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THE REGISTERS 



OF 



WADHAM COLLEGE, 

OXFORD. 

(PART II.) 
From 1719 to 1871. 



EDITED, WITH BIOGRAPHICAL NOTES, 

BY THE 

REV. ROBERT BARLOW GARDINER, M.A., F.S.A. 

FORMERLY SCHOLAR OF THE COLLEGE ; 
EDITOR OF THE ADMISSION REGISTERS OF ST. PAUL'S SCHOOL. 




LONDON : 

GEORGE BELL AND SONS, YORK STREET, 

COVENT GARDEN. 

MDCCCXCV. 



TO 




THE FOUNDERS, 

AND TO ALL OTHER BENEFACTORS 
OF 

CSJaltyam College, 

THE GRATITUDE OF ONE OF THE FOUNDATION. 



PKEFACB. 

IN the year 1884 I undertook to prepare for publication 
the records of men who had belonged to Wadham College ; 
and in 1889 I was able to produce the first Part of this work, 
containing the names of all men who had been attached to 
the College from its foundation in 1613 to 1719. To this I 
am now able to add in Part II. the records of Wadham men 
from 1719 to 1871. I would gladly have carried the work on 
to the Second University Commission (1881), or even to the 
present day, but it would have proved too large ; yet, perhaps, 
at some future time, I may be able to continue the publica- 
tion of the College Eegisters together with those appendices 
on the Buildings, the Endowments and Estates, Benefactors, 
Servants, Library, Plate, and Pictures, which, though contem- 
plated from the beginning of the work, I have been unable 
to include in the present volume. 

I have appended to this Part such additional information 
about the Members of the College from 1613 to 1719 as I 
have been able to discover in the last five years. The 
publication of Foster's Alumni, Oxonienses (1500 to 1714) 
has supplied the matriculations of numerous men who 
migrated to Wadham from elsewhere : and many facts have 
been gathered from the works of Jackson (Wadham), Boase 
(Exeter), Shadwell (Oriel), Fowler (Corpus), and the publi- 
cations of the Oxford Historical Society, especially Wood's 
Life and Times. 

I have tried to acknowledge carefully the sources of my 



vi PREFACE. 

information : and especially in the case of Mr Foster, wherever 
I have used such items, as he alone could supply, I have 
placed them in inverted commas, followed by the letter F. 

Besides the gratitude which is due to the Authorities of 
the College for placing all records at my disposal, I would 
express my thanks to the officers of the College of Arms, and 
to the Clergy who had so kindly searched their Eegisters for 
me ; and further, to the many living Members of the College 
who have supplied information about themselves and their 
relatives. 

EGBERT B. GARDINER. 

November 1, 1894. 



TABLE OF CONTENTS. 

PAOK 

Introduction .......... ix 

Fasti for Wadham College xiii 

Abbreviations and Notes xix 

The Wardenship of 

William Baker ... 1 

Robert Thistlethwayte 16 

Samuel Lisle 58 

George Wyndham 72 

James Gerard ... 151 

John Wills .... .... 170 

William Tournay 238 

Benjamin Parsons Symons . 346 

Additions to Part 1 571 

Additions and Corrections, Part II 598 

Index of Names 603 

List of Subscribers, Part 1., 1889 623 

List of Subscribers, Part II., 1894 625 



TNTEODUCTION. 



IN continuation of the Introduction to Part I. it is neces- 
sary to add that as to 

THE BUILDINGS, 

they remained during this period (as they still remain) almost 
unaltered from the clay of the Foundation. The Buildings 
now known as 10 and 11 in the Back Quadrangle were 
adapted for the use of Students in 1828. The arrangements 
of the College Garden underwent several changes, and finally 
the extent of the College Ground was largely increased by 
the generosity of Warden Wills, and the subsequent purchase 
of the Warden's Garden. 

THE STATUTES 

continued in force from the time of the Foundation till the 
University Commission of 1856-7, though they were on some 
points interpreted by the Visitor in accordance with modern 
wants. No members of the Foundation except the Warden 
and the Chaplains were required to be in orders ; a Fellowship 
was tenable for 18 years from Regency; Scholars were elected 
from among the members of the College, a theory which 
prevailed to such an extent that if an election was made from 
outside, the successful candidate was admitted Commoner, 
before he was admitted Scholar. The condition of celibacy 
attached to the Wardenship was abrogated by Act of Parlia- 
ment in 1806. Among the changes introduced by the Com- 
missioners was one enabling men to hold Fellowships for their 
life, and under certain conditions after marriage : the emolu- 
ments of one Fellowship were attached to the Professorship 
of Experimental Philosophy, but the Professor was not 
necessarily a Fellow, 



INTRODUCTION. 



COLLEGE OFFICES. 

The College officers continued to be elected annually on 
St Nicholas Day (6th of December) : but it was a matter of 
form, the resident Fellows dividing the work among them- 
selves, either as holding the offices or as deputies for non- 
resident Fellows. 

THE EXHIBITIONS. 

During this period, in addition to John Goodridge's four 
Exhibitions for Commoners, and three for Scholars, many 
Exhibitions were founded. Dr Hody's six Exhibitions 
for the study of Greek were generally held by Scholars : 
besides these there were four Hody Exhibitions for the study 
of Hebrew. There were also Pigott, Maddox, Gerard, Somer- 
scales, and Warner (for Botany) Exhibitions. The Pigott 
Exhibition was generally divided between the two clerks, who 
also held two of Goodridge's Exhibitions for Commoners. 
Warden Wills, in addition to many other benefactions, 
endowed a Divinity Lectureship and a Beading Pri/e, and left 
Exhibitions both for Scholars and Fellows in Law and 
Medicine. He also left two bequests for Superannuated 
Fellows. 

THE PiECORDS. 

In the introduction to Part I. I divided the History of the 
College, as far as its records were considered, into Six Periods : 
of these the first three and part of the fourth were there dis- 
posed of, bringing the history down to 1719. 

The present volume includes the remainder of the 
Fourth Period, 1719 to 1739 (Wardens Baker, and Thistle- 
thwaite); the Fifth Period, 1739 to 1806 (Wardens Lisle, 
Wyndham, Gerard, and Wills); and so much of the Sixth 
Period, 1806 to 1871, as is covered by the Wardenships of 
Tournay and Symons. 

I have already (in the Introduction to Part I) mentioned 
that in the scarcity of College Ptecords for the Fourth Period 
I am thrown back upon the University Matriculation Piegister, 
supplemented by the College Caution Books. 

The Register of Foundationers (A) is blank, except that in 



INTRODUCTION. 



1739 Warden Lisle, on resuming the entries, prefixed a list of 
Scholars elected since 1720. 

The Register of Fellow Commoners, Commoners, and Servi- 
tors () is fairly complete from 1719 to 17^7. 

The Caution Books are complete. 

The Convention Book (M) begins to be kept again, 6th 
December 1719, after a gap of thirty years. 

For the Fifth Period, while the Register of Foundationers 
(A) is complete, the Register of Commoners (B) ceases alto- 
gether, and I am obliged to take the University Matriculations 
as my text, supplemented by the Caution Books. For this 
period the Convention Book is complete. 

For the Sixth Period, while the above mentioned sources 
of information remain available, there is also a most admirable 
record of all persons who entered the College, commenced by 
Warden Tournay and continued by his successor; indeed, 
when Wardan Tournay began his record (apparently in 1810), 
he not only recorded all admissions, but also as far as he 
could discover it, the history of every man whose name was 
at that time on the College Books. 

This liegister, then, of Wardens Tournay and Symons 
forms the backbone of the work from 1806. It is supple- 
mented, firstly, with additional information on University 
matters which they had not registered, and secondly, with a 
note as to men's subsequent career, where such information 
could be obtained, about which the Wardens rarely made an 
entry. 

In conclusion, let me point out that our Founders anticipated 
what is now considered the wisest arrangement for a College : 
no Fellow was obliged to take orders and Fellowships were 
terminable. This worked in two ways: the succession to 
Fellowships was rapid, and the management of the College 
was generally in the hands of men under 40 years of age, 
with the exception of the Warden. On the other hand, non- 
residence became common, because the Fellows were anxious 
to secure a position before their Fellowships expired. During 
the last century most of the Fellows did take orders but the 
College had only five livings in its gift, which did not supply 
a sufficiently rapid succession. The College supplied but few 
University Officers and Professors; for its members were 
generally launched in the world before the age at which 
University dignities used to be attained but if its influence 



INTRODUCTION. 



on the University is not so distinct as that of some other 
Colleges, it can claim that it has twice, in its corporate capacity, 
imprinted its mark upon English thought, first through the 
remarkable group of men who, by no fortuitous concourse, 
gathered in its chambers as the nucleus of the Koyal Society, 
and secondly, by another group of teachers and scholars who 
went forth from its walls to be the first and most earnest 
exponents in England of the Philosophy of Comte : a system 
which, whether accepted or rejected, has profoundly, and in 
many cases unsuspectedly, modified the direction of English 
Philosophy. In thus closing the work of ten years I will only 
add that it has been to me a labour of love, and I am very 
thankful if by my toil I can show piety towards our Founders, 
to whose wisdom and liberality all Wadham men, and especially 
members of the Foundation, are infinitely indebted. 





FASTI 



170f. 14 March. George Hooper, Bishop of Bath and 

Wells. 

1714. 1 Aug. Accession of King George I. 
1719. 23 May. Admission of fatten tSafeet. 

6 Dec. Entries in the Convention Book resumed. 
1723. Dec. Resignation of S2Uar&en iSafeet (Bishop of 

Bangor). 

22 Dec. Election of barton 
1727. 11 June. Accession of King George II. 

19 Sept. John Wynne, Bishop of Bath and Wells. 
1732. 9 Dec. It was ordered "that all the trees in 'The 

Grove ' be cut down." 

1736. 28 Nov. Death of Edith, widow of Dr Hody (Bene- 
factor), whereby his benefaction accrued to 
the College. 

1738. June. Exhibitioners first appointed under Dr 

Body's Will. 
173-f. 20 March. Resignation of ftSJattott Cfjistletttoagt?. 

(Letter dated 17 Eeb. 173f.) 
22 March. Election of ftHatfcen EtSle. 

1739. 28 March. Entries in the Register of Foundationers 

resumed, 



FASTI FOR WADHAM COLLEGE. 



1739. 3 April. First Election to Sir Benjamin Maddox' 

Exhibition. 
1741. 15 July. First Election to the Pigott Exhibition. 

1743. September. Edward Willes, Bishop of Bath and 

Wells. 

1744. 9 May. Eesignation of TOattten EtSlC (Bishop of 

St Asaph). 

11 May. Election of 2Mattrnt S&tgnWjam. 

1745 6 Dec. Prince Charles Edward Stewart retreated 
from Derby. 

1746. 1 6 April. Battle of Culloden. 

7 May. Lord Wyndham's bequest to the College. 

1747. 30 June. Foundation Deed of the Somerscales Ex- 

hibition. 

1754. April. A severely contested election for Oxford- 
shire, which leads to the removal of a 
Scholar (Pester) from the Foundation. 

1760. 25 Oct. Accession of King George III. 

6 Dec. The Estate of Wambrook (bequeathed by 

Robert Smyth, D.M., in 1 746) comes into the 
possession of the College. 

1773. 8 July. The twelve garrets in the great Quadrangle, 

which had never been repaired since the 
foundation of the College, are ordered to 
be made habitable. 

1774. 23 April. Charles Moss, Bishop of Bath and Wells. 

1775. 20 April. Mr Warner's bequest of 4400 Books ; and 

foundation of the Warner Exhibition for 
Botany. 

1777. 3 May. Death of 

5 May. Election of <2iiattJm 

1779. From this time there were two Pigott Ex- 
hibitioners. 

1781. Christmas. Battlements blown down by a high 

wind. 

1782. 19 Nov. OTatfcm etartl resigns. 

21 Nov. Re-election of <*l&tartiCtt (Sfrat'tJ. 

1783. 11 Feb. Will of Samuel Bush, Vicar of Wadhurst, 

leaving his Books, Plate, and other property 
to the College. 
5 July. Eesignation of 

7 July. Election of 



FASTI FOR WADHAM COLLEGE. 



1783. 29 Oct. Admission of 

1789. From this time till 1836 there were generally two 

Somerscales Exhibitioners. 

1790. G March. Foundation of the Gerard Exhibition. 
1795. 9 April. Warden Wills, by Deed of Gift, bestows on 

the College the lease of Harness' Garden 
adjoining the Warden and the Fellows' Gar- 
dens on the north, in trust for the use of 
the Warden for ever. 
First mention of an Election to the Warner 

Exhibition. 

1802. 8 May. Richard Beadon, Bishop of Bath and 
Wells. 

1805. 1 Nov. The wall in front of the College was taken 

down and a palisade put up. 

1806. 16 June. Death of TOartlftt MttllS. 

19 June. Election of SSJartoftt Coumaj). 
6 Dec. The Office of Divinity Lecturer and Preacher, 

endowed by Warden Wills, was first filled 

up; and his other Exhibitions, Benefactions, 

and Prizes, distributed. 
1807 14 May. Arrangements for the employment of Warden 

Wills' bequest for the purchase of livings. 
1820. 20 Jan. Accession of King George IV. 
1824. 27 May. George Henry Law, Bishop of Bath and 

Wells. 
1828. The University Stereotype Foundry and the College 

Brew-house were converted into chambers 

(10 and 11). 
1 July. The Fee Farm Rent of six shillings per 

annum, which had been payable to the 

Crown since the foundation of the College, 

was purchased. 

1830. 26 June. Accession of King William IV. 

1831. 14 June. Resignation of ft&artm STournaj). 
16 June. Election of ftSJacfccn i>mons. 

1832. 26 Jan. Repair of the Chapel under the direction of 

Mr Blore. 

1835. 20 Nov. The fee-simple of the garden on the north of 
the College, of which the lease had been 
given by Warden Wills (see 1795), was 
purchased by the College. 



xvi FASTI FOR WADHAM COLLEGE. 

1836. 6 April. Two painted windows placed in the Chapel. 

(The Nativity and Pentecost.) 

1837. 20 June. Accession of Queen Victoria. 

1845. 6 Nov. Richard Bagot, Bishop of Bath and Wells. 

1850. 6 Dec. Trinity College purchases the rails, wall, and 

plantation opposite to the College. 

1851. 23 April. The questions of the University Com- 

missioners were " acknowledged." 

1854. Robert John Eden, Lord Auckland, Bishop 

of Bath and Wells. 

1855. 30 June. The Convention Book records the failure of 

Messrs Paul, Strahan, & Bates (Bankers), 
whereby the College loses over 2000. 
1857. 29 April. The College acquiesces in the scheme of the 

University Commissioners. 

The Maddox and Gerard Exhibitions and Good- 
ridge's three Exhibitions for Scholars were 
consolidated by the University Commis- 
sioners, and added to the Scholarships. 

1867. 17 June. First Election to an open Fellowship. 

1868. A new bell hung in the Chapel. 

1869. 21 Dec. Lord Arthur Charles Hervey, Bishop of 

Bath and Wells. 

1871. 18 Oct. Eesignation of 2Martim SjgtmmB, 
4 Nov. Election of raatfcen rtffrtfjs. 




(College, 

17191871. 



THE WARDENS, 

FELLOWS & SCHOLARS, CHAPLAINS & CLERKS, 
FELLOW COMMONERS & COMMONERS, 

"SERVIENTES" 
AND OTHEE MEMBEES OF THE SOCIETY. 



ABBREVIATIONS AND NOTES. 

To THE READER, 

IN a work of this kind it is unnecessary to explain the 
ordinary contractions of University records, but the following 
observations must be noted. 

The letters Wi., Jf., and >. must be read Warden or 
Wardenship, Fellow or Fellowship, Scholar or Scholarship. 

$. Jp. Probationer Fellow. 

jf. (ft. or . (ft. Fellow or Gentleman Commoner. 

C. Commoner. 

Jtt. Matriculated. 

s.p. sine prole ; s.p.m. sine prole mascula. 

v.p. vita patris. 

Caution Money (&.JE.), which varied in amount according 
to status, was either " restored " to its owner or " taken up 
for battels." Many men after graduating allowed it to be 
exhausted in College and University dues, when their names 
were removed from the College Books, either by their own 
action or by the stoppage of further payments. Some after- 
wards " replaced " their names and Caution Money. In the 
year 1855, it was arranged that on payment of a sum down, 
any M.A. might " compound for both College and University 
dues, whereby his name would remain on the Books for life." 

The Old Style continued in use in England till 1751 ; after 
that the year was reckoned to begin on 1st January instead of 
25th of March. 

As to authorities, Wood and Hearne are quoted passim ; 
County or College histories are referred to by the name of 
the author ; notes borrowed from Foster's Alumni are printed 
in inverted commas with the addition (F.) ; and O.H.S. refers 
to the publications of the Oxford Historical Society. 



Wabbam College. 



Marten Bafcer, 



1719. 

Samuel Danvers. jf.ilL 12 March, 17-if. JE. (D'Anvers) 
2-4 March, I7i^ (fil. Johannis D. deCulworth, Northampton : 
Baronetti, aet. 19). CJE. received 12 March, 17^-g, re- 
stored Michaelmas 1721. 

He was eldest son. His mother (Meriel Leicester) died at his 
birth. He died unmarried 5 Feb. 175f (Baker I. 603). His 
father died in 1744, and the dignity became extinct in his half- 
brother, Sir Michael, who died in 1776. 

John Hunt. JfM. 21 March, 17-H' (Somerset). JE. 24 

March, 17-^ (fil. Johannis H. de Compton Pauncefort, 
Somerset: arm. a?t. 17). (H.JE. received 21 March, 17fg, 
restored Christmas 1720. 

Subsequently of Sanford Orcas, died 1740 (Phelp.) Father of 
Dodinyton H. 1753. 



Robert Choppin. <. 29 Aug. 1719. |E. (Chopping) 23 
Oct. 1719 (fil. Johannis C. de Nevis Ins., gen. set. 18). 
&.JE. received 1 Sept. 1719, restored Christmas 1720. 

James Vernon. <. 15 Sept. 1719. JE. 23 Oct. 1719 (fil. 
Johannis V. de St. ^Egidii, Londin : arm. ;et. 17). dT.|tt. 
received 21 Sept. 1719, restored l;5 July, 1720. 

Possibly John V. B.A. (Worcester), 7 May, 1723. M.A., 21 
March, 1725. .f . Bursar 1728-1731. .f. void Dec. 173G. 

A 



2 WARDEN BAKER. [1719. 

Walter Dovey. <. 12 Jan. 17if. |E. 8 March, 1719 (fil. 
Johannis D. de Sancti Clem. Danes, Londin: gen. aet. 15). 
<.JE. received 12 Jan. 17-H, restored 2 April, 1724. 

"Barrister at Law, Inner Temple, 1727" (F). Brother of 
Richard D : 1723. 

Giles Thisthlethwayte. <. 29 Jan. 17-1-g- (Oxon). JE. 
(fil. ^Egidii T. de St. Magd. Oxon : gen. set. 21) the College 
is not entered, but he was evidently of Wadham. (H.JE. 
received 23 March, 17-51, restored ? 24 May, 1726. 
Goodridge Exhibitioner, 1720, 1721, 1722. 

He was evidently son of Giles T. of New College, and first 
cousin once removed of Alexander T., 1735, and his brothers. 

Uvedale Jones. 4L 15 Feb. 17-^f. 61. 19 Feb. 17* (fil. 
Thonue J. de Sancti ^Egidii, Londin : equitis. a:t. 17). 
CLJE. received 23 March, 17^, increased to 
16 Nov. 1720, restored Christmas 1720. 

? " Lincoln's Inn, 3 March 17^ " (F). 

Francis Smith. <. 9 March, 17#. JE. 21 March, 

(fil. Johannis S. de Fast Harptry, Somerset : gen. aet. 20). 
C.JE. received (Samuel S.), 18 March, 17-i$-, restored 
25 Oct. 1724. 11 A. 19 March, 1723. 

Samuel Watson. (. 15 March, 17#. |E. 16 March, 
17-J1 (fil. Johannis W. de Chesham, Buck : gen. yet. 15). 
.|tt. received 23 March, 17^, restored 25 March, 1729. 
Goodridge Exhibitioner, 1721. Elected . 1722; and 
took the Oaths, 23 Oct. 1722. B.A 11 Dec. 1723. 
M.A. 26 June, 1728. 

One of this name was Vicar of Great Missenden, Bucks, from 
7 Feb. 1746 to 1 Aug. 1747. 

Thomas Leir. OL 17 March, 17 H (Somerset). JE. 18 
March, 17^-g (fil. Thomas L. de Ditchet, Somerset: cler. 
a>t. 17). C.JTft. received 2:5 March, 17*1, restored 13 
July, 1726. r,.A. 31 Oct. 1723. M.A. 4 July 1726. 



1719.] WARDEN BAKER. 3 

Rector of Ditclieat, Somerset, 27 Oct. 1730. Eector of Charltou 
Musgrove, 1730, till his death in 1781. Buried at Ditclieat 
with this epitaph 

M.S. 

Rev di Thomoe Leir, M.A., 

Hujus Ecclesia3 necnon parochise de Charlton Musgrove, 

per quinquaginta annos Recto 3 . 

Placida morte senex requievit 

xxiii die Aug u 1781. 

^Etat s siue 79. 

Father of Thomas L., 1756; William L., 1757; and Paul 
Methuen L., 1772. 

Richard Watkins. <. 24 March, 17i#. JE. 4 April, 1720 
(fil. Carol! W. de Ano, i.c,., Aynhoe, Northampton : gen. 
set. 18). OT.JE. received 8 April, 1720, restored 21 Dec. 
1727. Elected . 1719. B.A. 11 Dec. 1723. M.A. 
5 July, 1726. Jf. 1727 to 1739. Elected Humanity 
Lecturer 1731, 1732, 1733, 1734, and Dean 1735, 1738, 
1737 ; Catechist 1738. 

Father of Charles, 1761 ; Richard, 1763 ; John, 1769 ; and 
Grandfather of Charles S. W., 1800. Rector of Clifton 
Campvill, Stafford, 1739, till his death 18 Nov. 1776 (Shaw). 



John Ansell. Serviens, 10 Oct. 1719. |tt. (Ancell) same 
day (fil. Ludovici A. de Hanslopp, i.e., Hanslape, Buck : 
pleb. net. 18). (JT.pt. received as Servitor Sept. 1719, 
restored Feb. 18, 1723. B.A. 13 June 1723. 

John Swinton. Serviens, 12 Oct. 1719. JE. 10 Oct. 1719 
(fil. Johannis S. de Bexton, Cestr: gen. net. 16). (.JE. 
received as Servitor Sept. 1719, taken up for Battels by 
Bursar Nash. Apparently Clerk, 1722. Elected . 
1723. B.A. 1 Dec. 1723. M.A. 1 Dec, 1726. B.I). 
(Ch. Ch.) 9 Nov. 1759. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1726, 
1727, and probably till 1729 (the lists are missing). 
$MF. 30 June 1729. Elected Sub-Dean 1727, 1728; 
Dean 1729; Moderator of Philosophy 1730; Catechist 
1731: Sub- Warden 1734; Humanity Lecturer 1735, 



4 WARDEN BAKER. [1719-20. 

1736, 1737. In July 1745 he migrated to Ch. Ch. as 
M.A. In 1767, he was elected Keeper of the Archives, 
which office he held till 1777. On the floor of the 
ante-chapel of Wadhain is a lozenge with this inscription 
J. Swinton, B.D., oliin hujus Coll : Soc : obiit April 
4, 1777. M.S. 1784. 

Brother of Thomas S. 1735. 

John Owen. Servians, 11 Nov. 1719. JE, same day (fil. 
Johannis 0. de Sancti Michaelis, Coventrize: gen. set. 18). 
(H.JE. received as Servitor Sept. 1719, restored Christinas 
1720. 

Samuel Dally. Serviens, 26 Feb. 17f >. JE. 29 Feb. 17fg- 
(fil. Edvardi D. de Swillets, Dorcestr: pleb. ret. 19). 
C.JE. received as Servitor 16 March, 17^{y, increased 6 
July 1726, restored 13 July, 1727. B.A." 21 Feb. 1723. 
M.A. 10 July 1727. 

172O. 

Richard Chandler. jfF.Ctf. 27 April, 1720. JE. same day 
(fil. Edvardi C. de Lichfield, Stafford : Episcopi. ret. 16). 

Gl.JE. received same day, restored 3 July, . 

" Barrister-at-law, Lincoln's Inn, 1726." (F.) 

Edward Hill. ,-ff.OT. 20 Oct. 1720 (Devon). JE. 22 Oct. 
1720 (fil. Richard! H. de Broad Hembury, #ic Devon : 
arm. ret. 19). (JT.pl. received 20 July, 1720, restored 
December 1721. 



Thomas Bedford. 4T. 31 March, 1720. JE. 2 April, 
1720 (fil. Thomae B. de Uffington, Bercher: gen. ret. 16). 
(H.JE. received 6 April, 1720, restored Christmas, 1723. 
Goodridge Exhibitioner 1721 and 1722, and possibly in 
1723 (the list is missing). B.A. 18 Nov. 1723. 

Edward Tart. 4T. 31 March, 1720. JE. 2 April, 1720 
(fil. Edvardi T. de Birmingham, Warwic: gen. ret. 16). 
(JT.JE. received 20 April, 1720, restored 2 May 1732. 
Goodridge Exhibitioner 1724; B.A. 18 Nov. 1723. 

Out; of this name was D.D. Vicar of St Mary's, and Master 
of Leicester's Hospital, Warwick, died 15 June, 1750. 



WARDEN BAKER. 



Theophilus Lessey. <. 6 April, 1720. |E. 9 April, 1720 
(fil. Gulielmi L. de Stocklinch, Somerset: pleb. set. 18). 
CJK. received 8 April, 1720, restored 15 May, 1727. 
Goodridge Exhibitioner 1721, 1722; B.A. 11 Nov. 1723. 

Stephen Blizard. <. 1 June, 1720. Jfc. 2 June, 1720 
(fil. Jeremite B. de Antegoa, St John : gen. at. 16). (.|tt. 
received 7 June, 1720, restored Christmas, 1720. 

Edward Stone. <. 28 June, 1720. JE. 29 June, 1720 
(fil. Edvardi S. de Risborough Principis, Buck : gen. at. 
18). (JT.jE. received 1 July, 1720, restored 1 July, by 
Bursar Thomas. Elected *. 1724, of Buckingham- 
shire; B.A. 4 Nov. 1724; M.A. 3 June, 1727; elected 
,-fF. 1730 ; elected Humanity Lecturer 1730 ; Librarian 
1731, 1735, 1737; Bursar 1732, 1733, 1738, 1740 (in 
which year, he was appointed Senior Bursar at 
Wyndham's request; Convention Book}\ Dean 1734: 
Sub-Warden 1739. On the 30th June, 1741, he was 
presented to the Vicarage of Southrop, but he resigned 
it on 6th Deer. 1741. 

Rector of Horsenden 10 March 1737, and of Drayton, Oxon, 
died 1768, aged 66. (LipscomL). Father of Edward S. 1758, 
and first-cousin once removed of Richard Meade 1801. 

John Huxley. <. 14 July, 1720. JE. 7 Nov. 1720 (fil. 
Johannis H. de Astley Abbotts, Salop : gen. at. 18). 
(JLJE. received 20 July, 1720, restored 28 Dec. by 
Bursar Hunt. 

Francis Huxley. <. 14 July, 1720. (C.JE. received 20 
July, 1720, restored by Bursar Nash. 

William Hart. OT. 11 Oct. 1720 (Stafford). JE. 12 Oct. 
1720 (fil. Guliehni H. de Overly, ? Wolverly, Vigorn : 
gen. at, 19). .!&. received 28 "July, 1720, restored 7 
June, 1725 ; B.A. 26 Feb. 1724. 

John Chute. (. 13 Oct. 1720 (Hants). |tt. 22 Oct. 
1720 (fil. Johannis C. de Sherburn, St John, Hampton : 
arm. at. 17). .|tt. received 1 Nov. 1720. 



6 WARDEN BAKER. [1720. 

John Coxeter. C.JE. received as (0*. 9 May, 1720, restored 
24 July, 1723. JE. (Coxter), Christ Church, as (. 
11 April, 1717, son of Thomas of Philip's Norton, 
Somerset, Cler. ;et. 17. 

Thomas Rogers. dT.JE. received as OL 28 July 1720, 
restored 2 July, 1721. 

Possibly identical with T. II. 1713 (see Part 1, page 452). 

Charles Taylor. (JLjE. received as (IT. 10 Nov. 1720, 
restored Midsummer 1721. 

Probably Charles T. who matriculated 1715 (see Part 1, page 
458). 

Thomas Knatchbull. JE. 23 Nov. 1720 (til. Edvardi X. 
de Mersham, Cant : Baronetti yet. 17). (Jl.JE. received 
15 Nov. 1720, restored 6 Feb. 17-g|-. Elected . 1722 ; 
he took the Oaths oil 23 Oct. B.A. 25 June, 1 724 M.A. 
13 May, 1727. Elected ^.jf. 1726. Elected Sub-lJean 
1725 ; Moderator of Philosophy 1727 ; hut he died hefore 
3 May, 1728, when Watkins was elected in his place. 

He made a claim as Founder's Kin, being son of Sir Edward K., 
by Alice, daughter of John Wyndham of N orrington, son of Sir 
Wadham Wyndham, son of Sir John Wyndham, son of the 
Sister of the Founder (see Part L, p. 79). 

John Lane. JE. 15 Feb. 17 H (til. Johannis L. de Banbury, 
Oxon: pleb. ;vt. 18). (.JE. received as Servitor in the 
first half of 1720. Clerk, Christmas 1721 (he was still 
Clerk in 1723). B.A. 9 Oct. 1724 

Thomas Lockey Scley. JE. 17 Eel). 17r;? (til. .Johannis 
S. de Kidderminster, Yigorn : arm. K't. 17). (JT.JE. received 
as (tf. in the first half of 1720, restored 3 April, 1730. 
B.C.L 20 Feb. 1728. 

Evidently son of John S. of Samborn, by Elixabeth, daughter 

and sole heir of John Lockey of London, Merchant (Nash. II. 

272). 

Hector of Xorthfield, with Col'ton. Worcester, 21 Aug. 17-12, to 

his death in 1779. 



1720.] WARDEN BAKER. 7 

His Monument is attached to the North Wall of the Chancel 
of the Church of S. Laurence, Northfield, where there is the 
following inscription, beneath a shield with Arms (Vert, a 
chevron per pale or & gules between three soles naiant 
argent) : 

In a Vault under these seats, belonging to 
His much beloved friend Thomas Lloyd, Esq., 

is deposited the Body of 
THOMAS LOCKEY SOLEY, L.B., 
Rector of this Parish 36 years and 7 months. 
He was the youngest son of John Soley 

of Sambourn, in this County, Esq. 
He departed this life the 27th of February 1779, 

Aged 75 years and 6 months. 
OPTIME HOMINUM! VALE! 

Andrew Baldwin. |E. 17 Feb. 17f (fil. Gulielmi B. de 
Ditton Salop: gen. aet. 17). (.|H. received as (#. in the 
first half of 1720, restored Lady Day 1722, replaced 2 
March, 17||, and taken up for Battels 1725 (Baldwyn). 
B.A. 4 Nov. 1724. 

Richard Brodrick (? Goodrick). JE. 23 Feb. 17f (fil. 
Richard! B. de St. Bride's, Londin : arm. a?t. 17). (JT.Jtt. 
received as (. (Goodrick) in the first half of 1720, re- 
stored in March, 1722, and 2 Dec. 172:3. 

Richard Budden. |tt. 17 March, 17*-?- (fil. Georgii B. de 
Dameriiam, Wilton : gen. a?t. 17). (JT.|E. received as (JT. 
in the first half of 1720, restored 25 Oct. 1727. B.C.L. 
24 Oct. 1727. 

Richard Browning. |&. 21 March, 17|-?- (fil. Johannis B. 
de Cowley, i.e., Coaley, Gloucestr: arm. tet. 18). (.Jtt. 
received as ^.(JT., -sic., in the first half of 1720. 

He probably died v.p., as Elizabeth B., who married John 
Baker Dowell of Almondsbury, is described as sole daughter 
and heir of John B ; his tomb is not among those of the 
Brownings buried at Coalev. 



WARDEN BAKER. [1721. 



1721. 

From this point the College Register of Admissions 
is blank till 1723. 

Francis Partridge. JE. 1 April, 1721 (fil. Christopher! P. 
de Hazelbury, Somerset : pleb. set. 19). (!LJE. received as 
(ft., restored 20 May, 1727, when, though his name 
appears as William, he signs Francis. Goodridge Exhibi- 
tioner 1724. B.A. 13 Oct. 1724 

Brother of Christopher P., 1734. 

Alexander Crooke. JE. 17 May, 1721 (fil. Alexandri C. 
de Hartwell, Buck : cler. set. 17). (H.JE. received as 
OL in the first half of 1720, restored 25 Feb. 1726. 
B.A. (Croke) 19 Feb. 1724. 

He was son of Alexander C. (1675), born 24 Feb. 1704 ; 
married, 12 July, 1726, to Elizabeth, daughter and heiress of 
Richard Barker of Great Horwood, Bucks ; J.P. for Bucks ; 
died 15 June, 1757, and was buried at Chilton. 

Edward Nevill. JE. 5 Sept. 1721 (fil. Georgii K de 
Sheffield in par. Fletching in Com : Sussex : Baronis, set. 
15). OT.JE. received as df.OT., restored 16 Oct. 1722. 

He succeeded his elder brother in the title of Lord Aber- 
gavenny 15 Nov. 1723, and died without issue 9 Oct. 1724, in 
the 19th year of his age. 

John Seddon. JE. 13 Dec. 1721 (fil. Georgii S. de Bolton, 
Lancastr : pleb. ;ct. 20). (JLJE. received as Servitor. 

William Saunders. JE. 24 Jan. 17f^ (fil. Thonue S. de 
St. .^Egidii in Campis Londin : gen. tet. 17). (JLJE. re- 
ceived as (ft., restored 25 July, 1731. Elected *. (Mid- 
dlesex) 1722. He took the Oaths on 23 Oct. Goodridge 
Exhibitioner 1724, 1725, 1726, 1727. B.A. 26 Jan. 
1726. M.A. 9 June, 1730. B.M. 5 Feb. 1733. D.M. 
12 Dec. 1735. Elected ,-ff. 1732. Elected Moderator 
Tertice Classic (but ? Philosophic), 1732 Dean 1733; 



1721.] WARDEN BAKER. 9 

Bursar 1734, 1739, 1744 (vice Wyndham), 1749; 
Librarian 1740 and 1742 ; Moderator of Philosophy 
1738; Sub- Warden 1748. His jf. expired 30 June, 
1750. Dr Saunders left a legacy of 20 to the Scholars' 
Library. 

Robert Warner. JE. 13 Feb. 175* (fil. Johannis W. de 
Sti. dementis, Middlesex : gen. set. 16). (!LJE. received 
as JfM., restored 13 Dec. 1726. 

Lincoln's Inn, 1729. 

Henry Limbrey. |tt. 13 Feb. 17.H (fil. Johannis L. de 
Yeatly, Hampton : arm. tet. 18). C.JE. received as JfM., 
restored 9 July, 1723. 

H. L. apparently died v.p. 

John Iiimbrey. |E. 13 Feb. 17|i (as above, set. 17). 
(!I.JE. received as (ft., restored 2 Dec. 1723. 

J. L. of Tangier Park, Hants, is called (in Berry) eldest son, 
died s.p. 9 Dec. 1801, aged 98. 

Osmond Johnson. JE. 13 Feb. 17 U (fil. Gulielmi J. de 
Ours. ? Over Dorcestr: gen. tet. 16). C.JE. received as 
(#., restored Christmas 1723. Goodridge Exhibitioner 
1722. 

George Wyndham. |E. 15 Feb. 17H (fil. Georgii W. de 
Sarisburia, Wilton : arm. yet. 17). (.|ft. received as (ft., 
restored 5 March, 1727. Elected $>. 1722 ; he took the 
Oaths 23 Oct. 13. A. 18 Nov. 1725. M.A. 5 July, 1728. 
B.D. 1 Dec. 1744. D.D. 22 Feb. 1745. Elected ty.tf. 
1727, JF. 1728. Elected Moderator of Philosophy 1728, 
1729; Librarian 1730, 1732, 1734; Dean 1731; Bursar 
1733, 1735, and every year till 1743. Elected 2i2tafcm 
11 May, 1744; he took the Oaths on 23 June. He 
continued Warden till his death, 2 May, 1777. 

He seems to be son of George, a younger son of Sir "VVadham 
W. (1626) ; and therefore was nephew of John (1663), Hugh 
(1674), and Thomas (1680). 



10 WARDEN BAKER. [1722. 



1722. 

John Fifield. JE. 23 April, 1722 (fil. Johannis F. de North- 
leech, Gloucestr : pleb. set. 19). C.JE. received as Servitor, 
restored Christmas 1727. 

John Floyer. JE. 5 May, 1722 (fil. Johannis F. de White- 
house Landilo, Monmouth: arm. ret. 17). (!LJE. received 
as (jr., restored 19 Dec. 1727. Elected a. 1723. B.A. 
15 Feb. 1725. 

He died 24 Nov. 1727, aged 23. Uncle of John F. 1753. 

Thomas Brown. JE. 9 May, 1722 (fil. Thorn* B. de 
Hellingley, Sussex : gen. jet. 24). (JT.JE. received as (!T., 
restored 9 March, 17-ff. B.A. 15 Feb. 1725. 

William Walter. JE. 9 May, 1722 (fil. Gulielmi W. de 
Monunietli in Com. Monm: pleb. set. 20). (!LJE. 
received as Servitor, restored 28 Feb. 1722. 

James Benson. JE. 2 July, 1722 (fil. Johannis B. de Sti 
Swythin, Londin : gen. jet. 16). (JT.JE. received as <., 
restored ? Christmas 1727. B.A. 22 April, 1726. M.A. 
(? John B. of Magd. Hall), 13 Feb. (? 14 Jan.) 1729. 

Samuel Bush. JE. 15 Oct. 1722 (fil. Johannis B. de Lang- 
port, Somerset: gen. jet. 18). (.JE. received as (ft. in the 
latter half of 1722, restored by Bursar Speke. Elected 
,. 1724. B.A. 23 June, 1726. M.A. 16 May, 1729. 
Elected $.,#. 30 June, 1731. Jf. 30 June, 1732. 
Elected Sub - Dean 1729, 1731; Dean 1732, 1739; 
Moderator of Philosophy 1733; Bursar 1734 and 1738 
(vice Thomas) 1741, 1742 ; Catechist 1735 ; Librarian 
1736; Sub - Warden 1738, 1740. Presented to the 
Vicarage of Southrop 6 Dec. 1741, to which his successor 
was appointed 1745, and to the Vicarage of Wadhurst 
30 June, 1 743. 

He died fit Wadhurst 22, and was Imried 2!) Jan. 1783. By 
liis Will he made the Warden and Fellows of Wudham College 



1722.] WARDEN BAKER. 11 

his Executors, and suggests that the troubles which pursued 
him when Vicar, were due to his attachment to the Hanoverian 
Succession. He bequeathed to the College his books and book- 
case with a request that his coat of arms and name be put into 
the said books. He also left plate to the College, and bestowed 
upon the Vicarage of Wadhurst, its house and garden, from the 
want of which he had himself suffered. 

He is buried in Wadhurst Church, where there is a Monu- 
ment with this inscription beneath his arms 

(On a fess gules between 3 boars heads couped, a rose between 

2 eagles displayed with the motto " esse quam videri "). 

Quicquid mortale fuit Reverendi 

viri SAMUELIS BUSH, A.M., 

hujuscae (sic) ecclesipe annos xxxix 

Vicarii hie jacet in conditorio 

laetam expectans Resurrectionem 

extremum diem obiit vicesimo 

secundo Januarii die, anno Salutis 

MDCCLXXXIII. 
Heu ! Quantulo Temporis Spatio 
Terminatur vita humana 
Ad extremam Senectutem producta. 
Exigua pars est vita quam nos vivimus 
Omnia qua; ventura sunt 
In incerto Tacent ; protinus Vive, 
Vive Lector, Eternitatis memor. 
Hoc monet Mortuus. 

8. BUSH. 

A long MS. containing an account of his quarrels with his 
parishioners is preserved at Wadhurst, and a copy is in the 
possession of the Editor. He states that the first part of his 
complaint had been published in some newspaper, but no trace 
of it has yet been foimd. The second part (the MS. referred to), 
was declined by the publisher of the newspaper. 

Thomas Morse. |tt. 26 Oct. 1722 (fil. Leonard! M. de 
North Leech, Gkmcestr: pleb. jet. 18). (JI.JE. received 
as Servitor in the latter half of 1722, restored 28 Nov. 
1 728. 

Thomas Morse of Xorthleech died 17 March, 178"), aged 83 

(Bigland). 



1-2 WARDEN BAKER. [1722-23. 

Edward Walmesley. JE. 30 Oct. 1722 (fil. Roger! W. de 
Bolton, Lancastr: gen. set. 17). (JT.JE. received as (. in 
the latter half of 1722, restored 4 May, 1728. Elected 
. 1724 B.A. 11 June, 1726. 

Probably E. W., Eector of Falmouth, who died 21 Dec. 1794, 
aged 94, having been Kector for sixty years. 

Francis Shuttleworth. JE. 6 March, 17-f-f (fil. Johannis 
S. de Lillington, Uorcestr : cler. ret. 17). C.JE. received 
as (L same day, restored 11 Aug. 1727. Goodridge 
Exhibitioner 1724 



1723. 

John Pigott. ,-fF.OT. 16 March, 17ff JE. 24 March, 17f 
(fil. Eoberti P. de Chetwin, i.e., Chetwynd, Salop : arm. 
ait. 19). (H.JE. received 17 March, 17|f, restored 15 
Nov. 1728 ; received again as <&M. in the first half of 
1729, restored 1731. Created M.A. (Pigot) 15 April, 
1730. 

Richard Penny. Serviens, 3 March, 17-f-f . JE. 4 March, 
17|.3_ (fil. Richard! P. de Cleoljury, Salop : pleb. a_ j t. 17). 
C.|E. received as Servitor 27 March, 1724, restored 5 
April, 1731. B.A. 27 Feb. 1727. M.A. 28 June, 1733. 

William Weston. Serviens, 3 March, 17*|. IE. 10 July, 

~ *J ' 

1724 (fil. FrancisciW. de Sti Trin., Guildford, Surr: gen. 
mt. 17). (H.JE. received as Servitor 15 July, 1724, re- 
stored 24 July, 1731. B.A. 3 June, 1728. M.A. 9 July, 
1731. 

Vicar of Campden, Gloc. Rector of Mep*hall, Beds. Preb. of 
Lincoln 25 May, 1771. Died 22 April, 1791, aged 84. 

In the Register at Meppershall is the following Memorandum, 
"William Weston, B.D., Rector of this parish, died at Camb- 
den, in Glocestershire, on Good Friday, being 22 April 1791, 
and was succeeded by Rev. James Webster, B.D." 



Robert Stillingfleet. JE. 3 April, 1723 (fil. Jucobi S. de 



1723.] WARDEN BAKER. 13 

Hartlebury, Vigorn : cler. set. 17). <.JE. received as (fl". 
20 Feb. 171 1, restored 19 Jan. I7f f. Elected > 172:3. 
B.A. 13 Oct. 1726. M.A. 1 July, 1729. B.D. and D.D. 
6 May, 1748. His . was vacant 30 June, 1733. 

Chaplain to Bisliops Talbot and Chandler of Durham. Rector 
of Gateshead 1731 ; of Ryton 1732. Master of Sherborne 
Hospital 1738. Preb. of the 5th Stall at Durham 1745. He 
died unmarried at Clifton 3 Aug. 1759, and was buried at 
Long Aston, Somerset, with this inscription " Under this 
stone lieth the body of the Reverend Robert Stillingfleet, D.D., 
Prebendary of Durham, and Master of Sherborne Hospital, 
near Durham, who departed this life 3 Aug. 1759, aged 53, 
with a full hope of immortality through the revelation of Jesus 
Christ. He was the 3rd son of the Rev. James Stillingfleet, 
D.D., and grandson of the Rev. Edward Stillingfleet, D.D., 
Bishop of Worcester. In his lifetime he was beloved and re- 
spected, and on his death, sincerely lamented by all his rela- 
tions, friends, and neighbours." 

John Dyke. JE. 4 April, 1723 (fil. Thomas D. de Bishop's 
Lydiard, Somerset : gen. set. 18). (JT.JE. received as (#. 
5 March, 17ff, restored 12 March, 17f f. 

Emanuel Dewdney. JE. 4 April, 1723 (fil. Emanuelis D. 
de Somerton, Somerset : pleb. set. 18). C.JE. received as 
Servitor 5 March, 17-S-J, restored 20 Nov. 1728. B.A. 
14 Feb. 1726. 

Thomas Freke. JE. 6 April, 1723 (fil. Francisci F. de 
Lodswell, Devon : cler. set. 18). C.JE. received as Servitor 
4 April, 1723, restored 4 May, 1728. B.A. 13 Oct. 
1726. 

Probably brother of John F. 1717. 

John Mills. JE. 20 May, 1723 (fil. Johannis M. de Crew- 
kern, Somerset: pleb. set. 18). (JT.JE. received as Servitor 
11 May, 1723, restored Midsummer 1726. 

William Sainsbury. JE. 29 June, 1723 (fil. Samuelis S. 
de Lavington Forum, i.e., Market Lavington, Wilton : gen. 
ret. 17). Or.pl. received as <. 15 July, 1723, restored 16 



14 WARDEN BAKER. [1723. 

March, 1727. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1724, 1725. B.A. 
3 June, 1727. Migrated to Oriel as (H. March, 17f|. 
B.C.L. 6 July, 1730. 

John Woodford. JE. 12 July, 1723 (fil. Heighes W. de 
Epsome, Surr : cler. a?t. 17). dLJE. received as (. 15 
July, 1723, restored Christmas 1724. 

Rector of North Curry, Somerset. 

Son of Heighes W. 1683 ; and brother of Samuel W. 1714. 

Barnabas Everleigh Leigh. JE. ? 31 Aug. 1723 (fil. 

Johannis L. de . . . . Hampton : arm. net. ). C.JE. 

received as JF.(!L (Leighes) 7 Sept., restored Dec. 
1726. 

George Edwards. JE. 23 Oct. 1723 (fil. Nevill E. de 
Browsley, i.e., Broseley, Salop: pleb. set. 17). (JI.JE. 
received as Servitor same day, restored March, 1729. 
B.A. 30 June, 1727. 

Richard Page. |E. 26 Oct. 1723, (fil. Henrici P. de 
Woolten, Hampton : pleb. xt. 19). 6T.JE. received as 
Servitor 26 Oct. 1723, restored 2 Dec. 1726 (when the 
receipt is signed William P.). 

Samuel Harrison. |E. 4 Xov. 1723 (fil. Gulielmi H. de 
Lime, i.e., Lymme, Cestr : pleb. u-t. 19). (JI.JE. received 
as Servitor 2 Nov. 1723, restored 18 July, 1727. B.A. 
3 July, 1727. 

Richard Dovey. |E. 9 Dec. 1723 (fil. Johannis D. de Sti 
Clement. Danes, Londin : gen. jet. 15). (JT.|E. received as 
<. 5 Dec. 1723, restored by Bursar Speke. Elected 
&. 1725. B.A. 3 June, 1727. M.A. 20 April, 1730. 
His Jj. was vacant 30 June, 1733. 

In 1773, the College received from him a benefaction of 300, 
out of wliicli fund arrangements were made for separating the 
Garrets from the Upper Chambers, that they might, if thought 
fit, be assigned free to Scholars. Brother of Walter D. 17ig. 



1723.] WARDEN BAKER. 15 

William Cattle. (&.JE. received as Servitor 23 March, 
17ff, restored 3 April, 1723. JE. (Ch. Ch.) as Servitor, 
son of William C. of " Warm," Somerset, 4 April, 1723, 
aged 19. 

Samuel Peploe. C.JE. received as OL 27 March, 1723, 
restored 11 May, 1727. JE. (Jesus) 19 Feb. 17|# (fil. 
Samuelis P. de Penrich, Stafford : cler. set. 18). B.C.L. 
29 Oct. 1726. D.C.L. 2 July, 1763. 

Eldest son of Rev. Samuel P., Warden of Manchester (after- 
wards Bishop of Chester). Warden of Manchester. Prebendary 
of Chester 4 July, 1727. Chancellor of Chester. Archdeacon 
of Richmond 4 June, 1728. Died 22 Oct. 1781, aged 82. 
There is a Monument to him in Chester Cathedral. 

Sacred 

To the Memory of Samuel Peploe, LL.D., 
Chancellor of the Diocese of Chester, and 
Warden of the Collegiate Church in 
Manchester. He died Oct. 22, 1781, 
aged 82 years. 

Ormerod I. 291. 

William Wight. (JT.JE. received as OL 11 May, 1723, re- 
stored 12 March, 17-s-g-, replaced 4 July, 1726, and again 
restored 14 July, 1726. JE. (Pembroke) 11 May, 1716 
(fil. Gulielmi W. de Arley, Warwic: cler. ret. 16). B.A. 
(Pembroke) 31 Oct. 1722. M.A. (Wadham) 5 July, 
1726. 




Warfcen Gbistbletbwa^t. 

1724. 

Hugh Walford. OL 25 March, 1724. JU. 28 March, 1724 
(fil. Samuelis W. de Birmingham, Warwic: gen. a?t. 16). 
(H.JE. received 25 March, 17.3f, restored 13 July, 1730. 
Goodridge Exhibitioner 1725," 1726. B.A. 17 Oct. 1727. 
M.A. 9 June, 1730. 

John Audley. OL 25 March, 1724. JE. 28 March, 1724 
(fil. Johannis A. de Birmingham, Warwic: gen. at. 17). 
C.JE. received 25 March, 17f, restored 11 Oct. 1726. 
Elected Demy of Magdalen 1726. B.A. 15 Dec. 1727. 
M.A. 4 June, 1730. B.D. 22 May, 1739. D.D. 18 
Jan. 1742. ,-fF. 1736 to 1782. Prelector of Natural 
Philosophy 1738 ; Dean of Divinity 1745 ; Vice-President 
1747 ; Prelector of Theology 1747 ; Bursar 1749, 1758, 
1767, 1774, 1781. 

Presented to the Rectory of Brandeston, Norfolk, 24 Dec. 1744 ; 
to the Rectory Boy ton, with Roydon, Wilts 1763. Died 2 
April 1782 ; he left 100 to Magd : College. His arms (Gules, a 
fret or), were placed over the fire place in the Hall. 

Bloxam vi. 209. 

Bond Spindler. 4T. 27 March, 1724. |E. 28 March, 1724 
(til. Koberti S. de Sti Martini, Civ: Oxon : gen. ;et. 17). 
OLJE. received 27 March, 1714, restored 28 March, 1738. 
Goodridge Exhibitioner 1726, 1727. B.A. 15 Dec. 1727. 
M.A. 7 July, 1731. He took part in the Election of 
Proctor on 6 March, 17-ff. 

Rector of St Martin's, Oxford, 1773 till 1783, when he died on 

27 Oct. 

Richard Brooke, (ft. 3 July, 1724. pi. same day (til. 



1724.] WARDEN THISTHLETHWAYT. 17 

Leigh B. de Bobington, Stafford: gen. at. 19). (.&. 
received same day, taken up for Battels Midsummer 
1728. 

Vicar of Sliifnal, Salop 1729 to 1752, where he is buried with 
this inscription 

Juxta coiiduntur reliquia; 

Ricardi Brooke hujus ecclesiiu 

nuper vicarii necnon Maria; 

Uxoris ejus amantissimse 
ilia obiit 16 Martii, A.D., 1733, 

a-t, 28. 

ille 18 Maii, A.D., 1752, 
sat. 49. 

Father of James B. 17|. 

James Kettleby. (tf. 3 Oct. 1724. Jtt. (Kettilby) 21 Oct. 
1724 (til. Jacob! K. de Sti dementis, Vigorn : pleb. 
ret. 18). CT.JE. received 22 Oct. 1724, restored 21 Dec. 
1727. 

Richard Naish. <. 20 Oct. 1724. JE. 21 Oct. 1724 (til. 
Jacob! X. de Newark-upon-Trent, Nottingham : cler. set. 
17). (tt.|E. received 20 Oct. 1724, taken up for Battels 
1728: elected *. 1726 (Notts.); B.A. 1 July, 1728: 
M.A. 9 July, 17:51 ; elected $.jf. 80 June, 1738. 

Rector of Batcombe-cum-Upton Xoble, Somerset, 16 Sept. 1742 : 
his signatures cease Oct. 1754. 

James Meredith. OT. 27 Nov. 1724. |fc. 14 Dec. 1724 
(til. Jacob! M. de Colston, Wilton : cler. tut. 16). CJUl. 
received 27 Xov. 1724, restored 5 July, 1735; elected 
5), 1725; Goodridge Exhibitioner 1733; B.A. 5 July, 
1728; M.A. 25 June, 1731; elected Jf. 1734; elected 
Sub-Dean 1734; Moderator of Philosophy 1735; Dean 
1738 ; Catechist 1739 annually to 1743 ; for the first 
four years, Mr Costard acted as his Deputy, in the last, 
Mr Gresley. He became Hector of St Martin's (Carfax), 
16 Oct. 1735, and on 12 July, 1736, it is entered in the 
Convention Book "That this Rectory being discharged 

B 



18 WARDEN THISTHLETHWAYT. [1724-25. 

before the foundation of the College, though it still stands 
upon record as 8, Is. 5d. is, notwithstanding, consistent 
with a Fellowship." The Visitor was consulted on the sub- 
ject, and on 1st Sept. 1736, "the letter of the Bishop of 
Bath and Wells " was ordered to be enrolled ; apparently, 
he confirmed the above decision. On Dec. 6, 1743, he was 
presented by the College to the Vicarage of Southrop, 
vice Bush: but 011 17 Apr. 1745, it is recorded that he 
gave up the living without institution. 

Apparently he remained Rector of Carfax till 1773, when lie 
was succeeded by his fellow-collegian, Bond Spindler (see back). 
Rev. James Meredith of St John Street died 2 May, 1777 ((*. 
Mag.) 

James Minifie. (ft. 13 March, 17-2-i. JE. 15 March, 17^4 
(fil. Jacobi M. de Staplegrove, Somerset : gen. at. 18). 
CJE. received 13 March, 17^, restored 24 July, 1731. 
B.A. 12 Oct. 1728; M.A. 12 July, 1731. 

Father of James M. 1754, and Burnet M. 1755. Incumbent 
and patron of Staplegrove. 

1725. 

Pierce A'Court. ,-jF.OT. 17 July, 1725. JE. same day 
(fil. Pierce A'C. de Hatchbury, Wilton : arm. get. 18). 
.|E. received in the latter half of 1720 ; taken up for 
Battels 9 Dec. 1728. 

Elected M.P. for Heytesbury 1754 and 1761, assumed the 
name of A'Court Ashe from his mother, died s.p. 1763 (Hoare 
Wilts : I. 2. 120), but apparently this is a misprint for 1768. 

William Fowler. ,-ff.O?. 5 Feb. mf JE. 15 Feb. 17.^ 
(fil. Eichardi F. de Sti ^Egidii, Shrewsbury, Salop : Baron- 
etti, get. 18). (JT.JE. received as <05.(!T. in the last half of 
1725, taken up for Battels 20 Xov. 1728. 

He succeeded to the Baronetcy (of Harnage Grange, Salop) 
about 1737, as third Baronet. The dignity became extinct in 
his brother, Sir Hans F., who died in 1771. Brother of 
Richard Sloane F. 1727. 



1725.] WARDEN THISTH LETHWAYT. 19 

Rowland Hughes, (ft. 27 March, 1725. JE. 22 April, 
1725 (til. Lanibrock H. de Brecknock, Brecon: gen. set. 
16.) &.JE. received 27 March, 1725, taken up for 
Battels 21 Dec. 1727. Elected . 1725. His g>. was 
vacant 30 June, 1729. 

Timothy Allen. <. 3 June, 1725. JE. 28 May, 1725 (til. 
Thoime A. de . . . . , Northampton : cler. tet. 14). 
(JLJE. received 3 June, 1725, restored 5 June, 1730, when 
it is received by Thomas Allen as executor. Goodridge 
Exhibitioner 1728 ; B.A. 6 March, 1729. 

James Volant Vashon. 01*. 17 June, 1725. JE. 18 June, 
1725 (til. Jacobi V. de Ludlow, Salop : gen. set. 17). CjE. 
received 3 June, 1725, taken up for Battels, Michaelmas 
1730. B.A. 6 Feb. 1729. 

John Davis Molineaux. (. 27 Sept. 1725. JE. (Molineux) 
11 Oct. 1725 (til. Johannis M. de Norward, Montserrat, 
gen. set. 18). (2T.JE. received in the last half of 1725, 
restored 20 Nov. 1728. 

Henry Lushington. (tf. 16 Dec. 1725. JE. same day 
(til. Stephani L. de Sittingbourn, Cant: arm. yet. 16). 
C.JE. received in the last half of 1725, taken up for 
Battels 10 Oct. 1741. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1726, 
1727; elected . 1728; B.A. 6 June, 1729; M.A. 20 
April, 1732; B.D. and D.D. 9 Nov. 1765. In 1741, he 
was paid arrears of jj. from Christmas 1732 to Mid- 
summer 1734. 

Vicar of Eastbourne, Sussex, 1735 to 1779. He was the father 
of Sir Stephen L. first Baronet of South Hill Park, Berks, 
and was buried in the Parish Church (St Mary's), Eastbourne, 
with this inscription : 

Underneath lie the bodies of 

HENRY L U S H I X G T N, I). 1). 

(Vicar of this Parish, &c. &c.), 

and 

of MARY his Wife ; 
Bv whom he was father of 



20 WARDEN THISTHLETHWAYT. [1725. 

Henry L\ishington of Bengal, 

and of 

seven other deservedly beloved children. 
He died the 13th day of January 1779 ; of his age 

the 69th. 

(Having been Vicar 44 years). 

She, the 24th day of July 1775 ; of her age 

the 66th. 

Thomas Court. <. 28 Feb. I7|f. JE. 9 March, 17$! 
(fil. Thomre C. de North Petherton, Somerset: gen. ret. 
17). <.JE. received 2 March, 17, taken up for 
Battels 9 Dec. 1728. 

George Costard. OL 9 March, 17*%. |&. 17 March, 

17ff (til. Edvardi C. de Sti Mar. Salop, Salop: pleb. ret. 
16). C.JE. received 11 March, 17fg-, restored 4 Dec. 1739. 
Elected . 1726 ; Goodridge Exhibitioner 1734, 1735 ; 
B.A. 25 June, 1731 ; M.A. 28 June, 1733 ; elected ^.JF. 
1735; JF. 1736; Sub-Dean 1732, 1735 ; Moderator of 
Philosophy 1736, 1737 ; Humanity Lecturer 1739 ; Dean 
1740; Sub-Warden annually from 1741 to 1747 ; Libra- 
rian 1750 : and (in succession to Mr Gapper) 15 Aug. 
1752. He was also deputy Catechist from 1739 to 
1742; Junior Proctor 1742. In 1745, he was presented 
to the Vicarage of Southrop, where his successor was 
appointed in 1748; and on 19 March, I7|f, to the 
Vicarage of Hockleigli, but he resigned it on 7 July 
following. He resigned his ,-ff. 29 June, 1753. 

Vicar of Twickenham, died 10 Jan. 1782. "His great Oriental 
learning and many valuable publications, entitle him to an 
honourable Eulogy." (G. Mag.) 

George Paske. <. 23 March, I7|f. |E. 28 March, 1726 
(fil. Georgii P. de Allderley, Gloucestr: arm. ret. 18). 
<.|E. received 26 March, 1726, restored Michaelmas, 
1732. Elected . 1727; B.A. 25 Nov. 1729; M.A. 
7 June, 1732; his *. was vacant 30 June, 1733. 



George Holywell. Serviens, 14 Oct. ]725. Jtt. (Holiwell) 
14 Oct. 1725 (fil. Roberti H. de Magno Limber, Lincoln: 



1725-26.] WARDEN THISTHLETHWAYT. 21 

cler. set. 17). (.|E. received as Servitor in the last 
half of 1725, restored 18 Feb. I7f . B.A. 6 June, 1729. 

Thomas Fellows. Serviens, 22 Oct. 1725. JE. 23 Oct. 
1725 (fil. Gulielmi F. de Tibshelf, Derb : set. 18). C.JE. 
received as Servitor in the last half of 1725, and taken 
up for Battels 17 May, 1732. B.A. 1 July, 1729 ; M.A. 
2 March, 1735. 



1726. 

Francis Meysey. ,-fF.OT. 19 May, 1726. JE. 21 May, 1726 
(fil. Johannis M. de Baton i.e. Bayton, Vigorn : arm. ait. 
18). C.JE. received as <&.<&. in the last half of 1725, 
restored 31 July, 1730. 

Called to the Bar (Inner Temple) 1734 ; eldest son of John M. 
of Shakenhurst, born 1707, died unmarried 1756. (Nash. I. 
54) ; brother of John M. 1727, and Thomas M. 1729. 

John Willis. $M. 17 June, 1726. JE. same day (fil. 
Richardi W. de Sti .^Egidii in campis, Londin : Episcopi, 
aet. 17). 

Son of Richard, Bishop of Winchester. 

James Harris. ,-fF.OL 16 July, 1726. JE. 14 July, 1726 
(fil. Jacobi H. de Close de Sarum, Wilton : arm. set. 16). 
<.JE. received in the last half of 1725, restored 9 Aug. 
1729. He subscribed three guineas to the repairs of the 
east window of the College Chapel in 1742. 

M.P. for Christ Church, Hants. 1761 ; Lord of the Admiralty 
1762, Lord of the Treasury 1763 to 1765, Secretary and Comp- 
troller to Queen Charlotte 1774, till his death ; author of three 
treatises on Art, Music, Painting, and Poetry : and on Happiness 
1744 Hermes, an .Inquiry into Universal Grammar 1751 
Philosophical Arrangements 1775, and Philological Inquiries 
(posthumously published) 1781. He died 22 Dec. 1780, and 
lias the following monument in Salisbury Cathedral. 

M.S. 

Jacobi Harris Sarisburiensis, 
Viri boni et docti 



22 WARDEN TH1STHLETHWAYT. [1726. 

Grsecarum Litterarum pra>cipue periti 

Cujus opera accuratissinia 

De Artibus elegantioribus. 

De Grammatica de Logica cle Etliice 

Stylo brevi, limato, simplici 

Sui more Aristotelis 

Conscripta 

Poster! laudabunt ultiiui. 

Studiis severioribus addictus 

Communis tameii vita} officia 

et oinnia patris, mariti 

Civis, Senatoris munia 

Et implevit et ornavit 

Obiit XXII. die Decembris MDCCLXXX. 

Anno setatis LXXII. 
brother of Thomas H. 1728, and George William H. ITjj". 

Francis Raynton. JF.OT. 23 March, 17f f. <.j&. same day 
(til. Nicholai li. de Burr St sul) Londin : arm. at. 18). 
(II.JE. received same day, restored 30 Dec. 1730. 



Robert Lewis. (. 25 March, 1726. |tt. 31 March, 1726 
(til. Ambrosii L. ex. Insula Angl : cler. at. 18). C.JE. 
received same day, restored 20 Jan. 17-|; B.A. 17 Dec. 
1729; M.A. 31 Oct. 1732. 

Rector of Trefdraeth Anglesey, and Chancellor of Bangor. 
He was Rector when the Registers begin in 1756, and under 
the east window of the church is a stone slab with the follow- 
ing inscription : 

Subter jacet 

Robert us Lewis, Cler. M.A., Filius natu minimus 

Ambrosii Lewis, Cler. de Cemlyn in comitatu Mon;e, 

IIujus Para'ciic Rector, nee non Dioceseos Bangor 

Cancelhuius Dignissimus : 

fuit 
Propinquis beneficus, amicis gratus, et maritus ainans : 

mem : Parentis optimi 

Hoc pie posuit Sidney Parry de Penart in Comit : 
Arvon, ob. Feb. 14, 1700, /Klat 58. 



1726.] WARDEN THISTHLETHWAYT. 23 

John Upton. OL 15 April, 1726. JE. (Merton) 15 March, 
17-f-i (fil. Jacob! U. de Ilrninster, Somerset: cler. at. 17). 
(H.fft. received 15 April, 1726, restored 12 March, I73f. 
Goodridge Exhibitioner 1726, 1727 ; B.A. (Exeter) 7 July, 
1730 ; M.A. 10 May, 1732 ; JF. of Exeter 1728-1737. " 

Rector of the Sinecure of Llanclrillo, Denbigh, of Great Rissing- 
ton Glouc. and Sevington, Somerset ; Prebendary of Rochester 
19 Jan. 17f, died 2 Dec. 1760. Editor of Arrian's Epictetus 
and Spenser's Faerie Queen. (Boase, 97) ; also of Ascham's 
Schoolmaster, and Critical Observations on Shakespeare 1746 ; 
brother of James U. 1717 (page 461). 

Thomas Williams. OT. 25 May, 1726. Jtt. (Oriel.) 
20 May, 1724 (fil. Thomiu W. de Sti Mcholai, Hereford: 
gen. jet. 17). &.JE. received 25 May, 1726, taken up by 
Bursar Speke. Elected JJ. 1726 (Herefordshire); B.A. 
27 Feb. 17|i; M.A. 12 Dec. 1730. 

Probably father of T. W. 17f : if so, cleric of Hereford. 

Robert Rogers. <. 21 June, 1726. |E. (Queen's) 22 Oct. 
1723 (fil. Johannis R. de Cornwood, Devon: Baronetti. 
jet. 18). C.JE. received 2 June, 1726, restored 17 May, 
1732. B.C.L. 22 June, 1730. 

James Miller. <. 7 July, 1726. p. 11 July, 1726 (fil. 
Johannis M. de Compton Valence, Dorcestr : cler. set. 
20). OT.JE. received last half of 1726, taken up for 
Battels, Midsummer, 1729. 

Author of "The Humours of Oxford," 1730, a satirical play 
composed while at the University : " Harlequin Horace or 
the Art of Modern Poetry, 1731" : " The Art of Life, 1739": 
he translated Voltaire's Mahomet, and wrote the Man of Taste, 
the Coffee House, and other plays. Lecturer of Trinity Chapel, 
Conduit Street, and Preacher at Roehampton Chapel ; died 
27 April (G. Mag. says 23rd), 1744. 

William Brown. <. 7 July, 1726. |E. 11 July, 1726 (fil. 
Gulielmi B. de Middlesex: gen. net. 17). (.|E. received 
in last half of 1726, restored by Bursar Speke. B.A. 
10 April, 1730. 



24 WARDEN THISTHLETHWAYT. [1726. 

Newman Hughes. OT. 20 Oct. 1726. JE. 24 Oct. 1726 
(fil. Holland H. de Hemingforth Gay i.e. Grey, Hunting- 
don : cler. set. 18). (JT.Jft. received 1 June, 1727, taken 
up for Battels 20 Nov. 1728. 



Thomas Price. Serviens, 25 March, 1726. JE. 31 March, 
1726 (fil. Gulielini P. de Llanrhyader, Denbigh : cler. let. 
18). C|tt. received 31 March, 1726, increased to (ft. 
in the first half of 1728, restored 26 Dec. 1742. 

John Eaton. Serviens, 31 March, 1726. Jtt. same day 
(fil. Henrici E. de Allostock, Cestr : pleb. a-t. 18). (JT.JE. 
received same day, restored Lady Day 1731 ; B.A. 17 
Dec. 1729. 



Thomas Fudge. Serviens, 7 Nov. 1726. JH. 9 Nov. 1726 
(fil. Thoime F. de Sumnierton, Somerset: pleh. jet. 17). 
C|E. received last half of 1726, restored 19 March, 17|f 
B.A. 7 June, 1730. 

Hamblet Yates. Serviens, 7 Nov. 1726. Jtt. 9 Nov. 1726 
(fil. Gulielini Y. de Aston, Cestr: pleh. ti-t. 10). Or.pt. 
received in the last half of 1726, and gradually taken 
up for Battels till Midsummer 1731. 

Aaron Peirce. Serviens, 19 Nov. 1726. |E. 2:5 Nov. 
1726 (fil. Aaron is P. tie Higli Wycomh. Buck: pleh. ret. 
19). (C.Jtt. received in the last half of 1726, apparently 
increased to <. in the. first half of 1728, (Pearce) and 
restored in part at Christmas 1730, part Michaelmas, 
1732; B.A. (Pierce) 26 March, 1735. 

Clement Elswood. Serviens, 16 Dec. 1726. |E. 17 Dec. 
1726 (fil. Kichardi E. de Wayford, Somerset: pleb. a-t. 
19). Cr.|E. received 26 May, 1727, taken up for Battels 
17 MMV, 1732: I',. A. 4 June, 1730. 



1727.] WARDEN THISTHLETHWAYT. 



1727. 

William Wall. <. 24 March, 1727. JE. same day (til. 
Capel W. de Londin. Barking: gen. set. 18). (JT.JE. re- 
ceived 1 June, 1727, restored 18 April, 1729. Migrated 
to Ch. Ch. as <. 19 April, 1729. Student 11 July, 
1729. B.A. 23 Oct. 1730. M.A. 28 June, 1733. B.CL. 
17 Dec. 1739. D.C.L. 21 June, 1740. 

" Died at Putney 1 Nov. 1791, a^ed 86 (but ?)" (F.) 

Richard Sloane Fowler. (. 10 May, 1727. |E. 13 
May, 1727 (Xicolas, til. Kichardi E. de Grange, Salop: 
Baronetti iet. 17). dLJU. received (Richard) 1 June, 
1727, taken up for Battels 4 July, 1734. 

The dignity became extinct in 1771 on the death of Sir Hans 
F., his brother, so that he must have died s.p. Brother of 
William F. 1725. 

Richard Hinckesman. <. 12 May, 1727. Jtt. 13 May, 
1727 (til. Itichardi H. de Bewdley, Vigorn : plel>. iet. 18). 
(!LJE. not received, Imt charged on Mr Hunt; sub- 
sequently increased to jfM. 26 Feb. 17-gi, taken up for 
Battels Christmas 1742. 

The father was Bailiff of Bewdley in 1728, and the son in 1746 
(Nash. II. 280). Brother of Charles H. 1737. 

Floyer Sydenham. OL 26 May, 1727. |tt. 27 May, 
L727 (til. Humpbredi S. de Delverton, Somerset: arm. a j t. 
18). C.|E. received 26 May, 1727, and taken up for 
Battels 4 July, 1734. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1727. 
Elected . 1728. B.A. 25 June, 1731. M.A. 30 April, 
1734. Elected ty.Jf. 30 June, 1733 ; J|F. (probably) in 
1734. Elected Sub-Dean 1733 ; Moderator of the Third 
Class. 1734: Moderator of Philosophy 1741 and 174:!, 
when Mr Speke acted as his Deputy. His ,-(F. was 
vacant 30 June, 1746, when he had obtained preferment. 
He was presented to the liectory of Esher in 1744 by 
Henry Pye, Esq., Imt it was vacant again in 1747. 

lie was li-ivat-.^Tandson of Humphrey % original Fellow of 



26 WARDEN THISTHLETHWAYT. [1727. 

"Wadliam. Some MS. notes of his are preserved in a Plato 
(1578) in the Library of St Paul's School. The G. Mag. re- 
cords his death under 1 April, 1787, and mentions his annota- 
tions on Plato. 

William Jones. OT. 1 June, 1727. JE. 3 June, 1727 (fil. 
Samuelis J. de Erodsham, Cestr: pleb. set. 18). (H.Jtt. 
received 1 June, 1727, and taken up by Bursar Speke, 

Sept Elected . 1728. B.A. 19 July, 1729. 

M.A. 20 April, 1732. Elected $.JF. 1735; JF. 1736. 
Elected Sub-Dean 1736 ; Humanity Lecturer, 173S ; 
Bursar (vice Bush) 30 June, 1743, and again on 6th 
Dec, 1743 and 1744; and 1747 to 1751; Dean 1746. 
His Jf. expired at Midsummer 1752, when he was 
succeeded as Bursar by Mr Doughty. He was presented 
to the Vicarage of Southrop 16 July, 1747, which he 
held, apparently, till 1775. 

John Meysey. 4T. 27 June, 1727. Jft. 30 June, 1727 
(fil. Johannis M. de Bayton, Yigorn : arm. set. 1 8). CLJE. 
received 27 June, 1727, restored 2 July, 1735. B.A. 
11 May, 1731. 

2nd son, born 1708. Beet or of Rock, Worcester, 9th March, 1732. 
Succeeded Francis M. (1726) in the estate of Shakenhurst. 
Died s.p. 1764. Brother of Thomas M. 1729. 

John Frobyn. OT. 10 Oct. 1727. |E. same day (fil. 
Gulielmi P. de Newland, Gloucestr: gen. a-t. 17). (H.pt. 
same day, restored 2 April, 1737. Goodridge Exhibi- 
tioner 1728 and 1730. . 1731. B.A. 2 Dec. 1731. 
M.A. 17 Dec. 1735. 

At Xewland is a Monumental inscription 

Here lyeth the body of 
John Probyn, A.M., son of William 

Probyn of Newland, Gent,, 
died 10th March 1736, aged 27. 

Bigland. 

Willoughby Wilkinson. T. 19 Oct. 1727. JE. same 
day (fil. Johanni.sW.de Blackwell, Derb : gen. set. 17). 
(.,01. same day; taken up for Battels Midsummer 1728. 



1727.] WARDEN THISTHLETH WAYT. 27 

John Rigby. (ft. 11 Jan. 17ff. JE. 15 Jan. 17|| (fil. 
Christopheri R. de Cosgrave, Northampton : gen. set. 18). 
CJll. received in the first half of 1728. Elected &. 
1728. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1733. B.A. 13 Oct. 
1731. M.A. 25 June, 1734. 

Rector of Ickford, Bucks, 15 March, 1747 ; died 24 May, 1775. 
Father of Henry R, 1759. 

John Barker. OL 9 March, 17||. Jtt. 12 March, 17f 
(fil. Johaimis B. de Kowsley, L)erb : gen. get. 19). C.JE. 
received in the first half of 1728, taken up for Battels 
Midsummer 1735, replaced in the first half of 1736. 
B.A. 16 Oct. 1731. M.A. 24 May, 1737. B.M. 25 Nov. 
1737. D.M. 3 Nov. 1743. 

F.R.C.P. 24 March, 1746. Physician of Westminster Hospital 
1746 to 1748. Physician to the Army 1748. He was buried 
at St Stephen's, Ipswich, where there is a tablet with the 
following inscription " Here lyeth the body of John Barker, 
M.D., Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians, and Physician 
to His Majesty's Forces in the Low Countries. Born April 18, 
1708 ; died January 31, 17||." Author of "An Inquiry into 
the Nature, Cause, and Cure of the Epidemic Fever of 1740, 
1741, 1742"; and "An Essay on the Agreement between 
Ancient and Modem Physicians 1748." 

William Baron. <. 21 March, 17ff JE. 22 March, 
!7-s- : ;- (fil- Gulielmi B. de Tintagel Cornub : pleb. set. 19). 
(.JE. received in the first half of 1728, restored by 
Bursar Speke. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1728. B.A. 
13 Oct. 1731. 

William Baron was Mayor of Tintagel 1737 ; tenant of the 
Manor of Trebarwith 1787. (Maclean). 



John Fisher. Serviens, 27 Oct. 1727. Jtt. same day (fil. 
Gulielmi F. de Court, Hereford: pleb. set. 18). C.pl. 
received same day, restored 29 Jan. 173$. B.A. (Trinity) 
18 June, 17:51. 



28 WARDEN THISTHLETHWA YT. [1727-28. 

James Thomason. Serviens, 8 March, I7f|-. JE. same 
day (fil. Jacob! T. de Eunckhorne, Cestr : pleb. aet. 28). 
<.j$L. received first half of 1728, taken up for Battels 
Midsummer 1730. B.A. 5 July, 1733. 



Edward Williams. (JT.JE. received as <&. 26 April, 1727, 
restored at Midsummer 1727. 

John Freke. (JT.JE. received as Servitor 3 May, 1727, 
restored 20 Nov. 1728. 

Apparently identical with John Freke 1717 (I. p. 463), who 
seems to have replaced his .|tt. to take his M.A. 



1728. 

John Jones. <. 10 April, 1728. |tt. 12 April, 1728 (fil. 
Thoime J. de Milson, Salop: cler. set. 18). <.JE. re- 
ceived in the first half of 1728 ; restored by Bursar 
Thomas. 

John Thorpe. <. 21 May, 1728. JE. 22 May, 1728 (fil. 
Johannis T. de Pewsey, Wilton : cler. ztt. 17). (H.JE. re- 
ceived in the first half of 1728, restored Midsummer 
1731. 

In the Church at West Wellow, Wilts, is a Tablet inscribed, 
" John Thorpe, Esq. of Embley, in this parish, died 6 April, 
1776, aged 63." (Hoare). 

Thomas Harris. <C. 31 May, 1728. |tt. 1 June, 1728 
(lil. Jacobi H. in Claustro, Sarum : arm. set. 10). (.|E. 
received in the first half of 1728, restored by Bursar 
Stone. . 1720, (Wiltshire). B.A. 2 Dec. 1731. 
M.A. (Merton) 8 May, 1736. He was apparently elected 
^.ff. in 1734; but his -ff. was filled up on 30 June, 
1735. 

He was Master in Chancery from 1754 to 1778 ; died 11 Feb. 
1785, aged 73. ,See Harris Monument in Salisbury Cathedral. 
Brother of James 11. 17S'- ; , and (n'or 



1728.] WARDEN THISTHLETHWAYT. 29 

William Lany. 4L 5 June, 1728. |ft. 6 June, 1728 (fil. 
Guliehni L. de Sti Clem., Dane, civit : Westmonast : gen. 
set. 18). CJE. received in the first half of 1728, re- 
stored 10 April, 1729. 

John Peareth. OT. 26 June, 1728. JE. same day (fil. 
Johannis P. de Aldworth, Bercher: cler. set. 16). (.J&. 
received in the latter half of 1728. B.A. 8 May, 1732. 
M.A. 24 March, 1734. 

Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 1739. 

Thomas Cooper, (ft. 8 August, 1728. |E. same day (fil. 
Richard! C. de Long Acre, civit: Londin: gen. set. 18). 
(Jl.Jtt. received in the latter half of 1728. 



Edward Jones. (.10 March, 17-||. J&. same day (fil. 
Jacobi J. de Burton, Cestr: gen. set. 20). (JT.Jtt. re- 
ceived in the first half of 1729, restored 17 Nov. 1732. 
B.A. 17 Nov. 1732. 



Oliver Cooper. Servians, 19 Oct. 1728. JE. 23 Oct. 1728 
(fil. Sanmelis J. de Chepstead, Cant : pleb. set. 18). (JT.Jtt. 
received in the latter half of 1728, taken up for Battels 
by Bursar Stone. B.A. 18 Nov. 1733. 

John Jones. Servians, 28 Feb. 17|f. JE. 3 March, 17-f | 
(fil. Johannis J. de North wich, Cestr: pleb. set. 16). 
(.J&. received in the first half of 1729, restored Mid- 
summer 1731. B.A. 25 Mav, 1736. 



Hieronymus Brugats. ftt. 10 July, 1728 (Hispanus, 
Barcenoiue, Uoct.). There is no note of the receiving 
his (C.|H,. as (ft ; but it was taken up for Battels at 
Christmas 1730. M.A. (by Diploma) 1.7 Dec. 1728. 



30 WARDEN THISTHLETHWAYT. [1729. 



1729. 

Richard Sutton. ,-(F.<. 31 Jan. 17f . JE. same clay (fil. 
Richard! S. de Com. Nottingham : arm. aet. 18). C.JE. 
received as .(. 8 May, 1730, taken up for Battels 
1739. B.A. 10 Oct. 1733. M.A. 10 July, 1736. 

Rector of Whitwell, Derby, 1752 to 1786, and Rector of 
Averham, Notts, where he is buried with this inscription 

Near this place 

lie the remains of 

the Rev. Richard Sutton, D.D., 

A Prebendary 

of the Metropolitan Church of Canterbury. Rector of Whit- 
well in County Derby, and fifty-one years Rector of this parish, 
during which time his uniform humanity and benevolence, 
gained him the esteem and affection of his neighbours and 
dependants. Whilst his chearful (sic) and social disposition 
and generous hospitality, joined to elegance of manners and a 
taste for the polite arts, endeared him to numerous friends. 
He met the lingering approaches of his dissolution with ex- 
emplary fortitude and resignation, and departed this life the 
14th day of November 1785, aged 76. 



Dennis Russell. OL 25 March, 1729. Jtt. 26 March, 

1729 (til. Dionysii II. de Penryn, Cornub : gen. set. 17). 
(JT.JE. received in the first half of 1729, restored by 
Bursar Speke. B.A. 10 May, 1733. 

Thomas Meysey. (ft. 27 March, 1729. JE. 28 March, 
1729 (fil. Johannis M. de Baton, sic, Vigorn : arm. a>t. 
16). (JT.JE. received in the first half of 1729, restored 
by Bursar Wyndhain 14 July . .. 1729 (Wor- 
cestershire). B.A. 30 Oct. 1732. M.A. 23 June, 1735. 
Elected ty.Jf. 1739, and ,-jF. 1740. Elected Moderator 
of Philosophy 1739 and 1740; Humanity Lecturer 1744 
(Blake and (Uipper deputies). His Stipend was not paid 



1729.] WARDEN THISTHLETHWAYT. 31 

after 174G ; when his JF. was declared vacant on 
30 June, he having obtained preferment. 

3rd son, born 1710. Rector of Croome d'Abitot 1742 to 1748 ; 
Vicar of Mamble with Bayton 6 May, 1745 (Nash. II. 162); 
Vicar of Pirton 7 Dec. 1747 ; died 1762 (Nash. II. 159). 
Brother of Francis M. 1726, and John M. 1727. 

James Uttermare. (ft. 28 March, 1729. |E. same day 
(fil. Johannis U. de Curry Mallet, Somerset : gen. set. 20). 
<.|E. received in the first half of 1729, taken up by 
Bursars Thomas and Speke. B.A. 19 Feb. 1732. 

Baptized at Curry Mallet 18 March, 1708 ; buried at Curry 
Mallet 14 June, 1788. He lived at Curry Mallet Court House : 
was commonly called " The Justice." Rev. James Uttermare 
was patron and Rector of South Bradon, Somerset. (Collinson 
I. 16). 

William Willim. <. 28 March, 1729. JU. same day (fil. 
Thoime W. de Sti Xich. Hereford : gen. ret. 16). (H.JE. 
received in the first half of 1729, restored 9 July, 1740. 
Goodridge Exhibitioner 1730 and 1732 (the names for 
1731 are missing). j&. 1733 (Herefordshire). Good- 
ridge Exhibitioner 1734 to 1738. B.A. 11 Dec, 1733. 
M.A. 9 June, 1735. Elected ty.JF. 1739, jf. 1740. 
Elected Sub - Dean 1739 ; Humanity Lecturer 1740 ; 
Dean 1741 (deputy, Birt); Catechist 1744 (deputy, 
Speke), 1745, 1746 (deputy, Eloyer), 1748, 1750 (deputy, 
Pead), 1751 (when he resigned, and on 18 July, 1752 
Online was elected) ; Librarian 1749. He resigned his 
,-ff. 30 June, 1753. 

Thomas Willim was Mayor of Hereford 1732. (Duncumb). 

Henry Fricker. <. 15 May, 1729. JE. 16 May, 1729 
(fil. Edvardi F. de Langford, Wilton : gen. a>t. 17). C.pt. 
received 11 July, 1729, restored 30 June, 1739. Good- 
ridge Exhibitioner 1730. ,. 1731. B.A. 26 Oct. 1733. 
M.A. 21 June, 1737. Elected ^.,-ff. 1737, JF. 1738; 
but he received no Fellow's stipend after Christmas 
1738. 



32 WARDEN THISTHLETHWAYT. [1729. 



Davenport Gamble. <. 22 May, 1729. |E. same day 
(fil. Kichardi G. de Willoughby, Leicestr: gen. at. 16). 
C.JE. received in the first half of 1729, restored 4 Aug. 
1736. B.A. 19 Jan. 1732. 

Rector of Foston, Leic : 2 May, 1738 ; resigned 1747, and became 
Vicar of Great Ashby, where there is an altar tomb in the 
Churchyard with this inscription 

Davenport Gamble, 
30 years Vicar of this Parish, 

a faithful and true pastor, 

a sincere and generous friend, and a 

liberal benefactor to the poor. 

He died 14 July, 1777, 
in the 65th year of his age. 

(Nichols). 

John Goldwright. <. 8 July, 1729. p. 9 July, 1729 
(til. Gulielmi G. de Boston, Xov: Angl : gen. set. 22). 
(JT.JE. received 8 July, 1729, taken up for Battels, Lady 
Day 1730. 

Edward Millward. OT. 18 Feb. 17-. JE. (Milward) 
19 Feb. 17-fg- (til. Edvardi M. de Knighton, Vigorn : gen. 
a?t. 16). dpi. received 21 Feb. 17ftr, restored 12 July, 
1740. Elected . 1721 from Worcestershire. B.A. 
26 Oct. 1733. M.A. 7 July, 1736. B.M. 3 July, 1741. 
Elected $).,-ff. 1739, JF. 1740. Elected Humanity 
Lecturer 1741 (deputy, Gresley), 1749, 1754; Librarian 
1744, 1746 (deputy, Floyer, both years); Moderator of 
Philosophy 1745, 1750 (deputy, Price), 1751, 1753; 
Bursar 1748, 1752. His JF. expired 30 June, 1757. 

There is a monument in Knighton Chapel, Lindredge Parish, 
Wore. " Here lieth interred the body of Edward Milward, 
M.D., who departed this life 26th day of August, 1757. 
^Etatis su;u 45. Pura sequi." (Nash II. 98). 

Edward Whitley. OT. (Whiteley) 19 March, 17^-. &L. 
same day (fil. Johannis W. de Morriot, Somerset: pleb. 



1729.] WARDEN THISTHLETHWAYT. 33 



set. 18). C.JU. received same day, restored 23 Oct. 
1736. B.A. 7 March, 1733. 

Kector of Sutton Bonnington, Notts, 1750 to 1769. Vicar of 
Merriott, Somerset, 1768 to 1775, where lie is buried with this 
inscription " Underneath is interred the body of the Rev. 
Edward Whitley, son of John and Francis Whitley. He died 
Vicar of this Parish Aug. 30, 1775, in the 64th year of his 
age." 

Father of Edward W. 1770. 



Emanuel Collins. Servians, 1 April, 1729. |E. (Hart 
Hall) 24 Jan. 17jj- (fil. Emanuelis C. de Sti Martini in 
Campis, Middlesex: pleb. set. 17). C.JE. received as 
Servitor in the first half of 1729, restored by Bursar 
Speke. 

John Bibb. Servians, 14 June, 1729. Jtt. 20 June, 1729 
(til. Thomas B. de Bewdley, Vigorn : pleb. set. 19). &.JE. 
received as Servitor 21 July, 1729, restored Christinas 
1729. 

Joseph Ward. Serviens, 5 Dec. 1729. JE. 12 Dec, 1729 
(til. Josephi W. e Prov. Cestrensi : pleb. set. 18). C.Jft. 
received as Servitor 5 Dec. 1729, restored 13 July, 1736. 
B.A. 24 May, 1733. M.A. 7 July, 1736. 

In 1738 he was presented to the Vicarage of Prestbury by John 
Legh of Adlington, the patron and lay rector, and instituted 
Oct. 5 in the same year. Mr Ward was twice married (1) At 
Prestbury, Sept, 10, 1742, to Mary, daughter and heir of Joseph 
Wilkinson of Prestbury, Gent,, who was buried at Prestbury 
July 3, 17") I ; and (2) iu 1756, to Dorothy, daughter and co- 
heir of Roger Royden of Macclesfield, Chapman. He died Feb. 
7, 1772. 

There is iu Prestbury Church a small brass to the memory of 
his first wife, and in the chancel a mural tablet with a brass 
bearing the following inscription 

" Sacred to the Memory of the Reverend and Learned Joseph 
Ward, M.A., formerly of Wad ham College, in Oxford, and 
Vicar of this Parish 33 years. He acted many years with great 

C 



84 WARDEN THISTHLETHWAYT. [1729. 

reputation as a Justice of the Peace for this County. In his 
sacred character, he was to his Hock a faithful monitor ; a 
zealous and excellent preacher of truth and righteousness ; a 
worthy example for all social, moral, and religious duties, in 
the constant practice of which he spent his life. Reader, go 
and do thou likewise. He died, universally lamented, Feb- 
ruary 7, 1772, in the 61st year of his age." 
His burial is thus recorded in the Register : " 1772. Prest- 
bury. The Rev. Jos. Ward, A.M., Vicar of Prestbury, aged 60, 
buried Feb. 10." 

Mr Ward was the Author of Sermons printed in 1746, 1747, 
1749, and 1760. 

John Field. Servians, 30 Jan. 17f. JE. G Feb. 17-fl (fil. 
Constantii F. de Shepton Montague, Somerset : pleb. set. 
18). (ST.JE. received as Servitor 5 March, 17-ij-w, restored 
by Bursar Wyndham in the last half of 1733. B.A. 
11 Dec. 1733. 

Richard Higgs. Serviens, 21 Feb. 17-|#. JE. same day 
(fil. Johaimis H. a Comitatu, Salop : cler. set. 1 9). C.JE. 
received as Servitor same day, restored by Bursar Speke. 
B.A. 18 March, 1733. 

Thomas Gill. Serviens, 17 March, 17f.. JE. 18 March, 
17%% (fil. Eichardi G. de Hanwell, Oxon : cler. aet. 18). 
(JT.JE. received as Servitor 17 March, 17|o-, taken up for 
Battels 1731. B.A. 30 May, 1734. M.A. 12 April, 1709. 
B.D. and D.I). 19 April, 1769. 

Rector of Holcott, Northants 1745, till his death in 1778. 

Thomas Partridge. Serviens, 19 March, 17-j;-. JE. same 
day (fil. Thonise P. de Northpoint ? North Perrott, 
Somerset : pleb. set. 20). 6I.JE. received as Servitor same 
day, taken up for Battels Sept. 1734 (? 1737) by Speke. 
B.A. 19 Oct. 1733. 

Lingen Gomond. Serviens, 20 March, I7f ft. JE. 21 March, 
17fo (fil- Kdnmndi G. de Kilpeck, Hereford : gen. set. 16). 
(H.JE. received as Servitor 20 March, 17-tj-, taken up 
for Battels by Speke Sept. 1734 (? 1737). 



1729-30.] WARDEN THISTHLETH WAYT. 35 

Henry Norman. Serviens, 21 March, 17f. JE. same 
day (til. Henrici N. de Langford, Somerset: pleb. get. 18). 
(.J&. received 30 March, 1730, restored Michaelmas 
1730. 

He was inducted into the Rectory of Bledon, Somerset, 5 Nov. 
1745, and died 13 Nov. 1780, when the following entry occurs 
in the Parish Register : " 1780, Nov. 13, died the Rev. Henry 
Norman, who had been Rector of this place 35 years, during 
which time he always behaved like a good and faithful Shep- 
herd. God grant that this parish may have a successor equally 
serviceable." His name appears under one light of the East 
Window. 

Father of William N. 1776. 



173O. 

Joseph Edwards, (ft. 20 April, 1730. (IT.JE. received 
(J)omimis J. E.) 8 May, 1730, restored Midsummer 1730. 
P. (Magd. Hall) 23 April, 1724 (fil. Danielis E. de 
Stoke, Stafford: gen. fet. 17). B.A. 8 March, 1727. 
M.A. 12 July, 1731. 

William Walker. <!T. 20 April, 1730. OT.JE. received 
8 May, 1730, restored 1733. Jft. (Magd. Hall) 26 March, 
1729 "(fil. Johannis W. de Croxton, Stafford: gen. set. 19). 
B.A. (YVadham) 24 Xov. 1732. 

Thomas Moore. <!T. 22 April, 1730. |tt. 27 April, 1730 
(fil. Johannis M. de Sti Petri, in Civ. Hereford: cler. set. 
17). (.|lt. received 13 May, 1730, restored 12 Jan. 
1730. B.A. 7 March, 1733. 

Joseph Murray. (T. 24 April, 1730. C.|tt. received 
(John M.) 8 May, 1730, restored by Bursar Bush. 

Robert Forster. (T. 11 May, 1730. |E. 14 May, 1730 
(fil. Tliomse F. de Gnowshall, i.e., Gnosall, Stafford : gen. 



36 WARDEN THISTHLETHWAYT. [1730. 

set. 18). OT.JE. received 13 May, 1730, restored by 
Bursar Speke. Eobert Forester was B.A. of Magd. Hall 
18 March, 1733. 



Richard Warner. <. 16 July, 1730. JE. 18 July, 1730 
(fil. Johannis W. de Sti dementis in Civ. Londin : gen. 
set. 17). (.JE. received 17 July, 1730, restored by 
Bursar Wyndharn. B.A. 17 Dec. 1734. 

" R.W. resided at Hearts in Woodford Row, where lie planted 
a Botanical Garden, and successfully cultivated rare Exotics. 
The Plantte Woodfordienses, written by him, and privately cir- 
culated, was the result of the annual herborizations of himself, 
and his acquaintance in this neighbourhood." (Wright, II. 
510). 

At his death, which occurred 11 April, 1775, aged 62, Richard 
Warner of Woodford Green, Essex, bequeathed to the College 
a library of 4400 volumes, particularly rich in works on 
Natural History and Botany. He also left an annual stipend 
of 10 for a Botanical Exhibition ; and on 20 April, the 
Warden was directed to have a catalogue made, and the books 
packed and sent to the College. 



Afcraham Clavey. OT. 9 Oct. 1730. JE. 10 Oct. 1730 
(fil. Abrahami C. de Frome, Somerset : gen. set. 18). 
(.Jft. received 9 Oct. 1730, restored by Bursar Wynd- 
ham, 9 July, - . G-oodridge Exhibitioner 1731, N 
1733 from Somersetshire. B.A. 12 June, 1734. M.A. 
24 May, 1737. Elected ^.Jf. 1739, ,-ff. 1740. Elected 
Librarian 1741, 1743, 1745, 1748, 1749, 1752 ; Bursar 
1750, 1751, 1753; Catechist 1754; Humanity Lecturer 
1755. On 16 July, 1747, he was presented to the Vicarage 
of Hockleigh, but resigned it on the 4th Dec. 1748. On 
30 June, 1753, he was nominated to the liectory of 
Fryerning; but on 6 Dec. he declined it. His JF. ex- 
pired 30 June, 1757. 

Incumbent of Heytesbury 1746 to 1765. Vicar of Norton 
Bavent, Wilts, 1753, where he was buried 20th August, 1765. 



1730.] WARDEN THISTHLETHWAYT. 37 

On a flat stone in the nave of the Church is the follow-in" 

t> 

inscription 

The 
Rev d M r AB m CLAYEY, 

Vicar of this Place, 
Died ye 14 th of Aug* 

1765. 
Aged 53 years. 



Chichester Tompkins. <. 19 Dec. 1730. CT.JE. re- 
ceived same day, and restored by Bursar Speke. JE. 
(Jesus) 3 Nov. 1729 (HI. Henrici T. de Linton, Devon : 
pleb. set. 18). B.A. (Wadham) 24 May, 1733. 

Francis Robinson. (. 29 Jan. ]7j|?. |tt. 5 Feb. I7f- 
(fil. Francisci K. de Sti Dunstan, Londin : gen. set. 18). 
C.jE. received 29 Jan. ] 7f a, taken up for Battels by 
Bursar Stone. 



John Baker. <. 26 Feb. 17-jj-?-. JE. 27 Feb. l7-g$ (fil. 
Nicolai B de Cheselburough, Somerset: cler. aet. 17). 
(jr.p. received 26 Feb. 17-j}?, restored by Bursar Wynd- 
hain. B.A. 22 Oct. 1734 M.A. 21 June, 1737. 

He is said to have died 1792 ; but at Ilton on a brass is this 
inscription " Sacred to the memory of the Rev. John Baker, 
A.M., 12 years Vicar of Ilton : he died Jan. 20, 1757, aged 44. 
His ways were ways of pleasantness, and all his paths were 
peace." 

George William Harris. <. 22 March, 17^?, p. same 
day (fil. Jacobi H. e Claustro, Sarum : arm. set. 11). 
(C.pl. received same day, taken up for Battels by Bursar 
Speke. Elected ,-jF. of Exeter 30 June, admitted 5 July, 
1733. B.A. 4 March, 1736. M.A. 10 June, 1737. 
Kesigned ,-ff. 25 April, 1741, being presented to the 
living of - Cornwall. (Boase, 98). 

Preb. of Yetminster Prima, Sarum, 5 March, IT;^. Rector of 
Egglesdill'e, Durham, 173!) to 1778. 



38 WARDEN THISTHLETHWAYT. [1730. 



On a brass-plate in the Church at Egglescliffe is the following 
inscription 

Near this place lieth interred the hody of the Rev. George 
William Harris Clerk, M.A., Prebendary of Sarum, and 
Rector of this Parish for 37 years. He was third son of 
James Harris. of the Close of New Sarum in the County 
of Wilts, Esq., by the Lady Elizabeth, third daughter of 
Anthony, Earl of Shaftesbury. He departed this life the 
23rd day of August, 1777, aged 33. (Surtees, III. p. 199). 

Brother of James H. 173*, and Thomas H. 1728. 



Robert Jordan. Servians, 4 May, 1730. <.ftt. received 
as Servitor (Richard J.) 8 May, 1730, restored 1739. 
JE. (Magd. Hall) 19 Feb. 17 (til. Roberti J. de Eccles- 
hall, Stafford: pleb. set. 19). B.A. (Wadham) 25 June, 
1734. 

Richard Gwatkin. Serviens, 8 May, 1730. JE. 14 May, 
1730 (til. Thomas G. de Foundhope, i.e., Fownhope, 
Hereford: gen. set. 18). CT.JE. received as Servitor 
8 May, 1730, taken up for Battels 1737. B.A. 28 March, 
1733 "(? 1734). M.A. 21 June, 1737. 

Rev. Richard (Iwatkin left a benefaction of 20 to the Charity 
School at Fownhope. 

Robert Gascoyne. Serviens, 13 May, 1730. JE. 14 May, 
1730 (til. Roberti U. de Banbury, Oxon: pleb. aet. 19"). 
(.JE. received as Servitor ]3 May, 1730, taken up 
for Battels 7 April, 1739. B.A. 12 Oct. 1734. 

Robert Noyes. Serviens, 4 March, 17-jft. <.JH. received 
as Servitor (Noye) 17 April, 1731, restored Midsummer, 
1733, replaced in the first half of 1736, restored by 
Bursar Speke. JE. (Magdalen Hall) 14 May, 1730 (fil. 
Philippi K de Street, Wilton: pleb. tet, 19). B.A. 
22 Nov. 1734. 



1730-31.] WARDEN THISTHLETH WAYT. 39 

John Williams. Jtt. 13 March, 17-- (fil. Johannis W. de 
Glasbury, Hadnor: cler. ;et. 16). J. W. born in the 
parish of Margam, Glamorgan, was admitted &. of 
Jesus 24 Dec. 1733. B.A. 30 Oct. 1734. M.A. 10 June, 
1737. 



1731. 

Richard Peters. Jp.(ft. 7 April, 1731. JE. 8 April, 1731 
(fil. Hadulphi P. de Liverpool, Lancastr: gen. set. 20). 
C.|E. received as (g.(ft. 7 April, 1731, taken up for 
Battels by Bursar Stone. Created D.D. by diploma 
2 May, 1770, being then Hector of Christ Church and 
St Peter, Philadelphia (Foster;. 

William Hoste. ,-fF.OL 4 June, 1731. JE. 10 April, 1731 
(fil. Jacob! H. de Sandringham, Norfolc : arm. set. 18). 
C.JE. received as (ft. 17 April, 1731 (admitted 9 April), 
restored 17 April, 1739. B.A. 12 Oct. 1734. M.A. 
17 June, 1737. 

He contributed 5 towards the repair of the eastern window of 
the chapel in 1742. 



Walter Careless, (ft. 21 Feb. 17^J-. j&. 22 Feb. 17ft 
(fil. Richard! C. de Birmingham, Warwic: gen. pet. 17). 
.|E. received in the first half of 1732, taken up for 
Battels, Christmas 1738. B.A. 17 Dec. 1735. 



Henry Gresley. (ft. 14 March, 17-g*. |tt. ( 

16 March, 17|^- (fil. Francisci G. de Strensam, Vigorn: 
cler. set. 17). .|E. received in the first half of 1732, 
restored 2 July, 1742. *. 1733 ; Goodridge Exhibitioner 
1735 to 1739:' he made the Obit Speech in 1740; B.A. 
11 Xov. 1735. M.A. 7 July, 1738. B.D. 18 July, 1767. 
Elected }J.,-ff. 1741 ; ,-jF. 1742 ; elected Sub-Dean 1740 
(Chegwiii deputy) : Deputy Humanity Lecturer (for Mil- 
ward) 1741, Humanity Lecturer 1742: Dean 1743, 1748, 



40 WARDEN THISTHLETHWAYT. [1731-32. 



1749; Bursar 1744 to 1747. In 1750, he vacated his 
jf. being beneficed. 

He was Rector of Tarent Hinton, Dorset, from 18 July 1749 
till his deatli ; buried at Tarent Hinton, 1 Dec. 1773. His 
father died at Strensham 11 Nov. 1773, aged 100. 

(Nash II. 396.) 



David Hopkins. Servians, 7 Sept. 1731. |tt. 11 Oct. 
1731 (til. David H. de Stanton Drew, Somerset: pleb. 
set. 20). (.JU. received as Servitor in the last half of 

1731, taken up for Battels by Bursar Speke ; B.A. 
10 June 1730. 

The father who was a captain in the Somersetshire militia, 
died 1 Oct. 1730, and has a monument at Stanton Drew. 

Mayo Tims. Serviens, 12 Jan. 17-;j~J. |E. 14 Jan. 17fJ 
(til. Thonise T. de Chacombe, Northampton : pleb. set. 
17). (JT.JH. received in the first half of 1732, restored 
by Bursar Speke; B.A. 25 Nov. 1735. 

Vincent Humphrey. Serviens, 25 Feb. 17|4-. JE. 29 Feb. 
17--B- (fil- Humphredi H. de Towyn, Merion: pleb. 
ret. 23). C.pl. received as Servitor m the first half of 

1732, taken up for Battels, March, 1732. 



1732. 

Windham Goodwin. (!T. 28 March, 1732. JH. 29 March, 
1732 (til. Jobaiinis (1. de Ilton, Somerset: pleb. a>t. 18). 
(C.|E. received in the first half of 1732, restored by 
Bursar Thomas. 

Henry Watkins. (T. 28 March, 1732. p. 29 March, 
1732 (til. Redwood W. de Launceston, Conmb: arm. 
;et. 17 >. (H.pl. received in the first half of 1732, 
restored by Bursar AVyndham. Goodrid-e Exhibitioner 
1734: B.A. 20 Oct. 1738. 

Charles D'Oyley. (T. 27 April, 17:52. f&. (Doyley) 
8 May, 1732 (til. . . do Smithmp, Glouuestr : 



1732.] WARDEN THISTHLETH WAYT. 41 



gen. set. 17). .j&. received in the first half of 1732, 
restored 27 Sept. 1740. B.A. 5 March, 1735. M.A. 
18 May, 1739. 

He was eldest son and heir of Charles D'Oyley, baptised at 
Southrop, June 1714, died Julv 1776, nephew of Robert D. 
161 j, and grandson of Charles D. 1634. 

Wright Hawes. (!T. 1:3 July, 17:32. Jtt. 15 July, 1732 
(fil. Henrici H. de Prince's Kisborough, Buckingham : 
gen. set. 17). (JT.JE. received in the last half of 1732, 
restored 22 Jan. 1739. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1733; 
B.A. 8 May, 1736. M.A. 11 April, 1739. 

Rector of Stretton-on-the-Foss, Warwick, and Rector of Shals- 
ton, Bucks, 23 Nov. 1742, till his death ; succeeded by his son- 
in-law, George Huddleston Jervoise, see 1757. (Lipscomb. 
III. 73). 

Christopher Tatchell. Serviens, 30 March, 1732. JE. 
1 April, 1732 (fil. Johannis T. de Stoke-under-Hamden, 
Somerset : pleh. set. 18). C.JE. received as Servitor in 
the first half of 1732, restored Sept. 1734. Migrated to 
Pembroke Coll; B.A. 13 Oct. 1735. 

At Combe-St Nicholas, is the following inscription : 
"In memory of the Rev. Chris. Tatchell, who died Feb. 22, 
1793, aged 80 years. He was upwards of 50 years Vicar of this 
parish : deservedly beloved and respected by all who knew 
him, as a pious worthy man. He was also Rector of Stock- 
leigh English, Devon, in 1756, probably till his death. 

Matthew Lowe. Serviens, 1 April, 1732. |tt. same 
day (fil. Uriah L. de Knutchford, Cestr: pleb. set. 
16). (Jl.JE. received as Servitor in the first half of 1732, 
and taken up in part for Battels by Bursar Wyndham, 
Michaelmas 1736; B.A. 5 March, 1735. 



Francis Robinson. |E. 25 May, 1732 (fil. Johannis II 
de Halton, Lancastr : pleb. set. 16). Afterwards of Queen's 
Coll: where he is described as entering as Batellar, 
8 May, 17.32, so that probably the Jtt. entry is an error. 
B.A. 5 March, 1735. M.A. 12 Oct. 1738. 



42 WARDEN THISTHLETHWAYT. [1733. 



1733. 

Walter Acton Moseley. tf.<. 4 July, 173:5. JE. 5 July, 
1733 (fil. Acton M. de Envil, Stafford: arm. a3t. 17). 
&.JE. received as 0.(. in the last half of 1733, restored 
13 July, 1739. 

He contributed to the repair of tlie eastern window of the 
chapel in 1742 ; of the Mere and of Glashampton, Wore, died 
1793 ; brother of James M. 1737. 

George Whitmore. ,-fF.(ft. 21 Jan. I7ijf. iH. same day 
(fil. Gulielnii W. de Stockdon, Salop : arm. set. 17). OLJE. 
received in the first half of 1734, restored 5 Dec. 1740. 

Of Apley, Salop, died s.p. 1775. 



Thomas Wymond. L 7 May, 1733. jtt. 8 May, 1733 
(fil. Johamiis W. de Lanivet, Cornub : gen. set. 18). (JT.JE. 
received in the first half of 1733, restored by Bursar 
Stone. 

There was formerly on the floor of the chancel of the church 
of St Minver, a stone to the memory of Thomas Wymond of 
Wadham College, Oxford, who died in that city, May 9, 1735, 
and was buried in the chapel of his college. (Maclean, Trigg 
Minor III. p. 27.) There is also a stone on the floor of the 
Ante-chapel at Wadham with T. W. 1735. 

James Birt. OT. 10 May, 1733. JE. IS May, 1733 (fil. 
Jacobi B. de Monmouth : cler. set. 16). C.jE. received in 
the first half of 1733, restored 5 July, 1742. Goodridge 
Exhibitioner 1733; Elected . 1734; B.A. 3 Eeb. 1736; 
M.A. 26 Oct. 1739 ; Elected |).Jf. 1741 ; JT. 1742 ; Elected 
Sub-Dean 1738. His Jjf. was paid up to 6 June, 1744 
It is noted on 30 June, 1744, that he had resigned. 

Thomas Barnett. <!T. 20 May, 1733. <.JE. received in 
the, first half of 173.'], restored by Bursar Jones. JH. 
(Christ Church), 28 May, 1733 (til. Thoina- 15. de Stac 



1733.] WARDEN THISTHLETH WAYT. 43 

Margaret, Westmonast : gen. get. 17). Goodridge 
Exhibitioner 1734 Elected . 1735. B.A. 28 April, 
1737. M.A. 18 March, 1739. Elected Sub-Dean 1741. 
His 5?. was vacant 30 June, 1745. 

His name does not appear in any record at Christ Church, so 
that the Matriculation entry is probably an error. 

Thomas Durnford. (JT. 19 June, 1733. |E. 20 June, 
1733 (h'l. Thoiiife D. de Eockbourn, Hampton : cler. ait. 
16). <,&,. received in the first half of 1733, restored 
30 June, 1740. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1734. Elected 
. 1734. B.A. 28 April, 1737. M.A. 5 March, 1739, 
although it was ordered on 1st March that his M.A. 
should be postponed " for prolonged absence from the 
" College without leave." B.D. and D.D. 2 Dec. 1752. 

Vicar of Harling, Sussex, 1750 to 1792. His mother was 
Susannah Still ingfleet, great-niece of Edward S. Bishop of 
Worcester. Father of Thomas D. 1761, when he is described 
as "of Bramdean, Hants" ; and of Stillingfieet D. 1771, when 
he is described as " of Harling, Sussex." 

William Speke. <. 28 June, 1733. JE. 14 July, 1733 
(fil. Gulielmi S. de Jordans, Somerset : cler. ait. 18). 
CT.pt. received in the last half of 1733, restored 19 July, 
1742. Elected ft. 1733 from Somersetshire. Goodridge 
Exhibitioner 1734 to 1739. B.A. 13 Nov. 1737. M.A. 
11 Feb. 1739. B.D. 9 Nov. 1759. Elected $.JF. 1741. 
,-fF. 1742. He was elected Moderator of Philosophy 
1742 : and served as Deputy (for Sydenham) in 1741 
and 1743: Humanity Lecturer 1743; Dean 1744, 1747; 
Bursar 1745, 1746. 

Prebendary of Whitlakington (AVells), 13 Dec. 1774, of the 
Sixth Stall (Bristol), 6 Feb. 1776, died 15th Nov. 1791. 
"Rector of Curry Malet, Somerset, 1771 " (F). 

Thomas Savage. OL 12 Dec, 1733. |E. 13 Dec. 1733 
(til. Johannis S. de Wolshall, i.e., Wolfhall near Burbage 
Savage, Wilton: gen. set. 18). <.j&. received in the 
last half of 1733, restored by Bursar Wyndhani. 
Migrated to Xew College as ft/ 5 Sept. 1734. B.A. 



44 WARDEN THISTHLETHWAYT. [1733-34. 



12 April, 1738. M.A. 28 April, 1742. Vacated his 5. 
by promotion and marriage 1744. 

Admitted ?. of Winchester, 1725, of Great Bedding, i.e., 
Bed win, Wilts. Rector of Darleigh (Darley), Derb. 



Bryan Coppock. Serviens, 19 April, 1733. Jtt. 24 April, 
1733 (fil. Johannis C. de Timperley, Cestr: pleb. set. 19). 
B.A. 17 Feb. 1736. 



1734 

George Vandeput. JF.OT. 13 July, 1734. Jtt. 31 July, 
1734 (fil. Petri V. de Twittenham, i.e., Twickenham, 
Middlesex: Baronetti, set. 17). (JT.Jft. received as 
(&.4T. in the last half of 1734, restored 18 Jan. 
I7|f 

He succeeded his father as second Baronet in 1748. Candidate 
for the City of Westminster, 1750 ; and died 17th June 1784, 
when the Baronetcy became extinct, as he is said to have left 
no legitimate male issue. 

William Ashe. jf.OL 5 Aug. 1734. |E. G Aug. 1734 (fil. 
Gulielmi A. de Ormond St. Loridin : arm. set. 20). C.JUX. 
received as <.(. in the last half of 1734, restored by 
Bursar Thomas. 

Apparently grandson, and eventually heir of Win. Ashe of 
Heytesbury and London (died 1713), married Catherine, 
2nd daughter of Henry, Duke of Bolton, and died, s.p., 1750 ; 
if so, he was first cousin of Pierce A'Court, 1725, who succeeded 
him in the Heytesbury property. 

Henry drivers Vince. jf.tf. 30 Oct. 1734. JE. same 
day (fil. Gulielmi V. de Market Lavington, Wilton : arm. 
aet. 18). (JT.ja. received as (5.4T. in the last half of 
1734, taken up for Battels Midsummer 1739. 



George Baker. (T. 27 March, 1734. Jtt. 28 March, 1734 
(fil. Nicolui I), dc Chidboro', i.r. y Chislcboro', .Somerset: 



1734.] WARDEN THISTHLETH WAYT. 4f, 

cler. aet. 16). (tf.JE. received in the first half of 1734, 
restored by Bursar Wyndham. Elected j. 1734 from 
Somersetshire. B.A. 15 Oct. 1737. He appears to have 
vacated his ;. in 1741. 



William Chappie. OT. 3 April, 1734. JE. 4 April, 1734 
(fil. Guliehni C. de Sti Andrese, Holborn, Londin : Eq. fil. 
natu max., jjet. 18). (.JE. received in the first half of 
1734, restored by Bursar Wyndham. 

Christopher Partridge. (. 5 April, 1734. JE. 6 April, 
1734 (fil. Christopher! P. de Hasellmry, Somerset : pleb. 

set. 19). (JT.Jtt. received in the first half of 1734, restored 
by Bursar Wyndham. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1734. 
B.A. 15 Oct. 1737. 

Brother of Francis P. 1721. 



Prince Pead. <. 5 April, 1734. JE. 6 April, 1734 (fil. 
Guliehni P. de Stse Mary le Bow, Londin: gen. set. 17). 
(C.|E. received in the first half of 1734, restored 6 July, 
1745. Elected *. 1734 from Oxfordshire. Goodridge 
Exhibitioner 1739, 1740, 1742. B.A. 17 Dec. 1737. 
M.A. 12 July, 1742. He appears to have been acting as 
Chaplain at' Lady Day 1742. Elected ^.Jf. 1744; ,-ff. 
1745. Elected Catechist 1747; and (as Deputy for 
Willim) 1750; Humanity Lecturer 1748; Sub- Warden 
1749 to 1753; Bursar 1754 to 1761. In 1758 Willim 
was elected in his place, and in 1762 Foster was elected 
on 16 July when Pead's Jf. expired. Proctor 1749. 

Thomas Colman Welch. <. 16 May, 1734. |E. same 
day (fil. Johannis W. de Slatton, i.e., Slapton, North- 
ampton : gen. yet. 20). (H.jE. received in the first half of 
1734, restored Lady Day 1742. Goodridge Exhibitioner 
1734. B.A. 26 Jan. 1737. Incorporated of King's College, 
Cambridge, 1745. M.A. 1745. 

Vicar of Pateshull, Nortliants, 18 Nov. 1742. Rector of Slapton, 
1 Felx 17o4 ; on a inarbk- Tablet on the north wall of Pateshull 



46 WARDEN THISTHLETHWAYT. [1734. 



Church, is the following : Near this place are deposited the 
remains of the Rev. Thomas Colemaii Welch, Rector of Slapton, 
and one of the Vicars of this Parish. After a most sevtre 
illness, which he bore with great resignation, his body returned 
unto the earth, and his spirit unto God who gave it, Feb. llth, 
1770 : aged 55 (Baker). 

Thomas Rocke. OT. 12 June, 1734. JE. 14 June, 1734 
(fil. Francisci 11. de Court of Hill, Salop: gen. set. 17). 
<.JE. received in the first half of 1734, taken up for 
Battels, Lady Day, 1742. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1735, 
1736. B.A. 18 May, 1738. M. A. 9 July, 1744. 

Probably father of Richard R. 1777 ; if so, cleric, of Bitterley, 
Salop. In the church at Bitterley is the following monument 

Sacred to the Memory 

of the Rev. Thomas Rocke, A.M., 

Rector of Ludlow, and formerly of this Church, 

who died respected and lamented, 

1 6th Oct. 1803. 

AN. JEini. 8(5. 

Richard Goodwin, (ft. 10 Oct. 1734. j&. same day (fil. 
Johannis G. de Gilsboro,' Northampton: cler. set. 17). 
C.JE. received in the last half of 1734, paid over by 
Bursar Wyndham. B.A. 8 June, 1738. 

Silas Bradbury. <!T. 9 Dee, 1734. JE. 17 Dec, 1734 
(fil. Sila> B. de Windsor, Bercher: gen. ret. 18). .j&. 
received in the last half of 1734, paid over by Bursar 
Wyndham to Mr Bush. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1735, 
1736. 

William Spilsbury. <. 26 Feb. 17|4. JE. 28 Feb. I7|i 
fil. Gulielmi S. de Birmingham, Warwic: gen. set. 18). 
(JT.JE. received 26 Feb. l7-i}t, restored by Bursar 
Wyndham. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1737. B.A. 20 Oct. 
1738. M. A. 4 July, 1745. 

James Keigwin. 4T. 21 March, l7--i. JE. 25 March, 
1735 (fil. Johannis K. de Sti Ives, Cornub : cler. aet. 20), 



1734.] WARDEN THISTHLETHWAYT. 47 

(.JE. received 21 March, I7f-i, paid over l>y Bursar 
Wyndham to Mr Birt. B.A. 25 Oct. 1738. 

Vicar of Betchworth, Surrey, 1763 to 1802 ; died 18 Feb. 1805. 
(G. Mag.). 



Christopher Budge. Serviens, 1 April, 1734. JE. 6 April, 
1734 (fil. Christopher! B. de Chillington, Somerset: 
pleb. set. 19). C.JE. received as Servitor in the first 
half of 1734, restored by Bursar Wyndham. B.A. 
15 Oct. 1737. 

John Blake. Serviens, 5 April, 1734. jE. 3 April, 1734 
(fil. Johannis B. de Curry Kivel, Somerset : cler. set. 18). 
(.|E. received as Servitor in the first half of 1734, 
taken up for Battels, Christmas 1740, received as 
<. 17 May, 1735, restored 14 July, 1745. Good- 
ridge Exhibitioner 1 735 ; elected . from Somerset- 
shire 1737 ; Goodridge Exhibitioner 1740. B.A. 25 Oct. 
1738. M.A. 19 Nov. 1740: elected ^3.,-ff. 1744: ,-ff. 
1745 ; elected Moderator of Philosophy 1746 : Librarian 
1747 ; Hector of Eryerning 6 Deer. 1753 ; but he was 
non-resident: died early in 1782. ,-jF. vacant 30 June, 
1755 (as Lake), when he is described as beneficed. 

Lawrence Cooper. Serviens, 27 April, 1734. JE. same 
day (fil. Joseph! C. de Guilford, Surr : gen. aet, 18). (JT.|E. 
received as Servitor in the first half of 1734, taken up 
for Battels, Midsummer 1737. 



Antony Natt. C.Jtt. received as (ST. in the last half of 
1734, restored by Bursar Jones 3 July, - . jE. 
(Queen's) 5 May, 1733 (fil. Antonii N. de Stepney, 
Middlesex : pleb. set 18). Elected 3. 1735 ; B.A. 3 Feb. 
1730 ; M.A. 31 Oct. 1739 ; elected $J.,-ff. 1744; JF. 1745. 
His JF. was vacant 30 June, 1748, he being beneficed. 

Educated at Merchant Taylors' School ; Vicar of Standon, 
Herts, 3 April, 1747 to 1782 (Cussaiis says 1762), Init see monu- 



48 WARDEN THISTHLETH WAYT. [1734-35. 



ment which seems to say that he held Standon till his death) ; 
and Rector of Netteswell, Essex, where he is buried with the 
following inscription 

In a vault situated in the east part of this church yard is 

deposited the body of the Revd. Anthony Natt, A.M., 

who departed this life, Nov. 7, 1801, in the 

87th year of his age. 
He was formerly, in succession, Commoner of Queen's and 

Fellow of Wadham Colleges of Oxford. 
He was, latterly, Rector of this Parish, upwards 

of Thirty-five years, and 

Vicar of Standon in the County of Hertford, 
xipwards of Fifty-four. 



1735. 

Jonathan Cope. jF.Ctf. 15 April, 1735. Oxon. j&. 23 April, 
1735 (fil. Johannis C. tie Bruern, Oxon: Baronetti. set. 
17). <,Jtt. received 15 April, 1735, restored by Bursar 
Thomas. 

Really eldest sou of Sir Jonathan C. of Brewerne : himself of 
Orton Longueville, Hunts, died v.p. 2 Nov. 1763 : the dignity 
became extinct on the death of his second son, Sir Jonathan, 
30 Dec. 1821. 

Alexander Thistlethwayte. ,-fF.(. 25 June, 1735. 
Dorset. Jlfc. 23 June, 1735 (fil. Alexandra T. de Compton 
Valance, Uorcestr: arm. a^t. 17). (H.Jtt. received 30 June, 
1735, restored by Bursar Wyndham. He replaced his 
d.JE. in July, 1702, and the account was finally closed 
in 1760. Created D.C.L. 1:5 Sept. 1702, being then of 
South wick, Hants. 

He was born in 1718 ; M.P. for Hants 1754 to 1761, died 
15 Oct. 1771 (Hoare). 

Thomas Whorwood. Jf.itf. -'50 Oct. 1735. Oxon. p. 
10 Oct. 17:55 (fil. Thomas W. de Holton, Oxon: arm. aet. 
17). C|E. received 9 Oct. 1735, restored by Bursar 
Wvndham. 



1735.] WARDEN THISTHLETH WAYT. 49 



Charles Trimnell. <. 26 March, 17:55. Jft. 25 March, 
1735 (fil. Carol! T. de Owby, Norfolc : cler. set 16). 
(tf.JE. received 26 March, 1735, restored by Bursar 
Thomas. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1735 to 1738; Hody 
(Greek) Exhibitioner 1738 (the first election) ; Demy of 
Magdalen 1738 to 1742. B.A. 20 Oct. 1739. M.A. 16 
June, 1742. Jf. 1742 to 1750. 

Vicar of Willoughby, Warwick, 1744 to 1764 ; Rector of Bicker, 
Line. 1750 ; Vicar of Hainbelton, Rutland 1750 : last signature, 
1 Dec. 1766 (Bloxam VI. 250) ; buried at Bicker, 13 Feb. 1776, 
where there is a Hat slate stone to his memory, scarcely legible, 
and now (1892) concealed under the organ. 

Richard Adams. <#. 14 Jan. I7gf Jtt. same day (fil. 
Johannis A. de Burslem, Stafford : gen. set. 15). GT.JE. 
received in the first half of 1736, restored July, 1742. 
Goodridge Exhibitioner 1737. B.A. 7 Xov. 1739. M.A. 
10 July, 1742. 

John Bond. OT. 30 Jan. I7f|, Dorset, JE. 25 Jan. 17;f| 
(fil. Johannis B. de Steeple, Dorcestr: arm. ast. 18). 
C.Jtt. received in the first half of 1736, restored by 
Bursar Thomas. 

He was eldest son, born 11 May, 1717 ; M.P. for Corfu Castle 

1747 to 1760, and 1764 to 1780. He died 30 May, 1784, and 

was buried at Steeple : (Hutchins I. 610), where T. Bond, 

Esq., F.S.A., placed over the graves of the Bond family 

recumbent slabs with floreated crosses : among them one with 

this inscription 

"John Bond of Grange, Esq. Born XI May, MDCCXV1I, 

died XXX May, MDCCLXXXIV." 

Brother of Dennis B. 1737, and Thomas B. 17}-?- ; father of 

William and Thomas B. 1775. 



Thomas Swinton. Serviens, 28 March, 1735. jft. 29 March, 

1735 (fil. Johannis S. de Bexton, Cestr: gen. set. 20). 

(H.|E. received ? as (. 28 March, 1735, paid over by 
Bursar Bush to Mr Swinton. 

Brother of John S. 1719. 



50 WARDEN THISTHLETHWAYT. [1735-36. 



William Saunders. Serviens, 20 Dec. 1735. JE. (Jesus) 
18 March, I7f } i (fil. Erasmi S. de Blockley, Vigorn : 
Doctoris, net. 17). (H.JE. received as Servitor in the 
first half of 1736, restored by Bursar Wyndham, replaced 
as (ft. 15 March, 1742, restored 1 April, 1742. Hody 
(Greek) Exhibitioner 1738 to 1740 (the first election); 
B.A. 20 Oct. 1738. M.A. 31 March, 1742. 

His father has a monument in Blockley Church, erected 1771. 

(Nash.) 

Thomas Clissold. Serviens, 24 Feb. 17-gf JH. 25 Jan. 
I7ff (fil. Thomne C. de Stroud, Gloucester: pleb. set. 17). 
CT.JE. received as Servitor in the first half of 1736, 
restored by Bursar Wyndham. B.A. 16 Oct. 1739. 
M.A. 1 June, 1744. 

John Chegwin. Serviens, 15 March, I7f -. Cornub. JE. 
24 Feb. I7j]f (fil. Johannis C. de Mawnan, Cornub: pleb. 
set. 13). (it.jE. received as Servitor in the first half of 
1736, increased to (ft. in the first half of 1738. Admit- 
ted 3J. 9 Sept. 1738; Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1739 
to 1742. He is the first (apparently) to receive Sir 
Benjamin Maddox Exhibition 3 April, 1739. Goodridge 
Exhibitioner 1739 to 1741. B.A. 1 June, 1742. He was 
appointed Deputy for Gresley, as Sub-Dean 6 Dec. 1740; 
and elected Sub-Dean 6 Dec. 1742, being at the same 
time appointed Deputy to Speke as Moderator of 
Philosophy, but he died before 20 January following. 
Gutch mentions a stone in the chapel with J. C. 1742. 



1736. 

Francis Thistlethwayte. JF.(!T. 25 Feb. 17^5. Dorset. 
|E. 26 Fel). I7^f (fil. Alexandri T. de Winterslow, 
Wilton : arm. net. 17). C.|E. received in the first half of 
17.")7, restored by Bursar Wyndham. 

Born 1719 : succeeded his uncle Richard in the Soutlnvick 
Estate ; assumed the name and arms of Whithead, 1733 ; M.P. 
for Hants 1741, died x.p. 1st April, 1751. (Hutchins II. 299.) 



1736.] WARDEN THISTHLETHW AYT. 51 



Richard Vincent. <. 10 April, 1736. |tt. 12 April 
1736 (fil. Johannis V. de Hampsted, Middlesex: gen. get. 
17). (JLJE. received in the first half of 1736, restored 
by Bursar Wyndham. 

"Called to the Bar, Inner Temple, 1742." (F.) 

Theophilus Goodfellow. OT. 5 May, 1736. Jft. same 
day (fil. Francisci G. de Gnilsboro,' Northampton: gen. 
set" 17). (JT.JE. received in the first half of 1736, taken up 
for Battels by Bursar Wyndham, Midsummer 1741. B.A. 
19 Feb. 1739. 

Samuel Kebby. <. 8 June, 1736. JE. same day (fil. 
Benjamini K. de Staplegrove. Somerset: cler. set. 19). 
(H.Jtt. received in the first half of 1736, taken up for 
Battels, Midsummer 1742. B.A. 15 Feb. 1739. 

John Joseph Gagnier. (?T. (? Joseph) 11 Feb. I7|f, 
Oxon. p. 16 Feb. I7|i (fil. Johannis G. de Civ. Oxon : 
cler. set. 16). (.|E. received in the first half of 1737, 
restored 16 May, 1745. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1739. 
Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1738 to 1745 (the first 
election). B.A. 24 Oct. 1740. M.A. 2 July, 1743. 

William French. OT. 3 March, I7ff Somerset. Jft. 
22 Oct. 1736 (fil. Gulielmi F. de Merriott, Somerset: pleb. 
set. 19). He was admitted Serviens from Somerset 8 Oct. 
1736, and his C.Jtt. was received as Servitor in the last 
half of 1736, restored by Bursar Thomas ; Hody (Greek) 
Exhibitioner 1738 to 1740 (the first election); B.A. 
7 June, 1740; but having absented himself from three 
successive examinations, he was deprived of his Hody 
Exhibition 31 July, 1740. 



Lightfoot Gaverick. Serviens, 10 April, 1736. |E. 
15 April, 1736 (fil. Johannis G. de Ashburton, Devon: 
pleb. a-t. 17). (.|E. received as Servitor in the first 
half of 1736, taken up for Battels, Midsummer 1740. 
B.A. 19 1-V1. 1739. 



WARDEN THISTHLETHWAYT. [1736. 



Elias Whiteare. Serviens, (Whitheare) 12 April, 1736. 
JE. 15 April, 1736 (fil. Aaronis W. de Ashlmrton, Devon : 
pleb. set. 18). (JI.JE. received as Servitor in the first 
half of 1736, taken up for Battels, Christmas 1742. 
B.A. (Whitheare) 20 Oct. 1739. 

Thomas Barlow. Serviens, 12 April, 1736. |E. same 
day (fil. Robert! B. de Moberly, Cestr: pleb. set. 20). 
(JT.JE. received as Servitor in the first half of 1736, 
restored by Bursar Wyndham, replaced in the first 
half of 1741, and again restored by Bursar Wyndham. 
B.A. 22 Oct. 1741. 

Robert Palk. Serviens, 12 April, 1736. |tt. 15 April, 
1736 (fil. Gualteri P. de Ashburton, Devon : pleb. set. 18). 
(JT.JE. received as Servitor in the first half of 1736, 
restored by Bursar Stone. B.A. 20 Oct. 1739. 

Governor of Madras 1763 ; created Baronet 19 June, 1782 ; 
died 1798 ; ancestor of Lord Haldon. In Gent's. May. 68, 
page 445, it is stated that in early life he took deacon's orders, 
which did not, however, prevent his being M.P. for Ash- 
Ijurton. The date 1761 is given for the Governorship. His 
only son Lawrence succeeded to the fortune of General Law- 
rence of Indian fame. 

Francis Lewis. Serviens, 8 June, 1736. JE. same day 
(fil. Breynton L. de Civ. Hereford: pleb. a>t. 17). (JT.JK. 
received as Servitor in the first half of 1736, taken up 
for Battels Midsummer 1742. B.A. 15 Feb. 1739. 

Thomas Fewtrell. Serviens, 6 Nov. 1736. Jft. 4 Xov. 
1736 (fil. Thoime F. de Weston, Somerset: cler. set. 19). 
(JT.JE. received as Servitor in the last half of 1736, re- 
stored Midsummer 1740. 

William Charter. Serviens, 15 Dec. 1736. JE. 16 Dec. 
1736 (HI. (lulielmi C. de Civ. Londin: pleb. ast. 17). 
C.JH. received as Servitor in the last half of 1736, re- 
stored by Bursar Wyndham. Admitted Clerk 20 Oct. 
aged 18, from Middlesex: Clerkship vacant again Mid- 
summer 1739. 



1737.] WARDEN THISTHLETHWAYT. 53 



1737. 

George Poyner Bisse. JF.<. 25 May, 1737. JE. 26 May, 
1737 (til. Jacob! B. de Codicott Bury, Hertford: 
Doctoris, set. 21 ). (ST.JE. received as JF.(. in the first 
half of 1737, taken up for Battels Christmas 1742. 
Incorporated from Trinity College, Cambridge where, 
under date 5 June 1733, is the following entry " Admis- 
sus est Georgius Poyner Bisse, Pensionarius, annos 
natus 17, filius Jacobi Bisse de Codicote in Com: Hert- 
ford : e Schola Westmonast, sub prsesidio Mri Nichols : 
Mro Holme Tutore. B. A. (Cantab) : 1736. M. A. 11 July, 
1740. 

He was son of James B. (1687), and great-grandson of Upton 
B. (1613). He died at Windsor 17 January, 1772, and wan 
buried at Codicote. 



Dennis Bond. <. 25 March, 1737. Dorset. |E. (Diony- 
sius) 29 March, 1737 (fil. Johannis B. de Steeple, 
Dorcestr: arm. set. 18). C.JE. received in the first half 
of 1737, restored 20 June, 1743. Hotly (Greek) 
Exhibitioner 1738 (the first election), to 1743. B.A. 
19 Nov. 1740. M.A. 9 June, 1743. 

He was second son, born 17 April, 1718. Rector of Steeple 
witli Tyneham 3 July, 1742, died unmarried 23 Feb. 1795, 
buried at Steeple, where this inscription has been placed 
" Denis Bond, clerk, Rector of Steeple with Tyneham. Born 
XVII. April, MDCGXVIII. Buried V. March, MDCCXCV." 
Brother of John B. 17 3 ft, and Thomas B. 17fy. Uncle of 
William and Thomas B. 1775. 

Edmund Gapper. &. 26 March, 1737. Somerset. |tt. 
29 March, 1737 (fil. Edmundi G. de Charlton, Somerset: 
gen. get. 37). .|E. received in the first half of 1737, 
restored 12 July, 1745. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1737, 
1738. Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1739 to 1743. Ad- 
mitted a. 28 Sq>t, 1739 from Somerset. B.A. 29 Oct. 



54 WARDEN THISTHLETHWAYT. [1737. 



1740. M.A. 13 June, 1743. Elected $.,#. 1744; JF. 
1745. Elected Sub-Dean 1745, 1746 (having acted as 
deputy for Clavey, elected 1744); Librarian 1751, but 
Costard was elected 15 Aug. 1752 vice Gapper, resigned. 
His Jf. was filled up 30 June, 1753. 

James Moseley. (!T. 30 March, 1737. Warwicensis. 
JE. 2 April, 1737 (fil. Acton M. de Enfield, Stafford: 
arm. set. 17). <.jE. received in the first half of 1737, 
restored Dec. 1744. Admitted . 28 Sept. 1739 from 
Staffordshire. B.A. 4 Nov. 1740. M.A. 9 June, 1743. 

" James M., younger and only brother of Acton M., bought an 
estate called Leighton, near the Mere, married Mrs Ann Sprott 
of the Marsh, near Wenlock, and by her has several children." 

(Shaw II. 276.) 
Brother of Walter Acton M. 1733. 

Charles Hinckesman. <. 18 May, 1737. |E. 20 May, 
1737 (fil. Richardi H. de Bewdley, Vigorn : gen. art. 18). 
(.Jtt. received in the first half of 1737, restored Lady 
Day 1743. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1738. B.A. 17 March, 
1740. 

Brother of Richard H. 1727. 

Peter Maurice. <. 27 June, 1737. |tt. 1 July, 1737 
(fil. Petri M. de Kuthen, Denbigh: cler. art. 16)." (H.pl. 
received in the last half of 1737, taken up for Battels 
Christmas 1744. Elected . 1737. Hody (Hebrew) 
Exhibitioner 1738 to 1741, when his Exhibition was 
declared forfeited 27 Oct. for three successive absences 
from Examination. His Exhibition was not, however, 
filled up till 5 July, 1742, when lie is stated to have re- 
signed. B.A. 16 April, 1741. M.A. 20 April, 1740. His 
Je. ceased to be paid at Midsummer 1741. 

Admitted to Westminster School 1733 ; elected to Cambridge 
1737, but did not take his election. 

Josiah Speke. (C. 28 June, 1737. p. 1 July, 1737 (til. 
Gulielmi S. de Ashill, Somerset: cler. art. 18). (C.fft. 
received in the List half of 1 737: restored 6 July. 1741. 
Guodridti'e Exhibitioner 1738. 



1737.] WARDEN THISTHLETHWAYT. 55 

Nicholas Baker. <&. 26 Jan. 17f|. JE. same day (fil. 
Nicolai B. de Chiselboro', Somerset : cler. yet. ] 8). 
(.jE. received in the first half of 1738, restored by 

c t/ 

Bursar Wyndham. 

Probably son of Nicholas Baker 16|. 

William Cox. <. 7 Feb. 17|f JE. 9 Feb. 17||- (fil. 
Gulielmi C. de Crewkerne, Somerset: gen. set. 17). 
(JI.JE. received in the first half of 1738, taken up for 
Battels Christmas 1740. 



John Latham. Servians, 28 March, 1737. JE. 29 March, 
1737 (fil. Jacob! L. de Frodsham, Cestr: pleb. set. 16). 
(.JE. received as Servitor in the first half of 1737, 
restored by Bursar Wyndham. B.A. 10 Feb. 



Richard Cordery. Serviens, 1 April, 1737. JE. same 
day (fil. Robert! C. de Greenwich, Cant: pleb. set. 17). 
(Jl.JE. received as Servitor in the first half of 1737, re- 
stored Midsummer 1744. B.A. 7 May, 1742. 

Joseph Thorpe. Serviens, 2 April, 1737. Somerset. 
JE. same day (fil. Stephani T. de Lime Regis, Dorcestr : 
cler. set. 20). (JLJE. received as Servitor in the first half 
of 1737, restored by Bursar Thomas. 

James Evans. Serviens, 8 June, 1737. fE. same day (fil. 
Johamiis E. de Kennarth, Carmarth : pleb. set. 18). 
C.JE. received as Servitor in the first half of 1737, 
restored Lady Day 1742. Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 
1739 to 1746. B.A. 16 July, 1741. 

Richard Willis. Serviens, 25 Feb. 17{{-. JE. 1 March, 
17f|- (fil. Richard! W. de Newby Stones, Westmoreland : 
gen. set. 18). (JI.JE. received as Servitor in the first half 
of 1738, taken up for Battels Midsummer 1740. B.A. 
26 Feb. 1741. Admitted Clerk 29 June, 1739 from 



56 WARDEN THISTHLETHWAYT. [1738. 

Westmoreland. His Clerkship became vacant at Lady 
Day 1742. Incorporated of King's College, Camb : in 
1754 : M.A. 1754. 

Subsequently Rector of Hartley Maiulit, Hants, and of West 
Thorney, Sussex, 10 June, 1760, which was vacant in 1785. 



1738. 

From this point the College liegister of Admission of 
Members (otherwise than on the Foundation), ceases, and is 
not resumed till 1806. It is therefore necessary to print the 
names as given in the University Matriculation Kegister, and 
to discover each man's status from the Caution Books. 

Samuel Bethel. JE. 26 April, 1738 (fil. Samuelis B. de 
Dindor, Hereford: cler. set. 17). (.JE. received as <. 
in the first half of 1738, taken up for Battels Mid- 
summer 1743. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1739, 1740. 
B.A. 19 June, 1742. 

Robert Talbot. JE. 29 April, 1738 (fil. Johuimis T. de 
Dray ton, Somerset : gen. set. 18). (jt.JE. received as (ft. 
in the first half of 1738, taken up for Battels Mid- 
summer 1739. 

Robert Thistlethwayte. JE. 17 May, 1738 (fil. Alex- 
andri T. de Compton, Dorcestr: arm. a^t. 17). &.JH. 
received as (ft. in the first half of 1738, increased to 
(&.OL in the first half of 1740, taken up for Battels 
Christmas 1746. B.A. 26 Feb. 1741. M.A. 17 Dec. 
1744. B.D. and D.D. 1 July, 1762. 

He was the 3rd son, born 16 Oct. 1720. Rector of Broughton, 
Hants, died 28 March, 1767. (Hutchins II. 294.) 

Edward Leigh. JH. 17 May, 1738 (fil. Jolmnnis L. de 
Brindle, Lancastr: pleb. a:t. 18). (Jl.Jft. received as 
Servitor in the first half of 1738, increased to (ft. in the 
first half of 1740, restored Midsummer 1742. He was 
the first i'igott Exhibitioner, elected 15 July, 1741 ; his 
successor was elected in 1744. B.A. 10 Feb. 1741. 



1738.] WARDEN THISTHLETH WAYT. 57 

John Dummer. Jft. 23 Nov. 1738 (fil. Ednnmdi D. de 
Lincoln's Inn, Londin : arm. set. 18). GT.JH. received as 
OT. and increased to <.<. in the first half of 1738, 
taken up for Battels Midsummer 1740. 

Robert Phillips. Jtt. 15 Dec. 1738 (til. Robert! P. de Holy- 
well in Civ. Oxoii : gen. set. 16). (JT.JE. received as (JT. 
in the first half of 1738, restored 19 July, 1748. Good- 
ridge Exhibitioner 1739, 1740. Admitted a. 25 Sept: 
1741 from Oxfordshire. Hocly (Greek) Exhibitioner 
1740 to 1747. B.A. 21 Oct. 1742. M.A. 19 July, 1746. 
Elected 13.,-fF. 1746; $. 7 July, 1747. Admitted 
8th and took the oath 17 July. Elected Sub-Dean 1747 ; 
Moderator of Philosophy 1748, 1752; Catechist 1749, 
1753, 1755, 1756 (deputy, Price) 1757 (deputy, Smith). 
On 13th July, 1757, objection was taken to Mr Phillips 
sharing a fine " as he had only sent a servant and was 
not personally present." His ,-/F. was filled up 30 June, 
1768. 

His name is found among the voters at the Parliamentary 
Election of 1768, but lie is not described then as Jf. 



John Westcott. (.|E. received as <. in the first half of 
1738, restored Michaelmas 1739. JE. (Corpus Christi) 
10 Oct. 1734 (fil. Robert! W. de Hatch-Beauchamp, 
Somerset: cler. get. 17). Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 
1738 (first election) to 1739 ; he was deprived, being 
absent from three successive Examinations. B.A. 
22 June, 1738. 




Marben lisle. 



1739. 

Thomas Cooper. |E. 2 April, 1739 (til. Edvardi C. de 
Walton, Lancastr: pleb. set. 18). (.JE. received as 
Servitor in the first half, increased to (. in the last 
half of 1739, finally taken up for Battels in 1743. B.A. 
17 March, 1742. 



John Gould Floyer. |tt. 9 April, 1739 (til. Gulielnii F. 
de Trusham, Devon : cler. eet. 18). <.JE. received as 
(JT. in the first half of 1739, taken up for Battels 
Midsummer 1741. Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1739 
to 1746. Admitted . 28 Sept. 1739. Goodridge 
Exhibitioner 1741, 1742. B.A. 1 Dec. 1742. M.A. 
18 June, 1745. Elected ty.Jf. (Founder's Kin) 1743 ; JF. 
1744. Elected Sub-Dean 20 Jan. 17f (vice Chegwin, 
deceased), and again on 6th Dec. ; Moderator of Phil- 
osophy 1744; Humanity Lecturer 1745, 1746, 1747. 
His ,-^f. was filled up 30 June, 1749, when he was 
beneficed, being Hector of Esher, Surrey 1747, where 
he died 1777. 

Brother of Caleb F. 1748. 



John Southan. |E. f> June, 1739 (til. Georgii S. de Civ. 
Vigorn : pleb. ;et. 18). (C.|tt. received as Servitor in the 
first half of 1739, restored 26 April, 1742. 

Apparently father of John S. 1780. 



John Threlfal. ftt. 5 June. 1739 (fil. GuliVhni T. <lc 
Thistleton. Lancastr: pleb. ;i't. 21). (C.fEl. receix'ed as 



1739.] WARDEN LISLE. 59 

<. iii the first half of 1739, restored by Bursar Wynd- 
ham. B.A. 26 April, 1740. 

Baptised at Kirkham 5 January, 1718. Elected Head Master 
of Kirkham Free Grammar School 1744, "on condition that 
he should not be curate of Kirkham or of any other church or 
parish." There is the following tablet to his memory in 
Kirkham Church 

" Sacred to the memory of 

The Eeverand John Threlfall, A.B., 

who died December xm, MDCCCI, 

Aged LXXXIV years. 
He was fifty-six years Head Master of 

Kirkham School. 

This silent marble is erected as a small token 
of gratitude and affection." 

Chetham Soc. xcu. 

John Culme. pi. oO June, 1739 (til. Benjamin! C. de 
Studland, Dorcestr: cler. cet. 17). C.|E. received as dT. 
in the last half of 1739, restored 19 July, 1748. Ad- 
mitted >. 28 Sept. 1739 from Dorset. Goodridge 
Exhibitioner 1743, 1744, 1745. B. A. 9 May, 1743. 
M.A. 6 June, 1746. Elected $J.,-fF. 1746; jC 7 July, 
1747. Admitted 8th and took the oath 16th July. On 
30 June, 1746, he was admonished for taking his M.A. 
without the Warden's consent. Elected Moderator of 
Philosophy 1747; Catechist on 18th July, 1752 (vice 
AVillim, resigned), and again on 6th Dec. His Jf. was 
filled up on his resignation 30 June, 1754. 

There is a Monument in Studland Church erected in memory 
of the Rev. Benj : C. and his wife and children, which states 
that his daughter Anne was the sole survivor of a family of 
ten in 1772. The sons are placed in the following order 
Charles, Benjamin (see below) John. (Hutchins I. 654.) 

Thomas Barrow. Jtt. 9 July, 1739 (HI. Beruu B. de Mon- 
mouth : pleb. a~'t. 17). (.|tt. received as Servitor in the 
last half of 1730. taken up for Battels Midsummer 1744. 
(iondrid.--,. Exliil'itiouer 1741. B.A. 9 31av. 1743. 



60 WARDEN LISLE. [1739. 



Benjamin Culme. JE. 14 July, 1739 (til. Benjamin! C. de 
Civ. Winton: cler. set. 19). (JT.JE. received as (ft. in the 
last half of 1739, restored 4 Dec. 1740. 

Brother of John Culme above. 

William Price. JE. 10 Oct. 1739 (til. Gulielmi P. de 
Weobley, Hereford: cler. set. 17). (JT.JH. received as 
(K. in the last half of 1739, restored 3 July, 1750. 
Goodridge Exhibitioner 1740. Admitted . 25 Sept. 
1741. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1744, 1747. B.A. 9 
June, 1743. M.A. 24 May, 1748. Elected $.,#. 30 
June, 1749; Jff. 1750: he took the oath on 30 July. 
Elected Humanity Lecturer 1750, 1751 ; Bursar 1752, 
1753, 1757, and 1759 to 1767. On 14 July, 1768, it 
was resolved that " Mr Price, whose Jf . has expired, shall 
still sit at the High Table, even if Chaplain." On 16th 
he was elected Chaplain, and on 21st T. Price was 
chosen Bursar in his place. The Chaplaincy was filled 
up (on his decease) 10 Nov. 1790. 

The Gent's. May. says, "On 8th of Sept. 1790, died at Wadham 
College, Kev. Thomas (? William) Price, having been a member 
of the College upwards of 30 (I 50) years." But see Thomas 
Price 1747. 



Richard Wright, |tt. 13 Nov. 1739 (til. (Hover W. de 
Civ : Vigorn : pleb. aet. 20). (JT.JE. received as Servitor in 
the last half of 1739, taken up for Battels Michaelmas 
1742. 



Richard Dewhurst. JE. 27 Jan. 17|# (til. Laurent!! I). 
de Walton, Lancastr: pleb. a;t. 19). .JE. received as 
<. in the first half of 1740, restored Midsummer 1743. 
B.A. 27 April, 1744. 

John Farnham. JE. 27 Jm. J7# (til. Johaunis F. de 
Llanteglos, Coruub: cler. a:>t. 17). B.A. 14 Oct. 1743. 

John Farnham, clerk, of Treguddle in Lanteglos, married in 
1733 Mary Wymoiul, and was buried 10 June, 17 to, leaving 



1739-40.] WARDEN LISLE. 61 



one son, William : but perhaps this means only one son l>y 
M. W. He had had two wives before her, by the first of 
whom he had a son John, baptised 1722 ; the above William 
(dying 1802) bequeathed Worthevale to his nephew Rev. John 
Farnham of Mawgan (died 1 803). Maclean adds that it appears 
from certain proceedings in Chancery that it could not be found 
who was heir-at-law of W. F. ex paterna. 



174:0. 

Christopher Twynihoe. JE. 26 March, 1740 (fil. Christo- 
pher! T. de Turn wood, i.e. Turnworth, Dorcestr : cler. jpt. 
18). OT.JE. received in the first half of 1740. Hotly 
(Greek) Exhibitioner 1740 to 1744. Admitted . 
22 Oct. 1740, of Somerset, aged 18. B.A. 29 Oct. 1743. 
His *>. was vacant 30 June, 1745. Migrated to Merton. 
M.A. 27 June, 1746. Proctor 1753. 

He died 15 April and was buried 22nd, 1769, and is described 
as "clerk" on the Twynihoe Monument in Turnworth Church. 

(Hutchins III. 472.) 

John Higson. JE. 27 March, 1740 (fil. Kichardi H. de 
Moberley, Cestr: pleb. set. 19). C.JE. received as 
Servitor in the first half of 1740, increased to (!T. in the 
last half of 1742, restored 15 July, 1747. Admitted 
Clerk 15 March, 1741, from Cheshire, aged 18. Good- 
ridge Exhibitioner 1741. B.A. 14 Oct. 1743. M.A. 
7 July, 1747. 

John Windsor, JE. 29 March, 1740 (fil. Johannis \V. de 
Upton, Devon:' cler. aet. 17). (Jl.JE. received as (ft. in 
the first half of 1740, restored by Bursar Gresley. B.A. 
14 Oct. 1743. M.A. 6 June, 1746. 

Thomas Crofts. JE. (liobert) 29 March, 1740 (fil. Johannis 
C. de Monmouth: pleb. a-t. 17). (.|E. received as 
Servitor in the first half of 1740, restored Midsummer, 
1746. Admitted Clerk 3 Oct. 1741, from Hereford, 



02 WARDEN LISLE. [1740. 



aged 18. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1740 to 1742. B.A. 
28 Feb. 1743. M.A. 9 June, 1740. 

Robert Story. JH. 29 March, 1740 (fil. Robert! S. de 
Oxon: pleb. set. ). (H.JE. received as Servitor in the 
first half of 1740, restored Lady Day, 1744. Goodridge 
Exhibitioner 1741. Admitted Clerk 30 July, 1742, from 
Oxfordshire, aged 18. B.A. 13 March, 1743. M.A. 
6 June, 1752. 

He voted as CT. of Wadham at the Parliamentary election in 
1768. Probably brother of William S. 1752. 

Henry Allen. JE. 22 May, 1740 (fil. Henrici A. de Almely, 
Hereford : cler. set. 18). (JT.JE. received as (ft. in the 
first half of 1740, restored Midsummer 1745. Goodridge 
Exhibitioner 1742, 1743. B.A. 23 Feb. 1743. M.A. 
14 Nov. 1747. B.I), and D.I). 15 March, 1769. 

Thomas Bond. |E. 3 Feb. 17|^ (fil. Johannis B. de 
Steeple, Dorcestr : arm. set. 19). (Jl.JE. received in the 
first half of 1741, restored by Bursar Wyndham. 

Fourth son born 4 Sept. 1721 ; he was of the Inner Temple. 
Died unmarried 13 April, 1773 ; and was buried in the Vaults 
of the Temple Church. (Hutchins I. 624.) 

Brother of John B. I7j|^ and Dennis B. 1737, and uncle of 
William and Thomas B. 177"). 

John Coward. JE. 17 March, 17.J-?- (fil. Thorn* C. de Bat- 
combe, Somerset: arm. <et. 18). (JT.JE. received as (*T. 
in the first half of 1741, restored Christmas 1740. 
Admitted &. 25 Sept. 1741, from Somerset, aged 18. 
B.A. 17 Dec. 1744. He had rescued his .. on 30 June 
1746. 

He was third son of Thomas Coward of Spargrove, who was son 
of Thomas Coward of Winchester (died circa 1727) by Grace 
Moor : she was a daughter of Thomas Moor of Spar<jrove, who 
was son of Thomas Moor of Heytsbury by Rachel Wyndham : 
she was a daughter of Sir .John Wyndham, son of .lolm Wvnd- 
ham bv Florence Wadham, sisler of Ihc Founder. 



1741-42.] WARDEN LISLE. 



1741. 

Richard Marshall. JE. 10 Oct. 1741 (fil. Gulielmi M. de 
Ashprington, Devon : cler. set. 18). C.JE. received as 
(. in the last half of 1741, restored 14 March, 1748. 
Goodridge Exhibitioner 1742. Admitted &. 27 Sept. 
1743 of Devon, aged 19. Maddox Exhibitioner 174,3 to 
1745. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1746, 1747: and made 
the Obit Speech in 1748. B.A. 13 July, 1745. M.A. 
16 July, 1748. Elected ^.Jf. 30 July, 1748. On the 
6 Dec. 1748 he was presented to the Vicarage of Hock- 
leigh ; which he resigned in 1776. He resigned his Jf . 
24 March, 17ft . 

Helyar Wadham Wyndham. JE. 3 Jan. 17-H- (fil. 
Thomse W. de Yately, Southampton : arm. set. 17). 
(JT.JE. received as JF.QT. 5 Jan. 1742, restored 23 June, 
1745. He contributed ten guineas to the repair of the 
eastern window of the Chapel in 1742. 

John Pryse. JE. 3 March, 17|4 (fil. Johannis P. de Kerry, 
Montgom : gen. set. 18). (H.JE. received as (JT. 2 March, 
1742, restored 10 Dec. 1750. B.A. 25 Feb. 1745. 



Whitford. (.JE. received as <E. in the first half of 1741, 
restored Christmas 1741. Probably Thomas W. 
JE. (Exeter) 27 Feb. 17ftf (fil. Johannis W. de Pound- 
stock, Cornub : cler. set. 19). 



1742. 

Francis Lernoult. JE. 31 March, 1742 (fil. Philippi L. 
de Civ. Cant. Cant: cler. set. 16). (.JE. received as 
(ft. 5 April, 1742, restored 2 July, 1750. Hody (Hebrew) 
Exhibitioner 1742 to 1750. " Maddox Exhibitioner 
1742. Elected ;. 30 June, 1742 ; but his admission is 
omitted in the Register. Goodridge Exhibitioner 174:5 
to 1748: ho made the Obit Speech in 1740. 



G4 WARDEN LISLE. [1742. 

B.A. 31 Oct. 1745. M.A. 2 June, 1749. Elected $.JF. 
1749, JF. 1750 : he took the oath on 30 July. Elected 
Sub-Dean 1748 and 1749, but on 30 June, 1750, he was 
chosen Dean, to which he was re-elected 1750 till 1756, 
but on 29 Sept. 1757, he was chosen Bursar (vice 
Doughty), and on 6 Dec. Sub-Warden, which office with 
his ,-fF. he resigned on marriage 13 Oct. 1758. Proctor 
1757. 

Thomas More IVIolyneux. Jft. 8 April, 1742 (fil. More 
M. de Guildford, Surr: Eq. fil. natu minor: set. 17). 
(.JE. received as (. same day, restored 10 Dec. 1750. 
Elected g,. 30 June, 1742 : but his admission is omitted 
in the Register. On 21 June, 1750 it was decided that 
" having accepted a Commission in the Guards, and failed 
to reside for more than two years" his *,. should be 
taken away. 

Succeeded his brothel 1 James : elected M.P. for Haslemere 1759, 
17(50, 17(57, 1774 : Major (with the rank of Colonel) in the Third 
Regiment of Foot Guards : died unmarried 3 Oct. 1 776, aged 52. 
(M. and B. p. 98). He has a monument with an elaborate 
inscription in Haslemere Church. Author of Conjunct 
Expeditions 1759. 
Brother of James M. M., see below. 

John Parry. |E. 1C June, 1742 (fil. Thomse P. de Llanhoe 
Hannel, Pemb : gen. a j t. 18). dT.JE. received as (tf. 
15 June, 1742, restored 8 July, 1748. Goodridge Exhi- 
bitioner 1743. Admitted *. 6 Oct. 1744 of London, 
aged 19. Maddox Exhibitioner 1745. B.A. 15 May, 
1746. His . was filled up 30 June, 1748 in conse- 
quence of his death. 

James More Molyneux. jftl. 27 Sept. 1742 (fil. More M. 
de Losely apud Guildford, Surr: Eq. fil. natu max: get. 
19). <.|E. received as JfM. in the last half of 1742, 
restored 15 Nov. 1740. 

M.P. for Haslemere 1754 to 1759, when he died on 24 June in 
his 3Gth year. (M. and B., I. 98). He has the following 
monument in Hash-mere Church 



1742.] WARDEN LISLE. 



Sacred to the Memory of 

James More Molyneux Esq. 

who represented in Parliament 

this antient Borough of 

Haslemere : 

An honour several of his ancestors 

had before arrived at. 

He was eldest son of 

Sir More Molyneux of Losely in this county 

And during the time 

He was a Burgess for this Town 

He fulfilled the important trust 

His constituents were pleased to repose in him 

With spirit, assiduity, pleasure, and fidelity ; 

And died confessedly 
A promising ornament of his family 

and country 
on 24th June 1759 in the 36th year of his age. 

As a lasting memorial of the 
Grateful acknowledgment due to this Corporation 

who conferred upon him 
So distinguishing a mark of their esteem 

This stone is here erected. 
Brother of Thomas M. M. above. 

Richard Woodward. |ft. 21 Oct. 1742 (fil. Francisci W. 
de Grimsbury, Gloucestr : gen. set. 16). (H.pl. received 
as ({. in the last half of 1742, taken up for Battels 
Christmas 1749 ; B.C.L. 10 Oct. 1749 ; D.C.L., 14 Feb. 
1759. 

Dean of Clogher 1763 to 1781. Chancellor of St Patrick's 
1772 to 1778. Rector of Louth 1778. Bishop of Cloyne 1781 
to 1794. Died 1794, aged 67 ; and is buried at Cloyne, 
where in the North Traneept is a monument to him with this 
inscription 

" Sacred to the memory of Richard Woodward, Bishop of 
Cloyne, aged 67, 1794 : whose superior talents, enlightened by 
extensive Learning and invigorated by an active Intercourse witli 
the World, were devoted to the Discharge of his Duty as a 
Citi/en, Parochial Minister and Prelate with the most earnest 
Zeal, soundest Discretion and truest Liberality. He planmd and 

E 



66 WARDEN LISLE. [1742. 

was the principal Institutor of the House of Industry in Dublin 
in 1773. He was an eloquent and distinguished Advocate in the 
House of Peers for the Repeal of the Roman Catholic Penal 
Statutes in 1782, and the Author of the Present State of the 
Church in Ireland, published in 1787 : and is hence justly to 
be denominated the Father of the Poor the friend of Tolera- 
tion, and the Support and Ornament of the Protestant Estab- 
lished Religion." (Cotton I. 303.) 

Thomas Edwards. JE. 27 Oct. 1742 (fil. Thomae E. do 
Ben-lew, Montgom : pleb. ait. If)). (.JE. received as 
Servitor in the lust half of 1742, restored hy Bursar 
Gresley. B.A. 6 June, 1746. 

John Vokes. |E. 4 Dec. 1742 (fil. Johannis V. tie Grot- 
ford, Line cler. ont. 10). C.JE. received as Servitor in 
the last half of 1742, restored 25 May, 1747. Admitted 
Clerk 10 Oct. 1743, from Lincolnshire, aged 16. B.A. 
12 June, 1746. 

William Lee. JK. .10 Jan. 17|f, (fil. Gulielmi L. de Civ. 
Londin : Eq : a^t. 16). (H.JE. received as JfT.. same 
day, restored 28 Sept. 174.'! to Robert Langford. On 
Jan. 16, 17 If he was admitted Jf.OL of Clare Hall, Cam- 
bridge, (horn at St Edmund's Bury), and graduated M.A. 
in 1748. 

Died 1778, and was buried at Hart well, Bucks (Lipscombe II. 
308), where there is the following inscription over the South 
door of the church: "William Lee of Totteridge Park in the 
county of Herts Es<[r. only son and heir of Lord Chief Justice 
Lee and Ann his wife, daughter of Goodwin, Esqr. He married 
Philadelphia daughter of Sir John Dyke of Lullington in the 
county of Kent, Bart., buried 13 Aug. 1778, aged 52 years. 

Robert Blizard. 1. 12 Feb. 17*?, (fil. Gulielmi B. de 
Lambeth, SUIT: gen. ret. 16). (it.Jlt. received as <&. 
same day, restored 14 July, 1749. Goodridge Exhibi- 
tioner 1743. Admitted .22 Sept. 1743 from Surrey, 
aged 16. Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1743 to 1749 
when on 4th July, his death is noted. B.A. 7 Nov. 
1746. His *. was filled up on 30 June, 1749. 



1742-43] WARDEN LISLE. 07 

Edward Thomas. JE. 2 March, 17f-f (fil. Joliannis T. de 
Boxford, Suffolc : cler. aet. 16). (.j$L. received as iT. 

I March, 1743, restored Midsummer 1760. Goodridge 
Exhibitioner 1744, 1745, 1746. B.A. 3 Nov. 1746. M.A. 
19 June, 1749. 

Aaron Baker. JE. 12 March, 17f| (fil. Georgii B. de 
Modbury, Devon: cler. set. ]7). C.JE. received as <JT. 

II March, 1743, restored by Bursar Gresley. Goodridge 
Exhibitioner 1743. Admitted >. 6 Oct. 1744 of Devon, 
aged 19: he took the oaths on 18 Jan. 1744. Hody 
(Greek) Exhibitioner 1743 to 1746. B.A. 7 Nov. 1746. 
He was present at the Hody Examination on 12 Feb. 
17-]- 5-, but died before 30th June, when his . was 
filled up. 

John Chappell. JE. 12 March, 17|| (fil. Robert! 0. de 
Modbury, Devon : gen. set. 16). (ft.JE. received as <. 
11 March, 1743, restored Midsummer 1750. Goodridge 
Exhibitioner 1744. Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1745 to 
1747. He took the oaths as an Exhibitioner 25 Oct. 
1745. B.C.L. 31 Mav, 1750. 



Richard Dickson Lillington. C.JE. received as (ft. 
15 May, 1742, restored 30 Nov. 1749. |E. (Hertford) 
3 March 17-f-^ (fil. Thoinae L. de Winfrith, Dorcestr : gen. 
set. 18). Goodridge Exhibitioner 1742, 1743. Hody 
(Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1742 to 1745. B.C.L. 27 Nov. 
1749. D.C.L. 4 June, 1752. 

One Dickson L., was Rector of Lyghe, Kent in 1758. Preben- 
dary of Netherbury in Terra (Sarum) 2.3 Jan. 1773 : died 1786. 
Brother of George L. 1743. 



1743. 

John Gayman. JH. 2(5 March, 1743 (fil. Joliannis G. tie 
Mannavood i.e. Manavon, Montgom: pleb. u-t. 16). 
C.|tt. recei^( l d a,s Servitor, n^stored !'> Maix-h, 1746. 
I '..A. 27 Feb. 1746. 



68 WARDEN LISLE. 1743. 

Michael Nethlebius Szekelyhidi. JE. 18 April, 1743 
(fil. Joannis S. de Claudiopoli in Transylvania : cler. fil. 
set. 37). He was of Klausenburg (or Kolosvar) in 
Hungary. 

Joseph Deakin. JE. 9 May, 1743 (fil. Isa. D. de Buddely, 
Vigorn: pleb. set. 19). (JI.JE. received as Servitor 
16 May, 1743, restored 9 April, 1747. Admitted Clerk 
23 April, 1744 from Worcestershire aged 20 : in the 
Convention Book his Christian name is Stephen. B.A. 
2 April, 1747. 

Thomas Pym Hales. Jft. 13 June, 1743 (fil. Thomas H. 
de Mote, Cant: arm. set. 17). <.Jtt. received as <. 
11 June, 1743, restored 3 June, 1747. 

The father was third but eldest surviving son of Sir Thomas 
Hales, second Baronet of Bekesbourne, Kent, and married Mary 
daughter of Sir Robert Marsham of the Mote near Maidstone : 
Sir Thomas Pym Hales was eldest son and succeeded his 
father, 6 Oct. 1762 ; was M.P. for Downton, Wilts 1762 to 
1768, and for Dover 1770 to 1773 ; he died without male 
issue 18 March, 1773 : the baronetcy became extinct on the 
death of his brother Sir Philip in 1824. 

Henry Roberts. JE. 30 June, 1743 (fil. Henrici R de 
Droitwich, Vigorn : gen. set. 17). (.JE. received as (fl*. in 
the last half of 1743, restored July 1752. Admitted *. 
6 Oct. 1744 from Worcestershire, aged 18. He took the 
oaths on 7 Jan. 1744. B.A. 2 May, 1747. He made 
the Obit Speech 1750. Elected ft. jf. 1751 ; Jf. 1752, 
admitted on 8th and took the oaths on 22nd July, 1752. 
Elected Sub-Dean 30 June, 1750 (vice Lernoult), again 
on 6th Dec. 1750 and 1751. Humanity Lecturer, 1752, 
1753. Dean (vice Lernoult) 29 Sept. 1757. Moderator 
of Philosophy 1757 (with Baily and Willim as Deputies). 
He resigned his Jf. 30 June, 1701. 

Francis D'Aeth. JH. 21 Aug. 1743 (fil. Thoinre D. de 
Knolton, Cant : Baronetti, set. 18). (ST.JE. received as 5?. 

in the last half of 1743, restored 7 Nov. 1751. 



1743.] WARDEN LISLE. 69 

He was son of Sir Thomas D. of Knolton by his second wife; 
became Vicar of Knolton and of Whitfield 1753 till 1784. 
Eector of Godmersham July 1767 to 1771. Rector of Eythorne 
20 Dec. 1771 ; died unmarried 29 Jan. 1784. 

George Lillington. JE. 14 Oct. 1743 (fil. 111011103 L. de 
Winfrith, Dorcestr : gen. set. 16). (ST.ftt. received as (ST. 
in the last half of 1743, taken up for Battels, Christmas 
1750. Admitted & 6 Oct. 1744 of Dorset, aged 18: 
took the oaths 18 Jan. 1744. Hody (Hebrew) Exhibi- 
tioner 1746 to 1748. B.C.L. 9 June, 1750. 

Vicar of Hampton-in-Arden. Master of Lord Leycester's 
Hospital, Warwick, where he died suddenly 2nd March, 1794, 
in his 68th year, and is buried in the Churchyard of St 
Mary's Warwick, with this inscription 
George Lillington 

Clerk LL.B. 
Died 2 March, 1794 

Aged 67 years. 
Brother of Richard Dickson L. 1742. 

James Gooke. Jtt. 29 Oct. 1743 (fil. Thonue 0. de Cleo- 
bury, Salop : cler. set. 17). (.J&. received as Servitor 
in the last half of 1743, taken up for Battels, Mid- 
summer .... 

Benjamin Kennicott. JH. 6 Feb. 17 if (fil. Benjamin! K. 
de Totnes, Devon : pleb. set. 25). <.JE. received as 
Servitor in the first half of 1744, restored Christmas 
1747. Admitted Clerk 3 May, 1746 of Devon, aged 28 ; 
Pigott Exhibitioner 1744, 1745 : he took the oaths 
11 Oct. 1745. Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1745 to 
1747 : when he vacated it being chosen Jf . of Exeter. 
B.A. 20 June, 1747 by decree of Convocation. Elected Jf. 
of Exeter 30 June, 1747. M.A. 4 May, 1750. B.D. 
4 Dec. 1761. D.D. 10 Dec. 1761, when the King gave 
him a pension of 200 a year. Kadcliffe Librarian 
1767. Appointed Prebendary of Westminster, July 1770, 
which he exchanged for a Canonry at Christ Church on 
1 Nov. 1770. Itesigned his Jf. on marriage 9 Jan. 
1771. 



70 WARDEN LISLE. [1743. 

He was son of the Parish Clerk of Totnes (to whose memory 
he erected a monument in the Churchyard there with an 
inscription from his own pen,) born 4 April 1718, educated in 
the Grammar School at Totnes, afterwards Master of the Charity 
School : there he practised bell-ringing and composed Sacred 
Music and taught the choir to sing. (Lysons, Devon, p. 535.) 
He won his B.A. degree and his Fellowship by a dissertation 
on the Tree of Life and the Oblations of Cain and Abel. 
He was Vicar of Menheniot 18 Nov. 1771, but resigned in Dec. 
1781 ; preacher at Whitehall. Vicar of Culham. He died 
18 Aug. 1783, (Boasep. 103.) 

He undertook the enormous work of examining the Hebrew 
MSS. of the Bible and finally brought out the Hebrew Bible 
with Prolegomena and various readings in two vols. folio 1776 
and 1780. But while the work was in progress he had brought 
out specimens of his researches from time to time, " The 
state of the printed Hebrew Text of the O.T. considered," Oxon. 
2 vols. 1753-9. Annual Accounts of a Collation of Hebrew 
MSS. 1761-9, collected 1770. Dissertatio Generalis in Vetus 
Testamentum Hebr., Oxon. 1780. Besides his controversy with 
Home he had a Correspondence with an Abbe (Rome) 1771-3 
and a Letter to J. D. Michaelis on his strictures on the Edition 
of 1777, and pamphlets were interchanged between him and our 
(i.e. Cantab.) T. Rutherford (John) on the Samaritan Penta- 
teuch 1761-2. (Wordsworth Schol Acad., p. 169.) 

Samuel Knight. |tt. 13 Feb. 17-|-J (til. Simonis K. de 
Cudworth, Somerset: plel>. set. 18). (&.JE. received us 
Servitor in the first half of 1744, restored Midsummer 
1747. B.A. 23 March, 1747. 

James Price. JE. 15 Feb. 17 If (fil. Thomas P. de Llan- 
vechan, Brec : pi eh. ret. 18). (JI.JE. received as Servitor 
in the first half of 1744, restored by Bursar Jones. 
Migrated to Christ Church as Servitor 20 Oct. 1744. 
B.A. 24 Oct. 1747. 

Henry Willes. JE. 14 March, 17|f (fil. Edvardi W. Episc., 
Bathon: sot. 17). CJtt. received as <tf. in the first half 
of 1744, restored Michaelmas, 1749. B.A. 7 Nov. 1740. 
M.A. 8 July, 1749. 



1743.J 



WARDEN LISLE. 



71 



He was son of the Bishop of Bath and Wells, born at West- 
minster. Rector of North Okendon, Essex, 19 Nov. 1750 : of 
Lee, Essex, 21 Feb. 1763. Prebendary of Warminster (Wells), 
25 Oct. 1755 ; Chancellor 31 Oct. 175o; Precentor 5 Aug. 1757 
till 1773. 
Brother of William W. 1747. 




Marten 



Joseph Smith, p. 16 May, 1744 (fil. Joseph! S. de 
Caistor, Lincoln : pleb. set. 19). C.|E. received as 
Servitor in the last half of 1744, increased to (ft. in the 
first half of 1745, restored Midsummer 1750. 

Christopher Hildyard. p. 16 May, 1744 (fil. Christopher! 
H. de Grasby, Lincoln: cler. ret. 16). (H.JE. received as 
Servitor in the last half of 1744, increased to (ft. in the 
first half of 1745, restored 14 Feb. 1748. B.A. 4 May, 
1748. 

Alexander Catcott. p. 24 Oct. 1744 (fil. Alexandri C. 
de Stopford, Bristol, Somerset : cler. set. 18). dLJE. 
received as (ft* in the last half of 1744, restored 
18 March, 1760. Admitted . 24 Sept. 1745 of Somerset, 
aged 19 : he took the oaths on 12 Oct. 1745. Maddox 
Exhibitioner 1746. Hody (Hejbrew) Exhibitioner 1747 
to 1750. B.A. 18 June, 1748. He resigned his 5. 
30 June, 1750. 

Vicar of Temple in Bristol and Chaplain to the Earl of Buclian. 
Died 12 Jan. 1779. 



John Cox. ei.p. received as <. in the first half of 1744, 
restored 1 Nov. 1748. p. (Trinity) 7 May, 1742 (fil. 
Johannis C. de Oxon : pleb. set. 16). Goodridge Exhibi- 
tioner 1744. B.A. 20 March, 17|t- M.A. (New) 
11 Nov. 1748. B.C.L. (St Mary Hall) 30 Oct. 1773. 
Assessor of the Vice-Chancellor's Court 1773. Vice- 
Principal of St Mary Hall. Admitted Chaplain of 



1744-45.] WARDEN WYNDHAM. 73 

Magdalen 24 March, 1787, resigned 1788. Rector and 
' Lecturer at St Martin's (Carfax) : Chaplain to the liad- 
cliffe Infirmary. 

Rector of West Buckland, Devon : died 30 Nov. 1792, (?) aged 72, 
in St Giles, Oxford. A tablet on the South wall of St Giles 
Church has this inscription : " To the memory of her revered 
and beloved parents, the Rev. John and Jane Cox this monu- 
ment is raised by their affectionate daughter Jane Lee. The 
former died Nov. 30. 1798, aged 70 (sic) years, the latter died 
April 26, 1800, aged 76 years." (Bloxam II. 177.) 

Samuel Gooding. (JI.JE. received as Servitor in the first 
half of 1744, restored by Bnrsar Wyndham. |E. (Good- 
inge, Balliol) 27 Feb. 17|| (fil. Devereux G. de Fawley, 
Buckingham: cler. set. 21). B.A. (Wadham) 28 Feb. 

1 ^7 A3 

-L t 4 4. 

(Edward) Pember. (C.Jtt. received as <. in the last half 
of 1744, restored Midsummer 1750. JE. (Edward P. 
Magdalen Hall), 17 March, 17-ff- (fil. Johannis P. de Civ. 
Vigorn : gen. ret. 17). Goodridge Exhibitioner 1744, 
1745, 1746. Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1746 to 1749. 
B.A. 4 Nov. 1747. 

1745. 

Thomas Bassett. Jtt. 3 April, 1745 (fil. Christopher! B. 
de Lanlay, Glani: pleb. ret. 19). C.JE. received as (JT. 
in the first half of 1745, restored 7 June, 1749. 

John Griffiths. |E. 3 April, 1745 (fil. Caroli G. de Newport, 
Monmouth : pleb. a j t. 20). (.JE. received as (. in the 
first half of 1745, restored 9 Dec. 1749. 

William Moore. |E. 5 April, 1745 (fil. Francisci M. de 
South Tawton, Devon: gen. ret. 17). (.pt. received as 
<. in the first half of 1745, restored 1 July, 1751. 
Goodridge Exhibitioner 1745 : he took the oaths 12 Oct. 
1745. Admitted *. 26 Sept. 1746 of Devon, aged 16 
(?): he took the oaths 15 July, 1746. B.A. 17 Nov. 
1748. M.A. 27 June, 1751. His *. was vacant by 
resignation oO June, 1750. 



74 WARDEN WYNDHAM. [1745. 

George Downing. JE. 18 May, 1745 (fil. Dickson D. de 
Denmark platea, Londin: gen. set. 16). <!LJE. received 
as OL in the first half of 1745, restored 24 April, 1756. 
Admitted j. 24 Sept. 1745, of London, aged 16 : he 
took the oaths on 12 Oct. Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 

1746 to 1750. B.A. 11 Feb. 1748. M.A. 2 Nov. 1751. 
He was admitted to the High Table, 27 May, 1754. 

His anus were placed in the windows of the Ante-Chapel by 
his kinsman Rev. George Downing Bowles Barry of 10 argent 
and vert, a griffin segreant or. 

James Scott. JE. 30 May, 1745 (fil. Gulielmi S. de Ports- 
mouth, Hampton : cler. set. 18). (JI.JE. received as 
Servitor in the first half of 1745, restored Midsummer 
1749. Admitted Clerk, 14 July, 1746 of Winchester, 
aged 19: he took the oaths 14 July, 1746; his clerkship 
was vacant 19 Feb. 1748. Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 

1747 to 1749. B.A. 11 Feb. 1748. M.A. 5 July, 1757. 

" Died in Welbeck St. Rev. J. S., of Itchin near Southampton, 
6 April, 1794. He came to town upon his daughter's marriage 
with the Earl of Oxford at whose house he died." (Gent's. Mag.) 

William Pagett. JE. 19 June, 1745 (til. Johaimis P. de 
Chipping Norton, (Jxon : gen. tet. 16). C.JE. received 
as <. in the first half of 1745, restored April, 1754. 
Goodridge Exhibitioner 1745, 1746, 1747. Hody (Greek) 
Exhibitioner 1746 to 1753. B.A. 11 April, 1749. 

"At Totteridge Herts, aged 71, died Rev. William Pagett, 
Rector of North Wing-field, co. Derby." (Gent's. Mag. 12 Dec. 
1798.) 

Williams Allen. JE. 16 Jan. 17|-f (fil. Henrici A. de 
Almely, Hereford: cler. ;et. 18). (JT.JE. received as (. 
15 Jan. 17-fJ, taken up for Battels Midsummer 1751. 
Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1748 to 1750. B.A. 10 Nov. 
1749. 

Samuel Foster. JE. 7 Marcb, 17;};} (fil. Nathan. F. de, 
Crewkhorne, Somerset: cler. a>t. 17). (JT.JE. received 
as (F. 5 March, I7ji, restored by Bursar W. Price, 
Admitted s,. 26 Sept. 1746, of Somerset, aged 18: but he 



1745.] WARDEN WYNDHAM. 



took the oath on 15 July, 1740. Maddox Exhibitioner 
1747, 1748. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1749, 1750, 1751, 
1752. B.A. 10 Nov. 1749. M.A. 14 July, 1753. D.C.L. 
3 July, 1765. Elected ^.,-ff. 1753 : admitted Jf. 9 July, 
1754: he took the oath 13th July. Elected Sub-Dean 
1752 and 1753. Moderator of Philosophy 1754, 1755. 
Humanity Eeader 1756. Bursar 1758, 1762, 1763. Sub- 
Warden 1761 and 1764, till he resigned his ,-fF. 30 June, 
1765, and was succeeded 1 July by Price. Itegistrar of 
the University from 1761 to 1797. 

Buried at Holy well, Oxford, 15 Nov., 1797. 
Father of Samuel F. 1784. 

John Sampson. JE. 10 March, 17ff (fil. Henrici S. de 
Bruton, Somerset : cler. set. 17). (JT.JE. received as (. 
12 March, 17-f|, transferred to his brother Henry in 
first half of 1750. Admitted &. 26 Sept. 1746, from 
Somerset, aged 16 (?) : took the oath 15 July, 1746. 
Goodridge Exhibitioner 1748, 1749. B.A. 27 Oct. 1749 ; 
M.A. (Merton) 30 May, 1753. 

Rector of Croscombe, Som., 1754, died Oct 1, 1779 ; succeeded 
by his brother Henry S., (1750). 

Edward Duke. |E. 19 March, 17^ -g- (fil. Georgii 1). de 
Andover, Hampton : gen set. 18). .JE. received as (ft. 
same day, restored by Bursar Jones. B.A. 27 Oct. 1749. 

Of Lake, Wilts., bapt. 1731, married 1771, died 1797. (Hoare.) 

Richard Brown. |E. 22 March, 17|-f (fil. Thomas B. de 
Froom, Somerset : pleb. at. 18). (JT.JE. received as (f. 
same day, restored Midsummer 1751. B.A. 10 Nov. 
1749. 



(Henry) Strudwick. GLJE. received as <. in the first 
half of 1745, restored 16 April, 1747. Jtt. (Hertford) 
2 March, 17f| (fil. Henrici S. de Alford, SUIT: cler. a-t. 
17). Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1745, 1746 : he took 
the oath 25 Oct. 1745. 15. A. 6 April, 1747. 



76 WARDEN WYNDHAM. [1745-46. 

Henry Danvers Doughty. (JT.JE. received as (. in the 
first half of 1745, taken up for Battels, Midsummer 1750. 
JE. (Merton) 9 Nov. 1744, (til. Henrici 1). de Broad well, 
Gloucester gen. set. 19). Admitted . 24 Sept. 1745, 
of Gloucestershire, aged 20 : he took the oath, 12 Oct. 1745. 
Goodridge Exhibitioner 1748, 1749. B.A. 18 July, 1748. 
M.A. 13 July, 1751. Elected ^.JF. 1751 ; Jf. 1752 : he 
was admitted 8 July, took the oath 22 July : but on 
the following day being brought before the Fellows, 
though he pleaded condonation in his election as actual 
Fellow, and that five absolute Seniors were required to 
be present, he was for his faults " to depart from the 
College and remain away till Michaelmas twelve month, 
and then to bring a testimonial." Elected Librarian 
1753. Bursar 1754, 1755, 1756, but he resigned his Jf. 
29 Sept. 1757. 

On a flat stone in Broachvell Church is the following 
Here lyes interred the Body of 

Henry Danvers 

Doughty Hodges Esq. 

Who died June 15, 1777. 

Aged 51 years. 

(Samuel) Guise. (H.JE. received as (. in the first half of 
1745, restored after Midsummer 1749 by Bursar Wynd- 
ham. JE. (Christ Church) 17 Jan. 17f4 (fil. Samuelis G. 
de Chipping Wycombe, Buckingham: cler. set. 16). 
Pigott Exhibitioner 1746. 



1746. 

Fhocion Henley. JE. 7 April 1746 (fil. Johannis H. de 
Abbots Walton, i.e. Wotton, Dorcestr: arm. ;i't. 18). 
(JT.JE. received as (ft. May, 1746. Goodridge Exhibi- 
tioner 1748. B.A. 14 Feb. 1749. 

Hector of St Andrews by the Wardrobe, London, 1759 
(Hutchins II. 264). Died Aug. 29. 1764 " of a contagions fever, 
caught by visiting one of his poor parishioners." 

(Malcolm II. 364.) 



1746.] WARDEN WYNDHAM. 77 

Roe King. p. 7 April, 1746 (fil. Johannis K. tie Sher- 
bourne, Dorcestr: pleb. ret. 19). C.|ftl. received as 
Servitor 3 May, 1746, afterwards increased to <JL, restored 
29 June, 1748. B.A. (All Souls) 6 March, 1749. 

John Gough. JE. 10 April, 1746 (fil. Johannis G. de Civ. 
Hereford: pleb. ret. 18). <2L|E. received as (. 6 May, 
1746, restored 15 July, 1755. Goodridge Exhibitioner 
1746. Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1747 to 1753. B.A. 
14 Feb. 1749. 

Charles Hughes. |E. 10 April, 1746 (fil. Caroli H. de 
Brecknock: gen. ret. 17). .j&. received as (. 6 May, 
1746. 

He died 5 May, 1756, in his 28th year and is buried at Breck- 
nock. (Jones II. 57.) 

Richard Davies. |tt. 30 Oct. 1746 (fil. Eichardi D. de 
Kerry, Montgom : cler. ret. 16). (Jl.Jft. received as (. in 
the last half of 1746, restored 13 June, . B.A. 13 Nov. 
1750. 

William Slade. JE. 6 March, 17ff- (fil. Johannis S. de 
Warminster, Wilton : arm. ret. 17). C.JE. received as 
(ft. same day, restored Lady Day 1754. B.A. 13 Nov. 
1750. 

One W.S. was Perpetual Curate of Horsingham, Wilts, 1762 : 
also, incumbent of Corsley, Wilts, 1774 till his death about 
1783. 

George Rattue. Jtt. 12 March, 17ff- (fil. Georgii E. de Civ. 
Sarum : pleb. eft. 20). (.JE. received as Servitor 
March, 1747, restored by Bursar AYyndham. Admitted 
Clerk 25 Sept. 1747 of Salisbury: he took the oath on 
26 Oct.; his clerkship was vacant 3 April, 1751. 

Samuel Watson. |E. 20 March, 17ff (fil. Gulielmi W. de 
Whitchurch, Salop: cler. ret. 19). <.|E' received as (!T. 
same day, restored 10 July, 1749. Goodridge Exhibi- 
tioner 1747, 1748. 



78 WARDEN WYNDHAM. [1747. 



1747. 

Thomas Price. JE. 8 April, 1747 (fil. Davidis P. de 
Bewdley, Vigorn : cler. vet. 17). (.JE. received as (ft. 
April, 1747, restored 11 July, 1754. Admitted &. 

25 Sept. 1747, from Worcestershire, aged 19: he took the 
oath 26 July, 1747. Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1750 
to 1752. Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1752 to 1755. 
B.A. J3 Nov. 1750. M.A. 14 July, 1758. Elected 
13.,-jF. 1753, jF. 1754; admitted 9 July, and took the 
oath 13 July. Deputy Catechist (for Phillips) 1750. 
Deputy-Dean (for Baily) 1757. Librarian 1758, and 
1767 : on 21 July, 1768, he was elected Bursar vice W. 
Price. Catechist 1769 to 1772, during which years he 
was also deputy Librarian (for Baldwin). He resigned 
his jF. " on the spot " 80 June, 1 774. 

"On the 8th of Sept. 1790, died at Wadham College, Rev. 
Thomas Price, having been a member of the College upwards 
of 30 years " (Gent's. Mart.) ; but this probably refers to William 
Price, 1739. 

Richard Prosser. JE. 2 June, 1747 (fil. Johannis P. de 
Momnouth: gen. set. 17). (H.fE. received as (0*. 27 May, 
1747, restored Midsummer, 1754. (ioodridge Exhibi- 
tioner 1747, 1748, 1749. B.A. 1 March, 1750. 

William Baily. JE. 2 June, 1747 (fil. Johannis B. de 
South Cadbury, Somerset: cler. a?t. 17). C.JE. received 
as OT. 21 May, 1747, restored 11 July, 1754. Admitted 
&. 25 Sept. 1747 from Somerset, and took the oath 

26 Oct. Maddox Exhibitioner 1749. Hody (Hebrew) 
Exhibitioner 1750 to 1755. B.A. 24 Jan. 1750. M.A. 
19 Oct. 1753. Elected |).jp. 175:5. Admitted ,-ff. 
9 July, 1754: lie took the oath on 13 July. Elected 
Librarian 1754, 1755. Moderator of Philosophy 1756 
arid (as deputy for Eoberts) 1757, deputy (for Foster) as 
Humanity Lecturer 1756. Dean 1757. He resigned his 
,-/f. on marriage 30 June, 1758. 

Rector of South Cadlmry 31 July 1757: last signature as 
Rector 17S(>. 



1747.] WARDEN WYNDHAM. 79 

William Willes. JE. 2 June, 1747 (fil. Edvurdi W. do 
Sti Martin, Londin: Episc. t. 15). C.JE. received as (ft. 
in the first half of 1747. B.A. 27 Feb. 1749. M.A. 
20 June, 1753. 

He was son of the Bishop of Batli and Wells. Rector of 
Christian Mai ford, Wilts, for nearly 60 years, to which parish 
he bequeathed 100 for the poor. Prebendary of Cunipton 
Dundon (Wells), 14 Oct. 1757 to 1761, Chancellor of Wells 3 Oct. 
1758 to 1761. Archdeacon of Taunton 31 Dec. 1760 to 1767. 
Archdeacon of Wells, 20 Oct. 1767, died 12 May, 1815 ; buried 
at Christian Malford with the following Epitaph 
Near this Monument are deposited the Mortal remains of the 
Rev. William Willes M.A. Archdeacon of Wells and Rector of 
this extensive parish, who died May 12th, 1815, aged 84 years. 
He performed the duties of his Holy Office with unexampled 
zeal, and unaffected devotion for the space of nearly 60 years, 
and until the period of his decease. This Monument was 
erected by his sorrowing widow and children, to the memory 
of an affectionate husband, a kind father, a zealous Pastor, and 
an honest man. 

" An angel's arm can't snatch him from the grave ; 

Legions of angels can't confine him there." 
Brother of Henry W. 17]f. 

Thomas Bennett. |E. 4 June, 1747 (fil. Thonue B. do 
Norton Bavant, Wflton : arm. n-t. 18). (.|E. received as 
,-fF.(!T. in the first half of 1747, restored Midsummer 
1754. 

He was apparently eldest surviving son of T. B. by Etheldred 
daughter of Archbishop Wake : he was of Pythouse, and re- 
purchased Norton Bavent : died 1797, aged 68, and is buried at 
Norton with this Epitaph 

" Also of Thos. Benet of Pythouse and also of this place 
Esq. He was D.L. and a magistrate for this County, and 
also High Sheriff : obt. 16 May, 1797. ^Et. 68." 

Thomas Evans. |E. 24 Oct. 1747 (fil. Thoime E. de Lang- 
ford Bud vile, Somerset: cler. a-t. 18). (.JE. received as 
<. in the last half of 1747, taken up for Battels, Mid- 
summer 1751. 



80 WARDEN WYNDHAM. [1747. 

Edward Cox. JE. 4 Nov. 1747 (fil. Edvardi C. de 
Gillingham Dorcestr: pleb. set. 20). C.JE. received as 
(ft. in the last half of 1747, restored 27 Jan. 1748. 

James StiUingfleet. JE. 20 Jan. 17-J (fil. Jacobi S. de 
Civ. Vigorn : gen. set. 18). (H.JE. received as (ft. in the 
first half of 1748, restored 16 Dec. 1751. Admitted . 
23 Sept. 1748, from Worcestershire, aged 18 : he took the 
oath 6 March, 17-J-f Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1750, 
but he vacated it by being elected ,-fF. of Merton 4 July, 
1752. B.A. 10 Oct. 1751. M.A. (Merton) 18 June, 1754. 

Prebendary of Worcester 3 June, 1772 and Vicar of St Martins 
1772. Died 6 July, 1817. His arms were placed in the win- 
dows of the Ante-Chapel by his kinsman Rev. G. D. Bowles 
Argent, on a fess sable between 3 fleur-de-lys gules, 3 leopards' 
faces of the field. There is also a window to his memory in 
Malvern Priory Church. He was author of a Sermon on 
The Christian Ministry and Stewardship, preached before the 
University, June 8, 1760, and The Means of preserving the peace 
of our Jerusalem, preached in Worcester Cathedral on a 
general fast, Feb. 21, 1781. 
Grandson of James S. 1689. 

William Pratt. JE. 20 Jan. 17^ < nl - Daviclis P. de 
Blazely i.e. Blakesly, Northampton : cler. set. 16). (H.JE. 
received as Servitor in the first half of 1748, and restored 
March, 1752. Admitted Clerk 14 Feb. 17^-f of Nor- 
thamptonshire aged 17 : he took the oath on 6 March. 
Goodridge Exhibitioner, 1750. B.A. 21 July, 1753. 

Henry Shove. JE. 4 March, 17H (fil. Henrici S. de 
Ecclesia Christi, Cant : cler. set. 16). (.JE. received as 
(ft. in the first half of 1748, restored 8 July, 1755. 
Nominated the first Somerscales Exhibitioner by Bishop 
Lisle for four years from the 4th March 17|-J. Hody 
(Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1748 to 1755. Admitted . 
23 Sept. 1748 from Canterbury, aged 18: he took the 
oath 6 March, 17-*-* B.A. 2 Nov. 1751. M.A. 9 July, 
1755. Elected ^Mf. 1754; Jf. 1755, admitted 2 July: 
took the oatli 12 July. Elected Sub-Dean 1754. 



.1747-48.] WARDEN WYNDHAM. 81 

Librarian 1756 and 1757 (deputies Willim and Lernoult) ; 
he vacated his Jf. by marriage before 30 June, 1759. 

Rector of Sutton by Dover 1766, and of Little Mongeham 1770, 
both which he resigned on being presented to the Vicarage of 
Doddington, Kent, 31 October. 1772 (where lie succeeded his 
father) but he died 10 June, 1773. (Hasted.) 

James Lewis. JE. 22 March, 17f-|- (til. Nathan L. do 
Britford, Wilton: pleb. at. 19). &.JE. received as 
Servitor in the first half of 1748. Became Clerk of 
Corpus Christi College, 26 May, 1748. B.A. 17 Oct. 
1751. 

One J. L. was Rector of West Grimstead, Wilts 1763, resigned 
1768. 

Edward Jones. JE. 22 March, 17f (til. Edvardi J. do 
Machen, Monmouth : pleb. set. liJ). (Jl.JE. received as 
Servitor in the first half of 1748, restored 20 June, 1752. 
Pigott Exhibitioner 1747 to 1750. 



John Harcourt. dLJE. received as ,-ff.(!r. in the first half 
of 1747, restored by Bursar Jones. JE. (Merton) 
13 May, 1746 (til. Henrici H. de Pendley, Hertford: 
arm. set. 18). 

Buried at Albury 14 Aug. 1748. Pendley was a manor which 
came to the Harcourts from the Bards, and is situated in the 
parishes of Tring and Albury. (Clutterbuck I. 285.) 



1748. 

John Freke. JE. 31 March, 1748 (fil. Johannis F. do 
Hinton, Dorcestr : gen. get. 17). (JT.JE. received as (T". in 
the first half of 1748. Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1749 
to 1752. B.A. 2 Nov. 1751. 

Baptised at Hinton 21 Sept, 1730 ; of Hannington, Wilts, and 
Wyke, Dorset. : buried at Ilaimiiigton 1799. (Hutchins IV. 
86.) 



82 WARDEN WYNDHAM. [1748. 

Caleb Floyer. Jfc. 2 April, 1748 (fil. Gulielmi F. cle 
Trusham, Devon: cler. set. 16). (.jE. received as (ft. 
in the first half of 1748, taken up for Battels Mid- 
summer 1749. 

He probably died young as he is not found in the Floyer 
Pedigree. (Hutchins II. 513.) 

Brother of John Gould F. 1739. 

John Crowch. J&. 2 April, 1748 (fil. Johannis C. de Upton 
Lovell, Wilton : pleb. set. 18). (.Jtt. received as (. in 
the first half of 1748, restored 8 July, 1755. Goodridge 
Exhibitioner 1748. Admitted & 29 Sept. 1749, of 
Wilts, aged 19. Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1750 to 1755. 
B.A. 2 Nov. 1751. M.A. 9 July, 1755. Elected $).,-|F. 
1754 ; $. 1755 ; admitted 2 July : took the oath 12 July. 
Elected Sub-Dean 6 Dec. 1755 : but was beneficed by 
23 Nov. 1756, when Smith was elected in his place. 
His JF. was vacant 30 June, 1757. 

He succeeded his father as Rector of Upton Lovell 1755 and 
and died 16 May, 1799, aged 69 years : on a flat stone 

Johannes Crowch, senior, 
Qui sic vixit ut tu moriens vixisses 

Sic obiit ut tu virus optes mori 

Vitam fugientem vidit nee timuit 

Mortem appropinquantem vidit nee doluit 

Oculo irretorto coclos adiit. 

Hoare. 

Charles Smith. JE. 20 May, 1748 (fil. Johannis S. de 
Chichester, Sussex : gen. set. 19). (.pl, received as (ft. 
in the first half of 1748, restored 3 Nov. 1749. Hody 
(Greek) Exhibitioner 1749. B.A. (Merton), 7 Feb. 1752. 

John Bernard. JH. 22 Oct. 1748 (fil. Thomre P. de Earl's 
Colne, Essex: cler. a>t. 15). C.|&. received as <JL 
20 Oct. 1748, restored 17 March, 1756. Goodridge 
Exhibitioner 1749. Admitted *,. 28 Sept. 1750, from 
Essex, aged 17: took the oath 6 May, 1751. Maddox 
Exhibitioner 1750 to 1752. Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 
1753 to 1755. B.A. 19 Oct. 1753. Elected $J.Jf. 1755, 
but died before his admission as actual Fellow. 



1748.] WARDEN WYNDHAM. 83 

John Brooke. Jtt. 28 Feb. 17f (fil. Richard! B. de Shiff- 
nall, Salop : cler. get. 18). (.Jtt. received in the first 
half of 1749, restored Midsummer 1754. B.A. 4 Nov. 
1752. M.A. 14 Nov. 1755. 

Vicar of Shiffnal 1754 to 1772 : resigned, and died unmarried 
at Haughton, Salop. Inscription on a tablet in Shiffnal 
Church 

Rev. John Brooke of Haughton, obt. 14 May, 1786 pet. 55. 
Son of Richard B. 1724. 

Timothy Colebatch. Jtt. 28 Feb. 17f (fil. Timothei C. 
de Weston, Salop : pleb. set. 18). (JLjU. received as 
Servitor in the first half of 1749. B.A. 20 Nov. 1752. 



Edward Stillingfleet. |tt. 13 March, 17 n (fil- Edvardi 
S. de Wolverly, Vigorn : cler. set. 17). (H.fK. received as 
,-fF.(. in the first half of 1749, taken up in part for 
Battels Midsummer 1756. B.A. 20 Nov. 1752. M.A. 
28 May, 1755. 

Incumbent of Lindridge, Wore. 11 Nov. 1760 to 1777. 
Minister of West Bromwioh : afterwards of Bellfield Hall, 
Stillingfleet, Yorks. 

George Gibbs. |tt. 18 March, 17-f-f (fil. Johaimis G. de 
Broadwinsor, Dorcestr : cler. set. 20). (JT.pl. received as 
Servitor in the first half of 1749. Admitted Clerk 
3 April, 1751, from Dorset, aged 20: took the oath 
on 6th May. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1751. B.A 
23 Oct. 1752. 

Brother of Robert G. 1751. 

John Williams. J&. 18 March, 17 ff (fil. Sydenham W. 
de Herringstone, Dorcestr : arm. set. 16). (H.Jtt. received 
as <. in the first half of 1749, restored 12 Dec. 1750. 

Born 18 April, 1729, died 15 April, 1817 (Hutchins II. 525) ; 
but? as to age. On the other hand "died 20 Feb. 1801, Rev. 
John Williams of Malvern, Wore , aged 70." (ft. M<I. 71. 1. 277.) 



84 WARDEN WYNDHAM. [1749. 



1749. 

Walter Roberts. P. 11 May, 1749 (fil. Gulielmi H. de 
Grosmount, Monmouth : gen. ret. 17). C.|E. received as 
<. in the first half of 1749, restored 16 Jan. 1755. 
Admitted &. 29 Sept. 1749, from Monmouthshire, aged 
17 : took the oath 5 Oct. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1751, 
1752. Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1752 to 1754. B.A. 
27 Feb. 1753. On 30 June, 1755, his . was filled up. 
On a lozenge-shaped stone in the Antechapel. Hie jacet 
Gualterus Roberts de Grosmont in Comitatu Monu- 
methensi, Artium Baccalaureus, inter Wadhami Scholares 
Senior; obiit 12 die Decembris, Anno Salutis 1754, 
Aetatis 23. 

Rumney Fenrose. JE. 26 May, 1749 (fil. Rumney P. de 
Civ. Bristol : cler. set. 16). C.JH. received as (. in the 
first half of 1749, restored 2 July, 1751. Admitted . 
29 Sept, 1749 of Bristol, aged 16 : took the oath, 5 Oct. 
His jp. was filled up on resignation 30 June, 1751. Mi- 
grated to St John's as *. 1 July, 1751. B.C.L. 
5 May, 1756. Admitted jf. 1 July, 1754 " resignavit 
societatem, patrimoniuin adeptus" 13 Dec. 1754. 

Rector of St E wen's, Bristol, 1762 to 1786. "Sept. 1786 Lately 
dead, Rev. llumiiey Penrose, LL.B., Rector of St Ewen's, 
Bristol, Chaplain to the Earl of Xorthesk and formerly Fellow 
of St John's College, Oxford." (G. Mag. 1786, if. 809.) 

William Knight, JH. 9 Aug. 1749 (til. Roberti K. de 
Lasieborough i.e. Luxborough, Essex : arm. tet. 18). (.|ft. 
received as Jf.<. same day : taken up for Battels Lady 
Day 1754. 

This would seem to be a son of Robert Knight, first Lord 
Luxborough, and Earl of Catherlow, but the title of Lux- 
borough dates from 1746 : if he was of that family he died sj). 

George Smith. JE. 13 Dec, 1749 (fil. Georgii S. de 
Kilpeck, Hereford : gen. a*t. 16). GT.JU. received as (fl*. 
same day, restored Midsummer 1757. Hody (Greek) 
Exhibitioner 1750 to 1757. Admitted . 27 Sept. 1751 



1749-50.] WARDEN WYNDHAM. 



from Hereford, aged 18 : took the oath, 10 Nov. B.A. 
(Smyth), 19 Oct. 1753. M.A. 16 July 1757. Elected 
^3. JT. 1756 ; admitted Jf. 2 July, 1757 : took the oath 
12 Oct. Elected deputy Sub-Dean (for Crowch) 1755, 
for Lingen 1756, deputy Catechist (for Willim) 1757, 
Moderator of Philosophy 1758. Librarian 1759 (Bethell 
deputy) Dean 1764 ; Sub-Warden 1765. Proctor 1765. 
His jK expired 30 June, 1779. 

John Pester. |ft. 27 Jan. 17-i (til. lioberti P. de 
Stocklinge, Somerset : cler. set. 17). C.|E. received as 
(#. in the first half of 1750, restored Midsummer 1755. 
Admitted >. 28 Sept. 1750, from Somerset, aged 17 : 
took the oath 11 March, 1752. On 8 June, 1754, he 
was removed from the Foundation " for disaffection for 
wearing such marks of distinction 25 June, 1753, and 
again at the late county election." He had his grace for 
B.A. as (ft. 7 Feb. 17f-| and graduated the same day. 

Son of Robert P. 1713. 



John Davies. (H.JE. received as ,-fF.<. some time between 
Midsummer 1750, and Midsummer 1751, and restored 
by Bursar Jones : but there is no entry among matricula- 
tions or graduates to fit this. 



175O. 

Ralph Lingen. |E. 28 March, 1750 (til. Henrici L. de Civ. 
Yigorn: gen. at. 18). (.|E. received in the first balf of 
1750. Admitted . 28 Sept. 1750, of Worcester, aged 
18 : took the oath 6 May, 1751. Goodridge Exhibitioner 
1751 to 1754. He had half the Somerscales Exhibition 
in 1754. B.A. 2 Nov. 1753. M.A. 16 July, 1756. 
Elected ^3.JF. 1755. Admitted Jf. 5 July, 1756 : took 
the oath 14 July. Elected Sub-Dean 1756, Moderator of 
Philosophy 1759. His JF. was vacant by resignation, 
30 June, 1764. 

Rector of Rock, Wore, from 11 Oct. 17G4 to 1770. (Xasli I. 54.) 
Father of Henrv L. 1783 ; and urandfather of Henrv L. 181U. 



86 WARDEN WYNDHAM. [1750. 



William Brittain. JE. 5 April, 1750 (fil. Gulielmi B. de 
Bromsgrove, Vigorn : gen. a^t. 18). (ST.JE. received as (ft. 
in the first half of 1750, restored Nov. 1760. B.C.L. 
18 Nov. 1760. 

Thomas Fowle. JE. 23 May, 1750 (til. Thomas F. de 
Pewsey, Wilton: cler. set. 27). (JT.JE. received as (ft. 
in the first half of 1750, restored Midsummer 1757. 
B.C.L. 25 June, 1757. 

One T. F. was incumbent uf Allington, Wilts., 1793, till his 
death, about 1797. 

Henry Sampson, JE. 12 Dec. 1750 (fil. Henrici S. de 
Sherbourn, Dorcestr: cler. set. 17). (JLJE. received as 
(ST., restored 8 July, 1758. Admitted g. 27 Sept. 1751, 
of Somerset, aged 18: took the oath 11 Nov. Good- 
ridge Exhibitioner 1753 to 1756. B.A. 21 June, 1754. 
Somerscales Exhibitioner 1755. M.A. 8 July, 1758. 
Elected ^.JF. 1757. Admitted JF. 7 July, 1758 : took 
the oath 4 Nov. 1758. Elected Sub-Dean 1757 ; Dean 
1758, 1761; Sub-Warden 1759, 1760, 1762, 1763, and 
1766 to 1773; Bursar 1764, 1765; Librarian 1776. 
He resigned his Jf. 30 June 1778. 

" Died in his 70th year the Rev. Henry Sampson, many 
years Rector of Croscombe and Button, Somerset." 

(G. May. 1801, II. 1213.) 

Brother of John S. 17^f, whom he succeeded at Croscombe in 
1780. 



Thomas Willim. JE. 8 March 17|? (fil. Thomse W. de Civ. 
Hereford : cler. <et. 17). .JE. received as <., restored 
8 July, 1758. Admitted &. 27 Sept. 1751 from Here- 
ford, aged 18 : took the oath 12 Nov. 1751. Goodridge 
Exhibitioner 1753 (Williton), 1754, 1755, 1756. He 
received half the Somerscales Exhibition in 1754. 
B.A. 25 Oct. 1754. M.A. 8 July, 1758. Elected 
^3.,-fF. 1757. Admitted ,-ff. 7 July, 1758: took the 
o;ith 19 July. Elected deputy Catechist and deputy 



1750-51.] WARDEN WYNDHAM. 87 



Librarian 1757. Elected Humanity Lecturer 1758 ; 
Dean 1759; Librarian 1760 and 1766. His Jf. was 
vacant on 30 June, 1768. 

In the obituary for January. " At Liverpool, where the Regi- 
ment had just arrived, Thomas Willim, Esq., paymaster of the 
Hereford Militia." (G. Mag. 1816, I. 90.) 

Possibly son of Thomas W. 1724. 



1751. 

Henry Lewis. |tt. 27 March, 1751 (fil. Andrea? L. de 
Amberley, Monmouth : gen. at. 17). (JT.Jtt. received as 
(ft. restored Midsummer 1756. Admitted J. 27 Sept. 
1751 from Monmouth, aged 17 : took the oath 12 Nov. 
1751. B.A. 25 Oct. 1754. He resigned his . 30 June, 
1755. 

" Died at Monmouth in the 62nd year of his age, Rev. H.L. of 
Hyga, near Trelleck, Monm, a very singular, and well known 
character. Possessing by inheritance a very handsome fortune 
which his parsimonious mode of life considerably increased. . . 
he died intestate." (G. Mag. 1795, 1.63.) 

Charles Kipling, JE. 28 March, 1751 (fil. Jolmnnis K. de 
Thame, Oxon: cler. tet. 17). C.Jtt. received as (ft., re- 
stored 13 July, 1757. Admitted J$. 27 Sept. 1751 from 
Oxfordshire, aged 18 : took the oath 15 Nov. Hody 
(Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1751 to 1757. B.A. 25 Oct. 
1754. M.A. 7 July, 1759. Elected ^.tf. 1758. 
Admitted ,-ff. 7 July, 1759 : took the oath on 8 Dec. 
Elected Sub-Dean 1758 and 1762 (Gerard deputy) ; 
Humanity Lecturer 1759 ; Dean 1760 ; Librarian 1761 
(Foster deputy). He resigned his Jf. before 30 June, 
1764. 

Vicar of Oakley and perpetual curate of Chearsely Bucks, 
where he died 30 April, 1810, (Lee's Thame). He has a square 
white marble slab monument attached to the Chancel side wall 
within the Communion space with the following inscription- 
Sacred to the Memory 
of the Rev. Cluu'k-s Kipling A.M. 



88 WARDEN WYNDHAM. 11751. 

formerly a Fellow of Wadham College Oxford 
and Perpetual Curate of this Parish 

Vicar of Oakley 

and Perpetual Curate of Ashenden, Dorton and Chilton 
who died April 30th 1810 
in the 77th year of his age 

also 
Penelope Wife of the Rev. Charles Kipling 

who died July 29th 1820 aged 81 years. 
Father of Charles K. 1786. 

Henry Cornwall Legh. JE. 17 April, 1751 (til. Georgii 
L. de liosthorne, Cestr: arm. a j t. 10). CLJE. received as 
-fF.OT. restored 11 Oct. 1754. Created M.A. 2 July, 
1751. 

H.C.L. of High Legh, born 24 May, 1834, buried at RosthoniCj 
15 March, 1791, Sheriff 1786. (Ormerod I. 462.) 

Richard Bethell. p. May, 1751 (til. Pdchardi B. de 
Com : ? Civ. Hereford : gen. ;et. 17). C.|E. received as 
<#. restored 10 July, 1759. Goodridge Exhibitioner 
1751, 1752. Pigott Exhibitioner 1752. Admitted jo. 
27 Sept. 1753 of Hereford, aged 19 : took the oath 5 Dec. 
Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1755 to 1759. B.A. 7 Feb. 
1755. M.A. 12 July, 1759. Elected $.,#. 1758. Ad- 
mitted ,-fF. 7 July, 1759 : took the oath 16 Aug. Elected 
Sub-Dean, and deputy Librarian (for Smith) 1759 ; Mod- 
erator of Philosophy 1760 ; Humanity Lecturer 1761 ; 
Dean 1762, 1763. He resigned his JP. 30 June, 1771. 

Rector of St Peter's, Wallingford, where he was found dead in 
his bed, 12 Jan. 1806. (G. Mag.) 

Robert Gibbs. pi. 23 May, 1751 (fil. Johannis G. de 
Broadwinsor, Dorcestr : cler. tut. 19). (H.|E. received as 
Servitor, restored by Bursar Pead. B.A. 7 Feb. 1755. 

Brother of George G. IT; 1 *. 

John Baldwin. |E. 9 May, 1751 (til. Andrea- B. de Coreloy, 
Salop: cler. a-t. 16). (.|E. received as (., restored 
13 July, 1759. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1751. Pigott 
Exhibitioner 1751. Admitted ^. 29 Sept. 1752 from 
Shropshire, ;med IS; tu<>k the <>;ith 2 Nov. Maddox 



1751.] WARDEN WYNDHAM. 



Exhibitioner 1753. B.A. 7 Feb. 1755. Somerscales 
Exhibitioner 1757. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1755, 1756, 
1757. Elected ^.JF. 1758. M.A. 12 July, 1759. 
Admitted Jf. 7 July, 1759 : took the oath 13 December, 
1759. Elected Catechist 1759, 1762, and 1763 (Foster 
deputy), and 1764; Humanity Header 1760; Moderator 
of Philosophy 1761 and 1774 (Smith deputy); Librarian 
1769 to 1772 (Price deputy), and 1775 ; but he resigned 
his JF. 30 June, 1776, and White was elected Librarian : 
he was presented to the Vicarage of Southrop, 6 Dec. 
1775, which he held till 1812, when he died on 1 March. 

Jonathan Green. |H. 22 June, 1751 (til. Jonathan G. de 
Leonmestria, Hereford : gen. *et. 20). .|&. received as 
(ft. in the last half of 1751, taken up for Battels 
Christmas 1759. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1752, 1753. 
Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1753 to 1754. B.C.L. ] 3 June, 
1770. D.C.L. 29 Nov. 1783. 



Daniel Widenham. |tt. 10 Oct. 1751 (fil. Thoime W. de 
Limerick in liegn. Hibern : cler. a-t. 19). C.JE. received 
as (ft. in the last half of 1751. Goodridge Exhibitioner 
1752. B.A. 17 Dec. 1753. 

D.W. was collated to the Treasurersliip of Limerick 12 July, 
17f>8, which his father seems to have resigned for him, and 
which he seems to have held till 1791. 



Robert Furcell. JE. 24 Oct. 1751 (fil. Robert! P. de Civ. 
Bristol: cler. a_ j t. 19). (.pl. received as Servitor in the 
last half of 1751, restored Midsummer 1753: replaced as 
<., restored 21 May, 1768. Admitted Clerk, 14 May, 
1752 from Somersetshire, aged 20: took the oath on 
18 July. 



At this period the New Style was accepted in England : and 
thenceforth the year was reckoned to begin on 1 Jan. instead 
<>[ 2f> Ma veil. 



WARDEN WYNDHAM. [1752. 



1752. 

William Hayward. JE. 21 March, 1752 (fil. Gulielmi H. 
de Tewkesbury, Gloucestr: gen. ret. 19). (ST.JE. received 
as (. in the first half of 1752, restored by Bursar Pead. 
Goodridge Exhibitioner 1752. B.A. 14 Nov. 1755. 

John Uttermare. JE. 6 May, 1752 (fil. Robert! U. de Isle 
Abbots, Somerset : pleb. ret. 19). (.JE. received as (ft. 
in the first half of 1752. 

Of Curry Mallet Court House. Robert U. (brother of James, 
1729) was baptised at Curry Mallet, 5 Nov. 1705, and married 
there, to Hannah Mead, 30 Dec. 1729. J.U. was born, 4 Aug. 
1732 and died, aged 72, 19 Nov. and was buried 26 Nov. 1804. 
at Curry Mallet. 

St George Molesworth. JE. 19 Aug. 1752 (fil. Gualteri 
M. de Londin : arm. ret. 21). C.JH. received (George) as 
jf.OL in the last half of 1752. B.A. 3 Dec. 1757. M.A. 
26 April, 1760. 

" 15 April 1796, died at Hamburgh Rev. St G. M. Vicar of 
Northtteet Kent." (G. Mag.) 

Edward Bayley. JH. 23 Oct. 1752 (fil. Isaac B. de 
Chesterton, Huntingdon : gen. ret. 18). (Jl.JE. received as 
<. in the first (?) half of 1752, restored 2 March, 1760. 
Admitted J. 27 Sept. 1753, from Huntingdon, aged 19 : 
took the oath 1 April, 1754. B.A. (Baily), 2 Dec. 1756. 
He resigned his j&. 30 June, 1757. 

"Died at Courtenhall, Northants, Rev. Edward Bayley, D.D., 
Rector of that place, and of Quinton : and for many years a 
most active and respectable magistrate." (G.May. Jan. 1813.) 
Buried at Quinton with this inscription Memorise sacrum 
Reverendi Edvardi Bayley S.T.P. Hujus et viciria; ecclesia; 
rectoris qui in agro Nortliamptoniensi officia benevoli in sacris 
pastoris et justissimi pariter magistratus per annos triginta 
praestitit : obiit nono et septuagesimo anno aetatis, et anno 
Domini MDCCCXI11, 



1752-53.] WARDEN WYNDHAM. 91 



praestantis delicta viri ignorasse velimus : 
nam nemo vitiis sine nascitur, optimus ille 
qui minimis urgetur ; amicus dulcis amansq' 
virtutis jacet hie ; justi prope fautor et aequi ; 
quae lector tibi corde latent mala, corrige, sodes. 

William Story. JE. 4 Nov. 1752 (fil. Eoberti S. de Holy- 
well, prope Oxon : pleb. set. 18). (H.JE. received as 
Servitor in the first half of 1752, restored Midsummer 
1757. Admitted Clerk 2 Nov. 1752, of Oxon, aged 18 : 
took the oath 8 July, 1754. Goodridge Exhibitioner 
1754, 1755. B.A. 9 Nov. 1756. Clerkship vacant 
5 March, 1757. 

Probably brother of Robert S. 1740. 



Edward Fawconer. <.JE. received as (ft. in the last half 
of 1752, restored 16 July 1755. Jtt. (Merton), 13 May, 
1748 (fil. Samuelis F. de Sti Edmundi, Saruin : pleb. 
jet. 17). B.A. (Merton), 7 Feb. 1752. Hody (Greek) 
Exhibitioner 1752 to 1755. M.A. (Wadham), 13 Nov. 

1754. He seems to have been brought in from Merton 
where he was postmaster, vice James Stillingneet 17||-, 
elected Fellow there. 

Instituted Rector of Upwey, Dorset 1754, where he died in 
1802. Author of " Aristoteles et Plato de virtutibus." Oxford 
1752. (Hutchins II. 848.) 

1753. 

John Gibbs. JE. 20 March, 1753 (fil. Eoberti G. de East 
Chinnock, Somerset : pleb. ttt. 18). (JLJE. received as 
Servitor early in 1753, taken up for Battels, Christmas 

1755. Admitted Clerk 23 March, 1754 from Somerset, 
aged 19 : took the oath 2 Dec. 1754. Goodridge Exhibi- 
tioner 1755. B.A 27 Oct. 1756. His Clerkship was 
apparently vacant 23 Nov. 1756. 

John Gabb. |E. 3 April, 1753 (fil. Thoime G. de Sti Laur. 
in Ins. Thanet, Cant : gen. set. 18). C.Jtt. received as 
(. same day, restored Midsummer 1757. Goodriduv 



92 WARDEN WYNDHAM. [1753. 

Exhibitioner 1753. Admitted >. 25 Sept. 1754, of 
Monmouth, aged 18 : took the oath 14 Oct. Maddox 
Exhibitioner 25 March, 1755. B.A. 11 March, 1757. 
His ). was probably one of four vacant in 1759. 

John Floyer. JE. 3 April, 1753 (fil. Caroli F. de par: Sti 
Martini, in Civ. Gloucester : gen. set. 18). (H.jE. received 
as <. same day, restored 4 March, 1754. Elected &. 
1753 ; but died before admission. 

He was born 1733, and was buried at Llandilio Pertholly, 

30 Oct. 1753. 

There is no parish of St Martin in Gloucester but there is a 

Hospital of St Margaret for lepers. 

Nephew of John F. 1722. 

William Western Hugessen. |&. G June, 1753 (fil. 
Gulielmi H. de Provender, Cant: arm. tut. 17). <.Jtt. 
received as Jf.(&, 6 June, 1753, restored Midsummer 
1757. 

William H. of Provenders died 18 Jan. 1753, aged 72 : his son 
married Thomasine daughter of Sir John Honeywood, and 
died 3 June, 1764, leaving only 3 daughters. (Hasted.) 

Henry Manning. JH. 7 June, 1753 (fil. Henrici M. de 
Upton Hellions, Devon : cler. tut. 18). (.JK. received 
as <. in the first half of 1753, restored 9 April, 1754. 
Migrated to All Souls. B.A. 27 Jan. 1757. 

"Died 13 March, 1810, aged 75, Rev. Dr Henry Manning 
late Rector of Stoke-in- Teignhead, and Drewsteignton, Devon : 
the former of which he enjoyed 52 years." (G. Mag. 80, 1. 390.) 

John Simpkinson. |E. 7 June, 1753 (fil. liogeri S. de 
Kingsland, Hereford : cler. a-t. 18). (.|E. received as 
. in the first half of 1753, restored by Bursar 
W. Price. Migrated to All Souls. 13. A. 27 Jan. 1757. 
M.A. (Xew) 19 Oct. 1759 : where one of this name 
vacated a chaplaincy in 1700. 

"Died 17 March, 1815, Rev. J. Simkinson, in his 81st year, 
Rector of < 'lill'r, Kent, ami Vicar of Coliham Surrey." (<!-. May.) 



1753.] WARDEN WYNDHAM. 93 

William Draper. JU. 12 Oct. 1753 (til. Gulielmi I), de 
Haselbury, Somerset : pleb. <et. 28). (JT.Jtt. received as 
Servitor in the last half of 1753, restored 5 June, 1758. 
B.A. 17 June, 1757. One James Draper, Student of 
Civil Law, paid (.JE. 20 May, 1778 ; but he appears as 
William Draper B.C.L. 2 June, 1779: his .j&. being 
restored on 20 June. 

John Glutton. JE. 3 Dec, 1753 (fil. Thoime C. de Pensax, 
Vigorn : gen. jet. 18). (H.JE. received as (JT. in the last 
half of 1753, increased to JF.(JL in the last half of 1754, 
taken up for Battels Christinas 1755. 

Pensax is a cliapelry in the parish of Lindridge : many 
Gluttons are buried there. 

William Forster. JE. 15 Dec. 1753 (fil. Nathaniel F. de 
Crewkhern, Somerset, cler. set. 15). (H.JUl. received in 
the last half of 1753, restored Oct. 1754. Elected Demy 
of Magdalen 1754, resigned 1758. B.A. 17 June, 1757. 



John Feaver. C.JE. received as (ft. 8 April, 1753, restored 
Midsummer 1758. |E. (Balliol) 8 Dec. 1752 (fil. 
Georgii F. de Evershot, Devon: gen. ast. 19). Goodridge 
Exhibitioner 1753. Pigott Exhibitioner 1753. Ad- 
mitted Sj. 26 Sept. 1754: of Dorset, aged 18: took the 
oath 14 Oct. Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1755 to 
1756. B.A. 27 Jan. 1757. His >. was vacant by resig- 
nation, 30 June, 1757. 

Dodington Hunt. C.JE. received as (. 23 April, 1753, 
restored 8 Nov. 1759. |E. (Oriel) 19 Jan. 1753 (fil. 
Johannis H. de Sandford, Somerset : gen. a't. 17). 
Goodridge Exhibitioner 1753, 1754. Pigott Exhibi- 
tioner 1754 to 1760. Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1755 
to 1756. B.A. 25 Nov. 1756. 

Phelp says "Hector of Broad chalk, died 1773" (I. 409), Imt 
his name does not occur among the Rectors in Hoare: he may 
have been curate to Mr Chafy, or perhaps he is D.H. called 
to the Bar (Inner Temple) 1708. 



94 WARDEN WYNDHAM. [1754. 



1754. 

Bennett Allen. JE. 27 March, 1754 (fil. Jacob! A. de 
Yazor, Hereford : cler. set. 17). (.Jtt. received as (ft. 
18 March, 1754, restored 11 July, 1760. Admitted . 
26 Sept. 1754, of Hereford, aged 18 : took the oath 
14 Oct. Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1755 to 1760. 
B.A. 16 Nov. 1757. M.A. 12 July, 1760. Admitted jf. 
10 July, 1760, took the oath 11 July, 1764. On 
llth March, 1760, he had leave of absence for an inde- 
finite time on account of his health. Elected Catechist 
1760 (Forster deputy) 1761; Humanity Lecturer 1762 
to 1764; Dean 1765; Bursar 1776; Sub-Warden 1777, 
1778 and 1779 ; but he abdicated the Sub-Wardenship 
9 July, 1780 (when his JF. expired) and Mr Wills was 
elected in his place. On 6 Dec. 1783, he applied to 
the College for assistance in consequence of misfortunes 
and losses but was refused. 

He was supposed to have a considerable share in the manage- 
ment of the Morning Post, and being challenged by Lloyd 
Dulany, for an article reflecting on his brother, he killed the 
challenger in a duel, fought 18 June, 1782. On 5th of July, 
he was indicted with his second Mr Morris for wilful murder 
at the Old Bailey : but as it appeared that they had made 
every endeavour to evade the challenge, the jury found Allen 
only guilty of manslaughter, and acquitted Morris. Allen was 
sentenced to a fine of one shilling and six months imprison- 
ment. " Of his later life no account is accessible." 

(Did. of National Biog.) 

Author of " The Profession of Piety" and other works by no 
means consonant with the title of this one ; but it may have 
been a Satire. His portrait exists in Dr Griffiths' Collection. 

Wyndham Knatchbull Wyndham. |tt. 28 March, 1754 
(fil.Wyndham K-W.deMersham,Cant: Baronettus,set. 17). 
(.|E. received (20), as Baronet same day, and taken up 
for Battels March, 1756. Created M.A. 8 July, 1756. 

He succeeded his father in 1749 ; was M.P. for Kent, from 
July. 1700, till he died (unmarried) 20 Sept. 1763 aged 20. 



1754.] WARDEN WYNDHAM. 95 

(Hasted) : he was succeeded by his uncle Sir Edward. He 
was grandson of John W. 16<i3, and great grandson of Sir 
Wadliam W. 1626. 

Christopher Boyce. JH. 29 March, 1754 (fil. Johannis 
B. de Barnstaple, Devon : cler. ret. 17). (H.JE. received 
as (ff. same day, taken up for Battels Midsummer 1761 ; 
the balance being paid to his brother Thomas B. (1759), 
22 March, 1763. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1756. Hody 
(Greek) Exhibitioner 1757 to 1759. B.A. (Boyse) 9 Dec. 
1757. 

Brother of Thomas B. 1759. 

James Minifie. JE. 29 March, 1754 (fil. Jacobi M. de 
Staplegrove, Somerset : cler. ret. 18). <.H. received as 
(ft. same day, taken up for Battels Christmas, 1758. 
Goodridge Exhibitioner, 1754. Admitted *. 26 Sept. 
1755 from Somerset, aged 19 : took the oath 3 Oct. 
Goodridge Exhibitioner 1757. Hody (Greek) Exhibi- 
tioner 1755 to 1758. B.A. 3 Dec. 1757. 

Rector of Norton Fitzwarren, Somerset. "24 July, 1789, at 
Goathurst near Bridgewater, died Rev. James M : Rector of 
that place, Norton Fitzwarren, and Staplegrove." 

(G. Mag. 59, II. 763.) 

Sacred to the memory of James Minine, Clerk, late Rector of 
Staplegrove, Norton Fitzwarren, and Goathurst, who died 
July 17th, 1789, aged 54 years." (Thus far the inscription 
stands on a monument with Crest and Arms at Staplegrove, 
whether the rest was ever set up and if so, where, is uncer- 
tain.) " Blessed with a benevolent heart, and chearful temper, 
he executed the office of his function with steadiness ; ever 
ready to administer justice and relieve the distressed. Possess- 
ing a sincere and firm attachment to his friends, he discharged 
the duties of Society with integrity which endeared him to 
a numerous acquaintance and caused his being universally 
lamented, by none more than an affectionate wife who places 
this small testimony of regard to his memory." 
Son of James M. 1724, and brother of Burnet M. 1755. 

George Laughton. JE. 3 April, 1754 (fil. Johannis L. do 
Bridgewater, Somerset : pleb. < r et. 18). (.J&. received as 
Servitor in the first half of 1754. Goodridge Exhibi- 



96 WARDEN WYNDHAM. [1754. 



tioner 1754, 1755. B.A. 24 Nov. 1757. M.A. 8 June, 

1771. B.D. and D.D. 12 June, 1771. 

Vicar of Wei ton, Nortliants, 2 Nov. 1785, where he assisted 
Lord Spencer in forming the "Althorpe Library." Vicar of 
Chippenham, Camb. 1794, J.P. ; where, in the South West corner 
of the Church is the following mural tablet 
" Near this place lie the remains of George Laughton D.D. 
Vicar of this parish who died May 9, 1800, aged 65 years." 
Author of the Ancient History of Egypt ; and Sermons. 

Herbert Phillips. |E. 3 April, 1754 (til. Thorn* P. de 
Hilston, Monmouth : cler. set. 18). (tf.Jtt. received as (JT. 
in the first half of 1754, restored 8 Jan. 1762. 

John Harbin. JE. 30 May, 1754 (fil. Henrici H. de Ware- 
ham Dorcestr: gen. ;et. 19). C.JE. received as CO!. 
29 May, 1754, taked up for Battels Midsummer, 1759. 
B.A. 23 June, 1758. 

Instituted Rector of Hampreston, Dorset, 27 Aug. 1776 : he 
had been Curate of St Leonard's Shoreditch, and married 
Diana, the sister of Roger Coker (1756) who resigned Ham- 
preston in hi* favour ; the Rectory was vacant in 1806, when 
he died suddenly at Wimborne 10 Oct. aged 72. 

Tristram Huddleston Jervoise. fft. 18 Oct. 1754 (fil. 
Kichard J. de Britford, Wilton: arm. et. 18). &.JE. 
received as jF.itf. in the last half of 1754, restored 
23 March, 1757. 

He was of Britford, Wilts, and Herriard, Hants, died unmarried 

31 Dec. 1792. 

Brother of George H.J. 1757. 

George Ryves Hawker. JE. 17 Doc. 1754 (til. Petri H. 
de Upper Wallop, Hampton: arm. u_-t. 17). (.|tt. 
received as (Jt. in the last half of 1754, restored Mid- 
summer, 1760. Admitted *. 14 Nov. 1755 of Hants, 
aged 18 : took the oath on 1st Dec. Hody (Hebrew) 
Exhibitioner 1757 to 1759. B.A. 13 Feb." 1759. He 
resigned his 3. 30 June, 1701. 

Rector of Wareham Dorset, 8 Sept. 1773, died 1789. On a 
marble slab on the North Wall of the Chapel of St Edward in 
tin- Church of St Mary, Wan-ham, is ihe following 



1754-55.] WARDEN WYNDHAM. 97 

"Near this place lie the remains of George Ryves Hawker, 
second son of Peter Hawker, Esq. of Longparish in the county 
of Hants, late Rector of the united parishes of this borough, 
who died September the second MDCCLXXXIX in the 
51st year of his age ; also those of Caroline, his infant 
daughter. This Monument is erected to perpetuate the 
memory of an affectionate husband, a kind father, and a 
faithful friend." 



1755. 

Henry Fenruddocke Wyndham. JE. 21 Feb. 1755 (fil. 
Henrici W. de Compton-Chamberlain, Wilton : arm. set. 
18). Or.JE. received as ,-jF.OL in the first half of 1755, 
restored 7 July, 1762. Created M.A. 22 March, 1759. 

Born 4 June, 1736, educated at Eton : of the Close, Salisbury. 
Mayor of Salisbury, 1771; Sheriff of Wilts. , 1772 ; F.S.A. 1777; 
F.R.S. 1782. M.P. for Wilts., 1796 to 1812 ; died 3 May, 1819. 
Author of Two tours in Monmouthshire and Wales. Description 
of the Isle of Wight. Editor of the Diary of George Eubb Dod- 
ington 1784, and of Domesday Book for Wilts., 1788. 

(Hoare, page 648.) 

John Mill. JE. 26 Feb. 1755 (fil. Johannis M. de Ashburton, 
Devon: pleb. set. 19). CT.JE. received as Servitor in the 
first half of 1755, restored 27 May, 1762, when the 
receipt is signed " Elizabeth Langford " apparently the 
widow of the College Butler. Goodridge Exhibitioner 
1757. 

James Wellington, JE. 17 March, 1755 (fil. Edvardi W. 
de Le Hay, Brecon : gen. set. 17). (.|E. received as {. in 
the first half of 1755, restored Christmas 1759. B.A. 
4 April, 1759. 

John Domett. JE. 22 March, 1755 (fil. Gulielmi D. de 
Crewkerne, Somerset: pleb. set. 19). (JT.JE. received as 
Servitor in the first half of 1755, restored Midsummer 
1761. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1755 and 1757. Admitted 
Clerk, 5 March, 1757, of Somerset, aged 21 : took the 



98 WARDEN WYNDHAM. 1755.] 

oath 2 May. His Clerkship was filled up 7 July, 1758. 
B.A. 5 Feb. 1761. 

Henry Latton. Jft. 22 March, 1755 (fil. Gulielmi L. tie 
York Buildings, Middlesex : arm. jet. 17). (JT.JE. received 
as (. in the first half of 1755, restored 11 Oct. 1760. 
Admitted ,. 19 March, 1756, of London, aged 18 : took 
the oath 5 April. Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1756 
to 1761. Somerscales Exhibitioner 1758. Goodridge 
Exhibitioner 1758. B.A. 13 Oct. 1758. M.A. 5 Feb. 
1762. Elected ^.,-ff. 1759 (being Founder's Kin), but 
he was " seriously admonished." Admitted ,-fF. 10 July, 
1760 : took the oath both on 22 July, 1760 and 7 Oct. 

1761. Elected Sub-Dean 1760, 1761 ; Librarian, 1762 to 
1765. He resigned his ,-ff. on marriage in a letter 
dated 7 July, 1766, and was succeeded as Librarian by 
Stone. 

John Wills. Jtt. 13 June, 1755 (fil. Johannis W. de 
Bridgewater, Somerset : pleb. ait. 19). (JT.JE. received 
as Servitor in the first half of 1755. Migrated to All 
Souls. B.A. 4 May, 1759. 

James Roberts. JE. 27 June, 1755 (fil. liichardi E. de 
Kentchurch, Hereford : cler. net. 15). C.JE. received as 
(. in the last half of 1755, restored 19 July, 1762. Ad- 
mitted 3>. 14 May, 1755 of Hereford, aged 16. Maddox 
(John R.) Exhibitioner 1757. Goodridge Exhibitioner 
1759, 1760, 1761. B.A. 16 April, 1759. M.A. 9 July, 

1762. His *. was vacant 30 June, 1763 (where he is 
again called John). 

Rector of Kentcliurch. Prebendary of Pratum Ma jus (Here- 
ford), 22 June, 1797. Just outside the south door of the 
Church at Kentcliurch is his tomb with a lion rampant, bear- 
ing a sword carved at each end, and with the following 
inscription 

" Underneath are deposited 

The Remains of the Rev. James Roberts, M.A. 

45 years Rector of this Church and Prebendary of Hereford. 

He died March 11, 1816, aged 76. 
He was thro' life much esteemed and revered. 



WARDEN WYNDHAM. 



Also llie Remains of Mary his wife 
Who died July 19, 1819, aged 79." 

" Died April, 1816, aged 76, Rev. J. R. Rector of Kentclmrcli, 
and Prebendary of Hereford." (G. Mag. 86, I. 378.) 

Walter Burton. |tt. 25 Oct. 1755 (til. Gualteri B. de 
Button Montague alias Montis, Somerset: cler. t. 18). 
(.|lil. received as <. in the last half of 1755, taken up 
for Battels, Midsummer 1757. 

Burnet Minifie. |E. 16 Dec. 1755 (fil. Jacob! M. de 
Staplegrove, Somerset : cler. tet. 18). C.JB.. received as 
(. in the last half of 1755, restored 25 June, 1756. 
Son of James M. 1724, and brother of James M. 1754. 



James Foster. (.JE. received as (ff. in the last half of 
1755, restored 14 July, 1762. JE. (Balliol) 5 July, 1754 
(fil. Jacob! F. de Salisbury : cler. *et. 16). Admitted *. 
26 Sept. 1755 of Wilts, aged 17: took the oath 3 Oct. 
Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1756 to 1762. Goodridge 
Exhibitioner 1757 to 1760. Somerscales Exhibitioner 
1758. B.A. 5 April, 1758. M.A. 15 July, 1762. Elected 
^.,-jF. 1761. Admitted ,-Jf. 9 July, 1762: took the oath 
14 July. Elected Moderator of Philosophy 1762, 1763, 
1764 ; .Deputy Catechist 1762, 1763 ; Humanity Lecturer 
1765; Dean 1766, 1767; Bursar 1768 to 1772; Junior 
Proctor 1772. He vacated his ,-Jf. by marriage 1774. 
<.JE. replaced 1 Nov. 1776, taken up for Battels, Mid- 
summer 1783. 

1756. 

Samuel Wharton. |E. 22 Jan. 1756 (fil. Saniuelis W. de 
Piock, Vigorn : gen. ret. 18). (.JE. received as (. in the 
first half of 1756, restored 7 July, 17(52. Goodridge 
Exhibitioner 1756. Admitted J&. 22 Sept. 1757 from 
Worcestershire, aged 18 : took the oath 5 Oct. B A. 
16 Oct. 1759. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1758 to 1761. 
He resigned his , 30 June, 1762. 

Henry Robinson. |tt. 22 Jan. 1756 (fil. Jocelyn R de 
Civ. Sarum : gen. a-t. 17). (JT.|lt. received as (fT. in the 



100 WARDEN WYNDHAM. [1756. 

first half of 1756, restored Midsummer 1757. Admitted 
3?. 24 Sept. 1756 of Sarum, aged 18 : took the oath 
17 Oct. Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1756, 1757. 

Roger Coker. JE. 3 June, 1756 (fil. Eogeri C. de Stur- 
minster Newton, Dorcestr : cler. set. 18). (.JE. received 
as (ft. in the first half of 1756, restored Michaelmas, 1762. 
Goodridge Exhibitioner 1756. Admitted Jgj. 4 Nov. 
1757 of Dorset, aged 18 : took the oath 15 Nov. Hody 
(Greek) Exhibitioner 1757 to 1761. B.A. 15 Feb. 1760. 
He resigned his &. 30 June, 1761. 

Vicar of Hampreston, Dorset, 21 Dec. 1762, resigned 1776. 
Rector of Moreton and Buckland Ripers, 26 July, 1776, died 
1818. 

Joseph Sager. JE. 11 Oct. 1756 (fil. Joseph! S. de Civ. 
Sarum : cler. set. 17). <.JE. received as (C". same day, 
increased to JfM. 27 Oct. 1758. Hody (Greek) Exhi- 
bitioner as Joshua S. 1757 to 1758. 

Henry Sherive. JE. 2 Dec. 1756 (fil. Jonse S. de "VVootton 
Fitzpaine, Dorcestr: cler. set. 18). (/LJUI. received as 
Servitor 30 Nov. 1756, restored Midsummer 1762. 
Admitted Clerk 30 Dec. 1756 from Dorset, aged 18 : 
took the oath 29 April, 1757. Goodridge Exhibitioner 
1757, 1758, 1759. Vacated the Clerkship 8 Dec. 1759. 
B.A. 5 July, 1760. M.A. 14 July, 1766. D.C.L. 2 June, 
1768. Admitted Chaplain 8 Dec. 1762: took the oath 
16 Oct. 1764. 

Rector of Bridport 1766, of Silton 22 Sept. 1781 and of Woods- 
ford 30 June, 1784 : he resigned Bridport in 1791 and died of 
apoplexy in Oct. 1801 "while signing an order" being "a 
respectable magistrate." (Hutchins II. 30, IV. 107.) 

Son of Jonas S. 1718 (page 469) and father of Christopher 
Hardy S. 1783. 



Thomas Leir. (H.JE. received as <2T. in the first half of 
1756, restored 3 May, 1763. JE. (Oriel) 30 April, 1756 
(fil. Thomse L. de Ditcheat, Somerset : cler. set. 18). 
Goodridge Exhibitioner 1756. B.A. 16 Feb. 1760. 



1756-57.] WARDEN WYNDHAM. 101 

Eector and Patron of Ditcheat and of Charlton Musgrove, 
Somerset, 1781, till his death, in 1812. At Ditcheat there is a 
mural monument" Sacred to the memory of Thomas Leir, 
clerk, thirty years Rector of this parish and Charlton Musgrove, 
in the County of Somerset, who died the 7th day of January 
1812, in the 73rd year of his age." (Phelp 271.) 

Son of Thomas L. 17^ and brother of William L. 1757 and of 
Paul Methuen L. 1772. 



1757. 

George Huddles tone Jervoise. JE. 24 Feb. 1757 (fil. 
Eichardi J. de Croydon, Surr: arm. set. 17). (ST.JE. 
received as <. 23 March, 1757, increased to JfM. 
3 July, 1759 : his account was closed in 1782. B.A. 
13 Oct. 1760. M.A. 1 June, 1763. 

Eector of Shalston, Bucks, and of Northfield and Coston 
(? Cofton) Hacket, Wore : 20 April, 1779 : he was buried at 
Shalston with the following inscription 

In the Vault below are deposited the Remains of 
The Reverend George Huddlestone Purefoy Jervoise 

Purefoy, A.M. 
Of Shalston Co. Bucks and Britford Co. Wilts. 

Rector of Shalston 

and of Northfield and Cofton Co. Worcester. 
Born June 8 1739, deceased Nov. 3rd 1805, aged 66 years. 

He was just, generous and humane 

A good Husband, Father, Master and Friend 

and whilst he practised every virtue himself he could 

overlook human infirmities in others. 

This Tablet 
is erected by his surviving widow 

Mary Purefoy Jervoise 

as a memorial of her affection and grief. 

May the remembrance and contemplation of his 

Virtues inspire his descendants 

with a desire to imitate them. 

(Lipscomb III. 74.) 
Father of Jervoise Purefov 1789. 



102 WARDEN WYNDHAM. [1757. 



Gilbert Lang-don. JE. 24 Felt. 1757 (fil. Gilbert! L. de 
Woodbury, Devon : gen. set. 17). <.JE. received as (ft. 
in the first half of 1757, restored 9 April, 1758. B.A. 
(Merton) 3 Feb. 1761. M.A. (Magdalen Coll. Camb.) 
1779. 

Chaplain to Lord Dudley and Ward. Rector of Winterbourne 
Howton, Dorset 18 April, 1782. Rector of Farleigh Hungerford, 
Somerset, died 1823. 

John Baker. J&. 28 Feb. 1757 (fil. Johamiis B. de Sarum, 
"Wilton : arm. ret. 17). <.JE. received as OL 28 March, 
1757. The balance of his GT.JE. which had been replaced 
in 1768, was paid over to Edward Baker 17 March, 1790. 
B.A. 3 Nov. 1760. M.A. 3 June, 1763. D.C.L. 10 June, 
1768. 

James Gerard. JE. 29 April, 1757 (fil. Josephi G. de 
Monks Kisborough, Buck: cler. ret. 16). C.JE. received 
as (JT. 25 April, 1757, restored 12 July, 1765. Admitted 
>. 1757, of Bucks, aged 17: took the oath 5 Oct. 
Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1758 to 1765. B.A. 17 Jan. 
1761. M.A. 13 July, 1765. B.D. 17 June, 1777. D.D. 
20 June, 1777 Elected $. jf. 30 June, 1764. Admitted 
,-fF. 10 July, 1765. Elected Catechist 1765, 1767, 1775, 
1776; Humanity Lecturer 1766; Bursar 1768, 1769; 
Sub-Warden 1774. Elected &Jar&ni 5 May, 1777 : 
took the oath 16 Jan. 1770 ? he vacated the Ml. 19 Nov. 
1782 but was re-elected on 21 Nov. 1782, and, on 
11 Feb. 1783, a decree was received from the Visitor 
ordering the omission of the clause " in restraint of con- 
tracting matrimony " in the case of Dr Gerard from 
the <E<Li. oath. Dr Gerard resigned the 315H. again 
5 July, 1783, and was collated to the Rectory of Monks 
Kisborough 9 July, 1783 ; where lie died 14 Feb. 1789, 
and was buried 21 Feb. He bequeathed to the College 
100 (producing 4 per annum) for "real permanent 
benefit, not ornament" whereupon it was resolved to 
invest the money and create an Exhibition for Founda- 
tioners (6 March, 1790); but on 30 June, it was decided 
that the Exhibition should be open to all the College 
with a preference for Founder's Kin whereupon C. Kigby 
his nephew, was elected. 



1757.] WARDEN WYNDHAM. 103 



John Grimes. JE. 6 May, 1757 (fil. Thoime G. de Shor- 
well, Insula Vect: arm. ret. 18). CT.JE. received as (ft. 
25 April, 1757, restored 9 Oct. 1758. Admitted . 
24 Sept. 1757, of the Isle of Wight, aged 18: took the 
oath 5 Oct. 1757. 

Benjamin Lydal. Jtt. 17 May, 1757 (fil. Kichardi L. de 
Kilncote ? Kimcote Leicestr: pleb. ret. 21). (.JE. 
received as Servitor in the first half of 1757, restored 
16 July, 1759. Possibly a stone in the Chapel marked 
"B.L. 1760 " refers to him. 

John Dolman. JE. 4 July, 1757 (fil. Thomre D. de Civ. 
Bristol : gen. aet. 17). GT.JE. received as (ft. 6 July, 
1757 : taken up for Battels Midsummer 1761. B.A. 
22 May, 1761. 

William Leir. p. 21 Oct. 1757 (fil. Thomae L. de Ditcheat 
Somerset: cler. get. 17). &.JK. received as (ft. 2 Oct. 
1757, restored 3 Dec. 1763. B.A. 28 May, 1761. 

Brother of Thomas L. 1756, and Paul Methuen L. 1772, and 

son of Thomas L. 17J. 

Ferdinando Tracy Travell. JE. 9 Dec. 1757 (fil. 

Johannis T. de Swerford, Oxon : arm. set. 17). <.JE. 

received t;s (ft. same day: restored 10 July, 1764. 

Admitted . 29 Sept. 1758 of Oxford : took the oath 

7 Oct. Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1758 to 1764. 

B.A. 22 May, 1761. M.A. 9 May, 1764. His . was 

vacant 30 June, 1763. 

Died "27th Sept. 1808, at Upper Slaughter, Glouc. Rev. 
Fernando Tracey Travell more than 44 years Eector of that 
parish and author of several literary works (including a para- 
phrase of the Psalms) the fruits of his professional studies/' 

(G. Ma<j.) 

At Upper Slaughter is a monument with the following 
inscription " Sacred to the memory of the .Rev. Ferdinando 
Tracy Travell who died on the XXVII day of September 
MDCCCYIII in the LXIX year of his age, having been XLV 
years Rector of this Parish. May it often enjoy the blessing of 
such a Pastor." 

Uncle of T. E. Witts (1802), who succeeded him at Upper 
Slaughter. 



104 WARDEN WYNDHAM. [1758. 



1758. 

William Wyndham. JE. 20 Feb. 1758 (fil. Gulielmi W. 
de Dinton, Wilton: arm. set. 18). (H.JE. received as 
JF.OL 18 Feb. 1758 : given to the College to buy plate 
28 Sept. 1765. 

He died 12 Sept. 1786, aged 47 ; he was the father of six sons 
of whom two Thomas (1788) and John (1794) came to Wadham : 
the eldest son William eventually succeeded to the estates of his 
great-great-grandfather Sir Wadham Wyndham at Norrington ; 
and in Somerset and AVilts 011 the death of his father's third 
cousin Mrs Anne Arundel (nee Wyndham) in 1803. 
He is buried at Dinton with the following inscription 

Underneath 

lie the remains of 

William Wyndham, Esq. 

of this place. 

He married Elizabeth, eldest daughter 
of Sir Thomas Heathcote, Bart. 

of Hursley Lodge 

in the County of Southampton, 

by whom he had eleven children, 

and left ten, 

Six sons and four daughters 
He died 12th day of Septr. 1786, 

aged 47 years and 3 months. 

Brother of Wadham W. 17GO and John W. 1762, grandfather of 
George D.W. 1723. 

Christopher Tatchell. JE. 11 July, 1758 (fil. Johannis 
T. de Stoke, Somerset : pleb. set. 19). (JT.JE. received as 
Servitor 7 July, 1758 : account closed 27 May, 1763. 
Admitted Clerk 7 July, 1758 of Somerset, aged 19 : took 
the oath 22 July: his Clerkship was filled up 16 June, 
1761. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1758, 1759, 1760. B.A. 
27 April, 1762. M.A. 1 July, 1767. He voted at the 
Parliamentary Election in 1768. 

Edward Stone, p. 10 Oct. 1758 (fil. Edvardi S. de Civ. 



1758.] WARDEN WYNDHAM. 105 

"Westmonast : cler. set. 15). GT.Jtt. received as (. same 
day: restored 19 March, 1767. Admitted &. 28 Sept. 
1759 of London, aged 16 : took the oath 15 Dec. Hody 
(Greek) Exhibitioner 1759 to 1766. B.A. 26 Oct. 1762. 
M.A. 27 March, 1767. Elected ^.Jf. 30 June, 1765. 
Admitted ,-jF. 10 July, 1766 ; he vacated his JF. by 
marriage 30 June, 1769. Elected to succeed Latton as 
Librarian 1766. Elected Moderator of Philosophy 1766, 
1767, 1768. 

Perpetual Curate of Prince's Risborough 27 March, 1767. 
Rector of Horsenden 27 Jan. 1769. Rector of Hartwell and 
Little Hampden 1783 which he resigned in 1793. Vicar of 
Stagsden, Beds. He died at Lovell's Hill in Windsor Forest 
15 Feb. 1811 (7th Feb. on Monumental Slab) aged 67 and was 
buried at Winkfield, Berks. Son of Edward S. 1720. 

John Goodwin Welch. Jfc. 5 Dec. 1758 (fil. Thomas W. 
de Pattishale, Northampton: cler. set. 17). (.J&. 
received as (ft. same day, restored 3 May, 1763. Good- 
ridge Exhibitioner 1759, 1760. B.A. 15 June, 1762. 

John Wills. C.|E. received as (. 4 April, 1758 : restored 
12 July, 1765. |tt. (Hertford), 18 March, 1758 (fil. 
Johannis W. de Seaborough, Somerset : gen. get. 17). 
Admitted . 29 Sept. 1758 of Somerset: took the oath 
7 Oct. Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1758 to 1765. B.A. 
4 Dec. 1761. M.A. 13 July, 1765. B.D. 29 Nov. 1783. 
D.D. 8 Dec. 1783. Elected ty.Jf. 1764. Admitted JF. 
10 July, 1765 : took the oath 13 April, 1768. Elected 
Sub-Dean 1765 ; Catechist 1766 ; Humanity Lecturer 
1767; Dean 1768, 1769, 1773; Bursar 1770 to 1772, 
1775 to 1779. He became Sub-Warden 9 July, 1780, 
and again on 6 Dec. : but his JF. expired 21 June, 1781, 
in consequence of preferment, when White was elected 
to the Sub-Wardenship. In March, 1777, it is noted that 
Mr Wills has been inducted into the living of Shalden, Co. 
Southton. He was elected SlSHacfoni on the resignation 
of Dr Gerard 7 July, 1783, and admitted 29 Oct. : took 
the oath 25 June, 1784. He held the ffiartottSfjip till 
his death on 16 June, 1806, when he left a bequest 
of property to the College (valued in 1853 at 27,000) 



106 WARDEN WYNDHAM. [1758-59. 

for the benefit of the Warden, for a Divinity Lecturer, 
for the endowment of one Fellow and one Exhibitioner 
each in Law and Medicine, for two superannuated 
Fellows and for the purchase of advowsons. He had 
already in 1795 made a Deed of Gift to the College "for 
the use of the Garden adjoining the Warden and Fellows' 
Garden to the Northward, for the use of the Warden for 
ever." He was Vice-Chancellor of Oxford 1792 to 
1796. 

Rector of Tydd St Mary, 13 July, 1776, where lie gave 400, 
the interest to be spent by the Rector in clothing and educat- 
ing 4 boys ; which charity still exists. 

Rector of Seaborough, Somerset, 1779 to 1806, where he built 
the Rectory on Avhich there is this inscription "Johannes 
Wills S.T.P. hujus parochiiK Rector, necnon Collegii Wadhami 
apud Oxon : Guardianus hanc domum sua impensa cedifi- 
candam curavit A.D. 1784." 



1759. 

Wadham Diggle. JE. 16 Jan. 1759 (til. Ilumney D. de 
Yately, Hampton : arm. ret. 17). (ft.JE. received as (ft. 
same day, restored Midsummer 1764. Admitted j. as 
Founder's Kin 28 Sept. 1759; of Southampton, aged 17: 
took the oath 15 Dec. Maddox Exhibitioner 1759 to 
1762. B.A. 15 Oct. 1762. M.A. 14 Feb. 1766. Elected 
^.,-ff. 30 June, 1763. Admitted jf. 9 July, 1764: took 
the oath 11 July. Elected Sub-Dean 1763, 1764; 
Moderator of Philosophy 1765, 1773 ; Bursar 1766, 
1767; Humanity Lecturer 1768; Deputy Librarian 
(for Price) 1769; Librarian 1774. His ,-ff. was vacant 
by marriage 30 June, 1778. Hector of Esher, Surrey 
1777. 

Vicar of Codicote, Herts, 20 Oct. 1772 to 1777. Rector of 
Fifield Bavant, Wilts, 1777. Died 10 Sept, 1828, aged 87. 
Father of Henry Wadham D. 1796. 

Henry Hawes. JE. 1 March, 1759 (til. Henrici H. de 
Wiley, Wilton : cler. set. 15). (H.JH. received as (ft. same 
day: account closed 16 Dec. 1766. Admitted *. 



1759.] WARDEN WYNDHAM. 107 

28 Sept. 1759 of Wilts, aged 16 : took the oath 14 Dec. 
B.A. 15 Dec. 1762. He resigned his &. 30 June, 1764. 

Joseph Pyrke. |E. 1 March, 1759 (fil. Joseph! P. de 
Grosmond, Monmouth : cler. ait. 18). C.JH. received as 
<. 7 March, 1759, restored 9 April, 1762. Admitted 
5. (Perk) 28 Sept. 1759 of Monmouth, aged 18. His 
j. was vacant 30 June, 1763. 

Verderer of the Forest of Dean, apd Deputy-Constable "of tne 
Castle of St Briavels. (F.) 

William Barnes. JE. 27 March, 1759 (fil. Aubry B. de 
Monmouth : gen. set. 17). (.JE. received as (JT. 
26 March, 1759: account closed 9 July, 1765. B.A. 
15 Oct. 1762. M.A. 8 July, 1765. 

John Plowman. JH. 4 April, 1759 (fil. Johannis P. de 
Tolpuddle, Dorcestr: cler. ret. 17). C.JE. received as 
<. 4 April, 1759 : paid to John Hanson 4 April, 1764. 
Admitted <&. 28 Sept. 1759 of Dorset, aged 17 : took the 
oath 14 Dec. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1762. Hody 
(Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1759 to 1764. B.A. 29 Jan. 
1763. M.A. 3 July, 1765. Kesignecl his . 30 June, 
1765. Admitted Chaplain 12 Nov. 1766. Chaplaincy 
vacant 16 July, 1768. 

Thomas Boyce. JE. 25 May, 1759 (til. Johannis B. de 
Barnstaple, Devon : cler. set. 17). (Jl.pl. received as (!T. 
(Boyse) 24 May, 1759 : account closed 22 March, 176:!. 
B.A. 29 Jan. 1763. 

Brother of Christopher B. (1754). 

Henry Rigby. JE. 28 May, 1759 (til. Johannis II. de 
Ickford, Buck : cler. set. 17). &.JE. received as (JT. same 
day, restored 13 July, 1768. Admitted . 28 Sept. 
1759 of Bucks, aged 17: took the oath 15 Dec. Good- 
ridge Exhibitioner 1762, 1764 (no list 1763). Hody 
(Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1759 to 1766. B.A. 29 Jan. 
1763. M.A. 16 July, 1768. Elected ^.JF. 30 June, 
1767. Admitted ,-fF. il July, 1768 : took the oath 6 June, 
1769. Elected Sub-Dean 1766, 1767 ; Catechist 1768 ; 
Humanity Lecturer 1769: Dean 1770, 1771, 1772, 1774; 
Bursar 1773: Sub-Warden 1775. On 22 June, 1776, 



108 WARDEN WYNDHAM. [1759. 

he was presented to Hockleigh, and must have married 
at once for the Sub-Wardenship was filled up by White 
on that ground on 28 August: on 24 April, 1777, he 
was again presented to Hockleigh, having vacated it by 
accepting the living of Wendy, Cambs. 

He died Vicar of Hockleigh 15 May, 1819, at Salisbury, 
aged 77. Son of John E. 1727. 

Thomas Penrose. JE. 30 May, 1759 (fil. Thomse P. de 
Newbery, Bercher: cler. set. 16). "Who was admitted, 
but before laying down his caution removed to Christ 
Church 29 May." (Caution Book.) Commoner of Christ 
Church 20 June, 1759. Student 10 July, 1759. B.A. 
(Hertford) 8 Feb. 1766. 

Rector of Beckington near Bath in 1778, 1779. 

Richard Moland. JE. 28 June, 1759 (fil. Koberti M. de 
Dublin: arm. set. 16). (H.JE. received as (. 26 June, 
1759, restored 16 July, 1764. Goodridge Exhibitioner 

1759, 1760, 1761. Pigott Exhibitioner 1760 to 1764. 

Barrister (Middle Temple), 1767, died 22 May, 1797. (F.) 

John Fetvin. JE. 28 June, 1759 (fil. Gulielmi P. de Little 
Baddow, Essex: cler. oet. 18). (JT.JE. received as (ft. 
27 June, 1759, restored 7 Dec. 1764. Admitted j. 

8 Feb. 1760 of Essex, aged 19 : took the oath 1 March, 

1760. Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1760 to 1763, when 
he "forfeited" the Exhibition. B.A. 9 May, 1763. His 
5. was vacant 30 June, 1763. M.A. of Emanuel Coll. 
Camb. 1769. 

Vicar of Burnham, Essex, 1767, and of Braintree 1778, died 
28 Jan. 1796. Author of Letters concerning the Mind, 1750. 

(G. Mag.) 

William Jervis. JE. 3 July, 1759 (fil. Samuelis J. de 
Peetling Magna, Leicestr : gen. ast. 17). C.JE. received 
as (0". same day: account closed 5 Dec. 1764. B.C.L. 

9 June, 1768. 

He was an only child, took orders ; J.P. for Leicestershire 
resided at Kimcote, and Luttervvorth, where he died 23 March, 
1792, aged 54 (?) buried at Great Peatling, but there is no 
inscription for him. (Nichols IV. 334.) 



1759-60.] WARDEN WYNDHAM. 109 

Henry Purcell. JE. 13 Dec. 1759 (fil. Georgii P. de Civ. 
Hereford: gen. set. 17). (#.JE. received as Servitor: 
restored 11 Jan. 1760. Admitted Clerk 8 Dec. 1759 of 
Hereford, aged 17 : took the oath 15 Dec : but his Clerk- 
ship was vacant before 7 March, 1760. He entered 
Christ Church as Servitor before 21 March, 1760, and 
was "Clericus" (i.e. Lay Clerk) in 1761. B.A. 3 June, 
1763. 



176O. 

Henry Strangways. JE. 3 Feb. 1760 (fil. Thomas S. de 
Sti dementis, Londin : arm. set. 17). (&.JE. received as 
-fF.<JT. 11 Feb. 1760, taken up for Battels Midsummer 
1761. 

Apparently son of Thomas Strangways of Shapwick, Somerset : 
if so, lie died April, 1805, and was buried at Shapwick. 

Wadham Wyndham. JE. 3 March, 1760 (fil. Gulielmi 
W. de Dinton, Wilton: arm. a3t. 18). C.JE. received as 
(ft. same day, increased to JF.UT. 30 April, 1762, restored 
28 Dec. 1762. 

Of Hinton, Hants, died s.p. 1804, aged 63. 
Brother of William W. 1758, and John W. 1762. 

Isaac Bampfield. JE. 10 March, 1760 (fil. Johannis B. de 
Branscombe, Devon : pleb. set. 19). C.JE. received as 
Servitor 7 March, 1760, restored 11 April, 1764. 
Admitted Clerk 7 March, 1760 of Devon, aged 17: 
took the oath 16 April. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1760 
and 1762. B.A. 13 March, 1764 His Clerkship was 
vacant 4 Nov. 1763. 

Edge in Branscombe was the residence of the Foundress after 
her husband's death. 

James Venning. JE. 29 March, 1760 (fil. Jacobi V. de 
Alternon, Cornub: pleb. set. 19). C.JE. received as 
"Clerk" (really Servitor) 27 March, 1760: account 
closed 8 March, 1764. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1761. 
B.A. 2 March, 1764. 



110 WARDEN WYNDHAM. [1760-61. 

Thomas Allen. JE. 22 April, 1760 (fil. Simonis A. de 
Hinton St George, Somerset : pleb. set. 20). (H.jH. 
received as Servitor 22 May, 1760, restored 12 April, 
1764. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1762, 1763. B.A. 
2 March, 1764. 

John Loop. P. 17 Oct. 1760 (fil. Johannis L. de Morton, 
Dorcestr: cler. set. 19). d.Jtt. received as Servitor same 
day. Admitted Clerk 15 June, 1761 of Dorset aged 19. 
Goodridge Exhibitioner 1761, 1762, 1763. B.A. 26 June, 
1764 : when he vacated his Clerkship. 

Vicar of Grent Tiulely with Capel, Kent, 1787. (G. Mag.) 
Died apparently before 1802. 

William Baker. |E. 22 Oct. 1760 (fil. Nicolai B. de 
Dorchester, Dorcestr: cler. set. 18). (JT.J&. received as 
(ft. 16 Oct. 1760 : taken up for Battels Michaelmas, 1764. 
Admitted . 25 Sept. 1761 of Dorset aged 19: took the 
oath 7 Oct. Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1761 to 1764. 
B.A. 27 June, 1764. His Jj>. was filled up on resigna- 
tion 30 June, 1765. 



1761. 

Thomas Evans. JE. 17 Jan. 1761 (fil. Thomse E. de 
Dilwyne, Hereford: cler. set. 17). C.JE. received as (Jt. 
same day : account closed 6 April, 1765. Admitted *. 
25 Sept. 1761 of Hereford aged 19 : took the oath 7 Oct. 
1761. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1761, 1762, 1764. B.A. 
12 Oct. 1764. He resigned his ^. 30 June, 1765. 

Vicar of Ya/.or. Rector of Bishopstone, Hereford, 1783 to 1806. 

Charles Cope. |E. 21 April, 1761 (fil. Jonathan C. de 
Long Orton, Huntingdon : arm. set. 18.) (JLJE. received 
as JF.<. same day, restored 14 Feb. 1764. 

He succeeded his grandfather Sir Jonathan (who died at Orton 
Longueville, Hunts, 28 March, 1765) as second Baronet of Bre- 
werne AM>ev, Oxon : died 14th June, 1781. 



1761. ] WARDEN WYNDHAM. Ill 

Charles Watkins. JE. 23 April, 1761 (til. Eichardi W. de 
Clifton, Camp vile, Stafford : cler. set. 19). (.JE. received 
as (ft. same day : restored 7 Dec. 1763. Goodridge 
Exhibitioner 1761. On 6 Dec. 1768, it was resolved to 
purchase 2 Sauce Boats out of the 12 Guineas given by 
Charles Watkins Meysey, late (ft. to be laid out in plate. 

He was son of Richard W. (1720) ; and having married his 
cousin Anna Maria, daughter of Rev. Thomas Meysey (1729) 
he assumed the name of Meysey : and succeeded his wife's 
Uncle, Rev. John Meysey (1727) at Shakenhurst, but died at 
the early age of 33 leaving an only daughter and heiress, 
Anna Maria. Brother of Richard 1763, Francis 1766, and 
John 1769. 

John Goldesborough. |E. 9 June, 1761 (til. Johannis G. 
de Brewton, Somerset: cler. a. j t. 16). GLJU. received 
as (ft. same day : restored 26 May, 1767 : replaced 
25 March, 1796 : restored 26 June, 1798. B.A. 2 May, 
1765. On 3 April, 1799, at Corpus Christ! College, Cam- 
bridge, " It was agreed that Ds Goldesborough from Oxford, 
have leave to seek the degree of M.A. in this University." 

Incumbent of Weston Bampfylde, Somerset, 1769 to 1822. 

(Phelp I. 429.) 

George Frome. Jll. 26 June, 1761 (til. Georgii F. de 
Tollard, Wilton: cler. set. 17). (E.Jtt. received as (ft. 
25 June 1761 : restored 15 July, 1770. B.C.L. 30 July, 
1770. 

Rector of Puncknoll, Dorset, 14 Sept. 1770 : resigned 1804. 
Rector of Litton Cheney, Dorset, 23 April, 1804, where he is 
buried with this inscription 

" Sacred to the memory of the Rev. George Frome, Rector of 
this Parish, 20 years, who died the 10th January, 1824, aged 79." 

(Hutching II. 755.) 

Robert Frome. |E. 26 June, 1761 (til. Georgii F. de 
Tollard, Wilton: cler. set. 16). <.pt. received as (ft. 
25 June, 1761, restored 19 June, 1770. Admitted . 
25 Sept. 1761 of Wilts, aged 16 : took the oath 7 Oct. 
Maddox Exhibitioner 1762 to 1764. Hody (Greek) 
Exhibitioner 1764 to 1765. RC.L. 26 May, 1770. , 



112 WARDEN WYNDHAM. [1761-62. 

Rector of Folke, Dorset, June, 9, 1777. "Rector of Minterne 
Magna, 21 March, 1782. Rector of Goathurst, Somerset. He 
is buried at Folke, with the following inscription 
" Sacred to the memory of the Rev. Robert Frome who died 
9 April, 1833." (Hutchins IV. 182.) 

He was aged 88. 

George White. JR. 13 Oct. 1761 (til. Robert! W. de 
Dorchester, Dorcestr : pleb. set. 15). (JT.JR. received as (ft. 
same day, restored 16 Dec. 1766 ; admitted . 24 Sept. 
1762 of Dorset, aged 16 : took the oath 5 Oct. Hody 
(Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1762 to 1767. B.A. 27 June, 
1765. M.A. (Balliol) 20 April, 1768. He resigned his 
. 30 June, 1767. Fellow of Balliol. 

Rector of Huntspill, Somerset, 1779. Died 22 Sept. 1804, aged 
58 (inscription at Huntspill). 

Thomas Durnford. JR. 23 Nov. 1761 (til. Thomae D. de 
Bramdean, Hampton : doctoris, set. 17). (JT.JR. received 
as (ft. same day, restored Midsummer 1766. Goodridge 
Exhibitioner 1762, 1763. B.A. 7 June, 1765. M.A. 
21 June, 1769. 

Son of Thomas D. 1733, and brother of Stillingfleet D. 1771. 



1762. 

John Wyndham. JR. 4 May, 1762 (fil. Gulielmi W. de 
Dinton, Wilton : arm. get. 18). (ST. JR. received as (ft. 
30 April, 1762; increased to ,-jF.(ft. 11 Feb. 1763: 
restored 16 March, 1769. B.O.L. 15 March, 1769. 
D.C.L. 4 April, 1775. 

Rector of Gorton Dinham, Somerset. Rector of Staple-Fitz- 
paiiie, Somerset, died s.p. 18 Aug. 1816. 

John Shapleigh. JR. 16 Aug. 1762 (fil. Johannis S. de. 
Civ. Oxon : arm. set. 18). GI.JR. received as (ft. 14 Aug. 
1762, restored 19 June, 1766. 



1763.] WARDEN WYNDHAM. 113 



1763. 

Richard Watkins. JE. 11 Jan. 1763 (fil. Richardi W. de 
Clifton, Stafford: cler. set. 18). <.|E. received as (. 
11 Feb. 1763. Admitted . 23 Sept. 1763 of Stafford, 
aged 18 : took the oath 5 Dec. Hody (Greek) Exhibi- 
tioner 1763 to 1767. B.A. 5 Dec. 1766. He resigned 
his g). 30 June, 1767. 

Rector of Rock, Worcester, 11 Aug. 1770, died 1 May, 1805, 
brother of Charles 1761, Francis 1766, and John 1769, and son 
of Richard W. 1720. 

George Swayne. |tt. 17 March, 1763 (fil. Georgii S. de 
Wilton, Somerset: cler. set. 17). C.Jtt. received as <JT. 
8 March, 1763, restored 25 March, 1768, replaced 
11 June, 1771, and again restored 9 July, 1771. 
Admitted *> 23 Sept. 1763 of Somerset, aged 18: took 
the oath 5 Oct. Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1763 to 
1768. B.A. 11 Oct. 1766. M.A. 2 July, 1771. 
Resigned his >. 30 June, 1768. 

Vicar of Puckleehurch Glouc. 1772. Rector of Dirham i.e. 
Dyrhain or Dereham Glouc. (Bigland), where he died 24 Oct. 
1827. Father of George S. 1789. 

John Hanson. J&. 17 March, 1763 (fil. Johannis H. de 
Piddletown, Dorcestr : gen. set. 16). (.JE. received as (ft. 
same day: restored 30 Oct. 1766. Admitted . 23 Sept. 
1763 of Dorset, aged 17: took the oath 4 Oct. Hody 
(Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1764 to 1766. He died appa- 
rently in 1766, and his *>. was filled up 30 June, 1767. 

Edward Warre. |E. 26 March, 1763 (fil. Johannis W. de 
Wanstrow i.e. Wanstraw, Somerset: cler. set. 19). C.JE. 
received as (ft. 24 March, 1763, taken up for Battels 1766. 

Nicholas Thomas Freke. |E. 17 May, 1763 (fil. 
Richardi F. de Thorbwerton i.e. Thorverton, Devon : 
cler. set. 18). (ST.JE. received as (jl. same day, taken up 
for Battels Christmas 1768. 

11 



114 WARDEN WYNDHAM. [1763. 

William Bishop. Jtt. 17 May, 1763 (fil. Gulielmi B. de 
Kingsdown, Somerset: cler. pet. 17). (.pt. received as 
Servitor 13 May, 1763, taken up for Battels Midsummer 
1767; replaced 14 Nov. 1794, taken up for Battels 
Michaelmas 1800. Admitted Clerk 4 Nov. 1763 from 
Somerset, aged 18. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1764, 1765, 

1766. B.A. 23 May, 1767. His Clerkship was vacant 
30 March, 1767. 

Probably W. B. Vicar of Wedmore, Somerset, 1779 to 1802 : he 
died aged 56. He and his parishioners protested (Aug. 18 
1799) against the establishment of Miss Hannah More's 
School. 

Philip Wynell. JE. 16 June, 1763 (fil. Philippi W. de 
Saltash, Cornub : arm. get. 17). (H.JE. received as (C". 
14 June, 1763 restored 5 May, 1768 to P. Wynell 
Mayow. Admitted &. 23 Sept. 1763 of Cornwall 
aged 18 : took the oath 6th October. Maddox Exhibi- 
tioner 1764. Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1765 to 1767. 
B.A. (P. W. Mayow) 30 Oct. 1767. M.A. 23 June, 1770. 
Resigned his g>. 30 June, 1767. 

" Died in 1800 at Ridgeway, Devon, Rev. W. Mayow, curate of 
Plympton St Mary." (G. Mag. 70, II. 1112.) 

Alexander Litchfield. JE. (Lichfield) 18 June, 1763 (fil. 
Caroli L. de Civ. Oxon. pleb. set. 17). C.JE. received as 
<!L 17 June, 1763, restored 28 July, 1769. Admitted 
5. 23 Sept. 1763, of Oxford aged 17 : took the oath 
4 Oct. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1764. B.A. 30 April, 

1767. M.A. 15 July, 1773. Elected ^.Jf. 30 June, 

1768. Admitted ,-ff. 8 July, 1769 : took the oath 8 Sept. 
Elected Sub-Dean 1768; Moderator of Philosophy 1769 to 
1772 ; Humanity Lecturer 1773 ; Bursar 1774, 1777, to 
1783; Dean 1775; Sub- Warden 1776; Junior Proctor 1780. 
He resigned his office and Jf . 28 June, 1784 : being pre- 
sented to the Vicarage of Wadhurst 13 March, 1783. 

This he held together with that of Noke, Oxon. (to which lie 
was presented by the Duke of Marlborough in March 1773), 
till his death which occurred at Noke 7 March, 1804. He 
is said to have resided half the year at Wadhurst : his wife 
was Martha, daughter of Mr Bridgewater, an Innkeeper at Islip. 



1763-64.] WARDEN WYNDHAM. 115 



William Trevelyan. JE. 10 Oct. 1763 (fil. Gulielmi T. 
de Dunster, Somerset: cler. set. 17). (H.JE. received 
(W. T. Cox) as <. 8 Oct. 1763 ; account closed Christmas 
1770. B.C.L. 10 June, 1770. 

Vicar of Stockland, Dorset, 1777. Rector of Cheddington, 
Bucks, 31 May 1803 : died 1812. (Hutchins.) 

William Ellicombe. JE. 24 Oct. 1763 (fil. Eichardi E. de 
Stoke Canon, Devon : cler. set. 18). (SLJU. received as 
<j. same da} 7 : taken up for Battels Midsummer 1767. 
B.A. 17 June, 1767. 

Rector of Alphington, Devon, 1780, where there is a monument 
with this inscription " Sacred to the memory of the Rev. 
William Ellicombe, Fifty-one years Rector of this Parish who 
died 20th April, 1831, aged 86. A kind father and a sincere 
Christian." Brother of Hugh E. 1766. 

Thomas Whitchurch. |E. 3 Nov. 1763 (fil. Samuelis W. 
de Nunney, Somerset : cler. aet. 17). (JI.JE. received as 
(ft. 31 Oct. 1763, restored 10 July, 1765. Admitted 
>. 28 Sept. 1764 of Somerset, aged 18 : took the oath 
15 Oct. Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1764 to 1765. 
Resigned' his . and became student of Ch. Ch., 5 July, 
1765. B.A. (Ch. Ch.) 25 June, 1767. M.A. 11 April, 
1770. Apparently he was Craven Scholar in 1764. 

" Chaplain to the British Embassy at Vienna." (F.) 



1764. 

John Charming. |H. 14 Jan. 1764 (fil. Johannis C. de 
Essex St. Londin : gen. a3t. 17). (.|Hl. received as (. 
same day, restored 7 Dec. 1764. Made student of Christ 
Church 30 June, 1764. B.A. 13 Nov. 1767. M.A. 
30 June, 1770. 

Richard Stubbs. |ft. 13 Feb. 1763 (fil. Robert! S. de 
Lorton, Cumbr: gen. pet. 17). (.|&. received as (. 
4 Feb. 1764; restored 14 July, 1770. Admitted . 
28 Sept. 1764 of Cumberland, aged 17: took the oath 



116 WARDEN WYNDHAM. [1764. 



16 Oct. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1767. Hody (Hebrew) 
Exhibitioner 1765 to 1771. B.A. Nov. 13, 1767. M.A. 
14 July, 1770. B.D. 11 Dec. 1782. D.D. 18 June, 
1783. Elected ^.,-ff. 30 June, 1769. Admitted J*. 
13 July, 1770. Elected Librarian 1777 (Birt, Deputy). 
On 6 Dec. 1773, the Warden (Wyndham) removed Stubbs' 
name from the Roll of JF. as being Usher of the Haber- 
dasher's School at Monmouth : but on 20 April, 1775 the 
Visitor pronounced the deprivation invalid : having on the 
previous 30 June, forbidden the filling up of the vacancy. 
On 21 April, 1775 the Warden announced that he 
accepted the Visitor's decision : but on 21 Oct. 1775 the 
Warden again removed Mr Stubbs' name from the list of 
,-fF. "under clause 1 (i.e. instead of clause 2) of Ch. 18 of 
the Statutes " ; but he was again restored by the Visitor 
26 June, 1777. On 23 Jan. 1783 he was recommended 
to the Bishop of London for the Eectory of Eryerning, 
which had lapsed to the Bishop. Resigned his ,-ff. 
30 June, 1783. He died Rector of Fryerning and Vicar 
of Eastwood, Essex 26 Dec. 1810. 

James Dibben. JH. 25 Feb. 1764 (fil. Jacobi D. de 
Fontmell, Dorcestr: cler. set. 17). (JLJE. received as 
<*L 24 Feb. 1764, taken up for Battels Christmas 
1772. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1764. Pigott Exhibitioner 
1764. 

Hector of Great Fontmell, Dorset, 14 Nov. 1776, died 1779: 
succeeded by his brother Richard (1766). 

John Palmer. |E. 6 April, 1764 (fil. Johannis P. de 
Ilchester, Somerset : gen. a't. 17). (H.JH. received as 
Servitor 13 April, 1764, restored Midsummer 1769. 
Goodridge Exhibitioner 1764, 1765. His C.JK. was 
replaced 26 June, 1791 and taken up Christinas 1793. 

Arthur Cosens. |E. 13 April, 1764 (fil. Arthur! C. de 
Yetminster, Dorcestr: arm. a't. 18). (C.Jft. received as 
({T. 14 April, 1764, taken up for Battels Christmas 1770. 

There is the following epitaph on a monument at Yetminster : 
Sacred to the memory of Arthur Cosens Esq. who died June 24, 
1810, aged 60 years. ITc was High Shi'rifl' during- the contested 



1764.] WARDEN WYNDHAM. 117 

Election in 1807, and discharged the duties thereof with honour 
to himself, and satisfaction to the County, and in his whole 
conduct through life, he supported the character of an upright 
man. (Hutching IV. 455.) 

Brother of Eobert C. 1776. 

William Knott. JE. 5 June, 1764 (fil. Gulielmi K. de 
Dinnington, Somerset: pleb. set. 18). (tf.JE. received as 
4L same day, restored 7 Feb. 1768. B.A. 16 Feb. 1768. 

Edward Moore. JE. 7 June, 1764 (fil. Philippi M. de 
Kumsey, Hampton : pleb. set. 17). C.Jtt. received as 
Servitor 6 June, 1764, restored 10 July ; replaced 
in second quarter of 1785 : taken up at Christmas 1791. 
Admitted Clerk 26 June, 1764 of Southampton, aged 17 : 
took the oath 11 July. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1764, 
1765, 1766. B.A. 12 Feb. 1768. M.A. 13 July 1772. 
On 10 Dec. 1766 it is noted that Bishop, the other Clerk, 
had been absent all the long vacation, so that Moore 
got no holiday : Bishop's Exhibition is therefore assigned 
to him. His Clerkship was vacant 17 Dec. 1767. 

Rev. E. M. Priest Vicar of Salisbury Cathedral, and Vicar of 
Johnston, Wilts, 1782 to 1818, and chaplain of Salisbury 
Infirmary. He is elsewhere said to have died about 1812. 

Robinson Lawford. |E. 13 July, 1764 (fil. Gulielmi L. 
de Gilsborough, Northampton : gen. set. 29). (J.|E. 
received as Servitor same day, and taken up for Battels 

18 July, 1767. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1765, 1766. 

Henry Partridge. |E. 10 Oct. 1764 (fil. Henrici P. de 
Lynn, Xorfolc : arm. set. 18). C.JE. received as (IT. 
26 July, 1764, restored 1767. Demy of Magdalen 1765, 
when he is said to have been born in St Swithin's 
Parish, Lincoln. Jf. 1766 to 1771. B.A. (Magd.) 

19 July, 1766. M.A. 13 April, 1769. 

H.P. of Northwold, and Lowbrooks, Norfolk, born 24 May, 
1746, died May, 1771. (Bloxam VI. 345.) 



118 WARDEN WYNDHAM. [1764-65. 

John Crocker. Admitted &. 28 Sept. 1764 of Oxford, 
aged 19. JE. (Brasenose) 18 Nov. 1763 (fil. Johannis C. 
de Bristol, Gloucestr: gen. set. 18). <,JE. received as 
OL 17 March, 1764, restored 10 July 1769. Hody 
(Greek) Exhibitioner 1765 to 1770. B.A. 17 June, 
1767. M.A. 14 July, 1770. Elected ^.Jf. 30 June, 
1768 : admitted Jf. 8 July, 1769 : took the oath 11 July. 
Elected Sub-Dean 1769. Humanity Lecturer 1770, 
1771, 1772, 1775. Bursar 1773, 1774. On 29 June, 
1774 (probably in consequence of some informality), he 
was nominated Junior Bursar by the Visitor. 

He died before 30 June, 1777. 



1765. 

Thomas Marshall. JE. 26 March, 1765 (til. Thorme M. 
de Padstow, Cornub : gen. set. 18). (H.fE. received as (G*. 
23 March, 1765, restored Midsummer 1769. Admitted 
. 27 Sept. 1765 of Cornwall, aged 18 : took the oath 
10 Oct. Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1766 to 1767. B.A. 
27 January, 1769. He resigned his *. 30 June, 1767. 

Samuel Alford. |tt. 13 April, 1765 (fil. Thorme A. de 
Weston Zoylancl, Somerset : cler. set. 18). (JT.JK. received 
as OL 13 May, 1765, restored 10 July, 1770. Admitted 
JO. 27 Sept. 1765 of Somerset, aged 18 : took the oath 
10 Oct. Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1765 to 1772. 
B.A. 27 Jan. 1769. M.A. 31 Oct. 1771. Elected $.,-fF. 
30 June, 1769. Admitted JF. 10 July, 1770 : took the 
oath 12 April, 1771. Elected Sub-Dean 1770. 

James Flexman. JE. 23 April, 1765 (fil. Jacobi E. de 
North Molton, Devon : cler. 33 1. 18). CLJE. received as 
OT. 18 May, 1765, restored 11 June, 1765. Migrated to 
All Souls. Bible Clerk, Nov. 1766 to Nov. 1767. B.A. 
4 Feb. 1769. 

John Webb. $&. 23 April, 1765 (fil. Johannis W. de Civ. 
Oxnn: pleb. a*!. 19). (!T.|E. m-eivrd MS (^. 21 Mav 



1765.] WARDEN WYNDHAM. 119 

1765 : finally taken up for Battels Lady Day 1771. 
Admitted >. 27 Sept. 1765 of Oxon. aged 19: took 
the oath 10 Oct. Maddox Exhibitioner 1765. B.A. 
30 June, 1770. He resigned his . 30 June, 1770. 

He was chorister of Magdalen 1755 to 1763. (Bloxam I. 166.) 
" Died at his lodgings in St Aldate's parish Oxford, 18 Jan. 
1811, aged 86 (? 66) Rev. John Webb formerly 5. of Wadhara 
College. (G. Mag. 1811, 1. 92.) 

Joseph White. JE. 7 June, 1765 (fil. Thomae W. de 
Stroud, Gloucestr : pleb. set. 19). (ST.JE. received as. 
6 June, 1765, restored 11 March, 1773 : replaced 1 May, 
1789, and finally restored 3 July, 1797. Admitted . 
27 Sept. 1765 of Gloucester, aged 19 : took the oath. 
11 Oct. Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1766 to 1773. 
Goodridge Exhibitioner 1767. Pigott Exhibitioner 
1765. B.A. 5 April, 1769. M.A. 19 Feb. 1773. B.D. 
17 May, 1779. D.D. 17 Dec. 1787. Elected ^.Jf. 
30 June, 1771. Admitted JF. 10 July, 1772 : took the 
oath 21 July. Elected Sub-Dean 1771, 1772, 1773; 
Humanity Lecturer 1774; Librarian (vice Baldwin) 
1 July, 1776 ; Dean 1776 to 1780 and 1782 to 1785 ; Sub- 
Warden (vice Rigby) 28 Aug. 1776; Sub-Warden 21 June, 
1781 (vice Wells), 30 June, 1785 (vice Mayson) and 1786. 
In 1773, he was appointed tutor to the Hody Exhibi- 
tioners for two years. On 5 March, 1776, he brought 
a charge against Mr James Willis, ,-ff. of uttering pro- 
phane oaths. His Jf. was vacant 30 June, 1788, in con- 
sequence of his preferment. Laudian Professor of Arabic 
1774 to 1814. On 13 Xov. 1776, he was allowed the 
use of the Room over the Buttery to read lectures as 
Arabic Professor. Bampton Lecturer 1784. Regius 
Professor of Hebrew 1802 to 1814. Prebendary of 
Gloucester, 21 June, 1788 to 1802. Prebendary of Christ 
Church (Oxford), 6th Stall, 1 April, 1802. 

Preacher at Whitehall. Rector of Melton, Suffolk. 
He was the author of numerous works on Arabic, Hebrew, and 
Syriac subjects and edited a Diatessaron in 1800. His Bampton 
Lectures were the subject of a great controversy as to the 
assistance which he had received from Mr Badcock and Mr 



120 WARDEN WYNDHAM. [1765-66. 

Parr ; in which he defended himself with success : but see 
Reminiscences of Oxford (O.H.S.), p. 148. Died 22 May, 1814. 

(G.Mag. 1814, I. 626.) 
His portrait is among the pictures in Dr Griffiths' Collection. 

William Taylor. JE. 20 June, 1765 (fil. Gulielmi T. de 
Preston, Lancastr: gen. set. 17). C.J&. received as (ft. 
23 June, 1765, restored by Bursar Foster. 

Edward Leslie. JE. 29 June, 1765 (fil. Jacob! L. de 
Limerick in Eegn: Hibern : Episcopi, set. 18). dLJtt. 
received as jF.ifl*. same day, taken up for Battels Christ- 
mas 1772. Created M.A. 19 April, 1769. 
Brother of II. L. (infra). 

Richard Leslie. Jtt. 29 June, 1765 (fil. Jacob! L. de 
Limerick in Eegn: Hibern: Episcopi, get. 16). GT.Jtt. 
received as JF.(JT. same day, taken up for Battels 
Christmas 1772. 

Prebendary of Killeedy, Limerick, 3 Oct. 1769. Archdeacon of 

Aghadoe, 4 Oct. 1769, ( ? if so, at the age of 20). 

He was deprived of both for non-residence in 1790. (Cotton.) 

1766. 

Hugh Ellicombe. JE. 5 Feb. 1766 (fil. Richard! E. de 
Stoke Canon, Devon : cler. a-t. 18). (H.JE. received as 
4T. (H. Middleton E.) 29 Jan. 1766, restored 16 March, 
1770. B.A. 20 Feb. 1770. 

Brother of William E. 1763. 

John Prower. JE. 20 Feb. 1766 (fil. Robert! P. de Stur- 
minster Newton, Dorcestr: gen. set. 18). GT.JE. received 
as (JT. 18 Feb. 1766, taken up for Battels Midsummer 
1774. Admitted . 26 Sept. 1766 of Dorset, aged 18 : 
took the oath 8 Oct. Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1767 
to 1771. B.A. 17 Oct. 1769. M.A. 23 June, 1772. His 
j. was vacant by resignation 30 June, 1771. (JL|tt. 
replaced as M.A. 23 April, 1777, taken up for Battels 
Christmas 1786. 

Vicar of Purton, Wilts, 1771, where under the East window 
(roiilanihiL: tin 1 Asrenskm) is 1hc following inscription "To 



1766.] WARDEN WYNDHAM. 121 



the Glory of God and in memory of Rev. John Prower M.A. 
died November, 1827, aged 80 ; also of his son, Rev. John 
Mervyn Prower, Honorary Canon of Bristol, died April, 1869. 
They were Vicars of this parish successively 56 and 41 years." 
Father of John M. P. 1802, and grandfather of John E. M. P. 
1829. 

Richard Dibben. JE. 26 Feb. 1766 (fil. Jacob! D. de Font- 
mell, Dorcestr : cler. set. 17). (JT.JE. received as (. same 

da} 7 , restored by Bursar Foster, 13 July, . Admitted 

j. 26 Sept. 1766 of Dorset, aged 18 : took the oath 8 Oct. 
Goodridge Exhibitioner 1771. Hody (Greek) Exhibi- 
tioner 1767 to 1773. B.A. 17 Oct. 1769. M.A. 16 July, 
1773. Admitted JF. 7 July, 1773 : took the oath 13 July. 
Elected Catechist 1773, 1774; Bursar 1775. His Jf. was 
vacant 30 June, 1780, in consequence of preferment. 

Rector of Fontmell, Dorset, 20 Jan. 1779, on the death of his 
brother James (see 1764) buried at Fontmell with this inscrip- 
tion " In this chancel lies the body of the Rev. Richard 
Dibben, Rector of this parish, who died June, 1812, aged 65 
years." 

The male line of the Dibbens of Mansion became extinct in 
him. (Hutchins III. 558.) 

Aaron Baker. |E. 7 March, 1766 (fil. Aaronis B. de 
Alternon, Cornub : cler. set. 15). (JT.JE. received as <JT. 
same day and paid to his account 10 Dec. 1766. Became 
chorister of All Souls, 1768, and afterwards "put on a 
Civilian Gown." B.C.L. (Aaron Abraham B.) 25 May, 
1796. D.C.L. 27 May, 1796. 

John Eveleigh. |E. 15 May, 1766 (fil. Johannis E. de 
Winkley, Devon : cler. set. 18). (.JE. received as (ft. 
14 May, 1766, restored 20 July, 1770. Goodridge Exhi- 
bitioner 1766. Pigott Exhibitioner 1766. Admitted 
Jg>. 25 Sept. 1767, of Devon, aged 19: took the oath 
6 Oct. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1767, 1769. Hody 
(Greek) Exhibitioner 1767 to 1770. B.A. 19 Jan. 1770. 
Migrated to Oriel as ,-ff. 30 March, 1770. M.A. 25 Nov. 
1772. B.D. 7 Nov. 1782. D.D. 7 May, 1783. Junior 
Treasurer 1772. Senior Treasurer 1773. Dean 1775 
to 1781. Vicar of St Mary's 1778 to 1781. Bumpton 



122 WARDEN WYNDHAM. [1766. 

Lecturer 1792. Elected Provost of Oriel 5 Dec. 1781, 
which carried with it a Canonry of Rochester; Select 
Preacher 1804; died 10 Dec. 1814. 

His portrait is in Dr Griffiths' Collection. Brother of Thomas 
E. 1772. 

Samuel Gatehouse. JE. 28 May, 1766 (til. Eoberti G. de 
Cheriton, Somerset : gen. ret. 22). C.JE. received as <JT. 
same day, taken up for Battels Christmas 1771. B.A. 
9 May, 1770. 

Francis Watkins. JE. 31 May, 1766 (til. Richard! W. de 
Clifton Campvill, Stafford : cler. a?t. 18). (JT.JE. received 
as (. 30 May, 1766, restored to the order of Charles 
Watkins Meysey, 23 Dec. 1766. 

He seems to have died young. Brother of Charles 1761, 
Richard 1763, and John 1769, all sons of Richard W. 1720. 

Robert Harriett, A.B. JE. 3 July, 1766 (fil. Gulielmi H. 
de Tralee in Regn. Hibern : gen. ret. 20). C.JE. received 
as (. same day, restored 1767, incorporated from 
Trinity College, Dublin, 4 July, 1766. 

John Fewtrell. JE. 18 Oct. 1766 (fil. Gulielmi F. de 
Broadway, Somerset: gen. ret. 18). (H.JE. received as (ft. 
same day, restored 6 Nov. 1771. Admitted g>. 25 Sept. 
1767 of 'Somerset, aged 19: took the oath 6 Oct. B.A. 
6 July, 1770. 

At Broadway he was buried 26 July, 1819, aged 71 and there 

is the following monument. 

" Near this monument in the vault of his ancestors lies the body 

of the Rev. John Fewtrell A.B. who was many years Rector 

of this parish, and of Stocklinch Ottersey and Vicar of Isle 

Abbotts, who departed this life on 15th day of July, 1819, in 

the 70th year of his age." 

" ' Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord. Even so, saith 

the Spirit, for they rest from their labours.' " 

Robert William Blake. JE. 12 Dec. 1766 (fil. de Insula 
Cresariensi : arm. ret. 18). (JI.JE. received as (fT. same 



1766-67.] WARDEN WYNDHAM. 123 

day, taken up for Battels Midsummer 1770. Admitted 
. 26 Sept. 1767 of Hants, aged 19 : took the oath 6 Oct. 
Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1767 : which he forfeited 
1769. His JJi. was vacant by resignation 30 June, 1770. 



1767. 

Thomas Gwyllym. JE. 14 March, 1767 (fil. Thomae G. 
de Stroud, Gloucestr : arm. set. 25). C.JE. received as 
JF.<. same day, taken up for Battels Midsummer 1767. 

Demetrius James. fE. 11 April, 1767 (fil. Gulielmi J. de 
Ightham, Cant : cler. set. 18). (.JE. received as (JT. 
10 April, 1767 : taken up for Battels Midsummer 1772 : 
replaced 15 July, 1775. Goodridge Exhibitioner ? 1770. 
Admitted . 26 Sept. 1767 of Kent, aged 18 : took the 
oath 6 Oct. Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1767 to 1769. 
His JJ. was vacant by resignation 30 June, 1770. 

Rector of Ightham, Kent, 1773, where he was buried 28 Feb. 
1781, aged 31 years. 

Kedgwin Hoskins. JE. 21 May, 1767 (fil. Kedgwin H. de 
Clowerwall, Gloucestr : gen. set. 21). (JT.Jtt. received as 
,-fF.(!T. same day, taken up for Battels Midsummer 
1760. 

The Kedgwins are of Clearwall in Xewland, but the Hoskins 
are of St Briavell's Glouc. where two of this name were buried 
in 1743, and 1764. Probably K. H. of Newland, Glouc. 

(Bigland.) 

George Fender Scobell. JE. (Schobell) 25 May, 1767 
(fil. Georgii S. de Helstone, Cornub : gen. set. 18). (H.JE. 
received as (ft. same clay : restored 23 March, 1774. Ad- 
mitted *. 25 Sept. 1767 of Cornwall, aged 18: took the 
oath 6 Oct. Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1768 to 1772. 
B.A. 5 Eeb. 1771. 

Vicar of Sancreed, Corn, (with St Just) 1773 to 1811. Buried 
at SancivoMl 18 Nov. 1811. 



124 WARDEN WYNDHAM. [1767. 

John Bradford. |^. 25 June, 1767 (fil. Johannis B. de 
Civ. Hereford : pleb. set. 18). (H.JE. received as <JL 

24 June, 1767 : restored Christmas 1777 : replaced 
4 June, 1779: restored 29 Jan. 1782. Admitted g>. 

25 Sept. 1767 of Hereford, aged 18 : took the oath 6 Oct. 
Goodridge Exhibitioner 1768 and 1770. Hody (Hebrew) 
Exhibitioner 1769 to 1775. B.A. 12 April, 1771. 

Born in 1750 : educated at Hereford Gr. School. After taking 
orders in the Church of England, he appears from certain 
published Sermons to have become a Baptist minister. In 
1786 he was condemned as an Antinomian : but continued to 
minister in Orange St. Chapel, Leicester Fields, (1791), and the 
City Chapel, Grubb St (1797, 1799, and 1802). Died 16 July, 
1805, and was buried in Bunhill Fields. He annotated an 
Edition of Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress 1792. (Diet, of Nat. Biog.) 

Theophilus Prosser. |E. 18 July, 1767 (fil. Thomae P. de 
Dorston, Hereford : cler. set. 20). (JI.JE. received as 
Servitor same day, restored 13 l)ec. 1771. Admitted 
Clerk 1 March, 1768 of Hereford, aged 21 : took the 
oath 13 April. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1768, 1769. His 
Clerkship was vacant 28 March, 1769. 

Edward Aubery. |E. 28 Oct. 1767 (fil. Edmundi A. de 
Westmonast : Doctoris, set. 16). (H.|E. received as ({. 
same day, increased 11 Oct. 1770 : it was not exhausted 
at Mich. 1776, when the account ends. B.A. 18 June, 
1771. In the Hody accounts it is stated that they were 
forwarded to the Visitor the Bishop of Bath and Wells 
(William Peirce) "by Mr Aubery his grandson," on 
1 Aug. 1768. 

" Died 2 Sept. 1786, at West Camel, co. Somerset, Rev. Edward 
Aubery, Rector." (G. Mag. 56, IL 812.) 

Middleton Howard. |tt. 1 Dec, 1767 (fil. Henrici H. de 
Civ. Londin : arm. set, 20). .|E. received as (. 
30 Nov. 1767: increased to JfM. 5 Feb. 1768, taken 
up for Battels Midsummer 1774. Obtained the Univer- 
sity Pri/e for an English Poem (The Conquest of Quebec) 
1 768. 



1767-68.] WARDEN WYNDHAM. 125 

Henry Hughes. |E. 17 Dec. 1767 (fil. Richard! H. de 
Llanfihangel-y-Pennant, Carnarvon : pleb. aet. 20). C.J&. 
received as Servitor, same day, restored 6 March, 1772. 
Admitted Clerk same day, of Carnarvon, aged 20 : took 
the oath 15 April, 1768. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1768, 
1769. B.A. 18 June, 1771. His Clerkship was vacant 
3 July, 1770. 

Probably although the age is a little wrong he is the same as 
" Rev. Henry Hughes, Rector of Llangefin, and Llanfaethlu in 
Anglesea : died 20 April, 1828, aged 85 : having been Rector 
50 years." (G. Mag. 1828.) 



Richard Reece. Admitted Clerk 31 March, 1767, of 
Hereford, aged 20 : took the oath 28 April. He entered 
Christ Church as Servitor 14 June, 1766. |E. (Christ 
Church) 18 June, 1766 (fil. Gulielmi R. de Sti Petri, 
Hereford: pleb. set. 19). C.JE. received as Servitor, 
30 March, 1767, restored 17 Oct. 1767. Goodridge 
Exhibitioner 1767. His Clerkship was filled up 1 March, 

1768. He entered Queen's from St Mary Hall 29 Oct. 

1769. B.A. 15 June, 1770. 



1768. 

Thomas Birt. |tt. 4 Feb. 1768 (fil. Jacob! B. de Newland, 
Gloucestr: cler. set. 17). (.JE. received as (. same day, 
taken up for Battels Christmas 1774. Admitted *>. 
23 Sept. 1768 of Gloucester, aged 18: took the oath 
5 Oct. Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1769 to 1775. B.A. 
31 Oct. 1771. M.A. 23 Feb. 1776. Elected $.,-fF. 
30 June, 1774. Admitted Jp. 7 July, 1775 : took the 
oath 27 March, 1776. Elected Sub-Dean 1774: Mode- 
rator of Philosophy 1775 ; Humanity Lecturer 1776 ; 
Catechist 1777 ; Deputy Librarian (for Stubbs) 1777 ; 
Librarian (vice Williams who continued to act as his 
deputy) 3 March, 1779. His Jf. was vacant by marriage 
30 June, 1780. 

Probably T. B. Curate of Breame, in Xewland, Gloucester. 

(Bio-land.) 



126 WARDEN WYNDHAM. [1768. 

Francis John Kelly. JE. 26 March, 1768 (fil. Arthur! 
Kelly de Kelly, Devon: arm. set. 18). (H.JE. received 
as <. 21 March, 1768, taken up for Battels Midsummer 
1771. 

Subsequently Ensign in the Royal Irish Regiment, 28 Feb. 
1772. Lieutenant 9 Oct. 1775. Captain 14 July, 1780, retired 
23 June, 1791. 

Henry Davies. JE. 26 March, 1768 (fil. Davis D. de 
Llandyryn, Merioneth : gen. set. 17). (.JE. received as 
Servitor same day, taken up for Battels Midsummer 
1772. Admitted Clerk 3 July, 1770 of Merioneth, aged 
19. Goodridge Exhibitioner, 1768, 1769. His Clerkship 
was vacant 21 June, 1771. 

Possibly of Llanenddwyn or Llanclwywan : there is no 
Llandyryn in Merioneth. 

Thomas Horner Pearson. JE. 27 April, 1768 (fil. 
Eoberti P. de Crewkerne, Somerset: cler. set. 16). dLJE. 
received as (it. 21 April, 1768, restored 17 May, 1776. 

Admitted *. 7 Oct. 1768 of Somerset, aged 17 : took the 
oath 4 Oct. 1769. Maddox Exhibitioner (vacant 1770). 
Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1770 to 1774. ' B.A. 29 Feb. 
1772. M.A. 17 May, 1776. He resigned his . 30 June, 
1774. 

Evidently grandson of John Horner (of Mells) through his 
daughter Edith, who married R. P. clerk. Vicar of Queen's 
Camel 1785. Rector of Podimore Milton, 23 March, 1776, till 
he died, 13 May, 1832. 

William Rodbard. JE. 10 May, 1768 (fil. Gulielmi R de 
Norton, Somerset: arm. set. 27). C.JE. received as (ft. 
same day, restored 8 July, 1769. 

John Clothier. JE. 19 May, 1768 (fil. Johannis C. de 
Ilchester, Somerset : gen. set. 17). &.JE. received as 
(ft. 16 May, 1768, restored Midsummer 1769. Elected . 
30 June, 1768: but his vacancy was filled up 30 June, 
1769, when it is noted that he was " never admitted." 
B.A. (St Mary's Hall) 3 March, 1772. M.A. 17 Dec. 
1774. 



1768-69.] WARDEN WYNDHAM. 127 

David Jenkins, p. 19 May, 1768 (fil. Griffin J. de 
Penbrin, Cardigan: gen. set. 18). <.f&. received as 
Servitor same day, taken up for Battels Christmas 1772. 
Admitted Clerk 28 April, 1769, of Cardigan, aged 19 : 
took the oath 6 June. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1768, 
1769, 1770. B.A. 17 Dec. 1772. His Clerkship was 
vacant 27 Sept. 1771. 

"Rector of Llaiilwcliairn, Cardigan 1777, till his death in 
1836." (F.) 

Charles Smyth. J&. 31 Oct. 1768 (fil. Johannis S. de 
Lawford, Essex : cler. set. 16). C.|E. received as <. 
(Smith) same day, taken up for Battels Christinas 1774. 
Admitted . 29 Sept. 1769 (Smith) of Essex, aged 17: 
took the oath 4 Oct. Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1770 
to 1775. He was convened and deprived of Commons 
for a week 30 Aug. 1771. B.A. 17 June, 1772. M.A. 
15 July, 1775. Elected $.,#. 30 June, 1774. Admitted 
JF. 7 July, 1775. Elected Sub-Dean 1775 ; Moderator 
of Philosophy 1776. His Jf. w r as vacant by marriage, 
30 Jan. 1779. 

Thomas Broughton. JE. 11 Nov. 1768 (fil. Thomse B. de 
Eadclifie in Civ. Bristol, Somerset: cler. set. 18). (.|E. 
received as (JT. 10 Nov. 1768, taken up for Battels 
Christmas 1776. Admitted . 29 Sept. 1769 of Somer- 
set, aged 18 : took the oath 4 Oct. Maddox Exhi- 
bitioner 1770. B.A. 17 June, 1772. M.A. 17 May, 
1776. His . \vas vacant by resignation 30 June, 1774. 



Thomas Newnam. (.|E. received as OT, 15 Oct. 1768, 
taken up for Battels Midsummer 1773. |E. (Christ 
Church) 16 March, 1768 (fil. Samuelis K de Bristol : 
gen. set. 20.) as (. 



1769. 

John Watkins. Jft. 14 Jan. 1769 (fil. Richard! W. de 
Clifton Campville, Stafford : cler. a^t. 18). (.Jft. received 



128 WARDEN WYNDHAM. [1769. 

as <E. same day: restored 6 Feb. 1777. B.C.L. 4 Feb. 
1777. 

Succeeded his father as Rector of Clifton Campville, 1776 : 
died 19 May, 1833, aged 85. Brother of Charles, 1761, Richard, 
1763, and Francis, 1766, and son of Richard W. 1720. 

Charles Mayson (J). |tt. 5 April, 1769 (fil. Petri M. de 
Frome, Somerset: cler. set. 16). GT.Jtt. received as <. 
same day, restored 27 Nov. 1778, replaced 25 May, 
1786: the account was finally closed Midsummer 1814. 
Admitted . 29 Sept. 1769 of Somerset, aged 16: 
took the oath 4 Oct. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1771. 
Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1771 to 1774. B.A. 1 Feb. 
1773. M.A. 17 July, 1777. B.D. 21 May, 1784. D.D. 
28 June, 1793. Elected $.jf. 30 June, 1776. Admitted 
,-fF. 9 July, 1777: took the oath 29 March, 1778. 
Elected Sub-Dean 1776; Humanity Lecturer 1777, 
1778, 1779; Bursar 1780; Sub-Warden 1781, and 
annually till he resigned the office and his jf. on mar- 
riage 24 June, 1785. 

His name appears first in the Register of Commoners when it 
was resumed in 1810, by Warden Tournay. On 11 May, 1778, 
two pictures of the Founder and Foundress, were purchased of 
him " to be placed in the Warden's Lodgings for the present." 
Rector of Lezant, Cornwall, (30 July 1784 to 1815) where he 
was buried 20 Jan. 1815. There is a monument with the 
following epitaph, 

In memory of 

The Reverend Charles Mayson, D.D. 

Son of the Reverend Peter Mayson, M.A. 

Whom he succeeded in the Rectory of Lezant, 

July 31, 1784. 

Born at Frome in Somersetshire 
he there, under the instruction of his Father, 

an able and judicious Master, 
laid the foundation of those attainments 

which he cultivated and exercised 
as Fellow and Tutor of Wadham College in Oxford. 



Note (T). Names thus marked occur in Warden Tournay's Registers, 
in which he appears to have entered all the names which were on 
the Books in 1810. 



1769.] WARDEN WYNDHAM. 129 

In after life, 

lie was distinguished as a Magistrate, by 
an acute and vigorous understanding, 

a steadfast Loyalty, 
an inflexible love of justice, 

and an ardent desire of promoting the public good. 

As a Neighbour, a Master, a Husband, and a Friend, 

he was hospitable, kind, affectionate, and sincere. 

As Minister of this Parish, 

he zealously preached, 

what he firmly believed and diligently practised, 

the pure Doctrines and Precepts of the Gospel. 

Having endured a long and painful illness, 

with Christian Resignation and Hope, 
he died on the 14th day of January, 1815, 

in the 63rd year of his age. 

Arms. Or, a lion rampant guardant : Crest A demi-lion ram- 
pant holding a wreath. 

One of the Chalices belonging to Lezant has this inscrip- 
tion, 

"Le/ant, Cornwall, 1793, 

Ex dono Caroli Mayson S. T. P. 

Hujus Ecclesise Rectoris." 

Henry Rawlins. Jtt. 11 May, 1769 (fil. Henrici K. de 
Wedmoor, Somerset : gen. set. 20). (!LJE. received as 
<2L 8 May 1769, restored 21 Oct. 1775. B.A. 1 Feb. 

1773. 

Baptised at Wedmore, 27 Aug. 1747. Rector of Staplegrove : 
he lived at Martock and died 1S10. He bestowed upon the 
Church at Wedmore a library of 125 volumes, about the year 
1792, but most of the books contain the name of William 
Andrews who was living in 1748, and has a monument (erected 
in his lifetime) in Wedmore Church. 

Henry Lomas. JE. 17 Oct. ' 1769 (fil. Thomse L. de 
Gluton, Derb : pleb. aet. 21). C.JE. received as Servitor 
same day, finally taken up for Battels Christmas 1782. 
Goodridge Exhibitioner 1770, 1771, 1772. Admitted 
Clerk 21 June, 1771 of Derbyshire, aged 23: took the 

i 



130 WARDEN WYNDHAM. [1769-70. 

oath 16 Oct. Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1772 to 
1777. B.A. 9 June, 1778. 



177O. 

Joseph Webbe. JE. 17 Feb. 1770 (til. Georgii W. in 
Insula Nevis in Inch's : arm. set. 18). C.JE. received as 
-fF.OL 16 Feb. 1770, restored 27 April, 1774. Created 
M.A. 8 July, 1773. 

William Speare. JE. 3 March, 1770 (fil. Gulielmi S. de 
Sti Edniundi in Civ. Exon : gen. set. 18). (JT.JE. received 
as (. 2 March, 1770, finally taken up for Battels Mid- 
summer 1785. Admitted 5. 28 Sept. 1770 of Exeter, 
aged 1 9 : took the oath 4 Oct. Hody (Hebrew) Exhibi- 
tioner 1771 to 1772. B.A. 15 Feb. 1774. M.A. 10 July, 
1784. B.D. and D.D. 18 Feb. 1800. 

Prebendary of Exeter, 30 Nov. 1810, died 25 March, 1812. 
His name appears as Speares in G. May. 

Charles D'Oyley. JE. 3 April, 1770 (til. Caroli D'O. de 
Civ. Londin: gen. set. 19). (JLJE. received as (. 
5 April, 1770, restored 25 July, 1777. Admitted .. 
28 Sept. 1770 of London, aged 19 : took the oath 4 Oct. 
Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1772 to 177G. B.A. 30 Oct. 
1773. He resigned his . 29 June, 1776. 

John Roberson. JE. 8 May, 1770 (fil. Thomas E. de Civ. 
Oxoii : pleb. a>t. 17). (H.JE. received as <. 4 May, 1770 
(Robertson), restored 10 July, 1770, when he signs 
" lloberson." Admitted Servitor of Christ Church (as 
Robertson), G July, 1770. B.A. 18 June, 1774. M.A. 
4 Nov. 1779. Admitted Chaplain of Magdalen 1780, 
resigned 4 January 1787. (Bloxani II. 177.) 

John Templeman. JE. 31 May, 1770 (fil. Thoma> T. do 
Merriott, Somerset: gen. a-t. 18). (JT.JE. received as (!T. 
28 May, 1770: restored by Bursar Litchfield. 15. A. 
12 Feb. 1774: lie was subsequently incorporated at 



1770.] WARDEN WYNDHAM. 131 

King's College, Cambridge, and graduated M.A. in 
1792. 

"At Lopen near Crewkerne, Somerset died, 20 April, 1835, Rev. 
J. T. Rector of Crickett St Thomas, aged 85. He was of King's 
Coll : Camb. M.A. 1792." (G. Mag. 105, II. 554.) 

Edward Whitley. JE. 31 May, 1770 (fil. Edvardi W. de 
Merriott, Somerset : cler. set. 17). &.JE. received as (. 
28 May, 1770, restored 8 May, 1778. Admitted &. 
27 Sept. 1771 of Somerset, aged 18 : took the oath 
16 Oct. Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1772 to 1778. 
B.A. 12 Feb. 1774. M.A 16 June, 1779. B.D. 29 April, 
1789: having been Proctor 1788. Elected ^.Jf. 
30 June, 1777. Admitted Jf. 7 July, 1778. Elected 
Moderator of Philosophy 1777; Bursar 1784, 1786. 
Sub-Warden 1785, 1788 ; Deputy Librarian 1788 ; Lib- 
rarian 1789, 1790, 1791, 1794, 1795, (in all these years, 
Williams was his deputy) 1797 (Davis deputy) ; Bursar 
(vice Trollope married) 20 Sept. 1793 ; Moderator of 
Philosophy (vice Rogers) in 1797. His ,-ff. expired 
30 June, 1800. 

Vicar of Stoke under Hamdeii. Vicar of Merriott. Rector of 
Stowey, Somerset, 1799 to 1823. Son of Edward W. 17| on 
whose monument in Merriott Church is added " In the Chancel 
at Stowey are deposited the remains of the Rev. Edward 
Whitley, B.D. 23 years the exemplary Rector of that parish ; 
died Nov. 6, 1823, aged 73." In the Chancel at Stowey on the 
stone over the vault is an inscription with the following line 
" He lived to live." 

Hanway Balack. |E. 27 July, 1770 (fil. Thorns B. de 
Civ. Londin : arm. aet. 18). C.JE. received as Jf.(!T. 
same day, restored 24 July, 1773. 

Richard Owen. pi. 3 Nov. 1770 (fil. Thorn* 0. de 
Llanganfalin, Cardigan : cler. set. 20). C.|E. received as 
Servitor same day, restored 13 June, 1771. 

James Willis. JK. 15 Nov. 1770 (fil. Bichardi W. de 
Holebord, Hampton : cler. a*t. 17). !&. received as 
(. 16 Nov. 1770, taken up for Battels Midsummer 1786. 



132 WARDEN WYNDHAM. 



B.C.L. 10 Feb. 1786. On 5 March, 1776, he was com- 
plained of by Mr White, Fellow, " for uttering prophane 
oaths." 

Holebord, possibly Holy bourne in Hants. 



William Brooks. Admitted . 28 Sept. 1770 of Warwick 
aged 18 : took the oath 4 Oct. C.JE. received as <JL 
19 June, 1770, restored Midsummer 1771. JE. (St 
John's) 23 Nov. 1769 (fil. Samuelis B. de Coventry, 
Warwic : cler. ret. 17). He appears to have returned to 
St John's where he was admitted jo from Coventry 
School 1 July, 1771, and -p. 27 June, 1774 B.A. 
28 April, 1775. M.A. 14 June, 1779. B.D. 6 May, 
1784. On 17 May, 1797, he was presented to the 
College Kectory of East Farnden, Northants, which was 
filled up on his death 12 Nov. 1833. 



Edward Lambert. C.JE. received as Jf.tft. 3 August, 

1770; finally taken up for Battels Christinas, 1774. 
Edward L. Demy of Magdalen 1767 to 1770. J&. (Magd.) 

28 July, 1767 son of Edward L. of Steeple Langford, 
Wilts. Arm, aged 18. 

Rector of Fresliford, Somerset. (Bloxam VI. 349.) 
"Died 17 March, 1818." (F.) 



1771. 

Charles Sweet, JH. 8 March, 1771 (fil. Georgii S. de 

Bradninch, Devon : gen. set. 17). (JT.JH. received as 

Or. 7 March, 1771, restored 20 March, 1775. B.A. 
14 March, 1775. 

Rector of Kentesbury, Devon, where on a marble slab (after a 
long account of his wife) comes the following epitaph, 
"And in like Hope, on this true Spiritual Rock 

Of Ages, rests the Shepherd of his flock. 

Through a long course within this hallowed place 

He preached the mercies of Redeeming Grace 



[1771. WARDEN WYNDHAM. 



The Love, the Merits of Christ Crucified 
And in the Faith he taught both lived and died. 

That Life all Social Charities did blend 

Of Son, of Brother, Husband, Father, Friend : 

Of these may God's approving sentence tell. 

We sigh, as all may sigh, Brother Farewell. 

The Rev. Charles Sweet 

Died on the 27th of July, 1833, 

Having been Fifty-seven years 

The Pious Rector of this Parish 

In the 82nd year 

Of his age. 

John Harvey. Jtt. 12 March, 1771 (til. Thomse H. de 
Cauldon, Stafford : arm. set. 17). (JT.JE. received as (ft. 
same day, restored 8 July, 1778. Admitted .27 Sept. 
1771 of Stafford, aged 17: took the oath 16 Oct. Mad- 
dox Exhibitioner 1772 to 1774. Hody (Greek) Exhibi- 
tioner 1775 to 1779. B.A. 11 Nov. 1774. M.A. 8 July, 
1780. Elected ty.Jf. 30 June, 1777. Admitted ,-jf. 
7 July, 1778: took the oatli 6 July, 1780. Elected 
Sub-Dean 1777- Catechist 1778, 1779. His JF. was 
vacant by marriage 28 June, 1784. 

Andrew Shirley. |ft. 19 March, 1771 (fil. Johaimis S. de 
Bagbea i.e. Bagbere, Dorcestr: gen. set,. 18). CT.|^l. 
received as (JT. same day, taken up for Battels Midsummer 
1782. B.A. 11 Nov. 1774. 

The Shirley s were long seated at Bagbere in Sturminster 
Newton, and acquired a considerable estate in those parts : 
this Andrew was son and heir of John S. : the estate was 
purchased by the Grosvenors. (Hutchins IV. 340.) 

George Longden. JE. 29 April, 1771 (fil. Eoberti L. de 
"VVormhill, Derb: gen. set. 17). (JT.Jtt. received as (ft. 
same day, restored 8 March, 1777. Admitted j. 27 Sept. 
1771 of Derbyshire, aged 18 : took the oath 16 Oct. 
B.A. 17 Eeb. 1775, and on the 6 April following he was 
deprived of his . for taking his B.A. " without the 
Warden's leave, and contrary to his express order." 

Wormhill is a chapelry in the parish of Tideswell. 



134 WARDEN WYNDHAM. [1771-72. 

Robert Still. JE. 31 May, 1771 (fil. Nathaniel S. de 
Salisbury, Hampton : (sic.) gen. ret. 17). <.Jlfl. received 
as (JT. same day, restored 17 July, 1779. B.C.L. 17 June, 

1779. 

John Chichester. |H. 31 May, 1771 (fil. Henrici C. de 
Northover, Somerset: arm. set. 18). (H.jE. received as 
(. (John Hody C.) same day, restored 26 March, 1776. 
B.A. 28 April, 1775. 

" Died 6 May, 1834, at Stoke House, Shepton Mallet J. H. C. 
aged 82." (G. Mag. 104, II. 220.) 

Samuel Causer. JE. 10 Oct. 1771 (fil. Thomas C. de 
Eyton, Salop: pleb. set. 19). C.JK. received as Servitor, 
27 Sept. 1771 restored, 30 May, 1772, replaced as (ft. 
1772, restored after his death, to his father, 29 Nov. 
1775. Admitted Clerk 27 Sept. 1771, of Salop, 
aged 19. His Clerkship was vacant 23 May, 1772. 
Goodridge Exhibitioner, 1774. 

StiUingfleet Durnford. JE. 11 Dec. 1771 (fil. Thomse D. 
de Harting, Sussex: Doctoris, set. 18). (JT.JE. received 
as (ST. same day : account closed Midsummer 1783. 

Apparently son of Tli. D. 1733, and brother of Th. D. 1761. 



1772. 

Francis Rufford. |E. 21 Jan. 1772 (fil. Philippi It. de Civ. 
Vigorn: gen. get. 16). &.JE. received as <JT. 23 Jan. 

1772 restored 8 July, 1778. Admitted . 25 Sept. 
1772, of Worcester, aged 17 : took the oath 7 Oct. 
Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner, 1773 to 1778. B.A. 20 Oct. 
1775. M.A. 26 April, 1781. Elected ^.,-fF. 30 June, 
1777. Admitted ,-ff. 7 July, 1778. Elected Moderator 
of Philosophy, 1778; Bursar 1781, 1782, and (vice 
Litchfield) 28 June, 1784. His jf. was vacant by 
marriage 30 June, 1785. 

IIcHor of Kimvarton, Warwick, 1787, J. P. : died 22 Jan. 1833, 



1772.] WARDEN WYNDHAM. 135 

John Yeomans (J). JE. 21 Jan. 1772 (fil. Sampson Y. 
de Henbmy, Gloucestr: gen. set. 15). <.JE. received as 
dt. same day, restored 7 July, 1779, replaced 25 Jan. 
1812 : account ends Christmas, 1821. Admitted 5j. 
25 Sept. 1772, of Gloucester, aged 16 : took the oath 
20 July, 1773. Goodridge Exhibitioner, 1776. B.A. 
20 Oct. 1775. M.A. 11 July, 1781. B.D. 20 March, 
1792. D.D. 22 March, 1792. Elected $.JF. 30 June, 
1778. Admitted JF, 8 July, 1779. Elected Sub-Dean 
1778 ; Moderator of Philosophy 1779 ; Librarian 1780, 
(Williams deputy) : again 1782 (vice Williams) ; Human- 
ity Lecturer 1782 ; Bursar 1783, 1784, 1785, and 1788 to 
1791; Catechist 1786; Deputy Librarian 1786; Sub- 
Warden 1787. The Bursarship was vacated 7 April, 
1792, by marriage. 

Chaplain to the 2nd Troop of Horse Grenadier Guards, 18 Nov. 
1784. The Regiment disappears from the Army List in 1788. 
Rector of Whtchford, Warwick, 1792. Rector of Hornton and 
Horley, Oxon : 1811 ; he died 27 June, 1823, at Whichford, 
aged 67. 

George Abney. JE. 23 Jan. 1772 (fil. Gulielmi A. de 
Tamworth, Warwic: arm. set. 19). C.JE. received as 
JF.(. same day, taken up for Battels Midsummer 1772. 

Died s. p. (Nichols, Leicester III. 1032.) 

John Miller. |E. 9 March, 1772 (fil. Henrici M. de Civ. 
Londiii : gen. set. 18). (JI.JE. received as (JT. same day, 
taken up for Chamber Rent, March, 1775. 

John Ellis, pi. 8 April, 1772 (fil. Edvardi E. de Turgess, 
Hampton : gen. set. 18). (JT.|E. received as (fl*. same day, 
taken up for Battels Midsummer 1779. B.A. 16 Eeb. 
1776. 

John Wood. |E. 16 May, 1772 (fil. Basilii W. de Civ. 
Bristol, gen. set. 18). CJtt. received as <. 12 May, 

1771, restored 27 June, 1779. B.A. 20 Eeb. 1776. 

Charles Davenport. fit. 21 May, 1772 (fil. Gulielmi D. 



136 WARDEN WYNDHAM. [1772. 

de Beading, Bercher: gen. set. 18). (tf.ftt. received as 
<JL same day, paid over to his Executor 3 Dec. 1777. 

William Melhuish. Jtt. 30 May, 1772 (fil. Thomse M. de 
Poughill, Devon: gen. set. 19). C.jE. received as (JO*. 

28 May, 1772, restored 11 July, 1780. Admitted <&. 
25 Sept. 1772 of Devon, aged 18 : took the oath 6 Oct. 
Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1774 to 1780. B.A. 9 Feb. 
1776. M.A. 7 July, 1781. Elected ^.jf. 30 June, 
1779. Admitted jf. 4 July, 1780. Elected Librarian 
1779. He resigned his ,-fF. 30 June, 1801. From an 
entry under date 15 April, 1814: it would appear that 
he was deranged his case being cited as a precedent for 
refusing a share of the Easter Fines to a Fellow absent 
through illness. From 1807 to 1821, he received Dr 
Wills benefaction of 50 to a superannuated Fellow, 
except in the year 1809, when he received the higher 
benefaction of 75. 

Thomas Eveleigh. JE. 4 June, 1772 (fil. Johannis E. de 
Winkley, Devon: cler. set. 16). (JT.JE. received as (JL 
1 June/^1772, paid over to his brother John (1766) of 
Oriel 7 'June, 1776. Admitted g>. 25 Sept. 1772 of 
Devon, aged 17 : took the oath 6 Oct. B.A. 1 March, 
1776. 

Paul Methuen Leir. JE. 25 June, 1772 (fil. Thomse L. de 
Ditcheat, Somerset : cler. set. ). (JT.JE. received as (j. 
same day, restored 26 June, 1777. 

Esquire, landholder, of Cliarlton Musgrove. (Plielp I. 212.) 
Brother of Thomas L. 1756, and William L. 1757, and son of 
Thomas L. 17J. 

Thomas Bisse. JE. 1 July, 1772 (fil. Thomse B. de Civ. 
Londin : gen. set. 18). (.JE. received as <&. (Bysse) 

29 June, 1772, taken up for Battels Christmas 1783. 
B.A. 19 April, 1776. M.A. 22 May, 1783. 

Joseph Morris. JE. 14 July, 1772 (fil. Josephi M. de 
Claverley, Stafford ? Salop": gen. aet. 19). CT.JE. re- 
ceived as (ft. same day: paid to the Bursars for Battels 



1772.] WARDEN WYNDHAM. 137 

&c. by Decree of the Vice Chancellor's Court, 10 July, 
1777. B.A. 7 March, 1777. 

"Died 19 July, 1837, at Bridgenorth, Rev. J. M. for nearly 
sixty years Eector of Tasley, Salop, aged 84." 

(G. Mag. 107, II. 322.) 

He was buried in the Churchyard at Tasley, 23 July, 1837, 
aged 85 years (sic) : but there is no trace of a monument. 

John Golightly. JE. 19 Aug. 1772 (fil. Johannis G. de 
Eling, Hanton (sic) but ? Elingham, Hampton : arm. set. 
26). (ZLJtt. received as Jf.<t. same day, restored 4 Oct. 
1775. B.A. (Trinity) 23 Oct. 1776. M.A. 10 July, 1781. 

Henry Albert Schultens. Jtt. 27 Oct. 1772 (fil. Johannis 
Jacobi S. de Leyden, Hollandise: Doctoris, set. 23). 
<E.|tt. received as JfM. 16 Oct. 1772, restored 14 May, 
1773. M.A. by Diploma, 4 May, 1773. 

William Hill. JE. 18 Nov. 1772 (fil. Joseph! H. de Sher- 
burne, Dorcestr : cler. set. 18). C.JE. received as . same 
day, taken up for Battels Christmas 1781. B.A. 9 July, 
1777. M.A. 8 July, 1780. 

John Trist. JE. 25 Nov. 1772 (fil. Johannis T. de 
Sti Steven, Cornub : cler. set. 18). (.JE. received as (. 
17 Nov. 1772, restored 7 Oct. 1773. . of Worces- 
ter College 1773 to 1776. B.A. 25 June, 1776. Subse- 
quently Jf . 

" Chaplain of H.M.S. Monmouth : died at Cape de Verde 
Islands 1781." (F.) 
Brother of Jeremiah T. 1773. 

George Marshall. JE. 5 Dec. 1772 (fil. Georgii M. de 
Bishops Waltham, Hampton : gen. set. 19). (JT.JE. 
received as (. same day, restored 5 July, 1777. 

In Horsham Church, Sussex, is a mural monument to the 
memory of the Eev. G. M. "For thirty-five years officiating 
minister of this parish, ob. Oct. 7, 1819, set. 67." The Vicars 
of Horsham during this period were Francis Adkins and 
William Jameson. 
Father of George M. 1803. 



138 WARDEN WYNDHAM. [1772. 

William Williams. Admitted Clerk 23 May, 1772 of 
Merioneth, aged 20. (SLJUl. received as Servitor same 
day, taken up for Battels Midsummer 1775. Jtt. (Jesus) 
19 March, 1771 (fil. Thomas W. de Dolgelly, Merioneth : 
pleb. set. 19). Goodridge Exhibitioner 1772, 1773, 1774. 
B.A. 9 Dec. 1774. His Clerkship was vacant 29 Oct. 
1774. 

He married Jennet Vychaii daughter of Peter Lewis of 
Dolgelly ; of which place he was Curate ; died comparatively 
young. 



William Williams (J). Admitted S>. 25 Sept. 1772 of 
Brecknock, aged 17 : took the oath 20 July, 1773. ffl.Jtt. 
received as (. 27 June, 1772, restored 2 Nov. 1779, 
JE. (Jesus) 4 June, 1772 (fil. Philippi W. de Cantitf, 
Brecon : pleb. at. 17). Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 
1773 to 1781. B.A. 16 Feb. 1776. M.A. 11 July, 1781. 
Elected ^.JF. 30 June, 1778. Admitted Jf. 8 July, 
1779: took the oath 6 July, 1780. Elected Sub-Dean 
1779; Catechist 1780; Dean 1781, 1786, 1787, 1788; 
Moderator of Philosophy 1782 ; Humanity Lecturer 
1783, 1784, 1785; Sub-Warden 1789 to 1796; Bursar 
1797. He was also deputy Librarian 1789 to 1795. He 
was Dean for a short time in 1802, and vacated his jf . 
by superannuation 14 July, 1802. He was elected to 
Dr Wills' allowance for a superannuated ,-ff. in 1806, and 
in 1809 it is noted that he intends to assert his claim to 
this allowance -but he does not appear to have received 
it again till 1813 from which year he received it till 
1817. His name was removed from the College Books 
2 Feb. 1816. 

"Vicar of Wappenlmry, Warwick, 1813 to 1818." (F.) 
Died 1818. (G. Mag. 88, I. 646.) 



Francis Woodcock. <JL|E. received as (ft. 18 May, 1772, 
restored 1 Xov. 1780. JE. (Xew) 6 July, 1770 (fil. 
Erancisci W. de Civ. Hereford: gen. a?t. 16). B.A. 
27 June, 1775. Migrated to St John's Coll : Camb : 
as Pensioner 29 June. 1782. M.A. 1782. 



1772-73.] WARDEN WYNDHAM. 139 

"Rector of Putley, Hereford 1780, and of Moreton, Hereford 
1783." (F.) 

"14 Nov. 1818, died, Rev. F. W. for many years one of the 
Prebendaries of Hereford." (G. Mag. 88, II. 640.) 



1773. 

William Austin. |tt. 20 Feb. 1773 (fil. Isaac A. de Woot- 
ton under hedge (sic) : Gloucestr : arm. set. 18). (JT.JE. 
received as (. same day, restored 5 July, 1780. Ad- 
mitted S>. 23 Sept. 1774 of Gloucester, aged 20: took 
the oath 4 Oct. Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1775 
to 1781. B.A. 9 Nov. 1776. M.A. 8 July, 1780. 
B.M. 12 Feb. 1782. D.M. 4 Feb. 1783. Elected ^-JF* 
30 June, 1779. Admitted Jf. 4 July, 1782. Elected 
Bursar 1780 (vice Wills) ; Humanity Lecturer 1780, 
1781. His JF. (vacant by marriage) was filled up 
30 June, 1782. 

Physician to the Radcliffe Infirmary, 9 April, 1783 to 1786. 
Physician to St Bartholomews 10 August, 1786. F.R.C.P. 
1 Oct. 1787, Censor 1788. Gulstonian Lecturer 1790. Died 
21 Jan. 1793. "Ingenio acutum, moribus suavem, studio in- 
defessum, .... iter quod ad famam ducit arduum, non ut 
plerosque, regre scandentem sed quasi cursu conficientem." 
R. Bourne's Harveian Oration 1797. Author of A Treatise 
on the Stone 1791. 

Robert Freke Gould. |U. 2 April, 1773 (fil. Thomre G. 
de Beer liegis, Dorcestr : arm. aet. 18). CT.pt. received 
as <#. same day, taken up Christmas 1783. B.C.L. 
17 Dec. 1782. 

He is described by Hutchins (II. 842.) as the son of 

T. G. of Milborne St Andrew, and Frome Billet, born 7 Nov. 

1755. 

Rector of Luckham, Somerset, 1782. Vicar of Thorverton, 

Devon, 1797. "Died 4 Nov. 1838, aged 85, at Luckham, Sum : 

Rev. R. F. (I. for 56 year* Rector of that parish, and for 41 



140 WARDEN WYNDHAM. 1773.] 

years Vicar of Thorverton, Devon . . . Naturally endowed 
with a benevolent and cheerful serenity of disposition, he 
exhibited in the whole tenor of his long life a steadfast and 
scrupulous regard to the due observance of every obligation as a 
husband, a father, and a parish priest." (G. Mag. 108, II. 666.) 

John Pearson. JE. 27 May, 1773 (fil. Robert! P. de 
Crewkerne, Somerset: cler. set. 18). Bible Clerk 
(Exeter) 1775 (Boase 146). B.A. 14 March, 1777. 

John? Lewis. JH. 27 May, 1773 (fil. Johannis L. de 
Llanvayre Clydoge, Cardigan : pleb. set. 22). (.JE. re- 
ceived as Servitor 26 May, 1773. Admitted Clerk 25 June, 
1773 from Cardigan, aged 22 : took the oath 13 July. 
Goodridge Exhibitioner (Henry L.) 1773 (John L.) 
1774; his Clerkship was filled up 21 June, 1777. 
Brother of Rice L : 1782. 

Jeremiah Trist. |E. 27 May, 1773 (fil. Johannis T. de 
Sti Steven, Cornub : cler. set. 17.) C.JH. received as (JT. 
25 May, 1773, restored 28 May, 1786. B.A. 22 Jan. 
1777. M.A. 23 May, 1786. 

Vicar of Veryan, Cornwall, 1782 : J.P. where he has the 
following monument, 

In Memory of 

JEREMIAH TRIST, A.M. 

">2 Years Minister of this Parish 

Died 23rd Sept. 1829, Aged 74. 

Dust to Dust. 

In sure and certain hope 

of the Resurrection to Eternal Life. 

Through the ALONE merits and Mediations 

Of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. 
Brother of John T. 1772. 

James Beebee. |tt. 25 June, 1773 (fil. Tliomse B. de Leo- 
minster, Hereford : gen. set. 18). GL|E. received as (fl*. 
same day: restored 19 Feb. 1782. B.A. 19 July, 1777. 

Richard Legg Willis. |E. 8 July, 1773 (fil. Kichardi W. 
de Civ. Londin : arm. set. 15). (.JE. received as (. 
same day: increased to jF.(ff. Feb. 1775, restored 22 Dec, 
1777. Created M.A. 17 Dec. 1777. 



[1773. WARDEN WYNDHAM. 141 

William Toms. JE. 13 Oct. 1773 (fil. Ludovici T. de Bishops 
Nympton, Damnonise : gen. set. 18). (JLJE. received as (JT. 
same day: restored 1 Nov. 1781. Admitted g>. 23 Sept. 
1774 of Devon, aged 18: took the oath 4 Oct. Hody 
(Greek) Exhibitioner 1775 to 1781. Goodridge Exhibi- 
tioner 1779. B.A. 28 May, 1777. M.A. 19 July, 1783. 
Elected $.Jp. 30 June, 1780. Admitted JF. 4 July, 
1781. Elected Sub-Dean 1780; Catechist 1781, 1782 
(but on 20 Nov. 1783, Bond was elected in his place, 
as he was usher of a school at Richmond) ; Librarian (vice 
Eufford) 1785, 1786, 1792. He resigned his $. 1794. 

Perpetual Curate of South Molton 1794, and Eector of Comb 
Martin, Devon 1793, till he died 21 Feb. 1833 : buried at 
South Molton, 26 Feb. 1833, where there is the following 
epitaph, 

Sacred to the memory of William Toms, Clerk, M.A. : Formerly 
Fellow of Wadham College, Oxford, and for 39 years Rector of 
Comb Martin, and perpetual Curate of this Parish who de- 
parted this life Feb. 21 1833, aged 79. 

Henry Fletcher. JE. 16 Dec. 1773 (fil. Thomas Y. de 
Monmouth : gen. set. 20). (.JE. received as Jf.ift. same 
day : finally taken up Michaelmas 1781. 



James Dowland. GT.JE. received as (ft. 5 May, 1773 : 
taken up for Battels Christmas 1780. JE. (Christ 
Church) 15 Jan. 1770 (fil. Johannis D. de Shaston i.e. 
Shaftesbury, Dorcestr : aet. 17). 

Rector of Winterborne Clenstone, Dorset, 16 Xov. 1795 : died 
1825 in his 73rd year. (Hut chins I. 185.) 

He is called LL.B. but does not appear to have graduated at 
Oxford or Cambridge. 

John Williams. C.JE. received as <. 24 Sept. 1773, 
restored 19Dec. 1781, replaced as Serjeant-at-law 8 March, 
1808. JE. (Jesus) 19 Feb. 1773 ' (fil. Thomas W. de 
Carmarthen: pleb." set. 17). Admitted j. 23 Sept. 
1774 of Carmarthen, aged 19 : took the oath 4 Oct. 
Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1774 to 1779. U.A. 17 Oct. 



142 WARDEN WYNDHAM. 1773-74.] 

1776. M.A. 11 July, 1781 Elected $.JF. 30 June, 
1780. Admitted JF. 4 July, 1781. Elected Moderator 
of Philosophy 1780 ; Librarian and Moderator of Philo- 
sophy 1781 ; also Humanity Lecturer (vice Austen) 1782, 
Librarian 1782 : resigned JF. 30 June, 1792. 

Barrister at law, Inner Temple, 1781. " Sergeant at Law 1794. 
King's Sergeant 1804, died 27 Sept. 1810, buried in the 
Temple Church." (F.) 



1774. 

Edward Cooper. JE. 21 Jan. 1774 (fil. Johannis C. de 
Salisbury, Wilton : arm. set. 21). C.JE. received as 
JF.OT. 7 "March, 1774, restored 12 April, 1777. 

Vicar of Yetminster, Dorset, April 1777, resigned 4 Feb. 1807, 
and was succeeded by his son Blakley C. (1802) : died 23 May, 
1810, and was buried at Yetminster on 26th, where on the 
lower part of a monumental slab on the South wall at the East 
End of the Chancel is the following inscription, 

Sacred to the memory of 
Edward Cooper, Cl : Rector of 

Hambledon, Surry and 30 years Vicar of this Parish. 
Obt. May the 23, 1810 

Aged 58. 

One E.G. was Prebendary of Hill Deverell, Heytesbury, 1781. 

(Hoare.) 

William Cleeves. pi. 23 Jan. 1774 (fil. Johannis C. de 
Perrott, Somerset: arm. nst. 18). (H.JE. received as (ft. 
22 March, 1774, restored 21 Dec. . P.A. 6 March, 

1778. 

William Edwards. JH. 2 March, 1774 (fil. Johannis E. de 
Kepton, Deri) : cler. u-t. 18). (.^1. received as (. same 
day, restored 6 April, 1778. B.A. 6 Nov. 1777. 

Thomas Whinyates. |E. 17 May, 1774 (fil. Thomse W. 
de Charleton, Damn : cler. ;et. 18). C.|E. received as ({t. 
same day: increased to jF.dL 26 March, 1776: taken up 
for Ikittels "and accounted for to Mr W.'s father" 
10 Dec. 177!). 



1774.] WARDEN WYNDHAM. H3 

Samuel Farewell. JE. 19 May, 1774 (fil. Samuelis F. de 
Milborne, Somerset : arm. set. 18). (.J&. received as 
Jf.<&. same day: taken up for Battels Midsummer 1781. 

Thomas Archard. JE. 19 May, 1774 (fil. Thomse A. de 
Sti Petri, Carmarth : gen. get. 24). (JLJE. received as (. 
18 May, 1774, restored 15 April, 1778. ' 

Rice Jones. Jtt. 19 May, 1774 (fil. Pace J. de Llanfachretli, 
Merioneth: gen. set. 19). (.JE. received as (. 18 May, 
1774 : paid over 1 May, 1778. B.A. 22 Jan. 1778. 

David Edwards. |E. 19 May, 1774 (fil. Johannis E. de 
Llanynis, Denbigh : gen. set. 19). (H.JE. received as <. 

17 May, 1774, restored 12 March, 1778. B.A. 26 Feb. 
1778. 

Richard Jones. |E. 19 May, 1774 (fil. Gualteri J. de 
Llanio, Cardigan : gen. set. 20). C.JE. received as Servitor 

18 May, 1774: taken up for Battels Midsummer 1778, 
replaced 12 June, 1795, and restored before the end of 
the year. Admitted Clerk, 29 Oct. 1774 from Cardigan, 
aged 22. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1776. B.A. 22 June, 
1778. M.A. 19 June, 1795. He apparently vacated his 
Clerkship 29 Nov. 1777. 

Thomas Bawn. |E. 13 June, 1774 (fil. Thomas B. de 
Bristol : gen. set. 17). (JT.p. received as <. 10 June, 
1774, restored 10 July, 1782. Admitted . 23 Sept. 1774 
of Gloucester, aged 18 : took the oath 4 Oct. Goodridge 
Exhibitioner 1776 and 1779. Maddox Exhibitioner 1774 
to 1778. B.A. 23 Feb. 1779 : having been refused leave 
to proceed on 6 May, 1778 " for irregularities." Elected 
$J. jF. 30 June, 1781. Admitted Jf. 3 July, 1782 : took 
the oath 4 Nov. Elected Sub-Dean 1781. Died Jan. 
1784. 

Thomas Tims. |E. 31 Oct. 1774 (fil. Alphei T. de Dor- 
chester, Dorcestr : gen. at. 21). dLJft. received as (!T. 
same day, taken up for Battels Midsummer 1782. B.A. 
17 June, 1778 (printed Sims in the Catalogue of 
Graduates). 



144 WARDEN WYNDHAM. 1774.] 

One of this name died Rector of Walmer, Kent, 1811 ; (G. Mag.) 
where there is a tablet recording that in a grave near the 
Desk are deposited the remains of Rev. T. T. " who was 
Curate of this Parish for 23 years : he died Aug. 3rd, 1811, aged 
68 years." 

Francis Henry Barker. JE. 11 Nov. 1774 (fil. Edvardi 
B. de Sti Andrew, Londin: gen. set. 17). <.JE. received 
as (ft. 8 Nov. 1774, increased to JF.<. 26 March, 1776 : 
taken up for Battels Christmas 1784. B.A. 20 April, 



Miles Price. Jtt. 15 Nov. 1774 (fil. Thomse P. de Civ. 
Gkmcestr: gen. jet. 18). (.JE. received as <. same 
day, taken up for Battels Christmas 1778. 

William Warburton. JE. 9 Dec. 1774 (fil. Gulielmi W. 
de Civ. Londin: gen. aet. 21). (H.jE. received as (Jt. 
19 Nov. 1774, taken up for Battels Lady Day 1775. 

John Halse. JE. 17 Dec. 1774 (fil. Nicolai H. de Holy- 
well in Civ. Oxon: pleb. get. 15). C.JE. received as <j. 
5 Nov. 1774, restored 10 July, 1782. Admitted . 
29 Sept. 1775 of Oxford, aged 16: took the oath 6 Oct. 
Goodridge Exhibitioner 1776. Hody (Greek) Exhibi- 
tioner 1776 to 1782. B.A. 25 June, 1778. M.A. 17 July, 
1784. Elected ^.Jf. 30 June, 1781. Admitted JF. 
3 July, 1782 : took the oath 8 Nov. Elected Sub-Dean 
1782; Moderator of Philosophy 1783; Catechist 1784, 
but he succeeded White as Dean in 1785 ; Bursar 1785 ; 
Catechist 1787, 1788 ; Bursar again 1789 to 1792. His 
Jf. was vacant on marriage 30 June, 1794. 

He was chorister of Magdalen 1768 to 1774. (Bloxam I. 177.) 



Richard Richards. <*Lpt. received as (JT. 7 May, 1773, 
taken up for Battels Christmas 1774. JE. (Jesus) 
19 March, 1771 (fil. Thorn* K. de Dolgelly, Merioneth : 
pleb. a-t. 18). B.A. 10 Oct. 1774. Migrated to Queen's 



1774-75.] WARDEN WYNDHAM. 145 

where he was elected Michel Fellow 20 June, 1776. 
M.A. 15 July, 1777. 

Barrister-at-law (Inner Temple) 1780. K.C. and a Bencher 
1799. M.P. for Helston 1796 to 1799. Chief Justice of 
Chester, May, 1813. Sergeant-at-law 1814. Baron of the 
Exchequer 26 Feb. 1814. Knighted 11 May, 1814. Chief 
Baron, 22 April, 1817, died 11 Nov. 1823; buried in the 
Temple Church. 



1775. 

William Rawlins. JE. 31 May, 1775 (fil. Antonii E. de 
Fairford, Gloucestr : gen. ast. 21). (JT.JE. received as (ft. 
same day, restored 14 April, 1777. B.A. (St Mary 
Hall) 4 Nov. 1779. M.A. 12 Feb. 1782. 

Rector of Teversal, Notts, 1792, where there is a marble slab 
with this inscription 

" Beneath rests entombed 

The Rev. William Rawlins, M.A. 

35 years resident Rector of this 

Parish who died Jan. 1st 1828, 

In the 74th year of His Age. 

He was the youngest Son of Antony Rawlins, Esq. of Fairford, 
in the County of Gloucester, and of St Michael's in the City of 
Oxford. He married Mary, the Daughter of John Randall, 
Esq. and by Her had 5 Sons and 4 Daughters ; She lies interred 
with 3 of their children amongst Her Ancestors in the Church 
of St Cross near Winchester, where a marble tablet is erected 
to their memory. He married secondly Sophia, the daughter 
of James Chartres, Esq., by whom He had no issue and who is 
buried underneath. 

This memorial is placed by His surviving children as a mourn- 
ful pledge of their bereavement, and to regard His worth 
amongst His Parishioners as a Pastor kind, a Preacher 
eloquent, a Divine orthodox." In the G. Mag. (98. p. 185) to 
which he was a contributor it is said "As a divine he was 
orthodox, as a preacher, feeling, and eloquent : in society he 
was cheerful, and his retentive memory greatly enlivened his 
circle by anecdotes of past times and characters." 

K 



146 WARDEN WYNDHAM. [1775. 

Henry Davis. JE. 3 July, 1775 (fil. Johannis D. de 
Bapton, Wilton : gen. set. 17). CLJtt. received as (. 
4 July, 1775, restored 19 April, 1786, replaced 6 April, 
1802: taken up in part Michaelmas 1803. Admitted 
S>. 30 Sept. 1777 of Wilts, aged 19. B.D. 8 April, 1796. 
Somerscales Exhibitioner 1779. Elected ^.JF. 28 June, 
1784. Admitted JF. 6 July, 1785. Elected Moderator 
of Philosophy (vice Bond) 1785; Bursar 1786, 1787, 
1788, 1793, 1795, (vice Lingen) 1795, 1796 ; Dean 1789 
to 1792, and (vice Tournay) 1795 ; Catechist 1794 ; Sub- 
Warden 1797 to 1801. He resigned his office and JF. 
30 June, 1801. Proctor 1795. 

On a marble Scroll, south of the Altar at Fisherton Delamere, 
Wilts, is the following 

In memory of 

The Kev. Henry Davis 

late Fellow of Wadham College 

In the University of Oxford 

and Rector of All Cannings 

in this County 
who died on the 1 7th day of March 

A.D. 1807 
In the fiftieth year of his age. 

William Bond. |ft. 24 Oct. 1775 (fil. Johannis B. de 
Steeple, Dorcestr: arm. a?t. 18). (H.JE. received as (ft. 
same day, restored 14 July, 1783. Admitted . 27 Sept. 
1776 of Dorset, aged 19 : took the oath 13 Nov. Hody 
(Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1777 to 1783. B.A. 2 June, 1779. 
M.A. 19 July, 1783. Elected $.JF. 30 June, 1782. 
Admitted Jf. 3 July, 1783. Elected Catechist 20 Nov. 
1783 (vice Toms) and 6 Dec. 1783, 24 June, 1785 (vice 
Halse) and 6 Dec. 1785; Deputy Librarian 1783 to 
1785; Humanity Lecturer 1786, 1787; Moderator of 
Philosophy 1788 ; Catechist 1789. He resigned his JF. 
30 June, 1791. 

Rector of Steeple, 19 Aug. 1795, of Corfe Castle 1800 to 1818. 
Prebendary of Bristol, 29 April, 1818. On a monument in 
Tyneham church is the following inscription 
" Under this aisle are deposited the mortal remains of the 
Rev. William Bond A.M. late Rector of Steeple with Tyneham, 
and a Canon of the Cathedral Church of Bristol. He was 



1775.] WARDEN WYNDHAM. 147 

fourth son of John Bond of Grange, Esquire, was born 10 Sept. 
1757, instituted to the Rectory of this parish 19 Aug. 1795, 
and died 5 March, 1852. (Hutchins I. 624.) 

Son of John B. 17j|f and brother of the next ; nephew of 
Dennis B. 1737, and Thomas B. 17?, father of Wm. B. 1817, 
and John B. 1820. 

Thomas Bond. |tt. 16 Nov. 1775 (fil. Johannis B. de Civ. 
Westmonast: arm. a>t. 19). <.&. received as (. 
same day: restored 5 May, 1788. B.A. 2 June, 1779. 
B.C.L. 2 June, 1785. 

He is described as of South Egleston, and Woolridge. Vicar 

of Witherston 1795, resigned 1799. Vicar of Coomb Kaines, 

Oct. 1794, resigned 1822. 

He died unmarried, and was buried at Steeple, with the. 

following inscription 

" Here lyeth the body of Thomas Bond, Clerk, third son of 

John Bond of Grange, Esq. and late Vicar of Coomb Keynes, 

who was born 8 May, 1756, and died 3 May, 1833. 

(Hutchins I. 364.) 

Son of John B. 17 and brother of William (above) ; nephew 
of Dennis B. 1737, and of Thomas B. 



Matthew Armstrong. JE. 22 Nov. 1775 (fil. Gulielmi 
A. de Hagbourn, Bercher : gen. set. 17). (H.JE. received 
as OT. 8 Nov. 1775, restored 1 July, 1783. Admitted j. 
27 Sept. 1776, of Berks, aged 18 : took the oath 13 Nov. 
Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1778 to 1783. B.A. 25 June, 
1779. Elected ^.J^. 30 June, 1783. Admitted jf. 
4 July, 3784: but resigned 30 June, 1785. Elected 
Sub-Dean 1783. 

John Richardson. JE. 24 Nov. 1775 (fil. Georgii E. de 
Edina in Kegn : Scot : arm. ast. 34). (.JE. received as 
JF.&. same day : account closed 30 Nov. 1781. M.A. by 
diploma 28 Feb. 1780. On 21 Eeb. 1782 it was resolved 
"that the College subscribe to the Persian, and Arabic 
Dictionary published by John Richardson, Gent. Com- 
moner of this house." 

Barrister-at-law (Middle Temple) 1781, F.S.A. 17 Dec. 1767, 
died about 1811. 



148 WARDEN WYNDHAM. [1775-76. 



Author of a Dictionary of Persian, Arabic, and English, 
Oxford, 1777, to which was prefixed a dissertation on the 
languages, literature, and manners of Eastern Nations, contain- 
ing some curious observations on the credibility of Herodotus. 
(See letters of Radcliffe and James : O. H. S. p. 163.) 



1776. 

William Barrett. Jtt. 7 leb. 1776 (fil. Gulielmi B. de Civ. 
Bristol: gen. set. 18). OT.JE. received as <ffi. (W. Tandy 
Barrett) same day : account closed Midsummer 1782. 
B.A. 4 Nov. 1779. 

Nathaniel Wells. JE. '27 March, 1776 (fil. Nath: W. de 
East Alington, Damnonise : gen. set. 19). GT.JE. received 
as (. 20 March, 1776 : account closed Midsummer 1784. 
B.A. 1 July, 1783. 

Rector of East Allington, Devon, where is the following 
inscription 

" Sacred to the memory of the Rev. N. AV. (3rd son of the Rev. 
N. W. late Rector of this Parish, and Catherine his wife) who 
departed this life on 23rd day of Feb. 1806, aged 48 years." 
He married Juliana, daughter of Benjamin Hayes of Hallwell, 
in South Poole, and had issue 4 sons. 
Brother of Samuel W. 1777. 

James Hastings. Jtt. 28 March, 1776 (fil. Jacobi H. de 
Civ. Westmonast : gen. set. 20). (JT.JE. received as (ft. 
29 March, 1776 increased to JF.&. 2 May: restored 
11 May, 1781. 

"At the Tything, Worcester, aged 101, Rev. J. H. Rector of 
Martley, (1796), died 10 July, 1856." (G. Mag.} 

Father of John Paget H. 1800. 

Robert Cosens. JE. 29 March, 1776 (fil. Arthur! C. de 
Yetminster, Dorcestr: arm. set. 18). (JT.Jtt. received as 
(#. same day : paid over to J. Williams. B.A. 8 Dec. 
1779. 

Instituted to the Vicarage of Long Burton, Dorset, 14 Jan. 
1784. died unmarried 11 June, 182(5, and i. buried at Long 



1776.] WARDEN WYNDHAM. 149 

Burton, where on the floor of the nave is the following inscrip- 
tion, 

Here 

Resteth the Body of the 

Rev. Robert Cosens, Vicar of Long 

Burton and Holnest 47 years. 

He died 11 June, 1826, 

Aged 69 years. 
Brother of Arthur C. 1764. 

John Frichard. JE. 21 May, 1776 (fil. Johannis P. de 
Abernant, Carmarthen : cler. set. 18). C.Jft. received as 
Servitor 20 May, 1776 : account closed Midsummer 1782. 
Admitted Clerk 21 June, 1776 of Carmarthen, aged 18 : 
his Clerkship was vacant 30 June, 1778 ; Goodridge 
Exhibitioner 1776, 1777. 

William Norman. |tt. 23 May, 1776 (fil. Henrici N. de 
Bledon, Somerset: cler. ret. 19). (JT.Jtt. received as Servitor 
20 May, 1776 : account closed Christmas 1784. Admitted 
Clerk 30 June, 1778 ; Goodridge Exhibitioner 1776 and 
for a while in 1778 : on 19 Nov. 1778, he resigned both 
Clerkship and Exhibition. 

Rector of Bleadon, Somerset, where he died, 27 Sept. 1788, 
having been stabbed by his brother Henry, Rector of Morsted, 
who " being deranged in his intellects had been removed to his 
brother's for security." (G. Mag. 58, II. 935.) 

Son of Henry N. 17'f,. 

Thomas Williams. JE. 10 Oct. 1776 (fil. Henrici W. de 
Llanegwad, Carmarthen: gen. set. 17). C.Jtt. received as 
<. : and restored June, 1784. B.A. 27 Feb. 1781. M.A. 
27 May, 1784. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1777 and 1779. 

Vicar of Llansadwrn with Llanwrda, Vicar of Llangadock, 
Rector of Merthyr near Carmarthen : Prebendary of Llan- 
drindod in Brecon, Examining Chaplain to the Bishop of St 
David'?, J. P., died unmarried 7 Sept. 1826, aged (57. 

Alexander Longmore. JE. 22 Oct. 1776 (fil. Gulielmi L. 
de Civ. Bathon, Somerset : arm. a3t. 22). &.J&. received 
as dF.CJT., taken up for Battels Midsummer 1781. 



150 WARDEN WYNDHAM. 



William Lloyd (J). P. 26 Oct. 1776 (fil. Gulielmi L. de 
Beaconsfield, Buckingham : arm. set. 16). Admitted (Jt. 
12 Aug. 1776. CJtt. received Aug. 1776, taken up for 
Battels Christmas 1789. BC.L. 15 March, 1784. 
Keeper of the Ashmolean. Museum 1796 to 1815. 
Name removed 1815. 

Gayer Patch. JE. 14 Dec. 1776 (fil. Joannis P. de Civ. 
Oxon: gen. set. 21). (ST.JE. received as (. same day, re- 
stored 6 March, 1781 : replaced 14 March, 1783, paid over 
to William Speare, 6 July, 1784. B.A. 25 May, 1780. 
M.A. 18 June, 1783. 

Rector of St Leonard's, Devon, 25 Sept. 1780, died 16 Nov. 
and was buried 23 Nov. 1825, aged TO. 



1777. 

Richard Rocke. Jtt. 18 Feb. 1777 (fil. Thomas R de 
Bitterley, Salop : cler. jet. 18). (JLJE. received as (ft. same 
day, restored 15 May, 1777. 

Samuel WeUs. Jtt. 20 March, 1777 (fil. Nathaniel W. de 
East Allington, Damnonise: cler. set. 18). GT.JE. received 
as OT. 19 March, 1777, restored 6 May, 1782. Goodridge 
Exhibitioner 1777. B.A. 23 Feb. 1781. 

" Died 26 Feb. 1839, aged 80, the Rev. Samuel Wells, for 48 
years the Rector of Portlemouth ; Duncombe Lecturer of Kings- 
bridge and a magistrate for the County of Devon." (G. Mag.) 
Brother of Nathaniel W. 1776. 

Thomas Edwards. JE. 21 March, 1777 (fil. Jacobi E. de 
Machen, Monni: gen. jet. 18). GT.|E. received as <. 
24 March, 1777, taken up for Battels Christinas 1783. 
Admitted >. 30 Sept. 1777 of Monmouth, aged 18 : took 
the oath 4 May, 1778. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1778. 
Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1779 till his death Feb. 
1784. B.A. 4 Dec. 1780. 



Warben (Berarfc. 

1777. 

Richard Blackmore. |E. 15 May, 1777 (fil. Kichardi B. 
de Shaston i.e. Shaftesbury, Dorcestr: cler. pet. 18). 
CJE. received as <. 12 May, 1777 : taken up for Battels 
Christmas 1784. 

Thomas Warry. Jtt. 15 May, 1777 (fil. Gulielmi W. de 
Westcoker, Somerset: gen. aet. 20). C.Jtt. received as 
<. 13 May, 1777, restored 31 Oct. 1785. Admitted . 

13 Sept. 1777 of Somerset, aged 19 (sic) : took the 
oath 4 May, 1778. Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1779 
to 1782. B.A. 24 Jan. 1781. M.A. 11 Nov. 1785. 
B.D. 22 April, 1796. Elected $.,#. 28 June, 1784. 
Admitted JF. 6 July, 1785. Elected Sub-Dean 1784. 
Bursar 1794 to 1797. His JF. was vacant 30 June, 
1799 in consequence of "untenable preferment." 

He was admitted to St Paul's School, 7 June, 1769, when he 
is described as aged 12 : the matriculation entry of his age 
agrees with this : he obtained an Exhibition from the School 
in 1778. 

Watt Norton. JE. 15 May, 1777 (fil. Gulielmi N. de 
Tamworth, Warwic: gen. jet. 19). (JLJU. received as <#. 

14 May, 1777 : taken up for Battels Midsummer 1781. 
B.A. (Walter) 13 June, 1781. 

Thomas Threlkeld. JE. 28 May, 1777 (fil. Thomas T. de 
Popham, Hampton, arm. fet. 17). (JT.JE. received as (. 
same day, restored 1 July, 1780. On 6 Dec. 1779 he 
struck his name out of the College Book, and was directed 
to leave the College. 

Thomas WiUiam Wright. #1. :! June, 1777 (fil. Gulielmi 



152 WARDEN GERARD. [1777. 

W. de Bridgnorth, Salop : cler. aet. 17). (JT.|E. received 

as (ft. (Wrighte) 17 June, 1777 "sent to his father agree- 
able to his father's written order 20 Dec. 1779." 

John Floyer. fE. 5 June, 1777 (fil. Gulielmi F. de Keesby, 
Lincoln: arm. ct't. 15). (JI.JE. received as d. same day: 
restored 25 Dec. 1781. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1778. 
Admitted jji. (Founder's Kin), 30 Sept. 1779, of Lincoln, 
aged 19: but there is no notice of his vacating his Jj;. 
which may have happened either in 1780 or 1781. 

His father who was also of Athelhampston, Dorset, died at 
Paris, 11 June, 1782. He was nephew of John Gould F. 1739, 
and grandson of William F. 1708, and was 6th in descent from 
Anne, daughter of Nicholas Martin by Margaret Wadham, 
sister of the Founder. 

James Evans. JE. 13 June, 1777 (fil. Johannis E. de 
Bishops Walton, Hampton : cler. ;et. 17). GT.JH. received 
as (ft. same day, restored 14 March, 1782. Goodridge 
Exhibitioner as (ET. 1779 (this is probably an error 
for James Parsons). Admitted >. 26 Sept. 1778 of 
Salop, aged 19. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1778. He re- 
placed his <.p. as (fl*. 27 April, 1799: taken up at 
Christmas 1802. B.A. 6 March, 1800. M.A. 19 June, 
1800. B.D. 18 July, 1800. D.D. 10 Oct. 1804. 

Father of James Harington E. 1799. 

John Parsons. JE. 30 June, 1777 (til. Isaac! P. de Civ. 
Oxon : pleb. at. 15). (H.|E. received as Servitor 26 
March, 1777, increased to (ft. 30 June, 1780: restored 
Christmas 1785. Admitted Clerk 29 Nov. 1777 of 
Oxford, aged 16. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1777, 1778, 
1779. Pigott Exhibitioner 1779. Hody (Hebrew) Ex- 
hibitioner 1781 to 1785. Admitted S>. 28 Sept. 1780 
of Oxford, aged 19. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1780 and 
1782: in the other years 1781 and 1784, 1785 he cannot 
be distinguished from James Parsons : one of them was 
Somerscales Exhibitioner in 1785. B.A. 27 June, 1782. 
He was elected Jf. of Balliol, 1785. M.A. 17 Dec. 1785. 
B.D. 24 April, 1799. D.I). 30 April, 1799. Master of 



1777.] WARDEN GERARD. 153 

Balliol 1798. Select Preacher 1804. Vice-Chancellor 
1807 to 1810. Dean of Bristol 1810 to 1813. Bishop 
of Peterborough 29 Nov. 1813, died 12 March, 1819. 

His portrait hangs in Wadliam College Hall. 

Edward Foster. JE. 17 July, 1777 (fil. Aaronis F. de Sti 
Andrea, Somerset : cler. jet. 19). GLJtt. received as CT. 
same day : restored 8 July, 1784. Admitted jo. 26 Sept. 
1778. Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1779 to 1782. 
Goodridge Exhibitioner 1778. B.A. 26 April, 1781. 
B.C.L. 4 July, 1785. 

Vicar of Winscombe, Somerset 1794. Prebendary of Barton 
David in Wells 1820, died 7 January 1826. 

Vernon Yonge. |tt. 22 Nov. 1777 (fil. Gualteri Y. de 
Charnes, Stafford: gen. ?et. 19). (.JE. received as (JT. 
(Young) 17 July, 1777, restored 4 May, 1780. 

James Parsons. $L. 10 Dec. 1777 (fil. Jacobi P. de 
Cirencester, Gloucestr: cler. ret. 15). C.JE. received as 
<. 16 Dec. 1777, restored 24 Jan. 1786. Goodridge 
Exhibitioner 1778 and (probably) 1779. Admitted . 30 
Sept. 1779 of Gloucester, aged 17. Goodridge Exhibi- 
tioner 1782 to 1785. Sonierscales Exhibitioner 1785. 
B.A. 21 June, 1781. M.A. 26 Jan. 1786. B.I). (Alban 
Hall) 14 March, 1815. Elected ^.,-jF. 28 June, 1784; 
admitted Jf. 6 July, 1785 : but on 6 Nov. 1788 the 
visitor decreed that Parson's ,-ff. was vacated from 
Christinas 1786, "he being possessed of temporal Estate 
of more than the clear annual value of 10." Elected 
Chaplain (vice Price deceased) 10 Nov. 1790. Vice 
Principal of Alban Hall. 

"Died 6 April, 1847, aged 85, Eev. J. P. incumbent of Xe\vn- 
liam, and Little Dean, Glouc. (1800) an Hon. Associate of the 
lloyal Society of Literature .... In 1808, he returned to 
Oxford at the invitation of the Delegates of the Clarendon 
Press to undertake the continuation of the Edition of the 
Septuagint which he completed in the year 1827." 

(G. Ma;/. 117, IT. 103) 



154 WARDEN GERARD. [1777-78. 

William Coleridge. Admitted &. 30 Sept. 1777 of Devon, 
aged 19 : took the oath 5 May, 1778. JE. (Ch. Ch.) as 
Servitor 3 June, 1774 (fil. Johannis C. de Ottery St Mary, 
Devon, cler. aet. 16). GLJE. received as (ft. 22 April, 
1777, restored 14 May, 1782 to his brother George 0. 
(Jtt. at Pembroke 27 April, 1780). Hody (Greek) 
Exhibitioner 1778 to 1779. B.A. 17 March, 1779. 



1778. 

John Eddy. JE. 31 March, 1778 (fil. Thomae E. de Lidney, 
Gloucestr: pleb. aet. 20). C.JE. received as Servitor 
28 March, 1777, restored June, 1778. Bible Clerk of All 
Souls, Lent Term, 1778. B.A. 9 Nov. 1781. M.A. 
6 June, 1787. 

" Died 9 Nov. 1842, at Toddington, Glouc. aged 85, Rev. J. E. 
for 54 years Vicar of Toddington and Didbrook, Glouc. and 
53 years Eector of Whaddon, Wilts." (G.Mag. 113, I. 103.) 
At Toddington is the following inscription on a tomb in the 
Churchyard. 

Underneath 

Are deposited 

The Remains of the 

Rev. John Eddy M.A. 

Who died November IXth 

MDCCCXLIII 

Aged LXXXV. 

Also 

Those of Ann his wife 

Who died March XXX 

MDCCCXLIII 

Aged LXXIX. 

Thomas Clarke. JE. 1 June, 1778 (fil. Francisci C. de 
Ashcot, Somerset: gen. ;et. 18). (tf.Jtt. received as (&. 
2 June, 1778. Admitted g,. 26 Sept. 1778 of Somerset, 
aged 18. His CT.JE. was paid over " for the use of the 
late Mr Clarke " 2 Dec. 1779. 

John Still. #1. 1 1 July, 1778 (fil. Jaeobi S. do East Xnoylo, 



1778-79.] WARDEN GERARD. 155 

Wilton : gen. set. 17). (.Jtt. received as (ft. same day, 
taken up for Battels Midsummer 1785. B.C.L. 27 May, 
1785. 

Rector of Fonthill Gilford, (presented by Wm. Beckford) and 
of Chicklade, Wilts, 1797. Prebendary of Stratton (Sarum) 
25 Sept. 1824, died 1 April, 1839. 

John Powell. JE. 15 July, 1778 (fil. Johannis P. de 
Langattock, Monm : cler. ret. 17). (H.JU. received as 
Servitor same day, restored 7 March, 1783. Goodridge 
Exhibitioner 1778, 1779. Admitted Clerk 4 Dec. 1778 
(vice Norman). Pigott Exhibitioner 1779. B.A. 4 March, 
1783 : subsequently incorporated at King's College, Cam- 
bridge, where he took his M.A. in 1794. 

" Rector of Llansoy Monm : 1796, till his death in 1836." (F.) 

George Jackson. Jtt. 24 Nov. 1778 (fil. Georgii J. de 
Bishops Waltham, Hampton : gen. set. 17). <.J&. 
received as (ft. same day, restored Lady Day 1794. 



1779. 

John Thomas Tatum. Jtt. 1 March, 1779 (fil. Johannis 
T. de Civ. Sarisbur: Doctoris, set. 17). C.J&. received as 
(ft. 16 March, 1779, restored 2 May, 1785. 

James Melliar. |tt. 25 March, 1779 (fil. Jacobi M. de 
Galhampton, Somerset : arm. set. 24). (.JE. received as 
<.(. sic. same day, restored 10 Nov. 1779. 

Galhampton is a hamlet of North Cadbury. 

Thomas Daniel Trollope. JE. 24 April, 1779 (fil. Thornte 
T. de Civ. Londin : gen. set. 18). Ct.pt. received as (ft. 
23 April, 1779, restored 6 July, 1786. Admitted . 
30 Sept. 1779 of London, aged 18. Goodridge Exhibi- 
tioner 1779. Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1780 to 1785. 
B.A. 14 Jan. 1783. M.A. 21 Nov. 1786. Elected $).JF. 
30 June, 1785. Admitted Jf. 6 July, 1786. Elected 
Moderator of Philosophy (vice Davis) 29 Oct. 1785, 



156 WARDEN GERARD. [1779. 

again 6 Dec. 1785, 1786, 1787 ; Humanity Lecturer 1788 
to 1791 ; Bursar (vice Yeomans) 7 April, 1792 and 
6 Dec. 1792. JF. vacant by marriage 30 June, 1794. 

He was admitted to St Paul's School, 17 Nov. 1775, aged 14, 
and obtained an Exhibition in 1780. Rector of Frome Vair 
church, Dorset, 1814, died 27 August, 1828. 

(Hutchins II. 652.) 
Father of John T. 1818. 

Reginald Bean. p. 19 May, 1779 (til. Eeginaldi B. do 
Stoke Underham i.e. Hamdon, Somerset : cler. ret. 20). 
(JLJft. received as ,-jF.CT. same day, and restored (no date) 
" for the use of his representative " by Mr. Litchfield to 
John Wills. 

Robert Lake. Jtt. 19 May, 1779 (til. Roberti L. de Scobel, 
Damnon : arm. ait. 18). C.JE. received as JF.<. 17 May, 
1779, restored " by order of his Guardian Mr Cornish " 30 
March, 1781. 

Evan Philbedge. JE. 25 June, 1779 (fil. Johannis P. de 
Stse Marioe in opp : et Com. Brecon : gen. set. 16). dl.JE. 
received as (!T. same day, restored 28 July, 1786. 
Admitted . 30 Sept. 1779 (Eilbege) of Brecknock, aged 
16. Goodridge Exhibitioner, 1780 and 1782. Somer- 
scales Exhibitioner 1784. Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 
1781 to 1784. B.A. 22 May, 1783. M.A. 14 July, 1787. 
Elected $).,# . 30 June, 1785. Admitted Jf . 6 July, 1786. 
Elected Sub-Dean 1785 and 1787. His jf. was vacant 
by death 30 June, 1799. 

John Freeman. Jtt. 8 July, 1779 (fil. Johannis E. de 
Stanford, Hereford : gen. set. 16). (ST.JE. received as (JT. 
same day, restored 30 April, 1785. Goodridge Exhibi- 
tioner 1780. Admitted *. 29 Sept. 178] of Hereford, 
aged 18: took the oath 8 Dec, 1782. Hody (Greek) 
Exhibitioner 1782 to 1784. B.A. 9 May, 1783. Elected 
$MF. of Brasenose 27 May, 1784: Jf. 27 May, 1785. 
M.A. 14 Jan. 1786. Vice Principal Dec. 1794 to Dec. 
1795 : resigned ,-ff. 21 Jan. 1796. 



1779.] WARDEN GERARD. 157 

Richard Stradling. JE. 8 July, 1779 (fil. Eichardi S. de 
Chedzoy, Somerset : gen. set. 19). C.Jtt. received as (ft. 
same day, taken up for Battels Christmas 1784. 

Three of Ins brothers are buried at. Chedzoy. (Collinson.) 

John Oldesworth. J&. 13 July, 1779 (til. Gulielmi 0. de 
Fairford, Gloucestr: gen. set. 19). <&.j&.. received as <JT. 
same day, taken up for Battels Midsummer 1786. B.A. 
22 May, 1783. 

John Griffith. JE. 18 Oct. 1779 (fil. Thomas G. de Chard, 
Somerset: gen. set. 16). C.Jtt. received as (ft. 19 Oct. 
1779, restored 6 July, 1786, replaced Jan. 1810, taken 
up for Battels Midsummer 1815. Admitted &. 28 Sept. 
1780 of Somerset, aged 17 : took the oath 8 Dec. 1782. 
Goodridge Exhibitioner 1781. Hody (Hebrew) Exhibi- 
tioner 1782 to 1786. B.A. 18 June, 1783. M.A. 9 Feb. 
1788. B.D. and D.D. 19 Jan. 1810. Elected ^.jf. 30 
June, 1785. Admitted JF. 6 July, 1786. Elected Sub- 
Dean 1786: Librarian* 1787. His Jf. was vacant by 
marriage 30 June, 1789. 

Curate of Frooine Sehvood, 1787 and 1788, where he married 
Sarah Clavey. Eector of Elm, and domestic Chaplain to Lord 
Bath, died 31 Jan. 1816, aged 54 and was buried at Froome. 
Father of Charles Tapp G. 1806 and Eobert Clavey G. 1808. 

George Uppill. p. 21 Oct. 1779 (fil. Johannis U. de 
Ch'arlton Horethorne, Somerset: gen. set. 17). (.|E. 
received as (. same day, taken up for Battels Mid- 
summer 1786. He had Testimonials for Deacon's Orders 
9 March, 1784, being then Ll.S. 

Curate "of Hornblotton, 1821 and 1822. 

James Draper. JE. 11 Nov. 1779 (fil. Eichardi D. de Mel- 
bury, Dorcestr: gen. set. 16). (JT.J&. received as (ft. same 
day, taken up for Battels Midsummer 1784. Goodridge 
Exhibitioner 1780. B.A. 8 July, 1783. James D. LI. S. 
(Student-of-Laws) paid (JT.p. 20 May, 1778 : restored 20 
June, 1779. 



158 WARDEN GERARD. [1779-60. 

One of this name was Minister (not Rector) of South Perrott, 
2 Oct. 1786. (Hutchins II. 169.) 

"Died 25 July, 1836, Eev. J. D. Curate of Seaborough, and 
Rector of Easthams, Som : (1800) aged 75." 

(G. Mag. 106, II. 441.) 

Thomas Wyndham. JE. 6 Dec. 1779 (fil. Caroli W. de 
Clearwell, Gloucestr: arm. set. 16). (.JE. received as 
JF.QT. same day, and received for the use of the College 
by Warden Wills, 7 July, 1786. Created M.A. 2 July, 
1783. 

Charles Wyndham assumed the name of Edwin being son of Anne 
daughter and sole heiress of Samuel Edwin of Llanfihangel, Gla- 
morgan : Thomas the son was afterwards of Dunraven Castle, 
and father of an only daughter Caroline who became the wife 
of William Henry, 2nd Earl of Dunraven. M.P. for Gla- 
morgan, 1789, till his death 8 Nov, 1814. 

(Duncumb's Hereford II. 132.) 



178O. 

Henry Davis, p. 15 March, 1780 (fil. Johannis D. de 
Lidney, Gloucestr: pleb. iut. 18). (ST.|tt. received as 
Servitor 16 March, 1780, taken up for Battels Christmas 
1784. He was admitted Clerk, 30 June, 1780 but his 
name is not in the Register. Goodridge Exhibitioner 

1780 to 1783. Pigott Exhibitioner 1781. On 29 May, 
1783 he was admonished, but on 1 Dec. received his 
Testimonials for Deacon's Orders. B.A. 24 Oct. 1783. 
M.A. 16 July, 1785. His Clerkship was filled up 25 Oct. 
1783. 

George Anderson. JE. 18 March, 1780 (fil. Gulielmi A. 
de Weston Turville, Buckingham : pleb. tet. 18). (.JE. 
received as <. 17 March, 1780, taken up for Battels 
Christmas 1785. Admitted Clerk 4 July, 1780 of Bucks, 
aged 19. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1780 to 1783. Pigott 
Exhibitioner 1780, 1781. Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 

1781 to 1785. B.A. 24 Oct. 1783. M.A. 8 July, 1786. 



1780.] WARDEN GERARD. 159 

He had Testimonials for Deacon's Orders 1 Dec. 1783. 
His Clerkship was filled up 25 Oct. 1783. 

William Butler. JE. 9 May, 1780 (fil. Duke B. de Ockford 
i.e. Ockford Fitzpaine, Dorcestr: cler. a.'t. 17). (.|E. 
received as (ft. same day, taken up for Battels Mid- 
summer, 1787. B.C.L. 24 May, 1787. He had Testi- 
monials for Deacon's Orders 21 April, 1785. 

Vicar of Sturminster Newton, 21 Nov. 1793, resigned 1800 : 

Vicar of Franipton 1 Feb. 1800, where there is a marble tablet 

erected in the Church with this inscription 

" To the memory of Rev. W. B. LL.B., Vicar of Franipton, 

who departed this life 13 Aug. 1843 aged 81." 

He was more distinguished as a sportsman than as a divine. 

He was a friend of the Prince Regent who, when King, offered 

him the living of Broadwinsor, which he declined. 

(Hutchins II. 305.) 

Thomas Gregory. JE. 24 May, 1780 (fil. Dixie G. de Civ : 
Bedford : gen. set. 17). (SLjtl. received as (ft. same day, 
restored 24 Nov. 1789. Pigott Exhibitioner 1780. 
B.A. 21 April, 1784. 

William Amor. JE. 24 May, 1780 (fil. Eoberti A. de 
Lavington, Wilton: gen. set. 17). <.JE. received as (ST. 
same day, taken up for Battels Christmas 1780. 

Richard Lockwood. JE. 15 June, 1780 (fil. Gulielmi L. de 
Fifield, Essex : cler. set. 17). CST.JE. received as (ft. same 
day, taken up for Battels Midsummer 1786. Admitted 
&. 28 Sept. 1780 of Essex, aged 18 : took the oath 8 Dec. 
1782. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1784. Maddox Exhibi- 
tioner 1781 to 1784. B.A. 21 April, 1784. He resigned 
his 5. 30 June, 1785. M.A. (Jesus College, Camb :) 28 
June, 1800. 

Rector of Potter Heigham, Norfolk, 1803. Vicar of Lowestoft 
and Kessingham, 1804. Prebendary of Peterborough (2nd 
Stall) 7 Feb. 1824, died 1 Nov. 1830, aged 68. (G.Mag.) 

William Williams. |tt. 11 July, 1780 (fil. Jolmmiis W. do 



160 . WARDEN GERARD. [1780. 

Llansadwrn, Carmarth : gen. set. 30). (JT.JE. received as 
(fC. same day, restored 24 June, 1789. A William W. paid 
(.JE. as (E. 9 May, 1795, taken up for Battels Lady Day 
1797. 

John Dampier. JE. 12 July, 1780 (fil. Johannis D. de 
Wareham, Dorcestr : gen. set. 17). (.JE. received as (ST. 
same day, finally restored Christmas 1790. Admitted 
S>. 29 Sept. 1781 of Dorset, aged 18. Hody (Hebrew) 
Exhibitioner 1783 to 1785. B.A. 21 April, 1784. M.A. 
27 March, 1787. His . was vacant by resignation 
30 June, 1785. 

Rector of Codford St Peter, Wilts, 1790. Rector of Langton 
Matravers, Dorset, 1808, died 14 Oct. 1839, aged 75. 

William Harding, p. 7 Sept. 1780 (fil. Francisci H. de 
Woodstock, Oxon: gen. set. 17). (JT.JE. received as <. 
same day, restored 19 Feb. 1785. Goodridge Exhibi- 
tioner 1781, 1782. B.A. 8 Feb. 1785. 

Vicar of Freeston cum Batterwick, Lincoln. Vicar of Sulgrave, 
Northants, 12 July, 1805 (Baker) where the following inscrip- 
tion exists to his memory, 

In memory of 
The Rev. William Harding B.A. 

Twenty two years 

Vicar of this Parish 

Who died April 12, 1827 

Aged 64 

Also of Mary, His Wife 
Who died April 11, 1830 

Aged 61. 

Take ye heed, watch and pray, for ye know not when the time 
is. Mark xiii, 33. 

Robert Leach. j&L. 28 Oct. 1780 (fil. Eoberti L. de 
Compton, Somerset: cler. get. 18). C.JE. received as (!T. 
same day, taken up for Battels Midsummer 1785. 

John Reynolds. JE. 20 Nov. 1780 (fil. Johannis E. de 
Caerwys, Flint: gen. set. 19). (JT.J&. received as Servitor 
same day, restored 17 April, 1781. One J. E. is B.A. 



1780.] WARDEN GERARD. 161 

(New) 17 June, 1784, where he was possibly Bible Clerk : 
he was not educated at Winchester. 

William Tournay (J). P. 29 Nov. 1780 (fil. Thomsc T. 
de Dover, Cant: cler. set. 18). (!LJE. received as (ft. 
same day, paid back Christmas 1790, received again as 
M.A. 1799, account closed 13 Dec. 1809. Admitted 
>. 29 Sept. 1781 of Kent, aged 18 : took the oath 

23 January, . Goodridge Exhibitioner 1785, 1786. 

Hocly (Greek) Exhibitioner 1782 to 1788. B.A. 9 June, 
1784. M.A. 10 June, 1790. B.D. 9 March, 1802. D.D. 
3 June, 1806. Elected $.JF. 30 June, 1789. Admitted 
,-fF. 4 July, 1790. Elected Moderator of Philosophy 
1789, 1790, 1791; Humanity Lecturer (vice Trollope) 
7 April, 1792, again 6 Dec. 1792 and deputy Moderator 
of Philosophy; Dean 1793, 1794. On 20 May, 1795 
there was an appeal to the Visitor as to " Tournay who 
has two livings neither of the value of 8 in the King's 
Books, but which taken together exceed that sum." 
His JF. was vacant 30 June, 1799 (resigned Aug. 1798). 
After two conventions (18 June), in which there was no 
majority, he was Elected SSJatfim 19 June, 1806 and 
admitted on 25 June. He resigned the <H2H. 14 June 
1831, died 19 July, 1833. 

Among many gifts to the College were included the glass 
of the south window in the Hall, and the chandeliers 
which came from the Coronation Feast of George IV. 

His portrait hangs in the College Hall and the following 
inscription is on a Monument in the Chapel, 

Gulielmus Tournay S.T.P. 

Collegii hujusce prsefecturam 

Sumnia fide XXV annos gessit 

Magna animi constantia deposuit 

et biennio eheu ! vixdum interjecto 

piwroptus est XIV Kal Sext MDCCCXXXIII 

Viro 

ingenii acumine judicii subtilitate 
scvmonis lepore in primis memorando 
Gardianus sociique de se optime im-rito. 

H.M.P.C.C. 

Mortuus est et Sepultus Putrolmrgi 
ami. ;vt. LXXI. 



162 WARDEN GERARD. [1780-81. 

Vicar of Whitfiekl Kent, 1788 to 1792. He succeeded his 
father as Eector of St James, Dover, and Vicar of Hougliam, 
in 1796. Prebendary of Brampton, (Lincoln) 1800 to 1812. 
Prebendary of Peterborough, (3rd Stall) 20 March, 1817 to 
1833. 

Robert Christian Brown ell. <. JE. received as <. 
19 Feb. 1780, restored 16 Nov. 1781. JE. (Robert) at 
Oriel, 22 Jan. 1777 (fil. Robert! B. de Stepney, Middle- 
sex : arm. ret. 19). 

John Southan. &.JE. received as (ft. 17 April, 1780, re- 
stored 6 Nov. 1781. Jlft. (Worcester) 14 April, 1779 (fil. 
Johannis S. de Sti Swithin, Vigorn : Civ. gen. ret. 17). 

Apparently son of J. S. 1739. 

John Gardiner. OT.JE. received as ,-fT.OT. 19 Oct. 1780, 
restored 8 March, 1783, replaced 6 May, 1794, taken up 
for Battels Christmas 1794. Jtt. (Queen's) 7 Nov. 1778 
(fil. Gulielmi G. de Beardley, Somerset: arm. ret. 21). 
B.A. 4 July, 1782. M.A. 8 July, 1796. B.D. and D.D. 
16 July, 1796. 

Educated at Tivcrton, whence he proceeded to Glasgow Univer- 
sity ; entered the Middle Temple. Vicar of Shirley and Rector 
of Brailsford, Derby, 1781. Minister of the Octagon Chapel, 
Bath, 1796, died 11 Aug. 1838, aged 81. Author of numerous 
Sermons. (G. Mag. 108, II. 337.) 



1781. 

Samuel Gurney. Jft. 2 April, 1781 (fil. Johannis G. de 
Golan, Cornub: cler. ret. 18). GLJE. received as <JT. 
1 April, 1781, restored 15 Feb. 1785. B.A. 3 Feb. 1785. 

Eev. S. G. was Vicar of St Earth, Cornwall, 1800 to 1833. 

(Gilbert I. 355.) 

Baldwyn Lloyd. |tt. 7 April, 1781 (fil. Henrici L. de 
Llangollen, Denbigh : cler. ret. 17). (JT.^IX. received as 



1781.] WARDEN GERARD. 103 

Servitor 6 April, 1781, taken up for Battels Midsummer 
1788. B.A. 3 Nov. 1787. 

Wyndham Harbin. JE. 23 April, 1781 (fil. Swayne H. de 
Newton in par. Yeovil, Somerset: arm. set. 19). (JLJtt. 
received as jF.d. same day, paid over to his brother 
Robert 1 July, 1783. 

Succeeded his father at Newton 1781, died unmarried 1837. 
Brother of Robert H. 1782, and John H. 1784, and uncle of 
Edward H. 1820. 

George Nicholas. JE. 17 May, 1781 (fil. Georgii N. de 
Llantillio Crossenny, Monmouth : gen. ;et. 17). (!LJE. 
received as (. same day, taken up for Battels Mid- 
summer 1796. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1781. Admitted 
. 27 Sept. 1782 of Monmouth, aged 18 : took the oath 
10 November. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1783, 1784. 
B.A. 3 Feb. 1785. M.A. 10 Oct. 1791. B.C.L. and D.C.L. 
4 Dec. 1793. He had Testimonials for Deacon's Orders 
19 April, 1785. ,. vacant by resignation 30 June, 1785. 

Head Master of Ealing School : died 20 Nov. 1829, aged G5. 
Author of An Easy Introduction to Latin Grammar 1793. 
Father of Francis N. 1812 and Tressilian G. N. 1839. 

William Heydon. JE. 31 May, 1781 (fil. Eogers H. de 
Llanwordid i.e. Llanwrtyd, Brecon: pleb. iet. 21). (JT.JE. 
received as Servitor 25 May, 1781, restored 10 May, 1783 
(when he signs Haydon). 

Samuel Shipley. JE. 29 Nov. 1781 (fil. Danielis S. de 
Ashbourn, Derb : pleb. tet. 19). (JI.JE. received as 
Servitor same day, restored 31 Oct. 1782. Migrated to 
Oriel as Bible Clerk 1783. B.A. (Oriel) 28 Feb. 1786. 
M.A. 10 Nov. 1788. 

Vicar of A.shbourne, Derby, 1800. " Died 7 Feb. 1850 at Ash- 
bourne, Deri) : in his 90th year, Ilev. S. S. Vicar of that 
parish, and Rector of Mappleton (180G)." (G.Miuj.) 



164 WARDEN GERARD. [1782. 



1782. 

William Forster. JE. 8 March, 1782 (fil. Robert! F. de 
Plymton, "Darnnon : cler. ret. 17). (H.jtl. received as (ft. 
5 March, 1782, restored Midsummer 1786. Goodridge 
Exhibitioner 1782. Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1783 to 
.1784. B.A. 29 March, 1786. 

Rice Lewis, JE. 22 March, 1782 (fil. Johannis L. de Llan- 
vair Clydogan, Cardig: pleb. a>t. 22). (H.JE. received 
as Servitor (liees) same day: paid over Christmas 1783. 
Migrated to Oriel, as Bible Clerk, 22 Oct. 1783. B.A. 
10 Oct. 1785. 

Brother of John L. 1773. 

Thomas Davis, JE. 23 March, 1782 (fil. Johannis D. de 
Bapton, Wilton: gen. ret. 21). (JT.JE. received as (ft. 
same day, taken up for Battels Midsummer 1791. 
B.C.L. 9 June, 1793. 

Rector of St Martin's, Salisbury, 1809. Vicar of Fisherton 

Delamere, 1818. Prebendary of Stratford (Sarum) 1 Oct. 

1818. 

The following inscription exists at Fisherton Delamere. 

Beneath 
are deposited the mortal remains of 

The Rev. Thomas Davis, B.C.L. 
Prebendary of the Cathedral. Rector of St Martin's Salisbury 

and Vicar of this his native Parish 

who died April 21, 1830. Aged 69 years. 

And of Anna his wife, youngest daughter of 

Yate GifFard, of Devizes in this county, Esq. 

who died 22nd November 1826 

aged 66 years. 

Robert Harbin. jE. 20 April, 1782 (fil. Swayne H. de 
Newton, Somerset: arm. ret. 17). (.JE. received as (ft. 
same day: paid over 30 June, 1790. B.C.L. 28 May, 
1789. 

Brother of Wyndham K. 1781, and uncle of Edward II. 1820. 



1782.] WARDEN GERARD. 16f> 

John Higgins. JE. 2 May, 1782 (fil. Johannis H. de Bit- 
cheat, Somerset: gen. set. 19). (JLJtt. received as (ft. 
same day, restored 17 March, 1789. B.A. 14 Jan. 1786. 
M.A. 11 March, 1789. 

Ho was Captain of St Paul's School whence he was sent as 
Exhibitioner in 1783. "Died 13 Feb. 1833, aged 71, Rev. J. 
Higgins, Curate of Wells, Somerset :" (G. Mag.) 

Where on a brass in the Church is the following inscription, 

Underneath 
are deposited the mortal remains of the 

Rev. John Higgins, 

who during a period of thirty-six years 
conscientiously discharged the duties of 

Curate of this Parish ; 
endeavouring in all things to follow the example of his 

Blessed Master. 
He departed this life the 13th of Feb. 1833. 

Aged 71 years. 
His whole life was marked by Peace, 

Humility, and Good Will to Man. 

The afflicted Widow and children have 

caused this little Memento, to be inscribed 

to record His worth and Their affection. 

William Salmon. JE. 13 May, 1782 (fil. Gulielmi S. de 
Crewkerne, Somerset : gen. set. 17). (H.JE. received as (. 
same day, restored 5 July, 1790. Admitted >. 27 Sept. 
1782 of Somerset, aged 18 : took the oath 12 Nov. Hody 
(Greek) Exhibitioner 1784 to 1786. Goodridge Exhibi- 
tioner 1783, 1785, 1788. On 29 May, 1783 his B.A. de- 
gree was suspended for two Terms. B.A. 25 June, 1786. 
M.A. 4 May, 1791. Elected $.jp. 30 June 1789. Ad- 
mitted JF. 4 July, 1790. Elected Sub-Dean 1789, 1790, 
1793 ; Humanity Lecturer (vice Tournay) 7 April, 1792 ; 
Catechist 1798, but being non-resident, 2 Nov. 1799, he 
was replaced by Swayne. On 20 March, 1804 he was 
presented to the Vicarage of Wadhurst. 

On the North Wall of the Chancel of Wadhurst Church is a 
monument with the following inscription, 
" Near this place are deposited the remains of Betty Salmon, 
mother of the Rev. William Salmon, Vicar of this Parish, who 



166 WARDEN GERARD. [1782. 

died 3 May, 1813. Also in the same vault are deposited the 
remains of the Eev. William Salmon, who died on the 
2nd June, 1818, aged 53 years. 

Thomas Morton Colson. Jtt. 20 June, 1782 (fil. Thomse 
C. de Studland, Dorcestr: cler. get. 18). (.JE. received 
as (ft. same day, taken up for Battels Christmas 
1789. B.A. 30 May, 1786. 

In the Church of St Peter's, Dorchester, is the following 
monumental inscription, 

Sacred to the memory of Rev. Thomas Morton Colson A.B. 
Rector of Linkenholt, Hants, and of Pilsdon in this county, 
who died 21 June, 1830, aged 66 : also of Mary his wife who 
died 1st December, 1833, aged 72. Their remains are deposited 
beneath the altar. (Hutchins II. 385.) 

Unwin Clarke. JE. 22 June, 1782 (fil. Stockdell C. de 
Sudbury, Suffolc : gen. set. 18). (H.JK. received as (ft. 
same day : repaid 12 June, 1793. B.A. 8 March, 1792. 
M.A. 17 Dec. 1792. 

Rector of Coddington, Cheshire 1803 to 1806, and 1808 to 1827, 
of Dodleston 1806 to 1827. Rector of Eastham, Cheshire, 1827. 
Prebendary of the Second Stall, and Archdeacon of Chester 
1801, where on the floor of the North Aisle of the Choir of the 
Cathedral is a stone with this among other inscriptions, - 
" The Venerable Unwin Clarke M.A. Archdeacon of Chester, 
and Canon of this Cathedral, died 3 Feb. 1847, aged 83." 

George Webbe. |E. 26 June, 1782 (fil. Georgii W. de Eed 
Lyon Square, Middlesex : arm. aet. 18). (.J&. received 
as Jf.ifl". same day, restored 4 Dec. 1784. 

William Woodley. |E. 28 June, 1782 (fil. Edmundi W. de 
Cublington, Buckingham : cler. ajt. 16). (JT.|E. received 
as <. 27 June, 1782, restored 12 Feb. 1789. Goodridge 
Exhibitioner 1783, 1785. 

" W. Wodley, (sic) died 16 March, 1837." (F.) 

Harry Garrard Brown. |tt. 29 Oct. 1782 (fil. Henrici B. 
dc Civ. Sarisbur: Doctoris, al, 21). (JLJft. received as 
<T. Ktime day, taken up for Battels Christmas 1783. 



1732-83.] WARDEN GERARD. 167 

William Draper Best. JE. 31 Oct. 1782 (fil. Thornae B. de 
Hasalborough, Somerset : gen. set. 14). <.JE. received as 
<. same clay, taken up for Battels Christmas 1784. 
Created D.C.L. 11 June, 1834. 

Born 13 Dec. 1767. Serjeant-at-Law 1800. Puisne Judge of 
the Common Pleas, 1819. Knighted 1819. Chief Justice, 1829. 
Created Baron Wynford, of Wynford Eagle, Dorset, 1829 : 
died 3 March, 1845. 



1783. 

Henry Heathcote (J). |&. 14 Jan. 1783 (fil. Hcnrici H. 
de Mapledurham, Oxon : cler. set. 18). (&.JE. received as 
(. same day, restored 8 July, 1789. Admitted >. 
27 Sept. 1783, of Oxon, aged 18. He was ordered to 
prove Founder's Kin, 30 June, 1783: took the oath 26 May, 
1786. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1787. Maddox Exhibi- 
tioner 1784 to 1787. B.A. 31 Oct. 1786. M.A. 10 Oct. 
1791. B.D. 18 June, 1802. Elected $.Jp. 30 June, 
1788 (as Founder's Kin). Admitted Jf. 6 July, 1789. 
Elected Sub-Dean 1788. Librarian 1798 and 1800 
(Davis, deputy). His Jf. was vacant in consequence of 
untenable preferment 30 June, 1803. He replaced his 
(JT.pl. 10 July, 1810, and the account closes Midsummer 
1820. His name was removed 23 July, 1821. 

Rector of Bixbrand, Oxon. 1803. 

The present Rector of Bix (1893) caused a marble Tablet to 

be removed from the old dismantled Church at Bixbrand, 

and erected in the vestry of the new Church : it bears the 

following inscription, 

" Near this place are deposited the remains of the Rev. H. II. 

20 years Rector of this parish, obt. 2nd Sept. 1822. In 

gratitude to his memory his afflicted Widow caused this 

monument to be erected." 

Thomas Gwynn. |E. 26 March, 1783 (fil. Thorns G. de 
Tenbury, Vigorn: cler. act. 16). (.|E. received as (fl*. 
same day, taken up for Battels Christmas 1790. Good- 
ridge Exhibitioner 1783. B.A. 6 Feb. 1787. M.A. 
10 July, 1790. 



Ki8 WARDEN GERARD. [1783. 

Richard Pratt. JE. 10 April, 1783 (fil. Kicardi P. de 
Glastonbury, Somerset: cler. aet. 18). GT.JE. received as 
dt. (Prat) 5 April, taken up for Battels Christmas 1790. 
Goodridge Exhibitioner 1784, 1785. B.A. 6 July, 1787. 

"Vicar of Littleham with Exmouth, Devon, 1813 till his 
death 6 June, 1840." (F.) 

Wenman Langton (J). |tt. 10 April, 1783 (fil. Gulielmi 
L. de Civ. Dublin : cler. set. 19). (JI.JE. received as Ot. 
(Wenman Henry) 9 April, 1783 : account closed Christ- 
mas 1821. B.A. 20 Feb. 1787. M.A. 28 June, 1793. 
B.D. 27 June, 1800. D.D. 5 Dec. 1810. 

"4 Nov. 1836, died at Warham, Norfolk, aged 74, Rev. 
W. H. L. Rector of Warham St Mary with "Waterden, and 
Impropriator of Longford, Derbyshire." 

(G. Mag. 106, II. 664.) 
Father of Wenman C. L. 1810. 

Thomas Bewley. JE. 10 April, 1783 (fil. Johannis B. de 

Dolston, Cumber : pleb. set. 17) ; according to the 
Register, but as there is no entry of C.JH. received it may 
be a mistake of the Bedel's for he entered Queen's as 
Battler 7 April, 1783. B.A. (Queen's) 7 March, 1788. 
M.A. 22 June, 1791. Elected Jf. 13 Dec. 1798 and 
died as Jf. 

William Jones. |E. 10 April, 1783 (fil. Johannis J. de 
Aberystwith, Cardig: arm. set. 24). (H.JE. received as 
,-jF.(!L same day : paid over to William Bond, 7 March, 
1786. 

Gilbert Parke. Jtt. 10 April, 1783 (fil. Gilbert! P. de Civ. 
Westmonast : arm. aet. 23). (JL|E. received as Jf.(. 
same day, taken up for Battels Christmas 1788. 

" Died 24 Sept, 1824, at the Parsonage House, St John's Wood, 
Regents Park, aged 65, Rev. G. P. Chaplain to his Majesty : ' 
lie published " The Letters and Correspondence of Henry St 
John, Visct. Lolingbroke, 1798." 
-' Vicar of Wiggenhall, and Rector of Downham Market.'' (F.) 



1783.] WARDEN GERARD. 169 

Edward Edwards. JE. 11 April, 1783 (fil. Hugoiiis E. de 
Ehayader, Eadnor: cler. set. 18). (JT.JK. received as 
Servitor 9 April, 1783 restored 1786. Admitted Clerk 
19 Oct. 1783 of Eadnor, aged 18. Goodridge Exhibitioner 
1783, 1784, 1785. Pigott Exhibitioner 1783, 1784, 1785. 
B.A. 20 Feb. 1787. Another Clerk was admitted in his 
place, 27 March, 1786. 

Robert Owens. JE. 5 June, 1783 (fil. Eoberti 0. de Llan- 
fair, Denbigh : pleb. set. 22). GT.JE. received as Servitor 

2 June, 1783 : taken up for Battels Midsummer 1785. 

John Parry. JU. 8 July, 1783 (fil. Simonis P. de Euthin, 
Denbigh: pleb. set. 19). (&. J$l. received as Servitor 

3 July, 1783 : taken up for Battels Lady Day 1794. 
Admitted Clerk 19 Oct. 1783 of Denbigh, aged 19. 
Goodridge Exhibitioner 1783, 1784, 1785. Pigott 
Exhibitioner 1783, 1784, 1785. His Clerkship was 
vacant by resignation 21 Dec. 1785. B.A. 29 Feb. 1792. 




Warben Wills. 

1783. 

Henry Lingen. JE. 10 Oct. 1783 (fil. Radolphi L. de Kock, 
Vigorn : cler. a?t. 18). (JI.JE. received as CO!, same day, 
restored by Bursar Halse (i.e. 1792). Admitted j*>. 
21 Oct. 1784 of Hereford, aged 19. Hody (Greek) 
Exhibitioner 1784 to 1790. B.A. 7 June, 1787. M.A. 
10 July, 1793. Elected LJf. 30 June, 1791. Admitted 
,-fF. 9 July, 1792. Elected Sub-Dean 1791, but resigned 
10 July, 1792 ; he was reappointed 20 Nov. (vice Holy- 
day) with Michell, as deputy ; Moderator of Philosophy 
1792, (Tournay deputy). Bursar 1793, 1794. He resign.- 
ed the Bursarship 10 July, 1795 and his Jf, was 
vacant by marriage 30 June, 1796. 

Son of Ralph L. 1750, and father of Henry L. 1816 : in orders ; 
of Abberley Wore, where he died 18 March, 1853, aged 87. 

Christopher Hardy Sherive. |H. 7 Nov. 1783 (fil. 
Hcnrici S. de Bothenhampton i.e. Baunton, Dorcestr: 
Doctoris, aet. 16). (JI.JE. received as (. same day, 
restored 9 July, 1791. Admitted . 21 Oct. 1784 of 
Dorset, aged 17. Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1784 to 
1791. B.A. 17 Dec. 1787. M.A. 9 July, 1791. . 
vacant by resignation 30 June, 1791. 

In orders : died at his father's house, Hyde, in Bothenhampton 

in 1800. 

Son of Henry S. 1756, and grandson of Jonas S. 1718. 



1784. 

Thomas Hillersdon Bulteel. JE. 26 Feb. 1784 (fil. 
Johaimis B. de Holbelon, Devon: arm. a-t. 17). (!LJE. 
received as <ff. 24 Feb. 1784, restored 1786. 



1784.] WARDEN WILLS. 171 

Harry Barnes, JE. 31 March, 1784 (fil. Harry B. de Civ. 
Vigorn : arm. set. 22). (.JE. received as JF.<. same day, 
restored 24 March, 1789 ; on 14 June, 1785, he was 
ordered by the Common Eoom to apologise. B.A. 10 Oct. 
1787. 

Roger Owen. JE. 31 March, 1784 (fil. Ellis 0. de Bridge- 
north, Salop: gen. set. 17). CT.JE. received as <. same 
day, taken up for Battels 5 Dec. 1788. B.A. 5 Feb. 1788. 
M.A. 17 Dec. 1790. 

William Bellamy. |E. 8 April, 1784 (fil. Kicardi B. de 
Opp. Monmouth : cler. ret. 15). (.JE. received as (ft. 
same day, restored 2 Feb. . 

Evan Holliday. JE. 21 April, 1784 (fil. Thomre H. de 
Sti Petri, in Opp. Carmarthen: in Wallia: gen. a3t. 15). 
CLJE. received as (ft. 26 April, 1784, taken up for 
Battels Christmas 1793. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1784. 
Admitted . 24 Oct. 1785 of Carmarthen, aged 17. 
Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1785 to 1786. Goodridge 
Exhibitioner 1786, 1787, 1790. Somerscales Exhibi- 
tioner 1789 to 1792. B.A. 31 Jan. 1788. Elected 
$.dF. 30 June, 1792, but he resigned 20 Nov., being 
possessed of "untenable property." He had been 
appointed Sub-Dean 10 July, 1792, which office he 
resigned with his Jf. 

Chaplain of Plymouth Dockyard. Vicar of Carmarthen 1815 
to 1833. Eector of Blethfaugh, Eadn. and Vicar of Llan- 
arthney, Carm. 1833, died 1836. (G. Mag. 106, I. 328.) 

Richard Michell (J)- P. 5 May, 1784 (fil. Johannis M. 
de Totnes, Damnon : gen. set. 18). C.JE. received as (ft. 

3 May, 1784. Admitted >. 21 Oct. 1784 of Devon, aged 
18. Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1785 to 1792. B.A. 
31 Jan. 1788. M.A. 10 July, 1793. B.D. 19 April, 1804. 
D.D. 4 March, 1811. Elected ^JJ.JF. 30 June, 1792. 
Admitted Jf. 9 July, 1793. Elected Sub-Dean 1792 ; 
Humanity Lecturer 1793, 1794, but became Dean (vice 
Davis) 10 July, 1795 ; Dean 1795, 1796, but was reap- 
pointed Humanity Lecturer on the death of Benson, 

4 Feb. 1797 ; Humanitv Lecturer 1797, 1798 : Bursar 



172 WARDEN WILLS. [1784. 

1799, 1800, but became Sub- Warden on the resignation of 
Davis, June, 1801 and was elected again 1801 to 1804. 
On 30 June, 1801 lie was appointed to act as Librarian till 
the next Election. Bursar again 1805 to 1810, but, being 
appointed Eector of Eryerning, 6 March, 1811, resigned 
his JF. and office, when his name was replaced on the 
list of (ft. <!LJE. replaced 23 Oct. 1811 : account 
closed 1821. He was Will's Divinity Lecturer 1806, 
1807, 1808. 

Educated at St Paul's School ; foundationer 13 April, 1779. 
The Eectory of Fryerning was filled up in consequence of his 
death 31 March, 1826. 

Arthur Powell. JE. 11 May, 1784 (fil. Gulielmi P. de Civ. 
Westmonast: arm. set. 17). (H.jtl. received as dF.(ft. 
10 May, 1784, taken up for Battels 9 Dec. 1789. 

Samuel Rainbow Girdlestone. JH. 19 May, 1784 (fil. 
Zurishaddai G. de Baconsthorpe, Norfolc: cler. ret. 17). 
CLJE. received as (ft. same day, paid over Christmas 1796. 
Admitted >. 21 Oct. 1784, of Norfolk, aged 18. Hody 
(Greek) Exhibitioner 1784 to 1788. B.A. 5 Eeb. 1788. 
Resigned his >. 30 June, 1788. 

" Barrister at Law (Middle Temple) 1797." (F.) 
Father of Charles G. 1815. 

David Brymer. JE. 25 May, 1784 (fil. Johannis B. de 
Bellie, Banff: gen. set. 17). (H.J&. received as (ft. same 
day, restored Christmas 1793. Admitted >. 24 Oct. 

1785, of Moray, N.B. aged 18. Goodridge Exhibitioner 

1786, 1787, 1789, 1790, 1792. Somerscales Exhibitioner 
1789 to 1793. B.A. 14 Jan. 1788. M.A. 10 July, 1793. 
Elected ty.JF. 30 June, 1793. Admitted JF. 9 July, 
1794. Elected Moderator of Philosophy 1793, 1801; 
Bursar 1797, 1798; Dean 1799, 1800; His Jf. was 
vacant by marriage 30 June, 1803. 

Samuel Forster. |E. 27 May, 1784 (fil. Samuelis F. de 
Holywell in Civ. Oxon : Doctoris, ait. 17). (.JE. received 
as (ft. 25 May, 1784, restored Christmas 1790. Admitted 
. 24 Oct. 1785 of Oxford, aged 18 : took the oath 26 



1784.] WARDEN WILLS. 173 

May, 1786. Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1785 till his 
death in 1791. B.A. 2 April, 1788. 

Son of Samuel F. I7|f. 

John Harbin. JE. 27 May, 1784 (fil. Swayne H. de Yeovil, 
Somerset: arm. set. 17). (.J&. received as (ft. 25 May, 
1784, restored 12 May, 1785. Admitted 5>. as Founder's 
Kin 21 Oct. 1784 of Somerset, aged 18. Elected Dis- 
cipulus (i.e. Scholar) of Corpus Christi 8 Jan. 1785. 
B.C.L. 10 Oct. 1792. 

Probably father of Wadham H. 1812 : if so, cleric of Langton 
Matravers ; brother of Wyndham, 1781, and Robert, 1782, 
and uncle of Edward H. 1820. 

Henry Crump. JK. 27 May, 1784 (fil. Henrici C. de Sher- 
borne, Dorcestr : gen. ret. 22). (JT.jE. received as (ft. 25 
May, 1784, paid over 16 July, 1789. 

Thomas Seymour. JE. 24 June, 1784 (fil. Eicardi S. de 
Bridport, Dorcestr : pleb. set. 20). CLJE. received as 
Servitor same day, restored 2 Dec. 1796. Admitted Clerk 
29 April, 1786 of Dorset, aged 21. Goodridge Exhibi- 
tioner 1786, 1787. Pigott Exhibitioner 1786, 1787. 
B.A. 2 April, 1788. His Clerkship was filled up 11 April, 
1788. 

Perpetual Curate of Tincleton 1 Feb. 1802, and Rector of 
Woodsford 1802. In the Church at Tincleton, Dorset, is the 
following inscription, 

In memory of the Rev. Thomas Seymour, 47 years Rector of 
Woodsford, and perpetual curate of Tincleton, both in the 
diocese of Salisbury. He departed this life on 28th day of 
June in the year of our Lord 1849, aged 86 years. 

(Hutchins II. 629.) 

Thomas Harding. JE. 13 Oct. 1784 (fil. Judd H. de 
Solihull, Warwic: gen. ret. 18). GT.JK. received as (ft. 
same day, taken up for Battels Midsummer 1795. 
Goodridge Exhibitioner 1786, 1787. B.A. 22 May, 1788. 

Theophilus Brocas. |E. 21 Oct. 1784 (fil. Johannis B. de 
Civ. Dublin, Decani: get. 17). CJft. received as (ft. 



174 WARDEN WILLS. 1784-85. 

same day, increased to ,-fF.(. 24 Dec. 1784, taken up for 
Battels Midsummer 1787. On the 29 April, 1790 it was 
decided that Mr Brocas should be prosecuted for the 
Battels due from him. He replaced his C.Jtt. 27 Oct. 
1795, which was paid over Midsummer 1796. B.A. 
12 May, 1796. 

John Brocas was Dean of Killala. 

Richard Ward. JE. 11 Nov. 1784 (fil. Kichardi W. de 
Warltergh, Derb: gen. set. 19). (.JE. received as (. 
21 Oct. 1784, taken up for Battels Midsummer 1794. 
B.A. 22 May, 1788. 

The following entries may refer to him ; but if so, the age is 
wrongly stated. 

" 1 Aug. 1845, died at Brandon, Suffolk, aged 87, Eev. R. W. 
Rector of Brandon with Wangford, and late Rector of Sutton 
with Duckmanton, Perpetual Curate of Dethick, and for up- 
wards of forty years Chaplain at Cromford to the late Richard 
Arkwright, Esq. of Willersley Castle, Derb. He removed to 
Brandon in 1833." (G. Mag. 115, II. 320.) 

In Brandon Churchyard is a flat tomb with high iron railings 
with this inscription, - 

" In memory of the Rev. Richard Ward, Rector of this Parish, 
who died 1 Aug. 1845, aged 86 years." 



1785. 

George Shakespear. |&. 11 Jan. 1785 (fil. Georgii S. de 
Civ. Westmonast : arm. oat. 27). (.!&. received as JfM. 
4 March, 1785, restored 28 Dec. 1785. 

Admitted to Westminster School 1772, age 14. Died at his 
apartments in the New Road, London, 29 April 1799. 

(G. Mag. G9, 1. 440.) 

Thomas Abraham Salmon. |E. 9 March, 1785 (fil. 
Johannis S. de Chew Magna, Somerset: gen. ;yt. 18). 
C.JE. received as (ft. same day, account closed Midsummer 
1803. Admitted . 24 Oct. 1785 of Somerset, aged 18: 
took the oath 1H Jan. 1786. Goodridge Exhibitioner 



1785.] WARDEN WILLS. 175 

?1788. Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1786 to 1788. 
B.A. 23 Oct. 1788. M.A. 27 June, 1792. B.D. 28 June, 
1800. He probably vacated his g>. in 1788 or 1789. 
Rector of Kotlney Stoke 1794 to 1822. Prebendary of Combe 
Secunda (Wells,) 7 March, 1798 ; died 21 January, 1822, buried 
at Wookey, Somerset. 

William Marsh. JE. 30 March, 1785 (fil. Johannis M. de 
Lydford, Somerset : cler. set. 17). &.JE.. received as <. 
same day; restored Michaelmas 1794. Admitted g. 
24 Oct. 1785, of Somerset, aged 17. Goodridge Exhibi- 
tioner 1792, 1793. Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1785 
to 1792. B.A. 5 Eeb. 1789. M.A. 17 July, 1794. 
Elected $.JF. 30 June, 1794. Admitted JF. 9 July, 
1795. Elected Librarian 1796, 1799 (Davis, deputy), 
Moderator of Philosophy 1798, but displaced 2 Nov. 1799, 
being non-resident. His Jf. was vacant by marriage 
30 June, 1801. 

Rector of Weston Bampfylde, Somerset 1823 : but resided at 
Sutton Montis. "Feb. 1825. Died lately at South Cadbury, 
Rev. W. M. Rector of Weston Bampfylde, Som." (G. Mag.) 

William Bryant. JE. 6 April, 1785 (fil. Gulielmi B. de 
Dorchester, Dorcestr: gen. set. 19). (.JE. received as (Q". 
30 March, 1785, restored 29 April, 1790. B.A. 21 Feb. 
1789. 

George Williams. JE. 10 May, 1785 (fil. Gulielmi W. de 

Hartlebury, Vigorn : gen. ret. 18). (JT.JE. received as (ft. 

same day, restored 30 July, 1790. B.A. 5 Feb. 1789. 

" Dec. 10. 1852 at Martin Hussingtree, Wore., died aged 80, 

Rev. G. W. Rector for 62 years." (G. Mag. 123, I. 215.) 

Thomas Blears. JE. 10 May, 1785 (fil. Thonue M. de 
Southampton, Hampton : gen. set. 17). GLJE. received 
as (ft. same day, taken up for Battels Christmas 1789. 
B.A. 5 Feb. 1789. M.A. 12 March, 1792. 

Rector of All Saints and St Lawrence and Vicar of St Johns, 
Southampton : he died 24 April, 1835 : "he had performed his 
clerical duties in Southampton for upwards of 40 years, but was 
presented to the livings by the Lord Chancellor in 1817." 

(G. Mag. 105, II. 98.) 



176 WARDEN WILLS. [1785. 

James Hawksley. JE. 11 May, 1785 (fil. Jacobi H. de 
Ashford, Kent : gen. set. 21). (.p. received as Jf.(!L 
9 May, 1785, restored 9 Nov. - . 

Robert Hall. Jtt. 12 May, 1785 (fil. Robert! H. de Buck- 
land, Bercber : gen. net. 23). (JT.JE. received as (ft. same 
day, taken up for Battels Midsummer 1798. B.C.L. 
29 Oct. 1793. 

Robert Davis. JE. 31 May, 1785 (fil. Roberti D. de 
Knighton, Radnor : cler. net. 19). GT.pt. received as 
Servitor (Davies) same day, taken up for Battels Mid- 
summer 1806. Admitted Clerk 27 March, 1786 of Rad- 
nor, aged 20 Gooclridge Exhibitioner 1785, 1786, 1787, 
1788. Pigott Exhibitioner 1786, 1787. B.A. (Davies) 
22 April, 1789. M.A. 17 Feb. 1792. His Clerkship was 
filled up 17 Nov. 1788. 

Samuel Locke ("p. JE. 22 Oct. 1785 (fil. Thomse L. de 
Taunton, Somerset : gen. ?et. 17). (H.JUl. received as (!T. 
same day, taken up for Battels Midsummer 1816. 
Admitted . 30 Oct. 1786 of Somerset, aged 18. Maddox 
Exhibitioner 1787. Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1788 to 
1790. B.A. 12 June, 1789. M.A. 17 June, 1796. B.D. 
and D.D. 11 Eel). 1808. He resigned his 3j. 30 June, 
1790. His name was removed from the books, 3 
March, 1820. 

" Died 20 Dec. 1849, at Southampton at an advanced age, 
Rev. S. L. formerly Chaplain to his late R. H. the Duke of Kent, 
and for many years a magistrate of Surrey. He was a man of 
considerable learning and an eloquent preacher." 

(G. Mag. 120, I. 221.) 

Cavendish Sturt. Jft. 1 Nov. 1785 (fil. Humphredi S. de 
Sti Jacobi, Westmonast : arm. xt. 16). (H.JE. received 
as JF.OL 22 Nov. 1785, restored 29 June, 1788. 

Sixth Son of Humphrey Sturt, of Horton, Dorset, born 1768. 
Ensign in 34th Regt. 5 June, 1789 : passed through all ranks 
up to Lieut. -Col. (39th Regt). 1809 and Colonel 1819: retired 
12 August, 1824. 



1785.] WARDEN WILLS. 177 

Robert Michell Crosse. p. 22 Nov. 1785 (fil. Johannis 
C. de Southwark, Surr : gen. set. 17). (JT.JE. received as 
(ft. same day, taken up for Battels Christmas, 1795. 
B.A. 12 June, 1789. M.A. 28 June, 1793. 

Henry Adams, JH. 28 Nov. 1785 (fil. Henrici A. de 
Buckler's Hard, Hampton : gen. ret. 21). ^.|E. received 
as JF.(&. 7 Dec. 1785, taken up for Battels Christmas 
1794. B.A. 12 June, 1789. M.A. 17 Dec. 1794. 

Born 31 Oct. 1764. Curate of Beaulieu (his native parish) 
1790, of Fawley, Hants, 1797 to 1803. Rector of Hatch 
Beauchamp, Somerset, 26 Oct. 1798. Chaplain to the Duke of 
Gloucester's New Forest Volunteers 1803 to 1813. Chaplain to 
Lord Montague, died 27 April, 1839. At Beaulieu Church 
there is a tablet with this inscription, 

" Sacred to the memory of the Rev. H. A. who was for forty- 
nine years Pastor of this Parish, the duties of which he per- 
formed with active benevolence and unaffected piety." 

Alexander Anstruther. JE. 29 Nov. 1785 (fil. Eoberti 
A. de Carnbee, Fif : Baronetti, set. 16). (JT.JE. received 
as <. 15 Dec. 1785, restored 8 July, 1789. 

Born 10 Sept. 1769. Advocate General of Madras, Recorder of 
Bombay, Knight, died, 16 July, 1819. 

William East on. JE. 13 Dec. 1785 (fil. Jacobi E. de Civ. 
Salisbur: gen. set. 18). (.JE. received as <JL 15 Dec. 
1785, taken up for Battels Christmas, 1790. B.A. 12 
June, 1789. 

Prebendary of Swallowcliffe (Heytesbury) 1804. Vicar of 
Hurstbourne Priors 1817, died 20 Nov. 1834. (G. Mag.) 



John Colmer. C.JE. received as (ft. 24 June, 1785, restored 
4 July, 1791. Admitted . 24 Oct. 1785 of Somerset, 
aged 19: took the oath 13 Jan. 1786. JE. (Mertoiij 
25 March, 1784 (fil. Eoberti C. de Chard, Somerset : gen. 
n-t. 18). Hocly (Greek) Exhibitioner 1786 to 1789. 

M 



178 WARDEN WILLS. [1785-86. 

B.A. 30 Oct. 1787. M.A. 15 Oct. 1802. He resigned 
S>. 30 June, 1789. 

Rector of Askerswell, Dorset, 9 Dec. 1789. Rector of Crickett 
Malherbe, Somerset, 1801. Rector of Littleton Drew, Wilts, 
1807. In the Church at Askerswell is the following, 
" Sacred to the memory of the Rev. John Colmer, M.A., many 
years Rector of this Parish who departed this life 10 Jan. 1842, 
aged 77 years." (Hutchins II. 1762.) 

John Sleath. C.JE. received as (. 27 June, 1785, restored 
Christmas 1793. Admitted . 24 Oct. 1785 of Leicester, 
aged 18. JE. (Lincoln) 9 Nov. 1784 (fil. Gulielmi S. de 
Osgarthorp, Leicestr: pleb. set. 17). Hocly (Greek) 
Exhibitioner 1786 to 1787. B.A. 23 Feb. 1789. M.A. 
17 Dec. 1793. B.D. and D.D. 2 July, 1814. He resigned 
. 30 June, 1788. He replaced his dp. as OL 26 
June, 1814: name removed 14 July, 1820. 

Assistant Master in Rugby School 1787, High Master of St 
Paul's School 16 June, 1814, resigned 10 Oct. 1837. F.S.A. 
9 March, 1815. Sub-dean of the Chapel Royal, St James.' 
Prebendary of Mora in St Paul's Cathedral 5 July, 1822 : died 
30 April, 1847, and is buried in the Crypt of St Paul's with 
the following inscription, 

" In memory of 

The Rev. John Sleath 

who died April 30, 1847, 

in the 80th year of his age." 

Richard Reed. .|E. received as (. 27 June, 1785, 
restored 1 July, 1785. |E. (Queen's) 8 April, 1783 (fil. 
Johannis II. de Buckland, Devon : pleb. <Tt. 19). Bible 
Clerk (Exeter) 1784 (Boase, 147). B.A. (Exeter) 19 Oct. 
1786: had testimonials for Deacon's orders, June, 1786. 



1786. 

Charles Kipling. K. 14 Jan. 1786 (fil. Carol! K. de Thame, 
Oxon: cler. a j t. 17). C.JE. received as (&. same day, 
taken up for Battels Midsummer 1793. Good ridge 
Exhibitioner 1786, 1787. B.C.L. 8 July, 1809. On 



1786.] WARDEN WILLS. 179 

21 March, 1791, it was resolved that Kipling's B.A. degree 
should be put off till the next Lent Term for misconduct, 
but on 8th July, the punishment was remitted. 

Vicar of Stony Stratford, Bucks, 1809. Rector of Coston, Leic. 
1822, died 28 May, 1841. (<?. Mag. Ill, II. 214.) 

Son of Charles K. 1751. 

Charles Henry Burt. p. 23 Jan. 1786 (fil. Josephi B. 
de Plymouth, Damnon : arm. ret. 16). (H.JE. received as 
dL same day, taken up for Battels Midsummer 1794. 
B.A. 16 Feb. 1790. 

David Herbert. JE. 21 March, 1786 (fil. Gulielmi H. de 
Llanarth, Cardigan : pleb. set. 19). (JT.pt. received as 
Servitor 11 March, 1786, restored 28 Feb. 1790. B.A. 
12 Feb. 1790. 

One D. H. was perpetual Curate of Rhydybryw, Brecon, and 
died in 1836. (G. Mag. 106, II. 104.) 

William Royse. JE. 22 March, 1786 (fil. Nathanielis 11. de 
Winsham, Somerset : cler. ret. 25). dLJE. received as 
jF.(!L same day, taken up for Battels 12 June, 1788. 
On 6 Nov. 1788, having taken orders without leave, he 
was therefore declared no longer a member of the College. 

Probably father of William George R. 1808. 

Gilbert Ford. |E. 12 April, 1786 (fil. Johannis F. de Civ. 
Bristol: gen. ret. 17). C.J&. received as (ft. 15 April, 
1786, restored 14 May, 1794. B.A. 4 Feb. 1790. M.A. 
20 June, 1798. 

Rector of North Meols, Lancashire 1798, died 6 May, 1835, and 
was buried at Chester. On a white marble tablet on the North 
Wall of Ormskirk Church is the following inscription, 
To the memory of 

Elizabeth 

Wife of the Rev. Gilbert Ford 
Died July 22, 1811, aged 45 : 

also 

of the Rev. Gilbert Ford, A.M. 

Forty years Rector of the Parish of 

North Meols in this county 



ISO WARDEN WILLS. [1786. 

Who died May 6, 1835 in the 66th year 

of his age 
and is interred in the Cathedral 

of Chester 

This Tablet was erected by their 
Affectionate Daughter Elizabeth Hilton. 

David Williams. |tt. 3 May, 1786 (fil. Morgan W. do 
Llanrhystid, Cardigan : pleb. ai't. 19). GT.JH. received as 
Servitor same day, restored 16 May, 1787. Admitted 
Bible Clerk at Exeter 1788. B.A. ll Jan. 1790. 

Curate of Merton, Oxon ; Chaplain of Christ Church. 

Henry Wood. p. 24 May, 1786 (fil. Johannis W. de 
Abby Milton i.e. Milton Abbas, Dorcestr : cler. a-t. 18). 
d.Jtt. received as (Jt. same day, restored 15 March, 1791. 
B.A. 11 March, 1791. 

Charles Dolphin. JE. 25 May, 1786 (fil. Jacobi D. de 
Birmingham, Warwic: gen. set,. 17). (H.Jtt. received as 
<. same day, restored 28th Nov. 1787. 

Walter Chapman Yorke. |E. 31 May, 1786 (fil. Gulielmi 
Y. de Clapham, Somerset : gen. a>t. 21). (!LJE. received 
as JFM, same day, restored 11 Nov. 1788. 

There is no Clapham in Somerset, possibly it should be Clapton. 

Thomas Pryce. Jtt. 31 May, 1786 (fil. Bicardi P. de 
Burrington, Hereford : cler. ait. 18). (JT.JE. received as 
<JT. same day, restored 15 March, 1791. B.A. 14 April, 
1790. 

Charles Morgan Clayfield. JE. 1 June, 1786 (fil. 
Michaelis C. de Civ. Bristol: gen. ret. 15). (&.JK. re- 
ceived as (!T. same day, paid over 6 Nov. 1795. B.C.L. 
15 June, 1793. 

He was second son of Michael C. merchant of Bristol (See life 
of Chatterton) by Mary daughter of Rev. Charles Morgan, Rector 
of High II am. Somerset, and Jane, his wife, daughter of Rev. 
Dennis Rnlle, Rector of Merton, Devon : entered the 09th Regt. 



1786.] WARDEN WILLS. 181 

as ensign 30 April, 1794, and became Captain 4 Nov. 1795, 
retired on 4 June, 1801, and died unmarried 20th Sept. 1828, 
aged 58 at Downend : but see also G. Mag. 69, II. 719, where 
he is said to have died at Colombo : ? is it a promotion which 
has slipped into the obituary. 

Simon Fraser. J&. 4 July, 1786 (fil. Archibald! Campbell 
F. de Tripoli in Kegn. Tripolitano : arm. ait. 20). &.JE. 
received as (ft. 6 July, 1786, taken up for Battels Christ- 
mas 1793. 

" Barrister at Law, Lincolns Inn, 1789, of the Inner Temple 
1793. M.P. for Inverness-shire, 1796 to 1802, died unmarried 
at Lisbon, 6 April, 1803, aged 38." (F.) 

James Talman. JE. 12 Oct. 1786 (fil. Jacob! T. de Christ 
Church, Hampton : cler. pet. 17). CT.JE. received as <j. 
14 Oct. 1786, paid over 1 Nov. 1788. Demy of Magda- 
len, 1788 ; resigned on marriage 20 Jan. 1794. B.A. 
(James John) 2 June, 1790. M.A. 10 April, 1793. 

Elected Chaplain of Bromley College 2 July, 1800. In the 
Cemetery of Bromley Church is a Memorial Stone with the 
following inscription, 

" Sacred to the memory of the Rev. J. J. T., M.A. twenty years 
Chaplain of Bromley College and Vicar of North Curry and 
Stocumber, Somerset, who departed this life 14th April, 1820, 
aged 51 years." (Bloxain VII. 114.) 

Thomas Morgan. Jtt. 14 Oct. 1786 (fil. Philippi M. de 
Devynnock, Brecon: gen. set. 16). (JT.JE. received as (#. 
same day, repaid 1786. T. M. born in Brecon, was 
admitted . of Jesus, 1 Feb. 1788. B.A. 16 Nov. 1790. 
M.A. 30 May, 1793. B.D. and D.D. 5 June, 1824. 

Became Chaplain, R.N. (H.M.S. Alfred 1793) ; was present at 
Lord Howe's Victory and other actions ; Secretary to Rear 
Admiral Sir Charles Cotton. Perpetual Curate of Talley, 
Carmarth : 1801, Rector of Llanvaches 1810, Vicar of Kings 
Langley, Herts, 1812, Chaplain of Portsmouth Dockyard 1817, 
died 22 Nov. 1851, aged 83. (G. Mag. 122, I. 104.) 

John Broome. $1. 24 Oct. 1786 (fil. liicardi B. de Wool- 



WARDEN WILLS. [1786-87. 

felow, Hereford: gen. set. 19). C.J&. received as (0*. 
same day, restored 17 Dec. 1793. B.C.L. 17 Dec. 1793. 



Richard Powell. .j$L. received as (St. 3 March, 1786, 
restored 4 July, 1786. |tt. (Pembroke) 19 Jan. 1785 
(fil. Josephi P. do Thame, Oxon : gen. set. 17). B.A. 
(Merton) 23 Oct. 1788. M.A. 31 Oct. 1791. B.M. 
12 July, 1792. D.M. 20 Jan. 1795. 

Educated at Winchester. F.R.C.P. 30 Sept. 1796, Physician to 
St Bartholomew's Hospital 14 Aug. 1801 to 1824. 
Censor 1798, 1807, 1820, 1823, Gulstonian Lecturer 1799, 
Harveiau Orator 1808, Lumleian Lecturer 1811 to 1822, 
Secretary to the Commission for regulating Madhouses, died 
18 Aug. 1834 : see his record in Sir Henry Halford's Harveiau 
Oration. (Munk II. 456.) 



1787. 

Thomas Tucker. |E. 30 Jan. 1787 (fil. Thomaj T. de 
Kingsdon, Somerset: cler. ajt. 16). (!LJE. received as (fl*. 
Jan. 1787, restored Midsummer 1793. B.A. 3 Feb. 
1791. M.A. 9 July, 1793. 

Rector of Kingsdon, Somerset 1794. Died 1827, aged 57. 

John Gale. Jtt. 17 Feb. 1787 (fil. Henrici Proctor G. de 
Haydon, Somerset : gen. ret. 17). GLJE. received as (ft. 
taken up for Battels Christmas 1793. On 13 Feb. 1788, 
be was punished for being drunk and making a riot. 

" Died 11 Aug. 1842, at Wilton near Taunton in his 75th year 
Rev. John Gale, Rector of Angersleigh 1794, perpetual curate 
of Otterford 1810, of Corfe, Somerset 1831." 

(G. Mag. 112, II. 438.) 

Aaron Neck. pi. 23 March, 1787 (fil. Grcgorii Andrews 
1ST. de St Mary Church, Danmon : gen. a-t. 18). dLJK. 
received as <JL . . . restored 30 March, 1791. B.A. 
11 March, 1791. 



1787.] WARDEN WILLS. 183 

Perpetual Curate of Kings Kerswell, 1827 : died 4 Oct. 1852, 

aged 84. (G. Mag. 122, II. 546.) 

Inscription on a grave in the Churchyard at Kings Kerswell 

Sacred to the memory of the Rev. Aaron Neck 

Born May 19, 1768, died Oct. 4th 1852. 

Who for 52 years zealously laboured 
the faithful and beloved minister of this parish 
teaching the young, visiting the sick, and preaching the 
Gospel of God. 

Francis Annesley Hughes. JE. 24 March, 1787 (fil. 
Joannis H. de Plymouth, Damnon : gen. ait. 17). C.JE. 
received as <JL same day, restored July, 1794. B.C.L. 
13 May, 1794. 

Nathan Seddon Prickard. Jtt. 24 March, 1787 (fil. 
Thomse P. de Civ. "Westmonast: arm. eet. 18). (2T.JE. 
received as (fi*. same day, taken up for Battels Christmas 
1794. B.A. 26 Oct. 1790. 

Robert Templeman. |E. 29 March, 1787 (fil. Osborn 
Thomas T. de Civ. Wells, Somerset : gen. set. 18). (JLjE. 
received as (ft. 28 March, 1787, restored Christinas 1793. 
B.A. 3 Feb. 1791. M.A. 7 Nov. 1794. 
Died at Merriot, aged 1 24. 

George Hooton Hyde. JE. 13 May, 1787 (fil. Thomas H. 
de Arne, Dorcestr : gen. ret. 18). (.JE. received as (B*. 
12 May, 1787, restored July, 1801. B.A. 1 April, 1800. 
M.A. 19 July, 1800. Name replaced 16 Oct. 1816, 
removed 4 Nov. 1818. 

Rector of St Martin's, St Mary's, and Holy Trinity, Poole : and 
an Alderman of the Corporation : in St Mary's Church is the 
following inscription, 

" In this Chapel lie the remains of the Rev. G. H. H.. M.A. 
Rector of Hope Mansel in the County of Hereford and 34 years 
Rector of this Parish, who died March 11, 1828, aged 58 years." 

Benjamin Pidcock. J&. 16 May, 1787 (fil. Johannis P. 
de Ashborne, Derb : gen. set. 18). (H.JE. received as (T. 
same day, restored 9 Nov. 1793. Admitted .11 Oct. 
1788 of Derby, aged 18. Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 



184 WARDEN WILLS. [1787. 

1788 to 1792. B.A. 3 Feb. 1791. M.A. 21 Nov. 1793. 
His jfc. was vacant 30 June, 1792. 

Incumbent of Elton 1811, Vicar of Youlgrave, Derb : 1812, died 
28 Aug. 1835, aged 67. (G. Mag.) 

On a Brass within the Altar Rails at Youlgrave is the following 
inscription, 

In Memory of 

the Rev. Benjamin Pidcock A.M. 
thirty-four years Vicar 

of this Parish 

who departed this life 

in the 66th year of his age 

on the 28th day of August 

MDCCCXXXV. 

Samuel Davies. JE. 21 May, 1787 (fil. Arthur! D. do 
Llandovery, Caermarth : gen. set. 18). dT.JE. received as 
d same day, taken up for Battels Christmas 1791 : 
replaced 8 July, 1807, restored 30 June, 1810. B.A. 
3 Feb. 1791. M.A. 2 March, 1809. 

Incumbent of Northaw, Herts, 1810. On the South Wall of 
the Chancel at Northaw is this tablet " In a vault beneath the 
Communion Table are deposited the remains of the Rev. S. D. 
who died the IHh day of Feb. 1845 in the 77th year of his 
age." (Cussans.) 

Thomas Benson. |tt. 13 June, 1787 (fil. Edvardi B. de 
Shenfield, Essex : arm. set. 17). &.JE. received as (C". 

1787, restored Christmas 1793. Admitted . 13 Oct. 

1788, of Essex, aged 19. Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 
1788 to 1794. B.A. 10 May, 1791. M.A. 9 July, 1795. 
Elected ^.,#. 30 June, 1794. Admitted ,-ff. 9 July, 
1795. Elected Sub-Dean 3rd Nov. and again 6th Dec, 

1794. Humanity Lecturer 10 July, and again 6 Dec. 

1795, also 1790 : but he died before 4 Feb. 1797, when 
his place was supplied by Michell. 

James Webb Tobin. JE. 9 Nov. 1787 (fil. Jacobi T. de 
Stratford Suit Castello, Wilton : arm. ;ut. 20). (tf.jtt. 
received as (Jt. same day, restored 14 Dec. 1795. B.A. 
L>r. June, 1791. 



1787-83.] WARDEN WILLS. 185 

Edward Edmonds. JE. 9 Nov. 1787 (fil. Joamris E. tie 
Ashburton, Damnon : gen. set. 17). (SLJtt. received as <JT. 
same day, restored Christmas 1791. Goodridge Exhibi- 
tioner 1788. Admitted . 8 Oct. 1789, of Devon, aged 
18. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1789. Hody (Greek) Exhi- 
bitioner 1790 to 1791. B.A. 17 Feb. 1792. He resigned 
&. 30 June, 1791. 

George Henvill Rogers. JE. 13 Dec. 1787 (fil. Eicardi 
11. de Shroton, Dorcestr: cler. get. 17). (JT.JE. received 
as (ft. same day, restored 1 July, 1796. Goodridge Exhi- 
bitioner 1788. Admitted . 25 Sept. 1789, of Dorset 
aged 19. Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1789 to 1792. 
(Hebrew) 1792' to 1795. B.A. 25 June, 1791. M.A. 
16 July, 1796. Elected $.Jf. 30 June, 1795. Admitted 
JF. 9 July, 1796. Elected Sub-Dean 1795 ; Moderator 
of Philosophy 1796; Catechist 4 Feb. 1797, and again 
6 Dec. ; Bursar 1798, 1799 ; Humanity Lecturer annually 
from 1800 to 1804; Sub- Warden annually from 1805 to 

1812. Vicar of Southrop 20 May, 1812. On 27 Aug. 

1813, he resigned his ,-fF. and was appointed Chaplain 
30 Aug. 1813, died at Oxford, 25 July, 1847, aged 77. 



John Thomas. (tt.JE. received as Servitor 20 June 1787, 
taken up for Battels Christmas 1795. JE. (Jesus) 
8 April, 1786 (fil. Johannis T. de Carno, Montgom : cler. 
set. 18). Admitted Clerk 17 Nov. 1788 of Montgomery, 
aged 21. Pigott and Goodridge Exhibitioner 1788, 1789. 
B.A. 16 Feb. 1790. M.A. 24 Jan. 1793. He vacated his 
clerkship on 17 Feb. 1790. 

Head Master of Ludlow, and Lucton Schools, Incumbent of 
Carno, Montg : 1793, Vicar of Orleton 1816, died 5 Feb. 1838, 
in his 70th year. (G. May.) 

Brother of Evan T. 1788. 



1788. 

Thomas Wyndham. JK. 12 March, 1788 (fil. Gulielmi 
W. do Dinton, Wilton: arm. a>t. 16). (tf.JE. received as 
(. same day, increased to ,iF.t!l. '2 Feb. 1789: paid over 



186 WARDEN WILLS. [1788. 

to his brother J. H. W. 28 Oct. 1809 : received again on 
re-admission as JF.^T. 5 May, 1809 ; account closed 
Christmas 1821. B.C.L. 9 Dec. 1794. U.C.L. 2 June, 
1809. 

Vicar of Compton Chamberlain, resigned 1806. Rector of 
Pimperne, Dorset, 3 July, 1806. Rector of Melcombe Regis 
1809, resigned 1849. " Died 1862 aged 91." (F.) 
Brother of John H. W. 1794 : son of William W. 1758. 

Edward Lewton (J)- |tt. 15 April, 1788 (fil. Edvardi 
L. de Civ. Bristol : pleb. set. 1 9). (H.JE. received as 
Servitor 8 April, 1788, restored Michaelmas 1794. 
Admitted Clerk 11 April, 1788, of Bristol. Goodridge 
Exhibitioner 1788 to 1791. Pigott Exhibitioner 1788. 
Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1788 to 1793 : he signs as 
Hebrew Tutor in July, 1792 and June, 1793. B.A. 
17 Feb. 1792. M.A. 10 Oct. 1794. There is no notice 
of his vacating the clerkship but he was elected Chaplain 
5 Dec. 1793, and allowed the use of the Library 6 Dec. 
1794. He resigned the Chaplaincy 26 Aug. 1813. 

"Professor at H.E.I.C. College, Haileybury, died 21st Feb. 
1830." (F.) 

James William Burford (T)- I&. 8 May, 1788 (fil. Petri 
Thomaj B. de Chigwell, Essex: cler. iet. 17). (JLJE. 
received as (0". 7 May, 1788, taken up for Battels 
Christinas 1796, replaced 12 Dec. 1809 ; but his name 
was not removed from the College Books, till 12 March, 
1825; account closed Christmas 1821. Admitted . 
11 Oct. 1788 of Essex, aged 18. Maddox Exhibitioner 
1788 to 1792. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1792, 1793. 
B.A. 17 Feb. 1792. M.A. 30 June, 1803. B.D. and 
D.D. 19 June, 1823. Elected $l.Jf. 30 June, 1794: 
but resigned before 30 June, 1795. 

Vicar of Tottington, Norfolk 1800. Head Master of Chigwell 
School 1813 to 1849. Rector of Magdalen Laver, Essex, 1832. 

William Floyer Cornish. JE. 17 June, 1788 (fil. Jacobi 
C. de Totness, Damnon : gen. o>t. 18). (.|tt. received as 
(!T. 14 June, 17H8, restored 2 July, 1790: one of this 



1788-89.] WARDEN WILLS. 187 

name was B.A. of Exeter, 5 Feb. 1799 : where he entered 
as (ft. 7 Nov. 1795, name removed 6 May, 1801. 

" Rector of Hook, Dorset, 1827 ; died at Totness 30 Aug. 1858, 
aged 88." (G. Mag.) 

John Chard. JE. 15 Oct. 1788 (fil. Johannis C. de Otherey, 
Somerset : gen. set. 18). (H.JE. received as (JT. same day, 
restored 22 Feb. 1793. B.A. 18 June, 1792. 

James Bryant. JE. 30 Oct. 1788 (fil. Robert! B. de 
Ilminster, Somerset : gen. set. 18). (.JE. received as (St. 
same day, restored 1 Oct. 1789. 

John Chamberlain. JE. 8 Dec. 1788 (fil. Ricardi C. de 
Whitston, Leicestr: pleb. set. 24). (JT.JE. received as 
Servitor same day, restored 5 July, 1790. John 
Chamberlayne was B.A. of Balliol 16 Feb. 1793. 

Evan Thomas. JE. 12 Dec. 1788 (fil. Johannis T. de Carno, 
Montgom : cler. set. 17). (.JE. received as Servitor 
10 Dec. 1788, restored 25 Nov. 1791 ; migrated to All 
Souls for a Bible Clerkship, which he vacated 12 April, 
1793. B.A. 7 Feb. 1793. 

Brother of John T. 1787. 



1789. 

David Evans. JE. 27 Jan. 1789 (fil. Davidis E. de 
Llangunllo, Radnor: pleb. oat. 25). CT.JE. received as 
Servitor 29 Jan. 1789, taken up for Battels Christmas 
1796. Admitted Clerk 17 Feb. 1790 of Radnor, aged 
24 (?). Goodridge Exhibitioner 1789. Pigott Exhibi- 
tioner 1790, 1791. B.A. 12 Oct. 1792. M.A. 30 June, 
1796. 

" One of this name was Vicar of Llangaw 1800, and of St Cleary 
Carmarthen 1828, till his death in 1831." (F.) 

James Vale. JE. 25 March, 1789 (fil. Johannis V. de 
Birmingham, Warwic : gen. set. 19). (.JE. received as 



188 WARDEN WILLS. [1789. 

<. same day, taken up for Battels Christmas 1794. 
Goodridge Exhibitioner 1789, 1790, B.A. 6 Nov. 1792. 

" Died 15 May, 1809, near Llandrinio Montg., in his 41st year 
Kev. J. V. Curate of New Chapel in that neighbourhood and 
formerly Lecturer at St Philip's, Birmingham. He was 
esteemed an excellent scholar, and when young was fond of 
writing verses, some of which have appeared in our former 
volumes." (G. May. 79, II. 783.) 

Robert Barlow Gardiner. JH. 22 April, 1789 (fil. 
Jacobi G. de Yardley Hastings, Northampton : cler. jet. 
17). &.J&. received as (ft. same day, restored 5 July, 
1797. Admitted .. 25 Sept. 1789 of Northampton, aged 
18. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1790. Hody (Greek) 
Exhibitioner 1791 to 1798. B.A. 7 Feb. 1793. M.A. 
11 July, 1798. Elected $.JF. 30 June, 1797. Admitted 
JV9 July, 1798. Elected Sub-Dean (vice Foley) 7 Nov. 
and again 6 Dec. 1797, for which post he was also deputy 
1806 to 1812 and 1814 to 1817; Dean 1798, 1802, 
1803 and annually from 1805 to 1812, also (as deputy 
for Gibson) in 1813 and 1814, in which years he was also 
deputy Catechist, and deputy Librarian ; Humanity 
Lecturer 1799; Catechist 1800, 1801; Bursar 1804; 
Deputy Moderator of Philosophy, 1814 to 1817 ; Sub- 
Warden (vice Rogers) 27 Oct. 1813 and annually till 
1817. He resigned his Jf. 9 June, 1819: having been 
presented to the Vicarage of Wadhurst, to which he was 
instituted 3 July, 1818, and his name was replaced on 
the list of Commoners, but removed 21 Dec. 1826. 

Born 28 June, 1771, at Yardley Hasting Northants, educated 
at Rugby, Curate of Marston St Lawrence, Northants, 1796 to 
1809. Whitehall Preacher 1812, 1815, 1816. 

(G. Mag. 116, I. 216, 326.) 

Died 5 Dec. 1845, and is buried at Wadhurst where there is the 
following inscription, 

Rev. Robert Barlow Gardiner M.A. 

Second son of the 

Rev. James Gardiner M.A. 

Rector of Yardley Hastings cum Denton 

North'ton, Chaplain to the Earl of Sussex 

and sometime Fellow of Magdalen 

Colleue Oxford. 



1789.] WARDEN WILLS. 189 

He was formerly Fellow of Watlham 

College Oxford 
And for 27 years Vicar of Wadhurst 

He died 5 Dec. 1845, 

A bachelor, in his 75th year. 

The affection and gratitude of 

Six surviving nephews and nieces 

to whom in life he was all but a father 

have erected this tablet to his memory. 

" An Israelite indeed in whom is no guile." 

Great-Uncle and Godfather of the Editor (1861). 

George Swayne (J)- Jtt. 20 May, 1789 (fil. Georgii S. 
de Pucklechurch, Gloucester : cler. ret. 16). (JT.JE. received 
as (ft. 19 March, 1789, restored by Bursar Brymer. 
Admitted j&. 29 Sept. 1790 of Gloucester, aged 17. Hody 
(Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1791 to 1797. B.A. 7 Feb. 1793. 
M.A. 11 July, 1798. B.D. and D.D. 7 April, 1827. 
Elected ^.Jf. 30 June, 1799. Admitted $. 8 July, 
1800. Elected Bursar 1800 to 1803, and 1806 to 1817 ; 
Dean 1804; Librarian 1805 ; Sub- Warden 1818 ; Deputy 
Catechist 1808 to 1811. He resigned his JF, 1819, and 
was Elected Chaplain 11 Dec.. 1819: resigned 28 May, 
1826 ; when his name was replaced on the list of <. 
finally removed 27 May, 183-. Instituted Vicar of 
Hockley, Essex, 30 June, 1819 : from which he removed 
6 Dec, 1836 " in consequence of severe affection of mind 
and body " : his death is noted in the Convention Book 
23 Feb. 1837. 

Vicar of South Benfleet, Essex 1827, died 13 Feb. 1837, aged 64 
and was buried in the family vault at Pucklechurch. Son of 
Geome S. 1763. 



Edward Ward. Jtt. 25 May, 1789 (fil. Gulielmi W. de 
Stannigton Bridge, Northumbr : gen. set. 17). CH.JE. 
received as <1L same day, restored Christmas 1797. 
Admitted &. 25 Sept. 1789 of Northumberland, aged 18. 
Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1790 to 1796. B.A. 7 Pel). 
1793. M.A. 9 May, 1799. He resigned . 30 June, 
1797. 



190 WARDEN WILLS. [1789. 



"Died 19 March, 1835, aged 63, Ecv. E. W. Perpetual Curate 
of Iver, Bucks, to which he was presented in 1805." 

(G. Mag. 105, I. 554.) 

John Clark. J&. 15 June, 1789 (fil. Johannis C. de 
Belfast in Eegn. Hibern: gen. ret. 18). (H.JE. received as 
(ft. same day, increased to ,-fF.ift. 4 Dec. 1789, restored 
26 March, 1795. B.A. 16 Nov. 1791. 

James Cox (f). JE. 25 June, 1789 (fil. Joseph! C. de Ailing- 
ton, Dorcestr : pleb. ret. 20). (.ftt. received as Servitor 
same day, restored 1 July, 1796 : replaced 6 July, 1809, 
restored 5 Dec. 1818. Admitted Clerk 1 Nov. 1792 of 
Bridport, Dorset: but he resigned 14 Oct. 1793. Good- 
ridge Exhibitioner and Pigott Exhibitioner while holding 
the Clerkship. B.A. 9 Nov. 1793. M.A. 31 May, 1796. 
B.D. and D.D. 8 July, 1809. According to the Eegister 
his name was removed 5 July, 1809. 

Rector of Litton Cheney, Dorset, 16 March, 1824, resigned 
1833 ; in the Churchyard at Litton Cheney is the following 
inscription, 

" James Cox, D.D. of Wadham College, sometime Rector of 
this Parish and previously for 28 years the able master of 
Gainsborough Grammar School in the County of Lincoln : 
departed this life at the Rectory of Palgrave in the County of 
Suffolk, Dec. 16, 1848, in the 84th year of his age. His eight 
surviving children in sorrowing Gratitude erect this frail 
memorial over the remains of their revered and deeply 
lamented parent." (Hutchins II. 755.) 

Howel Davis (J). Jtt. 15 July, 1789 (fil. Davidis D. de 
Gwenthur, Brechin : gen. ret. 26). CT.JE. received as (ft. 
same day, restored Christmas 1790 : replaced 12 June, 
1805, account closed Christmas 1811. Name removed 
29 July, 1812. 

"One of this name was Rector of Stoke Edith 1819, and died 
in 1834, said to be then aged 75." (F.) 

Charles Palmer. JE. 19 Nov. 1789 (fil. Carol! P. de Civ. 
Westmonast: arm. ret. 19). (H.p. received as Jf.OT. 
same day, restored 6 Dec. 1793. 



1789.] WARDEN WILLS. 191 

Jervoise Purefoy. JR. 7 Dec. 1789 (fil. Georgii P. do 
Shalston, Buckingham : cler. set. 18). (JT.JE. received as 
$M. same day, restored Midsummer 1796. CT.Jtt. 
replaced as JF.OT. 11 March, 1806. On the 19 Dec. 
1793, his degree was postponed for twelve months for 
misconduct. B.C.L. (as Jervise) 25 May, 1796. D.C.L. 
13 May, 1806. 

" Jervoise Purefoy Jervoise, entered under the name of J. P. 
and afterwards took the name of Jervoise as a surname. He 
was D.C.L. in March 1806, and died 1808." " 1812, March 24, 
Received of Mr Swayne Bursar ,10, 14s. 7d. to buy a piece of 
plate for the use of the College by order of his brother G. P. 
Jervoise ; J. H. Wyndham." Notes in Caution Book. 
Son of George H. Jervoise 1757. 



Edward Pye Waters. (.|E. received as <. 22 June, 
1789. |K. (Ch. Ch.) 28 May, 1789 (fil. Johannis W. de 
Sti Martin, Warwic: pleb. set. 18). Goodridge Exhibi- 
tioner 1789. B.A. 14 Jan. 1793. 

Curate of Overbury, Staff. 1816 to 1833, where he was buried 
8th Oct. 1833. " 1833 died, aged 63, Rev. E. P. W. curate of 
Overbury, Staff." (G. Mag. 1(13, II. 379.) 

He has the following epitaph on a tomb on the north side of 
the Churchyard, 

In memory of the 

Revd. 
Edward Pye Waters 

B.A. 

formerly of Wadham College 

Oxford and many years curate 

of this parish who died 

Oct. 3rd 1833 aged 63. 

He was a man of considerable talent 

of much natural kindness of heart 

Christian benevolence and piety in the 

discharge of his sacred calling while 

free from bigotry and intolerance 

he was ever a warm strenuous and 

eloquent assertor of the peculiar 

doctrine of the Gospel. 



WARDEN WILLS. [1790. 



1790. 

Henry Phipps Baker. |tt. 17 Feb. 1790 (fil. Edvardi B. 
de Civ. Salisbury: arm. ret. 18). C.Jtl. received as (*L 
16 March, 1790, restored Midsummer 1791 ; (when he 
migrated to Queen's as (. 24 Oct. 1791). B.A. 22 Oct. 
1793. 

Christopher Rigby. JU. 14 April, 1790 (fil. Christopher! 
R. de Monks liisborough, Buckingham : gen. set. 17). 
(H.JE. received as <. same day, taken up for Battels 
Midsummer 1797. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1790, 1791. 
Gerard Exhibitioner 1790 to 1794. Somerscales Exhibi- 
tioner 1792 to 1794. Warner Exhibitioner (apparently 
the first appointed) resigned 1795. B.A. 4 Feb. 1794. 
M.A. 11 May, 1797. 

Rector of Ringmore, Devon 5 May, 1803, resigned 1812. 

Vicar of Ipplepen 24 Feb. 1808 : vacant 1814. 

Thomas Horlock Bastard. Jtt. 29 April, 1790 (fil. 
Thomse B. de Blandford, Dorcestr: gen. ret. 18). .&. 
received as jF.dT. same day, restored 2 Nov. 1791. 

Of Charlton Marshall, Dorset ; High Sheriff 1812, J.P., D.L., 
died 12 March, 1849, and is buried at Charlton. 

(Hutchins III. 523.) 
Father of Henry H. B. 1830. 

William Kelps. |tt. 11 Oct. 1790 (til. Gulielmi H. de St 
Mary Ratcliffe, Somerset : gen. ret. 18). (H.JE. received 
as (JT. same day, taken up for Battels Midsummer 1798. 
Admitted . 8 Oct. 1791 of Somerset, aged 19. Hody 
(Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1792 to 1795. B.A. 11 Nov. 
1794. Resigned . 30 June, 1795. 

" Died Jan. 17, 1848, Rev. Wm. Helps for fifty years Rector of 
Hawton, Notts, aged 75." (G. Mag. 118, I. 44G.) 

Edward Southwell Trotter, pt. 11 Oct. 1790 (fil. 
Edvardi T. de Down in Regn. Hibern : gen. ret. 18.) 
CI.pt. received as jF.tf. 9 Oct. 1790, restored HI March, 
1791. 



1790-91.] WARDEN WILLS. 193 

Thomas Roe. JE. 2 Dec. 1790 (fil. Georgii R de Hayfield, 
Derb : cler. set. 18). (.JU. received as Servitor same 
day, restored Christmas 1799. Admitted Clerk some 
time in 1791. B.A. 26 June, 1794. M.A. 23 Oct. 1799. 
He resigned his Clerkship 27 June, 1794. 

Rector of Sotby Line. 1797, and of Kirkby-upon-Bam 1799. 
" Died suddenly 17 July, 1827, at Hangworthingham when 
returning from Spilsby Sessions, Rev. T. R. aged 55." 

(G. Mag.) 

John James Daniel Cornabe. Jtt. 8 Dec. 1790 (fil. Rene 
. C. de Lausanne, Switzerland : gen. get. 23). (SLJtt. 
received as (Jt. 9 Dec. 1790, taken up for Battels Mid- 
summer 1791. 



John Davis. (.|E. received as <. 7 Dec. 1790, restored 
Christinas 1795. JE. (Davies, All Souls) 25 May, 1789 
(fil. Price D. de Llanladinan, Montgom: gen. set. 18). 
B.A. 16 Feb. 1793. M.A. 11 March, 1796. 

"Died 17th Aug. 1853, at Fownfellan, Montg. aged 83, Rev. 
J. D. second son of Pryce D. of Maesmawr Hall, Montg." 

(G. Mag. 123, II. 536.) 



1791. 

Samuel Abraham, pi. 10 March, 1791 (fil. Eicardi A. 
de White Lackington, Somerset: gen. set. 15). (JL|E. 
received as (ft. 9 March, 1791, taken up for Battels Mid- 
summer 1798. Admitted . 8 Oct. 1791 of Somerset, 
aged 18. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1795. B.A. 29 Oct. 
1794. M.A. 15 July, 1800. Elected ^.J^. 30 June, 
1799. Admitted Jf. 8 July, 1800. Elected Sub-Dean 
(vice Foley) 2 Nov. 1799 and. again 6 Dec. 1799 and 
1800 ; Dean 1801 up to 17 June, 1802. His JF. was 
vacant by marriage 30 June, 1803. 

William Warrington. J&. 12 March, 1791 (fil. Georgii 
W. de Acton, Denbigh : cler. at. 18). dT.JE. received as 

N 



104 WARDEN WILLS. [1791. 

(ft. same day, restored 4 April, 1800. Admitted JJ. 
8 Oct. 1791 of Denbigh, aged 18. Hody (Greek) Exhi- 
bitioner 1792 to 1799. Gerard Exhibitioner 1795 to 
1797. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1799. B.A. 11 Nov. 
1794. M.A. 24 Oct. 1800. Elected tf. of Balliol 1799 
or 1800. 

" Died April 28, 1852, at Barrowby Line. Rev. W. W. for 37 
years Vicar of Leak, Derb. " (G. Mag. 122, I. 632.) 

Brother of Thornliill W. 1796. 

William Jenkins Rees. JE. 12 April, 1791 (fil. Eeeg E. 
de Llandingad, Carmarth : gen. ?et. 19). (.JE. received 
as (ft. 9 April, 1791. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1792. 
B.A. 13 Feb. 1795. M.A. 11 July, 1797. 

Born 10 Jan. 1772, educated at Carmarthen School. Curate of 
Stoke Edith and West Hide, Hereford, 1796 ; Rector of Cascob, 
Radnor, 10 Dec. 1806; Rector of Heyop, Radnor, 10 July, 1813; 
Prebendary of Llandilo Graban (Brecknock) 20 July, 1820; 
F.S.A. 24 Dec. 1840; died 18th Jan. 1855. (G. Mag. 125, 1. 317.) 
His picture is in Dr Griffiths ' Collection. 

John Griffiths. JE. 15 April, 1791 (fil. Johannis G. de 
liodmell, Sussex : cler. OB t. 18). C.JE. received as (ft. 
16 April, 1791, restored 30 June, 1796. Admitted . 
8 Oct. 1791 of Sussex. Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1792 
to 1796. B.A. 11 Nov. 1794. M.A. (Queen's) 7 Dec. 1797. 
B.D. and D.D. 19 Jan. 1821. Eesigned . 30 June, 1796. 
Entered Queen's College as Michel Scholar 21 April, 1796. 
Elected Michel Eellow 1 March, 1798 : his Jf. was filled 
up on resignation 5 March, 1801. 

Master of the King's School, Rochester. Rector of Hinxhill, 
Kent 1801. Vicar of St Margaret's, Rochester, 1803, died 
30 Sept. 1832, aged CO. 
Father of John G. 1824. 

James des Carrieres. Jtt. 6 May, 1791 (fil. Davidis des 
C. de Civ. Londin: gen. ast. 17). 

William Fletcher. JE. 24 June, 1791 (fil. Gulielmi F. de 
Eomsey, Hampton : gen. wt. 19). GT.JH. received as (ft. 



1791.] WARDEN WILLS. ) 195 

25 June, 1791, taken up for Battels Midsummer 1799. 
B.A. 21 May, 1795. 

Samuel James Goodenough. JE. 27 June, 1791 (fil. 
Samuelis Jacob! G. de Eling, Middlesex : Doctoris, set. 
17). (!LJE. received as (ft. same day, restored 12 Nov. 
1798. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1791. Admitted &. 13 
Oct. 1792 of Middlesex, aged 18. Hody (Hebrew) Exhi- 
bitioner 1793 to 1798. B.A. 21 May, 1795. M.A. 
17 July, 1802. He resigned $>. 30 June, 1798. 

Prebendary of Carlisle 28 Aug. 1810. Eector of Aikton, 
Cumberland 1844, died 15 March, 1858. (. Mag. 128, 1. 563.) 

George Alexander Downing. JE. 16 Nov. 1791 (fil. 
Dawsoii 1). de . . . in. Com. Antrim in Eegn : Hibern : 
arm. set. 16). .j&. received as JfM. 1 Nov. 1791, 
taken up for Battels Lady Day 1800. B.A. (G. A. 
Fullerton) 9 July, 1795. M.A. 22 June, 1798. His 
grace was granted for B.A. to G. A. Downing Fullarton, 
9 July, 1795. 

His mother was Catherine, only child of George Fullerton, 
and niece and heiress of Alexander Fullerton of Ballintoy 
Castle, Antrim : on succeeding to the property of his great 
uncle, he assumed the name and arms of Fullerton ; born 
30 Nov. 1775, died 16 Aug. 1847. 

Joseph Sturges. JE. 19 Nov. 1791 (fil. Josephi S. de 
Sibbertoft, Northampton : arm. set. 19). GT.Jtt. received 
as (ft. 18 Nov. 1791, restored Midsummer 1796. 

Horace Salusbury Cotton. JH. 17 Dec. 1791 (fil. Eoberti 
C. de Eygate, Surr: gen. a j t. 17). (JT.JE. received as (ft. 
16 Dec. 1791, taken up for Battels Midsummer 1799. 
B.A. 5 June, 1795. 

" Vicar of Desborough, Northants " (F.), if so he was non- 
resident. 

He was elected Ordinary of Newgate Prison 29 July, 1814, which 
post he resigned 25 June, 1838 : he died 7 June, 1846. 

James Buckoll. ftt. 17 Dec. 1791 (fil. Steplmni B. de 
Brighthelmstone, Sussex: plob. ;et. 17). CT.fE. received 



196 WARDEN WILLS. [1791-92. 

as Servitor 16 Dec. 1791, restored after 15 May, 1800. 
Admitted Clerk 14 Oct. 1793. Pigott and Goodridge 
Exhibitioner, while he was Clerk, which post he resigned 
6 June, 1795. B.C.L. 4 Dec. 1800. 

Arthur Chichester. JE. 17 Dec. 1791 (fil. Gulielmi C. de 
Londonderry in Eegn : Hibern : Doctoris, o_>t. 22). (.J&. 
received as (ft. same day, increased to jF.(tf. 20 June, 
1792, taken up for Battels Midsummer 1796. B.A. 
9 July, 1795. 

M.P. for Carrickfergus. Created Baronet, of Greencastle, 
Donegal, 13 Sept. 1821, died unmarried 25 May, 1847. 



1792. 

Edward Jenkins. JE. 22 Fel>. 1792 (fil. Edvardi J. de 
Virmonton in Burgundia in Ilegno Francise, gen. a;t. 
23). (H.JE. received as (ST. same day, taken up for 
Battels Midsummer 1799. 

John Foley. Jtt. 13 March, 1792 (fil. Koberti F. de 
Mordiford, Hereford: cler. set. 17). (!l.|tt. received as 
(!L same day, restored 3 Dec. 1796. Admitted &. 
13 Oct. 1792 of Hereford, aged 17. When elected on 
30th June, he tried to prove Founder's Kin, but his 
evidence was not sufficient, he however succeeded 011 
6 Oct., and was placed senior . of the year. Maddox 
Exhibitioner 1792 to 1795. Somerscales Exhibitioner 
1795. B.A. 10 Nov. 1795. M.A. 21 May, 1801. 
Elected 3MF. (as Founder's Kin) 30 June, 1796. Ad- 
mitted Jf. 9 July, 1797. Elected Sub-Dean 1796 and 
1798 : but in both cases he was deprived of the office for 
non-residence in the following November ; Moderator of 
Philosophy 1797 ; Catechist 1799 ; Bursar (vice Michell), 
30 June, 1801 and 1802; Librarian 1801. He resigned 
his J?. on marriage 30 June, 1805. 

Rector of Holt, Wore. 1812 ; where he is buried with the 
following inscription, 



1792.] WARDEN WILLS. 197 

Under this Tomb 

are interred 

the Mortal Remains of 

the Reverend John Foley 

formerly Fellow of Wadham College, Oxford, 

and for 35 years Rector 

of this Parish. 
He died Aug. 11, 1847, 

aged 72. 

Father of John F. 1821 and Edward W. F. 1826. 
The Foley pedigree, used to prove Founder's Kin, exists in the 
College : it shows that J. F. was great grandson of William 
Floyer who was great grandson of Anthony Floyer, who 
married Anne Martin, daughter of Margaret Wadham, sister of 
the Founder. 

Edmund Watts, JE. 29 March, 1792 (fil. Edmundi W. de 
Hinton, Somerset: gen. get. 17). (tf.JE. received as (ft. 
same day, taken up for Battels Christmas 1799. B.A. 
23 Feb. 1797. 

Henry Hody Rogers. JE. 4 May, 1792 (fil. Pdcardi 
Colmer li. de Child Okeford, Dorcestr : cler. set. 17). 
GT.JE. received as (ft. same day, restored 1798. Good- 
ridge Exhibitioner 1792. B.C.L. 5 Feb. 1799. 

Rector of Pylle, Somerset, 1826, died 17 April, 1840, aged 65. 
Father of Philip H. R. 1821. 

Edward Brazier. JE. 27 May, 1792 (fil. Edvardi B. de 
Sto Christophoro in Ind: Occid: arm. set. 18). C.|tt. 
received as (ft. same day, taken up for Battels Mid 
summer 1797. B.A. 5 Feb. 1796. M.A. 20 Oct. 1800. 

John Plumstead Reeve (J). |&. 12 June, 1792 (fil. 
Andrews It. de Reading, Bercher: arm. oat. 17). (Jl.Jtt. 
received as (ft. same day, taken up for Battels Christmas 
1802. B.A. 23 Nov. 1796. M.A. 11 July, 1801. 

John Liptrott. |tt. 23 June, 1792 (fil. Jacob! L. de 
Fgham, Surr: cler. ret. 18). (H.|E. received as (ft. 
22 June, 1792, restored 9 July, 1792 : when he migrated 



198 WARDEN WILLS. [1792. 

to Trinity as (ft. admitted 7th July. B.A. 19 April, 
1796. M.A. 14 Nov. 1805. 

Rector of Broughton Astley, Leic. 1812, died at Calais 16 Dec. 
1848. 

Allen Wheeler (f). JE. 10 Oct. 1792 (fil. Alleni W. de 
Whitley Magna, Vigorn : gen. aet. 16). (H.JE. received 
as (ft. same day. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1794. B.A. 
17 Feb. 1798. . M.A. 23 April, 1800. B.D. 21 June, 
1810 ; " name left out 16 May, 1800 : re-admitted 8 June, 
1810, name removed again 16 May, 1828." 

Born 20th Dec. 1775. Minor Canon of Worcester 1799, Precentor 
1820 to 1851. Head Master of the College School, Worcester. 
Eector of Broadwas and of St Martin's, Worcester. Vicar of Old 
Sodbury, Glouc. 1851. In Jan. 1832 he received a testimonial 
of silver plate from his old pupils at a dinner of which Sir C. S. 
Smith was chairman, died at Bath 25 Dec. 1855, aged 82 (?) 
Father of Thomas L. W. 1823. 

David Jones. JE. 23 Oct. 1792 (fil. Johannis J. de 
Maryskyr i.e. Aberyskyr, Brechinire : gen. o.-t. 18). 
(!LJE. received as (ft. same day, taken up for Battels 
Midsummer 1799. B.A. 3 Feb. 1797. 

John Hoskyns. JE. 9 Nov. 1792 (fil. Johannis H. de 
Compton Martin, Somerset : cler. ret. 20). (.JE. received 
as (ft. same day, restored 5 April, 1797. B.A. 28 May, 
1796. 

Assumed the additional name of Abrahall. In orders : of 

Compton Martin, Somerset. 

Father of John C. J. H. Abrahall 1817, and Theoph. B. H. A. 

1820. 

Charles Medows Tobin. JE. 9 Nov. 1792 (fil. Jacobi T. 
de Salisburia, Wilton : arm. get. 17). %JE. received as 
(ft. same day, restored Midsummer 1799. B.A. 28 Feb. 
1797. 

John Downing Nesbit. JE. 13 Nov. 1792 (fil. Alexandri 
. I), de King's County in Eegn. Hibern : arm. u_-t. 21). 



1792-93.] WARDEN WILLS. 199 

(JT.|tt. received as JF.<2L same day, taken up for Battels 
Christmas 1793. 

Charles Frederick Brooke. JE. 14 Dec. 1792 (fil. JacoM 
B. de Dorcestria, Dorcestr : gen. set. 34). C.Jtt. received 
as JF.<. same day, restored 24 Oct. 1793. 

Samuel Frosser. JE. 17 Dec. 1792 (fil. Thomse P. de 
Dorston, Hereford : cler. get. 19). C.Jtt. received as 
Servitor same day, restored 6 July, 1793. 

"Died 1825 Rev. S. P., M.A., Rector of Southwick, Sussex, 
and of St John's Coll., Oxford." (G. Mag. 95, II. 475.) 

But this latter statement is a mistake, nor was he a graduate of 
Oxford. 



Edward Mott Allfree. CT.JE. received as 01". 1 Feb. 1792, 
restored Michaelmas 1799. |E. (Alban Hall) 17 June, 
1790 (fil. Edvardi A. de Hurstmonceaux, Sussex: gen. set. 
16). Somerscales Exhibitioner - - 1793. B.A. 11 Nov. 
1794. M.A. 11 July, 1799. 



1793. 

James Carpenter. |tt. 8 May, 1793 (fil. Jacobi Baden C. 
de West Dean, Sussex : cler. ret. 17). (ST.JE. received as 
(!T. same day, taken up for Battels Midsummer 1802. 
Goodridge Exhibitioner 1793. Admitted . 9 July, 
1794 of West Dean, Sussex, aged 18. Goodridge Exhibi- 
tioner 1794 to 1797. Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1795 
to 1799. B.A. 23 Feb. 1797. M.A. (Hertford) 6 April, 
1805. Resigned . 30 June, 1803. 

David Evans (J)- Jtt. 11 May, 1793 (fil. Hugonis E. de 
Llandilovawr, Carmarth: gen. set. 18). (H.JE. received 
as (ft. same day : name removed apparently in 1798, 
replaced 26 April, 1815, name removed again apparently 
in 1817. B.A. 23 Feb. 1797. M.A. 17 May, 1815. 

Chaplain R.X. 



'200 WARDEN WILLS. [1793. 

He was the first naval chaplain presented by Greenwich 
Hospital to the Rectory of Simonbourn, Northumb : (part of 
the forfeited Derwentwater Estates) when the parish was split 
up into six parts in 1815 : he died 9 April, 1829. There is 
a mural tablet in Simonbourn Church with the following in- 
scription, 

Sacred to the memory of 
the Rev. David Evans, M.A. 

Rector of this Parish. 

This tablet is erected by his afflicted widow, 

In grateful remembrance of the virtues and affection 

Of a most justly beloved and lamented husband, 

A truly sincere and steady friend 
And a zealous, devoted and faithful minister 

Of the Church of England. 

He died universally esteemed and respected 

In the year of Our Lord 1829, 

Aged 54 years. 

His widow survived him nearly 40 years, and founded chari- 
ties both at Simonbourn and Humshaugh. 

William Bishop. Jft. 12 May, 1793 (fil. Jacob! Willson B. 
de Sti Andrea?, Holborn, Londin : arm. set. 17). (JT.JE. 
received as (!T. same day, restored 1800. Admitted . 
5 Oct. 1793 of St Andrew's, Holborn, aged 17. Hody 
(Greek) Exhibitioner 1794 to 1800. Goodridge Exhibi- 
tioner 1797. B.A. 23 Feb. 1797. JF. of Oriel, 
18 April, 1801. M.A. 25 June, 1801. Select Preacher 
1808 and 1813. Vicar of St Mary's 2 Feb. 1810. Dean 
1817. 

Rector of Ufton Nervet, Berks, 16 Oct. 1819, on the presenta- 
tion of the College; died 1847. 

John Wickens. JE. 14 May, 1793 (til. Jolmnnis W. de 
Mapperton, Dorcestr : gen. ajt. 18). (!LJtt. received as 
(. same day, restored Michaelmas 1794. B.A. (Morton) 
26 Jan. 1797. M.A. 17 Dec, 1812. 

Rector of Swyre, Dorset, 13 June, 1817 to 1856. Rector of 
Mansion, Dorset, 17 Dec. 1817, resigned 1820. Rector of 
Wooilon <;l;mvil]e, Dorset, !) Feb. 1835, where lie died 5 
August, 1&5G. 



1793.] WARDEN WILLS. 201 

Richard Elwell. JE. 15 May, 1793 (fil. Joannis E. do 
Civ. Westmonast : gen. ret. 18). (.JE. received as (!T. 
same day, restored Midsummer 1794. Goodridge Exhi- 
bitioner 1793. 

Thomas Stone. Jtt. 14 Oct. 1793 (fil. Koberti S. de 
Seaford, Sussex : gen. set. 18). (.JE. received as (ft. 
same day, restored 1798. 

William Toogood. JE. 21 Oct. 1793 (fil. Gulielmi T. de 
Sherborne, Dorcestr: gen. aet. 19). (Jl.jltl. received as (ft. 
same day, restored 9 Feb. 1799. 

An active county magistrate and chairman of the Sessions at 
Sherborne (Hutchins) ; or Rev. W. T., son of W. T., chairman 
of Quarter Sessions, died 2 Feb. 1851 at Sherborne. (G. Mag.) 

Charles Price (J)- J&. 30 Oct. 1793 (fil. Thomas P. de 
Merriott, Somerset: cler. set. 16). C.JE. received as (ft. 
same day, restored Christmas 1800. Somerscales Exhi- 
bitioner 1794. Admitted S>. 9 July, 1794 of Merriott, 
Somerset, aged 16. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1794 to 
1797. Warner Exhibitioner 1795. Hody (Hebrew) 
Exhibitioner 1795 to 1801. B.A. 30 June, 1797. 
M.A. 9 July, 1801. B.M. 25 June, 1802. D.M. 14 Jan. 
1804. Elected ty.Jf. 30 June, 1800. Admitted ,-ff. 
6 July, 1801. Wills Medical Fellow's Exhibition 1806 
to 1821. Elected Sub-Dean 1801; Catechist 1802; 
Bursar 1803, 1804, 1805 ; Moderator of Philosophy 1807 
to 1811 (with Swayne and Stevens as deputies) ; 
Librarian 1818, 1819, 1820 (Symons deputy). He 
resigned his Jf. 30 June, 1821 (being superannuated 
from the date of his B.M. when he ceased to be regent 
M.A.) when his name was replaced on the list of 
Commoners. C.JE. replaced 5 March, 1822. 

F.R.C.S. 30 Sept. 1805. Censor 1807, delivered the Harveian 
Oration 1820. Physician to the Middlesex Hospital 1807 
to 1815. Physician extraordinary to King William IV. 1832. 
Practised at Brighton, where he died 8 Sept. 1853, aged 77. 

(Muiik III. 25.) 



202 WARDEN WILLS. [1793-94. 

Peter Oliver. (JT.JE. received as (ft. 7 May, 1793, restored 
Michaelmas 1794. |tt. (Queen's) 6 June, 1792 (fil. Petri 
0. de Massachussets Bay, New England, gen. set. 17). 

1794. 

John Webb ("[") P. 14 May, 1794 (fil. Gulielmi W. de 
Aldgate, Londin : gen. set. 18). (.JE. received as (ft. 
same day, finally taken up for Battels Midsummer 
1814. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1794. B.A. 21 March, 

1798. M.A. 3 Nov. 1802. Name removed 21 April, 
1815. 

Captain of St Paul's School 1793 to 1795, and Exhibitioner. 
Vicar of St Mary's, Cardiff, 1821. Rector of Tretire with 
Michaelchurch, Hereford, 1812, died about 1869, aged 92. 

William Alexander Campble (sic.) Durham. JE. 
14 May, 1794 (fil. Thomae D. de Sti Martini in Civ. 
Londin: gen. set. 18). CJE. received as (ft. (W.A. 

Campel D.) same day, restored Midsummer 1794, but he 
had a balance still remaining in 1801. He was 
educated at St Paul's School where he became Exhibi- 
tioner in 1795 ; W. A. Campbell 1). entered in 1796 
Corpus Christi Coll. Camb. of which College he was 
Sizar, Exhibitioner, and Scholar, and graduated B.A. 

1799. M.A. 1809. 

He became successively Assistant Master, Chaplain (1806), and 
Sur Master (1823) in St Paul's School, and Rector of St 
Matthews, Friday Street (1837). 

On a Tablet formerly in the church of St Matthew, Friday 
Street, now in St Vedast Foster, is the following inscription, 

Sacred 

to the memory of 
the Reverend William A. C. Durham, M.A. 

twenty years Rector 

of the United Parishes of 

St Matthew, Friday Street 

and St Peter, West Cheap 

who died January 26th 1857 

aged 81 years. 



1794.] WARDEN WILLS. 203 

" Come unto Me all ye that are weary and heavy laden and I 
will give you rest." 

This Tablet is erected by the 

Parishioners in token of their great esteem 

and high regard for his memory. 

John Heathcote Wyndham (f). JE. 24 May, 1794 
(fil. Gulielmi W. de Dinton, Wilton : arm. set. 17). 
(!LJE. received as (JT. same day, restored 1799. Ad- 
mitted J$. (Founder's Kin) 9 July, 1794, of Dinton, 
Wilts, aged 17. Maddox Exhibitioner 1795 to 1798. 
Goodridge Exhibitioner 1798. B.A. 6 Feb. 1798. M.A. 
24 Nov. 1801. Elected $).JF. 30 June, 1799. Ad- 
mitted JF. 8 July, 1800. Vacated JF. by marriage 
26 April, 1813, when his name was replaced on the list of 
Commoners. Elected Bursar 1801 and (vice Michell) 
1811 and again on 6 Dec. 1811 ; Librarian 1803 (Michell, 
deputy); Catechist 1809 and 1810 (Swayne, deputy). 
(JLJE/received 9 Feb. 1814: account closed 1821. 

Rector of Gorton Denham, Somerset, 1816 (? 1813 G. Mag.), 
and of Sock Dennis 1819 ; married Jane Dorothy daughter of 
the Rev. John Eveleigh, D.D. (see 1766), Provost of Oriel. 
Rev. John Heathcote Wyndham, was buried in the church- 
yard of Gorton Denham, Somerset, in January 1852 a 
Memorial Tablet in the church bears the following : " In 
memory of John Heathcote Wyndham, 5th son of William 
Wyndham, Esq. of Dinton. He was Rector of Gorton for 38 
years, and departed this life on January 5th 1852, aged 74, 
universally beloved and respected. 

"The sweet remembrance of the just 
Shall nourish when he sleeps in dust." 

William Hoblyn Lake (T)- P. 4 June, 1794 (fil. 
Johannis L. de Llanivet, Cornub : cler. set. 14). (.|E. 
received as (ft. same day, restored 4 Nov. 1801. Admitted 
S>. Sept. 1795 of Cornwall, aged 15. Hody (Greek) 
Exhibitioner 1796 to 1802. B.A. 6 Feb. 1798. M.A. 
15 July, 1803. Elected $3.JF. 30 June, 1801. Admitted 
,-jf. 6 July, 1802. Elected Sub-Dean (vice Price) 1802 ; 



204 WARDEN WILLS. [1794. 

Moderator of Philosophy 1802, 1803; Catechist 1804, 
1805 ; Librarian (Kogers, deputy) 1806, 1807. 

Drowned off the coast of Jutland in the shipwreck of H.M.S. 
St George, of which he was chaplain, 24 Dec. 1811. In this 
wreck the admiral, captain, and the officers with a crew of 
750 were all lost except eleven men. 

James Lynn. JE. 27 June, 1794 (fil. Johannis L. de 
Ayleslmry, Buck : pleb. aet. 17). CT.JE. received as 
Servitor same day, taken up for Battels Midsummer 
1801. Admitted Clerk same day, resigned 30 June, 
1797. Pigott Exhibitioner 1794, 1795. Goodridge 
Exhibitioner 1795, 1796. B.A. 5 Feb. 1799. M.A. 
12 May, 1803. 

" Minor Canon of Rochester 1803 to 1814. Perpetual Curate of 
Strood, Kent, 1804 to 1821 : of Sebergham, Cumb. 1S11 to 1820. 
Rector of Caldbeck, Cumberland 1813, and Vicar of Crossth- 
waite 1820. He married the daughter of Dean Goodenough, 
afterwards Bishop of Carlisle, died 1 Feb. 1855, aged 78. " 

(G. Mac,.) 

Thomas Davies. JK. 4 July, 1794 (fil. Eoberti D. de 
Knighton, liadnor : cler. set. 20). C.JE. received as (JT. 
same day, (Davis) taken up for Battels Christmas 1800. 
Goodridge Exhibitioner 1795, 1797. 

William Knott. |E. 10 Oct. 1794 (fil. Nathanielis K. de 
Diimington, Somerset : arm. a;t. 16). (&.JE. received as 
(St. same day, taken up for Battels Lady Day 1802. 
Admitted g. (W. Smith Knott) Sept. 1795 of Diimington, 
Somerset : aged 18. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1796. 
Somerscales Exhibitioner 1796 to 1799. B.A. 5 Feb. 
1799. He resigned his . 30 June, 1800. 

William John Brook. JE. 3 Nov. 1794. (fil. Gulielmi B. 
de Ashburnham, Somerset : gen. tut. 18). (JT.ftt. received 
as Servitor same day, taken up for Battels Midsummer 
1801. Admitted Clerk 6 June, 1795, vacant 23 Oct. 
1797. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1795, 1796. Pigott 
Exhibitioner 1795. 11 A. 6 June, 1798. 



1794-95.] WARDEN WILLS. 205 

Arthur Saunder. JE. 9 Dec. 1794 (fil. Arthur! S. de Sid- 
mouth, Damnon : cler. set. 17). (.Jtt. received as (ft. 
same day, restored 28 June, 1796. Admitted &. 
(Saunders) Sept. 1795 of Devon, aged 18, resigned 
30 June, 1796. Admitted (ft. of Exeter, of Sarsden, 
Oxon, 24 June, 1796: name removed 11 March, 1799. 
B.A. (Saunder) 22 Nov. 1798. 



1795. 

Joseph Crane. JE. 31 Jan. 1795 (fil. Johannis C. de 
Bewdley, Vigorn : gen. set. 18). (.JE. received as (ft. 
same day, restored 6 Dec. 1802. B.A. 24 Oct. 1798. 
M.A. 9 July, 1801. 

Henry Masterman (J)- JE. 14 March, 1795 (fil. 
Gulielini M. de Athelhampton, Dorcestr: gen. set. 17). 
(ST.JE. received as (ft. same day, restored Michaelmas 
1799. Goodridge Exhibitioner" 1795 to 1798. B.A. 
5 Feb. 1799. Admitted Chaplain 26 March, 1800, 
resigned 11 Dec. 1819. 

Vicar of Alton Pancras, 11 Nov. 1811. Vicar of Milton Abbas, 
Dorset, 10 June 1823. 

He is buried at Milton Abbas, with the following inscription, 
"Shew us Thy mercy Lord and grant us Thy salvation." 
Here rests Henry Masterman 

late Vicar of this Parish 
who died Dec. vii. MDCCCXLI 

Aged LXIV. 
And Mar}* Masterman 

his sister who died 

Oct. x. MDCCCXXXIII 

Aged LX. 

Charles Moss. JE. 12 May, 1795 (fil. Caroli M. de Civ. 
Norvici: cler. ajt. 18). <.|E. received as (ft. same day, 
taken up for Battels Christmas 1800. B.A. 26 Feb. 1799. 

Robert Frederick Michell. JE. 12 May, 1795 (fil. Eoberti 
M. de Chilton, Wilton: arm. ret. 17)." (.JE. received as 



206 WARDEN WILLS. [1795. 

(ft. same day, taken up for Battels Midsummer 1799. 
He was publicly expelled on 24 June, 1799. 

Edward Wright Band. JE. 26 Oct. 1795 (fil. Johannis B. 
de Wookey Hole, Somerset: arm. set. 18). <.Jtt. 
received as JF.<- same day, the receipt of it is 
acknowledged without date by Richard Michell. 

Son and heir of John B., born 23 April, 1779. 

Thomas Bewes. Jtt. 29 Oct. 1795 (fil. Harry B. de 
Plymutha, Dainnon : arm. a^t. 17). (JT.J&. received as 
^F.OJ*. same day, restored 1799. Created M.A. 10 June, 

1798. 

Born 18 Dec. 1777 ; of Beaumont, Devon : High Sheriff of 
Devon 1824, M.P. for Plymouth 1832 to 1841, died 18 Nov. 
1857. 

John Bull. JE. 4 Nov. 1795 (fil. Johannis Thompson B. de 
Bursted Parva, Essex: arm. set. 19). C.JE. received as 
jF.Or. same day, restored 1799. B.A. 23 May, 1799. 

John Mathias. Jtt. 26 Nov - 1795 ( fil - Ludovici M. de 
Llangwarren, Pembroch : arm. ?et. 19). (JT.JE. received 
as JF.<. same day, restored 13 March, 1799. 

Peter Hideout. |E. 10 Dec, 1795 (fil. Philippi R de 
Farnham, Dorcestr : cler. set. 17). C.|E. received as (!T. 
same day, restored 9 Dec. 1801. Admitted . '29 Oct. 
1796, (Peter Pdchard R) of Dorset, aged 18. Somerscales 
Exhibitioner 1796. Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1797 
to 1802. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1798. B.A. 21 Nov. 
1799. M.A. 30 May, 1805. Elected ^. 30 June, 1801. 
Admitted ,-ff. 6 July, 1802. Elected Sub-Dean 1802, 
1803. His Jf. was vacant by marriage 30 June, 1806. 

" Died 5 Feb. 1850 at Shaft esbury, aged 72, Eev. P. R. R. 42 
years Curate of Motcombe. He was second son of the Rev. 
P. R." (G. Mac/. 120, I. 547.) 



1796.] WARDEN WILLS. 207 



1796. 

Henry Bishop. JE. 2 March, 1796 (fil. Koberti B. de 
Cantabrigia Opp: gen. ret. 18). (.JE. received as (ft. 
same day, restored 1799. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1796. 

Charles Penruddocke. JE. 18 March, 1796 (fil. Caroli P. 
de Compton, Wilton : arm. set. 22). (H.JE. received as 
jf.(ft. same day, restored 3 Dec. 1796. 

He was second son of C.P. : and great-great-great-grandson of 
Colonel John P. He was of Burcot, Somerset, and died at 
Milstone, Wilts, (leaving a son Charles, born 1 798), where, on 
the North Wall of the Nave is the following, 
" In memory of Charles Penruddocke, Esq., second son of 
Charles Penruddocke, Esq., one of the representatives of this 
County, who died Nov. 6th, 1799 in the 26th year of his age." 

(Hoare.) 

Richard Bullen. JE. 8 April, 1796 (fil. Johannis B. de 
Novo Castello, Northumb : arm. ret. 17). (H.jE. received 
as (ft. 18 April, 1796, taken up for Battels Christmas 
1801. B.A. (Buller in Ox : Grad :) 1 April, 1800. 

Charles Lyne. JE. 3 May, 1796 (fil. Philippi L. de Tre- 
leven, ? Trelowan, Cornub : Doctoris, ret. 19). C.JE. 
received as (ft. same day, taken up for Battels Mid- 
summer 1801. B.A. 25 Feb. 1800. 

Henry Wadham Diggle. JE. 11 May, 1796 (fil. Wadhami 
D. de Western Green, Surr : cler. ret. 17). GT.JE. received 
as (ft. same day, restored 27 March, 1797. Admitted >. 
as Founder's Kin 29 Oct. 1796, resigned 30 June, 1797. 

Apparently of West Green in Esher, Surrey, where Wadham 
D. (1759) was Rector. 

George Gould. JE. 11 May, 1776 (fil. Georgii G. de 
Upway, Dorcestr : arm. set. 18). (H.JE. received as JF.. 
same day, restored Christmas 1803. B.A. 12 Feb. 1801. 
M.A. 2 Dec. 1802. 



208 WARDEN WILLS. [1796. 

Born 1G Jan. 1778 : Vicar of Fleet, Dorset, 1802. The old 
Church having been destroyed by a storm 23 Nov. 1824, a new 
one was erected at the sole expense of the Vicar, and consecrated 
25 Aug. 1829. In the Church at Upwey is the following, 
" Sacred to the memory of the Rev. George Gould, M.A. 
of Fleet House and Upwey in this county. He departed this 
life 29 April, 1841, aged 63. His remains are interred in a 
vault within this church. This monument was erected by a 
near relative as a tribute of her sincere affection and deep 
regret." (Hutchins ) 

Andrew Tucker (T)- J&. 25 May, 1796 (fil. Andreae T. 
de Fifehead, Dorcestr : Doctoris, aet. 18). GT.JE. received 
as (. same day, restored 10 Dec. 1804, replaced 31 March, 
1818, and restored Midsummer 1818. Admitted g. 
29 Oct. 1796. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1798, 1799, 1800. 
Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1796 to 1801. Gerard Exhi- 
bitioner 1798 to 1800. B.A. 23 April, 1800. M.A. 
3 April, 1818. Eesigned . 30 June, 1801. 

Rector of Wotton Fitzpain, Dorset, 11 July, 1817. Rector of 
Catherston, Dorset, 9 May, 1818 ; died 15 March, 1858. 

Thomas Buck. JE. 17 June, 1796 (fil. Jacobi B. de 
Marylebon, Middlesex: arm. a, j t. 19). (.Jtt. received as 
JfM. same day, restored 27 July, 1798. 

James Ward. JE. 17 June, 1796 (fil. Jacobi W. de 
Marylebon, Middlesex : arm. a j t. 17). (JLJE. received as 
,-fF.(!T. same day, taken up for Battels Christinas 1802. 

Matthew Place. |E. 28 June, 1796 (fil. Johannis P. de 
Canford, Dorcestr: gen. get. 18). (JLJE. received as (T. 
same day, finally restored Christmas 1808. B.A. 8 May, 
1800. 

Rector of Hampreston, Dorset, 20 Nov. 1806 ; died at Chichester 
15 March, 1834. 

Samuel Downes. JE. 12 July, 1796 (fil. Caroli D. de 
Birmingham, Warwic : pleb. a;t. 16). (JLJE. received as 
Servitor same day, restored Midsummer 1806. Admitted 
Clerk ."> Oct. 1797. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1797, 1798, 



1796.] WARDEN WILLS. 209 



1799. Pigott Exhibitioner 1797. B.A. 26 April, 1800. 
His Clerkship was vacant 5 April, 1800. 

" S. D. Vicar of Kilham, Yorks, 1823, formerly of Warwick, 
died at his residence in London 25 July, 1845." 

(G. Mag. 115, II. 432.) 

Robert Shirley. JE. 20 Oct. 1796 (fil. Joannis S. de 
Bagber, Dorcestr : gen. set. 25). C.JE. received as Jf.<&. 
same da} 7 , restored Christmas 1797. 

Bagbere is a hamlet of Sturminster Newton. 

William Benett. |E. 28 Oct. 1796 (fil. Thomas B. de 
Tisbury, Wilton : arm. set. 17). CJE. received as JF.OT. 
same day, restored Michaelmas 1797. B.A. (Merton) 
24 Oct. 1801. 

Son of T. B. of York St., Portman Sq. : born 24 Feb. 1779, 
married 1815. 

Robert Stevens (J)- P. 30 Nov. 1796 (fil. Eoberti S. de 
Ansford, Somerset : arm. set. 18). C.JE. received as (*T. 
(E, Stephen Stephens) same day, restored 2 Nov. 1801. 
Admitted jj. 4 Oct. 1797, when he is described as of 
Unsford, Somerset, aged 18 : but the entry was subse- 
quently altered to St Mary, Kotherhithe, Surrey, where he 
was born. Maddox Exhibitioner 1798. Hody (Hebrew) 
Exhibitioner 1799 to 1802. B.A. 23 Oct. 1800. M.A. 
4 June, 1806. Elected ft.Jf. 30 June, 1801. Admitted 
,-fF. 6 July, 1802. Elected Librarian 1802; Catechist 
1803 ; Humanity Lecturer 1805 to 1811 and 1817, 1818 ; 
Bursar 1812, 1813 (Swayne, deputy). Deputy Moderator 
of Philosophy 1806 and 1808 to 1813, 1821, 1823 ; Dean 
1814 to 1816; Sub-Warden 1819 to 1823; Deputy Dean 
1818, 1819, 1820; Deputy Catechist 1817 to 1820. 
Wills Divinity Lecturer 1809 to 1820. Proctor 1811. 
He resigned his ,-fF. 27 June, 1824 : when his name was 
replaced on the list of Commoners and finally removed 
13 Nov. 1829. 

Incumbent of Denham, Suffolk (1813), and Yicar of South 
Petherwin, Cornwall (1824). 

" Died at Portishead 1 Oct. 1856, Rev. R. S. S. Perpetual Curate 
of Denham, Suff." (G. Mwj. 126, II. 655.) 

O 



210 WARDEN WILLS. [1796-97. 

John Ellard. JE. 8 Dec. 1796 (fil. Joannis E. de Bicton, 
Devon: gen. set. 17). (.JE. received as (. same day, 
restored July, 1803. B.A. 17 Feb. 1801. M.A. Uuly, 
1803. 

William Augustus Morgan. JE. 15 Dec. 1796 (fil. 
Joannis M. de South Pole, Devon : cler. set. 20). 
(.JE. received as Servitor same day, taken up for Battels 
Midsummer 1804. Admitted Clerk 3 July, 1797, when 
he is said to be of South Poole, Devon, aged 23. Good- 
ridge Exhibitioner 1797, 1798, 1799. Pigott Exhibitioner 
1797. His Clerkship was vacant 31 March, 1800. 

Incumbent of Egloskerry and Tresmere, Cornwall (1821), " died 
19 Aiig. 1869." (F.) 

Thornhill Warrington. JE. 15 Dec, 1796 (fil. Georgii W. 
de Acton, Denbigh : cler. set. 18). C.JE. received as (j. 
same day, restored Christmas 1798. Goodridge Exhibi- 
tioner 1799, according to the lists, but as he occurs 
among the Scholars it is probably a mistake for 
Carrington. 

Brother of William W. 1791. 



1797. 

Robert Edward Jones. JE. 30 March, 1797 (fil. Joannis 
J. de Llanfais i.e. Llanvaes in Ins: Mona. arm. net. 17). 
(.JE. received as (. same day, taken up Midsummer 
1803. B.A. 4 Feb. 1802. 

George Speke Payne. JE. 6 April, 1797 (fil. Samuelis P. 
de Weymouth, Dorcestr: cler set. 18). C.JE. received 
as (. same day, restored 14 ISTov. 1803. Goodridge 
Exhibitioner 1799. B.A. 10 Oct. 1800. 

" Died 10 April, 1862 at Powerstock (Poorstock) Dorset, Rev. 
G. S. P., aged 85." (G. Mag.) 

Thomas Fox. JE. 27 April, 1797 (fil. Thomse E. de 
Mapperton, Dorcestr: cler. set. 17). C.JE. received as 
<. same day, restored 6 July, 1803. Admitted >. 



1797.] WARDEN WILLS. 211 

4 Oct. 1797. Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1798 to 1804. 
Gerard Exhibitioner 1801. B.A. 27 Feb. 1801. M.A. 

5 July, 1805. Elected ^.JF. 30 June, 1803. Admitted 
JF. 9 July, 1804: his Jf. was vacant by marriage 
30 June, 1806. 

Rector of Temple Combe, Somerset, 1819 to 1859. Rector of 
South Newton and Chaplain to the Earl of Pembroke, " died 
26 Aug. 1859 at the Rectory, Temple Combe, Somerset, aged 
79, Rev. T. F. after an incumbency of forty years." (G. Mag.) 
He was buried at Temple Combe with the following inscrip- 
tion, 

" Sacred to the memory of the Rev. T. F., 40 years Rector of 
this parish, obiit August 26, 1859, setat. 79." 
Father of Thomas F. 1836. 

Edward Meade. JE. 3 June, 1797 (fil. Joannis M. de 
Civ. Dublin in Eegn. Hibern : Comitis, ret. 16). (.JE. 
received as JfM. 13 June, 1797, restored 1799. 

Sixth son of John, first Earl of Clanwilliam. Killed 8 March, 
1801, when the British Troops under Sir Ralph Abercromby 
forced a landing in Aboukir Bay. He was Ensign of the Flank 
Company of the 40th Regiment which, with the 23rd, stormed 
a hill which commanded the place of 'disembarkation, and 
" seemed almost inaccessible." 
Brother of Peirce M. see below (1797). 

Frederick Hamilton Carrington. JE. 26 June, 1797 
(til. Jacobi C. de Civ. Exon. : Devon, cler. set. 17). C.JE. 
received as <. same day, taken up for Battels Christmas 
1799 : replaced 14 July, 1802, taken up again Christmas 
1804. Admitted 5. 4 Oct. 1797 of St Keryene, i.e., 
St Kerrian, Exeter, aged 17. Somerscales Exhibitioner 
1797. Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1798 to 1801. Good- 
ridge Exhibitioner 1799. He resigned his o. 30 June, 
1801. B.A. 17 July, 1802. 

George Willim. JE. 7 July, 1797 (fil. Georgii W. de par: 
Sti Xicoki in Civ. Hereford: gen. set. 19). .|E. 
received as (!L 6 July, 1797, taken up for Battels 
Christmas 1804. B.A. 21 May, 1801. 



212 WARDEN WILLS. [1797- 

Samuel Rogers (T). JE. 13 July, 1797 (fil. Samuelis R 
de Civ. Londin : gen. set. 17). (H.JE. received as (. 
same day, apparently increased to ,-fF.(!L 9 Nov. 1802, 
taken up for Battels Christmas 1804. B.A. 10 Feb. 
1804. M.A. 6 July, 1804. 

Hector of Orton Longueville, Hunts : died, aged 75. (G. May.) 

Where on a brass beneath his arms (a chevron between 3 

stags), with the motto " ad ardua per aspera " is the following 

inscription, 

Samuel Rogers, M.A. Rector of this Church, and a Rural 

Dean, died May xviii. A.D. MDCCCLII, aged LXI (sic but 

? LXXI.) years. To whose beloved memory his affectionate 

wife inscribes this Tablet. 

Eliza Ann Rogers followed her beloved husband April xxix 

MDCCCLV, aged LXVIII years." 

John Bright (J). P. 13 Dec. 1797 (fil. Pauli B. de 
Inkersel, Derb : gen. set. 16). C.JE, received as (ft. 
same day, taken up for Battels Midsummer 1802, 
replaced 14 April, 1811, taken up Midsummer 1821. 
Admitted . 15 Oct. 1798 of Derby, aged 16. Hody 
(Greek) Exhibitioner 1799 to 1804. Goodridge Exhibi- 
tioner 1801. Warner Exhibitioner 1802 to 1805. B.A. 
15 June, 1801. M.A. 28 June, 1804. B.M. 19 March, 
1806. D.M. 30 June, 1808. Elected ^.,-jF. 30 June, 
1803. Admitted JF. 9 July, 1804. Elected Catechist 
1807 (Stevens, deputy) ; Librarian 1808 (Rogers, deputy). 
Vacated JF. by marriage 30 June, 1810, when his name 
was removed, but subsequently replaced. 

Physician to the General Hospital, Birmingham ; F.R.C.S. 
30 Sept. 1809. Censor 1813, 1822, 1833, 1840. Delivered the 
Harveian Oration 1830. Consiliarius 1839. Physician to the 
Westminster Hospital 1822 to 1843. Metropolitan Com- 
missioner in Lunacy 1836. Died 1 Feb. 1870, aged 87. 



Honble. Peirce IVIeade. <.JE. received as Nobleman 
7 July, 1797, taken up for Battels Christmas 1802. 
|E. (Si John's) 27 Jan. 1797 (fil. Johannis M. Comitis 



1797-98.] WARDEN WILLS. 213 

de Clanwilliam, ret. 20). B.A. 10 Oct. 1799. M.A. 
17 July, 1802. 

He was 5tli son of John, first Earl of Clanwilliam, and brother 
of Edward M. 1797. Archdeacon of Dromore 31 May, 1810, 
resigned from ill health 1832, died 22 Nov. 1834. 



1798. 

William Skinner (T). P. 3 March, 1798 (fil. Joannis 
S. de Aberdeen, cler. set. 19). C.JE. received as (ft. 
same day, restored 16 Nov. 1805, " re-admitted 19 May, 
1819, name removed 25 Aug. 1820." Hody (Hebrew) 
Exhibitioner 1798 to 1801. B.A. 4 Nov. 1801. M.A. 
21 June, 1819. B.D. and D.D. 8 July, 1819. 

Became Bishop of Aberdeen (on the death of his father) 1816, 
and Primus 1841, died 15 April, 1857. He is buried with his 
parents in the Spital (St Peter's) Burial Ground, Old Aberdeen, 
with the following inscription, 

" With those of his parents mingled also the ashes of the Eight 
Reverend William Skinner, D.D., Primus of the Scottish 
Episcopal Church, and for 41 years Bishop of the Diocese of 
Aberdeen, who, born the 24th October, 1778, died the 15th 
April, 1857." 

John Reeves. |tt. 23 March, 1798 (fil. Joannis E. de 
Arbortield, Bercher: arm. set. 18). (JT.JE. received as 
(E. same day, taken up for Battels Midsummer 1800. 
Goodridge Exhibitioner 1798. 

Thomas Bringloe Edwards. |E. 20 April, 1798 (fil. 
Theophili E. de Civ. Norvicii : gen. t. 18). (H.JE. 
received as (JT. same day, restored 8 Nov. 1798. 

Francis Newnham. JE. 18 June, 1798 (fil. Thomas N. de 
Hatton Garden, Middlesex : gen. a. j t. 18). (.JE. received 
as C. same day, restored 29 Jan. 1799 : migrated to 
Worcester as Jf.<. 1 Feb. 1799. B.C.L. 30 May, 1805. 

Robert James Spencer (T)- !*t 20 Nov. 1798 (fil. 
Benjamin! S. de Aston, Warwic: Doctoris, a't. 17). 



214 WARDEN WILLS. [1798-99. 

(JT.JE. received as (ft. same clay, restored 7 July, 1804. 
Admitted &. 26 Oct. 1799. Maddox Exhibitioner 1799. 
Goodridge Exhibitioner 1801, 1802. Gerard Exhibi- 
tioner 1802. B.A. 16 June, 1802. M.A. 30 June, 1808. 
Elected ty.Jf. 30 June, 1803. Admitted $. 9 July, 1804. 
Elected deputy Sub-Dean 1803 ; Moderator of Philo- 
sophy 1804, 1805. 

"Perpetual Curate of Smethwick, Staffordshire," (F.) died 
11 Aug. 1814. 

George Price (J). J&. 12 Dec. 1798 (fil. Rodolphi P. de 
Lyminge, Cant: cler. set. 18). C.JE. received as <. 
12 Dec. 1799 (? 1798), restored 8 July, 1803. Admitted 
. 26 Oct. 1799. Somerscales Exhibitioner 1801. B.A. 
14 June, 1802. M.A. 16 July, 1808. Elected ty.JF. 
30 June, 1803. Admitted Jf. 9 July, 1804. Elected 
Sub-Dean 1804, 1805, 1806, 1818; Librarian 1809 to 
1817 (with Rogers, Gardiner, and Symons as deputies) 
1821 to 1826 (Symons, deputy). Humanity Lecturer 
1819, 1820 (Stevens, deputy). " Presented to the College 
Rectory of Fryerning, Essex : when his name was 
replaced on the list of Commoners " 1826. 

Died at Fryerning 9 May, 1861, aged 80. 



1799. 

George Carter. Jtt. 22 May, 1799 (fil. Henrici C. de 
Whittenham Minore, Bercher: cler. set. 18). C.JH. 
received as (&. same day, taken up for Battels Mid- 
summer 1807. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1799. B.A. 
10 Nov. 1803. 

James Harington Evans (T)- P- 20 June, 1799 (fil. 
Jacobi E. de Sti Thomae in Civ. Sarisbur: cler. a j t. 14). 
CT.p. received as <. 18 June, 1799, taken up for Battels 
Midsummer 1813. Admitted >. 26 Oct. 1799, aged 14. 
Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1800 to 1806. B.A. 26 May, 
1803. M.A. 16 July, 1808. Elected $).Jf. 30 June, 



1799-1800.] WARDEN WILLS. 215 

1805. Admitted Jf. 3 July, 1806. Elected Catechist 
1805 (Stevens, deputy) 1807 (Swayne, deputy). Eesigned 
his Jf. 23 April, 1810 on marriage. 

Son of James E. 1777. 

Thomas Symons (J)- P. 10 Oct. 1799 (fil. Georgii S. 
de Axbridge, Somerset : gen. set. 17). (.JE. received as 
(ft. same day, taken up for Battels Midsummer 1814. 
B.C.L. 15 Jan. 1810. " Died." 

John Bastard. JE. 1 Nov. 1799 (fil. Joannis B. de 
Blandford, Dorcestr : arm. set. 18). (JT.JE. received as 
(ft. 31 Oct. 1799, taken up for Battels Midsummer 1808. 
B.A. 10 Oct. 1803. 

Baptised at Blandford 23 June, 1781. Eector of Strathfield, 
save, Hants, 1816. Eector of Fifehead Neville, Dorset (by 
exchange). " Died 15 June, 1867." (Hutchins.) 

But "died Jan. 15, 1862, in St James Place, aged 81, Rev. 
J. B. of Fifehead Neville." (G. Mag.) 

Edward Cook Forward. JE. 16 Dec. 1799 (fil. Samuelis 
F. de Axminster, Devon : arm. yet. 18). <.JE. received 
as (ft. same day, taken up for Battels Christmas 1807. 
B.A. 10 Feb. 1804. M.A. 10 Dec. 1807. 

Rector of Comb Pyne, Devon, 1807. Rector of Sunnington, 
Somerset, 1810. Died at Axminster, aged 55, 11 Nov. 1836. 
Brother of Charles F. 1812. 



18 OO. 

Simon Webber (J)- P. 14 Jan. 1800 (fil. Simonis W. de 
Sti Thomse, Cornub : cler. set. 17). C.JE. received as (ft. 
same day, taken up for Battels Midsummer 1811. 
Goodridge Exhibitioner 1800. B.A. 9 May, 1805. 
M.A. 24 Nov. 1825. He replaced his name in 1825 and 
removed it 12 Oct. 1826. 

Rector of Fonthill Bishop, 1819. Vicar of Tisbury, Wilts. 
1825, which he held in plurality. Died at Fonthill, aged 74, 
24 Jan. 1858. 



216 WARDEN WILLS. [1800. 

William Brown. J1t. 3 March, 1800 (fil. Edvardi B. de 
Uppingham, Eutland : arm. set. 19). (.JE. received as 
(ft. same day, restored to Mr Edward B. his brother 
Christinas 1805. B.A. 3 Nov. 1802. 

Thomas Lewis. fE. 29 March, 1800 (fil. Joannis L. de 
Caermarthen: gen. iet. 18). C.JE. received as Servitor 
same day, taken up for Battels Midsummer 1806. 
Admitted Clerk 31 March, 1800 of St Peter, Carmarthen, 
aged 21. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1800 to 1802. Pigott 
Exhibitioner 1800 and 1802. B.A. 21 Feb. 1804. 
Resigned Clerkship 29 June, 1803. 

William Howels. JE. 3 April, 1800 (fil. Samuelis H. de 
Penline, i.e. Penlfyne Glamorgan: gen. ret. 19). (.JE. 
received as Servitor same day, taken up for Battels Mid- 
summer 1804. Admitted Clerk 5 April, 1800 of Penling. 
Goodridge Exhibitioner 1800, 1801. Pigott Exhibitioner 
1800. His clerkship was vacant 30 June, 1802. 

"Died 18 Nov. 1832, aged 54, Rev. William Howels minister 
of the Episcopal Chapel in Long Acre." (G. Mag. 102, II. 653.) 

William Thring (J). Pt. 1 May, 1800 (fil. Brouncker T. de 
Sutton, Wilton: IJoctoris, ret. 17). C.JE. received as (ft. 
same day, taken up for Battels Christmas 1807 : " re- 
admitted 17 June, 1825." C.JE. account closed 24 Feb. 
1836. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1800, 1801. B.A. (W. 
Davison Thring) 31 Oct. 1804. M.A. 27 Oct. 1825. 
B.I), and D.D. 21 Oct. 1830. 

Incumbent of Fenny Sutton, Wilts, 1813. (Hoare.) "Died 
2 Sept. 1854 at Sutton Veney, Wilts, in his 72nd year, Rev. 
W. Davison Tilling, Rector of Sutton Veney with Fisherton 
Delaniere." (G. Mag.) 

He is buried at Sutton with the following inscription, 
In Memory of Revd. William Davidson Thring, D.D., who 
.succeeded his father Revd. Brouncker Thring, D.D. as Rector 
of this Parish Sept. 25, 1812. Born Dec. 20th 1782. Died 
Oct. 2, 1854, aged 71 Years. 



1800.] WARDEN WILLS. 217 

Thomas Bradley Faget. Jtt. 2 May, 1800 (fil. Thomse 
Bradley P. de Tamworth, Warwic : gen. set. 18). (JT.JE. 
received as <. same day, restored 1806. Admitted . 
30 Oct. 1800. Hocly (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1801 to 

1807. B.A. 10 Feb. 1804 M.A. 24 May, 1809. Elected 
W.JF. 30 June, 1806. Admitted Jf. 1 July, 1807. 
Vacated Jf. by marriage 7 Sept. 1809. 

" Died 1846, March 20, at Cheltenham, aged 64, Eev. T. B. P., 
Vicar of Evington, Leic. (Feb. 1842). He was formerly incum- 
bent of Long Acre Episcopal Chapel." (G. Mag. 116, I. 662.) 

Thomas Dyer (J). |E. 13 May, 1800 (fil. Gulielmi Caroli 
D. de Abbess Eoding, Essex : cler. set. 17). C.JE. 
received as <J. same day: account closed Christmas 1821. 
Admitted . 30 Oct. 1800 of Abbots Eoding. Hody 
(Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1801 to 1807. Goodridge Exhibi- 
tioner 1804, 1805. B.A. 10 Feb. 1804. M.A. 20 May, 
1809. Elected ^.J^. 30 June, 1806. Admitted ,-fF. 
1 July, 1807. Vacated JF. by marriage 8 June, 1815 : 
name replaced on the list of Commoners. 

" Died 23 Oct. 1852 at Abbess Roding, Essex (1828) Rev. T. D., 
aged 70." (G. Mag. 123, I. 214.) 

Where lie is buried with the following inscription, 
Sacred to the Memory of the Rev. Thomas Dyer, 24 years the 
beloved and respected Rector of this Parish only son of the 
Rcvd. W. C. Dyer and grandson of the Revd. H. Haddon both 
Rectors. He died 23 Oct. 1852, aged 70. 
He was a man who never gave and never took offence. 

Edward Repton. |E. 29 May, 1800 (fil. Htiinphrecli K. de 
Sustead, Xorfolc: arm. set. 17). (.pt. received as <. 28 
May, 1800, taken up for Battels Christmas 1800. 
JJemy of Magdalen 1801, resigned on marriage 17 Nov. 

1808. B.A. 17 Feb. 1804. M.A. 17 Dec, 1806. 

Educated at Winchester (1798). Preacher of the Boyle 
Lectures 1808 to 1810. Preacher at the Magdalen Hospital. 
Prebendary of Westminster 3 Xov. 1838. Vicar of Shore- 
ham, Kent, 30 March, 1843. Chaplain to the House of 
Commons. 
Author of The Work* rf Creation, 1808. (Bloxam VII. 143.) 



218 WARDEN WILLS. [1800. 

Edward Edgell. JE. 17 June, 1800 (fil. Chaffin E. de 
Frome, Somerset: gen. ret. 18). (H.JE. received as (&. 
18 June, 1800, taken up for Battels Christmas 1807. 
Admitted g>. 30 Oct. 1800, aged 19. Hody (Greek) 
Exhibitioner 1801 to 1804. B.A. 11 April, 1804. 
Eesigned . 30 June, 1804. 

Rector of Hodden, Somerset. Prebendary of Wells 21 Oct. 

1806. 

On a brass in Hodden Church is the following inscription, 

"In Memory of the Revd. Edward Edgell of East-Hill, 

Rodden, 25 years Incumbent of this Parish, and formerly 

Vicar of West Alvington, Devon. Died April 2nd, 1860. 

Aged 78 years." 

" Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord, even so saith the 

Spirit, for they rest from their labours." 

Henry Alford (J)- J*t 23 June, 1800 (fil. Samuelis A. de 
Curry liival, Somerset: cler. set. 17). C.JE. received 
as (ft. same day : account closed Midsummer 1813. 
Admitted . 30 Oct. 1800. Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 
1801 to 1804. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1803. Somer- 
scales Exhibitioner 1804. B.A. 8 April, 1804. M.A. 
1 June, 1811. Elected }|).jf. 30 June, 1805. Admitted 
JF. 3 July, 1806. Wills Law Exhibitioner 1806. 
Elected Sub-Dean 1807, 1808 (Gardiner, deputy). 
,-fF. vacant by marriage 30 June, 1810. Name removed 
Eeb. 1814. 

Charles Severne Watkins. JE. 15 July, 1800 (fil. 
Itichardi W. de liock, Yigorn : cler. set. 17). (.f&. 
received as ,-fF.(t. same day, taken up for Battels Mid- 
summer 1802: replaced 18 March, 1807, restored 
22 June, 1810. He was rusticated 17 May, 1802. 
Created M.A. 27 June, 1808. 

Educated at Eton. Cornet in 3rd Dragoon Guards 3 Feb. 1803. 
Captain 15 Sept. 1808, retired 17 Oct. 1811. 

Edward Garrard Marsh. JE. 19 July, 1800 (fil. Joannis 
M. de Sti Thomse in Civ. Sarisbur: Wilton: arm. ,'.et. 17). 
(JI.JE. received as <ff. same day, restored Midsummer 1805. 



1300-1.] WARDEN WILLS. 219 

Admitted . 30 Oct. 1801. Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 
1802 to 1805. B.A. 11 April, 1804. M.A. (Oriel) 
14 Jan. 1807. Elected Jf. of Oriel, 19 April, 1805. 
English Essay Prize (Posthumous Fame) 1806. Select 
Preacher 1811. Bampton Lecturer 1848. Married 
7 July, 1813 and vacated his Jf. in following year. 

Prebendary of Southwell 18 Oct. 1821. Vicar of Aylesford, 
Kent 1840, died 20 Sept. 1862. 

Edward Carless. JE. 28 Oct. 1800 (fil. Gulielmi C. de 
Birmingham, Warwic : arm. set. 20). (.JE. received as 
(. same clay, taken up for Battels Midsummer 1808. 
B.A. 30 May, 1804. M.A. 12 May, 1808. 

John Paget Hastings. JE. 10 Dec. 1800 (fil. Jacobi H. 
de Sutton Coldfield, Warwic: cler. set. 16). OT.JE. 
received as (ft. same day, taken up for Battels Christmas 
1810. Eusticated, 7 May, 1802, but was allowed a Grace 
for B.A. 14 May, 1807. B.A. 12 June, 1807. 

Eldest son of James H. 1776. 

"Died 22 Aug. 1822 at Calcutta Rev. J. P. H., one of the 
Chaplains to the Hon. the East India Company's Service, on the 
Bengal Establishment." (G. Mag. 93, I. 571.) 



1801. 

Charles Edwards. JE. 3 Feb. 1801 (fil. Caroli E. de Chard, 
Somerset: arm. set. 16). C.JE. received as <. same day, 
taken up for Battels Michaelmas 1805. 

William Francis Norton ("]"). JE. 5 March, 1801 (fil. 
Joannis N. de Somerton, Somerset: gen. set. 19). 
(.JE. received as (ft. same day, increased to Jp.(ft. 
14 May, 1802, name removed 17 March, 1803; (JT.JE. 
restored 12 April, 1803, re-admitted 16 Dec. 1807 ; C.JE. 
replaced 15 Dec. 1807, taken up for Battels Midsummer 
1813 : name removed 22 Dec. 1813. 

David Williams (J). JE. 15 April, 1801 (fil. Joannis W. 
de Ystradmeiric, Cardigan: cler. a-t. 16). (ST.JE. received 



220 WARDEN WILLS. .[1801. 

as 01. 16 April, 1801, restored 6 April, 1811. Admitted 
&. 30 Oct. 1801. Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1802 to 
1806. B.A. 7 Feb. 1805. M.A. 21 June, 1810. Elected 
^.JF. 30 June, 1810. Admitted JF. 2 July, 1811. 
Elected Catechist 1811 (Swayne, deputy). Vacated Jf. 
on marriage 5 Oct. 1813. Name replaced on the list of (ft. 
at which time he probably replaced his (JLJE. which was 
taken up for Battels Christmas 1821. Died 6 July, 1823. 

" Headmaster at Ystradmeiric School." (F.) 

" An eminent divine and critic who distinguished himself as 

an impartial magistrate, an elegant scholar, and a polished 

gentleman." 

Richard Henry Baker. JE. 9 May, 1801 (fil. Jacob! B. 
de North Chaple, Sussex : arm. set. 17). (.J&. received 
as (ft. same day, taken up for Battels Midsummer 1807. 
B.C.L. 17 Nov. 1808. 

Charles Strong. JE. 14 May, 1801 (fil. Henrici S. de 
Tiverton, Damnon : gen. set. 17). (H.JH. received as (ft. 
13 May, 1801. Admitted J&. 30 June, 1801. Maddox 
Exhibitioner 1802. Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1805 
to 1810. B.A. 22 Eeb. 1805. M.A. 24 May, 1810. 
Elected ^.Jf. 30 June, 1810. Admitted jf. 2 July, 
1811. Vacated JF. by marriage (but Convention Book 
says by preferment) 22 May, 1812. Name replaced on 
list of Or. (S.IE. replaced 1 July, 1812, taken up in 
part for Battels Christmas 1821. 

Rector of Broughton Gifford, Wilts, 1811 to 1848. 

" Died 27 Jan. 1864 at Dawlish, after a short illness, Rev. 

C. S. late Rector of Broughton Gifford, Wilts." 

(G. Mag. 134, I. 398.) 

James Hartley Dunsford. JE. 15 May, 1801 (fil. Jacobi 
1). de Asburton, Damnon : arm. set. 15). (H.JE. received 
as <. 14 May, 1801. Admitted . 30 Oct. 1801, of 
Ashburton. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1802, 1803. Sorner- 
scales Exhibitioner 1 803. Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 
1804 to 1810. B.A. 18 Jan. 1805. M.A. 24 June, 1810. 
Elected $).JF. 30 June, 1810. Admitted jF. 2 July, 



1801.] WARDEN WILLS. 221 

1811. Vacated JF. by marriage 22 Feb. 1813, name re- 
placed on the list of 4T. (H.JE. replaced 7 July, 1813, 
taken up for Battels Christmas 1821. 

"Died 25 July, 1852, Rev. J. H. D. of Peterborough, Upper 
Canada, late Rector of Frarnpton (1813), and Vicar of Fretherne, 
Glouc." (G. Mag. 122, II. 320.) 

Benedict Fering (T). P. 15 May, 1801 (fil. Benedict! 
P. de Stte Maria; in Civ. Exon : cler. set. 17). C.JE. 
received as (JO*, same day, restored 30 June, 1810. Ad- 
mitted >. 30 Oct. 1801. Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 
1802 to 1807. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1804 B.A. 
28 Jan. 1805. M.A. 28 June, 1810. Elected }3.JF. 
30 June, 1810. Admitted jf. 2 July, 1811. Vacated 
Jf. by marriage 23 Oct. 1817. 

" Died 4 Nov. 1851 at Dawlish, Rev. B. P. Rector of Fersfield, 
Norf. (1843)." (G. May. 121, II. 665.) 

George Cockerton. 01. 21 May, 1801 (fil. Gulielmi C. de 
Sutton, Essex: arm. aet. 19). (JT.JK. received as JfM. 
19 May, 1801, taken up for Battels Midsummer 1803. 

Richard Meade. JE. 6 June., 1801 (fil. Edvardi M. de 
Cripplegate Londin : arm. set. 18). (ST.Jft. received as (JT. 
same day, balance restored sometime after Midsummer 
1810. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1802, 1803. B.A. 5 July, 
1805. 

He entered St Paul's School 16 Aug. 1788, aged 7, and obtained 
an Exhibition in 1802. Rector of Horsenden 27 March, 1811. 
Perpetual Curate of Prince's Risborough, Buck., died 2 Aug. 
1844, aged 61. 

Samuel Gamlen. |tt. 3 July, 1801 (fil. Gulielmi G. de 
Carston, Somerset: gen. ast. 18). C.jft. received as (IT. 
same day, restored 1801. B.A. (Balliol) 30 May, 1805. 
M.A. 5 June, 1811. 

Vicar of Bossall, Yorks, 1826. " Rector of Kirby Mallory 
1854, died 2 June, 1855." (F.) 

Jonathan Stackhouse Rashleigh (T)- |tt. 3 July, 1801 
(til. Jonathan It. de Wickham, Hampton : cler. let. 18). 



222 WARDEN WILLS. [1801. 

C.Jtt. received as (ft. same day, name removed 23 Dec. 
1809. B.A. 30 Nov. 1805. He-admitted 9 Nov. 1811. 
M.A. 21 Nov. 1811. Name removed 13 Feb. 1813. 

"Died 15 May, 1863 at Wickham Rectory, Hants, aged 80, 
Rev. J. S. R. for upwards of 56 years Rector of the parish." 

(G. Mag. 133, I. 802.) 

He is buried at Wickham in the churchyard, where there is a 
large erect stone cross enclosed by a narrow stone border in- 
scribed "Absent from the body, present with the Lord." On 
a flat tablet is the following inscription, " In Memory of 
Jonathan Stackhouse Rashleigh, for 56 years Rector of this 
parish. Born October, 1782. Died May 15, 1868." 
He was descended from the Rashleighs of Menabilly, Cornwall. 

John Taylor. JE. 3 July, 1801 (fil. Thomas T. de Car- 
marthen : arm. set. 19). (H.jH. received as (#. same day, 
taken up for Battels Midsummer 1806. B.A. 24 April, 
1805. 

Probably Rev. J. T. who died at Reading 28 June, 1852, aged 
71. Rector of Willand, Devon (1817), and Perpetual Curate 
of Llanarthwy, Carmarth. (1816). (G. Mag. 122, II. 210.) 

Patteson Holgate. JE. 6 July, 1801 (fil. Edvardi H. de 
liisby, Line : gen. aet. 18). (JLJU. (Pattison) received as 
(ft. same day, restored 19 Jan. 1802. 

John Wills. JE. 30 Oct. 1801 (fil. Samuelis W. de Crew- 
kerne, Somerset : arm. aet. 17). (ST.JE. received as (ft. 
same day, taken up for Battels Midsummer 1810. Ad- 
mitted jj>. 25 Oct. 1803 of Ibberton, Dorset, aged 19. 
Somerscales Exhibitioner 1803. Gerard Exhibitioner 
1803. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1804 Hody (Greek) Ex- 
hibitioner 1805 to 1806. Warner Exhibitioner 1805. 
B.A. 12 June, 1805. M.A. 30 May, 1810. Pie resigned 
his 5% on account of untenable preferment 30 June, 
1807. 

Rector of South Perrot, Dorset, 1809, resigned 1848. 
" Died 26 Feb. 1854 at Bromsgrove, Rev. J. W. Rector of South 
Perrot, Dorset," (G. Mag. 124, I. 552.) 

Brother of William W. 18] 2, and father of George W. B. W. 1833. 



18H-2.] WARDEN WILLS. 223 

John Davis. JE. 2 Nov. 1801 (fil. Gulielmi D. de Fisherton 
Delamere, Wilton : arm. set. 17). C.JE. received as 
Jf.tit. same day, taken up for Battels Midsummer 1805. 
Created M.A. 26 March, 1805. 

John Brettell. JE. 8 Dec. 1801 (fil. Josephi B. de Broms- 
grove, Vigorn: gen. set. 18). (H.JE. received as <K. same 
day, restored Midsummer 1808. B.A. 12 May, 1808. 



William Dowell (T). C.|E. received as OL 27 April, 1801, 
increased to ,-fF.(JI. 5 Feb. 1803, taken up for Battels 
Christmas 1808. JE. (Merton) 18 April, 1801 (fil. 
Gulielmi D. de Sti Petri, Bristol : arm. set. 18). B.A. 
1 June, 1806. M.A. 29 Jan. 1809. Name removed 
24 Dec. 1812. lie-admitted 11 Nov. 1814 when he de- 
posited 50 <.JE. of which 35 was restored. Name 
removed Oct. 1815. 

"Vicar of Locking, Somerset, 1812. Rector of Holme Lacy, 
Hereford, 1823, died 1 March, 1826." (G. Mag. 96, I. 379.) 
In Holme Lacy Church there is a stone monument as 
follows, 

" Sacred to the Memory of 
The Revel. William Dowell 

Vicar of this Parish 
Who died 1st March, 1826 
in the 44th year of his age. 
To power, wealth, or glory's name 
Let this world's children bow the knee, 
This Tablet speaks of one, whose aim 
Was Faith, Hope, Charity, these three." 



18 O2. 

Thomas Price. JE. 22 Jan. 1802 (fil. Joannis P. de 
Kewstocke, Somerset : cler. jet. 18). (Jl.JE. received as 
<. same day, restored Midsummer 1804. Goodridge 
Exhibitioner 1802. 



224 WARDEN WILLS. [1802. 

Benjamin Parsons Symons. Jtt. 2 Feb. 1802 (fil. 
Joannis S. de Cheekier, Somerset : arm. set. 17). (.J&. 
received as (JL same day, restored 3 Dec. 1812. Ad- 
mitted 5. 25 Oct. 1803 of Cheddar, aged 18. Hody 
(Greek) Exhibitioner 1804 to 1805. Hody (Hebrew) 
Exhibitioner 1805 to 1811. Wills Beading Prize 1808, 
1809. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1809, 1810. B.A. 14 Nov. 
1805. M.A. 7 July, 1810. B.D. 22 April, 1819. D.D. 
23 Jan. 1831. On 17 May, 1805, he was awarded as a 
present, the Oxford Edition of Cicero's Works, because 
" se egregie commeiidavit Examinatoribus." Elected 
?J.dF. 30 June, 1811. Admitted $. 2 July, 1812. 
Teacher of Hebrew 1811. Elected Humanity Lecturer 
1812, 1813; deputy Sub-Dean 1812, 1813, 1818 to 
1823; deputy Catechist 1812, 1821, 1823; Bursar 1814 
to 1823, during the last five of which years he was also 
deputy for the other Bursar and from 1824 to 1830, he 
was deputy for one or both Bursars ; deputy Moderator 
of Philosophy 1818, 1819, 1820 and 1824 to 1827; 
deputy Librarian 1814 to 1830 ; deputy Dean 1821. 
Divinity Lecturer 1821 to 1830. Elected Sub-Warden 
23 April, 1823, and held the office till elected flatarfcm. 
16 June, 1831. Select Preacher 1812, 1821, 1831. 
Proctor 1818. Public Examiner 1819, 1820, 1821, 1824. 
Vice Chancellor 1844 to 1848. Delegate of Accounts. 
Curator of the Theatre. He resigned the 21&1. 18 Oct. 
1871, but continued to live in Oxford, where he died 
12 April, 1878. 

On the East Wall of the Antechapel is tliis inscription, 

M. S. 
Benjamin! Parsons Symons, S.T.P. 

Qui f uerat liujus Collegii 
Per lustra quindecim alumnus 

Per Octo Gardianus 

Vir constans, prudens, pi us 

Amplissimis Academiie muneribus perfunctua : 

Natus duo de tricesimo die Januarii MDCCLXXXV 

Vixdum fracto vigore obdormivit in Christo 

Duodecimo die Aprilis MDCCCLXXVIII. 

He bequeathed to the College 1000 to found an exhibition for 

a C. tenable for 2 years. His portrait is in the College Hall. 



1802.] WARDEN WILLS. 225 

John Mervin Prower. JE. 5 Feb. 1802 (fil. Joannis P. 
de Purton, Wilton : cler. set. 17). (.Jtt. received as <. 
2 Feb. 1802, taken up for Battels Christmas 1810. Ad- 
mitted S>. 25 Oct. 1803. Madclox Exhibitioner 1805. 
Goodridge Exhibitioner 1806. B.A. 4 June, 1806. M.A. 

2 July, 1835. Eesigned *. on marriage 20 Sept. 1809. 

Succeeded his father (1766) as Vicar of Purton, Wilts, in 1827 ; 
Hon. Canon of Bristol : died 2 April, 1869 : for a Window to 
his memory see under his father (page 120). His arms are in the 
Windows of the Antechapel Sable, two lions passant parted 
per pale or and argent. 
Son of John P. 1766, and father of John E. M. P. 1829. 

Francis Edward Witts (J). J&. H Feb. 1802 (fil. 
Edvardi W. de Cheltenham, Gloucester arm. set. 18). 
(JT.|E. received as <. same day, taken up for Battels 
Christmas 1821. B.A. 10 Oct. 1805. M.A. 19 June, 
1809. 

"Died 18 Aug. 1854 at Upper Haughton, Glouc., aged 71, 
Eev. F. E. W. Rector of that parish (1808), and Vicar of 
Stanway (1814) J.P. and D.L." (G. Mag.) 

John Ward. JE. 4 May, 1802 (fil. Joannis W. de Civ. 
Bristol, Gloucestr : arm. set. 19). (JLJE. received as (. 

3 May, 1802, taken up for Battels, Lady Day 1810. 
B.A. 14 Jan. 1806. M.A. 10 May, 1809. 

" Died 22 Sept. 1842 at Kingsdown, near Bristol, Kev. J. W. 
Rector of Compton Greenfield, Glouc. (1810)." 

(G. Mag. 112, II. 670.) 

James Gibson. |E. 29 May, 1802 (fil. Jacobi G. de Stoe 
Mariiu le bone, Middlesex: gen. set. 16). (JT.JK. received 
as (ft. same day, restored 7 July, 1813, replaced 2 July, 
1819, taken up for Battels Christmas 1821. Admitted 
S>. 25 Oct. 1803 of Maribone, Middlesex, aged 18. Hody 
(Greek) Exhibitioner 1804 to 1806. Hody (Hebrew) 
Exhibitioner 1806 to 1809. Wills Heading Prize 1806, 
1807. B.A. 29 Jan. 1806. M.A. 20 June, 1811. Elected 
$MF. 30 June, 1812. Admitted ,-ff. 1 July, 1813. 
Elected Dean 27 Oct. 1813 and 6 Dec. 1813: Sub-Dean 



226 WARDEN WILLS. [1802. 



1814 to 1817 (Gardiner, deputy both as Dean and Sub- 
Dean). Vacated JF. by marriage 4 June, 1819, name 
replaced on list of Commoners. 

" Died 4 Oct. 1850 at Wortlington Rectory, Suffolk, aged 65, 
Rev. J. G. Rector : presented 1818. He was formerly Chap- 
lain of the Lock Hospital." (G. Mag. 120, II. 670.) 
Author of Tim Sermons on the Church 1835. 
Father of Henry A. G. 1851. 

John Mavor. JE. 3 June, 1802 (fil. Gulielmi M. de Wood- 
stock, Oxon : Doctoris, at. 16). (H.JE. received as (JT. 
same day, restored Christmas 1804. Goodridge Exhibi- 
tioner 1803, 1804. Elected Crewe Exhibitioner of 
Lincoln Coll. 27 Oct. 1804. B.A. 21 Jan. 1806. M.A. 
17 Nov. 1808. B.D. July, 1816. Nominated as JF. of 
Lincoln, by the Bishop 29 April, 1806, admitted 10 May, 
1806, resigned Jf. 1825. 

Perpetual Curate of Forest Hill, Oxon. 2 Nov. 1823. Rector 
of Hadleigh, Essex, 1825. He died in Oxford, 19 June, 1853, 
on the debtors' side of the Oxford County Gaol, where he had 
been confined upwards of nine years, during the sequestration 
of his living. (G. Mag. 123, II. 208.) 

Thomas Yarranton. JE. 3 June, 1802 (fil. Thomas Y. de 
Milson, Vigorn : gen. set. 19). (JLJE. received as <. 
restored 5 June, 1805. 

Milson is in Shropshire. 

Edward Crockley. JE. 30 June, 1802 (fil. Matthtei C. in 
Com. Cantab : pleb. get. 17). (&.JE. received as Servitor 
2 July, 1802, restored 4 May, 1804. Admitted Clerk 
30 June, 1802, of Linton Camb. aged 17. Pigott and 
Goodridge Exhibitioner 1802. His Clerkship was vacant 
by resignation 14 March, 1803. 

Blackley Cooper. |E. 3 July, 1802 (fil. Edvardi C. de 
Yetminster, Dorcestr: cler. tvt. 19). <.JE. received as 
(tf. same day, restored 18 Nov. 1809. B.A. 16 April, 
1806. M.A. 22 March, 1809. 

Succeeded his father as Vicar of Yetminster, Dorset, 4 Feb. 
1807. Rector of Lucomb, Dorset, 1809, where he has a inonu- 



1802.] WARDEN WILLS. 227 



mental tablet, " Rev. Blakley Cooper, M.A. Rector of Lew- 
combe, and Vicar of Yetminster, deceased Jan. 27, 1849, aged 
66 years." (Hutchins II. 653.) 

Son of Edward C. 1774. 



John Godfrey Thomas. C.Jtt. received as (. 2 Nov. 
1802, taken up for Battels Christinas 1814. p. (St 
Mary Hall) 8 Nov. 1800 (fil. Johannis T. de Southampton, 
Hampton : Baronetti, let. 16). B.A. 3 Nov. 1803. M.A. 
22 May, 1806. 

Vicar of Bodiam, Sussex, 1809. Vicar of Wartling, Sussex, 

1811. He succeeded his father as sixth Baronet, of Wenvoe 

Castle, Glamorgan in 1828. 

At Bodiam are the following inscriptions on the West 

Window, 

In memory of the Revd. Sir John Godfrey Thomas, Bart. 

sometime Vicar of Wartling and Bodiam in this County. Born 

1st Sept.1784. Died 7th May 1841. 

And on a Memorial Tablet, 
Near this spot are interred 

The remains of 

The Revd. Sir John Godfrey Thomas, Bart., 
Who died on the 7th day of May 1841 

Aged 56 years. 

This tablet is erected 

By his widow and family 

To record to future generations in this parish 

Which during 32 years was the object of 

His affectionate care, 

The virtues of a truly pious minister 

and Christian friend. 

Charles Worsley. GI.JE. received as <. 2 Nov. 1802, 
restored Christmas 1808. p. (St Mary Hall) 25 June, 
1800 (fil. Henrici W. de Gatcombe in Ins: Vect: cler. 
let. 17). B.A. 9 May, 1804 M.A. 14 July, 1807. 

Rector of Lesnewth, Corn. 7 Dec. 1813. 

"Died 9 Aug. 1854 at Ramsgate, aged 71, Rev. C. W. of 
Finchley, Middlesex, formerly minister of St Thomas Church, 
Newport, Isleof Wight." 



WARDEN WILLS. [1803. 



ISO 3. 

Charles Watson Rashleigh. JE. 2 Feb. 1803 (til. 
Joannis li. de Pen quite in Par. Sti Samson, Cornub : 
arm. ret. 18). (JI.JE. received as <. (Kashley) 4 Feb. 

1803, restored 5 Nov. 1803. 

Died at sea unmarried 1805. 

John Strachan. JE. 11 Feb. 1803 (til. Joannis S. de 
Montrose in Com. Angus in Begn: Scot: arm. get. 18). 
CLJE. received as (ft. 15 Feb. 1803, increased to JfM. 
1 Feb. 1804: restored Michaelmas 1804. 

" Gentleman usher, quarterly waiter to the Queen, died 
28 Jan. 1854." (F.) 

Henry Soames. Jtt. 21 Feb. 1803 (fil. Nathanielis S. de 
Sti Georgii, Lonclin : arm. set. 18). (H.JE. received as <. 
same day, taken up for Battels Michaelmas 1811. He 
was a Candidate for a g. in 1803, see under William 
Burge. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1803. B.A. 8 Feb. 1807. 
M.A. 5 July, 1809. Name removed 27 Sept. 1811. lie- 
admitted 26 Dec. 1829, removed again 2 July, 1830. 
Bampton Lecturer 1830. 

Educated at St Paul's School, which he entered 17 Aug. 1799, 
when he is described as son of a shoemaker of Ludgate Street, 
aged 14. Assistant to the High Master of St Paul's School 
1809 to 1814. For some years he took pupils at Shelley 
Rectory, Essex. Vicar of Brent Pelham, with Furneaux 
Pelham, Herts, Dec. 1831, resigned 1839. Vicar of Stapleford 
Tawney, Essex, 1839, Chancellor of St Paul's 1842, died 21 Oct. 
1860. 

In the Chancel of Stapleford Tawney Church is the following 
Tablet, 

To the Memory of 

The llevd. Henry Soames, M.A. 

Chancellor of St Paul's Cathedral 

Hector of Stapleford Tawney with Theydon Mount 

And of Shelley in this Countv. 



1803.] WARDEN WILLS. 229 



He was born 1 5th of January 1785 

And died 21st October 1860. 

His History of the Reformation of the Church of England, 
Anglo-Saxon Church and other works all written in support of 
scriptural education are not more distinguished by piety and 
learning than was his character marked by purity and love of 
truth. 

This tablet was erected as a testimony of affection by his 
sorrowing sister Sarah Street Soames. 

Author of An Enquiry into the Doctrines of the Anglo-Saxon 
Church. (Bampton Lectures) 1830. The Anglo-Saxon Church 
1835. 

Edward Brice. JE. 14 March, 1803 (fil. Georgii Tito B. 
de Poole, Dorcestr : cler. set. 18). (JT.JE. received as (ft. 
same day, taken up for Battels Christmas 1809. B.A. 

12 Nov. 1806. 

Educated on the foundation at Winchester. 
Chaplain R.X. : presented by the Admiralty to the Rectory 
of Thorneyburn, Northumb. 30 June, 1829 : Vicar of Hums- 
haugh-on-Tyne 1833, resigned 1868, died 1 July, 1873. 

William Burge (T). !&. 29 March, 1803 (fil. Johannis B. 
de Castle Cary, Somerset : arm. tet. 16). (.|E. received 
as (. same day, taken up for Battels Christmas 1809. 
Admitted *. 8 Nov. 1803. At the election (30 June, 
1803) the question of filling the 5th vacancy which lay 
between W. B. and Henry Soames was referred to the 
Visitor who decided on 8 Nov. that the Foundress' 
requirement that 3 of the Scholars must be from Somer- 
set, did not exclude more than 3, therefore Burge was 
elected. Gerard Exhibitioner 1804, 1805. Goodridge 
Exhibitioner 1805. Somerscales Exhibitioner 1805. B.A. 
10 Oct. 1806. Eesigned . 30 June, 1806. lie-admitted 
26 Dec. 1829. M.A. 14 Jan. 1830. Created D.C.L. 

13 June, 1834. 

His arms are in the windows of the Antechapel. Argent, on a 
saltire sable 5 swans proper. 

John Radcliffe. Jtt. 29 March, 1803 (fil. Johannis K. de 
Oldham, Lancastr : gen. a a t. 23). C.Jtt. received as 



230 WARDEN WILLS. [1803. 

Servitor same da} 7 , restored Christmas 1804. Admitted 
Clerk 31 March, 1803 of Oldham, Lancashire, aged 20. 
Goodridge Exhibitioner 1803, 1804. Pigott Exhibitioner 

1803. He resigned his Clerkship 13 April, 1805. B.A. 
(St Mary Hall) 6 Feb. 1807. M.A. 8 June, 1809. 

" Died 22 Feb. 1852 at Oxford aged 60, Kev. J. R., Chaplain 
of Merton College, Vicar of Bramham, Yorks (1823) and Vicar 
of Eadley, Berks. For some time Vice Principal St Mary 
Hall ; he had long acted as Chaplain of the Oxford Infirmary 
and took an active part in the -Establishment of the Mendicity 
Society, the Saving Banks and the Lunatic Asylum." 

(G. Mag. 122, I. 423.) 

William Baldwin Bonaker. JE. 28 April, 1803 (fil. 
Gulielmi B. de Evesham, Vigorn : arm. jet. 17). (JI.JE. 
received as (0*. same day, taken up for Battels Midsummer 
1810. B.A. 10 Feb. 1807. M.A. 9 June, 1810. 

Vicar of Church Honeybourn, Wore. 1817, "died 9 July, 
1869." (F.) 

John Templer (J). JE. 25 May, 1803 (fil. Thomae T. de 
Alphington, Damnon : arm. ret. 19). (.JE. received as 
<. 24 May, 1803, taken up for Battels Midsummer 1820. 
B.A. 9 March, 1807. M.A. 16 June, 1820. Name 
removed 14 July, 1820. 

Brother of Charles T. 1809. 

Hugh Lumsden. JE. 31 Oct. 1803 (fil. Hareii L. de 
Aberdeen in liegn : Scot : arm. set. 20). (H.JE. received as 
(Jt. same day, restored to Mr Burge, Michaelmas 1805. 

" Died 27 Jan. 1859 at Pitcaple Castle, H. L., Esq. of Pitcaple, 
Aberdeenshire." (G. May. 129, I. 330.) 

George Marshall (T). JE. 2 Xov. 1803 (fil. Georgii M. 
de Horsham, Sussex : cler. a't. 1 5). (H.JE. received as (ft. 
same day, restored 7 July, 1813. Admitted >. 29 Oct. 

1804. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1805. Somerscales Ex- 
hibitioner 1805. Maddox Exhibitioner 1806. Hody 
(Greek) Exhibitioner 1806 to 1807. B.A. 16 June, 1808. 
M.A. 2 Dec. 1810. Elected ^J. -ff. .",0 June, 1812. Ad- 



1803-4.] WARDEN WILLS. 231 

mitted JF. (G. Clough M.) 1 July, 1813. Elected 
Moderator of Philosophy 1812 to 1829, but always had 
a deputy. Held the Wills Law Exhibition as Scholar 
(20) 1807 to 1811 and as Fellow (90) to 1829. 

Called to the Bar (Inner Temple) 1811 : died 15 Jan. 1830. 
Son of George M. 1772. 

Thomas Babb (J). J&. 3 Nov. 1803 (fil. Thomas B. de 
Newton Abbott, Devon : arm. ret. 18). (JLJE. received as 
OL 5 Nov. 1803, taken up for Battels Christmas 1812. 
B.A. 8 June, 1807. M.A. 8 April, 1812. Name removed 
24 Dec. 1812. 

Brother of James B. 1812. 



Josiah Burd (~|~). (JL|ft. received as Servitor 25 June, 
1803, increased to (ft. 27 April, 1805 : account closed 
1811. JE. (Balliol) 14 Nov. 1802 (fil. Johannis B. de 
Bovey Tracey, Devon : pleb. set. 18). Admitted Clerk 
21 Oct. 1803, resigned 30 Oct. 1804. Goodridge Exhibi- 
tioner 1803, 1804. Pigott Exhibitioner 1803. B.A. 
20 Feb. 1807. M.A. 31 Jan. 1814. Name removed 
19 July, 1811. 



ISO 4. 

James Robert Bellis. J&. 1 Feb. 1804 (fil. Francisci 
Gulielmi B. de Bombay in Ind: Orient: arm. set. 18). 
(JT.|E. received as (JT. same day, taken up for Battels 
Christmas 1810. 

Brother of W. K. B., 1806. 

Joseph Helm (J). |tt. 13 April, 1804 (fil. Joseph! H. de 
Civ. Vigorn : gen. set. 15). (.|E. received as (ft. same day, 
restored Dec. 1812. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1804, 1806. 
B.A. (J. Charles H.) 25 May, 1808. M.A. 5 Dec. 1811. 
Name removed 24 Dec. 1812. 

Edmund Witt. Jtt. 18 April, 1804 (fil. Thomce W. de Stoke, 
Dorcestr: arm. tot. 17). (C.|H. received as (!T. same day, 



232 WARDEN WILLS. [1804. 

taken up for Battels Christmas 1812. B.A. 2 June, 1810. 
M.A. 29 March, 1832. Name removed 10 June, 1814. 

Succeed CM! Thomas Bond (1775) as Vicar of Combe Kaines, 
Dorset, 1822, died 1835. (Hutchins I. 364.) 

John Rice Price (J)- JU. 13 Oct. 1804 (fil. llice P. de 
Llanfihangel-bryn-pab-joan, Brecon : cler. set. 19). (JT.Jtt. 
received as Servitor (J. lialph P.) 1804, taken up for 
Battels Christmas 1809. Admitted Clerk 29 Oct. 1804: 
resigned 16 June, 1808. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1805, 
1806, 1807. Pigott Exhibitioner 1805, 1806. B.A. 
23 June, 1808. Name removed 8 April, 1813. 

" He received holy orders, and died in early life." 

(G. Mag. 119, I. 212.) 

Robert Patch (J). |. 15 Oct. 1804 (fil. Robert! P. de 
Civ. Exon : Damnon : arm. set. 16). C.JE. received as (ft. 
same day, restored Michaelmas 1813. Admitted *>. 
(11 Bayer P.) 2 Nov. 1805. Warner Exhibitioner 1806 
to 1809. Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1806 to 1809. 
Held Wills Medical Exhibition as Scholar 1807 to 1813. 
He was admonished 18 May, 1808. B.A. 30 June, 
1809. Determined Lent, 1811. M.A. 2 Dec. 1813. 
Elected ty.J?. 30 June, 1813. Admitted JF. 4 July, 
1814. Elected Humanity Lecturer 1814, 1815, 1816; 
deputy Catechist 1814, 1815. Superannuated as ,-fF. 
5 July, 1834. Held Wills allowance for Superannuated 
JIF. 1835 to 1839. 

He lived in the Tower Chamber for many years, but was 
quite cut off from society : in orders, died 18 March, 1840. 

(G. Mag. 110, I. 551.) 

John Thornton (T). 1*1. 6 Dec. 1804 (fil. Jacob! T. de 
Horsham, Sussex : gen. ret. 16). (Jl.pl. received as (K. 
same day, restored 7 July, 1813. Admitted &. 2 Nov. 
1805. Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1806 to 1808. 
Maddox Exhibitioner 1807. B.A. 14 June, 1808. M.A. 
2 July, 1813. Second Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 
1808. B.D. 13 May, 1824. D.I). 14 May, 1824. 
5. determined Lent 1809. Elected $).Jf. 30 June, 1813. 



1804.] WARDEN WILLS. 233 



Admitted JF. 4 July, 1814. Elected Catechist 1814 to 
1819 (Patch and Stevens, deputies). Vacated Jf. by 
marriage 5 Feb. 1820. Name replaced on the list of 
Commoners, and (.JE. replaced 1820, taken up for Battels 
Christmas 1821. 

Vicar of Wisborough Green, 1820. Rector of Combe, Sussex, 
1824 (non-resident). He is buried at Wisborougli, where on 
a Tomb is the following inscription, 
In Memory of 

The Eevd. John Thornton, D.D. 

Forty-six years Vicar of this Parish 

who died March 9th, 1866. 

Aged 78 years. 

Henry Cresswell (J)- J&. 6 Dec, 1804 (fil. Estcourt 
C. de Bibury, Gloucestr : arm. a't. 17). CT.JE. received as 
(K. 10 Dec. 1804. B.A. 11 Feb. 1809. Name removed 
25 May, 1811. Re-admitted 16 Jan. 1819. Name 
removed 28 Sept. 1821. 

" Died 2 Aug. 1849 at Creech St Michael, near Taunton, Rev. 

H. C. Vicar of the Parish ; to which he was instituted in 

1813." 

On an alabaster and marble slab in Creech Church is the 

following inscription, 

Sacred to the Memory of the Rev. Henry Cresswell, B.A. of 

"Wadham College, Oxford, for 36 years Vicar of Creech St 

Michael, whose remains are deposited on the south side of the 

Communion Table in this Church. He was suddenly called 

hence on the 2nd day of August 1849 in the 64th year of his 

age. 

" What I say nnto yon, I say unto all, Watch." 

Mark xiii. 37. 

John Percival. |E. 6 Dec, 1804 (fil. Johannis P. de 
Mattersay, Nottingham: arm. set. 16). (JL|E. received 
as 01. 13 Dec. 1804, restored 1 July, 1814. Admitted 
,. 2 Nov. 1805. Somerscales Exhibitioner 1806. Hody 
(Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1807 to 1810. Goodridge Exhi- 
bitioner 1807 to 1810. Second Class, Litt. Hum. 
Michaelmas Term 1808. B.A. 2 Dec. 1808. Deter- 
mined Lent, 1809. M.A. 16 June, 1814 Elected 



234 WARDEN WILLS. [1804-5. 

^.JF. 30 June, 1814 Admitted JF. 30 June, 1815. 
Elected Bursar, annually from 1818 to 1831, but Swayne, 
Symons, and Griffiths, were his deputies. 

Died 10 Nov. 1832. 

Thomas Johnes (T)- !& 17 l^ ec - 1804 (fil. Joannis J. 
de Batheaston, Somerset : arm. set. 17). (H.JE. received 
as (ft. same day, taken up for Battels Christmas 1815. 
Goodridge Exhibitioner 1805. B.A. 21 June, 1808. 
Name removed 12 Dec. 1815. 

John William Clapcott. |tt. 17 Dec. 1804 (fil. Joannis 
C. de Kaynston, Dorcestr: arm. oat. 17). C.JE. received 
as Jf.<. same day, restored Michaelmas 1805. 

In the Church at Tarant Kayneston, is a monument with the 
following inscription, 

Sacred to the memory of John William Clapcott, son of 
John and Betty Clapcott of Whitchurch, and Fellow Commoner 
of Wadham College, Oxford, who died July 4, 1805, aged 17 
years. (Hutchins I. 322.) 

Brother of George B. C. 18(>7. 



ISO 5. 

Henry Capel. JE. 3 April, 1805 (fil. Thomse C. de Ken- 
nington, Surr : gen. set. 20). (Jl.JE. received as <. same 
day, increased to JF.(JT. 13 June, 1806, taken up for 
Battels Midsummer 1810. Created M.A. 14 June, 1809. 

Charles Wayland. JE. 5 April, 1805 (fil. Joannis W. de 
Erome, Somerset: arm. u>t. 16). (ST.JE. received as (fl*. 
(Weyland) same day, taken up for Battels, &c. Mid- 
summer 1812. B.A. 31 Oct. 1808. M.A. 13 June, 1811. 
Name removed 5 June, 1812. 

At first Curate (1826), afterwards Eector (1845) of Holcombe, 
Somerset : where he was buried 22 July, 1870, aged 81. 

Thomas Smith (J). |E. 6 April, 1805 (fil. Thomse S. de 
Earnham, Surr : gen. u;t. 20). (JLJE. received as Servitor 
same day, restored 6 Dec. 1811. Admitted Clerk 



1805.] WARDEN WILLS. 235 



13 April, 1805. Pigott Exhibitioner 1805, 1806, 1808. 
Goodridge Exhibitioner 1805 to 1808. B.A. 1 Dec. 1808. 
Resigned Clerkship 16 June, 1808. Name removed 

29 Nov. 1811. 

John Friend Williams. JE. 14 June, 1805 (fil. Johannis 
W. de Marston Magna, Somerset : cler. set. 17). C.JE. 
received as <. same day, " taken " Michaelmas 1805. 
Goodridge Exhibitioner 1805. B.A. (Merton) 20 May, 
1809. 

" Died, 1816, suddenly of a pressure on the brain, Rev. J. F. W. 
Vicar of Norton St Philip, and of Buckland Dinham." 

(G. Mag. 86, II. 628.) 

Richard Newman ("[") J&. 16 Oct. 1805 (fil. Gulielmi N. 
de Dartmouth, Danmoii: arm. ret. 16). (&.JE. received 
as (ft. same day, restored 1 July, 1814. Admitted fa. 

30 Oct. 1806. Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1807 to 
1811. Gerard Exhibitioner 1808, 1809. Second Class, 
(Div. ii.) Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1809. B.A. 25 May, 
1809. Determined Lent, 1810. M.A. 2 July, 1813. 
Elected ^.Jf. 30 June, 1814. Admitted jf. 30 June, 
1815. Vacated ,-fF. by marriage 7 Oct. 1815. Name 
replaced on the list of Commoners. 

Rector of Coryton, Devon, 1830, where on a monument in the 

Churchyard is the following, 

" Sacred to the memory of the Rev. R. X. Rector of this Parish 

who died Aug. 3, 1853, aged 64." 

Father of William Symons N. 1835, and Charles D. ST. 1839. 

Thomas Prince (~|~)- !& 5 Nov. 1805 (fil. Johannis P. de 
Paroch : Aldermanborough in Civ. Londin : cler. set. 17). 
C.|E. received as (. same day, restored . Admitted jj. 
30 Oct. 1806 of Aldermanbury. Goodridge Exhibitioner 
1806, 1807. Gerard Exhibitioner 1806, 1807. Hody 
(Greek) Exhibitioner 1807 to 181.1. Maddox Exhibi- 
tioner 1808. Warner Exhibitioner 1809 to 1812. 
Second Class, (Div. i.) Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1809. 
B.A. 25 May, 1809. Determined Lent, 1810. M.A. 
9 July, 1814." B.D. 13 May, 1824. D.D. 14 Mav, 1824. 



236 WARDEN WILLS. [1805-6. 

Elected $. Jf. 30 June, 1815. Admitted jF. 13 Sept. 1816. 
Elected Catechist 23 April, 1824 and 6 Dec. 1824 and 
1825 (Johnson, deputy). 

"Chaplain to the Prince Regent 1813. Chaplain at the 
Hague, 1825, died 22 Jan. 1830." (F.) 



18 O 6. 

William Russell Bellis. JE. 14 Jan. 1806 (fil. Francisci 
Gulielmi B. de Bombay in Ind : Orient : arm. ret. 20). 
C.JE. received as <. 1806, restored Midsummer 1807. 

Brother of James R. B. 1804. 



John Fletcher. JE. 5 March, 1806 (fil. Joannis F. de 
Manningford Abbot, Wilton: cler. set. 17). C.JE. 
received as (ft. same day, restored Midsummer 1807. 
B.A. 19 Jan. 1810. M.A. 28 May, 1813. He entered 
Queen's Coll. as Hungerford Exhibitioner 20 March, 
1806. Second Class, (Div. ii.) Litt. Hum. Easter Term 
1809. 

In orders : died 29 Aug. 1817. (G. Mag. 87, II. 377.) 

Henry Lyte Poole (f). JE. 26 March, 1806 (fil. 
dementis P. de Ilchester, Somerset: arm. oet. 18). 
Cltt. received as <. 27 March, 1806, increased to jF.iJL 
4 Nov. 1807, taken up for Battels Christmas 1809. 
Name removed 25 May, 1811. 

Joseph Algar ("]"). |E. 26 March, 1806 (fil. Joseph! A. de 
Canterbury, Cant: arm. a^t. 18). (.JK. received as <#. 
27 March, 1806, taken up for Battels Michaelmas 1813. 
B.A. 23 Nov. 1809. M.A. 15 June, 1815. Name 
removed 17 May, 1816. 

Andrew Mayor (T). JE. 26 March, 1806 (fil. Joannis 
M. de Manchester, Lancastr: arm. ret. 23). <.$$. 
received as (TT. 27 March, 1806, increased to Jf.(L r . 



1806.] WARDEN WILLS. 237 



19 April, taken up for Battels Christmas 1815. Name 
removed 12 Dec. 1815. 

William Colton. JE. 5 June, 1806 (fil. Barefoot C. de 
Shrivenham, Bercher: cler. set. 18). C.J&. received as 
(JT. same day, taken up in part for Battels Michaelmas 
1806. 

Joseph Nodder (J). pt. 13 June, 1806 (fil. Johannis K 
de Chesterfield, Derb : arm. ret. 17). (.|tt. received as 
(ft. same day, taken up for Battels Christmas 1814. 
Goodridge Exhibitioner 1806. B.A. 23 Eeb. 1811. 
M.A. 1 June, 1814. Name removed 16 Dec. 1814. 

Rector of Asliover, Derb. for 42 years, died Jan. 15, 1878, 
aged 88. 

John Roles Fishlake (T)- |&. 23 June, 1806 (fil. Joannis 
E. de Civ. Sarisbur : gen. a-t. 15). (H.|E. received as (JT. 
same day, restored 1 July, 1816. Admitted J. 30 Oct. 
1806. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1806, 1807, 1808, 1810, 

1811, 1812. Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1808 to 1814. 
Maddox Exhibitioner 1809. Wills Heading Prize 1810, 

1812. Warner Exhibitioner 1813. First Class, Litt. 
Hum. Easter Term 1810. B.A. 21 June, 1810. Deter- 
mined Lent, 1811. M.A. 6 Dec. 1813. Elected 
}3.JF. 30 June, 1815. Admitted ,-jf. 1 July, 1816. 
Elected Dean 1818 to 1820, (Stevens,, deputy) 1821 
(Symons, deputy). Vacated Jf. on marriage 17 April, 
1823. Name replaced on list of Commoners, removed 
23 March, 1826. 

Rector of Little Cheverel, Wilts, 1823, where he is buried with 
the following inscription on the plinth of a stone cross in the 
Churchyard, 

In affectionate remembrance 

of 

John Roles Fishlake 

Formerly Fellow' of Wadham College, Oxford, and for 45 
years Rector of this Parish. He was born Jan. 3, 1790, and 
died deeply respected Jan. 25, 1868. 
Author of a Translation of Buttmann's Lexilocjus. 



238 WARDEN TOURNAY. [1806. 



ISO 6. 



On 19 June, 1806, William Tournay was elected Warden: 
he set to work to establish a Register of all those whose 
names were on the College Books. He appears to have taken 
the list as it stood after the Long Vacation of 1810, so that a 
few names of men who matriculated between October, 1806 and 
July, 1810, and also left the College before October, 1810, 
have to be supplied from the College Caution Book and the 
Matriculation Register ; but Dr Tournay's record is from this 
point so nearly complete that I propose to use it as the basis 
of this Book henceforward, supplying the few additional names 
required : and adding to the Warden's record notes both of 
the University distinctions obtained by men and also of their 
subsequent careers. These Eegisters, so carefully kept by 
Wardens Tournay and Symons, will carry the work on to 
October, 1871. 




Warfcen Gourna\>, 

ISO 6. 

Anthony IWEervin Reeve Storey. Cler. fil. Born at 
Kinton Martyn, Dorsetshire. Admitted (ft. 10 Oct. 
1806. B.A. 6 Dec. 1810. M.A. 9 Dec. 1818. Name 
removed 13 Jan. 1820. 

Son of William S. of Hinton Martem (?Martel) aged 
15 (M.). First Class, Litt. Hum. and First Class, Math. 
Mich. Term 1810. 

Called to the Bar, Inner Temple 1816 ; assumed the additional 
name of Maskelyne 1845, in consequence of his marriage with 
Margaret, daughter of Rev. Nevil M. Astronomer Royal, 
and heiress of her uncle Edmund M. Of Basset Down House, 
Wilts, died 15 May, 1879. His arms are in the Windows of 
the Antechapel Argent, a lion rampant purpure, tail nowed. 
Father of Mervin H. N. S. M. 1840, when he is described as 
of Lydiard Tregoze, Wilts, and of Edmund M. B. S. M. 1848. 

William Thomas Price. Cler. fil. Born at Merriott, 

Somersetshire. Admitted <. 30 Oct. 1806. B.A. 

1 June 1811. M.A. 23 June 1813. Name removed 
(? 1814). 

Son of Thomas P. aged 16 (M.). 

" Died at Weymouth 30 Oct. 1838, Rev. W. T. P. of Hinton 
St George, Somerset." (G. Mag. 108, II. 6GG.) 

Charles Tapp Griffith. Cler. fil. Born at Frome Selwood, 
Somersetshire. Admitted <. 30 Oct. 1806. Elected a>. 
30 June 1807. B.A. 13 June 1810. Determined 
15 March, 1811. Vacated gj. by marriage 21 Dec. 1812 
and name replaced on list of (. M.A. June 17, 1813. 
B.D. and D.D. Jan. 24, 1828. 

Son of John G. (1779) aged 17 (M.). Hody (Greek) Exhilii- 



210 WARDEN TOURNAY. [1806. 

tioner 1807 to 1811. C.JE. replaced Jan. 1818, taken up 

for Battels Christinas 1821. 
Educated at Winchester. 

Master of Southampton Grammar School 1813 to 1820 ; Vicar 
of St Michael's, Southampton, 1813. Master of Warminster 
Grammar School 1820 to 1840. Rector of Elm 1826. Rural 
Dean of Frome 1845 to 1864, died at Elm 5 Jan. 1866, 
aged 77. 

Robert Marratt Miller. Cler. fil. Born at Warwick. 
Admitted <. 5 Nov. 1806. B.A. 16 May, 1811. M.A. 
28 April, 1813. Name left out 19 March, 1819. lie- 
admitted 24 Jan. 1826. 

Son of Robert M. aged 20 (M.). B.D. 3 Feb. 1826. 
D.D. 4 Feb. 1826. (H.JE. account closed 26 Feb. 1840. 

"Resident Chaplain, Lisbon 1811." (F.) Vicar of Dedham, 
Essex, 1819 ; died 11 June, 1839, aged 52. 
Father of John H. M. 1838. 

Samuel Thomas Gully. Arm. fil. Born at Gorran, 
Cornwall. Admitted (.11 Dec. 1806. B.A. 2 Dec;. 
1811. M.A. 16 March, 1814. Name removed 14 June, 
1816. 

Son of William Slade G. of Gorrans, aged 18 (M.). Somer- 
scales Exhibitioner 1807 to 1809. Second Class, (Div. ii.) 
Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 1811. 

"Died 27 May, 1860, aged 71, Rev. S. T. Slade Gully of 
Trevennen, Cornwall, and Rector of Berry Xarbor, Devon." 

Joseph Hurlock. Gen. fil. Born in London. Admitted (ft. 
15 Dec. 1806. B.A. 16 May, 1811. M.A. 28 April, 1813. 
M.B. 5 May, 1814. M.D. 23 Jan. 1817. Name removed 
18 Feb. 1820. 

Son of Joseph H. aged 18 (M.). Second Class, (Div. ii.) 
Litt. Hum. Faster Term 1811. 

Educated at St Paul's School ; admitted 10 Jan. 1801. F.R.C.P. 
30 Sept. 1818. 

Took orders in 1823 : Incumbent of Ixworth, Sussex. Chap- 
lain to the Sussex County Hospital 1843 to 1867. 
' Died 17 March, 1879, aged 91." (F.) 



1807.] WARDEN TOURNAY. 241 



18 O7. 

George Bunter Clapcott.* JE. 12 Feb. 1807 (fiL Johannis 
C. de Whitchurch Winterborn, Dorcestr: arm. aet. 16). 
(.JE. received as Jf.iJL same day, taken up for Battels 
Midsummer 1808. 

" Of Tarrent Kayneston, Dorset, J. P." (F.) 
Brother of J. W. C. 1804. 

William Henry White. Gen. fil Born at Bath, Somerset- 
shire. JE. as of Oriel College 29 Jan. 1805. Admitted 
(E. of Wadham 31 Jan. 1807. B.A. 14 Feb. 1811. M.A. 
12 June, 1812. Name removed 18 Sept. 1814. 

Son of Henry W. aged 15 (M.). Second Class, (Div. ii.) Litt 
Hum. Easter Term 1809. C.JE. replaced 25 June, 1818 
restored 15 May, 1819. 

Henry Hickman. Gen. fil. Born at Marlow, Buckingham. 
Admitted OL 20 Feb. 1807. Name removed 28 April, 
1812. 

Son of William H. of Marlow, Berks, aged 18 (M.). 

" Died 9 Oct. 1858, Rev. Henry H. of Ongar Hill House, late 
of Walton-on-Thames, aged 58 (G. Mag. 125, II. 664), but if 
this is the man the age should be 68. 

Frederick Gauntlett. Gen. fil. Born at Easton, Hamp- 
shire. Admitted <. 19 March, 1807. B.A. 22 Nov. 
1810. M.A. 2 July, 1813. Name removed 18 Feb. 
1814. 

Son of Frederick G. aged 18 (M.). Second Class, (Div. ii.) 
Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 1810. 

"Died 7 Sept. 1863, Rev. F. G. Rector of Fladbury (1833), 
aged 74." Donor of Plate to the College. 



Note. Names with an asterisk are not found in Dr Tournay's Register 
but are supplied in their proper places from the Caution Books and 
Matriculation Register. 



242 WARDEN TOURNAY. [1807. 

Sydenham Feppin. Gen. til. Born at Exeter, Devonshire. 
Admitted (ft. 19 March, 1807. B.A. (S. Henry P.) 5 Dec. 
1810. Name removed 13 Feb. 1816. 

Vicar of Branscnmbe, Devon, 1837 ; died 29 Sept. 1867, 
aged 80. 

John Anderton. Gen. til. Born at King's Norton, Gloster- 
shire. Admitted OL 20 March, 1807. B.A. 22 Nov. 
1810. M.A. 2 July, 1813. Name removed Christmas 
1821. 

Son of William A. of King's Norton, Wore : aged 17. Good- 
ridge Exhibitioner 1807. Second Class, Litt. Hum. 
Michaelmas Term 1810. 

Henry Bradridge. Arm. til. Born at Asprington, Devon- 
shire. Admitted <. 9 May, 1807. B.A. 23 Feb. 1811. 
M.A. 30 June, 1814. Name removed 23 Sept. 1814. 

Son of Henry B. of Ashprington, aged 20 (M.). Second 
Class, (Div. ii.) Litt. Hum. and Second Class, Math. 
Michaelmas Term 1810. 

Charles Dawe.* JE. 13 May 1807 (fil. Hill D. de Ditcheat, 
Somerset : arm. <et. 17). C.JE. received as {. 12 May, 

1807, restored 3 Nov. 1807. 

Ensign 46th Regiment, 28 Jan. 1808. Captain I March, 1821, 
went on unattached half-pay 9 Jan. 1829, " died 3 March, 
1870." (F.) 

Evan Davies. Cler. fil. Born at Haversham, Bucks. Ad- 
mitted Servitor 12 May, 1807: Clerk 10 June, 1808. 
Resigned Clerkship 24 May, 1811. Transferred to list 
of Servitors. 

Son of Evan D. aged 17 (M.). Goodridge and Pigott Ex- 
hibitioner 1808, 1809, 1810. B.A. 19 Nov. 1812. (H.|E. 
taken up for Battels, Christmas 1812. 

One of tli is name was Master of Dorchester Grammar School 
1815 to 1824, and Rector of All Saints, Dorchester, 1818, 
lmt he is described ly Hutchins (II. 370) as "M.A. of Jesus 
College, Oxford." 



1807.] WARDEN TOURNAY. 243 

Thomas Gatehouse. Cler. fil. Born at North Cheriton, 
Somersetshire. Admitted <2L 13 May, 1807. B.A. 
23 Feb. 1811. Name removed 4 July, 1816. 

Son of Samuel G. aged 18 (M.). 

" Died 1 July, 1863 at North Cheriton, near Wincanton, Rev.T. G., 
aged 74, for forty years Eector of that parish." (G. Mag.} 

Henry Proctor Gale. Cler. fil. Born at Combe-Florey, 
Somersetshire. Admitted (ft. 24 June, 1807. Elected >. 
30 June, 1810. Eesigned g.. 9 Dec. 1812, and name re- 
placed in list of (ft. Name removed 24 May, 1815. 

Son of John G. aged 15 (M.). Goodridge Exhibitioner 1807, 
1808, 1809. Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1810 to 1812. 
B.A. 17 Dec. 1812. 

"Died 2 April, 1843 at Pitminster Lodge, near Taunton, 
aged 51, Rev. H. P. G. formerly Perpetual Curate of St James, 
Taunton, 1824 to 1S36." (G. Mag.) 

George Masters. Gen. fil. Born at Whitchurch, Somerset. 
Admitted (.16 June, 1807. Name removed 27 Sept. 
1811. 

Son of George M. aged 18 (M.). B.A. (Magd. Hall) 29 Nov. 
1816. M.A. 12 Nov. 1818. B.D. 22 Nov. 1827. D.D. 
29 Nov. 1827. 

" Died in London 7 March, 1861, aged 73, Rev. Dr M. Vicar 
of Swingfield, Kent." (G. Mag.) 

Thomas Davis. Cler. fil. Born at Salisbury, Wilts. Ad- 
mitted (. 1 July, 1807. B.A. 5 June, 1811. M.A. 
16 June, 1814. Name removed 15 Nov. 1816. 

Son of Thomas D. aged 18 (M.). 

Thomas Granger (Grainger). Arm. fil. Born in the 
parish of St Peter's, Bristol. Admitted (. 11 Nov. 1807. 
B.A. 5 June, 1811. M.A. 16 June, 1814. 

Son of Thomas G. aged 18 (M.). (&.JH. account closed 
Christinas 1821. 



244 WARDEN TOURNAY. [1808. 



18 O8. 

Edward Henry Minchinton. Admitted <. 13 Nov. 
1807. Admitted JfM. 15 April, 1808. Kemoved his 
name 30 Sept. 1808. 

Son of Edward M. of Mudford, Somerset : arm. aged 
20 (M.). 

Alfred Baker. Gen. fil. Born in the parish of St Anne, 
Limehouse, Middlesex. Admitted <{T. 15 Dec. 1807. 
Put on the gown of S.C.L. 25 June, 1811. B.C.L. 9 July, 
1814. Name removed 18 Sept. 1818. 

Son of Thomas B. aged 18 (M.). 

Isaac Austin. Doct. til. Born in the parish of St Clement 
Dane, London. Admitted <T. 4 March, 1808. B.A. 
10 Oct. 1811. M.A. 16 June, 1814. Died - - Jan. 
1820. 

Son of William A. aged 20 (M.). Second Class (Div. ii.), 
Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1811. 

Strickland Charles Edward Neville. Arm. fil. Born at 
Eltham, Kent. Admitted <. 3 May, 1808. B.A. 29 Jan. 
1812. M.A. 8 Feb. 1816. Name removed 4 July, 1816. 

Son of Charles N. aged 18 (M.). 

John Eagles. Gen. fil. Born at Bristol. Admitted Jf.<. 
26 May, 1808. B.A. 14 Jan. 1812. M.A. 13 May, 1818. 
Name removed lo Jan. 1820. 

Son of Thomas E. of Bristol : aged 24 (M.). 
Father of Charles L. E. 1843. 

William George Royse. Cler. fil. Born at Launceston, 
Cornwall. Admitted (tf. 1 June, 1808. B.A. 17 Dec. 
1812. M.A. 2 Dec. 1814. Name removed 28 May, 1824. 

Son of William II (? 1786), aged 18 (M.). 



1808.] WARDEN TOURNAY. 245 



Robert Clavey Griffith. Cler. fil. Born at Erome 
Selwood, Somersetshire. Admitted (ft. 29 June, 1808. 
Elected . 30 June, 1810. B.A. 28 May, 1813. Elected 
$.dF. 30 June, 1816. Admitted Jf. 2 July, 1817. 
Instituted to untenable living of Crossley (i.e. Corsley, 
Wilts) in the Diocese of Salisbury 27 Jan. 1817. Ceased 
to be (. 27 Jan. 1817. Name replaced on list of <tf. 
1818. Name removed again 10 Dec. 1830. 

Son of John G. aged 16 (M.). Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 
1809 to 1813. Second Class (Div. ii.), Litt. Hum. Easter 
Term 1813. Wills Medical Exhibitioner, resigned 1814. 

Rector of Fifield Bavant, 1828, died at Corsley, aged 52, 4 Nov. 
1844. 

Thomas Heathcote. Arm. fil. Born at Melksham, Wilts. 
Admitted <#. 1 June, 1808. Name removed 24 Dec. 
1812. 

Son of Samuel H. aged 19 (M.). 

"Died 22 Jan. 1859 at Northgate House, Winchester, Rev. 
T. H. of Shaw Hill, Wilts, aged 69." (G. Mag.) 

William Greenlaw. Dock fil. Born at Isleworth, Middle- 
sex. Admitted OL 6 July, 1808. B.A. 28 May, 1813. 
M.A. 5 Dec. 1816. Name" removed 4 July, 1821. 

Son of Alexander G. aged 17 (M.). Goodridge Exhibitioner 
1810. Second Class (Div. ii.), Litt. Hum. Easter Term 
1813. 

Rector of Woolwich 1837 ; died 22 Dec. 1850. 

Thomas Ansell. Gen. fil. Born at Wantage, Berkshire. 
Admitted OL 13 July, 1808. B.A. 6 May, 1812. M.A. 
18 March, 1815. Name removed 24 Oct. 1819. 

Son of William A. aged 16 (M.). 

John Old Zillwood. Gen. fil. Born at Dorchester in 
Dorsetshire. Admitted (ft. 15 July, 1808. Clerk 
13 June, 1809. Migrated to Magdalen Hall 5 Dec. 
1811. 

Son of William Z. aged 23 (M.). Goodridge and Pigott Exhi- 
bitioner 1809, 1810, 1811. Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 



246 WARDEN TOURNAY. [1808-9. 



1809 to 1812. Second Class, Litt. Hum. Mich. Term 

1811. B.A. (Magd. Hall) 19 Feb. 1814. M.A. 28 June, 
1815. 

Hector of Compton, Hants, 1831. " Died Sept. 1871." (F.) 

Thomas Kilgour.* JE. 24 Oct. 1808 (fil. Alexandri K. de 
Polshead, Suffolc: Doctoris, set. 18). dT.jlfl. received as 
(ft. same day, restored Michaelmas 1809. Second Class, 
Litt. Hum. and Math. Mich. Term 1812. B.A. 17 Dec. 

1812. Elected Demy of Magdalen 1809, resigned on 
marriage 1814, during the year of his probation as Jf. 

(Bloxam VII. 179.) 



1809. 

Thomas James Moore. JE. as of Merton College 
16 Dec. 1808. Admitted <. of Wadham 28 Jan. 1809. 
B.A. 2 June, 1814. Name removed 10 June, 1814. 

Son of Thomas M. gen : aged 16 (M.). 

Henry Edwards. Arm. fil. Born at Chard, Somersetshire. 
Admitted (. 23 March, 1809. Hemoved to Cambridge 
13 Feb. 1813. 

Son of Charles E. aged 16 (M.). One of this name was LL.B. 
of Trinity Hall in 1816. 



James Lind. Doct. fil. Born at Haslar near Portsmouth, 
Hants. Admitted (. 18 April, 1809. B.A. 18 Feb. 
1813. M.A. 27 June, 1816. B.M. 6 July, 1816. D.M. 
14 June, 1819. (N.B. Matriculated and admitted as 
James only, but his real name was James Player Lind.) 
Name removed 19 Nov. 1819. 

Son of John L. aged 18 (M.). Second Class (Div. ii.), Litt. 
Hum. Easter Term 1812. 

"Died 10 July, I860 at Ryde J. P. L., M.D., ajjeil 69. J.P. 
for Hants, and Chairman of the Magistrates at Ryde." 



1809.] WARDEN TOURNAY. 247 

George Page. Equitis fil. Son of Sir Thomas Hyde Page, 
Knt. Born at Betshanger in Kent. Admitted Jf.iR. 
19 May, 1809. Admitted to the Honorary Degree of 
M.A. 26 June, 1811. Removed his name 3 July, 
1811. 

Jtt,.17 May, 1809, aged 18. 

John Morton Colson. Cler. fil. Born at Dorchester, 
Dorsetshire. Admitted (. 6 July, 1809. Name removed 
19 May, 1813. 

Son of Thomas C. aged 18 (M.). Maddox Exhibitioner 
1810. Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1811 to 1813. 

In St Peter's Church, Dorchester, is the following, 
" In memory of the Rev. J. M. C., LL.B. for 41 years Rector 
of Dorchester, St Peter, who died on the 14th of Sept. 1863, 
and was buried in a vault in the churchyard." 

(Hutchins II. 385.) 

Moses Banks. Gen. fil. Born at Brentford, Middlesex. 
Admitted <. 5 May, 1809. Elected . 30 June, 1810. 
B.A. 5 May, 1814 M.A. 29 April, 1818. Elected 
W.JF. 30 June, 1817. Resigned Jf. 28 June, 1818. 
Name replaced on list of (0". 

Son of Moses B. aged 17 (M.). Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 
1811 to 1814 Second Class (Div. ii.), Litt. Hum. Easter 
Term 1814. Account closed Christmas 1821. 

Charles Bethell Otley. Gen. fil. Born in the parish of 
St George, Hanover Square, London. Admitted (. 
11 Oct. 1809. BA. 18 June, 1813. Name removed 
22 Sept. 1820. Re-admitted 6 Feb. 1822. Name 
removed again 21 May, 1824. 

Son of Richard 0. aged 17 (M.). 

Rector of Welby, Line., 1833 ; died 11 July, 1867, aged 75. 

William Streatfield.* |E. 21 Oct. 1809 (fil. Henrici S. de 
Southampton: arm. set. 18). <.pt. received as (JL same 
clay, restored Christmas 1809. Migrated to Trinity as 
(JT." 3 Feb. 1810. Elected . 10 June, 1811. B.A. 
10 June, 181:5. M.A. 1:5 June, 1816. Jf. 7 June, 1819 



248 WARDEN TOURNAY. [1809-10.' 

till 1828, (being 5th son of H. S. of Chiddingstone, Kent ; 
born in the parish of St Mary's, Southampton.) 

"Died suddenly while preaching, 27 May, 1860, Rev. W. S. 
for thirty-three years Vicar of East Ham, Essex." (G. Mag.) 

Charles Templer. Arm. fil. Born at Alphington, Devon- 
shire. Admitted (ft. 9 Nov. 1809. Name removed 
9 March, 1812. 

Son of Thomas T. aged 20 (M.). 

Francis Barrow. Gen. fil. Born at Stroude, Rochester, 
Kent. Admitted (E. 16 Nov. 1809. B.A. 9 June, 1813. 
M.A. 24 April, 1816. 

Son of Francis B. aged 18 (M.). His dL|E. account ceases 
at Christinas 1821. 

Apparently father of Francis B. 1838, at whose ffl. he is de- 
scribed as " clergyman of St John's Margate." 



1810. 

Stephen Hurt Langston. Cler. fil. Born at Little 
Horwood, Winslow, Bucks. Admitted (fl*. 24 June, 
1810. Elected $> 30 June, 1810. B.A. 20 May, 1814. 
M.A. 8 July, 1820. Elected ^J.jF. 30 June, 1819. 
Resigned JF. 25 June, 1825. 

Son of Stephen L. aged 17 (M.). Hody (Hebrew) Exhibi- 
tioner 1810 to 1815. Wills Reading Prize 1811. Second 
Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1814. (.JE. restored 
June, 1820. 

He succeeded his father as Vicar of Little Horwood, 12 March, 
1817, but appears to have resigned before the following 
August. Hector of Aston Sandford, 12 April, 1828. Minister 
of St George's Sheffield. "Died 15 March, 1878." (F.) 
Donor of Plate to the College. 

Charles Henry Payne. Gen. fil. Born at Axbridge, 
Somersetshire. Matriculated as of Pembroke College, 



1810.] WARDEN TOURNAY. 249 

Oxford. Admitted OT. of Wadham 10 Feb. 1810. Name 
removed 12 Nov. 1812. 

Jtt. 13 Dec. 1809. Son of Simon P. of Axbridge, Somerset, 
aged 18. 

Called to the Bar (Middle Temple), 1818. Commissioner in 
Bankruptcy 1831. "Died 31 Aug. 1863." (F.) 

John Scobell.* JK. 12 April, 1810 (fil. Petri Edvardi S. de 
Bodmin, Cornub : Doctoris, ret. 18). (JT.JE. received as 
(ft. same day, restored 22 June, 1810. B.A. (Balliol) 
26 Nov. 1813. M.A. 17 May, 1838. 

Kector of South over and of All Saints, Lewes, 1821. Hon. 
Canon of Chichester. Died 1 Sept. 1867, aged 76. 

Charles Henry Lethbridge. Cler. fil. Born in St 
Stephen's Parish, Laimceston. Admitted <JL 8 June, 
1810. B.A. 4 Feb. 1815. Name removed 24 April, 
1817. 

Son of Charles L., aged 17 (M.). Goodridge Exhibitioner 
1810. 

"Died 18 Jan. 1845 at St Stephen's by Launceston, aged 62, 
Rev. C. H. L. Perpetual Curate of that parish to which he was 
elected in 1818." (G. Mag.) 

Henry Crowe. Cler. fil. Born at Charmouth, Dorsetshire. 
Admitted 4L 9 June, 1810. B.A. 12 May, 1814. M.A. 
1 April, 1818. Name removed 29 March, 1819. 

Son of William C., aged 18 (M.). Somerscales Exhibitioner 
1811. 

Richard Prankerd Jones.* |E. 21 June, 1810 (fil. 
Itichardi J. de Charfield, Gloucestr : cler. ait. 18). (SI.JE. 
received as <t. same day, restored 30 Oct. 1810, when he 
migrated to Worcester as (fl*. Gerard Exhibitioner 1810. 
B.A. 3 May, 1815. M.A. 29 March, 1817. 

Rector of Charfield 1816. Vicar of Compton, Berks, 1829. 
Died 4 Oct. 1853, aged 64. It is recorded on the monuments 
in Charfield Church and Churchyard, that he was also Rector 
of Didmarton. " He was a fine horseman, and widely known 
as 'Jumping Jones' being thus distinguished from two clerical 
neighbours of the same name." 



2f>0 WARDEN TOURNAY. [1810. 



Robert Faithful. Cler. fil. Born at Warfield, Berkshire. 
Admitted 4T. 27 June, 1810. B.A. 12 May, 1814. M.A. 
17 Dec. 1817. Name removed 10 July, 1818. 

Son of John F., aged 17 (M.). Goodridge Exhibitioner 
1811. Second Class, Litt. Hum. and Second Class 
(Div. ii.), Math. Easter Term 1814. , 

"Died at Warfield, Berks, 7 Dec. 1833, aged 39, Rev. R. F. 
Vicar of the parish, to which lie was presented in 1824." 

(G. Mag.) 

Thomas Shore. Cler. fil. Born at Bishops Teinton, Devon- 
shire. Admitted (. 8 June, 1810. Elected >. 30 June, 
1810. B.A. 17 Dec. 1814. M.A. 22 Jan. 1818. Elected 
33.,-fF. 30 June, 1818. Vacated Jf. by marriage 19 Dec. 
1818 and name replaced 011 list of (*T. 

Son of Thomas William S., aged 17 (M.). Hody (Greek) 
Exhibitioner 1810 to 1816. Wills Reading Prize 1814 
and 1815. Account for CJE. closed Christmas 1821. 

"Died 4 July 1863, at Beckenham, Kent, aged 70, Rev. T. S." 

(G. Mag.) 

George Boughton. Gen. til. Born at Exeter, Devonshire. 
Admitted <. 27 June, 1810. B.A. 13 June, 1816. 
Name removed 2 Oct. 1822. 

Son of George B., aged 19 (M.). 

Thomas Traill. Cler. fil. Born at Sanday, one of the 
Orkney Islands. Admitted <. 31 Oct. 1810. Name 
removed Nov. 1811. 

Son of Walter T., aged 17 (M.). 

William Wilson. Gen. fil. Born in Wood Street, Cheap- 
side, London. Admitted (ft. 24 Nov. 1810. B.A. 1 June, 
1814. M.A. 23 Jan. 1817. B.D. 15 Nov. 1827. 

Son of William W., aged 19 (M.). Second Class, Math. 
Easter Term 1814. D.D. 1851. (JT.pl. account continued 
to Midsummer 18GG. 



1810.] WARDEN TOURNAY. usi 

"Died at Over Worton, Oxon. 14 Oct. 1867, aged 76: he was 
Curate of Over Worton, 1815-22. Vicar of Walthamstow, 
1822-48 : again appointed Curate of Over Worton, 1855." 

(G. Mag.} 

The oriel window in the Hall was filled with the arms of 
famous Wadham men at his expense in 1827. His own arms 
are in the South Window of the Hall Sable, a wolf rampant 
beneath 3 estoiles in chief or. Father of William W. 1840. 

Wenman Cavendish Langton. Cler. fil. Son of W. H. 
Langton of Wadham (matr. 1783). Born 28 March, 1793. 
Born at Langham in Norfolk. Admitted <. 27 Nov. 
1810. Elected . 30 June, 1811. B.A. 28 June, 1815. 
Died 28 Feb. 1817. 

Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1811 to 1816. Goodridge 
Exhibitioner 1813, 1814, 1815. Second Class, Litt. Hum. 
Easter Term 1815. (JLJltl. restored 11 April, 1817. 

Charles Bohun Smyth. Cler. fil. Born at Euston near 
Thetford in Suffolk. Admitted OT. G Dec. 1810. B.A. 
9 June, 1815. Name removed 2 Feb. 1810. 

Son of Charles John S., aged 17 (M.). 

Chorister of Magdalen 1802 to 1808, subsequently at Rugby. 
Vicar of Alfriston, Sussex, 1832, where he is buried with this 
inscription, 

To the beloved memory of 

Charles Bohun Smyth, 
Thirty eight years Vicar of this Parish 

Whose ransom'd spirit 

Quitted its earthly tenement, July 19th 1872. 
Author of Luther's Councils and Churches Lulli^s Power of the 
Keys Voice of the Early Church Christian Metaphysics, <fr. 

Francis Swanton. Cler. fil. Born at Worthy near 
Winchester. Admitted (ft. 6 Dec. 1810. Put on gown 
of S.C.L. B.C.L. 31 Oct. 1817. Name removed 13 Nov. 
1817. 

Son of Francis S., aged 18 (M.). Somerscales Exhibitioner 
1811 to 1814. 

Incumbent of St John's, Winchester, 1827. Vicar of Barton 
Stacey, Hants, 1845. " Dk-d 2 Nov. 1871." (F.) 



252 WARDEN TOURNAY. [1810-11. 



Charles Purton Cooper. Gen. fil. Born in the Parish of 
St Dunstan, London. Admitted OT. 13 Dec. 1810. B.A. 
7 Dec. 1814. M.A. 5 July, 1817. 

Son of Charles C., aged 17 (M.). Goodridge Exhibitioner 
1811. First Class, Litt. Hum. and First Class, Math. 
Michaelmas Term 1814. Account closed Christmas 
1821. 

" Called to the Bar (Lincoln's Tnn) 1816. King's Serjeant for 
the Duchy of Lancaster. Secretary to the Public Records 
Commission." (F.) His arms appear in the Windows of the 
Antechapel. " Gules, 3 stags' heads erased argent," 



1811. 

James Boys. Gen. fil. Born at Betshanger near Sandwich, 
in Kent. Admitted (ft. 2 Feb. 1811. B.A. 5 Feb. 1815. 
M.A. 13 May, 1818. Name removed 17 Sept. 1818. 

Son of John B. born 1793 (M.). Gerard Exhibitioner 1811. 

Educated at Winchester. Chaplain at Madras and St Helena. 
Vicar of Cranbrook. Rector of Biddenden, Kent, 1841, "died 
13 Feb. 1882." (F.) 
Uncle of M. J. T. B. 1838. 

Henry Lloyd Williams. Arm. fil. Born in the Province 
of Benares, in Hindostan. Admitted (ft. 1 April, 1811. 
B.A. 27 Oct. 1814. Name removed 21 Dec. 1815. 

Son of John L., aged 20 (M.). 

" At Cawapore, East Indies, died Rev. H. L. Williams, second 
son of H. L. (sic) W. of Alderbrook Hall, Cardiganshire " in 
G. Mag. 1825, Nov., p. 475. 

Richard Cooke. Arm. fil. Born at Combe St Nicholas 
near Chard in Somersetshire. Admitted (ft. 5 April, 
1811. Name removed 17 April, 1813. 

Son of Richard C., aged 18 (M.). His C.JE. was repaid at 
Midsummer. Entered Trinity College 26 Jan. 1814, aged 
20. 



1811.] WARDEN TOURNAY. 253 



Charles Blencowe. Ann. fil. Born at Marston St 
Lawrence near Brackley, Northamptonshire. Admitted 
Ot. 29 April, 1811. 4 May, 1814, went to Lincoln 
College, for an Exhibition. 

Son of Samuel B., aged 17 (M.). Goodridge Exhibitioner 

1812. (tf.JE. restored 6 May, . Crewe Exhibitioner 

of Lincoln 6 May, 1814 to April, 1818. B.A. 20 April, 
1815. M.A. 4 March, 1818. 

Born 13th Oct. 1793. Vicar of Marston St Lawrence, 1840 to 
1850 : assumed the name and arms of Shuckburgh on becom- 
ing owner of Bourton Hall, Warwick : he is buried at Bourton- 
on-Dunsmore, where there is the following inscription, 
" Sacred to the memory of the Rev. Charles Blencowe Shuck- 
burgh, formerly of Marston St Lawrence, in the County of 
Northampton. For 25 years residential proprietor of the 
Bourton -on-Dunsmore Estate. He departed this life 28th day 
of October 1875, aged 82." 
Brother of Edward B. 1823. 

Phineas Williams. Born at Rhayader in Radnorshire, aged 
18. Admitted Servitor 24 May, 1811. Admitted Clerk 
the same day. Resigned Clerkship 23 Dec. 1814. Name 
replaced on list of Servitors. 

Son of William W. (M.). Pigott and Goodridge Exhibi- 
tioner 1811, 1812, 1813, 1814. Hody (Hebrew) Exhibi- 
tioner 1811 to 1815. C.JE. account closed circa 1817. 

Samuel Wootton (Wootten) Perkins. Gen. fil. Born 
at Leek Wootton near Warwick, aged 16 years. Ad- 
mitted OL 19 June, 1811. B.A. 6 Dec. 1815. Name 
removed 23 May, 1823. 

Son of James P. (M.). M.A. 22 Jan. 1818. 
Rector of Stockton, Warwick, 1822 to 1830. 

Thomas Griffiths. Gen. fil. Son of Thomas Griffiths. 
Born in the Parish of St Peter, Bristol, aged 17 years. 
Admitted (ft. 22 June, 1811. Elected .. 30 June, 1812. 
B.A. 3 May, 1815. Elected $.,#. 30 June, 1819. Pre- 
sented to the Rectory of Limington in Somersetshire 



254 WARDEN TOURNAY. [1811. 

1837. His year of grace expired 1838, when his name 
was replaced in list of (ft. 

Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1812 to 181 5. Wills Medical 
Scholar 1814 to 1816. Second Class (Div. ii.), Litt. Hum. 
Easter Term 1815. M.A. 5 July, 1821. Elected Bursar 
23 April, 1824 and each year till 1827 and again in 1829 
and 1830 : in 1831 he became Sub-Warden and held the 
office till 1836-37. He was Deputy Bursar for 1830, 
1831, 1832 and 1834, and Deputy Moderator of Phil- 
osophy for 1833. 

Died 31 March, 1849, the living of Limington being filled up 
on 30 May. His arms are in the windows both of the Ante- 
chapel and the Hall or, a lion rampant gules. 
Donor of Plate to the College. 

Thomas Amory. Gen. fil. Son of Thomas Amory. Born 
at South Moulton, Devon, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 3 July, 
1811. B.A. 20 April, 1815. Name removed 12 Dec. 
1815. 

Second Class (Div. ii.), Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1815. 

Arthur Harry Farwell. Arm. til. Son of George 
Farwell. Born at Totnes, Devon. Admitted (ft. 3 July, 
1811. Name removed 22 Nov. 1818. 

"Died 28 April, 1837, at the residence of Scoble Willesford 
Esq., Tavestock, of consumption, aged 41, Rev. A. H. F. of 
Diptford, Devon." (G. Mag.) 

Archibald Charles Henry Morrison. Son of Archibald 
Morrison, Esq. Born at Marybone, London. Admitted 
(ft. 17 Oct. 1811, aged 18. B.A. 13 May, 1815. M.A. 
27 March, 1820. 

Second Class (Div. ii.), Litt. Hum. and First Class, Math. 
Easter Term 1815. (I.Jtt. account closed Christmas 
1836. 

"Died 31 Oct. 1866, Rev. A. C. H. M. for twenty years Rector 
of Sezincote and Vicar of Longborough, Gloucester." (G. Mag.} 

Thomas Ward. Gen. fil. Son of Isaac Ward. Born at 
Leominster in Herefordshire. Admitted (ft. 17 Nov. 
1811. Name removed 1 April, 1812 and he had a 
certificate of his standing for admission at Cambridge. 

Son of Isaac W. of St James, Westminster, aged 23 (M.). 



1811-12.] WARDEN TOURNAY. 255 

Samuel Birch. Gen. fil. Son of Samuel Birch, aged 18. 
Born at Cheddar in Somersetshire. Admitted JF.(!T. 
21 Nov. 1811. Name removed 23 Sept. 1813. 

Charles Bulkeley (Buckley) Rosenberg. Aged 19. 
Son of Charles Kosenberg, gentleman. Born at Bath, 
admitted <#. 21 Nov. 1811. S.C.L. Name removed. 

(.JE. account closed Lady Day 1817. 

William Gilbee. Gen. til. Son of William Gilbee, of the 
Parish of Pancras, in the County of Middlesex, aged 18. 
Admitted JF.<JL 6 Dec. 1811. Name removed April, 
1813. 



1812. 

George Morgan. Son of the Eev. William Morgan. Born 
at Newent, Gloucestershire, aged 21. Admitted Servitor 
27 Jan. 1812. Admitted Clerk 28 Jan. 1812. Eesigned 
his Clerkship 24 Sept. 1812 and migrated to St Mary 
Hall. 

Pigott and Goodridge Exhibitioner 1812. His (ST.JE. was 
restored 27 Oct. 1812. B.A. 17 May, 1815. M.A. 
11 Feb. 1819. 

Educated at the Crypt School, Gloucester. Vicar of Stoke St 
Milburgh, Salop, 1819, died there 16 Dec. 1867. (G. Mag.) 

Henry Eve. Gen. fil. Son of Henry Eve, aged 17. Born 
at Latchworth in Herefordshire. Admitted <. 5 Feb. 
1812. Went to Magdalen College, Cambridge, 28 April, 
1814. 

He graduated B.A. 1816. M.A. 1821. 
Rector of South Ockendon, Essex, 1819. 

Francis Nicholas. Son of Eev. George Nicholas D.C.L. 
(matr. 1781) aged 16. Born at Ealing in Middlesex. 
Admitted OT. Mareb 20, 1812. B.A. "17 May, 1815. 
M.A. 17 Dee. 1818. 



256 WARDEN TOURNAY. [1812. 



Goodridge Exhibitioner 1812, 1813. D.C.L. 28 Nov. 1839. 
(tt.JE. account closed Christmas 1852. 

Son of George N. 1781, and brother of Tressilian G. N. 1839. 

John Manley. Son of Captain John Manley of the Royal 
Navy. Born at Shobrook near Crediton, Devon, aged 18 
years. Admitted <. 8 April, 1812. Elected . 30 June, 
1812. B.A. 1 June, 1816. Elected $.JF. 30 June, 

1819. Resigned his Jf. (previously to his marriage) 
22 Dec. 1823. Name transferred to list of Commoners. 

Gerard Exhibitioner 1812. Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 
1812 to 1816. Second Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 
1816. M.A. 5 July, 1821. 

" Died 13 March, 1865 at Crediton, Kev. J. M. Rector of Hittis- 
leigh, Devon, and for upwards of 33 years Head Master of 
Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School, Crediton." (G. Mag.) 

Charles Forward. Son of Samuel Forward, Esq. Born at 
Axminster, Devon, aged 17. Admitted (ft. 8 April, 
1812. B.A. 27 April, 1818. M.A. 7 Nov. 1823. 
Name removed 9 July, 1824. 

" Vicar of Wappenbury, Warwick 1823 to 1846." (F.) Rector 

of North Porton, Dorset, 2 April, 1846. Rector of Bettiscombe, 

Dorset 1851, " died 24 Sept. 1857." (F.) 

Brother of Edward Cook F. 1799. 

James Babb. Arm. fil. Son of Thomas Babb. Born at 
Newton Abbott, Devon, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 8 April, 
1812. B.A. 5 June, 1816. Name removed 8 Nov. 1816. 
Re-admitted 3 Feb. 1821. 

Second Class (Div. ii), Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1815. M.A. 
1 May, 1823. .&. account closed 6 Feb. 1846. 
Brother of Thomas B. 1803. 

Wadham Harbin. Son of the Rev. John Harbin (1784). 
Born at Studland in the Isle of Purbeck, Dorset, aged 15. 
Admitted (ft. 23 June, 1812. Elected *. as Founder's 
Kin, 30 June, 1813. B.A. 19 June, 1817. Elected 
$.JF. as Founder's Kin, 30 June, 1818. M.A. 18 Dec. 

1820. Presented to the Rectory of Esher, 1828. His 
year of grace expired 27 Nov. 1829. Name replaced 
on list of Commoners and auuin removed. 



1812.] WARDEN TOURNAY. '257 

Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1814 to 1815. Second Class, 
Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1817. Elected Sub-Dean 
annually from 1819 to 1828, during which period 
Symons, Johnson and J. P. Griffith were successively 
Deputies. Elected Proctor 15 Feb. 1826. (H.|E. account 
closed Christmas 1851. 

Died 9 Jan. 1870. The arms of Harbin are in the "Windows 
of the Hall Azure, a saltire voided between 3 cronels Or. 

Peter Gramer (Graeme) Blencowe. Son of Samuel 
Blencowe, Esq. Born at Marston St Lawrence near 
Brackley, Northamptonshire, aged 17. Admitted (ft. 
30 June, 1812. Elected . 30 June, 1813. B.A. 
27 June, 1816. Elected ^.JF. 30 June, 1819. Ptesigned 
his Jf. 29 June, 1821. Name transferred to list of (It. 
Name removed 8 June, 1827. 

Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1814 to 1816. 

Born 21 Oct. 1794. Educated at Charterhouse. Rector of 
Putley, Herefordshire (1839), where he is buried with this 
inscription, 

" In Memory of 
The Rev. Peter Gramer Blencowe 

late Rector of this Parish 
who died 10th of May 1865, in the 

71st year of his age." 

" I must work the works of Him that sent me while it is day. 
The night cometh when no man can work." 

Robert Bovey. Son of John Bovey, Esq. Born at Buck- 
fastleigh, Devon, aged 18 years. Admitted (ft. 2 July, 
1812. Name removed 23 Dec. 1814. 

William Wills. Son of Samuel Wills, Esq. Born at Crew- 
kerne in Somersetshire. Admitted (C. 2 July, 1812. 
Name removed 19 Nov. 1819. 

Second Class (Div. ii.), Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1816. B.A. 
13 June, 1816. M.A. 25 June, 1819. 

Vicar of Holcombe Bogus, Somerset, 1824, "died 8 Aug. 

1875." (F.) 

Brother of John W. 1801. 

R 



258 WARDEN TOURNAY. [1812. 

Julius William Brockman. Cler. fil. Son of Julius 
Drake Brockman. Born at Cheriton near Hythe in Kent 
6 May, 1795. Admitted (ft. 2 July, 1812. Name 
removed 24 Dec. 1812. 

Benjamin Bowden Dickinson. Arm. fil. Son of John 
Dickinson. Born at Tiverton, Devon, aged 18. Admitted 
JF.OT. 15 Oct. 1812. Name removed 2 June, 1813. 

Educated at Eton. 

Of Knightshayes and Bradfield House, Devon, J.P., D.L. 
High Sheriff 1824, assumed the name of Walrond, 21 April, 
1845 ; died 15 July, 1851. 

John Curran Sampson. Arm. fil. Son of William 
Sampson. Born at Belfast in Ireland, aged 18. Ad- 
mitted <. 16 Nov. 1812. Name removed 8 April, 1813. 

"Not being a native of Great Britain he paid 60 
Caution Money." 

Samuel Gurlewis Lord. Gen. fil. Son of Walter Lord. 
Born at Tooting, Surrey, aged 19. Admitted (JL 1 Dec. 
1812. B.A. 5 Dec. 1816. M.A. 27 April, 1820. B.D. 
15 March, 1827. D.D. 19 May, 1830. Name removed 
Christmas 1830. 

Second Class, Math. Mich. Term 1816. 

Rector of Farmborough, Somerset, 1853. " Died 21 March, 
1867." (F.) 

Daniel Miller. Gen. fil. Son of George Miller. Born at 
Bath, aged 20. Admitted OL 8 Dec. 1812. B.A. 
28 May, 1819. Name removed 18 Feb. 1820. 

William Piguenit Wait. Cler. fil. Son of William 

Wait. Born 10 Oct. 1792 in the parish of St Augustine, 
Bristol. Admitted <. 15 Dec. 1812. Name removed 
30 March, 1814. 

OT.JE. restored 17 Oct. 1816. 

Rector of Norton Malreward and Chewstoke, Somerset, 1819 ; 
resigned in 1869 : died soon after at Bournemouth, buried at 
Chewstoke with this inscription, 



1812-13.] WARDEN TOURNAY. '259 

The Rev. William Piguenit Wait 
50 years Rector of this Parish 

Born 1792 

Died Oct. 22, 1870. 

Resting in Hope. 

" I have loved thee with an everlasting love, therefore with 
loving kindness have I drawn thee." 



1813. 

Francis Harriman Hutton. Son of the Eev. James 
Hutton. Born at Exeter. Admitted Servitor 23 Feb. 
1813, and Clerk the same day. Kesigned his Clerkship 
and was admitted (ft. 19 June, 1815. Name removed 
3 March, 1820. Keplaced 27 Feb. 1824. Eemoved again 
21 Sept. 1824. 

Pigott and Goodridge Exhibitioner 1813, 1814. Gerard 
Exhibitioner 1814. Second Class, Litt. Hum. Easter 
Term 1817. B.A. 28 May, 1817. M.A. 5 March, 1824. 

Joseph Palmer Griffith. Son of the Rev. John Griffith, 
D.D. Born at Warminster, Wilts, aged 16. Admitted 
01. 14 Jan. 1813. Elected . 30 June, 1813. Admitted 
26 Oct. 1813. B.A. 31 Jan. 1818. Elected ^.Jf. 30 June, 
1820. M.A. 28 Jan. 1822. Eesigned tf. previous to 
marriage 1830. Name replaced on list of (. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1815. Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 
1813 to 1818. Second Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 
1817. Elected Humanity Lecturer 1821 ; Dean 1822 to 
1827 (Johnson, deputy); Bursar 1828 (Symons, deputy) ; 
Dean 1829 and 1830 (T. Griffiths, deputy), till Vores 
was elected in his place 21 Oct. 1831. <.JE. account 
closed Christmas 1863. 

His arms are in the Windows of the Hall Gules, on a fess 
dancette Argent between 6 lions rampant Or 3 martlets sable. 
"Died 4 Nov. 1863, aged 66, Rev. J. P. G. Vicar of Norton 
Bavent, Wilts." (G. Mag.) 

George Frederick Parry. Son of George Parry, Esq. 
Born at Tellicherrv in the East Indies, aged 18. Ad- 



260 WARDEN TOURNAY. [1813. 

mitted (ft. 8 Feb. 1813. Name removed (on his removal 
to Trinity College, Cambridge) 4 May, 1813. 

He graduated B.A. 1817. M.A. 1822. 

" Called to the Bar (Lincoln's Inn) 1821." (F.) 

Henry Crichton Agnew. Son of John Agnew, Esq. Born 
in Marylebone Parish in London, aged 15. Admitted 
<. 18 Feb. 1813. Name removed 27 Oct. 1814. 

Maddox Exhibitioner 1813. 

Richard Greaves. Son of Charles Greaves, gentleman. 
Born in Cheapside, London, aged 19. Admitted (JT. 
4 March, 1813. B.A. 5 June, 1816. M.A. 16 June, 1820. 

Second Class, Litt. Hum. and Second Class, Math. Easter 
Term 1816. (JT.p. account closed Lady Day 1832. 

In Holy Orders : " died 28 March, 1870." (F.) 
Father of Richard W. G. 1849. 

Thomas Fryer Jennings. Son of Thomas Jennings, Esq. 
Born at Chepstow, Monmouthshire, aged 22. Admitted 
<. 26 March, 1813. B.A. 5 June, 1816. M.A. 1 July, 
1819. Name removed 8 March, 1822. 

Second Class, Litt. Hum. and Second Class, Math. Easter 
Term 1816. 

Incumbent of Flax-Bourton, Somerset, 1844. 

Arthur Johnson. Son of the Rev. Henry Johnson. Born 
in the parish of St Chad, Shrewsbury, aged 15. Ad- 
mitted (!T. 8 April, 1813. Elected <&. 30 June, 1813. 
Admitted 26 Oct. 1813. Elected $.JF. 30 June, 1821. 
Resigned his ,-fF. June, 1829, when his name was re- 
placed in list of (?T. 

Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1813 to 1818. Maddox Exhi- 
bitioner 1815. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1814, 1816, 
1817, 1818. Warner Exhibitioner 1819. First Class, 
Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1817. B.A. 22 Oct. 1817. 
M.A. 3 July, 1822. Elected Humanity Lecturer 1822 
to 1827; Deputy Dean 1823 to 1827; Deputy Catechist 
and Deputy Sub-Dean 1824 to 1827. Rawlinsonian 



1812.] WARDEN TOURNAY. 261 

Professor of Anglo-Saxon 1827 to 1829. (.JE. account 

closed 25 May, 1832. 

At Rampisham, Dorset is a stained glass window " In memory 
of A. Johnson Danyell, who died 12 Dec. 1853, aged 55." He 
assumed the name of Danyell after his marriage with the 
daughter and heir of John D. Lord of the Manor of Rampis- 
ham. His arms are in the Windows of the Hall Sable, on a 
bend Or between 2 manacles Argent 3 pheons Gules. 

Henry Sissmore. Son of Broadfield Sissmore. Born in the 
parish of St Andrew, Holborn, aged 18 years. Admitted 
Or. 8 April, 1813. B.A. 12 Dec. 1817. M.A. 16 June, 
1820. Name removed I Feb. 1821. 

In Holy Orders : died 6 Sept. 1847. (G. Mag.) 

Richard Higgs. Son of Kichard Higgs, Esq. Born at 
Upminster, near Rumford, Essex, aged 17. Admitted 
<. 9 April, 1813. B.A. 13 May, 1818. Name removed 
15 May, 1818. 

Thomas Whitehead Cockell. Son of Nicholas Cockell, 
Esq. Born at Westbury Leigh, near Westbury, Wilts, 
aged 18. Admitted (ft. 28 April, 1813. Name removed 
5 March, 1824. 

B.A. 24 Oct. 1816. M.A. 13 March, 1823. 
In Holy Orders : "died 31 July, 1870." (F.) 

William Shaw. Son of John Shaw, Esq. Born at Bath 
in Somersetshire, aged 15. Admitted <. 11 June, 1813. 
Name removed 27 June, 1815. 

Gerard Exhibitioner 1813. Somerscales Exhibitioner 1814. 
Called to the Bar (Inner Temple) 22 Nov. 1833. 

John Henry Hogarth. Son of Henry Spence Hogarth, 
Esq. Born at Kickmansworth, Herts. Admitted as 
Jf.tfu at Emmanuel College, Cambridge 28 April, 1813. 
where he graduated LL.B. 11 June, 1819. Admitted (*. 
of Wadham College, 16 Nov. 1.824. Incorp. B.C.L. 
24 Nov. 1824, aged 37. D.C.L. 25 Nov. 1824. Name 
removed 17 July, 1829. 

" Died 13 July, 1863 at St Servan, France, Rr.v. J. II. IT. 
D.C.L. late of Ford Place, Stiftbrd, Essex, J.1V (<"!. Ma*/.) 



262 WARDEN TOURNAY. [1813. 

James Hall. Son of James Hall, gentleman. Born at 
Hungerford, Berks, aged 16. Admitted (fl*. 21 June, 

1813. B.A. 12 Nov. 1817. M.A. 3 Feb. 1820. Name 
removed 6 April, 1827. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1813. Somerscales Exhibitioner 

1814. Second Class, Litt. Hum. Mich. Term 1817. 

Vicar of Great Bedwyn, Wilt?, 1822 to 1826 ; Eector of West 
Tanfield, Yorks, 1826, " died 30 March, 1873." (F.) 

Charles Griffith. Son of liev. F. Thomas Griffith. Born 
at Andover, Hants : aged 18 on 26 June, 1813. Admitted 
OL 18 Oct. 1813. B.A. 16 May, 1817. M.A. 27 April, 
1820. Name removed 25 Aug. 1820. Name replaced 
29 Jan. 1824. Removed 6 April, 1827. 

Father of Charles M. G. 1849. 

Robert Strong. Son of the Rev. Robert Strong. Born at 
Barnes, Surrey, aged 17. Admitted OL 17 Oct. 1813. 
B.A. 5 Dec. 1817. Name removed 19 Dec. 1823. 

M.A. 2 May, 1823. 

Vicar of Painswick, Glouc. 1823 ; died 26 Jan. 1856, aged 60. 
Father of Robert S. 1841. 

James Fowle. Son of John Fowle, gentleman. Born at 
Rainham in Kent, aged 17. Admitted <. 6 Nov. 1813. 
Name removed 25 March, 1825. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1814. B.A. 17 June, 1818. M.A. 
21 May, 1823. 

Vicar of Pebworth (1825) and Quinton (1826) Glouc. : " died 
26 Dec. 1875." (F.) 

Joseph Dornford. Son of Josiah Dornford, Esq. Born at 
Deptford in Kent, aged 19. Admitted of Trinity College, 
Cambridge - - May, 1809. Admitted <. of Wadham 
College 4 Dec. 1813. B.A. 13 June, 1816. Elected 
Michel jj). of Queen's College. Elected Jf. of Oriel 
College. 

About 1810 he joined the Army in Spain as a volunteer 
and served with it till the close of the Peninsular 



1813-14.] WARDEN TOURNAY. 263 

Campaign; being coldly received at Cambridge on his 
return he migrated to Oxford where he was known as 
" Corporal Joe." First Class, Litt. Hum. and Second 
Class, Math. Easter Term 1816. M.A. 2 June, 1820. 
Proctor 1830. Presented to the College Bectory of 
Plymtree, Devon 1832. 

Prebendary of Exeter 2 Oct. 1847 ; "died 18 Jan. 18fi7." (F.) 

William Morgan Williams. Son of the Eev. John 
Williams. Born at West Lavington in Wilts, aged 16. 
Admitted <. 14 Dec. 1813. B.A. 9 Dec, 1819. M.A. 
27 April, 1820. Name removed 4 July, 1821. 



1814. 

John James Golden Dowland. Son of the Eev. James 
Dowland. Born at Whitchurch, Dorset, 20 Nov. 1795. 
Admitted OL 22 Feb. 1814. 

B.A. 23 March, 1819. S.C.L. Name removed 8 May, 1829. 

Vicar of Broad winsor, Dorset, 16 Dec. 1828 ; died 15 March, 
1838, aged 42 (Hutchins). 

William Henry George. Son of the Ptev. William George. 
Born at Cannington near Bridgwater, Somersetshire, aged 
18. Admitted (tf. 9 March, 1814. Name removed 
31 Aug. 1818. 

Admitted JF.OT. of Peterhouse, Camb : 10 Nov. 1818, 
graduated LL.B. 1820. 

Rector of Spaxton, Somerset, 1823. 

"Jan. 18, 1846, died suddenly in the pulpit, after giving out 

the text of a funeral sermon, Rev. W. H. G." (G. Mag.) 

Henry Bartleet. Son of William Bartleet. Born at 

Kedditch, Worcestershire, aged 21. Admitted (ft. 

21 March, 1814. Left Oxford to enter at Cambridge 
6 Oct. 1814. 

H.] 1 ,. graduated B.A. of Queens' College, Cambridge, 1818. 



264 WARDEN TOURNAY. [1814. 

William Henry Baylis. Son of William Baylis, Esq. 
Born in Bristol, aged 17. Admitted (ft. 22 March, 1814. 
Died May, 1818. Name removed 10 June, 1818. 

Second Class, Math. Easter Term 1817- B.A. 28 May, 1817. 

William Montague. Son of Charles Montague, Esq. 
Born at Camberwell, Surrey, aged 17. Admitted (ft. 
22 April, 1814. Name removed 23 Jan. 1817. 

Thomas Coleman Welch. Son of the Rev. Thomas Welch. 
Born at Pattishall near Towcester, Northamptonshire. 
Admitted (ft. 26 April, 1814. Went to Lincoln College 
for an Exhibition 16 Dec. 1815. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1814. Crewe Exhibitioner of 
Lincoln College 31 Jan. 1816. B.A. 9 June, 1819. 

Educated at Rugby. Vicar of Pattishall (second portion) and 
Rector of Slapton, Northants, 1820. These livings were held 
for him by permission of the Bishop of Peterborough, till he 
was of Canonical age by Charles Rowe, Fellow of Lincoln, who 
resigned them Oct. 1820. " Died 8 Nov. 1872." (F.) 

Donald Cameron. Son of Charles Cameron, M.B. of 
Worcester. Born at Worcester. Admitted (ft. 11 May, 
1814. Elected . 30 June, 1814. B.A. 19 Nov. 1818. 
Elected ^.,-ff. 30 June, 1821. Vacated his ,-Jf. by 
marriage 18 April, 1822. Name replaced on list of (ft. 
Name removed 15 Nov. 1822. Re-admitted 27 June, 
1825. Name removed 10 Dec, 1830. 

Hody (Plebrew) Exhibitioner 1815 to 1820. Goodridge 
Exhibitioner 1819. Second Class, Litt. Hum. Mich. Term 
1818. M.A. 30 June, 1825. 

Educated at Rugby. Rector of Snitterfield, Warw : 1840 ; died 
14 Jan. 1877, aged 80. 

Richard Longfield Vowell. Son of Richard Vowell, Esq. 
Born at Bath, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 17 May, 1814. 
Elected . 30 June, 1814. Expelled 11 Dec. 1815. 

William Page Richards Beedle. Son of Thomas Boodle. 
Born at Silverton, Devon, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 



1814.] WARDEN TOURNAY. 265 

20 May, 1814. Admitted Clerk 18 Jan. 1815. Eesigned 
Clerkship 12 Dec. 1815. Name replaced in list of (ft. 
12 Dec. 1815. B.A. 22 May, 1819. Account of his death 
in Madeira received 2 March, 1821. 

Pigott and Goodridge Exhibitioner 1815. 

William Henry Deverell. Son of Samuel Deverell, Esq. 
Born at Winchester, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 4 July, 1814. 
B.A. 27 Jan. 1820. Name removed 13 Feb. 1824. 

Second Class, Litt. Hum. Mich. Term 1818. 

Edward Lloyd Lewis. Son of the Eev. Davis Lewis. 
Born at Oswestry in Shropshire, aged 19. Admitted (ft. 

8 July, 1814. Name removed 2 Feb. 1816. 

Charles Girdlestone. Son of Samuel Eainbow Girdlestone, 
Esq. Born in the Liberty of the Eolls, London. Ad- 
mitted (ft. 10 Oct. 1814. B.A. 22 May, 1818. Elected 
,-fF. of Balliol College 29 Nov. 1818. 

Aged 17 (M.). Goodridge Exhibitioner 1815. Hody 
(Greek) Exhibitioner 1816 to 1818. Hody (Hebrew) 
Exhibitioner 1815 to 1819. He received prizes for merit 
both in Greek and Hebrew July, 1818. First Class, Litt. 
Hum. and Second Class, Math. Easter Term 1818. M.A. 

9 June, 1821. Examiner in Litt. Hum. 1825 to 1826. 
Select Preacher 1825 and 1829. 

Vicar of Sedgley, Staff. 1826, of Alder-ley dies. 1837 to 1847. 
Rector of Kingswinfcml 1847 to 1877. Author of numerous 
religious works. 
Father of Edward D. G. 1847. 

George Anthony Moore. Son of the Eev. George Moore. 
Born at Grampound, Cornwall, aged 19. Admitted 
jF.(ft. 19 Oct. 1814. Name removed 24 Oct. 1819. 

B.A. 28 May, 1819. 

Vicar of Talk-of-the-Hill, Staff. 1843 ; died at Porchester, 
Hants, aged 64, 13 Sept. 1859. 

Richard BetheU. Aged 14. Born at Bradford, Wilts. 
Son of Eichard Bethell, D.M. Admitted (ft. 18 Oct. 1814. 



266 WARDEN TOURNAY. [1814. 

Elected &. 30 June, 1815. B.A. 22 May, 1818. Elected 
^.JF. 30 June, 1822. Married 19 Nov. 1825. Name 
transferred to list of (ft. 

Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1815 to 1819. Goodridge Ex- 
hibitioner 1816 to 1819. Maddox Exhibitioner 1817. 
Wills (Law) Exhibitioner 1816 probably till 1821. 
First Class, Litt. Hum. and Second Class, Math. Easter 
Term 1818. M.A. 28 June, 1822. Created D.C.L. 
20 June, 1860. 

Born 30 June, 1800. Educated at Corsham School, near Bath. 
Called to the Bar (Middle Temple) 1823. Q.C. 1840. M.P. 
for Wolverhampton and Solicitor General, 1852. Attorney 
General, 1856. Lord Chancellor, created Baron Westbury, 
1861 ; resigned 1865 ; died 20 July, 1873. 

His Arms Argent, on a chevron engrailed Azure between 3 
boar's heads, couped sable an estoile Or are in the Windows of 
the Antechapel and his bust stands in the College Hall. 
There is also a monument to his memory in the Antechapel 
with this inscription, 

Honoratissimi Domini Ricardi Baronis Westbury, hujusce 
Collegii olim Socii, Qui patre medico Ricardo Bethell Bradfor- 
dia> in agro Wiltonensi natus quum disciplinis Academicis 
faustissime, Forensibus diligentissime studuisset, Juris Con- 
sultus inter primaries extitit primarius ; denique ad digni- 
tatem Sumnii Magiue Britannia^ Cancellarii evectus est. 
Fortunarum vero suarum principium ab eo die memor 
repetebat quo annum a;tatis XV. conficiens Scholaris Collegii 
Wadhami renunciatus est. Decessit Londini Anno Dom : 
MDCCCLXXIII, ;etat : LXXTI. 

Henry Barrow Evans. Aged 18. Son of Charles Evans 
Esq. Born at - , Gloucestershire. Admitted (ft. 
28 Oct. 1814. B.A. 19 Nov. 1818. M.A. 9 June, 1821. 
Name removed 4 July, 1821. 

Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1816 to 181 9. 

"Died 18 Jan. 1856 at Ventnor, Rev. H. B. Evans of Hygrove, 
near Gloucester." (G. Mag.) 

Thomas Finlow. Aged 17. Son of Thomas Finlow, Esq. 
Born at Burton-on-Trent, Staffordshire. Admitted (JT. 
3 Nov. 1814. Elected . 30 June, 1815. B.A. 26 Nov. 



1814-15.] WARDEN TOURNAY. 267 

1818. Elected ^.-Jf. 30 June, 1824. J^. 30 June, 1825. 
Died 3 (? 8) Sept. 1826. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1816 to 1819. Hody (Greek) Ex- 
hibitioner 1816 to 1819. Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 
1819 to 1824. Second Class, Litt. Hum. and Second 
Class, Math. Mich. Term. 1818. M.A. 9 July, 1824. 

Rector's Curate of St Johns, Manchester. 

Ralph Piggott Ince. Aged 17. Son of James Piggott Ince, 
Esq. Born at Wymondley in Hertfordshire. Admitted 
OL 6 Dec. 1814. Left the University 19 Oct. 1815. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1815. 

William (Hewlett) Trim. Aged 18. Son of George 
Trim, gentleman. Born at Beer near Sherborn, Dorset. 
Admitted OT. 14 Dec. 1814. B.A. 9 Dec. 1819. M.A. 
21 June, 1821. Name removed 4 July, 1821. 

Rector of Sandford Orcas, Somerset, 1832, died 25 March, 1870. 

Henry St Andrew St John. Aged 18. Born at Parton, 
Worcestershire. Son of the Rev. John Francis Hemming 
St John. Admitted OL 15 Dec. 1814. B.A. 10 Dec. 
1818. M.A. 3 Oct. 1821. Name removed 21 June, 1822. 

Born 30 Nov. 1796. Educated at Westminster. Incumbent of 
Putney 1821 to 1834. Vicar of Addingham, Cumb : 1834 to 
1838. Rector of Hilton, Dorset, 1838 ; died 2 Dec. 1874. 
Brother of George St J. 1817 and father of Richard F. St A. 
St J. 1858. 

William Carpenter Rishton Ray. Aged 18. Son of 
the Rev. William Carpenter Hay. Born at Boreham near 
Chelmsford in Essex. Admitted (ft. 16 Dec. 1814. Name 
removed 19 Dec. 1817. 

Incumbent of Canvey Island, Essex, 1836. Rector of Eastwood 
Essex, 1857 ; died 7 Nov. 1866, aged 70. 



1815. 

Henry Thomas Burne. Son of Henry Burne, gentleman. 
Born in Corimill, London, aged 15. Admitted (JT. 
27 Jan. 1815. Name removed 24 Jan. 1816. 



268 WARDEN TOURNAY. [1815. 

Charles Paget. Son of the Rev. William Paget. Born at 
Barnet in Middlesex. Admitted ^.(tf. 3 Feb. 1815. 
Name removed 23 Jan. 1816. 

Thomas Coombe. Son of the Rev. Dr Coombe. Born in 
the parish of St George's, Hanover Square, London, aged 
18. Admitted <. 9 Feb. 1815. Name removed 19 June, 
1817. Went to Peterhouse, Cambridge. 

Admitted JF.<. of Peterhouse 17 Nov. 1818. B.A. 1821 
M.A. 1824 

Stokeham Huthwaite. Son of Stokeham Huthwaite, Esq. 
Born at Nottingham, aged 18. Admitted (#. 10 April, 
1815. S.C.L.. Name removed 8 May, 1829. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1816. Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 
1816 to 1817. Second Class, Litt. Hum. Mich. Term 
1820. 

Entered Rugby School, 1812. 

James Buchanan. Son of James Buchanan, gentleman. 
Born at Gloucester, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 11 May, 
1815. Name removed 17 May, 1821, replaced 9 July, 
1823. B.A. 11 Feb. 1819. M.A. 21 Feb. 1823. Name 
removed 1 June 1821 sic. 

Maddox Exhibitioner 1818. Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 
1818 to 1819. First Class, Litt. Hum. and Second Class, 
Math. Easter Term 1817. 

Thomas Fahie Horsford. Born in the Island of Antigua. 
Son of Valentine Horsford, Esq. Admitted (!T. 12 May, 
1815. B.A. 11 Feb. 1819. M.A. 27 June, 1821. Name 
removed 4 July, 1821. 

Aged 18 (M.). 

Died 22 Aug. 1872." (F.) 

William Baron. Son of Jasper Baron, gentleman. Born 
at Laneust in Cornwall, aged 18. Admitted <#. 13 May, 
1815. B.A. 3 Feb. 1820. Name removed 29 Feb. 1828. 

Second Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1819. 



1815.] WARDEN TOURNAY. 2ti9 



William Willox Feete. Son of William Peete, gentleman. 
Born at Dartford, Kent, aged 16. Admitted (ft, 20 June, 
1815. B.A. 7 Dec. 1819. M.A. 19 Nov. 1823. Name 
removed 9 July, 1824. 

Thomas Oliver Rogers. Son of Joseph Rogers, Esq. 
Born in the Parish of St Augustin, Bristol, aged 18. Ad- 
mitted (ft. 22 June, 1815. Name removed 18 Dec. 1817. 

William Calverley Curteis. Son of the Rev. Samuel 
Curteis, D.C.L. Born at Mountnessing in Essex, aged 
16. Admitted <. 23 June, 1815. Name removed for 
admission at Trinity Hall, Cambridge, 20 Oct. 1818. 
Admitted Pensioner, (Trinity Hall) 30 Jan. 1815 : removed 
his name, but was re-admitted Pensioner (from Wadham) 
23 Oct. Third Class, Civil Law 1818-19. LL.B. 1821. 
LL.D. 1826. 

Admitted to Doctors' Commons 3 Nov. 1826. 

Joel Broadhurst. Son of Isaac Broadhurst, Esq. Born at 
Nottingham, aged 16. Admitted (ft. 24 June, 1815. 
Admitted Clerk the same day, resigned Clerkship 2 Dec. 
1819. Name replaced on list of (ft. B.A. 18 Nov. 1819. 
M.A. 10 Oct. 1822. Died 9 June, 1826. 

Pigott and Goodridge Exhibitioner 1815 to 1819. Gerard 
Exhibitioner 1815 (being Great-Nephew of Dr Gerard) 
to 1819. Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1815 to 1816. 

Henry Boucher. Son of William Boucher, Esq., aged 17. 
Born at Salisbury. Admitted (ft. 24 June, 1815. B.A. 
6 May, 1819. M.A. 15 Nov. 1821. 

Second Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1819. (JT.JE. account 
closed Lady Day 1835. 

Rector of Hilton, Dorset, 21 Dec. 1821, resigned 1838 : of 
Thornhill House, near Stallbridge ; " died 25 Oct. 1880." (F.) 

Francis Aublay. Son of Pierre Aublay, Esq. Born at 
Philadelphia, aged 20. Admitted (ft. 5 July, 1815. 
Died. Name removed 22 March, . 

Henry Thomas Attkins. Son of Thomas Attkins, Esq. 
Born at Slough in Bucks, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 27 Oct. 
1815. B.A. 2 June, 1819. M.A. 14 Jan. 1822. Name 
removed 25 April, 1823. 



270 WARDEN TOURNAY. [1815. 

George Rivers Hunter. Son of the Eev. Eobert Hunter, 
D.D. Born at Burton Bradstock, Dorset, aged 19. 
Admitted (ft. 15 Nov. 1815. B.A. 2 June, 1819. Name 
removed Lady Day 1824. 

Second Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1819. 

Rector of Ockford Fitzpaine, Dorset, 23 Dec. 1820; "died 
26 May, 1872." (F.) 

George Tucker. Son of the Rev. George Tucker. Born at 
Axminster, aged 17. Admitted (ft. 25 Nov. 1815. S.C.L. 
2 June, 1819. Name removed 19 Dec. 1823. 

Henry Brown Newman. Son of the Rev. Edwin Sandys 
Newman. Born at Shepton Beauchamp, Somerset, aged 
17. Admitted (ft. 6 Dec. 1815. Elected g>. 30 June, 
1816. Elected ^.JF. 30 June, 1825. Presented to the 
Rectory of Little Bromley in Essex Feb. 1838. 
Vacated his $f. by marriage 27 Sept. 1838, when his 
name was replaced upon list of (ft. 

Second Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1819. B.A. 2 June, 
1819. M.A. 9 July, 1825. Elected Catechist 1826 to 
1829 and 1833 to 1837, but always had a deputy : as 
also when Moderator of Philosophy 1831 and 1832. He 
compounded 13 Feb. 1860. 

Donor of Plate to the College. 

He died 11 Jan. 1878 and has a monument at Little Bromley, 

with the following inscription, 

In affectionate remembrance of 

Henry Brown Newman, M.A. 

late Fellow of Waclham College, Oxford 

for 39 years Rector of this Parish 

born 29th April, 1798 

died llth Jan. 1878 

also of Elizabeth his wife 

daughter of John Hooper, Esq. 

of Henford Manor House, Yeovil 

born 24th Feb. 1806 

died 24th July, 1876. 

This tablet is erected by relatives and friends. 

Hebrews xiii. 7, 8. 



1815-16.] WARDEN TOURNAY. 271 

His arms are in the Windows of the Hall Quarterly, 
sable and Argent ; in the first and fourth 3 mullets of 
the second : on an inescutcheon Gules a portcullis imperially 
crowned Or. 

John Holden Harrison. Son of John Harrison, Esq., 
aged 19. Born at Aston near Birmingham. Admitted 
Or. 7 Dec. 1815. B.A. 14 June, 1819. Name removed 
7 Oct. 1828. 
M.A. 5 May, 1825. 

"Died 29 Sept. 1862, at Erdington, Rev. J. H. Harrison, 
Incumbent of Water Orton, aged 66." (G. Mag.) 

Charles Howard Whitehurst. Son of John Whitehurst, 
Esq. Born at Derby, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 14 Dec. 

1815. B.A. 2 June, 1819. Name removed 14 Nov. 
1829. 

Called to the Bar (Middle Temple) 8 Feb. 1822 : Q.C. 1844. 
Bencher of the Middle Temple ; " died 13 March, 1879." (F.) 

1816. 

Poyntz Stewart Ward. Son of the Eev. Poyntz Stewart 
Ward, aged 17. Born at Henley-in-Arden, Warwick- 
shire. Admitted &. 23 Jan. 1816. B.A. 2 June, 1820. 
Name removed 27 June, 1823. 

Richard White. Son of James White, gentleman. Born 
at Farringdon, Berks, aged 16. Admitted (. 25 Jan. 

1816, and Clerk the same day. Resigned his Clerkship 
and left College 26 Sept. 1816. 

Pigott and Goodridge Exhibitioner 1816. 

Charles John Hume. Son of Abraham Hume, Esq. Born 
at Bilton near Dunchurch, Warwickshire, aged 17. Ad- 
mitted OT. 24 April, 1816. Elected . 30 June, 1816. 
Elected $.JF. 30 June, 1824. Vacated Jf. by marriage 
9 April, 1830. Name replaced on list of (. 

Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1819 to 1821. Second Class, 
Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1821. B.A. 23 June, 1821. 



272 WARDEN TOURNAY. [1816. 

M.A. 25 June, 1826. Elected Humanity Lecturer 1828 
and 1829 and Catechist 1829, but had a deputy. (JT.JE. 
account closed Christmas 1839. 

Educated at Rugby. Rector of Meonstoke with Soberton, 

Hants, 1832, till his death, 25 July, 1893, aged 95. 

His arms are in the Windows of the Hall Vert, a lion 

rampant Argent. 

Father of Fredk. N. H. 1870. 

Henry Smith. Son of Henry Smith M.I)., born at Salis- 
bury, aged 15. Admitted 4L 24 April, 1816. Name 
removed 22 May, 1817. 

James Walter Workman. Son of Francis Workman, Esq. 
Born at Westbury near Bristol, aged 17. Admitted (C*. 
24 April, 1816. Dead. Name removed 3 Oct. 1817. 

Philip Gregson Harper. Son of Daniel Harper, Esq. 
Born at Tamworth, Leicestershire, aged 18. Admitted 
(jr. 9 May, 1816. B.A. 24 May, 1820. Name removed 

8 Aug. 1821. Re-admitted 9 July, 1824. Name 
removed again Michaelmas 1824. 

M.A. 5 June, 1824. 

Horace William Snow. Son of John Alexander Snow, 
Esq. Born at Lambeth, Surrey, aged 17. Admitted (fl*. 
31 May, 1816. Name removed 11 Dec. 1818. 

James Isaac Monypenny. Son of Thomas Monypenny, 
Born at in Sussex, aged 17. Admitted (ft. 10 June 
1816. B.A. 5 Dec. 1820. M.A. 5 May, 1825. 

Of Idel ? Iden (M.). C.JH. account closed Lady Day 1832. 
Vicar of Hadlow, 1841 to 1873 ; " died 14 Dec. 1881." (F.) 

Edward Robert Taylor. Son of George Taylor, Esq. 
Born at Madras in the East Indies, aged 18. Admitted 
OL 20 June, 1816. B.A. 20 May, 1820. Name removed 

9 May, 1828. 

M.A. 4 June, 1823. 

William Cookesley Thompson. Son of Henry Thomp- 
son, gentleman, aged 19. Born at Deal, Kent. Admitted 
<!T. 25 June, 1816. B.A. 12 Dec. 1820. M.A. 25 June, 
1824. Name removed 9 July, 1824. 



1816.] WARDEN TOURNAY. 273 

Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1817 to 1821. First Class, Litt. 
Hum. Michaelmas Term 1820. 

Tutor to the Duke of Hamilton. Rector of Blackborough 
Devon, 1839 to 1856. Eector of Wormley, Herts, 1856 to 1860. 
Rector of Washfield, Devon, ]860 to 1865. Rector of Silverton, 
Devon, 1865 to 1866. 

Faulin Barrett. Son of Paulin Barrett, Esq. Born at 
Appleton near Abingdom, Berks, aged 17. Admitted (ft. 
25 June, 1816. Admitted Clerk 23 Oct. 1816. Eesigned 
his Clerkship 22 Jan. 1820, when his name was replaced 
on list of (. Name removed 26 Nov. 1824. Ke- 
admitted 14 Nov. 1826. Kemoved again 3 July, 1829. 
Pigott and Goodridge Exhibitioner 1817, 1818, 1819. Hody 
(Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1816 to 1820. B.A. 8 May, 1828. 

Edward Harper Wainwright. Son of Thomas Wain- 
wright, Esq. Born at Dudley, Worcestershire, aged 17. 
Admitted <. 26 June, 1816. " B.A. 2 June, 1820. 

C.JE. account closed Michaelmas 1833. 

Rector of Acton Burnel, Salop, 1837 ; " died 6 Feb. 1864." (F.) 

John Green Jones. Son of Amos Jones, Esq. Born at 
Ross, aged 17. Admitted (Q*. 15 Oct. 1816. Name re- 
moved 12 March, 1819. 

Joseph Stroud. Son of William Stroud, Esq. Born at 
Bath, aged 21. Admitted OT. 17 Oct. 1816. B.A. 18 Dec. 
1820. Name removed 21 Jan. 1825. lie-admitted 
19 March, 1826. M.A. 8 July, 1826. 

Chaplain 14 Oct. 1831 to 1840. (JT.JE. account closed 
Christmas 1853. 

Incumbent of Williton, Som. Rector of Bondleigh, Devon, 
1854 ; died 21 Aug. 1855, aged 60. Uncle of Richard A. H. S. 
1838. 

Francis Pearson Walesby. Son of Erancis Walesby, 
Esq. Born at Louth in Lincolnshire, aged 18. Admitted 
OL 25 Oct. 1816. Elected . 30 June, 1817. Admitted 
25 Oct. 1817. B.A. 18 Dec, 1820. Elected Jf. of 
Lincoln, and name removed 29 May, 1824. 

s 



274 WARDEN TOURNAY. [1816. 

Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1818 to 1824. Goodridge Ex- 
hibitioner 1820, 1821. Warner Exhibitioner 1821. Wills 
(Law) Exhibitioner 1822. First Class, Litt. Hum. 
Michaelmas Term 1820. M.A. 20 May, 1824. B.C.L. 
10 May, 1827. liawlinsonian Professor of Anglo-Saxon 
1829 to 1834. Examiner in Law and Mod. Hist. 1857. 

" Called to Bar (Gray's Inn) 1826 ; died 5 Aug. 1858." (F.) 

Robert Riland Mendliam. Son of the Eev. (Joseph) 
Mendham. Born at Sutton-Coldfield, Warwickshire, 
aged 19. Admitted OL 12 Nov. 1816. B.A. 24 May, 
1820. Name removed Christmas 1820. 

M.A. 5 June, 1824. 

In Holy Orders : " died 15 June, 1857." (F.) 

John Herbert. Born at Blakeney, Gloucestershire, aged 
19. Admitted OL 20 Nov. 1816. B.A. 24 May, 1820. 
Name removed 13 April, 1821. Re-admitted 17 Nov. 
1823. M.A. 25 May, 1825. 

(tf.JE. account closed Midsummer 1837. 

In Holy Orders : of Wonastow, Monin. Father of George H. 
] 854. 

Samuel Brett Shirreff. Son of James Shirreff, Esq. Born 
at Deptford, Kent, aged 19. Admitted OL 3 Dec. 1816. 
B.A. 12 April, 1820. 

M.A. 21 April, 1830. OLJE. account closed Lady Day 1866. 

"Died 31 May, 1865, at Exmouth, Devon, aged 67, Eev. 
S. B. S., Rector of Berkswell-cum-Barston, Wanvic : youngest 
son of the late James Lmnsden S., Esq. of Stradmore, 
Cardigan." (G. Mag.) 

George Nutcombe Oxnam. Son of the liev. William 
Oxnam. Born in the parish of St Paul, near Penzance, 
Cornwall, aged 17. Admitted (. 12 Dec. 1816, 
Elected jf. of Exeter College 30 June, 1820. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1817, 1818. Maddox Exhibitioner 
1819." Second Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1820. 
I ',. A. 24 May, 1820. M.A. 13 June, 1823. Afterwards 
G. N. Oxen! mm. 



1816-17.] WARDEN TOURNAY. 275 



Called to the Bar (Lincoln's Inn) 22 Nov. 1825. Vacated JF. 
by marriage 1830 ; died 15 Dec. 1873. (Boase.) 

Brother of William 0. 1819. 

Henry Lingen. Son of the Eev. Henry Lingen (1783). 
Born in the parish of Abberley, Worcestershire, aged 17. 
Admitted OL 12 Dec. 1816. Name removed 10 Dec. 
1824 

Somerscales Exhibitioner 1817. 

In Holy Orders : of Abberley, Wore. 

Henry Chaytor. Son of Henry Chaytor, Esq. Born at 
Bath, aged 17. Admitted <. 14 Dec. 1816. Name 
removed 18 Dec. 1817. 

B.A. (St Mary Hall) 16 Nov. 1826. 

Incumbent of Croxdale, Durham, 1841, of Sunderland Bridge, 
Durham ; born 16 Jan. 1799 ; died s.p. 25 Feb. 1873. 

1817. 

John Hurt Barber. Son of John Barber, Esq. Born at 
Camberwell, Surrey, aged 23. Admitted (#. 15 March, 

1817. B.A. 24 May, 1820. M.A. 28 May, 1823. 

Second Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1820. (.JE. account 
closed Midsummer 1832. 

Rector of Little Stukely, Hunts, 1827 to 1860, died January, 
1872. His Arms are found in the Windows of the Antechapel 
" Or, between 3 neur de lys 2 chevronels Gules." 
Brother of Ambrose B. 1818. 

Charles Dickinson Hill. Son of John Bartlett Hill, Esq., 
aged 18. Bom at Clifton, Gloucestershire. Admitted 
OT. 25 March, 1817. Name removed 26 Nov. 1824. 

John Gethin. Son of John Gethin, Esq. Born in Dublin. 
Admitted (JT. 25 March, 1817. Admitted ,#.<. 31 Oct. 

1818. B.A. 24 May, 1820. Name removed 30 Oct. 
1829. 

Aged 18 (M.). 

Born Dec. 1798. Hi-h Sheriff of Sligo, 1827. 



27*3 WARDEN TOURNAY. [1817. 

James Wollen. Son of tlie Eev. William Wollen, D.I)., 
aged 18. Born at Bridgewater. Admitted (fl*. 28 March, 
1817. Name removed 7 May, 1818. 

Thomas Wadham. Son of John Wadham, Esq. Born in 
the parish of St Angustin, Bristol. Admitted . 
29 April, 1817. Name removed 3 Feb. 1819. 
Aged 20 (M.). 

Born 11 Aug, 1796. High Sheriff of Bristol ; died at Frenchay 
House, Glouc. 9 Feb. 1849. 
Father of John W. 1840. 

Robert Anstice. Son of Josiah Anstice, Esq., aged 17. Born 
at Stockland, Dorsetshire. Admitted <. 17 May, 1817. 
B.A. 24 Nov. 1820. Name removed 10 June, 1821. 

Zachary James Ed-wards. Son of Charles Edwards, Esq. 
Born at Chard, in Somersetshire, aged 17. Admitted <{. 
13 June, 1817. Elected . 30 June, 1817. Admitted 
25 Oct. 1817. Elected ^J.J^. 30 June, 1826. Vacated 
JF. by marriage 16 April, 1833. Name replaced on list 

of or. 

Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1819 to 1822. Goodridge 
Exhibitioner 1820, 1821. Somerscales Exhibitioner 
1821. Second Class, Litt. Hum. and Second Class, Math. 
Easter Term 1821. B.A. 4 Dec. 1821. M.A. 7 July, 
1827. Elected Catechist 1830 and 1831; Sub-Dean 
1832 (but always had a deputy). dT.JE. account closed 
Christmas 1841. 

Rector of Combe Pyne. Devon, 1842 to 1869. Rector of Mister- 
ton, Somerset 1869. Author of Ferns of the Axe. 
His arms are in the Windows of the Hall Gules, a chevron 
engrailed between 3 lion's heads erased Argent. 
Father of Zachary E. 1857. 

James Harwood Harrison. Son of llev. Henry Harrison. 
Born at Brockall, Northants, aged 17. Admitted CT. 
18 June, 1817. Name removed 2 Oct. 1818. 
Second Class, Litt. Hum. Mich. Term 1822. B.A. (Merton) 
8 Feb. 1823. M.A. 26 Oct. 1826. 

In Holy Orders : of Bugbrook, Northants. 

William Harding. Son of William Harding, Esq. Born 
in the parish of St Margaret, Westminster, aged 17. 



1817.] WARDEN TOURNAY. 277 

Admitted <. 20 June, 1817. Elected . 30 June, 1818. 
Elected ^.JF. 30 June, 1827. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1817. Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 
1818 to 1822. Second Class, Litt. Hum. Mich. Term 
1821. B.A. 28 Jan. 1822. M.A. 7 July, 1827. Elected 
Sub-Dean 1829; Humanity Lecturer 15 April, 1830; 
Bursar 16 June, 1831, also 1831, 1832, 1833; Deputy 
Catechist 1831 to 1836; Deputy Moderator of Philo- 
sophy 1835, 1836. Master of the Schools 1832-1833. 
Proctor 1834. Presented to Vicarage of Hockleigh 
3 May, 1837. He died 20 Oct. 1845, till which time 
his name remained on the College Books. 

There is an Altar Tomb for him and his wife in the churchyard 

at Hockleigh. His Arms are in the Windows of the Antechapel 

Azure : 3 boar's heads couped Argent. Donor of Plate to the 

College. 

Father of Edward H. 1858, John H. 1860, William H. 1861, 

and George T. H. 1862. 

Richard Davis. Son of liichard Davis, Esq. Born at 
Melcombe, Dorset, aged 19. Admitted (ft. 25 June, 
1817. 
<.JE. restored 1818. 

Gilbert Gilbert. Son of Philip Gilbert, Esq. Born in the 
parish of St Martin in the Fields, London, aged 18. 
Admitted <. 11 Oct. 1817. B.A. 15 May, 1822. M.A. 
11 Feb. 1824. B.D. 2 June, 1831. 

(H.JE. account closed Midsummer 1842. 

"Died atByfield Rectory, 16 Dec. 1862, Rev. G. G." 

(G. Mag.) 

Richard Messiter. Son of the Eev. John Messiter. Born 
at Wincanton in Somerset, aged 17. Admitted (ft. 
22 Oct. 1817. Name removed for appointment to an 
Exhibition at Corpus Christ! College 27 Aug. 1818. 

B.A. 20 June, 1821. M.A. 6 June, 1827. 

Incumbent of Caundle Stourton, Dorset 1830 to 1864. Rector 
of Caundle Marsh, 1828, of Caundle Purse, 1829, also, Rector of 
Bratton Si Maur, Dorset ; "died 15 May, 1885." (F.) 



278 WARDEN TOURNAY. [1817. 

Henry Rogers. Son of Daniel Eogers, Esq. Born at 
Lincoln, aged 19. Admitted of Sidney College, Cambridge 
hut did not reside and was not matriculated. Admitted 
<!L 28 Oct. 1817. Name removed 26 March, 1819. 

" Called to the Bar (Lincoln's Inn) 1825." (F.) 

John Warren Hayes. Son of Sir John Hayes, Baronet. 
Born at St James's Middlesex, aged 18. Admitted (. 
17 Nov. 1817. B.A. 15 Nov. 1821. M.A. 17 June, 
1824. 

Compounded 12 Feb. 1866. 

His father was M.D. Physician to the Duke of Clarence. He 
was born in Burlington St. 12 August, 1799, and educated at 
Harrow. He succeeded his brother as Baronet, 1851. Hector 
of Arborfield, Berks, 1839 to 1880. 

His Arms are in the Windows of the Antechapel Argent, 
a chevron Azure between 3 escutcheons Gules charged with a 
leopard's face Or. 

William Bond. Son of the Eev. William Bond. Born at 

Chiltern, Wilts, aged 18. Admitted <. 10 Dec. 1817. 

B.A. 20 June, 1821. M.A. 17 June, J824. Name re- 
moved 9 July, 1824. (Jl.Jtt. account closed and balance 
transferred to John B., Midsummer 1825. 

"Called to the Bar (Inner Temple) 1824 ; died Oct. 1846." (F.) 

Recorder of Poole and Wareham. 

Brother of John B. 1820, and son of William B. 1775. 

John Charles James Hoskyns Abrahall. Son of the 

Eev. John Hoskyns Abrahall. Born at Compton Marten, 
Somerset, aged 17. Admitted (.10 Dec. 1817. Elected 
$>. 30 June, 1819. B.A. 28 Feb. 1824. Vacated his . 
by marriage 1 Jan. 1827. Name replaced on list of <!T. 

Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1819 to 1824. Goodridge Ex- 
hibitioner 1822, 1823. Second Class, Litt. Hum. Mich. 
Term 182:5. M.A. 27 June, 1830. OT.JE. account closed 
Christmas 1845. 

Master of Bruton School, where on the north side of the New 
Building is this inscription, 

Sehola 1 Brutoniensip 

Quam unice dilexit 



[1817-18. WARDEN TOURNAY. 279 

Fama3 atque utilitati inserviens 

Novum hocce ^Edificium 

Suis impensis extruxit 

J. C. J. Hoskyns Abraliall, A.M. 

Arcliididascalus 
A.D. MDCCCXXXIV. 

Hunc lapideni 
Pro Officio Gubernatores. 

L. M. P. (Phelp I. 245.) 

Rector of Butterleigh, Devon, 1864 ; " died 26 April, 1876." (F.) 
His Arms are in the Windows of the Antechapel Quarterly, 
1st and 4th, Azure, 3 hedgehogs Or : 2nd and 3rd, per pale, 
Azure and Gules, a chevron between 3 lions rampant Or. 

George St John. Son of the Rev. John Francis St John. 
Born at Pur ton, near Worcester, aged 18. Admitted <&. 
11 Dec. 1817. B.A. 30 May, 1822. M.A. 7 Dec. 1826. 
Name removed 21 Sept. 1827. 

Born 25 Dec. 1798. Educated at (?) Westminster. Rector of 
Warndon, Worcester, 1833 ; died 9 July, 1877. 
Brother of Henry St J. 1814. 

1818. 

Thomas Helling. Son of Thomas Hetling, Esq. Born at 
Chipping Sodbury, Gloucestershire, aged 17. Admitted 
<. 27 Jan. 1818. B.A. 5 Dec. 1822. M.A. 27 Jan. 
1825. 

CLJE. account closed 8 Feb. 1858. 

In Holy Orders (Hettling). Donor of Plate to the College. 

Herman Schroder. Son of Herman Schroder, Esq. Born 
at St Michael Royal. Admitted <. 9 March, 1818. 
Dead. Name removed 20 Oct. 1825. 

Aged 17 (M.). 

Henry Addington Simcoe. Son of John Greaves Simcoe, 
Esq., a General Officer. Born at Plymouth, aged 18. 
Admitted OL 13 April. 1818. KA. 17 Dec, 1821. M.A 
3 Nov. 1825. 



280 WARDEN TOURNAY. [1818. 

Second Class, Litt. Hum. Mich. Term 1821. (JT.JE. account 
closed Christmas 1868. 

Incumbent of Egloskerry, Cornwall, 1846 ; " died 15 Nov. 

1868." (F.) 

His Arms are in the Windows of the Antechapel Azure, a 

fess wavy Ermine, between in chief 2 estoiles of 12 points, and 

in base a cannon, all Or. 

Father of Henry W. S. 1841, Charles P. S. 1849, Philip F. S. 

1853, and Paul C. G. S. 1854. 

Charles Harbin. Son of Eev. Robert Harbin. Bom at 
Yeovil, Somersetshire, aged 18. Admitted (fl*. 5 May, 
1818 Easter Term. Elected j. (as Founder's Kin) 
30 June, 1818. Elected ^.JF. 30 June, 1823. Vacated 
his JF. by marriage 24 May, 1826, and name replaced on 
list of OL Name removed 21 Nov. 1829. 

Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1819 to 1822. Second Class, 
Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1822. B.A. 25 May, 1822. 
M.A. 16 Nov. 1826. 

Rector of Teston, Kent, 1854 ; " died 7 April, 1875." (F.) 

Thomas Aubray Gapper. Son of Eobert Gapper, Esq. 
aged 18. Admitted (JT. 8 May, 1818. Name removed 
26 March, 1820. 

Of Wincanton, Somerset (M.). 

Christoper Samuel Flood. Son of Christoper Flood, Esq. 
Born at Honiton, Devon, aged 19. Admitted (. 1 June, 
1818. B.A. 23 Nov. 1822. 

M.A. 25 May, 1826. ai.p. account closed Midsummer 1851. 

John Trollope. Son of the Rev. Thomas Daniel Trollope 
(1779). Born at Abbots liipton, Huntingdonshire, aged 
18. Admitted OL 24 June, 1818. B.A. 17 June, 
1824. Name removed Midsummer 1819. Re-admitted 
4 Dec. 1823. M.A. 1 June, 1826. Name removed 
8 July, 1826. 
Goodridge Exhibitioner 1818. 

Rector of Crowmarsh Gilford, Oxon : 1844. There is a cross at 
the head of his grave in the churchyard there, thus inscribed. 
" Sub Cruce Salus. In memory of Rev. John Trollope, M.A., 
34 years Rector of this parish ; died 5 Feb. 1878, aged 77 years. :; 



1818.] WARDEN TOURNAY. 281 

The arms of Trollope are in the Windows of the Hall Vert, 
within a bordure Argent 3 stags trippant of the second, 
attired Or. 

John Thomas Godsalve Crosse. Son of John Crosse 
Godsalve Crosse, Esq. Born at Newcastle upon Tyne, 
aged 20. Admitted <. 10 Oct. 1818. Name removed 
13 Aug. 1819. 

Buried at Rainham, Essex, 9 Oct. 1846, aged 48, where he had 
been 20 years Vicar ; he was also Curate of Wennington, from 
1828 to 1834. 

Thomas Wotton Barlow. Son of the Eev. Thomas 
Wotton Barlow. Born at South Minis, Middlesex, aged 
18. Admitted OT. 10 Oct. 1818. B.A. 2 May, 1822. 
Name removed. Replaced - - 1829. M.A. 2 Oct. 1829. 
Removed again 16 July, 1830. 

Second Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1822. Re-admitted 
20 April, 1842. Account closed 26 Oct. 1842. 

Rector of Little Bowdeu, Northants, 1843. 

Thomas Jones. Son of Samuel Jones, Esq. Born at 
Gloucester, aged 18. Admitted OL 21 Oct. 1818. B.A. 
17 April, 1822. M.A. 2 June, 1827. Name removed 
Lady Day 1831. 

Rector of Hempstead, Glouc. 1826 ; died 16 April, 1867. 

(G.Mag.) 

Richard Thomas Wilson Taylor. Son of Richard 
Taylor, Esq. Born at Clifton near Bristol, aged 17. 
Admitted 4T. 23 Oct. 1818. 

B.A. 12 Dec. 1822. OLJE. account closed Lady Day 1832. 
Rector of St Me wan, Corn : 1843. 

Thomas Hartshorn Harding. Son of Samuel Harding, 
Esq. Born at Ashley near Stafford, aged 18. Admitted 
(jr. 5 Nov. 1818. B.A. 30 May, 1822. Name removed 
1 July, 1826. 

M.A. 13 April, 1825. Name replaced 13 June, 1861. B.D. 
and D.D. 13 June, 1861. Compounded Christmas 1866. 
Rector of Ashley, Staff. 1836 to 1873. Chaplain to the Earl 
of Shrewsbury and Tnlbot ; " died 31 May, 1883." (F.) 



282 WARDEN TOURNAY. [1818-19. 

Frederick Septimus Ernly. Son of Samuel Emly, Esq. 
Born at Salisbury, aged 15. Admitted (ft. 10 Nov. 1818. 
B.A. 5 Dec. 1822. Name removed 16 Oct. 1829. 

M.A. 26 Jan. 1826. 

Rector of Kirkby Underwood, Line. 1843; "died 4 March, 
1875." (F.) 

Ambrose Barber. Second Son of John Barber, Esq., aged 
17. Born at Camberwell, Surrey. Admitted (ft. 13 Nov. 
1818. B.A. 24 April, 1823. Died 11 April, 1826. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1819. Newdigate Prize (Palmyra) 
1822. Second Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1823. 
M.A. 21 May, 1825. 

Brother of John H. B. 1817 ; died at College, aged 25, and was 
buried at Margate. 



1819. 

Henry John Ellman. Son of John Ellman, Esq. Born 
at Glynde near Lewes, Sussex, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 
15 Jan. 1819. B.C.L. 29 March, 1828. 

(JT.JE. account closed Christmas 1834. 

Eector of Carlton, Beds, 1829 ; died 3 Feb. 1862, aged 62. 

John Farr. Son of John Farr. Born at Coventry, aged 22. 
Admitted ,-fF.(ft. 20 Jan. 1819. B.A. 10 Oct. 1822. 
Name removed 18 April, 1823. Replaced 28 May, 1827. 
Removed again 27 May, 1831. 

Robert Walker. Son of Robert Walker, Esq. Born at 
Dover, Kent, aged 17. Admitted (ft. 20 Jan. 1819. 
Appointed and admitted Chaplain 29 May, 1826. 
Vacated his Chaplaincy by marriage 21 June, 1831. 
Name replaced on list of (ft. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1819, 1820. Somerscales Exhibi- 
tioner 1820. Second Class, Litt. Hum. and First Class, 
Math. Mich. Term 1822. B.A. 17 Dec. 1822. M.A. 
21 April, 1825. Was frequently Examiner in Mathe- 
matics between 1826 and 1856 and in. Natural Science 



1819.] WARDEN TOURNAY. 233 

between 1853 and 1858. Professor of Experimental 
Philosophy 1839 to 1865. Select Preacher 1840 and 1847. 

Vicar of Culham, Oxford, 1848 ; died 28 Sept. 1865. Author 

of Elements of Mechanics. 

His arms are in the Windows of the Antechapel. Azure, a 

griffin segreant Argent in chief a mullet Or. 

Father of Robert H. W. 1853. 

Edmund Currie. Son of Leonard Currie, Esq. Born at 
Bromley, Middlesex, aged 16. Admitted (ft. 21 Jan. 
1819. B.A. 23 Nov. 1822. M.A. 21 May, 1825. 

Second Class, Litt. Hum. Mich. Term 1822. CLJE. account 
closed Midsummer 1833. 

Born 18 Feb. 1802. Called to the Bar (Inner Temple) 1826, of 
West Burton, Sussex, J.P. died s.p. 4 March, 1879. 

Francis Raleigh Smith. Son of John Smith, Esq., aged 
18. Born at Gibraltar. Admitted <. 30 Jan. 1819. 
Name removed 9 May, 1821. 

Edward George Simcox. Son of George Simcox, Esq., 
aged 17. Born at Harborne near Birmingham, Stafford- 
shire. Admitted L 24 Feb. 1819. Elected >. 30 June, 
1819. B.A. 6 June, 1822. Vacated his Jfc. by marriage 
20 Nov. 1827. Name replaced on list of <. Died at 
Tenby, Wednesday, 25 Sept. 1 833. 

Gooclriclge Exhibitioner 1820, 1822, 1823. Hocly (Greek) 
Exhibitioner 1821 to 1822. Hocly (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 
1822 to 1825. Warner Exhibitioner 1824. Second 
Class, Litt. Hum. and Second Class, Math. Easter Term 

1822. M.A. 21 April, 1825. 

In Holy Orders : died within a month of his wife's death, 
leaving one son and one daughter. He was of Harborne and 
J.P. for Staffordshire. (G. Mag. 103, II. .379.) 

Father of George G. S. 1847. 

Richard Morris. Son of William George Morris, Esq. 
Born at Stratford-on-Avon, aged 16. Admitted <JT. 
12 March, 1819. Admitted Clerk 22 Jan. 1820. Re- 
signed Clerkship and name replaced on list of <. 21 Jan. 

1823. B.A. 9 May, 1823. Name removed 30 Jan. 1824. 
Re-admitted 8 Feb. 1828. 



284 WARDEN TOURNAY. [1819. 

Pigott and Goodridge Exhibitioner 1820, 1821, 1822. 
Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1820 to 1823. M.A. 
16 June, 1831. GI.JE. account closed Christmas 1850. 

Vicar of Eatington, Warw : 1833 ; died at Leamington, aged 56, 
16 April, 1859. 

William Oxnam. Son of the Eev. William Oxnam. Born 
at St Paul's near Penzance, Cornwall, aged 18. Admitted 
(K. 1 April, 1819. Elected . 30 June, 1819. B.A. 
21 May, 1823. Name replaced among {#. on resigna- 
tion of 5. 31 July, 1826. 

Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1821 to 1824. Eirst Class, 
Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1823. M.A. 17 May, 1826. 
C.|tt. account closed Midsummer 1837. 

Educated at Harrow : afterwards W. Oxenham. Master at 
Harrow School, 1826 : In Holy Orders : died at Reigate, aged 
62, on 13th Oct. 1863. 
Brother of George N. 0. 1816. 

John Olive. Son of Edward Olive, Esq. P>orn at Erome, 
Somersetshire, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 3 April, 1819. 
B.A. 30 May, 1822. 

M.A. 16 June, 1825. 

Vicar of Hellingly, Sussex, 1830, where there are a stone in 
the churchyard, and a stained glass window in the church, each 
with the following inscription, " In memory of J. 0., M.A. 
Vicar of this parish, 35 years, who died 27 February, 1866, 
aged 65 years." 

Christopher Gerard Rigby Collins. Son of the Eev. 

Christopher Rigby Collins. Born at Cowes in the Isle of 
Wight, aged 16. Admitted Jf.($. 30 April, 1819. 
Name removed 21 Dec, 1819. 

John Colborne. Son of the Kev. Joseph Colborne. Born 
at Stroud in Gloucestershire, aged 17. Admitted (fl*. 
4 May, 1819. 

B.A. 20 May, 1824. M.A. 12 Juno, 1828. (H.^l. account 
closed Michaelmas 1842. 



1819.] WARDEN TOURNAY. 285 

James Fripp. Son of James Fripp, Esq. Born at Bristol 
in the parish of St James and County of Gloucester, 
aged 18. Admitted (. 7 May, 1819. Name removed 
19 Dec. 1823. 

Second Class, Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 1822. 

Edward Field (properly Feild). Son of James Field, 
Esq. Born at Worcester, aged 18. Admitted <. 
15 June, 1819. Elected an Exhibitioner of Queen's 
College on the Michel foundation 25 Feb. 1820. 

First Class, Math. Easter Term 1823. B.A. 17 May, 1823. 
M.A. 27 April, 1826. D.D. (by degree of Convocation,) 
27 April, 1844 Michel Fellow 1827 to 1833. 

Rector of English and Welsh Bicknor, Glouc. 1833 till he was 
consecrated Bishop of Newfoundland, 28 April, 1844 : in 1868, 
he was offered the Bishopric of Montreal, but declined it. He 
died in Bermuda (a part of his diocese) when on the point of 
resigning his Bishopric 8 June, 1876. 
Author of numerous sermons and charges. 

Arthur Langton. Son of the Rev. Dr. Langton. Born at 
Leicester, aged 18. Admitted (. 17 June, 1819. B.A. 
21 May, 1823. Name removed 18 Dec. 1829. 

Name replaced 8 Dec. 1837. M.A. 12 Dec. 1837. Account 
closed 17 Oct. 1838. 

Rector of Matlaske and of Plumstead, Norfolk, 1837; died at 
Bournemouth in 1890, aged 90. 

Charles Tucker. Son of Benjamin Tucker, Esq. Born at 
Chard in Somersetshire, aged 17. Admitted <JT. 22 June, 
1819. B.A. 17 May, 1823. Name removed 21 Sept. 
1827. 

Second Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1823. M.A. 8 March, 
1827. 

Born 3 March, 1803. Educated at BlundelPs School, Tiverton. 
Head Master of Guilsborough Grammar School. Xorthants : 
1829. Incumbent of Charminster and Stratton, Dorset, Feb. 
1838 to 1872, when he died. 



286 WARDEN TOURNAY. [1819. 



Henry Bromfield. Son of the Eev. Thomas Eoss Bromfield. 
Admitted OL 22 June, 1819. B.A. 24 April, 1823. 
Name removed 13 Nov. 1829. 

Of Napton, Warwick, aged 18 (M.). C.JE. account closed 
Christmas 1829. 

Vicar of Blockley, Wore. 1855 and Rural Dean. 

The following is his Epitaph on a cross, in Blockley church 

yard, 

The Reverend Henry Bromfield 

for 23 years Vicar of Blockley 
who died at Fladbury 

on S. Bartholomew's Day 1880 

aged 79. 

" Right dear in the Sight of the Lord is the death of His 
Saints." 

On a coping round the grave are the words, 
" The Lord bless thee and keep thee, the Lord make his face to 
shine upon thee, and be gracious unto thee, the Lord lift up 
His countenance upon thee, and give thee peace." 
There is also a Lych-gate at the Entrance of the Church- 
Cemetery erected to his memory, by the Vicar and Church 
Wardens with the following inscription, 
" To the Glory of God, and in memory of the Reverend Henry 
Bromfield, who was Vicar of Blockley from 1855 to 1878." 
There is also a Memorial Window in North-East corner of the 
Chancel containing two figures Our Lord Welcoming 
Nathanael with the words " Behold an Israelite indeed" and 
with an inscription, " To the Glory of God, and in memory of 
Henry and Mary Bromfield, erected by some of their friends." 

Matthew Hughes George Buckle. Son of Matthew 
Hughes Buckle, Esq. ; Captain in the Iloyal Navy, aged 
10. Born at Greenwich, Kent. Admitted {#. 24 June, 
1819. Elected ,. 30 June, 1819. Vacated his Jf. by 
marriage 25 July, 1834. Name replaced on list of <. 

Gerard Exhibitioner 1820 to 1824. Hody (Greek) Exhibi- 
tioner 1822 to 1824. Somerscales Exhibitioner 1824. 
Second Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1824. B.A. 
25 June, 1824. M.A. 15 Oct. 1829. Elected $J.,-ff. 
30 June, 1829. Elected Humanity Lecturer 1830, 
1831 : Bursar 1832, in which year lie was also Deputy 



1819.] WARDEN TOURNAY. 287 

Moderator of Philosophy. Deputy Librarian 1830, 1831, 
1832. <.|E. account closed Christinas 1854. 

Vicar of Ealingham Durham, 1839 ; died 26 Feb. 1893. 
His arms are in the Windows of the Antechapel Sable, 
a chevron between 3 chaplets Argent. 
Donor of Plate to the College. 

Walter Burton Leach. Son of Eobert Leach, Esq. Born 
at Sutton Montis near Sherborne, Dorset, aged 18. Ad- 
mitted iff. 30 Oct. 1819. B.A. 21 May, 1823. M.A. 
25 Oct. 1827. Name removed 4 July, 1828. 

Somerscales Exhibitioner 1822. 

Born 10 April, 1800. Educated at Sherborne. 

Eector of Sutton Montis, 1824 to 1860. Vicar of Chilthorne 

Dormer, 1846 to 1860 and Eural Dean ; died 24 Feb. 1860. 

John Hewlett Watson. Son of William Watson, Esq., 
aged 17. Born at East Tuderley, Hants. Admitted (JT. 
17 Nov. 1819. Admitted Clerk 26 Oct. 1821. B.A. 
4 June, 1823. Resigned clerkship and name replaced as 
<. 11 Oct. 1823. M.A. 12 June, 1828. Name removed 
13 Nov. 1828. 

Pigott and Goodridge Exhibitioner 1820, 1821, 1822. 
Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1820 to 1823. Second 
Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1823. 

Vicar of West Wratting and Rector of Tyd St Giles, Isle of 
Ely. Died 15 March, 1862, at Milton on Thames. 

Charles John Dimsdale. Son of Robert Dimsdale, Esq. 
Born at Hertford, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 18 Nov. 1819. 
Name removed 7 March, 1822. 

Succeeded his brother as 5th Baron Dimsdale (in the Empire 
of Russia) 1865 ; born 12 Feb. 1801 ; died 26 Nov. 1872. 

James Thomas Campbell. Son of General Colin 
Campbell. Bom in the parish of Mary le bone, London, 
aged 18. Admitted (C". 25 Nov. 1819. Name removed 
19 Dec. 1822. 

Admitted Pensioner of Queens' Coll. Cambridge 14 Oct. 
1824. B.A. 1827. M.A. 1832. 

Rector of Tilston, Cheshire, April, 1829, resigned 1850. 
Died s.p. 



288 WARDEN TOURNAY. [1820. 



1820. 

James Peter Rhoades. Son of Thomas Ehoades, Esq. 
Born at Chichester, aged 17. Admitted (!T. 27 Jan. 
1820. Elected > 30 June, 1820. Elected $J.JF. 
30 June, 1830. Vacated his jf. by marriage 1832, and 
name replaced on list of <JL 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1822, 1823. Hody (Greek) Exhibi- 
tioner 1822 to 1826. Maddox Exhibitioner 1823. 
Third Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1825. B.A. 
21 May, 1825. M.A. 29 April, 1829. OLJE. account 
closed 6 May, 1854. 

" Rector of Clonmel, Ireland : died at Rugby, 6 Nov. 1852.' 

(F.) 

Edward Ward Wakeman. Son of Henry Wakeman, Esq. 
Born at Claines near "Worcester, aged 18. Admitted <!T. 
28 Jan. 1820. B.A. 14 Nov. 1823. M.A. 21 June, 
1827. 
C.|E. account closed Christmas 1834. 

Incumbent of Claines, Wore. : of Coton Hall, Salop ; died 8 Sept. 
1855. His arms are in the Windows of the Antechapel Paly 
of six, vert and Argent, a Saltire engrailed Ermine. 

Charles Theomartyr Crane. Matriculated as of Mag- 
dalen Hall, Michaelmas Term 1798. M.A. 10 Dec. 1807. 
Admitted <. of Wadham 20 March, 1820. B.D. and 
D.D. 22 March, 1820. Died Oct. 1829. 

Son of Theomartyr C. of St George's Bloomsbury, 
Middlesex, gen. aged 37. Matric. 15 Nov. 1798. B.A. 
1 March, 1803. 

Charles Turner. Son of Jacob Turner, Esq. Born at 
Park Hall near Kidderminster, aged 18. Admitted (fl*. 

20 March, 1820. B.A. 11 May, 1824. Name removed 

21 Sept. 1827. 

Second Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1823. M.A. 21 June, 
1827. 

Educated at Rugby School. 



1820.] WARDEN TOURNAY. 289 

Theophilus Bennett Hoskyns Abrahall. Son of the 

Rev. John Hoskyns Abrahall. Born at Compton Martin 
near Axbridge, Somerset. Admitted <JL 22 March, 1820. 
B.A. 28 Feb. 1824. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1820, 1821. Second Class, Litt. 
Hum. Michaelmas Term 1823. M.A. 17 June, 1830. 
C.JE. account closed Christmas 1834. 

Called to the Bar (Inner Temple) 1830. Commissioner in 

Bankruptcy at Newcastle. 

Brother of John C. J. H. A. 1817. 

Thomas Pitman. Son of Thomas Pitman, Esq. Born in 
St Pancras, Middlesex, aged 18. Admitted <!T. 12 April, 
1820. B.A. 25 May, 1826. M.A. 6 June 1827. 

(.!E. account closed Lady Day, 1833. 

Born 31 Dec. 1801. 

Vicar of Eastbourne 1828. Prebendary of Chichestef 1841 

Died 13 May, 1890, within a month of completing the 62nd 

year of his incumbency. 

Father of Thomas P. 1847. 

Edward Harbin. Son of William Harbin, Esq. Born at 
Sherborne, Dorset, aged 17. Admitted (!T. 12 May, 
1820. B.A. 12 Feb. 1825. M.A. 14 June, 1827. Name 
removed 21 Sept. 1827. 

Rector of Kingweston, Som. 1827 ; died 5 Oct. 1833. 
Father of William H. (1845). 

James^Scott. Son of James Scott, Born at Melcombe 
Eegis, Dorset, aged 19. Admitted 4T. 16 May, 1820. 
B.A. 9 June, 1824. Name removed 21 Sept. 1827. 

M.A. 14 June, 1827. 

In Holy Orders ; died 16 Oct. 1827, at Kingweston, Somerset, 
aged 26. 

Richard Vaughan. Son of - - Vaughan, Esq. Born 
in the parish of St Augustine, Bristol, aged 1 6. Admitted 
jF.(!i. 6 June, 1820. Name left out 28 Sept. 1821. 

Son of James V. of "VVraxall, Somerset, cler. (M.). 

T 



290 WARDEN TOURNAY. [1820. 



George Henry Woods. Son of Benjamin Woods, Esq. 
Born at Penton Grafton, Wey Hill, near Andover, Hants, 
aged 17. Admitted OT. 22 June, 1820. 

Second Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1824. B.A. 17 June, 
1824. M.A. 15 Feb. 1827. Compounded 17 March, 
1870. 

Vicar of West Dean, with Singleton, Sussex, 1831 to 1849. 
Treasurer of Chichester Cathedral, 1870 ; " died 10 April, 
1879." (F.) 

Samuel Richard Capel. Son of William Capel, Esq. 
Born at Stroud in Gloucestershire, aged 18. Admitted 
Or. 26 June, 1820. 

B.A. 29 June, 1824. M.A. 7 April, 1827. C.p. account 
closed Lady Day 1832. 

Rector of Holy Trinity, Wareham, 1841. On a brass plate on 
the Wall of King Edward the Martyr's Chapel, in St Mary's 
Church, Wareham, is the following inscription, 
" In memory of the Rev. S. R. C., M.A., Rector of this Parish 
for 38 years. Born 17 Feb. 1802, died 20 Dec. 1879. His 
remains are interred at Wool in this County. He being dead 
yet speaketh." 

Elisha William Hood. Son of the Eev. William Eichard 
Hood. Born at Caversharn, Oxfordshire, aged 16. Ad- 
mitted <. 27 June, 1820. 

Third Class, Litt. Hum. and Second Class, Math. Michaelmas 
Term 1825. B.A. 17 Dec. 1825. M.A. 15 March, 1827. 
OLJtt. account closed 24 June, 1834. 

Vicar of Nazeiug, Essex. "Vicar of Ilston, Glani. 1865 ; died 
6 Nov. 1869." (F.) 

John Bond. Son of the liev. William Bond. Born at 
Tyneham, Dorset, aged 19. Admitted <. 29 June, 1820. 
B.A. 5 June, 1824. M.A. 31 Jan. 1828. Name removed 
14 July, 1828. 

Vicar of Weston, Somerset, 1826 to 1881. Prebendary of Cud- 
worth, (Wells) 1844 to 1882. Rural Dean of Keynsham, 
1854 to 1864, of Bath, 1864 to 1873. 
Brother of William B. 1817 and son of William B. 1775. 



1820.] WARDEN TOURNAY. 291 

James Garsed. Admitted <Jt. 8 July, 1820. Name re- 
moved 25 Nov. 1825. 

Son of James G. of the County of Glamorgan, arm. aged 
18 (M.). 

James Pardo Matthews. Son of the liev. Pardo 
Matthews. Admitted <. 8 July, 1820. B.A. 4 Feb. 
1826. M.A. 30 Oct. 1828. Name removed 25 Sept, 
1829. 

Of Ambrosden, Oxon : aged 17 



Vicar of Kirk Fenton, Yorks, 1830 to 1869. Vicar of Slier- 
burn, Yorks 1831 ; "died 1885." (F.) 

Francis Edward Baker. Son of the Rev. Francis Baker. 
Born at Salisbury, aged 19. Admitted OT. 10 Oct. 1820. 
Name removed 18 Dec. 1822. Entered at Alban Hall. 

B.A. 9 July, 1824. 

Thomas Arthur Mumford. Son of Thomas Mumford, 
Esq. Born at Plymouth Dock in the parish of Stoke 
Damarell, aged 18. Admitted (. 14 Oct. 1820. Dead. 

(H.J&. account closed 4 Nov. 1824. 

Peter Cotes. Son of Peter Cotes, Esq. Born at Tuckton 
near Beverley, Yorkshire, aged 17. Admitted (JL 20 Oct. 
1820. Elected JJj. 30 June, 1822. Resigned and name 
removed 30 June, 1830. 

Second Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1824. B.A. 9 June, 
1824. M.A. 10 May, 1827. 

Rector of LitcMeld, Hants, 1832. 

Richard Michell. Son of Edward Michell, Esq. Born at 
Bruton, Somerset, aged 15. Admitted Ot. 8 Dec. 1820. 
Admitted Jf. of Lincoln College 4 June, 1830. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1822. First Class, Litt. Hum. 
Easter Term 1824. B.A. 9 June, 1824. M.A. 10 May, 
1827. B.D. 21 May, 1836. D.I). 1868. Frequently 
examiner in Classics between 1829 and 1841. Pro- 
fessor of Logic 1839 to 1849. Bampton Lecturer 



292 WARDEN TOURNAY. [1820-21. 

1848. Public Orator 1848 to 1877. Vice Principal 
of Magdalen Hall 1848 to 1868. Examiner in 
Law and Mod. Hist. 1853 to 1854. Principal of 
Magdalen Hall 1868, (afterwards Hertford Coll. 1874). 
Died 29 March, 1877. 

Rector of South Moulton, Berks, 1856. 

His Arms are in the Windows of the Antechapel Gules, 

a chevron between 3 swans Argent. 

Brother of R. D. M. 1833. 



1821. 

Joseph Webb. Son of John Webl>, Esq. Born at 
Mavesyn-Eidware, Staffordshire, aged 21. Admitted 
<tf. 20 Feb. 1821. B.A. 17 Dec. 1824. Name removed 
23 Dec. 1830. 

Master of Ravenstone Hospital, 1841 to 1852. Rector of 
Culworth, 1852 to 1854 ; "died 28 Jan. 1879." (F.) 

Philip Henvill Rogers. Son of Henry Hody Piogers, aged 
19. Born at Child Okeford, Dorsetshire. Admitted (JT. 
2 March, 1821. Name removed 17 May, 1821. 

Son of Henry H. R. 1792. 

Thomas Penruddocke. Son of Thomas Penruddocke, Esq. 
Born at Manningford Abbotts, Wilts, aged 17. Admitted 
OL 10 April, 1821. Name removed 28 Sept. 1821. Ee- 
admitted 17 Jan. 1823. B.A. 1 Dec, 1826. M.A. 
30 April, 1828. Eemoved again 4 July, 1828. 

Vicar of Compton Chamberlain, Wilts, 1828 ; " died 2 Sept. 
1832, at his father's, Winckton, Rev. T. P., eldest son of T. P." 

(G. 



Henry Shum. Son of George Shimi, Esq. Born at - , 
Middlesex, aged 18. Admitted <. 6 June, 1821. B.A. 
9 June, 1825. 

"Of (lower St." (M.). C.Jtt. account closed Michaelmas 
1831. 



1821.] WARDEN TOURNAY. 293 

William Hodgson. Born at Wanstead, Essex. Son of 
Thomas Hodgson, Esq., aged 18. Admitted (ft. 8 June, 
1821. B.A. 21 April, 1825. M.A. 28 Feb. 1828. 

Compounded 25 April, 1860. 

Called to the Bar (Lincoln's Inn) 16 May 1828. " Of Gilston 
Park, Essex, J. P." (F.) 

George Baker. Son of the Rev. Charles Baker, aged 17. 
Born at Wollop, Hampshire. Admitted (ft. 13 June, 
1821. B.A. 5 May, 1825. 

M.A. 7 Feb. 1833. <.|E. account closed Michaelmas 1833. 
In Holy Orders, in Wiltshire; " died 11 July, 1881." (F.) 

Francis Forster. Son of the Rev. John Forster, aged 17. 
Born at Newcastle upon Tyne. Admitted (ft. 25 June, 
1821. Elected ,. 30 June, 1821, as Founder's Kin. 
B.A. 13 May, 1826. Elected ty.tf. 30 June, 1827. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1824, 1825, 1826. Hody (Greek) 
Exhibitioner 1824 to 1826. Third Class, Litt. Hum. 
Easter Term 1826. Wills Law Exhibitioner (as Jf.) 
1830 to 1851. M.A. 18 Nov. 1830. Elected Librarian 
1830, 1832 to 1835, 1837 to 1847, but always had a 
Deputy; Moderator of Philosophy 1848, 1849, 1850. 
,-fF. vacant 1851. 

Called to the Bar (Middle Temple) 1831. 

William Charles Campbell. Son of John Campbell, Esq., 
aged 16. Admitted (ft. 25 June, 1821, Founder's Kin. 
Name removed 4 July, 1821. 

In the Caution Book, he appears as Charles Campbell 
Wyndham. He does not appear to have matriculated 
under either name. 

John Lewis Lamotte. Son of James Lamotte, Esq., aged 
17. Born at Taunton, Somerset. Admitted (ft. 25 June, 
1821. B.A. 13 May, 1826. 

M.A. 10 June, 1829. (JLpt. account closed Christmas 1839. 

In Holy Orders. 

Brother of James II. L. 18:24. 



294 WARDEN TOURNAY. [1821. 

George Henry Harper. Son of Rev. George Harper, aged 
16. Born at Stepney, Middlesex, Founder's Kin. Ad- 
mitted OT. 26 June, 1821. Name removed 2 Aug. 1821. 

John Foley. Son of Rev. John Foley, aged 15. Born at 
Bell-Broughton, Worcestershire. Admitted <. 26 June, 
1821. Elected ,. 30 June, 1821, as Founder's Kin. Ad- 
mitted > 19 Dec. 1821. Elected 3|).jF. 30 June, 1826. 
Resigned Jf. previous to marriage 18 Aug. 1846. 

Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1822 to 1825. Goodridge Exhi- 
bitioner 1824. Third Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1825. 
B.A. 3 Nov. 1825. M.A. 18 Nov. 1830. Elected Lib- 
rarian 1828, 1829, 1831, 1836; Sub-Dean (vice Harding) 
1830, 1835, 1837 to 1839; Moderator of Philosophy 
1830, 1833, 1834; Catechist 1832, 1840 to 1845, but 
always had a Deputy. Senior Proctor 1841. B.D. 
18 May, 1842. Vicar of Wadhurst, Sussex, 1846. 
Compounded 14 Oct. 1868. 

Born 19 Nov. 1805 ; died 11 Oct. 1886. 

His Anns are in the Windows of the Hall Argent, within a 
bordure a chevron between 3 cinquefoils Sable, a crescent of 
the second for difference. Donor of Plate to the College. 
Brother of Edward W. F. 1826. 

George Do well. 7th Son of John Dowell, aged 17. Born 
in the parish of St Paul, Bristol, Gloucestershire. Ad- 
mitted <. 25 June, 1821. Elected Blount >. of Trinity, 
3 June, 1822. Name removed. 

Scholar 28 June, 1824. B.A. 13 May, 1826. M.A. 30 Nov. 
1828. 

King's Scholar at Eton. 

Vicar of Llanigon, Brecon, 1852 to 1860. Rector of Gladestry, 

Radnor, 1860. Buried in Lyonshall Churchyard, with the 

following inscription, 

" In loving memory of the Rev. G. D., M.A., late Rector of 

Gladestry ; born 18 March, 1804, died 29 Dec. 1883." He was 

a benefactor to the Parish of Gladestry and founded a charity 

known as " The Rector's Gift." 

Charles Palairet. Son of John G waiter Palairet, Esq., 
aged 17. Admitted (tf. 26 June, 1821. Elected Michel . 
of Queen's. Name removed 31 May, 1822. 



1821.] WARDEN TOURNAY. 295 



Goodridge Exhibitioner 1821. Elected Michel Exhibitioner 
(Queen's) 23 May, 1822; Michel & 1824; Michel 
Fellow 1827 to 1838. First Class, Litt. Hum. Easter 
Term 1825. B.A. 2 June, 1825. M.A. 14 May, 1828. 

Incumbent of Newton-Wargrave, Winwick, Lane., died at 
Norton St Philip, 3 Aug. 1890, aged 87. 

Charles Gregory. Son of Charles Marshall Gregory, a 
captain in the Royal Navy. Born at Bideford, Devon, 
aged 18. Admitted OT. 5 July, 1821. B.A. 5 May, 
1825. Name removed 20 June, 1828. 

Re-admitted 10 June, 1853. M.A. 10 June, 1853. Account 
closed 8 Feb. 1858. 

Vicar of Sandford, Devon, 1836 to 1883 ; died 1 March, 1883. 
The living had been held by three successive incumbents of one 
family for 110 years : though almost in his 80th year, he took 
the early service on the morning of the day on which he died. 

William Smith Dear. Son of Richard Dear. Admitted 
. 10 Oct. 1821. B.A. 25 May, 1825. 

Of Laverstoke, Hants, aged 17 (M.). Third Class, Litt. 
Hum. Easter Term 1825. M.A. 30 Oct. 1828. OLJE. 
account closed Lady Day 1834. 

Rector of Abbourne, Sussex, 1850, where he is buried with this 
inscription, 

Sacred to the Memory of the Rev. W. S. D., Rector of this 
parish and formerly Rector of Abdon in Shropshire, who died 
25 June, 1878, aged 74. " He sent His Son to be the propitia- 
tion for our sins." 

Thomas Vores. Son of Thomas Vores, Esq. Born in 
Marylebone, London, aged 17. Admitted <. 11 Dec. 
1821. Elected &. 30 June, 1823. Elected ^-JF- 
30 June, 1830. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1822, and (as Scholar) 1824, 1826. 
Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1824 to 1828. Maddox 
Exhibitioner 1825. Wills Reading Prize 1826, 1827. 
First Class, Litt. Hum. and Second Class, Math. Michael- 
mas Term 1825. B.A. 26 June, 1826. M.A. 23 Oct. 
1828. Elected Dean (vice J. P. Griffith) 1831, and on 
till 1833; Bursar 1834. Vacated his jf. by marriage 



296 WARDEN TOURNAY. [1821-22. 

23 Jan. 1835 : when his name was replaced on the list 
of OL Compounded 1859. 

Born 8 July, 1804. Educated at Northampton Grammar 
School. Vicar of St Mary, in the Castle, Hastings 1841. 
"Died 22 Oct. 1875," (F) and is buried at Ore Cemetery. His 
Arms are in the Windows of the Antechapel.- Azure, between 3 
crescents Argent an estoile Or. Donor of Plate to the College. 
Father of Thomas S. P. V. 1853. 

Charles Stanger Jerram. Son of Rev. Charles Jerram, 
aged 18. Born at Long Sutton, Lincolnshire. Admitted 
01. 15 Dec. 1821. Died Sept. or Oct. 1824. 

Brother of James J. 1822, to whom his CC.pt. was repaid 
29 Oct. 1824. 

William Curling. Son of Jesse Curling, Esq., aged 18. 
Born at Bermondsey, Surrey. Admitted (# 15 Dec. 
1821. 

B.A. 23 Nov. 1826. M.A. 13 June, 1832. OT.JE. account 
closed Christmas 1848. 

Principal of the Lambeth Asylum for Female Orphans, 1829 
to 1870. Chaplain of St Saviours, Southwark, 1833; "died 
6 Jan. 1879." (F.) 
Author of The Churches of England and Rome Contrasted 1840. 

John Harvey. Son of Rev. Richard Harvey, aged 17. 
Born at Upper Swell, near Stow in the Wold, Gloucester- 
shire. Admitted <. 16 Dec, 1821. Drowned in the 
Isis, 18 March, 1824. 

Of Leatherhead, Surrey (M.). 



1822. 

Powell Williams. Son of James Rice Williams, Esq. 
Born at Lewisham in Kent, aged 18. Admitted jF.Cjr. 
14 Jan. 1822. Name removed ^7 March, 1822. 

William George Lambert. Son of Edmund Lambert, 
Esq. Born at " Sloperton Cottage " near Devizes, Wilts, 



1822.] WARDEN TOURNAY. 297 



aged 17. Admitted <E. 9 Feb. 1822. Elected . of 
Corpus Christ! College 29 Nov. 1829. Name removed 
6 Dec. 1822. 

Second Class, Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 1825. B.A. 
4 Feb. 1826. M.A. 27 May, 1829. Jf. 1831. 

" Died 1866." (F.) 

James Jerram. Son of Rev. Charles Jerram. Born at 
Long Sutton, Lincolnshire, aged 17. Admitted (j. 
28 March, 1822. Name removed 25 Sept. 1829. 

Third Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1826. B.A. 13 May, 
1826. M.A. 12 March, 1829. 

Rector of Fleet, Camb. 1853 to 1874; "died 30 Nov. 1881." (F.) 
Author of Memoirs of Rev. Charles Jerra.m, 1855. 
Brother Charles S. J. 1821. 

Thomas Barton Hill. Son of James Hill, Esq. Born in 
the Parish of St Clement Danes, Strand, London, aged 
17. Admitted (. 17 April, 1822. 

Third Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1826. B.A. 13 May, 
1826. M.A. 9 Dec. 1830. OT.pt. account closed Mid- 
summer 1833. 

Perpetual Curate of St Stephens, Islington ; died 9 Jan. 1852, 

aged 47. 

Father of Thomas B. H., 1846. 

Thomas Wood Davison. Son of Thomas Wood Davi- 
son, Esq. Born at Kippax near Ferry Bridge, Yorkshire, 
aged 17. Admitted <. 23 April, 1822^ N.R The 
original name was Wood, but Thomas Wood the father 
took that of Davison. Name removed 25 Sept. 1829. 

B.A. 2 June, 1827. 

William Wilshere. Son of Thomas Wilshere, Esq. Born 
at Hitchin, Herts, aged 17. Admitted <. 24 April, 
1822. 

B.A. 14 June, 1827. C.|E. account closed Lady Day 1835. 

" Died at Paris, 10 Nov. 1867, W. W. of the Frythe, Wehvyn, 
Herts ; born 1804. J.P. for Beds and St Albans. D.L. for 



298 WARDEN TOURNAY. [1822. 



Herts, and High Sheriff, 1858. M.P. for Great Yarmouth 
1837 to 1847." (G. Mag. 138, I. 112.) 

Henry Freeman. Son of the Rev. Henry Freeman. Born 
at Alwalton, Hunts, aged 17. Admitted (. 24 April, 
1822. 

Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1825 to 1826. Third Class, 
Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1825. B.A. 26 Jan. 1826. 
M.A. 28 Jan. 1829. CJE. account closed Lady Day 
1832. 

"Died 23 Dec. 1864, at Norman Cross, Hunts, aged 59, Rev. 
H. F. Rector of Folksworth, Hunts, and Rural Dean." 

(G. Mag.) 

John Maurice Da vies. Son of David Davies, Esq. Born 
at Crygie near Aberystwith, aged 17. Admitted (. 
5 June, 1822. Name removed 25 May, 1827. Re- 
admitted 21 June, 1827, (really 16 March, 1827). Name 
removed again (really 21 May, 1827). 

Called to the Bar (Inner Temple) 21 Nov. 1851 : "of Antaron, 
Cardigan ; died 21 Sept. 1880." (F.) 

John Entwistle Scholes Hutchinson. Son of Benjamin 
Hutchinson, Esq. Born at Southwell, Nottinghamshire, 
aged 17. Admitted (ft. 21 June, 1822. 

B.A. 13 May, 1826. M.A. 5 July, 1832. (JT.JE. account 
closed Christmas 1832. 

Vicar of East Stoke, Notts, 1835 ; died 15 April, 1851, aged 46. 

John Hoole. Son of Rev. Samuel Hoole. Born at Poplar, 
Middlesex, aged 17. Admitted OT. 3 July, 1822. 

Second Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1826. B.A. 13 May, 
1826. M.A. 19 May, 1830. OLJE. account closed 
Christmas 1834 

In Holy Orders ; "died 1868." (F.) 

Lewis Charles Davies. Son of Col. Lewis Davis. Born 
at Connemara in the county of Gal way, Ireland, aged 19. 
Admitted OT. 2 Nov. 1822. Name removed G Nov. 1829. 

B.A. 14 Juno, 1827. 



1822.] WARDEN TOURNAY. 299 

Having intermarried with the Leirs, he became Rector of 
Charlton Musgrove, Somerset, 1864, where he is buried with 
this inscription, on a marble cross, 

"Sacred to the memory of L. C. D., Rector of this Parish, who 
died 17 Jan. 1876. He was a son of the late General Davies 
C.B. of Tan-y-bwlch, Aberystwith." 

John Medley. Son of George Medley, Esq. Born in 
Grosvenor Place, Chelsea, aged 17. Admitted <2L 15 Nov. 
1822. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1823. Hody (Hebrew) Exhibi- 
tioner 1825 to 1826. Second Class, Litt. Hum. Easter 
Term 1826. B.A. 2 Nov. 1826. M.A. 19 May, 1830. 
B.D. and D.D. 13 March, 1845. Compounded 19 March, 
1860. 

Born 19 Dec. 1804. Educated at Bewdlev, Hammersmith, and 
Chobham. Incumbent of St John's, Truro, 1831 to 1838. 
Vicar of St Thomas, Exeter, 1838 to 1845. Prebendary of 
Exeter, 1842 to 1845. Bishop of Fredericton. New Brunswick, 
4 May, 1845. Metropolitan of Canada 1879. Died 9 Sept. 1892. 
Author of Sermons, 1845. Translator of Homilies of St John 
Chrysostom on Corinthians, 1838, and of a Commentary on the 
Boole of Job. 

Morgan Davies. Son of James Davies. Born at Aberyst- 
with, aged 18. Admitted <. 2 Dec. 1822. Admitted 
Clerk 20 Jan. 1823. Eemoved from list of Clerks 16 Oct. 
1826. Name replaced on list of <#. Name removed 
6 March, 1829. 

Pigott and Goodridge Exhibitioner 1823 to 1826. Hody 
(Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1823 to 1827. Third Class, Litt, 
Hum. Michaelmas Term 1826. B.A. 3 Nov. 1826. M.A. 
21 May, 1834. 

Peter Hansell. Son of Eev. Peter Hansell. Born at 
Norwich, aged 17. Admitted (ft. 4 Dec. 1822. Elected 
. of University College 1 March, 1824. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1823. Second Class, Litt. Hum. 
Easter Term 1826. B.A. 1 June, 1826. M.A. 29 April, 
1829. ,-ff. of University College 1829 to 1835, when he 



300 WARDEN TOURNAY. [1822. 

was presented by the College to the Eectory of Kingsdon, 
Somerset. Master of the Schools 1832, 1833. 

Chaplain at Caen 1853 to 1871. 

Edward Simms. Son of Samuel Simms, Bookseller, Bath. 
Born at Bath, aged 19. Admitted <. 4 Dec, 1822. Ad- 
mitted Clerk 18 Oct. 1823. Resigned clerkship and 
replaced on list of (ft. 12 Jan. 1827. 

Pigott and Goodridge Exhibitioner 1823 to 1827. Hody 
(Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1823 to 1828. Second Class, 
Litt Hum. Michaelmas Term 1826. B.A. 18 Dec. 1826. 
M.A. 2 July, 1829. OT.JE. account closed Lady Day 
1835. 

Vicar of Escot, Devon, 1870 to 1 877. 

Author of Holy Thoughts and Prayers. Devout Musings on the 

Psalms, &c. 

John Thomas Bridges. Son of John Bridges, Esq. Born 
at St Nicholas-at-Wade, in the Isle of Thanet, aged 17. 
Admitted <. 6 Dec. 1822. B.A. 21 Oct. 1827. 

(H.JE. account closed Christmas 1834. 

Robert Henry Goodenough. Son of the Eev. Samuel 
Goodenough. Born at Broughton Pogis, Oxfordshire, 
aged 17. Admitted <. 10 Dec. 1822. Name removed 
28 Oct. 1824. 

Daniel Wilson. Son of Eev. Daniel Wilson. Born in 
the parish of St Peter in the East, aged 17. Admitted 
(>r. 17 Dec. 1822. 

B.A. 14 June, 1827. M.A. 18 June, 1829. (C.pt. account 
closed Christmas 1857. 

Rector of Upper Worton, Oxon, 1829 to 1832. Vicar of St 
Mary's, Islington, 1832. Rural Dean 1860. Prebendary of 
Chiswick (St Paul's) 1872 ; died 14 July 1886, aged 80. 
Author of numerous religious works. 

Father of Daniel F. W. 1849, and Arthur W. 186."), and brother 
of John W. 1825. 



WARDEN TOURNAY. 301 



1823. 

George Lea. Son of John Lea, Esq. Born at Kidder- 
minster, aged 18. Admitted <. 30 Jan. 1823. 

Second Class, Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 1826. B.A. 
1 Dec. 1826. M.A. 10 June, 1829. dT.Jtt. account closed 
Lady Day 1835 : replaced his name and compounded 
9 May, 1871. 

Incumbent of Christ Church, Birmingham, 1840 to 1864, of St 
George's Edgbaston, 1864. Prebendary of Tachbrook (Lichfield) 
1840 to 1864 ; " died 10 May, 1883." (F.) 

Thomas Littleton Wheeler. Son of the Rev. Allen 
Wheeler, aged 16. Born at Worcester. Admitted t#. 
1 Feb. 1823. Elected ,. of Worcester College and name 
removed 12 June, 1823. 

He did not enter upon residence at Wadham. Third Class, 
Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1826. B.A. 31 Jan. 1828. 
M.A. 28 Jan. 1830. 

Born 22 Feb. 1806. Educated at King Edward's School, 
Birmingham, and Cathedral School, Worcester. Rector of 
Sedgebemnv Minor Canon of Worcester, 1833 to 1877. Pre- 
centor 1854 to 1877. Rector of St Martin's, Wore. 1851 to 1872. 

John Goulter Dowling. Son of John Dowling, Esq. 
Born at Gloucester, aged 17. Admitted <. 13 Feb. 1823. 
B.A. 23 Nov. 1826. M.A. 12 Nov. 1829. (JT.|E. account 
closed 16 Feb. 1841. 

Rector of St Mai y-de-Crypt, Gloucester ; died 9 Jan. 1841. 
Author of Notitia Scriptorum SS. Patrum, aliorumque Vderis 
Ecclesiae Monumentorutn quae in Collectionibus Anecdotorum post 
annum 1700 in lucem editis continentur. 

George Robert Kensit. Son of Henry Kensit, Esq. 
Born in the parish of St Andrew, Holborn, London, aged 
17. Admitted <. 8 March, 1823. 

B.A. 21 Dec. 1826. M.A. 10 Dec. 1829. Xaniu removed 
16 .Julv, 1830. 



302 WARDEN TOURNAY. [1823. 

King's Scholar at Eton. Vicar of Betch worth, Surrey, 1835, 

having been previously Curate for 3 years. 

There is a Tablet in Betchworth Church thus inscribed, 

"In Memory of 
George Robert Kensit, A.M. 
of Wadham College Oxon, 
Who ministered Faithfully 
for 45 years as Vicar of this 
Parish, and entered into his 

Rest, Dec. 8th 1879." 
" I have finished my course 

I have kept the Faith." 

And on his Grave-stone, 

" In Affectionate Remembrance 

of George Robert Kensit, the 

Faithful Vicar of this Parish 

for 48 years. Born March, 27th 

1805. Entered into Rest 

Dec. 8th 1879, Aged 74 years. 

The memory of the Just is Blessed. 

Now the labourer's task is o'er 

Now the battle day is Past." 

Francis Burford Leonard. Son of the Eev. E. W. 

Leonard of Aynho, Northampton. Admitted <ft. 
21 May, 1823. 

Only son of Eichard L. of Brackley, Northants, cler. aged 
16 (M.). B.A. 2 June, 1827. M.A. 30 June, 1831. 
(.JE. account closed Lady Day 1835. 

Head Master of Aynhoe Grammar School, 1831 to 1847. 
Rector of Kemeys Inferior, 1846 ; Incumbent of Llandevaud, 
Monm. 1853 ; " died 13 May, 1886." (F.) 

Charles Condell. Son of William Condell, Esq., aged 16. 
Born at Greenfield near Southall, Middlesex. Admitted 
<E. 3 June, 1823. Name removed 23 Sept. 1825. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1824. 

John Nutcombe Gould. Son of John Gould, Esq., aged 
17. Born at Tretheage, Cornwall. Admitted (ft. 5 June, 
1823. 

B.A. 2 June, 1827. .|&. account closed 10 Dec. 1835. 



1823.] WARDEN TOURNAY. 303 

Assumed the additional name of Nutcombe. Chaplain R.N. 

Hector of Stokeinteignhead, 1847. 

Author of Scraps and Reminiscences 1868, &c. 

William Parker Perry. Son of William Perry, Esq., aged 
18. Born in the parish of St Bride, Fleet Street, London. 
Admitted (ft. 17 June, 1823. Name removed 30 May, 
1828. 

B.A. 7 Feb. 1828. Name replaced 8 Feb. 1843. M.A. 
17 Oct. 1844. Compounded 14 July, 1870. 

Vicar of Chiselhampton with Stadhampton, 1840. He is buried 
at Stadhampton, with this inscription, 

" In loving memory of W. P. P., Vicar of Chiselhampton and 
Stadhampton, who died 10 March, 1881, aged 75 years. I look 
for the resurrection of the dead." 

Richard John Lockwood Maydwell. Son of the Rev. 
William Lockwood Maydwell. Born at Geddington in 
Northamptonshire, aged 17. Admitted (ft. 17 June, 
1823. B.A. 10 Oct. 1827. Name removed 15 Jan. 1830. 

" Vicar of Southwick, Northants, 1832." (F.) 

Robert Moulton Atkinson. Son of Thomas Atkinson, 
Esq. Born at Salisbury, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 

19 June, 1823. Name removed 2 Sept. 1825. 

Of Fisherton Anger, Wilts (M.). Subsequently of St John's 
Coll. Camb. B.A. 1830. M.A. 1834. 

Rector of Great Cheverell, Wilts, 1841. 

George Dominions Wyndham. Son of George Wyndham, 
Esq., aged 18. Admitted (ft. 22 June, 1823. Name 
removed July, 1823. 

Of Salisbury (M.). 

Nephew of Thomas W. (1788) and John H. W. (1794) and 
grandson of William W. (1758.) 

John King Eagles. Son of John Eagles, Esq., aged 16. 
Born at Bristol (St Augustine's Parish). Admitted (ft. 

20 June, 1823. Name removed 15 Aug. 1823. 

Subsequently of Trinity Coll. Camb. B.A. 1831. 



3D4 WARDEN TOURNAY. [1823. 

Vicar of Hill Farrance, 1831. 

About the year 1866, he wrote under the nom de plume of 
XXX a series of letters criticising the County Expenditure, 
and the effect wrought, was that considerable retrenchment 
and reform were carried out. In recognition of his services he 
was presented with a silver Candelabrum and Salver with Case, 
value about 300 the Salver being engraved with the follow- 
ing inscription, 

" This Salver with the accompanying Candelabrum, was pre- 
sented to the Rev. John King Eagles, author of the letters 
bearing the signature XXX, by the Ratepayers of Somerset, 
in the Castle Hall, Taunton, on the llth February, 1868, as a 
token of their gratitude for his spirited, able, and uncom- 
promising endeavours to effect a reform of the County Ex- 
penditure, with a view to its establishment on a basis of Justice 
and Economy." 

Early in 1873, he changed his name by Letters patent from 
Eagles to Warre. 

He retained the vicarage of Hill Farrence, until his death, 
which took place at Westcombe, Pitminster, where he is buried 
with this Epitaph, 

John Warre 

L Years Vicar of Hill Farrence 

Died Dec. XXVII, MDCCCLXXX. 

Aged LXXIV years. 

Edward Blencowe. Son of Samuel Blencowe, Esq. Born 
at Marstoii St Lawrence, Northamptonshire, aged 18. 
Admitted <. 27 Nov. 1823. Elected . 30 June, 1824. 
Elected Jf. of Oriel College 23 April, 1830. Name 
removed. 

Hocly (Greek) Exhibitioner 1824 to 1830. Gerard Exhibi- 
tioner 1825. Maddox Exhibitioner 1826. Wills 
Eeading Prize 1828. First Class, Litt. Hum. Easter 
Term 1828. Vacated jf. by marriage 29 June, 1836. 
Born 23 Aug. 1805, educated at Charterhouse ; died Curate of 
Teversall, Notts, where he was buried with this inscription, 
" Sacred to the Memory of 
The Rev. Edward Blencowe 

Curate of Teversal. 

He died May 21st, 1843 

in his 38th vear." 



1823-24.] WARDEN TOURNAY. 305 

" Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord, yea saith the 
Spirit, that they may rest from their labours, and their works 
do follow them." 
Brother of Charles B. 1811. 

William Marriott Leir. Son of the Eev. William Leir. 
Born at Ansford, Somersetshire, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 
10 Dec. 1823. 

B.A. 14 Feb. 1828. M.A. 19 March, 1835. (JT.Jlfl. account 
closed Christmas 1835. 

Eector of West Bagborough, Somerset, 1855 to 1861. Rector 
of Ditcheat, Somerset, 1861 ; died 5 May, 1891, aged 86. 

William Syms. Son of George William Syms, Esq. Born 
at Oxford, aged 16 (Jan. 1822). Admitted (.15 Dec. 
1823. 

Second Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1829. B.A. 18 June, 
1829. M.A. 9 June, 1831. &.p. account closed Christ- 
mas 1836. 

In Holy Orders. 



1824. 

George Waring. Son of Henry Waring, Esq. Born at 
Hereford, aged 17. Admitted OL 20 Jan. 1824 Name 
removed 9 July, 1825. 

Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1824 to 1825. 

John Griffiths. Son of the Eev. John Griffiths D.D. (1791). 
Born at Rochester, aged 17. Admitted <. 3 Feb. 1824. 
Elected . 30 June, 1824. Elected $J.Jf. 30 June, 1830. 
Admitted Actual Jf. 30 July, 1831. Vacated Jf. by 
superannuation 30 June, 1854. 

Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1824 to 1830. Goodridge Ex- 
hibitioner 1825 to 1829. Somerscales Exhibitioner 1827. 
(.|E. replaced 30 June, 1854. Second Class, Litt. Hum. 
and Math. Michaelmas Term 1827. Elected Sub-Dean 

v 



306 WARDEN TOURNAY. [1824. 

1831; Humanity Lecturer 1832, 1834; Bursar 1833, 
1835, 1836 ; Sub- Warden 1837 to 1853, during all which 
time he was also Deputy Bursar. Wills Divinity Lecturer 
1848 to 1853. Honorary Fellow 1868. Keeper of the 
Archives 1857. Delegate of the Press ; Curator of the 
University Chest. Elected 5151. of Wadham 4 Nov. 
1871. Resigned 515U. 20 Sept. 1881. 

He died on 14 August, 1885, having on the 3rd of August pre- 
vious executed a Deed of Gift to the College, whereby he 
bestowed upon it, " The Drawings, Prints, Medals, Books and 
Articles of Silver Plate, and Furniture below specified, 
The Seven Drawings of Raifaele's Cartoons. My set of 
Dorigriy's Engravings of the same. My Cabinet of Drawings, 
Prints, and Medals relating to Wadham College. My Collec- 
tion of Oxford Almanacks. My Collection of Early Editions 
of the Homilies. The Portrait of my Father. The Portrait 
of myself, by Watts. The Silver Candelabrum presented to 
me in 1854. My two smaller Silver Candelabra. The Chest 
of Plate presented to my Father by his pupils. A Marble 
Table and set of Shelves for China." 

The Arms of Griffiths are in the Windows of the Antechapel 
Argent, 3 cocks Gules. 

William Maundy Harvey. Son of William Maundy 
Harvey, Esq. (Lieut.-Col. in the British, and General in 
the Portuguese Service). Born at Little Clacton, Essex, 
aged 17. Admitted (!T. 4 Feb. 1824. B.A. 6 Dec. 1827. 
M.A. 5 May, 1831. 

(IT.Jtt. account closed Midsummer 1832. 

Rector of Little Mongeham, and Incumbent of Siitton-by- 
Dover, 1835 ; died 4 March, 1868, aged 61. 

Robert John Gould. B.A. Son of John Gould, Esq. Born 
Tretheage in Cornwall, entered at St Alban Hall, 1824. 
B.A. 21' Jan. 1828. Admitted OL of Wadham 4 Feb. 
1828. M.A. 15 May, 1833. 

P. Alban Hall, 4 May, 1824, aged 21. OT.JE. account 
closed Midsummer 1835. 

Incumbent of Trull, Somerset, 1857 to 1858. Rector of Strat- 
Ik'ld Mortimer, Berks, 1860 ; "died 28 April, 1880." (F.) 
Brother of John Xutcombe G. 1823. 



1824.] WARDEN TOURNAY. 307 



John Charles Davenport. Son of Thomas Eeginald 
Davenport, Esq. Born at Market Harborough, aged 18. 
Admitted (. 9 Feb. 1824. 

B.A. 8 May, 1828. Cr.pt. account closed Midsummer 
1835. 

Rector of Skeffington, Leic. 1836. 

James Henry Lamotte. Son of James Lamotte, Esq., 
aged 16. Admitted <. 27 March, 1824. Drowned 
about 18 Jan. 1828. Name removed 25 Jan. 1828. 

Of Newcastle-upon-Tyne (M.). 

Brother of John Lewis L. 1821, who received the balance of 
his . JTJU. 



William Hill. Son of Charles Eitzmaurice Hill, Esq. 
Born in the Isle of Wight. Admitted <. 8 April, 1824. 
Elected g>. as Founder's Kin 30 June, 1824. Elected 
$}.JF. 30 June, 1830. 

Of Newport, aged 16 (M.). Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 
1825 to 1828. Gerard Exhibitioner 1826, 1827. Second 
Class, Litt. Hum. Mich. Term 1827. B.A. 6 Dec. 1827. 
He traced his Founder's Kin through the Popham 
family, going back to the time of Henry III. 

" Admitted to Lincoln's Inn, 1830." (F.) 
He died before 30 June, 1831. 

Henry Vaughan. Son of the Rev. Charles Vaughan, 
aged 18. Admitted OL 9 April, 1824. Elected of 
Worcester College 16 June, 1826. 

Of Michelmarsh, Hants (M.). Goodridge Exhibitioner 
1824, 1825. B.A. Feb. 1829. 

" Died 15 Jan. 1837, at Crickhowell, Brecon, aged 32, Rev. 

H. V., late Minister of Park Chapel, Chelsea, and Vicar of 

Crickhowell." 

Author of a Volume of Sermons, 1833. 

Brother of Charles V. 1827. 



'60S WARDEN TOURNAY. [1824. 

Richard Spry. Son of Admiral Thomas Spry. Born at 
St Anthony's, Roseland, Cornwall, aged 17. Admitted 
<K. 13 May, 1824. B.A. 28 Feb. 1828. M.A. 5 May, 
1831. 

GLJtt. account closed 21 June, 1833. 

" Of the Inner Temple, 1828." (F.) 

Son of Thomas Davy, (who assumed the name of Spry,) born 

1807. 

George Hutchings. Son of John Hutchings, Esq. Born 
at Bristol, aged 17. Admitted <. 31 May, 1824. Name 
removed 16 March, 1826. 

Born 5 Dec. 1806 ; died 1840, s.p.m. 

Thomas Parry. Son of John Parry, Esq. Born at 
Aberystwith, Wales, aged 17. Admitted <. 31 May, 
1824. 

B.A. 13 Nov. 1828. Name removed 10 April, 1829. Ee- 
admitted 22 Oct. 1836. M.A. 25 May, 1838. Account 
closed Lady Day 1839. 

Vicar of Walthamstow, Essex, 1851; died 29 Jan. 1892. 

William Gregory. Son of William Gregory, Esq. Born 
at Penryn, Cornwall, aged 17. Admitted <#. 21 June, 
1824. B.A. 14 May 1828. Nairn; removed 3 July, 1829. 

Of St Gluvias, Cornwall (M.). 

Robey Eldridge. Son of Kobey Eldridge, Esq. Born at 
Newport Isle of Wight, aged 17. Admitted (. 23 June, 
1824. B.A. 27 Nov. 1828. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1825, 1826. Somerscales Exhibi- 
tioner 1826 to 1829. Third Class, Litt. Hum. Michaelmas 
Term 1828. M.A. 28 June, 1832. (H.JE. account closed 
Michaelmas 1832. 

Vicar of Chipping Norton, Oxon. 1841. 

William Anthony Glynn. Admitted OT. 24 June, 1824. 
Mi-Tutcd to Mellon Colk-v 9 Nov. 1825. 



1824.] WARDEN TOURNAY. 309 

Only Son of Anthony William G. of Arreton in the Isle of 
Wight cler. aged 17. B.A. (Magd. Hall) 17 Oct. 1833. 
M.A. (Merton) 26 May, 1847- 

Born 22 May, 1807 ; of Fairyhill, Isle of Wight, and Bennacott, 
Barton, Boyton, Corn. J.P. ; died 29 May, 1866. 

William Dallas Bernard. Son of Peter Bernard, Esq. 
Born at All Saints, Southampton, aged 16. Admitted (fl". 
13 Oct. 1824. B.A. 5 June. 1828. M.A. 5 May, 1831. 

B.M. 15 June, 1832. D.M. 26 March, 1836. OT.jE. account 
closed 14 May, 1841. Re-admitted 3 Oct. 1842. 

William Abbott Slade. Son of the Rev. William Slade. 
Born at Warminster, Wilts, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 
15 Oct. 1824. Name removed 14 April, 1826. 

James Campbell Crowley. Son of Samuel Crowley, Esq., 
aged 19. Born at Torpoint, Cornwall. Admitted (. 
10 Nov. 1824. B.A. 28 May, 1828. 

C.Jtt. account closed 8 Feb. 1833. 

Rector of St John's, near Devonport, Cornwall, 1844. 

Robert George Lewis. Son of John Lewis, Esq., aged 
17. Born in Spital Square in the liberty of Norton 
Folgate, London. Admitted <. 16 Nov. 1824. B.A. 
28 May, 1828. 

" De fossa Shore " (M.). Third Class, Math. Easter Term 
1828. M.A. 16 June, 1831. (jr.Jtt. account closed 
Michaelmas 1838. 

Incumbent of St John's, Blackheath, 1853 ; "died 8 June, 1875." 
(F.) 

John Henry Hogarth. LL.B. 1819. Emmanuel Coll. 
Camb. incorporated 24 Nov. 1824. D.C.L. 25 Nov. 
1824. 

Eldest Son of Henry Spence H. of liickmansworth, arm. (M.). 

" Died 13 July, 1863, at St Servan, France, Rev. J. H. H. late 
<>f Ford PI., Stilt'ord, Essex. J.P." ((}. May.) 



310 WARDEN TOURNAY. [1824-25. 

Thomas Bush Saunders. Son of Thomas Hosier Saunders, 
Esq. Born at Bradford, Wilts, aged 16. Admitted (JT. 
24 Nov. 1824 B.A. 28 May, 1828. 

M.A. 13 April, 1831. Compounded Midsummer 1864. 

Called to the Bar (Lincoln's Inn) 22 Nov. 1831. J.P. of 
Bradford-on-Avon, Wilts. 

Charles Penny. Son of Thomas Newton Penny, Esq. Born 
at Kennington, Surrey, aged 18. Admitted (fl*. 2 Dec, 
1824. Name removed 27 Feb. 1826. 



1825. 

John Wilson. Son of the llev. Daniel Wilson, aged 17. 
Born at Oxford. Admitted <ff. 24 Jan. 1825. B.A. 
19 Feb. 1829. Name removed 23 April, 1830. 

Died at Bagneres de Bigorre in the Pyrenees, 27 Aug. 1833. 
Brother of Daniel W. 1822. 

James Armitstead. Son of John Arniitstead, Esq. Born 
at Giggleswick, Yorkshire, aged 18. Admitted (fl". 
1 March, 1825. B.A. 14 May, 1829. 

Second Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1829. M.A. 10 June, 
1831. e.|E. account closed Christmas 1837. 

Charles Buckner. Son of Lieut.-Col. Ui chard Buckner, 
li. A. : C.B. Born at Canterbury, aged 17. Admitted (JT. 
9 March, 1825. B.A. 30 Oct. 1828. M.A. 2 June, 
1831. 

B.D. 1 July, 1841. (JT.|E. account closed Christmas 1853. 

Born 3 April, 1807. Eector of West Stoke, Sussex, 1849 ; 
"died 28 May, 1871." (F.) 

William Wilcox Clarke. Son of Charles Clarke, Esq. 
Born at Hampstead, Middlesex, aged 17. Admitted (It. 
12 March, 1825. B.A. 21 May, 1829. 

Second Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1829. M.A. 25 May, 
1833. Compounded 3 June, I860. 



1825.] WARDEN TOURNAY. 311 

Rector of North Wootton, Norfolk, 1834. Rural Dean of Lynn, 
1872. Hon. Canon of Norwich, 1874; "died 3 Nov. 1881." 
(F.) 

Henry Dyke. Son of Thomas Dyke, Esq. Born at Alders- 
gate, London, aged 18. Admitted <. 25 March, 1825. 
B.A. 19 Feb. 1829. 

(JT.Jtt. account closed Lady Day 1842. 

Rector of Greatwortli, Northants, 1848; "died 4 Oct. 1873" 
(F.) 

George Fort Cooper. Son of George Fort Cooper, Esq., 
aged 18. Born at Salisbury. Admitted <. 26 March, 
1825. B.A. 30 Oct. 1828. 
M.A. 3 Nov. 1831. C.JE. account closed Michaelmas 1832. 

John Frederick Falwasser. Son of John Frederick 
Falwasser, Esq. Born at Maidenhead, Berks, aged 18. 
Admitted (ft. 15 April, 1825. Name removed 6 April, 
1827. 

Edward Slack. Son of Thomas Cartwright Slack. Born 
in London, aged 17. Admitted <. 15 April, 1825. 
Name removed 14 April, 1826. 

Of Bishopsgate, London, gen. (M.). 

Charles Winser. Son of Charles Winser, Esq. Admitted 
Or. 18 April, 1825. B.A. 5 Fell. 1825 (sic but ?). 

Apparently from Caution Book B.A. 1829. M.A. 23 March, 
1836. (JLJE. account closed Midsummer 1846. 

Called to the Bar (Lincoln's Inn) 1838. 
Brother of Edward W. 1839. 

William Walter Tireman. Son of William Walter 
Tireman, Esq. Born at Chichester, aged 18. Admitted 
(ft. 1 June, 1825. Elected Demy of Magdalen College 
and name removed 27 July, 1827. 

Newdigate Prize (Trajan's Pillar) 1826. B.A. 17 Dec. 1830. 
M.A. 28 June, 1832. Jf. of Magdalen 1832 to 1841. 
Bursar 1838. Proctor 1841. 



312 WARDEN TOURNAY. [1825. 

Rector of Bowers Gilford, Essex, 1841. Rural Dean of Orsett ; 
died 9 Feb. 1872, aged 65. (Bloxam.) 

James Bent. Son of William Bent, Esq. Born at New- 
castle-under-Lyne, aged 17. Admitted (ft. 1 June, 1825. 
Name removed 23 Dec. 1825. 

William Yorke Draper. Son of Joseph Shepherd Draper, 
Esq., aged 17. Admitted (ft. 1 June, 1825. B.A. 
21 May, 1829. 

Of Haselbury, Somerset (M.). (JLJE. account closed 
Michaelmas 1833. 

Rector of Brooke, Kent, 1833, of Hope Mansell, Hereford, 
1851. " Died 8 Nov. 1865, at St Servan, France, Rev. W. Y. D. 
Rector of Hope Mansell, Hereford, aged 57." (G. Mag.) 

Edward David Thomas. Son of David Thomas, Esq. 
Born at Wellfield House, near Builth, Brecknockshire, 
aged 17. Admitted <. 1 June, 1825. B.A. 21 May, 
1829. 

M.A. 21 May, 1834 CJE. account closed 17 Oct. 1838. 

Born 1 March, 1808 ; of Wellfield, Radnor, J.P. and D.L. High 
Sheriff of Radnor, 1843. 

Henry Delves Broughton. Son of Rev. Henry Delves 
Broughton. Born at Cheadle, Cheshire, aged 17. Ad- 
mitted (JT. 1 June, 1825. Name removed 21 Sept. 
1826. lie-admitted 27 April, 1827. Admitted Jf.ttf. 
20 Jan. 1829. Name removed 27 Feb. 1829. 

Born 22 June, 1808. Succeeded to the Baronetcy of Broughton, 
Staff, in 1851. High Sheriff of Stafford, 1859 and of Cheshire, 
1871. 

Herbert Johnson. Son of Rev. Henry Johnson. Born 
at St Bees, Cumberland, aged 14. Admitted (T. 25 June, 
1825. Elected j. 30 June, 1825. B.A. 10 Dec. 1829. 
Elected $}.,#. 30 June, 1831. Died in College 5 Dec. 
1831. 
Hodv ((.{reek) Exhibitioner 1cS2(:> to 1831. Goodridge 



1825.] WARDEN TOURNAY. 313 

Exhibitioner 1827, 1828, 1829, 1830. Wills Law 
Exhibitioner 1827. First Class, Litt. Hum. Michaelmas 
Term 1829. 



John Edward Exeter Spink. Son of John Spink, Esq. 
Born at Sibton near Ipswich, Suffolk, aged 19. Ad- 
mitted JfM. 30 June, 1825. 

B.A. 17 Dec. 1829. M.A. 29 Nov. 1832. <2T.pl. account 
closed 21 June, 1834. 



Edward Massie. Son of Eev. Eichard Massey, aged 19. 
Born at Chester. Admitted OT. 13 Oct. 1825. B.A. 
2 June, 1830. M.A. 23 Jan. 1834. Appointed and ad- 
mitted Chaplain 7 May, 1840. 

Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1828 to 1830. Ireland Scholar 
1828. Second Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1830. 
Chaplain till 1845. (JT.jft. account closed 30 June, 1881. 

Educated at Shrewsbury. President of the Union (M<r/^>if 
of the Uniomachia.) Died 21 Jan. 1893, aged 87. He is 
said to have been the only Commoner who obtained the 
Ireland Scholarship for more than 30 years from its Found- 
ation. 

William John Blew. Son of William Blew, Esq., aged 17. 
Born in the parish of St James, Westminster. Admitted 
Or. 17 Oct. 1825. B.A. 13 May, 1830. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1826. M.A. 13 June, 1832. CT.JE. 
account closed Lady Day 1838. 

Educated at Nicholas' School in. the Rectory at Baling where 
there were then 300 boys : among them Cardinal Newman. 
Incumbent of St John's by Gravesend, 1842 to 1850. Author 
of Translation of Homer and other Classics &c. 



George Bowen Jordan Price. Son of Col. George Price, 
aged 19. Born at Haverford-West. Admitted (ft, 
21 Oct. 1825. Name removed 12. Nov. 1825. 



314 WARDEN TOURNAY. [1825. 

William Galley Giles. Son of George Giles, Esq., of 
Enfield, aged 18. Admitted <. 29 Oct. 1825. B.A. 

5 May, 1831. 

(.J&. account closed Michaelmas 1838. 

Incumbent of Ashford in Bakewell, Derb. 1840. " Died 
27 Dec. 1854 at Dungarvan, Co. Waterford, aged 48, Rev. 
W. G. G., Vicar, and formerly Vicar of Chatsworth, Derb." 

(G. Mag. 125, I. 325.) 

John Bradley Dyne. Son of Edward Dyne, Esq., aged 
16. Born at Bruton, Somersetshire. Admitted (ft. 
I Nov. 1825. Elected . 30 June, 1827, as of the county 
of Somerset. Elected ^.Jf. 30 June, 1832. Ceased -to 
be ,-fF. 27 Dec. 1838, when his name was replaced on 
the list of (JT. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1830, 1831. Second Class, Litt. 
Hum. Easter Term 1830. B.A. 19 May, 1830. M.A. 
28 May, 1834. B.D. and D.D. 6 May, 1858. Elected 
Sub-Dean 1834; Bursar 1835 and 1836; Dean and 
Divinity Lecturer 30 June, 1837 (vice Harding) and 

6 Dec/ 1837; Master of the Schools 1836 to 1838. 
Compounded 13 March, 1861. 

Born 3 Jan. 1809. Educated at Bruton School. 
Head Master of Sir Roger Cholmeley's School, Highgate, 1838 
to 1874. Prebendary of Mapesbury (St Paul's) 1868. Retired 
to Rogate, Sussex. 

Edward IVTeade. Son of William Meade, Esq., aged 18. 
Born at North Cray, Kent. Admitted <&. I Nov. 1825. 
B.A. 10 June, 1829. 

Second Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1829. M.A. 15 Nov. 
1832. CT.p. account closed Midsummer 1853. 

Rector of Winktield, Wilts, 1842. Prebendary of Netherbury 
in Terra (Sarum) 1873 ; died 9 April, 1887, and is buried at 
Winkfield with the following inscription, 

In Christo. 

In loving memory of Edward Meade, 44 years Rector of this 
Parish and 14 years Prebendary of Sarum who entered into 
rest Easter Eve 1887, aged 79. 

"Remember them that have spoken to you the word of God 
whose faith follow." Heb. xiii. 7. 



1826.] WARDEN TOURNAY. 315 



1826. 

Arthur Thomas Collett. Son of Thomas Collett, Esq., 
Born at Widcomb, Bath, aged 16. Admitted (ft. 14 Jan. 
1826. 
Name removed (apparently) Michaelmas 1831. 

Henry Edward Knatchbull. Son of Sir Henry Knatch- 
bull, Bart. Born at Mersham Hatch, near Ashford, 
Kent, aged 17. Admitted OT. 14 Jan. 1826. Elected 
J. 30 June, 1826, as Founder's Kin. Resigned *. on 
preferment in the church, and name replaced on list of 

or. 

B.A. 28 Jan. 1830. (!L|fc. account closed 10 May, 1835. 
Educated at Winchester. Vicar of North Elmham, Norfolk, 
1833 to 1867. Rector of Campsey Ash. Suffolk, 1867 ; died 
31 Aug. 1876 and is buried at Stradsett, Norfolk. He set up a 
Eeredos at Campsey. 

He traced his descent from Alice Wyndharn, grand-daughter of 
Sir Wadham Wyndham : she married Sir Edward Knatchbull, 
whose son Thomas claimed Founder's Kin in 1720 (see page 6), 
and was great-uncle of H.E.K. 

Lewis Tomlinson. Son of Charles Tomlinson, aged 20. 
Born in London. Admitted (ft. 17 Jan. 1826. Ad- 
mitted Clerk 16 Oct. 1826. Resigned Clerkship and 
name replaced on list of OL 16 Oct. 1829. B.A. 15 Oct. 
1829. 

Of St Sepulchre's London, pleb. (M.). Pigo,tt and Good- 
ridge Exhibitioner 1827 to 1829. Gerard Exhibitioner 
1828, 1829. Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1826 to 1830. 
M.A. 28 June, 1832. (JT.|E. account closed 16 July, 1832. 

\ 7 icar of Melplash, Dorset, 1863; "died 29 Nov. 1880." (F.) 
Author of Recreations in Astronomy 1858. 

Henry Bostock. Son of John Bostock. Born at New- 
castle in Staffordshire, aged 15. Admitted (. 17 Jan. 
1826. Admitted Clerk 13 Jan. 1827. Resigned Clerk- 
ship and name replaced on list of (0". 1 Jan. 1830. B.A. 
19 May, 1830. 



316 WARDEN TOURNAY. [1826. 



Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1826 to 1830. Warner Ex- 
hibitioner v 1827. Pigott and Goodridge Exhibitioner 
1827 to 1829. Third Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 
1830. M.A. 5 July, 1832. OLJft. account closed 11 Oct. 
1833. 

In Holy Orders : at one time Master of Aylesbury School. 

William Hunt. Son of Richard Hunt, Esq. Born at St 
Stephen's, Bristol, aged 18. Admitted OL 6 Eeb. 1826. 
B.A. 3 Dec. 1829. 

Third Class, Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 1829. M.A. 
17 Oct. 1832. 

He distinguished himself by his wisdom and intrepidity as 
curate of Wednesbury, Staff, during an outbreak of cholera 
1831. Vicar of Holy Trinity, Weston-super-mare, 1861 to 1888. 
Prebendary of Wells, 1879 ; died 14 Jan. 1889. 

George Thomas Comyns. Son of the Eev. George 
Corny ns. Born at Bishop's Teignton, Devon, aged 18. 
Admitted (. 18 March, 1826. B.A. 13 May, 1830. 

(/LJK. account closed Lady Day 1835. 

Vicar of Axmouth, 1858. Vicar of Sidbury, Devon, 1864. 

John Osborne Tancock. Son of John Tancock, a captain 
in the Royal Navy. Born in Guernsey, aged 18. Ad- 
mitted (tf. 13 April, 1826. B.A. 2 June, 1830. 

M.A. 17 Dec. 1840. D.C.L. 10 July, 1841. Name removed 
6 Feb. 1872. 

Incumbent of St John, Kenwyn, Corn. 1838 to 1857. Vicar 
of Tavistock, 1857 to 1872 ; " died 20 Feb, 1874." (F.) 

Richard Chandler Alexander. Son of Eichard Hayward 
Alexander, Surgeon. Born at Corsham, Wilts, aged 17. 
Admitted (. 13 April, 1826. B.A. 6 May, 1830. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1827. Third Class, Litt. Hum. 
Easter Term 1830. B.M. 11 April, 1835. D.M. 13 May, 
1837. (.Jtt. account closed Midsummer 1840. 

Assumed the additional name of Prior. 



1826.] WARDEN TOURNAY. 317 

Gerald Carew. Son of George Henry Carew, Esq., aged 17. 
Admitted (ft. 9 May, 1826. Name removed 6 July, 1828. 

Fourth Son of H. C. of Shrewsbury, Salop (M.). Migrated 
to Downing College, Cambridge. B.A. 1831. M.A. 
1834 

Curate of Treborough, Somerset, 1831 to 1842. 

Edward Gockey. Son of Edward Cockey, Esq. Born at 
Frome Selwood, Somerset, aged 17. Admitted (ft. 
1 June, 1826. Admitted . 30 June, 1826. Elected 
$3.dF. 30 June, 1831. Resigned Jf. (previously to 
marriage) 6 May, 1846. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1827. Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 
1827 to 1831. Maddox Exhibitioner 1828. Somerscales 
Exhibitioner 1830. First Class, Math, and Second Class, 
Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1830. B.A. 21 Oct. 1830. 
M.A. 28 May, 1834. Elected Humanity Lecturer 1833, 
1835, 1836 ; Deputy Librarian 1833 to 1845 ; Bursar 
1834, 30 June, and 6 Dec. 1837 to 1845 ; Deputy Sub- 
Dean 1838 to 1845 ; Public Examiner 1837, 1838 ; Select 
Preacher 1843. Vicar of Hockleigh, Essex, 1846 to 
1870. Compounded 15 Nov. 1869. 

Rural Dean of Rochford, 1849 to 1860. Rector of Fryerning 
1870, till his death 7 Aug. 1880. His Arms are in the Windows 
of the Antechapel Argent, a chevron between 3 eagle's heads 
erased Gules, on a canton Azure an anchor Or. 

William Smyth. Son of W. T. Smyth, Esq. Born at 
Northampton. Admitted (ft. 1 June, 1826. B.A. 2 Dec. 
1830. 
Son of William Tyler S. aged 18 (M.). M.A. 25 May, 1836. 

" Called to the Bar (Inner Temple) 1840 ; of Little Houghton, 
Northants. High Sheriff, 1862." (F.) 

If (as Foster states), he died 23 March, 1872, his Executors were 
still in the Caution Book in 1883. 

Edward Walwyn Foley. Son of Piev. John Foley. Ad- 
mitted (ft. 26 June, 1826. Name removed 1 July, 1826. 
lie-admitted 8 June, 1827. Elected %. 30 June, 1827, 
as Founder's Kin. Elected ^3.,-fF. 30 June 1 , 1832. 



318 WARDEN TOURNAY. [1826. 

Of Holt, Worcester: aged 16 (M.). Goodridge Exhibitioner 
1827, 1828, 1829, 1830. Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 
1827 to 1832. Third Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 
1831. B.A. 13 May, 1831. M.A. 25 May, 1836. 
Elected Sub-Dean 1836. Jf. vacant 30 June, 1838. 

Born at Astley Rectory, Worcester, 2 Aug. 1809. 

Incumbent of Holy Trinity, Tewkesbury, 1836 to 1849. Vicar 

of All Saints, Derby, 1849 to 1872. Rector of Jevington, 

Sussex, 1872. Author of Sermons. 

Brother of John F. 1821, and Father of Edward F. W. F. 1870, 

and son John F., 1792, whom see (page 197), for the Pedigree 

by which he claimed Founder's Kin. 

His Arms are in the Windows of the Antechapel Argent, a 

fess engrailed between 3 cinquefoils Gules. 

James Buckingham. Son of Rev. James Buckingham. 
Born at Burrington near Clmmleigh, Devon, aged 18. 
Admitted OL 30 June, 1826. 

B.C.L. 21 April, 1836. (JT.JE. account closed 23 April, 
1836. 

Rector of Doddiscombsleigh, Devon, 1856, where he is buried 
with a monument with this inscription, 

In Loving Memory of 
Rev. James Buckingham B.C.L., J.P. 
for 50 years Rector of this Parish. 
He was a faithful preacher of the Gospel of Christ, 
A True pastor and a Sincere Friend. 
Born March 6th 1808. 
Died Feb. 5th 1883. 
He being dead yet speaketh. 
Keep in memory what I preached unto you. 

James Waller Bird. Son of Eev. Godfrey Bird, aged 17. 
Born at Little "Waltham near Chelmsford, Essex. Ad- 
mitted <. 15 Dec. 1826. B.A. 17 Feb. 1831. 

(JT.ftt. account closed 19 Jan. 1835. 

Educated at Winchester. Rector of Foulsham, Norfolk 1855 ; 
died 20 Fell. 1876, and was buried at Kensal Green. 



1827.] WARDEN TOURNAY. 319 



1827. 

Edward Thrupp. Son of Joseph Thrupp, Esq. Born at 
Paddington, Middlesex, aged 17. Admtted (tf. 28 Feb. 
1827. B.A. 27 Oct. 1830. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1827. Third Class, Litt. Hum. 
Easter Term 1830. M.A. 29 Jan. 1834. CT.JE. account 
closed Lady Day 1837. 

Vicar of Feltliam, Middlesex, 1848, where there is a monument 
with the following inscription in St Dunstan's Church. 
Come unto me all ye that labour and are heavy laden and I 
will give you rest. St Matt. xi. 28. 

In Loving Memory 

of 

Kev. Edward Thrupp M.A. 

who entered into Rest 

July 30th 1877 

Aged 68 years 

He was Vicar of Feltham 

For nearly 30 years. 
Where I am, there shall also my Servant be. 

St John xii. 26. 

Septimus Cotes. Son of. Peter Cotes, Esq. Born at 
Ticton, Yorkshire. Admitted <. 21 March, 1827. B.A. 
18 Nov. 1830. 

Aged 17 (M.). M.A. 3 June, 1834. C.JE. account closed 
Christmas 1838. 

Rector of Newington, Berks, 1845 ; died 10 Jan. 1893. 

His Arms are in the Windows of the Antechapel, Quarterly 

1st and 4th Ermine : 2nd and 3rd paly of six, Or and Gules. 

Henry Hutton. Son of Lieut-General Henry Hutton, 
aged 18. Born at Athlone, county of Westmeath, 
Ireland. Admitted (. 24 March, 1827. B.A. 4 Nov. 
1830 

M.A. 7 Nov. 183:;. (.#1. account closed Christmas 1841. 



320 WARDEN TOURNAY. [1827. 

Rector of Woburn, Beds : 1834. Rector of St Paul's, Covent 
Garden 1848 ; died 23 June, 1863, aged 54. Author of Lectures 
on the English Liturgy and Sermons &c. 

John Wise. Son of Ilev. John Wise. Born at Leamington, 
Warwickshire, aged 18. Admitted OT. 28 March, 1827. 
B.A. 9 Dec. 1830. 

Of Lillington, Warwic. (M.). OLJE. account closed 10 Feb. 
1836. Eeplaced 27 Nov. 1850. M.A. 28 Nov. 1850. 
Account closed Lady Day 1866. 

Educated at Rugby. Vicar of Lillington, 1833 to 1874 ; died 
29 June, 1877. 

Charles Vaughan. Son of Eev. Charles Vaughan. Born 
at Southampton, aged 18. Admitted (JT. 30 March, 1827. 
B.A. 21 March, 1831. 

(JT.JE. account closed Christmas 1838. 

Vicar of Crickadarn with Llandevally, 1842. 
Brother of Henry V., 1824. 

George Edward Gepp. Son of George Asser Gepp, Esq., 
aged 17. Born at Chelmsford, Essex. Admitted (ft. 
30 March, 1827. Elected a,. 30 June, 1827. Elected 
ty.Jf. 30 June, 1833. Eesigned previously to marriage 
24 Dec. 1833. Name replaced on list of (. 

Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1830 to 1832. Second Class, 
Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 1830. B.A. 25 Nov. 
1830. M.A. 12 Dec. 1833. (JT.Jtt. replaced on ceasing 
to be Jf. ; account closed Christmas 1868. 

Head Master of Ashbourn School, Derb. 1836 to 1872. Pre- 
sented by the College to the Rectory of Limington, Somerset, 
1872 ; died 29 August, 1881. 

Arthur Charles Tarbutt. Son of William Brackstone 
Tarbutt, Est[. Born at Wanstead, Essex, aged 18. Ad- 
mitted OL 28 April, 1827. Elected . 30 June, 1827. 
B.A. 2 June, 1831. Elected ^.JF. 30 June, 1833. 

Maddux Exhibitioner 1830. M.A. 29 March, 1838. 
Elected Moderator of Philosophy 30 June, 1837, and 



1827.] WARDEN TOURNAY. 321 

each year subsequently till 1839; Sub-Dean 1840 to 
1843 : but always had a deputy, having obtained leave of 
non-residence 18 April, 1838, "having a clerical appoint- 
ment at Dover." Gl.Jtt. replaced on ceasing to lie jf. 
30 May, 1844; account closed Christmas 1850. 

Vicar of St Peter's, Streatham, 1866 ; died 22 April, 1890, in 
his 82nd year. His Arms are in the Windows of the Ante- 
chapel. 
Author of numerous Sermons. 

Henry James. Son of John Thomas James, Esq., aged 17. 
Born in the parish of St George, Bloomsbury, London. 
Admitted (&. 1 May, 1827. Name removed 8 June, 
1827. 

B.A. (Worcester) 28 April, 1831. M.A. 4 Dec, 1834. 

William Henry Bloxome (Bloxsome). Son of Edward 
Bloxome, Esq. Born at Deirsley, Gloucestershire, aged 
18. Admitted OT. 12 June, 1827. 

B.A. 2 May, 1832. M.A. 28 May, 1834. 

Rector of Staunton with Snowshill, Glouc. 1838 ; Rector of 

Evesbach, Hereford, 1838 ; died 14 Feb. 1877. 

Father of William H. B., 1855, and Edward J. B., 1858. 

William Richardson. Son of the Eev. William Kichard- 
son. Born at Ackworth, Yorkshire, aged 18. Admitted 
Or. 13 June, 1827. 

Second Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1832. B.A. 13 June, 
1832. CJE. account closed 18 Oct. 1834. Admitted 
$.JF. of Magdalen Coll. 25 July, 1834, and Actual tf. 
26 July, 1835. M.A. 4 Dec, 1834. 

The Vice-President's Register for 1842, records his proceeding 
to the degree of B.D. 10 Nov. 1842, and (on the same page) his 
death 23 Nov. 1 842. The latter entry is as follows, 
Novris 23. Obiit, morte acerbissima prareptus Gulielmus 
Richardson, S.T.B. Socius Eboracensis, necnon Domus Christi 
Hospitalis de Sherburn in agro Dunelmensi Capellanus, dies 
paucos tantum jegrotans. Redeuntis enim ab Oxonia (ubi 
paululum commoratus esset gradum S.T.B. obeundi causa) et 
corpus ut mentem invasit febris, co furore irruens ut ad patris 

X 



322 WARDEN TOURNAY. [1827. 

domum vix perveniret salvus. Ibi indies ingravescebat morbus 
et noster, inter lacrymas patris et propinquorum, animani placi- 
dissime exspiravit. Vir, si quis alius, et moribus et pietate 
insignis, nee revera jure deflendus, quippe qui vitam mortalern 
cum immortali commutaverit. Beati scilicet qui in Domino 
moriuntur. E.I. P." 

"Died 23 Nov. 1842, aged 33, at Ferrybridge, Yorks, Rev. 
W. R., Chaplain of Sherborne Hospital, Durham, and Fellow of 
Magdalen ; Curate of Ewelme." (G. Mag. 113, I. 216.) 

He has a memorial tablet on the South Wall of the Ante- 
chapel at Magdalen with an inscription corresponding to the 
above entry in the Vice President's Register. His arms are in 
the windows of the Antechapel of Wadham Sable, on a chief 
Argent, three lion's heads erased Ermines. 

Walter Apsley Bathurst. Son of Walter Batlmrst, Esq., 
Captain in the lioyal Navy. Born in the parish of St 
Marylebone, London, aged 18. Admitted <. 14 June, 
1827. B.A. 5 May, 1831. 

M.A. G Feb. 1834 Admitted Chaplain 7 Dec. 1845. 
Name withdrawn 7 May, 1855. 

Vicar of Ludham, Norfolk, 1833 to 1855; "died 5 March, 
1884." (F.) 

His arms arc in the Windows of the Antechapel Sable, two 
bars Ermine, beneath three crosses patee in chief Or. 

Edward Harland. Son of Christopher Harland, Esq. 
Born at Ashbourne, Derbyshire, aged 17. Admitted (JT. 
1C June, 1827. B.A. 28 April, 1831. 

M.A. 25 May, 1836. (.JE. account closed Michaelmas 
1841. 

Vicar of Colwich, 1851. Prebendary of Eccleshall, (Lichfield) 
1873 ; died 8 June, 1890. 

There is a White Marble Cross over his grave in Colwich 
Churchyard with following inscription, 
In loving memory 

of 

Edward Harland 
for 39 years Vicar of this Parish. 

Born 23 May, 1810. 
Entered into rest 8 June, 1890. 



1827.] WARDEN TOURNAY. 323 

And a Brass in the Chancel is inscribed as follows, 

To the Glory of God 

and in grateful remembrance of 

Edward Harland, M.A., 

Prebendary of Lichfield, 

for 39 years Vicar of Colwich, 

at rest June 8, 1890. 

Parishioners have placed this Tablet in the Church which by 
his care was restored, and in which he loved to preach Jesus 
Christ and Him Crucified. 

William James Heale. Son of William Heale, Esq., 
(dec.). Born at Newington Green, Middlesex, aged 17. 
Admitted <. 21 June, 1827. B.A. 13 May, 1831. 

Fourth Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1831. M.A. 20 Nov. 
1834 C.JE. account closed Lady Day 1846. 

Born 3 March, 1810. Vicar of Wombourn, Staff. 1849. Rural 
Dean of Trysail, 1872. 

Thomas Green Simcox. Son of Thomas Green Simcox, 
Esq. Born in the parish of St Martin, Birmingham, 
aged 17. Admitted OT. 21 June, 1827. B.A. 13 May, 
1831. 

First Class, Math, and Second Class, Litt. Hum. Easter 
Term 1831. M.A. 28 April, 1836. (JT.JE. account closed 
Michaelmas 1851. 

Vicar of North Harborne, 1838 to 1871 ; died 19 Aug. 1876. 
There is this Tablet in the Church of Holy Trinity, Smethwick 
(or North Harborne), 

" This Brass is inscribed to the Memory of the Rev. Thomas 
Green Simcox, M.A., Incumbent of this Parish, from the year 
1838, until his resignation owing to ill health in 1871. Born 
in A.D. 1810, he was ordained to the Curacy of Harborne, in 
1833. It was chiefly through his exertions and liberality that 
this Church was built in 1838, also the Parsonage in 1839, and 
the Schools in 1840. The Benefice became a Vicarage, being 
endowed by the Dean and Chapter of Lichfield, with the 
Vicarial Tithes of the district in 1842. When the district of 
West Smethwick was severed from this Parish, and the Church 



324 WARDEN TOURNAY. [1827. 

of St Paul erected in 1859, a Parsonage House was built for 
that district at Mr Siincox's cost. He died at Winchester 
Aug. 19, 1876, and left by will a sum of 100 to provide a 
Clock for the Tower of this Church. The Clock was placed 
in the Tower in 1877." 
Brother of John L. S., 1831. 

David Theodore Williams. Son of Rev. David Williams. 
Born at Heytesbury, Wilts, aged 16. Admitted (ft. 
25 June, 1827. Elected J&. of Queen's College 15 Nov. 
1827. 
B.A. (New Inn Hall) 9 May, 1833. 

Henry Alworth Merewether. Son of Henry Alworth 
Merewether, Esq., Sergeant at Law. Born at Combhay, 
Somersetshire, aged 15. Admitted (JL 25 June, 1827. 

Cfft. account closed 17 April, 1828. Migrated to Trinity 
Coll. Camb. 

Called to the Bar (Inner Temple) 9 June, 1837. Eecorder of 
Devizes, 1842. Q.C. and Bencher, 1853 ; "died 29 Aug. 1877." 
(F-) 

Henry Constantine Brooksbank. Son of Thomas Con- 
stantine Brooksbank, Esq. Born in the parish of 
Chelsea, Middlesex. Admitted <. 26 Nov. 1827. B.A. 
2 June, 1831. 

Aged 17 (M.). M.A. 7 May, 1834. Denycr Theological 
Essay 1837. " On Original or Birth Sin : or the Necessity 
of New Birth unto Life." (K.Jtt. Jiccount closed 15 Feb. 
1839. 

" Died 5 Dec. 1838, aged 28, Rev. II. B. late Curate of Leigh, 
Glouc." (G. Mag. 109, 1. 103.) 

Edward Langton Ward. Son of Eev. Edward Ward. 
Born at Ivor, Bucks, aged 18. Admitted (tf. 30 Nov. 
1827. 

B.A. 9 June, 1831. M.A. 7 June, 1834. e.pl. account 
closed 22 Nov. 1834. 



1827-28.] WARDEN TOURNAY. 325 

Eector of Blend worth, Hants, 1834, where he is buried with 

this inscription, 

" In loving memory of the Eev. Edward Langton Ward, M.A., 

for nearly 47 years Eector of this Parish. Taken home 

10th May, 1881, aged 71 years." 

" He that goeth forth and weepeth bearing precious seed shall 

doubtless come again with rejoicing bringing his sheaves with 

him." 

Father of Frederick W. 0. W., 1861. 

Charles Lewis Parker. Son of Mr Joseph Parker, 
Bookseller. Born in Oxford, aged 17. Admitted <#. 
8 Dec. 1827. B.A. 25 May, 1835. 

M.A. 26 Feb. 1835. C.Jtt. account closed 3 Feb. 1849. 



1828. 



Francis Ballaine. Son of Francis Ballaine, Esq. Born at 
St Hilliers, Jersey, aged 17. Admitted 4T. 23 Jan. 1828. 
Dead. Name removed 24 March, 1831. 

John Barrow. Son of John Barrow, Esq. Born at 
Wedmore near Cheddar, Somerset, aged 18. Admitted 
(. 28 Jan. 1828. 

Fourth Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1831. B.A. 28 Feb. 
1833. d.pt. account closed Midsummer 1835. 

Andrew Forster (Foster). Son of Eev. Edward Forster. 
Born at Wells, Somerset, aged 17. Admitted (ft. 30 Jan. 
1828. 

B.A. 30 May, 1833. MA. 16 Oct. 1834. OT.JE. account 
closed Midsummer 1841. 

Afterwards Foster Melliar (13 Nov. 1840); "died 10 May, 
1841." (F.) 

His Arms are in the Windows of the Antechapel, Argent, 
3 martlets Gules beneath a chief dancettee Azure, charged with 
an annulet Or between 2 fleur-de-lys of the field. 



326 WARDEN TOURNAY. [1828. 

William Strode Fowler. Son of Eev. John Fowler, aged 
17. Born at Warboys, Huntingdonshire. Admitted <. 
29 Feb. 1828. Name removed to enter at Trinity College 
Cambridge 7 May, 1829. 
He graduated B.A. 1833. M.A. 1836. 

Charles John Crawford. Son of William Crawford, Esq., 
aged 18. Born at Bombay. Admitted <JT. 7 March, 
1828. 

B.A. 14 Jan. 1832. M.A. 21 May, 1834. B.D. 25 June, 
1847. D.D. 1 July, 1847. (JT.JE. account closed 
Christmas 1844. Be-admitted 8 June, 1847. 

Rector of Woodmansterne, Surrey, 1844 ; " died 3 July, 1871." 

(F.) 

His Arms are in the Windows of the Antechapel Gules, a fess 

Ermine ; in chief, a crescent Argent. 

George Henry Chandler. Son of George Chandler, Esq., 
aged 17. Born at Treeton near Eotheram, Yorkshire. 
Admitted <. 24 March, 1828. 

B.A. 30 May, 1833. CT.JE. account closed 19 April, 1834. 
Educated at Winchester. 

William Fox. Son of George Townsend Fox, Esq. Bom 
at Westoe, Durham, aged 16. Admitted <. 28 April, 
1828. 

B.A. 23 Feb. 1832. M.A. 6 June, 1839. OT.JE. account 
closed 6 June, 1840. 

Called to the Bar (Inner Temple) 29 April, 1842. "Prime 

Minister of New Zealand 1856, 1861 to 1862, 1869 to 1872, K.C. 

M.G. 1879." (F.) 

His Arms are in the Windows of the Antechapel Ermine, on 

a chevron Azure, 3 fox's heads erased Or. 

Brother of Henry W. F., 1836. 

Arthur Stonehouse. Son of Eev. Timothy Stonehouse- 
Vigor, aged 18. Born at Sunningwell, Berks. Admitted 
tf.'O May, 1828. 



1828.] WARDEN TOURNAY. 327 

B.A. 30 May, 1832. (JT.JE. account closed Lady Day 1840. 

Born 1 April, 1810. Incumbent of Stratford Sub Castle, Wilts, 
1838. Vicar of Walford-on-Wye, Hereford, 1842, where in the 
churchyard is a cross with this inscription, 
Now, Lord, what is my hope : 
Truly my hope is even in Thee. 

Arthur Stonhouse. 
41 years vicar of this parish. 
Died Oct. 17, 1883 ; aged 73 years. 
Quam speciosa sunt vestigia Evangelizantium pacein. 

Isaiah, cap. lii, v. 7. 

Edward Archer Tawney. Fourth Son of Pilchard 

Tawney, Esq. Born at Dunchurch, Warwickshire, aged 
18. Admitted OL 10 May, 1828. Elected Demy of 
Magdalen College 24 July, 1830. 

Exhibitioner 1828. Died at College 6 Dec. 1832, and was 
buried in the Antechapel (Bloxam VII. p. 324). The 
following epitaph was written for him by Rev. G. Booth 
w r ho nominated him to the Demyship. " M. S. Edvardi 
Tawney in Coll. B. M. Magdalense Oxon : aliquandin Semi- 
conimunarii turn sequo candidoque animo, turn corpore 
decent! concinnoque ornatissimi adolescentis. Probabilem 
fecerat in litteris profectum ; in perspiciendis autein 
hominum moribus quam pro aetate ac suo rerum usu 
subtilior cum esset judex, laudem tamen sibi nunquam 
arrogabat, aliis tribuebat libens, negabat invitissimus, 
munditiarum elegans estimator. Fuit in omni cultu 
nee minis ipse lautus neque parum, indole, vultu, con- 
suetudine jucundus et amabilis. Vixit annos XXIII. 
Kepentina et pi\Tcipiti pulmonum tabe intra menses 
fere tres confectus in spe Salutis Christiana requievit 
VIII. id Decembris an : p : nut : Servatorem nostrum 
MDCCCXXXII. 

Educated at St Paul's School. Exhibitioner 1828. 

Thomas Golding. Son of John Holding, Esq. Born at 
Wookey in Somersetshire, aged 18. Admitted (!T. 
20 May, 1828. Name removed 17 July, 1829. 



328 WARDEN TOURNAY. [1828. 

John Strickland. Son of George Strickland, Esq. Born 
at Bristol, aged 18. Admitted OL 22 May, 1828. 

B.A. 15 March, 1832. M.A. 25 June, 1835. .j&. account 
closed Lady Day 1838. 

" Died 14 Feb. 1855, aged 45, Rev. J. S., Rector of Christ Church 
with St Ewin, Bristol," 

William Trevelyan Cox. Son of William Hody Cox, 
Esq. Born at Stockland, Dorset, aged 17. Admitted 
(JT. 12 June, 1828. 

John Rayer Hogarth. Son of Kev. John Henry Hogarth, 
D.D. aged 16. Born in the Parish of St George, Blooms- 
bury, London. Admitted <. 24 June, 1828. Name 
removed 19 June, 1829. 

John Thomas. Son of Thomas Thomas, Esq. Born at 
Llandyfeisant, Caermarthenshire, aged 17. Admitted 
41. 24 June, 1828. Elected . of Trinity College 7 June, 
1830. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1828, 1829. Hody (Greek) Exhibi- 
tioner 1828 to 1830. Sonierscales Exhibitioner 1829. 
Craven Scholar 1829. Chancellor's Prize Latin Verse 
(Attila) 1832. Second Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term, 
1833. B.A. 30 May, 1833. B.C.L. 21 Jan. 1837. 
Vinerian Scholar 1834. Tutor of Univ. Coll. Durham, 
1836 to 1841. 

Vicar of All Hallows, Barking, 1852. Canon of Canterbury, 
1862 ; "died 18 July, 1883." (F.) 

James Philip Keigwin. Son of Bev. James Jenkin 
Keigwin, aged 17. Born at Illogan, Cornwall. Admitted 
OT. 24 June, 1828. Elected |>. 30 June, 1830. Ad- 
mitted 14 Oct. 1830. Elected ^.,-fF. 30 June, 1838 as 
Founder's Kin. B.A. 29 Nov. 1832. 

Maddox Exhibitioner 1831. M.A. 7 July, 1838. He 
claimed Founder's Kin as being ninth in descent from 
Florence Windham through the Giffords ; born 31 Dec. 
1811 : son of J. J. K., Rector of Wilhiul by Mary Anne 



1828.] WARDEN TOURNAY. 329 

Eichards. C.Jtt. replaced on ceasing to be JF. 17 Dec. 

1847. Account closed 14 Feb. 1852. 

Incumbent of St Andrew's, Cumbrae ; Canon of the Cathedral 
Church of the Isles, to which he bequeathed his library, and 
where he has a tombstone of grey granite with this inscrip- 
tion, 

* 

James Philip Keigwin 

M.A. Oxon. 

Canon 
of this Cathedral Church 

and sometime 
Incumbent of St Andrew's. 

Born at 

Illogan Rectory Cornwall 
December 31, 1811. 
Died in this College 

July 19, 1883. 

His Arms are in the Windows of the Antechapel Vert, a 
chevron Argent between 3 greyhounds courant proper. 
Donor of Plate to the College. 

John Wills. Son of Eev. John Wills, aged 16. Born at 

South Perrott, Somerset. Admitted <. 24 June, 1828. 
Goodridge Exhibitioner 1828. Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 
1828 to 1831. B.A. 15 Nov. 18:52. C.Jtt. account 
closed 26 Eeb. 1836. 

Rector of South Perrott, Dorset 27 June, 1848, where there is 
a window to his memory ; he died 28 July, 1873. Probably 
son of John W., 1801. 

John Grant Lawford. Son of William Eobinson Lawford, 
Esq. Born at Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire, aged 17. 
Admitted <. 1 July, 1828. 

B.A. 25 May, 1833. " M.A. 14 Jan. 1835. CJE. account 
closed 8 June, 1841. 

"Died 23 June, 1847 at Brussels, aged 34, Rev. J. G. L. 
late of Aylesbury." (G. Mag.) 

William Marsden. Son of Mr Eichard Marsden. Born 
at Christ Church, Surrey. Admitted 0?. 11 Oct. 1828. 



330 WARDEN TOURNAY. [1828. 

Aged 18 (M.). Third Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1833. 
B.A. 25 May, 1833. M.A. 18 June, 1835. CT.Jl. 
account closed 28 March, 1843. 

Rector of Everingham, Yorks, 1839 ; died 23 Dec. 1841. 



George Napoleon Woodd. Son of James Woodd, Esq. 
(deceased). Born in London, aged 18. Admitted <. 
10 Nov. 1828. 

Third Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1834. B.A. 8 June, 
1837. (H.Jtt.. account closed Lady Day 1852. 

Incumbent of Waverly, Sidney, N.S.W. 

Henry Freeman Cheshire. Son of James Cheshire, Esq. 
Born at Aston near Birmingham, aged 17. Admitted (U. 
13 Nov. 1828. 

Second Class, Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 1832. B.A. 
29 Nov. 1832. M.A. 30 June, 1843. Name removed 
Christmas 1868. 

Vicar of Wyke, Surrey, 1850 to 1877 ; " died 3 Jan. 1885." (F.) 

Thomas William Allies. Son of the Eev. Thomas Allies. 
Born in the Parish of St James, Bristol, Somersetshire. 
Elected ft. 30 June, 1828. Admitted 19 Nov. 1828. 
Elected ty.Jf. 30 June, 1833. N.B. not admitted CT. 

Aged 15 (M.). Hocly (Greek) Exhibitioner 1830 to 1833. 
Goodridge Exhibitioner 1832. First Class, Litt. Hum. 
Michaelmas Term 1832. B.A. 29 Nov. 1832. M.A. 
3 Feb. 1837. Denyer Theological Essay 1838. Elected 
Humanity Lecturer 1838, 1839, but had a Deputy. 
Vacated JF. 30 June, 1841. dT.JE. account closed ? 
Michaelmas 1850. 

Secretary to the Roman Catholic Poor Schools Committee. 
His anus are in the Windows of the Antechapel Azure, a lion 
rampant Argent. 

John Kent. Son of Rev. George Davies Kent. Born at 
Lincoln, aged 17. Admitted (ff. 16 Dec. 1828. 



1828-29.] WARDEN TOURNAY. 331 



Fourth Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1832. B.A, 
13 June, 1832. M.A. 25 June, 1835. (JT.JE. account 
closed 26 April, 1845. 

Rector of St Paul's, Lincoln, 1835 ; died at Swansea, 26 Oct. 
1844, aged 33. 



1829. 

Henry John Maddock. Son of Eev. Henry John 
Maddock (deceased). Born at Enderby in Leicestershire, 
aged 18. Admitted <. 21 Jan. 1829. Elected Jg>. of 
Worcester College and name removed 25 June, 1830. 

Fourth Class, Litt. Hum. Faster Term 1833. B.A. 2 May, 
1833. M.A. 2 June, 1836. JF. of Worcester 1834 to 1852. 

Rector of Boncliurcli, Isle of Wight, 1869. 

Humphrey John Hare. Son of Eev. Humphrey John 
Hare. Born at Docking near Eougham, Norfolk, aged 

17. Admitted <. 27 Jan. 1829. 

B.A. 25 May, 1833. M.A. 12 Nov. 1835. e.Jtt. account 
closed Midsummer 1859. 

"Called to the Bar (Inner Temple) 1835 : of Docking Hall, 
Norfolk, J.P." (F.) 

John Gibbons Longueville. Son of Thomas Longueville, 
Esq., aged 18. Born at Oswestry, Salop. Admitted (!T. 
25 March, 1829. 

Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1830 to 1833. Somerscales 
Exhibitioner 1833. First Class, Litt. Hum. Faster Term 
1833. B.A. 25 May, 1833. M.A. 23 March, 1836. 
(JLJE. account closed Christmas 1853. 

Rector of Eccleston, Cheshire, 1854 ; died 14 July, 1882. 

John Garrett Bussell. Son of Eev. John Bussell, aged 

18. Born at Portsmouth, Hants. Admitted <. 
25 March, 1829. 



332 WARDEN TOURNAY. [1829. 

B.A. 15 Nov. 1832. (.J&. account closed Midsummer 
1843. 

Vicar of Newark -upon-Trent, 1835. Prebendary of Carlton 
cum Thursby (Lincoln) 1859. Rural Dean of Newark. 

John Charles Knight Coates. Son of Henry Coates, 
Esq., aged 17. Born at Salisbury. Admitted (t. 
25 March, 1829. Name removed 24 Dec. 1830. 

John Elton Mervin Prower. Only son of Rev. John 

Mervin Prower, aged 17. Born at , near 

Gloucester. Admitted <&. 25 March, 1829. Name 
removed 31 July, 1829. 

Born 11 Oct. 1811. Educated at Charterhouse. Of Purton 
House, Wilts, J.P. and D.L. High Sheriff, 1862. Major in 
Royal Wilts Militia ; died 12 May, 1882. 
Son of John M. P., 1802, and grandson of John P., 1766. 

William Morgan. Son of David Morgan, Esq., aged 18. 
Born at Blaensenny in the parish of Devennock, Brecon. 
Admitted (. 25 March, 1829. 

B.A. 15 May, 1833. (&.j&. account closed 5 April, 1834. 

John Leyborne Fopham. Son of Lieut.-General Popham. 
Born at Littlecote near Hungerford, aged 18. Admitted 
Or. 26 March, 1829. 

B.A. 15 Nov. 1832. M.A. 2 June, 1838. e.JE. account 
closed Midsummer 1840. 

Rector of Chilton Folliatt, Wilts, 1835. Rural Dean of 
Marlborough, 1839. Prebendary of Yetniinster Prima (Sarum) 
1849. Chaplain to the Bishop of Salisbury, 1854. 
On the South side of the Chancel at Chilton, is a lancet 
window with the following legend,- " In revered memory of 
John Leyborne Popham, who for the Glory of God restored 
this His House. He departed this life 24 Sept. 1872, aged 61 
years." 

William Stone. Son of David Stone, aged 23. Born 
at Kinsale, Ireland. Admitted OT. 13 May, 1829. 
Appointed and admitted Clerk 16 Jan. 1830. 



1829.] WARDEN TOURNAY. 333 

Pigott and Goodridge Exhibitioner 1830 to 1832. Warner 
Exhibitioner 1830. Gerard Exhibitioner 1830 to 1832. 
Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1830 to 1833. Second 
Class, Litt. Hum. and Third Class, Math. Easter Term 
1833. B.A. 20 June, 1833. M.A. 13 April, 1836. CT.Jtt. 
account closed 13 Oct. 1836. 

" Vicar of St Paul's, Haggerstone, 1858 to 1874 and of Alfriston, 
Sussex, from 1874 till his death 4 March, 1877." (F.) 
Author of A Manual of Confirmation and other works. 

Eames Harry Gibbs. Son of Harry Leeke Gibbs, M.D. 
Born at Petersburgh, aged 19. Admitted (R. 13 May,1829. 

dT.Jtt. account closed (apparently) Michaelmas 1832. 

Percy Macaulay Ashworth. Son of Kichard Ash worth. 
Born at Eccles, Lancashire, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 
13 May, 1829. 

Newdigate Prize (The Suttees) 1831. B.A. 7 Nov. 1833. 
(JT.JU. account closed Midsummer 1834. 

" Called to the Bar (Inner Temple) 18 Nov. 1843 ; died 
11 Nov. 1844." (F.) 

Edward Oliver Benson. Son of Joseph Benson, D.D. 
Born at Hounslow, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 13 May, 
1829. 

B.A. 31 Jan. 1833. (jr.Jtt. account closed 26 June, 1840. 

Edward Rashleigh. Son of Jonathan Eashleigh, Esq. 
Born in the parish of St Andrew, Holborn, aged 17. 
Admitted (ft. 13 May, 1829. Name removed Michaelmas 
1829. 

Thomas Harding Newman. Son of Thomas Newman, 
Esq. Born at Hornchurch, Essex, aged 17. Admitted 
(ft. 13 May, 1829. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1829. (JT.|E. account closed Mid- 
summer 1832. Migrated to Magdalen. Demy 1832. 
B.A. 17 Oct. 1833. M.A. 13 April, 1836. JF. of 
Magdalen 1847 to 1873. Bursar 1852. B.D. 3 Dec. 
1846. D.D. 25 Nov. 1848. 



334 WARDEN TOURNAY. [1829. 

William Charles Sole. Son of William Sole, Esq., aged 
17. Born at Devonport. Admitted Ot. 13 May, 1829. 

B.A. 9 May, 1833. M.A. 17 Nov. 1842. (2T.JE. restored 
21 May, 1833. Eeplaced 6 June, 1840. 

Solicitor. 

George Robinson. Son of Thomas Robinson, Esq. Born 
at Skiberreen, Cork, aged 15. Admitted (ft. 13 May, 
1829. 

Paid 60 GT.JE. being resident out of Great Britain. 
B.A. 17 June, 1834. Account closed Midsummer 1838. 

Edward Rogers. Son of Edward Rogers, Esq. Born at 
Ludlow, aged 17. Admitted JfM. 20 May, 1829. 

C.JE. account closed 10 Nov. 1832. 

Richard George Stephens (Stevens). Son of Richard 
John Samuel Stevens, Esq., aged 17. Born at Charter- 
house, London. Admitted <JT. 23 June, 1829. 

B.A. 30 May, 1833. Account closed Midsummer 1843. 
Called to the Bar (Gray's Inn) 20 Nov. 1839. 

John Phillip Hugo. Son of Thomas Hugo, Esq., aged 17. 
Bom at Creditor!, Devon. Admitted (. 23 June, 1829. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1832. Fourth Class, Litt. Hum. 
and First Class, Math. Easter Term 1833. B.A. 15 May, 
1833. Math. (University) Scholar 1834. (!LJE. restored 
1 July, 1834. JF. of Exeter 30 June, 1834. M.A. 
(Exeter) 13 April, 1837. Vacated Jf. by marriage 
15 Nov. 1842. 

Vicar of Exminster, Devon, 8 Dec. 1841 ; died 29 Oct. 1862. 

(Boase, 131.) 

Henry IDampier Fhelps. Son of Rev. Thomas Prancard 
Phelps, aged 17. Born at Thame, Oxfordshire. Ad- 
mitted Or. 23 June, 1829. 

B.A. 25 May, 1833. M.A. 28 April, 1836. .$&,. account 
closed Lady Day 1839. 

"Died 28 Oct. 18G4, at Biding, Kent, (1850), aged 52, Rev. 
II. D. I'liiljis, sic. Vicar." (G. May. 134, ii. 797.) 



1829.] WARDEN TOURNAY. 335 

James Blatch Philip Hoblyn. Son of Rev. Richard 
Hoblyn, aged 17. Born at Colchester. Admitted (ST. 
2 July, 1829. Name removed 16 April, 1830. 



Charles Browne Dalton. Son of the Rev. Charles Dalton. 
Born at Kelvedon, Essex. Admitted (C*. 2 July, 1829. 
Elected . 30 June, 1829. 

Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1830 to 1834 (when he was a 
private tutor at Eton). Goodridge Exhibitioner 1832, 
1833. Second Class, Litt. Hum. and Math. Easter Term 
1833. B.A. 25 May, 1833. M.A. 10 Nov. 1836. Elected 
|).dF. 30 June, 1834. Elected Moderator of Philosophy 
1835, 1836; Bursar 30 June, 1837 and from 1837 to 
1842. (JT.JE. replaced on ceasing to be ,-ff. 21 Aug. 1845. 
Select Preacher 1848. 

Chaplain of Lincoln's Inn, 1837 to 1846. Examining Chaplain 
to the Bishop of London, 1843 to 1846. Rector of Lambeth, 
1846 to 1854. Rural Dean of Southwark, 1847 to 1854. In- 
cumbent of Highgate, 1854 to 1878, and Rural Dean, 1875 to 
1878. Prebendary of Ncasden (St Paul's), 1845. There is a 
tablet in St Michael's, Highgate with this inscription, 
" To the Glory of God and in loving memory of Charles 
Browne Dalton, Priest, Prebendary of St Paul's Cathedral, 
born May 22nd, 1810, died at Rochester Febry. 20, 1893. Some- 
time Fellow of Wadham College, Oxford, and Chaplain of 
Lincoln's Inn, for 8 years Rector of Lambeth, and from 1854 
to 1878 Vicar of this Parish. 

His body lies near this Church, where beloved and honoured, 
he faithfully served God's Altar and preached the Saviour 
Whose Charity his life proclaimed." 

" Quis ergo nos separabit a caritate Christi 1 " 
His Arms are in the Windows of the Antechapel Azure, 
crusuly Argent, a lion, rampant guardant of the second beneath a 
chief imbattled, Argent and Sable. Donor of Plate to the 
College. 

Charles Langford Guyon. Son of George Henry Guyon, 
Esq., Captain in the Army, aged 18. Born at Swaffham, 
Norfolk. Admitted OT. 3 July, 1829. 



336 WARDEN TOURNAY. [1829: 

B.A. 30 May, 1833. M.A. 9 June, 1836. OT.p. account 

closed Midsummer 1838. 

Rector of Lamyat, Somerset, 1841 to 1881 and Rural Dean ; 
died 23 Dec. 1892, aged 82. 
Father of Henry C. G., 1864. 

Richard Baker. Son of Mr Richard Baker, Surgeon. 
Born at Midhurst, Sussex, aged 17. Admitted <. 
20 Oct. 1829 and Clerk the same day. Name removed 
28 Jan. 1831. 

Pigott and Goodridge Exhibitioner 1830. 

John Bright. Son of the Rev. John Bright. Born at 
Lydbury, Shropshire, aged 17. Admitted (ft. 26 Oct. 
1829. 



^ 



B.A. 23 Jan. 1834. C.JE. account closed 11 April, 183 

Vicar of Lydbury with Norbury, Salop, 1837. " Died sudden- 
ly 16 Dec. 1863, aged 51, Rev. J. B., of Totterton Hall, Salop." 

(G. Mag. 134, I. 260.) 

Arthur Henry Price. Son of Rev. Thomas Price. Born 
at Kingsbury, Warwickshire, aged 18. Admitted (. 
28 Oct. 1829* 

Fourth Class (honorary), Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1833. 
B.A. 6 June, 1833. M.A. 21 June, 1838. CJE. account 
closed Lady Day 1843. 

Vicar of Lugwardine, Hereford 1862 where a Memorial Window 

to him bears this inscription, 

" To the glory of God, in loving memory of the Rev. Arthur 

Henry Price, Vicar of this parish for 22 years. This window 

was erected by his parishioners and friends A.D. 1885." 

The remainder of the money collected for this purchased a 

very handsome paten and chalice for the church. He died 

12th May, 1884. 

John Burleigh James. Son of Rev. John James, aged 18. 
Born at Oundle, Northamptonshire. Admitted (JL 
26 Nov. 1829. 

GLtt. account closed without date. 



1829.] WARDEN TOURNAY. 337 

Hugh John Reveley. Son of Hugh Reveley, Esq., aged 
17. Born at Dolgelly. Admitted OL 26 Nov. 1829. 
(.JE. account closed (apparently) 1830. 

Of Brynygwyn, Merioneth, born 15 March, 1812. Succeeded 
his father 1857. J.P. and D.L. High Sheriff, 1859. 

Joseph Bush. Son of Joseph Bush, Esq., aged 17. Born 
in St James' Parish, Bristol. Admitted <2L 26 Nov. 
1829. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1830. Third Class, Litt. Hum. 
Easter Term 1834. B.A. 27 Nov. 1834. &.JE. account 
closed Michaelmas 1857. 

Vicar of Ormskirk with Scarisbrick, Lane. 1853 ; died 21 May, 
1870. 

Thomas Miller Richards. Son of Samuel Richards, Esq. 
Born in the parish of St Michael, Bristol, aged 18. Ad- 
mitted (C!. 30 Nov. 1829. 

Fourth Class, Litt. Hum. and Math. Michaelmas Term 
1833. B.A. 14 Nov. 1833. M.A. 17 Nov. 1842. .j&. 
account closed Michaelmas 1843. 

In Holy Orders ; " died 25 Sept. 1869." (F.) 

Joseph Walker. Son of Robert Walker, Esq., aged 16. 
Born at Dover. Admitted (ft. 15 Dec. 1829. Elected 
. 30 June, 1831, admitted 14 Oct. Elected ty.Jf. 
30 June, 1835. Presented to the living of Southrop, 
Gloucestershire, 6 Dec. 1847. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1830, (and as Scholar) 1834. 
Somerscales Exhibitioner 1832. Maddox Exhibitioner 
1833. Second Class, Litt. Hum. and Math. Michaelmas 
Term 1833. B.A. 28 Nov. 1833. M.A. 6 July, 1839. 
Elected Humanity Lecturer 18 Oct. (vice Hynian), and 
6 Dec. 1841 ; Bursar 1843, 1844, 1845 ; Dean 14 April, 
and 6 Dec, 1845, 1846 ; Divinity Lecturer 1846, 1847. 
Chaplain 1853 to 1867. Vicar of Southrop, 1847 to 1881. 

Born 13 May. 1813. Educated at K. E. S. Birmingham, and 
Shrewsbury ; "died 25 May, 1887." (F.) 
His Arms are in the Windows of the Antechapel Azure, a 
(irifiin segreant Ardent. Donor of Plate to the Colloge. 

Y 



338 WARDEN TOURNAY. [1830. 



1830. 

Henry Master-man Barlow. Son of Eev. George Francis 
Barlow. Born at Sotterly, Suffolk, aged 18. Admitted 
<. 17 March, 1830. 

B.A. 24 April, 1834. CJE. account closed Christmas 
1844. 

Rector of Burgh, Suffolk, 1850 ; died 20 July, 1876. 

Alexander Robinson Gale. Son of Captain Alexander 
Robinson Gale. Born in the East Indies, aged 18. 
Admitted (ft. 17 March, 1830. 

Name removed 18 March, 1835. 

William Jones. Son of John Jones, Esq. Born at Llyn- 
berlan, aged 18. Admitted (JT. 17 March, 1830. 

(.JE. account closed without date. 

" Of Glandenys and Cruglas, Cardigan, J.R, D.L. High Sheriff 
1830." (F.) 

Edward Spencer Fhelps. Son of Rev. Thomas Spencer 
Phelps. Born at Maperton, Somerset, aged 18. Ad- 
mitted 0!". 17 March, 1830. 

Fourth Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1834. B.A. 
26 March, 1835. Name removed 8 March, 1837. 

Chaplain R.N. G June, 1836. Served on the coast of Spain, 
Portugal, South America, and China (invalided). Ordinary of 
Portsmouth, 1850 ; Chaplain of Portsmouth Dockyard, 1851 ; 
retired 1871 ; Chaplain at Bonn, 1871 to 1874. 

Edward Smith. Son of Henry Bates Smith, Esq. Born 
in the parish of St Gregory, London, aged 17. Admitted 
(jr. 17 March, 1830. 

Second Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1833. B.A. 10 Oct. 
1833. M.A. 27 Oct. 1836. OT.p. account closed Lady 
Day 1841. 



1830.] WARDEN TOURNAY. 3-39 



Chaplain of Partis College, Bath, 1850; "died 4 Dec. 1882." 

(F.) 

Author of The Church of England before the Reformation, 1840. 

Introduction to the Book of Common Prayer, 1842. 

Peter Aubertin. Son of Eev. Peter Aubertin. Born at 
Chipstead, Surrey, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 26 March, 
1830. 

B.A. 27 Nov. 1834. Name removed (on exhaustion of 
(ir.JE.) after 1855. 

Rector of Chipstead, Surrey, (in succession to his father) 1861 
to 1888; died 6 Feb. 1891. 

" Of an ancient Huguenot family, which had migrated to 
Switzerland during the troubles, Mr Aubertin's grandfather re- 
moved to England towards the close of last century, and settled 
at Banstead, near Epsom." " An artist, a musician, with a 
taste for literature, archaeology, and natural history, and a 
delight in the country and country pursuits, the deceased 
was a quiet influence for good, and his purse was always at the 
service of distressed parishioners." 

Thomas Butler. Son of the Kev. Thomas Butler (deceased). 
Born at Bramdean, Hants, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 
19 May, 1830. 

(tf.JE. restored Michaelmas 1833. Demy of Magdalen 1832. 
B.A. 30 Oct. 1834 M.A. 10 Nov. 1836. B.D. 4 Dec. 
1845. Fellow 1842 to 1856. Bursar 1846 and 1850. 
Vice President 1849. 

He succeeded Dr Routh as Rector of Theale, Berks, 1855; died 
18 June, 1887, and is buried at Theale. 

William Jeans. Son of Thomas Jeans, Esq. Born in 
London, aged 18. Admitted <. 19 May, 1830. 

Fourth Class, Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 1834. B.A. 
27 Nov. 1834. Name removed 3 July, 1837. 

" Chaplain at Palermo ; died at Naples 28 March, 1842." (F.) 

John Tracey. Son of John Smith Tracey, Esq. (deceased). 
Born at Antigua, aged 19. Admitted (ft. 10 June, 
1830. 



340 WARDEN TOURNAY. [1830. 

Fourth Class, Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 1833. B.A. 
21 May, 1834. M.A. 2 June, 1841. dLJtt. account 
closed Christmas 1841. 

Vicar of Townstall with St Saviour's, Dartmouth, 1837 to 1871. 
Rector of Lesnewtli, Cornwall, 1871 to 1873, where he died 
in October, 1873. 

Edward Symons. Son of the Rev. Thomas Symons 
(deceased). Born at Axbridge, Somersetshire, aged 17. 
Admitted OL 17 June, 1830. 

B.A. 12 Nov. 1835. (JT.Jtt. account closed Christmas 1842. 
Vicar of Ringmer, Sussex, 18G3 to 1891. 

John Whitley. Son of the Rev. Edward Whitley (deceased). 
Born at Stowey, Somersetshire, aged 18. Admitted (. 
24 June, 1830. 

(H.JE. account closed Christmas . 

Charles Wadham Diggle. Son of Major Charles Diggle. 
Born at Hythe in Kent, aged 16. Admitted (. 
24 June, 1830. Name removed 24 March, 1831. Re- 
admitted (ft. Elected &. 30 June, 1832, as Founder's 
Kin. Admitted ,. 15 Oct. 1832. 

B.A. G June, 1835. M.A. 11 July, 1840. e.JE. account 
closed 7 Dec. 1840. 

" Died 21 Feb. 1852, at his father's house, Cheltenham, aged 38, 
Rev. C. W. D., late Curate of Stokenham, Devon." (G. Mag.) 

Thomas Brancker. Son of Thomas Brancker, Esq. Born 
in the parish of St Peter, Liverpool, aged 17. Elected 
S). 30 June, 1830. Admitted (. and . 14 Oct. 1830. 
Elected IJJ.jF. 30 June, 1835. Presented to the Rectory 
of Limington, Somerset, 30 May, 1849. His year of 
grace expired Oct. 1850, when his name was replaced 
on the list of <JT. 

Ireland Scholar 1831. (" A Shrewsbury boy took the 
Ireland . . . he was matriculated but not in residence. 
He beat Gladstone and Scott." Pyecroft.) Ilody (Greek) 
Exhibitioner 18:11 to 1835. Second Class, Litt. Hum. 



1830.] WARDEN TOURNAY. 341 



and Third Class, Math. Michaelmas Term 1834. B.A. 
20 Nov. 1834. M.A. 1 Dec. 1837. Elected Humanity 
Lecturer 30 June, and 6 Dec. 1837 ; Deputy Sub-Dean 
19 Jan. 1837 ; Deputy Catechist 1837 and also Deputy 
Moderator of Philosophy 1838 to 1844; Dean and 
Divinity Lecturer 1838 to 1845. In 1845 he was Hum- 
anity Lecturer, Catechist and Moderator of Philosophy. 
Bursar 14 April, 1846, and 1846 to 1849. Compounded 
30 July, 1870. 

His father was Sir T. B., Mayor of Liverpool. He was Pre- 
bendary of Wells ; and died 8 Nov. 1871. Editor of Hammond 
on the Psalms 1850. 

His Arms are in the Windows of the Antechapel, Argent, 
six pellets palewise 3 and 3, beneath a chief crenellee Sable 
charged with a lozenge Argent. 
Donor of Plate to the College. 

Charles Maul. Son of Charles Maul, Esq. Born at 
Southampton, aged 18. Elected <. 30 June, 1830. 
Admitted OL and ,. 14 Oct. 1830. Died 11 Dec. 1833. 
Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1831 to 1833. C.JH. repaid 

26 March, 1834. 

Alfred Lloyd. Son of Alfred Lloyd, Esq. Born at 
Alderminster in Worcestershire, aged 17. Elected j. 
30 June, 1830. Admitted OT. and ft. 14 Oct. 1830. Ee- 
signed >. 17 Oct. 1835, when his name was replaced on 
the list of (ft. 

Somerscales Exhibitioner 1831. Hody (Greek) Exhibi- 
tioner 1832 to 1835. Third Class, Litt. Hum. Easter 
Term 1835. B.A. 18 June, 1835. Name removed Lady 
Day 1838. 

Died 27 Dec. 1837, at Cheltenham. 

Orlando Haydon Bridgeman Hyman. Son of Simon 
Hymun, Esq., deceased. Born at Stoke Damerel, Devon, 
aged 16. Elected . 30 June, 1830. Admitted (ft. and 
ft. 14 Oct. 1830. Elected ty.Jf. 30 June, 1835. B.A. 

27 Nov. 1834. M.A. 11 July, 1840. 

Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1831 to 1835. Goodridge 
Exhibitioner 1831, 1832, 1833. Ireland Scholar 1834. 
Maddox Exhibitioner 18:54. First Class, Litt. Hum. 



342 WARDEN TOURNAY. [1830. 



Michaelmas Term 1834. OLJtt. restored 30 June, 1834. 
Elected Humanity Lecturer 1838, 1839, 1840 and 1869 ; 
Deputy Moderator of Philosophy 1839 ; Bursar 1854 to 
1878 (except 1869); but he appears to have never acted. 
In Deacon's Orders. Died Senior Fellow 9 Dec. 1878. 

" A man of much ability whose eccentricity prevented his 
being known as a great Scholar ; on questions of Classical 
Scholarship he knew almost everything : his conversation on 
this, or indeed on any subject, was most clever and fascinating." 

Nicholas Brooking 1 . Son of Nicholas Brooking, Esq. 
deceased. Born at Dartmouth, aged 19. Admitted (ft. 
24 Nov. 1830. 

B.A. 21 May, 1834. OT.JE. account closed Michaelmas 
1839. 

Vicar of Ipplepen, Devon, 1843 to 1862 ; died 14 Nov. 1862, 
aged 51. 

Henry Horlock Bastard. Son of Thomas Horlock 
Bastard, Esq., (1790). Born at Blandford, Dorset, aged 
18. Admitted <. 24 Nov. 1830. 

B.A. 3 June, 1834. M.A. 6 June, 1839. (JT.JE. account 
closed Lady Day 1855. 

Of Dowlish Wake, Somerset. Chaplain of Edmonton Union, 
1883 ; died 22 Sept. 1893, aged 81. 

Benjamin JEveleigh Winthrop. Son of liev. Edward 
Winthrop, deceased. Born at West Mailing, Kent, aged 
18. Admitted (!T. 24 Nov. 1830. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1831. First Class, Math, and 
Fourth Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1834. B.A. 
21 May, 1834. M.A. 21 May, 1840. Cp. account 
closed Michaelmas 1843. 

" Called to the Bar, (Lincoln's Inn) 1840 ; died March, 1870." 
(F.) 

Thomas Floud. Son of Henry Floud, Esq. Born in 
Southwurk, Surrey, aged 17. Admitted (TT. 24 Nov. 
1830. 



1830-31.] WARDEN TOURNAY. 343 

Fourth Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1834. B.A. 17 May, 
1834 M.A. 8 June, 1837. CJtt. account closed 
Michaelmas 1838. 

Rector of Overton with Tadley, Hants, 1864 to 1878, when 

Tadley was severed from Overton. Rector of Overton only 

1878. 

Father of Thomas F., 1860. 

Peter Charles Marshall. Son of the Eev. William 
Marshall. Born at Bath, aged 17. Admitted (ft. 
24 Nov. 1830. 

B.A. 7 June, 1834. M.A. 8 June, 1837. Name removed 
19 Oct. 1837. 

In Holy Orders ; died at Overton, Hants, 26 May, 1864. 



1831. 

Robert James Shurlock. Son of John Shurlock, Esq. 
Born at Clifton near Bristol, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 
9 March, 1831. 

Name removed 5 May, 1836. 

William 'Wellington Cooper. Son of Edward Cooper, 
Esq. Born at Bradford, Wilts, aged 17. Admitted (ft. 
9 March, 1831. 

B.A. 24 Nov. 1834. Name removed 19 May, 1836. 
" Called to the Bar (Inner Temple) ; died 1837." (F.) 

William Buckton Holland. Son of Eev. William 
Woollams Holland. Born at Chichester, aged 17. Ad- 
mitted (ft. 9 March, 1831. 

B.A. 30 Nov. 1834. M.A. 17 May, 1837. C.JE. account 
closed Michaelmas 1845. 

Rector of Brasted, Kent ; died 9 July, 1864, aged 50. 



344 WARDEN TOURNAY. [1831. 

James Lewis. Son of Mr Charles John Lewis. Born in 
the parish of St James, Westminster, aged 14. Ad- 
mitted Or. 9 March, 1831. Admitted Clerk 10 March, 
1831. 

Pigott and Goodridge Exhibitioner 1831 to 1834. Hody 
(Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1831 to 1836. Gerard Exhibi- 
tioner 1833, 1834. Eourth Class, Litt. Hum. Michaelmas 
Term 1836. B.A. 24 Nov. 1836. (H.JE. account closed 
Michaelmas 1846. 

Thomas Blencowe. Son of John Jackson Blencowe, Esq. 
Born at Culworth, Northamptonshire, aged 17. Ad- 
mitted 01. 16 March, 1831. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1831. Third Class, Litt. Hum. 
Michaelmas Term 1834. B.A. 20 Nov. 1834. M.A. 
16 Nov. 1837. CJE. account closed 16 May, 1877. 

Born 1813. Educated at Rugby. Vicar of Marston St 
Lawerence, Northants, 1850 ; died at Warwick, 12 April, 1877, 
and is buried at Marston with this inscription on a cross, 

" In loving 

remembrance of 

Rev. Thomas Blencowe, M.A. 

Fourth son of 

John Jackson Blencowe, Esq., 

and Louisa Anne his wife, 

Twenty six years Vicar of this Parish 

At Rest April 12th, 1877. 

Aged sixty three years." 

Charles Badham. Son of Charles Badham, M.D. Born 
at Ludlow, aged 17. Elected . 30 June, 1830. Ad- 
mitted (JT. and Jp. 12 May, 1831. Itesigned and 
name replaced on list of (ft. 19 Dec. 1838. 

Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1832 to 1834 ; (Greek) 1834 
to 1835. Third Class, Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 
1836. B.A. 20 April, 1837. M.A. 23 March, 1839. 
Name removed Michaelmas 1839. Incorporated at 
Cambridge, (Peterhousc) 184-7. D.I). 1852. Created 
LL.D. of Levden I860. 



1831.] WARDEN TOURNAY. 345 

Educated at Eton. Head Master of Edgbaston School, 
Birmingham. Professor of Classics and Logic in the Uni- 
versity of Sidney 1867 ; died 26 Feb. 1884. 
Author of editions of numerous Greek Classical Works. 

William Cecil Fowle. Son of Col. William Chapman 
Eowle. Bom at Carlow, Ireland, aged 18. Admitted 
<. 12 May, 1831. 

Third Class, Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 1835. B.A, 
3 Dec. 1835. M.A. 22 Feb. 1838. 

Vicar of Ewyas Harold, Hereford, 1845 to 1866. Vicar of 
Brinsop, Hereford, Dec. 1866. Rural Dean 1868 to 1877 ; died 
25 Dec. 1881. 

Thomas Hockley. Son of Joseph Hockley, Esq. Born 
at Guildford, Surrey, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 12 May, 
1831. 

B.A. 3 Dec. 1835. Name removed 13 June, 1838. 

Vicar of Thorley, Isle of Wight, 20 Jan. 1856, resigned 1864. 

Henry Templer. Son of Rev. John Templer. Born at 
Collumpton, Devonshire, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 9 June, 
1831. Elected Exhibitioner at Exeter College 30 June, 
1831. 

Henry Skinner T. went to New Inn Hall, Michaelmas 1835. 
Third Class, Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 1836. B.A. 
20 Nov. 1845. M.A. 25 Eeb. 1847. 

Vicar of Thornton cum Nash, Bucks, 1853 to 1861. Vicar of 
Great Coxwell, Berks, 1861 to 1877 ; died 26 Oct. 1877. 

(Boase, 151.) 




Warfcen Simons, 

1831. 

William Bewes Bennett. Son of John Eowe Bennett, 
Esq. Born at Chilston, Devon, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 
23 June, 1831. 

B.A. 6 June, 1835. C.JE. account closed Lady Day 1843. 

Henry Woodcock. Son of Thomas Woodcock, Esq. 
Born at Wigan, Lancashire, aged 17. Admitted (ft. 
23 June, 1831. 

Name removed ? 1833. 

Born 2 March, 1814 : of Bolnore, Sussex, and Wigan, Lane. 
J.P. 

Joseph Arnould. Son of Joseph Arnould, Esq. Born at 
Camberwell, aged 17. Admitted (ft. 4 Oct. 1831. 
Elected &. 30 June, 1831. Admitted >. 14 Oct. 1831. 
Elected ^J.jF. 30 June, 1838. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1833, 1834, 1835. Hody (Greek) 
Exhibitioner 1833 to 1836. Newdigate Prize (The 
Hospice of St Bernard) 1834, "which he recited at the 
installation of the Duke of Wellington as Chancellor, 
when he introduced these lines 

"... Whom a world could not subdue, 

Bent to thy prowess, Chief of Waterloo." (Pyecroft). 

First Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1836. B.A. 13 May, 
1836. Elected Moderator of Philosophy 1840. Ceased 
to be Jf. (on marriage) 11 Jan. 1841. Name removed 
25 June, 1841. 

.His father was M.D., of White Cross, Berks, D.L. and J.P. 
Born 12 Nov. 1814. Educated at Charterhouse. Called to the 



1831.] WARDEN SYMONS. 347 

Bar (Middle Temple) 19 Nov. 1841. Judge of the Supreme 
Court of Bombay, 1859 : retired with Knighthood, 18fi9 ; when 
the native community of Bombay founded the Arnould Scholar- 
ship in the Bombay University to perpetuate his memory ; died 
in Florence, 16 Feb. 1886. 

Author of Life of Lord Denman, and a work on Marine In- 
surance. 

His Arms are in the Windows of the Antechapel Argent, a 
chevron Or between two palm branches slipped chevronwise in 
chief and a rock in base, all proper. 

Edward Whitehead. Son of Rev. William Bayley 
Whitehead. Born at Ilchester, aged 18. Admitted (JL 
27 Oct. 1831. Elected > 30 June, 1832. Admitted . 

15 Oct. 1832. Vacated his g. by marriage 24 July, 
1838. Name removed from books Michaelmas following. 

Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1833 to 1836. Third Class, 
Litt. Hum. and Math. Easter Term 1836. B.A. 13 May, 
1836. M.A. 6 June, 1838. 

Domestic Chaplain to the Bishop of Madras 1839 to 1849, 
Hector of Sallford, Somerset, 1849 to 1853. Minister of Laura 
Chapel, Bath, 1853 to 1859. Incumbent of St John's, 
Chichester, 1859 to 1872. Eector of Winchelsea 1872. "Died 
19 Aug. 1883." (F.) Author of A Sketch of the Church in 
India. 

Richard Gardner. Son of Robert Gardner, Esq. Born at 
6 Watling Street, St Eaith's, London, aged 18. Admitted 
(ft. 27 Oct. 1831. 

B.A. 2 June, 1838. Name removed 18 Oct. 1834 Replaced 

16 Oct. 1835. (.JE. account closed Christmas 1845. 

Educated at Manchester Grammar School ; M.P. for Leicester ; 
died 4 June, 1856. 

Charles Raymond Barker. Son of Charles Raymond 
Barker, Esq. Born at Marylebone, London, aged 19. 
Admitted <. 27 Oct. 1831. 

B.A. 10 June, 1835. M.A. 10 May, 1838. OT.p. account 
closed Michaelmas 1877 (deceased). 

In Hulv Orders. 



348 WARDEN SYMONS. [1831-32. 

John Mordaunt. Son of Charles Mordaunt, Esq. Born 
at Backwell near Bristol, aged 17. Admitted (JT. 27 Oct. 
1831. Name removed by desire Easter Term 1832. 

Edward Andrew Sanders. Son of Edward Lloyd 
Sanders, Esq. Born at St Sidwell, Exeter, aged 18. 
Admitted <. 27 Oct. 1831. 

Aged 18 (M.). Name removed ? Feb. 1834. 

John Graham. Son of John Smith Graham, Esq. Born 
at Bernard Street, Bloomsbury, London, aged 18. Ad- 
mitted (ft. 27 Oct. 1831. 

Newdigate Prize (Granada) 1833. "Many preferred his 
poem of Staffa, the year before when he was beaten by 
Roundell Palmer. Blackwood published it and it may 
be found in the Magazine for that year." (Pyecroft.) 
(JT.JE. account closed 5 May, 1835. J. G. was B.A. (New 
Inn Hall) 13 May, 1837. 

" Curate of St John's, Hackney ; died 28 Nov. 1845, aged 33." 
(F.) 

John Lea Simcox. Son of Thomas Green Simcox, Esq. 
Born at Harborne Staffordshire near Birmingham, aged 
17. Admitted OT. 27 Oct. 1831. 

B.A. 18 June, 1835. Name withdrawn 13 Oct. 1836. 
Re-admitted 20 Jan. 1838. Removed again 3 Nov. 1840. 

"Died at Harborne, aged 26, 12 July, 1840, Leing then Curate 
of Richmond, Yorks." 
Brother of Thomas G. S., 1827. 



1832. 

Louis Woollcombe. Son of Rev. Henry Woollcombe. 
Born at Broadhembury in Devonshire, aged 17. Ad- 
mitted (. 9 Feb. 1832. Elected g>. of Pembroke College 
21 Nov. 1832. 

Second Class, Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 1835. B.A. 
3 Dec. 1835. ,-Jf. of Exeter 30 June, 1837 to 14 Jan. 
1845. M.A. 6 June, 1838. 



1832.] WARDEN SYMONS. 349 

Rector of Petrockstowe, Devon, 1845. Vicar of Menheniot, 
Cornwall, 11 Sept. 1883 ; resigned, 14 July, 1887. 

Hinton Castle Smith. Son of Thomas Smith, Esq. Born 
at Bideford in Devonshire, aged 17. Admitted (ft. 
23 Feb. 1832. 

Fourth Class, Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 1835. B.A. 
2 June, 1836. M.A. 14 June, 1848. Name removed 
7 March, 1837. Ee-admitted 8 Feb. 1845. 

Buncombe's Lecturer, Kingsbridge, Devon ; Incumbent of 
Holy Trinity, Plymouth ; Vicar of Marston-Meysey, Glouc., 
1882 to 1892. 

Charles Goodfellow Smith. Son of Lieut.-Col. Smith. 
Born at Bombay, aged 17. Admitted OT. 23 Feb. 1832. 

Second Class, Math, and Fourth Class, Litt. Hum. 
Michaelmas Term 1836. (JT.JE. account closed Mid- 
summer 1838, when he was S.C.L. (8 Nov. 1836). 

James Swaine. Son of Thomas Swaine, M.D. Born at 
Eochford in Essex, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 23 Feb. 1832. 

B.A. 18 Feb. 1836. <2LJE. account closed Michaelmas 1842. 
In Holy Orders. " Died 27 July, 1882." (F.) 

Henry John Carter Smith. Son of Henry William Smith, 
Esq. Born in Burton Crescent, - aged 17. Ad- 
mitted Or. 23 Feb. 1832. 

Fourth Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1836. B.A. 13 May, 
1836. M.A. 6 June, 1840. Name removed 23 Oct. 1840. 

Incumbent of St Andrew's, Haverstock Hill, 1856, resigned 
1884 ; died 30 Dec. 1884. 

William Fielder Croome. Son of "William Croome, Esq. 
Born at Cirencester, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 23 Feb. 1832. 

B.A. 22 Oct. 1835. M.A. 6 June, 1839. <2T.JE. account 
, closed Michaelmas 1843. 

Educated at Highgate School. Of North Cerney House, Glouc. : 
J.P. and D.L. ' 

Francis Pitney Brouncker Martin. Son of George 
Martin, Esq., Col. in the H.E.I.C.S. Born at Madras, 
aged 17. Admitted $.(. 14 March, 1832. 



350 WARDEN SYMONS. [1832. 

Fourth Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1835. B.A. 10 Nov. 
1842. M.A. 26 April, 1843. Compounded 11 Jan. 1873. 

Born 10 April, 1814 ; of Gascoynes, Lyndhurst, Hants, and 
Kingston, Dorset. J.P. for Dorset, 1845 ; High Sheriff 1852 ; 
died 22 Oct. 1890 and is buried at Lyndhurst with a simple 
Cross of red granite bearing name and age, and the words " Thy 
Will be done." 

Henry Middleton. Son of Edward Middleton, M.D. 
Born in the parish of All Saints, Southampton, aged 17. 
Admitted (ft. 29 March, 1832. 

B.A. 28 April, 1836. (H.JE. account closed Lady Day 1844. 

Francis Henry Deane. Son of Ealph Deane, Esq. Born 
at Kuislip, Middlesex, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 17 May, 
1832. 

Third Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1836. B.A. 13 May, 
1836. M.A. 6 Feb. 1840. (2LJE. account closed Mid- 
summer 1850. 

Called to the Bar (Lincoln's Inn) 6 May, 1846 ; of Eastcot 
House, Watford : J.P. for Middlesex. 

Henry Maister. Son of Arthur Maister, Esq. Born at 
Winestead, Yorkshire, aged 18. Admitted <!T. 17 May, 
1832. 

Name removed 31 Oct. 1834. B.A. (New Inn Hall) 

24 April, 1839. 

Incumbent of Thornaby, Yorks, 1845 to 1850. Vicar of 
Kilnsea and Incumbent of Easington, Yorks, 1857. 

Robert Maynard. Son of Thomas Maynard, Esq. Born 
at Pentonville, London, aged 17. Admitted (tt. 17 May, 
1832. 

B.A. 28 Jan. 1836. M.A. 25 Oct. 1838. Compounded 

25 Oct. 1864. 

Vicar of Wormleighton, Warwick, 1841 ; till his death on 
2 April, 1869. There is a stone cross in the Churchyard with 
the following inscription, 



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" To the memory of Robert Maynard, M.A., for 27 years Vicar 
of this parish. The Lord grant that he may find mercy of the 
Lord in that day." 

And a window in the church beneath which is the following, 
" This window is placed here by the parishioners of Wormleigh- 
ton in affectionate remembrance of 

Rev. Robt. Maynard 

who in an earnestly anxious and fatherly spirit exercised his 
ministry among them for 27 years. May he from his grave 
still speak to us and to our children. 2nd April 1869." 

Abiathar Hawkes. Son of Major Hawkes. Born at Cape 
of Good Hope, aged 18. Admitted <. 17 May, 1832. 

B.A. 5 May, 1836. M.A. 29 Jan. 1846. Name removed 
13 April, 1840. Ee-admitted 28 Oct. 1845. Com- 
pounded Christmas 1866. 

Born 8 June, 1813. Rector of Rushton, Northants, 1856. 

Nathaniel Stainton. Son of John Stainton, Esq. Born 
in the parish of St Martin in the Fields, London, aged 

17. Admitted <. 17 May, 1832. 

B.A. 5 May, 1836. M.A. 17 June, 1841. 

"Called to the Bar (Lincoln's Inn) 1843 ; died 11 June, 1868." 
(F.) 

William Henry Stokes. Son of Folliott Scott Stokes, 
Esq. Born in Bloomsbury, London, aged 16. Admitted 
.17 May, 1832. 

Fourth Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1837. B.A. 13 May, 
1837. M.A. 21 March, 1844. e.Jtt. account closed 
Midsummer 1850. 

Chaplain of Sherburn Hospital Durham, 1843 to 1851. Vicar 
of Goring, Berks, 1851 ; "died 17 Sept. 1884." (F.) 

George Dempster Miller. Son of Robert Miller, Esq. 
Born in the parish of St George's, Hanover Square, aged 

18. Admitted <. 17 May, 1832. 

B.A. 28 Jan. 1836. M.A. 24 Jan. 1839. e.Jtt. account 
closed Michaelmas 1858. 



352 WARDEN SYMONS. [1832. 

Incumbent of Morley, Yorks, 1839 to 1841. Vicar of 
Skenfreth, Monm. 1841 to 1846 : of Woodkirk, Yorks, 1846 
to 1872. 

John Leche Rowlands. Son of John Rowlands, Esq. 
Born at Ellesmere, aged 18. Admitted <. 17 May, 1832. 

Name removed 4 April, 1834 (receipt signed W. Cureton). 

Cuthbert Jeddere Fisher. Son of Jacob Jeddere Fisher, 
Esq. Born in the parish of St George's, Hanover Square, 
London, aged 17. Admitted (JT. 21 June, 1832. 

B.A. (Jeddere Fisher) 9 June, 1836. &.JE. account closed 
Midsummer 1845. 

Richard William Church. Son of John Church, Esq. 
Born at Lisbon, aged 17. Admitted (j. 28 June, 1832. 

Somerscales Exhibitioner 1834, 1835. Hody (Greek) Ex- 
hibitioner 1836 to 1838. First Class, Litt. Hum. 
Michaelmas Term 1836. B.A. 1 Dec. 1836. $. of 
Oriel 1838 to 1853. M.A. 18 April, 1839. Proctor 
1844. Honorary Fellow of Oriel 1873. Select Preacher 
1869, 1875, 1881. 

Rector of Whatley, Somerset, 1853 to 1871. Dean of St Paul's 

1871. Created D.C.L. 9 June, 1875 ; died 9 Dec. 1890. 

His arms are in the windows of the Antechapel Azure, a 

lion rampant Or, debruised with a Lend Ermine charged with 3 

dexter gauntlets clenched proper. 

Author of St Anselm, Dante, Bacon, Bishop Andrewes, Spenser, 

and Sermons. 

Alexander Broadley. Son of Piev. Robert Broadley. 
Born at Cattistock, Dorset, aged 17. Admitted <ih 
29 June, 1832. 

Third Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1836. B.A. 27 Oct. 
1836. M.A. 30 May, 1839. Name removed 15 May, 
1840. 

Vicar of Brad pole, Dorset, 1844. Prebendary of Winterborne 
Earls (Sarmn), 1802 ; died 3rd Dec. 1893. 



1832.] WARDEN SYMONS. 353 

Lewis Evans. -Son of Thomas Simpson Evans, Esq. 
Born in the parish of St Botolph, Aldersgate, aged 17. 
Admitted QT. 30 June, 1832. Elected . 30 June, 1833. 
Admitted Oct. 1833. Elected ty.JF. 30 June, 1839. 
Resigned JF. previous to marriage 6 Aug. 1846. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1832 and (as Scholar) 1835. 
Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1833 to 1837. Third Class, 
Litt. Hum. and Math. Michaelmas Term 1836. B.A. 
24 Nov. 1836. M.A. 9 July, 1842. Elected Bursar 
14 April, 1846. 

Headmaster of Sandbacli School, Cheshire, 1851 till his death 
in 1869. " Died 28 March, 1869." (F.) Editor of Marshall's 
Penitential Discipline, and Beveridgrfs Sermons, Translation of 
Juvenal, &c. Joint Editor with J. G. Sheppard (page 365) of 
Notes on Tlmcydides. 

Charles Brodie Cooper. Son of Edward Cooper, Esq. 
Born at Staverton in Somersetshire, aged 17. Admitted 
(. 9 Nov. 1832. 

B.A. 10 May, 1838. &.&.. account closed Christmas 
1856. 

In Holy Orders. 

William Peel. Son of liev. Giles Haworth Peel. Born 
at Marcham, Berkshire, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 9 Nov. 
1832. 

Name removed 7 Feb. 1834. 

Born 4 Feb. 1814 ; died 10 Sept, 1864 ; of Swinton Park, Lane. 

Gordon Frederick Deedes. Son of Rev. John Deedes. 
Born at Willingale in Essex, aged 18. Admitted (. 
9 Nov. 1832. 

B.A. 24 Nov. 1836. M.A. 17 June, 1841. 

Rector of Willingale Doe, Essex, 1845 to 1856. Rector of 
Heydour with Kelby and Culverthorpe, Lincolnshire, 1856. 
Prebendary of Welton "\Vesthall with Goivhall (Lincoln), 
1870. and Rural Dean. 



354 WARDEN SYMONS. [1832-33. 



William Preedy. Son of William Frederick Preedy, Esq. 
Born at Offenham, in Worcestershire, aged 19. Ad- 
mitted (. 9 Nov. 1832. 

B.A. 25 May, 1836. Name removed 15 Feb. 1841. 

" Died 27 Oct. 1840, at Fladbury, Wore., Rev. W. P., aged 25, 
second son of W. F. P." (G. Mag. Ill, I. 103.) 

James Callis Southwell. Son of Charles Southwell, Esq. 
Born at Peebles, Peeblesshire, aged 19. Admitted (ft. 
9 Nov. 1832. 

Name removed (apparently) Christmas 1833. 



1833. 

William Dickinson. Son of William E. Dickinson, Esq. 
Born in the parish of St James's, Dover. Admitted <. 
31 Jan. 1833. Elected Jjj. of Trinity College, on Trinity 
Monday 1833. 

Aged 17 (M.). Chancellor's Prize, Latin Verse (Alexander 
ad Induni) 1836 and Latin Essay 1838. (An recte 
dicatur veteres caruisse ea forma Concilii Public! qua 
selecti quidam pro universis statuuntur ?) Second 
Class, Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 1837. J. expired 
1839. 

" Called to the Bar (Middle Temple) 1842." (F.) 

James Elliott. Son of James Elliott, Esq., Surgeon to His 
Majesty's forces. Born at Leghorn, aged 18. Admitted 
(E. 28 Feb. 1833. 

" De Liburni portu in Etruria " (M.). Name removed 
15 Oct. 1834. 

John Dennis. Son of Ilev. John Dennis. Born at 
Budleigh Salterton in Devonshire, aged 18. Admitted 
(!T. 28 Feb. 1833. 

Name removed 22 May, 1835. B.A. (St Mary Hall), 
17 May, 1837. 



1833.] WARDEN SYMONS. 355 



John Nash Tyndale. Son of John Tyndale, Esq., Oporto 
Wine Merchant. Born at Oporto, aged 18. Admitted 
(ft. 28 Feb. 1833. 

Warner Exhibitioner 1835. B.A. 9 Nov. 1837. M.A. 
5 Dec. 1839. His name was on the Books on 1 June, 
1849. 

" Called to the Bar (Middle Temple) 1839 ; died at Bruges 
23 Feb. 1868." (F.) 

Charles Compton Domvile. Son of Eev. Henry Barry 
Domvile. Born at Leigh, Worcestershire, aged 18. Ad- 
mitted or. 28 Feb. 1833. 

Fourth Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1837. B.A. 5 May, 
1837. M.A. 26 Jan. 1844 Name removed 28 May, 
1874. 

Rector of Xettleton, 1850 to 1870. Rector of West Chickerell, 
Dorset, 1878, resigned June, 1892. 

Henry Heitland. Son of Major Heitland. Born at 
10 Fitzroy Square, London, aged 17. Admitted (. 
28 Feb. 1833. 

Fourth Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1837. B.A. 13 May, 
1837. Name removed 8 Nov. 1845. 

Digby Charles Legard. Son of LHgby Legard, Esq. 
Born at Etton, near Beverley, Yorks, aged 17. Admitted 
<. 28 Feb. 1833. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1833. Name removed 10 April, 
1837. >. of University College 1837 to 1841. B.A. 
13 May, 1837. M.A. 31 Oct. 1839. 

"Died 29 Aug. 1851, at Burton Agnes, Rev. T. Legard. Vicar 
of Lea, Line." (G. May.) 

William Robey Tucker. Son of William Tucker, Esq., 
Commander li.N. Born at Nealaiid Signal Station, 
Cornwall, aged 18. Admitted <!L 28 Feb. 1833. 

B.A. 10 May, 1836. M.A. 24 Oct. 1839. Name removed 
22 Oct. 1840. 



356 WARDEN SYMONS. [1833. 

James Bandinel. Son of James Bandinel, Esq. Born at 
Chelsea, aged 18. Admitted <. 30 March, 1833. 

Fourth Class, Litt, Hum. Michaelmas Term 1836. B.A. 
24 Nov. 1836. M.A. 24 Oct. 1844. Compounded 
19 Dec. 1874. 

Rector of Elmley, Yorks, 1862. 

Author of Poems, Novels, Sermons : Translator of Bengel on 

St Mattliew, &c. 

Alfred Radford Symonds. Son of John Symonds, Esq. 
Born in the parish of St Peter le Bailey, Oxford, aged 18. 
Admitted <. 30 March, 1833. 

B.A. 13 May, 1837. M.A. 6 June, 1840. Compounded 
21 Dec. 1872. 

Headmaster of Bishop Corrie's School, Madras, 1841 to 1846. 

Minister of St Thomas, Madras, 1847 to 1856. Principal of the 

Vepery Missionary Seminary, Madras, 1848 to 1872. 

" Died 10 Jan. 1883." (F.) 

Author of numerous Works on Christianity in India, &c. 

Charles M. A. Drewitt. Son of Rev. Thomas Drewitt. 
Born at Cheddar in Somersetshire, aged 31. (Admitted 
Exhibitioner at Pembroke College, in Lent Term 1817. 
B.A. 24 May, 1821. M.A. 2 July, 1824. Name removed 
from Pembroke College in Act Term 1824.) Admitted 
OT. 20 April, 1833. 

Second Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1821. Name 
removed (apparently) 6 Feb. 1836, when the balance of 
his (.|E. was paid to Mr Bandinel. 

Thomas Brooking; Cornish. Son of Thomas Cornish, 
Esq. Born at Scoble near Kingsbridge, Devonshire, aged 
17. Admitted <. 16 May, 1833. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1834. Name removed 2G Oct. 
1835. . of Trinity 1835. First Class, Litt. Hum. 
Michaelmas Term 1837. B.A. 1 Dec, 1837. M.A. 
29 April, 1841. if. of Oriel, 1840 to 1847. 



1833.] WARDEN SYMONS. 357 

Born 19 Dec. 1815. Educated at Blundell's School, Tiverton. 
Headmaster of King Edward's School, Macclesfield, 19 July, 
1849 to 1872. Vicar of North Rode, Cheshire, 1872 to 1878. 
Hon. Canon of Chester, 1873. Rector of Ufton, Berks, 1878. 

Selby Hutton. Son of George William Selby, sic. Esq. 
Born at Carlton-on-Trent near Newark, Notts, aged 18. 
Admitted (. 16 May, 1833. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1833. Fourth Class, Litt. Hum. 
Michaelmas Term 1837. B.A. 21 June, 1838. Name 
removed 6 May, 1844. 

Charles Mitchell. Son of John Mitchell, Esq. Born in 
St George's, Bloomsbury, London, aged 18. Admitted 
Or. 16 May, 1833. 

B.A. 13 May, 1837. M.A. 21 Nov. 1839. Name removed 
23 Oct. 1840. 

George William Burrow Wills. Son of Samuel Wills, 
Esq. Born at Crewkerne, Somersetshire, aged 18. Ad- 
mitted <. 16 May, 1833. 

B.A. 13 May, 1837. M.A. 14 Nov. 1839. Name removed 
23 Oct. 1840. 

Rector of St Leonard's, Exeter, 1840 to 1873, and Rural Dean 
1870 to 1873. Curate of All Hallows, Lombard St., 1879 ; 
died 7 Jan. 1886. 

Francis Marmaduke Rowden. Son of Eev. Edward 

Eowden. Born at High worth, Wilts, aged 17. Ad- 
mitted <. 16 May, 1833. 

B.A. 26 Jan. 1837. M.A. 25 June, 1840. C.JE. account 
closed Midsummer 1857. 

Born 18 Oct. 1815. Educated at Rugby. Rector of Stanton 
Fit/warren, Wilts, 1851, resigned 1 Dec. 1884. 
Cousin of Francis R. 1847, and Robert R. 1851. 

Henry Duncan Skrine. Son of Henry Skrine, Esq. 
Born in Bath, aged 17. Admitted (. 16 May, 1833. 



358 WARDEN SYMONS. [1833. 

Third Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1837. B.A. 13 May, 
1837. M.A. 30 June, 1842. 

Born 22 May, 1815. Of the Middle Temple. J.P. and D.L. 
for Somerset. High Sheriff, 1876. Author of Translations in 
Verse of Anacreon, VinjiVs Eclogues, and Schiller's Song of the 

mi. 

Father of Edward H. S., 1867. 

Henry Whitehorne. Son of Samuel Eisby Whitehorne, 
Esq. Born at St Anne's in Jamaica, aged 18. Ad- 
mitted (ft. 13 June, 1833. 

Name removed (apparently) Christinas 1837. 

Samuel Comyn. Son of Samuel Comyn, Esq. Born in 
Serjeant's Inn, London, aged 19. Admitted {ft. 25 June, 
1833. 

(.fft. account closed Lady Day 1834. 

Called to the Bar (Middle Temple), 12 June, 1840. 

Frederick Poynder. Son of John Poynder, Esq. Born 
at Clapham, Surrey, aged 17. Admitted (ft. 25 June, 
1833. 

Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1835 to 1839. Third Class, 
Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1838. B.A. 2 June, 1838. 
M.A. 10 June, 1840. Denyer Theological Essay 1843. 
Compounded 3 March, 1861. 

Born 11 March, 1816. Educated at Charterhouse. Chaplain 
of Bridewell Hospital, 1849 to 1858. Second Master of 
Charterhouse School, 1858 to 1872. Author of A Few Words 
of Advice to a Public School Boy, and a Dictionary of the English 
Lanyiuujefor S.P.C.K. 

John Cooper. Son of Charles Cooper, Esq. Born at 
Newcastle-under-Lyne, Staffordshire, aged 18. Ad- 
mitted OL 25 June, 1833. Elected . 30 June, 1833, 
admitted-- Oct. 1833. Elected ^.Jf. 30 June, 1838. 

Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1833 to 1838. Goodridge 
Exhibitioner 1834, 1835, 1836. Third Class, Litt. Hum. 
Easter Term 1837. B.A. 13 Mav, 1837. M.A. 9 July, 



1833.] WARDEN SYMONS. 359 

1842. Elected Moderator of Philosophy 1841 to 1843 ; 
Humanity Lecturer 1843 to 1846; Bursar 1847 to 
1852; Dean 1850 to 1853; Sub-Warden 1853 to 
26 March, 1868. Proctor 1849. Eector of Beaumont 
cum Moze, Essex, 1867.- 

Vicar of Dorchester, Oxon. 1841 to 1849. Donor of Plate to 
the College. 

Edward Wyndham Tufnell. Son of John Charles 
Tufnell, Esq. Col. in the army. Born in Walcot Parish, 
Bath, aged 18. Admitted <. 1 July, 1833. Elected &. 
30 June, 1833. Admitted Oct. 1833. Elected ^3.,-fF. 
30 June, 1839. Resigned ,-Jf. by marriage 11 Feb. 1867. 

Maddox Exhibitioner 1835. Third Class, Litt. Hum. 
Easter Term 1837. B.A. 13 May, 1837. M.A. 9 July, 
1842. Elected Moderator of Philosophy 1844 to 1846, 
1851 to 1853, 1856 to 1858. Proctor 1857. Select 
Preacher 1858. Created D.D. 26 May, 1859. 

Educated at Eton. Rector of Beechingstoke, Wilts, 1846 to 
1857. Prebendary of Major Pars altaris, (Sarum) 1850 to 1859. 
Rector of St Peters, Maryborough, 1857 to 1859. First Bishop 
of Brisbane, 1859 to 1875. Vicar of Croydon 1879 to 1882, of 
Felpham, Sussex, 1882. Canon of Chichester, 1882. 

Rowland Daniel Michell. Son of Edward Michell, Esq. 
Born at Bruton in Somersetshire, aged 16. Admitted 
(!T. 1 July, 1833. 

Somerscales Exhibitioner 1834, to (?) 1838. Goodridge 
Exhibitioner 1835. Second Class, Litt. Hum. Michael- 
mas Term 1837. B.A. 1 Dec. 1837. M.A. 25 June, 
1840. Name removed 26 June, 1843. 

Died at Bruton, aged 26, April, 1843. 
Brother of Richard M., 1820. 

John Brimble Riddle. Son of Joseph Brimble Kiddle, 
Esq. Born in the parish of St Philip and St Jacob, 
Bristol, aged 22. Admitted t. and Clerk 10 Oct. 1833. 

Pigott and Goodridge Exhibitioner 1834 to 1837. Gerard 
Exhibitioner 1835 to 1837. Hody (Hebrew) Exhibi- 



3GO WARDEN SYMONS. [1833. 

tioner 1834 to 1839. Third Class, Litt. Hum. Michael- 
mas Term 1837. B.A. 7 Dec, 1837. M.A. 6 June, 
1844. (H.Jft. account closed Michaelmas 1849. 

Vicar of St Thomas, Bristol, 1852, and chaplain of the Bristol 

Cemetery, 1862 to 1877, when he died. 

Translator of Griifenhan's Introduction to Writing Hebrew. 

George Domvile Wheeler. Son of Rev. George Wheeler. 
Born in Walcot Parish, Bath, aged 18. Admitted (ST. 
11 Oct. 1833. Elected J. as Founder's Kin 30 June, 
1834. Admitted . Oct. 1834. Elected }3.JF. 

30 June, 1841. Resigned Jf. previous to marriage 
1843. 

JE. (Oriel) 13 June, 1832, aged 17. Fourth Class, Litt. 
Hum. Michaelmas Term 1836. B.A. 8 Dec. 1836. M.A. 
4 March, 1841. Compounded 1867. 

Born 1 May, 1815. Vicar of Wolford, Warw. 1843. Rector of 

Barcheston, Wanv. 1846. Hon. Canon of Worcester, 1875, 

J.P. ; died 1890. 

Author of A Sermon on the Revival of Convocation and some 

Tracts. 

His Arms are in the Windows of the Antechapel Or, beneath 

a chief A/Aire charged with a Catharine wheel Argent between 

two bezants, a camel sable between 2 Catharine wheels of the 

third in pale. 

Charles Edward Strong. Son of Rev. Charles Strong. 
Born at Locking in Somersetshire, aged 18. Admitted 
(JT. 7 Nov. 1833! 

B.A. 17 May, 1837. M.A. 2 June, 1841. Name removed 
3 Nov. 1842. 

Robert St John Shirreff. Son of James Hales Shirreff, 
Esq. Born at Deptford, Kent, aged 18. Admitted (JT. 
7 Nov. 1833. 

B.A. 17 May, 1837. M.A. 18 May, 1843. (JT.JE. account 
closed Christmas 1853. 

Vicar of Thorley, Isle of Wight, 1850 to 1855. Rector of 
Woodham Ferrers, Essex, 1855 ; died 10 Feb. 1889, aged 74. 



WARDEN SYMONS. 361 



George Tilladam Hyatt. Son of George Hyatt, Esq. 
Born at Shepton Mallett, Somersetshire, aged 18. Ad- 
mitted at. 7 Nov. 1833. 

B.A. 26 March, 1840. M.A. 19 March, 1842. Name 
removed 29 Oct. 1842. 

Richard Brooke-Jones. Son of Fitzherbert Brooke, Esq. 
Born at Stanshaws Court, Sodbury, Gloucestershire, aged 
18. Admitted <tf. 7 Nov. 1833. 

Fourth Class, Litt. Hum. Easter term 1837. B.A. 17 May, 
1837. Name removed 22 Feb. 1841. 

George William Chamberlain. Son of George Cham- 
berlain, Esq. Born at Alphington, Devonshire, aged 17. 
Admitted (ft. 7 Nov. 1833. 

B.A. 17 May, 1837. M.A. 14 Jan. 1848. OT.JE. account 
closed Midsummer 1849. 

Born 20 Feb. 1816. Chaplain to the Bishop of Barbacloes 
1839 to 1840. Incumbent of St John's, Tipton, Devon, 1840 to 
1842. Hector of Port of Spain, and Rural Dean of Trinidad, 
1843 to 1847. Incumbent of St Matthews, Birmingham, 1848 
to 1857. Incumbent of St James', Cheltenham, 1857 to 1884. 



1834. 

Thomas Booth Wright. Son of liev. Godfrey Wright, 
M.A. Born in Bath, aged 17. Admitted <. 27 Feb. 
1834. 

B.A. 7 Dec, 1837. M.A. 21 May, 1841. (JT.p. account 
closed Midsummer 1859. 

Rector of Broughton, Line., 1842 ; "died 5 July, 1884." (F.) 
His Arms are in the Windows of the Antechapel, Azure on 
a fess Argent, between 3 mullets Or, 3 eagle's heads erased 
of the field. 

John Wilkinson. Son of Henry Wilkinson, Esq. a Major 
in the H.E.I.C.S. Born at Belary in the East Indies, 
aged 17. Admitted Of. 27 Feb. 1834. 



362 WARDEN SYMONS. [1834. 

Name removed 16 Oct. 1835. Postmaster of Merton 1835 
to 1837. Third Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1838. 
B.A. 2 June, 1838. 

Rector of Broughton Gifford, Wilts, 1848 to 1876, and Preben- 
dary of Sarum ; " died 5 Sept. 1876." (F.) 
Author of a Systematic Analysis of Butler's Analogy, &c. 
Father of John F. W., 1869. 

William Tanner Richards. Son of Samuel Richards, Esq. 
Born in the parish of St Michael's, Bristol, aged 18. 
Admitted <. 27 Feb. 1834. 

Name removed 2 Nov. 1836. 



Cossley Diggle Saunders. Son of Eev. George Eveleigh 
Saunders. Born in the parish of Tarrant Kushton, 
Devonshire, aged 16. Admitted <. 27 Feb. 1834 

B.A. 14 June, 1838. (.|E. account closed Midsummer 
1845. 

Rector of Tarrant Hinton, 1842 to 1888 (?) ; " died 23 June, 

1887." (F.) 

Brother of George E. S., 1838. 

Edward Boys Ellman. Son of John Elhnan, Esq. Born 
at West Firle in the county of Sussex, aged 18. Ad- 
mitted OT. 27 Feb. 1834. 

First Class, Math, and Fourth Class, Litt. Hum. Easter 
Term 1837. B.A. 9 June, 1837. M.A. 12 Nov. 1840. 
Compounded Christmas 1867. 

Born 7 Sept. 1815. Vicar of Wartling, 1844 to 1846. Rector 
of Berwick, Sussex, 1846. 

Joseph Wills. Son of John Wills, Esq. Born in the 
parish of Newington, Surrey, aged 16. Admitted (JT. 
27 Feb. 1834. Name removed 16 Dec. 1834. 

Henry Petley. Son of Charles Carter Petley, Esq. Born 
at Chepstead, Kent, aged 18. Admitted (fT. 7 May, 
1834. 



1834.] WARDEN SYMONS. 363 

B.A. 2 June, 1838. M.A. 30 June, 1843. (2T.JE. account 
closed Christmas 1847. 

In Holy Orders. Missionary in Newfoundland. 

Philip William Tallents. Son of William Edward 
Tallents, Esq. Born at Newark in Nottinghamshire, 
aged 18. Admitted (ft. 7 May, 1834. 

B.A. 2 June, 1838. Name removed 7 July, 1843. 

Educated at Eton ; " died 16 March, 1843, aged 27, at Ventnor, 
Rev. P. W. T. second son of late W. E. T., Town Clerk of 
Newark." (G. Mag.} 

Joseph Alfred Hardcastle. Son of Alfred Hardcastle, 
Esq. Born at Clapham, Surrey, aged 18. Admitted (. 
5 June, 1834. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1834. Name removed 27 June, 
1835. 

"Of Hatcham House, Surrey. M.P. for Colchester, 1847 to 
1852 ; for Bury-St-Edmunds, 1857 to 1874, and 1880 to 
1885." (F.) 

John William Prout. Son of William Prout, M.D. Born 
in the parish of St George, Bloomsbury, aged 17. Ad- 
mitted <. 5 June, 1834. 

Third Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1838. B.A. 18 May, 
1839. M.A. 14 Jan. 1841. Name removed 22 Oct. 
1841. 

Called to the Bar (Lincoln's Inn), 25 January, 1841 ; "died 
2 June, 1881." (F.) 

Edward Bowles (Knottesford) Fortescue. Son of 

Rev. Francis Fortescue-Knottesford. Born at Stoke near 
Nayland, Suffolk, aged 18. Admitted <. 5 June, 1834. 

(C.|tt. account closed (apparently) Christmas 1877. 

Provost of St Niniaivs, Perth, 1839 ; "died 1877." (F.) 



364 WARDEN SYMONS. [1834. 

John Rushbridger (Rusbridger). Son of John Rush- 
bridger, Esq. Born at Goodwood in the parish of West 
Hampnett, Sussex, aged 17. Admitted (ft. 5 June, 1834. 

B.A. 10 May, 1839. M.A. 11 March, 1841. Compounded. 

Born 13 Oct. 1816. Educated at Guildford Grammar School. 
Domestic Chaplain to the 5th Duke of Eichmond. 

Henry Annesley Tyndale. Son of the Rev. Thomas 
George Tyndale. Born at Swallowficld in Berkshire, 
aged 18. "Admitted <. 5 June, 1834. 

B.A. 10 May, 1838. M.A. 11 March, 1841. C!T.|E. account 
closed (?) Christmas 1878. 

Rector of Tatsfield, Surrey, 1848. Rector of Holton, Oxon, 
1856 ; died 27 Aug. 1891, aged 75. 

William Banister. Son of Rev. John Banister. Born 
at Southam in Warwickshire, aged 18. Admitted (#. 
26 June, 1834. 

Fourth Class, Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 1838. B.A. 
15 Nov. 1838. Name removed 21 Oct. 1840. 

Chaplain of St James' Cemetery, Liverpool, 1851 to 1892. 

Charles Nevinson. Son of Henry Edward Nevinson, Esq. 
Born at Hampstead, Middlesex, aged 18. Admitted (. 
30 June, 1834. Admitted L of Exeter College 23 Jan. 
1834. Elected &. of Wadham 30 June, 1834. Admitted 
5. 10 Oct. 1834. Elected ^.tf. 30 June, 1841. 

Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1835 to 1839. Maddox Ex- 
hibitioner 1837. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1838. First 
Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1838. B.A. 2 June, 1838. 
M.A. 3 Dec. 1840. Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 
1839 to 1840. Elected Humanity Lecturer 1842, 1843. 
Resigned ,-fF. 28 June, 1844. (H.JE. account closed 
Christmas 1854. 

Warden of Browne's Hospital, Stamford, 1845 ; died 12 Aug. 
1880. Edited the Later Writings of Bishop Hooper and a 
Hist or \i of Stamford. 



1834-35.] WARDEN SYMONS. 365 

His Arms are in the Windows of the Antechapel Argent, on 
a chevron between 3 eagles displayed Azure, beaked and 
langued Gules, a mullet of the field. 
Father of Charles N., 1866. 

Charles Rumsey Knight. Son of the Eev. Eobert 
Knight. Born at Lechlade in Gloucestershire, aged 17. 
Admitted (ft. 10 Oct. 1834. Elected . 30 June, 1834 
as Founder's Kin. Admitted >. 10 Oct. 1834. llesigned 
his 5. July (? June) 1842. 

Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1835 to 1839. B.A. 18 May, 
1839. M.A. 9 June, 1842. He proved his descent from 
Edward Bampfield of Poltimore, who married Elizabeth 
Wadham, aunt of the Founder. He-admitted as (ft. 
13 Jan. 1848. 

Born 8 Oct. 1817. Vicar of St Bride's Major, Glam. 1843 to 
1863, of Merthy Mtiwr, 1870. Rural Dean and Proctor in 
Convocation for the Diocese of Llandaff, 1868. J.P. 

Edward Bullock Webster. Son of Edward Webster 
Bullock Webster, Esq., a Deputy-Lieutenant for the 
county of Middlesex. Born at the Hyde, a hamlet of 
Hendon, Middlesex, aged IS. Admitted (ft. 30 Oct. 
1834. 

B.A. 6 June, 1838. (JT.|E. account closed Christmas 1849. 

Born 1816. Educated at Tunbridge School. Perpetual Curate 
of the Hyde, Herts. Rector of Bassenthwaite, Cumberland. 
Died 21 Feb. 1855. 

William Dugdale Thring. Son of William Davison 
Thring, D.i). ((ft. 1800). Born at Sutton Veney, Wilts, 
aged 18. Admitted <. 13 Nov. 1834. 

Name removed 24 Feb. 1836. 

Educated at Rugby ; of H.M. Customs. 

1835. 

John George Sheppard. Son of John Shcppard, Esq. 
Born in the parish of Everton, Liverpool, aged 18. 
Admitted (ft. 5 March, 1835. Elected .. 30 June, 
1835. Admitted . 16 Oct. 1835. B.A. 5 Dec, 1839. 
M.A. 9 June, 1841. Elected ^3.,-ff. 30 June, 1844. 



366 WARDEN SYMONS. [1835. 

Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1835 to 1841. Madclox Ex- 
hibitioner 1837. Second Class, Litt. Hum. Michaelmas 
Term 1839. Elected Junior Bursar 1846; Humanity 
Lecturer 1847. (.pt. replaced on ceasing to be ,-ff. 
4 July, 1848. Prize for an English Poem on a Sacred 
Subject (St Paul at Athens) 1851. Select Preacher 
1856. D.C.L. 1860. Account closed Midsummer 1866. 
Head Master of Kidderminster Grammar School. Joint- 
Editor of Notes on Thucydides (with L. Evans, see page 353), 
Theophrasti Characteres, &c. 
"Died 1 Jan. 1869." (F.) 

Foster Barham Zincke. Son of Burt Frederick Zincke, 
Esq. Born in Westmoreland, Jamaica, aged 18. Ad- 
mitted dt. 5 March, 1835. 

Second Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1839. B.A. 18 May, 
1839. OT.JE. account closed Christmas 1846. 

Curate (1841 to 1847) and subsequently Vicar (1848) of 
Wherstead, Suffolk. Chaplain in Ordinary to the Queen 
1858 ; died 23 August, 1893. 

Author of A Winter in the United States ; Egypt of the Pharaohs 
and of the Khedive, and other books of travel ; also of Materials 
for a History of Wherstead. 

Richard Gwatkin Clarke. Son of Itichard Clarke, Esq. 
Born at Madras, aged 18. Admitted (. 5 March, 1835. 

Name removed 19 Oct. 1837. 

Stirling Frederick Marshall. Son of liev. William 
Marshall, M.A. Born at Widcombe, Bath, aged 18. 
Admitted <. 5 March, 1835. 

Third Class, Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 1838. B.A. 

6 Dec. 1838. M.A. 9 June, 1841. (C.Jtt. account closed 

Christinas 1862. 

Conduct of Eton, 1841 to 1854. Rector of Farnham Royal, 
Bucks, 1854. Diocesan Inspector of .Schools. Died April 
1891. 

Henry IVIilward. Son of Clement Mil ward, Esq., Captain 
li.N. Born at Wexford, baptized at Killurin, Co. 
Wexford, aged 17. Admitted (. 14 May, 1835. 



1835.] WARDEN SYMONS. 367 

B.A. 14 Feb. 1839. OT.JE. account closed Christmas 1846. 

Incumbent of Paulton, Bristol, 1842 to 1875. Rural Dean of 
Midsomer Norton, 1868, to 1875. Prebendary of East Harp- 
tree (Wells). Diocesan Inspector of Schools. Rector of 
Rodney Stoke, 1875. Died 5 May, 1876. Buried at Paulton. 

Jacob Youde William Hinde. Son of Jacob Hincle, Esq. 
Captain loth Hussars. Born in the chapel ry of Egton- 
cum-Newland near Pennybridge, Westmoreland, aged 18. 
Admitted 4T. 14 May, 1835. 

B.A. 17 Oct. 1839. (H.E. account closed Michaelmas 
1847. 

Subsequently changed his name to Lloyd, and compounded : 
was known as " Chevalier Lloyd," being a Knight of the 
Saviour of Greece. Died 14 Oct. 1887, aged 70. 
Egton-cum-Newland is a chapelry of Ulverstone, Lane. : but 
no Pennybridge appears in the County map. 

William Samways Oke. Son of William Samways Oke, 
M.D. Born at Farnham, Surrey, aged 19. Admitted 
&. 14 May, 1835. 

B.A. 28 Nov. 1839. CT.JH. account closed Lady Day 1846. 

Vicar of Rowde, Wilts, 1871 to 1874. Rector of Road-with- 
AVolverton, Som., 1874. Died at Rowde, 13 July, 1879. 

William Fountaine Addison. Son of Rev. William 
Addison Fountaine. Born in Walcot Parish, Bath, aged 
17. Admitted <&. 14 May, 1835. 

B.A. 6 Jan. 1840. Name removed 21 Jan. 1842. 

Vicar of Dorchester, Oxon., 1850 to 1856. Vicar of Christ 
Church, Reading, 1863 to 1869. Chaplain at Gibraltar, and 
Canon, 1869. Chaplain to the Bishop of Gibraltar, 1874. 
Vicar of Ossett, Yorks, 1877. 

Edward Nangreave Mangin. Son of the Ifev. Edward 
Mangin. Born in Walcot Parish, Bath, aged 17. Ad- 
mitted (. 14 May, 1835. 

B.A. 18 May, 1839. M.A. 21 April, 1842. C.Jtt. account 
closed Christmas 1850. 



368 WARDEN SYMONS. [1835. 

Vicar of Horsley, Glouc., 1849 to 1861. Rector of Howick, 
Northumberland, 1862 to 1865. Vicar of Woodhorn, Nor- 
thumberland, 1865, where he suddenly died 23 July 1879 ; he 
has a memorial window there. Brother of Samuel W. M., 1838. 

William Hinton. Son Edward Hinton, Esq. Born at 
Naples, aged 17. Admitted OT. 14 May, 1835. 

Name removed 14 April, 1837. 

Andrews Reeve. Son of John Andrews Reeve, Esq. 
Lieutenant II. N. Born at Locking, Somersetshire. Ad- 
mitted (&. 14 May, 1835. Admitted Clerk the same 
day. 

Aged 18 (M.). Pigott and Goodridge Exhibitioner 1835 to 
1838, also Goodridge Exhibitioner (as a Scholar) 1836. 
Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1836 to 1839. B.A. 
18 May, 1839. Name removed 19 Eeb. 1842. 

Vicar of Christ Church, Nailsea. Incumbent of Kimmeridge, 

Isle of Pur-beck, 1853 to 1861. 

" He had an intuitive acquaintance with all manner of musical 

instruments, and composed music for Hymns for Children, and 

for tiacred Songs (selected from Hymns from the land of 

Luther)." 

William Edward Allfree. Son of William Allfree, Esq. 
Born at Hurstmonceaux in Sussex, aged 19. Admitted 
01. 18 June, 1835. 

B.A. 30 May, 1839. M.A. 2 Nov. 1843. (JT.JH. account 
closed Christmas 1851. 

Rector of Southease, Sussex, 1843 to 1864. Rector of Nar- 
burgli, Norfolk, 1864 to 1885. Rector of Upton with Copping- 
ford, Hunts, Dec. 1885 to Sept. 1890. 

Richard Dawson. Son of the late Richard Dawson, Esq. 
a Lieutenant in the .First Dragoons. Born in Limerick, 
aged 17. Admitted 4L 18 June, 1835. 

Third Class, Litt. Hum. and Math. Michaelmas Term 1839. 
B.A. 21 Nov. 1839. (C.Jtt. account closed Midsummer 
1849. 



1835.] WARDEN SYMONS. 369 

Thomas Pearse. Son of Eev. William Pearse. Born at 
Han well in Oxfordshire, aged 19. Admitted (ft. 
18 June, 1835. 

Name removed 15 Oct. 1836. Migrated to Magd. Coll. 
Demy 1836 to 1850. B.A. 28 Nov. 1839. M.A. 7 Feb. 
1842. B.D. 7 Nov. 1850. $. 1850 to 1856. Vice- 
President 1853. 

Educated at Rugby. Rector of Fittleton, "Wilts, 1855. Rural 
Dean of Potterne and Domestic Chaplain to Baroness North ; 
he died 25 Nov. 1885, at Fittleton, and there is a marble cross 
over his grave. 

Robert Cane Fattenson. Son of the late John Edward 
Pattenson, Esq. in the H.E.I.C.S. Born at Dacca in 
Bengal, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 18 June, 1835. Kemoved 
to St Mary Hall 16 Oct. 1838. 

B.C.L. 10 Nov. 1842. 

Rector of Melmerby, Cumberland, 1844 to 1881. 

William Joy. Son of William Joy, Esq. Born in St Giles', 
Oxford, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 27 June, 1835. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1835. Name removed Oct. 1835, 
without having come into residence. Migrated to Trinity 
Coll. Camb. . 1838. B.A. 1839. Senior Opt. and 
Second Class, Classics. M.A. 1842. Chaplain of Trinity. 

Vicar of Shudy Camps, Cambridge, 1 863. 

William Symons Newman. Son of the Eev. Eichard 
Newman, M.A. formerly Jf. (1814). 

Of Dittisham, Devon, aged 17. Matric. 27 June, 1835 
as <. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1836. Third Class, 
Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 1840. B.A. 3 Dec. 1840. 
M.A. 27 Oct. 1842. (.JE. account closed Midsummer 
1860. 

Godson of Warden Symons. Head Master of Tavistock 

Grammar School, to 1852. Rector of Cory ton, October, 

1853, till his death on 27 April, 1880. 
Brother of Charles D. N.. 1839. 

2 A 



370 WARDEN SYMONS. [1835. 

Henry King. Son of Francis King, Esq. Born at Great 
Stanmore, Middlesex. Admitted (ft. of Exeter College 
7 May, 1834, aged 17. Elected . of Wadham 30 June, 
1835. Admitted OT. and . 16 Oct. 1835. Elected 
$.JF. 30 June, 1844. 

Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1836 to 1838. Maddox Ex- 
hibitioner 1837. Second Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 
1838. B.A. 2 June, 1838. M.A. 7 March, 1844. 
Elected Catechist 1846, 1847, 1861; Humanity Lecturer 
1848, 1849; Bursar 1850 to 1856; Moderator of Philo- 
sophy 1871 to 1881. Vacated Jf. by marriage 1888. 

Called to the Bar (Inner Temple) 22 Nov. 1844. Librarian of 
the Garrick Club. Died 6 Nov. 1888, aged 72. 

Arthur Baker. Son of Eobert Baker, Esq. Born at New- 
bury, Berks, aged 18. Admitted OT. 16 Oct. 1835. 
Name withdrawn Lady Day 1838. 

B.A. 10 June, 1840. M.A. 13 May, 1850. CJE. replaced 
2 May, 1839 ; account closed Christmas 1854. 

Incumbent of St Pauls, Wellington, New Zealand, 1854 to 
1859 ; " died 29 July, 1868/' (F.) 
Author of numerous Sermons. 

John Lancelot Sheppard. Son of Joseph Sheppard, Esq. 
Born in the parish of Bermondsey, South wark, aged 18. 
Admitted OL 12 Nov. 1835. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1838. B.A. 22 May, 1839. M.A. 
10 Oct. 1842. Name removed 9 Eeb. 1848. 



Robert Thomas Kent. Son of Eobert Thomas Kent, 
Esq. Born in the parish of St Mary Abchurch, London, 
aged 19. Admitted OL 12 Nov. 1835. 

B.A. 14 Nov. 1839. M.A. 18 Nov. 1842. CT.JE. account 
closed Midsummer 1863. 

Called to the Bar (Lincoln's Inn) 21 Nov. 1848; "died 
-20 April, 1880." (F.) 



1835-36.] WARDEN SYMONS. 371 

John Sayres. Son of John Sayres, Esq. Born at Stoke 

near Arundel, aged 18. Admitted 01". 12 Nov. 1835. 
Third Class, Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 1839. B.A. 
5 Dec. 1839. Name removed 8 July, 1843. 

" Called to the Bar (Lincoln's Inn) 1844 ; died 11 March, 1852." 
(F.) 

William George Duncan. Son of Menzies Duncan, Esq. 
late Captain in the H.E.I.C.'s Native Infantry. Born at 
Trull near Taunton, aged 17. Admitted (ft. 12 Nov. 
1835. 

B.A. 22 May, 1839. Name removed and balance paid to 
the Antechapel Window Fund 21 Oct. 1842, for his 
arms, when he is described as in Orders, of Great 
Houghton, near Northampton. 

" Of Bradwell House, Bucks, J.P., D.L." (F.) 

Arms Gules, on a chevron between 2 cinquefoils in chief and 

a hunting horn in base Argent 3 escutcheons of the field. 

William Drew Stent. Son of William Stent, Esq. Born 
at Tillington in Sussex, aged 18. Admitted <. 12 Nov. 
1835. 

B.A. 21 May, 1840. Name removed 13 March, 1843. 



1836. 

George Malim Messiter. Son of George Messiter, Esq. 
Born at Frome, Somerset, aged 18. Elected . 30 June, 
1835. Admitted <. and ,. 9 Feb. 1836. Resigned g. 
previous to marriage 21 June, 1846. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1837, 1838, 1839. Hody (Greek) 
Exhibitioner 1838 to 1841. Fourth Class, Litt. Hum. 
Michaelmas Term 1840. B.A. 28 Jan. 1841. M.A. 
7 June, 1843. Name removed 21 June, 1846. 

Educated at Rugby. In Holy Orders. Second Master of 
Repton School, 1852 ; died 19 May, 1874. 



372 WARDEN SYMONS. [1836. 

Henry Watson Fox. Son of George Townshend Fox, 
Esq., (brother of William Fox, <. 1828). Born in the 
parish of Westoe in the County of Durham, aged 18. 
Admitted 01. 3 March, 1836. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1837. Third Class, Litt. Hum. 
Michaelmas Term 1839. B.A. 5 Dec. 1839. Name 
removed 27 Jan. 1841. <.j&. replaced 18 May, 1848. 
Name again removed 26 March, 1849. 

Missionary at Massulipatam ; died in Durham, aged 31, 14 Oct. 
1848. 

George Arden. Son of Christopher Arden, Esq. Born in 
the parish of the Holy Trinity, Dorchester, Dorset, aged 
17. Admitted <. 3 March, 1836. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1838. Third Class, Litt. Hum. 
Easter Term 1840. B.A. 6 June, 1840. M.A. 26 May, 
1842. Name removed and balance paid to Chapel 
Window Fund 8 Feb. 1850. 

Domestic Chaplain to the Earl of Devon. Vicar of Winter- 
bourn Came, Dorset, 1847 to 1858. Eector of North Bovey, 
Devon, 1859 to 1866. Vicar of Dunsford, Devon, 1866 to 
1888. 

The Arms of Arden of Dorchester, are, Argent, a fess cheeky 
Or and A/,ure between 3 crescents, but they are not in the 
Windows of the Antechapel. 
Author of The Cure of Souls and other theological works. 

Charles Leopold Royds. Son of John Eoyds, Esq. Born 
at 107 Gloucester Place, Marylebone, London, aged 19. 
Admitted OT. 3 March, 1836. 

B.A. 31 Oct. 1839. Name removed 11 March, 1844. 

Vicar of Aldenham, Herts, 1850 to 1884 ; when he succeeded 
to his brother's estate, Brizes Park, Essex. 

Thomas Fox. Son of Eev. Thomas Fox, (1797) M.A. 
formerly Jf. Born at Eovant, Wiltshire, aged 18. Ad- 
mitted Or. 3 March, 1836. 

B.A. 6 June, 1840. Name removed 31 J<m. 1843. 



1836.] WARDEN SYMONS. 373 

Rector of Temple Combe, 1860. Buried on the east side of 
the Church, where a cross has the following inscription, 
" In loving memory of the Rev. T. F., for 30 years Rector of 
the Parish ; died 6 May, 1891, aged 73. " 

Thomas Clark Whitehead. Son of Thomas Whitehead, 
Esq. Born at Chatham House, Eamsgate, aged 18. Ad- 
mitted 01. 11 May, 1836. 

Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1837 to 1839. Fourth Class, 
Litt. Hum. and Math. Michaelmas Term 1840. B.A. 
12 Nov. 1840. M.A. 20 Oct. 1842. d.Jtt. account 
closed Michaelmas 1851. 

Incumbent of Gawcott, Bucks. Head Master of Christ's Col- 
lege, Finchley, 1864 ; died 28 April, 1873. 

Edward Sherman Venn. Son of John Venn, Esq. Born 
at Highbury Park, Islington, aged 17. Admitted {. 
11 May, 1836. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1837. Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 
1839 to 1840. Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1840 to 
1842. Second Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1840. 
B.A. 6 June, 1840. M.A. 17 Dec. 1842. CJtt. account 
closed Christmas 1843. 

" Appointed to the Cape of Good Hope." 

Henry Brancker. Son of Peter Whitfield Brancker, Esq. 
(cousin of Thomas Brancker, JF. 1835). Born at West 
Derby near Liverpool, aged 18. Admitted (.11 May, 
1836. 

Second Class, Math. Michaelmas Term 1839. B.A. 6 Feb. 
1840. M.A. 7 June, 1843. C.JE. account closed Mid- 
summer 1867. 

Born 18 Oct. 1817. Educated at the Royal Institution School, 
Liverpool. Vicar of Thursley, Surrey, 1857 to 1886. 

George Faterson. Son of George Paterson, Esq., late a 
Lieut. -Col. in the Foot Guards. Born in the parish 
of West Church, Edinburgh, u^ed 16. Admitted (j. 
11 Mav, 1836. 



374 WARDEN SYMONS. [1836. 

B.A. 6 June, 1840. M.A. 30 June, 1843. CLJE. account 
closed Lady Day 1871. 

" A Member of the Scottish Faculty of Advocates, 1842. J.P. 
for Perth ; died 25 Feb. 1867." (F.) 

George Cockburn TTrmston. Son of Sir James Brabazon 
Urmston, Knight. Born at Woodford, Essex, aged 19. 
Admitted (. 11 May, 1836. Eemoved to St Mary Hall 

18 Oct. 1838. 

John Cave Browne. Son of Edward Cave Browne, Esq., a 
Colonel in H.E.I.C.S. 44th Native Infantry. Born at 
Nagpore in the Deccan, India, aged 18. Admitted <JT. 
11 May, 1836. 

B.A. 6 Feb. 1840. M.A. 9 Feb. 1843. CT.JE. account 
closed Christmas 1847. 

Born 17 Jan. 1818. Educated at Taunton College : proceeded 
to Wells Theological College. Bengal Chaplain 1851 to 1872. 
Vicar of Detling, 1875. 

Author of The Punjab and Delhi in 1S57 ; History of the Chota 
Nagpore Mission, &c. Lambeth Palace and its Associations ; 
History of Detliny, &c. 

Charles Barton. Son of the late Eev. Charles Barton, 
D.D. Jf. of C. C. C. (i.e. Corpus Christi Coll. Oxford), 
and Dean of Booking. Born at Booking in Essex, aged 
18. Admitted (ft. 11 May, 1836. 

B.A. 14 May, 1840. OT.JE. account closed Midsummer 
1848. 

Robert Cooper. Son of Edward Cooper, Esq. (brother of 
William Wellington Cooper and Charles Brodie Cooper, 
<. 1831 and 1832 and cousin of George Fort Cooper, (Jtt. 
1825). Born in the Chapelry of Staverton, in the parish 
of Trowbridge, Wiltshire, aged 17. Admitted (ft. 

19 May. (Matriculated 21 May, 1836.) 

B.A. 12 Nov. 1840. OT.JE. account closed Christmas 1849. 
Father of Frederick C., 1865. 



1836.] WARDEN SYMONS. 375 

William George Henderson. Eldest son of George 
Henderson, Esq., Captain, K.N. Born at Harbridge in 
Hampshire, aged 17. Admitted (ft. 30 June, 1836. 
Elected Demy of Magdalen College July, 1836. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1836. Name removed 15 Oct. 
1836. Chancellor's Prize, Latin Verse (M. Atilius 
Eegulus fidem hostibus solvit) 1839. First Class, Litt. 
Hum. and Second Class, Math. Michaelmas Term 1840. 
B.A. 26 Nov. 1840. M.A. 14 Jan. 1843. Chancellor's 
Prize Latin Essay (De re frumentaria apud Athenienses) 
1842. Ellerton Prize (The Style and Composition of the 
writings of the New Testament) 1843. Jf. of Magdalen 
1846 to 1853. Junior Proctor 1850. D.C.L. 2 June, 
1853. D.D. 1882. 

Educated at Bruton School. Head Master of Magdalen School, 
1845 to 1846. Tutor in Durham University, 1846 to 1851. 
Principal of Victoria College, Jersey, 1852 to 1862. Head 
Master of Leeds Grammar School, 1862. Dean of Carlisle, 
1884. Editor of several works for the Surtees Society. 

(Bloxam vii, 342.) 

Richard Gee. Son of the late William Gee, Esq. Born in 
the parish of St Martin in the Fields, aged 18. Admitted 
4T. 30 June, 1836. 

Third Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1840. B.A. 6 June, 
1840. M.A. 16 Feb. 1843. B.D. and D.L>. 7 Nov. 1867. 
Compounded 15 March, 1870. 

Vicar of Abbots Langley, 1 844. Honorary Canon of St Albans. 
Rural Dean of Watford, Proctor in Convocation, 1874. Chap- 
lain to the Bishop of St Albans. Vicar of New Windsor, 1878. 
Honorary Chaplain to the Queen 1884. 

Robert Cholmeley. Son of the Piev. Eobert Cholmeley, 
M.A. late ,-fF. of C. C. C. (i.e. Corpus Christ! Coll. Oxford). 
Born at Croft near Wainneet, Lincolnshire, aged 18. 
Admitted <. 30 June, 1836. Admitted Exhibitioner of 
C. C. C. 19 Feb. 1838. 

B.A. 6 June, 1840. M.A. (Magdalen) 16 Nov. 1843. 
Fellow of Magdalen 1843 to 1858. Proctor 1854. Vicar 
of Fiiidon, Sussex, 1859. 
" Died 30 Aug. 1880. :) (F.) 



376 WARDEN SYMONS. [1836. 

George Byng Hardwicke Shute. Son of Hardwicke 
Shute, Esq., D.M., Edinburgh. Born in St Michael's 
Parish, Gloucester, aged 18. Admitted OL 27 Oct. 1836. 

Third Class, Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 1840. B.A. 
16 Eeb. 1843. M.A. 10 June, 1848. B.D. and D.D. 
1858. .j&. account closed (apparently) 1878. 

Of Yateley, Farnborough. 

Harcourt Skrine. Son of John Harcourt Skrine, B.A. of 
St John's College, Cambridge, Clerk. Born at Hampton 
in Middlesex, aged 19. Admitted <. 27 Oct. 1836. 

B.A. 10 June, 1840. M.A. 15 June, 1843. 

Born 3 June, 1817. Curate of Cirencester ; and of Sunbury, 
Middlesex. Died 14 Nov. 1886, aged 60. 
Brother of Charles H. S., 1840. 

Carteret Friaulx Carey. Son of John Carey, Esq. Born 
at St Peter's Port, Guernsey, aged 16. Admitted <#. 
27 Oct. 1836. 

B.A. 29 April, 1841. M.A. 21 June, 1844. (JT.JE. account 
closed Michaelmas 1848. 

Born 29 Nov. 1819. Educated at Elizabeth College, Guernsey. 

Vicar of St John's, Guernsey, 1846 ; died 8 Dec. 1858, where a 

monument with the following inscription is erected, 

In memory of the Rev. C. P. Carey, M.A. 

Incumbent of this Church 

Taken to Heaven 
7 Dec. (sic) 1858, aged 39. 

" Him that overcometh will I make a pillar in the temple of 
my God, and he shall go no more out." 

" This monument is affectionately erected by the flock over 
which the Holy Ghost had made him overseer ; and to whose 
wants, both spiritual and temporal, he faithfully and lovingly 
ministered for the space of twelve years." 
Author of The Book of Job, translated from the Hebrew, 1858. 
Brother of Osmond C., 1844. 

Edward Boys. Son of Edward Boys, Esq., Commander, 
RN. Born at Deal in Kent, aged 19. Admitted OT. 
27 Oct. 183G. 



1836-37.] WARDEN SYMONS. 377 

B.A. 12 Nov. 1840. M.A. 5 Feb. 1846. Name removed 
3 Nov. 1846. 

Cousin of Markby J. T. B., 1838. 

Edward David. Son of the late Edward David, Esq. 
Born at Kadyr Court near Llandaff, in Glamorganshire, 
aged 18. Admitted <. 27 Oct. 1836. Eemoved to St 
Mary Hall, 16 Oct. 1838. 

B.C.L. 24 April, 1845. 

Logan Dobinson. Son of Joseph Dobinson, Esq. Born 
in Harley Street, Marylebone, London, aged 18. Ad- 
mitted Or. 10 Nov. 1836. 

B.A. 12 Nov. 1840. <.p. account closed Michaelmas 1846. 
Rector of Lockington, Yorks, 1853 ; resigned 21 Dec. 1889. 

1837. 

Richard Gongreve. Son of Mr Thomas Congreve. Born 
at Leamington Hastings, Warwickshire, aged 18. Ad- 
mitted <. 23 Feb. 1837. Elected . 30 June, 1836. 
Admitted ,. 23 Feb. 1837. Elected ^.Jf. 30 June, 
1844. Resigned Jf. before marriage 29 June, 1854. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1837, 1838, 1839. Maddox Exhi- 
bitioner 1838. Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1839 to 
1843. First Class, Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 1840. 
B.A. 3 Dec. 1840. M.A. 7 June, 1843. Elected Sub- 
Dean 1845, 1846, 1847 ; Dean 1848, 1849 ; Humanity 
Lecturer 1850 to 1853. Name removed Midsummer 
1857. Elected Honorary Fellow 6 Dec. 1891. 

First English disciple of Auguste Comte, and Preacher of 
the Religion of Humanity. Author of The Roman Empire 
of the West; Elizabeth of England; Essays, Political, Social, 
and Religious: (2 vols.). Editor of Aristotle's Politics; and 
translator of some of the Works of Comte. Donor of Plate to 
the College. 
Brother of Walter C., 1843. 

William Groome Holmes. Son of William Holmes, Esq. 
Born at Arundel in Sussex, aged 17. Admitted (. 
23 Feb. 1837. 



373 WARDEN SYMONS. [1837. 

Third Class, Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 1840. B.A. 
3 Dec. 1840. M.A. 7 March, 1845. (H.JE. account 
closed Midsummer 1853. 

Vicar of Littlehampton, Sussex, 1855 ; resigned 1863. 

Samuel Wilberforce Newbald. Son of Charles Newbald, 
Esq. Born in the parish of the Holy Trinity, Hull, aged 
18. Admitted <. 23 Feb. 1837. 

Third Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1842. B.A. 14 May, 
1842. M.A. 5 March, 1846. &.J&. account closed 
Midsummer 1851. 

Born 10 Sept. 1818. Educated at St Peter's School, York. In- 
cumbent of Goole, 1844 to 1848, of Rowcliffe, 1848 to 1850. 
Head Master of Pontefract School, 1850 to 1868. Vicar of 
Hooton Pagnell, Yorks, 5 Nov. 1 868. 

Edward Reynolds. Son of Mr Edward Reynolds. Born 
in Wood St., Cheapside, London, aged 19. Admitted (JT. 
23 Eeb. 1837. 

B.A. 3 Dec. 1840. d.JE. account closed Midsummer 1848. 
One E. R. was Vicar of Appledore, Devon, 1842. 

William Osborne Madame. Son of Lieut. -Col. Hector 
Maclaine. Born at Valenciennes, France, baptised at 
Thornbury in Gloucestershire, aged 18. Admitted (fl*. 
23 Feb. 1837. 

B.A. 12 Nov. 1840. M.A. 7 June, 1843. Name removed 
and balance paid to the Chapel Window Fund, 22 Feb. 
1853. 

Born 6 March, 1818. Called to the Bar (Lincoln's Inn) 7 June 
1844 : of Kyneton, Thornbury, Glouc. ; J.P. and D.L. 

James Fair Reeve. Son of the late James Reeve, Esq. 
Born at Lowestoft, aged 19. Admitted (. 23 Feb. 
1837. 

B.A. 29 Oct. 1840. (H.p. account closed Christmas 1848. 
Rector of Thornham, Suffolk, 1850 to 1872. 

Thomas Charles Griffith. Son of Mr Thomas Griffith, a 
dissenting minister. Born at Cam, Gloucestershire, aged 
18. Admitted <!T. 23 Feb. 1837. 



1837.] WARDEN SYMONS. 379 

B.A. 13 May, 1841. M.A. 10 June, 1847. CJtt. account 
closed Christmas 1853. 

Curate in charge of Whittington, Glouc., 1846 to 1866. Vicar 
of St Matthew, Surbiton, Surrey, 21st Sept. 1875. 

George Weir. Son of John Charles Weir, Esq. Born at 
Heathfield, parish of St Thomas in the Vale, Jamaica, 
aged 16. Admitted <. 20 April, 1837. Name removed 
Michaelmas 1838. 

John Groom. Son of Mr George Groom. Born in New- 
ington Row, Liverpool, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 20 April, 
1837. 

Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1838 to 1841. Second Class, 
Math, and Fourth Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term, 1841. 
B.A. 21 May, 1841. M.A. 20 Nov. 1845. (JT.Jtt. 
account closed Lady Day 1850. 

Incumbent of Eainford, 1847 to 1852. Rector of Whalley 
Range, Lane., 1852, till his death 1 Feb. 1868. 

Edward Humphrey Ballard. Son of the late Bear 
Admiral Volant Vashon Ballard. Born at Shopwicke 
near Chichester, aged 17. Admitted OT. 20 April, 1837. 

B.A. 3 May, 1842. M.A. 29 Oct. 1847. Name removed 
2 Feb. 1850. 

Edward Warner. Son of Edward Warner, Esq. Born at 
Walthamstow, Essex, aged 18. Admitted (. 20 April, 
1837. 

First Class, Math. Easter Term 1840. B.A. 21 March, 
1841. M.A. 17 Dec. 1844. Johnson Math. Scholar 
1841. fniversity Math. Scholar 1841. Compounded 
5 July, 1870. 

Of Highams, Essex, D.L., J.P., F.R.G.S. Called to the Bar 
(Lincoln's Inn) 3 May, 1850. " M.P. for Norwich, 1852 to 1857, 
and 1860 to 1868 ; died 7 March, 1875." (F.) 

George Danby Hodson. Son of the late Charles Philip 
Hodson, Esq., a Lieutenant in the Army. Born in 
Trumpington Street, Cambridge, aged 18. Admitted (JT. 
20 April, 1837. 
Name removed 7 June, 1838. 



380 WARDEN SYMONS. [1837. 

Sylvanus Charles Thorp Hartley. Son of William 
Hanley, Esq. Born in Holy well, Oxford, aged 19. Ad- 
mitted OL 20 April, 1837. 

B.A. 4 March, 1841. dT.JE. account closed Michaelmas 
1848. 

William Davis Wilson. Son of the late William John 
Delap- Wilson, Esq. Born in Walcot Parish, Bath, aged 
18. Admitted (ft. 20 April, 1837. 

Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1840. Third Class, Math. 
Michaelmas Term 1841. B.A. 11 Nov. 1841. M.A. 
26 Oct. 1843. Name removed 10 July, 1852. 

Vicar of Earingdon, Berks, 1849 ; died 22 Aug. 1851, at Over 
Worton, Oxon, aged 33. 

James Aspinall Brancker. Brother of Henry Brancker 
(OT. 1836), aged 18. Admitted <. 20 April, 1837. 

|tt. 4th Son of Peter Whitfield B. of Childwall, near Liver- - 
pool, Gen. Name removed 4 March, 1843. 

Robert Henderson. Son of Lieut.-Col. George Henderson, 
E.E. Born at Aberdeen, aged 16. Admitted (ft. 1 June, 
1837. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1839. Third Class, Litt. Hum. 
Easter Term 1842. B.A. 14 May, 1842. M.A. 3 Dec. 
1846. Name removed 15 April, 1850. 

Called to the Bar (Inner Temple), 1845 ; died at Southampton, 
15 Jan. 1850, aged 29. 

Edward Francis Gepp. Brother of George Edward 
Gepp (Jf. 1833), aged 17. Admitted OT. 1 June, 1837. 

JE. Son of George Assar G. of Chelmsford, Arm. Fourth 
Class, Math. Easter Term 1840. B.A. 28 May, 1841. 
M.A. 30 June, 1848. (.JE. account closed Christinas 
1851. 

Vicar of High Easter, Essex, 1849. 

Henry Hill. Son of James Haydock Hill, Esq. Born in 
Guildford St., Kussell Square, London, aged 18. Admitted 
(. I June, 1837. 



1837.] WARDEN SYMONS. 381 

Fourth Class, Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 1840. B.A. 
28 May, 1841. M.A. 26 Jan. 1844. Name removed 
24 Jan. 1850. 

Vicar of Aston Cantelow, Warwick, 1846 ; died on his passage 
from Madeira, 1 Sept. 1849, aged 30 ; but he is called second 
son of P. H. Hill, Bery Hill, Notts. (G. May. 119, II. 549.) 

Charles Kemble. Son of the late Charles Adams Kemble, 
Esq. Born on Clapham Common, in the parish of 
Battersea, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 1 June, 1837. 

B.A. 11 Nov. 1841. M.A. 26 Jan. 1844. Compounded 
1867. 

Incumbent of St Michael's, Stockwell, 1844 to 1859. Rector 
of the Abbey Church, Bath, 1859. Prebendary of Wells, 1866. 
He is buried in Bath Abbey Cemetery, where there is a plain 
stone over the Grave, with the following inscription, 
Underneath are the everlasting Arms. 

In 

Memory of 

Charles Kemble 

Prebendary of Wells 

Rector of Bath 
Nov. 1859 to Aug. 1874. 

Only Child of 
Charles Adams Kemble 

And Harriet his wife 

of Clapham Common, Surrey. 

Born 21st April, 1819. 

Died 18 Nov. 1874. 

For me to live is Christ, and to die is gain. 
They that be wise shall shine as the brightness of the firma- 
ment ; and they that turn many to righteousness as the stars 
for ever and ever. 

Also on a screen across the South East Aisle of the Abbey is the 
following, 

This Screen was erected A.D. 1885, in grateful commemoration 
of the Restoration of this Church, through the well-directed 
energy and munificent gifts of the Rev. Charles Kemble, M.A., 
Rector of Bath and Prebendary of Wells. He was born 1819, 
and died 1874. Rector of Bath 1859 to 1874. 



382 WARDEN SYMONS. [1837. 

His Arms are in the Windows of the Antechapel Sable, on a 
bend ermine 3 leopard's faces of the field. 
Author of numerous Sermons. 

John Hales Sweet. Son of the late Mr William Sweet. 
Born at Clifton, near Bristol, aged 18. Admitted (. 
1 June, 1837. 

Name removed 23 Oct. 1839. 

Thomas Pilkington Tufnell. Son of John Jolliffe 
Tufnell, Esq. (cousin of Edward Wynclham Tufnell, j. 
1833). Born at Broomfield in Essex, aged 18. Admitted 
01. 1 June, 1837. 

Fourth Class, Litt. Hum. and Math. Easter Term 1841. 
B.A. 13 May, 1841. M.A. 19 March, 1846. e.Jtt. 
account closed Midsummer 1848. 

Vicar of Wormingford, Essex, 1845 ; died 26 Feb. 1892, aged 72. 
Brother of George C. T., 1839. 

Francis Flimley Voules. 

|H. Son of William Voules of Windsor, Arm. aged 25. 
B.A. of Trinity College, Dublin, incorporated 26 Oct. 
1837. (H.JE. received same day. Account closed 
Michaelmas 1845. 

Conduct of Eton, 1837 to 1841. Kector of Middle Chinnock, 
Dorset, 1841 to 16 Oct. 1892. 

Robert Hawker Bowden. Son of Richard Booth Bowden, 
Esq., Commander, E.N. Born in the parish of Charles, 
Plymouth, aged 18. Admitted OL 26 Oct. 1837. 

B.A. 11 Nov. 1841. C.JE. account closed Michaelmas 
1849. 

Vicar of Stoke Gabriel, Devon, 1845, resigned 1881. 

Lumsden Shirreff Dudman. Son of Joseph Dudman, 
Esq. Born at Stradmore Hill, Llandwgwydd near New- 



1837.] WARDEN SYMONS. 383 

castle Emlyn, Cardiganshire, aged 18. Admitted (jft. 
26 Oct. 1837. 

B.A. 28 April, 1842. C|tt. account closed Michaelmas 
1850. 

Kector (and Patron) of Pitney, Somerset, 1851 ; died 21 Oct. 

1878. 

Father of James L. S. G. D., 1886. 

Brymer Belcher. Son of Alexander Brymer Belcher, Esq. 
Born at Denmark Hill, near Roehampton, Surrey, aged 
17. Admitted <&. 26 Oct. 1837. 

Fourth Class, Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 1841. B.A. 
25 Nov. 1841. M.A. 14 May, 1845. Compounded 
16 Oct. 1873. 

Born 13 Nov. 1819. Educated at Tunbridge School. In- 
cumbent of St Gabriel's, Pimlico, 1853. Rector of Bodiam, 
Sussex, 1885. 

Benjamin Brancker. Brother of Thomas Brancker (JF. 
1835), aged 17. Admitted <. 26 Oct. 1837. Name 
withdrawn at end of same quarter. 

JE. son of Thomas B., of Liverpool, Eq. Aur. 

Richard Marsh. Son of the late Thomas Edward Marsh, 
Esq. Born at Llanidloes, Montgomeryshire, aged 18. 
Admitted OT. 26 Oct. 1837. 

B.A. 17 June, 1841. Name removed 11 Nov. 1846. 

"Died 21 Aug. 1845, at Llanidloes, Montgom., Rev. R. M., 
B.A., aged 25." (G. Mag.) 

John Murray Holland. Brother of William Buckton 
Holland (<. 1831), aged 19. Admitted OL 8 Nov. 
1837. Admitted . of New College 22 Jan. 1838. 

Son of William Woollams H. of Chichester, cler. (M.). 
B.A. 17 June, 1841. M.A. 10 April, 1845. $. of New 
College till 1861. Proctor 1855. Kector of Stanton St 
John, Oxon, 1860. 



384 WARDEN SYMONS. [1837-38. 

Scholar of Winchester College, 1829. Died 26 Aug. 1877, and 
was buried at Stanton St John, with this Epitaph, 

Here rests 

in the hope of Eternal Life 

which God that cannot lie 

promised before the world began, 

The Reverend 

John Murray Holland, M.A., 

for seventeen years 

Rector of this Parish. 

He departed this life August 26, 1877, 

Aged 58. 

" A Father to the poor." 

" When the ear heard me, then it blessed me, and when the eye 
saw me, it gave witness to me." 

" By grace are ye saved through faith, and that not of yourselves. 
It is the gift of God." 

Edward John Chapman. Son of William Chapman, Esq. 
Born at Tynemouth, N. Shields, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 
9 Nov. 1837. 

Fourth Class, Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 1841. B.A. 
11 Nov. 1841. &.JE. account closed Christmas 1849. 

Born 22 April, 1819. In Holy Orders. Died unmarried 
2 Nov. 1869. (Foster, Yorkshire Fed.) 



1838. 

Henry Robbins. Son of Rev. William Bobbins (formerly 
of St Edmund Hall). Born at Hickling in Norfolk, aged 
18. Admitted <. 1 March, 1838. Admitted Clerk the 
same day. 

Pigott, Goodridge, and Gerard Exhibitioner 1838 to 1841. 
Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1838 to 1840. Hody 
(Greek) Exhibitioner 1840 to 1842. Third Class, Litt. 
Hum. Easter Term 1842. B.A. 17 Nov. 1842. M.A. 
30 May, 1844. OI.JE. account closed Christmas 1856. 

Died at Shropham, Norfolk, 13 Oct. 1858, aged 38. (G. Mag.) 



1838.] WARDEN SYMONS. 385 

Francis Barrow. Son of Eev. Francis Barrow ((ft. 1809). 
Born in St John's Parish, Margate, Kent, aged 16. Ad- 
mitted (ft. 1 March, 1838. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1839. Second Class, Math. Easter 
Term 1841. B.A. 29 Oct. 1841. M.A. 30 May, 1844. 
(.JE. account closed Midsummer 1867. Compounded. 

Born 15 March, 1821. Called to the Bar (Lincoln's Inn) 
22 Nov. 1844. Eecorder of Rochester, 1867. Judge of the 
County Court, 1876. 

Joseph Cox Algar. Son of Eev. Joseph Cox Algar, 
formerly (ft. (1809 to 1816). Born at Frome, Somerset- 
shire, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 1 March, 1838. Elected 
g. of University College 5 March, 1838. 

Second Class, Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 1842. B.A. 
24 Nov. 1842. M.A. 24 Oct. 1844. jf. 1843. Eesigned 
9 April, 1848. 

George Francis Sydenham Powell. Son of Alexander 
Powell, Esq., and maternal grandson of the Visitor, 
(George Henry Law, Bishop of Bath and Wells). Born 
at Hurdcott House in the parish of Baverstoke, near 
Salisbury, aged 17. Admitted (ft. 1 March, 1838. 

B.A. 21 Oct. 1841. Cl.p. account closed Lady Day, 1849. 

Incumbent of Burcombe, Wilts, 1853 to 1854. Rector of 
Sutton Veny, 1854. Registrar to the Archdeacon of Wells. 

John Levien. Son of John Levien, Esq. Born at Bath. 
Baptized at St Marylebone Church, London, aged 18. 
Admitted (ft. 1 March, 1838. 

B.A. 10 Nov. 1842. M.A. 11 Feb. 1847. Compounded 
2 Feb. 1870. 

Educated at Shrewsbury School. Rector of Enmore, Som. 
1860 to 1875 ; of Burnham Thorpe, Norfolk, 1875, where he is 
buried with this Epitaph, 

"John Levien, M.A., Rector. Born 10 Jan. 1820; died 
4 March, 1888. " In Thy light shall we see light." 

2 B 



386 WARDEN SYMONS. [1838. 

Alfred Peache. Son of Mr James Courthope Peache. 
Born in the parish of Lambeth, Surrey, aged 19. Ad- 
mitted OL 1 March, 1838. 

B.A. 29 Oct. 1841. M.A. 10 Oct. 1844. OT.JE. account 
closed Christmas 1849. 

Vicar of Mangotsfield, Glouc. 1859 to 1874. Vicar of Downend 
1874 to 1878. 

Adam Clarke Rowley. Son of Mr James Rowley. Born 
at Stourport, Worcestershire, aged 18. Admitted <!. 
15 March, 1838. 

B.A. 28 April, 1842. M.A. 25 June, 184G. Name 
removed 27 Oct. 1846. 

Vicar of St Matthias, Weir, Bristol, 1846 to 1875. Vicar of 

Twigwortli, Glouc., 1875 ; of Sutterton, Line., 1876. 

F.R.H.S., 1877. 

Author of a Translation of Joel and other works in Hebrew and 

Divinity. 

Thomas Hassall Mynors. Son of Robert Edward Eden. 
M. of King's Norton, Worcester, arm. Matric. 11 May, 
1838, aged 19. B.A. 19 March, 1842. 

Vicar of St Patrick, Tarn worth, 1847. 

William Charles Williams. Son of Samuel Williams, 
Esq. Born in Walcot Parish, Bath, aged 17. Admitted 
(ft. 11 May, 1838. 

Name removed Lady Day 1839, when he was in debt to 
Domus. Migrated to Trinity Coll. Camb., where he 
entered as Sizar 18 Oct. 1840. B.A. 1845. M.A. 1853. 
B.I). 1862. D.D. 1868. M.A. ad eundem, Oxon., 
27 March, 1858. 

Principal of North London, Collegiate School, Camden Town. 

John Stainton. Son of John Stainton, Esq., and brother 
of Nathaniel Stainton ((#. 1832). Born in the parish of 
St Martin-in-the-Eields, London, aged 19. Admitted <#. 
11 May, 1838. 

B.A. 5 Feb. 1846. (JT.Jtt. account closed Lady Day 1847. 



1838.] WARDEN SYMONS. 387 

Charles James Stillingfleet Bowles. Son of Rev. 

George Downing Bowles. Born at Bathford, Somerset- 
shire, aged 18. Admitted (ft. II May, 1838. 

B.A. 28 April, 1842. (JT.JE. account closed Christmas 
1849. 

Incumbent of St Barnabas, Warmley, Bristol, 1851. Chaplain 
at Malaga, 1863, 1864. 

William James Newman. Son of William Newman, 
Esq. Born in the parish of St Petrock, Dartmouth, 
aged 18. Admitted (ft. 20 June, 18:38. 

B.A. 1 Dec. 1842. M.A. 30 April, 1846. Name removed 
30 Oct. 1874. 

Educated at Winchester. Vicar of Hockworthy, Devon, 1852 ; 
died 5 Jan. 1880, and is buried at Hockworthy with this 
epitaph, 

" Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord from henceforth : 
that they may rest from their labours." 

Richard Atwood Henry Stroud. Son of Charles Harris 
Stroud, Esq., and nephew of Rev. Joseph Stroud, ((ft. 
1816 to 1825). Born at Milford Haven, aged 17. Ad- 
mitted (ft. 20 June, 1838. 

Fourth Class, Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 1841. B.A. 
14 May, 1842. M.A. 23 Jan. 1845. Name removed 
17 July, 1847. 

In Holy Orders. 

Markby Janeiro Thornton Boys. Son of Rev. Pilchard 
Boys, nephew of Rev. James Boys, ((ft. 1811 to 1818) 
and cousin of Edward Boys, ((ft. 1836). Born at Rio 
Janeiro, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 20 June, 1838. 

B.A. 21 April, 1842. M.A. 24 April, 1845. Name 
removed 12 Nov. 1845. 

Born 1 Dec. 1819. Chaplain in India. Archdeacon of Bombay 
1847 to 1865. Vicar of All Saints, Clapham Par 1865 to 
1877. Vicar of Hildenborough, Kent, 1881. 



388 WARDEN SYMONS. [1838. 

Charles Frederick Secretan. Son of Francis Lewis 
Philip Secretan, Esq. Born in the parish of St George's, 
Bloomsbury, aged 17. Admitted (. 28 June, 1838. 

Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1839 to 1844. Second Class, 
Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 1842. B.A. 1 Dec. 1842. 
M.A. 7 June, 1847. Kennicott Scholar, 1843. Pusey 
and Ellerton Scholar, 1844. Name removed 23 Oct. 

1847. 

Incumbent of Trinity, Westminster, 1852 to 1864. Vicar of 
Longdon, Wore. 1864 ; died 25 Feb. 1868, aged 47. 
Author of the Life and Times of Robert Nelson, and Sermons. 

George Eveleigh Saunders. Son of Piev. George Eveleigh 
Saunders (and brother of Cossley Diggle Saunders, (&. 
1834). Born in the parish of Tarrant liushton, Dorset- 
shire, aged 16. Admitted <. 17 Oct. 1838. Elected 
. as Founder's Kin 30 June, 1838. Admitted 17 Oct. 
1838. Elected $.Jp. 30 June, 1847. Presented to the 
Rectory of Maperton, Somerset, 24 April, 1857. Ceased 
to be JF. 24 April, 1858. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1841. Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 
1841 to 1844. Third Class, Litt. Hum. Michaelmas 
Term 1842. B.A. 1 Dec. 1842. M.A. 1 June, 1848. 
Compounded 13 Dec. 1869. 

Born 26 Dec. 1821. Educated at Bruton School. 

John Harrison Miller. Son of Eobert Marratt Miller, 
D.D., (<. 1806). Born at Dedham, Essex, aged 17. 
Admitted <. 17 Oct. 1838. Elected $> 30 June, 1838. 
Admitted 17 Oct. 1838. B.A. 1 Dec. 1842. M.A. 
30 June, 1848. 

Maddox Exhibitioner 1839. Compounded 14 June, 1860. 
" Called to the Bar (Inner Temple) 1851." (F.) 

Henry Adderley Box. Son of George Modd Box, Esq. 
Born at Woodford, Essex, aged 18. Admitted (ff. 
24 Oct. 1838. Elected . 30 June, 1838. Admitted 
24 Oct. 1838. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1839. Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 
1839 to 1843. Third Class, Litt. Hum. and Fourth 



1838.] WARDEN SYMONS. 389 

Class, Math. Michaelmas Term 1842. B.A. 9 Feb. 1843. 
M.A. 19 June, 1862. Name removed on his death 
- Dec. 18G9. 

Richard Roope. Son of Cabel Eoope, Esq. Born at 

Oporto, aged 18. Admitted'. 24 Oct. 1838. 
Third Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1842. B.A. 2 June, 
1842. M.A. 24 April, 1845. <.j&. account closed 
Christmas 1854. 

"Called to the Bar (Inner Temple) 1845 ; died 20 Jan. 1870." 
(F.) 

Thomas Lionel Rich. Son of Charles Lewis Henry Pye 
liich, Esq. Born at Shinfield, Berkshire, aged 18. Ad- 
mitted OL 24 Oct. 1838. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1840. Name removed 20 May, 
1842. 

Robert George Swayne. Son of late Robert Swayne, 
Esq. Born in the parish of St Paul's, Bristol, aged 17. 
Admitted 4L 24 Oct. 1838. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1840. Fourth Class, Litt. Hum. 
and Math. Easter Term 1842. B.A. 18 May, 1842. 
M.A. 3 March, 1846. Compounded 20 Feb. 1862. 

Incumbent of Bussage, Wilts, 1852 to 1859. Rector of St 
Edmund, Salisbury, 1863 to 1877. Prebendary of Gillingham 
Major (Sarum) 1870. Canon Residentiary, 1874. Chancellor 
1877. 

Samuel Wareing Mangin. Son of Eev. Edward Mangin 
(and brother of Edward Nangreave Mangin, <fl!. 1835.) 
Born in the parish of Bath wick, Bath, aged 17. Ad- 
mitted OL 24 Oct. 1838. 

B.A. 3 June, 1843. (H.JE. account closed Michaelmas 
1851. 

Incumbent of St Matthias, Stoke Newington, 1S54 to 1858, of 
Headington Quarry, Oxon, 1858 to 1863. Vicar of St Columba, 
Kingslancl Road, 1863 to 1873. Rector of St Martin's, Salis- 
bury, 1873. Vicar of Bramsluuv, Hants, 1881. Rector of West 
Knoyle, Somerset, 1889. 



390 WARDEN SYMONS. [1838-39. 

Francis Henry Laing. Son of Kev. Francis Laing. Born 
at Llanniaes, in Glamorganshire, aged 18. Admitted (ST. 
24 Oct. 1838. 

B.A. 7 Dec. 1843. M.A. 10 Oct. 1845. OT.JE. account 
closed Midsummer 1859. 

Incumbent of Forthampton, Glouc., 1856 to 1863. Rector of 
Quatt-Malvern, Salop, 1864 to 1885. Assumed the name of 
Wolryche-Whitmore in 1864. Of Dudmaston Hall, Salop, 
J.P. 

George Woodfield Paul. Son of Eev. Samuel Woodfield 
Paul. Born at Einedon, Northamptonshire, aged 18. 
Admitted <. 25 Oct. 1838. 

B.A. 18 May, 1842. Name removed 2 Nov. 1842. M.A. 
2 April, 1845. Jf. of Magdalen, 1842 to 1848. 

Vicar of Finedon, Northants, 1848, and Rural Dean. 



1839. 

John Gorton. Son of the late Mr John Gorton. Born at 
Tickhill, in the West Riding of Yorkshire, aged 18. 
Admitted <. 30 Jan. 1839. Admitted Clerk the same 
day. 

Pigott and Goodridge Exhibitioner 1839 to 1842. Hody 
(Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1839 to 1842. B.A. 1 Dec. 1842. 
M.A. 26 June, 1845. GT.JE. account closed Christmas 
1847. 

Chaplain in Madras, 1846 to 1875. Archdeacon of Madras 
1871 to 1875. Vicar of Kirkby-la-Thorpe, Line. 1877. 

William John Dry. Son of Mr Pilchard Dry. Born in 
the parish of St Peter's in the East, Oxford, aged 17. 
Admitted T. 30 Jan. 1839. 

B.A. 16 Nov. 1843. M.A. 26 June, 1845. Name removed 
12 Dec. 1846. 

Vicar of Weston-on-the-Green, Oxon, 31 Oct. 1854 ; Surrogate, 
1855. His tombstone lies on the south side of the churchyard, 
with this inscription, 



1839.] WARDEN SYMONS. 391 

" In memory of the Rev. Win. John Dry M.A., Vicar of this 
Parish for 23 years, who departed this life 30 April, 1877." 

Edmond John Morgan. Son of Charles Eobert Morgan, 
Esq. Born in the parish of St George's Bloomsbury, 
London, aged 18. Admitted OL 30 Jan. 1839. 

Fourth Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1842. B.A. 1 Dec. 
1842. M.A. 5 March, 1846. Compounded 12 Feb. 
1866. 

Incumbent of St Matthias, Malvern Link, 1849 to 1852. 
Rector of Great Fakenhain, Suffolk, 1856 to 1886. 

George Cressner Tufnell. Son of John Jolliffe Tufnell, 
Esq. (and brother of Thomas Pilkington Tufnell, (ft. 
1837). Born at Great Waltham, Essex, aged 17. Ad- 
mitted (. 30 Jan. 1839. 

B.A. 14 Nov. 1844. Name removed Michaelmas 1854. 

Vicar of Takeley, Essex, 1855 to 1868. Rector of Little Easton, 
Essex, 1868 ; died 21 Feb. 1891. 

Edward Winser. Son of Charles Winser, Esq. (and 
brother of Charles Winser, (. 1825). Born at Kentish 
Town, parish of St Pancras, London, aged 19. Admitted 
4L 30 Jan. 1839. 

Name removed 14 Oct. 1846. 

Thomas Griffies Dixon. Son of William Dixon, Esq. 
Born at Liverpool, aged 18. Admitted <. 30 Jan. 1839. 

Name removed 12 Oct. 1839. 

Henry Edwards Hale Mairis. Son of Valentine Hale 
Mairis, Esq., Captain in the Army. Born at Aston near 
Birmingham. Christened and registered at Bishops 
Lavington, Wiltshire, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 30 Jan. 
1839. Name removed 23 Feb. 1839. 

Charles Browne. Son of Charles Browne, Esq. Born in 
Weymouth Terrace, Hackney Eoad in the parish of 
Shoreditch, aged 18. Admitted <. 25 April, 1839. 



392 WARDEN SYMONS. [1839. 

Name removed 9 May, 1840, when he was elected to a 
Clarke 5. at Worcester College, which he vacated 
9 May, 1849, being of nine years' standing. First Class, 
Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1843. B.A. 23 June, 1843. 
M.A. 23 Oct. 1845. 

Called to the Bar (Lincoln's Inn) 9 June, 1846. 

Tressilian George Nicholas. Son of the late Eev. George 
Nicholas, D.C.L. formerly <. 1781 (and brother of 
Francis Nicholas, M.A. <K. 1812). Born in South 
Moulton Street, London, aged 17. Admitted (ft. 
25 April, 1839. 

Fourth Class, Litt. Hum. and Math. Michaelmas Term 1842. 
B.A. 7 June, 1843. M.A. 3 June, 1846. Voluntary 
Theological Exam. 1845. (H.JE. account closed Michael- 
mas 1855. 

Born 14 April, 1822. Incumbent of West Molesey, Surrey, 
1846 to 1859. Vicar 1863. Vicar of Lower Halstow, Kent, 
1859 to 1863. 
Author of Poems, 1851, &c. 

William Smyth Thorpe. Son of Eev. William Thorpe, 
M.A. of Gains College, Cambridge. Born at Newmarket. 
Baptized at Stetchworth, Cambridgeshire, aged 18. Ad- 
mitted (. 25 April, 1839. 

B.A. 7 June, 1843. C.JE. account closed Michaelmas 
1841. 

Incumbent of Breckles, Norfolk, 1850 ; of Thompson, Norfolk, 
1860. 

Richard Ayscoghe Martyn Floyer. Son of John Gould 
Floyer, Esq. Born at Ketsby, Lincolnshire, aged 18. 
Admitted <. 25 April, 1839. 

Fourth Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1843. B.A. 3 June, 
1843. Name removed 21 Oct. 1843. 

Francis Augustus Weekes. Son of Hampton Weekes, 
Esq., P.M. of Aberdeen. Born at Hurstpierpoint, 
Sussex, aged 18. Admitted OL 25 April, 1839. 



1839.] WARDEN SYMONS. 393 

B.A. 18 May, 1843. M.A. 26 May, 1847. OLJE. account 
closed Midsummer 1856. 

Rector of Aston-on-Trent, Derb. ; died at Brighton, 24 Sept. 
1864, aged 43. (G. Mag.) 

Fiennes Sanderson Miller. Eldest son of Fiennes 
Sanderson Miller, Esq., Lieut-Col, in the Army. Born 
at Radway, Warwickshire, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 
25 April, 1839. 

Name removed 30 June, 1841. 

Born 7 Aug. 1820. Captain 68tli Bengal N. I.; died vita patris, 
s.p., Feb. 1859, in the East Indies. 

William Nicholas Richards. Son of Goddard Richards, 
Esq. Colonel in the Army. Born and baptized near 
Agra in Bengal, aged 24. Matriculated (*L of Trinity 
College, Dublin - - Oct. 1834, proceeded B.A. there 
12 Feb. 1839. Admitted 4T. 1 May, 1839. Incorporated 
2 May, 1839. 

Name removed 15 April, 1841. Replaced 11 Feb. 1878. 
"M.A. 1878." (F.) 

Charles Durnford Newman. Son of Rev. Richard 
Newman (formerly Jf. 1814). Brother of William 
Synions Newman ((. 1835) and cousin of William James 
Newman and of Richard Roope (<. 1838). Born at 
Dittisham, Devonshire, aged 18. Admitted (fl*. 27 June, 
1839. 

Somerscales Exhibitioner 1839. Second Class, Litt. Hum. 
and Third Class, Math. Easter Term 1843. B.A. 3 June, 
1843. M.A. 16 Nov. 1854. Name removed Christmas 
1858. 

Head Master of St John's Academy, Newfoundland, 1845 to 
1855, of Truro Grammar School, 1855 to 1866. Vicar of St 
Mary's, Warwick, 1873 to Feb. 1881 ; "died 15 March, 1881." 
(F-) 

Christopher Fripp George. Son of Christopher George, 
Esq. Born in St Augustine's Parish, Bristol, aged 19. 
Admitted OT. 27 June, 1839. 



394 WARDEN SYMONS. [1839. 

Name removed 3 April, 1841. B.A. (St Mary Hall) 26 
May, 1843. 

Henry Watson. Son of William Watson, Esq. Born in 
St James' Parish, Bristol, aged 17. Admitted (ft. 
27 June, 1839. 

Fourth Class, Math. Michaelmas Term 1842. B.A. 
18 May, 1843. M.A. 18 June, 1846. Name removed 
29 Oct. 1846. 

Rector of Langton, Line., 1856 to 1872 ; "died 14 Dec. 1883." 



John Henry Gale. Son of liev. Thomas Hinxman Gale, 
M.A. of Exeter College. Born at Andover, aged 18. 
Admitted OL 27 June, 1839. 

B.A. 22 June, 1843. Name removed 6 March, 1847. 

Vicar of Milton Lilbourne, Wilts, 1846, J.P. ; died 30 Jan. 
1893. 

Frederick Tufnell. Son of Kev. George Tufnell, B.A. of 
Emmanuel College, Cambridge. Born at Springfield. 
Essex, aged 17. Admitted <!L 10 Oct. 1839. Elected 5. 
30 June, 1839. Admitted g>. 10 Oct. 1839. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1840 to 1843. Maddox Exhibi- 
tioner 1843. Third Class, Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 
1843. B.A. 7 Dec. 1843. Elected Sub-Dean 1848, 1849, 
1850. On 29 June, 1848 he appealed to the Visitor 
against the last election of Fellows, being passed over 
though Senior Scholar : but the right of appeal was 
denied ; and even if allowed, the Visitor affirmed the 
right of selection. On 23 April, 1851, he resigned his 
Jj., and removed his name. 

Incumbent of Baulking, Berks, 1848 to 1851, of St Paul's, 
Edinburgh, 1851 to 1858, of St Paul's, Marylebone, 1872 to 
1874. Rector of Merston, Sussex, 1874, of Ogbourne St 
Andrew, 1875. Presented by tlic College to the Rectory of 
Fryerning 1880. 

Henry Bond Bowlby. Son of Peter Bowlby, Esq., late 
Captain in the Army. Born at Sunderland in the Parish 



1839.] WARDEN SYMONS. 395 

of Bishop Wearmouth, aged 16. Admitted (ft. 10 Oct. 
1839. Elected ,. 30 June, 1839. Admitted . 10 Oct. 
1839. Elected ^J.JF. 30 June, 1848. 

Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1841 to 1845. Third Class, 
Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1844. B.A. 25 May, 1844. 
M.A. 7 July, 1849. (tf.JE. replaced on ceasing to be a 
JF. 26 Oct. 1852. Account closed Michaelmas 1867. 
Compounded. D.L>. 1891. 

Born 23 August, 1823. Educated at Durham Grammar School. 
Vicar of Oldbury, Wore., 1850 to 1868. Vicar of Dartford, 
Kent, 1868 to 1874. Rector of St Philip's, Birmingham, 1874. 
Honorary Canon of Worcester, 1877. Suffragan Bishop of 
Coventry, 1891. 
Author of Lectures on the Resurrection of the Flesh. 

Robert Trimmer. Son of Mr Edward Trimmer. Born in 
the parish of St Clement's, Worcester, aged 18. JE. as a 
(ft. of Pembroke College, 16 March, 1837. Elected 
Townsend Exhibitioner of Pembroke College, 25 March, 
1837. Withdrew his name from the books of Pembroke 
College Michaelmas 1839. Admitted (. of Wadham, 
10 Oct. 1839. Elected . 30 June, 1839. Admitted 
10 Oct. 1839. Elected $}.JF. 30 June, 1846. Married 
6 July, 1847. 

Maddox Exhibitioner 1840. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1843. 
Second Class, Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 1842. B.A. 
9 Eeb. 1843. M.A. 18 June, 1846. Denyer Theological 
Essay, 1846 (on the Christian Duty of Humility). 
Deputy Humanity Lecturer and Moderator of Philosophy 
1846. Name removed 24 Feb. 1852. 

Rector of Hamstall Redware, Staff., 1852 to 1858. Vicar of 
Stoneleigh, Warw., 1858 to 1862. Rector of Holy Trinity, 
Guildford, 1863 to 1882. Rural Dean : Honorary Canon of 
Winchester, 1877. 

Leonard Francis Burrows. Son of Montague Burrows, 
Esq., a Lieutenant General in the Army. Born at 
Hadley, Middlesex, aged 18. Admitted <tf. 10 Oct. 1839. 
Elected . 30 June, 1839. Admitted . 10 Oct. 1839. 
Elected $).JF. 30 June, 1846. 



396 WARDEN SYMONS. [1839-40. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1840, 1841. Hody (Greek) Exhibi- 
tioner 1842 to 1845. First Class, Litt. Hum. and 
Fourth Class, Math. Michaelmas Term 1843. B.A. 
23 Nov. 1843. M.A. 7 July, 1849. Vinerian Law 
Scholar, 1844. Compounded 26 Jan. 1869. 

Born 4 July, 1821. Educated at the Charterhouse. Called to 
the Bar (Lincoln's Inn) 1849. Assistant Master at Rugby (in 
Orders) 1850 to 1872. Vicar of Witley, Surrey, 1877. Pre- 
sented by the College to the Rectory of Limington, Som., 1881. 
Resigned 1886. 

Thomas Garnham Luard. Son of William Wright Luard, 
Esq. Born at Witham, Essex, aged 18. Admitted <. 
31 Oct. 1839. 

B.A. 15 June, 1843. (JT.JE. account closed Midsummer 1855. 
Vicar of Stansted Mountfitchet, Herts., 1852. Rural Dean of 
Newport, and Hon. Canon of St Albans ; died 9 Jan. 1886. 
Father of Thomas J. L., 1868. 

William Coesvelt Kortwright. Son of William 
Kortwright, Esq., late Captain in the Army. Born at 
Fryerning, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 31 Oct. 1839. 
Name removed 3 Feb. 1841. 

George Stephen Hookey. Son of George Hookey, Esq., 
Captain, KM. Born at Egg Buckland, near Plymouth, 
aged 19. Admitted <j. 31 Oct. 1839. 
B.A. 7 June, 1843. M.A. 21 Oct. 1847. C.JE. account 
closed Midsummer 1851. 

Incumbent of St James, Plymouth, 1847 to 1858. Vicar of 

Ogbourne St Andrew, 1858 to 1870. Vicar of Burgess Hill, 

Sussex, 1870. Resigned 1883 ; died 28 Feb., 1887, and was 
buried at 0bourne. 



184O. 

Thomas Gough Roberts. Son of Kobert Eoberts, Esq. 
Born at Llanrhaidr, near Denbigh, aged 18. Admitted 
(K. 20 Feb. 1840. 
<.itt. account closed Christmas 1841. 



1840.] WARDEN SYMONS. 397 

Frederick Bennett. Son of John Leach Bennett, Esq. 
Born at Merton, in the parish of Wimbledon, Surrey, 
aged 17. Admitted OL 20 Feb. 1840. 

B.A. 16 Oct. 1843. M.A. 18 June, 1846. Compounded 
26 Oct. 1875. 

Born 22 March, 1822. Incumbent of Maddington 1851, and 
Vicar of Shrewton, Wilts, 1854 (united). Prebendary of Wood- 
ford and Wilsford (Sarum) 1868. Rural Dean 1870. 

Edward Tarver Hicks. Son of Edward Hicks, Esq. 
Born at Eye, Sussex, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 20 Feb. 
1840. 

Name removed 25 Jan. 1842. 

Charles Henry Skrine. Son of John Harcourt Skrine, 
B.A., of St John's College, Cambridge, Clerk (and 
brother of Harcourt Skrine, (JT. 1836). Born at Tedding- 
ton in Middlesex, aged 18. Admitted OL 20 Feb. 1840. 

Name removed 30 Jan. 1844. 

Born 28 Nov. 1821 ; second and youngest son ; he passed all 
the B.A. Examinations but was too ill to put on his gown, and 
died 2 Feb. 1844. 

Edward Henry Hoare. Son of Edward Hatch Hoare, 
Clerk. Born in St Mary's Parish, Leicester, aged 19. 
Admitted <&. 20 Feb. 1840. 

Name removed 21 Jan. 1843. B.A. (St Mary Hall) 
14 Nov. 1844. 

In Holy Orders. 

William Wilson. Son of William Wilson, Clerk, B.D., (<ff. 
1814). Born at Worton, Oxfordshire, aged 18. Ad- 
mitted OL 20 Feb. 1840. 

Third Class, Math. Michaelmas Term 1843. B.A. 16 Nov. 
1843. (JT.pt. account closed Midsummer 1860 : when 
the balance was transferred to his father's account. 

Vicar of Banbury ; died 2 Mar. 1 860, aged 38. 



398 WARDEN SYMONS. [1840. 

John Wadham. Son of Thomas Wadham, Esq., late (ft. 
(1817 to 1819). Born at Frenchay near Bristol, aged 17. 
Admitted (ft. 20 Feb. 1840. 

B.A. 15 May, 1844. M.A. 25 June, 1852. <E.JK. account 
closed Christinas 1857. 

Born 20 May, 1822. Educated at Bruton School. Rector of 
Weston-on-Trent, Derby, 1863. 

John William Knott. Son of John Morgan Knott, Esq. 
Born in Aston Parish, Birmingham, aged 18. Admitted 
(ft. 21 May, 1840. 

Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1841 : resigned when elected 
Lusby >. of Magdalen Hall 1842. Name removed 
16 April, 1842. Second Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 
1844. B.A. 25 May, 1844. Elected ty.Jf. of Brasenose 
15 Nov. 1844. $. 15 Nov. 1845. M.A. 10 Oct. 1846. 
Proctor 1853. 

Vicar of St Saviour's, Leeds, 1851 to 1859. Vicar of East Ham, 
26 May, 1866. Resigned 20 Nov. 1869 on proceeding to India 
as a Missionary. 

George Augustus Alston. Son of John Thomas Alston, 
Esq. Born at Govan near Glasgow, aged 17. Admitted 
(ft. 21 May, 1840. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1840. Second Class, Litt. Hum. 
Easter Term 1844. B.A. 15 May, 1844. M.A. 22 May, 
1847. (tf.pt. account closed Christmas 1851. 

Called to the Bar (Lincoln's Inn) 23 Nov. 1847. 

Henry Abud. Son of William Taylor Abud, Esq. Born 
at Highgate in the parish of Hornsey, aged 18. Ad- 
mitted (ft. 21 May, 1840. 

Fourth Class, Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 1843. B.A. 
26 Jan. 1844. M.A. 22 May, 1850. Or.Jtt. account 
closed (apparently) Midsummer 1874. 

Vicar of Uttoxeter, 1854. 
Author of a Church Hymn Book. 



1840.] WARDEN SYMONS. 399 

Edward Henry Quicke. Son of John Quicke, Esq. Born 
at Old Park, Devizes, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 21 May, 
1840. 

B.A. 9 May, 1844. Name removed 6 June, 1845. 

Vicar of Newton-St-Cyres, Devon, 1847. Rural Dean ; " died 
5 June, 1870." (F.) 

Lewis Balfour Clutterbuck. Son of Lewis Clutterbuck, 
Esq. Born at Newark Park, Ozleworth, Gloucestershire, 
aged 18. Admitted (ft. 21 May, 1840. 

B.A. 2 May, 1844. Name removed 23 Feb. 1850. 

Eector of Doynton, Glouc., 1847 ; " died 23 Jan. 1872." (F.) 

Frederick Godfray. Son of John Godfray, Esq. Born at 
St Lawrence, Jersey, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 21 May, 
1840. 

B.A. 14 Nov. 1844. M.A. 3 June, 1847. D.C.L. 10 May, 
1855. C.JE. account closed apparently Lady Day 1868. 

"Died in Jersey G April, 1868, aged 46, Rev. F. G. of Beau- 
Sejour, for some time Domestic Chaplain to the Earl of 
Limerick." (G. Mag.) 

Charles George Merewether. Son of Rev. Francis 
Merewether, M.A., of St John's College, Cambridge. 
Born at Great Yeldham, Essex, aged 17. Admitted (ft. 
18 June, 1840. 

B.A. 10 May, 1845. (tf.jE. account closed Lady Day 1853. 

Called to the Bar (Inner Temple) 28 Jan. 1848. Re- 
corder of Leicester, 1868. Q.C. Bencher, 1877. " M.P. for 
Northampton, 1874 to 1880 ; died 24 June, 1884." (F.) 

Ayscoghe Floyer. Son of John Gould Floyer, Esq., (and 
brother of Richard Ayscoghe Martin Floyer, (ft. 1839). 
Born at Louth, Lincolnshire, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 
18 June, 1840. 

B.A. 9 May, 1844. M.A. 10 Juno, 1847. <.!%. account 
closed Christinas 1850. 



400 WARDEN SYMONS. [1840. 

Vicar of Marsh Chapel, Line., 1846, where there is a mural 
tablet on the north wall of the Church with the following 
inscription, 

" Ayscoghe Floyer, M.A. of Waclham College, Oxford. Born 
at Ketsby, 26 Nov. 1821. Died at Putney, 24 Aug. 1872 ; 
interred in this Church Yard. Incumbent of this Parish 
for twenty-six years. Patron of this living and Joint-Rector 
with his brother, J. W. Floyer (of Martin near Horncastle, 
who died 22 Sept. 1870). ' Neither will I offer unto the Lord 
my God of that which doth cost me nothing.' " 

William Walsham How. Son of William Wyburg How, 
Esq. Born at College Hill, St Chad's Parish, Shrews- 
bury, aged 16. Admitted <. 19 Nov. 1840. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1842. Warner Exhibitioner 1842, 
1843. Third Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1845. B.A. 
10 May, 1845. MA. 26 May, 1847. Compounded 
13 June, 1865. D.D. (Canterbury) 1879. Created D.D. 
(Oxford) 15 June, 1886. 

Born 13 Dec. 1823. Educated at Shrewsbury. Rector of 
Whittington, Salop, 1851. Rural Dean 1853. Hon. Canon of 
St Asaph and Proctor, 1860. Rector of St Andrew Under- 
shaft, and Suffragan Bishop of Bedford, 1879. Prebendary of 
Brondesbury (St Paul's) 1879. Bishop of Wakefield 1888. 
Author of Plain Words, 4 series ; Plain Words to Children ; 
Pastor in Parochid ; Daily Family Prayer ; Cambridge Pastoral 
Lectures ; and other religious works : also a volume of Poems ; 
also Commentary on the Four Gospels ; and Manual of Holy 
Communion. 

Charles Henry Davis. Son of Charles Frederick Davis, 

Esq. Born at Nailsworth in the parish of Horsley, 

Gloucestershire, aged 17. Admitted (ft. 19 Nov. 1840. 

Fourth Class, Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 1843. B.A. 

30 May, 1844. M.A. 22 April, 1847. 

Born 14 Feb. 1823 : educated at the Cathedral School, Gloucester. 
Chaplain of Stroud Union, Glouc., 1851 to 1875. Rector of 
Littleton Drew, Wilts, 1875. 

Author of The Lectionary as it miyht be, The Prayer Book of the 
Future, and numerous other works. 



1810.] WARDEN SYMONS. 401 

Mervin Herbert Nevil Storey. Son of Anthony Mervin 
Reeve Storey, Esq., M.A., (formerly . 1806 to 1820). 
Born at Bassett Down in the parish of Liddiard Tregoose, 
Wiltshire, aged 17. Admitted .19 Nov. 1840. 

Second Class, Math. Easter Term 1845. B.A. 24 April, 
1845. M.A. (Storey-Maskelyne) 7 June, 1849. Pro- 
fessor of Mineralogy 1856. Honorary Fellow of Wadham 
1873. 

Assumed the additional name of Maskelyne ; of Basset Down 
House, Wilts, J.P., D.L. M.P. for Cricklade 1880 to 1885 ; 
for North Wilts, 1885 to 1892. F.R.S., F.G.S. 
Brother of Edmund M. B. S. M., 1848. 

Felix Palmer. Son of the late Philip Palmer, Esq. Born 
in the parish of St Martin in the Fields, Westminster, 
aged 19. Admitted . 19 Nov. 1840. 

Name removed 30 April, 1841, when he migrated to 
Brasenose as . Admitted 27 April, 1841. B.A. 
14 Nov. 1844. M.A. 2 Dec. 1847. 

In Holy Orders ; " died 24 Jan. 1865." (F.) 

Bernard Edward Watkins. Son of Eobert Watkins, 
Esq. Born at Arundel, aged 17. Admitted .19 Nov. 
1840. 

Fourth Class, Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 1843. B.A. 
10 Oct. 1844. M.A. 5 May, 1870. Name removed 
8 Feb. 1850. Keplaced 5 May, 1870, when he Com- 
pounded. 

Born 30 June, 1822. Rector of Treeton, Yorks, 1846 to 1877. 
Of Lawkland Hall, Clapham, Lancashire. 
Father of Frederick E. W., 1885. 

John William Marsh. Son of the Rev. Edward Garrard 
Marsh, M.A., formerly &. of Wadham, afterwards JF. 
of Oriel College. Born at Hampstead, Middlesex, aged 
19. Admitted .19 Nov. 1840. 

Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1842 to 1845. B.A. 24 April, 
1845. M.A. 11 Dec. 1856. CLJB. account closed 
Midsummer 1857. 

2 c 



402 WARDEN SYMONS. [1840-41. 

Vicar of Bleasby, Notts. 1848 to 1874. Rector of St Michael's 
in the West Soke, Winchester, Oct. 1874 ; died 14 Dec. 1882. 
Author of The Story of Allen Gardiner, E.N., and Narrative of 
the Origin and Progress of the South American Mission. 

James Lewis Walker Venables. Son of the Eev. James 
Venables, M.A. of C. C. C. Born at Buckland Newton, 
Dorsetshire, aged 18. Admitted (.19 Nov. 1840. 

B.A. 14 Nov. 1844. M.A. 25 Nov. 1847. .j&. account 
closed and balance paid to the Chapel Window Fund 
27 July, 1852. 

In Holy Orders ; died 8 Jan. 1852, aged 30 ; late of Buckland 

Newton, Dorset. 

The Anns are Azure, 2 bars Argent, in chief 2 mullets of the 

last ; but they do not appear in the Antechapel. 

Brother of Edmund B. V., 1841. 



1841. 

Edward Paroissien Eddrup. Son of Edward Charles 
Eddrup, Esq. Born in Leadenhall Street in the parish of 
St Catherine Cree, London, aged 17. Admitted <JT. 
27 Jan. 1841. 

Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1841 to 1846. Second Class, 
Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1845. B.A. 10 May, 1845. 
M.A. 26 May, 1847. .fH. account closed Christmas 
1866 : but he subsequently compounded 13 April 1867. 
Select Preacher 1871 to 1873. 

Principal of Salisbury Theological College, and Examining 

Chaplain to the Bishop. Prebendary of Durnford (Saruni) 

1861, and Chancellor. Vicar of Bremhill, 1868. Rural Dean 

1873. 

Author of The Thuqs (S.P.C.K.), Papal Aggression, and other 

Sermons. 

John Goldsmith Orger. Son of the Rev. William Orger, 
M.A. of St Edmund Hall. Born at Tooting, Surrey, 
aged 18. Admitted (tf. 27 Jan. 1841. 

floodridge Exhibitioner 1843. Second Class, Litt. Hum. 



1841.] WARDEN SYMONS. 403 

Michaelmas Term 1844. B.A. 28 Nov. 1844. M.A. 
10 June, 1869. Compounded 24 Dec. 1869. 

Rector of Cranford St Andrew, Northants, 1856 to 1870. 
Chaplain at Dinan, Brittany, 1869. 

Charles Harris. Son of Kichard Eeckover Harris, Esq. 
Born at Walthamstow, Essex, aged 19. Admitted (ft. 
27 Jan. 1841. 

B.A. 14 Nov. 1844. M.A. 26 May, 1847. (fl:.|E. account 
closed Christmas 1853. 

Vicar of St Mary's, Summer's Town, Tooting, 1859 to 1872. 
Chaplain to St Clement Danes Almshouses, Streathaln. 

Edmund Burke Venables. Son of Eev. James Venables, 
M.A. of C. C. C. (and brother of James Lewis Walker 
Venables, <. 1840). Born at Buckland Newton, Dorset- 
shire, aged 18. Admitted OL 27 Jan. 1841. B.A. 
24 April, 1845. 

Name removed 13 Sept. 1852. 

" Assumed the additional name of Whyte ; in Holy Orders ; of 
Eed Hills House, Cavan, J.P." (F.) 

Alfred William Wilson. Son of Eev. William Wilson, 
B.D. (OT. 1810) and brother of William Wilson (<ft. 
1840). Born at Walthamstow, aged 18. Admitted (. 
27 Jan. 1841. 

Name removed 28 Oct. 1842. Migrated to Queens' Coll. 
Camb : where he was admitted jf.tft. 14 Sept. 1842. 
B.A. 1846. M.A. 1849. 

Hector of Sedgebrook, Line., 1851 to 1864. Vicar of Holy 
Trinity, Coventry, 1864 to 1872. Rector of East Farndon, 1872. 

Frederick John Vipan. Son of the late Thomas Vipan, 
Esq. Born in the parish of St Cuthbert, Thett'ord, 
Norfolk, aged 21. Admitted Pensioner of Cains College, 
Cambridge, 24 Feb. 1837. pi. there 9 Nov. 1837. Kept 
Terms by residence in that College from Michaelmas 
Term 1837 to Michaelmas Term 1840. Admitted (Jt. 
here 7 Feb. 1841. |tt. 25 Feb. 



404 WARDEN SYMONS. [1841. 

B.A. 14 Jan. 1843. M.A. 24 Oct. 1844. (ZT.Jtt. account 
closed Christmas 1853. 

Called to the Bar (Middle Temple) 24 Nov. 1845. 

Samuel Thomas Brandram. Son of Eev. Andrew 
Brandram, M.A. of Oriel College. Born at Beckenham, 
Kent, aged 17. Admitted (ft. 5 May, 1841. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1842. Fourth Class, Litt. Hum. 
Easter Term 1845. B.A. 2 May, 1845. CJE. account 
closed Michaelmas 1855. 

Charles Hemsted Murley. Son of Stephen Hemsted 
Muiiey, Esq. Born at 18 Regent Street, Cheltenham, 
aged 18. Admitted (ft. 5 May, 1841. 

Third Class, Litt. Hum. and Fourth Class, Math. Michaelmas 
Term 1845. B.A. 20 Nov. 1845. M.A. 22 Nov. 1849. 
Chaplain of Wadham 1857 to 1867. &.JE. account 
closed Michaelmas 1873. 

Robert Strong. Son of Eev. Eobert Strong, M.A. late (ft. 
(1813). Born at Painswick, Gloucestershire, aged 17. 
Admitted (ft. 5 May, 1841. 

B.A. 6 May, 1847. Name removed 6 May, 1848. 

Vicar of the. Slad, Glouc., 1881 ; Vicar of Sliepscombe, Glouc., 
1883. 

Henry Walcot Simcoe. Son of the Eev. Henry 
Addington Simcoe, M.A. ((ft. 1818). Born in Moseley 
Chapelry, parish of Kings Norton, Worcestershire, aged 
18. Admitted <. 5 May, 1841. B.A. 24 April, 1845. 
Died at Madeira, early in 1848. 

Name removed 16 June, 1848. 
Died 31 Jan. 1848, aged 25. 

Brother of Charles P. S., 1849, Philip F. S., 1853, and Paul 
C. G. S., 1854. 

John Maskery. Son of the late Thomas Maskcry. Born 
at Norbury, Derbyshire, aged 17. Admitted (ft. 25 June, 
1841. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1843, 1844, 1845. Third Class. 



1841.] WARDEN SYMONS. 405 

Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1846. B.A. 30 May, 1846. 
M.A. 30 May, 1855. Compounded Lady Day 1856. 

In Holy Orders. Assistant Master in the Royal Medical 
Benevolent College, Epsom. 

Joseph Henry Bainbrigge. Son of Philip Bainbrigge, 
Esq., Colonel in the Army. Born at Belfast, aged 17. 
Admitted OT. 25 June, 1841. 

B.A. 14 May, 1845. Name removed 22 March, 1851. 

Vicar of St Godwald's, Bromsgrove, 1869. 

Samuel Edmond Lyon. Son of Rev. James Kadcliffe 
Lyon, M.A. of B.N.C. Born at Pulford, Cheshire, aged 
19. Admitted 01. 25 June, 1841. 

B.A. 11 April, 1845. Name removed 12 Sept. 1851. 
Incumbent of Farncombe, Surrey, 1849 to 1859. 

William Joseph Ripley. Son of the late William Ripley, 
Esq., sometime Lieutenant in the 32nd Kegiment. Born 
in Abercrombie Square, Liverpool, aged 17. Admitted 
Or. 25 June, 1841. 

B.A. 22 May, 1845. M.A. 3 May, 1848. Name removed 
and balance paid to the Chapel Window Fund 16 March, 
1849. 

Educated at Rugby School ; died at Warrington, aged 24, 
15 July, 1848. 

Henry Walford. Son of Kev. William Walford, M.A. of 
Oriel College. Born at Hatfield Peveril, Essex, aged 17. 
Admitted 01. 29 June, 1841. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1841. Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 
1842 to 1843. Second Class, Litt. Hum. Michaelmas 
Term 1846. B.A. 3 Dec. 1846. M.A. 30 June, 1848. 
Vice Principal, St Edmund Hall 1852 to 1854. Select 
Preacher 1865, 1866. Compounded 20 Dec. 1869. 

Assistant Master, King's School, Durham, 1847 to 1852. Vice- 
Principal of St Columba's College, Dublin, 1855 to 185G. 
Head Master at St Nicholas College, Lancing, 1857 t> 1859. 



406 WARDEN SYMONS. [1841. 

Assistant Master at Haileybury, 1860 to 1883. Rector of 
Ewelme, Oxon, 1884. Resigned 1889 ; died 25 Dec. 1893, 
aged 69. 

Richard Calthorpe Whitmore Ryder. Son of the late 
Hon. and Eight Eev. Henry Dudley, Bishop of Lichfield 
and Coventry. Born at Wells, aged 19. JK. as (ft. of 
Oriel College, 13 June, 1840. Withdrew his name from 
the books of Oriel College at Michaelmas 1841. Ad- 
mitted at. of Wadham, 15 Oct. 1841. Elected &. 
30 June, 1841. Elected |).J^. 30 June, 1849. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1841, 1842, 1843. Maddox Exhi- 
bitioner 1843, 1844. Third Class, Litt. Hum. Michael- 
mas Term 1844. B.A. 28 Nov. 1844. M.A. G July, 
1850. (JT.JE. restored 30 June, 1849. 

Called to the Bar (Inner Temple) 5 May, 1848. 
Uncle of H. Dudley R., 1851. 

Samuel Joseph Hulme. Son of the late Mr Eobert 
Hulme. Born in the parish of St Peter's, Cornhill, 
London, aged 17. Admitted <. 15 Oct. 1841. Elected 
Sj. 30 June, 1841. Elected ^J.Jf. (Founder's Kin) 
30 June, 1848. 

Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1843 to 1847. Goodridge 
Exhibitioner 1845, 1846. Second Class, Litt. Hum. 
Michaelmas Term 1845. B.A. 4 Dec. 1845. M.A. 
19 Oct. 1848. Tutor 1850 and again 1865 to 1867. 
Eesigned ,-fF. 1852. Classical Moderator 1858 to 1859. 
Select Preacher 1867 to 1869. Chaplain of Wadham 1867 
to 1872. Eector of St Martin's, Carfax, 1863 to 1872. 
Oxford City Lecturer 1870 to 1872. Eector of Bourton, 
on the Water, Glouc., 1872 to 1884. Compounded 13 Dec. 
1872. 

Born 17 Sept. 1824. Educated at Charterhouse. Vice-Master 
of Leamington College, 1851 to 1855 ; died 12 Dec. L88G. 
Author of numerous Sermons. 
Donor of Plate to the College. 

Hon. Gerald Normanby Dillon. Son of the late Plight 
Hon. Augustus Viscount Dillon. Born at Florence, aged 
17. Admitted <#. 21 Oct. 1841. 



1841-42.] WARDEN SYMONS. 407 

Name removed 4 Feb. 1843. 

Born 21 Nov. 1823. Assumed the name of Fitzgibbon 8 Nov. 
1873, having married the daughter and co-heiress of the Earl of 
Clare. " Assistant Secretary, India Office." (F.) Died 1880. 

David Thomas Gladstone. Son of Mr David Gladstone. 
Born at Liverpool in the parish of Walton-on-the-hill, 
aged 18. Admitted <. 21 Oct. 1841. 

Second Class, Math. Michaelmas Term 1845. B.A. 

13 Nov. 1845. M.A. 7 July, 1849. Compounded 

14 May, 1857. 

Born 15 June, 1823. Educated at the Royal Institution, Liver- 
pool. Rector of Loddington, Northants, 1865 to 1875. Vicar 
of Rye, Sussex, 1875. 

Edward Shepherd Croft. Son of the late John Thomas 
Croft, Esq. Born at Brislington, Somerset, aged 18. 
Admitted (ft. 21 Oct. 1841. 

Name removed 15 Oct. 1845. B.A. (New Inn Hall) 

15 April, 1848. 

Narbrough Hughes-D'Aeth. Son of George William 
Hughes-D'Aeth, Esq., Captain, RN. Born at Knowlton, 
Kent, aged 19. Admitted <. 21 Oct. 1841. 

Fourth Class, Math. Easter Term 1845. B.A. 5 June, 
1845. M.A. 10 May, 1849. (JLjft. account closed 
Michaelmas 1855. 

Of Knowlton Court, Kent, J.P., D.L. 
Brother of Charles J. H. D., 1845. 



1842. 

William Francis Gray. Son of the late Eev. William 
Gray, M.A., of Pembroke College, Oxford. Born at 
Llanarth, Monmouthshire, aged 18. Admitted (*T. 
19 Jan. 18-12. 

Third Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 184G. B.A. :50 May, 



408 WARDEN SYMONS. [1842. 

1846. M.A. 30 June, 1848. .j&. account closed Mid- 
summer 1855. 

Vicar of Cornwood, Devon, 1852 to 1862. Rector of Farringdon, 
Devon, 1862 ; resigned 1886. He is buried at East Budleigli, 
Devon, where on a cross is this inscription, 
W. F. G., priest, fell asleep June 9, 1887, aged 63. " Them 
also which sleep in Jesus will God bring with him " : and there 
is a Lych gate at Furringdon " Erected to the honour of God and 
in memory of W. F. G., Rector of this parish from 1862 to 
1886. Mors Janua Vitcc." 

James Alexander Guthrie. Son of David Charles 
Guthrie, Esq. Born at Craigie, near Dundee, aged 18. 
Admitted OL 19 Jan. 1842. 

Fourth Class, Math. Michaelmas Term, 1845. B.A. 
13 Nov. 1845. M.A. 17 Dec. 1852. Compounded 
Christmas 1866. 

Born 8 Sept. 1823. Educated at Merchant Taylor's School. 
Governor of the Bank of England. Of Craigie, near Dundee, 
D.L. ; died 17 Jan. 1872. 

Charles Hansard Keene. Son of William Charles Lever 
Keene, Esq. Born in the parish of St Giles-in-the-fields, 
London, baptised at Brighton, aged 17. Admitted 0*. 
19 Jan. 1842. 

Name removed 7 Dec. 1842. 

Called to the Bar (Lincoln's Inn) 28 June 1848. Registrar of 
the Court of Bankruptcy, London. 

Adolphus Frederick Carey. Son of Thomas Carey, Esq. 
Born at St Peter's Port, Guernsey, aged 18. Admitted 
L 19 Jan. 1842. 

B.A. 20 Nov. 1845. M.A. 19 Oct. 1848. (H.Jft. account 
closed Christmas 1853. 

Vicar of Brixham, Devon, 1861. 

John Arthur Prout. Son of the Rev. John Prout. Born 
at Eainham, Kent, aged 17. Admitted (. 10 March, 
1842. Admitted Clerk the. same day. 



1842.] WARDEN SYMONS. 409 

Gerard Exhibitioner 1842 to 1845. Pigott and Goodridge 
Exhibitioner 1843 to 1846. Name removed 29 July, 
1847. 

Arthur Augustus Lea. Son of the late John Lea, Esq., 
nephew of the Eev. George Lea, M.A., late <&. Born at 
Kidderminster, aged 16. Admitted <. 13 April, 1842. 

Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1843 to 1847. Second Class, 
Litt. Hum. and Math. Michaelmas Term 1847. B.A. 

25 Nov. 1847. Name removed 19 Oct. 1848. 

Killed in an accident on the G.W.R., " 13 May, 1848." (F.) 
Brother of John Walter L., 1845. 

Thomas Master-man. Son of John Masterman, Esq., 
M.P. for the city of London. Born at Walthamstow, 
Essex, aged 17. Admitted (ft. 13 April, 1842. 

Third Class, Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 1846. B.A. 

26 Nov. 1846. M.A. 25 Oct. 1849. <.j&. account 
closed Michaelmas 1856. 

He was brother of Lydia, the wife of Warden Symons ; in 
Holy Orders ; died at Torquay, 22 Sept. 1856, aged 32. 

Robert Wynne. Son of William Wynne, Esq. Born at 
Camber-well, aged 18. Admitted OL 13 April, 1842. 

B.A. 29 Jan. 1846. M.A. 19 Oct. 1848. CJE. account 
closed Midsummer 1855. 

Incumbent of Corhampton, Hants, 1856 to 1865. Vicar of 

Scalford, Leic., 1865, where he is buried, with this inscription 

on his tombstone, 

" Here rest the mortal remains of Robert Wynne, M.A., 

who died 27 Dec. 1881, aged 58 years, having been Vicar of 

this parish sixteen years." 

Author of The Doom of Ahab. 

James Wright Tomkin. Son of Thomas Tomkin, Esq. 
Born at Witham, Essex, aged 18. Admitted <K. 13 April, 
1842. 

B.A. 19 Feb. 1846. M.A. 6 Dec. 1849. Name removed 
26 Oct. 1850. 



410 WARDEN SYMONS. [1842. 

Educated at Merchant Taylor's School. 

Incumbent of Lindsey, Suffolk, 1851 to 1865. Rector of 

Raydon, Suffolk, 1865 ; died 28 Oct. 1889. 

Arthur Dendy. Son of Charles Cook Dendy, Esq. Born 
in the Sub-deanery, Chichester, aged 17. Admitted (!T. 
13 April, 1842. B.A. 14 May, 1846. M.A. 1851. 

B.D. 7 June, and D.D. 14 June, 1860. Name removed 
13 Oct. 1870. 

Honorary Canon, Precentor and Sub-Dean of St Peter's Cathe- 
dral, Adelaide, 1882. Warden of St Barnabas Coll., Adelaide, 
1882 to 1889. Incumbent of St Cuthbert, Prospect, South 
Australia, 1889 ; died 1890. 

William John Springett. Son of Richard Springett, 
Esq. Born at Goudhurst, Kent, aged 18. Admitted (JT. 
13 April, 1842. 

B.A. 19 Feb. 1846. M.A. 23 Nov. 1848. Name removed 
Michaelmas 1854. 

Vicar of Dunkirk, Kent, 1854. 

Benjamin John Gibbons. Son of John Gibbons, Esq. 
Born in St Thomas Parish, Birmingham, aged 18. 
Admitted OT. 13 April, 1842. 

B.A. 14 Nov. 1846. M.A. 14 Nov. 1850. Compounded 
1863. 

Educated at Eton. 

Vicar of Mitton, Worcestershire, 1861. He presented to the 
College Chapel Greek Testaments (" Deo Dante dcdi ") and Bibles 
(1892). Donor of Plate to the College. 

Philip Thomas Gardner. Son of the late Philip Thomas 
Gardner, Esq. Born at Hilton, near Cambridge, aged 19. 
Admitted (ft. 28 April, 1842. 

Name removed 7 March, 1846. 

Of Conington Hall, Camh., and Brynadda, Merioneth ; died 
1868. 



1842.] WARDEN SYMONS. 411 

Arthur Denne Hilton. Son of the Eev. John Hilton, 
M.A. of University College. Born at Sarre, Isle of 
Thanet, aged 17. Admitted (ft. 26 May, 1842. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1845. B.A. 22 April, 1846. M.A. 
1 Feb. 1849. Compounded 13 March, 1861. 

Born 11 Aug. 1824. Educated at Charterhouse. Vicar of 
St Johns, Hillingdon, Uxbridge, 1851. Author of Aid to 
Parochial Visiting, &c. 

Richard Samuel Oldham. Son of William Oldham, 
Esq. Born in the parish of St George the Martyr, 
Southwark, aged 19. Admitted (ft. 26 May, 1842. 

Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1842 to 1846. B.A. 25 June 
1846. M.A. 1 Feb. 1849. Kennicott Scholar 1847. 
Name removed 9 April, 1851. 

Incumbent of St Mary, Glasgow, 1851. Dean of Glasgow, 
1877 to 1878. Rector of Little Chart, Kent, 1881. 

Thomas Gascoigne Welch. Son of the Kev. Thomas 
Coleman Welch, B.A., formerly (ft. (1814). Born at 
Pattishall, Northamptonshire, aged 19. Admitted (ft. 
19 Oct. 1842. 

Fourth Class, Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 1847. B.A. 
25 Nov. 1847. Name removed 3 March, 1851. 

William Waddington. Son of Charles Waddington, Esq. 
a Major in the H.E.I.C. Engineers. Born at Colaba, in 
the Bombay Presidency, aged 19. Admitted (ft. 19 Oct. 
1842. 

Name removed 7 Nov. 1844. 

William Milton Haigh. Son of the late William Haigh, 
Esq. Born at Carnew, County Wicklow, aged 18. 
Admitted OT. 19 Oct. 1842. 
Name removed 5 April, 1848. 

Richard James Hayne. Son of Eev. Eichard Hayne, 
B.A., of Peterhouse, Cambridge. Born in St Heliers, 
Jersey, aged 17. Admitted <. 19 Oct. 1842. 



412 WARDEN SYMONS. [1842-43. 

Name removed 23 April, 1843. B.A. (Exeter) 12 Nov. 
1846. M.A. , 1851. 

Educated at Eton. 

Vicar of Buckland Monachorum, Devon, 1855. Chaplain to 

the Bishop of Exeter, 1888. Prebendary of Exeter, 1889. 

John Blake Honnywill. Son of the late Richard 
Honnywill, Esq. Born at Clifton, near Bristol, aged 17. 
Admitted (ft. 19 Oct. 1842. 

Name removed 22 Jan. 1844. 

Richard George Coles. Son of the Rev. John Coles, 
M.A., of University College. Born at Buriton, Hants, 
aged 18. Admitted OL 19 Oct. 1842. 

Name removed 22 Jan. 1844. 

He entered the army, receiving his first commission 3 May, 
1844, in the 1st (Royal Scots) ; served in the Crimea at Alma, 
Inkermann, and Sebastopol. 
Colonel, 9 Feb. 1872. 

William Ball Drewe. Son of Joseph Drewe, Esq. Born 
at Keynsham, near Bristol, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 
19 Oct. 1842. 

Name removed 23 Oct. 1843. B.A. (St Mary Hall) 3 June, 
1846. M.A. , 1852. 

Vicar of Longstock, Hants, 1849. 



1843. 

Henry George Keene. Son of Eev. Henry George 
Keene, M.A., of Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge. 
Born at Haileybury College, in the parish of Amwell, 
near Hertford, aged 17. Admitted OL 26 Jan. 1843. 
Bengal Civil Service 1847 to 1882. Superintendent of 
Debea Dow during revolt of 1857. (See Williams 
History of Indian Mutiny, vol. 3.) District and Sessions 
Judge in N.-W. Provinces, 1867 to 1882. Fellow of 
Calcutta University. Companion of the Indian Em- 



1843.] WARDEN SYMONS. 413 



peror, 1882. Author of History of Hindostan (1885). 
He-admitted OT. March, 1886. 

Founder's kin. Name removed 22 Jan. 1844, on receiving 
a nomination to Haileybury College. Created M.A. 
15 June, 1887. 

Born 16 May, 1825. Educated at Rugby. 
Author of Madhava Eao Sindhia (1892), &c. 

Thomas Stainton. Son of John Stainton, Esq., and 
brother of Nathaniel and John Stainton (1832 and 
1838). Born at Claremont Terrace, Pentonville, Clerken- 
well, aged 17. Admitted 01. 26 Jan. 1843. 

B.A. 29 Oct. 1846. CJtt. account closed Midsummer 
1856. 

Maze William Gregory. Son of the Eev. Thomas 
Gregory, B.A., of St John's College, Cambridge. Born 
at Upper Clapton, Hackney, Middlesex, aged 17. Ad- 
mitted 01. 26 Jan. 1843. 

Fourth Class, Math. Easter Term 1846. B.A. 29 Oct. 
1846. M.A. 30 May, 1849. OT.JE. account closed 
Christmas 1856. 

Vicar of Roado, Northants, 1853 to 1866, of Wisborough 186G 
to 1868, of Great Doddington 1868 to 1879. Honorary Chap- 
lain to Midland Counties Home for Incurables 1880. 

John Smith. Aged 17. Admitted OT. 26 Jan. 1843. 

" Only son of S., gen. (M.)." Name removed 

22 Jan. 1844. 

Thomas Comyns Parker. Son of Charles George 
Parker, Esq. Born at Springfield, near Chelmsford, 
aged 20. Admitted <tf. 26 Jan. 1843. 

B.A. 29 April, 1847. &.JE. account closed Midsummer 
1855. 

" Called to the Bar (Inner Temple) 1853 ; died 31 Aug. 
1860." (F.) 

Edward Walter Fox. Son of the Eev. Thomas Fox 
(1797), M.A., formerly ,-Jf. and brother of the liev. 



414 WARDEN SYMONS. [1843. 

Thomas Fox, B.A. (OL 1836.) Born at Fovant, near 
Salisbury, aged 18. Admitted <. 26 Jan. 1843. 

B.A. 29 April 1847. Name removed 4 July 1850. 

Chaplain, R.N., 1851 ; served during the Crimean War ; 
retired 1867. Rector of Askerswell, Dorset, 1867. 

Edward Hill. Son of Henry Hill, Esq. Born at St 
Petersburg, aged 18. Admitted <. 26 Jan. 1843. 

Third Class, Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 1846. B.A. 

3 Dec. 1846. M.A. , 1851. e.JE. account closed 

Lady Day 1857. 

Rector of Great Woolstone, Bucks., 1853, where on a white 

marble cross is the following epitaph, 

Edward Hill, 

M.A., Oxon, 

28 years Rector of this Parish. 

Died Oct. 2, 1878, aged 54. 
And now, Lord, what is my hope 1 
Truly my hope is even in Thee, 
and on the base of the reverse side, 

This Monument was placed in respectful and affectionate 
memory of their late Rector by the parishioners and a few 
friends. Easter 1879. 

James Jago. Son of John Jago, Esq. Born at Budock, 
near Falmouth, aged 27. Admitted Pensioner of St 
John's College, Cambridge, in Easter Term 1835. B.A. 
Jan. 1839, Lent Term. Admitted (ft. of VVadham 
College, 16 Feb. 1843. Matriculated and incorporated 
the same day. 

32nd Wrangler 1839. B.M. 22 June, 1843. D.M. 
10 June, 1859. Name finally removed 22 July, 1859. 

F.R.S. President, Royal Inst., Cornwall ; practising at Truro. 
Author of many Medical Treatises. 

Walter Congreve. Fourth son of Thomas Congreve, Esq., 
and brother of Eichard Congreve, 1837. Born at 
Leamington, Hastings, Warwickshire, aged 18. Ad- 
mitted (. 10 March, 1843. 



1843.] WARDEN SYMONS. 415 

B.A. 23 Nov. 1848. M.A. 24 Jan. 1850. OLJtt. account 
closed Christmas 1859. 

Born 27 July, 1824. Educated at Rugby. 
H.B.M. Vice-Consul at San Remo. 

Alfred Povah. Second son of John Povah, Egq. Born at 
Homerton, Hackney, aged 19. Admitted (JT. 26 March, 
1843. Admitted Clerk the same day. 

Pigott and Goodridge Exhibitioner 1843 to 1846. Gerard 
Exhibitioner 1846. Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1843 
to 1847. Second Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1847. 
B.A. 22 Nov. 1847. M.A. 30 May, 1849. Compounded 
Michaelmas Term 1866. 

Born 27 Feb. 1824 Educated at Islington Proprietary School, 
and King's College, London. Headmaster of St Saviours 
Grammar School, Southwark, 1850 to 1858. Under-master of 
Dulwich College 1858 to 1860. Rector of St Olave's, Hart 
St., 1860. President of Sion College 1884. Rural Dean of 
East City 1885. 

Arthur Frederick Forde. Second son of the late Arthur 
Nicholas Ford, Esq., of the H.E.I.C.'s Civil Service. 
Born at Moorahdabad, Bengal, aged 18. Admitted (*T. 
3 May, 1843. 

B.A. 25 Feb. 1847. Name removed 9 June, 1848. 

Vicar of Twigworth, Glouc., 1857 to 1874, of Wellesbourne 
1874 to 1877, of St Peter, Eltham, Kent, 1876 to 1886 ; "died 
at Sandgate 11 Aug. 1887." (F.) 

James John Hooper. Eldest son of Rev. James Hooper, 
M.A., of Oriel College, arid nephew of the Eev. Henry 
Brown Newman, late JF. (1825 to 1838). Born at Hors- 
ington, near Wincanton, aged 19. Admitted <. 3 May, 
1843. 

Second Class, Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 1846. B.A. 
28 Jan. 1847. Name removed 19 June, 1848. Jf. 
of Oriel 1848 to 1874. M.A. 25 Oct. 1849. 

Born 7 Nov. 1823. Educated at Sherborne. 

Called to the Bar (Inner Temple) 1852. Recorder of South 



416 WARDEN SYMONS. [1843. 

Molton, 1877 to 1884. Judge of the Comity Court (Leicester- 
shire) 1883. 
Brother of William H., 1850. 

Augustus Orlebar. Sixth son of the late Eobert Charles 
Orlebar, Esq. Born at Harborne Crawley, near Woburn, 
Bedfordshire, aged 18. Admitted <. 3 May, 1843. 

Fourth Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1847. B.A. 22 Nov. 
1847. M.A. 13 June, 1850. Name removed 9 Dec. 
1850. 

Born 14 June, 1824. Educated at Rugby. 

Rector of Farndish Beds. 1852 to 1858. Vicar of Willington, 

Beds., 1858. Rural Dean of Haynes. 

William Henry Harrold. Only son of the late Mr 
William Harrold. ' Born at Utterby, Licolnshire, aged 17. 
Admitted (ft. 15 June, 1843. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1844. Third Class, Litt. Hum. 
Michaelmas Term 1847. B.A. 2 Dec. 1847. dT.JE. 
account closed Midsummer 1861. 

Of Utterby House, Line. "Called to the Bar (Inner Temple) 
1853 ; died 10 Aug. 1867." (F.) 

Edward Finder. Second son of William Maynard Finder, 
Esq., M.A., of Pembroke College, Cambridge. Born at 
Brighton, aged 17. Admitted (ft. 15 June, 1843. 

Third Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1847. B.A. 22 May, 
1847. M.A. 10 May, 1850. CT.JE. account closed Mid- 
summer 1856. 

In Holy Orders. 

" Died 2 Oct. 1859, aged 84 (misprint for 34), at Brookfield, 

Bath." (G. May.) 

William Fiennes Wickham. Eldest son of William 

John Wickham, Esq. Born at Winchester, aged 17. 
Admitted <. 15 June, 1843. 



1843.] WARDEN SYMONS. 417 

Name removed 22 Oct. 1844. Elected Demy of Magdalen 
1844. 

Born 3 Oct. 1825. Killed by a fall from his horse near 
Winchester, 14 Jan. 1845. (Bloxam, vii., 376.) 

Thomas William Hartshorne. Eldest son of Mr 
Robert James Hartshorne. Born at Ashbourne, Derby- 
shire, aged 17. Admitted (ft. 15 June, 1843. 

Eourth Class, Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 1846. B.A. 

22 June, 1847. M.A. , 1851. <2Lja. account closed 

Christmas 1853. 

"Died 4 Aug. 1857 in London, Rev. T. W. H., of King's 
Norton Vicarage, Leicestershire." (G. Mag.) 

William Henry Stowe. Eldest son of William Stowe, 
Esq. Born at Buckingham, aged 18. Admitted (fl*. 
15 June, 1843. 

Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1845 to 1850. First Class, 
Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1848. B.A. 10 June, 1848. 
Name removed 28 April, 1852. Jf. of Oriel, March 
1852. M.A. 14 May, 1853. 

Born 1 Jan. 1825. Educated at Rugby, &c. Entered at 
Lincoln's Inn. Went to the Crimea as almoner of The Times 
Fund, and after taking part in the war correspondence from 
the Crimea, died at Balaclava 22 June, 1855. He has a 
cenotaph in Oriel Chapel, with the following inscription, 

Sacred to the Memory 
of William Henry Stowe, Fellow of this College, 

who left its walls in February 1855, 

that he might distribute the bounty of his countrymen 

in ministering to the wants of the army in the Crimea, 

and died at Balaclava on the 20th of June in the same year. 

Aged 30 years. 

A few of his friends have erected this monument to the memory 
of one whose brief life was spent in useful and honourable 
exertion, and whose death is associated with events of deep 
interest in the history of his country. 
Brother of Alfred S., 1853. 

2 D 



418 WARDEN SYMONS. [1843. 

Thomas Collins. Second son of the Eev. Thomas Collins, 
B.D., of Magdalen College. Born at Barningham, York- 
shire, aged 17. Admitted (ft. 15 June, 1843. 

B.A. 3 June, 1847. M.A. 12 June, 1856. Name removed 
17 March, 1870. 

Educated at Charterhouse. 

Called to the Bar (Inner Temple) 1849. M.P. for Knares- 

borough 1851 and 1857, for Boston 1868, for Knaresborough 

1881. 

" Died 26 Nov. 1884." (F.) 

Walter William Walter. Eldest son of William Walter, 
Esq. Born at Wilhayne, in the parish of Combe St 
Nicholas, near Chard, aged 19. Admitted (ft. 15 June, 
1843. 

B.A. 22 May, 1847. M.A. 13 June, 1850. CT.p. account 
closed Midsummer 1860. 

Philip Valpy Mourant Filleul. Eldest son of the Kev. 
Philip Filleul, M.A., of Pembroke College, Oxford. Born 
at St Aubyn's, Jersey, aged 18. Admitted (JT. 15 June, 

1843. 

Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1845 to 1847. B.A. 22 April, 
1847. M.A. 14 May, 1853. Chaplain 1850 to 1853. 
(JT.JE. account closed Midsummer 1860. 

Warden of Christ's Coll., Tasmania, 1853 to 1858. Rector of 
Biddisham, Somerset, 1858. 
Author of works on Bee-Keeping. 

Charles Douglas Ross. Second son of Major-General Sir 
Patrick Ross, G.C.M.G. and K.C.H. Born at Valetta in 
Malta, aged 17. Admitted <L 1 July, 1843. Elected 
S>. as of the Founder's Kin 30 June, 1843. Elected 
3U.JF. 30 June, 1848. 

Maddox Exhibitioner 1844, 1845. Goodridge Exhibitioner 
1845, 1846. First Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1847. 

B.A. 22 May, 1847. M.A. , 1853. Elected Bursar 

1851, 1852 (Cooper, deputy), 1853 (Shirley, deputy), 
1868 (Thorley, deputy); Deputy Librarian 1851 to 1853, 
and 1855, 1856; Librarian 1854; Dean 1855 to 1867. 



1843.] WARDEN SYMONS. 418 

Humanity Lecturer (ad hoc) 26 March, 1868. Died in 
College 16 Aug. 1882, when he bequeathed 100 to the 
College to buy plate. His mother was Amelia, daughter 
of William Sidenham, Auditor General of Fort St George, 
sixth in descent from Kichard S. of Chilworthy and 
Clarendon Park, who married Elizabeth Hall. (Pedigree 
in the College archives.) 

" A man of extraordinary ability ; liis knowledge on all sub- 
jects (except Natural Science) was remarkable. His brilliant 
powers of conversation during the best years of his life showed 
that there was no point in History, Antiquities, or Literature, 
even the most uncommon, with which he was not familiar. 
But his special gift was for Languages, with which his 
acquaintance, even to obscure dialects, was extraordinarily wide ; 
yet, through lack of patience and concentration, he left no 
written results of his accumulated stores of learning. It was 
well said of him that ' he had a narrow escape of being a great 
man.' " 

Henry Weare Blandford. Eldest son of Henry Weare 
Blandford, Esq. Born at Weston Bampfylde, Somerset, 
aged 18. Admitted (ft. 18 Oct. 1843. Elected . 
80 June, 1844. Elected $.Jf. 1851. M.A. 3 Eeb. 1854. 
Vacated JF. by marriage 15 Oct. 1861. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1844, 1846, 1847. Maddox Ex- 
hibitioner 1845. Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1847 to 
1848. Third Class, Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 1847. 
B.A. 25 Nov. 1847. Elected Librarian 1858, 1859 
(l)alby, deputy). Rector of Fryerning 4 June, 1861 : it 
is noted as vacant 27 Oct. 1869. Compounded Michael- 
mas Term 1866. 

Born 28 Sept. 1825. Educated at the King's School, Bruton ; 
"died 22 Aug. 1869." (F.) 

John Macnaught. Only son of John Macnaught, Esq., 
M.D., of Edinburgh. Born in the parish of Clarendon, 
Jamaica, aged 17. Admitted (.18 Oct. 1843. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1846. Fourth Class, Litt. Hum. 
Michaelmas Term 1847. B.A. 25 Nov. 1847. M.A. 
29 Jan. 1852. Compounded 1 Feb. 1881. 



420 WARDEN SYMONS. [1843-44. 

Vicar of St Chrysostom, Liverpool, 1853 to 1861. Minister of 
Laura Chapel, Bath, 1867 to 1871 ; of Holy Trinity, Conduit 
St., 1871 to 1875. Vicar of St Mary's, Fulham, 1881 to 1886. 
Rector of Covenham St Bartholomew, Line., 1886 ; died 
1890. 

Charles Lionel Eagles. Third son of the Kev. John 
Eagles, M.A., JfM. (1808). Born at Halburton, Devon- 
shire, aged 18. Admitted OL 18 Oct. 1843. 

Somerscales Exhibitioner 1844. Hody (Hebrew) Ex- 
hibitioner 1844 to 1847. Name removed 12 Eeb. 1848. 
B.A. (New Inn Hall) 1 Dec. 1848. 

Vicar of Crasswall, Heref., 1851. J.P. ; died 18 Sept. 1885. 
Father of Charles F. E., 1870. 

William David Jones Bridgman. Seventh son of the 
late Mr John Bridgman. Born in the parish of St 
Marylebone, London, aged 32. Matriculated Pensioner 
of C. C. C., Cambridge, Oct. 1828. Migrated as Pensioner 
to St Peter's College in Easter Term 1830. B.A. in Lent 
Term 1832. M.A. in Michaelmas Term 1835. Admitted 
OL of Wadham 26 Oct. 1843. Matriculated and in- 
corporated the same day, having obtained leave to 
commute the degree of M.A. for B.C.L. ; he proceeded to 
D.C.L. the same term 16 Nov. 1843. 

Senior Optime 1832. (H.JE. account closed Christmas 1866. 



1844. 

Charles Wickham. Third son of James Wickham, Esq. 
Born at Sutton Scotney, in the parish of Wonston, 
Hampshire, aged 19. Admitted (. 31 Jan. 1844. 

B.A. 21 Nov. 1847. M.A. , 1851. dT.Jfc. account 

closed Midsummer 1856. 

Rector of St Lawrence, Winchester, 1868 to 1870. Rector of 
Compton, Hants, 1871. 

Peter William French. Second son of the Eev. Peter 
French, M.A., of Queen's College, Oxford. Born in the 



1844.] WARDEN SYMONS. 421 

district parish of the Holy Trinity, Burton-on-Trent, 
aged 17. Admitted OT. 31 Jan. 1844. 

Name removed 26 Oct. 1844. 

Henry John James Cockeram. Eldest son of Thomas 
Cockeram, Esq. Bom at Cerne Abbas, Dorsetshire, 
aged 19. Admitted 4L 31 Jan. 1844. 

Robert Charge Boyer. Seventh son of the late Rev. John 
William Eobert Boyer, M.A., of Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge. Born at Quornden, Leicestershire, aged 17. 
Admitted <. 31 Jan. 1844. 

Name removed 15 June, 1847. Robert George B., B.A. 
(New Inn Hall) 11 Nov. 1847. 

Isaac Sadler Gale. Only son of the late Isaac Sadler 
Gale, Esq. Born in Walcot Parish, Bath, aged 17. 
Admitted (.26 April, 1844. 

Third Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1848. B.A. 10 June, 
1848. M.A. , 1851. (JT.JE. account closed Mid- 
summer 1858. 

Rector of St Jolm Baptist, Bristol, 1855 to 1871. Vicar of 
Kingston, Som., 1871. Vicar of (Jleeve, Som., 1886. 

John Simeon Barrow. Seventh son of Simeon Barrow, 
Esq. Born in Walcot Parish, Bath, aged 18. Admitted 
<. 26 April, 1844. 

Fourth Class, Litt, Hum. Easter Term 1848. B.A. 10 June, 
1848. M.A. 11 July, 1857. OT.JE. account closed Lady 
Day 1869. 

Born 19 Dec. 1825. Educated at Bruton School. Vicar of 
Rogate, Hants, 1867. Rural Dean of Midliurst. Prebendary 
of Gates (Chicliester), 1888. 

John Haigh Scott. Only son of the late John Scott, Esq. 
Born at Rawmarsh near Rotheram, Yorkshire, aged 18 
Admitted <. 26 April, 1844. 



421 WARDEN SYMONS. [1844. 

B.A. (New Inn Hall) 10 May, 1849. M.A. (Wadham) , 

1851. (.JE. account finally closed Midsummer 1866. 

Vicar of Frosterly, Durham, 1866 to 1873. Vicar of Whiston, 
Lane., 1873. 

Thomas John Davis. Only son of Thomas Davis, Esq., 
M.A. (late 4L 1807). Born at East Acton, Middlesex, 
aged 18. Admitted 01". 26 April, 1844. 

Name removed 25 March, 1846. 

William Rotton. Third son of John Botton, Esq. Born 
in Little Thomas Street, Bath, aged 17. Admitted (&. 
27 June, 1844. 

Third Class, Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 1848. B.A. 
1 Dec. 1848. Name removed 23 Aug. 1850. 

Called to the Bar (Inner Temple) 1853 ; "died 9 June, 1865." 
(F.) 

Lewis Henry Coyle. Second (but only surviving) son of 
the Rev. Myles Coyle, M.A., of Worcester College. Born 
at Monnington, Herefordshire, aged 17. Admitted (H". 
27 June, 1844. 

B.A. 10 June, 1848. M.A. - , 1853. Name removed 
Midsummer 1862. 

Educated at Charterhoiise. 

Alexander Heriot Mackonochie. Third son of the late 
George Mackonochie, Esq., a Colonel in H.E.I.C.'s Service. 
Born at Fareham, Hants, aged 18. Admitted (fl*. 
27 June, 1844. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1847. Second Class, Litt. Hum. 

Easter Term 1848. B.A. 10 June, 1848. M.A. , 

1851. Compounded 11 Eeb. 1873. 

Vicar of St Alban's, Holborn, 1862 to 1882 ; of St Peter's, 
London Docks, 1882 ; died 17 Dec. 1887. 

William Deane Day. Eldest son of the Eev. Samuel 
Emery Day, M.A., of St Edmund Hall. Born in St 



1844.] WARDEN SYMONS. 423 

Philip's Parish, Bristol, aged 17. Admitted (ft. 27 June, 
1844. 

B.A. 10 June, 1848. Name removed 1 Dec. 1851. 

Robert Leach Bartlett. Third son of the late Rev. 
Thomas Oldfield Bartlett. Born at Swanage, Dorsetshire, 
aged 17. Admitted (ft. 27 June, 1844. 

B.A. 10 May, 1848. Name removed 2 Nov. 1853. 

Born 18 Aug. 1826. Educated privately at Charminster 
Rectory by W. B. Leach (1819), Rector of Thurloxton, 
Somerset, 1859. 

Andrew Le Brocq. Eldest son of Andrew Le Brocq, Esq. 
Born at St Owen's, Jersey, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 
27 June, 1844. 

Name removed April 1845. B.A. (Pembroke) 10 May, 
1849. M.A. 20 May, 1857. 

Henry Hodgson. Eldest son of Henry Hodgson, Esq. 
Born at Kinfare near Stourbridge, aged 18. Admitted 
Or. 16 Oct. 1844. 

Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1846 to 1849. B.A. 14 June, 
1848. Name removed 16 Nov. 1850. 

Died in California, circa 1858. 
Brother of John H., 1847. 

Osmond Carey. Third son of John Carey, Esq. (brother of 
the Rev. Carteret Priaulx Carey, M.A., (ft. 1836), and 
cousin of Adolphus Frederick Carey, (ft. 1842. Born 
at St Peter Port, Guernsey, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 
16 Oct. 1844. 

B.A. 30 May, 1849. Name removed 15 Oct. 1850. 

Born 7 March 1826. Educated at Elizabeth College, Guernsey. 

Vicar of St Matthew's, Guernsey, 1862 to 1875. Rector of 

St Marie du Catel, 1875 to 1880. 

In the Castel Church there is a Font thus inscribed, 

" To the Glory of God, and in memory of Osmond Carey, B.A., 

Rector of this Parish, who died 8 July, 1883, aged 57 years. 

Presented by his wife, Rosalie M. Carey." 



4i>4 WARDEN SYMONS. [1844. 

Philip Alfred Le Feuvre. Eldest son of Philip Le Feuvre, 
Esq. Born at St Peter's, Jersey, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 
16 Oct. 1844. 

B.A. 10 May, 1849. M.A. 1851. Name removed August, 
1868. 

Kector of St Heliers, and Vice-Dean of Jersey, 1880. He died 
suddenly while assisting in the celebration of the Holy Com- 
munion in the Church of St Heliers, 31 March, 1889. 

Sparks Bellett Sealy. Second son of Major-General 
Benjamin William Dowden Sealy, H.E.I.C.S. Born at 
Bombay, aged 19. Admitted (ft. IQ Oct. 1844. 

Name removed Feb. 1847. Migrated to Peterhouse, 
Cambridge. B.A. 1849. M.A. 1852. 

Vicar of West Wratting, Cam!)., 1862 to 1866. Vicar of 
St Michael's, Islington, 1866 to 1879. Vicar of Gosberton, 
Line., 1879. 

Thomas Gale Curlier. Eldest son of Thomas Gale 
Curtler, Esq. Born in St Andrew's Parish, Droitwich, 
aged 18. Admitted (ft. 16 Oct. 1844. 

B.A. 14 June, 1848. M.A. 14 May 1857. Name removed 
24 March, 1870. 

Rector of Doverdale, Wore., 1852 to 1857. Vicar of Aslacton, 
1857 to 1861. Vicar of Barbonrne, Wore., 1862. Rural Dean, 
1875 ; deceased. 

John Langfbrd Capper. Eldest surviving son of Mr 
John Capper. Born at Wanstead, Essex, aged 18. JE. 
as Postmaster of Merton College, 17 June, 1843. 
Elected S>. of Wadham 30 June, 1844. Admitted (ft. 
18 Oct. 1844. Resigned . July, 1853. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1844, 1845, 1847. Hody (Greek) 
Exhibitioner 1844 to 1850. Junior Math. Scholar 1844. 
Third Class, Litt. Hum. and First Class, Math. Easter 
Term 1848. B.A. 30 June, 1848. Name removed 
4 July, 1853. 

Francis Morgan Nichols. Third son of John Bowyer 
Nichols, Esq. Born at Hampstead, aged 18. JK. as (ft. 



1844-45.] WARDEN SYMONS. 425 

of Exeter College 15 Feb. 1844 Elected . of Wadham 
30 June, 1844. Admitted (ft. 18 Oct. 1844. Elected 
$.dF. 30 June, 1849. 

Gooclridge Exhibitioner 1844, 1847. Hody (Greek) Ex- 
hibitioner 1845 to 1849. Second Class, Litt. Hum. 
Michaelmas Term 1847. B.A. 25 Nov. 1847. M.A. 
, 1853. Elected Librarian 1852, 1853; Deputy 
Dean 1853. Resigned Jf. 6 June, 1856. Compounded 
Michaelmas Term 1862. 

Born 29 April, 1826. Educated at Kensington Grammar 

School. Called to the Bar (Lincoln's Inn) 30 April, 1852. Of 

Lawford Hall, Essex. J.P. and Chairman of Petty Sessions. 

F.S.A. 1861. Corresponding Member of the Imperial German 

Archaeological Institute. Author of The Roman Forum, 

1877. 

Donor of Plate to the College. 



1845. 

William Henry Bubb. Eldest son of John Bubb, Esq. 
Born at Cheltenham, aged 18. Admitted {. 22 Jan. 
1845. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1848. Third Class, Litt. Hum. 
and Second Class, Math. Michaelmas Term 1848. B.A. 
23 Nov. 1848. M.A. 7 Feb. 1861. Compounded 1 June, 
1865. 

" Called to the Bar (Inner Temple) 1850." (F.) 

John Walter Lea. Second son of the late John Lea, Esq., 
and brother of Arthur Augustus Lea ((ft. 1842). Born at 
Blakebrook, Kidderminster, aged 17. Admitted (ft. 
22 Jan. 1845. 

B.A. 19 Oct. 1848. OT.JE. account closed Christmas 1862. 
Died 29 Feb. 1888. 

David Ogilvy. Third son of Donald Ogilvy, Esq. Born 
at Logie, Kirriemuir, Forfarshire, aged 18. Admitted 
tf. 22 Jan. 1845. 



426 WARDEN SYMONS. [1845. 

B.A. 1852. d.JE. account closed Midsummer 1857. 

Born 1826 ; died 20 July, 1857. 

Grandson of Walter Ogilvy, commonly called Earl of Airlie. 

George Ogilvie. Only son of George Shadforth Ogilvie, 
Esq. Born at Calne, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 22 Jan. 
1845. 

B.A. 30 May 1855. M.A. 4 Dec. 1862. Name removed 
19 March, 1870. 

Principal of the Diocesan College, Capetown, 1862 to 1885. 
Canon of St George's Cathedral, Capetown, 1862, and Eector of 
Rondebosch, 1885. 

Robert Elliot Moires. Eldest son of Elliot Morres, Esq., 
Lieutenant, K.N. Born at Nether Broughton, Leicester- 
shire, aged 18. Admitted <. 22 Jan. 1845. 

B.A. 26 Oct. 1848. M.A. - , 1851. CJE. account 
closed Midsummer 1857. 

Educated at Winchester. Eector of Cheddington, Dorset, 
1863. Incumbent of Bicknoller, Somerset, 1864 to 1867. 
Rector of Langridge 1878. " Died 1885." (F.) 
Brother of Arthur P. M., 1853. 

Frederick Thomas Batchelor. Eldest son of Thomas 
Batchelor, Esq. Born in St George's, Hanover Square, 
aged 18. Admitted OL 22 Jan. 1845. 

B.A. 23 Nov. 1848. M.A. 17 Dec. 1852. OLJE. account- 
closed Lady Day 1857. 

Educated at Eton. Rector of Calstock, Corn., 1854 to 1865. 
Rector of Jacobstow, Corn., 1865. 

Gascoigne Frederick Whitaker. Only son of Edward 
Frederick Whitaker, Esq. Born at Cheltenham, aged 18. 
Admitted <. 22 Jan. 1845. 

B.A. 23 Nov. 1848. M.A. 28 May, 1852. C.JE. account 
closed Midsummer 1862. 

Rector of Flordon, Norf.. 1856. Died 24 Nov. 1883. 



1845.] WARDEN SYMONS. 427 

George Whitehead. Only son of the late George White- 
head, Esq. Born at Mary church, Devonshire, aged 18. 
Admitted (ft. 22 Jan. 1845. 
Name removed 25 Oct. 1847. 

David Wauchope. Only surviving son of the late Rev. 
David Wauchope, M.A., of Ch. Ch. Born at Warkton, 
Northamptonshire, aged 19. Admitted (ft. 19 Feb. 
1845. 

B.A. 19 Oct. 1848. M.A. - - July, 1851. Compounded 
Michaelmas Term 1866. 

Born 16 April, 1825. Rector of Church Lawford, Warwick, 
1863 to 1888. 

George Harris Cooke. Eldest son of the Rev. Bell 

Cooke. Born in the parish of St George, Tombland, 
Norwich, aged 17. Admitted (ft. 6 March, 1845. 

Second Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1849. B.A. 26 May, 
1849. M.A. 25 June, 1852. Name removed 19 Oct. 
1852. 

Vicar of St Matthew, Thorpe Hamlet, Norwich, 1858 to 1869. 

Vicar of Worstead, Norf., 1869. Vicar of Cringleford, Norf., 

1888. Vicar of St Helen's, Norwich, 1891. 

Hugh Culling Eardley Childers. Only son of the late 
Rev. Eardley Childers, M.A., of Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge. Born in the parish of St George, Hanover 
Square, baptised at Cookham, Berkshire, aged 17. Ad- 
mitted (ft. 9 April, 1845. 

Name removed 3 May, 1847. Migrated to Trinity College, 
Cambridge. B.A. (senior optime) 1850. M.A. 1857. 

M.P. for Pontefract 1868 to 1885, for Edinburgh 1885. Privy 
Councillor 1868. First Lord of the Admiralty 1868 to 1871. 
Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster 1872 to 1873. Secretary 
for War 1880 to 1882. Chancellor of the Exchequer 1882 to 
1885. Home Secretary 1886. 

John Fell. Eldest son of the late John Fell, Esq. Born at 
Ulverstone, Lancashire, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 9 April, 
1845. 
Name removed 24 March, 1848. 



428 WARDEN SYMONS. [1845. 

Born 1 Nov. 1826. Called to the Bar (Inner Temple) 9 June, 
1854 ; of Daneghyll, Furness Abbey, Lane., J.P., D.L. 

Herbert Frederick Disbrowe. Third son of the Eev. 

Henry John Disbrowe, B.C.L., late ,-fp. of All Souls 

College. Born at Wellbourne, Lincolnshire, aged 18. 
Admitted <. 9 April, 1845. 

Name removed 14 April, 1846. 

George IVEorley. Eldest son of James Morley, Esq. Born 
in the parish of St Pancras, London, aged 18. Admitted 
(jr. 9 April, 1845. 

B.A. 1 Feb. 1849. M.A. - , 1851. CT.JE. account 
closed Midsummer 1858. 

Educated at Rugby. Vicar of Under River, Kent, 1878 to 
1880. Vicar of Astwood, Bucks, 1891. Warden of Lord 
Leycester's Hospital, Warwick, 1893. 

George Pruen Griffiths. Fifth son of the late Thomas 
Griffiths, Esq. Born at Cheltenham, aged 17. Ad- 
mitted <E. 9 April, 1845. 

Fourth Class, Math. Easter Term 1849. B.A. 26 May, 
1849. M.A. , 1851. C.JE. account closed Michael- 
mas 1859. 

Vicar of St Marks, Cheltenham, 1862. 

Rev. Thomas Barton. Third son of John Barton, Esq. 
Born at Manchester, aged 32. JE. Pensioner of Queens' 
College, Cambridge, in Michaelmas Term 1832. B.A. in 

Lent Term 1836. B.M. , 1839. Admitted <. of 

Wadham 22 May, 1845. 

Name removed 11 Xov. 1846. 

Incumbent of Midgham, Berks, 1858 to 1866. 

John Semple. Second son of Robert Semple, Esq. Born 
at Berbice in British Guiana, aged 18. Admitted (. 
28 May, 1845. 

P..A. 10 May, 1849. (.$&. account closed Michaelmas 
1859. 



1845.] WARDEN SYMONS. 429 

William Harbin. Eldest son of the late Kev. Edward 
Harbin, M.A. ((ft. 1820). Born at Odcombe, Somerset, 
aged 18. Admitted ift. 28 May, 1845. 

B.A. 28 May, 1852. Name removed 13 April, 1853. 

Vicar of Northover, Somerset, 1857. Died at Ilchester, aged 
38, 25 Nov. 1864. 

Henry Gerard Hoare. Seventh son of the Venerable 
Charles James Hoare, M.A. 

|tt. 28 May, 1845, aged 17. Of Godstone, Surrey. Name 
removed 21 April, 1846. 

Born 7 June, 1827. Of Stansted House, Surrey. 

John Furlong Chapman. Only son of John Chapman, 
Esq. Born at Louth, aged 16. Admitted (ft. 28 May, 
1845. 

B.A. 10 May, 1849. <.!&. account closed Christmas 1857. 

Theophilus John Fenton. Only son of the Eev. Samuel 
Fenton, M.A., of Ch. Ch. Born at Fishguard, Pembroke- 
shire, aged 17. Admitted (ft. 28 May, 1845. 

Name removed 5 Nov. 1851. Entered Magdalen Hall as 
Or. 1856. B.A. and M.A. 1860. 

In Holy Orders. 

Samuel Harries. Second son of John Harding Harries, 
Esq. Born at Llanunwas, in the parish of Whitechurch, 
near St David's, aged 19. Admitted (ft. 28 May, 1845. 

B.A. 18 April, 1849. Name removed 2 Nov. 1850. 
In Holy Orders. 

Charles John Hughes -D'Aeth. Fourth son of George 
William Hughes-D'Aeth, Esq., Captain, B.N., and brother 
of Narbrough Hughes-D'Aeth (<. 1841). Born at 
Knowlton, Kent, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 28 May, 1845. 

B.A. 26 May, 1849. Name removed 22 March, 1852. 

Rector of Knowlton, Kent, 1851 to 18fi2, of TVickhambreux 
1862 to 1873. Rector of Cardynham, Corn., 1873. 



430 WARDEN SYMONS. [1845. 

George Augustus Smith. Eldest son of Bright Smith, 
Esq. Born in St James' parish, Westminster, aged 18. 
Admitted <. 28 May, 1845. 

B.A. 22 Nov. 1849. Compounded 8 June, 1871. 

Vicar of Buttons Ambo, Yorks, 1861 to 1871 ; " died 24 Sept. 

1882." (F.) 

Father of Arthur A. W. B. S., 1871. 

William John Mills Ellison. Eldest son of the late 
Kev. Eobert Ellison, M.A., of King's College, Cambridge. 
Born at Stangham, Sussex, aged 18. Admitted <#. 
5 June, 1845. 

Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1846 to 1850. Third Class, 
Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 1849. B.A. 29 Nov. 1849. 
M.A. 5 June, 1856. Name removed 9 Nov. 1853. 

Consular Chaplain, Stockholm, 1855 to 1858. Chaplain at 
Gottenburg 1858 to 1867. Vicar of St Michael's, Derby, 1867 
to 1876. Principal of the Lichfield Diocesan Training Institute 
for Schoolmistresses 1872 to 1876. Vicar of St Johns, Wands- 
worth, 1876. 
"Died 12 Dec. 1882." (F.) 

Hugh Robert Hughes. Eldest and only surviving son 
of the late Hugh Robert Hughes, Esq. Born in the 
parish of St Oswald, near Chester, aged 18. Admitted 
01. 10 Oct. 1845. 

Name removed after Lady Day 1849. B.A. (New Inn Hall) 
9 Nov. 1848. 

Born 11 June, 1827. Educated at Rugby ; of Kinniel Park, 
Denbigh, J.P., D.L. High Sheriff of Anglesea, 1854 ; of Flint, 
1871. Lord Lieutenant of Flint ; succeeded to the property 
(but not to the title) of his cousin Lord Dinorben in 1852. 

Edward Jonathan Birch. Third son of the late Rev. 
Walter Birch, B.I)., sometime Jf. of Magdalen College, 
Oxford. Born at Stan way, Essex, aged 18. Admitted 
(. 14 Oct. 1845. 

Third Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1849. B.A. 30 May, 
1849. Name removed 11 Nov. 1853. 

Rector of Overetone, Northants, 1857. 



1845-46.] WARDEN SYMONS 431 

Charles Edward Ranken. Eldest son of the Eev. 
Charles Eanken, M.A., late student of Ch. Ch. Born at 
Brislington, Somerset, aged 17. Admitted <. 14 Oct. 
1845. 

B.A. 24 Oct. 1850. M.A. 28 May, 1852. OLJtt. account 
closed 8 Feb. 1879. 

Born 5 Jan. 1828. Educated at Bishop's College, Bristol, and 
King William's College, Isle of Man. Vicar of Sandford-on- 
Thames, 1867 to 1871. 
Joint- Author of Chess Openings, Ancient and Modern. 

William Frederick Holt. Only son of the Eev. William 
Fowler Holt, M.A., late Jf. of King's College, Cambridge. 
Born at Claverton, Somerset, aged 19. Admitted (ft. 
14 Oct. 1845. 

Name removed 21 Feb. 1848. 

John Lucas Sutton. Eldest son of the Eev. John Lucas 
Sutton, M.A., of Balliol College. Born at Weekley, 
Northants, aged 19. Admitted <. 14 Oct. 1845. 

B.A. 2 May, 1850. M.A. 16 May, 1855. <2T.JE. account 
closed Midsummer 1856. 

Vicar of St Andrew's, Coventry, 1875. 



1846. 

John Fenn Russell. Second son of the Eev. William 
Eussell, B.A., of Clare Hall, Cambridge. Born at Shep- 
perton, Middlesex, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 28 Jan. 1846. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1846. Third Class, Litt. Hum. 
Michaelmas Term 1849. B.A. 6 Dec. 1849. Name re- 
moved 17 Jan. 1854. 

In Holy Orders ; sometime Curate of St Thomas, Oxford. 

John Pennington Legh. Eldest son of the late Eev. 
Edmund Dawson Legh, M.A., of Balliol College. Born 
in St Pancras parish, London, aged 18. Admitted (. 
28 Jan. 1846. 



432 WARDEN SYMONS. [1846. 

B.A. 29 Nov. 1849. M.A. 16 June, 1870. Compounded 
17 June, 1870. 

Born 20 Nov. 1827. Educated at Charterhouse. Of Norbury 
Booths, Cheshire, J.P. 

Robert Gibbons. Eldest son of Robert Kenrick Gibbons, 
Esq. Born at Binfield, Berkshire, aged 17. Admitted 
(K. 28 Jan. 1846. 

B.A. 25 Oct. 1849. <.J&. account closed (deceased) 
21 Dec. 1876. 

Born 24 Aug. 1828. Vicar of Handley, Dorset, 1867 ; died 
5 Dec. 1876. 

Henry Fox Strangways. Eldest son of the Rev. Henry 
Fox Strangways, M.A., of Pembroke College, Oxford. 
Born at Crediton, Devonshire, aged 17. Admitted (JL 
28 Jan. 1846. 

B.A. 25 Oct. 1849. M.A. 17 June, 1852. Compounded 
8 July, 1860. 

Born 3 May, 1828. Educated at Winchester. Rector of Kil- 
mington, Somerset, 1853 to 1866. Rector of Silverton, Devon, 
1866. 

Henry Thomas Mair. Only son of the Rev. Henry 
Mair, M.A., of Trinity College, Cambridge. Born at 
Clifton, near Bristol, aged 18. Admitted <. 28 Jan. 
1846. 

B.A. 25 Oct. 1849. Name removed 3 May, 1853. 

In Holy Orders. 

Died at Ventnor, aged 27, 22 May, 1855. 

William Frederick Bryant. Only son of William 
Bryant, Esq., Lieutenant, R.K Born in St Mary 
Magdalen parish, Taunton, aged 17. Admitted <!T. 
28 Jan. 1846. 

B.A. 25 Oct. 1849. M.A. - , 1853. C.JE. account 
closed Michaelmas 1859. 

Vicar of St Mary, Tyndall Park, Clifton, 1874. 



1846.] WARDEN SYMONS. 433 

Frederick Augustus Baker. Only son of the late 
George Baker, Esq. Born at Wid combe, Bath, aged 18. 
Admitted <. 28 Jan. 1846. 

B.A. 25 Oct. 1849. M.A. 10 June, 1852. CT.JE. account 
closed Christmas 1859. 

Thomas Julius Henderson. Only son of the late John 
Henderson, Esq., Lieutenant, E.N. Born in Queen's 
Square, Bath, aged 18. Admitted <. 28 Jan. 1846. 
B.A. 25 Oct. 1849. M.A. 17 June, 1852. (H.Jtt. account 
closed Christmas 1858. 

Educated at St Paul's School. In charge of Kennington, Berks, 
1856 to 1859. Vicar of South Benfleet, Essex, 1859 to 1872, 
and Incumbent of Canvey Island 1860 to 1872. Rector of 
Heywood, Manchester, 1872. Vicar of South Banbury, Oxon, 
1878 to 1883. Vicar of Farley, Wilts, and Warden of Farley 
Hospital, 1883. 

Richard Palgrave Manclarke. Eldest son of Eichard 
Beatniffe Manclarke, Esq. Born at Ashbourne, Derby- 
shire, aged 17. Admitted OT. 28 Jan. 1846. 
B.A. 25 Oct. 1849. M.A. 25 June, 1852. 

Incumbent of Kilnwick, Yorks, 1858 ; of Woodland, Lane., 
1861. Vicar of St James, Barrow-in-Furness, 1867. Rector of 
Anmer, Norf., 1878 to 1891. 

John Edwardes Rogers. Only son of John Eogers, D.M. 
of Edinburgh. Born at Haford Llancwnlle (i.e., Havod 
Nantcwnlle), Cardiganshire, aged 19. Admitted (#. 
28 Jan. 1846. 

B.A. 22 Nov. 1849. Name removed 25 April, 1860. 

Of Abermeirig, Cardigan. 
" High Sheriff 1872." (F. ) 

Frederick Colborne Fisher. Second son of Paul 
Hawkins Fisher, Esq. Born at Stroud, Gloucestershire, 
aged 19. Admitted (JT. 28 Jan. 1846. 

Name removed 28 Oct. 1847. B.A. (St Mary Hall) 2 May, 
1850. MA. 1852. 

Rector of Walton-on-Trent, 1860, and Rural Dean of Repton, 
1880. 

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WARDEN SYMO.NS. [1846. 



Henry John Marlen. Only son of the Eev. Henry 

Marlen. Born in St Paul's parish, Canterbury, aged 20. 
Admitted <. 26 March, 1846. Admitted Clerk the 
same day. 

Pigott and Goodridge Exhibitioner 1847 to 1849. Gerard 
Exhibitioner 1847 to 1849. Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 
1847 to 1850. Second Class, Litt. Hum. and Third 
Class, Math. Michaelmas Term, 1849. Pusey and 
Ellerton Scholar, 1848. B.A. 6 Dec. 1849. M.A. 10 Feb. 
1853. d.JE. account closed Michaelmas 1856. 

In Holy Orders. " Died Nov. 1881." (F.) 

William Edward Downes. Eldest son of William 
Dowries, Esq. Born at St Peter's, Colchester, aged 18. 
Admitted OT. 29 April, 1846. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1848. Second Class, Litt. Hum. 
Easter Term 1850. B.A. 18 May, 1850. M.A. 1853. 
(JT.JE. account closed Michaelmas 1859. 

Rector of Baylham, Suffolk, 1859. 

Francis John Bryant. Eldest son of Francis Bryant, 
Esq. Born in the parish of St Andrew's, Holborn, 
London, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 29 April, 1846. 

Third Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1850. B.A. 24 Oct. 
1850. M.A. 3 Nov. 1870. B.D. and D.D. 9 Dec. 1886. 
C.Jft. account closed December 1876. 

Vicar of Brent Tor, Devon, 1858. Rector of St Peter Tavy, 
Devon, 1879, and Rural Dean of Tavistock, 1870 to 1874. 

Arthur IVEaitland Sugden. Third son of the late William 
James Sugden (formerly Long), Esq. Born in Walcot 
parish, Bath, aged 18. Admitted <. 26 April, 1846. 

B.A. 24 Jan. 1850. M.A. 14 May, 1857. .j&. account 
closed Christinas 1857. 

Rector of Mollington, Oxon, 1863 to 1873. Rector of Marks- 
hall, Essex, 1885. 

William Henry Humphery. Second son of John 
Humphery, Esq., Alderman, M.P. for Southwark. Born 



1846.] WARDEN SYMONS. 435 

in St Olave's parish, Southwark, aged 19. Admitted (. 
29 April, 1846. 

B.A. 24 Jan. 1850. M.A. 2 June, 1853. Compounded 
8 March, 1869. 

Called to the Bar (Inner Temple) 17 Nov. 1852. M.P. for 
Andover 1863 to 1867. Created Baronet 10 Dec. 1868. High 
Sheriff of Southampton, 1873. Donor of the Volunteers 
Humphery Prize. 
Brother of Edward John H., 1860. 

James Hewetson Wilson. Only son of John Hewetson 
Wilson, Esq. Born at Charlton-on-Medlock, Manchester, 
aged 19. Admitted OL 29 April, 1846. 

Second Class, Math. Easter Term 1850. B.A. 2 May, 1850. 
Xame removed 12 Dec. 1850. 

F.L.S., F.R.B.S. "Died 12 Nov. 1850 suddenly, aged 24, 
J. H. W. Translator of Jussieu's Elements of Botany." 

\G. Mag.) 

Henry Williams. Sixth son of the late Robert Williams, 
Esq. Born at Llangenny, Breconshire, aged 18. Ad- 
mitted (K. 26 June, 1846." 

Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1848 to 1850. Fourth Class, 
Liitt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 1850. B.A. 5 Dec. 1850. 
Name removed 10 May, 1851. 

Charles Dudley Robert Ward. Eldest son of Henry 
George Ward, Esq., M.P. for Sheffield. Born at sea on 
board H.M.S. " Primrose," aged 18. Admitted (ft. 
26 June, 1846. 

Name removed 10 Dec. 1848. 

Educated at Rugby. 

Called to the Bar (Inner Temple) 26 Jan. 1853. 

John Fraser Taylor. Eldest son of John Taylor, Esq., 
Commander, E.N. Born at Brighton, aged 18. Ad- 
. milted <. 26 June, 184G. 



436 WARDEN SYMONS. [1846. 

Third Class, Math, and Fourth Class, Litt. Hum. Easter 
Term 1850. B.A. 10 May, 1850. M.A. 10 June, 1853. 
Name removed 26 Oct. 1859. 

Born 19 July, 1827. Incumbent of Holy Trinity, Hove, 

Brighton, 1864. 

Author of many Sermons and Addresses. 

Thomas Barton Hill. Only son of the Kev. Thomas 
Barton Hill, M.A., formerly (tf. Born at Hampstead, 
aged 18. Admitted (. 26 June, 1846. 

Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1849 to 1851. Third Class, 
Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1851. B.A. 1851. M.A. 
14 Jan. 1860. (.JE. account closed 1879. 

In Holy Orders ; " died 26 Aug. 1877." (F.) 

Vernon Blake. Second son of George Charles Blake, Esq., 
Captain, RN. Born at Gosport, in Alverstoke parish, 
aged 18. Admitted <. 26 June, 1846. 
Fourth Class, Math. Michaelmas Term 1850. B.A. 7 Nov. 
1850. M.A. 22 April, 1857. 

Vicar of Shiplake, Oxon, 1862 to 1866. Vicar of Stoke Poges, 
Bucks, 1866, and Master of Lord Hastings' Hospital, 1882. 
Domestic Chaplain to the Duke of Leeds, 1882. 

John Erskine Clarke. Eldest son of William Fairlie 
Clarke, Esq. Born at Cossepore, Bengal Presidency, 
India, aged 18. Admitted (E. 26 June, 1846. 

Third Class, Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 1850. B.A. 
28 Nov. 1850. M.A. 10 June, 1853. Name removed 
Michaelmas 1855. 

Vicar of St Michael, Derby, 1856 to 1866; of St Andrew, 

Derby, 1866 to 1872. Prebendary of Bobenhall (Lichfield) 

1869 to 1872. Vicar of St Mary, Battersea, 1872. Hon. 

Canon of Winchester 1 875. Rural Dean ; and Proctor for the 

diocese of Rochester. 

Author and editor of Sermons and other works. 

Brother of Alured J. C., 1849. 

Octavius Ogle. Fourth son of James Adye Ogle, Esq., 
JJ.M., of Trinity College, Oxford. Born in St Mary 



1846.] WARDEN SYMONS. 437 



Magdalen parish, Oxford, aged 17. Admitted (. 3 July, 
1846. Elected &. 30 June, 1846. Elected Jf. of 
Lincoln College, 1850. 

Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1847 to 1851. Vinerian 
Scholar 1849. Second Class, Litt. Hum. and Math. 
Easter Term 1850. B.A. 10 May, 1850. MA. 1853. 
<2T.p. repaid 28 April, 1852. Tutor of Lincoln Coll. 
Classical Moderator 1854, 1855 and 1877. Master 
of the Schools 1863, 1869, 1874. Clerk of the Market. 
Died 27 June 1894. 

Son of the Regius Professor of Medicine and godson of Cardinal 
Newman. Chaplain of Warneford Asylum, Oxford, 1864. 
Editor of Royal Letters addressed to Oxford, 1892. 

Robert Edmond Waters. Only son of Thomas Methold 
Waters, Esq. Born in Gower Street, St Pancras parish, 
Middlesex, aged 18. Admitted <. 16 Oct. 1846. 
Previously p. as (ft. of Exeter College, 29 Jan. 1846. 
Elected ,. 30 June, 1846. Resigned . 16 Oct. 1849. 

Name removed 11 June, 1852, when he became (&.(!. 
(Chester- Waters) of St Mary Hall. B.A. 25 Nov. 1852. 

Born 18 July, 1828. Educated at Cholmeley School, Highgate. 
Called to the Bar (Inner Temple) 30 Jan. 1852. Author of 
Genealogical Memoirs of the Chesters of Ghicheley, and other 
genealogical works. 

Benjamin Bickley Rogers. Third son of Francis Rogers, 
Esq. Born at Shepton Montague, Somerset, aged 17. 
Admitted OL 16 Oct. 1846. Elected >. 30 June, 1846. 
Elected ^.Jf. 1852. M.A. 26 Oct. 1854. Vacated his 
,-ff. by marriage 10 Sept. 1861. 

Maddox Exhibitioner 1847. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1848. 
Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1850 to 1851. First Class, 
Litt. Hum. and Fourth Class, Math. Easter Term 1851. 
B.A. 1851. M.A. 26 Oct. 1854. President of the 
Oxford Union Society. Compounded. 

Born 11 Dec. 1828. Educated at Bruton School, Somerset, and 
Cholmely School, Highgate. Called to the Bar (Lincoln's 
Inn) 6 June, 1856. Governor of Bruton School and Highgatt 
School. Translator of Aristophanes. 



438 WARDEN SYMONS. [1846-47. 

Charles Rickards Smith. Eldest son of the Eev. 
Charles Edgar Smith, M.A. of Oriel College. Born at 
Badlesmere, Kent, aged 19. Admitted <. 21 Oct. 1846. 

Fourth Class, Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 1850. B.A. 
5 Dec. 1850. Name removed 3 May, 1851. 

Brother of Edgar Glennie S., 18f>0. 

William Henry Keightley. Eldest son of William 
Tristram Keightley, Esq. Born at Liverpool, aged 19. 
Admitted <. 21 Oct. 1846. 

Name removed 21 July, 1852. 



1847. 

John Peter Hardy. Eldest surviving son of John Peter 
Hardy, Esq. Born in the parish of St Michael, 
Barbadoes, aged 18. Admitted <. 27 Jan. 1847. 

Third Class, Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 1850. B.A. 
28 Nov. 1850. M.A. 22 June, 1854. Compounded 
8 July, 1860. 

Educated at Rugby. 
In Holy Orders. 

Alfred John Church. Third son of John Thomas Church, 
Esq. Born in St Andrew's Parish, Holhorn, aged 17. 
Admitted (JT. 27 Jan. 1847. 

Name removed 23 June, ? 1847. Migrated to Lincoln 
College as . Second Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 
1851. B.A. 1851. M.A. 1853. Prize for an English 
poem on a sacred subject (the Sea of Galilee), 1884. 

Assistant Master in Merchant Taylor's School 1857 to 1870. 
Professor of Latin, University College, London, 1860. Head- 
master of Henley School, 1870 to 1873, of East Retford School, 
1873 to 1880. Rector of Ashley, Wilts, 1892. 
Editor of numerous classical Avorks, and of Tales from Herodotut, 
&c. 



1847.] WARDEN SYMONS. 439 

George Gisborne Simcox. Only son of the late Rev. 
Edward George Simcox, M.A. (S>. 1819), cousin of 
Thomas Green Simcox (1827) and the late John Lea 
Simcox (1831) (JT. Born at Southrop, Glouc., aged 18. 
Admitted (. 27 Jan. 1847. 
Name removed 8 Feb. 1848. 

Edward Deacon Girdlestone. Second son of Eev. 
Charles Girdlestone, M.A., late <. (1814). Born at 
Sedgeley, Staffordshire, aged 17. Admitted (ft. 27 Jan. 
1847. 

B.A. 1851. C.JE. account closed Midsummer 1858. 
In Holy Orders. 

Edward Ralph Johnson. Third son of William Pon- 
sonbv Johnson, Esq. Born at Walton, Cumberland, 
aged"l8. Admitted (. 27 Jan. 1847. 

B.A. 7 Nov. 1850. Name removed 28 May, 1851; re- 
placed 23 May, 1861. M.A. 13 May, 1863. e.JE. 
account closed Michaelmas 1868. Created D.D. 9 Nov. 
1876. Hon. D.D., Durham, 1888. Hon. LL.D., Cam- 
bridge, 1888. 

Educated at Rugby. Rector of Xortlienden, Cheshire, 1866 to 
1876. Archdeacon of Chester, 1871 to 1876. Bishop of 
Calcutta, 1876, and Metropolitan. 

John Bonus. Eldest son of John Bonus, Esq. Born at 
Stratford-le-Bow, Middlesex, aged 18. Admitted <. 
27 Jan. 1847. 
Name removed 21 May, 1847. 

Thomas Pitman. Eldest son of the Rev. Thomas Pitman, 
M.A., late OT. (1820). Born at Tooting, Surrey, aged 18. 
Admitted <. 27 Jan. 1847. 

B.A. 1850. M.A. 7 July, 1859. Name removed 25 Oct. 
1859. 

Educated at Merchant Taylor's School. Vicar of St Jude's, 
Islington, 1855. Died 9 Dec. 1863, aged 35. 



440 WARDEN SYMONS. [1847. 

Decimus Storry Govett. Eighth son of the Eev. Eobert 
Govett, M.A., of Cambridge. Born at Staines, aged 19. 
Admitted OL 27 Jan. 1847. 

B.A. 24 Oct. 1850. M.A. 17 Feb. 1859. Name removed 
22 July, 1859. 

Chaplain at Marseilles, 1877. Archdeacon of Gibraltar, 1832. 

Giles Edwin Daubeny. Fifth son of the Eev. Edward 
Andrew Daubeny, M.A., of C. C. C., Oxford. Born at 
Ampney Crucis, Gloucestershire, aged 17. Admitted (. 
21 April, 1847. 

Name removed 3 Nov. 1847, when elected Demy of 
Magdalen. Born 13 Dec. 1829. Lord Brabourne says 
that he died in College on the 5th March, in consequence 
of an accident which occurred some days before, i.e., 

25 Feb. (Oxford Eeminiscences, O.H.S., p. 396.) 
Buried at Eastington, where is a tombstone with this 
inscription, 

" Giles Edwin Daubeny, S.M., Magdalen College, Oxford, 
died 5 March, 1850, aged 20." (Bloxam, vii. 381.) 

Albert Watson. Fifth son of the late Eichard Watson, 
Esq. Born at Astley, Worcestershire, aged 18. Ad- 
mitted <. 21 April, 1847. Educated at Eugby. First 
Class Litene Humaniores Easter Term 1851. Jf. of 
Brasenose 1852. Elected Principal of Brasenose College 

26 Feb. 1886. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1849. B.A. 1851. Name removed 
26 April, 1852. M.A. 1853. Master of the Schools 
1859, 1860. Public Examiner 1864 and 1866. Bursar 
1871. Curator of the Taylor Institution. Eesigned the 
Principalship 1889. 

In Holy Orders. Editor of the Letters of Cicero. 

Henry John Higginson. Only son of the Eev. Henry 
Higginson, M.A., of Brasenose College. Born at Poplar, 
Middlesex, aged 17. Admitted QT. 21 April, 1847. 

Name removed 7 Dec. 1850. 






.1847.] WARDEN SYMONS. 441 



Charles Argentine Alington. Second son of George 
Marmaduke Alington, Esq. Born at Swinhope, Lincoln- 
shire, aged 19. Admitted OL 21 April, 1847. 

B.A. 1851. Name removed 11 Feb. 1852. 

Born 2 March, 1828. Educated at Oakham. Rector of Muck- 
ton, 1853, and Rural Dean. Central African Mission, 1863 to 
1869. Rector of Swinhope, 1884. 

John Newberry Harris. Only son of John Harris, Esq. 
Born at Clapham Common, in the parish of Battersea, 
aged 18. Admitted OT. 21 April, 1847. 

Name removed 19 Feb. 1848. 

Edward James Corbould. Eldest son of James Corbould, 
Esq. Born at Newbury, in the parish of Speen, aged 18. 
Admitted OL 9 June, 1847. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1849. Fourth Class, Litt. Hum., 
and Third Class, Math. Michaelmas Term 1851. B.A. 
1851. M.A. 14 Jan. 1854. Name removed 2 Feb. 1855. 

Born 18 Nov. 1828. Educated at Rugby. Afternoon Lecturer 
at St Mary's, Speenhamland, 1861 to 1870. Vicar of Teynham, 
Kent, 1878. 

Charles Henry Leigh Lye. Only son of Benjamin Leigh 
Lye, Esq., late Captain in the army. Born in the parish 
of Walcot, Bath, aged 17. Admitted Ot. 9 June, 1847. 

B.A. Nov. 1851. M.A. 3 June, 1854. (H.JE. account closed 
Midsummer 1861. 

Born 17 Sept. 1829. Educated at Bath Grammar School. 
Chaplain (Bombay Dioc.) 1857 to 1879. Archdeacon, 1864 to 
1878. Rector of Badger, Hereford, 1880. 

Edward Kelson Yeatman. Second son of the late John 
Charlton Yeatman, Esq. Born at Frome, aged 18. Ad- 
mitted OT. 9 June, 1847. 

B.A. 1851. M.A. 3 June, 1854. (H.JE. account closed 
Midsummer 1861. 



442 WARDEN SYMONS. [1847. 

Incumbent of Avoca, in the Diocese of Melbourne, Victoria, 
1865 ; of All Saints, Ballarat, 1876 ; of Carngham, 1877 ; of 
St John's, Auburn, South Australia, 1873. 

Starling William Day. Eldest son of Starling Day, Esq. 
Born in Heigham Parish, Norwich, aged 16. Admitted 
(K. 11 June, 1847. Elected . 30 June, 1847. Elected 
%.JF. 30 June, 1853. Died 5 Sept. 1855. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1848, 1849. Hody (Greek) Ex- 
hibitioner 1849 to 1853. Second Class, Litt. Hum. 
Easter Term 1851. B.A. 1851. M.A. 1854. Chan- 
cellor's English Essay 1853, " Popular Poetry considered 
as a test of National Character." Elected Humanity 
Lecturer 1854. He has the following monument in the 
Antechapel, 

Beati mortui qui in Domino moriuntur. 

Starling Gulielmus Day, A.M. 

Fuit in hoc Collegio, Socius et Preceptor, 

In Ecclesia Anglicana Diaconus, 

Vixit annos xxv. dies xxii. 

Decessit Novse Caltoniae juxta Norvicium 

Nonis Septemb., A.H.S., MDCCCLV. 

Mierent amici Wadhamenses 

Exemplum 

Industrial, Simplicitatis, Officii, Fidei, tarn cito 
ffimulantibus sublatum. 

Samuel Garrard. Eldest son of the Eev. Samuel Ellis 
Garrard, B.A., of St Edmund Hall. Born at Dmnbleton, 
Gloucestershire, aged 18. Admitted (. 11 June, 1847. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1850. B.A. 1851. M.A. 14 Jan. 
1859. &.JE. account closed Midsummer 1860. 

Born 13 Feb. 1329. Vicar of Salford Priors, Wore., 1860. 
Father of Samuel (i., 1873. 

Francis Rowden. Eldest son of the Kev. Francis Ptowden, 
B.D., late Jf. of Merton College ; and cousin of Francis 
Marmaduke Rowden ((ft. 1832). Born at Cuxham, 
Oxfordshire, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 26 June, 1847. 

(.E. account closed Christmas 1858. 



1847.] WARDEN SYMONS. 443 

Born 17 Oct. 1828. Educated at Shrewsbury. Called to the 

Bar (Lincoln's Inn) 17 Nov. 1854 ; and joined the Oxford 

Circuit. 

Brother of Robert R., 1851. 

Frederick Sixncox Lea. Eldest son of Thomas Simcox 
Lea, Esq. Nephew of George Lea ((ft. 1823). Cousin of 
Arthur Augustus Lea and John Walter Lea (<. 1842 
and 1845). Born at Hampsteacl, aged 23. Admitted (ft. 
10 July, 1847. 

First Class, Litt. Hum., and Third Class, Math. Easter 
Term 1851. B.A. 1851. Name removed 13 April, 
1853. $. of Brasenose 1853 to 1856. M.A. 1854. 

Incumbent of Holy Trinity, Stepney, 1855 to 1872. President 
of Sion College, 1871. Vicar of Compton Dandoe, Som., 
1872 to 1873. Rector of Tedstone Delamere, Hereford, 1873. 
Prebendary of Pratum Majus, Hereford, 1885 ; died 30 Sept. 
1893, aged 69. 

Author of The Royal Hospital and Collegiate Church of St 
Katharine-near-the- Tower, 1878. 

Walter Waddington Shirley. Only son of the Right 
Eev. Walter Augustus Shirley, D.I)., Bishop of Sodor 
and Man (formerly Jf. of New College). Born at Shirley, 
in Derbyshire, aged 19. Matriculated as (it. of University 
College 30 June, 1846. Admitted (ft. of Wadham 
15 Oct. 1847. Elected . 30 June, 1847. Afterwards 
proved of Founder's Kin (27 June, 1851), and elected 
IMF- 1852. M.A. 3 Fel). 1854. Vacated Jf. by 
marriage 30 June, 1855. 

Maddox Exhibitioner 1847. Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 
1847 to 1852. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1848. First 
Class, Math. Michaelmas Term 1851. B.A. 1851. 
D.D. 1 Dec. 1864. Elected Bursar 24 June, 1854. 
Tutor and Math. Lecturer 1855 to 1863. Deputy 
Chaplain. Mathematical Moderator 1857. Examiner 
in Law and History 1861 to 1863. Select Preacher 
1862. Regius Professor of Ecclesiastical History and 
Canon of Christ Church 1863. Died 20 Nov. 1866, and 
is buried in the Latin Chapel at Christ Church, where 
there is the following inscription on a brass, 



444 WARDEN SYMONS. [1847. 

In memoriam, Walter! Waddington Shirley, S.T.P., 
hujusce sedis Canonici qui munere Professoris Historic 
Ecclesiasticse in Academia Oxoniensi vix per triennium 
functus morbo confectus in Christo obdormivit die 
XX mo Novembris MDCCCLXVI.annos natus XXXVIII. 
" Non enim quse longjeva est senectus honorata est neque 
nnmero multorum annorum mensurata: sed prudentia 
hominibus est canities et vita immaculata est senilis 
tetas." 

Educated at Rugby. 

Editor of Fasciculi Zizaniorum, and other Works in the 

Rolls Series ; and Author of The Church in the Apostolic Age 

(posthumously published). 

Donor of Plate to the College. 

The Editor cannot allow this name to pass without recording 

gratefully the deep debt which he owes to the influence of Dr 

Shirley as a teacher, both in History and Divinity. 

James Davenport Kelly. Only son of Mr James Kelly. 
Born in St Ann's Place, Manchester, aged 19. Admitted 
at. 15 Oct. 1847. Elected . 30 June, 1847. 
Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1847 to 1853. Second Class, 
Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 1851. Kennicott Scholar 
1852. B.A. 1851. M.A. 15 March, 1855. Compounded 
29 Sept. 1874. 

Vice-Principal of Elizabeth College, Guernsey, 1855 to 1860. 

Rector of St James', Manchester, 1860 to 1865. Vicar of Christ 

Church, Ashton-under-Lyne, 1865. Rector of St Matthew's, 

Manchester, and Canon of Manchester, 1884. 

Edmund Hubert Goldsmith. Eldest son of the Eev. 

Edmund Goldsmith. Born at Stanhope, Durham, aged 
18. Admitted OT. 15 Oct. 1847. Admitted Clerk the 
same day. 

.JE. restored 18 Oct. 1848. Elected .. of Corpus Christi 
College 30 June, 1848. Third Class, Litt. Hum. Michael- 
mas Term 1851. B.A. 1851. M.A. 1854. Jf. of Corpus 
Christi College 1858. 

Assistant Master in Durham School. Rector of Duntsbourne 
Rouse, Glouc., 1859, where he has a monument with the follow- 
ing inscription, 



1847.] WARDEN SYMONS. 445 

To the memory of the Rev. Edmund Hubert Goldsmith, M.A., 
11 years Rector of this Parish, this Tomb is dedicated by some 
of his Pupils and Friends. He died 25 Nov. A.D. 1870, aged 41. 
" If we believe that Jesus died and rose again, even so them 
also which sleep in Jesus will God bring with Him." 
And there is a window in the Church to his memory, with this 
inscription, 

M. >|< S. 
Reverendi 

Ac Desideratissimi Viri 
Edmundi Huberti Goldsmith, A.M. 

Coll. Corp. Christ. Oxon. 

Quondam Socii, Scholae Regiae 

Dunelm: olim e Magistris Adjutoribus, 

Huiusce Ecclesiae novissime Rectoris 

Hoc caritatis simul et observantiae 

Monimentum ponendum curavere 

Cum quibusdam ejus amicis alumni moerentes 

Anno Domini MDCCCLXXIII. 
Ossa foris signat lapis ab iisdem positus. 

Isaac Brock. Eldest son of the Eev. William Brock, M.A., 
of Queen's College. Born at Stratton, Hampshire, aged 
18. Admitted OL 20 Oct. 1847. 

Name removed 24 Oct. 1849. Migrated to Queen's College, 
where he had been nominated to a Tylney Exhibition, 
22 June, 1849. First Class, Math. Easter Term 1851. 
B.A. 1851. M.A. 1865. 

In Holy Orders. " President and Professor of Divinity, King's 
College, Windsor, Nova Scotia, 1885 to 1888." 

John Hodgson. Second son of Henry Hodgson, Esq., and 
brother of Henry Hodgson ((ft. 1844). Born at Kinfare, 
in Staffordshire/ Admitted (fl*. 20 Oct. 1847. 

B.A. 1851. M.A. 12 June, 1856. (JT.JE. account closed 
Midsummer 1857. Name replaced 2 June, 1876. 

Born at Kinver, Staff., 22 April, 1828. Educated at Broms- 
grove. Vicar of Kinver, 1867, and Rural Dean. F.O.S. 1877, 
F.S.A. 1879. 



446 WARDEN SYMONS. [1848, 



1848. 

Edward Calvert Beasley. Third son of Thomas Calvert 
Beasley, Esq. Born at Harstone, in Leicestershire, aged 
19. Admitted OT. 2 Feb. 1848. 

B.A. 1855. Name removed 25 Feb. 1856. 



James Wilson Holme. Eldest son of Samuel Holme, 
Esq. Born at Liverpool, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 2 Feb. 
1848. 

B.A. 1851. M.A. 4 Nov. 1857. Compounded 13 June, 
1865. 

Solicitor, practising in London ; died 1891. 



John Boyle. Only son of John Boyle, Esq. Born at 
Stonehouse, Plymouth, aged 19. Admitted (ft. 2 Feb. 
1848. 

Name removed 21 June, 1849. 



Edmund Mervin Booth Story-Maskelyne. Second 
son of Anthony Mervin Keeve Story-Maskelyne (formerly 
Storey), Esq., M.A., formerly (ft. (1806), and brother of 
Mervin Herbert Nevil Story-Maskelyne ((ft. 1840). 
Born at Lydiard Tregooze, Wiltshire, aged 18. Ad- 
mitted (ft. 2 Feb. 1848. 

B.A. 185:'.. Name removed 12 May, 1854. 

Educated at Rugby. 

Called to the Bar (Lincoln's Inn) 18 Nov. 1861. 

John Furnis Magor. Eldest son of John Penburthy 
Magor, Esq. Born at Eedruth, Cornwall, aged 18. Ad- 
mitted (ft. 2 Feb. 1848. 

B.A. 1851. (H.fE. account closed (apparently) Christmas 
1 854. 

Brother of Reuben F. M.. 1849. 



1848.1 WARDEN SYMONS. 447 

George Alfred Walker. . Second son of John "Walker, 
Esq. Born at Lexden, 'Essex, aged 18. Admitted <JT. 
2 Feb. 1848. 

B.A. 1851. M.A. 7 Dec. 1854 C.JE. account closed 
Christmas 1861. 

Born 10 Aug. 1829. Educated at Winchester. Vicar of 
Chidham, Sussex, 1858. 

Dormer Fynes-Clinton. Eldest son of the Eev. Charles 
John Fynes-Clinton, M.A., of Oriel College. Born at 
Cromwell, Nottinghamshire, aged 18. Admitted v?T. 
10 May, 1848. 

B.A. 10 May, 1855. M.A. 4 Nov. 1857. .|E. account 
closed Christmas 1858. Eeplaced name and compounded 
16 Jan. 1872. 

Educated at Cheltenham. Chaplain, E.I.C.S. (Bengal), 1860 
to 1873. Vicar of Ebernoe, Sussex, 1874 to 1878. Died 
8 May, 1880, and is buried at Billingshurst, with the following 
inscription, 

Dormer Fynes-Clinton, M.A., 

of Wadham College, Oxford, 
sometime Curate of Christ Church, 

Lye, Worcestershire, 
afterwards Chaplain in India. 

Eldest son of 

Charles John Fynes-Clinton, M.A., 
Rector of Cromwell, Notts ; 

died in this parish 
8 May, 1880, aged 50 years. 

" And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes, and there 
shall be no more death, neither sorrow nor crying, neither 
shall there be any more pain." 

George Fielding Blandford. Only son of the late 
George Blandford, Esq. Born at Hiiidon, Wiltshire, 
aged 19. Admitted <. 10 May, 1848. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1850. Third Class, Litt. Hum. 
Easter Term 1852. B.A. 28 May, 1852. M.A. 5 Feb. 
1857. B.M. 18 June, 1857. D.M. 23 May, 1867. 
Compounded Michaelmas Term 1866. 



448 WARDEN SYMONS. [1848. 



Born 7 March, 1829. Educated at Rugby ; proceeded to 
St George's Hospital. F.K.C.S., 1869. 

Author of Insanity and its Treatment, &c. Donor of Plate to 
the College. 

William Dinwiddie Hogg. Second son of the late Major- 
General Adam Hogg, H.E.I.C.'s service. Born at 
Wimbledon, Surrey, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 10 May, 
1848. 

Name removed 23 Oct. 1849. 
Educated at Winchester. 

Furnell Thome George. Third son of James George, 
Esq. Born at Westbury, near Bristol, aged 18. Ad- 
mitted (ft. 10 May, 1848. Died Oct. 1848. 

Name removed 9 Dec. 1848. 



Richard Parrott. Fourth son of John Parrott, Esq. 
Born at Clapham, aged 17. Admitted (ft. 10 May, 
1848. 

B.A. 29 Jan. 1852. M.A. 10 June, 1858. C.p. account 
finally closed Midsummer 1866. 

Educated at Charterhouse. Incumbent of Fitzroy Chapel, 
1859. Vicar of Great Amwell, Herts, 1864. Died 23 Sept. 
1893. 

Robert Henry Codrington. Second son of the late 
Eev. Thomas Stretton Codrington, M.A. of Brasenose 
College. Born at Wroughton, Wiltshire, aged 17. Ad- 
mitted (ft. 16 June, 1848. 

Elected > 30 June, 1849. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1850 
to 1853. Proved Founder's Kin, as being descended 
from the first husband of Joan Tregarthin, the Founder's 
mother, 6 Dec. 1852. Third Class, Litt. Hum. Michael- 
mas Term 1852. B.A. 1852. M.A. 30 Oct. 1856. 
Elected ^3.,-ff. 30 June, 1855. D.D., " honoris causa," 
16 June, 1885. Presented to the Vicarage of Wadhurst, 
Sussex, 1887; resigned 1893. 



1848.] WARDEN SYMONS. 449 

Born 15 Sept. 1830. Educated at Charterhouse. Curate of 
St Peter's in the East, Oxford. Joined the Melanesian Mission, 
1867. Prebendary of Sidlesham (Chichester), 1888. 
Author of The Melanesian Languages, 1885, The Melanesians, 
1892. Donor of Plate to the College. 

Eugene Clutterbuck Impey. Fourth son of Edward 
Impey, Esq. Born in Paris, aged 17. Admitted <. 
16 June, 1848. 

Name removed 24 May, 1850. 

Born 16 Aug. 1830. Ensign, Bengal Army, 10 Dec. 1850, 
Lieutenant 1853, Captain 1862, Major 1870 ; appointed to the 
Political Department, Dec. 1856. Political Agent, Ulwar 1858, 
Manvar 1865, Gwalior, Dec. 1872. Military Secretary to the 
Viceroy of India (Lord Lawrence) Jan. 1864 to March, 1865. 
Officiating resident in Nepaul, 1878. Retired with the rank of 
Colonel, 1 Jan. 1878. C.I.E. 1 Jan. 1879. Served through the 
Indian Mutiny, siege and capture of Kotah ; medal and clasp. 

John Williams. Second son of the late William Williams, 
Esq. Born at Tregaron, Cardiganshire, aged 42. Ad- 
mitted Pensioner of Magdalen College, Cambridge, in 
Easter Term 1831. B.A. Feb. 1835. M.A. July, 
1838. Admitted OL of Wadham 30 June, 1848. 
D.C.L. 8 July, 1848. 

Name removed 17 March, 1854. 

Junior Optime, 1835. In Holy Orders. 

William Holies Fryer. Eldest son of William Eolles 
Fryer, Esq. Born at Wimborne, Dorsetshire, aged 19. 
Admitted 4T. 7 July, 1848. 

B.A. 28 May, 1852. (JLJE. account closed Christmas 
1859. 

Called to the Bar (Inner Temple) 17 Nov. 1860. " Of Lytchett 
Minster, Dorset, J.P." (F.) 
Brother of Henry C. F., 1850. 

William Byard Dalby. Only son of the Eev. William 
Dalby, M.A., formerly Jf . of Exeter College. Born at 

2F 



450 WARDEN SYMONS. [1848. 

Warminster, Wiltshire, aged 19. jfH. as (ft. of Balliol 
College 6 April, 1848. Admitted <&. of Wadham 
13 Oct. 1848. Elected . 30 June, 1848. Elected 
^.JF. 30 June, 1856. M.A. 15 Feb. 1857. Vacated JF. 
by marriage 8 July, 1863. 

Maddox Exhibitioner 1849. Goodridge Exhibitioner 
1849. Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1850 to 1853. First 
Class, Math, and Third Class, Litt. Hum. Michaelmas 
Term 1852. B.A. 1852. M.A. 5 Eeb. 1857. Elected 
Humanity Lecturer, and deputy Moderator of Philosophy 
and Librarian, 1857 ; continued these offices till 26 Oct. 
1863, and was deputy Sub-Dean 1858 and 1859. His 
name was replaced as <JT. 28 Oct. 1863. CT.JE. account 
closed 31 Oct. 1865. 

Educated at Rugby. Incumbent of Zeals St Martin, Wilts, 
1863. Died 16 Feb. 1865, aged 35. Donor of Plate to the 
College. 

James Andrew. Third son of the late Eev. James Andrew. 
Born at Whitby, aged 19. J$. as (ft. of Worcester 
College 9 June, 1848. Admitted <. of Wadham 13 Oct. 
1848. Elected &. 30 June, 1848. Elected $.Jf. 
30 June, 1856. M.A. 18 Feb. 1858. B.M. 14 June, 
1860. M.D. 5 Nov. 1863. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1849 and 1854. Maddox Ex- 
hibitioner 1849. Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1850 to 
1853. Second Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1852. 
B.A. 28 May, 1852. Wills' Medical Exhibitioner 30 
June, 1856. Compounded 13 Nov. 1868. Honorary Jf. 
6 Dec. 1887. 

Born 8 Sept. 1829. Educated at Sedbergh ; St Bartholomew's 
Hospital, London. F.R.C.P. 1866. Warden of St Bartholomew's. 
Donor of Plate to the College. 
Author of Medical Treatises. 

Edward Stewart Jones. Second son of William Jones, 
Esq. Born in the parish of Walton-on-the-Hill, Liver- 
pool, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 18 Oct. 1848. 

B.A. 1852. Name removed 11 April, 1856. 



1848-49.] WARDEN SYMONS. 451 



George Robert Baker. Second son of George Baker, Esq., 
Colonel in the army. Born at Bayford, Hertfordshire, 
aged 18. Admitted (ft. 18 Oct. 1848. 

B.A. 1852. JF. of Exeter 26 Dec. 1852. Name removed 
13 April, 1853. 

In Holy Orders ; died 8 Feb. 1856. Boose, 139. 

Arthur Robert Oliver. Only son of the late Thomas 
Oliver, Esq., Born in St George's Parish, Hanover 
Square, London, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 18 Oct. 1848. 

Name removed 19 July, 1851. 
Went to New Zealand. 

Charles Holden Arthur Ormerod. Eldest son of the 
late Charles Ormerod, Esq. Born in St Marylebone 
Parish, London, aged 19. Admitted (ft. 18 Oct. 1848. 
B.A. 1853. M.A. 7 April, 1859. Name removed Michael- 
mas 1859. 

1849. 

Thomas Charles Baring. Eldest son of the Rev. Charles 
Baring, M.A., formerly Student of Christ Church. Born 
at Adderbury, Oxon., aged 17. Admitted (ft. 31 Jan. 
1849. JF. of Brasenose College 1852. M.P. for South 
Essex 1885. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1850, 1851, 1852. Third Class, 
Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 1852. B.A. 25 Nov. 1852. 
(!T.|E. restored 22 Dec. 1852. jf. of Brasenose till 1859. 

Educated at Harrow. M.P. for London, July 1887; died 
2 April, 1891. He bestowed large endowments (said to be 
100,000) upon Magdalen Hall, and revived for it tlie name of 
Hertford College (1874). He was also an anonymous benefactor 
to Harrow Scbool, presenting it in 1886 with twenty acres of 
the Football Field. 
Translator of Pindar, Lucretius, and Horace's Odes. 

Charles Marshall Griffith. Eldest son of the Ifev. Charles 
Griffith, .M. A. ((ft. 1813). Born at Lancing, Sussex, aged 
18. Admitted (ft. 31 Jan. 1849. 



452 WARDEN SYMONS. [1849. 

Second Class, Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 1852. B.A. 
1852. M.A. 15 Nov. 1855. Name removed July, 1869. 

Called to the Bar (Inner Temple), 17 Nov. 1855. Q.C., 1877. 
Bencher, 1878. " Of Llwynduris, Cardigan, J.P., D.L." (F.) 

Frederic Cox. Second son of Thomas Cox, Esq. Born 
at Market Harborough, Leicestershire, aged 18. Ad- 
mitted or. 31 Jan. 1849. 

Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1850 to 1853. Fourth Class, 
Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 1852. B.A. 2 Dec. 1852. 
M.A. 30 May, 1855. Name removed 20 Nov. 1856. 

Incumbent of St Andrew's, Watford, Herts, 1857 to 1870. 
Hector of Upper Chelsea, 1870 to 1884. 

Thomas IVIosley Crowder. Fourth son of John Crowder, 
Esq. Born at Cheltenham, aged 18. Admitted (!T. 
31 Jan. 1849. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1852. Second Class, Litt. Hum. 
Michaelmas Term 1852. B.A. 14 Jan. 1853. M.A. 
28 May, 1856. Compounded 30 Nov. 1865. Bursar of 
Corpus Christi College 7 Nov. 1874. 

Born 16 June, 1830. Educated at Richmond, Yorks. Served 
30 years in the Oxfordshire Militia, and rose to the rank of 
Lieutenant-Colonel ; died 22 Oct. 1892. 

" Oxford, and Corpus in particular, have suffered a heavy loss 
by the death of T. M. C., late Lieutenant-Colonel of the Oxford- 
shire Militia and Bursar of Corpus. Colonel Crowder was born 
in 1830, and was educated at Richmond and Wadham. For 
twenty-two years he was little in Oxford. During the Crimean 
War he was with his regiment in Corfu ; later he aided in 
drilling the militia of New Brunswick, and he spent much time 
in foreign tours which took him and his friends over almost all 
of Europe and outside it. In 1874 he returned to Oxford as 
Bursar of Corpus, and quickly took place as one of the ablest 
of College bursars. Of his travels, which he still continued, 
one has found a record in print, a pedestrian tour along the 
Limes, or frontier line of Roman Germany, carried out with Mr 



1849.] WARDEN SYMONS. 453 



Mowat in 1884, and recorded by the latter in a privately printed 
monograph, which takes a high place among the multifarious 
literature of the Limes" Guardian. 

Henry Smith. Sixth son of Mr Richard Smith. Born at 
Poplar, Middlesex, aged 18. Admitted (.31 Jan. 1849. 

B.A. 1853. .j&. account closed Christmas 1865. 

William Charles Flenderleath. Only son of Charles P., 
Esq., Lieutenant-Colonel in the army. Born at Clifton 
near Bristol, aged 17. Admitted <. 31 Jan. 1849. 

Fourth Class, Math. Easter Term 1852. B.A. 27 Oct. 
1852. M.A. 28 June, 1855. M.A. (ad eundem, Cantab.) 
12 Oct. 1865. 

Rector of Cherhill, Wilts, 20 Dec. 1860. J.P. Rector of Mam- 
head, Devon, 1-891. 

Author of the IVTiite Horses of the West of England, and other 
Archaeological Papers. 

Daniel Frederick Wilson. Eldest son of the Rev. Daniel 
Wilson, M.A. (<. 1822). Born at Over Worton, Oxford- 
shire, aged 18. Admitted OT. 31 Jan. 1849. 

B.A. 1852. M.A. 10 Oct. 1855. Name removed 11 July, 
1856. 

Vicar of Mitcham, Surrey, 1859. 
Brother of Arthur W., 1865. 

Reuben Frederick Magor. Second son of John Pen- 
burthy Magor, Esq., and brother of John Francis Magor 
(OL 1848). Born at Redruth, Cornwall, aged 17. Ad- 
mitted (.31 Jan. 1849. 

B.A. 1853. Name removed 31 Oct. 1857. 

Brenton Halliburton Collins. Only son of Enos Collins, 
Esq. Born at Halifax, Nova Scotia, aged 20. Admitted 
<. 31 Jan. 1849. 

Name removed 14 Oct. 1850. 



454 WARDEN SYMONS. [1849. 

George Henry Newman. Second son of Edwin Newman, 
Esq., and nephew of the Eev. Henry Brown Newman, 
M.A. (formerly JF. 1798 to 1819). Born at Yeovil, 
aged 18. Admitted (ft. 31 Jan. 1849. 

B.A. 28 April, 1853. Cl.ffil. account closed (apparently) Mid- 
summer 1858. 

Kector of West Lydford, Somerset, 1855; died 24 Feb. 1858, 
aged 28. (G. Mag.) 

Samuel Palmer Simcoe. Second son of the Eev. Henry 
Addington Simcoe, M.A. ((ft. 1818), and brother of the 
late Henry Walcot Simcoe, B.A. ((ft. 1841). Born at 
Penheale House, Egloskerry, Cornwall, aged 18. Ad- 
mitted (ft. 31 Jan. 1849. 

Name removed 31 July. 1851. 

Born 1830; of Penheale, Cornwall. 

Brother of Philip F. S., 1853, and Paul C. G. S., 1854. 

Edward Lewis Lucy Shewell. Fifth son of Edward 
Warner Shewell, Esq. Born at Cheltenham, aged 18. 
Admitted (ft. 1 March, 1849. 

Third Class, Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 1852. B.A. 
17 Dec. 1852. M.A. 21 June, 1861. Name removed 
6 Feb. 1862. 

Died 1887. 

Douglas Belcher Binney. Eldest son of the late John 
Binney, Esq., Commander, B.N. Born at Ealmouth, 
aged 20. Jtt. as (ft. of Worcester College 30 June, 1848. 
Admitted (ft. of Wadham 19 April, 1849. Admitted 
Clerk 26 April, 1849. 

Pigott and Goodridge Exhibitioner 1849. Hody (Hebrew) 
Exhibitioner 1850 to 1853. Third Class, Litt. Hum. 
Easter Term 1852. B.A. 28 May, 1852. M.A. 15 Nov. 
]855. Eector of Limington, Dorset (on presentation of 
the College), 1886. 

Chaplain of Berks County Asylum, 1873 to 1875. Vicar of 
Culliam, Oxford, 1875 to 188G. 



1849.] WARDEN SYMONS. 455 

Frederick Anthony Stapley. Only son of John Stapley, 
Esq. Born at Bognor, in the parish of South Bursted, 
Sussex, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 25 April, 1849. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1851. B.A. 20 Oct. 1853. M.A. 
24 Nov. 1864. <.j&. account closed Christmas 1867. 

Born 4 Sept. 1830. Educated at King's College, London. Vicar 
of Midlmrst, 1878. Resigned through ill health, 1885. 

John Herdman Carlisle. Eldest son of Eichard Carlisle, 
Esq. Born at Ardwick Green, Manchester, aged 19. 
Admitted (ft. 25 April, 1849. 

B.A. 14 Jan. 1853. M.A. 14 Jan. 1857. Name removed 
(?) Lady Day 1871. 

Incumbent of St Luke, Formby, 1856 to 1859. 

Joseph Were. Eldest son of Joseph Were, Esq. Born in 
Trinity Parish, Exeter, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 25 April, 
1849. 

B.A. 10 Feb. 1853. M.A. 28 May, 1856. .|E. account 

closed Christmas 1861. 

Educated at Winchester. 

Thomas William, Carr. Eldest son of the Eev. Thomas 
William Carr, B.A., of Brasenose College. Born at 
Clifton near Bristol, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 25 April, 
1849. 

Fourth Class, Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 1853. B.A. 
1 Dec. 1853. M.A. 12 March, 1857. 

Born 15 June, 1830. Educated at Cheam. Rector of Beau- 
desart, Warwick, 1857. Rector of Loddington, Northants, 1857. 
Rector of Banning, Kent, 1865. 
Grandson of Richard Woodward, 1742. 

Richard Hoper. Eldest son of the Kev. Henry Hoper, 
M.A., of Magdalen College. Born at Portslade near 
Brighton, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 25 April, 1849. 

Name removed 26 Dec. 1850. 

Called to the Bar (Inner Temple) 5 June, 185G. 



456 WARDEN SYMONS. [1849. 

Frederic Harrison. Eldest son of Frederic Harrison, Esq. 
Born in the parish of St Pancras, London, aged 17. Ad- 
mitted (ft. 26 April, 1849. Elected &. 30 June, 1848. 
B.A. June, 1853. Elected ty.Jf. 30 June, 1854. 
M.A. 3 Feb. 1859. 

Maddox Exhibitioner 1850. Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 
1851 to 1854. Second Class, Classics, Mods. Easter 
Term 18.52. First Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1853. 
Fourth Class, Law and Mod. Hist. Michaelmas Term 
1853. Resigned Jf. on marriage 26 Oct. 1870. <.Jtt. 
replaced as (ft. 15 Aug. 1870. Compounded. 

Born 18 Oct. 1831. Educated at King's College School, London. 
Called to the Bar (Lincoln's Inn) 26 Jan. ] 858. Examiner to 
the Council of Legal Education, 1869 to 1876 ; to London 
University, 1875 to 1879 ; at Oxford in Law, 1880 to 1882. 
Member of the Royal Commission on Trades' Unions, 1867. 
Secretary to the Royal Commission for Digesting the Law, 
1869. Professor of Jurisprudence, &c., to the Inns of Court, 1878. 
President of the Positivist Committee, 1880. 
Author of Social Statics, Order, and Progress, TJie Meaning of 
History, The Choice of Books, &c. 
Donor of Plate to the College. 

Edward Spencer Beesley. Eldest son of the Eev. James 
Beesley, M.A., of St Edmund Hall. Born at Feckenham, 
in Worcestershire, aged 18. Admitted (fT. 7 June, 1849. 
Admitted Clerk 13 May, 1850. 

Pigott and Goodridge Exhibitioner 1850 to 1853. Gerard 
. Exhibitioner 1850 to 1853. Second Class, Classics, 

Mods. Easter Term 1862. Second Class, Litt. Hum. 

Michaelmas Term 1853. B.A. 15 June, 1854. M.A. 

5 Feb. 1857. Examiner in the Honour School of Mod. 

Hist. 1881, 1882. Compounded Michaelmas Term 1859. 

Born 23 Jan. 1831. Educated at King William's College, Isle 
of Man. Assistant Master, Marl borough College. Professor of 
History, University College, London, 1859. 
Author of Catiline, Clodius, and Tiberius. 
Brother of Augustus II. B., 1858. 

Reginald Campbell Edwards. Second sun of Uichard 



1849.] WARDEN SYMONS. 457 

Venn Edwards, Esq., Lieutenant, K.N. Born in Walcot 
Parish, Bath, aged 17. Admitted (ft. 7 June, 1849. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1851. Second Class, Classics, 
Mods. Easter Term 1862. Third Class, Litt. Hum. Easter 
Term 1853. B.A. 9 Dec. 1853. M.A. 2 April, 185G. 
Name removed 23 July, 1856. 

Vicar of Speen, Berks, 1870. 

Francis Tripp. Second son of John Upton Tripp, Esq., 
Commander, RN. Born at Nettlecombe, in Somerset- 
shire, aged 19. Admitted (ft. 7 June, 1849. 

B.A. 18 May, 1853. Name removed 1 May, 1854. 
Went to New Zealand. 

Archer Upton. Eldest son of Archer Thomas Upton, Esq. 
Born in the parish of St Pan eras, London, aged 18. 
Admitted (ft. 7 June, 1849. 

B.A. 14 May, 1853. M.A. 24 Jan. 1855. OT.jE. account 
closed Christmas 1861. 

Educated at Charterhouse. Vicar of Coundon, Durham, 1856. 
Kector of Stowting, Kent, 1870. 

Alured James Clarke. Second son of the late William 
Fairlie Clarke, Esq. Born at Ayr, in Scotland, aged 18. 
Brother of John Erskine Clarke ((ft. 1846). Admitted 
(ft. 30 June, 1849. 

B.A. 15 June, 1854. M.A. 19 Feb. 1857. Name removed 
16 July, 1857. 

Rector of Elvington, Yorks, 1865, till his death 16 April, 1885. 

Rev. Richard Wilson Greaves. Eldest son of the Picv. 
Itichard Greaves, M.A. (late (ft. 1815). Born at Lutter- 
worth, Leicestershire, aged 29. Admitted (ft. 30 June, 
1849. Jtt. as (ft. of St Edmund Hall 22 June, 1836. 
B.A. 10 June, 1840. M.A. 26 April, 1843. 



458 WARDEN SYMONS. [1849. 

Fourth Class, Math. Easter Term 1840. Compounded 
16 Oct. 1875. 

Rector of Tooting Graveney, Surrey, 1844 to 1867. F.G.S. and 
F.R.G.S. 

George Earlam Thorley. Eldest son of Robert Thorley, 
Esq., Lieutenant, R.N. Born at Knutsford, in Cheshire. 
Admitted <. 13 Oct. 1849. Elected . 30 June, 1849. 
Elected $.,#. 30 June, 1854. B.A. 9 Dec. 1853. M.A. 
22 May, 1856. 

Maddox Exhibitioner 1850. Goodridge Exhibitioner 1850, 
1851. Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1852 to 1854. First 
Class, Classics, Mods. Easter Term 1852. First Class, 
Litt. Hum., and Fourth Class, Law and Mod. Hist. 
Michaelmas Term 1853. Elected Humanity Lecturer 
1855, 1856, and from 23 Oct. 1863 to 1868. Bursar 
1857 to 1869. Librarian 1863 to 1869. Proctor 1866. 
Sub-Warden 26 March, 1868 to 1880. Elected M. 
11 Oct. 1881. Curator of the Taylor Institution ; Delegate 
of the Museum and of Schools Examinations. 

Educated at Manchester Grammar School. 
Cousin of John T. T., 1853. 

William Eliot. Eldest son of William Eliot, Esq. Born 
at Melcombe Regis, in Dorsetshire, aged 17. Admitted 
OL 17 Oct. 1849. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1852. B.A. 9 Dec. 1853. M.A. 
10 May, 1856. Name removed 17 April, 1857. 

Vicar of Mayfield, Staffs., 1862. Rector of Compton Abbas, 
Dorset, 1866 to 1871. Vicar of St James, Bristol, 1871 to 
1876. Vicar of Aston near Birmingham, 1876 to 1891. Hon. 
Canon of Worcester, 1889. Vicar of Holy Trinity, Bourne- 
mouth, 1891. 

Edward Henry Montague Stone. Eldest son of Edward 

Gresley Stone, Esq. Born at Margaretting, Essex, aged 
19. Admitted OT. 17 Oct. 1849. 
B.A. 26 April, 1855. Name removed Michaelmas 1857. 

Educated at Rugby. Vicar of Queenhill, Upton-on-Severn, 
1880 ; died 5 Sept. 1891. 



1850.] WARDEN SYMONS. 4f>9 



185 O. 

Edmund Henry Lacon Willes. Third son of the late 
George Wickens Willes, Esq., Captain, R.N. Born at 
Dibden near Southampton, aged 17. Admitted (JL 
24 Jan. 1850. 

Name removed 25 Nov. 1850. Michel Exhibitioner 
(Queen's) 1850 to 1854. Second Class, Litt. Hum., and 
Fourth Class, Law and Mod. Hist. Michaelmas Term 
1853. B.A. 1853. M.A. 1856. . 1854 to 1856. 
$. 1856 to 1865. 

Educated at Winchester. Assistant Master, Winchester College, 
1860 to 1865. Rector of St Swithin, Winchester, 1863 to 1865. 
Vicar of Helston, Cornwall, 1865 to 1866 (from Queen's College). 
Vicar of Ashby Magna, Leic., 1866 to 1886. Hon. Canon of 
Peterborough, 1871. Vicar of Monk Sherbourne, Hants (from 
Queen's College), 1887. 

Editor of the Peterborough Diocesan Calendar 1872 to 1887, and 
the Winchester Diocesan Calendar 1 889. 

Henry Charles Fryer. Second son of William Holies 
Fryer, Esq., and brother of William Rolles Fryer ((tt. 
1848). Born at Wimborne, Dorsetshire, aged 19. Ad- 
mitted <. 24 Jan. 1850. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1853. Second Class, Classics, 
Mods. Michaelmas Term 1852. Second Class, Litt. Hum. 
Easter Term 1854. Fourth Class, Law and Mod. Hist. 
Michaelmas Term 1854. B.A. 18 Dec. 1854. 

Born 2 Jan. 1831. Educated at Rugby. Of Lodge Park, 
Cardigan, J.P., D.L. Clerk of the Peace for Cardiganshire, 



Philip Hankinson Newnham. Third son of William 
Newnham, Esq. Born at Farnham, Surrey, aged 17. 
Admitted (fl*. 24 Jan. 1850. 

Fourth Class, Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 1853. B.A. 
1854. MA 14 Jan. 1857. Name removed 19 Oct. 
1857. 



460 WARDEN SYMONS. [1850. 

Rector of Frome Vauchurch, Dorset, 1869. Vicar of East 
Stonehouse, Devon, 1873. Vicar of Maker, Cornwall, 1875. 
Chaplain to the Devon and Exeter Hospital, 1886 till his death 
in 1888. Fellow of the Royal Meteorological Society. 

Claudius Augustus Ker. Only son of the late Claudius 
Augustus Ker, Esq., Lieutenant in H.E.I.C.'s 3rd Madras 
Light Cavalry. Born at Madras, aged 17. Admitted 
Or. 24 Jan. 1850. 

Name removed 27 Oct. 1852. 

John Withers Valentine. Eldest son of John Valentine, 
Esq. Born at Somerton, in Somersetshire, aged 18. 
Admitted <. 24 Jan. 1850. 

Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1851 to 1854. B.A. 3 Feb. 
1854. dLJE. account closed Midsummer 1861. 

Vicar of Kimmeridge, Dorset, 1886. 

William Cooper. Third son of Edward Cooper, Esq. Born 
at Kingswood, Wiltshire, aged 17. Admitted (. 24 Jan. 
1850. 

Name removed 5 July, 1851. Bridgman Exhibitioner 
(Queen's). Fourth Class, Law and Mod. Hist. Easter 
Term 1853. B.A. 20 Oct. 1853. M.A. 14 May, 1856. 

Rector of Frettenham, Norfolk, 1870. Rector of Great 
Cheverell, Wilts, 1886 to 1892. 

Edgar Glennie Smith. Second son of the Rev. Charles 
Edgar Smith, M.A., of Oriel College, and brother of 
Charles Blckards Smith (<. 1846). Born at Badlesmere, 
Kent, aged 18. Admitted <E. 24 Jan. 1850. 

Second Class, Classics, Mods. Michaelmas Term 1852. 
B.A. 18 Dec. 1854. M.A. 5 Feb. 1857. 

Joseph Barton. Eldest son of John Barton, Esq. Born 
at Stoughton, Sussex, aged 20. Admitted (tf. 24 Jan. 
1850. 



1850.] WARDEN SYMONS. 461 

Fourth Class, Law and Mod. Hist. Easter Term 1853. 
B.A. 20 Oct. 1853. (.JE. account closed Christmas 
1862. 

In Holy Orders. 

Charles Hayne Bridges. Eldest son of the Rev. Charles 
Bridges, M.A., of Queen's College, Cambridge. Born at 
Old Newton, Suffolk, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 24 Jan. 
1850. 

Name removed 23 Oct. 1852. 

Brother of John Henry B., 1851. 

Inglis George Monckton. Third son of William 
Monckton, Esq. Born at Futtighar, Bengal, aged 17. 
Admitted (ft. 24 Jan. 1850. 

B.A. 28 Feb. 1856. M.A. 10 June, 1858. 

Born 9 Feb. 1832. Educated at Bridgnorth and Honiton 

Grammar Schools. Vicar of Coven, Staff., 1857. 

Author of Bible Dates, Bible Beauties, The Two Thieves, &c. 

Walter Harry Tribe. Third son of John Tribe, Esq. 
Born at Fittleworth, Sussex, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 
24 Jan. 1850. 

B.A. 18 Dec. 1854. M.A. 14 May, 1858. Name removed 
2 Nov. 1858. 

Rector of Stockbridge, Hants, 1860 to 1867. Chaplain on the 
Bengal Establishment, 1867. Archdeacon of Lahore, 1888. 

Henry Francis Gillett. Eldest son of Henry Gillett, 
Esq. Born in St James' parish, Westminster, aged 19. 
Admitted (ft. 18 April, 1850. 

Third Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1854. B.A. 18 Dec. 
1854. M.A. 2 Dec. 1858. Name removed (apparently) 
Christmas 1864. 

" Called to the Bar (Inner Temple) 1860." (F.) 

Charles Fleet-wood Shawe. Second son of the late 
Richard Shawe, Esq., Major in the H.E.I.C.'s Light 



462 WARDEN SYMONS. [1850. 

Cavalry. Born at Bellary, Presidency of Madras, aged 
17. Admitted (ft. 18 April, 1850. 

Name removed 11 Dec. 1850. 

Charles Sydney Guille. Only son of the Eev. William 
Guille, M.A., of Oriel College. Born at Egham, Surrey, 
aged 18. Admitted OL 18 April, 1850. 

15. A. 10 May, 1854. M.A. 13 Nov. 1856. Name removed 
16 July, 1857. 

In Holy Orders. Lived in Guernsey. 

William Hooper. Second son of the late Eev. James 
Hooper, M.A., of Oriel College, and half-brother of 
James John Hooper (late (ft. 1843). Born at Yeovil, 
aged 18. Admitted (ft. 18 April, 1850. 

Name removed 6 Feb. 1852. 

Henry Filmer Gomonde. Only son of William Henry 
Gomonde, Esq. Born at Cheltenham, aged 18. Ad- 
mitted (ft. 18 April, 1850. 

Name removed 10 Jan. 1852. 

William Woodward Mills. Eldest son of Henry James 
Mills, Esq. Born in Trinity parish, Port of Spain, 
Trinidad, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 18 April, 1850. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1853. B.A. 8 April, 1854. M.A. 
5 Eeb. 1857. Name removed May, 1870. 

Eector of Aylmerton, Norf., 1872. 

John Henry Holford. Second son of the late Charles 
Holford, Esq. Born at Hampstead, Middlesex, aged 19. 
Admitted (ft. 26 June, 1850. 

Fourth Class, Law and Mod. Hist. Michaelmas Term 1853. 
B.A. 15 June, 1854. M.A. 10 Oct. I860. Compounded 
Midsummer 1862. 

" Died, Curate of Christ Church, Ilampstead, 15 Dec. 1870." 
(F.) 



1850.] WARDEN SYMONS. 463 

Martin Bryan Stapylton. Second son of Stapylton 
Stapylton, Esq. Born in the parish of St Helen, Stone- 
gate, York, aged 17. Admitted (ft. 26 June, 1850. 

B.A. 10 June, 1854. Name removed 10 Nov. 1858. 

Born 23 Nov. 1832. Called to the Bar (Inner Temple) 17 Nov. 
1858. 

William Shepherd Allen. Only son of William Allen, 
Esq. Born at Manchester,' aged 19. Admitted (ft. 
26 June, 1850. 

Second Class, Law and Mod. Hist. Easter Term 1854. 
B.A. 30 June, 1854. M.A. 5 Feb. 1857. Compounded 
4 Oct. 1877. 

Of Wooclheacl Hall, Stafford. M.P. for Newcastle-under-Lyne, 
1865. 

William Cawley. Second son of James Cawley, Esq. 
Born at Win wick, Lancashire, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 
16 Oct. 1850. 

Third Class, Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 1854. B.A. 
7 Dec. 1854. Name removed 17 May, 1864. 

Described as deceased when Thomas C., his brother, is admitted 
28 May, 1856. 

William Henry Crawhall. Fourth son of Isaac Craw- 
hall, Esq. Born in St .John's Chapelry, parish of Stan- 
hope, Durham, aged 18. Admitted (. 16 Oct. 1850. 

B.A. 7 June, 1855. (JLJE. account closed Michaelmas 
1855, and the balance given to the College. 

Bom 10 Dec. 1831 ; died 29 Aug. 1868. 

Seaman Curteis Tress Beale. Only son of Seaman 
Beale, Esq. Born at Tenterden, Kent, aged 18. Ad- 
mitted <E. 16 Oct. 1850. B.A. 7 Dec. 1854. M.A. 
12 Nov. 1857. Vicar of St Michael's, Tenterden, 1864. 
Died 23 Dec. 1885. 

Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1854. (.Jtt. account closed 
Midsummer 1863. 



464 WARDEN SYMONS. [1850-51. 

Thomas Gilling Gilling. Eldest son of Thomas Gilling, 
Esq. Born at Cheddar, Somersetshire, aged 19. Ad- 
mitted OL 16 Oct. 1850. 

B.A. 16 May, 1855. M.A. 7 July, 1859. Compounded 
13 Dec. 1869. 

Born 27 June, 1831. Educated at Ilminster Grammar School. 
Ensign, 48th Regiment, 1855 ; Lieutenant, 22nd Regiment, 
1858 ; Captain, 1862 ; retired, 29 April, 1872. 
Brother of George R. G., 1851. 

Alfred Nottage Kingston. Eldest son of Alfred King- 
ston, Esq. Born in the parish of Charles, Plymouth, 
aged 18. Admitted (ft. 16 Oct. 1850. 

B.A. and M.A. (St Mary Hall), 1858. Name removed 
24 March, 1853. 

Vicar of Churchstow, Devon, 1866 to 1882. 



1851. 

Henry Holds worth Minchin. Fourth son of James 
Innes Minchin, Esq., Queen's Counsel. Born at Farling- 
ton, Hampshire, aged 18. Admitted (.19 Jan. 1851. 

Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1853 to 1855. Second Class, 
Classics, Mods. Michaelmas Term 1853. Third Class, 
Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1855. B.A. 7 June, 1855. 
M.A. 12 June, 1857. 

Born 2 July, 1832. Educated at Kensington Grammar School, 
Blundell's School, Tiverton, Bromsgrove School, and King's 
College, London. Rector of Wormley, Herts, 1860 to 1865. 
Vicar of Woodford Halse, Northants, 1865 to 1884. Rector of 
Little Bromley, Essex (on the presentation of the College), 
1884. 

Herbert Baring Harington. Eldest son of the Eev. 
John Harington, M.A., of Queens' College, Cambridge. 
Born at St Peter's, Guernsey, aged 19. Admitted (!T. 
19 Jan. 1851. 



1851.] WARDEN SYMONS. 465 

Second Class, Classics, Mods. Michaelmas Term 185.3. 
Second Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1855. B.A. 
11 Dec. 1856. M.A. 6 June, 1861. Name removed 
6 June, 1857 ; replaced 3 June, 1861 ; again removed 
6 Nov. 1861. 

Joined the Transport Corps in the Crimea ; subsequently went 
through the Indian Mutiny in the Telegraph Department with 
Sir Colin Campbell, and received an appointment in Oude ; 
retired 18 Nov. 1887. 

Christopher Welch. Only son of the late Christopher 
Welch, Esq. Born at Lamyatt, Somersetshire, aged 18. 
Admitted <. 19 Jan. 1851. 

First Class, Nat. Science Easter Term 1855. B.A. 16 May, 
1855. M.A. 1857. 

Distinguished Amateur Flautist, and Composer of Works for 
the Flute. 

William Abraham Bartlett. Only son of William 
Bartlett, Esq. Born at Kingshury, Somersetshire, aged 
18. Admitted 01. 19 Jan. 1851. 

Third Class, Law and Mod. Hist. Easter Term 1855. B.A. 
21 June, 1855. M.A. 25 June, 1857. .j&. account 
closed Michaelmas 1872. 

Vicar of Loxwood, 1868 to 1875 ; Vicar of Wisborough Green, 

Sussex, 1868. 

Author of the History and Antiquities of Wimbledon, &c. 

Kenneth Henry Cornish. Eldest son of the liev. Henry 
Hubert Cornish, M.A., of Magdalen Hall and Corpus 
Christ! College. Born at Dumdum, Bengal, aged 17. 
Admitted <tf. 19 Jan. 1851. 

Name removed 19 Jan. 1853. 

On the Foundation at Westminster, 1848, 1849. 

Walter Scruton. Eldest son of Walter Scruton, Esq. 
Born in the parish of St Mary-le-Bow, Durham, aged 18. 
Admitted (JT. 19 Jan. 1851. 

Xame removed 22 Oct. 1852. 

2 G 



466 WARDEN SYMONS. [1851. 

John Norton. Second son of Silas Norton, Esq. Born at 
Town Mailing, Kent, aged 18. Admitted (. 19 Jan. 
1851. 

B.A. 14 June, 1855. (JLJE. account closed Christmas 1857. 
Vicar of Preston Wynne, Hereford, 1877. 

Frederick Philip Phelps. Third son of the Eev. William 
Whitmarsh Phelps, M.A., of Corpus Christi College. 
Born at Harrow-on-the-Hill, Middlesex, aged 18. Ad- 
mitted (ft. 19 Jan. 1851. 

B.A. 7 June, 1855. M.A. 18 June, 1863. Name removed 
24 June, 1876. 

Educated at Harrow. 

George Robert Gilling. Second son of Thomas Gilling, 
Esq., and brother of Thomas Gilling Gilling (<. 1850). 
Born at Cheddar, Somersetshire, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 
19 Jan. 1851. 

B.A. 22 May, 1856. M.A. 1878. Name removed 22 Oct. 
1857 ; replaced 6 June, 1878. Compounded 7 June, 
1878. 

Educated at Ilminster Grammar School. Now Kev. G. R. 
Gilling-Lax, Rector of Fit/head, Somerset, 1861. 

John Henry Bridges. Second son of the Rev. Charles 
Bridges, M.A., of Queen's College, Cambridge, and brother 
of Charles Hayne Bridges (<ff. 1850). ' Born at Old 
Newton, Suffolk, aged 18. Admitted OL 7 May, 1851. 
Elected >. 30 June, 1851. Admitted 18 Oct. 1851. 
Elected JF. of Oriel College 1855. 

Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1853 to 1855. Second Class, 
Classics, Mods. Easter Term 1853. Third Class, Litt. 
Hum. Michaelmas Term 1854. B.A. 1 Feb. 1855. .$L. 
restored on his election at Oriel 28 April, 1855. B.M. 
1859. JF. vacant in 1861. 

Born 11 Oct. 1833. Educated at Rugby. F.R.C.P. (St George's 

Hospital). Medical Inspector for the Local Government 

Board. 

Translator of Comte's General View of Positivism. Author of 

Unit;/ of Comti's Life and Doctrine, &c. 



1851.] WARDEN SYMONS. 467 



Edwin Arthur Salmon. Eldest son of John Salmon, Esq. 
Born at Clifton near Bristol, aged 18. Admitted <JT. 
7 May, 1851. 

B.A. 15 Jan. 1855. M.A. 10 Oct. 1857. Name removed 
3 July, 1858. 

Vicar of Martock, Somerset, 1859, and Rural Dean. Pre- 
bendary of Buckland-Dinliam (Wells), 1874. Rector of Weston- 
super-Mare, 1888. Proctor in Convocation, 1880. 

Thomas Carpenter. Eldest son of William Carpenter, 
D.D., of Trinity College, Dublin. Born at Odogh, Kil- 
kenny, Ireland, aged 18. Admitted (tf. 7 May, 1851. 

(H.Jtt. account closed Christmas 1853. 

George Henry Pratt. Eldest son of the late George 
Isaac Pratt, Esq. Born at King's Norton, Worcester- 
shire, aged 18. Admitted itf. 7 May, 1851. 

B.A. 1855. M.A. 25 June, 1858. Name removed 12 March, 
1860. 

Vicar of St Swithin, Lincoln, 1866. Chaplain to Lord Hawke, 
1869. 

William Walker. Eldest son of the Ixev. William Joseph 
Walker, M.A., of Brasenose College. Born at Southrop, 
Gloucestershire, aged 17. Admitted (. 18 June, 1851. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1854. Second Class, Classics, 
Mods. Michaelmas Term 1853. Fourth Class, Litt. 
Hum. Michaelmas Term 1855. B.A. 13 Dec. 1855. 
M.A. 10 June, 1858. Name removed 3 July, 1858. 

Vicar of Croft, Lincoln, 1858. Died 28 Aug. 1860, a^ed 27. 

Samuel Wright Turner. Only son of the Eev. Samuel 
Turner, M.A., of University College. Born at Nettleton, 
Lincolnshire, aged 18. Admitted (JT. 18 June, 1851. 

B.A. 12 March, 1857. Name removed 27 Feb. 1858. 

Changed his name to Wright, 1803. Of Brattleby and North 
Kelsey. Lincoln. J.P., D.L. 



468 WARDEN SYMONS. [1851. 

George Smith Homfray. Only son of Henry Homfray, 
Esq. Born at Alcester, Warwickshire, aged 18. Ad- 
mitted (jr. 18 June, 1851. 

B.A. 6 Dec. 1855. Name removed 2 April, 1857. 

Born 13 Feb. 1833. Educated at Cheltenham College. Of 
Broad water House, Wore. 

John Collett. Second son of the late Eev. Robert Henry 
Collett, M.A., of Trinity College, Cambridge. Born at 
Westerham, Kent, aged 19. Admitted (ft. 18 June, 
1851. 

Name removed 3 Oct. 1857. 



Arthur Lawrence. Eldest son of Pierre Lawrence, Esq. 
Born at Northmore, Hertfordshire, aged 18. Admitted 
(ft. 18 June, 1851. 

Name removed 19 April, 1853. B.A. (St Mary Hall) 
13 Nov. 185G. 

Eector of St Ewe, Cornwall, 18G4. Rector of Eversley, Hants, 
1886. 

Henry Atkinson Gibson. Fourth son of the late Eev. 
James Gibson, M.A., formerly jf. (1812 to 1819). Born 
at Worlington, Suffolk, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 19 June, 
1851. 

Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 185.'* to 1856. B.A. 25 June, 
1857. M.A. 16 April, 1859. Name removed 29 Nov. 
1859. 

Educated at Merchant Taylor's School. Vicar of Linslade, 
Oxford, 1861. Chaplain at Marseilles, 1869 to 1872. Chaplain 
at Messina. "Died 11 March, 1880." (F.) 

Douglas Atherton Williams. Only son of the late Eev. 
Edward Pickering Williams, M.A., of Trinity College, 
Cambridge. Born at Deeza, in the Presidency of 
Bombay, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 25 June, 1851. Ad- 



1851.] WARDEN SYMONS. 469 

mitted &. as of the Founder's Kin, 25 June, 1851. 
Elected $.JF. 30 June, 1858. M.A. 18 May, 1861. 
Eesigned his $. 14 April, 1864. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1852. Maddox Exhibitioner 1853 
to 1855. Somerscales Exhibitioner 1855. Fourth Class, 
Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 1855. B.A. 17 Dec. 1856. 

" Died Feb. 1877." (F.) 

He proved Founder's Kin by descent from Florence, sister of 
the Founder and wife of John Wyndham, through the families 
of Giffard, Keigwin, and Clutterbuck ; his mother being Mary 
Bennett Clutterbuck. 



Charles Griffith. Eldest son of Charles Griffith, Esq. 
Born in the parish of St Andrew, Holborn, aged 17. 
Admitted 01. 30 June, 1851. 

Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1853 to 1856. First Class, 
Classics Mods. Michaelmas Term 1853. Craven Scholar 
1854. Third Class, Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 1855. 
B.A. 2 May, 1856. M.A. 9 Feb. 1860. Compounded 
25 Oct. 1872. 

Assistant Master, Winchester College, 1859. 
Brother of Eobert G., 1853. 



Henry Dudley Ryder. Second son of the Rev. Henry 
Dudley Ryder, M.A., of Oriel College, and nephew of 
Richard Calthorpe Whitmore Ryder (Jf. 1849). Born at 
Tarvin, Cheshire, aged 17. Admitted .18 Oct. 1851. 
Elected >. 30 June, 1851. 

Maddox Exhibitioner 1853 to 1855. On 9 April, 1856, he 
undertook to resign his Jjj. after six months. B.A. 
12 June, 1857. CT.JE. account closed Christmas 1856. 

Educated at Charterhouse. Died 14 June, 1880. 

He proved Founder's Kin by descent through the family of 

Cornish from William Floyer (C. 1708), who traced his pedigree 

from Margaret, sister of the Founder and wife of Nicholas 

Martin. 



J70 WARDEN SYMONS. [1851. 

Henry Julian Bigsby. Eldest son of the Eev. Charles 
Bigsby, M.A., of Trinity College, Cambridge. Born at 
Ordsall, Nottinghamshire, aged 19. Admitted <. 22 Oct. 
1851. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1854. Second Class, Law and 
Mod. Hist. Michaelmas Term 1855. B.A. 7 June, 1855. 
M.A. 25 Nov. 1858. Compounded 5 June, 1863. 

Born 6 Oct. 1832. Educated at Tonbridge School. Vicar of 

St Thomas, Southborough, 1860, till his death in the summer of 

1890. 

Brother of William E. D. B., 1860. 

Robert Rowden. Fourth son of the Rev. Francis Rowden, 
B.D., late jf . of Merton College. Brother of Francis 
Rowden (tft. 1847), arid cousin of Francis Marmaduke 
Rowden (<#. 1832). Born at Cuxham, Oxfordshire, aged 
18. Admitted <. 22 Oct. 1851. 

B.A. 7 June, 1855. M.A. 13 Dec, 1860. Compounded 
Christmas 1864. 

Born 2 June, 1833. Educated at Shrewsbury. Vicar of 
Winwick, Hunts., 1863. Eector of Church Lavvford, Warw., 
1893. 

John Dunlop. Eldest son of James Dimlop, Esq., of Peters- 
burg, in the state of Virginia. Born at New York, aged 
18. Admitted <. 22 Oct. 1851. 

Third Class, Law and Mod. Hist. Michaelmas Term 1855. 
B.A. 17 Dec. 1855. M.A. 10 June, 1859. Name 
removed 6 Oct. 1866. 

Henry Dawson Ellis Bull. Only son of the Rev. Edward 
Bull, M.A. by favour of the Archbishop of Canterbury. 
Born at Pentlow, Essex, aged 18. Admitted (. 22 Oct. 
1851. 

H.A. 18 June, 1857. M.A. 3 June, 1858. Name removed 
2 Oct. 1858. 

Rector of Borky, Suffolk, 1862 ; died (blind) 2 May, 1892. 



1852.] WARDEN SYMONS. 471 



1852. 

John Jeffrey Guy Evered. Third son of Robert Guy 
Evered, Esq. Born at Ex ton, Somersetshire, aged 19. 
Admitted <JL 17 March, 1852. 

Name removed 13 April, 1853. Lusby Scholar, Magdalen 
Hall. Demy of Magdalen 1855 to 1857. Third Class, 
Litt. Hum/ Easter Term 1856. B.A. 11 Dec. 1856. 
M.A. 17 Dec. 1859. (Bloxam, vii. 404.) 

Born 23 Oct. 1832. Educated at Eton. "Of Cannington, 
Somerset, J.P." (F.) 

Joseph Haythorne Edgar. Only son of Joseph Edgar, 
Esq. Born at Weston-super-Mare, Somersetshire, aged 
18. Admitted <. 17 March, 1852. 

B.A. 22 May, 1856. M.A. 10 June, 1858. Name removed 
3 July, 1858. 

Lieutenant, R.A., 1856 to 1859. Took Holy Orders, 1860. 
Principal of a Private School at East Sheen. 

William Frederic Rawdon. Eldest son of William 
Frederic Rawdon, Esq., M.D. Born at Naples, aged 19. 
Admitted <. 17 March, 1852. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1855. First Class, Classics, Mods. 
Easter Term 1854. Second Class, Litt. Hum. Easter 
Term 1856. B.A. 11 Dec. 1856. M.A. 1860. Corn^ 
pounded 27 Oct. 1860. 

Educated at Rugby. In Holy Orders. 

William Thomas Fenfold. Eldest son of Thomas Edward 
Tenfold, Esq. Born in the parish of St George the 
Martyr, London, aged 19. Admitted <?I. 17 March, 
1852. 

B.A. 8 Dec. 1859. M.A. 15 Jan. 1866. Compounded 
8 March, 1869. 

In Holy Orders. 



472 WARDEN SYMONS. [1852. 



Charles William Parker. Eldest son of the Bev. Charles 
Hubert Parker, M.A., of Lincoln College. Born at Great 
Comberton, Worcestershire, aged 19. Admitted (ft. 
17 March, 1852. 

B.A. 22 May, 1856. M.A. 16 April, 1859. Name removed 
22 July, 1859. 

Rector of Bulpham, Essex, 1862 to 1870. Vicar of Downton- 
on-the-Rock, Hereford, 1 Sept. 1880; died 16 Dec. 1881, 
aged 48. 

Henry John Desborough. Second son of Lawrence 
Desborough, Esq. Born at Camber well, Surrey, aged 19. 
Admitted OT. 17 March, 1852. 

B.A. 6 Dec. 1855. M.A. 10 June, 1858. Compounded 
13 Nov. 1869. 

Vicar of Christ Church, Southwark, 1867 to 1876. Rector of 
Barham, Suffolk ; died 15 April, 1877, and is there buried. 

James Dawes. Only son of Edward Dawes, Esq., M.P. 
for the Isle of Wight. Born at St Helen's, Isle of Wight, 
aged 19. Admitted <. 17 March, 1852. 

Name removed 14 Oct. 1857. 

Edward Sydney Williams. Third son of John Williams, 
Esq. Born at Islington, aged 18. Admitted (. 29 April, 
1852. 

Third Class, Classics, Mods. Michaelmas Term 1854. B.A. 
22 May, 1856. M.A. 14 Jan. 1870. Name removed 
21 Dec. 1873. 

George Masters Pyne. Eldest son of the Eev. William 
Masters Pyne, M.A., of Trinity College, Dublin. Born in 
the Parish of St George, Hanover Square, aged 19. 
Admitted OL 10 June, 1852. 

i;.A. 10 June. 1858. M.A. 17 March, 1859. Compounded 
17 Nov. I860. 



1852.] WARDEN SYMONS. 473 

Henry Marcus Clifford. Only son of John Clifford, Esq. 
Born near Hamburg, aged 18. Admitted (JL 10 June, 
1852. 

B.A. 11 Dec. 1856. M.A. 18 May, 1866. Name removed 
3 Dec. 1868. 

Vicar of Fulford, Yorks, 1864 to 1871. 

William Henry Shorland. Eldest son of William Shor- 
land, Esq. Born at Yeovil, aged 18. Admitted (. 
10 June, 1852. 

B.A. 11 Dec. 1856. M.A. 1859. Name removed 22 July, 

1859. 

Rector of Silton, Dorset, 1859 to 1867. Vicar of Oakhill, Bath, 
1878. 

George Mackness. Eldest son of Matthew George Mack- 
ness, Esq. Born at Wellingborough, Northamptonshire, 
aged 17. Admitted <. 29 June, 1852. 

Name removed 30 March, 1854. Crewe Exhibitioner of 
Lincoln Coll. 1854. B.A. 22 May, 1856. M.A. 3 Feb. 
1859. B,D. and D.D. 1871. 

Born 27 Nov. 1834. Exhibitioner of Bedford Grammar School. 
Incumbent of St Mary's, Broughty Ferry, Scotland, 1870. 
Synod Clerk of Brechin, 1892. 

Isaac Bond. Second son of the late Isaac Bond, Esq. 
Born at Stanwix, Cumberland, aged 17. Admitted (!T. 
29 June, 1852. 

Name removed 11 Jan. 1853. 

Frederick Hill Currie. Only son of the late George 
Currie, Esq. Born in the parish of St George's, Colegate, 
Norwich, aged 19. Admitted OL 29 June, 1852. 

B.A. 10 June, 1858. M.A. 22 May, 1863. Name removed 
Michaelmas 1863. 

Born 22 Sept. 1832. Educated at Abingdon Grammar School. 
Tn Holy Order?. 



474 WARDEN SYMONS. [1852-53. 

Ernest Ridsdale Ellaby. Third son of the late Eev. 
Francis Ellaby, M.A., of Catherine Hall, Cambridge. 
Born in the parish of St Pancras, London, aged 18. Ad- 
mitted OL 15 Oct. 1852. Elected g>. 30 June, 1852. 
Elected ^.Jf. 30 June, 1857. M.A. 20 Oct. 1859. 

Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1853 to 1857. Second Class, 
Classics, Mods. Easter Term 1855. Third Class, Litt. 
Hum. Michaelmas Term 1856. B.A. 4 Dec. 1856. 
Elected Librarian 1861 and Junior Bursar from 23 Oct. 
1863 to 1868: Catechist 1870, but always acted by 
deputy. 

Called to the Bar (Lincoln's Inn) 26 Jan. 1864. 

Hugh Allan. Eldest son of the Rev. Hugh Allan, M.A., of 
Aberdeen. Born at Cricklade, Wiltshire, aged 16. Ad- 
mitted (ST. 16 Oct. 1852. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1855. B.A. 14 May, 1856. M.A. 
4 May, 1859. Name removed 22 July, 1859. B.I), and 
D.D. 1893. 

Vicar of Ravenstone, Bucks, 1872. 
Author of Fresh Views of Old Truths. 

Walter Hiley. Third son of Richard Hiley, Esq. Born at 
Leeds, aged 20. Admitted OL 3 Dec. 1852. Admitted 
Clerk 21 Jan. 1854. 

Pigott, Goodridge, and Gerard Exhibitioner 1854, 1855. 
Second Class, Classics, Mods. Michaelmas Term 1854. 
Third Class, Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 1856. B.A. 
10 Dec, 1857. M.A. 12 June, 1862. CT.JE. account 
closed 1873. 

Rector of St John Baptist, Stamford, 1891. 

1853. 

John Capel Hanbury. Second son of the Rev. John 
Hanbury, M.A., of Christ Church. Born in All Saints 
parish, Hereford, aged 19. |E. as (!T. of Pembroke 
College, 3 June, 1852. Admitted (#. of Wadham, 
J4 Jan. 1853. Admitted Clerk the same (lav. 



1853.] WARDEN SYMONS. 475 

Pigott and Goodridge Exhibitioner 1853, 1854, 1855. 
Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1853 to 1855. Second 
Class, Classics, Mods. Michaelmas Term 1854. Second 
Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1856. Fourth Class, Law 
and Mod. Hist. Easter Term 1857. B.A. 18 June, 1857. 
M.A. 30 June, 1859. Name removed 26 March, 1868. 
Chaplain and Divinity Lecturer 1872 to 1880. Hector 
of Bromley Parva, Essex (presented by the College), 
1880 to 1884. Rector of Bourton-on-the-Water, Glouc. 
(presented by the College), 1884; resigned 1888. 

Born 30 June, 1833. Educated at King's College, London. 
Chaplain at Wiesbaden, 1888. 

Alfred Stowe. Third son of William Stowe, Esq., and 
brother of William Henry Stowe (late (ft. 1843), now Jf. 
of Oriel College. Born at Buckingham, aged 19. Ad- 
mitted (ft. 9 March, 1853. Elected Jgj. 1852 : admitted 
24 March, 1853. Elected ^.Jf. 4 June, 1862. M.A. 
26 June, 1862. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1853. Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 
1854 to 1859. Second Class, Classics, Mods. Easter Term 
1855. Third Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1857. B.A. 
12 June, 1857. Elected Bursar 1869. Dean 1870. Re- 
signed Bursarship 1893. Secretary to the Curators of 
the University Chest Dec. 1868 to Dec. 1872. 

Born 20 Nov. 1833. Educated at Rugby. 
Donor of Plate to the College. 

Robert Holdsworth Walker. Eldest son of the Rev. 
Robert Walker, M.A., 01. (late Chaplain 1826 to 1831). 
Born at Alverstoke, Hampshire, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 
9 March, 1853. Elected . 30 June, 1853 : admitted 
15 Oct. 1853. Vacated his ;. by marriage. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1854, 1855. Hody (Greek) Ex- 
hibitioner 1855 to 1856. Maddox Exhibitioner 1856. 
Eirst Class, Math. Mods. Easter Term 1855. First Class, 
Math. Michaelmas Term 1856. First Class, Natural 
Science, Easter Term 1857. B.A. 11 Dec. 1856. M.A. 
15 June, 1859. Compounded 13 March, 1861. 



476 WARDEN SYMONS. [1853. 

Born 4 Oct. 1834. Educated at Repton. 

In Holy Orders. Head Master of Bishops College School, 

Lennoxville, 1867 to 1870. Master of a Private School at St 

Leonard's-on-Sea. 

Henry Graham Lawson. Fourth son of Charles Lawson, 
Esq. Born at Edinburgh, aged 17. Admitted (ft. 
9 March, 1853. 

B.A. 11 Dec. 1856. M.A. 7 July, 1859. Compounded 
13 June, 1865. 

Called to the Bar (Middle Temple) 26 Jan. 1863. 

Edward Mourant. Only son of the late Edward Mourant, 
Esq. Born in St Clement's parish, Jersey, aged 18. 
Admitted (ft. 9 March, 1853. Receiver-General of 
Jersey, Jan. 1886. 

B.A. 1861. M.A. 26 June, 1862. 

Joseph Hordern Jukes. Second son of the late Alfred 
Jukes, Esq. Born at Birmingham, aged 18. Admitted 
(ft. 9 March, 1853. 

B.A. 18 June, 1857. M.A. 5 Nov. 1863. Compounded 
1 June, 1865. 

Born 2 Nov. 1834. Educated at King Edward's School, Bir- 
mingham, and at Rugby. In Holy Orders. 

Francis Charles Cole. Eldest son of Francis Cole, Esq. 
Born at Odiham, Hampshire, aged 19. Admitted (ft. 
9 March, 1853. 

B.A. 30 May, 1857. M.A. 23 June, 1859. Name removed 
6 Feb. 1862. 

Vicar of Long Sutton, Hants, 1863 to 1872. Rector of Skinnand, 

Line., 1874. 

Brother of Arthur R. C., 1860. 

Philip Francis Simcoe. Third son of the Rev. Henry 
Addington Simcoe, M.A. ((ft. 1818), and brother of Henry 
Walcot Simcoe and of Samuel Palmer Simcoe ((ft. 1841 
and 1849). Born at Egloskerry, Cornwall, aged 19. 
Admitted (ft. 9 March, 185;!. Died 12 Oct. 1885. 



1853.] WARDEN SYMONS. 477 

B.A. 22 May, 1858. M.A. 10 June, 1863. OT.jE. account 
closed Lady Day 1867. 

Brother of Paul C. G. S., 1854. 

Robert Griffith. Second son of Charles Griffith, Esq., and 
brother of Charles Griffith ((ft. 1851). Born in the parish 
of St Andrew, Holborn, aged 17. Admitted (. 25 May, 
1853. Elected . 30 June, 1852 : admitted 25 May, 
1853. Elected $.,#. 4 June, 1862. M.A. 26 June, 
1862 (sic but ?). Died 10 Dec. 1863. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1853. Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 
1853 to 1859. First Class, Classics, Mods. Easter Term 
1855. Ireland Scholar 1856. Second Class, Litt. Hum. 
Michaelmas Term 1857. B.A. 3 June, 1858. 
Assistant Master in Wellington College. 

Charles Milliard Miller. Only son of the Eev. Charles 
Miller, M.A., of Merton College. Born at Cheswardine, 
Shropshire, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 25 May, 1853. 

B.A. 10 Dec. 1857. M.A. 7 June, 1860. Name removed 
8 Nov. 1860. 

Thomas Stiverd Plimley Vores. Only son of the Eev. 
Thomas Vores, M.A. (late $. 1831). Born at Wallastone, 
Gloucestershire, aged 17. Admitted (ft. 25 May, 1853. 

He only resided for two terms. Name removed 22 July, 
1859. 

John Thomas Thorley. Only son of the late John 
Thorley, Esq., and cousin of George Earlam Thorley (. 
1849). Born at Tarporley, Cheshire, aged 18. Admitted 
<E. 25 May, 1853. 

Name removed 23 Nov. 1872. 
Educated at St Paul's School. 

Charles John Powlett. Eldest son of the Eev. Percy 
William Powlett, M.A., of Trinity College, Oxford. Born 
at Rugby, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 29 June, 1853. 
Elected 5. 30 June, 1853: admitted 15 Oct. 1853. 
Resined his . 



478 WARDEN SYMONS. [1853. 

Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1854 to 1859 ; resigned on 
entering the Indian Civil Service 1859. First Class, 
Classics, Mods. Michaelmas Term 1855. First Class, 
Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 1857. B.A. 10 June, 
1858. Name removed 23 Feb. 1865. 

Joint Magistrate and Deputy Collector, First Grade, North 

West Provinces, 1871. 

John Gully. Second son of John Gully, Esq. Born at 
Ackworth, Yorkshire, aged 18. Admitted <!l. 29 June, 
1853. 

Second Class, Natural Science Michaelmas Term 1857. 
B.A. 10 Dec. 1857. M.A. 9 Feb. 1860. Name removed 
10 July, 1860. 

Called to the Bar (Inner Temple) 30 April, 1860. 

Maurice Byles Cowell. Third son of the late Charles 
Cowell, Esq. Born in St Clement's Parish, Ipswich, 
aged 18. Admitted <. 29 June, 1853. 

Fourth Class, Law and Mod. Hist. Michaelmas Term 1857. 
B.A. 17 Dec. 1857. M.A. 7 Xov. 1861. 

Vicar of Ash Bocking, Suffolk, 1862. 

William Ryton Andrews. Eldest son of Thomas Handle 
Andrews, Esq. Born at Wolverhampton, aged 18. Ad- 
mitted <. 29 June, 1853. 

Second Class, Nat. Science Michaelmas Term 1857. B.A. 
3 Dec. 1857. M.A. 9 Feb. 1860. Name removed Feb. 
1860. 

Rector of Harlington, Middlesex, 1870 to 1873. Rector of 
Teffont Ewyas, Wilts, 1873 to 1892. 
Brother of John A., 1855. 

Francis Bay ley Shackell. Born in St John's Parish, 
Hackney, aged 18. Admitted OT. 30 June, 1853. 
(Second son of the late Henry Shackell, Esq.) 

Name removed 28 Jan. 1854. . of Oriel. Coll. First 
Class, Classics, Mods. Michaelmas Term 1855. Second 
Class, Litt, Hum. Michaelmas Term 1857. B.A. 1858. 
M.A. 1860. 



1853.] WARDEN SYMONS. 479 

Educated at Charterhouse. 

"Died 14 May, 1861, at Stoke-Newington by his own hand, 
the Rev. F. B. S., Curate of Holy Trinity, Winchester, aged 26. 
. . . The Coroner's Jury returned a verdict of temporary 
insanity." (G. May., 131. I. 703.) 

Arthur Philip Morres. Third son of Elliot Morres, Esq., 
Lieutenant, E.N., and brother of Kobert Elliot Morres 
((ft. 1845). Born at Wokingham, Berkshire, aged 18. 
Admitted (ft. 19 Oct. 1853. 

B.A. 10 Dec. 1857. M.A. 3 July, 1862. CLJE. account 
closed Christmas 1863. 

Educated at Winchester. Incumbent of East Harnham, 1861 
to 186S. Vicar of Britford, Wilts, 1868, 

John Prescott. Eldest son of the late William Budd 
Prescott, Esq. Born in Walton Parish, Liverpool, aged 
19. Admitted (ft. 19 Oct. 1853. 

B.A. 1 Dec. 1859. M.A. 5 Nov. 1863. Compounded 
10 Dec. 1874. 

Born 14 July, 1834. Educated at Liverpool College and 
Marlborough. Of Dalton Grange, Lane., J.P. 

William Hickman. Third son of George Hickman, Esq. 
Born at Great Mario w, Buckinghamshire, aged 18. Ad- 
mitted (E. 19 Oct. 1853. 

Third Class, Law and Mod. Hist. Michaelmas Term 1857. 
B.A. 17 Dec. 1857. M.A. 19 May, 1870. Name removed 
19 May, 1870. 

Vicar of Christ Church, Warminster, 1867, J.P. 

Alexander Swiney. Third son of George Swiney, Esq., 
Lieutenant in H.E.I.C.'s Service. Born at Calcutta, 
aged 18. Admitted 01. 19 Oct. 1853. 

Name removed Michaelmas 1854. Admitted Pensioner 
of Peterhouse, Cambridge, 17 June, 1856. LL.B. 1860. 
LL.M. 1866. 

Hector of Bradfield St Clare, Suffolk, 1873. 



480 WARDEN SYMONS. [1853-54. 

John Henry Overton. Only son of the late Francis 
Overton, Esq. Born at Louth, Lincolnshire, aged 18. 
Admitted OL 24 Nov. 1853. 

Name removed 29 April, 1854. &. of Lincoln Coll. 1854. 

First Class, Classics, Mods. Michaelmas Term 1855. 

Third Class, Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 1857. B.A. 

22 May, 1858. M.A. 25 May, 1860. Hon. D.D. 

(Edinburgh) 1890. 

Educated at Rugby. Vicar of Legbourne, Line., 1860 to 1883. 
Canon of Stow Longa (Lincoln), 1879. Vicar of Epworth, 
1883. 

Author of The English Church in the Eighteenth Century ; William 
Laiv, Nonjuror and Mystic ; Life in the English Church ; Evan- 
gelical Revival of the Eighteenth Century, &c. 

1854. 

John Joseph Nunn. Eldest son of John Nunn, Esq. 
Born at St Peter's, Nottingham, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 
8 March, 1854. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1856. Third Class, Math. Mods. 

Easter Term 1856. Second Class, Math. Easter Term 

1858. B.A. 17 June, 1858. Name removed 13 April, 
1859. 

Thomas Walker Sale. Eldest son of the Eev. Thomas 
Sale, M.A., of Magdalen College, Oxford. Born at 
Edmonton, Middlesex, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 8 March, 
1854. 

Fourth Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1857. B.A. 10 June, 
1858. M.A. 30 May, 1861. CT.Jtt. account closed Lady 
Day 1867. 

Educated at Rugby. Vicar of Attercliffe, 1864. Vicar of 
Skendleby, Line., 1872. Diocesan Inspector of Schools, 1874 
to 1886. Rector of Halton-Holgate, Line., 1883. 

John Hooper. Eldest son of William Hooper, Esq. Born 
at East Harptree, Somersetshire, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 
8 March, 1854. 

Name removed 28 Oct. 1856. 

Brother of William II., 1855, and Henry II., 1861. 



1854.] WARDEN SYMONS. 481 

Arthur Steinkopff Thompson. Second son of Theophilus 
Thompson, Esq., M.D., of Edinburgh. Born in St 
Pancras Parish, London, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 8 March, 
1854. 

Second Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1858. Third Class, 
Law and Mod. Hist. Michaelmas Term 1858. B.A. 
17 June, 1858. M.A. 10 April, 1861. B.D. 23 June, 
1869. Compounded 8 July, 1868. 

Born 27 Dec. 1837. Educated at St Paul's School. Chaplain 

at St Petersburg, 1863 to 1877. Vicar of Arundel, 1879. 

Vicar of Baulking, Berks, 1890. Vicar of Little Marlow, 1892. 

Author of Sermons preached abroad to English worshippers. 

Glanville Stephenson. Second son of Edward Simon 
Stephenson, Esq. Born in St Margaret's Parish, West- 
minster, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 8 March, 1854. 
B.A. 30 June, 1859. M.A. 6 Dec. 1860. Compounded 
13 March, 1861. 

Educated at Winchester. Solicitor. 

George Batley. Eldest son of George Batley, Esq. Born 
at Everton, Liverpool, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 8 March, 
1854. 

Name removed 15 Dec. 1857. 

George Herbert. Second son of the Rev. John Herbert, 
M.A. (late (ft. 1816). Born at Wonastow, Monmouth- 
shire, aged 19. Admitted (ft. 8 March, 1854. 
B.A. 11 March, 1858. Name removed 3 July, 1858. 

Vicar of King's Pyon, Heref., 1876 to 1884. Eector of Llanrothal, 
Hereford, 1890. Rector of Ganarew, Hereford, 1893. 

Frederic Thomas Maingay. Second son of William 
Maingay, Esq. Born at St Petersburg!!, aged 18. Ad- 
mitted (ft. 8 March, 1854. 
Name removed 5 Feb. 1858. 

Hopewell Baker Morrell. Second son of James Wright 
Morrell, Esq. Born at Forthampton, Gloucestershire, 
aged 17. Admitted (ft. 8 March, 1854. 
Name removed 9 Dec, 1857. 

Born 1836 ; of Cae Mawr and Moulsford, Berks, J.P. 

2 II 



482 WARDEN SYMONS. [1854. 

Arthur Gresley Hellicar. Eldest son of the late Eev. 
Ames Hellicar, M.A., of Trinity College, Oxford. Born 
at Curry Eivel, Somerset, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 3 May, 
1854 Admitted Clerk 10 Oct. 1856. 

Pigott and Goodridge Exhibitioner 1856. Third Class, 
Litt. Hum. Easter Term. 1858. B.A. 9 Dec. 1858. M.A. 
22 Nov. 1860. Name removed and account closed 
Michaelmas 1868. 

Vicar of Bromley, Kent, 1 8(55. 

John Kemys George Spencer Churchill. Second son 
of Charles Spencer Churchill, Esq., of London. Matricu- 
lated (as (ft.) 3 May, 1854. 

Name removed 29 Dec. 1854. 

Born 27 Dec. 1835. President of the Virgin Islands, April 
1879 to Jan. 1881. 

Edward Henry Whinyates. Second son of Frederick 
William Whinyates, Esq., Lieutenant-Colonel, E.E. Born 
at Woolwich, aged 18. Admitted (it. 3 May, 1854. 

B.A. 9 Dec, 1858. Name removed 29 Oct. 1860. 

Educated at Rugby. Rector of Fretherne, Glouc., 1882. 

Michael Edward Rowlandson. Only son of the Eev. 
Edward Eowlandson, M.A., late Michel Fellow of Queen's 
College. Born at North Bradley, Wilts, aged 18. Ad- 
mitted (ft. 3 May, 1854. 

B.A. 28 Jan. 1858. M.A. 25 Oct. 1860. OT.JE. account 
closed Christmas 1865. 

John Wilbey Preston. Only son of the Eev. Stephen 
Preston, of Lincoln College, Oxford. Born at Louth, 
Lincolnshire, aged 17. Admitted (ft. 14 June, 1854. 

B.A. 10 June, 1858. M.A. 29 May, 1868. Compounded 
29 May, 1868. 

Of Dolby Park, Spilsby, Line., J.P. 



1854.] WARDEN SYMONS. 483 

John Sinclair Stewart. Third son of Stair Stewart, 
Esq. Born at Glasserton, in Wigtownshire, Scotland, 
aged 17. Admitted (ft. 14 June, 1854. 

B.A. 25 Nov. 1858. M.A. 26 June, 1862. (JT.JE. account 
closed 1871. 

Rector of Charmouth, Dorset, 1879 to 1883. Vicar of Loders, 
Dorset, 1883 to 1886. Vicar of Winterbourne Stoke, Wilts, 
1886. 

Frederick Frost. Second son of William Frost, Esq. 
Born at Hackney, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 14 June, 

1854. 

B.A. 9 Dec. 1858. M.A. 8 June, 1868. 

Educated at Merchant Taylors' School. 
In Holy Orders. 

Paul Creed Gwillim Simcoe. Fourth son of the Hev. 
Henry Addington Simcoe, M.A. ((Jt. 1818), and brother 
of Henry Walcot Simcoe and Samuel Palmer Simcoe 
(late (ft. 1841 and 1849), and of Philip Francis Simcoe 
(fit. 1853). Born at (? Penheale, Cornwall), aged 18. 
Admitted <. 14 June, 1854. 

Name removed 3 June, 1863. 
" Died Feb. 1875." (F.) 

Alain Tudor Craig. Third son of the Eev. John Kershaw 
Craig, B.A., of Magdalen Hall, Oxford. Born at Edmon- 
ton, aged 17. Admitted OT. 14 June, 1854. 

Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1854 to 1858. Fourth Class, 
Math. Michaelmas Term 1857. B.A. 14 May, 1858. 
M.A. 7 Feb. 1861. Name removed 16 Oct. 1861. 

In Holy Orders. 

William Maunder Hitchcock. Second son of George 
Hitchcock, Esq. Born at London, aged 18. Admitted 
Or. 29 June, 1854. 



484 WARDEN SYMONS. [1854. 

Fourth Class, Nat. Science Michaelmas Term 1857. B.A. 

22 April, 1858. M.A. 18 May, 1861. Compounded 

Midsummer 1866. 

Born 18 July, 1835. Educated at King's College, London. 
Incumbent of Bussage, Glouc., 1859 ; of Shildon, Durham, 1862. 
Rector of Whitburn, Durham, 1866. Hon. Canon of Durham, 
1868. Examining Chaplain to Bishop of Durham, 1868. Vicar 
of Eomford, Essex, 1881. Vicar of East Farleigh, Kent, 1888. 

Charles Robert Wood. Eldest son of Eichard Wood, 
Esq. Born at North Leech, Gloucestershire, aged 18. 
Admitted <. 30 June, 1854. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1857. Third Class, Litt. Hum. 
Easter Term 1858. Third Class, Law and Mod. Hist. 
Michaelmas Term 1858. B.A. 3 Feb. 1859. M.A. 1865. 
Compounded Midsummer 1866. 
Rector of Bredfield, Suffolk, 1880. 

Thomas Graham Jackson. Only son of Hugh Jackson, 

Esq., Solicitor. Born at Hampstead, aged 18. JE. as <. 

of Corpus Christi College 9 March, 1854. Elected . of 

Wadham 30 June, 1854. Admitted <. (and 0?.) 14 

Oct. 1854. B.A. 26 May, 1858. M.A. 10 June, 1863. 

Second Class, Classics Mods. Michaelmas Term 1856. 

Third Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1858. $Mf. 

11 May, 1864. Jf. 1865. Elected Bursar (but did not 

act) 1879. Eesigned ,-Jf. 1880. Honorary JF. 1882. 

Born at Heath Street, Hampstead, 21 Dec. 1835. Educated at 

Brighton College. Pupil of Sir Gilbert Scott, R.A., 1858 to 

1861. Architect of the New Schools, Oxford, 1876, restoration 

of Bodley, 1876 ; also of New Buildings for Trinity, Hertford, 

Brasenose, Balliol, Corpus Christi, and Lincoln Colleges, and 

other buildings in Oxford ; also of New buildings for the Inner 

Temple, London, and several Public Schools ; also of the New 

Campanile for the Cathedral of Zara in Dalmatia, &c. F.S.A., 

1884. A.R.A., 1892. 

Author of Modem Gothic Architecture; Dalmatia, Istria, and 
the Quarnero ; History of Wadham College, &c. 

Darrell Holled Webb Horlock. Only son of the Rev. 
Darrell Cave Smith Horlock, D.D. Born at Box, Wilts, 
aged 17. Admitted OT. 19 Oct. 1854. 



1854.1 WARDEN SYMONS. 485 

B.A. 23 June, 1859. M.A. 7 June, 1866. Compounded 
? Christmas 1866. 

Vicar of St John's, Yale, British Columbia, 1882, of Kamloops, 
1884 to 1887. 

Samuel Lilckendey Warren. Eldest son of Samuel 
Warren, Esq., D.C.L., Queen's Counsel, Eecorder for Hull, 
F.RS. Born in the parish of St George's, Bloomsbury, 
aged 18. JE. as OL of Magdalen Hall 24 Feb. 1854 
Elected . of Wadham 30 June, 1854 Admitted (ft. 
23 Oct. 1854 B.A. 10 June, 1859. M.A. 10 June, 
1863. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1855. Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 
1856 to 1859. Third Class, Classics Mods. Easter Term 
1856. Third Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1858. 
Elected $.JF. 11 May, 1864 Divinity Lecturer and 
Catechist 1868. Dean 1868. Eesigned Jf. on marriage 
1870. Eector of Esher, Surrey, 1870. Compounded 
12 Oct. 1870. 

Educated at Eton. Vicar of Kennington, Berks, 1865 to 1868. 
Author of The Five Books of the Psalms, with Marginal Notes. 
Donor of Plate to the College. 

George Gavin Maclean. Eldest son of George Maclean, 
Esq. Born at Lymington, Hampshire, aged 18. Ad- 
mitted OL 8 Dec. 1854 

Fourth Class, Nat. Science Michaelmas Term 1859. B.A. 
25 Nov. 1858. M.A. 6 June, 1861. Compounded 3 Dec. 
1861. 

Vicar of Nutley, Sussex, 1872 to 1882. Vicar of Southrop, 
Glouc., on presentation of the College, 1882 to 1893. Vicar of 
Wadhurst, Sussex, 1893. 

George Grainger Gass. Eldest son of William Eden 
Cass, Esq., Surgeon. Born at Goole, Yorkshire, aged 19. 
Admitted OL 8 Dec. 1854 

B.A. 25 Nov. 1858. Name removed 17 Nov. 1862. M.A. 
1888. 

Vicar of Middlesmoor, Yorks, 1864. 



486 WARDEN SYMONS. [1855. 



1855. 

William Bayly Heath. Only son of William Heath, 
Esq. Born at Weymouth, Dorset, aged 16. Admitted 
(ft. 31 Jan. 1855. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1856. Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 
1857 to 1859. First Class, Math, and Second Class, 
Classics Mods. Easter Term 1857. Third Class, Litt. 
Hum. Michaelmas Term 1858. Second Class, Math. 
Easter Term 1859. B.A. 25 Nov. 1858. M.A. 1866. 
Compounded 14 Oct. 1873. 

Born 31 March, 1838. Educated at Bath Grammar School and 
privately. Called to the Bar (Inner Temple) 18 Nov. 1861. 

William Hooper. Second son of William Hooper, Esq., 
E.N., and brother of John Hooper ((ft. 1854). Born at 
East Harptree, Somerset, aged 17. Admitted (ft. 31 Jan. 
1855. 

Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1856 to 1860. Boclen 
(Sanskrit) Scholar 1857. First Class, Litt. Hum. Easter 
Term 1859. B.A. 23 June, 1859. M.A. 6 June, 1861. 
Name removed 22 June, 1861. B.D. and D.D. 1887. 

Born 27 Sept. 1837. Educated at Bath Grammar School. 

In Holy Orders. Missionary, C.M.S., in India. 

Author of a Greek-Hindi Lexicon, and other works in Hindi 

and Urdu. 

Brother of Henry H., 1861. 

Richard William Southby. Eldest son of Richard 

Worlidge Southby, Esq. Born at Yateley, Hampshire, 
aged 18. Admitted (ft. 31 Jan. 1855. 

B.A. 27 Oct. 1858. M.A. 23 May, 1861. Name removed 
25 March, 1874. 

Born 20 Aug. 1836. Subsequently proceeded to Wells Theo- 
logical College. Examiner for the Civil Service, Bristol 
District. Chaplain to Park Row Asylum, Bristol, 187!). 
Brother of Arthur S., 18G2. 



1855.] WARDEN SYMONS. 487 

John Tomlinson. Eldest son of William John Tomlinson, 
Esq. Born at Liverpool, aged 17. Admitted (ft. 31 Jan. 
1855. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1858. Third Class, Law and Mod. 
Hist. Michaelmas Term 1858. B.A. 14 Jan. 1859. 
M.A. 21 Nov. 1861. M.A. (ad eundem, Cantab.) 1863. 
Name removed 18 Feb. 1875. 

Chaplain to Bishop of Brisbane, 1860 to 1865. Vicar of Great 
Haywood, Staff., 1872. Rector of Whittington, Derb., 1892. 

Frederick Halcombe. Third son of Thomas Halcombe, 
Esq. Born at High Trees, near Marlborough, Wilts, 
aged 18. Admitted OL 23 March, 1855. Admitted ,. 
same da} 7 , having been elected 30 June, 1854. Kesigned 
his . 24 Nov. 1864. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1855, 1856. Second Class, Classics 
Mods. Easter Term 1857. Fourth Class, Litt. Hum. 
Easter Term 1859. B.A. 23 June, 1859. Name removed 
2 May, 1865. Eeplaced in 1878 for M.A. (in absentia). 

Resident in Xew Zealand. 

James Mew. Only son of George Mew, Esq., Barrister-at- 
Law. Born at St Andrew's, High Holborn, aged 18. 
Admitted <. 23 March, 1855. 

Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1855 to 1859. Second Class, 
Classics and Math. Mods. Easter Term 1857. Pusey 
and Ellerton Scholar 1858. Third Class, Litt. Hum. 
and Fourth Class, Math. Easter Term 1859. Kennicott 
Scholar 1860. B.A. 7 June, 1860. Name removed 
27 May, 1865. 

Educated at Merchant Taylors' School. Called to the Bar 
(Inner Temple) 26 Jan. 1864. 

Alexander Smyth. Eldest son of John Alexander Smyth, 
Esq. Born at Edmonton, aged 19. Admitted (ft. 2 May, 
1855. 

Name removed 23 Oct. 1856. 



488 WARDEN SYMONS. [1855. 

Edward Leeds. Eldest son of Edward Leeds, Esq. Born 
at Manchester, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 2 May, 1855. 

Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1856 to ?1859. Second 
Class, Classics Mods. Easter Term 1857. First Class, 
Nat. Science Easter Term 1859. B.A. 10 June, 1859. 
M.A. and B.M. 18 June, 1863. (.JE. account closed 
Christmas 1867. 

Henry Nicholls. Only son of the Eev. Benjamin Elliott 
Nicholls, M.A., of Queens' College, Cambridge. Born at 
Walthamstow, aged 18. Admitted (. 2 May, 1855. 

B.A. 3 Feb. 1859. M.A. 26 June, 1862. Compounded 
.Christmas 1866. 

Born 31 Oct. 1836. Educated at Brighton College ; ordained 
Deacon 1859 and Priest 1860. Resigned Orders 1872. 

James Edmund Vernon. Third son of the Eev. William 
Hardy Vernon, M.A., of Magdalen Hall, Oxford. Born 
at Carshalton, Surrey, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 2 May, 
1855. 

B.A. 3 Feb. 1859. <.j&. account finally closed Christmas 
1863. Migrated to Magdalen Hall. M.A. 1865. 

Incumbent of Withiel Florey 1867. Vicar of Bicknoller, Som., 
1869 to 1877. Vicar of Olveston, Glouc., 1885. 

Thomas Dowling 1 . Second son of Thomas Dowling, Esq. 
Born at Chew Magna, Somerset, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 
2 May, 1855. 

First Class, Nat. Science Easter Term 1859. B.A. 7 July, 
1859. M.A. 26 June, 1861. Name removed 1 Dec. 
1862. 

In Holy Orders. 

Brother of George B. D., 1861. 

John Andrews. Second son of Thomas Randle Andrews, 

Esq., and brother of William Keyton Andrews ((. 1853). 
Born at Wolverhampton, nged 18. Admitted (ft. 2 May, 
1855. 



1855.] WARDEN SYMONS. 489 

B.A. 3 Pel). 1859. C.Jtt. account closed Midsummer 1867. 
M.A. 26 Oct. 1893. Appointed Estates Bursar Oct. 1893. 
Born 2 Feb. 1837. Called to the Bar (Middle Temple) 30 April, 
1860. Subsequently admitted Solicitor, 1866. 
Author of Precedents of Leases and Mortgages ; Studies in 
Photography, 

William Henry Bloxsome. Eldest son of the Eev. 
William Henry Bloxsome, M.A., of Wadham College ((0!. 
1827). Born at North Nibley, near Dursley, Gloucester- 
shire, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 22 June, 1855. 
B.A. 4 May, 1859. M.A. 26 June, 1862. Compounded 
Christmas 1866. 

Eector of Mawgan, Corn., 1870. 
Brother of Edward J. B., 1858. 

Henry Short Awdry. Eldest son of Henry Goddard 
Awdry, Esq., Solicitor. Born at Melksham, Wilts, 
aged 18. Admitted 4L 22 June, 1855. 
Name removed 20 Oct. 1857. 

Edward Rodney Cecil Fechell. Fourth son of Captain 
George Samuel Pechell, E.N. Born at Beverley House, 
East Meon, near Petersfield, Hants, aged 17. Admitted 
41. 22 June, 1855. 

Name removed 23 Oct. 1857. 

"Hon. Major in H.M. Army ; died 11 Nov. 1880." (F.) 

William Hancock Wheeler. Third son of the Eev. 

Daniel Wheeler, B.A., of St Edmund Hall, Oxford. Born 
at Blagdon, Somerset, aged 17. Admitted <, 22 June, 
1855. 

Fourth Class, Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 1858. B.A. 
1 Dec. 1859. Name removed Lady Day 1860. 

Born 6 July, 1837. Vicar of Berrow, Somerset, 1863 ; resigned 

from ill health in 1881. 

Author of Spiritual Gleanings, 1883. 

John Mugliston. Eldest son of James Mugliston, Gentle- 
man. Born at Kepton, Derbyshire, aged 17. Admitted 



490 WARDEN SYMONS. [1855. 

(ft. 29 June, 1855. Elected &. 30 June, 1856. Admitted 
>. 11 Oct. 1856. 

First Class, Classics, Mods. Easter Term 1858. Fourth 
Class, Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 1859. B.A. 8 Dec. 
1859. M.A. 7 June, 1862. Compounded 10 June, 1864. 
Select Preacher 1892 to 1894. 

Assistant Master in Cheltenham College 1866. In Holy 

Orders. 

Samuel Christopher Morgan. Eldest son of the Eev. 
Samuel Francis Morgan, M.A., of Queen's College, Oxford. 
Born at Winson Lodge, near Birmingham, aged 18. Ad- 
mitted <. 29 June, 1855. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1858. B.A. 8 Dec. 1859. M.A. 
6 Feb. 1862. Name removed 3 Nov. 1863; replaced 
30 June, 1881. B.D. and D.D. 1881. 

Vicar of Aldershot 1864. Vicar of Christ Church, Greenwich, 
1869. Vicar of Eoxeth, Middlesex, 1873. Vicar of Swansea, 
1876. Vicar of St Mary's, Leamington, 1884. Vicar of 
Ebrington, Glouc., 1893. 
Brother of Frances A. M., 1856. 

Richard Fletcher. Third son of Francis Fletcher, Esq. 
Born at Hornsey, Middlesex, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 
30 June, 1855. Elected . 30 June, 1855. Admitted 
S,. 13 Oct. 1855. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1856. Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 
1856 to 1861. Second Class, Classics, Mods. Michaelmas 
Term 1857. Second Class, Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 
1859. B.A. 8 Dec. 1859. M.A. 17 Dec. 1864. Com- 
pounded 13 June, 1865. 

Assistant-Master and Chaplain of Highgate School (where he 

was educated) ; "died 15 Nov. 1873." (F.) 

Angelo John Lewis. Eldest son of John Lewis, Esq. 
Born at St Pancras, Middlesex, aged 16. Admitted <. 
24 Oct. 1855. 

B.A. 23 June, 1859. M.A. 22 May, 1862. Compounded 
9 Oct. 1862. 

Born 23 July, 1839. Educated at North London Collegiate 
School. Called to the Bar (Lincoln'* Inn) 28 Jan. 1861. 
Author of Manuals of Indian Law, &c. 



1855.] WARDEN SYMONS. 491 

Herbert Cowell. Second son of Geogre Kersey Cowell, Esq., 
Surgeon, deceased, and cousin of Maurice Byles Cowell 
(<. 1853). Born at Ipswich, aged 18. Admitted <E. 
21 Nov. 1855. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1857. Stanhope Essay Prize 1857 ; 
" The Character and Place of Wickliffe as a Beformer." 
Second Class, Math. Mods. Easter Term 1858. Second 
Class, Law and Mod. Hist. Easter Term 1859. B.A. 
23 June, 1859. (JLJtt. account closed Christmas 1867. 

Called to the Bar (Middle Temple) 18 Nov. 1861. Went to 
Calcutta as Tagore Law Lecturer. 

Richard Hudson Smithell. Only son of Kichard Mainger 
Smithell, Esq. Born at Salmstone Grange, Isle of 
Thanet, aged 17. Admitted L 21 Nov. 1855. 

First Class, Law and Mod. Hist. Michaelmas Term 1859. 
B.A. 17 Dec. 1859. M.A. 26 June, 1862. Name removed 
September, 1872. 

Called to the Bar (Inner Temple) 1 May, 1865 ; " died 23 Jan. 
1888." (F.) 

Samuel Chamberlain. Fourth son of Henry Chamberlain 
Esq. Born at Desford, Leicestershire, aged 19. Ad- 
mitted 01. 21 Nov. 1855. 

B.A. 17 Dec. 1859. M.A. 7 June, 1862. Name removed 
27 Oct. 1862. 

Rector of Hargrave, Suffolk, 1867. 

William Edward Rowlands. Second son of William 

Kowlands, Esq. Born at Worcester, aged 18. Admitted 
(K. 21 Nov. 1855. 

B.A. 13 Dec. 1859. Name removed Midsummer 1868 ; 
replaced 8 Oct. 1873 for M.A. degree. 

Missionary (C.M.S.), Diocese of Colombo, 1861. 
Brother of John Richard R., 1859. 



492 WARDEN SYMONS. [1856. 



1856. 

William Antony Jones. Eldest son of John Jones, Esq. 
Born at Edmonton, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 11 March, 
1856. 

B.A. 7 June, 1860. M.A. 26 June, 1862. CJE. account 
closed 1882. 

Called to the Bar (Lincoln's Inn) 6 June, 1864 

Francis Augustine Morgan. Second son of Kev. Samuel 
Francis Morgan, M.A., of Queen's College, and brother of 
Samuel Christopher Morgan ((ft. 1855). Born at Bir- 
mingham, aged 17. Admitted (ft. 11 March, 1856. 

B.A. 7 June, 1860. M.A. 19 March, 1863. Name removed 
Feb. 1865. 

Vicar of St Paul's, Bath, 1869. Vicar of Broadway, Wore., 

1887. 

John Wilson Wilson. Eldest son of Edward Wilson, Esq., 
M.D. Born at Newcastle-under-Lyne, Staffordshire, 
aged 18. Admitted <. 11 March, 1856. 

Name removed 17 May, 1859. 

Evelyn Joseph Hone. Eldest son of the Kev. Richard 
Brindley Hone, M.A., of Brasenose College, Archdeacon 
of Worcester. Born at Halesowen, Worcester, aged 18. 
Admitted <. 3 April, 1856. Elected >. 30 June, 1855. 
Admitted <. 3 April, 1856. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1856 (the last Scholar Exhibitioner). 
Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1859 to 1862. First Class, 
Classics, Mods. Easter Term 1858. Third Class, Litt. 
Hum. Easter Term 1860. B.A. 13 Dec. 1860. M.A. 
13 May, 1863. 

Born 11 July, 1837. Educated at Harrow. Incumbent of 
Wentworth, 1865. Warden of St Leonard's Hall, St Andrews, 



1856.] WARDEN SYMONS 493 

1868. Chaplain of King's College, London, 1869. Warden of 
the Church of England Hall, Owens College, Manchester, 
1870. Rector of West Allington, Line., 1874. Vicar of 
Burlesdon, Hants, 1879. Vicar of St John's, Deptford, 1885. 

Joseph Hayward. Only son of Joseph Hayward, Esq. 
Born at Beechingstoke, near Devizes, Wilts, aged 18. 
Admitted (ft. 16 April, 1856. Admitted Clerk 24 Jan. 
1857. 

Pigott and Goodridge Exhibitioner 1857, 1858. Second 
Class, Classics, Mods. Easter Term 1858. Fourth Class, 
Nat. Science Michaelmas Term, 1859. B.A. 8 March, 
1860. Name removed 23 April, 1860. 

Thomas Cawley. Only surviving son of James Cawley, 
Esq., and brother of William Cawley, deceased ((ft. 1850), 
aged 22. Born at Winwick, Lancashire. Admitted (ft. 
28 May, 1856. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1859. B.A. 13 Dec. 1860. Name 
removed 13 June, 1861 ; replaced 17 May, 1864. .j&. 
account closed Jan. 1873. 

Vicar of Thurton, Norf., 1873 to 1876. Eector of Ashford, 
Devon, 1880. Rector of Bittadon, Devon, 1883 to 1890. 

Edward Laws. Eldest son of John Miligan Laws, Captain, 
R.N. Born at Lamphey Court, near Pembroke, aged 19. 
Admitted (ft. 28 May, 1856. 

Name removed 28 April, 1858. 

Born 17 April, 1837. Educated at Rugby. Late Lieutenant 
35th (Royal Sussex) Regiment ; of Tenby ; J.P. for Pembroke- 
shire and Tenby. 
Author of Little England beyond JVales, 1888. 

William Mayou Daniel. Eldest son of William Thomas 
Shane Daniel, Esq., Q.C. Born at St Pancras, London, 
aged 19. Admitted (ft. 28 May, 1856. 

B.A. 6 Dec. 1860. Name removed 4 Oct. 1861. 
Vicar of Lower Wakering, Essex, 1866 to 1885. 



494 WARDEN SYMONS. [1856-57. 

Walsingham Evered. Second son of the Eev. Charles 
William Henry Evered, B.A., of Corpus Christ! College, 
Cambridge. Born at Exton, near Dulverton, Somerset, 
aged 18. Admitted OT. 28 May, 1856. 

Name removed 20 Oct. 1857. 

Edward Lake. Eldest son of Edward Lake, Esq. Born 
at Hoo, near Kochester, aged 19. Admitted (ft. 22 Oct. 
1856. 

Second Class, Nat. Science Michaelmas Term 1860. B.A. 
6 Dec. 1860. M.A. 22 May, 1863. e.JE. account 
closed 3 Oct. 1874. 

Charles Edward Gamidge. Eldest son of the Rev. 
Charles Joseph Camidge, M.A., of Catherine Hall, Cam- 
bridge. Born at Poppleton, near York, aged 19. Ad- 
mitted OL 22 Oct. 1856. 

B.A. 10 May, 1860. M.A. 22 May, 1863. Name removed 
19 June, 1863. Hon. D.D. 1887. 

Vicar of Hedon, 1868. Rector of Wheldrake, 1873. Vicar of 
Thirsk, 1876. Prebendary of York, 1882. Bishop of Bathurst, 
New South Wales, 18 Oct. 1887. 
Author of a History of Wakefield. 

John Henry Bright. Eldest son of James Richard 
Percival Bright, M.D. Born at Wimbledon, Surrey, 
aged 18. Admitted <. 22 Oct. 1856. 

Name removed 9 Jan. 1860. 

Proceeded to St Bees, 1862. 

Chaplain of St Mark's (the Mayor's Chapel), Bristol, 1877. 



1857. 

George Ernest Ward. Second son of the Rev. John 
Ward, M.A., of Christ's College, Cambridge. Born at 
Great Bedwyn, Wilts, aged 18. JE. as (ST. of Queen's 
College, Oxford, 29 May, 1856. Elected . of Wadham 
30 June, 1856. Admitted <JL and . 24 Jan. 1857. 



1857.] WARDEN SYMONS. 495 

Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1859 to 1861. Second Class, 
Classics Mods. Easter Term 1858. B.A. 28 June, 1860. 
Name removed 14 June, 1861. Eeplaced 1889. M.A. 
1891. 

Entered the Bengal Civil Service 1859, retired 1889. 

Henry Linton. Eldest son of the Rev. Henry Linton, 
M.A., of Magdalen College, Oxford. Born at Diddington, 
Huntingdonshire, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 18 March, 

1857. 

B.A. 28 June, 1860. Name removed 14 June, 1861. M.A. 
10 Feb. 1870. 

Entered the Madras Civil Service 1860. Died at Madras. 
Brother of Sidney L., 1860. 

Edward Hester. Fourth son of James Torry Hester, Esq., 
Surgeon, F.E.C.S. Born at Abingdon, Berks, aged 19. 
Admitted <. 18 March, 1857. 

Name removed 22 June, 1860. 

Charles Edward Faddon. Only son of John Edward 
Paddon, Esq., Solicitor. Born at Fareham, Hants, aged 18. 
Admitted <. 18 March, 1857. 

B.A. 6 June, 1861. Name removed 3 Dec. 1861. 

William Henry Gale. Only son of the Rev. William 
Wilkins Gale, M.A., of Pembroke College, Oxford. Born 
at Kingston Deverill, Wilts, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 
18 March, 1857. 

B.A. 11 Dec. 1862. Name removed 12 June, 1863.. 

Army Chaplain in India 1867 ; died at Braintree, January 1889. 

Henry Boyle. Eldest son of John Boyle, Esq., deceased. 
Born at Stoke, Staffordshire, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 
18 March, 1857. 

B.A. 19 June, 1862. (?) M.A. (as Richard) 4 June, 1870. 
Name removed 6 Feb. 1871. 



496 WARDEN SYMONS. [1857. 

George William Meggy. Eldest son of George Meggy, 
Esq. Born at Chelmsford, Essex, aged 18. Admitted 
OL 24 March, 1857. 

Third Class, Math. Mods. Easter Term 1860. B.A. 
19 March, 1863. Name removed 4 Feb. 1864. 

Rector of Rimpton, Somerset, 1887. 

Robert Caesar Childers. Eldest son of the Rev. Charles 
Childers, M.A., of Christ Church, Chaplain at Nice. 
Born at Cantley, near Doiicaster, aged 19. Admitted 
4L 20 May, 1857. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1859. Hody (Hebrew) Exhibi- 
tioner 1860 to 1861. Name removed 4 Nov. 1873. 

" A distinguished Oriental Scholar ; died 25 July, 1876." (F.) 

Robert John Tomes. Eldest son of the Rev. Robert 
Tomes, B.A., of Magdalen Hall, Incumbent of Coughton, 
Warwickshire. Born at Coughton, aged 19. Admitted 
OL 20 May, 1857. 

Name removed 25 Jan. 1858. Richards Exhibitioner of 
Exeter Coll : 21 Nov. 1857. How Exhibitioner 23 Feb. 

1860. Second Class, Classics, Mods., Easter Term 1859. 
Third Class, Litt. Hum., Easter Term 1861. B.A. 6 June, 

1861. M.A. 19 April, 1865. (Boase, 158.) 

Educated at Rugby. In Holy Orders. 



George Stopford Ram. Eldest son of the Rev. Abel John 
Ram, M.A., of Oriel College, Vicar of West Ham, Essex. 
Born at Towcester, Northamptonshire, aged 18. Ad- 
mitted OT. 20 May, 1857. 

B.A. 18 May, 1861. M.A. 28 April, 1864. CT.Jtt. account 
closed Lady Day 1871. 

Incumbent of St John's, Stratford, 1863 to 1866. Vicar of 
St Anne's, Highgate, 1868. Vicar of St Peter's, Bournemouth, 
1881 ; died 1!) Nov. 1889. 



1857.] WARDEN SYMONS. 497 

Frederick Edward Woodcock. Eldest surviving son of 
John Woodcock, Esq., Banker. Born at Wigan, Lanca- 
shire, aged 18. Admitted OL 20 May, 1857. 

Name removed 15 Nov. 1859. 

Proceeded afterwards to St Bees. Rector of Northleigli, 
Devon, 1864 to 1870. 

Thomas Ross Finch. Fourth son of Charles Finch, Esq., 
deceased. Born at Staines, Middlesex, aged 18. Elected 
. 30 June, 1856. Admitted OT. and . 20 May, 
1857. 

Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1859 to 1862. Second Class, 
Classics Mods. Easter Term 1859. Fourth Class, Litt. 
Hum. Easter Term 1861. B.A. 30 May, 1861. M.A. 
16 June, 1864. Compounded 11 Jan. 1873. 

Educated at Highgate School. Rector of St Mary's, Stafford, 
1869 to 1875. Vicar of Dorrington, Salop, 1877 to 1889 ; of 
Penwortham Hall, Lane. 

Zachary Edwards. Eldest son of the Kev. Zachary 
James Edwards, M.A., late JF. of Wadham College 
(1826 to 1833). Born at Chipstable, Somerset, aged 18. 
Admitted 01. 29 June, 1857. Elected . 30 June, 1857. 
Admitted . (no date). 

Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1859 to 1863. Second Class, 
Classics Mods. Easter Term 1859. Second Class, Litt. 
Hum. Michaelmas Term 1861. B.A. 5 Dec. 1861. 
(.JE. account closed Christmas 1873. 

Called to the Bar (Lincoln's Inn) 26 Jan. 1865. 

Charles Simeon Wilkinson. Eldest son of George 
Wilkinson, Esq. Born at Macclesfield, aged 18. Ad- 
mitted 01. 29 June, 1857. 

Third Class, Mods. Michaelmas Term 1859. Name re- 
moved 23 Jan. 1863. 

Exhibitioner of Macclesfield Grammar School ; died 18G4. 

'2 l 



498 WARDEN SYMONS. [1857. 

William Pimblett Insley. Only son of Thomas Insley, 
Esq. Born at Warrington, Lancashire, aged 17. Ad- 
mitted <. 29 June, 1857. 

Third Class, Math. Mods. Easter Term 1859. Fourth 
Class, Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 1861. B.A. 13 Dec. 
1861. M.A. 10 Nov. 1864. Name removed 12 Oct. 
1865. 

Vicar of Christ Church, Watney St., 1871. Rector of Bow, 

Middlesex, 1880. 

Author of Memorials of Bow Church. 

William Cockin. Eldest son of the Eev. William Cockin, 
M.A, of Brasenose College. Born at Minchinhampton, 
Gloucestershire, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 29 June, 1857. 
Admitted Clerk 30 Oct. 1858. 

Pigott and Goodridge Exhibitioner 1858. B.A. 12 l)ec. 
1861. M.A. 3 March, 1864. Name removed 19 Oct. 
1864. 

Incumbent of Medomsley, Northumb., 1874. 
Brother of Charles E. C., 1862. 

Tilson Humphrey Moseley. Only son of the Eev. 

Thomas Moseley, M.A., of St Edmund Hall. Born at 
Birmingham, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 29 June, 1857. 

B.A. 13 Dec. 1860. M.A. 13 May, 1864. Name removed 
17 May, 1870. 

Called to the Bar (Inner Temple) 6 June, 18G6. 

James Alder Wilson. Eldest son of George Wilson, Esq. 
Born at Hutton Itudby, Yorkshire, aged 19. Admitted 
<. 29 June, 1857. 

B.A. 6 July, 1867. M.A. 10 Oct. 1867. 

Educated at Appleby Grammar School. Vicar of Tissington, 
Derb., 1872. Rector of Loversall, York*, 1877. Rector of 
('rathorne, Yorks, 1878. 



1857.] WARDEN SYMONS. 499 

Percy Richard Gay. Third son of George Gay, Esq. 
Born at Stockwell, Surrey aged 18. Admitted <. 
29 June, 1857. 

B.A. 5 Dec. 1861. CJtt. account closed Lady Day 1870. 

William Henry Woodman. Only son of William Lake 
Woodman, Esq. Born at Stratford, Essex, aged 18. 
Admitted OL 29 June, 1857. 

Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1858 to 1861. B.A. 13 Dec. 
1860. M.A. 4 Feb. 1864. Name removed 5 July, 
1864. 

Educated at Merchant Taylors' School. Rector of Kidbrooke, 
Kent, 1867. Died 3 Oct. 1874. 

William Robertson. Second son of William Eobertson, 
Esq. Born in Tasmania, aged 18. Admitted (. 28 Oct. 
1857. 

B.A. 5 Dec. 1861. GI.JE. account closed Midsummer 
1869. 

Called to the Bar (Middle Temple) 26 Jan. 1863. Resident in 

Hobart Town, Tasmania. 

He rowed in the University Eight in 1861. 

Father of William S. L., 1884. 

Alfred Wilson. Only son of Henry Wilson, Esq. Born 
at Sheffield, aged 18. Admitted (. 28 Oct. 1857. 

B.A. 5 Dec. 1861. M.A. 28 April, 1864. Name removed 
12 Feb. 1872. 

William Blackwall Buckwell. Eldest son of the Eev. 
William Buckwell (Literate). Born at Longnor, in Staf- 
fordshire, aged 19. Admitted <. 28 Oct. 1857. 

B.A. 3 Dec, 1863. M.A. 16 June, 1864. Name removed 
5 Oct. 1876. 

Vicar of Littleover, Derb., 1872 to 1876. Incumbent of Arklcy, 
Middlesex, 1880. Rector of Cheriton, Kent, 1889. 
Brother of Leighton II, 18(M. 



500 WARDEN SYMONS. [1858. 



1858. 

Arthur Henry Harington. Fourth son of the Eev. 

John Harington, M.A., of Queens' College, Cambridge, 
and brother of Herbert Baring Harington (<. 1851). 
Born at Little Hinton, near Farringdon, aged 17. Ad- 
mitted OT. 3 Feb. 1858. Admitted Clerk 11 Oct. 1858. 

Pigott and Goodridge Exhibitioner 1858. Somerscales 
Exhibitioner 1860. Second Class, Classics, Mods. Easter 
Term 1860. B.A. 26 June, 1862. Name removed 
1 Sept. 1862 ; replaced 9 Dec. 1864. M.A. 1864. CT.Jtt. 
account closed Christmas 1870. Name replaced 16 May, 
1878. 

Entered the Bengal Civil Service, 1862. Commissioner of 
Meerut, N.W.P., 1876. Magistrate and Collector (First Grade), 
Saharanpur, 1889. Commissioner, Dehra Dun, 1893. 

William Bayly. Eldest son of the Eev. William Good- 
enough Bayly, D.C.L., of New College, Oxford. Born at 
Midhurst, Sussex, aged 19. Admitted (ft. 3 Feb. 1858. 

B.A. 4 Dec. 1862. Name removed 5 Dec. 1802. 

Richard Wake Gordon. Third son of the Eev. Eichard 
Gordon, Vicar of Elsfield, near Oxford. Born at Els- 
field, aged 18. Admitted <E. 3 Feb. 1858. 

B.A. 13 Dec. 1861. M.A. 16 June, 1864. (JT.p. account 
closed Christmas 1869. 

Born 27 Nov. 1839. Educated at Winchester. 

In Holy Orders. Licensed in the Diocese of Llandaff, 1883. 

Of Nottage Court, Bridgend. 

Edward Francis Cobb. Second surviving son of Eev. 
John Francis Cobb, M.A., of Peterhouse, Cambridge. 
Born at Spratton, near Northampton, aged 18. Ad- 
mitted 01. 3 Fel). 1858. 

B.A. 10 Dec, 1863. .R. account closed Christinas 1871. 
Alexander Edward Sinclair. Eldest son of the Eev. 



1858.] WARDEN SYMONS. 501 

William Sinclair, M.A., of St Mary Hall, Oxford. Born 
at Leeds, aged 18. Admitted <. 3 Feb. 1858. 

Name removed 12 Feb. 1861. 

Died at Arundel House, Fulham, 1877. 

Thomas John West. Third son of Peter Woodhead 
West, Esq. Born at Camberwell, Surrey, aged 19. Ad- 
mitted OT. 3 Feb. 1858. 

B.A. 26 June, 1862. M.A. 1864. Name removed 5 July, 
1864. 

Vicar of St Mark's, Lewisham, 1871. 

Richard Valpy French. Fourth son of the Rev. Peter 
French, M.A., of St John's College, Oxford. Born at 
Burton-on-Trent, aged 19. Admitted (ft. 18 Feb. 1858. 

Name removed 17 April, 1863. He subsequently pro- 
ceeded to Trinity College, Dublin, where he graduated B.A. 
and LL.B. 1865 ; LL.D. 1870. D.C.L. (Durham) 1874. 

Headmaster of Huntingdon Grammar School, 1868, and of 
Stratford-on-Avon, 1874. Rector of Llar.martin, Monmouth- 
shire, 1878. F.S.A., 1871. 

Augustus Henry Beesly. Third son of the Rev. James 
Beesly, M.A., of St Edmund Hall, deceased, formerly 
Vicar of Feckenham, near Bromsgrove, and brother of 
Edmund Spencer Beesly (<K. 1849). Born at Fecken- 
ham, aged 19. Elected j. 30 June, 1857. Admitted . 
22 March, 1858. 

Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1861 to 1864. First Class, 
Classics Mods. Easter Term 1860. Third Class, Litt. 
Hum. Easter Term 1862. Proxime accessit for the 
Arnold Essay 1863. B.A. 4 Dec. 1862. M.A. 10 Nov. 
1864. Compounded 10 Nov. 1864. 

Born 14 Feb. 1839. Educated at Bromsgrove. Assistant 
Master at Marlborough College, 1863 ; resigned 1885. 
Author of The Gracchi, Marius und Rullx : Lift- of XiY Juln 
Franklin ; Th<: Trnjun Qu.fr.ifs ll<-r<:n<jr, &r. 



502 WARDEN SYMONS. [1858. 

William Hulton Keeling. Eldest son of the Rev. 

William Robert Keeling, B.A., of St John's College, 
Cambridge, Rector of Blackley, near Manchester. Born 
at Blackley, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 20 May, 1858. 

Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1859 to 1863. First Class, 
Classics Mods. Michaelmas Term 1859. Second Class, 
Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1862. B.A. 4 Dec, 1862. M.A. 
4 May, 1865. CLJE. account closed Midsummer 1870. 

In Holy Orders. Headmaster of Northampton, 1867 ; of 
Bradford, 1872. 

Edward George Harding. Second son of the Rev. 
William Harding, M.A., formerly ,-fF. of Wadham College 
(1827). Born at Hockley, in Essex, aged 18. Ad- 
mitted (ft. 20 May, 1858. 

Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1859 to 1864. First Class, 
Classics Mods. Easter Term 1860. Second Class, Li,tt. 
Hum.; Fourth Class, Math. Easter Term 1862. B.A. 
19 June, 1862. Name removed 7 June, 1864. 

Died 15 May, 1864, while Curate of St Clement Danes. 
Brother of John, 1860, William, 1861, and George T. H., 1862. 

William Havens Pope. Second son of William Havens 
Pope, Esq., Surgeon, deceased. Born at Higharn Ferrers, 
Northamptonshire, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 20 May, 
1858. 

Name removed 30 Oct. 1863 ; replaced 16 Oct. 1872 ; re- 
moved 7 May, 1873. 

Of Sandy, Beds. 

Charles Jones Nixon. Third son of William Nixon, 
Esq., deceased. Born at Woodlands, Walton Breck, 
Liverpool, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 21 May, 1858. 

B.A. 19 June, 1862. M.A. 2 June, 1865. Name removed 
27 Nov. 1865. 

Called to the Bar, Middle Temple, <) June, 1865. 



1858.] WARDEN SYMONS. 503 

William Harris Ewald. Eldest son of the Eev. Ferdi- 
nand Charles Ewald. Born at Leghorn, aged 18. Ad- 
mitted Ot. 21 May, 1858. 

Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1860 to 1863. B.A. 19 June, 
1862. M.A. 23 May, 1867. Name finally removed 

I July, 1867. 

Chaplain at Warsaw, 1873 to 1875. Vicar of Overtoil, Lane., 
1877. Vicar of St John's, Lancaster, 1881. 

Henry Edmonstone Medlicott. Eldest son of the Rev. 
Joseph Medlicott, B.A., of Queens' College, Cambridge. 
Born at Potterne, Wilts, aged 18. Admitted <. 21 May, 
1858. 

B.A. 12 June, 1862. M.A. 2 June, 1865. Name removed 
12 Oct. 1865. 

Called to the Bar, Middle Temple, 26 Jan. 1866. Of Sandfield, 
Wilts, J.P. He rowed in the University Eight in 1861. 

George Edward Bell. Only son of Alfred Bell, Esq., 
Solicitor. Born at St Pancras, London, aged 18. Ad- 
mitted <. 21 May, 1858. 

Name removed (no date). 

Septimus Otter Barnes Ridsdale. Sixth son of the 
Rev. George William Hughes Ridsdale, B.A, of Peter- 
house, Cambridge. Born at Crowcombe, near Taunton, 
aged 17. Elected . 20 May, 1858. Admitted . 

II June, 1858. 

Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1859 to 1863. Second Class, 
Classics Mods. Easter Term 1860. B.A. 13 Dec. 1861. 
Name removed 25 June, 1863. 

Entered the Bengal Civil Service, 1861. Died 15 Nov. 1884. 
He steered the University Eight in 1861, and played in the 
University Eleven in 1862. 

George Henry Pope. Eldest son of George Pope, Esq. 
Born at Stock well, Surrey, aged 18. Admitted (Jj". 
H June, 1858. 



504 WARDEN SYMONS. [1858. 

First Class, Law and Mod. Hist. Michaelmas Term 1862. 
B.A. 11 Dec. 1862. M.A. 15 June, 1865. B.C.L. 
30 June, 1870. Name removed 29 May, 1873. 

Born 29 Dec. 1839. Educated at Rugby. Proceeded to 
Lincoln's Inn. Solicitor. Treasurer to tlie Merchant Ad- 
venturers of Bristol, 1876. J.P. for Gloucestershire, 1882. 
High Sheriff of Bristol, 1888. 

Edward John Bloxsome. Second son of the Kev. 
William Henry Bloxsome, M.A., of Wadham College 
(OL 1827), and brother of William Henry Bloxsome (<. 
1855). Born at Stone, Gloucestershire, aged 18. Ad- 
mitted 01. 11 June, 1858. 

Name removed 23 April, 1861. 

Proceeded to St Bees. Vicar of Frocester, 1871 to 1872. 

Charles James Fuller. Eldest surviving son of Charles 
Wray Fuller, Esq., Surgeon in the East India Company's 
Service. Born at Frome, aged 19. Admitted (. 
11 June, 1858. 

Name removed 4 Feb. 1860. 

John Henry Green. Eldest son of Charles Green, Esq., 
Solicitor. Born at Spalding, Lincolnshire, aged 18. Ad- 
mitted (ft. 11 June, 1858. 

Third Class, Law and Mod. Hist. Easter Term 1862. B.A. 
3 July, 1862. M.A. 22 June, 1865. (jr.JE. account 
closed 1878. 

Headmaster of Moulton Grammar School, 1867 ; of Kibworth 
Beauchamp Grammar School, 1868 to 1876. Rector of 
Knaptoft, with Mowsley, Leic., 1876. 

Francis Waller Shepherd. Eldest son of Henry Shep- 
herd, Esq. Born at Preston, Kent, aged 19. Admitted 
(JT. 3 Nov. 1858. 

B.A. 13 Dec. 1861. Name removed 7 Feb. 1863. 
Called to the Bar (Inner Temple) 26 Jan. 1867. 

Alexander Robert Tanner. Fourth son of the ."Rev. 
James Tanner, M.A., of Queen's College, Oxford, Incum- 



1858.] WARDEN SYMONS. 505 

bent of St Matthews, Gosport. Born at Kingsclere, 
Hampshire, aged 17. Admitted (ft. 3 Nov. 1858. 

Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1861 to 1864. Fourth Class, 
Law and Mod. Hist. Easter Term 1862. B.A. 26 June, 
1862. M.A. 18 May, 1865. Name removed 18 July, 
1865. 

Solicitor; admitted Michaelmas Term 1865; practising in 
London. 

Albert Workman Headeach. Only son of Charles 
Headeach, Esq. Born at Basingstoke, Hampshire, aged 
18. Admitted <. 3 Nov. 1858. 

B.A. 8 June, 1865. M.A. 15 June, 1865. Name removed 
18 July, 1865. 

Vicar of Friar-Mere, Lane., 1876. Rector of "St Thomas, 
Redbank, Manchester, 1883. 

Frederick Wathen. Second son of Hulbert Wathen, Esq. 
Born at Streatham, Surrey, aged 19. Admitted (ft. 
3 Nov. 1858. 

B.A. 13 Dec. 1861. M.A. 28 June, 1865. Name removed 
27 April, 1866. 

Educated at Blackheath. In Holy Orders, C.M.S. ; died at 
Dalhousie, in the Punjaub, 9 Nov. 1865, aged 26. 
Brother of Arthur C. W., 1859. 

Edward Martin Ready. Only son of the Rev. Thomas 
Martin Heady, LL.B., of Catherine Hall, Cambridge, 
Vicar of Mountnessing, Essex. Born at Kennington, 
Surrey, aged 17. Admitted OT. 3 Nov. 1858. 

B.A. 3 July, 1862. M.A. 4 May, 1865. Name removed 
6 March, 1866. Admitted M.A. ad eundem, Cambridge 
1867. 

Assumed the name of Pitt. Rector of Ba^thorpe, Norfolk, 
1875. 

Richard Fleming St Andrew St John. Eldest son of 
the Rev. Henry St Andrew St John, M.A., of Wadham 
College, Oxford (OL 1814), Vicar of Hilton, Dorset. 
Born at Hilton, aged 19. Admitted (ff. 3 Nov. 1858. 



506 WARDEN SYMONS. [1858-59. 

Name removed 13 April, 1859. Teacher of Burmese 1886. 
Hon. M.A. 1888. 

Educated at Blackheath. Ensign, 60th Rifles, 1859. Assistant 
Commissioner in Burmah, 1865. Superintendent in Aracan, 
1869. Deputy Commissioner in Burmah, 1873 to 1881. 
Teacher of Burmese at University College, London, 1884 ; 
at Cambridge, 1885 to 1892. 
Author of several Translations from the Burmese, &c. 



1859. 

George Gary. Only son of John Gary, Esq. Born at 
Ebury Street, Pimlico, London, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 
23 March, 1859. 

Second Class, Classics, Mods. Easter Term 1861. B.A. 
4 Dec. 1862. Name removed 4 March, 1864; replaced 
1 Feb. 1866. dJE. account closed (apparently) 1877. 

Called to the Bar (Lincoln's Inn) 1 May, 1865. 

John Richard Rowlands. Second surviving son of 
William Rowlands, Esq., and brother of William Edward 
Rowlands ((. 1855). Born at Worcester, aged 18. 
Admitted (. 23 March, 1859. 

Name removed 23 April, 1861. 

George Edmund Sheppard. Second son of Thomas 
Byard Sheppard, Esq. Born at Erome, Somersetshire, 
aged 17. Admitted OL 23 March, 1859. 

B.A. 3 July, 1862. M.A. 22 June, 1865. OT.jE. account 
closed Midsummer 1870. 

In Holy Orders. Became one of the Cowley Fathers ; died at 
Cape Town, 28 April, 1886. 

Edward John Turner. Eldest son of Edward Shewell 
Turner, Esq. Born at Clapham, Surrey, aged 17. Ad- 
mitted 01. 28 May, 1859. Admitted Clerk 1862. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1860 to 1<S6.">. Pi^otl Exhibitioner 



1359.] WARDEN SYMONS. 507 



1862, 1863. First Class, Classics, Mods., and Third 
Class, Math., Easter Term 1861. Second Class, Litt. 
Hum ; Fourth Class, Math. Easter Term 1863. B.A. 
18 June, 1863. M.A. 1871. Name removed 10 Oct. 
1872. 

Assistant Master in Winchester College. 



George Arthur Small-wood. Eldest son of George Small- 
wood, Esq. Born at Stichford, near Birmingham, aged 
18. Admitted OL 18 May, 1859. 

Name removed 4 Feb. ]861. 

Liclifield Theol. Coll., 1864. Vicar of Haverhill, 1870. Vicar 
of Barrow-on-Trent, 1872. Vicar of Holy Trinity, Ashby- 
de-la-Zouch, 1875. 



Joseph Henry Brierly. Eldest son of James Brierly, 
Esq. Born at Kochdale, Lancashire, aged 18. Admitted 
Or. 18 May, 1859. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1861. Third Class, Classics, Mods. 
Easter Term 1861. Second Class, Law and Mod. Hist. 
Easter Term 1863. B.A. 10 June, 1863. M.A. 1 Dec. 
1865. Name removed 19 Feb. 1879. 

Vicar of Womer.sley, Yorks, 1873. Vicar of Whitbourne, 

Hereford, 188G. 

Brother of Harold B., 1871. 



Robert Laing. Eldest son of Robert Laing, Esq. Born at 
Tynemouth, Northumberland, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 
18 May, 1859. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1862. Third Class, Classics, Mods. 
Easter Term 1861. First Class, Law and Mod. Hist. 
Easter Term 1863. B.A. 10 June, 1863. M.A. 1 Dec. 
1865. Balance repaid on his election as Jf. of Corpus 
Christ! College 1 July, 1868. Public Examiner 1869, 
1875, 1876. Subsequently known as Cuthbert Shields 
(29 Sept. 1886). 



508 WARDEN SYMONS. [1859. 

William James Reid Hosack. Eldest son of William 
Hosack, Esq. Born in Jamaica, St George's Parish, 
aged 19. Admitted <K. 18 May, 1859. 

B.A. 10 Dec. 1863. Name removed 3 Feb. 1864. 

Educated at Rugby. Called to the Bar (Middle Temple) 
26 Jan. 1866. " Of Woodstock, Jamaica." (F.) 

Arthur Cave Wathen. Third son of Hulbert Wathen, 
Esq., and brother of Frederick Wathen ((ST. 1858). Born 
at Streatham, Surrey, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 18 May, 
1859. 

B.A. 11 Dec. 1862. M.A. 29 Nov. 1866. Name removed 
1 July, 1867. 

Educated at Blackheath. Master of a Private School at 
Brighton. 

Thomas Walthew Swift. Third son of James Swift, 
Esq., deceased. Born at Walton, Liverpool, aged 19. 
Admitted OL 18 May, 1859. 

B.A. 11 Dec. 1862. M.A. 4 March, 1869. OT.Jtt. account 
closed Michaelmas 1871. 

Vicar of St George's, Everton, 1869 to 1877 ; subsequently pro- 
ceeded to Cape Colony, where he died. 
Author of A Few Plain Sermons for Home Reading. 

Charles Henry Annesley. Eldest son of the Ifev. 
William Aimesley, M.A., of University College, Oxford. 
Born at Ellington, Gloucestershire, aged 18. Admitted 
(tf. 29 June, 1859. 

B.A. 3 Dec. 1863. M.A. 18 May, 1866. Name removed 
3 July, 1866. 

Born 23 July, 1840. In Holy Orders. 

Robert Francis Kilvert. Eldest son of the Eev. Ilobert 
Kilvert, M.A., of Oriel College, Oxford. Born at 
Hurden-huish Kectory, Wilts, aged 18. Admitted OT. 
29 June, 1859. 



1859-60.] WARDEN SYMONS. 509 

Fourth Class, Law and Mod. Hist. Michaelmas Term 1862. 
B.A. 4 Dec. 1862. M.A. 21 June, 1866. Name removed 

3 July, 1866. 

Vicar of St Harmon, Radnor, 1876. Vicar of Bredwardine, 

Heref., 1877, where there is the following monument, 

" In loving remembrance of Robert Francis Kilvert, M.A., 

Vicar of this Parish, who died Sept. 23, 1879, aged 38 years. 

' Until the day break and the shadows flee away.' 

' He being dead yet speaketh.' " 

Robert Douglas Monro. Eldest son of the Rev. Robert 
Douglas Monro, M.A., of Merton College, Oxford, deceased. 
Born at the Bridewell Hospital (of which his father was 
Chaplain), Bridge Street, Blackfriars, London, aged 19. 
Admitted <. 13 Dec. 1859. 

B.A. 11 Dec. 1862. M.A. 18 May, 1866. Name removed 

4 Dec. 1866. 

Educated at Rugby. Vicar of the Slad, Glouc., 1868. Vicar 

of Christ Church, Everton, 1875. Vicar of St Mark, Tollington 

Park, 1878 to 1881. Rector of Little Munden, Herts, Sept. 

1894. 

Brother of Fred J. M., 1861. 



I860. 

Henry Kirk. Only son of Henry Kirk, Esq., deceased. 
Born at Stockport, Lancashire, aged 17. Admitted (!T. 
21 March, 1860. 

Second Class, Law and Mod. Hist. Easter Term 1863. 
B.A. 10 June, 1863. B.C.L. and M.A. 19 May, 1866. 
Name removed Nov. 1882. 

Born 4 June, 1842. Educated at Macclesfield Grammar School. 

Called to the Bar (Inner Temple) Jan. 1868 (as Kirke). 

Stipendiary Magistrate, British Guiana, 1872. Sheriff of 

Essequibo, 1877 ; of Demerara, 1882. Attorney-General of 

Jamaica, 1890. 

Author of Thurstan Mevcrill ; First Emjlish Conquest of Canada, 

&c. 



510 WARDEN SYMONS. [1860. 

Thomas Ellis. Second son of Thomas Ellis, Esq. Born 
in the parish of St Thomas, Barbadoes, aged 18. Ad- 
mitted OL 21 March, 1860. 

B.A. 13 May, 1864. C|tt. account closed Christmas 
1872. 

Called to the Bar (Middle Temple) 17 Nov. 1866. Practising 
in Barbadoes. 

James John Turnbull. Only son of James Turnbull, 
Esq. Born in the parish of New Norfolk, county of 
Buckingham, Tasmania, aged 18. Admitted (!t. 21 March, 
1860. 

B.A. 4 June, 1863. Name removed Feb. 1864. 

Called to the Bar (Middle Temple) 6 June, 1864. Practising 
in Tasmania. 

John Wells. Eldest son of James Henry Wells, Esq., 
Surgeon. Born at Nailsworth, near Stroud, Gloucester- 
shire, aged 17. Admitted 4L 9 May, 1860. 

Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1861 to 1865. B.A. 14 June, 
1866. M.A. 12 March, 1868. Name removed 5 Nov. 
1869. 



Anthony Lawson Mayhew. Eldest son of Anthony 
Mayhew, Esq., deceased. Born at Bury St Edmunds, 
aged 18. Admitted (. 9 May, 1860. 

B.A. 4 June, 1863. M.A. 12 March, 1868. Name removed 

8 July, 1868; replaced 15 Nov. 1873. Chaplain and 
Hebrew Lecturer 1880. 

Vicar of Bearly, Wanv., 1872 to 1873. 

Author of Glossary to the Boole of Common Prayer, Dictionary of 

Middle English., &c. 

Arthur Raggett Cole. Second surviving son of Francis 
Cole, Esq., and brother of Francis Charles Cole (<. 1853). 
Born at Odiham, Hampshire;, aged 19. Admitted <JL 

9 May, 1 860. 



I860.] WARDEN SYMONS. 511 

B.A. 24 Nov. 1864. M.A. 8 Nov. 1866. B.D. 1874. 
Name removed 9 March, 1867 ; replaced 9 March, 1869. 
(.JE. account closed Christmas 1877. 

In Holy Orders. " Died 23 Sept. 1877." (F.) 

Edward John Humphery. Fourth son of John Hum- 
phery, Esq., Alderman, and brother of William Henry 
Humphery (<. 1846). Born at Clapham, Surrey, aged 

18. Admitted OL 9 May, 1860. 

B.A. 27 June, 1867. (JLJtt. account closed at Christmas 
1876. 

Charles Ridley Garr. Second son of the Kev. Henry 
Byne Carr, M.A., of University College, Oxford. Born 
at Alnwick, Northumberland, aged 19. Admitted (ft. 
23 May, 1860, having been elected . 23 May, 1860. 
Admitted ,. (no date). 

Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1862 to 1865. Second Class, 
Classics Mods. Easter Term 1862. Second Class, Litt. 
Hum. Easter Term 1864. B.A. 8 Dec. 1864. M.A. 
21 June, 1867. Compounded 14 Dec. 1867. 

Born 14 Nov. 1840. Educated at Durham School. Assistant 
Master, Maryborough College, 1864 to 1871. In Holy Orders. 
Master of a Private School at Exmouth, Devon. Captain of 
the O.U.B.C., and rowed in the Eight, 1862, 1863. 

Frederick Charles Emberson. Second son of John 
Arthur Emberson, Esq. Born at Croydon, Surrey, aged 

19. Elected g>. 23 May, 1860. Admitted (. 6 June, 
1860. Admitted *. (no date). 

Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1863 to ? 1868. First Class, 
Classics, Second Class, Math. Mods. Michaelmas Term 
1862. First Class, Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 1864. 
B.A. 18 May, 1865. Name removed 12 Oct. 1871. 

Went to Canada. 

George Candy. Second son of the Kev. George Candy. 
Born at Bombay, India, aged 18. Elected *. 23 May, 
1860. Admitted <. 6 June, 1860. Admitted . 
15 Oct. 1860. 



512 WARDEN SYMONS. [1860. 



Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1864 to 1866. Second Class, 
Classics Mods. Easter Term 1862. Second Class, Litt. 
Hum. Michaelmas Term 1864. B.A. 8 Dec. 1864. M.A. 
7 June, 1867. Name removed 1 July, 1867. 
Called to the Bar (Inner Temple) 17 Nov. 1869, Q.C. 

John Harding. Third son of the Kev. William Harding, 
M.A., formerly Jf. of Wadham College (1827), and 
afterwards Vicar of Hockley, in Essex, deceased. Born 
at Hockley, aged 18. Brother of Edward George 
Harding ((. 1858). Admitted OL 6 June, 1860. 

Name removed 12 Oct. 1861. Elected ,. of Brasenose 
1861. First Class, Math. Mods. Easter Term 1862. 
Second Class, Math. Easter Term 1864. B.A. 1864. 
M.A. 1867. 

Born 7 Oct. 1841. Educated at Blackheath Proprietary School. 
Rector of Weeley, Essex, 1875. Vicar of Christ Church, 
Beckenham, 1883. 
Brother of William H., 1861, and George T. H., 1862. 

James Allan Smith. Second son of the Kev. James 
Allan Smith, M.A, of Queen's College, Oxford, deceased. 
Born at Pyecombe, near Brighton, Sussex, aged 18. 
Admitted 4t. 6 June, 1860. 

B.A. 10 June, 1863. M.A. 7 Feb. 1867. Compounded 
14 Dec. 1867. 

Born 2 Aug. 1841. Vicar of Holy Trinity, Nottingham, 1870. 
Prebendary of Sanctoc Crucis, Lincoln, 1875. Vicar of 
Swansea, 1884. 

Author of The Christian in the World, and other Sermons. 
Brother of Charles D. S., 1863. 

George Howard Bigg. Second son of Thomas Bigg, Esq., 
Merchant. Born at St John's Wood, London, aged 17. 
Admitted <. 6 June, 1860. 

B.A. 10 June, 1863. M.A. 1871. CJK. account closed 
Michaelmas 1871. 

Hector of Marholm, Northants, 1880. Vicar of llarrowden, 
Northants, 1887. 



I860.] WARDEN SYMONS. 513 

Sydney Linton. Third son of the Eev. Henry Linton, 
M.A., of Magdalen College, Oxford, and brother of Henry 
Linton ((ft. 1857). Born at Diddington, Huntingdon- 
shire, aged 19. Admitted 01". 12 Oct. 1860. 

Second Class, Law and Mod. Hist. Michaelmas Term 1864. 
B.A. 17 Dec. 1864. M.A. 1870. Compounded 11 Feb. 
1870. Created D.D. 4 March, 1884. 

Educated at Rugby. Vicar of Holy Trinity, Oxford, 1870. 
Vicar of Heigham, Norfolk, 1877. Bishop of Riverina, 1884. 
Died 15 May, 1894. He played in the University Eleven in 
1862. 

Thomas Floud. Eldest son of the Eev. Thomas Floud, 
M.A., of Wadhain College ((. 1830). Born at Liss, 
near Petersfield, Hants, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 12 Dec. 
1860. 

Name removed 7 Dec. 1863. 

Died 1863, aged 20. 

Brother of Henry C. F., 1866. 

William Elliott Deacon Bigsby. Third surviving son 
of the Eev. Charles Bigsby, M.A., of Trinity College, 
Cambridge, and brother of Henry Julian Bigsby (<&. 
1851). Born at Southborough, near Tunbridge Wells, 
aged 18. Admitted OL 12 Dec. 1860. 

Name removed 1 Nov. (no date). 

Henry Strange Hume. Sixth son of George Hume, Esq. 
Born at Great James Street, Bedford Eow, London, aged 
20. Admitted OT. 12 Dec. 1860. 

B.A. 15 June, 1865. Name removed 14 Feb. 1866. 
Called to the Bar (Lincoln's Inn) 26 Jan. 1867. 

William Hay Macdowall Hunter Aitken. Fourth 
son of the Eev. Eobert Hunter Aitken, M.A., of Edin- 
burgh University. Born at Liverpool, aged 19. Ad- 
mitted .12 Dec. 1860. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1864. Second Class, Litt. Hum. 



514 WARDEN SYMONS. [1860-61. 

Michaelmas Term 1864. B.A. 8 June, 1865. M.A. 
June, 1867. Compounded 14 Oct. 1868. 

Born 21 Sept. 1841. Incumbent of Christ Church, Everton, 
1871 to 1875. Hon. General Secretary to the Church Mission 
Society, 1875. 

Author of Mission Sermons ; God's Everlasting " Yea" ; The Glory 
of the Gospel, &c. 



1861. 

George Averill. Fifth son of Isaac Blakeman Averill, 
Esq., deceased. Born at Broadway, Worcestershire, aged 
19. Admitted <. 21 March, 1861. 

B.A. 26 May, 1864. M.A. 21 June, 1867. Compounded 
14 Dec. 1867. 

Born 4 Oct. 1841. Educated at Chipping Campden Grammar 
School. Incumbent of St Matthew, Chelsea, 1873. Vicar of 
Glynde, Sussex, 1877. Rector of Claypole, Line., 1889. 

Henry Hooper. Third son of William Hooper, Esq., 
brother of John Hooper ((ft. 1854), and brother of 
William Hooper ((. 1855). Born at East Harptree, 
Somersetshire, aged 18. Admitted <. 21 March, 1861. 

B.A. 1 Dec. 1864. M.A. 27 June, 1867. Compounded 
14 Dec. 1867. 

Born 1 Oct. 1842. Vicar of Ripley, Surrey, 1879. 

Ralph Heap. Only son of Kobert Heap, Esq. Born at 
Rochdale, Lancashire, aged 20. Admitted (ft. 8 May, 
1861. 

B.A. 8 Dec. 1864. M.A. 7 Nov. 1867. Compounded 
14 Dec. 1867. 

Born 30 April, 1841. Called to the Bar (Middle Temple), 
6 June, 1866. 

Frederic John Monro. Second son of the Rev. Robert 
Monro. M.A., of Merton College, Oxford, deceased, and 
brother of Robert Douglas Monro ((ft. 1859). Born at 



1861.] WARDEN SYMONS. 515 

Bridewell Hospital, Bridge Street, Blackfriars, London, 
aged 19. Admitted <. 8 May, 1861. 

B.A. 15 June, 1865. Name removed 14 Feb. 1866. 

Born 21 Sept. 1841. Educated at Rugby. Solicitor practising 
in London. 

James Edward Lawrence Nowers. Eldest son of the 
Eev. James Henry Nowers. Born at Dover, aged 18. 
Jtt. Exhibitioner of Queen's College, Oxford, 16 Oct. 
i860. Elected . of Wadham, 15 May, 1861. Ad- 
mitted &. 18 May, 1861. 

Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1862 to 1866. Second Class, 
Classics and Math. Mods. Easter Term 1862. Second 
Class, Litt. Hum. ; Fourth Class, Math. Michaelmas Term 
1864. B.A. 23 Feb. 1865. Name removed 18 Jan. 
1867 ; replaced 23 June, 1877. 

Educated at Kidderminster. Tutor (i.e. Chaplain) of Whitting- 
ton's Hospital, Highgate, 1891. 
Brother of George P. N., 1870. 

John Henry Rogers. Eldest son of the Eev. Aaron 
Eogers, M.A., of Jesus College, Oxford, and Eector of 
St Paul's, Bristol. Born in St Paul's parish, Bristol, 
aged 17. Admitted (ft. 30 May, 1861. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1863. Third Class, Classics Mods. 
Michaelmas Term 1863. Third Class, Litt. Hum. 
Michaelmas Term 1865. B.A. 18 Dec. 1865. M.A. 
14 May, 1868. Name removed 8 July, 1868. 

Incumbent of St George's Chapel, Brighton, 1877 to 1883. 
Chaplain at Pau, 1883. Vicar of St Matthew, Thorpe Hamlet, 
Norf., 1889. 
Author of Shams ; Tlie Old Path. 

Samuel William Darwin Fox. Eldest son of the Eev. 

William Darwin Fox, M.A., of Christ's College, Cam- 
bridge, and Eector of Delamere, Cheshire. Born at 
Osmaston Hall, near Derby, aged 19. Admitted (!T. 
5 June, 1861. 



516 WARDEN SYMONS. [1861. 

B.A. 1 Dec. 1864. M.A. 14 May, 1869. OLp. account 
closed Michaelmas 1873. 

Rector of St Peter's, Oughtrington, 1874. Vicar of St Paul, 
Maidstone, 1887. Incumbent of Bridlington Quay, 1891. 

Samuel Edward Hodgson. Third son of Francis Roger 
Hodgson, Esq., Merchant, deceased. Born at Rusholme, 
near Manchester, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 5 June, 1861. 

B.A. 1 Dec. 1864. M.A. 12 June, 1868. Name removed 
8 July, 1868. 

Educated at Rossall School. Vicar of Scawby, Line., 1874 to 
1888. 

George Benjamin Dowling. Fourth son of Thomas 
Dowling, Esq., and brother of Thomas Dowling ((ft. 1855). 
Born at Chew Magna, Somerset, aged 19. Admitted <. 
5 June, 1861. 

Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1863 to 1865. B.A. 7 June, 
1866. M.A. 1874. Name removed 29 March, 1867; 
restored 23 Oct. 1870. (&.JE. account closed Christmas 
1877. 

In Holy Orders. 

Leighton Buckwell. Second son of the Rev. William 
Buckwell, Literate, and brother of William Blackwall 
Buckwell (<ft. 1857). Born at Longnor, Staffordshire, 
aged 18. Admitted (. 5 June, 1861. 

.Name removed 23 April, 1863 ; replaced 14 April, 1866. 
B.A. 6 Dec. 1867. Name removed again Christmas 

1877. 

Vicar of Parwich, Derb., 1869. Vicar of Newington, Kent, 
1880. 

William Harding. Eldest son of the Rev. William 
Harding, M.A., late ,-fF. of Wadham College, and after- 
wards Vicar of Hockley, Essex, deceased. Brother of 
Edward George Harding ((tf. 1858), and of John Harding 
(Or. 1860). Born at Hockley, aged 22. Admitted OL 
5 June, 1861. 



1861.] WARDEN SYMONS. 517 

B.A. 8 Dec. 1864. M.A. 14 May, 1868. Name removed 
8 July, 1868. 

Born 30 Oct. 1838. Vicar of Hockley, Essex, on the presenta- 
tion of the College, 1870 ; resigned 1893. 

George Browne Jameson. Eldest son of William 
Jameson, Esq. Born at Whitby, Yorkshire, aged 19. 
Admitted <. 5 June, 1861. 

B.A. 1 Dec. 1864. M.A. 3 April, 1868. Compounded 
28 April, 1868. 

Vicar of St Michael on the Mount, Lincoln, 1875. 

James William Harding. Second son of Kev. Henry 
Harding, M.D., of University College, Oxford, and In- 
cumbent of Tilstone, Cheshire. Born at Blackheath, 
Kent, aged 20. Admitted OL 5 June, 1861. 

B.A. 1 Feb. 1866. Name removed 30 Jan. 1866. 

Vicar of Easton, Suffolk, 1873. Vicar of Sulgrave, Oxon, 
1882. 

John De Camborne Paynter. Third son of James 
Paynter, Esq., Solicitor. Born at Penzance, Cornwall, 
aged 17. Admitted (ft. 5 June, 1861. 

Name removed (no date) ; restored 17 Nov. 1865 ; again 
removed 1 July, 1867. 

Brother of Thomas B. P., 186R. 

Charles Gamlen. Third son of liobert Gamlen, Esq., 
Solicitor. Born at Stoke Newington, London, aged 18. 
Admitted OL 5 June, 1861. 

B.A. 21 June, 1866. M.A. 10 July, 1869. Compounded 
10 July, 1869. 

Born 12 Oct. 1843. Vicar of Newton-on-Trent, 1880. Vicar of 
Peasedown, Somerset, 1883. 

Walker Geary Knocker. Second son of Edward 
Knocker, Esq., Solicitor. Born at Dover, aged 18. Ad- 
mitted <JT. 5 June, 1861. 



518 WARDEN SYMONS. [1861. 

B.A. 8 Dec. 1864. M.A. 29 May, 1868. Name removed 
9 July, 1868. 

Vicar of Alvanley, Cheshire, 1873. Vicar of All Saints, 
Hindley, Lane., 1882. Kector of Oughtrington, Cheshire, 1885. 

Frederick William Orde Ward. Second son of the 
Eev. Edward Langton Ward, M.A., of Wadham College 
((ft. 1827). Born at Blendworth, Hampshire, aged 18. 
Admitted <K. 11 Oct. 1861. p. next day 12 Oct. 
1861. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1862. Second Class, Classics Mods. 
Michaelmas Term 1863. B.A. 18 Dec. 1865. Name 
removed 28 May, 1866. 

Vicar of Pishill, Oxford, 1883. Rector of Nuffield, Oxon., 1887. 

Grant Ellcock Thomas. Third surviving son of Grant 
Ellcock Thomas, Esq., M.D., of Edinburgh. Born at 
St John's, Barbadoes, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 11 Oct. 
1861, and ftt. next day. 

B.A. 26 May, 1864. M.A. and B.C.L. 7 Nov. 1867. Name 
removed 8 July, 1868. 

Chaplain to the Bishop of Barbadoes, 1877. Incumbent of the 
Parish Chapel, Marylebone, 1881. Died 6 Oct. 1894. 

Robert Barlow Gardiner. Only son of Robert Barlow 

Gardiner, Esq., deceased. Born at Brompton, aged 18. 

Elected . 15 May, 1861. Admitted (St. and $. 12 Oct. 
1861. 

Second Class, Classics and Math. Mods. Easter Term 1863. 
Second Class, Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 1865. Wills 
Reading Prize 1865, 1866. B.A. 3 May, 1866. M.A. 
26 Nov. 1868. Compounded 9 May, 1881. 

Born 23 May, 1843. Educated at St Paul's School. In Holy 
Orders. Fourth Master, St Paul's School, 1875. F.S.A. 1887. 
Editor of Admission Registers of St PauVs School, and of the 
Registers of JViuUiam College. 
Great-nephew of Robert B. G., 1789. 



1861.] WARDEN SYMONS. 519 

Henry Skelton. Eldest son of Henry Skelton, Esq. Born 
at Thorner, near Leeds, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 27 Nov. 
1861. 

Name removed 27 June, 1865. 

Educated at Winchester. Became a resident Magistrate under 
Rajah Brooke in Sarawak, and died there. 

John William Oddie. Only son of Thomas Oddie, Esq. 
Born at Blackburn, Lancashire, aged 22. Admitted Qt. 
27 Nov. 1861. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1863, 1864. First Class, Litt. 
Hum. Michaelmas Term 1865. B.A. 14 Dec. 1865. 
M.A. 1868. Name removed 23 Oct. 1867. Elected 
Fellow of Corpus Christi College 5 July, 1867. Tutor 
1867 to 1873. Dean 1873. Vice-President 1874 

William Francis Dashwood Lang. Eldest son of the 
Eev. Dashwood Lang, B.A., of St Alban Hall, Oxford. 
Born at Westleigh Vicarage, North Devon, aged 19. 
Admitted <. 27 Nov. 1861. 

B.A. 14 June, 1866. M.A. 1871. Name removed 10 Oct. 
1871. 

Rector of Instow, Devon, 1869. Rector of Deane, Hants, 1893. 

Henry Norton Palmer. Only son of Henry Norton 
Palmer, Esq., deceased. Born at Old Buckenham, Nor- 
folk, aged 18. Admitted <. 27 Nov. 1861. 

Name removed 2 May, 1863. Migrated to Emanuel 
College, Cambridge. B.A. 1866. 

Thomas Foord Hilton. Eldest son of Thomas Hilton, 
Esq. Born at Zante, Ionian Islands, aged 18. Admitted 
(ft. 27 Nov. 1861. 

Name removed 24 April, 1863. 

Of Nackingtun, Canterbury ; deceased. 



520 WARDEN SYMONS. [1861-62. 

Frederic Freeman. Third son of Joshua Freeman, Esq. 
Born at Dursingham, near Lynn, Norfolk, aged 20. Ad- 
mitted (ft. 27 Nov. 1861. 

B.A. 14 Dec. 1865. M.A. 1871. Name removed 4 June, 

1877. 



1862. 

William Pitt Manson. Eldest son of William Pitt 
Manson, Esq., B.A., of Trinity College, Cambridge, 
Barrister. Born at Islington, London, aged 18. Elected 
. 15 May, 1861. Admitted <. and J>. 25 Jan. 1862. 

Second Class, Classics Mods. Michaelmas Term 1863. 
Third Class, Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1866. B.A. 
14 June, 1866. M.A. 4 March, 1869. Name removed 
6 Oct. 1869. 

Educated at Highgate School. In Holy Orders. Died 
15 April, 1873. 

Charles Edward Cockin. Third son of the Eev. William 
Cockin, M.A., of Brasenose College, Oxford, and brother 
of William Cockin ((ft. 1857). Born at Minchinhamp- 
ton, Gloucestershire, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 25 Jan. 
1862. Admitted Clerk (no date). 

Pigott and Goodridge Exhibitioner 1862 to 1866. Second 
Class, Classics Mods. Easter Term 1864. Third Class, 
Litt. Hum. Easter Term 1866. B.A. 14 June, 1866. 
M.A. 1871. Compounded 10 Oct. 1871. 

Rector of Lea, Lincoln, 1874. Rector of Etton, Hull, April, 
1894. 

Alfred Roscoe. Third surviving son of Robert Roscoe, 
Esq., deceased. Born at Finchley, Middlesex, aged 20. 
Admitted (ft. 25 Jan. 1862. Died. 

Name removed on death 7 March, 1862. 



1862.] WARDEN SYMONS. 521 

George Thomas Harding. Fourth son of the Rev. 
William Harding, M.A., formerly ,-ff. of Wadham 
College. Brother of Edward George Harding ((ft. 1858), 
of John Harding (OL 1860), and of William Harding 
(<. 1861). Born at Hockley, Essex, aged 19. Admitted 
(!T. 2 May, 1862. 

Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1863 to 1867. B.A. 8 June, 
1865. M.A. 6 Nov. 1868. Name removed June, 1869. 

Rector of St Peter's, Bristol, 1872. Died 17 March, 1881. 

David Ker. Second son of Stewart Ker, Esq., Merchant, 
Liverpool. Born at Bowdon Vale, Cheshire, aged 19. 
JE. at Queen's College, Oxford, 10 Oct. 1861. Elected 
S?. of Wadham 4 June, 1862. Admitted S>. 7 June, 
1862. 

Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1864 to 1867. Second Class, 
Classics Mods. Easter Term 1863. Second Class, Litt. 
Hum. Michaelmas Term 1865. Name removed 13 April, 
1872. 

Arthur Clement Custance. Second son of the Rev. 

Clement Custance, M.A., of Trinity College, Cambridge. 
Born at Col wall, near Great Malvern, aged 18. Ad- 
mitted <. 18 June, 1862. 

B.A. 17 Dec. 1866. M.A. 1873. Name removed 6 Feb. 
1873. 

Educated at Eton. Hector of Binbrooke, Line., 1886. 

Samuel Augustus Barnett. Eldest son of Francis 
Augustus Barnett, Esq. Born at Bristol, aged 18. Ad- 
mitted 01. 18 June, 1862. 

Second Class, Law and Mod Hist. Michaelmas Term 1865. 
B.A. 14 Dec. 1865. M.A. 4 Feb. 1869. Name removed 
28 May, 1869. 

Vicar of St Jude's, Whitechapel, 1873. Canon of Bristol, 1893. 

Edward William Moore. Eldest son of Edward Wills 
Moore, Esq. Born at Coleshill, near Farringdon, Berks, 
aged 18. Admitted (ft. 18 June, 1862. 



522 WARDEN SYMONS. [1862. 

Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1865 to 1868. Third Class, 
Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 1866. Denyer and 
Johnson Scholar 1869. B.A. 19 Dec. 1866. M.A. 
20 March, 1869. Compounded 20 March, 1869. 

Educated at Blackheath School. Minister of Brunswick 
Chapel, 1871. Vicar of Emanuel Church, Wimbledon, 1887. 

John King Lethbridge. Second son of John King 
Lethbridge, Esq., deceased. Born at Tregeare, near 
Launceston, Cornwall, aged 18. Admitted (. 18 June, 
1862. 

B.A. 6 July, 1867. M.A. 23 June, 1869. Compounded 
23 June, 1869. 

Born 1 Sept. 1843. Educated at Repton. Vicar of Laneast, 
Corn., 1870 to 1876. Chaplain to the Forces, 1875. 
Nephew of H. A. Simcoe, 1818. 

Walter Byard Sheppard. Eldest son of the Kev. Walter 
Sheppard, M.A., of Exeter College, Oxford, deceased. 
"Born at Hermitage, near Newbury, Berks, aged 19. Ad- 
mitted OT. 18 June, 1862. 

Name removed 9 Jan. 1864. 

Eugene Ezekiel Pope Legge. Second son of Ezekiel 
Pope Legge, Esq., deceased. Born at Burton Bradstock, 
near Bridport, Dorset, aged 21. Admitted <JL 18 June, 
1862. 

B.A. 1865. M.A. 4 Feb. 1869. Name removed 28 May, 
1869. 

In Deacon's Orders. Of Litton Cheney, Dorset. Died 12 May, 
1880. 

William Colpoys Midwinter. Eldest son of the Rev. 
Nathaniel Midwinter, M.A., of Magdalen College, Oxford. 
Born at Eareham, Hants, aged 17. Admitted (ft. 18 June, 
1862. 

Name removed 11 June, 1866. 

Born 26 July, 1844. Became a Deputy Commissioner in the 
Uneovenanted Civil Service of India, and died 13 Aii' r . 1891. 



1862.] WARDEN SYMONS. 523 

Hugh Joseph Rockett. Only son of Hugh Rockett, 
Esq. Born at Cheltenham, aged 20. Admitted (ft. 
18 June, 1862. 

Name removed 6 March, 1867. 
In Holy Orders. 

George Sholto Douglas Murray. Second surviving 
son of the Rev. George William Murray, M.A., of 
Merton College, Oxford, Vicar of Bromsgrove. Born at 
Kinlet, Shropshire, aged 18. Elected >. 4 June, 1862. 
Admitted <. and <&. 18 Oct. 1862. 

Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1863 to 1867. First Class, 
Classics Mods. Easter Term 1864. Second Class, Litt. 
Hum. Michaelmas Term 1866. B.A. 7 Feb. 1867. 
M.A. 1869. Elected Senior Student of Christ Church, 
Christmas 1868. Name removed 1 Feb. 1869. 

Born 13 July, 1844. Educated at King Edward's School, 
Birmingham, and Shrewsbury School. Called to the Bar 
(Lincoln's Inn), 17 Nov. 1875. Private Secretary to the 
Parliamentary Secretary to the Local Government Board, 
1878. Assistant Commissioner of Endowed Schools, 1881. 
Assistant Charity Commissioner. 

Frederick William Spurling. Second son of John 
Spurling, Esq. Born in St Mary's parish, Islington, 
aged 18. Elected . 4 June, 1862. Admitted <E. and 
&. 18 Oct. 1862. 

Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1866 to 1869. First Class, 
Classics Mods. Easter Term 1864. First Class, Litt. 
Hum. Michaelmas Term 1866. B.A. 7 Feb. 1867. 
M.A. 1870. Lecturer (Wadham) 1867, 1868. Lecturer 
(Brasenose) 1874, 1875. Tutor of Keble College 1875. 

Born 3 Feb. 1844. Educated at St Paul's School. Assistant 
Master at Westminster, 1869 to 1871 ; at Rugby, 1871 to 1874. 
Ordained Deacon, 1884 ; Priest, 1886 ; Examining Chaplain 
to the Bishop of Chester, 1889. 

William Crofton Green. Second son of Thomas John 
Green, Esq. Born at Bedford, aged 19. Admitted <. 
18 Oct. 1862. 



524 WARDEN SYMONS. [1862. 

Third Class, Classics Mods. Michaelmas Term 1864. Third 
Class, Law and Mod. Hist. Michaelmas Term 1866. 
B.A. 7 Feb. 1867. M.A. 1874. eT.Jtt. account closed 
12 Feb. 1877. 



Henry Walter M'Grath. Only son of the Eev. Henry 
Walter M'Grath, M.A., of Dublin University, Canon of 
Manchester. Born at Pendleton, near Manchester, aged 
19. Admitted OT. 18 Oct. 1862. 

B.A. 6 July, 1867. M.A. 24 March, 1870. Name removed 
12 Oct. 1875. Compounded 5 Nov. 1889. 

In Holy Orders. 

Herbert David Russell. Second son of David Russell, 
Esq. Born at York, aged 18. Admitted <. 26 Nov. 
1862. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1866. Third Class, Classics Mods. 
Easter Term 1864. Second Class, Litt. Hum. Michaelmas 
Term 1866. B.A. 1866. Name removed Michaelmas 
1867. 

Died 8 Sept. 1867. 



Arthur Southby. Third son of Richard Worledge 
Southby, Esq. Brother of Richard William Southby 
(({I. 1855). Born at Hare Hatch, near Maidenhead, aged 
18. Admitted OL 26 Nov. 1862. 

B.A. 14 June, 1866. M.A. 3 June, 1869. Compounded 
3 Nov. 1869. 

Born 22 Oct. 1844. Educated at Highgate. 



Richard William Partridge. Eldest son of William 
Partridge, Esq., M.A., of Christ Church. Born in 
London, aged 18. Admitted 01. 26 Nov. 1862. 

Name removed 25 Jan. 1864. 

Called to tlie Bar (Middle Temple), 7 June, 1873. 



1862-63.] WARDEN SYMONS. 525 

Perry Fairfax Nursey. Third surviving son of the Rev. 

Perry Nursey, B.A., of Cambridge. Born at Burlingham, 
Norfolk, aged 22. Admitted (ft. 26 Nov. 1862. 

B.A. 7 Dec. 1865. Name removed 14 June, 1869. 

Vicar of Norton, Radnor, 1878. Rector of Spaxton, Somerset, 
1894. 

Ernest Edward Dugmore. Third son of William 
Dugmore, Esq., Q.C. Born at Paddington, London, aged 
19. Admitted (ft. 26 Nov. 1862. 

B.A. 21 June, 1867. M.A. 10 June, 1869. OT.JE. account 
closed 25 Jan. 1878. 

Born 16 Jan. 1843. Educated at Bruce Castle School, Totten- 
ham. Vicar of Parkstone, Dorset, 1872. 

Author of From the Mountains of the East ; Gospel Idylls ; 
Sunday Readings on the Collects. 



1863. 

Alfred Rudall. Second surviving son of John Henry 
liudall, Esq. Born at Kennington, Surrey, aged 22. 
Admitted (ft. 16 Jan. 1863. 

Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1864 to 1867. B.A. Dec. 
1865. M.A. 12 Oct. 1871. Compounded 10 Oct. 
1871. 

Born 13 June, 1840. Vicar of St Paul, Penzancc, 1866. In- 
cumbent of St Mary, Aberdeen, 1 870. Vicar of Carnmenellis, 
Corn., 1872. Vicar of St Agnes, Scorrier, Corn., 1887. 

Herbert Smith. Eldest son of the Eev. Charles Smith, 
B.D., of St Peter's College, Cambridge, Rector of Newton, 
near Sudbury, Suffolk. Born at Newton, near Sudbury, 
aged 20. Admitted (ft. 28 Jan. 1863. 

S.C.L. and B.A. 17 Dec. 1867. M.A. 3 June, 1869. 
Rector of Chilton, Suffolk, 1874. 



526 WARDEN SYMONS. [18G3. 

Arthur Edward Griffiths. Only son of Major-General 
Frederick Charles Griffiths, 9th Lancers. Born at 
Maidstone, Kent, aged 18. Admitted <ft. 28 Jan. 1863. 

B.A. 4 Feb. 1869. M.A. 3 Nov. 1870. 
Born 6 March, 1844. Educated at Eton. 

William Hilary Moullin. Eldest son of William Balliol 
Moullin, Esq., deceased. Born at St Peter Port, Guern- 
sey, aged 18. Admitted OT. 18 April, 1863. 

B.A. 6 July, 1867. &.J&. account closed (with arrears) 
Christmas 1869. 

Called to the Bar (Lincoln's Inn), 27 Jan. 1868. Entered the 
Diplomatic Service. 

Townshend Monckton Hall. Only son of the Eev. 

William Cradock Hall, M.A., of Queen's College, 
Oxford. Born at Torquay, aged 18. Admitted <JT. 
23 May, 1863. 

Name removed 29 Nov. 1864. 

William Francis Locke Faddon. Second son of the 
Eev. Thomas Henry Paddon, M.A., of Trinity College, 
Oxford, Vicar of High Wycombe, Bucks. Born at High 
Wycombe, aged 18. Admitted 01. 3 June, 1863. 

B.A. 13 Dec. 1866. Name removed 4 July, 1870. 

Incumbent of Kilmain, County Mayo, 1878 to 1889. Preben- 
dary of Killineen and Canon of Tuam, 1887. 

Edward Reid Currie. Only living son of Edward Currie, 
Esq., Bengal Civil Service. Born at Calcutta, aged 19. 
Admitted 01. 3 June, 1863. 

B.A. 27 Feb. 1868. M.A. 1872. B.D. and D.D. 1888. &.JE. 
account closed Jan. 1876. Compounded 27 Feb. 1885. 

Born 16 Feb. 1844. Educated at Cheltenham College. Vicar 
of St Bartholomew, Chichester, 1874. Dean and Vicar of 
Battle, Sussex, 1882. 

William Henry Sandon. Second son of the Eev. 

Thomas Sandon, M.A., of Queens' College, Cambridge, 



1863.] WARDEN SYMONS. 527 

deceased. Born at Lincoln, aged 18. Admitted OL 
3 June, 1863. 

Third Class, Law and Mod. Hist. Michaelmas Term 1867. 
B.A. 13 Feb. 1868. M.A. 1 Dec. 1870. e.Jtt. account 
closed 22 Oct. 1875. 

Vicar of Stanford-on-Avon, 1875. Died 25 Jan. 1886, aged 
41. 

Benjamin Stewart Darbyshire. Fourth son of Ben- 
jamin Darbyshire, Esq. Born at West Derby, Liverpool, 
aged 18. Admitted 01. 3 June, 1863. 

B.A. 9 Dec. 1869. M.A. 9 April, 1870. Compounded 
23 April, 1870. 

Vicar of St Nicholas, Blundell Sands, 1870. Vicar of Laughten- 
en-le-Morthen, Yorks, 1882. Vicar of St George's, Burscough 
Bridge, Ormskirk, 1890 to 1892. 

George Henderson Burr. Third son of Edward Burr, 
Esq. Born at Dunstable, Bedfordshire, aged 19. Ad- 
mitted 01. 3 June, 1863. 

B.A. 18 June, 1868. M.A. 1875. C.JE. account closed 

15 May, 1875. 

In Holy Orders. " Died 6 Jan. 1884." (F.) 

Thomas Robinson. Second son of George Robinson, Esq. 
Born at Sedgebrook, Grantham, Lincolnshire, aged 19. 
Admitted (ft. 3 June, 1863. 

B.A. 18 June, 1868. Name removed 13 Nov. 1874. 

Vicar of Heslington, Yorks, 1877. Rector of Hinderclay, 
Suff., 1880. Rector of Brettenham, Norf., 1885. 

Joseph Dobell. Eldest son of Joseph Dobell, Esq. Born 
at Boden, Shropshire. JE. a member of Christ Church 

16 Oct. 1861, aged 16. Elected . here 20 May, 1863. 
Admitted j. 5 June, 1863. 

First Class, Classics Mods. Easter Term 1863. Second 
Class, Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 1865. B.A. 7 Dec. 



528 WARDEN SYMONS. [1863. 

1865. M.A. 25 June, 1868. Name removed 8 July, 
1868. 

Vicar of Bettisfield, Flints., 1874. Vicar of Gwersyllt, Denb., 

1878. 

Francis William Caulfield. Eldest son of the Rev. 
Edward Warren Caulfield, M.A., of Queen's College, 
Oxford. JE. as (ft. of Corpus Christ! College 21 Oct. 
1862 (aged 19). Elected . of Wadham 20 May, 1863. 
Admitted J&. 5 June, 1863. 

Second Class, Classics Mods. Michaelmas Term 1864. 
B.A. 8 March, 1866. Name removed 28 April, 1873. 

Francis John Jayne. Second son of John Jayne, Esq. 
Born at Llanelly, Breconshire, aged 18. Elected ^. 
20 May, 1863. Admitted (ft. 16 Oct. 1863. Admitted 
&. 17 Oct. 1863. 

Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1866 to 1869. First Class, 
Classics Mods. Easter Term 1865. First Class, Litt. 
Hum. Trinity Term 1867. First Class, Law and Mod. 
Hist. Michaelmas Term 1867. B.A. 27 Feb. 1868. 
(JT.JE. retored 29 April, 1868. M.A. 1870. B.D. and 
D.D. 1889. Fellow of Jesus College 1868 to 1873. 
Senior Hall-Houghton (Greek Testament) Prize 1870. 
Tutor of Keble College 1871 to 1879. Examiner in 
Theology 1877, 1878, 1879. Whitehall Preacher 1875 
to 1877. Select Preacher 1884. 

Educated at Rugby. Principal of St David's College, Lampeter, 
1877, and Rural Dean, 1885. Vicar of Leeds and Rural Dean, 
1886. Bishop of Chester, 1888. 

Winfield Cooper. Son of John Cooper, Esq. Born at 
Dunstable, Bedfordshire, aged 20. Admitted (.16 Oct. 
1863. 

Third Class, Classics Mods. Michaelmas Term 1865. B.A. 
6 Dec. 1866. M.A. 3 June, 1870. Name removed 
3 June, 1870. 

Vicar of Copthome, Sussex, 1881. 

Robert Fannin M-Causland. Eldest son of the Itev. 

William Henry M'Causland, M.A., of Trinity College, 



1863.] WARDEN SYMONS. 529 

Dublin. Born at Parsonstown, King's County, Ireland, 
aged 19. Admitted <. 16 Oct. 1863. 

B.A. 18 June, 1868. Name removed 18 June, 1868 ; re- 
placed 1 June, 1870. (.JE. account closed 7 Jan. 

1877. 

Vicar of Hawsker, Yorks, 1880. 

Thomas Crump. Eldest son of Thomas Crump, Esq. 
Born at Cleobury Mortimer, Shropshire, aged 18. Ad- 
mitted (ft. 16 Oct. 1863. 

B.A. 12 June, 1868. (!LJE. account closed Christmas 
1872. 

Vicar of Do\vnton-on-the-Rock, Hereford, 1876. Vicar of 
Corfe, Somerset, 1880. 

Edgar Wight. Eldest son of James Lane Wight, Esq. 
Born at Bedford Place, Bloomsbury, London, aged 18. 
Admitted <. 16 Oct. 1863. 

B.A. 6 July, 1867. M.A. 1872. Name removed 7 March, 
1872. 

Educated at Rugby. Called to the Bar (Middle Temple) 
10 June, 1870. 

Henry William Yule. Eldest son of Henry Braddick 
Yule, Esq., Commander, R.N. Born at Lambeth, Surrey, 
aged 18. Admitted <. 16 Oct. 1863. 

Third Class, Law and Mod. Hist. Michaelmas Term 1867. 
B.A. 1867. M.A. and B.C.L. 23 June, 1870. Com- 
pounded 20 April, 1870. B.D. 1877. D.C.L. 1887. 
Assistant Lecturer (St John's) 1869 to 1872. Tutor to 
Unattached Students 1869 to 1871. 

Domestic Chaplain to the Duke of Maryborough, 1871. Vicar 
of Hampton Gay, Oxon, 1871. Rector of Shipton-on-Cherwell, 
1874. 

Reginald Tompson. Third surviving son of the Eev. 

Matthew Carrier Tompson, ALA., of Trinity College, 



530 WARDEN SYMONS. [1863. 

Oxford. Born at Alderminster, Worcestershire, aged 18. 
Admitted OL 16 Oct. 1863. 

B.A. 27 June, 1867. M.A. 10 Nov. 1870. Name removed 
4 March, 1874. 

Rector of Woodstone, Hunts, 1871. 

BTelsup Still Hill. Eldest son of the Eev. Melsup Hill, 
B.A., of Jesus College, Cambridge. Born at Lye Waste, 
near Stourbridge, Worcestershire, aged 19. Admitted 
<. 17 Oct. 1863, and Bible Clerk the same day. 

Pigott and Goodridge Exhibitioner 1863. Hody (Greek) 
Exhibitioner 1865 to 1869. Second Class, Classics Mods. 
Michaelmas Term 1865. Third Class, Litt. Hum. 
Michaelmas Term 1867. B.A. 17 Dec. 1867. M.A. 
1871. Compounded 18 May, 1871. 

Born 5 Oct. 1844. Educated at Kidderminster Grammar 
School. Assistant Master in Leeds Grammar School, 1871 to 
1887. 

Mervyn Standish de Montmorency. Third son of 
John de Montmorency, Esq., Deputy Lieutenant of the 
county of Kilkenny. Born at Dublin, aged 19. Ad- 
mitted 01. 9 Dec. 1863. 

Third Class, Classics Mods. Michaelmas Term 1865. Good- 
ridge Exhibitioner 1867. B.A. 30 May, 1868. C.JH. 
account closed 1 Jan. 1877. 

Called to the Bar (Inner Temple) 26 Jan. 1870. 

Philip Walter Pears. Second son of the Rev. James Eobert 
Pears, M.A., formerly JF. of Magdalen College, Oxford. 
Born at Bath, aged 17. Admitted <. 9 Dec. 1863. 

Third Class, Law and Mod. Hist. Michaelmas Term 1867. 
B.A. 27 Feb. 1868. M.A. 22 Oct. 1891. Name removed 
19 June, 1868: subsequently replaced 1891. 

Charles Dunlop Smith. Second son of the liev. James 
Allan Smith, M.A., of Queen's College, Oxford, deceased, 



1863-64] WARDEN SYMONS. 531 

and brother of James Allan Smith (<ft. 1860). Born at 
Pyecombe, Sussex, aged 19. Admitted (ft. 9 Dec. 1863. 

B.A. 6 Dec. 1866. M.A. 4 May, 1870. Compounded 
14 June, 1870. 

Born 7 May, 1844. Educated at Cheltenham College. Vicar 
of South Mailing, Sussex, 1875 to 1881. Rector of Didsbury, 
Manchester, 1881. 

Samuel Maude. Eldest son of the Rev. Joseph Maude, 
M.A., formerly Jf. of Queen's College, Oxford. Born at 
Newport, Isle of Wight, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 9 Dec. 
1863. 

Fourth Class, Law and Mod. Hist. Michaelmas Term 1867. 
B.A. 18 June, 1868. M.A. 23 June, 1870. Compounded 
10 Oct. 1870. 

Born 27 Sept. 1845. Educated at Os\vestry Grammar School. 
Vicar of Needham Market, Suffolk, 1882. Vicar of Hockley, 
Essex (on presentation of the College), 1893. 

John Boyd Gilmore. Eldest son of George Gilmore, Esq. 
Born at Sydney, New South Wales, aged 18. Admitted 
01. 9 Dec. 1863. 
Name removed 5 June, 1866. 

Henry Peter Moor. Second surviving son of the Rev. 

James Hoare Christopher Moor, B.D., formerly Jf. of 
Magdalen College, Oxford. Born at Clifton-on-Dunsmore, 
Rugby, aged 19. Admitted <. 9 Dec, 1863. 

B.A. 10 June, 1869. .JE. account closed Jan. 1877. 



1864. 

Frederick Robinson. Third surviving son of the Rev. 
John Ellill Robinson, M.A., of Christ Church. Born, at 
Chieveley, near Newbury, Berks, aged 18. Admitted (!T. 
15 March, 1864. 

B.A. 27 June, 1867- M.A. 1871. Name removed Christ- 
mas 1875. 



532 WARDEN SYMONS. [1864. 

John Edward Egginton. Eldest son of John Egginton, 
Esq., Banker. Born at Hull, in the parish of Sculcoates, 
aged 19. Admitted 01. 15 March, 1864. 

Name removed 6 Nov. 1866. 
Died 8 June, I860. 

Edward Emilius Kelly. Second son of the Eev. Walter 
Kelly, M.A., of Cains College, Cambridge. Born at 
Preston, near Brighton, aged 17. Admitted (ft. 1 June, 
1864 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1865. Third Class, Classics Mods. 
Trinity Term 1866. B.A. 27 June, 1867. M.A. 1871. 
Compounded 26 April, 1871. 

Born 12 Oct. 1845. Educated at Loughborougli Grammar 
School. Vicar of Eartham, Sussex, 1878. 

Henry Copleston Guyon. Eldest son of the Eev. 

Charles Langford Guyon, M.A., of Wadham College ((ft. 
1829). Born at Lamyat, near Evercreech, Somerset, 
aged 17. Admitted (ft. 1 June, 1864. 

B.A. and S.C.L. 8 Dec. 1870. M.A. 1873. Name removed 
7 March, 1872. 

Educated at Highgate. Rector of Lamyat, Somerset, 1881. 

Formby Neumann. Second son of the Eev. John Stubbs 
Neumann, M.A., of St Peter's College, Cambridge. Born 
at Hockcliile, near Leighton Buzzard, aged 19. Ad- 
mitted 01. 1 June, 1864. 

Name removed 14 Oct. 1868. 

William Allitt Canning. Only son of "William Eolwell 
Canning, Esq. Born at Leamington, Warwickshire, aged 
18. Admitted (ft. 1 June, 1864. 

B.A. 19 March, 1868. (2LJE. account closed Midsummer 

1882. 

Solicitor. Admitted Michaelmas Term 1871. Practising at 
Leamington. 



1864.] WARDEN SYMONS. 533 

Robert Braithwaite. Eldest son of the Eev. Eobert 
Braithwaite (Literate). Born at Mecklenburgh Square, 
London, aged 18. Admitted (. 1 June, 1864. 

Third Class, Law and Mod. Hist. Michaelmas Term 1868. 
B.A. 9 Dec. 1869. Name removed 2 May, 1872. 

Called to the Bar (Lincoln's Inn) 6 June, 1871. 

William Henry Strong. Eldest son of the Eev. William 
Henry Strong, M.A., of Trinity College, Dublin, aged 18. 
Born at Brafferton, Yorkshire. Admitted (ft. 1 June, 
1864. 

B.A. 18 June, 1868. Name removed 4 April, 1870. 

William Carus- Wilson. Son of William Wilson Carus- 
Wilson, Esq. Born at Casterton, Westmoreland, aged 
19. Admitted <. 1 June, 1864. 

B.A. 21 June, 1867. Name removed 28 May, 1869. 

Vicar of Mayland, Essex, 1874. Rector of Lyndon, Rutland, 
1886 to 1888. 



Eugene Wason. Second son of Eigby Wason, Esq. Born 
at Cor war, near Girvan, Ayrshire, aged 18. Admitted 
(ft. 1 June, 1864. 

B.A. 18 June, 1868. M.A. 1871. Compounded 22 June, 
1871. 

Born 26 Jan. 1846. Educated at Rugby. Called to the Bar, 
(Middle Temple) 1870 ; subsequently became a Solicitor, and 
was for four years Assistant Examiner to the Incorporated Law 
Society. ALP. for South Ayrshire, 1885 and 1892. Of Blair, 
by Ayr. J.P. 

William. James Pollock. Second son of John Pollock, 
Esq. Born at Brompton, London, aged 34. B.A. of 
Trinity College, Dublin. Incorporated a B.A. of Wadham 
College, 9 June, 1864. Proceeded to the degree of M.A. 
the same dav. 



f.34 WARDEN SYMONS. [1864. 

B.A. (First Class, Classics) Trinity College, Dublin, 1853. 
Compounded 10 June, 1864. 

Born 10 March, 1830. Educated at the Royal Institution, 
Liverpool. Incumbent of St Peter's, Montrose, 1860 to 1862. 
Rector of St Saviour's, Bath, 1872 to 1876. 

Thomas Edward Hughes. Second son of Thomas 
Hughes, Esq. Born at Clapham, Surrey, aged 19. 
Elected . 11 May, 1864. Admitted 01. 14 Oct. 1864. 
Admitted . 15 Oct. 1864. 

Second Class, Classics Mods. Michaelmas Term 1866. 

Third Class, Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 1868. B.A. 

4 March, 1869. M.A. 1871. Compounded 26 May, 
1871. 

Educated at Rossall School. Assistant Master at Repton, 1870 
to 1879. In Holy Orders. Died 21 May, 1894, aged 47. 

Philip Feck. Third surviving son of the Rev. Jaspar Peck, 
M.A., of Trinity College, Oxford, deceased. Born at 
Bath, aged 19. Elected j&. 11 May, 1864. Admitted 
<. 14 Oct. 1864. Admitted g>. 15 Oct. 1864. 

Second Class, Classics Mods. Michaelmas Term 1866. 
Third Class, Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 1868. B.A. 
4 March, 1869. (tf.JE. account closed (apparently) 
Christmas 1876. 

Educated at St Paul's School. Minister in the Catholic Apos- 
tolic Church. 

William Master-man. Eldest son of Henry Masterman, 
Esq., Solicitor. Born at Clapton, Middlesex, aged 18. 
Admitted 01. 14 Oct. 1864. 

(Joodridge Exhibitioner 1865. Second Class, Classics 
Mods. Trinity Term 1866. Third Class, Litt. Hum. 
Trinity Term 1868. B.A. 18 June, 1868. B.C.L. and 
M.A. 1871. RC.L. 1881. Compounded 5 June, 1871. 

Educated at Winchester. Called to the Bar (Middle Temple) 
10 June, 1870. County Court Jud-v (Notts), 18!)1. 



1864.] WARDEN SYMONS. 535 

Arthur Litton Armitage Forbes. Eldest son of the 
Eev. Armitage Forbes, M.A., of Trinity College, Dublin, 
deceased. Born at Dublin, aged 19. Admitted (ft. 
14 Oct. 1864. 

Name removed Lady Day 1870. 

Henry Thomas Waters. Eldest son of John Waters, 
Esq. Born in St Mary's parish, Westminster, aged 20. 
Admitted <. 14 Oct. 1864. 

Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1867. B.A. 18 June, 1868. 
M.A. 1871. Compounded 27 April, 1871. 

Born 14 July, 1844. Educated at Merchant Taylors' School. 
Vicar of North Holmwood, Dorking. Died 17 April, 1891. 

Gilbert Venables. Eldest surviving son of the Eev. 

George Venables, S.C.L., of St Edmund Hall. Born at 
Woburn, Buckinghamshire, aged 19. Admitted (ft. 
14 Oct. 1864. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1867. Third Class, Law and Mod. 
Hist. Michaelmas Term 1868. B.A. 17 Dec. 1868. 
Name removed 26 Jan. 1869. 

Educated at St Paul's School. On the staff of the Standard 
newspaper. Died 23 Oct. 1888. 

Robert Gabbett Parker. Second son of the Eev. 

Standish Grady Parker, B.A., of Trinity College, Dublin, 
deceased. Born at Limerick, Ireland, aged 18. Ad- 
mitted Or. 14 Oct. 1864. 

B.A. 23 June, 1869. M.A. 6 March, 1873. Name removed 
6 March, 1873. 

Born 14 July, 1846. Of Bally Valley, Clare. J.P. High 
Sheriff, 1891. 

John Brooke Pattrick. Third son of John Pattrick, Esq. 
Born at Dovercourt, near Harwich, Essex, aged 18. Ad- 
mitted (It. 9 Dec. 1864. 



536 WARDEN SYMONS. [1864-65. 

B.A. 12 Dec, 1867. M.A. 1875. e.JE. account closed 
Midsummer 1877. 

Civil Chaplain at Port Louis, and Chaplain to the Bishop of 
Mauritius, 1869. Eector of Bury, Hunts, 1888 to 1893. 



1865. 

William Henry Lawrence Cogswell. Only son of the 
llev. William Cogswell, M.A., of King's College, Windsor, 
Nova Scotia, deceased. Born at Halifax, Nova Scotia, 
aged 19. Admitted <tf. 27 Jan. 1865. 

Second Class, Classics Mods. Trinity Term 1867. B.A. 
12 June, 1868. M.A. 1872. &.JE. account closed 
Christmas 1875. Chaplain of Magdalen College, 1875 to 
1879. 

Vicar of South Hinksey, 1872. Vicar of St Oswald, Chester, 
1879 to 1890. Chaplain to the Bishop of Chester, 1889, and 
Warden of Diocesan Society of Special Service Clergy, 1890. 

William Henry Baynes. Second surviving son of John 
Baynes, Esq. Born at Blackburn, Lancashire, aged 18. 
Admitted <E. 15 March, 1865. 

B.A. 18 June, 1868. M.A. 1871. Compounded 28 Dec. 
1875. 

Chaplain at Hong Kong, 1873 to 1877. Vicar of Wartou, 
Lane., 1882. 

Richard Francis Harrison. Fifth son of Daniel Harri- 
son, Esq. Born at Enh'eld, Middlesex, aged 18. Ad- 
mitted <. 15 March, 1865. 

Name removed 5 June, 1866. 
Educated at High gate School. 

Arthur Wilson. Fourth son of the ttev. Daniel Wilson, 
M.A., of Wadham College (<. 1822), Vicar of Islington. 
Born at Islington, aged 18. Admitted (!T. 14 June, 1865. 
Brother of Daniel Frederick Wilson (OT. 1849). 



1865.] WARDEN SYMONS. 537 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1868. B.A. 17 June, 1869. Name 
removed 17 June, 1869. 

Stockbroker. 

Henry Birdwood Blogg. Second son of Henry Basil 
Blogg, Colonel of the 7th Madras Cavalry. Born at 
(Ootacamund), aged 19. Admitted (&. 14 June, 1865. 
Second Class, Law and Mod. Hist. Michaelmas Term 1869. 
B.A. 17 Dec. 1869. M.A. 1872. eT.JE. restored on 
becoming Chaplain of Christ Church 28 Oct. 1874, 
which post he held till 1879. 

Born 18 Aug. 1845. Educated at Wellington College. Vicar 

of Frodsliam, Cheshire, 1879. 

Author of Memoir of Colonel Francis Duncan, E.A. 

John Edward Farnell. Eldest son of John Wilson 
Farnell, Esq. Born at Salisbury, aged 19. Elected jp. 
31 May, 1865. Admitted 01. 13 Oct. 1865. Admitted 
S>. 14 Oct. 1865. 

Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1868 to 1870. First Class, 
Classics Mods. Michaelmas Term 1867. First Class, 
Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 1869. B.A. 10 Feb. 1870. 
GT.Jtt. restored to his representatives 14 May, 1870. 
He has a monument in the College Chapel with this 
inscription, 

M.S. 
Joannis Edvardi Farnell, 

Hujusce domus 
Scholaris qui suis desideratissimus, 

ob. die Martii, xxiv. 

an. Dom. MDCCCLXX. 

a3t. siue xxiv. 

Educated at Christ's Hospital. 
Brother of George S. F., 1879. 

James Du Boulay. Tenth son of Thomas I)u Boulay, 
Esq. Born at Sandgate, Kent, aged 18. Elected *,. 
31 May, 1865. Admitted (. 13 Oct. 1865. Admitted 
. 14 Oct. 1865. 



538 WARDEN SYMONS. [1865. 

Second Class, Classics Mods. Michaelmas Term 1867. 
Third Class, Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 1869. B.A. 
10 Feb. 1870. M.A. 1872. Name removed 29 Nov. 
1872. 

Vicar of Torpoint, Devonport, 1881 to 1887. Vicar of East 
Hadclon, Nortliants, 1889. 

Alfred Davies Cope. Fourth son of Augustus Lidbrook 
Cope, Esq. Born at Peckham, Surrey, aged 19. Elected 
S>. 31 May, 1865. Admitted <. 13 Oct. 1865. Ad- 
mitted >. 14 Oct. 1865. 

Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1868. Second Class, Classics 
Mods. Michaelmas Term 1867. Third Class, Litt. Hum. 
Michaelmas Term 1869. B.A. 10 Feb. 1870. M.A. 1872. 
Compounded 1 Nov. 1872. 

Born 19 Oct. 1845. Educated at Dulwicli College, &c. Head- 
master of Andover Grammar School, 1874 ; of Queen Eliza- 
beth's Grammar School, Ashbourne, 1880. Vicar of Lower 
Shuckborough, Nortliants, 1883. 

Walter Oldham Hughes-Hughes. Eldest surviving 
son of William Hughes-Hughes, M.A., of Christ Church. 
Born in Brunswick Square, London, aged 18. Elected 
3>. 31 May, 1865. Admitted OL 13 Oct. 1865. Ad- 
mitted . 14 Oct. 1865. 

Second Class, Classics Mods. Easter Term 1867. Third 
Class, Law and Mod. Hist. Michaelmas Term 1869. 
B.A. 17 Dec. 1869. M.A. 1872. Compounded 18 May, 

1872. 

Born 17 May, 1847. Educated at Tonbridge. Assistant 
Master at Tonbridge School, 1880. Died 24 April, 1894. 

Walter Braithwaite. Fifth son of Isaac Braithwaite, 
Esq. Born at Paddington, London, aged 17. Admitted 
<. 13 Oct. 1865. 

Second Class, Law and Mod. Hist. Michaelmas Term 1869. 
B.A. 17 Dec. 1869. 

" Died 8 Feb. 1872." (F.) 



1865.] WARDEN SYMONS. 539 

William Barrow Pratt. Only son of the Eev. Charles 
O'Neill Pratt, M.A., of Trinity College, Dublin. Born at 
Macclesfield, Cheshire, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 13 Oct. 
1865. 

Name removed 12 Oct. 18G6. Migrated to the University 
of Durham, where he was Scholar, and obtained a Second 
Class in Theology 1879. 

In Holy Orders. 

Henry Walter Reynolds. Eldest son of the Rev. Joseph 
William Reynolds, M.A. by mandate of the Archbishop 
of Canterbury. Born at Birmingham, aged 20. Ad- 
mitted <E. 13 Oct. 1865. 

Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1865 to 1870. Third Class, 
Classics Mods. 1867. Pusey and Ellertoii Scholar 1868. 
B.A. 8 Dec. 1870. M.A. 1872. Compounded 13 June, 
1872. 

Born 26 June, 1845. Educated at Merchant Taylors' School. 
Vicar of St Thomas, Camden Town, 1878. Died Jan. 1894. 

Robert Bellamy Clifton. Only son of Robert Clifton, 
Esq. Born at Gedney, Lincolnshire, M.A., and late JF. 
of St John's College, Cambridge ; having been elected 
Professor of Experimental Philosophy in the University 
of Oxford, 24 Nov. 1865, was admitted a member of 
this College 28 Nov. 1865, and JE. 29 Nov. 1865. 

JE. St John's College, Cambridge, 1855. . 1856. B.A. 
(6th Wrangler and Second Smith's Prizeman) 1859. 
JF. of St John's 1860. M.A. 1862. Elected actual Jf. 
of Wadham 1882, having received the emoluments of a 
Fellowship since 1865 ; also Jjf . of Merton 1869. Mem- 
ber of the Hebdomadal Council. M.A., Oxon., 1866. 
Examiner in Natural Science 1868, 1869. 

Born 13 March, 1836. Educated at University College, London. 
Professor of Natural Philosophy, Owen's College, Manchester, 
1860 to 1866. F.K.S., 1868 ; F.E.A.S. ; F.C.P.S. ; Hon. F. 



540 WARDEN SYMONS. [1865. 

Litt. and Phil. Soc., Manchester ; President of the Physical 
Society of London, 1882 to 1884. 

Frederick Cooper. Only son of the Eev. Eobert Cooper, 
B.A., of Wadham College ((ft. 1836), deceased. Born at 
Stratford-sub-Castle, Wilts, aged 19. Admitted (ft, 
8 Dec. 1865. 

B.A. 3 Dec. 1868. Name removed 8 Nov. 1870. 

Vicar of Bradenstoke, Wilts, 1873. Rector of Salmonby, Line., 
1875. Vicar of Dacre, Cunib., 1877. Vicar of Lea Marston, 
Warwick, 1878. 

Edward James Morton. Eldest son of Edward Morton, 
Esq. Born at Skinner Street, Snow Hill, London, aged 
19. Admitted (ft. 8 Dec. 1865. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1866. Second Class, Math. Mods. 
Michaelmas Term 1867. B.A. 10 Dec. 1868. M.A. 
Nov. 1872. 

Born 17 Aug. 1846. Educated at Kidderminster Grammar 
School. Of Heathfield, Wolverley, Wore., J.P. Captain, 1st 
Vol. Batt. Worcestershire Reg , 5 March, 1873. 

Albert Benedict Lyman. Eldest son of the Eev. 

Theodore Benedict Lyman, D.D., of Utica, America. 
Born at Haggerstown, Maryland, America, aged 19. 
Admitted 01. 8 Dec. 1865. 

Name removed 14 Oct. 1868. 

Thomas Sanderson. Only son of Edward Fisher Sander- 
son, Esq. Born at New York, aged 19. Admitted (ft. 
8 Dec. 1865. 

B.A. 8 Dec. 1870. M.A. 1872. Compounded 9 April, 
1880. 

George Panter Woodward. Second son of George 
Roeke Woodward, Esq. Born at Bristol, aged 19. Ad- 
mitted (ft. 8 Dec. 1865. 
Name removed 18 June, 1868. 



1866.] WARDEN SYMONS. 541 



1866. 

Cecil Wray Byng Wilkins Roberts. Second surviving 
son of Captain Adolplms Roberts of Madras 23rd Regi- 
ment, deceased. Born at Richmond, Surrey, aged 20. 
Admitted <. 19 Jan. 1866. 

Name removed Oct. 1867. 

William Shartman Glanvile. Second son of William 

Shartman Glanvile, Esq. Born at Wedmore, near 
Weston-super-Mare, aged 18. Admitted i. 14 March, 
1866. 

B.A. 9 Dec. 1869. M.A. 1874 

In Holy Orders. 

Henry Castle Floud. Only surviving son of the Rev. 

Thomas Floud, M.A., of Wadham College (<. 1830), and 
brother of Thomas Floud ((ft. 1860). Born at Upper 
Tooting, Surrey, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 14 March, 
1866. 

B.A. 17 Dec. 1869. GT.JE. account closed Dec. 1872. 

Vicar of All Saints, Alton, 1875. Vicar of Froyle, Hants, 1876. 

Clement Cams-Wilson Shepheard. Eldest son of the 
Rev. Henry Shepheard, M.A., and late $. of Oriel 
College, Oxford. Born at Cheam, Surrey, aged 18. Ad- 
mitted 01. 14 March, 1866. 

B.A. 23 Dec. 1869. M.A. 1872. Name removed 12 June, 
1873. 

Assumed the additional name of Walwyn. Vicar of Lezayre, 
Isle of Man, 1877 to 1879. Rector of Sacombe, Herts, 1885. 
Died 30 March, 1889. 
Author of Memorials of a Father and Mother. 

Alfred Vyvyan Cox. Eldest son of the Rev. John Miles 
Cox, M.A., of "Worcester College. Born at Stoke, Dorset- 
shire, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 6 June, 1866. 



542 WARDEN SYMONS. [1866. 

Third Class, Math. Mods. Michaelmas Term 1868. Third 
Class, Mathematics, Trinity Term 1870. B.A. 30 June, 
1870. M.A. 1873. 

Born 17 June, 1847. Educated at Crewkerne Grammar School. 
Hector of Hook Norton, Oxon, 1881. 

Frederick Gurney Ballachey. Eldest son of John 
Panayotty Ballachey, Esq., deceased. Born at Grimshy, 
Lincolnshire, Canada West, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 
6 June, 1866. 

Name removed 22 Oct. 1870. 

Samuel Agenor Gobat. Third son of Samuel Gobat, 
D.D., Bishop of Jerusalem. Born at Jerusalem, aged 18. 
Admitted OT. 6 June, 1866. 

Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1867 to 1871. B.A. and 
M.A. 1874. 

Chaplain to the Bishop of Jerusalem, 1875 to 1879. Vicar of 
Shocklach, Cheshire, 1883. Died 29 Oct. 1886. 

John Fattison Tennent. Fourth son of William Middle- 
ton Tennent, Esq. Born at Hobart Town, Tasmania, 
aged 19. Admitted (ft. 6 June, 1866. 

Name removed 18 Oct. 1871. 

James Eyre Thompson. Fifth son of John Thompson, 
Esq. Born at Birkenhead, aged 19. Elected <. 16 May, 
1866. Admitted (. 12 Oct. 1866. Admitted . 13 Oct. 
1866. 

Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1867 to 1872. Second Class, 
Classics Mods Trinity Term 1868. Third Class, Litt. 
Hum. Michaelmas Term 1870. B.A. 1871. M.A. 1873. 
Name removed 30 May, 1873. 

Educated at Liverpool College. Called to the Bar (Inner 
Temple) 17 Nov. 1873. 

Alfred Wallis Paul. Fifth son of Charles Paul, Esq., 
deceased. Born at Ilodland, Bristol, aged 19. Elected 



1866.] WARDEN SYMONS. 543 

. 16 May, 18G6. Admitted <. 12 Oct. 1866. Ad- 
mitted &. 13 Oct. 1866. 

B.A. 10 Feb. 1870. 

Passed for the Indian Civil Service, 1868. 

Henry Dealtry Thomas. Eldest son of the Rev. Henry 
Thomas, M.A., of Trinity College, Dublin, deceased. 
Born at Calcutta, aged 19. Elected g>> 16 May, 1866. 
Admitted <. 12 Oct. 1866. Admitted 5. 13 Oct. 
1866. 

Second Class, Litt. Hum. Trinity Term 1870. B.A. 
18 June, 1870. M.A. May, 1873. Compounded 1 May, 
1873. 

Born 17 June, 1847. Educated at Maryborough College. 
Passed for Indian Civil Service in 1868, but was finally rejected 
on the ground of health. Assistant Master in Manchester and 
Chigwell Grammar Schools. Vicar of Longdon, Wore., Jan. 
1885, till his death 6 Feb. 1889, where he is buried with this 
epitaph, u What I do thou knowest not now, but thou shalt 
know hereafter.'' 

Charles Nevinson. Eldest son of the Rev. Charles Nevin- 
son, M.A., and late ,-fF. of Wadham College (<. 1834). 
Born in All Saints Parish, Stamford, Lincolnshire, aged 
19. Admitted (. 12 Oct. 1866. 

Name removed 13 Feb. 1874. 

James Gordon Crowdy. Eldest son of George Frederick 
Crowdy, Esq., Solicitor. Born at Farringdon, Berks, 
aged 19. Admitted OT. 12 Oct. 1866. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1869. B.A. 16 June, 1870. M.A. 
15 April, 1873. Compounded 16 April, 1873. 

Born 2 July, 1847. Educated at Rugby. Minor Canon of 
Winchester 1872. Precentor 1879. Vicar of Sherfield-on- 
Loddon, Hants, 1890. 
Author of the Winchester Anthem Book. 

Awdry Peck. Fifth surviving son of the Eev. Jasper 
Peck, M.A., of Trinity College, Oxford, deceased, and 



544 WARDEN SYMONS. [1866. 

brother of Philip Peck (<. 1864). Born in the parish of 
Walcot, Bath, aged 19. Admitted <. 12 Oct. 1866. 

B.A. 23 June, 1870. M.A. Feb. 1885. (Jt.JE. account 
closed (apparently) Jan. 1877. 

Born 5 Aug. 1847. Educated at St Paul's School. M.R.C.S. 
and L.R.C.P., 1875. Practising in London. 

John Bromley. Eldest son of Thomas Bayley Bromley, 
Esq. Born at Macclesfield, aged 17. Admitted (ft. 
12 Oct. 1866. 

Name removed 30 Jan. 1868. 

Lincoln Stanhope Wainwright. Second son of Henry 
Maxwell Wainwright, Esq., late Major of 47th Regiment, 
deceased. Born at Holm wood, Surrey, aged 19. Ad- 
mitted <E. 12 Oct. 1866. 

B.A. 23 June, 1870. M.A. 1873. Name removed 5 July, 
1873. 

Born 4 June, 1847. Educated at Marlborough College. Vicar 
of St Peter's, London Docks, 1884. 

Frank Henry Newton. Second surving son of William 
Newton, Esq. Born at Ewerby Thorpe, Lincolnshire, 
aged 18. Admitted OL 12 Oct. 1866. 

Name removed 21 Oct. 1870. 

Basil Hall Morgan Williams. Second surviving son of 
the Rev. Hugh Williams, M.A., of Jesus College, Oxford, 
and Chancellor of the Diocese of Llandaff. Born at 
Newport, Monmouthshire, aged 19. Admitted (ft. 
12 Oct. 1866. 

B.A. 3 Nov. 1870. M.A. 1876. Name removed 26 Oct. 
1876. 

Incumbent of Hcnllys, Monm., 1872. Vicar of Risca, Monm., 

1877. 

Charles Edward Blencowe. Second son of John Jack- 
son Blencowo, Esq. Born at Marston St Lawrence, 
Northamptonshire, aged 18. Admitted iff. 12 Oct. 1866. 



1866.] WARDEN SYMONS. 545 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1870. Second Class, Nat. Science 
Michaelmas Term 1870. B.A. 15 Dec.. 1870. M.A. 
1873. Compounded 24 June, 1873. 

Born 13 Oct. 1847. Vicar of Marston St Lawrence cum 
Warkworth, Oxon., 1876. 

Frederic Daustini Cremer. Second son of Henry 
Cremer, Esq. Born at Barnes, Surrey, aged 18. Ad- 
mitted OL 13 Oct. 1866. Admitted Clerk the same 
day. Elected . 5 June, 1867. Admitted . 12 Oct. 
1867. 

Pigott and Goodridge Exhibitioner 1866. Hody (Greek) 
Exhibitioner 1869 to 1872. Second Class, Classics, 
Mods. Trinity Term 1868. B.A. 16 June, 1870. M.A. 
1873. Name removed 12 June, 1873. 

Chaplain at St Petersburg!!, 1878 to 1881. Vicar of Up- 
Hollancl, Lane., 1881. Rector of Keighley, Yorks, 1888. 

John Evelyn Nixon. Second son of John Nixon, Esq. 
Born at Camden Villa, Cheltenham, aged 23. Admitted 
<. 13 Oct. 1866. 

Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1867. Name removed 30 Jan. 
1868. 

Lewis Richard Charles Bagot. Eldest son of the Eev. 
Charles Walter Bagot, of Christ Church, and late ,-ff. of 
All Souls. Born at Castle Rising, Norfolk, aged 19. 
Admitted OL 16 Oct. 1866. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1868. Third Class, Classics, Mods. 
Trinity Term 1868. B.A. 9 Dec. 1869. M.A. 1873. 
Name removed 12 June, 1873. 

Rector of East Bradenham, Norf., 1872. Vicar of Stanton 
Lacy, Salop, 1879. 

Edward Morrell. Third son of the Eev. George Kidd 
Morrell, M.A. and D.C.L., and late Jf. of St John's 
College, Oxford. Born at Moulsford, Berks, aged 17. 
Admitted 01. 16 Oct. 1866. 

B.A. 17 June, 1869. M.A. 1886. Name removed In Dec, 
1882. 

1 -M 



540 WARDEN SYMONS. [1866-67. 

Henry Wallace Hornby. Fifth son of the Eev. Robert 
Hornby, M.A., of Downing College, Cambridge. Born at 
Walton-le-dale, near Preston, Lancashire, aged 18. Ad- 
mitted (ft. 5 Dec. 1866. 

Fourth Class, Law and Mod. Hist. Michaelmas Term 1869. 
B.A. 24 March, 1870. Name removed 14 May, 1873. 

Educated at Maryborough College. 

Thomas Seville Paynter. Fourth son of Francis 
Paynter, Esq., Solicitor, deceased. Born at Penzance, 
aged 19. Admitted (ft. 5 Dec. 1866. Brother of John 
de Camborne Paynter ((ft. 1861). 

B.A. 23 June, 1870. <.JH. account closed Midsummer 
1873. 

Educated at Christ's Hospital. Rector of Christen, Somerset, 
1879. Rector of How Caple, Hereford, 1884. 

Ernest George Taylor. Eldest son of George Taylor, 
Esq. Born at Wolverhampton, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 
5 Dec. 1866. 

Third Class, Classics, Mods. Trinity Term 1868. Third 
Class, Law and Mod. Hist. Michaelmas Term 1870. 
B.A. 15 Dec. 1870. Name removed 18 Nov. 1871. 
Educated at Shrewsbury. 

1867. 

Charles Ernest Howitt. Third son of Godfrey Howitt, 
Esq., M.D., of Edinburgh. Born at Melbourne, Victoria, 
aged 20. Admitted <ft. 25 Jan. 1867. 

Name removed Nov. 1870. 

Educated at Melbourne University, Victoria. 

James Wright Hatton. Third son of George Hatton, 
Esq., deceased. Born at Manchester, aged 20. Ad- 
mitted (ft. 25 Jan. 1867. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1869, 1870. Second Class, Nat. 
Science, Trinity Term 1871. B.A. 1871. M.A. 1873. 
Compounded 25 Oct. 1873. 



1867.] WARDEN SYMONS. 547 

Born 16 March, 1846. Educated at Manchester Grammar 
School. Vicar of Calverley, Yorks, 1877. Vicar of Knowle, 
Warw., 1892. 

Morgan John Rice. Only son of the Eev. Horatio 
Morgan Rice, B.A., of Trinity College, Cambridge, de- 
ceased. Born at South Hill, near Callington, Cornwall, 
aged 19. Admitted OL 28 Jan. 1867. 

-B.A. 1872. Name removed 20 June, 1872. 

Educated at Maryborough College. In Holy Orders. 

Henry Thornton Wharton. Third son of the Eev. 

Henry James Wharton, M.A., of Emmanuel College, 
Cambridge, deceased. Born at Mitcham, Surrey, aged 
20. Admitted <. 29 March, 1867. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1869, 1870. Warner Exhibitioner. 
Third Class, Nat. Science, Trinity Term 1871. B.A. 
1871. M.A. 1874 Compounded 3 June, 1874 

Born 16 Nov. 1846. Educated at Charterhouse and King's 
College, London. Proceeded to University College Hospital. 
M.R.C.S., 1875. F.Z.S. 

Author of Sappho ; also of papers on Medicine, Botany, Ornith- 
ology, and Philology. 

John Barnes Johnson. Eldest son of the Eev. John 
Lovick Johnson, M.A., of St Edmund Hall, Oxford. 
Born at Swaffham, Norfolk, aged 19. Admitted <#. 
29 March, 1867. 

B.A. 18 June, 1870. M.A. 1875. Name removed 14 May, 
1875. 

In Holy Orders. 

Author of Things present and Things to come. 

James Ernst Block. Second son of Allen William 
Block, Esq. Born at Highgate, aged 20. Admitted (. 
29 March, 1867. 

Name removed 23 Oct. 1868. 



548 WARDEN SYMONS. [1867. 

Henry Charles Squires. Fourth son of William West- 
brook Squires, Esq., M.D., of Edinburgh, deceased. Born 
at Florence, aged 20. Admitted OL 26 April, 1867. 

B.A. 23 June, 1870. M.A. 1878. Name removed 22 Oct. 

1870 ; replaced 28 Oct. 1875. Jf. of the University of 

Bombay. 

Born at Florence, 6th May, 1846. Secretary of C.M.S. for 
Diocese of Bombay, 1870 ; again 1878 and 1887. Principal of 
Robert Money School, Bombay, 1873 to 1876. Incumbent of 
Girgaum Church, 7 Nov. 1878. Vicar of Christ Church, Rich- 
mond, 1886. Rector of St Peter-le-Bailey, Oxford, 28 Oct. 1889. 
Vicar of Holy Trinity, Richmond, Surrey, 16 Sept. 1893. 

William Charles Beaumont Milne. Eldest surviving 
son of William Charles Milne, Esq., M.A., of Aberdeen, 
deceased. Born at Shanghai, aged 19. Admitted (#. 
26 April, 1867. 

Name removed 14 Oct. 1868. 

Educated at King's College, London. 

Vincent John Ryan. Eldest son of the Right Eev. 
Vincent William Eyan, D.D., of Magdalen Hall, Bishop 
of Mauritius. Born at Edge Hill, Liverpool, aged 17. 
Admitted <. 8 June, 1867. 

Third Class, Theology, Trinity Term 1871. B.A. 16 June, 
1871. M.A. 1874. .j&. account closed Lady Day 
1879. 

Born 26 June, 1849. Educated at Royal College, Mauritius, 

and Liverpool College. Incumbent of Wibsey, Yorks, 1873. 

Vicar of Christ Church, Bradford, 1875. Vicar of Manfield, 

Yorks, 1889. 

Brother of Alfred T. R., 1871. 

Edward Harcourt Skrine. Fourth son of Henry 
Duncan Skrine, Esq., M.A., of Waclham College ((ft. 
1833). Born at Warleigh, Bathford, Bath, aged 18. 
Admitted (ft. 14 June, 1867. 

Third Class, Law and Mod. Hist. Michaelmas Term 1871. 
S.C.L. and B.A. 1871. Name removed 13 April, 1872. 
Educated at Uppingham. 



1867.] WARDEN SYMONS. 549 

Thornton Sutton Shaw. Only son' of Charles Shaw, 
Esq., Commander, B.N. Born at Norwich, aged 17. 
Admitted <. 14 June, 1867. 

Fourth Class, Theology, Trinity Term 1871. B.A. 1871. 
M.A. 1874. Compounded 17 April, 1874. 

Born 8 July, 1848. Educated at Norwich Grammar School. 
Eector of Bedingfield, Suffolk, 1878. 

Thomas Dickin Morris. Eldest son of the Eev. Thomas 
Whittaker Morris. Born at Heywood, Lancashire, aged 
19. Admitted (ft. 14 June, 1867. 

Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1868. Third Class, Law and 
Mod. Hist. Trinity Term 1870. B.A. 18 June, 1870. 
M.A. 1875. Name withdrawn 20 April, 1874; replaced 
3 Nov. 1875. (JT.JE. account closed Christmas 1877. 

Educated at Manchester Grammar School. Vicar of Horton, 
Yorks, 1874 to 1875. Vicar of Tottington, Lanes., 1881. 

Frederick William Mercer. Second son of John Mercer, 
Esq., deceased. Born at Maidstone, Kent, aged 18. 
Admitted OL 14 June, 1867. 

B.A. 8 Dec. 1870. M.A. June, 1874. Compounded 
22 May, 1874. 

Born 1 May, 1849. Vicar of Millcombe, Oxon, 1875 to 1888. 

Kerr Hamilton Thompson. Only son of the Eev. 

Abraham Kerr Thompson, D.D., of Queen's College, 
Oxford. Born at Edgbaston, Birmingham, aged 18. 
Admitted <. 14 June, 1867. 

Name removed 6 July, 1870. 

Educated at Bromsgrove. Rector of Convoy, Donegal, 1872. 
Prebendary of Drumholm (Raphoe), 1884. 

Charles Thomas Ward. Eldest surviving son of the 
Eev. George Thompson Ward, B.A., of Peterhouse, Cam- 
bridge. Born at Heddington, Wiltshire, aged 18. Ad- 
mitted <. 14 June 1867. 



550 WARDEN SYMONS. [1867. 

B.A. 1871. M.A. 1874. Name removed 22 May, 1874 
In Holy Orders. Vicar of Chudleigh, Devon, 1885. 



Theodore Williams. Fourth son of Gilbert Trowe 
Williams, Esq. Born at Corsham, near Bath, aged 19. 
Admitted (tf. 14 June, 1867. 

B.A. 1871. M.A. 1875. Name removed 5 Nov. 1872; 
replaced 4 Dec. 1873 ; removed again Michaelmas 1876. 

Vicar of Scampston, Yorks, 1881. 



Patrick Arkley Henderson. Eldest son of Rev. Eobert 
Henderson, M.A., of St John's College, Cambridge. 
Born at Stirling, 18 June, 1841. JE. as <. of Balliol 
College, 12 Oct. 1861. Eirst Class in Moderations June, 
1863. First Class in Finals (Litt. Hum.) Nov. 1865. 
B.A. 19 May, 1866. Elected Jf. of Wadham (at the 
election to the first open Fellowship), 22 June, 1867. 
Admitted actual Jf. 22 June, 1868. Resigned Jf. on 
marriage June, 1870. Re-elected Jf. for five years 
under powers granted by the Queen in Council, 19 April, 
1871. 

Born 18 June, 1841. Educated at Trinity College, Glen- 
almond, and Glasgow University. Snell Exhibitioner 
(Balliol) 1861 to 1866. M.A. 30 April, 1868. Elected 
Humanity Lecturer 1868. Tutor and Chaplain 1868. 
Junior Bursar 1869 and 1881. Catechist 1871 to 1873 
and 1879 to 1881. Divinity Lecturer 1871. Proctor 
1876. Sub-Warden 1881. * Assumed the additional 
name of Wright before Henderson. 



Nathan Bodington. Only son of Jonathan Bodington, 
Es(|. Born at Wilton, near Aston, Warwickshire, aged 
19. Elected . 5 June, 1867. Admitted (ft. 11 Oct. 
1867. Admitted 5. 12 Oct. 1867. 

Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1870. First Class, Litt. Hum. 
Michaelmas Term 1871. B.A. 1872. M.A. 1874. 



1867.] WARDEN SYMONS. 551 

JF. of Lincoln 1874. Tutor 1875 to 1881. Name 
removed 6 Feb. 1875. 

Born 29 May, 1848. Educated at King Edward's School, 
Birmingham. Professor of Classics, Mason College, Birming- 
ham, 1881 to 1882. Principal and Professor of Classics, York- 
shire College, Leeds, 1882. 

Robert Alford. Second son of the Rev. Walter Alford, 
M.A., of St Edmund Hall. Born at Muchelney, Somer- 
set, aged 19. Admitted OL 11 Oct. 1867. Admitted 
Clerk 12 Oct. 1867. 

Second Class, Classics, Mods. Trinity Term 1869. Third 
Class, Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 1871. B.A. 1872. 
M.A. 1874. Name removed Nov. 1876. 

Educated at Marlborough College. 

Frederick Herbert Browne. Second son of Edward 
Stanley Browne, Esq., Colonel of Marines. Born at 
Chatham, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 11 Oct. 1867. Ad- 
mitted Clerk 12 Oct. 1867. 

Elected . 27 May, 1868. First Class, Math. Mods. 
Michaelmas Term 1869. .Second Class, Math. Michael- 
mas Term 1871. B.A. 1871. M.A. 1874. (JT.JE. account 
closed 31 March, 1878. 

Educated at Manchester Grammar School. Headmaster of 
Ipswich School, 1883 ; died July 1894. 



George Kay Gourthope. Eldest son of 

Courthope, Esq., deceased. Born at liotherhithe, aged 
25. Admitted <. 11 Oct. 1867. 

Gooclridge Exhibitioner 1869, 1870. Third Class, Law and 
Mod. Hist. Trinity Term 1871. B.A. 1871. OT.jE. 
account closed and balance paid to his Executors 
17 April, 1874. 

In Holy Orders. 

John Oliph Charles Knapp. Third son of Matthew 
Knapp, Esq. Born at Little Linford House, near New- 



552 WARDEN SYMONS. [1867. 
. , 

port Pagnell, Bucks, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 11 Oct. 
1867. 

Name removed 14 Oct. 1868. B.A. (Christ's Coll, Camb.), 
1873. 

Educated at Harrow. Rector of Shenley, Bucks, 1877 to 1880. 

Charles Woodward Wallis. Eldest son of Charles 
Balfour Wallis, Esq. Born at Calcutta, aged 19. Ad- 
mitted (ft. 15 Oct. 1867. 

' B.A. and M.A. 1875. Compounded 21 Oct. 1875. 

Educated at Bath Grammar School and University College, 
London. Called to the Bar (Middle Temple), 6 June, 1871. 

Alfred Harrison. Eldest son of Richard Harrison, Esq. 
Born at Dringhouses, near York, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 
22 Nov. 1867. 

Name removed 1 June, 1869. 
Educated at Rugby. 

Charles Gale Townley, Third son of the Eev. Edmund 
Townley (Literate). Born in the parish of Cartmell, 
Staveley, Lancashire, aged 19. Admitted (ft. 22 Nov. 
1867. 
B.A. 1871. M.A. 1875. Name removed 4 Oct. 1875. 

Educated at Rossall. Incumbent of Troutbeck, Cumb., 1882. 

Vicar of Egton, Lane. 1893. 

Author of Dedications of Five Churches in the Lake Country. 

George William Hooper. Only son of George Hooper, 
Esq., deceased. Born at Cottington Court, near Deal, 
aged 19. Admitted (ft. 22 Nov. 1867. 
B.A. 1872. (JT.p. account closed 1 Jan. 1877. 
Educated at Canterbury. 

Charles Alexander Campbell Parker. Second surviv- 
ing son of the Eev. Joseph Timothy Parker, M.A., of 
Queen's College, Oxford, deceased. Born at Kensington, 
aged 19. Admitted (ft. 22 Nov. 1867. 



1867-68.] WARDEN SYMONS. 553 

Third Class, Law and Mod. Hist. Michaelmas Term 1871. 
B.A. 1872. M.A. 1875. Compounded 10 June, 1875. 

Educated at Maryborough College. In Holy Orders. Died 
16 Oct. 1879. 

Walter Alfred Firth. Second son of Frederick Hand 
Firth, Esq. Born at North wich, Cheshire, aged 19. 
Admitted (. 22 Nov. 1867. 

B.A. 1871. M.A. 1875. Name removed 4 Nov. 1875. 

Born 23 April, 1850. Educated at Haileybury. Vicar of St 
Luke's, Brighton, 1885. Vicar of Portfield, Sussex, 1893. 

John Tasker Maitland. Eldest son of Eobert Searles 
Maitland, Esq. Born at Croydon, Surrey, aged 18. 
Admitted <. 22 Nov. 1867. 

B.A. 8 Dec. 1870. M.A. 1874. Name removed 24 June, 
1874. 



1868. 

Edward Bradley. Eldest son of the Eev. Edward Bradley, 
B.A., of Magdalen Hall. Born at Brighton, Sussex, aged 
19. Admitted <. 4 March, 1868. 

Somerscales Exhibitioner 1869, 1870. Second Class, 
Classics, Mods. Michaelmas Term 1869. Third Class, 
Litt. Hum. Trinity Term 1872. B.A. 1872. M.A. 1885. 
C.JE. account closed 1 Jan. 1877. 

Educated at King Edward's School, Birmingham. Sacrist of 
Lichfield Cathedral and Chaplain of Milley's Hospital, 1887. 

Henry Albert Powell. Second son of George Powell, 
Esq., Solicitor. Born at Holloway, Middlesex, aged 19. 
Admitted OT. 20 March, 1868. 

B.A. and S.C.L. 1873. M.A. 1874. (!T.p. account closed 
Michaelmas 1877. 



554 WARDEN SYMONS. [1868. 

John Cunliffe Kay. Second son of Samuel Kay, Esq., 
Solicitor. Born at Manchester, aged 19. Admitted (ft. 
30 May, 1868. 

B.A. and S.C.L. June, 1872. M.A. June, 1875. Com- 
pounded 22 June, 1875. 

Born 16 Jan. 1849. Educated at Shrewsbury, Solicitor, 
practising at Manchester. 

Thomas Inglis Luard. Only son of the Eev. Thomas 
Garnham Luard, M.A., of Wadham College ((ft. 1839). 
Born at Henham, Sussex, aged 19. Admitted (ft. 
30 May, 1868. 

Third Class, History, Michaelmas Term 1872. B.A. 
16 April, 1873. M.A. 18 May, 1877. Compounded 
14 June, 1877. 

Born 23 Jan. 1849. Educated at Harrow. Vicar of Per- 
lethorpe, Notts, 1876 to 1886. 

Robert James Duncan. Only son of Eobert Duncan, 
Esq. Born at Newport, Monmouthshire, aged 18. Ad- 
mitted OL 30 May, 1868. 

B.A. 1871. M.A. 1877. Compounded 14 Dec. 1877. 

Rector of Grosmont, Monm., 1874. Rector of Beer Hackett, 
Dorset, 1883. 

John Edward Milliard. Eldest son of the Eev. John 
Crosier Hilliard, M.A., of St John's College, Oxford. 
Born at Street, Somersetshire, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 
30 May, 1868. 

Fourth Class, Theology, Michaelmas Term 1872. B.A. 
1872. M.A. 1875. Name removed 2 March, 1876. 

Educated at Marlborough College. Rector of Cowley, Middle- 
sex, 1882. 

William Edward Stopford. Third son of Vice-Admiral 



1868.] WARDEN SYMONS. 555 

Robert Fanshaw Stopford. Born at Guildford, Surrey, 
aged 19. Admitted Ot. 30 May, 1868. 

Name removed before 1873. 

Educated at Wellington College. 

Edward Field. Second son of Algernon Sidney Field, 
Esq., Solicitor. Born at Leamington, Warwickshire, 
aged 18. Admitted OL 30 May, 1868. 

B.A. 1872. Name removed 11 July, 1872. 
Educated at Rugby. 

Ernest James Myers. Second son of the Rev. F. Myers, 
M.A., of Clare College, Cambridge. Born at Keswick, 
Cumberland, 13 Oct. 1844. JE. as OL of Balliol College, 
7 Jan. 1863. B.A. 27 May, 1867. First Class in first 
Public Examination Michaelmas Term 1864. Second 
Class in second Public Examination (Litt. Hum.) Michael- 
mas Term 1866. Elected ^.Jf. of Wadham, 23 June, 
1868. Admitted actual Jf. June, 1869. 

Gaisford Greek Verse Prize (Theocritean Idyll) 1865. M.A. 
1871. Humanity Lecturer 1870 and 1871. Librarian 
1870 and 1871. Junior Bursar 1879, 1880. Resigned 
JF. on marriage, Feb. 1883. 

Born 13 Oct. 1844. Educated at Cheltenham College. Called 
to the Bar (Inner Temple) 30 April, 1874. Secretary to the 
London Society for the Extension of University Teaching, 
1876 to 1882. 

Author of The Puritans; The Defence of Rome, (L-c. ; The Judg- 
ment of Prometheus, <0c. ; Translation of Pindar ; and Joint- 
Author (with Lang and Leaf) of Translation of the Iliad. 

Robert Edward Baynes. Fifth son of Robert Baynes, 
Esq. Born at Blackburn, Lancashire. Admitted (JT. 
16 Oct. 1868. Elected . 5 June, 1867. Admitted >. 
16 Oct. 1868. 

First Class, Math. Mods. Trinity Term 1870. First Class, 
Math. Michaelmas Term 1871. First Class, Nat. Science, 



556 WARDEN SYMONS. [1868. 

Michaelmas Term 1872. B.A. 1872. M.A. 1875. 
(2T.JE. account closed on removal to Christ Church, 
17 Jan. 1874 Senior Student of Christ Church 1874 
Lee Reader of Physics 1886. Examiner in Nat. Science 
1878 to 1879, 1881 to 1882. Proctor 1886. 

Educated at Rugby. 

William James Wilson. Second son of the Eight Eev. 
William Scott Wilson, LL.D., Bishop of Glasgow and 
Galloway. Born at Ayr, KB. Admitted (ft. 16 Oct. 
1868. Elected . 27 May, 1868. Admitted <&. 16 Oct. 
1868, aged 19. 

Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1869 to 1873. Second Class, 
Classics, Mods. Trinity Term 1870. Second Class, Litt. 
Hum. Michaelmas Term 1872. B.A. 1873. 

Educated at Trinity College, Glenalmond, and Glasgow Uni- 
versity. Chaplain to the Bishop of Glasgow, 1880 to 1888. 

George Henry Dawson. Eldest son of the Eev. George 
Dawson, M.A., formerly jjf. of Exeter College, Oxford. 
Born at Woodleigh, Devonshire, aged 19. Elected . 
27 May, 1868. Admitted <. and g>. 16 Oct. 1868. 

Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1871. Second Class, Classics, 
Mods. Trinity Term 1870. Second Class, Litt. Hum. 
Michaelmas Term 1872. B.A. 1873. M.A. 1875. Name 
removed 14 May, 1875. 

Educated at Marlborough College. 

John George Moore Stretton. Second son of the Eev. 
Henry Stretton, M.A., of Magdalen Hall, Oxford. Born 
at Hixon, near Colwich, Staffordshire. Admitted <?L 
16 Oct. 1868, aged 18. Admitted Clerk the same day. 

Pigott and Goodridge Exhibitioner 1868. Hody (Hebrew) 
Exhibitioner 1869. Second Class, Classics, Mods. 
Michaelmas Term 1870. Second Class, Theology, 
Michaelmas Term 1872. B.A. 1873. M.A. 1887. 

Educated at Merchant Taylors' School. In Holv Orders. 



1868.] WARDEN SYMONS. 557 

Henry Edmund du Maine Tickell. Only son of the 
Rev. Henry Tickell, M.A., of Queen's College, Oxford, 
deceased. Aged 18. Born at Liddington, Bedfordshire. 
Admitted (ft. 16 Oct. 1868. 

Second Class, Classics, Mods. Michaelmas Term 1870. 
B.A. 1873. 

Born 14 Dec. 1850. Educated at Somersetshire College, Bath. 
Eector of Hittisleigh, Devon, 1879 to 1888. Vicar of Dunsford, 
Devon, 1888. 

George Goodair Dey. Second son of Robert Dey, Esq. 
Born at Bloomsbury, London, aged 20. Admitted (ft. 
16 Oct. 1868. Name removed 19 Jan. 1869. 

Frederick Hancock. Third son of Philip Hancock, Esq. 
Born at Ford Wivelescombe, Somerset, aged 19. Ad- 
mitted (ft. 16 Oct. 1868. 

Second Class, Law and Mod. Hist. Trinity Term 1872. 
B.A. and S.C.L. 1872. M.A. 1886. 

Rector of Meshaw, Devon, 1879. Rector of Sell worthy, Somer- 
set, 1884. J.P. 

Edward Ballachey Hill. Eldest son of the Rev. Edward 
Hill, B.A., of St Edmund Hall. Born at Ludwell, Wilt- 
shire, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 16 Oct. 1868. 

Third Class, Theology, Trinity Term 1872. B.A. 6 June, 
1872. M.A. 15 June, 1876. Compounded 15 June, 
1876. 

Born 4 March, 1850. Educated at Maryborough College. In 
Holy Orders. Vicar of Bitterne, Hants, 1887. 

Charles Harris Tamplin. Third son of Richard William 
Tamplin, Esq., Surgeon. Born in the parish of St James, 
London, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 16 Oct. 1868. 

Name removed 13 Oct. 1869. 
Educated at Sherborne. 



558 WARDEN SYMONS. [1868-69. 

Charles Edward Grenside. Fourth son of the Eev. 

Christopher Grenside, M.A., of St Peter's College, Cam- 
bridge. Born at Moscow, in Eussia, aged 19. Admitted 
01. 16 Oct. 1868. 

Second Class, Law and Mod. Hist. Trinity Term 1872. 
B.A. 1872. M.A. 1876. Compounded 24 March, 1876. 

Born 7 April, 1849. Chorister of New College, 1858 to 1860. 
Educated at St Paul's School. Rector of Emley, Yorks, 1882. 
Vicar of Pinner, Middlesex, 1886. 

Frederick Robert Beart. Second son of Eobert Beart, 
Esq. Born at Godmanchester, Huntingdonshire, aged 18. 
Admitted (. 27 Nov. 1868. 

Fourth Class, Law and Mod. Hist. Michaelmas Term 1871. 
B.A. 1872. M.A. 1877. Compounded 14 June, 1877. 

Educated at Marlborough College. 

Ludovic Charles Andrew Mouton. Only son of 
Captain Ludovic Mouton (of the French Army). Born 
at Boulogne, France, aged 22. Admitted (St. 27 Nov. 
1868. 

Name removed 6 Oct. 1869. 

Subsequently at the London College of Divinity. Vicar of 
Hinton Admiral, Hants, 1876. Vicar of Holy Trinity, Bourne- 
mouth, 1877. Rector of Woodchester, Glouc., 1878. Vicar of 
Brampford Speke, Devon, 1879. Vicar of St John the Evan- 
gelist, Sandown, Isle of Wight, 1882 to 1890. 



1869. 

Bernard Reynolds. Second son of the Eev. Joseph 
William Eeynolds, M.A. (by mandate of the Archbishop 
of Canterbury). Born at Belper, Derbyshire, aged 18. 
Admitted (ft. 15 Jan. 1869. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner. First Class, History, Michaelmas 
Term 1872. Third Class, Jurisprudence, Michaelmas 



1889.] WARDEN SYMONS. 559 

Term 1873. B.A. 1872. M.A. 1875. Compounded 
10 June, 1875. 

Born 2 April, 1850. Educated at Merchant Taylors' School. 
Diocesan Inspector of Schools (London Diocese) 1886. Pre- 
bendary of Cantlers (St Paul's), 1887. 

William Drummond Dowding. Second son of the Rev. 
Townley Ward Dowding, M.A., of Cains College, Cam- 
bridge, Rector of St Peter's, Marlborough. Born at 
Downton, Wilts, aged 19. Admitted (ft. 15 Jan. 1869. 

B.A. and S.C.L. 1872. Name removed 27 Nov. 1880. 
Educated at Marlborough College. 

James Richard Bagott Robertson. Only son of 
James Robertson, Esq. Born at Edinburgh, aged 20. 
Admitted OT. 20 Jan. 1869. 

Name removed 13 June, 1872. B.A. and M.A. (Hertford) 

1875. 

Educated at Lancaster Grammar School, In Holy Orders. 

Edward Howard Moss. Only son of Elkanah Howard 
Moss, Esq. Born at Oldhain, Lancashire, aged 19. Ad- 
mitted (. 15 March, 1869. 

Name removed 18 June, 1870. 

Educated at Winchester. " Of Ravenscroft Hall, Cheshire. 
J.P." (F.) 

Edward George King. Third son of Robert King, Esq. 
Born at Moulton, near Spalding, Lincolnshire, B.A., of 
Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge. Incorporated and 
admitted <. 20 March, 1869. 

Scholar of Sidney Sussex. B.A. (Senior Opt.) 1866. M.A. 
1869. Tyrwhitt Hebrew Scholar 1869. Name removed 
21 April, 1870. Chaplain of Sidney Sussex, 1870. B.D. 
1882. D.D. 1884. Hulsean Lecturer, 1889. 

Vicar of St Edward, Cambridge, 1872 to 1875. Vicar of 

Madingley, Cambridge, 1877. Rector of Grayton, Xorthants, 

1889. 

Author of numerous works on the Scriptures. 



560 WARDEN SYMONS. [1869. 

John Harman Samler. Eldest son of the Eev. John 
Harman Samler, M.A., of Pembroke College, Oxford. 
Born at Swallowcliffe, near Salisbury, aged 19. Admitted 
Or. 9 April, 1869. 
Name removed 19 Dec. 1871. 

Educated at Maryborough College. 

John Charles Wadham. Eldest son of the Eev. John 
Wadham, M.A., of Wadham College, (1840). Born at 
Stowey Vicarage, Somersetshire, aged 19. Admitted <j. 
14 May, 1869. JE. 15 May. 

B.A. 1873. M.A. 1888. Compounded 6 June, 1888. 

Born 24 March, 1850. Educated at Uppingham. Admitted 
Solicitor, 1877. Practising in London. 
Grandson of Thomas W., 1817. 

Henry Nicolle Godfray. Eldest son of Charles Godfray, 
Esq. Born at St Lawrence, Jersey, aged 18. Admitted 
<. 21 May, 1869. 

B.A. 1873. Name removed 26 Nov. 1875. 
Educated at Cheltenham Grammar School. 

John Frome Wilkinson. Second son of the Eev. John 
Wilkinson, M.A., of Merton College (<. 1834), Preben- 
dary of Sarum. Born at Melksham, Wilts, aged 19. 
Admitted OT. 21 May, 1869. 

Second Class, Theology, Michaelmas Term 1873. B.A. 
1873. M.A. 1878. 

Born 16 Dec. 1849. Educated at Marlborough College. Rector 

of Kilvington, Notts, 1887. 

Author of The Friendly Society Movement. 

John Chesman. Third son of Thomas Chesman, Surgeon. 
Born at Sheffield, aged 19. Admitted (ft. 21 May, 
1869. 

Second Class, Law and Mod. Hist, Trinity Term 1872. 
B.A. 1872. 

Educated at Sheffield Collet-late School. In Holv Orders. 



1869.] WARDEN SYMONS. 5G1 



Iltyd Frank Clayton. Second son of Samuel W. Clayton, 
Esq. Born at Kyde, Isle of Wight, aged 20. Admitted 
Or. 21 May, 1869. 

B.A. 1874 M.A. 1876. Compounded 26 Oct. 1876. 

Richard Abbay. Son of Thomas Abbay, Esq. Born 
11 Eeb. 1844, in the parish of Aldborough, Yorkshire. 
|E. as 5. of Exeter College 9 April, 1864. First Class 
in Mathematics, first Public Examination, Michaelmas 
Term 1865. First Class (Math.) second Public Examin- 
ation, Trinity Term 1867. B.A. 6 July, 1867. Elected 
$J.JF. of Wadham 16 June, 1869 ; Admitted 17 June, 
1869. Admitted actual Jf. 1870. 

M.A. 1871. Junior Bursar 1870 to 1872. Pcector of 
Little Bromley, Essex, 1878. Rector of Earl Soham, 
Suffolk, 1880. 

Born 11 Feb. 1844. Educated at St Peter's School, York. 
Lecturer and Demonstrator in Physical Science, King's College, 
London, 1868. Member of the Eclipse Expeditions, 1870 and 
1871. Chaplain of Pusselawa, Ceylon, 1872. F.G.S. F.E.A.S. 

James Edward Prichard. Second son of Augustus. 
Prichard, Esq., M.I). Born at Bristol, aged 20. Ad- 
mitted (K. 16 Oct. 1869. 

Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1871. Third Class, Classics, 
Mods. Michaelmas Term 1871. Third Class, Litt. Hum. 
Michaelmas Term 1873. B.A. 1873. B.M. 1879. 

Born 25 Sept. 1849. Educated at Clifton College. M.E.C.S. 
Eng. and L.S.A. Lond., 1878. House Physician, Universit\ r 
College Hospital, 1878. Practising at Bristol ; Medical Officer 
of H.M. Prison there. 

Philip Alexander Holland. Eldest son of Philip 
Holland, Esq., of Swanscoe Park, Macclesfield, Cheshire. 
Burn at New Hills, Aberdeenshire, aged 18. Admitted 
Or. 16 Oct. 1869. 

B.A. 1875. M.A. 1876. Compounded 6 June, 1877. 
Educated at Macclesfield Grammar School. 



562 WARDEN SYMONS. [1869-70. 

George Campbell Ommanney. Second son of Octavius 
Ommanney, Esq. Born in the parish of Marylebone, 
London, aged 18. Admitted OL 16 Oct. 1869. 

Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1870. Third Class, Theology, 
Michaelmas Term 1872. B.A. 1872. M.A. 1876. 
Name removed 15 June, 1876. 

Born 25 Oct. 1850. Educated at Merchant Taylors' School. 
Vicar of St Matthew's, Sheffield, 1882. 

William Sidney Randall. Eldest son of the Rev. William 
Eandall, M.A., of Trinity College, Dublin. Born at 
Colton, near Leeds, aged 19. Admitted (ft. 16 Oct. 
1869. 

Name removed 19 Oct. 1871. Subsequently of Hertford 
College. B.A. 1875. 

Educated at Westminster. Chaplain to the Forces, 1882. 

Arnold Wordsworth Savory. Third son of Joseph 
Savory, Esq., of Buckhurst Park, Sonning Hill, Berkshire. 
Born at Upper Clapton, Middlesex, aged 19. Admitted 
OL 25 Oct. 1869. 

B.A. and M.A. 1886. 

Educated at Harrow. Proceeded subsequently to St Bees. 
Vicar of Worlabye, Line., 1884. 

18 7O. 

St Leger Algernon Herbert. Eldest son of the late 
Frederick Charles Herbert, Commander, E.N. Born at 
Kingston, Canada West, aged 19. Elected 5. 6 Dec. 
1869. Admitted <E. and &. 29 Jan. 1870. 

Eirst Class, Classics, Mods. Trinity Term 1872. Third 
Class, Litt. Hum. Trinity Term 1874. 

Educated at the Royal Naval School, New Cross. War cor- 
respondent of the Morning Post. C.M.G. Killed at the battle 
of Abu Kru, 18 Jan. 1885. There is a monument in the 
crypt of St Paul's Cathedral, " In memory of the gallant men 
who, in the discharge of their duty as special correspondents, 
fell in the campaigns in the Soudan." 



1870.1 WARDEN SYMONS. f>3 

Harry George Grey. Second son of Admiral the Hon. 
George Grey. Born at Eaglescarnie, near Haddington, 
Scotland, aged 18. Admitted <. 29 Jan. 1870. 

Third Class, Classics, Mods. Michaelmas Term 1871. 
Second Class, Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 1873. B.A. 
1873. M.A. 1876. Compounded 22 June, 1876. 

Vicar of Holy Trinity, Oxford, 1877 to 1885. Missionary 
(C.M.S.) at Quetta, 1887 to 1890. 

Robert Burrington Miller. Second son of the Rev. 
George Dempster Miller, M.A., of Wadham College. 
Born at Woodchurch, near Waken" eld, Yorkshire, aged 16. 
Admitted OL 29 Jan. 1870. 

Somerscales Exhibitioner. B.A. June, 1873. M.A. June, 
1876. Compounded 22 June, 1876. 

Born 24 May, 1853. Proceeded to the London College of 
Divinity. Vicar of All Saints, Sidmouth, 1883. Vicar of 
Christ Church, Winchester, 1890. 

George Philip Rowers. 

Fourth son of James Henry Nowers, of Etwall, Derby, cler. 
Admitted OL 29 Jan. 1870. Clerk 1872 to 1874 
Goodridge, Pigott, and Gerard Exhibitioner. Third 
Class, Classics, Mods. Michaelmas Term 1871. Third 
Class, Litt. Hum. Trinity Term 1874 B.A. 1875. M.A. 
1876. Name removed 22 June, 1876. 

Educated at Leamington College. 
Brother of James E. L. N., 1861. 

Samuel Bucknell. Only son of James Bucknell, Esq. 
Born at Tredidon St Thomas, near Launceston, Cornwall, 
aged 20. Admitted OL 27 April, 1870. 

B.A. 1874. M.A. 1877. Name removed 31 May, 1877. 

Rector of Howick, Northumb., 1878. Vicar of Newburn, 
Xorthumb., 1885. Incumbent of All Saints', Hobart, Tas- 
mania, 1890. 



564 WARDEN SYMONS. [1870. 

Alexander Roberts. Third son of John Boberts, Esq. 
Born at Clifton, near Bristol, aged 19. Admitted (ft, 
22 April, 1870. 

B.A. 1875. M.A. 1876. Compounded 7 Dec. 1876. 

Born 28 June, 1850. Rector of Kimberley, Notts, 1878. Vicar 
of St Peter, Hereford, 1890. Secretary of the National and 
Protestant Union, 1893. 

Robert Bibby de Wolf. Eldest son of James Katchford 
de Wolf, Esq. Born at Birkenhead, Cheshire, aged 19. 
Admitted (ft. 17 June, 1870. 

Third Class, Theology, Michaelmas Term 1873. B.A. 1873. 
M.A. 1876. Name removed 18 May, 1877. 

Born 11 Jan. 1851. Educated at Cheltenham College. Eector 
of Georgeham, Devon, 1880 to 1882. Vicar, of Bessingby, 
Yorks, 1884. Vicar of St Mary, Sheffield, 1888 to 1893. 

Edward Francis Walwyn Foley. Eldest son of the 
Eev. Edward Walwyn Foley, M.A., formerly Jf. of 
Wadham College (1826). Born at Derby, aged 18. Ad- 
mitted (ft. 17 June, 1870. 

Third Class, Classics, Mods. Trinity Term 1872. Fourth 
Class, History, Michaelmas Term 1873. B.A. 1873. 
M.A. 1880. 

Educated at Repton. 

Claud Brown. Third son of John Wyld Brown, Esq. 
Born at Sydney, New South Wales, aged 19. Admitted 
(ft. 17 June, 1870. 

Fourth Class, Theology, Trinity Term 1873. B.A. 12 June, 
1873. M.A. 25 March, 1877. Compounded 24 March, 
1877. 

Born 2 Aug. 1850. Educated at Highgate School. Proceeded 
subsequently to St John's Hall, Highbury. Vicar of Verwood, 
Wilts, 1887. 
Author of Holy Baptism. 

Henry Charnley Richmond. Third son of the late 

John Richmond, Esq. Born at Liverpool, aged 19. 



1870.] WARDEN SYMONS. 565 

Elected &. 6 Dec. 1869. Admitted (ft. and . 14 Oct. 
1870. 

Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1874. Name removed 18 Dec. 

1877. 

Educated at Liverpool College. 

Frederick Nutcombe Hume. Fourth son of the Kev. 
Charles John Hume, M.A., formerly $. of Wadham 
College. Born at Meonstoke, Hants, aged 20. Admitted 
(ft. 14 Oct. 1870. 

Name removed 28 Oct. 1871. 

Educated at Marlborough College. 

Charles Frederick Eagles. Eldest son of the Eev. 

Charles Lionel Eagles, B.A., of Wadham College (1843). 
Born at Clodock, Herefordshire, aged 19. Admitted (ft. 
14 Oct. 1870. 

Migrated to Brasenose College, 21 Jan. 1871. B.A. 1874. 
Educated at Hereford School. 

George Henry Denton. Only son of George Bayston 
Denton, Esq., Surgeon. Born at Liverpool, aged 19. 
Admitted (ft. 14 Oct. 1870. 

B.A. 1873. 

Educated at Liverpool College. 

Arthur John Matthews Martin. Only son of Arthur 
Martin, Esq. Born at Evershot, Dorsetshire, aged 19. 
Admitted (ft. 14 Oct. 1870. 

Name removed 16 March, 1872. 

James Henry Deakin. Eldest son of James Henry 
Deakin, Esq. Born in Manchester, aged 19. Admitted 
(ft. 14 Oct. 1870. 

Name removed 19 Dec. 1871. 

Called to the Bar (Middle Temple) 1875. 



566 WARDEN SYMONS. [1870. 

Joseph Robert Diggle. Second son of William Diggle, 
Manufacturer. Born at Pendleton, near Manchester. 
Admitted OL 14 Oct. 1870. 

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1872. First Class, History, 
Michaelmas Term 1873. B.A. 1874. M.A. 1877. 
Compounded 18 May, 1877. 

Born 12 May, 1849. Educated at Manchester Grammar School. 
Tutor at the London College of Divinity, 1874. Member of 
the London School Board, 1882 ; Chairman, 1885. Formerly 
in Holy Orders, but he took advantage of the Clerical Dis- 
abilities Eelief Act, 22 May, 1890. 

Arthur Robert Bartlett. Third son of the late John 
Bartlett, Esq. Born at Tower Hill, London, aged 19. 
Admitted OL 14 Oct. 1870. 

Third Class, Theology, Trinity Term 1874. B.A. 1874. 
M.A. 1877. Name removed 9 Oct. 1877. 

Educated at Merchant Taylors' School. Minor Canon, St 
Andrew's, Sydney, N.S.W., 1885. Incumbent of St Paul, 
Burwood, Sydney, 1887. 

John Knox Greenough. Only son of the late Charles 
Greenough, Esq. Born at Vere, Jamaica, aged 18. Ad- 
mitted (. 14 Oct. 1870. 

Name removed 12 Nov. 1873. 

Educated at Lancaster Grammar School. 

Arthur Noble Clarke. Eldest son of Dr Thomas Clarke, 
of Ladyfield, Wilmslow, Cheshire. Born at Leeds, aged 
19. Admitted T. 26 Nov. 1870. 

Fourth Class, Nat. Science, Michaelmas Term 1874. B.A. 
1875. M.A. 1877. Compounded 14 June, 1877. 

Charles Blissett Roberts. Eldest son of William P. 
lioberts, Esq., Solicitor. Born at Greenheys, Manchester, 
aged 20. Admitted <. 26 Nov. 1870. 

Name removed 19 March, 1872. 

Proceeded subsequently to the Schola Cancellarii, Lincoln. 
Vicar of Otteri'ord, Wilts 1885. 



1870-71.] WARDEN SYMONS. 567 

Herbert Paul Richards. Son of Thomas Eichards, 
Printer. Born 15 Oct. 1848, at Kensington, Middlesex. 
JE. as at. of Balliol College 13 Oct. 1866. Elected g. 
of Balliol 29 Nov. 1866. First Class in literis grsecis et 
latinis, first Public Examination, Trinity Term 1868. 
First Class in literis humanioribus, second Public Exam- 
ination, Trinity Term 1870. B.A. 23 June, 1870. Elected 
3JJ.JF. of Wadham, 4 Dec. 1870. M.A. 1873. 

Librarian 1871. Humanity Lecturer 1872. Classical 
Moderator 1877, 1878, 1886. Public Examiner 1880 to 
1881. Proctor 1886. 

Educated at Kensington Grammar School. 



1871. 

John Edmund Melhuish. Second son of John Melhuish, 
Esq., Merchant. Born at Croydon, Surrey, aged 19. 
JE. as (ft. of Corpus Christi College, June, 1870. Elected 
S>. of Wadham 6 Dec. 1870. Admitted <. and &. 
20 Jan. 1871. 

Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1871. Second Class, Classics, 
Mods. Trinity Term 1872. Third Class, Litt. Hum. 
Michaelmas Term 1874. B.A. 1875. M.A. 1879. 
Compounded 31 May, 1879. 

Born 3 Sept. 1851. Educated at Radley College. Assistant 
Master, Manchester Grammar School, 1875 ; St Paul's School, 

1877. 

John Ernest Ringwood. Eldest son of the Eev. Fred- 
erick Howe Eingwood, M.A., of Trinity College, Dublin. 
Born at Dungannon, County Tyrone, Ireland, aged 19. 
Elected . 6 Dec. 1870. Admitted (ft. and . 20 Jan. 
1871. 

Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1872. Second Class, Classics, 
Mods. Michaelmas Term 1872. B.A. 1878. Name re- 
moved 29 Sept. 1878. 

Educated at the Royal School, Dungarvan. 



568 WARDEN SYMONS. [1871. 

Roland George Matthew. 

Son of David Matthew, Brush Manufacturer. Born in 
St Marylebone, London. JE. (St John's) 15 Oct. 1870. 
Admitted 5% 20 Jan. 1871. Second Class, Classics, 
Mods. Trinity Term 1872. Second Class, Litt. Hum. 
Michaelmas Term 1874. B.A. 1875. M.A. 1877. 
Compounded 4 April, 1877. 

Born 25 Dec. 1851. Educated at Merchant Taylors' School. 
Vicar of St Michael's, Wigan, 1881. . 

John Ward Baines. Eldest son of the Eev. John Baines, 
M.A., of St John's College, Oxford. Born at Hampstead, 
London, aged 19. Elected >. 6 Dec. 1870. Admitted 
01. 20 Jan. 1871. 

Second Class, Math. Mods. Trinity Term 1873. Second 
Class, Math. Michaelmas Term 1874. B.A. 1874. Name 
removed 9 Feb. 1876. 

Educated at Marlborough College. Called to the Bar (Lincoln's 
Inn) 10 May, 1876. 

Francis Peel Murray. Second son of the Eev. George 
William Murray, M.A., of Merton College. Born at 
Hands worth, Staffordshire, aged 18. Admitted <JT. 
20 Jan. 1871. 

B.A. 1874. CT.JE. account closed 1 Jan. 1876. 

Born 19 Feb. 1852. Educated at Bromsgrove. 
Brother of George S. D. M., 1862. 

Edward Aldridge Rust. Only son of James Eust, Esq., 
deceased. Aged 23. Born at Chelmsford, Essex. Ad- 
mitted (ft. 20 Jan. 1871. 

Name removed Midsummer 1882. 

Chaplain to the Forces, 1878 to 1881 ; served in Cyprus. 

Frederick Warburton Dunston. Eldest son of the late 
Eev. Thomas Warburton Dunston, B.A., of Exeter College. 
Born at Donlieud St Mary, Wilts, aged 20. Admitted 
OT. 21 Jan. 1871. Jit. 25 Jan. 



1871.] WARDEN SYMONS. 569 

Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1872. First Class, Classics, 
Mods. Trinity Term 1873. Third Class, Litt. Hum. 
Trinity Term 1875. B.A. 1875. 

Called to the Bar (Lincoln's Inn), 7 May 1879. 

James Theodore Bent. Only son of James Bent, Esq. 
Born at Liverpool, 30 March, 1852. Admitted <. 
7 June, 1871. 

Second Class, History, Trinity Term 1875. B.A. June, 
1875. 

Born 30 March, 1852. Educated at Repton. 
Author of Genoa: How the Republic rose and fell, 1882; The 
Cyclades, Life among the Insular Greeks, 1885 ; The Ruined Cities 
of Mashonaland, 1891. 

Alfred Thomas Ryan. Third son of the Eight Eev. 
William Vincent Eyan, D.D., late Bishop of Mauritius. 
Born at Highbury, Middlesex, 27 Nov. 1852. Admitted 
Or. 7 June, 1871. 
B.A. 1875. Name removed 6 July, 1875. 

Vicar of Gorton, Suffolk, 1884. Vicar of Aldingfleet, Yorks, 

1888. 

Brother of Vincent J. R., 1867. 

Arthur Augustus Whitelocke Bright Smith. Eldest 
son of the Eev. George Augustus Smith, B.A., of Wadham 
College. Born at Crambe, near Malton, Yorkshire, 
24 Dec. 1852. Admitted OL 7 June, 1871. 
Became an unattached student 20 Oct. 1874; re-admitted 
4 Oct. 1876. Name removed 27 Jan. 1877. 

Educated at St Peter's School, York. 

Robert Birkley Forrester. Eldest son of Eobert 
Birkley Forrester, Esq. Born at Myla, near Falmouth, 
28 Sept. 1852. Admitted OT. 7 June, 1871. 

Third Class, Jurisprudence Michaelmas Term 1874. B.A. 
1875. M.A. 1878. Name removed 23 May, 1878. 

Educated at Marlborough College. Vicar of St John's, Wolvur- 
hampton, 1880. 



570 WARDEN SYMONS. [1871. 

Henry Field. Third son of Algernon Sydney Field, Esq., 
Solicitor. Born at Blackdown Hill, near Leamington, 
Warwickshire, 1 Dec. 1853. Admitted <. 7 June, 1871. 

Fourth Class, History, Trinity Term 1874. B.A. 1874. 
Name removed 29 Oct. 1874. 

Educated at Rugby. 

Harold Brierly. Fourth son of James Brierly, Esq. Born 
at Eochdale, Lancashire, 2 April, 1852. Admitted (*L 
13 Oct. 1871. 

Third Class, History, Trinity Term 1875. B.A. 1875. 
M.A. 1879. Name removed 12 June, 1879. 

Educated at Rugby. Chaplain of St Catherine's Hospital, 
Ledbury, 1882. Vicar of Upper Bullinghope, Heref., 1885. 
Rector of Ribbesford, Wore., 1893. 
Brother of Joseph H. B., 1859. 

Henry Studdy Theobald. 

Second son of William Theobald. Born at Calcutta, in the 
East Indies. Elected Jf. of Wadham 1871. Jfc. 
(Balliol) 13 Oct 1866, aged 19. Taylorian Scholar 1868. 
First Class, Classics ; Second Class, Math. Mods. Trinity 
Term 1868. First Class, Litt. Hum. Trinity Term 1870. 
Senior Bursar 1881. Examiner in Jurisprudence 1884. 
Kesigned Jf. on marriage. 

Educated at Rugby. Called to the Bar (Inner Temple) 1873. 




ADDITIONS TO PART I. 

FASTI. 

Page xxii. 12 Jan. 16#. A great storm of which Wood 
notes that " it blew down the battlements of 
Wadhani College, and the painted windows of 
the Chapel there." 



Page 8. Daniel Estcot, Vicar of Southrop 1633, apparently 
till his death in 1644. 

Page 10. Richard Puleston, Vicar of Southrop 1617 to 1623. 

Page 10. Ralph Flexney, |E. at Oriel, aged 13. (Shadwell.) 

Page 11. William Payton, Vicar of Southrop 1623 to 1633. 

Page 12. John Swadell.. 

One of this name was appointed Vicar of Muclford, 
Somerset, in 1649, when he is described as A.M. 

(Weaver.) 

Page 12. Gilbert Stokes. 

The inventory for proving his will in the Chancellor's 
Court bears date 30 Oct. 1654. (Griffiths.) 

Page 15. William Bos well. 

The will of William Bosvile, D.C.L., was proved in 
the Vice-Chancellor's Court, 22 Oct. 1678. Wood 
remarks that he was " the last living member of 
Wadhani Foundation." 

Page 20. John Flemmyng. 

The administration bond of his will, with inventory 
and accounts, are found in the Chancellor's Court, 
dated 12 May, 1617. (Griffiths.) 



572 ADDITIONS TO PART I. 

Page 22. Knollys. William Knollys, B.A. 5 July, 1611, 
M'.A. 2 May, 1614. 

Probably grandfather of Robert K., 1662. 

Page 25. Francis Sawyer. 

Probably Minister of Yattenden, Berks (JFoocfs Life 
and Times, I. 137). 

Page 25. Hugh Halswell. JK. (Hart Hall) 7 July, 1612. 

Somerset, mil. fil. set. 14. B.A. (All Souls) 

25 Oct. 1616. M.A. 3 June, 1619. Proctor, 
1627. 

Vicar of Wembdon, Som., 22 March, 1622. Rector of 
Lympsham, Som., 5 Nov. 1627. 

Page 36. Thomas Gower. Eborab. read Eborac. 

Page 39. Brewer. Subscribed 23 April, 1613. 

Vicar of Gussage, All Saints, 12 April, 1625. Rector 
of Critchell, Dorset, 1632, sequestered 1645. (Hutchins.) 

Page 45. Eobert Eainsford. 

City Lecturer at Carfax, 1628. 

Page 46. Henry Jeames. Subscribed 4 Nov. 1614. (F.) 

Page 46. Philip Quicke. Subscribed 23 April, 1613. (F.) 

" Vicar of Quethiocke, Corn., 1617 ; Vicar of Morthoe, 
Devon, 1631." (F.) 

Page 48. Francis Langworth. JE. (Hart Hall) 3 Oct. 1617. 
Somerset, doctoris fil. at. 19. 

"? Buried at Wilmington, Sussex, 8 June, 1688." 
(F.) 

Pago 49. Norris Buckocke. 

Vicar of Mitcham, Surrey, 12 Jan. 16j]. Died (ap- 
parently) s.jj., and was buried there 30 Aug. 1657, 
fined 53. 



ADDITIONS TO PART I. 573 

Page 50. William Blake. 

" Chirographer to the Court of Common Pleas, in 
which office Robert Blake was associated with him at 
some time prior to 1635." (Warden's MSS.) 

Page 52. William Johnson. JH. (Christ Church) 31 May, 
'1616. Stafford, pleb. fil. set. 21. B.A. 15 June, 
1616. (F.) 

Page 55. Robert Waller. Subscribed the articles, 10 Nov. 
1620. 

Page 57. William Turner. 

Born at Barrington, Som. Buried at Richmond, 
Surrey, 15 Oct. 1670. 

Page 59. Edwin Sandys. 

Evidently he was wounded in the skirmish at Powyk 
Bridge (outside Worcester), 23 Sept. 1642. 

Page 64. Ignatius Jordan, 

Presented by his uncle, Sir Simon Baskerville, M.D., 
to Cranham, in Essex ; to whom also Sir S. B. left his 
books on divinity in his will (1641). Cousin of 
Richard Baskerville, p. 130. 

Page 65. Robert Hackett. |K. (Hart Hall) 5 Dec. 1617. 
Gloucestr. pleb. fil. ret. 17. 

Page 65. Robert Jessop. JE. (Exeter) 13 Dec. 1615. 
Dorcestr. pleb. fil. set. 20. 

Rector of Kilve, Somerset, 12 Feb. 1826. (Jeffery 
alias Jessop.) 

Page 69. Francis Palmes. 

" A man of known courage and metal ; " was second 
to Lord Newcastle in a proposed duel with Lord 
Holland, 1639. (Verney Memoirs 1.322.) 

Page 70. Robert Maton. 

Said to have been Incumbent of Winterborne Stoke, 
Wilts. : but, if so, probably an intruder, as he is not 
found in Hoare. 



f>74 ADDITIONS TO PART I. 



Page 74. William Kytson : one Kytson was Vicar of 
Southrop 1661 to 1671. 

Page 78. Thomas Butler : one of this name was B. A. (New 
Inn Hall) 17 Dec. 1628. M.A. 30 June, 1631. 

Page 81. Richard Croft. 

In the Church at Sutton-under-Brayles, Glouc., is this 
inscription, " In memory of Richard Croft, Gent., 
who died 20 Sept. 1687 (11682), aged 70 years." 

(Bigland.) 

Page 82. John Clarke, 

" Of Am ton, Gent, in Com. Berks. Died in the 
house of one Cope, a taylour, living in Magdalen 
Parish, S., 15 Nov. 1645, and was buried in Wadham 
College Chapel. He married Katherine, daughter of 
Thomas Bateman." (Wood.) Arms, Az., a fess 
between 3 crosses patee arg. : impaling Arg. on a bend 
sable, 3 hurts within a bordure gules. 

Page 83. Jonas Bowen. ? Josias Bowen. B.A. (St Mary 
Hall) 17 Feb. 16f. 

Page 83. Pdchard Nicholson : one of this name was B.A. 
(Magdalen Hall) 16 Nov. 1630. M.A. 28 June, 
1633. 

" Rector of Stapleford Tawncy, Essex, 1637 to 1661 ; 
sequestered in 1646." (F.) 

Page 83. Eichard Goodridge, Vicar of Southrop 1644 to 
1645. 

Page 85. John Edwards : one of this name JE. (Lincoln) 
16 March, 16f (Somerset, fil. Johannis E. de 
Yearley, ret. 17). B.A. 15 June, 1630. M.A. 
4 July, 1633. 

Page 88. Robert Were : one Eobert Ward JE. (Balliol) 
15 Oct. 1630 (Dorcestr. fil. Francisci W. de 
Morton, sacerd. ret. 18). B.A. 30 April, 1631. 
M.A. (St Edmund Hall) 26 March, 1634. 



ADDITIONS TO PART I. 575 

Page 93. Edward St John. JE. (Trinity) 17 Oct. 1634 (fil. 
Johannis St J. de Lydiard Tregoze, Wilton, 
ret. 18). 

Page 100. William Greenway : one William Greenway JE. 
(New Inn Hall) 4 May, 1629 (fil. Alsce de 
Tawton, Devon, gen. ret. 15). (F.) 

Page 109. Henry Clay fft. (Magdalen Hall) 16 April, 1624 
(fil. Georgii C. de Womersly, Ebor. sacerd. ret. 
15). B.D. 16 March, 16^. 

Page 109. Henry Walkenden. |E. Walkeden (Trinity) 
16 May, 1624 (fil. Matthew W. de Pitchcote, 
Buckingham, sacerd. ret. 17). 

Rector of Pitchcote, 1633 ? till 1650. 

Page 109. Benjamin Devenish. JE. (St John's) 13 Nov. 
1629 (fil. Benjamin D. de Dorchester, Dorcestr. 
pleb. ret. 18). 

Page 109. Bartholomew Michell. M.A. (Gloucester Hall) 
4 July, 1639. 

" Vicar of Welbourne, Line., 1641." (F.) 

Page 116. Thomas Hunt. Subscribed the articles, 29 Jan. 
16ftf. M.A. (Pembroke) 7 July, 1636. 

Master of St Saviour's School, Southwark. Died 
23 Jan. 1682. (Ath. iv. 81.) 

Page 116. John Dennys. 

In the Church at Pucklechurch is the following in- 
scription, 

" Hie jacet Johannes Dennis de Pucklechurch in 
comitatu Glocesterie armiger, qui obiit 3 die Maii. 
Ao. Dni. 1660, setatis sute 44." (Bigland.) 

Page 119. Samuel Locket. B.A. (Hart Hall) 17 Dec. 1636. 

Page 121. Nathaniel Jones : one of this name was B.A. (St 
Mary Hall) 2 May, 1638. 



576 ADDITIONS TO PART I. 

Page 125. John Sheaphearde. |tt. (Magdalen Hall) 10 Oct. 

1634 (Gloucestr. fil. Gul. S. de Horsley, pleb. 
set. 16). M.A. (St Edmund Hall) 13 May, 
1641. 

? Vicar of Devizes, 1646. 

Page 126. John Woolstone. JK. (Hart Hall) 13 Oct. 1637 
(Devon, fil. Arthur! W. de Staverton, pleb. 
set. 20). B.A. 22 Feb. 16{jf. 

Page 126. John Willis. JE. (Gloucester Hall) 18 June, 
1630 (fil. Thorns W. de Londin, gen. set. 16). 

Page 129. Edward Dalby. JE. (New) 19 Aug. 1634 (fil. 
Thomas D. de Londin, gen. ret. 19). 

Page 130. Thomas Drake. j&. (St Mary Hall) 20 Nov. 

1635 (fil. Francisci D. de Buckland, Devon, 
Baronetti, set. 15). 

Page 134. Pdchard Flamsted. 

Prebendary of East Harptree (Wells), 5 June, 1638 ; 
of Ilton, 15 June, 1640 ; vacant in 1660. 

Page 138. Walter Blandford, Vicar of Southrop 1645. He 
was one of the King's Commissioners for visit- 
ing the University, 23 July, 1660, and was 
elected Bishop of Oxford 7 Nov. 1665. (Wood.) 

Page 142. William Marke. 

Vicar of South Petherton, Somerset, 22 Aug. 1660 ; 
died in 1704. 

Page 143. John Pasemoro. JE. (Exeter) 12 Dec. 1634 
Devon, (fil. Johannis Passemer do Exon, pleb. 
aet. 19). 

Page 143. John Grime. Entered Oriel as Servitor. (Shad- 
well.) 

Page 143. Joseph Stringer. Jtt. (Balliol) 16 March, 16p. 
Sussex, (fil. Piiehardi S. de Petworth, pleb. a-t. 



ADDITIONS TO PART I. 577 

15). Created M.A. (Magdalen Hall) 13 May, 
1648. Delegate to the Visitors 25 May, 1648. 
Submitted and was made Jf. of Magdalen. 



Page 145. Eichard Hopkins. JE. (Lincoln) 21 Feb. 

(fil. Eichardi H. de Bristol civ. pleb. set. 16). 
Created B.A. 1 Nov. 1642. 

One R. H. was ejected from the Vicarage of Ercall 
Magna, Salop, in 1662.' 

Page 148. George Strode. 

On a monument in a Chapel at Netherbury, Dorset, 
" Here lyeth Sir George Strode, Knt. and Serjeant-at- 
Law, second son of Sir John Strode of Parnham, and 
Ann, his wife, eldest daughter of Sir John Wyndham 
of Orchard, in the county of Somerset. He married 
Grace, one of the daughters and co-heiresses of Sir John 
Fitzjames of Leweston, who was buried in the parish 
of Long Burton, but removed from thence to this 
vault, where they both rest together in hopes of a 
joyful resurrection. He was in the 75th year of his 
age, and died 24 Oct. 1701." (Hutchins.) 

Page 153. William Lane, probably of Broadgates Hall. 
Subscribed the Articles 2 Dec. 1614. B.A. 
3 Feb. 16f M.A. 29 Nov. 1620. B.D. (Pem- 
broke) 6 Nov. 1637. 

" Rector of Inwardleigh, Devon, 1633 ; of Ringmore, 
1637 ; of Avetun Gifford, 1638 ; which were all 
sequestered by Parliament." (F.) 

Page 153. John Stawel. Jft. (Queen's) 25 Oct. 1616, fil. eq. 
aur. (Sir John S., K.B.) natu. max. aged 17. 

Page 154. John Comins, probably Thomas Cummins. JE. 
(Magdalen Hall) 12 June, 1640 (fil. Eoberti C. 
de Dagenham, Essex, pleb. set. 15). 

Page 155. William Togood. |*l. Towgood (Oriel) 29 March, 
1639 (fil. Eichardi T. de Bristol, sacerd. t. 15). 

2 o 



578 ADDITIONS TO PART I. 

Page 156. Bernard Mander. |tt. (Wadham) 9 March, 16||- 
(fil. Johannis M. de Blackwell, Vigorn, pleb. 
tet. 16), but the entry is erased both in the JE. 
Register and the Subscription Book. 

" Vicar of Croprcdy, Oxon, 1657. Rector of Chipping 
Warden, 1668, where he was buried 1 June, 1703." 
(F.) 

Page 156. Thomas Baker. 

There is a brass in Ilton Church, Somerset, 

I. M. 

Thomas Baker, an eminent mathematician, born here 
in 1625 ; buried at Bishops Nympton, in Devon, 
where he was Vicar in 1690. 

Page 160. Richard Martin. See also page 117. 
Page 160. Robert Adams. See also page 144. 

Page 161. Martin Morland. 

Martin Moreland, M.A., was ejected from the parish 
of Weld, Hants. He had been Terroe films at Oxford. 
He spent the latter part of his life at Hackney. 
(Calamy's Nonconformist's Memorial.) 

Page 164. Robert Potter. " M.A. 19 Nov. 1660." (F.) 
Rector of Combhay, Somerset, 25 March, 1664. 

Page 166. Hamlet Puleston. Took part in a disturbance in 
Lincoln College, 22 Sept. 1660. (Wood.) 

Page 177. Thomas Lawrence. JE. (Exeter) 5 April, 1639 
(til. Edvardi L. de Exeter, Devon, gen. ret. 15). 

Page 177. Walter Pope, 

Elected from Westminster School to Cambridge in 
1645. 

Page, 179. John Ball. See Wood's Life and Times (O.H.S.) 
I. 282, 323, 326. " 1660, Julv 30, obiit Mr 



ADDITIONS TO PART I. 579 

J. B., Socius Coll. Wadh. et .sepelitur in cap- 
ella ejusdem." 

Page 180. John Hobson. 

One of this name was ejected from the Rectory of 
Sandal Parva, Yorks, 1662, and died circa 1671. 

(Calamy.) 

Page 180. Francis Crosse. Jtt. (St John's) 27 Feb. 16ff, 
sacerd. fil. 

Page 181. Sebastian Pitchfield. S. Pitfield JE. (Magdalen) 
16 March, 16f, gen. 

" Rector of Warblington, Hants, 1671 to 1686." (F.) 

Page 182. Peter Glubb. Elected Discipulus at Corpus, 
24 Oct. 1650, from Devon. 

Page 182. John Studely. J&. (Gloucester Hall) 2 Nov. 
1652, gen. B.A. 10 June, 1653. 

Page 184. Edward Fidoe. Ejected from Jf. Edmund Fido 
for nonconformity, 24 Aug. 1662. 

(Boase and Wood.) 

Page 189. Arthur Herne. " 2 Dec, 1658, obiit Mr Herne, 
A.M., "Wadh. Coll., et sepelitur in exteriore 
capella ejusdem." (Wood.) 

Page 190. Timothy Luck. 

There is an account under his will in the Chancellor's 
Court, 6 Dec. 1675. 

Page 191. Nathan Whetham. JE. (Corpus) 19 Feb. 16ft, 
gen. Appointed >. by the Visitors in 1649. 

Page 194. Thomas Spratt. See Wood, 27 and 29 Sept. 
1663. 

Page 195. Phineas Bury, Vicar of Southrop 1675 to 1679. 

Page 198. Nicholas Floyd. 

lie gives the following account of himself in a letter 
io Dr Pottingrr of Winchester," I was horn May 28, 



580 ADDITIONS TO PART I. 

1630, at Wonston, Southampton, and born again by 
baptismal regeneration the Sunday following. I was 
matriculated into the University of Oxford, and en- 
tered into Hart Hall 13 May, 1652. I was chosen .. 
of "Wadham 13 June, 1653. I was presented B.A. 
16 Jan. 1655 ; chosen f. 30 June, 1656 ; M.A. 1658 ; 
made minister by Dr Skinner, Bishop of Oxon, 
25 June, 1660. I was Rector of Carfax, 1665 to 1670 ; 
left the place, Lady Day 1671." (Fletcher's -Carfax.) 
He was a friend of Bishop Ken. (Plumtree.) 

A MS. collection of prayers and devotional extracts in 
X. F.'s hand is in the possession of Rev. Cecil Deedes 
(1892), in which this occurs, " EOSoiV""' y* K.6pivOos 
tyu 8' tirjv TeyeoLTTis ; iii plain English, London is a 
fine place, but let me live at Xewington." 

Page 202. Jeremiah Horter. Really Holier ; see Register of 
dispensations by Convocation, 26 March, 1653. 

"In 1654, one Jeremy Harler (sic) got himself possessed 
of the Vicarage of Wedmore " (Walker), but he retired 
l^ef ore 1661, and is believed to have been living in 
July, 1684. 

Page 202. John Mawer. <tt. (St Mary Hall) 17 Dec. 1652, 
gen. 

Page 202. Roger Gardiner. Subscribed the articles, 7 Xov. 
1655. 

One of this name, son of Edward G., of Tlnmdridge, 
Herts, was baptised 27 July, 1636, and died 13 April, 
1658. (Clutterbuck.) 

Page 202. Robert Russell. See page 230. 

Page 204. Samuel "Woodford. 

Wood mentions him as " a violist, afterwards a cele- 
brated poet, beneficed in Hampshire." (I. 274.) 

Page 204. Sares Boylston. 

Rector of Rook. Wore., 4 Nov. 1672 to 1676. 



ADDITIONS TO PART I. 581 



Page 207. Philip Osbaldeston. " JE. (Magd. Hall) 5 June, 
1651, pleb. B.A. (Magdalen)." (F.) 

Page 211. Hopton Wyndham. 

Apparently M.P. for Wells, 1689 and 1690. 

Page 212. Henry Langley. JE. (Lincoln) 12 Dec. 1653. 

Married Jane Strode ; knighted 9 Feb. IGfJ ; buried 
at Shrewsbury, 3 Nov. 1688. 

Page 212. William Lloyd. Tutor to John Backhouse, page 
214. 

Page 213. John Spicer. Jtt. (Magd. Hall) 19 Nov. 1650, 
pleb. 

Page 213. Andrew Walton. JE. (Gloucester Hall) 20 July, 
1654, serv. 

Page 216. Brian Cave, probably " Bevan Cave," Vicar of 
Southrop 1671 to 1675. (Bigland.) 

Page 217. William Baker. 

Vicar of Ilton, Somerset, where there is a brass with 
this inscription, 

" Depositum integerrimi viri Gulielmi Baker, hujus 
ecclesue vicarii qui per xlviii annos quibus circa rem 
divinam ministravit doctrina et simplicitate vere 
evangelica popuhim instituit. I, lector, tantarum 
virtutum imitatione cognates coelos require qiios ille 
71 annos natus repetivit, 3 Aug. 1708." 

Page 218. Samuel Smith : one of this name subscribed as 
" serviens " (All Souls) 10 March, 16ff 

Page 2 18. John Barker. JE. (Christ Church) 18 March, 
16|y, arm. 

Page 218. Samuel Hearn. |E. as Herne (Queen's) 18 Oct. 
1650, gen. II. A. 30 June, 1653. 



582 ADDITIONS TO PART I. 

Tage 222. George Fletcher. 

City Lecturer at Carfax, Jan. 1675. Died of "the 
malignant feaver," 6 Jan. 16|f. Account under his 
Will in the Chancellor's Court, 8 Jan. 1677. Arms, 
A cross engrailed between four plates charged each 
with a pheon : no colours (given). (Wood.) 

Page 223. David Lawrence. JE. (New Inn Hall) as " pleb." 
Page 223. Francis Hodson. JE. (Oriel) 23 July, 1656, gen. 

Page 223. John Stevenson, pi. (Exeter) 14 Dec. 1652, 

serv. 

Page 228. William Thornton. 

Born at Sherborne, Dorset. Vicar of Southrop, 1679 
to 1703. Proctor for the Diocese of Gloucester, 1701. 
Rector of Stone, Kent, 1702. 

" He was eminent for inoffensive behaviour and in- 
nocency of life, steadiness of principles in Church and 
State, great modesty and humility, and was excel- 
lently versed in the Fathers, especially those of the 
first four centuries, which he made the standard of 
judging controversial points between the Church of 
England, Roman Catholics, and Dissenters." 

(Hutchins iv. 212.) 

Page 230. John Hayne, probably Joseph H. Jft. (Exeter) 
14 July, 1658, gen. 

Page 230. Stephen Hose. Subscribed (Magdalen) 23 Nov. 
1655, serv. 

Page 238. Edmund Chadwell. Died 23 April, 1668. (Wood.) 
Page 240. Richard Browne, of Corse, Glouc. (not Corfe). 

Page 240. John Ludwell. 

Married in Wadham Chapel, 1 Feb. 16*. His wife 
died 31 Dec. 1G85. (Wood.) 



ADDITIONS TO PART I. 583 

Page 240. Robert Younge. ?|E. (Oriel) 25 -July, 1655, 
serv. B.A. 10 Feb. 16i|, 

Page 241. John Turner. 

Apparently he killed Richard Kastlecke, Bible Clerk 
of Exeter, 25 July, 1664 "He held up his hand at the 
next Assizes, and downe upon his knees for his life. 
By means of his father, Sir William Turner, Doctor, 
his life was saved." (Wood.) 

Page 241. Henry Gerard. His speech as Terne films, de- 
livered 10 July, 1669, is in Bodley MSS. 

Page 245. John Burford. JE. (Exeter) 19 July, 1662 (fil. 
Edvardi B. de Yeovil, Somerset, pleb. ret. 19). 

One of this name was Rector of Monksilver, Somerset, 
31 July, 1677, till his death, circa 1711. 

Page 249. Samuel Harrison, JE. (Magd. Hall) 4 Dec. 1661 
(fil. Sanmelis H. de Hartwell, Buckingham, 
min. at. 13). 

Rector of Oving, Bucks, 20 June, 1672 ; resigned. 
Rector of Waddesdon (3rd portion), 4 April, 1681. 

(Lipscombe.) 

Page 250. Samuel Mashborne. 

Struck dead in a thunderstorm, 10 May, 1666, when 
several other Wadham men were injured. (Wood.) 

Page 254. Nicholas Redwood. 

" He was hindered by his parents (being fanatically 
inclined) from taking his B.A. degree, because he 
should not take the oaths required ; but forced him 
to study at Ley den, where he continued from 1667 to 
1670." He obtained his degree by the Chancellor's 
letters. (Wood.) 

Page 254. Ahasuerus Rigemorter. 

Struck speechless in a thunderstorm, 10 May, 1666. 

(Wood.) 

There is an administration bond for his estate among 
Oxford Wills, dated 20 Jan. 1672. ((friffltlis.) 



584 ADDITIONS TO PART I. 

Page 256. William Harman. 

Injured in a thunderstorm, 10 May, 1666. (Wood.) 

Page 258. Edward Combe. 

" March, 1670, one Comb of Wadhani died at London 
about the beginning of this month. Dubious." 

(Wood.) 

Page 260. William Davys. B.A. (Trinity Coll., Camb.) 
1665. Incorporated 13 July, 1669. M.A. 
1669. 

Page 261. Thomas Paule. 

" From 11 Oct. 1672 to 22 Nov. there died in Wadham 
College, of a malignant feaver that then raged in the 
town, Sir (i.e., B.A.) Hugh Knight (p. 271), Mr (i e., 
M.A.) Thomas Paul (p. 261), Mr James Pope (p. 264), 
Thomas Farmer, Fellow Commoner (p. 295), Philip 
Young (p. 281), Joseph Jane (p. 293), Commoners." 
" The 6 are more somtimes then (sic.) the College 
buries in 5 year." (Wood.) 

Page 261. Thomas Chapman. 

Rector of Horsingden, Bucks, 16 Dec. 1678 ; resigned 
1687. 

Page 263. Eobert Codrington. 

At Didmarton on a flat stone, " Here also lyeth the 
body of Robert Codrington, Esq., who departed this 
life the 11 day of June, Anno Domini 1717, setatis 
suse 68." (Biglaml.) 

Page 267. William Soper. 

Wood says, " and of Hart Hall ; beneficed in Devon- 
shire, lately deceased, 12 Dec. 1681." 

Page 268. William Over. |E. (Hart Hall) 30 March, 1666 
(fil. Gul. 0. de Winton, pleb. set. 17). 

Page 274. Anthony Eogers. Jtt. (? St John's) 22 May, 
1668. 



ADDITIONS TO PART I. 585 



Page 274. John Morton. JE. (St Edmund Hall) 13 July, 
1667, paup. 

Page 276. Daniel Ayshford. Vice-Principal of Hart Hall. 
Preached at St Mary's 2 Nov. 1682. (Wood.) 

Page 276. Marmaduke Alford. 

Benefactor to the Church at Curry Rivel ; one M. A. 
was buried at Weston Zoyland, 2 Sept. 1712. 

(Collinson.) 

Page 278. Peter Gaily. JE. Gale (Exeter) 14 March, 16 
(fil. Samuelis C. de Exon., pleb. pet. 17). 

Page 278. John Standfast. JE. (Gloucester Hall) 9 Feb. 
16ff (fil. Richardi S. de Bristol, min. ret. 16). 

Rector of Portishead, 19 April, 1682, and of Weston 
in Gordano, 23 Sept. 1682 ; both vacant by death in 
1702. 

Page 285. George Roberts. JE. (St John's) 13 March, 16f|- 
(fil. Georgii R. de Richmond, Surr. min. ret. 17). 

Page 285. William Latton. 

Lieutenant of a company of University Volunteers 
raised during Monmouth's Rebellion, 2 July, 1685. 

"(Wood.) 

Page 286. Daniel Rosewell. JE. (Corpus) 17 April, 1668 
(fil. Gualteri R. de Chatham, Kent, p.p. pet. 17), 
serviens. 

Page 289. Pierce Lloyd. JE. (Jesus) 17 Dec. 1669 (fil. P. L. 
de Penrose, Anglesey, gen. a?t. 16). 

Page 292. George Kemeys. 

Mary was not his " only " sister ; there was another, 
Ann (Nancy). These two were the " ladies of Naish " ; 
Bishop Ken's friends. (Plumtree.) 

Page 294. George Harding. JE. (New Inn Hall) 20 Oct. 
1671 (fil. Johannis H. de Kisworth, Dorcestr. 
gen. ret. 16). 
Probably Keysworth, a manor of Wareham. 



586 ADDITIONS TO PART I. 



Page 296. John Bridgman. 

Of Prinknash and Nympsfield ; was buried 3 June, 
1729, s.p. (Bigland.) 

Page 296. Charles Bridgman. 

On a flat stone at Upton-St-Leonards, " Also in 
memory of Charles Bridgman, who was buried 23rd 
day of July, 1721." (Bigland.) 

Page 298. Thomas Dunster. 

Rector of Begbrooke, Oxon., 26 Aug. 1686 to 1698. 
Chaplain in Ordinary. An account under his will is 
in the Chancellor's Court dated 27 June, 1719. 

Page 299. Robert Burnett, J&. (Magd. Hall) 9 Nov. 1672 
(fil. Gulielmi B. de Newton, Ebor. gen. ret. 16). 

Page 301. Kebbe, 

The name appears as Keble in Foster's Alumni ; there 
were Kebles of Southrop. 

Page 305. William Coward. He claimed to vote at the 
election of the Warden of Merton, 12 Oct. 
1693. Died 1725. 

Page 305. Eichard Sheppard. JE. (Alban Hall) 7 July, 
1674 (fil. Johannis S. de Horsington, Somerset, 
gen. a,>t. 16). 

Page 305. John Saunders, probably JE. (St Mary Hall) 
30 May, 1674 (fil. Mattel S. de Tardebig, 
Vigorn, p.p. let. 16). 

Page 308. Robert Doyley. 

Apparently he left to the College 100, for there is a 
note in the Convention Book, 17 Dec. 1733, " that Mr 
Doyley's 100 be appropriated to the use of the 
College Hall." 

Page 309. Humphrey Hody. 

At Monk's Bisborough he left a charge for the in- 
struction of boys in a Sunday class, being one of the 
i-urlicst founders of Sunday Schools. 



ADDITIONS TO PART I. 587 

Page 311. Abraham Williams. JE. as Ab. William (Balliol) 
28 Nov. 1673 (til. Al>. W. de Doddington, Som., 
pleb. set. 15). 

Page 313. George Coxeter. 

Of Kennington, Berks. Barrister of the Temple, 
1687. His mother married Christopher, brother of 
Anthony a Wood. 

Page 313. Thomas Creech. 

Probate of his will in the Chancellor's Court, 28 June, 

1700. 

" Vir admodum doctrina et ingenio prrcditus erat et 

vehementer quidem ab omnibus prtesertim literatis 

complorandus." (Benjamin Marshall to John Postle- 

thwayte, among Hartshorne MSS.) 

Page 314. John Page. |tt. (New) 2 July, 1675 (til. Nicolai 
P. de Bloxham, Oxon., p.p. set. 16). 

Page 314. Samuel Genefar. 

He spoke at the grave of the Bishop of Oxford, the 
intruded President of Magdalen, 24 March, 1688. 

Page 323. William Templer. He appears as Clerk in the 
College Roll of 1681. 

Page 323. Brian Turner. 

Born 21 Sept. 1660. Godson of Brian Duppa, Bishop 
of Winchester ; buried at Richmond, 2 Aug. 1687 ; 
apparently unmarried. 

Page 326. Charles Osbaldston. 

Wood says that he died on 30, and was buried on 
31 March. Arms, Quarterly, argent and sable, four 
leopard's heads counterchanged. 

Page 328. Francis Brague (Bragg). 

Wood says that he was allowed his M.A. 28 Jan. 
16'^, "having been constrained to leave the Univer- 
sity by (?'.e., in consequence oi') the Parliament sitting 
at Oxford (i.e., in 1681). 



588 ADDITIONS TO PART I. 



Page 330. Haward Downer. JE. (Balliol) 8 March, 16J 
(fil. Edvardi D. de Southampton, p.p. set. 15). 

Page 330. Charles King. JE. (Magd. Hall) 8 May, 1678 
(fil. Thomse K. de Aylesbury, Buck. Med. Doct. 
aet. 16). 

His father brought a mandamus from the King for 
his election as JF. of Merton, 20 Feb. 16||, but the 
College resisted it successfully (Wood), though prob- 
ably with the understanding that he should be elected 
to the JF. (Brodrick.) 

Page 331. William Milliard. 

In St Mark's Church, Bristol, commonly called the 
Mayor's Chapel, is the following inscription, 
" Near this place lie the remains of William Hilliard, 
Esq., who was born at Sea House, in the parish of 
Ihninster, in the county of Somerset. After having, 
by his bright parts, soon acquired the knowledge 
usually taught in school, he entered himself a Gentle- 
man Commoner in Wadham College, in Oxford, where 
he made himself master of the liberal sciences ; then 
travelled over the greatest part of Europe, and re- 
turned to his native land a compleat gentleman, and 
master of the European languages ; was put into the 
Commission of the Peace, for which he was well 
qualified. He married Mary, the widow of William 
Blome, Esq., one of the daughters and co-heiresses of 
Gabriel Goodman, Esq., who, by her last will, left 
200Z to erect this monument to his memory. Among 
other charitable legacies he left 1001 to the poor of the 
parish of St Augustin, in this city." 

(Barrett, p. 348.) 

Page 332. Howell Gwynn. 

Arms, Sable, a fess Or between two swords, the upper 
with the point up, the lower down, Argent, hilted Or ; 
Crest, a hand couped ppr. holding a sword Argent 
piercing a dragon's head couped Vert. (Wood.) 

Pago 332. Bayly Adee. JH. (Bmsonose) 11 Nov. 1681 (HI. 



ADDITIONS TO PART I. 589 

Nicolai A. de Rodbourne Cheyney, Wilton, 
cler. aet. 16). 

Page 337. Charles Freeman. JE. (Trinity) 14 March, 16|| 
(fil. Jigidii F. de Sarum, Wilton, gen. set. 18). 

Page 337. Nathaniel Boughton. |tt. (Magdalen) 23 May, 
1682 (fil. N. B. de Stoke-sub-Harnden, Som., 
min. set. 16). 

Page 337. William Ruddle. JE. (Trinity) 19 May, 1681 (fil. 
Johannis R. de Laimceston, Cornub. cler. set. 
16). 

" Vicar of South Petherwin, Corn., 1695." (F.) 

Page 339. Charles Vyner. 

Barrister of the Inner Temple. Died, unmarried, a