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RUGBY SCHOOL REGISTER. 



VOLUME II. 



FROM AUGUST, 1842, TO JANUARY, 1874. 




REVISED AND ANNOTATED BY 
REV. A. T. MIOHBLL, O.R., M.A 



PRINTED FOR SUBSCRIBERS BY 

A. J. LAWRENCE, MARKET PLACE, RUGBY. 
MDCCCCII. 



RUGBY : 

A. J. LAWRENCE, PRINTER, 
MARKET PLACE. 




PREFACE. Ill 



PREFACE. 



THE revision of that part of the Register comprised in this 
volume, and particularly the period 1850-1874, has naturally been 
a far easier task than was the case in the earlier part. The entries 
in the Album were accurately transcribed for the edition of 1886, 
and the corrections now made have been for the most part supplied 
by the bearers of the names themselves. The Album has, however, 
been carefully studied and the contemporary School Lists examined, 
with the result that a few omitted names have been added to the 
Roll. 

Similarly in the annotation, the Editor has had the benefit 
of a sound foundation to work upon. The Editor of the volume 
printed in 1886 had no time-honoured glosses to mislead him, and 
the majority of his notes only require the additions to them which 
time has brought. In order to make these additions correctly 
circulars, specifying the points requiring attention in their own 
individual cases, have been sent to upwards of two thousand Old 
Rugbeians. That eighty per cent, have failed to reply is taken to 
mean rather that they are content with the old notes, than that 
they are indifferent as to the correctness of their entry, or the de- 
scriptions given of their careers. The Editor has, nevertheless, 
made every effort to bring all notes up to date, even in cases where 
personal returns might reasonably have been expected. 



IV PREFACE. 

The list of Boarding Houses tentatively given in Volume i., 
has elicited more exact information, and so far as it concerns the 
period covered by this Volume, is reprinted below. The point of 
interest being, who took on the Boarders on the departure of any 
House Master, a somewhat different way of arranging the list has 
been adopted. It should, perhaps, be mentioned that in former 
days it was not uncommon for boys to migrate from one House to 
another, but these migrations can only be dated by a reference to 
the School Lists. 

The detection of some more ghost names conjured up by the 
" Companion to the Rugby School Register," and unsuspectingly 
adopted in Volume i., renders a list of further Addenda to that 
Volume necessary. 

The special thanks of the Editor are due to Dr. James for his 
appeal to the Press, which has elicited information from all parts 
of the world : to many Old Rugbeians, who have answered specific 
inquiries : and particularly to Morris Davies, W. B. Gair, and 
G. A. Solly, who have assisted greatly in tracing names from Rugby, 
London, and Liverpool, respectively. 

SHERIFFHALES, 

/5 November^ 1902. 



CONTENTS. 



CONTENTS OF VOLUME II. 



TRUSTEES. OF THE SCHOOL - vii 

GOVERNING BODY - - viii 

HEADMASTERS - ix 

ASSISTANT MASTERS AND TUTORS - - X 

ENTRANCES UNDER 

YEAH. 

1842 ARCHIBALD CAMPBELL TAIT, D.C.L. -I 

1850 EDWARD MEYRICK GOULBURN, D.D. - 93 

1858 FREDERICK TEMPLE, D.D. - l6l 

1870 HENRY HAYMAN, D.D. 308 

ADDENDA ET CORRIGENDA _ 345 

FURTHER ADDENDA TO VOL. I. - - - 347 

INDEX - ' ' - 35 1 

LIST OF SUBSCRIBERS - 1 



A Standing Committee of Masters and Old Rugbeians 
was appointed by the Headmaster in 1899, to consult on the 
printing of the Register, and all communications relating 
to entries should be addressed to " THIS REGISTER COMMITTEE, 
RUGBY SCHOOL." 



TRUSTEES. Vll 



TRUSTEES OF RUGBY SCHOOL. 



1842. 

Right Hon. William Basil Percy, ;th Karl of Denbigh, Newnham Paddox. Died 1865. 

Right Hon. Heneage, 5th Earl of Aylesford, Packington Hall, Coventry. Died 1859. 

Right Hon. Richard, 3rd Earl of Warwick, Warwick Castle. Died 1853. 

Right Hon. Richard William Penn. Earl Howe, Gopsall Hall, Atherstone. Died 1870. 

Sir Gray Skipwith, 8th Baronet, Alveston, Warwickshire. Died 1852. 

Sir Francis Lawley, yth Baronet, Middleton Hall, Coleshill. Died 1851. 

Sir Henry Halford, Baronet, Wistow Hall, Market Harborough. Died 1844. 

Sir George Crewe, 8th Baronet, Calke Hall, Derby. Died 1844. 

William Holbech, Esq., Farnborough, Banbury. Died 1856. 

Evelyn John Shirley, P^sq., Eatington Hall, Stratford-on-Avon. Died '856. 

Henry Grimes, Esq., Coton House, Rugby. Died 1860. 

William Stratford Dugdale, Esq., Merivale Hall, Atherstone. Died 1871. 

The following were appointed in the years stated. 

1844 Right Hon.Chandos, Baron Leigh of Stoneleigh, Stoneleigh Abbey, Kenilworth. 

Died 1850. 

1844 Sir Theophilus Biddulph, 6th Baronet, Birdingbury Hall, Southam. Died 1854. 

18^1 Henry Christopher Wise. Esq., Woodcote, Leamington. Died 1883. 

1851 Lord Charles Bertie Percy, Guy's Cliff, Warwick. Died 1870. 

1852 Sir Henry St. John Halford, 3rd Baronet, Wistow Hall, Leicestershire. Died 1897. 
1855 Right Hon. George Guy, 4th Earl of Warwick, Warwick Castle. Died 1893. 

1855 Right Hon. William Henry, 2nd Baron Leigh, Stoneleigh Abbey, Kenilworth. 

1856 Right Hon Lord John Scott, Cawston House. Rugby. Died 1860. 

1857 Right Hon. Charles Bowyer, ist Baron Norton, Hams Hall, Birmingham. 

1859 Right Hon. Charles Newdigate Newdegate, M.P., Arbury, Nuneaton. Died 1887. 

1860 Sir Thomas George Skipwith, 9th Baronet, Newbold Hall, Rugby. Died 1863. 
1860 Ven. Archdeacon Charles William Holbech, Farnborough Vicarage, Banbury. 

Died 1901. 
1864 His Grace, John Winston, 7th Duke of Marlborough, K.G., Blenheim Palace, 

Woodstock. Died 1883. 

1866 William Bromley Davenport, Esq., M.P., Baginton Hall, Coventry. Died 1884. 
1868 Colonel John Sidney North, M.P., Wroxton Abbey, Banbury. Died 1894. 
1870 Right Rev. Henry, Lord Bishop of Worcester, Hartlebury Castle, Kidderminster. 

Died 1891. 
1870 Evelyn Philip Shirley, Esq., Eatington Hall, Stratford-on-Avon. Died 1882. 



Vlll GOVERNING BODY. 



GOVERNING BODY. 



December 15, 1871. 

Right Rev. Henry, Lord Bishop of Worcester. Died 1891. 

Right Rev. Frederick, Lord Bishop of Exeter, afterwards Bishop of London, and Arch- 
bishop of Canterbury. 

Most Hon. Francis George Hugh, 5th Marquis of Hertford. Died 1884. 

Right Hon. George Guy, 4th Earl of Warwick. Died 1893. 

Right Hon. William Henry, 2nd Baron Leigh. 

Right Hon. Charles Bowyer, ist Baron Norton. 

Rev. George Granville Bradley, afterwards Dean of Westminster. 

Rev. William Henry Bateson, D.D., Master of St. John's College, Cambridge. Died 
1881. 

Right Hon. Charles Newdigate Newdegate, M.P. Died 1887. 

Professor Henry John Stephen Smith, F.R.S. Died 1883. 

Sir George Kettilby Rickards, K..C.B. Died 1889. 

Right Hon. Ralph Robert Wheeler Lingen, ist Baron Lingen. Resigned 1902. 



HEADMASTERS. IX 



HEADMASTERS OF RUGBY SCHOOL. 



1842 Archibald Campbell Tait, D.D. 

Balliol College, Oxford, Scholar 1830-35, B.A. First Class Classical 
School, 1833, Fellow, 1834-42, M.A. 1836, Tutor, 1837-42, B.C.L. 
1842, D.D. by diploma, 1869. Appointed Headmaster of Rugby, 1842. 
Dean of Carlisle, 1850-56. Lord Bishop of London, 1856-68. Arch- 
bishop of Canterbury, 1868. A Privy Councillor, and a Fellow of the 
Royal Society. Died 3 December, 1882. 



1850 Edward Meyrick Goulburn, D.D. 

Educated at Eton College. Balliol College, Oxford, Scholar, 1834-41, 
B.A., First Class Classics, 1839, Fellow of Merton College, 1841-46, 
M.A. 1842, D.C.L. 1850, 0.0.1856. Appointed Headmaster of Rugby, 
1850. Resigned, 1858. Minister of Quebec Chapel, 1858-59, Incum- 
bent of St. John's, Paddington, 1859-67, Prebendary of St. Paul's 
Cathedral, Chaplain to the Queen, and Dean of Norwich, 1866. 
Resigned the deanery, 1889. Died 3 May, 1897. For list of his pub- 
lished works see Crockford, 1897. A Window to his memory was 
unveiled in the School Chapel by Archbishop Temple, i October, 1898. 



1858 Frederick Temple, D.D. 

Educated at BlundelPs School, Tiverton. Balliol College, Oxford, 
Blundell Scholar, 1838-42, B.A., Double First Class, Classics and 
Mathematics, 1842, Fellow, 1842-48, M.A. 1847, Mathematics and 
Logic Lecturer. 1845, Hon. Fellow of Exeter College, 1885, Select 
Preacher, 1857, and 1872, Bampton Lecturer, 1875. Chaplain to the 
Queen. 1872. Appointed Headmaster of Rugby, 1858. Lord Bishop 
of Exeter, 1869. Lord Bishop of London, 1885. Archbishop of Canter- 
bury, 1896. Hon. D.D. of St. Andrew's University, 1885, and LL.D. 
Cambridge, 1897, au{ ^ a Lord of the Privy Council. Chairman of the 
Governing Body of Rugby School. For list of his published works see 
Crockford, 1902. 



1870 Henry Hayman, D.D. 

Educated at Merchant Taylors School, 1832-41. St. John's College, 
Oxford, Scholar, 1841-44, B.A., Double Second Class, Classics and 
Mathematics, 1845, Fellow, 1844-55, M.A. 1849, B.D. 1854, D.D. 1870. 
Assistant Master, Charterhouse, 1852-55. Headmaster, St. Olave's, 
Southwark, 1855-59, an( ^ f Cheltenham Grammar School, 1859-68, 
and of Bradfield College, 1868-69. Appointed Headmaster of Rugby, 
December, 1869. Resigned, 1874. Rector of Aldingham, Lancashire, 
from 1874. For list of his published works, see Crockford, 1902. 



ASSISTANT MASTERS. 



ASSISTANT MASTERS AND TUTORS. 



ASSISTANT MASTERS TO DR. TAIT. 

1843 Ralph Robert Wheeler Lingen, appointed February, 1843. Left February, 1844. 
Educated at Bridgnorth School. Trinity College, Oxford, Scholar, 1837-41, 
Ireland Scholar, 1838, Hertford Scholar, 1839, B - A - First class Classics, 
1841, Latin Essay, 1843, Eldon Scholar, 1846, Fellow of Balliol College, 
1841-50, M.A. 1846, created D.C.L., 1881, Hon. Fellow of Trinity College, 
1886. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 1847. Secretary to Committee of 
Council on Education, 1849-70. Permanent Secretary to the Treasury, 
1870-85. K.C.B. 1879. Created BARON LINGEN, 1885. Member of the 
Governing Body of Rugby School, 1871-1902. 

1843 Dr. Trithen, Modern Languages. 

1843 George Barnard, Drawing Master. Left 1880. Died 1890. 

1844 Monsieur M. Bernays, Modern Languages. 

1844 Rev. George John Kennedy, appointed March, 1844. Entered Shrewsbury 

School, 1828, and left 1830. St. John's College, Cambridge, Scholar, 1830. 
Porson Prizeman and Bell Scholar, 1831, B.A., First Classic, and Davies 
Scholar, 1834, Fellow, 1835, M.A. 1837. Died n September, 1847. A 
Memorial Inscription is in the School Chapel. 

1845 Rev. Robert Bickersteth Mayor, appointed April. 1845. Left 1863. Educated 

at Manchester Grammar School. St. John's College, Cambridge, Scholar, 
1838, B.A., 3rd Wrangler, 1842, Fellow, 1845-64, M.A. 1845. Mathe- 
matical Master at Rugby. Rector of Prating, Colchester, 1863. Hon. 
Canon of St. Albans, 1877. Died 15 August, 1898. 

1845 Rev. Richard Congreve, appointed April, 1845. Left 1848. Entered Rugby 

School, August, 1832, see Vol I. page 261. Exhibitioner, 1837. Wadham 
College, Oxford, B.A. First Class, 1840, M.A. 1845, Fellow, 1844-54. 
Afterwards M.R.C.P. Died 7 July, 1899. 

1846 Rev. George Granville Bradley, appointed January, 1846. Left June, 1858. 

Entered Rugby School, August 1837, see Vol. I., page 294. Exhibitioner, 
1840. Scholar of University College, Oxford, B.A. First Class, Classics, 
1844, Latin Essay, 1845, Fellow, M.A. 1847. Headmaster of Marlborough, 
1858-70. Master of University College, Oxford, 1870. D.D. 1881. Dean 
of Westminster, 1881-1902. 

1846 John Campbell Shairp, appointed 1846. Left Christmas, 1857. Balliol College, 

Oxford, Exhibitioner, 1840, Newdigate Prize, 1842, B.A. 1844, M.A. 1847. 
Professor of Poetry, 1877-85. Principal of St. Andrew's University. Died 
18 September, 1885. 

1847 Rev. Thomas Sanders Evans, appointed August, 1847. Left June, 1862. St. 

John's College, Cambridge, Scholar, 1835, Porson Prize, 1838, B.A. 1839, 
M.A. 1845. Professor of Greek, Durham University, 1862. Canon 
Residentiary in Durham Cathedral, 1862. Died May, 1889. 

1847 Arthur Bradley, appointed August, 1847. Left June, 1848. Balliol College, 
Oxford, 1844, Michell Scholar of Queen's College, 1844, B -A. 1847, M - A - 
1850. Rector of All Saints, Southampton, 1863. Died ^November, 1884. 

1847 Raymond Brewster Smythies, appointed August, 1847. Emmanuel College, 
Cambridge, B.A. 1847, M.A. 1850. Died August, 1861. 



ASSISTANT MASTERS. XI 



1848 Theodore Walrond, appointed August, 1848. Left 1853. Entered Rugby 
School, August, 1834, see Vol. I. page 274. Exhibitioner, 1842. Balliol 
College, Oxford, Scholar, 1842-50, B.A. First Class, Classics, 1846, Senior 
Mathematical Scholar, 1847, M.A. 1851, Fellow, 1850-57. Secretary to 
the Civil Service Commission, 1863. Appointed a Commissioner, and C.B., 
1871. A Member of the Governing Body of Rugby School, 1884. Died 
1 6 June, 1887. 

1848 Rev. Charles Evans, appointed August, 1848. Left June, 1862. Trinity College, 

Cambridge, Scholar, 1844, Craven Scholar, 1846, Senior Chancellor's 
Medallist and B.A. First Classic and Senior Optime, 1847, Fellow, 18-18-52, 
M.A. 1850. Headmaster of King Edward's School, Birmingham, 1862-72. 
Rector of Solihull, 1872-94. Hon. Canon of Worcester Cathedral, 1874. 

1849 Alexander Ross, LL.D., Master of Modern Languages. Appointed August, 

1849. Left Christmas, 1850. 

1849 William Sharp, F.R.S., Reader in Natural Philosophy. Appointed August, 1849. 

Left Christmas, 1850. Of Morton House, Rugby. M.D., F.R.S. (1840), 
and F.G.S. Died 10 April, 1896. 

ASSISTANT MASTERS TO DR. GOULBURN. 

1850 Rev. Leonard Francis Burrows, appointed August, 1850. Left Easter, 1872. 

Educated at the Charterhouse. Wadham College, Oxford, Scholar, 1839, 
B.A. First Class in Classics, 1843, Fellow, Vinerian Scholar, 1844. M.A. 
1849. Rector of Limington, Somerset, 1882-86. Address, The Rectory, 
Godalming. Athenceum Club. 

1851 Rev. Berdmore Compton, appointed 1851. Left December, 1857. Merton 

College, Oxford, B.A. First Class in Mathematics, 1841, Fellow, 1841-52, 
M.A. 1843. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 1846. Vicar of All Saints, 
Margaret Street, London, 1873-86. Address, Athet stone Hall, IPanvickshire. 

1852 Rev. Philip Bowden Smith, Modern Languages, appointed February, 1852. 

Entered Rugby School, February, 1844, see page 21 below. University 
College, Oxford, Scholar, 1849, B - A - l8 5' M - A - |8 5 6 - Died at Rugby, 
i June, 1895. The School Chapel was enlarged as a Monument to his 
memory. 

1852 Rev. Edward White Benson, appointed August, 1852. Left Christmas, 1858. 
Educated at King Edward's School. Birmingham. Trinity College, Cam- 
bridge, Scholar, 1848, B.A. Senior Chancellor's Medallist, Members' 
Prizeman, and First Class, Classical Tripos, 1852, Fellow, 1853, M.A. 
1855, B.D. 1862, D.D. 1867. First Headmaster of Wellington'College, 
1858-72. Chancellor of Lincoln, 1872. Lord Bishop of Truro, 1877. 
Archbishop of Canterbury, 1883. D.C.L. Oxford, 1884. Died 1 1 October, 
1896. A Medallion to his memory is in the School Chapel. 

ASSISTANT MASTERS TO DR. TEMPLE. 

1858 Rev. Thomas William Jex-Blake, appointed February, 1858. Left July, 1868. 
Entered Rugby School, August, 1844, see page 29 below. Exhibitioner, 
1851. University College, Oxford, Scholar, 1851, First Class, Classical 
Moderations, 1853, B.A. First Class, Classics, 1855, Fellow and Tutor, 
dueen's College. 1855, M.A. 1857. B - and D.D., 1873. F.S.A. Head- 
master of Cheltenham College, 1868-74. Headmaster of Rugby School, 
1874-87. Rector of Alvechurch, 1887. Dean of Wells, 1891. Address, 
The Deanery, Wells, Somerset. 

1858 Rev. Arthur Gray Butler, appointed 25 August, 1858. Left 1862. Entered 
Rugby School, August, 1844, see page 28 below. Exhibitioner, 1850. 
University College, Oxford, Scholar, 1850, B.A. Ireland Scholar, and First 



Xll ASSISTANT MASTERS. 



Class, Classics, 1853, Fellow of Oriel College, 1856, M.A. 1857. Head- 
master of Haileybury, 1862-67. Dean and Tutor of Oriel, 1875-85. 
Address, Oriel College, Oxford. 

1859 Rev. Christopher Blick Hutchinson, appointed 10 February, 1859. Left 
August, 1884. Educated at King Edward's School, Birmingham, 1838-47, 
St. John's College, Cambridge, Scholar, 1847, B - A - First Class, Classical 
Tripos, 1851, M.A. 1854, Resident Fellow, 1853-55. Assistant Master 
King Edward's School, Birmingham, 1855-58. Examining Chaplain to 
Archbishops Benson and Temple, from 1884. Hon. Canon of Canterbury 
Cathedral, 1892. Address, Duppas Hill, Croydon. 

1859 Rev. Charles Edward Moberly, appointed 10 February, 1859. Left 1879. 
Educated at Shrewsbury School, 1833-36. Balliol College, Oxford, 
Scholar, 1838-44, B.A. 1841, M.A. 1846. Rector of Coin Rogers, North- 
leach, 1879-83. Died July, 1893. 

1859 Rev. James Maurice Wilson, Mathematics and Natural Science, appointed 
i September, 1859. ^eft Easter, 1879. Educated at King William's 
College, Isle of Man, 1847-52, and Sedbergh School, 1852-55. St. John's 
College, Cambridge, Scholar, 1855, Bell's University Scholar, 1856, B.A. 
Senior Wrangler, 1859, Fellow, 1859-68, M.A. 1862. Ordained, 1879. 
Headmaster of Clifton College, 1879-90. Vicar of Rochdale, and Arch- 
deacon of Manchester, 1890. Hulsean Lecturer, 1898. For list of pub- 
lished works see Crock f'otd, 1902. Address, ficarage, Rochdale. 

1859 Edward Ashley Scott, appointed 20 April, 1859. Left 1895. Entered Rugby 
School in August, 1842, see page 6 below. Trinity College, Cambridge, 
Scholar, 1849, B.A. 6th in First Class, Classical Tripos, and Chancellor's 
Medallist, 1853, Fellow, M.A. 1856. Assistant Master at Marlborough 
College, 1853-59. J.P. for Warwickshire. 'Address, The Lawn, Rugby. 

1859 John William Joseph Vecqueray, Modern Languages, appointed August, 1859. 

Educated at the College of Notre Dame de la Paix, Namur, 1841-48. 
Master of a Preparatory School at Bruges, Belgium, 1851-59, and at 
Rugby, 1859-89. Assistant Master at Rugby School, 1859, until his death, 
26 December, 1901. 

1860 Rev. Charles Elsee, Mathematics, appointed February, 1860. Left 1901. 

Educated at Ramsgate School, now The South Eastern College. St. John's 
College, Cambridge, Scholar, 1853, B.A. Third Wrangler, 1855, Fellow, 
1857-61, M.A. 1858. Assistant Master at Rossall School, 1855-60. 
Address, 16, Billon Road, Rugby. 

1860 Rev. John Percival, appointed 20 October, 1860. Left August, 1862. Educated 
at Appleby Grammar School. Queen's College, Oxford, Scholar, 1854, 
Junior Mathematical Scholar, 1855, Double First Class, Moderations, 1856, 
B.A. Double First Class, 1858, M.A. 1858, Fellow, 1858-63, D.D. by 
diploma, 1895. Hon. LL.D. of St. Andrew's, 1875. Headmaster of Clifton 
College, 1862-78. President of Trinity College, Oxford, 1878-87. Canon 
of Bristol, 1882-87. Headmaster of Rugby, 1887-95. Lord Bishop of 
Hereford, 1895. Address, The Palace, Hereford. 

1862 Alexander William Potts, appointed n February, 1862. Left December, 1869. 
Educated at Shrewsbury School, 1849-54. Exhibitioner and Scholar, St. 
John's College, Cambridge, 1854, B.A. Second Classic, and Chancellor's 
Medallist, 1858, Fellow, 1859, M - A - l86 '- Hon. LL.D., Glasgow. Head- 
master of Fettes College, Edinburgh, 1870. Died 15 November, 1889. 

1862 William Knyvett Wilson, appointed 28 August, 1862. Educated at Eton 
College. Trinity College, Cambridge, 1858, B.A. Fourth Classic, and 
equal as Chancellor's Medallist, 1862, Fellow, 1864, M.A. 1865. Killed 
by a fall from the Riffelhorn, 1865. 



ASSISTANT MASTERS. Xlll 



1862 James Surtees Phillpotts, agpointed 28 August, 1862. Left 1874. Educated 
at Winchester College, 1852-58. New College, Oxford, Scholar (Fellow), 
1858-69, Stanhope Prize Essay, 1859, First Class, Classical Moderations, 

1860, First Class, Final Classics, 1862. B.A. 1863, B.C.L. 1864, M.A. 
1872. Headmaster of Bedford Grammar School, from 1874. 

1862 Francis Elliott Kitchener, Mathematics, appointed 28 August, 1862. Left 1874. 
Entered Rugby School in August, 1854, see page 137 below. Exhibitioner, 
1857. Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1 2th Wrangler and Second Class, 
Classical Tripos, 1861, Fellow, 1863, M.A. 1864. Headmaster of the 
High School, Newcastle, Staffs, 1874. J.P. for Staffordshire. Address, 
Oulton Old Had, Stone, Staffordshire. 

1862 Rev. James Robertson, appointed 20 October, 1862. Left 1871. Educated at 

Cheltenham College, 1846-54. Jesus College, Cambridge, 1854, B.A. 
Second Classic, 1858, Fellow, M.A. 1862. Assistant Master at Harrow 
School, 1872-83. Headmaster of Haileybury College, 1884-90. Vicar of 
Whittlesford, Cambridge, from 1891. 

1863 Rev. John Bond, Mathematics, appointed August, 1863. Left Midsummer, 

1865. Educated at Lancaster School. Magdalene College, Cambridge, 
Scholar, 1857, B.A. 2nd Wrangler and Smith's Prizeman, 1861, Fellow, 
1861-65, M.A. 1864. Rector of Anderby, 1865-89. Rector of Steeple 
Ashton, 1889-97. Archdeacon of Stow, and Vicar of St. Peter in Eastgate, 
Lincoln, 1897. 

1864 Arthur Sidgwick, appointed 25 August, 1864. Left 1879 Entered Rugby 

School in August, 1853, see page 131, below. Exhibitioner, 1859. Trinity 
College, Cambridge, Scholar, 1859, Senior Bell Scholar, 1860, Greek Ode, 

1861, 1862, Porson Scholar, 1861, Members' Prizeman, 1862, 1863, 1864, 
B.A. Second Classic, 1863, Senior Chancellor's Medallist, 1863, Fellow, 
1864-79. Tutor of Corpus Christi College, Oxford, 1879, Fellow, 1882. 
Address, 64, Woodstock Road, Oxford. 

1864 Henry Lee Warner, appointed 25 August, 1864. Left 1885. Entered Rugby 
School in August, 1854. see page 139, below. Exhibitioner, 1860. St. 
John's College, Cambridge, Scholar, 1860, Prizeman for Latin Verse and 
Greek Epigram, 1861, B.A. nth in First Class, Classical Tripos, 1864, 
Bachelor's Members Prize, and Fellow, 1865, M.A. 1867. J.P. for Norfolk. 
Member of the Governing Body of Rugby School, October, 1902. Address, 
The Paddocks, Swuffham, Norfolk. 

1864 Edward Frederick Grenfell, Modern Languages, appointed 20 October, 1864. 

Entered Rugby School in August, 1853, seepage 131, below. Queen's 
College, Oxford, Scholar, 1859-63, B.A. First Class, Classics, 1863, M.A. 

1866. Died at Rugby, 29 December, 1870. 

1865 Rev. Thomas Neville Hutchinson, Natural Science, appointed 10 February, 1865. 

Left 1883. Educated at King Edward's School, Birmingham. St. John's 
College, Cambridge, Scholar, 1850, B.A. 15th Wrangler, 1854, M.A. 1859. 
Second Master, King Edward's School, Birmingham, 1860-65. Vicar of 
Broad Chalke, Salisbury, 1882-98. Canon of Salisbury, 1898- Died 
12 May, 1899. 

1865 John Lucas Tupper, Drawing, appointed August, 1865. Died 29 September, 
1879. 

1865 Rev. Henry Brandreth, Mathematics, appointed 25 August, 1865. Left Christ- 
mas, 1865. Educated at Eton College. Trinity College, Cambridge, 
Scholar, 1853, B.A. nth Wrangler, 1857, Fellow, 1858-71, M.A. 1860. 
Mathematical Master at Eton, 1860-64. Rector of Dickleburgh, 1871-99. 
Address, 72, Hills Road, Cambridge. 



XIV ASSISTANT MASTERS. 



1866 Rev. Charles James Eliseo Smith, Mathematics, appointed 25 January, 1866. 
Left December, 1873. St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. ;th Wrangler, 
1860, Fellow, 1862-64, M.A. 1863. Mathematical Master at Sherborne 
School, 1863-66, and at Eton College, 1874-80. Vicar of Bromham, 
Bedford, 1880, until his death, 23 December, 1900. 

1866 Robert Whitelaw, appointed 20 April, 1866. Educated at Lancaster School. 

Trinity College, Cambridge, Scholar, 1861, Craven Scholar, 1864, B.A. 
First in First Class, Classical Tripos, and 8th Senior Optime, 1865, First 
Chancellor's Medallist, 1865, Fellow 1866-67, M.A. 1868. 

1867 Edwin Edwards, Music, appointed 1867. Left 1886. Organist and Choir- 

master, 1867-86. Address, ftnrton Stieet, Rnby. 

1867 Andreas Pettersson, Music, appointed 1867. Left July, 1895. Died, 1898. 

1868 Rev. Thomas Leslie Papillon, appointed 18 September, 1868. Left July, 1869. 

Educated at Marlborough College. Balliol College, Oxford, Scholar, 
1859-64, Hertford Scholar and First Class, Classical Moderations, 1862, 
Latin Verse, 1863, B.A. First Class, Final Classics, 1864, Fellow of Merton 
College, 1865-69, M.A. 1867, Fellow of New College, 1869-84, Tutor, 
1870-84. Vicar of Writtle, Chelmsford, from 1884. For list of published 
works, see Crock fdrd. 

1869 Robert West Taylor, appointed 17 September, 1869. Left 1877. St. John's 

College, Cambridge, Scholar and Exhibitioner, 1856, B.A. Fifth Classic, 
and I7th Wrangler, 1860, Fellow, 1861, M.A. 1863. Assistant Master at 
Marlborough College, 1864-69. Headmaster of Kelly College, Tavistock, 
1877-86. Died, 1890. 



ASSISTANT MASTERS TO DR. HAYMAN. 

1870 William Sargent, appointed January, 1870. Educated at St. Bees Grammar 

School. Queen's College, Oxford, Michel Exhibitioner, 1849-52, Scholar, 
1852-56, B.A. 1853, M.A. 1855, Fellow, 1856-63. Died at Rugby, 
14 December, 1892. 

1871 Rev. William Charles Green, appointed January, 1871. Left Easter, 1884. 

Educated at Eton College. 1843-51. King's College, Cambridge, 1851, 
Browne's Medallist, 1852, 1853, 1854, Craven Scholar and B.A., Second 
Classic, 1855, Fellow, 1854-58, M.A. 1861. Rector of Hepworth, Diss, 
from 1884. For list of published works, see Crockjord, 1902. 

1871 Rev. James Isaac Cohen, appointed January, 1871. Left June, 1872. Educated 
at Clifton College. Worcester College, Oxford, Scholar, 1866, B.A. 1870, 
M.A. 1875. Vicar of St. Mary, Harrogate, from 1898. 

1871 Edward Armstrong, appointed 1871. Left Christmas, 1873. Educated at 
Bradfield College. Exeter College, Oxford, Scholar, 1864, B.A. First 
Class, Classical Moderations, 1869, Fellow, Queen's College, 1869, 
M.A. 1871, Senior Bursar, 1878. 

1871 Rev. Frederick William Spurling, appointed Easter, 1871. Left Easter, 1874. 

Educated at St. Paul's School. Wadham College, Oxford, Scholar, 1862-67, 
First Class, Classical Moderations, 1864, First Class, Final Classics, 1866, 
B.A. 1867. M.A. 1871. Assistant Master at Westminster School, 1869-71. 
Tutor of Keble College, Oxford, from 1875. 

1872 Frank Thomas Lawrence, appointed 1872. Left July, 1873. Entered Rugby 

School in February, 1856, see page 147, below. London University, 1871. 
Assistant Master at Wellington College, 1871. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's 
Inn, 1881. Address, 6, Pump Cout t, Temple, London, E.G. 



BOARDING HOUSES. 



XV 



BOARDING HOUSES. 



Lawrence Sheriffe Street. 
South Side. 

Stanley, Mr. R. 
Extinct, 1849. 

12, & 14, Hillmorton Road. 
South Side. 

1832 Grenfell, A. 
1845 Congreve, R. 
1848 Walrond, T. 
1853-7 Shairp, J. C. 



10, 


Hillmorton Road. 
South Side. 


Lawrence Sheriff e Street, 
and 3, Hillmorton Road. 








North Side. 


1836 


Powlett, R. W. 






1840 


Cotton, G. E. L. 


1841 


Highton, H. 


1850 


Compton, B. 


1852 


Burrows, L. F. 


1858 


Smythies, R. B. 


1872 


Green, W. C. 


1861 


Anstey.C.A.^&ro tern) 


1882 


Michell, W. G. 


1862 


Moberly, C. E. 


*i88 4 


Michell, W. G. 


.874 


Phillpotts, J. S. 






1875 


Lee Warner, H. 






1884 


Morice, F. D. 






1895 


Payne Smith, W. H. 






1902 


Wilson, W. N. 







33, Bilton Road, and 
I, Hillmorlon Road. 



1 6, &? 1 8, Hillmorton Road, 



4, Hillmorton Road. 


and Barby Road. 


South Side. 




South Side. 


1803 Moor, J. H. C. 


1831 


Lee, J. P. 


*i8n Moor, J. H.C. 


1838 


Merivale, A. F. 


1832 Bird, R. 


1841 


Arnold, C. T. 


1841 Mayor, C. 


*i853 


Arnold, C. T. 


1846 Mayor, R. B. 


1878 


Scott, E. A. 


1863 Wilson, J. M. 


1892 


Brooke, W. P. 


1879 Whitelaw, R. 







1841 
1846 

*i8 4 8 
1858 
1868 
1889 



North Side. 

Penrose, J. 
Bradley, G. G. 
Bradley, G. G. 
Jex-Blake, T. W. 
Elsee, C. 
Collins, J. 



1828 

854 
1891 



Barby Road. 

Anstey, C. A. 
Bowden Smith, P. 
Steel, C. G. 



H or ton Crescent. 



1893 Stallard, G. 



Barby Road. 

1830 Price, B. 

1850 Evans, C. 

1862 Hutchinson, C. B. 

1884 Donkin, A. E. 



* Removed to present site. 



RUGBY SCHOOL REGISTER. 



ARCHIBALD CAMPBELL TAIT, D.C.L. 

ELECTED HEADMASTER IN 1842. 



ENTRANCES IN AUGUST 1842. 

Sandford, Daniel Augustus, third son of the Rev, John Sandford, 
Dunchurch, aged 13, August 12. Arnold 

Ensign, 2nd European Fusiliers. Served in the Punjab Campaign. Present at 
Eamnuggur, Chillianwallah, and Goojerat. Author of" Leaves from the Journal 
of a Subaltern." Died of fever at Lahore, 20 June, 1849. 

Eden, William George, son of the Rev. Hon. Robert John Eden, afterwards 
Bishop of Bath and Wells, and third Baron Auckland, Battersea, 
aged 13, January 19. Cotton 

Attache" to the British Embassy at Stockholm, 1847, and subsequently at Washing- 
ton, Brussels, Stuttgardt, and Stockholm. Charge" d' Affaires at Carlsruhe. 1859-61. 
Succeeded his father as fourth Baron Auckland, 1870. Died at Edenthorpe, 
27 February, 1890. 

Smyth, William Henry, eldest son of William Smyth, Esq., Rugby, aged 
14, September 19. Town 

St. Edmund Hall, Oxford, B.A. 1851. 

Cheese, James Albert, son of the late Rev. Benjamin Cheese, and Mrs. 
Cheese, Rugby, aged 13, June 29. Town 

St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1851, M.A. 1854. Rector of Gosforth, White- 
haven, 1861-78. Vicar of New Bilton, Rugby, 1879. Died 23 April, 1895. 

Moultrie, Gerard, eldest son of the Rev. John Moultrie, Rugby, aged 12, 
September 16. Town 

Exeter College, Oxford, B.A. 1852, M.A. 1856. Vicar of South Leigh, Oxon, 1869. 
Author of Church Hymns and Lyrics. Died 25 April, 1885. 

Winstanley, James Beaumont, second son of the late George Winstanley, 
Esq., of Braunston, and Mrs. Winstanley, Rugby, aged 10, 
March 31. Town 

University College, Oxford, Scholar 1850, First Class in Moderations, and Hertford 
Scholar, 1852, B.A. 1854. High Sheriff of Leicestershire, 1862. Accidentally 
drowned at Coblentz, July, 1862. 

Cartwright, John Urry, son of F. H. Cartwright, Esq., Bawtry, York- 
shire, aged 13, October 23. Mayor 

Wing, Tycho, eldest son of Tycho Wing, Esq., Thorney Abbey, Peter- 
borough, aged 11, May 27. School 

Died 21 November, 1843. 
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Tait, 1842-50. 



PMlpott, Richard Stamper, eldest son of Richard Price Philpotb, Esq., 
Brighton, aged 15, September 15. Highton 

Catherine Hall, Cambridge, B A. 1851, M.A. 1880. Vicar of Chewton Mendip, 
Somerset, 1853-86. Pre&endary in Wells Cathedral. Died 7 September, 1894. 

Scrimgeour, Charles James, son of Robert Shedden Scrimgeour, Esq., 
Totteridge, Herts, aged 15, January 17. Mayor 

A Stockbroker in London. Died at Portsmouth, 8 July, 1893. 

BengOUgh, John Charles, second son of George Bengough, Esq., The 
iiidge, Wootton-under-Edge, aged 13, May 20. ^ Mayor 

Exeter College, Oxford, 1847. B.A. Oriel College, 1851. J-P. for Gloucestershire. 
High Sheriff, 1877. Of The Ridge, Wootton-under-Kdge. 

Graham, Charles, third son of John Graham, Esq., The Elms, Eastbourne, 
aged 14, May 19. Mayor 

A Solicitor. Of Lincoln's Inn, and The Elms, Eastbourne. Died 8 July, 1897. 

Brown, Dixon, second son of Robert Brown, Esq., East Grinstead, Sussex, 
aged 15, August 17. Mayor 

Exeter College, Oxford, B.A. 1848, M.A. 1853. Rector of Howick, 1854-59. Of 
Unthank Hall, Haltwhistle. Assumed the name of DIXON-BROWN, 1882. J.P. and 
D.L. for Northumberland. Died 20 June, 1901. 

Bingham, Hon. Dennis Arthur, son of the Right Hon. Lord Clanmorris, 
Rugby, aged 12, November 6. Town 

Captain, Mayo Militia. Author of "Recollections of Paris," and other works. 
Died at Cheltenham, 8 July, 1897. 

Wake, Drury, third son of Charles Wake, Esq., Courteenhall, Northants, 
afterwards tenth Baronet, aged 14, September 7. School 

Christ Church, Oxford, B.A. 1851. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1859. Of 
Pitsford House, Northants. J.P. Died 22 April, 1891. 

Wake, Herewald Craufurd, fourth son of the above Charles Wake, Esq., 
aged 13, March 20. School 

Bengal Civil Service. Retired, 1868. He was Magistrate of Arrah, and gallantly 
held it against the Rebels during the defence of the Puckah House. C.B. 1860. 
Died at Freiberg, 9 December, 1901. 

MllSgrave, Charles Buxton. eldest son of the Ven. Charles Musgrave, 
Archdeacon of Craven, aged 14, June 21. Cotton 

M.A., Christ Church, Oxford, Student, 1848-64, B.A. , 1851. Fellow of University 
College, 1854. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 1855. Died 12 October, 1881. 

Bull, Charles Musgrave, third son of the Rev. William ETowse Bull. 
Sowerby, Halifax, aged 13, November 11. Cotton 

Exhibitioner, 1847. St. John's College, Oxford, 1847. Scholar of University 
College. 1849, B.A. 1851, Fellow 1853, M.A. 1854. Sometime Assistant Master at 
Marlborough. Of Kennet, Doods Road, Reigate, Surrey. 

Bingham, Hon. Dudley Persse, son of the Right Hon. Lord Clanmorris, 
Rugby, aged 10, February 1. Town 

Died 8 October, 1867. 

Bingham, Hon. Henry Charles William, son of the above Lord Clanmorris, 
aged 8, February 2. Town 

Chrystie, John Alexander, son of Captain Alexander Chrystie, Elie Lodge, 
Fifeshire, aged 12, July 28. Highton 

Captain 1st Royals. Died 16 February, 1864. 



Tait, 1842-50. 



Ward, Hon. William Henry Crosbie, second son of the late Viscount 
Bangor, Castle Ward, Down Patrick, aged 14, July 26. Arnold 
Captain 43rd Light Infantry. Served in the Kaffir Campaign of 1851-2. 
Succeeded his brother as fifth Viscount Bangor, 1881. Carlton Club. 

Ward, -Hon. William John Petty, third son of the above Viscount Bangor, 
aged 12, December 9. Arnold 

Rear-Admiral, R.N. Served on the Sea of Japan, 1858, and at the Capture of 
Canton, 1858. Naval A.D.C. to the Queen, 1877. Died 20 November, 1900. 

Ferguson, Joseph Selby, son of Joseph Ferguson, Esq., Fisher Street, 

Carlisle, aged 17, July 10. Highton 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A., Wrangler, 1849, M.A. 1852. Died before 1886. 

Keene, John Elden, son of William Charles Lever Keene, Esq,, Lincoln's 
Inn, aged 13, March 2. Arnold 

Of 6, Lonsdale Road, Barnes, London, S.W. 

Cox, Thomas Adey, eldest son of the Rev. Thomas Cox,Kimcote, Leicester- 
shire, aged 12, September 25. Stanley 
Oriel College, Oxford, B.A., First Class in Mathematics, 1852. 

Hutton, Stamford, second son of Robert Hutton, Esq., Putney Park, 
Surrey, aged 14, November 21. School 

Trinity College, Cambridge. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1853. Chancery 
Bar. Of Putney Park, London, S.W. 

Brooksbank, Edward, son of the Rev. Edward Hawke Brooksbank, 
Wakefield, aged 16, July 22. School 

Trinity Hall, Cambridge, L.L.B. 1851. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1852. 
J.P. for West Riding. Of Healaugh Manor, Tadcaster. 

Hilton, Thomas James Richard, son of Mrs. Hilton, Chester, aged 15, 
April 20. School 

Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, B.A. 1851. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple. 
North Wales Circuit. Died 19 January, 1883. 

Scholefield, Cotterill, son of Joseph Scholefield, Esq., Edgbaston Grove, 
Birmingham, aged 13, May 19. School 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1852. Died 1 February, 1898. 

Warner, Algernon, son of Simeon Warner, Esq., Colonade House, 
Blackheath, aged 15, May 15. Anstey 

Solicitor, 7, Golden Square, London. Died about 1876. 

Glossop, George Goodwin Pownall, third son of the Rev. Henry Glossop, 
Vicarage, Isleworbh, aged 15, April 23. Anstey 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1849, M.A. 1852. Rector of West Dean, Wilts, 
1861-5. Vicar of Twickenham, 1865. Died 23 April, 1874. 

Oakes, Richard Edward, son of Lieut.-Coloriel Oakes, East Dereham, 
Norfolk, aged 13, February 21. Anstey 

Colonel, Bengal Staff Corps. Served iu the Punjaub Campaign, 1848 9. Present 
at the Siege of Moultan, and Battle of Goojerat. Medal with Clasps. Died in 
London, 22 October, 1891. 

Fowler, Robinson, son of Marshall Fowler, Esq., Preston Hall, Stockton- 
on-Tees, aged 14, March 15. Anstey 

Trinity College, Cambridge. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1853. Stipendiary 
Magistrate at Manchester, and J.P. for Durham. Died 16 January, 1895. 



Tait, 1842-50. 



Sutton, William George, son of George William Sutton, Esq., Elton Hall, 
Durham, aged 14, July 18. Anetey 

Died, 1855. 

Cox, George William, eldest son of the late George Hamilton Cox and, 
Mrs. Cox, Exeter, aged 15, January 10. Highton 

Trinity College, Oxford, Scholar 1845, B.A. and M.A. 1859. Chaplain in Bengal. 
Author of " Mythology of the Aryan Nations," and other works. Succeeded his 
uncle as Baronet, 1877. Hector of Scrayingham, York, 1881-1901. Of 23, Blenheim 
Eoad, Deal. 

Kennion, Alfred, son of the Rev. Thomas Kennion, High Harrogate, aged 
13, January 9. Highton 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1851, M.A. 1854. Vicar of St. Mary's, Kilburn, 
1867-78, and of Gerrard's Cross, Bucks, 1878. Author of "Principia, or the Three 
Octaves of Creation." Died at Margate, 7 January, 1899. 

Chaffey, Robert, son of Mrs. Chaffey, Martock, Somerset, aged 13, 
February 25. Highton 

Died at School, 22 March, 1845. 

n, Alfred, son of the late Henry Highton, Esq , Leicester, aged 12, 
October 25. Highton 

St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A., Senior Optime, 1853, M.A. 1856. Formerly an 
Electrical Engineer. Ordained, 1856. Vicar of Great Bourton, Oxon, from 1874. 

Strakcr, John Blenkinsop, son of John Straker, Esq., Wallsend, 
Northumberland, aged 13, September 30. Highton 

Died, 1860. 

Carr, John, son of Mrs. John Carr, Roseworth, Newcastle, aged 11, 
August 18. Highton 

Of Roseworth, Nwcastle-on-Tyne. Died about 1895. 

Johnson, Edward Ralph, third son of William Ponsonby Johnson, Esq., 
Walton House, Brampton, aged 14, February 17. Highton 

Wadham College, Oxford, B.A. 1850, M.A. 1863, D.D. 1876. Rector of Northenden, 
Cheshire, 1866. Archdeacon of Chester, 1871. Consecrated BISHOP OF CALCUTTA, 
1876, Metropolitan of India. Resigned, 1898. Of 120, Ashlev Gardens, 
London, S.W. 

DumergUC, Frederic, son of Charles Dumergue, Esq., 37, York Place, 
Portman Square, London, aged 14, May 5. Highton 

Caius College, Cambridge, B.A. 1850, M.A. 1853. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 
1852. Chancery Bar. One of the Secretaries of the School Tercentenary Fund, 
and active in all schemes for the welfare of Rugby. Died 19 June, 1895. 

Eaton, John Richard, second son of the late Stephen Eaton, Esq., and 
Mrs. Eaton, Stamford, aged 14, July 7. School 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1851, M.A. 1856. Barrister-at-Law, Inner 
Temple, 1855, Chancery Bar and Midland Circuit. Of Coghurst Hall, 
Hastings. 

Du Boulay, Francis Houssemayne, eldest son of the late James Thomas 
Du Boulay, and Mrs. Majendie, Heddington, Wilts, aged 14, 
January 26. School 

Exeter College, Oxford, B.A. 1849, M.A. 1852. Rector of Heddington, Wilts, 
1853-1900. 

Wingfield, Kenelm Digby, ninth son of William Wingfield, Esq., 

afterwards Baker, 73, Eaton Square, London, aged 13, 

July 31. School 
Died 4 January, 1880. 



Tait, 1842-50. 



Walker, James Kobert. eldest son of James Walker, Esq., afterwards a 
Baronet, Sand Button, York, aged 12, October 19. School 

Exhibitioner 1849, Christ Church, Oxford, B.A. 1851, M.A. 1860. M.P. for 
Beverley 1860-5. J.P. and D.L. for North Riding. Succeeded his father as 
second Baronet, 1883. Died 13 June, 1899. 

Percival, Thomas Helier, son of Stanley Percival, Esq., Hart Hill, 
Liverpool, aged 15, March 27. School 

Of 10, Hans Place, London, 3.W. 

Phillipps, James, son of James Phillipps, Esq., Bryngwyn, Herefordshire, 
aged 15, August 3. Price 

Maude, Thomas Francis, son of the Very Rev. Hon. Robert Maude, Dean 
of Clogher, aged 13, March 18. Price 

Formerly in the 15th Hussars. Died 10 January, 1857. 

Wimberley, Douglas, son of the Rev. Charles Wimberley, Rugby, aged 
14, June 11. Town 

Emmanuel College, Cambridge, Scholar, B.A., First Class Classical Tripos, 1852. 
Served with the 20th Regiment at the Siege of Sebastopol, 1855-6, and with the 
79th Highlanders at Luckuow, and throughout the Mutiny Campaign, 1858-9. 
Medals and Clasps. Of 8, Ardross Terrace, Inverness. 

Dickins, Francis Atherton, son of William Dickins, Esq., Gherrington, 
Shipston on-Stour, aged 15, July 23. Penrose 

Colonel, Bengal Staff Corps. Retired 1875. Served in the Punjaub Campaign, 
1848-9, at the Battles of Goojerat and Chillianwallah, and pursuit of the Affghans. 
Medal and Clasp. Served with personal distinction in the expedition against the 
Afridis, 1849-50, and the Southal Campaign of 1855. Served throughout the Indian 
Mutiny Campaign, 1857-9. Medal. J.P. for Hants. Of Edgehill, Winchester. 

Park, James Allan, eldest son of the Rev- James Allan Park, Elwick Hall, 
Durham, aged 13, January 3. Penrose 

Oriel College, Oxford, B.A. 1851. Vicar of Methwold, Norfolk. 1853. Died 4 
January, 1875. 

Phillipps, Charles James, son of Thomas John Phillipps, Esq., Landue, 
Launceston, aged 13, April 27. Penrose 

Davies, Robert, son of James Davies, Esq., Market Place, Warrington, 
aged 15, October 10. Penrose 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1849. Of Market Place, Warringtou. 

Blomfield, Charles George, eldest son of the Rev. George Becher 
Blomfield, Stevenage, Herts, aged 14, June 18. Arnold 

Exeter College, Oxford, 1847. Entered the Madras Army, 1849. Commanded the 
Malabar Police Force during the Mutiny. Died in India, January, 1867. 

Clerk, Alexander, son of the Right Hon. Sir Charles Clerk. Bart , 
Penycuik House, Edinburgh, aged 13, December 22. School 

Assistant Commissary-General. Retired with the rank of Major-General, 1888. 
Served in the Crimean War, 1854-5, present at the Alma, Inkerman, and Siege of 
Sebastopol. Medal, with Clasp. Commissariat Officer in Egypt, 1885. Of Villa 
Belle Eive, Montreux, Switzerland. 

Scott, John William, third son of James Smyth Scott, Esq., Q.C., 3, 
Merrion Square, Dublin, aged 14, July 22. Arnold 

Formerly a Land Agent. J.P. for Co. Clare. Of Roslevan, Ennis, Ireland. 
Kildare Street Club. 



6 Tait, 1842-50. 



Scott, Edward Ashley, fourth son of the above James Smyth Scott, Esq.. 
aged 12, March 12. Arnold 

Exhibitioner 1848, Trinity College, Cambridge, Scholar 1849, B.A., 6th in First 
Classical Tripos, 1853, M.A., Fellow 1856. Chancellor's Medallist. Assistant 
Master at Maryborough, 1853-9, and at llugby, 1859-95. J.P. for Warwickshire. 
Of The Lawn, llughy. 

Goppy, George Taylor, son of Mrs. Groppy, Rugby, aged 14, 
February 17. Town 

Brenan, Edmund Peter, son of John Brenan, Esq., Kingston Lodge, 
Golden Ball, Co. Dublin, aged 14, January 4. Penrose 

Of Kingston Lodge. J.P. for Co. Dublin. 

Stewart, Nicholas Allen, son of Henry Stewart, Esq., Mirzapur, Bengal, 
aged 12, October 17. Anstey 

Cliffe, Edward, third son of Anthony Cliffe, Esq., Belle Vue, Co. Wexford, 
Ireland, aged 12 in April. Grenfell 

Formerly in the 52nd Regiment. 

Kirkpatrick, Thomas Sanders Godman, second son of Richard 
Kirkpatrick, Esq., Ryde, I.W., aged 12, November 25. Grenfell 

Corpus Christi College, Oxford, Scholar 1848, B.JL 1851, M.A. 1861. Oxford and 
Cambridge Club, London. 

Grant, Gregor, son of Gregor Grant, Esq., Indian Civil Service, aged 
14, December 16. Penrose 

Entered the Bengal Army. He died at Lucknow, and his wife and children were 
among the victims of the Rebels, 1857. 

Morris, Henry, son of John Carnac Morris, Esq., Civil Service, Madras, 
aged 13, April 22. Grenfell 

Madras Civil Service, 1848. Retired 1875. F.K.G.S. Author of " A History of India 
for Schools," and other works. Of Eastcote House, St. John's Park, Blackheath. 

Hutchiiisoii, Edward Synge, son of Lady Louisa Hutchinson, Bray, 
Co. Dublin, aged 11, August 31 Uighton 

Formerly in the 5th Dragoon Guards. Served in the Crimean War, 1855. Medal. 
Succeeded his grandfather as fourth Baronet, 1846. Of Castle Sallah, Co. Wicklow. 

Stanhope, John Roddam, second son of John Spencer Stanhope, Cannon 
Hall, Barnsley, aged 13, January 20. Arnold 

Christ Church, Oxford, B.A. 1851, M.A. 1858. Captain 1st West York Militia, and 
an Artist. Of Hill House, Yorkshire. 

Dunbar, Archibald Hamilton, son of Archibald Dunbar, Esq., afterwards 
Baronet, DufEus douse, Elgin, aged 14, April 5. School 

Formerly Captain, 66th Regiment. Succeeded his father as seventh Baronet, 1898. 
Of Northfield, Bournemouth. Army and JSavy Club. 

Clay, Charles John, third son of Henry Clay, Esq., Burton-on-Trent, aged 
14, August 3. Price 

University College, Oxford, B.A. 1851. Barrister-at.Law, Inner Temple, 1855. 
J.P. fox Staffs. Of Holly Bush, Burton-on-Trent. 

Maddison, Ralph, son of George Wilson Maddison, Esq. (O.B., 1810), 
Partney, Lincolnshire, aged 14, January 16. Price 

Drowned in the Channel, in the collision between the Arctic and the fiesta, 1854. 

Longley, Charles Thomas, son of Mrs. Longley, Rugby, aged 11, 
March 26. EiqUon 

Madras Civil Service, 1853. Collector and Magistrate of Salem. Retired, 1882. 
Died at Cheltenham, 21st July, 1888. 



Ta.it, 1842-50. 



Bonnor, Richard Maurice, son of the Rev. R. M. Bonnor, Mount Sion, 
Oswestry, aged 14, February 22. Price 

Colonel, Bombay Staff Corps. Retired. Was Manager of Bazaars in the 
Abyssinian Expedition, 1867. Of Bryn-y-Gwalia, Oswestry. East India United 
Service Club. 

Wade, Willoughby, son of the Rev. E. M. Wade, Litchurch Lodge, Derby, 
aged 15, August 31. Anstey 

Trinity College, Dublin, B.A. 1849, M.B. 1851, M.D. and F.R.C.P. Physician to 
the Birmingham General Hospital. Author of numerous papers on Medical 
Subjects. Knighted, 1896. Of 27, Temple Row, Birmingham, and Villa Monforte, 
Maiano, Florence. 

Wade, Edward John, son of the above Rev. E. M. Wade, aged 12, 
October 21. Anstey 

Trinity College, Dublin, B.A. First Honours in Classics, and first Gold Medal 
and Medal for Greek, 1854. In Holy Orders. Died before 1886. 

Hopkinson, Charles Napoleon, son. of James Hopkinson, Esq., Grimston 
Hill, York, aged 14, October 31. School 

Marsliman, Edmund, son of John Clark Marahman, Esq., Serampore. 
aged 11, May 3. Price 

Died 31 August, 1847. 

Currie, Charles, fourth son of Sir Frederick Currie, Bart., Bengal, aged 
13, July 1. Cotton 

Bengal Civil Service, 1850. Judicial Commissioner, Oudh. Died at Agra, 
3 September, 1878. 

Hawkins, Geoffrey, son of John Hawkins, Esq., Hitchin, Herts, aged 15, 
September 17. Highton 

Solicitor at Thrapstone, Northants, and Clerk to the Magistrates. Died 
about 1895. 

Lambarde, Francis, son of William Lambarde, Eeq., Sevenoaks, Kent, 
aged 12, April 24. Highton 

Late Lieutenant 1st Stafford Militia. J.P. for Suffolk. Of Assington Hall, 
Suffolk, and 1, Selwyn Gardens, Cambridge. 

Perring, John William Cowell. son of the Rev. Philip Perring, Stokenham, 
Dartmouth, aged 15, December 12. Price 

Lieutenant Madras Native Infantry. Present at the taking of Rangoon. Medal. 
Died at Moulmein, 13 July, 1852. 

Atkinson, Frederic, son of John Atkinson, Esq., Little Woodhouse, Leeds, 
aged 11, February 26 Mayor 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1853, M.A. 1856. Vicar of Long Eaton, Notts, 
1864-81. Rector of Darley, Matlock, from 1881. 

Barry, Charles Ainslie, son of the Rev. C. U. Barry, Cambridge, aged 
12, June 10. Mayor 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1853, M.A. 1856. Distinguished as a Musical 
Composer and Critic. Of J.apsewood, Sydenham Hill, Kent. 

Meredyth, Henry William, son of Henry Meredyth, Esq., afterwards 
Baronet, Kandillstown, Navan, Ireland, aged 13, May 4. Q-renfell 

Formerly in the 7th Hussars. Of Newlands, Co. Kilkenny. J.P. and D.L. Died, 
November, 1878. 



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ENTRANCES IN FEBRUARY, 1843. 

Watson, Albert, fifth son of the late Richard Watson and Mrs. Watson, 
24, Hamilton Terrace, London, aged 14, December 4. Highton 

Exhibitioner 1848. Wadham College, Oxford, B.A. First Class Classics, 1851. 
Fellow of Brasenose College, 1852, M.A. 1853, Tutor 1854. Ordained 1853. 
Principal 1886-9. Editor of Cicero's Letters. Of 20, Norham Gardens, Oxford. 

Hopkinson, William Henry, eldest son of Dr. William Landen 
Hopkinson (O.R., 1811), Stamford, aged 13, November 10 School 

Captain 62nd Regiment. Died of Cholera at Fermoy, 1854. A Monument to his 
memory was erected at Sutton, Northauts. 

Curtois, George Charles Widdrington, eldest son of the Rev. Dr. Rowland 
Curtois, Rochester, aged 13, October 28. School 

Captain 63rd Regiment. Served in the Crimean War. Killed at the Battle of 
Inkerman, 5 November, 1854. 

Morgan, Thomas, nephew of the Rev. John Morgan, Rector of Croxton, 
Lincolnshire, aged 15, April 6. Stanley 

Jesus College, Cambridge, B.A. 1849, M A. 1852. 

Melville, Alexander Samuel Leslie, eldest son of the Hon. Alexander 
Leslie Melville, Branston Hall, Lincoln, aged 13, July 28. Mayor 

Of Branston Hall, Lincoln. J.P. and D.L. High Sheriff, 1888. Partner in the 
Lincoln Bank. 

Johnstone, Charles Yanden Bempde, son of the Rev. Charles V. B. 
Johnstone, Sutton Hall, Thirsk, aged 14, June 1 7. Arnold 

University College, Durham, B.A. 1852, M.A. 1855. Vicar of Hackness, 
Scarborough from 1856. 

Taswell, Henry, third son of George Morris Taswell, Esq., Canterbury, 
aged 12, July 28. Orenfell 

Christ Church, Oxford, 1849. Died at Sherbrook, Canada, 12 July, 1874. 

Wolff, Henry Drummond Charles, son of the Rev. Dr. Joseph Wolff, High 
Hoy land, Wakefield, aged 12, October 12. Highton 

Foreign Office, 1846. Successively Charge* d'Affaires at Florence 1852, Secretary to 
Government of Ionian Islands 1859, British Commissioner in Roumelia, 1878, Envoy 
Extraordinary to the Sultan of Turkey 1885. M.P. for Christchurch 1874.-80, 
and for Portsmouth 1880-5. Envoy Extraordinary to the Court of Persia 1887-91, 
and to the King of Roumania 1891-2. Ambassador at Madrid 1892. C M G. 1859, 
K.C.M.G. 1862, G.C.M.G. 1878, K.C.B. 1879, P.C. 1885. G.C.B. 1889. Athenaeum 
Club. 

Butterworth, Alexander Knox, son of Mrs. Butterworth, Henbury, Bristol, 
aged 14, January 8. Highton 

Died November, 1843. 

North, Charles Augustus, eldest son of Brownlow North, Esq., Milton 
Hill, Abingdon, aged 13, November 10. Grenfell 

Exeter College, Oxford, B.A. 1852. Captain Queen's Own Light Infantry. Died 
2 June, 1892. 

Wood, Charles Paul, son of Jacob Wood, Esq., Tetbnry, Gloucestershire, 
aged 14, August 17. Arnold 

Solicitor, Gray's Inn, London. Died 12 February, 1879. 

Blackden, Frederic Chalfont, son of John Chalfont Blackden, Esq., 
Alnwick, aged 17, June 16. Gotton 

Died, October, 1894. 



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Blackden, Marcus Seaton, son of the above John Chalfont Blackden, 
aged 16, July 7. Cotton 

Formerly a Land Agent. Of 9, Royal Park, Tunbridge Wells. 

Blackden, Walter Henry, son of the above John Chalfont Blackden, 
aged 1 5, August 7. Cotton 

Formerly a Land Agent. Residing at Eastbourne, 1902. 

Smijth-Windham, Ashe, second son of Joseph Smijth-Windham, Esq., 
Wawrie, Beverley, aged 12, March 18. Cotton 

Of Wawne, Beverley. Assumed the name of WINDHAM in lieu of Smijth. 
Windham, 1888. 

Finder, North, third son of William Maynard Finder, Esq., Oranhill Villa, 
Bath, aged 14, December 16. School 

Exhibitioner 1847. Balliol College, Oxford, 1846. Scholar of Trinity College, 1847, 
B.A., First Class Classics 1850. Fellow 1851-61, M.A. 1853. Public Examiner 1861. 
Rector of Rotherfield Greys, 1861. Died August, 1901. 

Bingham. Hon. John Charles Robert, eldest son of the Right Hon. Lord 
Clanmorris, Rugby, aged 16, November 28. Town 

Colonel, North Mayo Militia. Succeeded his father as fourth Baron Clanmorris, 
1847. Died April, 1876. 

Faber, Henry Grey, eldest son of Thomas Henry Faber, Esq,, Stockton- 
on-Tees, aged 13, November 30. Penrose 

University College, Oxford, 1848. Solicitor, and Town Clerk of Stockton-ou-Tees. 
Died 3 February, 1883. 

Thirlwall, John, second son of John Pyefinch Thirlwall, Esq., Abergwili, 
aged 13, December 5. Price 

Exeter College, Oxford, 1848. Barrister-at-I.aw, Inner Temple, 1853. Formerly 
Secretary to his uncle, Bishop Thirlwall, of St. David's. 

Bowyer, William Jeenes, son of William Bowyer, Esq., Hitchin, Herts, 
aged 16, June 11. 

Was never on the School List, and must hare left at Easter. 

Palmer~Saniborne, Samborne Stukeley, eldest son of S. Stukeley Palmer- 
Samborne, Esq., Timsbury, Bath, aged 15, February 20. Arnold 
Exeter College, Oxford, 1845. J.P. for Somerset. Of Timsbury House, Bath. 

Dawkins, James Annesley, younger son of Colonel Henry Dawkins, Over 
Norton, Oxon, aged 14, March 14. Penrose 

Brasenose College, Oxford, B.A. 1849, M.A. Christ Church, 1853. Rector of 
Daylesford, Chipping Norton, 1872-82. Of 5, St. Mark's Road, Leamington. 

Newbold, Francis George, eldest son of the Rev. Dr. Francis Sfconehewer 
Newbold, Rugby, aged 12, October 16. Grenfell 

Brasenose College, Oxford, B.A., 1853. 

Moultrie, George William, son of the Rev. John Moultrie, Rugby, aged 11, 
July 15. Town 

Formerly of the Bank of Bengal, Bombay. Afterwards Agent of the Bank of 
England, Manchester. 

Evelyn, Edmund Boscawen, sixth son of fche late George Evelyn, Esq., 
Wotton House, Dorking, aged 14, December 29. School 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1851, M.A. 1854. Rector of Wotton, Surrey. 
1857-75. J.P. for Kent. Of Terry's Lodge, Wrotham, Kent. 
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Roe, Robert Edward, son of Mrs. Roe, Budleigh Salterton. aged 14, 
July 7. Price 

Magdalene College, Cambridge. Served with the 12th Lancers in the Crimean 
War, 1855, and at the Siege and Fall of Sebastopol. Mentioned in despatches for 
his services as Brigade-Major to the Nerbudda Field Force, 1858. Two Medals and 
Clasps. Major in the Army. Staff Officer of Pensioners. 

Hollway, James, sou of John Hardwick Hollway, Esq., Hundleby, 
Spilsby, aged 12, June 16. Price 

Exeter College, Oxford, 1848. Demy, Magdalen College, 1848-55, B.A. 1852, M.A. 
3855. Lieut.-Colonel 3rd V.B. Norfolk Regiment. Of Stanhoe Hall, King's Lynn. 
Died 23 December, 1886. 

Wallace, George, son of George Wallace, Esq., 72, Gower Street, London, 
aged 14, A pril 23. Price 

Temple. Robert, son of R. G. Temple, Esq., The Lache, Chester, aged 14, 
March 3. Price 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1851. One of H.M. Inspectors of Schools, 
1857-92. Rector of Ewhurst, Guildford, from 1892. 

Forde, Charles Arthur, fourth son of the Rev. William Brownlow Forde, 
Seaford, Co. Down, aged 14, June 24. Arnold 

Major Koyal South Down Militia. Died 1872. 

Longley, Ransford Cytherus, son of Mrs. Longley, Rugby, aged 10 
November 11. Highton 

Lieutenant, R.H.A. Engaged at the Alma, Balaklava, Inkerman, and Siege of 
Sebastopol. Knight ot the Legion of Honour, 1856. Died 25 March, 1857. 

French, Peter William, second son of the Rev. Peter French, Burton-on- 
Trent, aged 16, April 25. Anstey 

Wadham College, Oxford, 1844. Died October, 1844. 

French, John Gabriel, son of the above Rev. Peter French, aged 13, 
October 4. Anstey 

M.D., Surgeon-General, Bengal Medical Department. Died in Ireland, 
28 July, 1885. 

Pemberton, George, second son of Edward Pemberton, Esq., Plas-Issa, 
Mold, aged 17, December 26. Anstey 

Jesus College, Oxford, B.A. 1848. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 18i9. 

Curtler, Martin, third son of Thomas Gale Curtler, Esq., Bevere House, 
Worcester, aged 14, October 24. Anstey 

Solicitor at Worcester, and Treasurer of County Courts. Died 1886. 

Booth, George, son of James Booth, Esq., 39, Hyde Park Square, aged 13, 
February 26. School 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1851. Of Lara, Greystones. Co. Wicklow. 
Died 28th November, 1892. 

Foster, Joseph, son of Joseph Foster, Esq., Rugby, aged 14, 
October 12. Town 

Foster, Thomas Harrison, son of the above Joseph Foster, Esq aged 11, 
September 7. Town 



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Sandys-Lumsdaine, Francis Gordon, third son of the Rev. Edwin 
Sandys- Lumsdaine, Upper Hardres Rectory, Canterbury, aged 
15, January 12. Highton 

Christ Church, Oxford, Student 1847-57, B.A. 1850, M.A. 1853. Of Lumsdaine and 
Blanerue, Co. Berwick, &c. Sometime Curate of Upper Hardres. Died 18 June, 
1873. 

Dickens, Theodore Henry, son of T. Dickens, Esq., Calcutta, aged 13, 
October 8. Highton 

Trinity College, Cambridge. Barrister-at-Law. Sometime Police Magistrate at 
Calcutta. Died in India, 1864. 

Saurin, William Granville, eldest son of Captain, afterwards Admiral, 
Edward Saurin, R.N., 19, Wilton Crescent, London, aged 13, 
May 6. Highton 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1852. Died 20 March, 1893. 

Skipworth, James Green, fifth son of George Skip worth, Esq., Moortown 
House, Lincolnshire, aged 17, January 26. Highton 

Captain, Lincolnshire Militia. Died October, 1857. 

Campbell) James, seventh son of Colin Campbell, Esq., Colgrain, 
Dumbarton, aged 14, October 14. School 

Director of the Oriental Bank Corporation. Of 17, Queen's Gate, London. 

Kemp, Francis Charles, son of Major-Gen. Kemp, Spring Lodge, East 

Hothley, Sussex, aged 14, January 31. Anstey 

Formerly in the 69th Kegiment Bengal Native Infantry, until 28 January, 1856. 

Webb, Daniel Peploe, son of the Rev. John Webb, King's Pion, Hereford, 
aged 13, February 15. Price 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1851. Formerly Captain, 4th Dragoon Guards. 
Served in the Crimean War. Assumed the name of PBPLOE. Of Garmstone Castle, 
Hereford. Died 4 November, 18S7. 

Harding, William Fielding, son of the Rev. Henry and Lady Emily 
Harding, Aldridge Rectory, Walsall,aged 13, September 22. Mayor 

Formerly in the Royal Navy. J.P. for Warwickshire. Of Baraset, Warwick, 
shire. Died 1887. 

Hare, Henry Bassano, fifth son of the late Charles Hare and Mrs. Hare, 
Bristol, aged 16, February 10. Penrose 

Trinity College, Oxford, B A. 184,9, M.A. 1832. Rector of Fiddington, 1859-72, and 
of Elm, Somerset, from 1873. 

Gordon, George William, grandson of the Very Rev. Dr. George Gordon, 
(O.R., 1779), Dean of Lincoln, aged 15, March 20. Penrose 

Of Westgate, Louth. Died about 1865. 

Newton, Charles Edmund, second son of William Leaper Newton, Esq., 
Laylands, Derby, aged 12, January 6. Grenfell 

Trinity College, Cambridge. J.P. for Derbyshire. High Sheriff 1882. Of Micklorer 
Manor, Derby. 

Deane, Hon. Henry Standish Fitzmaurice, son of the Eight Hon. Lord 
Muskerry, Springfield Castle- Co. Limerick, aged 13. Price 

In the Royal Navy. Died 10 January, 1869. 

Harris, John Newbery, eldest son of John Harris Esq., Clapham, Surrey, 
aged 14, November 12. Highton 

Wadham College, Oxford, 1847. Died January, 1848. 



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Vernon, William Foley, son of the Rev. William Vernon, Hanbury 
Rectory, Droitwich, aged 15, October 2. Price 

Emmanuel College, Cambridge, B.A. 1S62. Rector of Shrawley, Worcestershire, 
from 1863. 

Booth, Audley Henry, son of Augustus Booth, Esq., Halton, Spilsby, 
aged 13, December 30. Penrose 

Lieutenant 73rd Regiment. He was wrecked in the Birkenhead, off the Cape of 
Good Hope, 26 February, 1852, when the heroic conduct and discipline of officers 
and crew evoked the admiration of the country. A Commemorative Tablet was 
placed in Chelsea Barracks. 

Noyes, Thomas Herbert- eldest son of Thomas Herbert Noyes, Esq., East 
Mascalls, Sussex, aged 15, August 2. Arnold 

Christ Church, Oxford, B.A. 1849. A Student of Lincoln's Inn, 1853. F.G.S. J.P. 

for Sussex. Of East Mascalls, Sussex. 

Prichard, Illtudus Thomas, son of Dr. Thomas Gowles Prichard, Bristol, 
aged 17, December 16. Penrose 

In the Indian Army. Served at Chill ianwallah and Goojerat. Medal. Afterwards 
Barrister, practising in India. Sometime also Editor of the " Delhi Gazette." 
Died at Mussoorie, December, 1874. 

Wilbraham, Hugh, fifth son of George Wilbraham, Esq., Delamere 
House, North wich, aged 15, December 2. Arnold 

Trinity College, Cambridge. J.P. for Co. Mayo. High Sheriff, 1885. Of Old 
Head House, Westport. Died 19 July, 1890. 

Milles, Hon. Lewis Richard Watson, son of the Right Hon. Lord Sondes, 
Elmham Hall, Norfolk, aged 13, August 5. Mayor 

Served as Lieutenant, 43rd Regiment, throughout the Kaffir War, 1852. Major, 
Rifle Brigade. Served during the Indian Mutiny Campaign, 1857-8. Severely 
wounded at Cawnpore, 28 November, 1857. Two Medals. Died 7 June, 1871. 

Hardy, John Peter, eldest son of John Peter Hardy, Esq., 18, Green Park, 
Bath, aged 15. April 1. Penrose 

Wadham College, Oxford, B.A. 1850. M.A. 1854. In Holy Orders. 

TomkillSOn, Henry Richard, third son of the late Rev. Henry Tomkinson, 
Rease Heath, Nantwich, aged 11, August 28. Cotton 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A., 35th Wrangler, 1854, M.A. 1857, University 
Eight, 1853. Formerly Bursar and Assistant Master at Marlborough. Of Rease- 
heath Hall, Nantwich. 

Corbould, Edward James, eldest son of Mr. James Corbould, Newbury, 
aged 14, November 18. Grenfell 

Wadham College, Oxford, B.A. 1851, M.A. 1854. Vicar of Teynham, Kent, 
from 1878. 

Wildman, Edward Thomas, only son of Col. Edward Wildman, 7th 
Dragoons, aged 14, October 16. School 

Oriel College, Oxford, 1848. 

Lillingstone, Charles William Pownall, son of Charles Lillingstone, Esq., 
The Chantry, Ipswich, aged 13, May 15. Highton 

60th Rifles. Killed when leading the attack on the Fort of Seilstan, 1851. 
Memorial Window in School Chapel. 

Buchanan, Richard Dennistown, third son of the late Archibald Buchanan, 
Esq., Auchintorlie, Glasgow, aged 12, September 22. Anstey 

Captain 72nd Highlanders. Served in the Crimean War and at the Siege of 
Sebastopol, and engaged in the attack on the Malakoff, 18 June, 1855. 



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Meade-Waldo, Edmund Waldo, eldest son of Edmund W. Meade-Waldo, 
Esq., Stonewall Park, Penshurst, Kent, aged 13, May 13. Grenfell 
Formerly in the 1st Life Guards. Of Stonewall Park. Died 14 March, 1896. 

Meade-Waldo, Gustavus llochfort, second son of the above E. W. Meade- 
Waldo, Esq., aged 12, March 23. Grenfell 
Died 11 November, 1863. 

Draper, William, sou of George Draper, Esq., Grove Road, Rrixton, aged 
14, May 22. Town 

Broadhlirst, John Edward, son of J. E. Broadhurst, Esq., Crow Hill, 
Mansfield, aged 12, July 9. Price 

Bartlett, Robert EoSvard. only son of Robert Bartlett, Esq., Bainsford 
Lodge, Chelmsford, aged 13, October 22. Arnold 

Exhibitioner 1848. Balliol College, Oxford, 1848. B.A., Trinity College, 1852, 
Fellow, 1853, M.A. 1855, Denyer Theological Prize. Vicar of Pershore, 1860-73, 
and of Great Waftham, 1873-76. Bampton Lecturer, 1888. Of Kainsford 
Lodge, Chelmsford. 

Tierney, John Francis, son of M. J. Tierney, Esq.. Indian Civil Service, 
Bombay, aged 13, February 19. Mayor 

Bengal Civil Service. Died in India, 1859. 

Beasley, Edward Calvert, third son of Thomas Calvert Beasley, Esq.. 

Harston, Grantham, aged 14, December 11. Price 

Wadham College, Oxford, B.A. 1855. Went to Santa Cruz, California, where he died. 

Basevi, James Palladio, sou of George Basevi, Esq., 17, Savile Row, 
London, aged 11, February 23. School 

Major, Royal Hengal Engineers. Also at Cheltenham and Addiscombe, obtaining 
the Gold Medal and other prizes at the latter. By his scientific investigations he 
rendered great service to the Government of India. When engaged on an 
astronomical expedition into Kashmir, he died on 15 July, 1871, at an altitude of 
16,000 feet, from exposure and the effect of the rarity of the atmosphere. 

Chambers, Frederic, second son of the Rev. John Peter Chambers, 
Hedenham Rectory, Bungay, aged 14, March 31. Highton 

St. John's College, Oxford, 1847. Died at home, while an Undergraduate, 
December, 1850. 

Gottwalz, John Francis, only son of the late Rev. Francis Gottwalz. and 
Mrs. Gottwalz, Rugby, aged 13, December 4. Town 

Christ Church, Oxford, 1848. Lieutenant, Sussex Rifle Volunteers. Died at 
Bideford, 31 August, 1894. 

ENTRANCES IN AUGUST, 1843- 

Arbuthnot, George Alexander, son of Captain George Bingham Arbuthnot, 
Madras Cavalry, aged 13, June 15. Grenfell 

Lieutenant-General, Madras Cavalry. Retired, 1887. Assistant-Adjutant-General. 
Served in Central India during the Sepoy Mutiny, 1858. Medal and Clasp. Died 1899. 

Hawker, William Henry, son of Rear- Admiral Hawker, Ashford Lodge, 
Petersfield, aged 15, December 13. Highton 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1850, M.A. 1854. Vicar of Steep, Hants, 
1863-74. Died 1876. 

Archbold, Ralph, son of John Archbold, Esq., Thrapstone, Northants, 
aged 14, December 3. Mayor 



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Devon, Henry Charles, son of Charles Devon, Esq., Teddington Place, 
Middlesex, aged 13, September 1. Cotton 

Captain, Devon Artillery Militia. Of Crawyshaye, Reckinford, North Devon. 

Nurse, Henry Gaitskill, son of the Rev. Bryan Taylor Nurse, Rugby, 
aged 14, May 20. Town 

Williamson, William Henry, second son of Sir Hedworth Williamson, 
Bart., Whitburn Hall, Sunderland, aged 14, October 14. School 
University College, Oxford, B. A. 1850. A Student of the Inner Temple, 1850. 

De Brett, Harry, son of Mrs. De Brett, Rugby, and the late Captain John 
Edward De Brett, aged 8, August 21. Town 

Major-General, Bengal Staff Corps. Retired 1886. Served with Hodson's Horse, 
and with the 61st Regiment during the Sepoy Mutiny, when he was wounded, 
1857. Medal and Clasp. Served in the Affghan War, 1880. At Grindelwald, 1902. 

Wilson, Plumpton Stravenson, eldest son of the Rev. Plumpton Wilson. 
Rector of Newmarket, aged 12, May 1. School 

Exeter College, Oxford, B.A 1853, M. A. 1856. Vicar of West Pinchbeck, 1863-76. 
Vicar of Horbling, Folkingham, from 1876. 

Bowen, Charles Christopher, son of Charles Bowen, Esq., Rugby, aged 12, 
August 29. Highton 

At Riccarton, New Zealand. Sometime Member of the Ministry, New Zealand. 

Bowen, Croasdaile, son of the above Charles Bowen, Esq., aged 11, 
December 21. Highton 

. Archdeacon of Christ Church, New Zealand. Died at Riccarton, N.Z., 
3 January, 1890. 

Way, Charles, third son of the late Rev. Lewis Way, and Mrs. Way, 
Spencer Grange, Great Yeldham. Essex, aged 13, March 16. Mayor 

Formerly a Solicitor. Afterwards sometime in the Civil Service, Post Office 
Department, Canada. Of Barrie, Ontario, 1902. 

Napier, Francis Roger Barnston, son of the Hon. Charles Napier, Rugby, 
aged 14, October 5. Town 

Ensign, 3rd Regiment Bombay Native Infantry. Wounded at the Siege of 
Moultan, and engaged at the Battle of Goojerat. Medal and Claaps. Died at 
Sakkur, Upper Scinde, 15 November, 1849. 

Napier, Charles Donald, son of the above Hon. Charles Napier, aged 12, 
November 2. Town 

Died at School. November, 1846. A Tablet to his memory is in the School 
Chapel. 

Napier, John Warren, third son of the above Hon. Charles Napier, aged 10, 
September 16. Town 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1855. Incumbent of Stretton, Staffordshire, 
1858-94. Assumed the additional name of CLAVMUNG, 1894. Of Axwell Park, 
Blaydon-on-Tyne, Durham. 

Hale, Thomas Wyatt, eldest son of John Hale, Esq., Bodicote, Banbury, 
aged 14, April 21. School 

St. John's College, Oxford, B.A. 1852. Died 17 May, 1899. 

Hale, John Hinde, second son of the above John Hale, Esq., aged 12, 
September 16. School 

Partner in a Brewery Firm at^ Brighton. Sussex Eleven. Dead. 



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Wilmot, Henry Sacheverell, second son of Sir Henry Wilmofc, Barb., 
Chaddesden, Derby, aged 12, February 3. School 

Lieutenant-Colonel, Rifle Brigade. V.C. Served throughout the Indian Mutiny 
Campaign until November, 1858. Present at the Capture of Lucknow, and 
received the Victoria Cross for personal bravery there on 1 1 March, 1858. Medal 
and two Clasps. Was Judge-Advocate-General in Oudh, 1859, and in the Chinese 
War, 1860-61. Medal and two Clasps. Succeeded his father as fifth Baronet, 1872. 
ftl. P. for South Derbyshire, 1869-85. Chairman of the National Rifle Association, 
and a prominent Volunteer Officer, 1862-81. Long Service Medal. Died at 
Bournemouth, 7 April, 1901. 

Wilmot, Edward, son of the above Sir Henry Wilmot, aged 10, 
March 12. School 

Commander, R.N. Flag-Lieutenant to Admiral Mundy in the Hannibal, during 
the Garibaldi Expedition at Palermo, and in the Mediterranean, 1859-61. Killed 
in the Battle of Kagosima, Japan, 15 August, 1863, when in command of the 
Euryalut. 

Hedley, John, son of Robert Hedley, Esq., Paris, aged 14, July 24 School 

McCurdy, Edward Hamilton, nephew of Col. Bradford, Rickmans worth, 
aged 14, April 27. Highton 

Madras Army. Died in India, about 1855. 

Shears, Augustus, son of Daniel Towers Shears, Esq., The Lawn, South 
Lambeth, aged 16, July 25. Stanley 

St. John's College, Cambridge, Scholar 1848, B.A., 34th Wrangler, 1851, M A 
1854. The first S.P.G. Missionary in Burmah, 1859-62. Vicar of Sileby, 
Loughborough, 1873. Hector of Black Notley, Braintree, Essex, from 1894. 

Rusbridger, Joseph, son of Joseph Rusbridger, Esq., Chertsey, aged 14, 
September 15. Highton 

Died at Surbiton, Surrey, 26 April, 1875. 

Longmore, William Henry, son of Joseph Longmore, Esq., The Mythe 
House, Tewkesbury, aged 16, November 6. Stanley 

Murray, George William, only son of George St. Vincent Nelson Murray, 
Esq., dhichester, aged 15, January 15. Highton 

Queen's College, Oxford, B.A. 1850, M.A., Jesus College, 1853. Vicar of 
Shrivenham, Berks, 1859. Died 9 November, 1890. 

Chambers, Robert Yeld, son of Mrs. Colonel Chambers. Rugby, aged 14. 
July 31. Town 

Major-General, Bengal Staff Corps. Served in China, 1858-9. Medal. Died in 
London, 29 April, 1890. 

Becher, John Bichard Hedges "Wrixon, son of Sir William Wrixon 

Becher, Bart., Ballygiblin, Mallow, Ireland, aged 14, August 

16- School 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1852, M.A. 1855. J.P and D.L. for Co. Cork 

Succeeded his brother as third Baronet, 1893. Of Balligiblin, Mallow, Co. Cork. ' 

Smythe, Henry Ogle, twin son of the Rev. John Smythe, Plympton, 

Devon, aged 14, April 2. School 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. 1852, M.A. 1856. Vicar of Rrandeston, Suffolk, 

1856-66, and of Coxton, Co. Cambridge, 1873. Adopted the Christian name of 

Meade instead of Ogle. 

Smythe, Frederic, twin son of the above Rev. John Smythe. School 



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Caulfield, Edward Wade, son of the Eev. Edward Warren Caulfield, 
Beechingstoke, Devizes, aged 14, January 15. Arnold 

A pupil of Harding, the Artist. Died 1857. 

Marsh, Edward Eyton, son of Air. Edward E. Marsh, Rugby, aged 13, 
September 6. Town 

Marsh, William Eyton, son of the above Mr. E. E. Marsh, aged 12, 
November 6. Town 

Watson, Arthur George, third son of the late Henry Watson, and Mrs. 
Watson, Pelham Cottage, Ryde, aged 13, November 30. Cotton 

Balliol College, Oxford, B.A. First Class in Classics, 1852. Johnson Theological 
Scholar, 1853. Fellow of All Souls', 1853-65. B.C.L. 1856. D.C.L. 1861. 
Assistant Master at Harrow, 1854-91. Of The Uplands, Wadhurst, Sussex. 

Lord Bingham, Right Hon. George, son of the Right Hon. the Earl of 
Lucan, Laleham, Surrey, aged 13, May 8. School 

Lieutenant-Colonel, Coldstream Guards. Retired 1859. Aide-de-Camp to his 
father in the Crimean War, at the Battles of the Alma, Inkerman, and 
Balaclava. Brevet of Major. Medal with three Clasps. Knight of the Legion 
of Honour. Fifth Class Medjidie and Turkish Medal. M.P. for Co. Mayo, 
1865-9. Succeeded his father as fourth EA.KL OF LUCAN, 1888. Of Laleham, Surrey. 

Bax, Alexander George, second son of John Bax, Esq., Lexden House, 
Colchester, aged 13, March 3. Penrose 

Captain, Bengal Army. Died June, 1892. 

Maclnnes, Miles, eldest son of Major-General John Maclnnes, Hampstead, 
aged 13, February 21. Cotton 

Exhibitioner 1849. Balliol College, Oxford, B.A. 1852, M.A. 1856. J.P. and D.L. 
Director of the London and North- Western Railway. M.P. for Hexham Division of 
Northumberland, 1885-95. Of Eickcrby, Carlisle, and Fern Lodge, Hampstead. 

Crockett, Herbert Frederic, only son of William Crockett, Esq., Exeter, 
aged 14, December 26. Price 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. 1852. Rector of Upton Lovell, Wilts, 1874. Died 
3 September, 1895. 

Lpveday, George, younger son of Arthur Loveday, Esq., Doctors' 
Commons, Ejondon,aged 14, April 18. Mayor 

Brasenose College, Oxford, B.A. 1850, M.A. 1853. Sometime of Doctors' Commons. 
Of Wardington, Banbury. 

Radford, Childers Charles, eldest son of Edward Radford, Esq., Tansley 
Wood, Matlock, aged 14, December 8. Grenfell 

Late Captain, Derbyshire Yeomanry. Of Tansley Wood. J.P. for Derbyshire 
Died 1896. 

Trevor, Charles Cecil, son of Charles Trevor, Esq., 15, Gower Street, 
London, aged 13, July 26. Mayor 

Catherine College, Cambridge, B.A. 1852, M.A. 1855. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's 
Inn, 1855. Chancery Bar. Assistant Secretary to the Board of Trade, 1867-95. 
British Delegate at International Conferences, 1881-6. C.B. 1882. Knighted 1896. 
Of 11, Astwood Road, South Kensington. Athenaeum Club. 

Pearson, Charles Henry, fourth son of the Rev. John Norman Pearson, 
The Parsonage, T.unbridge Wells, aged 12, September 7. Mayor 

Oriel College, Oxford, 1849. Scholar, Exeter College, 1850-3, B.A., First Class 
in Classics, 1852, M.A., Fellow of Oriel, 1856. Professor of Modern History at 
King's College, London. Professor of History, Melbourne University, 1873 
Member of the Legislative Couucil of Victoria, 1879. Author of " History of 
England during the Early and Middle Ages," and other Works, Died 29 May, 1S9J. 



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Broadrick, George, son of Mrs. Broadrick, Hamphall Stubbs, Doncaster, 
aged 12, October 4. Mayor 

Of Hamphall Stubbs, Doncaster. 

Bamsden, Frederick Selwyn, fifth son of Eobert Ramsden, Esq., Carlton 
Hall, Worksop, aged 13, July 12. Mayor 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1853, M.A. 1857. In Holy Orders. Died 
17 January, 1865. 

Johnstone, Henry Richard, son of Sir John Y. B. Johnstone, Bart., 
Hackness, Scarborough, aged 13, March 7. Arnold 

Magdalene College, Cambridge, B.A. 1854. Assumed the additional name of 
SCOTT, 1860. Of Woodhall, Wetherby, Yorks. 

Colquhoun, John Erskine, third son of John Campbell Colquhoun, Esq., 
M.P., Kittermont, Glasgow, aged 12, June 15. Arnold 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. 1856, M.A. 1864. Vicar of Southwold, Suffolk, 1870-2. 
Assumed the name of CAMPBBLL-COLQUHOUN. Of Chartwell, Westerham, Kent. 

Cholmondeley, Richard Hugh, son of the late Rev. Charles Cooper 
Cholraondeley, and Mrs. Macaulay, Hodnet Hall, Salop, aged 14, 
August 24. Cotton 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1851, M.A. 1858. Rector of Hodnet, 1873-96. Of 
62, Albert Gate Mansions, London, S.W. 

Crosse, Charles Henry, son of John Crosse. Esq., M.D., Norwich, aged 15, 
May 8. Highton 

Caius College, Cambridge, B.A. 1851, M.A. 1854, LL.M. 1868. University Coxswain, 
1851 and 1852. Vicar of Impington, 1878. Rector of Fincham, Downham Market, 
from 1886. 

Curzon, Nathaniel Charles, eldest son of John Curzon, Esq., Derby, 
aged 13, November 26. Arnold 

Brasenose College, Oxford, B.A. 1850. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1855. Of 
Lockington Hall, Derby, J.P. Died 31 December, 1897. 

lies, John Hodgson, eldest son of John lies, Esq., Binrook, Louth, 
aged 15, September 22. Arnold 

Lincoln College, Oxford, B.A. 1849, M.A. 1853, Fellow 1855-61. Rector of St. Peter's, 
Wolverhampton, 1860-76. Archdeacon of Stafford, 1876. Canon of Lichfleld, 1877. 
Died 13 November, 1888. 

Soames, Stephen, second son of Charles Soames, Esq., Coles, Buntingford, 
Herts, aged 17, August 6. Anstey 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. 1848, M.A. 1851. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 
1851. Of Hall Grove, Bagshot. Junior Carlton Club. 

Sidebottom, Leonard, third son of Charles John Sidebottom, Esq., 
Elmbank, Worcester, aged 13, November 6. Arnold 

Lincoln College, Oxford, 1849. Lieutenant-Colonel. Served with the 3rd 
Regiment, Buffs, before Sebastopol, 1855. Medal and Clasp. Assumed the 
additional name of VBNNER. 'j.P. for Hants. Of St. Rode, Bournemouth. 
United Service Club. 

Blomfield, Arthur William, soa^of the Right Rev. Charles James, Lord 
Bishop of London, aged 14, March 6. Arnold 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1851, M.A. 1854. An Architect. A.R.A., 1888. 
Royal Gold Medal, R.I.B.A., 1891. Knighted 1889. Died 30 October, 1899. 

Meara, George Emilius James, son of G. Meara, Esq., May Park, Water- 
ford, aged 14, May 12. Grenfell 

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Ward, Frederic Litchfield, son of the Rev. Samuel Briggs Ward, Quinton, 
Northampton, aged 14, July 24. Mayor 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1855. Of Radway, Warwickshire. 

Corbett, Frank, son of Edwin Oorbett, Esq., Darnhall, Middlewich, aged 
14, October 19. Arnold 

Captain 33rd Regiment. Served before Sebastopol and was wounded at the Battle 
oflnkermau. Of Presteign, Herefordshire. Died January, 1875. 

Sevan, George Phillips, son of William iiibbs Bevan, Esq., Glannant, 
Crickhowell, aged 113, August 13. Stanley 

F.G.S. J.P. and D.L. for County of Brecon. Author of a large number of 
popular Guide-books. Died at Lymington, Hants, 3 August, 1889. 

Kettlewell, Thomas, son of Thomas Kettlewell, Esq., 72, Cambridge 
Terrace, Hyde Park, aged 11, October 19. Price 

Lieutenant-Colonel, 1878. Bombay Staff Corps. Served in the Persian Expedition 
of 1856-7, present at the landing at Halilah Bay, the capture of Eeshire, and the 
surrender of Bushire. Medal. 

Cockshott, James Tobin, son of James Cockshott, Esq , Rodney Street, 
Liverpool, aged 12, June 23. Price 

In business in Australia, 1859-63, and afterwards in Liverpool. Died in 
Switzerland. 

Hodgson, Richard, eldest son of Francis Roger Hodgson, Esq., Manchester, 
aged 15, July 14. Grenfell 

Queen's College, Oxford, B.A. 1851, M.A. 1855. -Rector of Pilton, Northants, 
1858-70. Vicar of St. Margaret's, Dunham Massey, 1870. Died 14 March, 1895. 

Money, Charles Septimus, son of the Rev. William Money, Yatesbury, 
Calne, Wilts, aged 15, September 26. Highton 

Trinity College, Oxford, 1816. Assumed the additional name of KTRLB, 1843. 
Of Holly Villa, Regent Street, Stoke-on-Trent. 

Grlyn, Riversdale Llichard, son of Gr. Grlyn, Esq., afterwards Lord 
Wolverton, 1, Eccleston Street, London, aged 12, May 28. Grenfell 

Major, Rifle Brigade. Served in the Crimean War. Present at the Alma, in the 
Balaclava Charge, and at Inkerman, and the storming of the Redan, 1854-5. 
Served in the Indian Mutiny Campaign. Died on returning home, at Aden, 
11 December, 1859. 

Hadwen, John Wilson, son of Thomas W. Hadwen, Esq., Dean House, 
Halifax, aged 12, June 27. Anstey 

Died 7 March, 1879. 

Coward, Ralph John, younger son of Thomas Blanchard Coward, Esq., 
Bath, aged 15, August 27. Stanley 

Brasenose College, Oxford, B.A. 1853. Vicar of Megavissey, Cornwall, 1862-7, and 
of St. Paul's, Worcester, 1867-75. Of 2, York Terrace, London, S.W. 

Warner, Frederick, son of Simeon Warner, Esq., Colonade House, 
Blackheath, aged 15, July 12. Anstey 

On the London Stock Exchange. Died 9 October, 1869. 

Lee, Philip Henry, third son of Joseph Lee, Esq., jun., Redbrook, 
Whitchurch, aged 14, March 30. Mayor 

Worcester College, Oxford, B.A. 1851. M.A. 1854. Rector of Farnham St. 
Laurence, Salisbury, 1866-1901. Of Oakleigh, Bournemouth. 

Whiteley, John Henry, son of George Whiteley, Esq., Mayfield, Halifax, 
aged 16, August 12. Anstey 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1851, M.A. 1854, Rector of Pedmore, Stour- 
bridge, 1855-79. Died at 8t. Laurence, Chepstow, 31 October, 1901. 



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Campbell, Robert Bogle, son of James Campbell, Esq., 218, St. Vincent 
Street, Glasgow, aged 14, August 6. School 

Eden, Frederick Morton, eldest son of the Rev. Robert Eden, afterwards 
Bishop of Moray, Leigh, Essex, aged 13, November 1. Cotton 

Christ Church, Oxford, B.A. 1851. Fellow of All Souls, 1852, M.A. 1855. Barrister- 
at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 1858. Served at Corfu as Captain of the Oxfordshire 
Militia, 1854. Of 63, Warwick Road, London, S.W. 

Scrivens, Frederick, son of George Scrivens, Esq., Clapham Common, 
Surrey, aged 14, May 26. Highton 

Of 62, North Side, Clapham Common (1902). 

Prescot, Oldfield Kelsall, only son of the late Rev. William Henry Prescot, 
and Mrs. Prescot, Cheadle, aged 15, April 20. School 

Brasenose College, Oxford, B.A. 1851, M.A. 1865. Vicar of Alderton, Wilts, 1867-75. 
Of Cavendish Road, Bournemouth. 

Gronne, William, son of Charles Gonne, Esq., 19, Gloucester Place, London, 
aged 14, August 30. Anstey 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1852, M.A. 1855. Died 12 October, 1892. 

Woodifield, Antony Haswell, son of Matthew Woodifield, Esq., Durham, 
aged 15, May 22. Anstey 

M.D. Died January, 1867. 

fiaynes, Charles Dyneley, son of 0. R. Baynes, Esq., Chorley Wood, Herts, 
aged 10, May 20. Cotton 

Major, Madras Staff Corps. Government Agent at Chepank. 

Barnes, Charles Augustus, son of John Barnes, Esq., Chorley Wood, 
Herts, aged 13, August 14. Anstey 

Of Chorley Wood, Rickmansworth. J. P. for Herts. 

Dalby, William Byard, eldest son of the Rev. William Dalby, Compton 
Bassett, Wilts, aged 14, Sept. 23. Grenfell 

Balliol College, Oxford, 1848. Wadham College, Scholar, 1848, B.A. 1852, Fellow 
1856-63, M.A. 1857. Incumbent of Zeals Green, Wilts, 1863. Died 16 February, 1865. 

Parker, John Paget, eldest son of John Parker, Esq., Woodside House, 
Worcester, aged 15, February 2. Cotton 

Oriel College, Oxford, B.A. 1852, M.A. 1855. Vicar of Hindlip, 1858-62. Of 
Woodside House. Died about 1888. 

Parry, Edward, eldest son of Admiral Sir William Edward Parry, 
Hampstead, aged 13, January 14. Cotton 

Exhibitioner, 1849. Balliol College, Oxford, B.A., First Class in Classics, 1852, 
M.A. 1855. Rector of Acton, Middlesex, 1859-69. Archdeacon and Canon of 
Canterbury, 1869. Suffragan BISHOP OF DOVKR and D.D., 1870. Author of a 
Memoir of his father, the celebrated Arctic Voyager. Died at St. Leonards, 
11 April, 1890. 

Wilson, Alfred, third son of James Wilson, Esq., Balham, Surrey, aged 15, 
May 25. School 

Exeter College, Oxford, B.A. 1850. University Eleven. Barrister-at-Law 
Lincoln's Inn, 1857. J.P. for Essex. Of Oak Hill, Sevenoaks. 



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Douglas, John, son of the late Henry A. Douglas, Esq., and brother of 
Robert Douglas, Esq., Lookerby House, Dumfriesshire, aged 15, 
March 6. School 

C.M.G. Agent-General for Queensland, 1866-71. Premier of Queensland, 1879. 
H.M. Commissioner in New Guinea, 1886-8. Resident Magistrate, Thursday 
Island, 1888. Government Residency, Thursday Island, Queensland. 

Nelson, Albert Ommanney, son of J. Nelson, Esq., 8, Gloucester Place, 
London, aged 12, June 6. Highton 

Proctor and Solicitor, Doctors' Commons, London. Of Ember Grove, Kingston-on- 
Thames. 

Long, Arthur Colclough, son of Robert Long, Esq , 19, Pembroke Street, 
Dublin, aged 14, January 3. Penrose 

Warren, John Shrapnel, son of the Rev, Zachariah Shrapnel Warren, 
Ancaster, aged 14, August 15. Price 

St. Catherine's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1852, M.A. 1855. Vicar of Longtoft, 
1858-75. Rector of Willoughby, Lincolnshire, from 1875. 

Hill, William Charles, second son of the Rev. Charles Hill, Bromsberrow, 
Ledbury, aged 12, May 24. Anstey 

Exeter College, Oxford, B.A. 1853. Formerly Captain, 36th Regiment. Of The 
Cottage, Malvern Wells. 

Oakeley, Herbert Stanley, second son of the Ven. Sir Herbert Oakeley. 
Bart , Booking, Braintree, aged 13, July 22. School 

Christ Church, Oxford, B.A. 1853, M.A. 1856, D.Mus. 1879. D.Mus. Canterbury, 
1871. Professor of Music at Edinburgh University, 1865-91. Knighted in 1876 in 
recognition of his musical distinction. Of 38, Marine Parade, Dover. 

Stamer, Lovelace Tomlinson, eldest son of Sir Lovelace Stamer, Bart., 
Beauchamp, Bray, Dublin, aged 13, October 18. Highton 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1853, M.A. 1856. Rector of Stoke-on-Trent, 1858. 
Archdeacon of Stoke, 1877. Prebendary in Lichfield Cathedral. Suffragan 
BISHOP o* SHREWSBURY, 1888. Proctor in Convocation, 1889. Vicar of St. Chad, 
Shrewsbury, 1892-6. Rector of Edgmond, Salop, 1896. Succeeded his father as 
third Baronet, 1860. Edgmond Rectory, Newport, Salop. 

Lloyd, Charles Owen, fourth son of Edward Lloyd, Esq., Rhagatt, Corwen, 
North Wales, aged 14, December 23. Price 

Ensign, 8th Bengal Native Infantry. Killed at the Siege of Moultan, 12 September, 
1848. 

ENTRANCES IN FEBRUARY, 1844, 

Deane, Charles Henry, second son of the late Robert Micklen Deane, and 
Mrs. Deane, Eugby, aged 11, October 20. Town 

Magdalen College, Oxford, B.A. 1855, Fellow 1855-63, M.A. 1857. Chaplain of 
Black Town, Madras, 1876. Vicar of Willoughby, near Rugby, from 1885. 

Worsley, Henry Theophilus, son of Henry Francis Worsley, of Rugby, 
and Christchurch, New Zealand, aged 10, June 3. Town 

Salt, Thomas, only son of Thomas Salt, Esq., Weeping Cross, Stafford, 
aged 13, May 12. School 

Balliol College, Oxford, B.A. First Class in Law and History, 1853. M.A. 1860. 
M.P. for Stafford, 1859-65, 1869-80, 1881-5, and 1886-92. Parliamentary Secretary to 
Local Government Board, 1876-80. Ecclesiastical Commissioner frem 1880. J.P. 
and D.L. for Staffs. Late Captain 2nd Stafford Militia. Created a Baronet, 1899. 
Of Weeping Cross, Stafford. Carlton Club. 



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Duff, Jekyl Chalmers, son of Captain Duff. East Indian Army, aged 9, 
December 17- Town 

Twemlow, Walter Hamilton, eldest son of the Rev. William Hamilton 
Twemlow (O.R.,1815), Babcary, Somerset, aged 13, April 29. Arnold 

Captain, 27th Regiment. Served as Adjutant in the N.W. Frontier during the 
Mutiny Campaign. Died February, 1873. 

Fitzroy, George Robert, son of George Fitzroy, Esq., Graf ton Regis, 
Stony Stratford, aged 12, October 4. School 

Colonel, Coldstream Guards, April, 1977. Served with the 47th Regiment at the 
Battles of the Alma and Inkerman, when he was wounded severely, and at the 
Siege of Sebastopol, 1854-6. Medal with three Clasps, and Turkish Medal. Died 
about 1890. 

Pilkington, Lionel Scott, son of Redmond W. Pilkington, Esq., Kensington 
Gore, aged 13, May 5. School 

Langley, John Piercy, son of the Rev. Daniel Baxter Langley, LL.D., 
Vicar of Olney, Bucks, aged 14, May 24. Penrose 

Left October, 1848. St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1852, M.A. 1855. Vicar 
of Olney, Bucks, from 1856. 

Baker, Robert Broome, son of Slade Baker, Esq., Sandbourne, Bewdley, 
aged 14, January 2. School 

Lieutenant-Colonel, 16th Regiment. Retired. Served in the Crimean War. Of 
8, First Avenue, Brighton. 

Brandt, William, second son of Robert Brandt, Esq., Manchester, aged 13, 
July 30. School 

Oriel College, Oxford, B.A. 1853. M.A. 1864. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 
1856. Died 26 December, 1870. 

Bowden-Smith, Philip, eldest son of Nathaniel Bowden-Smith, Esq., 
Brockenhurst, Hants, aged 15, February 16. Arnold 

University College, Oxford, Scholar 1849, B.A. 1851, M.A. 1856. Assistant Master 
at Rugby, 1852. Died 1 June, 1895. The School Chapel was enlarged as a 
Monument to his Memory, and re-opened, by Archbishop Temple, 1 October, 1898. 

Bencraft, Charles Chichester, son of Stephen Bencraft, Esq., Barnstaple, 
Devon, aged 16, November 17. Mayor 

Ruck-Keene, Henry, sixth son of the Rev. Edmond Ruck-Keene, 
Swyncombe House, Henley-on-Thames, aged 13, Jan. 6. Arnold 

University of Durham, M.A. 1856. Vicar of Broadwater Down, Tunbridge Wells, 
1878-82. Died 9 N ovember, 1901 . 

Whitbread, Samuel, son of Samuel Charles Whitbread, Esq., Cardington, 
Bedford, aged 13, May 5. Arnold 

Trinity College, Cambridge. J.P. and D.L. for Bedfordshire. M P. for Bedford; 
1852-95. A Lord of the Admiralty, 1859-63. Reform Club. Of Southill Park, 
Biggleswade. 

Curzon, Alfred Nathaniel Holden, second son of Hon. Rev. Alfred Cnrzon, 
Weston Lodge, Derby, aged 12, July 12. Arnold 

Merton College, Oxford, B.A. 1853, M.A. 1865. Rector of Kedleston, Derbyshire, 
1856. Succeeded his uncle as fourth BARON SCARSDALE, 1856. Of Kedleston 
Hall, Derby. 

Bering, George Edward, only son of Robert Dering, Esq., Lockleys, 

Welwyn, aged 13, January 15. Mayor 

Formerly in the Rifle Brigade. Of Lockleys, Herti, and Dumnore House, Galway. 



22 Ta.it, 1842-50. 



More, Alexander Grodman, son of Alexander More, Esq., Hyde, Isle of 
Wight, aged 13, September 5. Mayor 

F.L. S. Well-known among Botanists, Ornithologists, and Scientific circles. 
Curator of the Natural History Society, Dublin. Author of "Cybele Hibernica." 
Died at Dublin, 22 March, 1895. 

Wynch, Henry Paul William, eldest son of Mrs. Wyncb, Rugby, aged 12, 
July 27. Town 

Major, Bengal Staff Corps, and District Superintendent of Police. Died at 
Purneah, Bengal, 8 September, 1873. 

Wynch, Charles George, second son of the above Mrs. Wynch, aged 10, 
July 24. Town 

East Indian College, Haileybury, 1852-4, and Indian Civil Service, 1854-61. Of 
cricketing reputation. Died in London, 21 May, 1876. 

Deane, William Henry, eldest son of James Deane, Esq., Tunbridge Wells, 
aged 16, August 1. Price 

University College, Oxford, B.A. 1850. J.P. for Hants. Of Fairfield, Fareham, 
Hants. 

Nicholson, Rhodes, second son of William Nicholson Nicholson, Esq., 
Roundhay, Leeds, aged 13, July 19. Mayor 

Lincoln College, Oxford, 1849. 

Thomas, James William Bo wen, eldest son of James Thomas, Esq., 
Llandisilio, Carmarthenshire, aged 14, Sept. 12. Anstey 

Exeter College, Oxford, 1848. 

Stafford, Robert, eldest son of Robert Stafford, Esq., 5, Smith Square, 
Westminster, aged 14, April 6. Price 

University College, Oxford, B.A. 1852, M.A. 1858. Curate of Grosvenor Chapel, 
Mayfair. Died 9 September, 1862. 

Archer, William Tankerville, son of Mrs. H. B. Archer, 75, St. Stephen's 
Green, Dublin, aged 15, October 30. Anstey 

Nisbet, Harry Curtis, son of Henry Nisbet, Esq., 53, Cambridge Terrace, 
Hyde Park, aged 13, April 24. Anstey 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1853. Legal adviser to several Charitable Institutions. Of 
35, Lincoln's Inn fields, London, W.C. 

Fox, William Waller, second son of Major Barry Pox, 64th Regiment, 
aged 12, August 15. Anstey 

Late Captain, 60th Rifles. 

Worthington, Herbert, son of William Worthington, Esq., Brockhurst, 
Northwich, aged 15, August 17. Anstey 

Of Goodwick, Fishguard, 1902. 

Cams- Wilson, Edward Sbippard, son of the Rev. William W. Carus- 
Wilson, Caeterton Hall, Kirkby Lonsdale, aged 13, July 15. Highton 

Christ's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1854, M.A. 1857. J.P. for Cornwall. Of 
Penmount, Truro. 

Philpott, Henry Gray, son of Richard P. Philpott, Esq., Brighton, aged 14, 
December 20. Highton 

Practiced as a Surgeon at Brighton. Died 29 March, 1880. 



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Wise, George, second son of Henry Christopher Wise, Esq , Woodcote, 
Warwick, aged 13, May 30. School 

Magdalene College, Cambridge. J.P. and D.L. for Warwickshire. Of Woodcote, 
Warwick. Died January, 1888. 

Dickins, Charles Allan, third son of William Dickins, Esq., Cherington, 
Shipston-on-Stour, aged 14, December 28. Penrose 

University College, Oxford, B.A. 1852, M.A. 1855. Vicar of Tardebigge, 
Bromsgrove, from 1855. Hon. Canon of Worcester Cathedral, 1881. Proctor for 
the Clergy in Convocation. 

GrOddard, Charles Herbert, son of the Yen Charles Goddard. Archdeacon 
of Lincoln, Ibstock, Ashby-de-la-Zonch, aged 15, July 2. 
Was not on the School List, and must have left at Easter. 

Lomer, Edward Bridger, second son of Edward Lomer, Esq., Southampton, 
aged 15, November 30. Penrose 

Oriel College, Oxford, B.A. 1852. M.A. 1854. Barrister-at-I.aw, Inner Temple. 1853. 
Died 6 August, 1865. 

Bere, Charles Sandford, second son of Montagu Baker Bere, Esq., 
Koundhay, Leeds, aged 15, January 25. Cotton 

Christ Church, Oxford, Fell Exhibitioner, B.A. 1852, M.A. 1868. Rector of 
Uplowman. 1858. Vicar of Morebath, Devon, 1885. Died 29 May, 1889. 

Saltmarshe, Arthur William, only son of Christopher Saltmarshe, Esq.. 
Middleton Lodge, Leeds, aged 13, August 24. Cotton 

Lieutenant, llth Hussars. Served in the Crimean War. Died at Varna, of cholera, 
3 September, 1854. 

Trevor, Frederick Antony, son of Andrew Trevor, Esq , 27, Gloucester 
Place, London, aged 15, November 6. Anstey 

Major, late 22nd Regiment. Retired. Served with the 4th Regiment at the Siege 
of Sebastopol, and in the Battles of the Crimeaan War, 1854-5. Medal and three 
Clasps, and Turkish Medal. Of 6, Charles Street, Berkeley Square, London. 

Brownlow, William Kobert Bernard, son of the llev. William Brownlow, 
Wilmslow, Manchester, aged 13, July 4. Cotton 

Trinity College,.Cambridge, B.A. 1852, M.A. 1858. Sometime Curate of St. John's, 
Torquay. Joined the Church of Rome, 1863, and became Bishop of Clifton, 1894. 
Died 9 November, 1901. 

Bromley, Edward, sixth son of Admiral Sir Robert Howe Bromley, .Bart , 
Stoke Hall, Newark, aged 12, March 1. Grenfell 

Merfon College, Oxford, B.A. 1854. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1866. J.P. 
for Middlesex and London. Of 12, Eccleston Square. 

Walter, Charles, son of Captain Charles Walter, Devonshire Place, 
London, aged 13, June 16. Grenfell 

Compton, Digby, eighth son of Henry Combe Compton, Esq., Minstead, 
Lyndhurst, aged 14, January 18. Penrose 

Formerly Captain, 2nd Bengal Light Dragoons. Died 22 September, 1866. 

Wilson, William, son of Thomas Wood Wilson, Esq., York, aged 13, 
May 14. Penrose 

Lieutenant -Colonel, R.A. Served in the Bengal Horse Artillery during the 
Indian Mutiny Campaign, 1857-8, including Siege of Delhi, Capture of Lucknow, 
and several other Battles and actions. Mentioned in despatches. Medal and 
two Clasps. 



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Park, William Atherton, son of the Rev. James Allan Park, Elwick Hall, 
Durham, aged 13, Dec. 29. Penrose 

Lieutenant-Colonel, Bombay Staff Corps. Retired 1876. 

Wilson, George, son of Thomas Wood Wilson, Esq., York, aged 15, 
Dec. 31. Penrose 

Gate Helmsley, York. 

Prentice, William Taylor, son of George Prentice, Esq., Maidstone, Kent, 
aged 11, April 8, Price 

Captain, 2nd Dragoons, Scots Greys. Retired. Served in the Crimean War, 1855. 

Blakiston, Augustus Frederick Noel, son of Sir Matthew Blakiston, Bart., 
Sandybrook Hall, Ashbourne, aged 15, January 15. Grenfell 

Of Montreal Street. Christchurch, New Zealand. 

Deane, Thomas Newenham, son of Sir Thomas Deane, Knight, Dundanion 
Castle, Cork, aged 15, June 15. Grenfell 

Trinity College, Dublin, B.A. 1850. Architect. He designed the University 
Museum, and the new buildings at Christ Church, Oxford. Knighted, 1890. Died 
8 November, 1899. 

Caldecott, Edwin, son of Andrew Caldecott, Esq., 20, Cheapside, London, 
aged 14, March 16. Grenfell 

In business in London. Died 1892. 

Caldecott, Henry, son of the above Andrew Caldecott, Esq., aged 12, 
March 13. Grenfell 

In business in London. Of Ingatestone, Essex. 

Edwardes, Sir Henry Hope, Bart., son of Lady Edwardes, Ryton Grove, 
Salop, aged 14, April 10. Highton 

Succeeded his father as tenth Baronet, 1841. Formerly Lieutenant, 85th Foot. 
North Salop Yeomanry. Of Wootton Hall, Ashbourne. Died 24 August, 1900. 

Edwardes, Trevor Hope, son of the above Lady Edwardes, aged 12. 
March 25- Highton 

Of Netley, near Shrewsbury. Died 18 February, 1878. 

Crump, Charles Ashbrook Wright, eldest son of George Crump, Esq., 
Kidderminster, aged 13, March 11. Anstey 

Exhibitioner, 1849. Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. First Class in Mathematics, 
1852. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 1856. 

Troughton, Robert George, son of Nathaniel Troughton, Esq., Coventry, 
aged 13, June 1. Stanley 

Higgon, William Henry, eldest son of James Higgon, Esq., Scolton, 
Haverfordwest, aged 13, March 14. Anstey 

Brasenose College, Oxford, 1850. Rector of Robeston West, Pembrokeshire, 1860. 
Died 18 March, 1876. 

Cotterill, Joseph Morthland, son of the liev. Joseph Cotterill, Blakeney 
Bectory, Norfolk, aged 13, July 2. Arnold 



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Clements, Henry George John, second son of the late Col. John Marcus 
Clements, London, aged 14, November 3. Arnold 

Christ Church, Oxford, B.A. 1852, M.A. 1856. Vicar of Sidmouth, Devon, from 
1865. Author of " Holy Places in Palestine," and " Life and Writings of Lord 
JMacaulay." 

Baines, William Mortimer, only son of Henley Baines, Esq., Bell Hall, 
York, aged 12, May 7. Price 

F.R.G.S. Of Bell Hall, York. 

Lloyd, Owen William, son of Thomas Lloyd, Esq., Bronwydd, Cardigan- 
shire, aged 14. April 26. School 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1852. Formerly Captain, Warwickshire 
Militia. Changed his name to TREHERNE, 1890. Of 4, Oxford Parade, 
Cheltenham. 

Crealock, William Swain, son of William Belton Crealock, Esq., Stanhope 
Place, Hyde Park, aged 14, December 7. Highton 

Formerly a Solicitor at Aberystwith. 

Law, Archibald, son of William John Law, Esq., 63, Upper Seymour 
Street, London, aged 13, April 10. School 

Lawson, James George, fourth son of Andrew Lawson, Esq., M.P., 
Boroughbridge Hall, Yorkshire, aged J5, November 14. School 
Died August, 1878. 

Molesworth St. Aubyn, Hender John, son of the Rev. Render 
Moles worfch, Clowance, Cornwall, aged 14, December 21. Anstey 

Christ Church, Oxford, 1848. His father and he assumed the additional name 
of ST. AUBYN, 1844. Of Clowance, Cornwall. J.P. and D.L. Died June, 1S68. 

Stewart, John Erskine Douglas, son of Captain, afterwards Admiral, 
Houston Stewart, R.N., The Gart, Callander, Perthshire, aged 14, 
January 14. School 

Died 1870. 

Lawrence, James, second son of James Lawrence, Esq., Park Hill, 
Liverpool, aged 16. June 25. Anstey 

Brasenose College, Oxford, B.A. 1849, M.A. 1852. Perpetual Curate of Ellel, 
Lanes. Died 4 April, 1885. 

Thomson, William Brooke, son of Major-Gen. H. Thomson, Bengal 
Cavalry, aged 14, October 20. Highton 

Major-General, Bengal Staff Corps. Deputy-Commissioner, Damoh District, 
Central Provinces, 1879. Died in London, 28 November, 1897. 

Wilkinson, John, son of John Wilkinson, Esq., 10, Lincoln's Inn, aged 15, 
October 1. Anstey 

Formerly a Solicitor at 2, Eaymond Buildings, Gray's Inn, London. 

Easton, George Gainer, son of Arthur Easton, Esq., 44, Hyde Park Square, 
London, aged 14, January 29. School 

In the India Office. Died from an accident on horseback at Brighton, 
10 October, 1853. 

Hall-Dare, Francis Marmaduke, fifth son of the late Robert Westley 
Hall-Dare, and Mrs. Hall-Dare, 62, Wimpole Street, London, 
aged 14. February 28. Highton 

Lieutenant, 23rd Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Engaged at the Siege of Sebastopol. 
Severely wounded before the Redan, 8 September, 1855. Died 25 May, 1897. 
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Wise, William Napper, third son of Henry Ohristoper Wise, Esq., 
(O.K., 1819), Woodcote, Warwick, aged 12, February 10. School 

Lieutenant, R.N. Died at Haslar Hospital, 25 May, 1859. 

Hope, Charles, son of the Right Hon. John Hope, Lord Justice Clerk of 
Scotland, aged 12, November 14. School 

Cockerell, John Rennie, son of Charles Robert Cockerell, Esq., Hampstead, 
Middlesex, aged 13, August 8. Arnold 

Madras Civil Service, 1850. Commissioner, Nilgiri Hills. Retired 1878. Died 1898. 

Beasley, Richard Dunkley, son of Calvert Beasley, Esq., Harston, 
Grantham, aged 13, January 3. Price 

St. John's College, Cambridge, K.A., 6th Wrangler, 1853, Fellow, M.A. 1856. 
Headmaster of Grantham Grammar School, 1858-79. Author of "Elements of 
Plain Trigonometry," and "Arithmetic for Schools." Died in Switzerland, 
August, 1887. 

Montagu, Arthur, son of Edward Proudfoot Montagu, Esq., R.N., 
Heccles, Suffolk, aged 15, November 22. Arnold 

Of Lowick Hall, Ulverston. 

Thompson, Alfred, son of John Vincent Thompson, Esq., 4, Belgrave 
Street, London, aged 13, October 7. Price 

Hankinson, Donald, son of Mrs. Hankinson, Rugby, aged 1 1, May 1. Town 

Hankinson, Edward Mitford, son of the above Mrs. Hankinson, aged 10, 
August 25. Town 

Robson, John, son of John Robson, Esq., 7, Clarence Terrace, Regent's 
Park, London, aged 15, June 18. Anstey 

Formerly a Solicitor, 12, John Street, Adelphi, London. 

Crealock, Henry Hope, son of William Belton Crealock, Esq., 3, Stanhope 
Place, Hyde Park, aged 13, March 31. Highton 

Lieutenant-General. C.B. Served in the 90th Regiment during the Crimean 
War, and at the Siege and Fall of Sebastopol. In command at the Storming of 
the Quarries, and distinguished at the Attack on the Redan, 18 June and 8 
September, 1855. Appointed Deputy-Adjutaiit-Quartermaster-General at 
Headquarters, and afterwards at Constantinople. Also D.A.Q.G. to the China 
Expeditionary Force, and present at the operations at Canton, December, 1857. 
Served on the Staff in the Indian Campaigns of Rohilcund, &c. Military 
Secretary to Lord Elgin in China, 1860, and present at the Chief Actions. Five 
Medals and Clasps. Commanded a Brigade in the Zulu War, 1879. C.M.G. 
His Sketches of Scenes in the Indian Mutiny and China Campaigns are 
valuable records. Died 31 May, 1891. 

Browne, Lord Henry Ulick, son of the Marquis of Sligo, 2, Mansfield 
Street, London, aged 13, March 14. Grenfell and Congreve 

Bengal Civil Service, 1851-86. Commissioner of Land Revenue and General 
Administration, 1876-86. Of 41, Eccleston Square, London. Travellers' Club. 

Melly, Charles Pierre, son of Andrew Melly, Esq., Liverpool, aged 14, 
May 25. Price 

He introduced Public Fountains in Liverpool, and presented a great number to 
the town. Died 11 November, 1888. 

Melly, Greorge, son of the above Andrew Melly, Esq., aged 13, August 20. 

Price 

M.P. for Stoke-upon-Trent, 1868. Author of "Recollections of a Fag." Died 
27 September, 1894. 



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BengOUgh, George Henry, eldest son of George Bengough, Esq., The 
Ridge, Wotton-under-Edge, aged 16, March 24. Mayor 

Also at Winchester. Oriel College, Oxford, B.A. 1850, M.A. 1853. Captain Royal 
South Gloucester Militia. J.P. for Gloucs. Died October, 1865. 

Thomason, James Grant, son of Hon. James Thomason, Governor of the 
Northern Provinces. India, aged 13, July 13. Anstey 

Bengal Civil Service, 1851-57. Assistant-Secretary to the Govarnor, N.W. 
Provinces. Deputy Commissioner, Oudh. Murdered by the Mutineers, July, 
1857. 

ENTRANCES IN AUGUST, 1844. 

Winter, John Pratt, eldest son of Samuel Winter, Esq., Tulloghard, Trim, 
Ireland, aged 15, April 6. Gongreve 

Captain, 17th Lancers. Engaged at the Battle of the Alma. Killed in the 
Balaclava Charge, 25 October, 1854, when leading the 2nd Squadron of his 
regiment close to the enemy's guns. His horse, severely wounded with grape 
shot, galloped back to the English lines. 

Cheese, Edward, second son of the late Rev. Benjamin Cheese, and Mrs. 
Cheese, Rugby, aged 12, April 11. Town 

Balliol College, Oxford, B.A. 1856, M.A. 1858. Rector of Houghton-le-Skerne, 
Durham, 1861. Chaplain to the Bishop of Durham. Died 18 May, 1886. 

Thornton, William Henry, son of John Thornton, Esq., Clapham, Surrey, 
aged 14, March 9. Cotton 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1853, M.A. 1859. Vicar of Dunsford, 1861-6. 
Rector of North Bovey^from 1866. Author of " Reminiscences and Reflections 
of an Old West Country Clergyman." 

Wood, George Frederick, son of Frederick Wood, Esq., Rugby, aged 11, 
May 2. Town 

Died 26 December, 1858, aged 25. 

Wood, Alfred Worth, son of the above Frederick Wood, Esq., aged 9, 
July 24. Town 

Died 4 October, 1865, aged 30. 

Eden, Ashley, son of the Rev. Hon. Robert John Eden, afterwards Lord 
Auckland, Battersea, aged 12, November 13. Gotton 

Lieutenant-Governor of Bengal, 1876-82. C.I.E. President of the Legislative 
Council of Bengal. Member of the Council, India, 1882. K.C.S.I., 1878. Died in 
London, 9 July, 1888. 

Barker, George William, eldest son of George Barker, Esq., Russell 
Square, London, aged 13, August 8. Arnold 

Christ Church, Oxford, B.A. 1853, M.A. 1857. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 
1857. J.P. for Berks. Served with the Berkshire Militia in Corfu, during the 
Crimean War. Died at Stanlake Park, Berks, 10 September, 1869, 

Wimberley, Edwin Balfour, son of the Rev. Charles Wimberley, Rugby, 
aged 12, August 21. Town 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1855. Served as Lieutenant, 3rd Bengal 
European Regiment during the Sepoy Mutiny, 1857-8. Died in India, 6 March, 
1864. 

Moultrie, John Austin, son of Major Moultrie, Rugby, aged 15, 
July 21. Town 

Moultrie, Crawford Davison, son of the above Major Moultrie, aged 13, 
November 7. Town 



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Smith, Thomas Ayscough, son of Ayscough Smith, Esq., Leesthorpe, 
Melton Mowbray, aged 13, September 11. Highton 

Trinity Collage, Cambridge, B.A. 1853, M.A. 1856. Assumed the name of 
AYSCOUGH in lieu of Smith. Hector of Cradley, Great Malvern, 1892. Prebendary 
in Hereford Cathedral, 

Smith, Henry Tyrwhitt, son of the above Ayscough Smith, Esq., aged 12, 
September 14. Highton 

Practised as a Doctor in London. Sometime House Surgeon at the Lock 
Hospital, and St. Mary's, Paddington. Died, 1867. 

Gawler, Henry, son of Lieutenant-Colonel George Gawler, Derby, aged 16, 
August 12. Anstey 

Crawler, John Coxe, son of the above Lieu tenant- Colonel George Gawler, 
aged 14, April 7. Anstey 

Colonel. Retired, 1866. Served with the 73rd Regiment throughout the Kaffir 
War, 1850-3. District Adjutant at Port Natal, 1853. Special Magistrate in 
British Kaffraria, 1855, with distinction. Served in the Mutiny Campaign. 
Commanded as Brigadier against the Rajah of Sikhim, I860, and penetrated to 
the Thibet Frontier, receiving the thanks of the Governor-General for his 
services. Eight times mentioned in public official reports. Keeper of the 
Regalia at the Tower of London. Died at Blackheath, 31 July, 1882. 

Pickard, Henry Adair, eldest son of Henry William Pickard, Esq., 
Hooton Roberts, Rotherham, aged 12, May 12. Anstey 

Exhibitioner, 1851. Christ Church, Oxford. Student 1851-68, First Class in 
Moderations, B.A. 1855, M.A. 1858. One of H.M. Inspectors of Schools, 1864. 
In Holy Orders. Of Canterbury Road, Oxford. 

Tugwell, James Edward, son of the Rev. Lewis Tug well, Farmborough, 
Bristol, aged 13, December 31. Anstey 

A Solicitor. Died of consumption, at Pau, January, 1863. 

Marshall, Samuel, third son of William Marshall, Esq., M.P., Edgegrove, 
Watford, aged 10, December 24. 

Exeter College, Oxford, B.A. 1857. Died at Brighton, 19 March, 1864. 

Milligan, Charles, son of Captain W. Milligan, Dunsbourne House, 
Cirencester, aged 12, July 1. Anstey 

Lieutenant-Colonel, 39th Regiment. Served at the Siege of Sebastopol, 1854-5. 
Medal and Clasps. Turkish Medal, and 5th Class Medjidie. J.P. for Denbigh. 
Of Cold well Hall, Burton-on-Trent. Army and Navy Club. 

Butler, Arthur Gray, third son of the Very Rev. George Butler, Dean of 
Peterborough, aged 12, August 19. School 

Exhibitioner, 1850. University College, Oxford, Scholar, 1850, B.A., Iieland 
Scholar, and First Class in Classics, 1853. Fellow of Oriel College, 1856, M.A. 1857. 
Assistant Master at Rugby, 1858-62. Head Master of Haileybury, 1862-7. Dean 
and Tutor of Oriel, 1875-85. St. Mary's Hall Lodge, Oxford. 

Bright, Henry Arthur, eldest son of Samuel Bright, Esq., West Derby, 
Liverpool, aged 14, February 9. School 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1857, M.A. 1860. President, Cambridge Union 
Society. J.P. for Lancashire. Author of "A Year in a Lancashire Garden." 
Died 5 August, 1884. 

Harrison, Edward Francis, son of the Rev. T. Harrison, Barham, 
Canterbury, aged 14, August 18. Grenfell 

Bengal Civil Service, 1849-80. Controller General of Accounts. Retired. C.I.E., 
1882. Died 5 June, 1887. 



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Highton, Thomas Charles, son of the late Henry Highton, Esq., Leicester, 
aged 10, November 23. Highton 

Electrical Engineer for the British Telegraph Company. Died 1872. 

Colthurst, Robert Coote Edward, nephew of Colonel La Touche, Charles 
Street, Lowndes Square, London, aged 14, January 3. Highton 

Captain, 48th Regiment. Engaged at the Siege of Sebastopol. Died in London, 
1864. 

Oldham, James, third son of the late Rev. Thomas Oldham, and Mrs. 
Curtler, Bevere House, Worcester, aged 13, January 5. Anstey 

Trinity College, Oxford, Scholar, 1853, B.A. 1855, M.A. 1857. Rector of Doverdale, 
Worcester, 1857-71. Curate of All Saints', Jersey, 1876. Died 24 December, 1891. 

Wigram, Woolmore, son of Money Wigram, Esq., Woodhouse, Wanstead, 
Kssex, aged 12, October 29. Cotton 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1854, MA. 1858. Rector of St. Andrew's, 
Hertford, 1876. Hon. Canon of St. Alban's. Of Watling House, St. Alban's. 

Fowler, Henry, son of Marshall Fowler, Esq., Preston Hall, Stockton-on- 
Tees, aged 14, June 16. Anstey 

Captain 43rd Regiment. Died 9 July, 1865. 

Cocker, Frederick, son of Alfred Richard Cocker, Esq. (O.R. 1804), 11, 
Nassau Street, Soho, London, aged 12, November 7. Gotton 

Herbert, John Boultbee, son of the Rev. John Herbert, The Garth, 
Monmouth, aged 13, December 20. Anstey 

Jex Blake, Thomas William, son of Thomas Jex-Blake, Esq., Doctors' 
Commons, aged 12, January 26. Cotton 

Exhibitioner, 1851. Scholar of University College, Oxford, 1851. First Class, 
Classical Moderations, 1853. B.A. First Class, Classics, 1855. Fellow and Tutor 
of Queen's College, 1855. M.A. 1857. Assistant Master at Rugby, 1858-68. 
Principal of Cheltenham College, 1868-74. B. and D.D. 1873. Headmaster of 
Rugby, 1874. Resigned 1887. Rector of Alvechurch, 1886. Dean of Wells, 1891. 
F.8 A. Athenaeum Club. The Deanery, Wells, Somerset. 

Drummoud, Henry Atherton, son of the Rev James Drummond, Achurch 
Rectory, Oundle, aged 13, February 14. Grenfell 

Coney, Bicknell Gould, second son of the Rev. Thomas Boucher Coney, 
Pucklechurch, Bristol, aged 14, January 5. Penrose 

Exeter College, Oxford, B.A. 1853. Late Major, 17th Lancers. Died at Towyn, 
January, 1879. 

Crawfurd, Walter James Samuel, son of John Crawfurd, Esq., Blackbrook, 
Monmouth, aged 13, July 1. Price 

Crawfurd, Oswald John Frederick, son of the above John Crawfurd, Esq., 
aged 10, March 18. Price 

Also at Eton. Merton College, Oxford, 1853. Formerly Consul at Oporto. 
C.M.G., 1890. Has published Essays, etc., under various pseudonyms. 
Athenaeum Club. 

Smith, John Simm, son of John S. Smith, Esq., Tower Hill, Trinity 
Square, London, aged 13, June i5. Arnold 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1854. Sometime an Actuary at Liverpool. 
Of Croydon, Surrey. 



30 Tait, 1842-50. 



Grenfell, John, son of Admiral John Grenfell, the Brazilian Service, 
Montevideo, aged 14. December 2. Grenfell 

Commissioner of Crown Lands for the Fort Bourke District, New South Wales. 
Died from a wound received when resisting an attack by Bushrangers on 
Her Majesty's Mails at Narromine, 8 December, 1866. 

Burchell, William, son of William Burchell, Esq., 44, Upper Bedford 
Place, London, aged 13. February 26. Price 

Formerly a Solicitor, 5, Broad Sanctuary, Westminster. 

Clerke, Charles Longueville, fourth son of Sir William Clerke, Bart., 74, 
Baker Street, London, aged 15. April 19. Penrose 

Christ's College, Cambridge, 1848. Of Heath House, Aston-on-Clun. 

Miller, Alexander Edward, son of Alexander Miller. Esq., Ballycastle, 
Antrim, aged 15. August 29. Left October, 1847. Penrose 

Trinity College, Dublin, B.A., First Gold Medal, and Vice-Chancellor's Greek 
Verse and English Prose, 1852. Hon. LL.D., 1875. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's 
Inn, 1854. Q.C., 1872. Railway Commissioner, 1877. Master in Lunacy, 1889. 
Member of the Council of the Governor-General of India, 1890. C.S.I., 1895. 
Knighted, 1889. Of Whitehall, Ballycastle, Co. Antrim. 

Macaulay, William Henry, son of Thomas Macaulay, Esq., Leicester, aged 
1 5, February 13. Mayor 

A Solicitor at Leicester. Died 19 July, 1900. 

Humphrys, John Winter, second son of William Humphrys, Esq , 
Bally haise House, Co. Cavan, aged 14, September 23. Highton 

Of Ballyhaise House. Died 1884. 

Nunn, Thomas William, son of Thomas Nunn, Esq., Manningtree, Essex, 
aged 11, October 25. Penrose 

Of Lawford House, Manningtree, Essex. 

Knight, John Watson, son of Valentine Knight, Esq., Finchley Common, 
Middlesex, aged 14, March 20. School 

D.L. for Tower Hamlets. Of 33, Hyde Park Square. Junior Carlton Club. 

Knight, Antony, son of the above Valentine Knight, Esq., aged 12, 
October 24. School 

Marshall, William, third son of William Marshall, Esq., Penwortham Hall, 
Preston, Lancashire, aged 13, August 31. School 

University College, Oxford, B.A. 1852. Vicar of Ilton, Somerset, 1852. Of 
Penwortham Hall, 1875. Died 8 June, 1879. 

Oldfield, Edward Colnett, son of Thomas Brame Oldfield, Esq., Champion 
Hill, Camberwell, aged 14, November 15. Mayor 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1852, M.A, 1855. Rector of Minchinhampton, 
Gloucestershire, 1865. Died 17 August, 1891. 

Jones, John Inglis, eldest son of the late John Jones, and Mrs. Philips, 18, 
Sussex Square, Brighton, aged 15, July 15. Price 

Christ Church, Oxford, 1847. Formerly in the Horse Guards. Of Derry Ormond, 
Co. Cardigan, J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff, 1852. Died 15 December, 1879. 

Lloyd, George Martin, son of Thomas Lloyd, Esq., Bronwydd, Cardigan- 
shire, aged 13, October 30. School 
Died 1849. 



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Brown, Lancelot Charles, son of the Rev. T, O. Brown, Adisham Rectory, 
Kent, aged 15, May 4. Cotton 

Formerly Captain, llth Regiment. 

Bull, Robert, son of the Rev. William Bull, Sowerby, Halifax, aged 13, 
September 8 Cotton 

Cox, Charles William, son of the Rev. John Cox, Fairstead Rectory, 
With am, Essex, aged 14, December 2. Arnold 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1852, M.A. 1856. Rector of Malpas, Lower 
Mediety, Cheshire, 1862. Died about 1885. 

Brooksbank, Arthur, second son of the Rev. Edward Hawke Brooksbank, 
Pickhall, Rotherham, aged 13, May 19. School 

Captain, 38th Regiment. Present at the Siege of Sebastopol. Distinguished at 
the Attack on the Malakoff Tower, 18 June, 1855. Of Middleton Hall, Beverley. 
Army and Navy Club. 

Taylor, Edward Cavendish, third son of Frederick Farmer Taylor, Esq., 
Chicknell House, Bridgnorth, aged 13, January 20. Grenfell 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1853, M.A. 1856. F.Z.S. Sometime in Holy 
Orders, but has renounced under the Act. 

Maude, Charles Henry, second son of Captain Hon. Francis Maude, R.N., 
10, Gloucester Terrace. London, aged 13, August/ 31. Cotton 

Late Madras Native Infantry. Of 10, Elm Park Gardens, London, S.W. 
St. Stephen's Club. 

Mills, Charles Sidney Davers, nephew of the Rev. Robert Davers, 
Bradfield St. George, Bury, Suffolk, aged 15, November 7. Grenfell 

Perceval, Spencer, son of Spencer Perceval, Esq., Ealing, Middlesex, 
aged 15, September 20. Grenfell 

Also at Harrow School. Caius College, Cambridge, B.A. 1852. Barrister-at-Law, 
Lincoln's Inn, 1854. Revising Barrister for the City of London, 1870. Died 
January, 1890. 

Hulton, Edward Chichesber, son of the Rev. Thomas Hulton, Gaywood, 
King's Lynn, aged 13, May 5. Arnold 

Jenkinson, Thomas Barge, third son of William Jenkinson, Esq , Salford, 
Manchester, aged 14, November, 23. Anstey 

Pembroke College, Oxford, B.A. 1852. Vicar of Hilderstone, Hants, 1860-3, of 
Christchurch, Hants, 1863-4. Rector of Farway, Devon, 1892. Died about 1900. 

Monckton, John Braddick, son of John Monckton, Esq., Ashley House, 
Maidstone, aged 12, July 6- Price 

A Solicitor in Gray's Inn. Town Clerk of the City of London 1873-1902. F.S.A. 
Knighted, 1880 Held the Queen's Jubilee Medal, and several Foreign Orders. 
Died at 29, Cranley Gardens, S.W., 3 February, 1902. 

Sandham, Henry, son of Major Henry Sandham, Woolwich, aged 12, 
March 13 Mayor 

Sometime in business in Russia. Afterwards in the Science and Art Department, 
South Kensington Museum from 1857. Died in London, 13 August, 1892. 

Blackwell, Eardley John, son of Mrs. Black well, Lee Road, Blackheath, 
Kent, aged 12, May 27. Mayor 



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Ramsay, James Henry, eldest son of George Eamsay, Esq., afterwards 
Baronet, Rugby, aged 12. May 21. Town 

Exhibitioner, 1853. Christ Church, Oxford, Student 1854-61, B.A., First Class in 
Classics and Law and Modern History, 1855. M.A. 1858. Barrister-at-Law, 
Lincoln's Inn, 1863. Succeeded his father as tenth Baronet, 1871. Of Banff 
House, Perthshire. Oxford and Cambridge Club. 

Ranisay, William, second son of the above Sir George Ramsay, aged 10, 
June 15. Town 

Corpus Christi College, Oxford, 1853. First Class in Classical Moderations. 
Indian Civil Service. J.P. for Hants. Of Clevelands, Bassett, Southampton. 
Died 30 November, 1901. 

Nicholetts, John Toller, son of John Nicholetts, Esq., South Petherton, 
Somerset, aged 16. December 23. Grenfell 

A Solicitor at South Pethertou. Under Sheriff for Somersetshire. J.P. Of the 
Manor House, Brent Knoll, Somerset. 

Barnard, Mordaunt Roger, son of the Rev. Mordaunt Barnard, Amwell 
Vicarage, Herts, aged 15, December 22. Q-renfell 

Christ's College, Cambridge, B.A. Junior Optime, 1851. Formerly British 
Chaplain at Christiania. Vicar of Morgaretting from 1863. Author of " Life of 
Thorwaldsen." 

Townsend, Richard Bowdler, eldest son of Richard Edward Austin 
Townsend, Esq., Norwood aged 15, March 26. Price 

University College, Oxford, 1848. Died at Norwood, Surrey, 10 February, 1852. 
A window is erected to his memory in the School Chapel. 

Birch, Priestly, third son of Lea Birch, Esq., Manchester, aged 15, June 1. 

Price 
Captain, Devon Militia. Died 9 June, 1867. 

Malton, Stewart, son of William Malton, Esq., 36, Wimpole Street, 
London, aged 13, August 28. Price 

Exhibitioner, 1849. Trinity College, Cambridge, Scholar, 1849. Died on his way 
to join a Reading Party, 1851. 

Hughes, Hugh, son of Hugh Hughes, Esq., Hoddesden, Hertfordshire, 
aged 14, December 19. School 

Otter, Francis, eldest son of Francis Otter, Esq., and nephew of Mrs. 
Greenwood. Rugby, aged 12, November 4. Town 

Corpus Christi College, Oxford, Scholar 18 , B.A., First Class in Mathematics, 
1854, M.A., Fellow, 1856, Tutor, Vice-President. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's 
Inn, 1867. J.P. for Lincolnshire, and M.P. for the Louth Division, 1885-6. Died 
in London, 29 May, 1895. 

Cruikshank, Alexander, son of Alexander Cruikshank, Esq., Keithock, 
Foiiar, aged 13. June 21. School 

Vice-Rector of the Collegio Pio at Rome. Author of several published Sermons. 

Turner, Henry Whichcote, son of Major-General Turner, Commanding 
Southern District of Ireland, aged 14, September 24. Grenfell 

Captain, 1st Battalion 1st Royal Regiment. Engaged at the Battles of the Alma 
and Inkerman, and other operations in the Crimea. Died in Camp before 
Sebastopol, 1 March 1856. 

Coulthurst, William Henry, son of John Nicholas Coulthurst, Esq., 
Gargrave House, Skipton, aged 15, February 6. School 

Magdalene College, Cambridge, LL.B. 1854. Vicar of Giggleswick, 1853. Died 
September, 1892. 



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Barton, James Warner, eldest son of the Rev. Henry Jonas Barton, 
Wicken, Northamptonshire aged 14, October 14. School 

Exeter College, Oxford, B.A. 1853. Vicar of Stramshall, Staffordshire, 1859-79. 
Of 3, Clarendon Square, Leamington. 

Owen, Roger Carmichel Robert, son of Captain Robert Owen, Milmount, 
Graig, Wexford, aged 15, September 25. Anstey 

IVEosley, Rowland, fourth son of Ashton Nicholas Mosley, Esq., Barmaston, 
Derby, aged 14, March 9. Pen-rose 

Exeter College, Oxford, B.A. 1852. Rector of Egginton, Co. Derby. 1857. Died 
22 July, 1888. 

Becher, William Nicolas, son of Sir William Becher, Bart., Ballygiblin. 
Mallow, Co. Cork, aged 13, August 25. School 

Trinity College, Cambridge. Late Lieutenant, 62nd Regiment. Of Castle Hyde, 
Fermoy. Junior United Service Club. 

Fitz-Gerald, John, sixth son of Gerald Fitz-Gerald, Esq., 17, St. James's 
Square, "Bath, aged 14, July 24. Grenfell 

University College, Oxford, B.A. 1853, M.A. 1863. Vicar of St. Pancras, Camden 
Town, 1857. Died August, 1896. 

Philips, John Capel, sou of John Burton Philips, Esq., The Heath House, 
Cheadle, aged 12, October 9. Anstey 

Formerly Captain, 23rd Regiment. J.P. and D.L. Of The Heath House, 
Cheadle, Staffordshire. 

Marshall, George Hibbert, second son of William Marshall, Esq., M.P., 
Edge Grove, Watford, aged 11. October 28. 

Of Patterdale Hall, Westmoreland. J.P. Died 1887. 

Wemyss, Frederick, son of Colonel Thomas James Wemyss, Smedley Hall, 
Manchester, aged 12, October 31. Price 

65th Regiment. Died in New Zealand, 1858. 

Wright, John Robson Lane, only son of James Wright, Esq., 19, Beaumont 
Street, Oxford, aged 14, May 1. School 

Worcester College, Oxford, 1849. B.A. St. Mary Hall, 1856. 

Tragett, Thomas Heathcote, son of the Rev. Thomas Heathcote Tragett, 
Awbridge, Romsey, aged 14, August 8. Grenfell 

Corpus Christi College, Oxford. B.A. St. Mary Hall, 1853. Lieutenant, 57th 
Regiment. Killed at Taranaki, New Zealand, 4 May, 1863. 

Giles, Peter, son of James Giles, Esq., Haling Park, Croydon, Surrey, 
aged 1 5, July 9. Anstey 

Died at Pietermaritzburg, South Africa, 1877. 

Robertson, William James, son of William Robertson, Esq., Kinloch- 
moidart, Inverness, aged 15, June 10. Price 

Captain, 30th Regiment. Engaged at the Siege of Sebastopol, 1855. Died 
26 June, 1869. 

Morgan, Eusebius Hamilton, son of Mrs. Morgan, Nant-y-deri, Gertrey, 
Monmouth, aged 15, June 7. Town 

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Wimberley, Charles Irvine, second son of the Rev. Charles Wimberley, 
Jiugby, aged 14, April 24. Town 

Pembroke College, Oxford, 1850. Exhibitioner, University College, 1851-3, 
B A. 1854, M.A. 1857. Vicar of Hartlip, 1866-76, of Sibertswold, Kent, 1876-88, 
and of East Chinnock, Somerset, 1888-96. Of Chieveley House, Newbury. 

Longlands, Herbert Penderel, eldest son of the Rev. William David 
Longlands, Guerans Rectory, Tregony, Cornwall, aged 15. 
July 2 1 . Grenfell 

Balliol College, Oxford, B.A. 1858, M.A. 1883. Held various Government 
Appointments in South Africa, 1858-77. Served with the Griqualand Field 
Force, 1877-8. Captain, Border Horse, serving against Secocoeni, 1879-80, and in 
Boer War, 1880-1. Medal and Clasp. Editor "Natal Witness," 1902. Of 
Maritzburg, Natal. 

Warren, Arthur Frederick, son of the late Pelham Warren, M.D., Worting 
House, Basingstoke, aged 14, July 29. Anstey 

Major-General, C.B. Served with the Rifle Brigade in the Crimean War, 
1854-5, including the Battle of the Alma and Siege of Sebastopol Medal with 
two Clasps, 5th Class Medjidie, and Turkish Medal. Served in the Indian 
Mutiny Campaign, 1857-9, at the Actions at Cawnpore and Capture of Lucknow. 
Medal and Clasp. Commanded the 2nd Battalion, Rifle Brigade, in the Ashanti 
War, and was at the Battle of Amoaful, and Capture of Coomassie, 1874. 
Of Worting House, Basingstoke. 

Sidebottom, George Kershavv, son of Joseph Sidebottom, Esq., Mottram, 
Manchester, aged 13, November 15. Price 

Captain, 5th Dragoon Guards. Died at sea, after serving in the Crimean War, 
20 July, 1855. 

Bright, William Webb Follett, second son of Richard Bright, Esq., M.D., 
11, Savile Row. London, aged 13. June 11. Arnold 

Gold Medal, 1850. Died at Trinity College, Cambridge, 1851. Memorial Tablet 
in School Chapel. 

ENTRANCES IN FEBRUARY, 1845, 

Brandreth, Arthur, son of Thomas Shaw Brandreth, Esq., Worthing, 
aged 12, June 21. Anstey 

Haileybury College. Prizeman and Gold Medallist. Indian Civil Service, 
1851-82. Commissioner at Jullundur, Bengal, and Judge at Lahore. Donor of a 
permanent Indian Essay Prize in the School. Died in London, 5 December, 1892. 

Irby, John James Charles, son of the Hon. Captain Irby, R.N., 6, Sion 
Place, Bath, aged 14, August 16. School 

Captain, 47th Regiment. Engaged at the Battles of the Alma and Inkerman. 
Wounded in the Repulse of the Sortie, 26 October, 1854, and again in the Attack 
on the Quarries, so severely injured that his left leg had to be amputated. 
Mentioned in despatches. Medal and three Clasps, and Turkish Medal. 
Adjutant of Chelsea Hospital, 1855. Honorary Major. Died 20 May, 1895. 

Bennett, Harwell Ewins Worthington, son of Barwell Ewins Bennett, 
Esq., Marston Trnssell, aged 14, July 22. School 

Oriel College, Oxford, B.A. 1853, M.A. 1856. Rector of Corby, Thrapstone, 1873. 
Died 25 December, 1895. 

Davenport, George Horatio, second son of John Davenport, Esq., Vaenol, 
Bangor, aged 12, August 1. School 

Oriel College, Oxford, B.A. 1854, M.A. 1857. Rector of Stanford-on-Soar, 1881-87, 
and of Mansel Lacy, Hereford, 1890-94. Of Foxley, Yazor, Hereford. 



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Colpoys, Edward Stunner Griffith, eldest son of the Rev. James Adair 
Colpoys, Droxford Rectory, Bishop's Waltham, aged 14, 
December 20. Cotton 

Worcester College, Oxford, 1854. 

Craig, ttobert, sou of the Rev. John Craig, Vicar of Leamington Priors, 
aged 13, August 30. 

Was not on the School List, and must have left at Easter. 

Battine, William Alexander, son of Major-Gen. Battirie, O.B., East 
Indian Service, Cheltenham, aged 14, January 15. School 

Major, 2nd Dragoon Guards. Served as Adjutant, 16th Bengal Irregular Cavalry 
on the Peshawur Frontier, 1854-6, and on General Outram's Staff in the Persian 
Expedition, 1857, and present at the Capture of Mohumrah. Medal and Clasp. 
Served on General Havelock's Staff during the Indian Mutiny, and at the Relief 
of Lucknow, 1857. Two Medals and Clasps. Adjutant, Warwickshire Yeomanry, 
1868-77. Of The Grove, Langley, Slough, Bucks. 

Parke, Jemmett, son of Sir William Parke, Knt., Dunally, Sligo, Ireland, 
aged 15, June 22. School 

Died 25 December, 1866. 

Morris, Western George, son of John Carnac Morris, Esq., Civil Service, 
Madras, aged 11. February 26. Congreve 

Lieutenant-Colonel, Madras Cavalry, 1876. Junior United Service Club. 

Green, Thomas Lingard, eldest son of John Green, Esq., Woburn, 
Bedfordshire, aged 14, August 2. Congreve 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. 1853, M.A. 1856. Vicar of Sudbury, Suffolk, 1879-93. 
Rector of Tingrith, Bedfordshire, 1899. Hon. Canon of Ely, 1900. Died 13 
January, 1902. 

Eden, Morton Robert, son of Robert Eden, Esq., Hampton Court, aged 14, 
May 9. Cotton 

Lieutenant-Colonel, 1877. Retired, 1879. Served with the 56th Regiment in the 
Crimean War. at the Siege of Sebastopol and final assault, 1855. Medal and Clasp, 
and Turkish Medal. Died in London, 30 August, 1900. 

Bridge, George John, son of George Bridge, Esq., Woodhouse, Shepherd's 
Bush, Middlesex, aged 13, February 13. Mayor 

Lieutenant-Colonel, 1st Dragoon Guards. Retired 1867, and appointed one of 
Her Majesty's Corps of Gentlemen-at-Arms. 

Patch, Henry, son of John Patch, 5), Upper Gower Street, aged 13, 
July 4. Mayor 

St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1854, M.A. 1857. Rector of Winchelsea, 1883. 

Marshall, Robert Manning, third son of William Skinner Marshall, Esq., 
x 4, Hyde Park Square, aged 12, October 22. Anstey 

Exeter College, Oxford, B.A. 1855, M.A. 1858. Rector of Hedenham, Bungay, 
from 1859. 

Schuster, Samuel Leo, son of Leo Schuster, Esq., Hopefield, Manchester, 
aged 14, October 11. Congreve 

Captain, 3rd Surrey Militia. Of Iver Park, Bucks. Died 1884. 

Tunnicliff, Charles Key, son of William K. Tunnicliff, Esq., Surgeon, 
Tewkesbury, aged 15, April 6. Stanley 



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Percival, James Stanley, son of Stanley Percival, Esq., Allerton, Liverpool, 
aged 13, January 14. Price 

Emmanuel College, Cambridge, B.A. 1855, M.A. 1858. Vicar of St. Mark's, 
Peterborough, 1872. Died 22 December, 1873. 

Orlebar, Richard, eldest son of Richard Longuet debar, Esq., Hinwick, 

Wellingborough, aged 11, April 10. Penrose 

Christ Church, Oxford, B.A. 1855. J.P. for Northants. Of Park House, Hinwick. 

Trench, Thomas Richard Frederick, son of Thomas Trench, Esq., 
Millicent, Naas, Kildare, aged 15, August 18. Highton 

Assumed the name of COOKE-TRENCH, 1858. J.P. and D.L. for Co. Kildare. Of 
Millicent, Sallins, Kildare. 

Ramsden, John Plumptre, sixth son of -Herbert Ramsden, Esq., Carlton 
Hall. Worksop, aged 12, March 8. Mayor 

Of North House, Carlton, Notts. 

Hornby, Edward William, second son of Hugh Hornby, Esq., Sandown, 
Liverpool, aged 15, October 21. Anstey 

Died 19 October, 1873. 

Hopkins, Francis Powell, son of William Hopkins, Esq., St. Peter's 
College, Cambridge, aged 15, October 8. Price 

Major, 15th Regiment. Retired. 

Home, William, son of Donald Home, Esq., 10, Athol Crescent, Edinburgh, 
aged 14, January 22. Penrose 

Caius College, Cambridge, B.A. 1859, M.A. 1863. Rector of St. Helen, Ipswich, 
1873-7. Vicar of Christ Church, St. Alban's, 1890-6. Rector of Clapton-in- 
Gordano, Portishead, Somerset, from 1896. 

Pemberton, Edward John, third son of Edward Pemberton, Esq., Plas- 
Issa, Mold, Flintshire, aged 15, October 4. Arnold 

Jesus College, Oxford, B.A. 1851, M.A. 1854. Sometime Chaplain, R.N. Of 
Stour House, Sudbury, Suffolk. Died 1886. 

White, Arthur, only son of William Marriott White, Esq., Ashley Place, 
Bristol, aged 14, February 14. 

Magdalen Hall, Oxford, 1848. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 1858. F.R.G.S. 
and F.G.S. Died 22 August, 1878. 

Lindsay, George, son of the late J. Lindsay, Esq., Ceylon, and ward of 
Sir John Wilson, K.C.B., aged 13, February 28. Arnold 

MedlyCOtt, William Coles Paget, son of Sir William Medlycott, Bart., 
Yen House, Milborne Port, aged 18, June 6. School 

J.P. for Somerset and Dorset. Succeeded his father as third Baronet, 1882. Died 
8 January, 1887. 

Musgrave, Vernon, soil of the Ven. Charles Musgrave, Archdeacon of 
Craven, Halifax, aged 13, February 17. Cotton 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A., Jnnior Optime, 1853, M.A. 1857. Rector of 
Hascombe, Surrey, from 1862. Hon. Canon of Winchester Cathedral. Proctor 
in Convocation. 

Delme-Radcliffe, Frederick Peter Russell, son of F. P. Delme-Radcliffe, 
Esq., Hitchin Priory, Herts, aged 12, September 6. Highton 

First Lieutenant, 23rd Welsh Fusiliers. Led the 1st Company to the Attack of 
the Russian Batteries at the Alma, amid showers of grape and shell, and fell 
shot through the heart when within some thirty yards of the enemy, 
20 September, 1854. 



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Temple, William Henry, son of Richard Temple, Esq., The Nash, Kempsey, 
Worcestershire, aged 14, September 19. Price 

Gonne, Henry, son of Charles Gonne, Esq., 19, Gloucester Place, London, 
aged 13, April 2. Anstey 

Bengal Civil Service, 1851. Died of fever caught in the jungle below the Nepaul 
Hills, while escaping from a pursuing baud of Rebels, 24 September, 1857. 

Gooch, George Cecil, son of the Rev. William Gooch, Stainton, Stockton- 
on-Tees, aged 12, April 20. Anstey 

Went to Haileybury, but gave up the Indian Civil Service during the Crimean 
War. Gazetted Ensign, 93rd Highlanders, 19 May, 1855. Present at the Fall of 
Sebastopol. Served through the whole Indian Mutiny Campaign, and was at 
Lucknow, &c. Died October, 1892. 

Campbell, Richard Frederic Fotheringham, son of James Campbell, Esq., 
Craigie House, Ayrshire, aged 13, September 30. Gongreve 

Captain, 8th Madras Cavalry. Served on the Staff during the Indian Mutiny 
Campaign, 1857-8. J.P. and D.L. for Ayrshire. M.P. for the Ayr Burghs, 1880 
and 1886. Died 27 May, 1888. 

Thursby, William Ford, son of the Rev. William Thursby, Ormerod 
House, Burnley, aged 14, August 24. Gongreve 

Emmanuel College, Cambridge, LL.B., 1855. Rector of Burgh Apton, Norfolk, 
1864. Died 26 May, 1892. 

Wright, Thomas, son of the Rev. Charles Wright, Sfc. Peter's Vicarage, 
Derby, aged 15, January 15. Arnold 

Thornhill, Henry Jordan, sixth son of George Thornhill, Esq.. Diddington 
Park, Hunts, aged 12, July 25. Stanley 

A Solicitor, Lincoln's Inn. Died 29 July, 1890 

Stafford, Charles Theomartyr, son of Robert Stafford, Esq., 5, Smith 
Square, Westminster, aged 14, March 28. Price 

Milford, Robert Newman, fourth son of John Milford, Esq.,Coaver House, 
Exeter, aged 16, February 8. Penrose 

Balliol College, Oxford, B.A. 1851, M.A. 1854. Rector of East Knoyle, Wilts, 
from 1865. Author of " History of Farnham Castle." 

Bush, Benry Stratton, son of Henry Bush, Esq., Litfield House, Clifton, 
Bristol, aged 13, February 6. Mayor 

Major, retired. Served with the 41st Regiment in the Crimean War, present at 
the Battle of the Alma, severely wounded at Inkerman, and engaged in the 
Siege of Sebastopol, 1855. Died at Alphington, 30 October, 1887. 

Payne, Salusbury Gillies, only son of Sir Charles Gillies Payne, Bart., 
Blunham House, St. Neots, aged 15, April 25. Stanley 

Brasenose College, Oxford, B.A. 1852. Barrister -at-Law, Middle Temple, 1857. 
Succeeded his father, 1870. J.P. for Bedfordshire. Died 10 December, 1893. 

Glrardot, Charles Nassau, second son of the Rev. John Girardot, 
Carcolston, Notts, aged 13, May 2. Penrose 

University College, Oxford, B.A. 1854. 

Sandeman, Thomas Fraser, son of Hugh Fraser Sandeman, Esq., 14, 
Dorset Square, London, aged 13, July 23. Anstey 

Of 23, Oxford Square, London. Died 1888. 



38 Tail, 1842-50. 



Rocke, James Harwood, son of the late Rev. Richard Hill Rocke, and 
ward of the Rev. T. J. Rocke, Exmouth, Devonshire, aged 15, 
July 31. Mayor 

Major-General, C.B. Served with the 2nd Queen's Royal Regiment in the Kaffir 
War, 1851-2. Served with the 18th Regiment in the New Zealand War, 1863-6, 
and honourably mentioned. Inspector-General of Recruiting, April, 1888. 
Retired, 1891. J.P. for Devon. Of Teneriffe House, Exmouth. 

Sandford, John Douglas, fourth son of the Rev. John Sandford,Dunchurch, 
aged 12, August 3. School 

Trinity College, Oxford, Scholar, 1851. First Class in Moderations, Classics and 
Mathematics, B.A. First Class in Classics, 1855, M.A. 1870. Bengal Civil Service. 
Judicial Commissioner, Mysore. Retired, 1882. Died, at Windsor, 26 May, 1892. 

Lambert, Ernest John, second son of Francis John Lambert, Esq., 6, 
Kensington Garden Terrace, London, aged 15, Dec. 29. Penrose 
Edinburgh University, 1850. M.D. Paris, 1870. Union Club, London, S.W. 

Sykes, Christopher, son of Sir Tatton Sykes, Barb., Gledmere, Yorkshire, 
aged 14, January 10. Gongreve 

Trinity College, Cambridge. J.P. and D.L. for East Riding of Yorkshire M.P. 
for Beverley, 1865-8, for East Riding, 1868-85, and Buckrose Division, 1885-92. 
Of Brantingham Thorpe, Yorks. Died in London, 15 December, 1898. 

Davies, Charles Bolton, only son of the Rev. Morgan Davies, Northop, 
Flintshire, aged 14, December 27. Penrose 

Lincoln College, Oxford, 1847. 

Stevenson, Charles Aldersey, son of the Rev. Charles Stevenson, Callen, 
Co. Kilkenny, aged 15, December 9. Price 

Major, 47th Regiment. Served in the Crimean War, and engaged at the Alma 
and Inkerman. Died at Nice from hardships endured at the Siege of Sebastopol, 
13 March, 1857. 

Hanbury, Octavius Richard, only son of the late Octavius Hanbury, Ksq , 
and nephew of Edward Hanbury, Esq., Hacheston, Wickham 
Market, aged 14, February 16. Price 

Trinity CoUege, Oxford, 1848. University Eleven, 1849. Settled for some time 
in the Western States of America. Died at Barnet, 1876. 

Wilkinson, Charles Ellis, son of Hooper John Wilkinson, Esq., Walsham, 
Suffolk, aged 15, August 6. Arnold 

Bowei'j Robert Hartley, eldest son of Robert Bower, Esq., Welham, 
Malton. Yorkshire, aged 12, July 9. Price 

Of Welham, Marton. Banker at Beverley. J.P and D.L. Died 25 May, 1886. 

Beechey. Frederick Stapleton, son of Captain F. W. Beechey, R.N , 
Lanphey Park, Pembroke, aged 13, October 30. Mayor 

Olivier, Dacres, second son of Lieutenant-Col. Henry Stephen Olivier, 
Potterne Manor House, Devizes, aged 13, October 26. Arnold 

Christ Church, Oxford, B.A. 1853, M.A. 1856. Rector of Wilton, 1867, and 
Chaplain to Earls of Pembroke, 1867 and 1895. Prebendary in Salisbury 
Cathedral, 1874. Of Wilton Rectory, Salisbury. 

O'Donnell, George Glendinning, son of Sir Richard O'Donnell, Barb., 
Newport House, Mayo, aged 12, June 14. Arnold 

Formerly in the Army. Knighted, 1865, as the eldest son of a Baronet. 
Succeeded his father as fifth Baronet, 1879. Died at Norwood, 22 January, 1889. 

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Haig, James Richard, son of David Haig, Esq., Lochrin, near Edinburgh, 
aged 13, December 28. Gongreve 

Of Blairhill, Co. Stirling. J.P. and D L. for Kinross. Died 1896. 

Wingfield, Charles George, eldest son of the Rev. Charles Wingfield, The 
Gro, Newtown, Montgomeryshire, aged 12, April 21. Arnold 

Of Onslow Hall, Salop. High Sheriff, 1873. J.P. and D.L. Died 5 May, 1891. 

WMtbread, William, second son of Samuel Charles Whitbread, Esq., 
Cardington. Bedford aged 10, August 6. Arnold 

Manager of the Family Brewery. Died 1879. 

Beale, Samuel, son of Thomas Beale, Esq. .Upton on-Severn, Worcestershire, 
aged 13, January 25. Anstey 

Formerly a Solicitor in Worcester, and Registrar of Malvern County Courts. 

Dowbiggin, Montagu Hamilton, son of W. H. Dowbiggin, Esq., nephew of 
Lord Panmnre Birnam Lodge, Dunkeld, Perthshire, aged 13, 
January 15. School 

Major, 4th Regiment. Served in the Battles of the Crimean War, and at the 
Siege of Sebastopol, 1854-5. Knight of the Legion of Honour, 1856. Lieutenant- 
Colonel. Commanded the 99th Regiment in several Actions in China, 1860, and 
present at the Surrender of Pekin. Died 3 February, 1866. 

Magniac, Berbert St. Leger, son of Hollingworth Magniac, Esq.,Colmworth, 
Bedford, aged 15, February 26. Penrose 

Sometime in business in China. 

Daubeny, Andrew Richard, eldest son of the Rev. Andrew Alfred 
Daubeny, Eedlands, Bristol, aged 15, November 19. Congr&ve 

Exeter College, Oxford, B.A. 1851. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 1860. 
Died 1875. 

Bright, James Franck, third son of Richard Bright, Esq., M.D., 11, Saville 
Row, London, aged 12, May 29. Arnold 

University College, Oxford, B.A. First Class in Law and Modern History, 1855. 
MA. 1858. Fellow, 1874-81. Master from 1881. D.D. Editor of " Thomson's 
Seasons," and Author of a " History of England." Athenseum Club. 

Monck, Lambert William, son of Charles Atticus Monck,Esq., Bumshaugh, 
near Hexham. aged 9, February 10. Price 

Died at School, 1847. 

ENTRANCES IN AUGUST, 1845. 

Oakley, Charles TCdward, only son of the late Richard Cater Oakley, and 
Mrs. Oakley, Rugby, aged 13 January 9. Town 

Pembroke College, Oxford, Scholar, 1851. Demy of Magdalen College, 1853-5. 
First Class in Moderations. Theological Scholar, 1855. B.A. First Class in Law 
and Modern History, 1855. B.C.L. and M.A. 1858. Chaplain in the Crimea, 1855. 
Rector of St. Paul's, Covent Garden, 1863. Died 15 September, 1865. 

Oddie, Edward, son of Henry Hoyle Oddie, Esq., 65, Portland Place, 
London, aged 13, December 26. School 

A Solicitor in London. Of Piggott's Manor, Watford. Died 3 November, 1884. 

Stone, Edward Henry Montague, eldest son of Edward Gresley Stone, 
Esq., Chambers Court, Tewkesbury, aged 15, March 13. Congreve 

Wadham College, Oxford, B.A. 1855. Perpetual Curate of Queenhill, Worcester- 
shire, 1880. Died 1892. 



40 Tait, 1842-50. 



Baumgarten Warlow, Edward Picton, son of the late Captain Thomas 
Picton Warlow, and nephew of the Rev. 0. Baumgarten, Foley 
House, Malvern, aged 13. November 24 Congreve 

Late 1st Royal Dragoons. Now BAUMGARTEN. Of Oare House, Pewsey, Wilts. 

Synge, Samuel, son of the late John Synge, Esq., Q Ian more Castle, 
Wicklow, aged 11, November 24. Town 

Died before 1886. 

Synge, Richard, son of the above John Synge. Esq., aged 10, May 22. Town 
Died at School, 1846. 

Ffrench, Robert Percy, son of Robert Ffrench, Esq., Monivea Castle, 
Gralway. aged 12. October 9. School 

Formerly Secretary to the Legation at Brussels, 1862, Berne, 1868. Secretary of 
Embassy, Vienna, 1873. Retired, 1878. Died at Naples, 22 April, 1896. 

Walker, Frederick William, son of Mr. Thomas Walker, Rugby, aged 15, 
July 7. Town 

Exhibitioner, 1849. Corpus Christi College, Oxford, Scholar, 1849-59. First 
Class in Moderations. B.A. First Class in Classics, 1853. M.A. 1856. Fellow, 
1856-9. Viiierian Law Scholar, 1854. Barrister- at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 1858. 
Headmaster of Manchester School, 1859. High Master of St. Paul's School, 
London, from 1876. Hon. Fellow of Corpus, Oxford, 1894. 

Collins, Aretas John Verling, son of Mrs. Collins, Rugby, aged 8, 
April 16. Town 

Lieutenant, R.N. Served in the Baltic. Medal. 

Woodall, John Woodall, eldest son of John Woodall, Esq., Scarborough, 
aged 13, December 3. Arnold 

Oriel College, Oxford, B.A. First Class in Natural Science, 1854. Banker at 
Scarborough. Mayor, 1869, 1882, and 1886. J.P., Yorkshire. F.G.S. Masonic 
Grand Treasurer of England, 1885. Of 5, Queen's Mansions, Victoria Street, 
London. 

Woodall, Charles William, second son of the above John Woodall, Esq., 
aged 12. March 23. Arnold 

University College, Oxford, B.A. 1855. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1859. 
Midland Circuit. Oxford and Cambridge Club. 

Fryer, William Rolles, eldest son of William Rolles Fryer, Esq., Lytchet 
House, Wimborne. aged 15. November 9. Congreve 

Wadham College, Oxford, B.A. 1852. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1860. 
Western Circuit. Of Verwood Manor, Salisbury. J.P. for Dorset. Oxford and 
Cambridge Club. 

Fryer, Henry Charles, second son of the above William Rolles Fryer, Esq., 
aged 14, January 2. Congreve 

Wadham College, Oxford, B.A. 1854. J.P. and D.L. for Cardiganshire. Late 
Clerk of the Peace. Of 52, Marine Terrace, Aberystwith. 

Cave, Robert Haynes, only son of Nathaniel Cave, Esq., Caledonia Place, 
Clifton. Bristol, aged 14, November 27. Highton 

Exeter College, Oxford, B.A. 1853, M.A. 1862. Rector of Wolverton, Hants, 1880, 
and of Blyborough, Lincolnshire, 1894. Died about 1900. 

Trotter, Coutts, eldest son of the late Archibald Trotter, Esq., and Mrs. 
Trotter, Dreghorn, Edinburgh, aged 14, April 9. Congreve 

1850. Bengal Civil Service, 1854-59. Of , 



East India College, Haileybury, 
Dreghorn, Midlothian. 



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Moultrie, Arthur Austen, son of Major Moultrie, Rugby, aged 13, 
April 14. Town 

Lieutenant, 90th Regiment. Died at Lucknow, 26 September, 1857, from a 
wound received the previous day, whilst charging a Battery of the mutinous 
Sepoys. 

Grresley, Thomas, son of the Rev. Sir Nigel Gresley, Bart , Netherseale 
FTall, Ashby-de-la-Zouch, aged 13, January 17- School 

Succeeded his father as tenth Baronet, 1847. Lieutenant-Colonel, 1st Dragoon 
Guards. M.P. for South Derbyshire, 1868. Died 18 December, 1868. 

Longley, ETenry, eldest soji of the Right Rev. Charles Thomas, Lord 
Bishop of Ripon, aged 11, November 28 School 

Christ Church, Oxford, 1852, Student 1853-61, B.A. 1856, M.A. 1859, B.C.L. 1863. 
Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 1860. His father was afterwards Archbishop of 
Canterbury. First Charity Commissioner, 1885. C.B. 1887. K.C.B. 1889. Died 
at 8, Lowndes Street, 25 December, 1899. 

de Capel-Brooke, Richard Lewis, son of William de Capel- Brooke, Esq., 
afterwards Baronet, Market Harborough, aged 14, April 7. Anstey 

Trinity College, Cambridge, M.A. 1854. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1858. 
Captain, Leicestershire Yeomanry. J.P. Succeeded his father as fourth 
Baronet, 1886. Died at The Elms, Market Harborough, 3 February, 1892. 

Wynne, John Henry Cole, eldest son of Owen Wynne, Esq., Sligo, aged 
15, July 2. Anstey 

St. John's College, Oxford, 1849. J.P. for Co. Sligo. Of Ardaghowan, Sligo. 
Died 1873. 

King 1 , John Bishop, son of Dr. King, M.D., Montpelier Road, Brighton, 
aged 14, April 16. Cotton 

M. D. Formerly Medical Staff Appointment at Penang. Retired as Surgeon -Major. 

Groom, William Tate, son of Richard Groom, Esq., Henrietta Street, 
Cavendish Square, London, aged 14, August 10. Penrose 

Lieutenant, 1st European Fusiliers, Madras. Engaged with his Regiment during 
the whole of the Indian Mutiny Campaign. Wounded, 5 October, and died in 
Hospital at Lucknow, 21 October, 1857. 

Baker, Robert Lowbridge, eldest son of Robert Baker. Esq., West Hay, 
Bristol, aged 14, February 22. Price 

St. Peter's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1855, M.A. 1859. Rector of Wilcote and 
Vicar of Ramsden, Oxon. J.P. Of Ramsden. Oxfordshire. 

Campbell, Mungo Septimus, ninth son of Colin Campbell of Colgrain, 
Esq., Comis Escan, Dumbarton, aged 14, March 31. School 

Died 26 August, 1859. 

Blomfield, Charles James, son of the Right Rev. Charles James, Lord 
Bishop of London, aged 14, May 18. Arnold 

Audit Office, 1854. Residing in Chicago, 1902. 

Galton, Robert Cameron, fourth son of John Howard Galton, Esq., Hadsor 
House, Droitwich, aged 14, November 17. Price 

Trinity CoUege, Cambridge, B.A. 1853, M.B. 1856, M.L. 1858. University Eight, 
1854. Practised as a Doctor in London. Died 22 March, 1866. 
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42 Tait, 1842-50. 



Richardes, William John Stephens, son of William Richardes, Esq., 
Bryneithen, Aberystwith, aged 14, May 27. Price 

East India Company's 21st Hussars. Served through the Mutiny Campaign. 
Medals for Lucknow and Delhi. Died at St. Helena, 5 May, 1865. 

Cole, Edward Campbell Stuart, eldest son of Edward Henry Cole, Esq., 
Moor Abbey, Mouasterevin, Kildare, aged 13, September 30. Anstey 

Late Captain, Oxfordshire Militia, and served with that Regiment in Corfu 
during the Crimean War, 1855. D.L. for Oxon. J.P. for Oxon, Devon, and Co. 
Kildare. Of Stoke Lyne, Devon. 

Nicholls, Henry Cornelius, eldest son of the Rev. Henry Nicholls, 
Rockbeare, Exeter, aged 14, September 22. Anstey 

Exeter College, Oxford, 1850. Of Starcross, Exmouth. 

Kirkpatrick, Richard Temple Godman, son of Richard G. Kirkpatrick, 
Esq., Ryde, aged 13, July 1. Congreve 

Trinity College, Cambridge. Attach^ at Copenhagen, where he rescued his chief, 
Sir Augustus Paget, on the capsizing of a boat, under exceptionally difficult 
circumstances. Afterwards Secretary to the Legation at Washington, 1864, 
Vienna 1868, retired 1870. Of Tunbridge Wells. 

Wright, John, eldest son of Francis Wright, Esq., Osmaston, Derby, 
aged 14, June 21. Gongreve 

Assumed the name of OSMASTON, 1876, and 1897. J.P. for Derbyshire and 
Staffordshire. Of Osmaston, and of Hawkhurst Court, Billinghurst, Sussex. 

Bosanquet, Percival, third son of Augustus Henry Bosanquet, Esq., 
Osidge House, Southgate, aged 13, December 30. Mayor 

J.P. and D.L. for Herts. High Sheriff, 1896. Of Ponfield, Little Berkhampstead, 
Hertford. 

Clarkson, Thomas, son of Mrs. Dickenson, Playford, near Ipswich, aged 
14, June 12. Price 

Bullock, Stanley, son of Mrs. Bullock, 23, Beaufoy Terrace, Maida Vale, 
London, aged 15, May 10. Stanley 

Formerly Captain, 2nd Madras Cavalry. 

Pownall, Frederick Hyde, fourth son of Henry Pownall, Esq., Hounslow, 
Middlesex, aged 14, August 22. Anstey 

Of Cross Deep, Twickenham, Middlesex. 

Wolley, Edward, fourth son of the Rev. John Francis Thomas Wolley, 
(O.R.), Beeston Vicarage, Notts, aged 13, November 10. Stanley 

Lieutenant, 51st Light Infantry. Died in India, about 1857. His father entered 
the School as HURT, 1809. 

Rowsell, Evan Edward, eldest son of the Rev. Evan Edward Rowsell, 
Elstree Hill, Herts, aged 12, October 8. Ootton 

Practised as a Solicitor at Armidale, New South Wales. Died 1868. 

Deedes, Julius William, son of the Rev. Julius Deedes, Wittersham 
Rectory, Staplehurst, Kent, aged 14, December 20. Bradley 

Was two years in the School. Settled in Queensland, where he died, 1867. 



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Fisher, Ralph Bromfield, son of the Rev. Ralph Watkins Fisher, Rugby, 
aged 14, January 12. Town 

Captain, Cumberland Militia. Died near Tunbridge Wells, 1869. 

Fisher, Charles Edmond, son of the above Rev. Ralph Watkins Fisher, 
aged 13, June 6. Town 

Exeter College, Oxford, 1851. Major, Bombay Staff Corps. Served with the 
95th Regiment in 1858, at the Siege and capture of Kotah, the capture of Gwalior, 
and the Siege and capture of Pouree, where he was dangerously wounded. 
Medal and Clasp. Is Charles Edward in all Army Lists. Of Pentre Pant, 
Oswestry. 

Spicer, Northcote William, son of Northcote William Spicer, Esq., Chard, 

Somerset, aged 14 Bradley 

M.B.C.S. 1853. In practise as a Surgeon at Chard. Of Dunstone, Chard, Somerset. 

Aiming, James, son of William Anning, Esq , St. David's Hill, Exeter, 
aged 13, May 29. Stanley 

Greenwood, William, second son of the late Rev. William and Mrs. 

Greenwood, Rugby, aged 13, February 17. Town 

A Coffee and Tea Planter in Ceylon, 1857-72. Died in Ireland, 16 November, 1887. 

Price, Frederick Octavius, son of the late Frederick and Mrs. Price, 
Guernsey, aged 15, January 18. Price 

A brother of Mr. Bonamy Price, Eugby. Died at School. 

Bigge, Charles Selby, eldest son of Charles John Bigge, Esq., Bradley 
Hall, Newcastle-on-Tyne, aged 11, July 21. Price 

Christ Church, Oxford, 1853. Of Long Horsley, Morpeth. J.P. for Northumber- 
land. Died 16 January, 1889. 

Clement, Richard, eldest son of Hampden Clement, Esq., Snarestone, 
Atherstone, aged 13, June 10. Price 

University CoUege, Oxford, B.A. 1856, M.A. 1865. A Clerk in the Treasury. 
Killed in the hunting field near Bicester, 28 October, 1873. 

Gibson, James Watt, son of Mrs. Gibson, Heathfield House. Hands worth, 
Birmingham, aged 14, August 4. Price 

Magdalene CoUege, Cambridge. Of Doldowlod, Co. Radnor, and Heathfield 
Hall, Handsworth. J P. and D.L. for Co. Radnor. High Sheriff, 1858. Assumed 
the name of GIBSON WATT. Died at Brighton, 19 June, 1891. 

Lethbridge, Wroth, son of John Lethbridge, Esq., afterwards Baronet, 
Cosham Lodge, Portsmouth, aged 14, January 2. Arnold 

Formerly in the Rifle Brigade. Succeeded his father as fourth Baronet, 1873. 
Of Sandhill Park, Taunton. 

Scott, Robert Henry, son of James Smyth Scott, Esq., Q.O., Delgany, 
Wicklow,, aged 12, January 28. Arnold 

Dublin University. First Honours in Classics and Science, Chemistry and 
Geology, B.A. 1855, M.A. 1859, D.Sc. 1898. Gold Medal. Classical Scholarship. 
Diploma in Engineering. Secretary of the Meteorological Department, Board of 
Trade, 1867-99. F.R.S. 1870. Translator of Dore's " Law of Storms." Of 6, Elm 
Park Gardens, Londow, S.W. 

Buchanan, David, ward of George Dalziel, Esq., Thistle Street, 
Edinburgh, aged 15, January 16. Congreve 

Clare College, Cambridge, B A. 1852, M.A. 1855. A famous All England bowler, 
1868-74, and for over forty years Secretary of the Rugby Cricket Club, till his 
retirement in 1885. Died at Northfield House, Rugby, 31 May, 1900. 



44 Tait, 1842-50. 



Perryn, Richard Henry, son of Richard Gerard Perryn, Esq., Trafford 
Hall, Chester, aged 13, March 25. Arnold 

Of Carisbrooke House, Twickenham. 

Foord, Henry Barnard, son of the Rev. Henry Foord, Foxholes, 
Scarborough, aged 15, April 5. Stanley 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1852. Bowed in the University Eight. Died 
at Filey, 1866. 

Goschen, George Joachim, eldest son of William Henry Goschen, Esq., 
Eltham, Kent, aged 14. August 10. Price 

Exhibitioner 1850. Oriel College, Oxford, First Class in Moderations 1852, and 
Classics 1853, B A. and M.A. 1875, D.C.L. 1881, Hon. Fellow 1882. M.P. for the 
City of London, 1863-80, Ripon, 1880-5, Edinburgh City East, 1885-6, St. George's, 
Hanover Square, 1887-1900. Vice-President, Board of Trade, 1865-6. Chancellor of 
the Duchy of Lancaster, 1886. President, Poor Law Board, 1868-71. First Lord 
of the Admiralty, 1871-4 and 1895-1900. Chancellor of the Exchequer, 1887-92. 
Lord Rector of Aberdeen University, 1887, of Edinburgh University, 1890. 
Created VISCOUNT GOSCHEN, 1900. Of Seacox Heath, Hawkhurst. 

Lawrence, Hugh, son of James Lawrence, Esq., Park Hill, Liverpool, 
aged 14, May 14. Anstey 

Formerly a Shipbuilder in Liverpool, and subsequently an Engineer in Man- 
chester. Of Burford Road, Whalley Range. 

Bridges, John Henry, second son of the Rev. Charles Bridges, Old 
Newton, Suffolk, aged 12, October 11. Cotton 

Exhibitioner 1851. Wadham College, Oxford, Scholar 1851, B.A. 1855. Fellow 
of Oriel College, 1855-61. Arnold Historial Prize, 1856. B. Med. 1859. Inspector 
under the Local Government Board. Of 28, Ladbroke Gardens, London, W. 

Armstrong, John, son of the Rev. Marcus Armstrong, Moylough, Galway. 
Ireland, aged 15, October 5. 

Thomson, John Henry, son of Mrs, Thomson, 27, Waterloo Crescent, 
Dover, aged 13, February 3. Anstey 

Martin-Leake, William, third son of Stephen Martin Leake, Esq., 15, 
Nottingham Place, London, aged 14, April 23. Price 

St. John's College, Cambridge, Scholar, 1851. 29th Wrangler and Second Class in 
Classical Tripos, 1854, B.A. 1855, M.A. 1858. University Eleven, 1851-2-3-4. A 
Civil Engineer and employed in Ceylon in 1858. Became a Coffee planter, and 
subsequently introduced the cultivation of Chincona and Tea. Since 1873, 
Manager of Cement Works at Blackwall. Of 15, Alleyn Park, West Dulwich. 

Stewart, John Marcus, son of Sir Hugh Stewart, Bart.,Ballygawley House, 
Tyrone, Ireland, aged 14, November 19. Arnold 

Lieutenant, Inniskilling Dragoons. Served in the Crimean War. Succeeded as 
third Baronet, 1854. High Sheriff for Co. Tyrone, 1858. Of Ballygawley House, 
and Carrickmore House, Carrickmore, Co. Tyrone. 

FergUSSOn, James, eldest son of Sir Charles Dalrymple Fergusson, Bart., 
Kilkerran House, Ayrshire, aged 13, March 18. Mayor 

University College, Oxford, 1850. Succeeded as sixth Baronet, 1849. Lieutenant, 
3rd Battalion, Foot Guards. Served in the Crimean War, t the Alma, and 
wounded at Inkerman, 1854. Lieutenant-Colonel-Commandant Ayrshire Rifles. 
M.P. for Ayrshire, 1854-7 and 1859-68; for N.E. Manchester since 1885. Under 
Secretary for India, 1866, for Home Department, 1867-8, for Foreign Affairs, 
1886-91, Postmaster-General, 1891-2. Governor of South Australia, 1868-73, of New 
Zealand, 1873-5, of Bombay, 1880-5. G.C.S.I., K.C.M.G., C.I.E., P.O. Of 
Kilkerran, Maybole, Ayrshire. Carlton Club. 



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Ashley, Hon Antony Ashley, son of the Right Hon. Lord Ashley, after- 
wards Earl of Shaftesbury, London, aged 14, June 27. Cotton 

Formerly R.N. Served in the Baltic and Black Sea. M.P. for Hull, 1857-9, for 
Cilcklade, 1859. Succeeded his father as eight Earl of Shaftesbury, 1885. 
Died 13 April, 1886. 



Hope, Theodore Cracraft, only son of the late James Hope, M.D. and Mrs. 
Hope, London, aged 13, December 9. Mayor 

Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 1866. Bombay Civil Service, 1858-88. Political 
Agent at Surat. Member of the Council to Governor-General, 1882-7. K.C.S.I., 
C.I.E. Of 21, Elvaston Place, London. Athenaeum Club. 



Rougemont, Edward, third son of the late George Rougemont, and Mrs. 
Rougemont, 2, Chester Terrace, London, aged 14, May 5. Highton 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. and M.A. 1856. 

Cole, Robert Eden George, eldest son of Major Robert Cole, Doddington 
Hall, Lincoln, aged 13, October 28. ' Anstey 

University College, Oxford, B.A. 1854, M.A. 1857. Rector of Doddington, 
Lincolnshire, from 1861. 

Hearn, Henry, son of Thomas Hearn, Esq., Buckingham, aged 14, 
December 18. Anstey 

Formerly Town Clerk of Buckingham, and Registrar of the County Court. Of 
Castle House, Buckingham. 

Sandford, Daniel Sidney, son of Erskine Douglas Sandford, Esq., 11, 
Randolph Crescent, Edinburgh, aged 14, August 12. School 

Lieutenant, Rifle Brigade. Died 5 January, 1853. 

Oakeley, Henry Evelyn, son of the late Ven. Sir Herbert Oakeley, Bart., 
London, aged 11, November 23. School 

Jesus College, Cambridge, Scholar 1855, B.A., tenth Wrangler 1859, M.A. 1862. 
Fellow and Mathematical Lecturer, 1862. One of H.M. Inspectors of Schools. 
Chief Inspector of Training Colleges, 1885-99. Knighted 1899. Of 97, Warwick 
Road, London, S.W. Athenaeum Club. 

Percival, Lewis, second son of Samuel Percival, Esq., Northampton, aged 
13, March 11. School 

Oriel College, Oxford, B.A. 1854. Major-General, Rifle Brigade. Served in the 
Indian Mutiny Campaign, 1857-8, including the action of Cawnpore, the Siege 
and capture of Luckiiow, and other Battles. Mentioned in despatches. Medal 
and two Clasps. Of 4, Pitsville Crescent, Cheltenham. 

Beddome, John Arthur, second son of Richard Boswell Beddome, Esq., 
Clapham, aged 13, February 6. Cotton 

Pembroke College, Oxford, B.A. 1861, M.A. 1865. In Holy Orders. Died 22 
February, 1876. 

Palliser, William, son of Lioutenant-Colonel Wray Palliser, Denylushan, 
Fethard, Tipperary, aged 15, June 18. Price 

Trinity College, Dublin, and Trinity Hall, Cambridge. Formerly Major, 18th 
Hussars. Distinguished for his inventions of shells and artillery projectiles. 
C.B. 1870. K.C.B. 1873. M.P. for Taunton, 1880. Died 4 February, 1882. 

Fryer, George Edward, son of Lieutenant-Colonel Fryer, Madras Army, 
Rugby, aged 12, November 23. Town 

Lieutenant-Colonel, Madras Staff Corps. Sometime Deputy-Commissioner, 
Thonkwa, British Burmah. Died at 16, Arundel Gardens, London, 31 March, 1891. 



46 Tait, 1842-50. 



Fryer, Cornelius Willoughby Hudleston, son of the above Lieutenant- 
Colonel Fryer, aged 11, February 12. Town 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1857, M.A. 1860. Barrister-at-Law, Inner 
Temple, 1866. 

Duff, James, stepson of the Right Hon. Lord Rendlesham, Rendlesham 
Hall, Suffolk, aged 14, July 29. School 

Colonel in the Army. Served with the 23rd Welsh Fusiliers in the Crimean War. 
Present at the Siege of Sebastopol. Taken prisoner at Inkerman, 5 November, 
1854. M.P. for North Norfolk, 1876-8. Died 23 December, 1878. 

Clark, Joseph Henry, son of Joseph Clark, Esq., Maidenhead, Berkshire, 
aged 14, September 3. Stanley 

Birds, James Adey, only son of the Rev. William Taylor Birds, Preston, 
Wellington, Salop, aged 13, November 9. Mayor 

Exeter College, Oxford, B.A. 1855. 

Airey, John, son of William Airey, Esq., Kendal, ward of Thomas Carson, 
Esq., Everton, Liverpool, aged 14, August 9. Anstey 

Dymock, William, eldest son of the Rev. Thomas Frederick Dymock, 
Hatch Beauchamp, Taunton, aged 13, August 10. Anstey 

Lincoln College, Oxford, 1850. Surgeon-Major in the Grant Medical College, 
Bombay. Professor of Materia Medica. Subsequently Brigade-Surgeon. Died 
at his residence, Malabar Hills, Bombay, 29 April, 1892. 

Filleul, William Gabriel, son of the Rev. Philip Filleul, St. Peter's, Jersey, 
aged 14, March 25. Anstey 

One of the earliest settlers at Dunedin, New Zealand, 1848. Afterwards a Sheep 
owner in Otago, N.Z. Residing at Nelson, New Zealand. 

Graham, Edward Curteis, fourth son of John Graham, Esq., Eastbourne, 
Sussex, aged 13, May 15. Mayor 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1856. Vicar of Wartling, 1866. Died 1874. 

Gillett, Henry, son of Henry Gillett, Esq., 7, Regent Street, London, 
aged 15, August 6. Price 

Major, 13th Regiment. Served in the Crimean War, including the Fall of 
Sebastopol, and actively engaged in the Indian Mutiny Campaign, 1858. Two 
Medals. Retired as Lieutenant-Colonel, 1880. 

Hartley, Joseph James, son of Samuel Hartley, Esq., Halifax, aged 15, 
March 26. Anstey 

Parker, William Windsor, eldest son of Captain Windsor Parker, Clopton 
Hall, Suffolk, aged 14, May 5. Price 

Merton College, Oxford, B.A. 1855, M.A. 1857. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 
1861. A famous cricketer. Died before 1886 

ENTRANCES IN FEBRUARY, 1846. 

Agnew, George Vans, brother of Robert Vans Agnew, Esq., Barnbarrook, 
Wigtown, N.B., aged 15, January 1. Anstey 

Madras Civil Service, 1852. Retired 1877. Late Magistrate at NeUore. 

Longfield, John, son of Richard Longfield, Esq., Longueville, Mallow, 
Ireland, aged 13, November 28. Arnold 

Lieutenant, 89th Regiment. Served throughout the Crimean War, including the 
Siege of Sebastopol. Died at sea, from illness contracted during the Siege, 20 
October, 1855, 



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Tewart, John Edward, son of William Tewart, Esq., Glanton House, 
Northumberland, aged 13, September 21. Stanley 

Major, 6th Royals. Served in the Indian Mutiny Campaign, 1858, and was 
present at the actions at Peroo and in the Jugdespore jungle. Medal. Of 
Glanton Hall. Died 13 April, 1880. 



Hodgson, Shadworth Hollway, eldest son of the late Shadworth Hodgson, 
and Mrs. Hodgson, Boston, Lincolnshire, aged 13, Dec. 25. Mayor 

Corpus Christi College, Oxford. First Class in Moderations, 1852, B.A. 1854, 
M.A. 1882. Author of Pamphlets on " Principles of Reform in the Suffrage," &c. 
Hon. Fellow of Corpus, 1882. Of 22, Albemarle Sireet, London, S.W. 

Frampton, Edward, son of the Hev. John Frampton, (O.K. 1812) Tetbury, 
Gloucestershire, aged 14, December 23. School 

Frampton, Frederick William, son of the above Rev. John Frampton, 
aged 12, February 20. School 

Easier, William Wyndham, eldest son of Richard Easier, Esq., Alving- 
bourne, Chichester, aged 12, May 13. School 

Christ Church, Oxford, 1851. Of Alvingbourne, and Barkford, Sussex. J.P. 

Todd, Charles Ruddell, eldest son of James Ruddell Todd, Esq., 33, 
Portland Place, London, aged 15, December 17. School 

Exeter College, Oxford, 1849. 

Bramwell, Addison, son of Christopher Bramwell, Esq., Hendon House, 
Sunderland, aged 15, November 23. Anstey 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1854, M.A. 1857. Rector of Thorington, Suffolk, 
1858-71. Of 3, Queen's Gate Gardens, London, S.W. 

Hoskins, Bradford Smith, son of the Rev. William Edward Hoskins, 
Chiddingstone, Kent, aged 13, December 31. Highton 

Lieutenant, 44th Regiment. Engaged at the Battle of the Alma, 20 September, 
1854, and in the Siege of Sebastopol, 1855. Served in the Federal Army in North 
America, and was mortally wounded near Greenwich, Virginia, 30 May, 1863. 

Veale, Henry Mallett, eldest son of James Harris Veale, Esq , Passaford 
House, Devon, aged 14, May 28. Stanley 

For some years at the Cape of Good Hope. Of Passaford House, Hatherleigh, 
Devonshire. 

Grant. Alexander Charles, son of the late Major Patrick Grant, and 
grandson of W. Fraser-Tytler, Esq., of Aldourie, aged 12, 
February 28. School 

Colonel, retired, 87th Begiment. Junior United Service Club. 

Pilcher, William Fitzgerald, son of J. T. Pilcher, Esq., 46, Russell Square, 
London, aged 14, August 12. School 

Not on the School List, and must have left before Midsummer. 

Sanderson, Hastings, son of Mrs. Sanderson, Bath, ward of Edward 
Stewart, Esq., 14 Chesterfield Street, Mayfair, London, aged 13, 
June 20. School 

Brigstocke, William Owen, eldest son of the Rev. Augustus Brigstocke, 
Gellidywill, Newcastle Emlyn, aged 14, May 17. School 

Jesus College, Oxford, B.A. 1853. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1856. J.P. 
and D.L. for Cos. Carnarvon, 'Cardigan, and Pembroke. Of Blaennant, Boneath. 
Died 25 August, 1900. 



48 Tait, 1842-50. 



Hutchinson, John Henry, son of the Rev. Richard Hutchinson, East 
Retford, Nottinghamshire, aged 15, December 5. Anstey 

Of Charborough Hall, East Retford. 

Rokeby, Henry Ralph, eldest son of the Rev. Henry Ralph Rokeby, 
Arthing worth, Northampton, aged 14, June 2. Anstey 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1854. Rector of Arthingworth, 1870. J.P. for 
Northants. Of Arthingworth Manor House, Northampton. 

Barnes, Osmond, son of John Barnes, Esq., Ohorley Wood House, 
Kickmans worth, aged 11, December 23. Anstey 

Colonel, late Bengal Staff Corps. C.B. Served throughout the Indian Mutiny 
Campaign, 1858. Selected as being the tallest man in India, as " Lion King of 
Arms," to proclaim Queen Victoria as Empress of India at Delhi, 1876. Of 40, 
Grange Park Road, Baling. 

Wells, Richard, son of Frederick Octavius Wells. Esq., Indian Civil 
Service, aged 13, February 3. Anstey 

Captain, R.N. Flag Captain of the Jtia, 1880. Afterwards Admiral and K.C.B. 
Died 9 October, 1896. 

Hippisley, John, eldest son of John Hippisley, Esq., Ston Easton, near 
Bath, aged 13. March 13. School 

Captain, North Somerset Yeomanry Cavalry, 1859. J.P. Died 1885. 

Hodgson, John Evan, son of John Hodgson, Esq , St. Petersburgh, aged 
14. March 1. Bradley 

In business in Russia for a few years. First exhibited in the Royal Academy, 
1856. First painted Historical Subjects, and latterly scenes of Oriental Life. 
Elected a Royal Academician, 1879. Died 20 June, 1895. 

Swinnerton-Pilkington, William Milborne, son of Sir William Pilkington, 
Bart , Chevet Hall, Wakefield, aged 14, June 18. Mayor 

Succeeded his brother as tenth Baronet, 1854. Of Butterton Hall, Staffordshire. 
Died 12 November, 1855. 

Millett, Arthur Hill, son of the Rev. George Millett, Silkstone Vicarage, 
Barnsley, nged 14, May 12. Mayor 

Colonel, Bengal Staff Corps. Retired, 1877. Served with the 69th Bengal Native 
Infantry in the Punjab. Campaign of 1848-9. Second in command of the llth 
Punjab Native Infantry at the Siege of Moultan. Sometime Inspector- General 
of Police at Hyderabad. Died in London, 8 December, 1879. 

Cornewall, George Henry, son of the late Sir George Gornewall, Bart., 
Moccas Court, Hereford, aged 12, August 13. Mayor 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1856, M.A. 1871. Succeeded his brother as 
fifth Baronet, 1868. Rector of Moccas, 1861. Of Moccas Court, Hereford. 

Jones, Winchester Henry, son of Mrs. Jones, Steeple Aston, Woodstock, 
aged 14, January 12. Mayor 

Wheeler, Edward Vincent, son of Vincent Wheeler, Esq., Newnham 
Court, Worcester, aged 14, March 23. Price 

Trinity College, Cambridge. High Sheriff of Worcestershire, 1857. J.P. and 
D.L. Of Kyrewood House, Tenbury. Died 5 July, 1885. 

Sayer, Frederick, son of Robert Sayer, Esq., Brighton, aged 14, August 2. 

Anstey 

Captain, 23rd Welsh Fusiliers. Served in the Crimean War and was severely 
wounded at the Battle of the Alma. He was wheeled past the Queen in a Bath 
chair in St. James' Park to receive his Medal. Author of a " History of Gibraltar." 
Died at Cairo, 29 February, 1868. 



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Key, Alexander, son of John Key, Esq., 14, Chester Street, Grosvenor 
Place, London, aged 13, March 12. Highton 

Lieutenant, 28th Bengal Native Infantry. Murdered by the Mutineers with 
seven other officers of his Regiment, 5 June, 1857. 

Rutson, Henry, third son of William Rutson, Esq., Newby Wisk, Thirsk, 
Yorkshire, aged 14, July 25. Congreve 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1854. J.P. for North Riding. Of Newby 
Wisk, as above. United University Club. 

Lewis, Charles Edward, eldest son of the Rev. Francis Lewis, Llanvair, 
Raglan, aged 15. April 26. Congreve 

J.P. and D.L. for Co. Monmouth. High Sheriff, 1880. Master of the Llangibby 
and Chepstow Hounds. Of St. Pierre, Chepstow. 

Fawcett, John Henry, son of John Fawcett, Esq., Petterill Bank, 
Carlisle, aged 14, December 11. Anstey 

Barrister-at-Law, Middle Temple. Northern Circuit. British Consul General 
and Judge of the Supreme Consular Court at Constantinople, 1877. K.C.B. 1887. 
Died 21 April. 1898. 

Carr, John Ralph, eldest son of Ralph Carr, Esq., Dunston Hall, Gates- 
head, aged 13, June 7. Price 

Captain, 23rd Regiment. Served in the Crimean War, and was at the Battles of 
the Alma and Inkerman, and the Siege of Sebastopol, 1854-5. Medal with three 
Clasps, Turkish Medal, and seventh Class Medjidie. Afterwards Captain, 4th 
King's Own. Retired 1870. Assumed the additional name of ELLISON, 1871. J.P. 
for Northumberland. High Sheriff, 1888. J.P. for Durham. Of Hedgeley, 
Alnwick. 

Carr, Ralph Edward, second son of the above Ralph Carr, Esq., aged 12, 
June 30. Price 

Served with the 39th Regiment at the Siege of Sebastopol, 1855. Mentioned in 
despatches. Medal with Clasps, Turkish Medal and Knight of the Legion of 
Honour, 1855. Subsequently Lieutenant-Colonel, 36th Regiment, and latterly 
commanded the 29th Regimental District at Worcester. Died at Stuttgart, 
9 April, 1892. 

Jones, Wilding, eldest son of Charles Wilding Jones, Esq., Liverpool, 
aged 13, May 27. Price 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. 1854, M.A. 1857. Of Lincoln's Inn, 1855. 

Marriott, William Henry, third son of John Marriott, Esq., Kibworth, 
Leicestershire, aged 13, August 26. Congreve 

Lincoln College, Oxford, Exhibitioner, 1851-6, B.A. 1855, M.A. 1857. Rector of 
Thrussington, Leicester, 1867. Died 20 January, 1900. 

Barnard, George Percy, son of the Rev. Charles Barnard, Bigby, Brigg, 
Lincolnshire, aged 14, March 11. School 

Lieutenant, 34th Regiment. Died 1854. 

Oust, Bertram Mitford, son of the Rev. Edwards Cust, Danby Hill, 
North Allerton, aged 13, July 5. Bradley 

Hogg, Charles Wells, son of William Hogg, Esq.,Biggleswade, Bedfordshire, 
aged 13, July 12. Stanley 

Gazetted to the 85th Light Infantry, 12 December, 1851. Retired with rank of 
Captain, 1865. Assumed the name of ARCHDALE, 1866. Of Coltishall, Norwich. 
Army and Navy Club. 

Sandars, Richard, son of Samuel Sandars, Esq., Kernel Hempstead, 
aged 14, November 13. Cotton 

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50 Tait, 1842-50. 

Gosling, Henry, third son of Richard Gosling, Esq., 19, Fleet Street, 
London, aged 14, October 15. Arnold 

Sometime in business in London, and in the family Bank. Died at Eccleafield, 
Ashford, 1894. 

Tytler, Alexander Fraser, son of Patrick Fraser Tytler, Esq., 34, Devon- 
shire Place, London, aged 14, March 30. Arnold 
Madras Infantry. Served in the Mutiny Campaign, 1858. Died in India, 1861. 

Mackenzie, James Dixon, son of Major L. Mackenzie, 12, South wick 
Crescent, Hyde Park, aged 15, April 22. Anstey 

Late Captain, 14th Regiment. Succeeded as seventh Baronet of Scatwell, and 
ninth Baronet of Tarbat. Of Mountgerald House, and Findon, Rossshire. Died 
in London, 24 June, 1900. 

Simmons, Francis Walter Churchill, fifth son of the late Thomas Frederick 
Simmons, and Mrs. Simmons, Langford, Bristol, aged 16, 
September 20. Price 

Lincoln College, Oxford. Scholar, 1848-50, B.A. 1852. Principal of Nelson 
College, New Zealand. Died 15 May, 1876. 

Hampden, Charles John, second son of the Rev. Dr. Renn Dickson 
Hampden, afterwards Bishop of Hereford, aged 13, April 4. Arnold 

Christ Church, Oxford, B A. 1855, Student, 1850-69, M.A. 1858. Barrister-at-Law, 
Lincoln's Inn, 1863. Oxford Circuit. Died 15 April, 1888. 

Crawford, David Rose, son of David Crawford, Esq., 8, Sb. Andrew's 
Square, Greenock, aged 15, January 6. Gongreve 

Gadsden, Frederick, son of Henry F. Gadsden, Esq , Walthamstow, Essex, 
aged 15, M ay 1 1 . Price 

Major-General, Madras Staff Corps. Served in Arracan in the Burmese War, and 
in the Indian Mutiny Campaign, 1857-8. Wing Commander of 9th Native 
Infantry. Died at Baling, 24 February, 1899. 

Wrey, Bourchier William Toke, son of the Rev. H. B. Wrey, Corfe House, 
Barnstaple, aged 15, August 7. Price 

Trinity College, Cambridge, 1853. Rector of Combeiuteignhead, Devon, from 

1864. 

Park, Charles Stewart, son of the Rev. James Allan Park, El wick Hall, 
Durham, aged 13, June 2. Bradley 

Drowned while duck shooting, 1850. 

Hedley, George Lake, third son of Robert Hedley, Esq., Hartford House, 
Hexham, aged 15, February 1. School 

Merton College, Oxford, 1849. 

Johnstone, Hugh Edwards John George, second son of George Johnstone, 
Esq., 53, Tavistock Square, London, aged 13. March 15. Arnold 

Trinity College, Oxford, 1852. 

Dalrymple, George Grey, son of the Hon. North Hamilton Dalrymple, 
afterwards Earl of Stair, Cleland House, Holytown, Lanarkshire, 
aged 13, May 22. Price 

Late Soots Fusilier Guards. Of Elliston House, St. Boswalls. J.P. and D.L. for 
Lanarkshire. Died 30 November, 1900. 



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Owen, Owen, son of Owen Owen, Esq., Gadlys, Beaumaris, North Wales, 
aged 13, November 5. Highton 

Brigade-Surgeon, late Army Medical Department. Served with the 50th 
Regiment throughout the New Zealand War, 1865-6. Medal. Army and Navy 
Club. 

Cleaver, Araos, son of Mr. Amos Cleaver, Rugby, aged 9, Dec. 14. Town 

Douglas, Edward Ocbavius, brother of R. J. Douglas, Esq., Lockerby 
House, Dumfriesshire, aged 15, September 19. School 

Died 1890. 

Hewitt, Charles Call wick, son of 0. P. Hewitt, Esq.,Tansley Hill, Dudley, 
aged 13, December 17. Anstey 

Pearson, John Richard, son of the Rev. John Pearson, East Horndon, 
Essex, aged 13, April 16. Anstey 

Major, Royal Artillery. Served in the Indian Mutiny Campaign, 1858, as 
Deputy Commissary of Ordnance at Cawnpore during the relief of Lucknow, and 
also in the Rohilcund Campaign, and present at the Battle of Bareilly and Siege 
of Mohumdee. Medal. Retired, 1874. Of 107, Marina, St. Leonards-on-Sea. 
Army and Navy Club. 

Morris, Edmund, son of Edmund Morris, Esq., Chorley Wood, Hertford- 
shire, aged 13, November 19. School 

Dodgson, Charles Lutwidge, son of the Rev. Charles Dodgson, Croft 
Rectory, Darlington, aged 14, January 27. School 

Christ Church, Oxford, First Class Mathematical Moderations, 1852, B.A., First 
Class Mathematics, 1854, Student, 1852, M.A. 1857. Public Examiner, 1863. 
Author of several Mathematical Works, but best known as " Lewis Carroll," 
author of " Alice in Wonderland," and other inimitable tales. Died at Guildford, 
14 January, 1898. 

Basevi, William Augustus, son of Mrs. Basevi, 5, Eaton Place West, 
London, aged 12, June 29. School 

Burton, Henry Augustus, son of Frederick Burton, Esq., Lincoln, aged 14, 
January 24. Highton 

Colonel, 14th Regiment. Served with the West Yorkshire Regiment in the 
Affghan War, 1880. Died 25 December, 1895. 

Fryer, Edward John, third son of William Rolles Fryer, Esq., Lytchett, 
Dorsetshire, aged 12. August 30. Congreve 

Lieutenant-Colonel, Rifle Brigade. Retired 1881. Served in the Indian Mutiny 
Campaign, 1857-9, and present at the Siege and capture of Lucknow. Brigade 
Major, Sikhim Field Force, 1861. Mentioned in despatches. Medal and Clasps. 
Served in Natal, 1879. Of 22, Ryder Street, London, S.W. 

Crosse, John Hill, son of Mrs. Crosse, 16, Harley Street, London, aged 13, 
May 4. Anstey 

Gazetted, 58th Regiment, 18 April, 1851. Lieutenant, 11 August, 1854. Captain, 
16th Regiment, 1858. Died at Monkstown, Co. Cork, 2 January, 1901. 

Henderson, Alexander, son of Mrs. Henderson, 1, Melville Crescent, 
Edinburgh, aged 14, July 9. Highton 

Formerly a Chaplain to the Forces (Church of Scotland). 

Honywood, Walter, son of the late William Philip FTonywood, Esq., 
M.P. (O.R., 1800), Mark's Hall, Essex, aged 15, July 21. Price 



52 Tait, 1842-50. 



Havelock, Joshua, son of Henry Havelock, Esq., Lieutenant-Colonel, 39th 
Regiment, afterwards K.C.B., aged 14, December 11. Price 

The second son of General Sir Henry Havelock, who relieved Lucknow. Captain, 
Bombay Staff Corps. Assistant Commissioner in the Punjaub. Died at Malvern, 
24 September, 1864. 

Ilbert, William Roope, eldest son of William Eoope Ilbert, Esq., Horswell 
House, Kingsbridge, aged 13, April 2. Anstey 

Oriel College, Oxford, B.A. 1855, M.A, 1858. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple. 
J.P. of Bowringsleigh, and Horswell House, Kingsbridge, Devon. 

Tudor, Harry, second son of Henry Tudor, Esq., 46, Westbourne Terrace, 
London, aged 14, June 12. Arnold 

Magdalene College, Cambridge, B.A. 1855, M.A. 1858. Rector of Woolborough, 
Devon, 1865. Rector of Lustleigh, Newton Abbot, from 1888. 

Marriott, Humphrey Richard George, eldest son of Richard Marriott, 
Esq., Abbott's Hall, Braintree, aged 14, May 23. Bradley 

J.P. for Essex. Of Abbott's Hall, Braintree, Essex. 

Adams, Charles Warren, fifth son of Mr. Sergeant John Adams, Sergeant's 
Inn, London, aged 12, September 19. Gongreve 

At the Cape of Good Hope. 

ENTRANCES IN AUGUST, 1846. 

Sawyer, Conrad Hutchinson, son of Captain Sawyer, Rugby, aged 9, 
September 11. Town 

Lieutenant-Colonel, 62nd Regiment. Died at Bilton, 25 June, 1881. 

Smith, William Lucie, son of Mrs. Euan Smith, Rugby, aged 13, 
December 10. Town 

Smith, Euan McLaurin, son of the above Mrs. Euan Smith, aged 11, 
March 13. Town 

Edwards, Thomas Hyne, eldest son of Thomas Hyne Edwards, Esq., 
Helston, Cornwall, aged 16, May 23. School 

Exeter College, Oxford, B.A. 1853, M.A. 1859. Rector of Kingston Magna, 
Dorset, 1881. Died about 1896. 

Legh, Piers Frederick, son of the late William Legh, Esq., Brymbo Hall, 
Denbighshire, ward of the Rev. Peter Legh, Lyme Park, Cheshire, 
aged 15, September 6. Bradley 

Dixon, Daniel, ward of Thomas Hudson, Esq., 6, Park Crescent, Portland 
Place, London, aged 13, October 3. School 

Attye, James, eldest son of James Attye, Esq., Rugby, (O.R., 1823), aged 
13, July 2 7. Town 

Lieutenant, 43rd Regiment. Died 9 November, 1854. 

Robinson, Charles Maybery, son of George R. Robinson, Esq., 27, Chester 
Terrace, London, aged 15, December 17. Mayor 

Macaulay, Thomas, son of Thomas Macaulay, Esq., (O.R., 1811), Leicester, 
aged 14, April 18. Mayor 

A Surgeon at Kibworth. Died 21 March, 1897. 



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Gregory, Thomas John, son of the Rev. Francis Thomas Gregory, Loose, 
Staplehurst, Kent, aged 13, January 11. Arnold 

Lieutenant, 2nd Battalion, 1st Royal Regiment. Engaged at the Siege of 
Sebastopol, and in the Attack 011 the Malakoff, June, 1855. 

Lambert, Edwin Archibald Chester, son of William Lambert, Esq., The 
Firs, Kenilworth, aged 13, March 13. Bradley 

Lieutenant-Colonel, Bengal Staff Corps. Served in the Burmese War, 1852-3, 
and in the Indian Mutiny Campaign, 1857-9, including the assault and capture of 
Delhi, and several Actions, and in the Oudh Campaign, 1858-9. Cantonment 
Magistrate, at Peshawur. 

Madden, William, son of Mrs. Madden, Rugby, aged 15, August 4. Town 

Cordery, John Graham, eldest son of John Cordery, Esq., New Bridge 
Street, London, aged 13, July 13. Stanley 

Exhibitioner 1852. Balliol College, Oxford, B.A. 1856. Indian Civil Service, 1855. 
Commissioner at Moultan, and later of the Punjab. Resident at Hyderabad. 
Author of a Translation of Homer's Iliad. C.S.I. 1887. Died at Torquay, 
April, 1900. A Homer Prize at Rugby founded in his memory. 

Hoskins, Charles Henry Williams, son of the Rev. Henry James Hoskins, 
Rector of Blaby, Leicestershire, aged 11, September 17. Highton 

Richards, Thomas Bailey, son of William H. Richards, Esq., Axminster, 
aged 15, November 9. School 

Harbord, Hon. Ralph, son of Emily, Dowager Lady Suffield, Horstead, 
Norwich, aged 13, May 17. School 

Captain, 71st Regiment. Engaged at the Siege of Sebastopol, 1855. Attached 
to the Household of the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland. Died 6 January, 1878. 

Gosling, John Frederick, fourth son of Richard Gosling, Esq., 19, Fleet 
Street, London, aged 13, February 19. Mayor 

Balliol College, Oxford, B.A. 1856, M.A. 1860. Vicar of Bream, Gloucestershire, 
1869. Died 16 October, 1882. 

Gordon, Arthur, son of Lieutenant-Colonel Gordon, 4, Charles Street, 
Lowndes Square, London, aged 14, June 2. School 

Lomax, Richard, son of Richard Holt Lomax, Esq., Townhead, Rochdale, 
aged 14, October 16. Cotton 

Trinity College, Cambridge, LL.B. 1858. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple. 
Captain, 6th Lancashire Militia. Died 24 June, 1875. 

Weston, John Stiles, son of Ambrose Weston, Esq., 30, Hamilton Terrace, 
St. John's Wood, London, aged 15, November 18. Highton 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1854. Died about 1860. 

Weston, Henry, son of the above Ambrose Weston, Esq , aged 14, 
July 15. Highton 

A Solicitor in London. Died about 1867. 

Lushington, Godfrey, fifth son of the Right Hon. Stephen Lushington, 18, 
Eaton Place, London, aged 14, March 8. Cotton 

Exhibitioner, 1851. Balliol College, Oxford. First Class in Moderations and in 
Final Classics, B.A. 1854, M.A. 1857. Fellow of All Souls, 1854-62. Barrister-at- 
Law, Inner Temple, 1858. Chancery Bar. Counsel to the Home Office, 1869, and 
Legal Assistant Under Secretary, 1876. Permanent Under Secretary of State for 
the Home Department, 1885. Retired, 1895. C.B. 1887. K.C.B. 1892. Of 37, 
Old Queen Street, Westminster. 



54 Tait, 1842-50. 



Baird, David, son of Sir David Baird,Newbyth, Preston Kirk, Haddington- 
shire, aged 15, January 30. Left August, 1849. Congreve 

Major, late 74th Highlanders, and 98th Foot. Served in the Kaffir War, 1851. 
Served in the Crimean War, 1854, and on Lord Clyde's staff in the Indian Mutiny 
Campaign, 1857-8. Several times mentioned in despatches. Succeeded his father 
as third Baronet, 1852. Of Newbyth, Preston Kirk, N.B. White's Club. 

Lang'. Arthur Moffat, son of Arthur Lang, Esq., Indian Civil Service. 
Bengal, aged 13, November 15. Highton 

Lieutenant-Colonel, Royal Bengal Engineers. Retired as Colonel, 1888. Served 
throughout the Siege of Delhi, and Capture of Lucknow, 1858, and several 
Actions in the Indian Mutiny Campaign. Afterwards Principal of Roorkee 
Engineering College, and Government Superintending Engineer of Military 
Works, Simla. Of Box Grove Lodge, Guildford. 

Davy, Archibald-, son of Dr. Davy, Lesketh How, Ambleside, aged 12, 
November 5. Mayor 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1856, M.A. 1859. Vicar of Upper Tean, 1872-4. 
Chaplain of Tabley House, Cheshire, 1883. Vicar of Winch, Macclesfield, 1887. 
Died 1890. 

Grlinter, Robert, soil of Robert Gunter, Esq., Earls' Court Lodge, Old 
Brompton, London, aged 14, November 3. Congreve 

Lieutenant-Colonel, 4th Royal Irish Dragoon Guards. Engaged at the Siege of 
Sebastopol, and in the Balaclava Charge. Medal. M.P. for Knaresborough, 1884, 
and for the Barkston Ash Division of Yorkshire, from 1885. Created a Baronet, 
1901. Of The Grange, Wetherby, Yorks. Carlton Club. 

Verschoyle, James Lorenzo, second son of the Rev. Joseph Verschoyle, 
Ardnaree Glebe, Balline, Co Mayo, aged 14, E'eb. 12. Congreve 

Captain, 66th Regiment. Died September, 1875. 

Grunter, James, son of Robert Gnnter, Esq , Earls' Court Lodge, Old 
Brompton, London, aged 12, December 5. Congreve 

Major-General, 1st Dragoon Guards. Served in the Crimean War, including the 
Siege and Fall of Sebastopol. Two Medals and Clasps. Served in the China War, 
1860, at the Fall of the Taku Forts, and at Pekin. Presented with a sword by 
Colonel Luard, for his gallant conduct at the Battle of Tangehow, 21 September, 
1860. Lieutenant-Colonel -commanding 4th Dragoon Guards, 1877. Of Boston 
Hall, Yorkshire. 

Hunt, Thomas Edward Lloyd, second son of the late Rowland Hunt, and 
Mrs. Hunt, Glangwynna, Carnarvon, aged 16, June 16. Congreve 
Magdalen Hall, Oxford, 1840. Died 1853. 

Smith, William Sidney, son of John Sidney Smith, Esq., Kidbrooke 
House, Blackheath, aged 14, July 24. Highton 

Hawker, Alfred, son of Rear- Admiral Edward Hawker, Ashford House, 
Petersfield, aged 12, January 10. Highton 

Arnold, Walter Thomas, son of the late Dr. Thomas Arnold, Rugby, and 
Mrs. Arnold, Foxhow, Ambleside, aged 11, August 18. Mayor 

An Underwriter at Lloyds. Died 27 September, 1893. 

Baker, William Henry, sou of Richard Westbrooke Baker, Esq., Cottes- 
more, Oak ham, aged 14, August 16. Highton 

Cockshott, Harold, son of James Cockshott, Esq., 33, Rodney Street, 
Liverpool, aged 11, September 20. Pnc 



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Inglis, Andrew, son of Henry Inglis, Esq., 29, St. Andrew's Square, 
Edinburgh, aged 13, January 4. Price 

Smith, Edward, son of John Smith, Esq., M.D., 17, Trinity Square, Tower 
Hill, London, aged 13, June 1. Arnold 

Edmeades, William, eldest son of the Rev. William Henry Edmeades, 
Facomb, Dartford, Kent, aged 12, December 3. Arnold 

Christ Church, Oxford, H.A. 1857, M.A. 1864. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 
1864. Died 12 May, 1885. 

Robinson, Charles James, son of James Mowld Robinson, Esq., Market 
Place, Beverley, aged 15, May 16. Highton 

Queen s College, Oxford, B.A. 1854, M.A. 1856. In Holy Orders. One of H.M. 
Inspectors of Schools, 1859-81. Died 23 July, 1897. 

Drummond, Edward, son of John Drummond, Esq., Mulgrave House, 
Fulham, aged 13, March 11. School 

Indian Civil Service, 1852. Magistrate and Collector, Patna, Bengal. Judge of 
Saran. Retired 1878. East India United Service Club. 

Spencer, Henry Hammond, son of John H. H. Spencer, Esq., Australia, 
aged 14, August 1. Cotton 

Owen, William son of Colonel Hugh Owen, afterwards Baronet. Land- 
shipping, Haverfordwest, aged 14, February 3. Highton 
Late 52nd Regiment. J.P. and D.L. Died about 1890. 

Bourne, Robert, eldest son of the Rev. Robert Bourne, St. Paul's Cray, 
Kent, aged 14, July 3. Gotton 

Christ Church, Oxford, 1851. Late Captain, 54th Foot. Hon. Lieutenant- 
Colonel, Woi-cestershire Rifle Volunteers. J.P. and D.L. for Worcestershire. 
J.P. for Herefordshire. High Sheriff, 1890. Of Cowarne Court, Herefordshire. 

Scott, Courtenay Harvey Saltrem, son of Lieut. -General Sir Hopton Scott, 
K.C.B., Woodvflle, Lucan. aged 13, June 23. Arnold 

Lieutenant-Colonel, Bengal Staff Corps. Served with the 71st Regiment in the 
Crimean War, including the Siege of Sebastopol, including the Expedition to 
Kertch, and the destruction of Taman. Served in India, at the Capture of 
Gwalior, and several Actions. Mentioned in despatches. Was Deputy-Assistant- 
Adjutant-General at Headquarters, 1863. Of 17, Eccleston Square, London, 
S.W. Army and Navy Club. 

France, Charles Hosken, eldest son of the Rev. Thomas France, Davenham 
Rectory, Northwich, aged 14, March 10. Gotton 

Formerly in the 77th Regiment. Lieutenant-Colonel commanding Cheshire 
Militia, 1883-92. J.P. and D.L. High Sheriff of Cheshire, 1879. His father 
resumed the old family name of HAYHURST, 1869. Of Bostock Hall, Middlewich, 
Cheshire. Junior Carlton Club. 

Graham, Philip George, son of William Graham, Esq., Fitzharris House, 
Abingdon, aged 13, September 21. Gotton 

Trinity College, Oxford, 1851. Died at College, March, 1853. 

Ross, William Munro, son of Mrs. Metcalfe, 1, Rod well Terrace, 
Weymouth, aged 14, October 29, Gotton 

Till, Frederick, son of Richard Till, Esq., Olapham, aged 13, April 28. Anstey 

Beck, James Price, eldest son of Simon Adams Beck, Esq. (O.K. 1814), 
Ironmongers Hall, London, aged IT), January 8. Price 

Exhibitioner, 1850. Oriel College, Oxford. First Class in Moderations, 1851. 
B.A. First Class in Final Classics, 1853. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 1855. 
Died September, 1871. 



56 Tait, 1842-50. 



Parker, James Smith, son of William Parker, Esq., Iffley, Oxford, aged 15, 
August 14. Bradley 

Trevor, Francis Charles, second son of Charles Trevor, Esq, 15, Gower 
Street, London, aged 13, November 25. Left June, 1850. Mayor 

Major-General, R.A. Late Colonel, Royal Indian Artillery. Assistant Adjutant- 
General of Artillery, Madras Presidency, 1877. Inspector and Commander of 
Auxiliary Artillery, S.E. District, 1880. Retired, 1880. Army and Navy Club. 

Shawe, Charles Fleetwood, second son of the late Major Richard Shawe, 
and Mrs. Shawe, Warblington, Hants, aged 14, August 1. Bradley 

Wadham College, Oxford, 1850. Formerly Captain, 4th Dragoon Guards, and of 
the 40th Foot. Served at the Siege of Sebastopol. Medal and Clasp. 

Williams, John, son of the Rev. John Williams, Beaumaris, North Wales, 
aged 12, December 7. Anstey 

Thomas, Edward, son of James Thomas, Esq., Mount Pleasant, Llandisilio, 
aged 14, December 22. Anstey 

Graham, William, son of William Graham, Esq., Fitzharris House, 
Abingdon, aged 12. January 7. Cotton 

Late of Pewit Honse, Abingdon. J.P. 

Arbuthnot, Forster Fitzgerald, son of Sir Robert Keith Arbuthnot, Bart,, 
Indian Civil Service, aged 13, May 21. Gongreve 

Bombay Civil Service. Retired, 1879. Late Collector of Bombay, and 
Superintendent of Stamps. Died 25 May, 1901. 

Otter, John, second son of Francis Otter, Esq., Rugby, aged 11, 
September 20. Town 

St. Mary Hall, Oxford, B.A. 1858, M.A. 1861. Viear of Ranby, Lincolnshire, 
1861-5. Died 29 May, 1899. 

Hewitt, James John, son of the Rev. Hon. John Pratt Hewitt, Moneymore 
Rectory, Ireland, aged 16, April 22. Anstey 

Trinity College, Dublin, B.A. Consular Chaplain at Madeira, 1862-75. Rector of 
Teffont, Salisbury, from 1892. 

Marwood, William, son of Thomas Marwood, Esq., Whitby, Yorkshire, 
aged 14, July 3. Stanley 

Carpenter, Thomas, son of the Rev. Dr. William Carpenter, Douglas, 
Isle of iMan, aged 14, August 17- Mayor 

Wadham College, Oxford, 1851. 

Conyngham, John Staples Moles worth Lenox, second son of William 
Lenox Conyngham, Esq., Springhill, Moneymore, Co. Derry, 
aged 15, January 9. School 

Trinity College, Dublin. Died at home, 17 February, 1851. 

Bickersteth, John Lang, son of Henry Bickersteth, Esq., Capetown, South 
Africa, aged 14, April 23. Arnold 

Died 28 January, 1847. 

Monk, Thomas James, son of Edward Monk, Esq , Lewes, Sussex, aged 
16, May 10. Highton 

Bruce, Archibald Turing, son of James Bruce, Esq., Belmont, Blackheath, 
aged 16, January 12. Cotton 



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Dumbell, George William, son of George W. Dumbell, Esq., Douglas, Isle 
of Man, aged 13, November 6. Mayor 

Hector of Sherbrooke, Diocese of Quebec, Canada. 

O'Grady, Standish Hayes, son of Hayes O'Grady, Esq., Captain R.K. 69, 
Pulteney Street, Bath, aged 14, May 19. School 

An Engineer, and eminent Irish Antiquary. 

Turner, John, eldest son of the late John Turner, Esq., Turner Hall, 
Aberdeen shire, aged 14. November 20. School 

Formerly Colonel, Commanding 3rd Battalion Gordon Highlanders. J.P. and 
D.L. for Aberdeenshire. Of Tipperty, Logie Buchan, Ellon, N.B. Constitutional 
Club. 

Munby, John Forth, son of Joseph Munby, Esq., York, aged 15, 
May 15. Highton 

A Solicitor at York. Captain, 1st West York Kifle Volunteers. Died 27 
October, 1872. 

Munby, George Frederick Woodhouse, son of the above Joseph Munby, 
Esq., aged 12, October 6. Highton 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A, 1856, M.A. 1859. Tutor at the Church 
Missionary College, Islington, 1856. Hector of Turvey, Bedfordshire, from 1869. 

Cure, Lawrence George Capel, fifth son of Capel Cure, Esq., Blake Hall, 
Ongar, Essex, aged 13. August 10. Mayor 

Balliol College, Oxford, B.A. 1856. Rector of Roding Abbess, Essex, from 1858. 

Scruton, Walter, eldest son of Walter Scruton, Esq., Newton Hall, 
Durham, aged 14. June 10. Price 

Wadham College, Oxford, 1851. 

Hartwell, Charles Brace, son of John Hartwell, Esq., Sharvogues, 
Antrim, aged 13, March 9. School 

Raikes, Henry Thomas Alexander, eldest son of Henry Thomas Raikes, 
Esq., I.C.S., Bengal, aged 15. January 15. Mayor 

Lieutenant, Bengal Army. Killed in the Mutiny, 1857. 

Hunter-Blair, Henry Arthur, sixth son of Sir David Hunter-Blair, Bart., 
Blairquhan, Ayrshire, aged IB, June 18. Mayor 

Has been for many years a confirmed invalid. 

Troutbeck, John, eldest son of George Troutbeck, Esq., Rugby, aged 13, 
November 12. Town and Price 

University College, Oxford, B.A. 1856, M A. 1858. Vicar of Dacre, 1858-64. 
Secretary to New Testament Revision Committee, 1870-81. Priest-in-Ordinary to 
the Queen, Honorary Chaplain-in-Ordinary, 1884. Minor Canon of Westminster 
Abbey, 1869. Precentor, 1895. D.D. 1883. Died 10 October, 1899. 

Troutbeck, George, second son of the above George Troutbeck, Esq., 
aged 12, August 1. Town and Price 

A Land Agent and Surveyor. Died March, 1866. 

Gonne, Charles, son of Charles Gonne, Esq., Abington Hall, Cambridge, 
aged 14, September 25. Anstey 

Bombay Civil Service. Chief Secretary to Political and Judicial Departments, 
1879-84. C.S.I. 1885. Died at Brighton, 1 April, 1895. 

Wynne, Charles Bradstreet, son of Owen Wynne, Esq., Sligo, aged 15, 
October 3. Anstey 



Captain, Military Train. Present with the 90th Regiment at the Sieg of 
Sevastopol, and Storming of the Redan, 1855. Served throngh the Indian 
Mutiny Campaign, including the Siege of Lucknow. Died 1890. 



VOL. II. 



58 Tait, 1842-50. 



Caldecott, Charles Thomas, eldest son of Charles Marriott Caldecott, Esq., 
(O.K., 1824), Holbrook Grange, Rugby, aged 14, Dec. 24. Mayor 

Lieutenant-Colonel, 76th Regiment. J.P. and D.L. for Warwickshire. Of 
Holbrook Grange, Rugby. Army and Navy Club. 

Hanbury-Williams, Ferdinand Capel, eldest son of Ferdinand Hanbury- 
Williams, Esq., Coldbrook Park, Abergavenny, aged 12, 
June 27. Cotton 

Formerly in the 16th Lancers, and Captain in the Turkish Contingent Cavalry. 
Of Nant Oer, Monmouthshire. J.P. and D.L. Died March, 1891. 

Bolton, Theophilus, eldest son of Chichester Francis Bolton, Esq., Upper 
Merrion Street, Dublin, aged 14, August 3. Arnold 

Captain, 40th and 22nd Regiments. Died 1870. 

ENTRANCES IN FEBRUARY, 1847. 

Townsend, Richard Hume, eldest son of Edward Hume Townsend. Esq., 
Indian Civil Service, Bombay, aged 15, January 2. School 

Went to Trinity College, Dublin, where he died while an Undergraduate, 
7 March, 1852. ' 

Cave, Lewis William, eldest son of the late William Cave, and Mrs. Cave, 
Rugby, aged 10, February 5. Town 

Lincoln College, Oxford, Scholar, 1851, B.A. 1855, M.A. 1877. Barrister-at-Law, 
Inner Temple, 1859. Bencher, 1879. Q.C. 1875. Author of several Legal Works. 
Recorder of Lincoln, 1873. Knighted, 1881. A Judge of H.M. High Court of 
Justice, 1881. A Judge in Bankruptcy, 1884. Died 7 September, 1897. 

Sale, Edwin Stephen, fourth son of Mr. John Shaw Sale, Rugby School, 
aged 10, February 5. Town 

Ensign, 37th Regiment. Killed in the Expedition for the Relief of Arrah, then 
besieged by the Mutineer Sepoys, 30 July, 1857. 

Treen, George, son of Mr. Edward Treen, Rugby, aged 14, January 11. Town 
A Chemist in Australia. Died 26 September, 1873. 

Rattray, James Clerk, eldest son of Robert Clerk Rattray, Esq., Craig 
Hall, Blairgowrie. aged 14, October 31. Stanley 

Lieutenant-General. K.C.B. Served with the 90th Regiment in th Crimean 
War, and was severely wounded at the Storming of Sebastopol, 8 September, 1854. 
Served throughout the Indian Mutiny Campaign, 1857-S, and was present at the 
Defence of Alumbagh and Capture of Lucknow. Three Medals and Clasps. J.P. 
and D.L. for Co. Perth. Of Craig Hall, Blairgowrie. Army and Navy Club. 

Rattray, Adam Clerk, second son of the above Robert Clerk Rattray, 
Esq., aged 13, December 9 Stanley 

Captain, 92nd Highlanders, 1857. Died at Faskally, 9 July, 1870. 

Bentley, Henry, son of Henry Bentley, Esq., Oulton, near Leeds, aged 14, 
December 8. Highton 

Died 1880. 

Harford, Frederick Kill, second son of Henry Charles Harford, Esq., 
22, Royal Crescent. Clifton, aged 14, January 25. Highton 

New Inn Hall, Oxford, B.A. 1855, M.A. 1858. Minor Canon of Westminster 
Abbey, 1861. 

Cotton, Rowland Hugh, son of the late Rev. Charles E. Cotton, Dalbury 
Rectory, Derby, "aged 14, January 14. Highton 

Trinity College, Cambridge. Of Etwall Hall, Derby. J.P. and D.L. Died 
20 August, 1887. 



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Brown, John, son of Mr. John Brown, Hinckley, aged 14, Feb. 15. Arnold 

Craven, William Assheton, son of William Craven, Esq., Prospect Yilla, 
Bathwick Hill, Bath, aged 14, September 4. Highton 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1856. Engaged with the 7th Hussars in the 
Indian Mutiny Campaign, near Lucknow. Died of dysentery in camp at 
Sultanpore, 12 September, 1858. 

Barstow, Charles Duffin, son of Thomas Barstow, Esq., Garrow Hill, 
York, aged 12, March 22. Highton 

Died at York, 1883. 

Monk, Midhurst, son of Edward Monk, Esq., Lewes, Sussex, aged 15, 
December 12. Highton 

Died at School, August, 1848. 

Monk, Edward, son of the above Edward Monk, Esq., aged 13, 
August 29. Highton 

Calvcrt, Charles, fifth son of the late Charles Gal vert, Esq., M.P., and 
Mrs. Calvert, Ockley Court, Dorking, aged 13, March 21. Ootton 

Lieutenant, 43rd Regiment Light Infantry. Engaged in the Kaffir War, 1852, 
and present at the destruction of Withalder'g Camp. Retired, 1856. Middlesex 
and Surrey Eleven, 1865-68. Of Torhousemuir, Wigtown. Army and Nary Club. 

Palliser, Wray Bury, son of the Rev. John Bury Palliser, Clonmell, 
Tipperary, aged 14, March 8. Arnold 

Of Annestown, Tramere. J.P. High Sheriff of Waterford, 1883. 



G-orst, Edward C haddock, son of E. C. Gorst, Esq., Preston, aged 13, 
December 6. Gotton 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1856, M.A. 1859. Assumed the name of 
LOWNDES in lieu of Gorst, 1853. J.P. for Lancashire and Wilts. High Sheriff of 
Wilts, 1874. Of Castle Combe, Chippenham. Carlton Club. 

Harrison, Arthur Aylett, son of the Rev. Thomas Harrison, Barham, 
Canterbury, aged 16, January 26. Gongreve 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. First Class in Natural Science, and 24th 
Wrangler, 1853. M.A. 1864. Physician to C.M.S. at Abeokuta. Died on board 
an African steamer, 12 June, 1864. 

Phillips, Henry Frederick, eldest son of the Rev. William Spencer 
Phillips, Ryde, aged 14, June 21. Congreve 

University College, Oxford, B.A. 1855, M.A. 1858. Vicar of St. Peter's, Rochester, 
1860-86. Hon. Canon of Rochester Cathedral, 1878. 

Moreton, Hon. Berkeley Basil, fourth son of the Right Hon. Earl Ducie, 
Tortworth Court, Gloucs, aged 12, July 18. Bradley 

Magdalen Hall, Oxford, 1853. Postmaster- General in Queensland, 1885. Minister 
of Public Instruction, 1885-8. Of Treasure Street, Maryborough, Queensland. 

Faber, Frank, son of Thomas Faber, Esq., Stockton-on-Tees, aged 12, 
May 7. Bradley 

Farmed in Australia from 1852. Died there, 1 July, 1898. 

Brown, Francis William, son of Peter Brown, Esq.,Linkwood, near Elgin, 
aged 13, March 19. Highton 

Captain, Bombay Staff Corps. 



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Hill, Frederick Vivian, son of Frederick Hill, Esq., Helston, Cornwall, 
aged 15, December 17. Anstey 

A Solicitor at Helston, Cornwall. 

Clement, Reynold Alleyne, son of Hampden Clement, Esq., Snarestone, 
Atherstone, aged 12, March 3. Price 

Captain, 68th Regiment. Present at the Storming of Tarange, New Zealand, 
1864. Adjutant of the Buckinghamshire Volunteers. One of Her late Majesty's 
Bodyguard, 1876. Secretary to the Master of the Buckhounds, 1900, and Clerk 
of the Course at Ascot. Of Kenilworth, Ascot, Berks. 

Rhoades, Edward Jamea, eldest son of the Rev. James Peter Rhoades, 
Rugby, aged 12, February 24. Town 

Pembroke College, Oxford, B.A. 1858, M.A. 1859. Vicar of Elmley Castle, 
Pershore, 1878-1898. Of 37, Hillmorton Road, Rugby. 

Rhoades, Willoughby Thomas, second son of the above Rev. James Peter 
Rhoades, aged 11, December 1. Town 

Pembroke College, Oxford, 1855. Died 28 October, 1856. 

Rhoades, Henry lull, third son of the above Rev. James Peter Rhoades, 
aged 9, April 17. Town 

University College, Oxford, Scholar 1856-64, B.A. 1860, M.A. 1864. Assistant 
Master at Clifton College, 1865-6. Headmaster of the Lower School of Lawrence 
Sheriffe, Rugby, 1878-90. Assistant Master at Rugby School, from 1890-1902. Of 
4, Arnold ViUas, Rugby. 

Edwards, Alexander McKenzie, son of John Edwards, Esq., Receiver- 
General of Jamaica, aged 15, October 5. School 

Bennett, Henry Leigh, second son of the Rev. Edward Leigh Bennett, 
Long iSutton, Lincolnshire, aged 13, July 23. School 

Corpus Christi CoUege, Oxford, B.A. 1855, M.A. 1870. Rector of Thrybergh, 
Yorkshire, from 1875. Prebendary of Lincoln Cathedral, 1873. 

Garforth, Frank, second son of William F. W. Garforth, Esq., Wiganthorpe, 
Whitwell, Yorkshire, aged 13, June 30. School 

Major, 7th Hussars, 1862. In the 68th Regiment, 1852, exchanged into the 7th 
Hussars. Served in the Indian Mutiny Campaign, 1858-9, and was present at the 
Siege and Capture of Lucknow, and several Actions. Medal and Clasp. Died 
September, 1874. 

Stone, Edgar Gresley, son of E. G. Stone, Esq., Longdon, near Tewkesbury, 
aged 1 5, January 3. Gongreve 

Lieutenant, 40th Bengal Infantry. Present at Lucknow, 1858, and died shortly 
after. 

M olyneux, William More, second son of James More Molyneux, Esq., 
Loseley Park, Guildford, aged 11, April 7. Cotton 

Pembroke College, Oxford, B.A. 1857, M.A. 1865. Formerly Clerk in the House 
of Commons. Of St. Catherine's House, Guildford. 

Beasley, John, son of John Beasley, Esq., Chapel Brampton, Northampton, 
aged 12, March 15. Price 

A Land Agent. Captain, 1st Northants Volunteers. Died 1865. 

Chetwode, Augustus Littleton, second son of the Rev. George Chetwode, 
Chilton House, Thame, Bucks, aged 14, November 7. School 

Balliol College, Oxford, B.A. 1856, M.A. 1859. Hon. Secretary of the Exhibition 
for the Benefit of the Distressed Peasantry in France, 1871. United Universities 
Club. 



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Clements, Charles Frederick, fifth son of the Rev. Jacob Crook Clements, 
Upton St. Leonards, Gloucester, aged 14, March 24. Price 

Oriel College, Oxford, 1850. Served with the Sherwood Foresters Militia during 
the Crimean War. Afterwards on the London Stock Exchange. Died December, 
1894. 

Ollivant, William Spencer, eldest son of the Rev. Dr. Alfred Ollivant, 
.Regius Professor, Cambridge, afterwards Lord Bishop of LlandafE, 
aged 12, November 17. Cotton 

Christ Church, Oxford, 1853. B.A. Corpus Christi College, 1858. M.A. 1859. 
Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 1866. South Wales Circuit. Royal Commissioner 
for Boundaries of Boroughs under the Reform Act of 1869. Died at Chester, 
when there as Revising Barrister, 3 October, 1876. 

Moreton, Hon. Reynolds, son of the Right Hon. Earl Ducie, Tortworth 
Court, Wootton-under-Edge, aged 11, December 21. Highton 

Captain, R.N. Retired. Served in the Crimean War, and at the attack on 
Kimburn, and taking of Kertch. Of Woodham Walter House, Maldon, Essex. 

Brown, Henry, son of Henry Brown, Esq., Barton Lodge, Torquay, 
Devonshire, aged 14, March 9. Highton 

King", John Charles, son of the Rev. William Hutchinson King, St. Luke's, 
Cheetham Hill, Manchester, aged 15, March 20. Mayr 

Lieutenant, 74th Highlanders. Served in the Kaffir War, 1851-2. Died in the 
Nilgherry Hills, India, 24 June, 1854. 

Moseley, William Henry, eldest son of William Moseley, Esq., Leaton 
Hall, Stourbridge, aged 13, April 1. Mayor 

Balliol College, Oxford, B.A. 1856. Late Captain, 60th Rifles. J.P. for Co. 
Stafford. Of Leaton Hall, Bobbington, Stourbridge. 

Agg, William, son of William John Agg, Esq., Hewletts, Cheltenham, 
aged 15, October 23. Cotton 

Colonel. Retired. Served with the 51st Regiment throughout the Burmese 
War, 1852-3. At the Storming of Rangoon, the Capture of Bassein, and other 
Actions. Medal and Clasp. Of Hewletts, Cheltenham. 

Cole, William Barry, son of Thomas Frederick Cole, Esq., Ryde, Isle of 
Wight, aged 15, February 22. Anstey 

Caius College, Cambridge, B.A. 1853. Perpetual Curate of Shanklin, I.W., 
from 1881. 

Lee, Francis Valentine Toldervey, son of Mrs. Lee, 1, Chester Place, 
Regent's Park, London, aged 11, March 22. Arnold 

Collinson, William Alfred, son of William Collinson, Esq., 3, Kingston 
Terrace, Hull, aged 14, November 22. Stanley 

Sometime an Underwriter at Lloyds. Died 9 November, 1891. 

York, James Neal, son of James York, Esq., St. John's Wood Road, 
London, aged 15, June 3. Arnold 

A Solicitor at Newmarket. Died 1886. 

Landale, Thomas, son of Thomas Landale, Esq., Elphin, Lauuceston, 
Van Dieman's Land, aged 15, May 8. School 

Landale, Richard, son of the above Thomas Landale, Esq., aged 14, 
August 7. School 

Graham, Charles A., son of Robert Fuller Graham, Esq., Newbury,aged 15, 
January 9. Cotton 

Formerly a Solicitor at Kingsclere, Hants. 



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Cramer, Herbert, son of the Very Rev. John Anthony Cramer, Dean of 
Carlisle, and Principal of New Inn Hall, Oxford, aged 13, 
December 25 Arnold 

Mortimore, John, son of Richard Mortimore, Esq., (Jhippenham, aged 15, 
November 28. Stanley 

Twysden, Edmund Fortescue, son of the Rev. Thomas Fortescue Twysden, 
Charleton, Kingsbridge, Devon, aged 14, August 8. School 

Captain, 35th Regiment. Present at the Battles of the Alma and Inkerman, and 
at the Siege of Sebastopol. Medal and Clasps, and Sardinian Medal with two 
Clasps. Died on the passage to India, 19 February, 1864. 

Jeayes, John, second son of Mr. Luke Jeayes, Rugby, aged 10, 
November 28. Town 

Christ Church, Oxford, B.A. 1861. Drowned near Mentone, when endeavouring 
to rescue his pupil, 5 May, 1864. 

Redfern, John, son of Thomas Redfern, Esq., Leek, Staffordshire, aged 15, 
January 17. Stanley 

Editor of Selections from Shakespeare. Formerly a Solicitor at Oldham. Of 
Cromwell Terrace, Leek. 

Mayor, Arthur, son of Henry Mayor, Esq., 115, Upper Street, Islington, 
aged 15, June 7. Highton 

Cayley, Digby, second son of Digby Cayley, Esq., afterwards Baronet 
Brompton, Scarborough, aged 12, June 7. Arnold 

Downing College, Cambridge. J.P. for East Riding of Yorkshire. Of Norton 
Grove, Malton, York. 

Marriott, William, son of John Marriott, Esq., Allerton, Liverpool, aged 
14, December 31. Bradley 

In business at Liverpool. Died 1893. 

Clowes, St. John Legh, third son of William Legh Clowes, Esq., Broughton 
Hall, Manchester, aged 14, August 8. School 

Of Brookbank, Cheltenham. 

MacBayne, Francis John, son of Lachlan Mac Bay ne, Esq., Clifton, Bristol, 
aged 12, September 15. Cotton 

Pattison, Francis Winn. son of the Rev. Mark James Pattison, Hawkeswell 
Rectory, Yorkshire, aged 13, January 11. School 

Late in Her Majesty's Customs. Of 7, Burwood Place, London, W. 

Salmond, Charles James, son of James Salmond, Esq., Waterfoot, Penrith, 
aged 13, November 11. Anstey 

Adjutant, 2nd Cavalry Gwalior Contingent. Engaged during the Indian Mutiny 
Campaign, and A.D C. to Sir Hope Grant. Severely wounded, 27 June, 1857. 
Promoted Captain, 26 July, 1857, but never heard of his promotion. Charged at 
the head oi the storming party at the Assault of the Secundra Bagh, 13 November, 
1857, with Lieutenant Anson, who received, as Salmond would undoubtedly have 
received, the V.C. But he was killed when sleeping in a grove behind the 
British lines after the Battle of Cawnpore, 6 December, 1857. 

Melville, Swinton Samuel, son of John Melville, Fsq., 16, Upper Harley 
Street, London, aged 15, December 16. Cotton 

Bengal Civil Service, 1852. Magistrate and Collector of Fatehpur. Retired 1879. 
Distinguished himself during the Mutiny. East India United Service Club. 



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Daniell, Egerton Frederick, only son of Edmund Robert Daniell, Esq., 
Meriden Hall, Coventry, aged 13. July 27. School 

Christ Church, Oxford, B.A. 1856. Vicar of Kinson, Dorset, 1866-86. Rector of 
Sully, Cardiff, from 1895. 

Blackett, William, son of William F. Blackett, Esq., Benridge, Newcastle- 
on-Tyne, aged 15, February 1. Price 

Entered the Army, 1855. Lieutenant-Colonel, 61st Regiment. Served with the 
98th Regiment in India in the Peshawur Force, 1858, and present at the affair 
with the Hindostanee Rebels on Sittana. Medal with Clasps. Of Renege, Ascot. 
Army and Navy Club. 

Griffiths, Frederick William, fourth son of John Griffiths, Esq., The Weir* 
Hereford, aged 14, August 30. Bradley 

Christ Church, Oxford, 1851. B.A. University College, Durham, 1856. Vicar of 
Coalpit Heath, Bristol, from 1881. 

Hurt, Charles, son of Major James Hurt, Wirksworth, Derbyshire, aged 
13, October 31. Stanley 

Captain, 1st Batallion First Royals, 1855. Present at the Battles of the Alma 
and Inkerman, and served throughout the Crimean War. Knight of the Legion 
of Honour, 1856. Medal and Clasps. 

ENTRANCES IN AUGUST, 1847- 

Lawson. Henry, third son of William Lawson, Esq., Longhirst, Morpeth, 
Northumberland, aged 13, October 6. School 

Lieutenant, 46th Regiment. Engaged before Sebastopol, 1854-5. Crimean Medal. 
Died in Egypt, 1872. 

O'Brien Henry, son of Donough O'Brien, Esq., Rugby, aged 11, 
October 24. Town 

O'Brien, Edward Francis, son of the above Donough O'Brien, Esq., 
aged 9, October 5. Town 

Hickman, William, eldest son of George Hickman, Esq., Great Marlow, 
Bucks, aged 12, March 18. ffighton 

Wadham College, Oxford, B.A. 1857, M.A. 1870. Vicar of Christ Church, 
Warminster, from 1867. 

Fraser, Frederick Mackenzie, son of Colonel Charles Eraser, Castle Eraser, 
Cheny, Aberdeenshire, aged 16, April 4. Arnold 

Lieutenant-Colonel of the Reserve Forces. Formerly in the 85th Regiment. 
J.P. and D.L. for Aberdeenshire. Of Castle Fraser, and Inverallochy, Aberdeen. 
Died 19 May, 1897. 

Forbes, Alexander Reginald, son of George Forbes, Esq., West Coates 
House, Edinburgh, aged 13, January 17. Cotton 

In the Union Bank of Scotland. Of 5, Gilmour Place, Edinburgh. 

Wallace, Charles Hill, second son of the late Charles Hill Wallace, 
Halifax, N.S.,and Mrs. Wallace, Rugby, aged 14, January 12. Town 

Pembroke College, Oxford. First Class in Classical Moderations, 1853, B.A. 1855, 
MA. 1858. F.R.G.S. Vicar of Trinity Church, Clifton, 1867-92. Hon. Canon, 
1891. Of 3, Gloucester Row, Clifton. United Universities Club. 

Ffolkes, George Howe Browne, son of Sir William Ffolkes, Bart., 
Hillington Hall, King's Lynn, aged 13, February 16. Bradley 

J.P. for Norfolk. Of Wolferton Manor House, King's Lynn. 



64 Tait, 1842-50. 

Q-oad, George Maxwell, son of General Sir Thomas Bradford, G.O.B. 
Hart well, Tunbridge Wells. School 

Lieutenant, 13th Light Dragoons. Present t the Battle of the Alma, and took 
part in the Balaclava Charge, when his horse was shot under him, and he himself 
severely injured. Medal and Clasps. Died 30 January, 1894. 

Burland, Morris Burland Harris, eldest son of John B. H. Burland. Esq., 
Wootton-under-Edge, aged 13, January 31. Highton 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. 1857, MA. 1860. Rector of Stanton, Worcestershire, 
from 1877. 

Richardson, William Martin, son of Mr. John Richardson, Rugby, aged 
10, October 4. Town 

Living at Brighton, 1902. 

Robinson, Brooke, son of William Robinson, Esq., (O.R., 1816), Summer 
Hill, near Dudley, aged 11, September 11. Highton 

Formerly a Solicitor at Dudley. Captain, Worcestershire Yeomanry, 1869-71. 
M.P. for Dudley since 1886. Of Barford House, Warwick. Carlton Club. 

Vicars, Henry George Austin, son of Hedley Vicars, Esq., Rugby, aged 14, 
February 2. Town 

Brevet- Major, 18th Regiment. Served in the Indian Mutiny Campaign, 1857-8, 
and present at the Siege of Delhi. Medal and Clasp. A.D.C. to the Viceroy of 
India, 1863. Died 9 September, 1867. 

Vicars, Edward Richard Fox, son of the above Hedley Vicars, Esq., aged 
12. November 18. Town 

Captain, 68th Light Infantry. Engaged before Sebastopol, and throughout the 
Crimean War. Medal and Clasps. Famous as a cricketer. Died at Burmah, 
from tetanus arising from the insertion of a splinter of bamboo in the jaw, 1862. 

Page, Spencer Cobham, son of the Rev. Luke Page, Woolpit, Suffolk, 
aged 13, November 15. Left 1848. Highion 

Went to Sandhurst, then out to Australia. On his return was gazettad to the 
1st West India Regiment. Accidentally killed, March, 1857. 

Dayrell, Marmaduke Francis, son of the Rev. Thomas Dayrell, Marston 
Rectory, York, aged 13, January 4. Arnold 

Of Shudy Camps Park, Cambridgeshire. Died 1877. 

Joyce, Charles, second son of the late Henry Candy Joyce, and Mrs. Joyce, 
Rugby, aged 13, March 19. Town 

Exeter College, Oxford, B.A. 1857, M.A. 1859. Rector of Fulmer, Bucks, 1875. 
Died about 1900. 

Turner, William Browning, eldest son of George Turner, Esq., Barton, 
near Exeter, aged 16, February 4. Arnold 

Balliol College, Oxford, B.A. 1853. Vicar of Bray Wood, Windsor Forest, 
from 1867. 

Cato, Jesse Ensor, son of Josiah Cato, Esq., 48, Cambridge Terrace, Hyde 
Park, London, aged 13, June 16. Mayor 

Thicknesse, Ralph eldest son of Ralph Anthony Thicknesse, Esq. (O.R. 
18i4), Wigan, aged 14, April 15. Anstey 

- Drowned in Windermere Lake, 13 September, 1851. 

Tarbet, Henry, son of William Tarbet, Esq., 9, Abercrombie Square, 
Liverpool, aged 14, April 16. Anstey 

A Merchant in Liverpool. Died 27 March, 1875. 



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Dehane, Edward Francis, son of Edward F. Dehane, Esq., Wolverhampton, 
aged 15. October 12. Anstey 

Formerly a Surgeon at Wolverhampton. Afterwards in Australia, where he died 
comparatively young. 

Otter, Robert Henry, third son of Francis Otter, Esq., Rugby, aged 11, 
May 21. Town- Bradley 

Corpus Christi College, Oxford, B.A. 1858, M.A. 1863. A Solicitor at Bristol, 
1860-72. J.P. for Surrey. Of Queenwood, Chertsey. Devonshire Club. 

Douglass, James Heger, son of James L. Douglas, Esq., Market Harborough, 
aged 13, August 23. Anstey 

A Solicitor at Market Harborough, and Clerk to the Magistrates. Secretary of 
the Quorn Hounds. 

De Vitre, George Edward Denis, son of Matthew T. D. De Vitre, 9, 
Southwick Crescent, Hyde Park, London, aged 13, Sept. 21. Mayor 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1856, M.A. 1860. Vicar of Weston, Stevenage, 
1864-8. Of Keep Hatch, Wokingham. Died 19 December, 1892. 

Wedgwood, James Macintosh, son of Hensleigh Wedgwood, Esq. (O R. 
1814), London, aged 13, April 22. Mayor 

Bennett, William John Ewins, second son of Barwell Ewins Bennett, Esq., 
Marston Trussell, aged 15, July 10. School 

Oriel College, Oxford, B.A. 1855, M.A. 1860. Barrister -at-Law, Inner Temple, 
1859. Midland Circuit. Recorder of Grantham, 1878. Of Marston Trussell 
Manor House, Market Harborough. Changed his name to BARWELL-EWINS, 1898. 

Ferguson, John Stevenson, son of Thomas Ferguson, Esq., 19, Circus, 
Bath, aged 14. May 17. Highton 

Major and Lieutenant-Colonel, 2nd Life Guards. Served with the 5th Dragoon 
Guards at Sebastopol, Balaclava, and Inkerman, 1854-5. Medal and 3 Clasps. 
Died 11 January, 1885. 

Fenton, John Henry William, only son of the late Rev. Henry Fenton, 
Burton-upon-Trent, aged 14, June 18. Highton 

Exeter College, Oxford, 1852, B.A. St. Mary Hall, 1857, M.A. 1858. Barrister-at- 
Law, Inner Temple, 1860. Died 1865. 

Stewart, Charles, fourth son of John Stewart, Esq , Mount Pleasant, 
Liverpool, aged 14, Jnly 30. Mayor 

Ban ister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 1861. Chancery Bar. Of 11, Old Square, 
Lincoln's Inn. 

Wynne, Edward Cooper, son of Owen Wynne, Esq., Custom House, Sligo, 
aged 13, October 9. Anstey 

Served as Captain in the 90th and 52nd Regiments in the Indian Mutiny 
Campaign, and was wounded at Lucknow. Medal. Died 1888. 

Patch, William, son of John Patch, Esq., Barrister-at-Law, 51, Upper 
Gower Street, London, aged 12, November 12. Mayor 

St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1857. Died at Cambridge, 13 March, 1857. 

Julott, Charles James, son of Charles James Julott, Esq., Cheetham Hill, 
Manchester, aged 15, February 20. Highton 

Rawdon, William Frederick, eldest son of William Frederick Rawdon, 
Esq., M.D., York, aged 14. February 3. Highton 

Wadham College, Oxford, First Class in Moderations, 1855, B.A. 1856, M.A. 1859. 
In Holy Orders. Died 13 July, 1883. 
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Sykes, Thomas Hardcastle, third son of Richard Sykes, Esq., Edgeley, 
Stockport, Cheshire, aged 14, February 15. Oongreve 

Of Cringle, Cheadle, Cheshire. J.P. and D.L. High Sheriff, 1899. Died 25 
April, 1901. 

Hunter, James Edward, son of Hugh Hunter, Esq., Gloucester Lodge, 
St. Leonards, aged 13, March 11. Congreve 

Captain, R.N. Retired. Served in the Russian War. Medal. Distinguished 
for his services in the Sea of Japan, 1863. United Service Club. 

Stewart, Daniel Shaw, second son of the late James Stewart, and Mrs. 
Stewart, of Clyde Bank, Greenock, aged 14, June 19. Arnold 

Formerly Captain, llth Hussars. Of West Park, St. Andrew's, Fife. 

Milford, Alfred, son of John Milford, Esq., Coaver, Exeter, aged 14, 
December 12. Bradley 

A Banker at Exeter. Partner in the City Bank. Died 21 May, 1887. 

Turner, Abraham, second son of Abraham Turner, Esq., Kidderminster, 
aged 12, December 26. School 

Worcester College, Oxford, 1854. Died at Milton, Stourport, 14 April, 1888. 

Edwards, John, son of John Edwards, Esq., Jamaica, ward of Captain 
Fraser, Craigton, Inverness, aged 13, April 27. School 

Dickson, Alexander George, son of the late George Dixon, Esq., aged 13, 
June 23. Congreve 

Major, 13th Hussars. Served with the 62nd Regiment at Sebastopol, 1854-5, 
including the Attack on the Quarries and the Redan. Medal and Clasp. Present 
with the Carabineers at the outbreak of the Mutiny, at Meerut, 1857, and in the 
subsequent Actions, and at Delhi. Medal and Clasp. M.P. for Dover, 1865-89. 
Died 4 July, 1889. 

Vivian, Charles George, son of the late Rev. C. P. Vivian, ward of G. 
Vivian, Esq., Claverton, Bath, aged 15, June 20. Price 

Freeman, John Watkins, son of John G. Freeman, Esq., Rockfield, 
Hereford, aged 14, May 24. Bradley 

Gazetted to the 16th Regiment, 1851. Captain 1858. 

MacCarthy, Charles Desmond, son of Charles E. MacCarthy, Esq., Leeds, 
aged 14, December 13. Gotton 

Of 40, Savile Row, London. 

Fisher, Edmund Henry, son of the Rev. Edmund Fisher, Ongar, Essex, 
aged 12, January 31. School 

Exhibitioner, 1854. Trinity College, Cambridge. Bell Scholar, 1855. B.A. 20th 
Wrangler, and Second Class in Classical Tripos, 1858. Le Bas Historical Prize, 
1859. Fellow, M.A. 1861. Assistant Master at Marlborough. 1860-5. Vicar of St. 
Mark's, Kennington, 1869. Hon. Canon of Winchester Cathedral. Archdeacon 
of Southwark, 1877. Died at Monks Eleigh Rectory, Suffolk, 6 May, 1879. 

Durell, David John Vavasor, eldest son of David Vavasor Durell, Esq., 
Oxford, aged 13, February 28. School 

St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1857. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1862. 
Of 2, Temple Gardens, London, E.G. Died 12 September, 1901. 

Bligh, Hon. Henry, third son of the Countess of Darnley, and the late 
Edward, fifth Earl,Cobham Hall, Gravesend.aged 13, June 10. School 

Christ Church, Oxford, 1852. Vicar of Nettlebed, Oxon, 1866-74, of St. Helen's, 
Abingdon, 1874-8, and of Holy Trinity, Fareham, 1893-1901. 



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Perkins, Reginald, son of Charles Perkins, Esq., 1, Upper Harley Street, 
London, aged 14, December 21. Arnold 

Whatman, Charles Mann Cornwallis, son of James Whatman, Esq., 
Maidstone, Kent, aged 15, May 4. Congreve 

Was a Solicitor. Resided at Breamore, near Salisbury. 

Barttlelot, Brian Barttlelot, second son of George Barttlelot, Esq., 
Stopham House, Petworth, aged 13, December 1. School 

Late Captain, 8th Sussex Volunteers. J.P. for Sussex. Of Ditton, Torquay, and 
Villa Navoni, Mentone, France. 

Walker, Frederick James, second son of James Walker, Esq., afterwards 
Baronet (O.K. 1816), Sandhutton, York, aged 12, February 1. Price 

Exeter College, Oxford, B.A. 1856, M.A. 1860. J.P. and D.L. for North Riding of 
Yorkshire. Of Villa Mezzo Monte, Cannes, France. Carlton Club. 

Middleton, Frederick Matthews, eldest son of the Rev. Frederick Graeme 
Middleton, Bembridge, Isle of Wight, aged 16, March 12. Anstey 

University College, Oxford, B.A. 1854, M.A. 1864. Vicar of Yorktown, Surrey, 
1868. Rector of Old Alresford, Hants, from 1894. 

Ruck-Keene, Arthur, seventh son of the Rev. Charles Edmund 
Ruck-Keene, Swyncombe House, Henley -on-Thames, aged 12, 
November 11. Arnold 



Sherborough, West Coast of Africa, August, 1873. 

Day, Gerard James, son of James Day, Esq., Horsford, Norwich, aged 14, 
April 1. Arnold 

Trinity Hall, Cambridge. Of Dwyfor Villa, Criccieth, North Wales, 1902. 

Foyster, Henry Brereton, son of the Rev. Henry Samuel Foyster, 
Hastings, aged 13, March 3. Arnold 

Exhibitioner, 1853. Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A., Second Class in 
Classical and Theological Tripos, 1857, M.A. 1860. Rector of St. Clement's, 
Hastings, 1861. Of Croft House, Hastings. 

Joy, Henry, son of George Joy, Esq., Woodtown House, Rathfarnham, 
Dublin, aged 12, December 17. Arnold 

Garnett, George Foster, son of George Garnett, Esq., Williamston, Kells, 
Co. Meath, Ireland, aged 15,^ May 11. Arnold 

Hillas, Robert William, son of Mrs. Hillas, Maryland, Newport, Mayo, 
Ireland, aged 16, May 17. Highton 

Of Ballisodare, Sligo. 

Danvers, Augustus Fennell, son of Edward Danvers, Esq., Indian Civil 
Service, Bombay, aged 15, April 11. Price 

Formerly Captain, Native Infantry, Oude, and held a Staff Appointment. Died 
before 1881. 

Wynch, William Mailing, son of Mrs. Wynch, Rugby, aged 11, 
March 18. Town 

Died at Roseville, Lyme Regis, 19 July, 1901. 

Spencer, Herbert George, son of J. H. Spencer, Esq., Plas Newydd, Port 
Philip, Australia, aged 13, February 8. Cotton 



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Bury, Thomas Eaton, son of John Bury, Esq., Coventry, aged 15, 
December 12. School 

Clayfield-Ireland, James, eldest son of James Ireland Clay field- Ireland, 
Esq., Brislington, Bristol, aged 12, March 14. Price 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. Senior Optime, 1858, M.A. 1861. Barrister-at- 
Law, Lincoln's Inn, 1862. J.P. and D.L. for Somerset. Died 6 December, 1898. 

Filgate, William de Salis, eldest son of William Filgate, Esq., Lissrenny, 
Ardee, Louth, Ireland, aged 12, December 2. School 

Late Captain, Louth Rifles. J.P. and D.L. for Co. Louth. High Sheriff, 1879. 
Master of the Louth Hounds, since 1860. Of Lissrenny, as above. 

Stewart, Hamilton Douglas, son of Charles D. Stewart, Msq.. Barrister-at- 
Law, Kingston, St. Vincent, West Indies, aged 16, bept. 27. Price 

Stewart, Charles Edward, son of the above Charles D. Stewart, Esq., 
aged 14, May 8. Price 

Desborough, Henry John, second son of Lawrence Desborough, Esq., 
Grove Hill, Camberwell, aged 14, February 18. Mayor 

Wadham College, Oxford, B.A. 1855, M.A 1858. Rector of Christ Church, 
Southwark, 1867-76, and of Barham, Ipswich, 1876. Died 15 April, 1877. 

Dawson, Pelsant Henry, son of George Dawson, Esq., Osgodby Hall, 
Selby, Yorkshire, aged 14, September 24. Anstey 

Scott, Richard, brother of Joseph Scott, Esq., 77, Gloucester Road, Hyde 
Park, London, aged 13, January 28. Arnold 

Wigram, Robert, son of Money Wigram, Esq., Wanstead, Essex, aged 14, 
August 23. Cotton 

Chairman of the National Provincial Bank of England. Carlton Club. 

Crawford, Arthur Travers, son of James H. Crawford, Esq., Indian Civil 
Service. Bengal, aged 12, June 20. Anstey 

Bombay Civil Service, 1854-P9. Commissioner of Land Revenue, and General 
Administrator of Central Division of Bombay, 1879-89. " The Haussmann of 
Bombay," after whom the Arthur Crawford Markets are named. C.M.G. 1887. 

Preese, Arthur James, son of Arthur Freese, Esq., Indian Civil Service, 
Madras, aged 12, December 19. School 

Lieutenant, 6th Light Cavalry, Madras. Served in the Indian Mutiny 
Campaign, and died of wounds received in a charge near Goruckpore, 
26 August, 1858. 

Newbatt, Charles Henry, eldest son of Edward Newbatt, Esq., Old Place, 
bleaford, Lincolnshire, aged 13, August 18. Price 

Corpus Christi CoUege, Oxford, 1853. Lieutenant, 10th Foot. Died before 1881. 

Clarke, Charles Pickering, second son of Captain Thomas Pickering 
Clarke, R.N., 17, Earl's Terrace, Kensington, Middlesex, aged 13, 
June 15. Mayor 

University College, Oxford, B.A., First Class in History, 1852, M.A. 1858. 
Rector of Great Thornham, Suffolk, 1875. Vicar of Holy Trinity, South 
Wimbledon, from 1884. 

ENTRANCES IN FEBRUARY, 1848. 

Haymes, Robert, son of William Haymes, Esq., Rugby, aged 10, 
November 3. ^ Town 



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Hadow, Reginald Townshend, third son of the late Henry Patrick Hadow, 
Bombay, and stepson of James Walker, Esq., Powis House, 
Stirling:, aged 14, June 27. Left June, 1852. School 

Formerly Agent of the Bank of England at Leeds, 1888-93. Residing in Rome, 
1902. Hotel Beau Site, Rome. 

Gill, Harold W ray ford Cornish, son of John Hornbrook Gill, Esq , 
Bickham, Plymouth, aged 16, July 17. Price 

Died 28 October, 1864. 

McKinnell, William, son of the late James McKinneil, Esq., and stepson 
of Mr. Masters, Rugby, aged 13, September 5. Town 

Of Woodhill, Northampton, 1902. 

Budd, Thomas Hay ward, son of Thomas W. Budd, Esq., 13, Norfolk 
Crescent, Hyde Park, London, aged 13, January 23. Anstey 

Formerly a Solicitor, 33, Bedford Row, London. 

Birch, George Francis, son of Major George Birch, Clare, Farnham, 
Hants., aged 14, January 6. Congreve 

Lieutenant-Colonel, late 3rd Battalion Hampshire Regiment. J.P. and D.L. for 
Hants. Of Clare Park, Crondall, Hants. 

Torrens, Henry D'Oyley, son of Henry Torrens, Esq., Indian Civil Service, 
Bengal, aged 14, February 24. School 

Lieutenant-General, K.C.B. and K.C M.G. Served with the 23rd Welsh Fusiliers 
at the Battle of the Alma, and was wounded at Inkerman, while A.D.C. to 
Brigadier-General Torrens, 1854. Present at the attack on the Redan. Medal 
and Clasps Knight of the Legion of Honour. Served in the Indian Mutiny 
Campaign, the Siege of Lucknow, Cawnpore, and the Gwalior engagement, 1857-8. 
Assistant Adjutant-General in the Oude campaign, 1858-9. Governor and 
Commander of the Forces at Malta and its Dependencies, 1888. Died in London, 
1 December, 1889. 

Anstey, Francis Senior, son of the Rev. Charles Alley ne Anstey (O.K., 
1811), Rugby, aged 10, August 16. Anstey 

Settled in British Columbia, where he still resides. 

Sale, Clement Sheriff Townsend, son of William Sale, Esq., Banker, 
Kugby, aged 10, October, 8. Town 

Captain, 36th Regiment. Died at Jubbulpore in India, October, 1870. 

Oldfield, Frederick Folliott, son of Henry Swann Oldfield, Indian Civil 
Service, Bengal, aged 12, June 24. Anstey 

H.B.I C. Military Service. Served with the 9th Bengal Infantry till 1857. 
Present at the Battle fought near Agra, 5 July, 1857. Served with the 4th 
Punjaub Infantry in the Advance on Lucknow. Mortally wounded at the 
Storming of Secunderbagh, and died at Dilkhosha, Lucknow, 10 November, 1857. 

Woodcock, Thomas, -son of John Woodcock, Esq., Wigan, Lancashire, 
aged 1 3, May 20. Anstey 

Drowned in Lake Windermere, Westmoreland. 

Key, William, son of John Key, Esq., 14, Chester Street, Grosvenor Place, 
London, aged 14 in June. Highton 

Owen, John, son of Owen Owen, Esq., Gadlys, near Beaumaris, Anglesea, 
aged 14, January 23. Highton 

Hodgson, William Henry, son of Francis Roger Hodgson, Esq., Oakley, 
near Manchester, aged 14, August 15. Congreve 

Died at Manchester soon after leaving School. 



70 Tait, 1843-50. 

Budd, Francis Hastings, son of the Eev. Henry Budd, White Roothing, 
Ongar, Essex, aged 14, January 9. School 

Branfill, Brydges Robinson, fifth son of the late Champion Edward 
Branfill, and Mrs, Branfill, Upminster Hall, Romford. aged 14, 
November 22. Anstey 

Major-General, Bengal Cavalry. Formerly Deputy-Superintendent of the 
Trigonometrical Survey at Bangalore. J.P. for Essex. Of Billericay, Essex. 

Meyer, Frederick Burnett, son of Edward B. Meyer, Esq., Upper Tooting, 
Surrey, aged 13, June 16. Anstey 

Formerly on the London Stock Exchange. 

GrOOdwm, Richard Henry, eldest son of the Rev. Henry John Goodwin, 
Hinchley Wood House, Ashbourne, aged 14, September 15. Arnold 

Captain, 6th Regiment. Assumed the additional name of GLADWIN, 1881. Died 
25 February, 1895. 

Phillips, Spencer William, second son of the Rev. William Spencer 
Phillips, Courtfield, Ryde, aged 14, January 19. Congreve 

University College, Oxford, B.A. 1856, M.A. 1859. Vicar of Wateringbury, 
Maidstone, 1877. Died 1894. 

Worrall, Francis, son of Mrs. Worrall, Knotty Ash House, near Liverpool, 
aged 13, October 11. Anstey 

Firman, Humphrey Brooke, eldest son of the late Brooke Firman, Esq., 
and Mrs. Firman, 20, Rue de Pipots, Boulogne, aged 14, 
January 18. Congreve 

Of Gateforth House, Yorkshire. Died 28 January, 1868. 

Carr, Henry Martin, third son of Ralph Oarr, Esq , Dunston Hill, Gateshead, 
Durham, aged 12, July 26. Price 

Christ Church, Oxford, B.A. 1858, M.A. 1864. Vicar of St. Paul's, Alnwick, 1868. 
Died 18 September, 1868. 

Carr, Oswald, fourth son of the above Ralph Carr, Esq., aged 11, 
August 27. Price 

Captain, Royal Artillery. Present at the Capture of Canton, 1857. Medal and 
Clasp. Served at the Capture of Pekin, 1860. Medal. Killed in New Zealand in 
an action with the natives, 8 August, 1868. 

Monck, Arthur Edward, son of Charles Monck, Esq., Oakwood House, 
Newcastle-on-Tyne, aged 10, January 12 Price 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1860. Succeeded as seventh Baronet at the 
death of his grandfather, 1867. M.P. for Durham City, 1874. Resumed the 
family name of MIDDLETON. Of Belsay Castle, Northumberland. 

Smyth. John Acheson, eldest son of Ross Thompson Smyth, Esq., Vernon 
House, Edge Hill, Liverpool, aged 14, May 1. Price 

Left December. 1848, having met with an accident. Of Ardmore. Died 24 July, 
1874. 

Burn, Thomas Harris, son of the Rev. Andrew Burn, Kynnersley Rectory, 
Wellington, Salop, aged 14, October 19. Ootton 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1856, M.A. 1861. Assistant Master at 
Marlborough, 1857-58. Went with Bishop Cotton to India, 1855. Chaplain at 
Bareilly, 1863. Died 24 July, 1864. 

MacCarthy, Henry Mead, son of Charles MacOarthy, Esq , Leeds, 
aged 13. Cotton 

Died at Malvern about 1854. 



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MacTnnes, John Reynolds, son of Major-Gen John Machines, Hampstead, 
aged 12, April 11. Cotton 

Died 1866. 

Grenfell. Algernon Sidney, eldest son of the late Algernon Grenfell, 
Assistant Master at Rugby, aged 11, June 30. Arnold 

Balliol College, Oxford, B.A. 1859, MA. 1862. Assistant Master at Repton 
School, 1860-2. For some years Chaplain at the London Hospital. Died 
18 August, 1887. 

Shackleton, John, son of John Shackleton, Esq., 15. Brunswick Place, 
Leeds, aged 14, July 18. Price 

MacCreight, William Leslie, son of the late Kev. James MacCreight, 
Cavan, aged 15, March 20. Congreve 

Beevor, Miles "Rranthwayt. eldest son of Frederick Balders Beevor, Esq., 
3, Dorset Square, London, aged 14, April 4. Anstey 

Previously at Westminster School. Practising as a Solicitor at Kimberley, South 
Africa. P.O. Box 67, Kimberley. 

Currie, Henry Octavius, fifth son of John Currie, Esq., Upper Gatton, 
Surrey, aged 13. June 30. Highton 

Staff-Paymaster in the Army with rank of Lieutenant-Colonel. Formerly 
Lieutenant, Bengal Army, and served in the Indian Mutiny Campaign. Medal. 
Retired 1878. 

Rawson, Francis George, son of G. Rawson, Esq., Nottingham, aged 14, 
April 23. School 

Formerly a Solicitor at Nottingham, and Clerk to the Borough Magistrates. 

Grant, Aldourie Patrick, son of Colonel Patrick Grant, I.O.S., ward of W. 
Fraser-Tytler, Esq., aged 13, January 12. School 

Lieutenant, 71st Native Infantry, Bengal. Murdered by the Mutineers at the 
Cantonment, Lucknow, when the rebellion first broke out, 30 May, 1857. 

Philpot, Harvey John, son of the Rev. Benjamin Philpot, Great 
Cressingham, Norfolk, aged 14, March 9. Bradley 

Philpot, Frederick Nathaniel, son of the above Rev. Benjamin Philpot, 
aged 13, July 21. Bradley 

Venning, John James Edgcombe, son of J. Yenning, Esq., East Barnet, 
Herts., aged 14, December 5. Bradley 

A Solicitor, and Town Clerk of Devonport. Of Stoke, Devonport. 

Giles, Tory, son of Mrs. Giles, 9, Adelphi Terrace, Strand, London, aged 
15, December 2. Congreve 

Curzon, Richard, second son of John Curzon, Esq., Derby, aged 14, 
November 19. Arnold 

Brasenose College, Oxford, B.A. 1857, M.A. 1858. In Holy Orders. Died 
20 April, 1863. 

Hatfeild, son of Randall Hatfeild, Esq. (O.R. 1813), Thorp Arch, York, 
aged 13. December 3. Arnold 

Formerly in the 88th Regiment. Died 20 April, 1863. 

Wilkins, Reginald Hay, son of the Ven. Archdeacon Wilkins, Residence 
House, Southwell, aged 14. November 18. Cotton 

Formerly a Solicitor. 19, King's Arms Yard, Coleman Street, London. 



72 Tait, 1842-50. 



Saltmarshe, Kobert, third son of the late Philip Saltmarshe, and Mrs. 
Saltmarshe, Howden, Yorkshire, aged 14, March 22. Cotton 

Exeter College, Oxford, 1852. Died 26 August, 1855. 

Trafford, George, son of Richard Leigh Trafford, Esq. (O.K. 1811), 
Ardencaple House, Leamington, aged 15, February 3. Cotton 

Barrister-at-Law, Middle Temple, 1856. Chief Justice, Vice-Chancellor, and 
Judge of Vice-Admiralty Court at St. Vincent, West Indies, 1866. 

Pemberton, Wykeham Leigh, son of Edward Leigh Pemberton, Esq., 17, 
Russell Square, London, aged 14, December 4. Cotton 

Formerly in the Royal Navy. Joined the 60th Rifles. Served in the Indian 
Mutiny Campaign, and was severely wounded with the loss of two fingers at 
Cawnpore, 27 November, 1857. Medal. Commanded a Battalion of his Regiment 
in the Zulu War, 1879. Assistant Quartermaster-General at Headquarters, 1880. 
Major-General. C.B. Aide-de-camp to H.R.H. the Duke of Cambridge, 1886-90. 
Retired, 1893. J.P. for Sussex. Of Abbots Leigh, Hay ward's Heath. Army and 
Navy Club. 

Leigh, Oswald Peter, son of James Heath Leigh, Esq., Belmont, Northwich, 
aged 14, September 26. Bradley 

Lieutenant, 22nd Regiment. Of Belmont Hall, Cheshire. Died 1876. 

Lane, William Goldsmith Lister, second son of John Lane, Esq., Ley ton 
Grange, Essex aged 12, December 7. School 

Formerly in the Indian Civil Service, Bengal Presidency, 1856-63. Of Bohespic, 
Tummel Bridge. Union Club. 

White, Thomas George Graham, son of T. White, Esq., Wethersfield, 
Essex, aged 13, March 29. Bradley 

Greenwood, John James, fourth son of the late Rev. William Greenwood, 
and Mrs. Greenwood, Rugby, aged 12, June 9. Town 

Captain, 33rd Duke of Wellington's Regiment. Served in the Crimean War. 
Severely wounded at the Battle of the Alma, when carrying the colours of his 
Regiment, 1854. Medal and Clasps. Died June, 1888. 

Parry, Thomas Love Duncombe Jones, eldest son of Lieutenant-General 
Sir Love Jones Parry, Madryn Park, Pwlheli, Carnarvonshire, 
aged 16. January 8. Bradley 

University College, Oxford, 1850. F.S.A. High Sheriff of Carnarvon, 1854. 
Captain, Royal Anglesea Militia. M.P. for Carnarvonshire, 1868-74, and for 
Carnarvon District, 1886. Created a Baronet, 1886. Died at Madryn Park, 
18 December, 1886. 

Law, Alexander Patrick, second son of the Rev. Patrick Comerford Law, 
Northrepps Rectory, Oromer, aged 16, January 14. Bradley 

Corpus Christi College, Oxford, 1851, B.A. and M.A , New Inn Hall, 1860. 
Died 30 October, 1895. 

Law, Markharn John, fifth son of William John Law, Esq., Upper Seymour 
Street, London, aged 13, March 2. Bradley 

Exhibitioner, 1853. Balliol College, Oxford, B.A., First Class in Classics, 1858. 
Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1861. Home Circuit and Chancery Bar. 
Subsequently Manager of the Consolidated Bank, London. Died at Paris, 
7 March, 1880. 

Hankey, Charles Alers, son of J. A. Hankey, Esq., 7, Fenchurch Street, 
London, aged 14, April 4. Bradley 

Einchant. Job Henry, second son of Richard Henry Kinchant, Esq , Park 
Hall, Oswestry, aged 12, August 21. Bradley 

Of Park Hull, Oswestry. Died 1 September, 1869. 



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Thompson, John Troughton, only son of John Caton Thompson, Esq., 
West Derby, Liverpool, aged 14, January 2. Bradley 

Lowndes, Arthur, son of Matthew Dobson Lowndes, Esq., West Derby, 
Liverpool, aged 11, July 18 Bradley 

Died at Liverpool, 4 September, 1853. 

Hasler, Richard Charles, third son of Richard Hasler, Esq., Aldingbourne, 
Chichester, aged 12, December 26. School 

Lieutenant, R.N. Died 5 June, 1856. 

Warrand, Robert Hugh Munro, second son of Major Robert Warrand, 
Southwell, Notts, aged 14, July 21 . Bradley 

Exhibitioner 1852. Trinity College, Oxford, Scholar 1854. First Class in 
Classical Moderations 1854, B.A. 1856. Indian Civil Service, Bengal, 1856. 
Died at Etawah, Bengal, 2 October, 1864. 

Tindall, John, son of the Rev. J. Tindall, Mowsley Rectory, Market 
Harborough, aged 14, July 6. School 

Lea, Alfred, son of Thomas Lea, Esq., Gannon Bridge, Hereford, aged 13i 
June 15. Bradley 

Browne, William Lloyd, eldest son of Colonel Benjamin Chapman 
Browne, Stouts Hill, Uley, Gloucester, aged 12, Nov. 28. School 

University College, Oxford, 1854. Lieutenant-Colonel. 5th Lancers. Retired, 
after commanding the Regiment, 1889. Of Peers Court, Dursley, Gloucestershire. 

Hughes, Hugh Robert, only son of Thomas Hughes, Esq., Ystrad, 
Denbigh aged 13, January 17. School 

Exeter College, Oxford, B.A. 1857, M.A. 1859. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 
1859. Hon. Lieutenant-Colonel, 3rd Battalion Royal Welsh Fusiliers. High 
Sheriff of Denbighshire, 1885. Of Ystrad, Denbigh. Junior Carlton Club. 

Blackwood, Hans Stevenson, eldest son of the Rev. Hon. William Stear 
Blackwood, Balinderry, Lurgan, Ireland, aged 14, Nov. 28. School 

Christ Church, Oxford, B.A. 1856. In the War Office. Of Grendon Lodge, 
Atherstone. Died 1897. 

Pooley, Thomas William Lee, son of Mr. Thomas Pooley, Rugby, aged 12, 
May 15. Town 

Died 10 May, 1850. 

Maxwell, James, youngest son of Archibald Maxwell, Esq., Aigburth, 
Liverpool, aged 15, December 11. Bradley 

A Merchant in Liverpool, 1857-86. Died at Carlisle, 19 September, 1898. 

Tennant, Charles Henry, son of H. Tennant, Esq., 5, New Square, 
Lincoln's Inn, London, aged 14, August 22. Highton 

A Clerk to the Treasury. Of 69, Belgrave Road, London, S.W. 

ENTRANCES IN AUGUST, 1848. 

Moultrie, Fergusson Rose, son of the Rev. John Moultrie, Rugby, 
aged 13, June 1. Town 

Died 27 February, 1862. 
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Swan, Robert, son of Robert Swan, Esq., Minster Yard, Lincoln, aged 14, 
December 4. Highton 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1857, M.A. 1861. A Solicitor at Lincoln. 
Captain, Royal North Lincolnshire Militia. Died 9 March, 1899. 

Baxter, Francis Eldon, son of Robert Baxter, Esq., Park Street, 
Westminster, aged 12, May 26. Highton 

A Solicitor. 6, Victoria Street, Westminster. 

Cave, Henry Haddon, second son of Mrs. Cave, Rugby, and the late 
William Cave, of Desborough, Northants, aged 1 1, July 31. Town 
An Estate Agent. Of Horton Crescent, Rugby. 

Latham, Francis Law, second son of John Latham, Esq., Bradwell Hall, 
Sandbach, Cheshire, aged 11, August 5. Anstey 

Brasenose College, Oxford, First Class in Classical Moderations, 1858, B.A., First 
Class in Final Classics, 1860, M.A. 1863. Newdigate Prize, 1858. Barrister-at- 
Law, Inner Temple, 1864. Advocate-General of Bombay, 1882. Of Gadshill 
Place, Higham, by Rochester. 

Jackson, Francis Arthur, son of Mrs. Jackson, Rugby, and the late Rev. 
Francis Arthur Jackson, Vicar of Riccall, aged 10, Oct. 19. Town 

Served in the New Zealand Militia during the New Zealand War. Settled in Fiji. 
Of Jackson Dale, Savu-Savu-East, Fiji. 

GrOOdricke, Harry Holyoake, son of Sir Francis H. Goodricke, Bart., 
Clermont Lodge, Watton, Norfolk, aged 12, August 7. Bradley 

Major, 90th Light Infantry. Served in the Crimean War, at the Siege of 
Sebastopol, and was severely wounded in the Attack on the Redan, 8 November, 
1855. Served in the Indian Mutiny Campaign, 1857-8, including the March to 
Lucknow, and at Alumbagh, and also the operations in Oude. Medal and Clasps. 
Succeeded his father as second Baronet, 1865. Died 25 October, 1883. 

Palliser, John Richard, second son of the Rev. John Bury Palliser, 
Clonmel, aged 13, March 28. Arnold 

Formerly Lieutenant, 1st Royal Regiment, 1859. 

Papillon, Thomas Henry, second son of Thomas Papillon, Esq., Marl- 
borough Buildings, Bath, aged 13, November 13. Bradley 

University College, Oxford, 1854. Vicar of Stopsley, 1872-5. Died about 1890. 

Law, Francis Henry, son of Henry Shephard Law, Esq., 23, Bush Lane, 
Cannon Street, London, aged 14, August 12. Price 

Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 1858. Chancery Bar. Of New Barnet, Herts, 
and 14, Old Square, Lincoln's Inn, London, W.C. 

Ramsden, Frederick John, second son of George Ramsden, Esq., Regent 
Stairs, Doncaster, aged 12, August 5- School 

Christ Church, Oxford, B.A. 1859, M.A. 1861. Rector of Uffington, Stamford, 
1861-93. 

Watson, James Foster, son of James Otley Watson, Esq., Liverpool, 
aged 14, January 20. Anstey 

A Solicitor at Liverpool, and Joint Registrar of County Court. Admitted 1857. 
Died at Waterloo, Liverpool, 18 July, 1877. 

Parsons, John, second son of John Parsons, Esq., Oxford, aged 13, 
December 27. School 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. 1858, M.A. 1860. A Banker at Oxford. Late 
Captain Commandant Oxford City Rifle Volunteers. Of Tubney House, Abingdon. 



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Poole, William Halsted, second son of William Halsted Poole, Esq., 
Terrick Hall, Whitchurch, Salop, aged 13, March 30. Gotton 

Captain, 23rd Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Served in the Crimean War, at the Battles 
of the Alma and Inkermaii, and Siege of Sebastopol. Selected for the Legion of 
Honour. Died from wounds received at the Storming of the Redan, 24 
September, 1855. 

Greenwood, Charles, third son of the late Rev. William Greenwood, and 
Mrs. Greenwood, Rugby, aged 15, June 24, Town 

Of Leigh Side, Leigh Woods, near Bristol. 

Hume, William Wheler, son of the Rev. William Wheler Hume (O.R., 
1810), Scaldwell Rectory, Northampton, aged 14, July 30. Bradley 



Campaign, 1857, with the Meerut Volunteer Cavalry, and as a Volunteer with the 
Artillery at the Capture of Delhi. Medal with Clasp. Sometime District 
Superintendent of Police, Bengal. Died at Calcutta, 8 June, 1895. 

Lyon, Joseph, eldest son of the late Edmund Brock Lyon, and Mrs. 
Lyon, Parkgate, Chester, aged 14, July 31. Anstey 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. 1857, M.A. 1863. Vicar of Maghull, Lanes., 1865-9, 
and of Burton-in-Wirrall, 1870-5. Died at Chester, 13 April, 1900. 

Persse Richard Dudley, second son of Dudley Persse, Esq., Roxborough, 
Loughrea, Ireland, aged 14, May 10. Walrond 

Barrister-at-Law. Died 1879. 

Blakiston, Laurence, son of Major Blakiston, Mobberley Hall,Knutsford, 
Cheshire, aged 13, October 10. Price 

Captain, 62nd Regiment. Served in the Crimean War, at the Siege of Sebastopol. 
Killed in the very act of getting in through an embrasure of the Redan, 
8 September, 1855. 

Patch, Henry Revel, son of Major Henry Patch, Barnstaple, Devonshire, 
aged 15, July 8. Mayor 

Died at Exeter, 9 September, 1856. 

Leith, John Farley, son of J. F. Leith, Esq., 16, Albert Road, Regents 
Park, London, aged 13, May 14. Walrond 

Winckworth, Lewis, son of Mrs. Winckworth, Cowley Hall, Hillingdon, 
Middlesex, and the late Edward Winckworth, aged 14, 
June 29. Arnold 

Admitted a Solicitor 1857. Of 31, Abingdon Street, Westminster. 

Brander, John Boulton, son of the Rev. Boulton Brander, Derryhill, Calne, 
Wilts, aged 13, June 11. Walrond 

Clifford, Henry Marcus, only son of John Clifford, Esq., Deighton Grove, 
York, aged 14, February 10. Walrond 

Wadham College, Oxford, B.A. 1856, M.A. 1866. Vicar of Fulford, York, 1864-71. 
Of St. John's Hill, Ellesmere, Shropshire. 

Penwick, Thomas, son of Thomas Fenwick, Esq., South-hill, Chester-le- 
Street, Durham, aged 12, September 28. School 

Magdalene College, Cambridge. Died 1857. 

Clowes, George Gooch, fourth son of Colonel William Legh Clowes, 
Broughton Hall, Manchester, aged 13, January 16. School 

Major, 8th Hussars. Served in the Crimean War, at the Battles of the Alma and 
Balaclava, and Siege of Sebastopol. Wounded in the Balaclava Charge, and 
taken prisoner, 25 October, 1854. Served in Rajpootana, 1858-9, and present at 
the Capture of Kotah, Battle of Kotaria, and subsequent actions. Medals and 
Clasps. Died in London, 1899. 



76 Tait, 1842-50. 



Batley, George, son of George Batley, Esq., Fairlight Place, Hastings, 
aged 13, August 23. Walrond 

Late 2nd Dragoon Guards. Cornet 1858. 

Orlebar, Richard, re-admitted, see February, 1845. 

Wood, Joseph, eldest son of Joseph Wood, Esq., (O.B., 1812), Tetbury, 
aged 13, January 29. Left 1853. School 

Brasenose College, Oxford, B.A. 1857, M.A. 1860. Rector of Cherington, 
Gloucestershire, 1862, and of Warmwell with Poxwell, Dorset, 1895. Died 1901. 

Dyke, Thomas, eldest son of the Rev. Thomas Hart Dyke, Long Newton, 
Darlington, aged H, April 1. Bradley 

Christ Church, Oxford, B A. 1857. A Civil Engineer. Steward of the Ashton 
Court Estate, 1870-1900. J.P. for Somerset. Of 74, Ebury Street, London, S.W. 

Potts, John Narney, son of Joseph Potts, Esq., Granitt Lodge, Kingstown, 
Dublin, aged 14, December 17. Price 

Barrister-at-Law. Died before 1881. 

Johnston, Andrew, eldest son of Andrew Johnston, Esq., Halesworth, 
Suffolk, aged 13, May 23. Cotton 

University CoUege, Oxford. J.P. and D.L. for Essex. High Sheriff, 1880. 
A Verderer of Epping Forest. M.P. for South Essex, 1868-74. Of Forest Lodge, 
Woodford Green, Essex. 

Blackall, Robert, son of Major Blackall, M.P., 12, Craven Street, Strand, 
London, aged 13, September 2. School 

Lieutenant-Colonel, 7th Royal Fusiliers. Retired. Served with the 49th 
Regiment in the first China War, and actively engaged with the Expeditionary 
Force, 1854. Served with the 7th Fusiliers in the Indian North- West Frontier 
War of 1863, and present at the action of Umbeyla. Medal with two Clasps. 

Harman, James Wardle, son of the Rev. James Harman, Marholme, 
Peterborough, aged 14, June 13. Mayor 

In the Civil Service. Died before 1881. 

Temple, Edwyn Frederick, son of John Temple, Esq., Emsworth, Hants, 
aged 13, April 21. Price 

Late Captain, 55th Regiment. Served in the Crimean War, at the Siege and 
Fall of Sebastopol. Medal with Clasps. Served in the Bhootan Expedition 
of 1865. 

ROSS, John Cameron, son of the late William Ross, and stepson of Captain 
Metcalfe, Stoke Bishop, Bristol, aged 13, May 25. Cotton 

Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1863. Of Skeldon, British Guiana. 

Worsley, Arthur Mannering, son of Henry Francis Worsley, Esq., Rugby, 
aged 12, October 21. Town 

Died before 1870. 

Freeman, John Lyttelton, only soil of John Freeman, Esq., Rugby, 
aged 13, June 7. Town 

University CoUege, Durham, B.A. 1868, M.A. 1871. Assistant Master at St. 
Peter's School, York, 1869-88. One of H.M. Inspectors of Drawing, 1891-5. Of 
16, Milverton Crescent, Leamington. 

Beresford, John Hill De la Poer, son of John Beresford, Esq., Colonial 
. Secretary, Kingstown, St. Vincent, aged 15. October 21. Highton 
Colonial Secretary for the Island of Tobago. Died 3 August, 1863. 

Beresford, Henry Clements, son of the above John Beresford, Esq., 
aged 13, April 12. Highton 

Captain, 69th Regiment. Accidentally drowned in the Massarumi River, 
British Guiana, 19 September, 1865. 



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Hughes, John William, son of John Hughes, Esq., Bangor, North Wales, 
aged 14, August 5. Bradley 

Appleby, George Walton, stepson of Robert Shafto, Esq., Church Street, 
Durham, aged 13, December 24. School 

Gazetted to the 26th, The Cameronian, Regiment, 1854. Lieutenant 1855, 
Captain 1862. 

Drummond-Hay, James Devisme, sixth sou of the late tfdward Auriol 
Drummond-Hay, 5, Blechynton Terrace, Southampton, aged 13, 
November 6. Gotton 

Vice-Consul at Para. C.B. Died 15 January, 1886. 

PMppS, Pownoll William, second son of Lieut. -Colonel Pownoll Phipps, 
Oaklands, Clonmell, aged 12 November 1. School 

Pembroke College, Oxford, B.A. 1858, M.A. 1861. Vicar of Upton-cum-Chalvey, 
Bucks, 1873. Rector of Chalfont St. Giles, from 1886. 

Wood, Henry, son of J. S. Wood, Esq., 6, Darnaway Street, Edinburgh, 
aged 14, July 6. School 

Rogers, John, third son of Thomas Rogers, Esq., Edge Lane, Liverpool, 
aged 15, June 15. Walrond 

Brasenose College, Oxford, Scholar 1853-6, B.A. 1856, M.A. 1859. Vicar of St. 
James, Accrington, from 1869. Hon. Canon of Manchester, 1892 

Crawshay, Henry, son of Henry Crawshay, Esq., Oaklands, Newnham, 
Gloucestershire, aged 13, September 14. Walrond 

Died young. 

Blick. Joseph Johnson, son of Mr. Thomas Blick, Dunchurch, aged 16, 
June 20. Walrond 

St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1857. Vicar of Riseley, Beds, 1871-6. Rector 
of Wramplingham, Norfolk, 1876. Died 1886. 

Graham, George, son of Robert F. Graham, Esq., Newbury, aged 15, 
November 11. Left 1851. Cotton 

Gazetted to 33rd Regiment, 1854. Served at the Siege of Sebastopol, 1854-5, and 
in the Indian Mutiny Campaign. Retired 1871, and became a Tea Planter at 
Darjeeling, where he died, 14 September, 1894. 

Sale, Henry Townsend, seventh son of William Sale, Esq., Rugby, aged 8, 
October 18. Town 

Emmanuel College, Cambridge, Scholar 1859, B.A.. Senior Optime, 1863, M.A. 
1868. Vicar of Nether Hoyland, 1877-99. Rector of Winteringham, Doncaster 
from 1900. 

Walker, Alfred Osten, son of the late Thomas Walker, Esq., and Mrs. 
Walker, Aston-upon-Trent. aged 15, November 6. Arnold 

At Edinburgh University. In business in Chester, 1853-89. Fellow of the 
Linnsean Society. Of Ulcombe Place, Maidstone, Kent. 

Hardcastle, Thomas Henry, son of Mrs- Hardcastle, My ton, near Warwick, 
and the late Thomas Hardcastle, Esq., aged 14, May 24. Bradley 
Died at Cannes about 1866. 

Reid, John William, third son of John Fleming Martin Reid, Esq., 4, 
Ainslie Place, Edinburgh, aged 13. January 21. Walrond 

Indian Civil Service, 1855. District and Sessions Judge, Malabar. Retired 1886. 
Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 1869. Of St. Croix, Holly Walk, Leamington. 



78 Tait, 1842-50. 



Poulden, Richard Bedford, son of Captain Poulden, Rugby, aged 12, 
April 19. Town 

Formerly Ensign, 56th Regiment. Engaged at the Siege of Sebastopol, 1855. 
Distinguished himself as Lieutenant of Mounted Police in Australia, by the 
capture of a powerful Aboriginal murderer named Doughboy. 

Poulden, Thomas George, son of the above Captain Poulden, aged 9, 
September 16. Town 

Lieutenant, Royal Artillery. Volunteered from Malta to join the army in India 
during the Mutiny. Engaged at Peroo near Jugdespore, in driving the enemy 
out of the jungle. Died from sunstroke at Tasseram, 3 May, 1858. 

Davey, Horace, second son of Peter Davey, Esq., 1, Sussex Place, Regent's 
Park, London, aged 14, August 29. Mayor 

Exhibitioner 1852. University College, Oxford, Scholar 1852, Double First Class 
in Moderations, 1854, and in the Final Schools, 1855-6, B.A. 1856, Fellow 1856-64, 
M.A. 1859. Johnson Scholar, 1857. Senior Mathematical Scholar, 1858. Eldon 
Scholar, 1859. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 1861. Q.C. 1875. M.P. for Christ 
Church, 1880-5, for Stockton-on-Tees, 1888-92 Knighted and Solicitor-General, 
1886. A Lord of Appeal in Ordinary, and created a Life-Peer, 1894. Of Verdley 
Place, Fernhurst, Sussex. 

Sandars, Edmund, son of Samuel Sandars, Esq., Lockers, Hemel 

Hempstead, aged 14, September 17. Cotton 

Sometime in the Civil Service. Afterwards a Tutor at Bournemouth. Died 1882. 

Edgar, Joseph Haythorne, only son of Joseph Edgar, Esq., Weston-super- 
Mare, aged 14, January 14. Walrond 

Wadham College, Oxford, B.A. 1856, M.A. 1858. Lieutenant, Royal Artillery, 
1856-60. Afterwards in Holy Orders, and Master of a Preparatory School at East 
Sheen. Died 30 October, 1898. 

Vernon, John Bruen Venables, son of the Rev. George Yernon, 42, Great 
George Street, Dublin, aged 12, February 20. Arnold 

Died 1873. 

Wombwell, Adolphus Ulick, son of Sir George Wombwell, Bart., 
Newburgh Park, Easingwold, Yorkshire, aged 14, May 17. Walrond 

Lieutenant-Colonel, 12th Lancers. Served as Captain, 62nd Regiment, in the 
Crimean War, at the Siege of Sebastopol and the Attack on the Quarries, 7 June, 
1855. Served in the Indian Mutiny Campaign, including the Battle of Banda, 
where his horse was shot under him. Three Medals and Clasps. Died in 
London, 21 June, 1886. 

Elley, William, son of Thomas B. Elley, Esq., Stafford, aged 11, 
September 13, Price 

Wardle, Henry, son of Henry Wardle, Esq., Macclesfield, aged 12, 
June 9. Price 

Cubitt, Frank Astley, son of the Rev. Francis William Cubitt, Fritton, 
Lowestoft, aged 13, November 20. Cotton 

Jesus College, Cambridge, 1853. Captain, 5th Fusiliers. Served in the Indian 
Mutiny Campaign. Medal and Clasps. Adjutant of Volunteers, Norwich, 
1864-89. Long Service Medal. Of Thorpe Hall, Norwich. 

Phillipps, John James, son of Captain Phillipps, Warberry, Torquay, 
aged 15, July 22. School 

Late Captain, 60th Rifles, 1858. Retired 1869. 

Mills, William Primrose, son of Frederick Anthony Mills, Esq., Surgeon, 
Norwich, aged L3, June 12. School 

Barrister-at-Law, Middle Temple, 1863. Of 4, Elm Court, Temple, B.C. 
Garrick Club. 



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Aldridge, Robert Barttelot, son of Robert Aldridge, Esq., St. Leonard's 
Forest, Horsham, Sussex, aged 12, December 14. School 

Captain, 71st Highlanders. Killed on outpost duty at the Umbeyla Pass, while 
serving with the Force engaged on the Punjab Frontier, 19 November, 1863. 

Drake, John Charles Tyrwhitt, son of the Rev. John Tyrwhitt Drake, 
Axnersham Rectory, Bucks, aged 14, April 14. Mayor 

Captain, 2nd Regiment. Retired 1866. Served in the North China Campaign, 
1860, and present at the burning of the Emperor's Palace at Pekin. Medal and 
Clasps. Chief Constable of Bucks, 1867-96. Of Dulas Court, Pontrilas, Hereford- 
shire. Army and Navy Club. 

Lopes, Edmund Francis, fourth son of Sir Ralph Lopes, Bart., Maristow, 
Plymouth, aged 14, October 19. Walrond 

Oriel College, Oxford, 1853. Dead. 

Clark, William Joshua, son of Joseph Clark, Esq., Maidenhead, Berks, 
aged 13, May 10. Highton 

Bowden-Smith, Henry, son of Nathaniel Bowden-Smith, Esq., Brocken- 
hurst, Lymington, Hants, aged 14, October 20 Arnold 

Agent for Lord Normanton, 1870-80. J.P. for Hants. Of Black Knoll, 
Brockenhurst. 

Hampden, Grenville, son of the Right Rev. Renn Dickson Hampden, 
Lord Bishop of Hereford, aged 13, September 18. Arnold 

James, Alfred, fourth son of William James, Esq., Barrock Lodge, Carlisle, 
aged 16, August 20. Bradley 

Fellow of the University of Durham. B.A. 1854, M.A. 1857. Rector of 
Burwarton, Salop, 1870. J.P. for Salop. Died 1897. 

Stowe, Alfred, third son of William IStowe, Esq., Buckingham, aged 14, 
November 20. Bradley 

Wadham College, Oxford, Scholar 1852-62, B.A. 1857, M.A., Fellow 1862. Bursar 
1869-93. Secretary to the Curators of the University Chest, 1869-72. Of Trolly 
Hall, Buckingham. 

Ricketts, William Vincent, son of Frederick Ricketts, Esq., Rugby, 
aged 15, September 12. Town 

Davies, Henry Barton, son of the Rev. John Davies, D.D., Gateshead, 
Durham, aged 15, December 31. Cotton 

Tllgwell, Henry William, son of George Tugwell, Esq., Crowe Hill, Bath, 
aged 14. April 15. Bradley 

A Partner in a Bank at Bath. Afterwards, until 1900, Director of Prescott & Co., 
50, Cornhill, London. Of Crowe Hall, Bath. 

Buchanan, David William Ramsay, son of Andrew Buchanan, Esq., 
Mount Vernon, Glasgow, aged 14, March 9. Walrond 

J.P. for Devonshire. Of Broomhills, Honiton. Junior Carlton Club. 

Brodhurst-Hill, Alfred, third son of Robert Brodhurst-Hill, Esq., Bache 
Hall, Chester, aged 14, May 15. Anstey 

Formerly Solicitor to the London and North- Western Railway Company, Euston 
Station. Died 3 February, 1895. 



80 Ta.it, 1842-50. 

ENTRANCES IN FEBRUARY, 1849. 

Booth, Herbert Edward, son of the Rev. Thomas Willitigham Booth, 
Friskney, Boston, Lincolnshire, aged 12, April 27. Mayor 

St. John's College, Cambridge, Scholar 1855, B.A., Ninth in First Class Classical 
Tripos, 1859, M. A. 1862. Assistant Master at Marlborough. Master of University 
College, Durham, 1873. Died June, 1874. 

Marriott, Perceval, son of Peter Marriott, Esq., Clifton, Bristol, aged 14, 
December 13. Price 

Grant, Francis Richard Charles, third son of Sir Francis Grant, P.R. A,., 
Sussex Villa, Regent's Park, aged 14, February 21. School 

Lieutenant-Colonel, 5th Lancers. Served with the 9th Lancers in the Indian 
Mutiny Campaign, including the Siege and Assault of Delhi, where he had two 
horses shot under him, the actions of Bolundshuhur, Allyghur, Agra, and 
Kanoge, the Capture of Meeangunge, and the Relief of Luckuow. Medal and 
two Clasps. Aide-de-Camp to Sir Hope Grant in North China, I860, and at the 
Capture of Pekin. Medal with Clasps. Died in London, 10 October, 1899. 

Daniell, Frederick William, son of Mrs. Daniell, Rugby, aged 12, 
November 7. School 

Was in the Peninsular and Oriental Company's Service. Died befor 1885. 

Townsend, George William, son of the late Henry William Townsend, 
Esq., nephew of the Rev. Henry James Buckoll, Rugby, aged 14, 
July 4. Town 

In the Merchant Service. Died at Varna during the Crimean War. 

Davies-Cooke, Bryan George, second son of Philip Davies-Cooke, Esq., 
Owston, Doncaster, aged 14, January 3. School 

Late 73rd Regiment, Aide-de-Camp to General Eyre in Canada. Served in India, 
1857-8. J P. and D.L. for Flintshire. High Sheriff, 1865. Late Colonel, 
commanding 2nd V.B. Welsh Fusiliers. V.D. Of Colomendy, Mold. Junior 
United Service Club. 

Beauclerk, Aubrey de Vere, son of Aubrey William de Vere, Esq., St. 
Leonard's Forest, Horsham, aged 11, September 28 School 

Trinity College, Cambridge. J.P. for Co. Down. High Sheriff, 1863. 

Nicholas, Richmond, son of Edward Richmond Nicholas, Esq., Bewdley, 
Worcestershire, aged 13, March 4. School 

On the London Stock Exchange, from 1865. Of 2, Capel Court, London, E.G., 
and Wimbledon. Union Club. 

Forbes, William Stewart, eldest son of Charles Hay Forbes, Esq., Rugby, 
aged 13, June 16. Town 

Succeeded his Uncle as ninth Baronet, 1866. Of Carterton, Wellington, New 
Zealand. 

Forbes, Alexander Charles, second son of the above Charles Hay Forbes, 
Esq., aged 11, April 25. Town 

Oriel College, Oxford, 1856. In Holy Orders. 

Molesworth. Richard, son of Mrs. Molesworth, Rugby, and the late 
Captain Anthony Oliver Molesworth, aged 12, May 3. Town 

Lieutenant, 19th Regiment. Engaged at the Siege of Sebastopol, the Assault on 
the Mamelon and Malakoff Towers. Wounded in the Redan, 8 September, 1855. 
Honourably mentioned. Subsequently Captain, 1st Royal Dragoons. A Military 
Knight of Windsor. Died 2 April, 1900. 

Molesworth, Morgan Crofton, son of the above Mrs. Molesworth, aged 11, 
May 3. Town 

Captain, Royal Engineers, 1862. Died 1867. 



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Dauncey, Philip Sicklemore, son of the late John Danncey, Esq., ward of 
John Harvey Thursby, Esq., Rugby, aged 14, July 31. Town 

Late Captain, 77th Regiment. Care of Prescot & Co., 3, Regent Street, London. 
Constitutional Club. 

FergiiSSOn, Frederick John, eldest son of William Frederick Fergnsson, 
Esq., Calcutta, aged 13, August 10. Highton 

Barrister-at-Law, Middle Temple, 1868. Official Trustee for Bengal, and 
Registrar of the Diocese of Calcutta. Died at Calcutta, 5 December, 1887. 

Ashwell, Seymour, son of William Ash well, Esq., My ton Crescent, 
Warwick, aged 13, September 22. School 

Christ Church, Oxford, B.A. 1859, M.A. 1861. Rector of Finmere, Oxon, 1866. 
Died December, 1901. 

Haymes, William, son of William Haymes, Esq., M.D., Rugby, aged 9, 
March 3. Town 

Died 18 January, 1873. 

Smith, Henry, eldest son of Lieut.-Colonel John Smith, Ellingham Hall, 
Bungay, aged 14, July 1. Walrond 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1857, M.A. 1860. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's 
Inn, 1859. J.P. and D.L. for Norfolk. Of Ellingham Hall, Bungay. 

Sale, Matthew Townsend, son of William Sale, Esq., Rugby, aged 7, 
July 29. Town 

Colonel, Royal Engineers. Served in the Bhootan Campaign, 1864-5. Medal and 
Clasp. British Commissioner for the demarcation of Montenegro under the 
Berlin Treaty, 1879. C.M.G. Of the Grange, Belvedere, Kent. United Service 
Club. 

ElpMnston, John, son of Alexander Elphinston, Esq., Indian Civil 
Service, Bombay, aged 14, December 16. School 

Indian Civil Service, 1855. Magistrate and Collector at Ahmednuggar. Retired 
1886. Died at Southsea, 30 June, 1893. 

Middleton, Henry Samuel, son of the Rev. Frederick Green Middleton, 

Crossley House, Winterbourne, near Bristol, aged 13, 

May 20. Anstey 
A Solicitor, 38, John Street, Bedford Row, London. 

distance, Charles William Neville, son of Captain Neville Custance, 
Rugby, aged 14, November 10. Town 

Corpus Christi College, Oxford, B.A. 1858, M.A. 1861. Rector of Brampton, 
Noifolk, 1864-7. Vicar of Bishop's-wood, Hereford, 1879-89. Rector of Ashill. 
Norfolk, 1889. Died 1899. 

Custance, Henry Neville, son of the above Captain Neville Custance, 
aged 13, November 6. Town 

For some time Secretary to the Middlesex Hospital, 1854-70. Secretary to 
Hospital Sunday Fund from 1871. Of 34, Tregunter Road, London, S.W. 

Dew, Reginald, son of Tomkyns Dew, Esq., Whitney Court, Hereford, 
aged 15, May 1. Anstey 

Crealock, John North, son of William Belton Crealock, Esq., 3, Stanhope 
Place, Hyde Park, London, aged 12, May 21. Highton 

Major-General, 95th Regiment. C.B. Served in the Indian Mutiny Campaign, 
1858, including the Siege and Capture of Kotah, and the subsequent battle, where 
he was wounded, the general Action at Gwalior, the Siege and Capture of Pourie, 
and the surprise of the rebel camp at Kunrye. Medal and Clasp, and twice 
mentioned in despatches. Military Secretary to Lord Chelmsford at Head- 
quarters during the Zulu War, 1878-9. Colonel, 1882. A.A.G. at Aldershot, 
1887-90. Major-General, 1891. Commanded a first-class district in India 1893-5 
Died at Rawul Pindi, 24 April, 1895. 
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82 Tait, 1842-50. 



Thornewill, Thomas Edward, son of Edward Thornewill, Esq., Dove Cliff, 
Burton-on-Trent, aged 14, August 18. Cotton 

In business in Liverpool. Died at Broad Green, 30 May, 1859. 

Davenport, William Bromley, son of William Sharington Davenport, Esq., 
Davenport House, Bridgnorth, aged 12, October 14. Mayor 

Lieutenant, 62nd Regiment. Engaged at the Siege of Sebastopol. Severely 
wounded at the Storming of the Redan, 8 September, 1855. Died at 
Leamington, 6 November, 1865. 

Redmayne, Leonard, son of W. T. Redmayne, Esq., Ellel Grange, Lancaster, 
aged 14, October 18. Mayor 

Lieutenant, 14th Light Dragoons. Killed in Action with the Mutineer Sepoys 
near Mundesore, 23 November, 1857. 

Marshall, James, son of T. H. Marshall, Esq., Outwood Hall, Wakefield, 
aged 13 ? November 12. Mayor 

Lieutenant, 68th Regiment. Served in the Crimean War, and present at the 
Battles of the Alma and Inkerman, and the Siege of Sebastopol, 1854. Killed in 
the Attack on the Mamelon Tower, June, 1855. 

Wigram, Percy, son of Money Wigram, Esq., Woodhouse, Wanstead, 
Essex, aged 13, January 2. Cotton 

Indian Civil Service, Bengal. Retired, 1877. Of 12a, Savile Row, London, W. 
East India United Service Club. 

ROSS, Cecil, son of William Ross, Esq., Sandy Lane, Pendleton, Manchester, 
aged 13, January 20. Anstey 

Hanbury, David, son of Mrs. David Hanbury, The Cliff, Ipswich, aged 14, 
March 15. Evans 

Exhibitioner, 1853. Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1858, M.A. 1861. Late 
Assistant Master at Tunbridge School. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn. Died 
before 1885. 

Fowler, Marshall, fourth son of Marshall Fowler, Esq., Preston Hall. 
Stoekton-on-Tees, aged 14, May 3. Bradley 

J.P. for Durham and North Riding of Yorkshire. Of Otterington House, North 
Allerton. 

Chichester, Henry Burrow, son of Major George Chichester, 23, Edward 
Street, London, aged 13, March 16. Highton 

Lieutenant, 50th Foot. Sometime Adjutant of Volunteers at Huddersfield. 

Donaldson, Thomas, eldest son of John Donaldson, Esq., Chester Villas. 
Canonbury Park, Islington, aged 12, December 26. Anstey 

Magdalen Hall, Oxford, 1857. Captain, 3rd Hussars. KiUed by a fall from his 
horse at Hounslow, 13 July, 1867. 

Bidwell, Henry William, son of John Bidwell, Esq., 2, Park Street, St. 
James', London, aged 13, August 10. Anstey 

Tennent, Robert, son of Robert James Tennent, Esq., M.P., Belfast, Upper 
Hampstead, aged 14, June 24. Cotton 

St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1858, M.A. 1863. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's 
Inn, 1863. Of Rush Park, Belfast. 

Smyth, Hugh Lyle, second son of Ross Thompson Smyth, Esq., Vernon 
House, Mount Yernon, Liverpool, aged 14, November 15. 
Left December, 1851. Price 

Trinity College, Dublin, 1852. A Merchant and Banker at Liverpool. J.P. and 
D.L. for Cheshire. High Sheriff, 1895. Of Barrowmore Hall, Cheshire. 



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Worsley, John Chalfont, son of Henry Francis Worsley, Esq., Rugby, 
aged 11, May 7. Town 

Allen, John, eldest son of John Allen, Esq., Manchester, aged 14, 
January 25. Anstey 

Exeter College, Oxford, B.A., First Class in Natural Science, 1858, M.A. 1861. 
B.D. and D.D., 1876. Vicar of Lancaster, from 1871. Hon. Canon of Manchester. 

Barnard, Christopher John, son of Joseph Barnard, Esq., Notcliffe House, 
Tewkesbury, aged 13, October 29. Anstey 

Major, 4th West India Regiment. Retired 1866. Served on the Gambia, and 
commanded the storming party at the capture of the town of Tubarcolong, 
30 June, 1866. 

Stevenson, John Charles Newcombe, son of John Stevenson, Esq., Hayne, 
near Exeter, aged 14, November 14. Price 

Captain, 30th Regiment. Served in the Crimean War. Killed at the Storming 
of the Redan, 8 September, 1855. 

Cox, Robert, son of the Rev. William Hayward Cox, Rector of St. Martin's, 
Oxford, aged 12, June 16. Cotton 

Cave-Browne-Cave, Ambrose Sneyd, third son of Sir John Robert 
Cave- Browne Cave, Bart., Kenil worth, aged 14, August 31. Mayor 

Corpus Christi College, Oxford, B.A. 1856. Rector of Stretton-in-the-Field, 
Leicestershire, 1860. Renounced Holy Orders, 1888. Died 1895. 

Overton, John Henry, only son of Mrs. Overton, Louth, Lincolnshire, and 
the late Francis Overtoil, aged 14, January 4. Highton 

Lincoln College, Oxford. Scholar, 1854-8. First Class in Classical Moderations, 
1855. B.A. 1858, M.A. 1860. Hon. D.D. Edinburgh, 1890. Rector of Bpworth, 
1883-97. Canon of Lincoln Cathedral, 1879. Rector of Gumley, Market Harborough, 
from 1898. Author of " The Church in England," and other works. 

Barnard, Joseph George, son of Joseph Barnard, Esq., Notcliffe House, 
Tewkesbury, aged 12, December 29. Anstey 

Tanner, Joseph, third son of Mrs. Tanner, St. Mary's Street, Devizes, and 
the late Joseph Tanner, aged 15, October 10. Highton 

Queen's College, Oxford, 1852. Demy, Magdalen College, 1855-7. First Class in 
Classical Moderations. B.A. 1886. Died at Upper Norwood, 1 January, 1902. 

Agnew, Charles, son of James Agnew, Esq., 8, Exeter Place, Cheltenham, 
aged 13, September 24. Arnold 

Captain, 16th Lancers. When returning home invalided from Secunderabad he 
was assassinated in a Cafe at Suez, 22 March, 1873. 

Hunter, Oswald David William, second son of the Rev. David Hunter, 
Keswick, Cumberland, aged 14, June 28. School 

Residing in Canada, 1902. 

Orlebar, John, second son of Richard Longuet Orlebar, Esq., Hinwick 
House, Wellingborough, aged 14, August 19. School 

Of Hinwick House, Wellingborough. 

Barnard, Pelham William, son of the Rev. Charles Barnard, Bigby, Brigg, 
Lincolnshire, aged 15, October 25. School 

Died 

Luck, George Driver, son of Mr. William Luck, Rugby, aged 10, 
September 20. Town 

Accountant in the National Provincial Bank. Died at Abergavenny, 1876. 



84 Tait, 1842-50. 



Stone, Robert Warner, son of John Stone, Esq., Prebendal House, Thame, 
Oxon, aged 15, October 2. Walrond 

Ensign, Military Train, 1856. Served with the Military Train in New Zealand, 
1864-7. Medal. Major in the Army, 1877. 

G-arrett, Charles Bazette, son of Mrs. Garrett, Rugby, aged 11, 
June 23. Evans 

Indian Civil Service, 1858. Joint Magistrate, Bengal, and Junior Superintendent 
of Survey. Retired 1893. Died 1899. 

Archer, Henry Swete, son of the late Edward Archer, and stepson of 
Charles Gordon, Esq., Heavitree, Exeter, aged 15, Jan. 18. Bradley 
Of Oldbury Lodge, Bishop's Hull, Taunton. Died 25 January, 1898. 

Smith, Hyde-Sergison, eldest son of Charles Sergison Smith, Esq., 
Germyns, Hampstead, aged 13, March 14. 

Late Captain, 12th Lancers. J.P. for Staffordshire. Of Consall Hall, Stoke-on- 
Trent. 

Warneford, Thomas Lewis John, son of the Rev. John Warneford, Rugby, 
aged 14, July 14. Town 

King's College, London, 1854. Chaplain at Fort Blair, Bengal, 1H66-90. 
Chaplain, Affghan Field Force, 1879-80. Medal with Clasp, and twice mentioned 
in despatches. Vicar of Satley, Durham, from 1891. 

Lee-Warner, James, eldest son ot the Rev. Henry James Lee- Warner 
(O.R. 1814), Walsingham, Norfolk, aged 12, August 23. School 

University College, Oxford, 1855. Scholar of Trinity College, 1856-61. Hertford 
Scholar and First Class in Classical Moderations, 1857. Latin Essay, 1861. B.A. 
1860, M.A. 1863. Fellow of University College, 1866-72. Assistant Master at 
Westminster School, 1862-6. Rector of Beckley, Sussex, 1888-1900. Of Thorpland 
Hall, Fakenham. 

DCS Vcenx, Edward Bertram, son of the Rev. Henry Des Voaux, Leamington, 
aged 12, July 14. Walrond 

Formerly Captain, 2nd Bengal Light Infantry. Died 

Ford, James Edward, son of the Rev. James Ford, Southlands, Heavitree, 
Exeter, aged 13, February 6. Walrond 

Lieutenant-Colonel, Scots Guards. Died t Hastings, 11 March, 1877. 

Le Gteyt, Philip Harrison, son of Philip William Le Geyt, Esq., Indian 
Civil Service, Bombay, aged 14, December 22. Walrond 

Major-General, Bombay Staff Corps. Retired 1892. Served in the Persian 
Expedition, 1856-7, and present at the Capture of Reshire, Surrender of Bushire, 
and Action at Khooshab. Medal and Clasp. Actively engaged with the Gujerat 
Irregular Horse during the Indian Mutiny, 1858, and as Staff Officer of a Field 
Force in pursuit of Tantia Topee in 1858-9. Political Agent in the Mahikantha, 
1872-80. Returned to Europe, 1889. East India United Service Club. 

Proby, Charles Howe, son of Mrs. Proby, The Ryalls, Seaton, Dorsetshire, 
aged 14, May 25. Cotton 

Lieutenant, 2nd Battalion 1st Royals. Engaged before Sebastopol. From 
hardships endured there he died at Malta, September, 1855. 

Drake, William Thomas Tyrwhitt, son of Mrs. Drake, Little Shardeloes, 
Bucks, and the late Lieutenant-Colonel William Tyrwhitt Drake, 
aged 13, November 27. Mayor 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1858, M.A. 1861. Vicar of Great Gaddesden, 
Herts, from 1871. 



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Doughty, Ernest Greorge, son of Frederick Goodwin Doughty, Esq., 
Woodbridge, Suffolk, aged 13, March 6. Arnold 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1859, M.A. 1862. Rector of Martlesham, 
Suffolk, from 1861. 

Cazenove, Frederic, son of James Cazenove. Esq., Eldon Chambers, 
Liverpool, aged 13, March 6. Anstey 

On the London Stock Exchange Died 29 July, 1888. 

Graham, Allen Harden, son of James Graham, Esq., 76, Westbourne 
Terrace, Hyde Park, aged 14, March 10. Arnold 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1859. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple. Died 
14 July, 1877. 

Poison, Arthur Crawley, son of the Rev. Hugh Poison, Woolstone, Berks, 
aged 15, January 20. Walrond 

Farmed in Cape Colony, South Africa, where he died. 

ENTRANCES IN AUGUST, 1849. 

Gary, Offley Henry, eldest son of Captain William Lucius Gary, Rugby, 
aged 13, July 26. Town 

Christ Church, Oxford, First Class in Classical Moderations, 1858, B.A. 1860, 
M.A. 1862. Headmaster of the Boteler School, Warrington, 1863-81. Rector of 
Trusham, Devon, from 1888. 

Smith, Edmund M., son of the late Rev. W. Smith, Dunston Hall, 
Chesterfield, aged 14, December 12. School 

Basset, Walter St. Aubyn, fourth son of the lale John Basset, Esq., 
aged 13, December 4. School 

Christ Church, Oxford, B.A. 1858, M.A. 1863. Of Trehawk, Cornwall. Rector of 
Alfreton, Derbyshire, 1872. Died about 1883. 

Ellison, Charles Christopher, second son of Major Richard Ellison, 
Boultham Hall, Lincoln, aged 14, November 26. School 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1857, M.A. 1862. Rector of Bracebridge, 
Lincolnshire, 1863-97. Rector of Boultham, 1874. Of The Manse, Bracebridge. 

Garling, Samuel Henry, son of Daniel B. Garling, Esq , of Antigua, ward 
of Thomas Johristone Bourne, Esq., Rugby, aged 13, July 21. Town 

Dakyns, John Roche, eldest son of Thomas Henry Dakyns, Esq., Rugby, 
aged 13, January 31. Town 

Trinity College, Cambridge, Scholar 1855. B.A. 27th Wrangler, 1859. M.A. 1864. 
Employed by the Government in the Geological Survey of Great Britain. Retired 
1896. Of Snowdon View, Gwynant, Beddgelert, Carnarvon. 

Blunt, Robert Dalby, son of the Rev. Robert Blunt, Belton Vicarage, 
Loughborough, aged 13, October 12. School 

Trinity CoUege, Cambridge. B.A. 1859, M.A. 1862. Assumed the name of DALBY 
in lieu of Blunt. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 1861. Of Castle Donington, 
Derby. 

Edmeades, Henry, son of the Rev. William Henry Edmeades, Penis 
Fawkham, Dartford, aged 13, October 16. Arnold 

Major-General, Royal Artillery. Served in the Indian Mutiny Campaign, 1857-8, 
and present at the Battle of Cawnpore, and the Action at Sherghur Ghat. Medal. 
Served in the Boer Campaign of 1881. Retired 1886. J.P. and D.L. for Kent. 
Of Nurstead Court, Gravesend. Junior United Service Club. 



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Wetherall, Joseph Thomas, second son of the Rev. John Wetherall, 
Rushton, Kettering, aged 13, September 2. School 

Late Captain, 6th Inniskilling Dragoons. Served in the Crimean War, 1855. Of 
Loddington, Northants. 

Wetherall, Henry Rose, third son of the above Rev. John Wetherall, 
aged 12, September 12. School 

Exeter College, Oxford, B.A. 1861, M.A. 1862. Vicar of Standon, Ware, 1869. 
Died 1891. 

Stuart, Henry Benson, son of Col. James Stuart, C.B., Military Secretary 
to the Government of Bengal, aged 14, April 20. School 

Addiscombe, 1852. 

Griffith, Edward Wynne, only son of Edward H. Griffith, Esq., Plas 
Newydd, Denbigh, aged 12, June I. School 

Late Captain, 1st Dragoons. J.P. for Cheshire, Denbighshire and Merioneth- 
shire. Of Plasnewydd, Trefnant, Rhyl. Army and Navy Club. 

Durell, John Vavasor, son of David Vavasor Durell, Esq., Oxford, 
aged 12, July 6. School 

St. John's College, Cambridge, Scholar, B.A., 4th Wrangler, 1860, M.A., Fellow 
1863. Assistant Master at Rossall, and afterwards at Radley. Rector of 
Fulbourn St. Vigor, and Vicar of Fulbourn All Saints, from 1868. 

Johnson, John Allen, only son of Lieut. -Colonel Ralph Henry Johnson, 
The Lodge, Bally ragett, Ireland, aged 14, June 23. Walrond 

Assumed the additional name of WALSH, 1860. Died 1882. 

Boileau, Charles Augustus Penrhyn, son of Sir John Peter Boileau, Bart., 
Ketteringham, Wymondham, Norfolk, aged 14, August 9. Bradley 

Lieutenant, Rifle Brigade. Engaged before Sebastopol. Honourably mentioned 
by Lord Raglan. Was previously at Eton. Died at Malta of wounds received in 
the Assault on the Malakoff, August, 1855. 

Pritchard, Charles Bradley, son of the Rev. Charles Pritchard, Grammar 
School, Clapham, Surrey, aged 12. May 5. 

Indian Civil Service. Collector of Salt Revenue, Bombay, 1881-6. Member of 
Council of Governor of Bombay, 1888-92, and of Council of Governor-General of 
India, 1892-6. K.C.I.E., C.S.I. Of 2, Charles Street, Mayfair. East India 
United Service Club. 

Sale, Thomas Walker, eldest son of the Rev. Thomas Sale, Southgate, 
Middlesex, aged 14. January 26, Bradley 

Wadharn College, Oxford, B.A. 1858, M.A. 1861. Vicar of Skendleby, Spilsby, 
1878-83. Rector of Halton, Lincolnshire, 1883. Died November, 1900. 

Mounsey, Augustus Henry, fourth son of George Gill Mounsey, Esq., 
Castletown, Cai'lisle, aged 15, August 27. Cotton 

In the Foreign Office. F.R.G.S. Charge d' Affaires at Vienna, 1873. Secretary 
of Legation at Yedo, 1876, and at Athens, 1878. Author of " A Journey through 
the Caucasus and Interior of Persia." Died 10 April, 1882. 

Holley, Edward Fanshawe, son of the Rev. Edward Holley, Hackford, 
Norwich, aged 14, September 17. Highton 

Christ's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1857. Died at Norwich, August, 1895. 

Synge, Richard, re-admitted see August, 1845. 

Stilwell, Henry, son of James Stilwell, Esq.. Surgeon, Uxbridge, aged 13, 
February 12. Arnold 



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Lay, Henry Reeve, son of Mrs. Lay, Wangford, Southwold, Suffolk, aged 
14, March 29. Arnold 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1858. Rector of Holgate, Salop, 1861. Died 
4 April, 1890. 

Cole, William Gordon, second son of Lieutenant-Colonel Robert Cole, late 
48th Regiment, Dover, aged 14. July 26. Bradley 

Trinity College, Oxford. Scholar, 1854. First Class, Classical Moderations, 1856. 
BA. 1858. Fellow, 1859-70. M.A. 1861. Rector of Newbold de- Verdun, 
Leicestershire, from 1869. 

Barker, Alfred G-resley, third son of George Barker, Esq., Stanlake Park, 
Twyford, Berks, aged 13, December 11. Arnold 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. 1858, MA. 1860. Rector of Sherfield, Hants, 
1863-75. Of St. Leonards, Sherfield-on-Loddon, Basingstoke. Carlton Club. 

HutcMnson, Benjamin Clay, son of Dr. Richard Scholes Hutchinson, 
Nottingham, aged 14, September 1. Walrond 

Oakley, Richard Banner, son of the late Edward Banner Oakley, Esq., 
Oswaldkirk, Yorkshire, aged 15, June 12. Highton 

Parker, Reginald, eldest son of Henry Parker, Esq., Ferriby, Hull, aged 
13, October 30. Walrond 

University College, Oxford. Scholar, 1854-62. B.A. 1859. Barrister-at-Law, 
Lincoln's Inn, 1861. Of 69, Gloucester Place, Hyde Park. 

Pennington, John, son of Richard Pennington, Esq., Hindley Lodge, 
Wig an, aged 14, August 31. Anstey 

Marshall, Walter James, fourth son of William Marshall, Esq., M.P,, 

Halsteads, Penrith, aged 12, June 11. Anstey 

Of Patterdale Hall, Westmoreland. J.P. and D.L., High Sheriff, 1890. Died 1899. 

Irhy, Leonard Howard Lloyd, son of the Hon. Mrs Frederick Paul Irby, 
Poringland, Norwich, aged 13, April 13. Highton 

Lieutenant-Colonel, 74th Highlanders. Served with the 90th Regiment in the 
Crimean War, at the Siege of Sebastopol, 1854-5. Medal with Clasp and Turkish 
Medal. Served throxighout the Indian Mutiny Campaign, 1857-8, including the 
defence of the Alumbagh, and the Siege and Fall of Lucknow. Medal with two 
Clasps. Of 14, Cornwall Terrace, Regents Park, N.W. Army and Navy Club. 

Clevland, Colin Alexander, son of Mrs. Clevland, Tapeley Park, Devon, 
and the late Augustus Saltren Clevland, aged 16, May 10. Highton 

Cornet, 17th Lancers. Engaged in the Balaclava Charge, 25 October, 1854. 
Killed at Inkerman, 5 November, 1854. 

Macaillay, Colin Alexander, son of Thomas Macaulay, Esq., Leicester, 
aged 15, July 6. Mayor 

Died 22 October, 1886. 

Bennitt, William, second son of Joseph Bennitt, Esq., Compton, Stour- 
bridge, aged 14, January 12. Highton 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. 1858, M.A. 1860. Rector of Bletchley, Bucks, 
from 1861. 

Dowglass, George, son of Thomas Dowglass, Esq., aged 15, Nov. 23. Price 

Borough, Richard, son of Sir Edward Borough, Bart., 18, Leinster Street, 
Dublin, aged 11, May 28. School 

Also at Westminster School. Lieutenant, Rifle Brigade. Served in the 
Crimean War, and died of wounds received in the attack on the Redan, 
13 November, 1855. 



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Dyke, Percival Hart, second son of the Rev. Thomas Hart Dyke, Long 
Newton, Darlington aged 14, June 1. Bradley 

Christ Church, Oxford, B.A. 1861, M.A. 1862. Rector of Compton Abbas, 
Shaftesbury, from 1871, and Prebendary in Salisbury Cathedral, 1893. Of 
Lullingston, Wimborne, Dorset. 

Sliafto, John Eden Duncombe. eldest son of the Rev. John Duncombe 
Shafto, Brancepeth, Durham, aged 13, June 4. Bradley 

Christ Church, Oxford, B.A. 1859, M.A. 1862. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 
1863. Q.C. Died at Richmond, 21 June, 1882. 

Cramer-Roberts, Charles John, eldest son of the Eev. Walter Randal 
Cramer- Roberts, Holbrooke Hall, Sudbury, Suffolk, aged 15, 
August 28. Mayor 

Lieutenant-Colonel, 9th Regiment. Served with the 49th Regiment in the 
Crimean War, 1855-6, at the Siege of Sebastopol and the Assault on the Redan. 
Medal with Clasp and Turkish Medal. Died September, 1895. 

Knapp, George Wyattville Wynford, second son of Mrs. Hambley Knapp, 
50, Brook Street.Grosvenor Square, London, aged 13, May 13. Mayor 

St. John's College, Oxford, 1854. Captain, 63rd Regiment. Served in the 
Crimean War, at the Siege of Sebastopol. 

Fitzhllgh, Alfred, son of the Rev. William Anthony Fitzhugh, Street 
Rectory, Hurstpierpoint, Sussex, aged 12, January 21. Bradley 

Major-General. C.C. Retired 1886. Bengal Staff Corps. Served against the 
Momunds, 1863-4. Medal. Commanded the 5th Ghoorka's in the Affghan 
Campaign, 1878-9. Present at the March from Cabul to Kandahar. Medal with 
four Clasps, Bronze Star. Of Grove Place, Goudhurst, Kent. 

Baker, Edward George, son of Richard Westbrooke Baker, Cottesmore, 
Oakham, aged 13, November 13. Highton 

Greenall, James Fenton, fifth son of Mrs. Greenall. Grappenhall Hall, 
Warrington. and the lateT. Greenall, Esq., aged 14, May 19. Bradley 

Colonel, South Lancashire Regiment, Volunteers. V.D. Of 29, Dancer Road, 
Fulham. 

Griffith Boscawen, Boscawen Trevor, only son of Thomas Griffith, Esq., 
Trevalyn Hall, Wrexham, aged 14, August 14. Bradley 

Exeter College, Oxford, 1853. Late 23rd Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Served in the 
Crimean War, in the Siege of Sebastopol and Assault on the Redan, 1855. Medal 
and Clasp. J.P. and D.L. for Denbighshire. High Sheriff, 1864. Of Trevalyn, 
Co. Denbigh. Assumed the additional name of BOSCAWEN, 1875. 

Saul, Silas George, son of Silas Saul, Esq., Castle Street, Carlisle, aged 13, 
June 25. Highton 

A Solicitor at Carlisle. Of Brunstock, Carlisle. Junior Carlton Club. 

Owen, William, son of Sir John Owen, Bart., M.P., Taynton House, 
Newent, Gloucestershire, aged 14, September 4. School 

Lieutenant, 23rd Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Served before Sebastopol, and was 
mortally wounded in the trenches, 29 June, 1855. 

Harness, William Edmondes, son of Captain Henry Harness, afterwards 
K.C.B., 4, Lower Kensington Grove, aged 14, May 24. Price 

Gazetted to the 94th Regiment, 1854. Afterwards in the 6th Foot, and Royal 
Canadian Rifles, and 51st Foot. Served at Gibraltar, and in Canada and India. 
Died July, 1875. 

Moreton, Hon. Howard, son of the Right Hon. Earl Ducie, Tortworth 
Court, Wotfcon-under Edge, aged 12, March 14. Bradley 

Lieutenant, 7th Fusiliers. In consequence of hardships endured at the Siege of 
Sebastopol, he died at Tortworth Court, 24 November, 1856, 



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Tennent, William Emerson, son of Sir James Emerson Tennent, Knt., 
afterwards Baronet, Ceylon, aged 14, May 14. Cotton 

In the Diplomatic Service. High Sheriff of Co. Fermanagh, 1873. Succeeded his 
father as sixth Baronet, 1869. Died at his seat, Tempo Manor, Co. Fermanagh, 
14 November, 1876. 

Bayley, William Rutter, only son of William Rutter Bayley, Esq., Cotford 
House, Honiton, aged 13, January 1, Mayor 

Oriel College, Oxford, B.A. 1858, M.A. 1860. Rector of Chadwell, Essex, 1866. 
Vicar of Cassington, Oxon, 1870. Died 21 April, 1875. 

Adams, William, eldest son of William Adams, Esq., Greenfield, Tunstall, 
Staffordshire, aged 15, June 13. Highton 

J.P. for Staffordshire. Of Moreton House, Woolstanton, Staffs. 

Banks, Edward Henry, son of the late Delamark Banks, Esq., Sheppy 
Court, Sheerness, ward of William Banks, Esq., Oxney Court, 
Dover, aged 14, December 3. Highton 

Banks, Delamark James, sou of the above Delamark Banks, Esq., aged 12, 
February 19. Highton 

Sutherland, Evan Charles, son of the late Captain George Mackay 
Sutherland, Halifax, aged 13, October 12. Cotton 

Assumed the additional name of WAIKER. J.P. for West Riding of Yorkshire. 
J.P. and D.L. for Co. Inverness and Sutherland. Formerly of Skibo Castle, 
Sutherland. 

Tate, James, eldest son of the Rev. James Tate, Headmaster of Richmond 
School, Yorkshire, aged 14, November 30. Cotton 

Corpus Christi College, Oxford, B.A. 1858, M.A. 1860. Rector of Plaxtol, Kent, 
1869, and of Bletsoe, Beds, 1891. Died 9 September, 1897. 

Hales, John, son of the Rev. John Dixon Hales, Richmond, Surrey, aged 
15, September 16. Bradley 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1858, M.A. 1861. Formerly in the Colonial 
Office. Of Richmond, Surrey. 

Haig, Edwin Fell, fifth son of Robert Haig, Esq., Dundalk, Ireland, aged 
13, December 5. Highton 

Lieutenant and Adjutant, 5th Fusiliers. Killed at Lucknow while effecting the 
relief of the garrison, 26 September, 1857. 

Moffett, Thomas, son of John Moffett, Esq., Merville, Sligo, aged 14, 
May 15. School 

Freeman, Samuel George, second son of Robert Marriott Freeman, Esq., 
Stony Stratford, aged 11, May 12. Town 

Christ Church, Oxford, 1858. Afterwards at St. George's Hospital, and sometime 
House Surgeon. Practised at Highgate, where he died about 1880. 

Melville, Alexander Brodie, son of John Melville, Esq., 16, Upper Harley 
Street, London, aged 14, February 26. Cotton 

De Satge, Ernest Valentine Leon, eldest son of the Vicomtesse De Satge 
de St. Jean, Rugby, aged 15, September 10. Left December, 
1852. Town 

Settled in Australia, and became largely interested in sheep farming in 
Queensland. J.P. for that Colony. Late of Worstead House, Norwich. 
Succeeded his father as 16th Vicomte. Died in France, June, 1901. 
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De Satge, Oscar, second son of the above Vicomtesse De Satge de St. Jean, 
aged 13 in February. Left December, 1852. Town 

Settled in Queensland. A member of the Legislative Council from 1869 until 
1882, when he returned to England. Author of " Pages from the Journal of a 
Queensland Squatter" (1901). Of Elysee, Shorncliffe Road, Folkestone. 

Chapman, David, son of David Chapman, Esq., Woodside Place, Glasgow, 
aged 15, May 26. Walrond 

Walford, Henry Alexander, third son of the Rev. Ellis Walt'ord, Dallinghoo, 
Woodbridge, Suffolk, aged 13, January 23. Cotton 

Lieutenant-Colonel. Retired. Late Captain, 20th Hussars. Received the 
thanks of the Government of India for his services with the Nagpore Irregular 
Cavalry, 1858. Served in the Indian Mutiny Campaign, 1858-9. Medal. Of 
Dallinghoo. Died 9 February, 1895. 

ENTRANCES IN FEBRUARY, 1850. 

Fitzroy, Frederic Southampton Lestrange, son of the Rev. Frederick 
Fitzroy, Kingstead Rectory, Norfolk, aged 13, July 7. Arnold 

Late Captain, 15th Regiment, 1859-70. Died 1890. 

Menzies, James Alexander, son of Mrs. Menzies, Rugby, aged 14, 
May 27. Town 

Molesworth, Anthony Oliver, third son of Mrs. Moles worth, Rugby, and 
the late Captain Anthony Oliver Molesworth, R.A., aged 10, 
August 14. Town 

Gazetted to the Royal Artillery, 1859. Retired as Lieutenant-Colonel, 1882. 
Of Cruiksfield, Duns, Berwickshire, and The Merse, Weymouth. 

Serjeantson, James Jordan, eldest son of Peter Serjeantson, Whinmoor, 
Liverpool, aged 14, July 2. School 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1858, M.A. 1861. Rector of St. Michael's, 
Lichfield, 1868. Died 1886. 

MacGregor, Robert Dennistown, son of Alexander MacGregor, Esq., 31, 
Chester Street, London, aged 14, December 18. School 

Pitt, William, son of the Rev. George Pitt, Audlem, Cheshire, aged 15, 
April 2. Town 

Settled in New Zealand, and still resides there. 

Sharp, John, eldest son of William Sharp, Esq., M.D., Rugby, aged 12, 
March 13. Town 

Pembroke College, Oxford, 1856. Taberdar, Queen's College, 1856-61. B.A. 1860, 
M.A. 1863. Rugby Fox Master of the Church Missionary School, Masulipatam, 
1861-5. Principal of the same, 1865-70 and 1872-8. Lecturer in the Telugu Language 
at Cambridge, 1878-80. Secretary to the Bible Society, 1880-1900. Of 45, Harold 
Road, Upper Norwood, S.B. 

Whinfield, Edward Henry, eldest son of the Rev Edward Turner 
Whinfield (O.R.1808), Leigh, Bradford, aged 14, August 28. Cotton 

Christ Church, Oxford, 1854. Demy, Magdalen College, 1854-9. First Class in 
Classical Moderations, 1857. B.A. 1859, M.A. 1863. Indian Civil Service, 1858-82. 
Of The Hollies, West Norwood. 

CrilSO, Henry Beaumont, son of Michael Daintry Cruso (O.R. 1816), 
nephew of John Cruso, Esq., Leek, Staffordshire, aged 14, 
September 22. School 

Residing at Cobourg, Canada, 1901. 



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Onslow, Francis Phipps, second son of Phipps Yansittart Onslow, Esq., 
Alfrick, Worcester, aged J4, March 18. School 

Pembroke College, Oxford, B.A., First Class in History, 1859. M.A. 1864. 
Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 1862. Chancery Bar. Of 13, Beaufort Gardens, 
S.W. Junior Carlton Club. 

Newman, Walter, son of Edwin Newman, Esq., Yeovil, Somerset, aged 
13, November 18. Walrond 

Major-General, Royal Artillery. Served in the Indian Mutiny Campaign, 1858, 
and in the Egyptian War, 1882. Khedive's Star. Died 15 July, 1894. 

Horsley, William Dowdeswell, son of John Horsley, Esq., Madras Civil 
Service, aged 15, September 8. Walrond 

Indian Civil Service. Magistrate at Cuddassah, Madras, 1868. Collector at 
Godavery, 1881. Retired, 1884. Died 4 May, 1899. 

Daniell, Olarmont John, son of James Nugent Dariiell, Esq., Eshall, 
Surrey, aged 14, December 2. Walrond 

Indian Civil Service. District and Sessions Judge, N.W. Provinces, Bengal. 
Retired, 1886. Died 1 October, 1898. 

Beasley, Thomas Oalvert, son of John Beasley, Esq., Chapel Brampton, 
Northamptonshire, aged 14, October 28. Price 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1859, M.A. 1863. Vicar of Saffron Walden, 
Essex, 1868-74, and of Dallington, Northants, from 1874. 

Nlinn, John Joseph, eldest son of John Nunn, Esq., Nottingham Park, 
Nottingham, aged 14, March 16. Bradley 

Wadham College, Oxford, B.A. 1858. In the 90th Light Infantry. Died 
unmarried. 

Preston, Thomas Sansome, son of Charles Sansome Preston, Esq., 
Hinckley, aged 13, May 8. School 

Formerly a Solicitor, Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, 1857-1901. Of Upper Frognal 
Lodge, Hampstead. 

Dawson, Benjamin Were Kennett, third son of Richard Kennett Dawson, 
Esq., Sidmouth, aged 13, July 17. Cotton 

University College, Oxford, B.A. 1860. Of Sidmouth, Devon. 

Worsley, Charles, son of Henry Francis Worsley, Esq., Rugby, aged 11, 
September 23. Town 

Died in Victoria. 

Starkey, Lewis Randle, eldest son of John Starkey, Esq., Huddersfield, 
aged 13, March 1 3. Anstey 

J.P. and D.L. for West Riding of Yorkshire and Notts. Captain, 2nd West 
Yorkshire Yeomanry. High Sheriff of Notts, 1891. M.P. for West Riding, 
Southern Division, 1874-80. Of Norwood Park, Southwell. Carlton Club. 

Hutton, Henry Wollaston, eldest son of the B,ev. Henry Frederick Button, 
(O.K., 1822), Spridlington, Lincolnshire, aged 14, Nov. 6. Bradley 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A., First Class, Natural Science, 1857, M.A. 1860. 
Rector of St. Mary Magdalene, Lincoln, 1862-76. Prebendary in Lincoln 
Cathedral, 1877. Lord of the Manor of Spridlington. J.P. for Lincolnshire. Of 
Vicar's Court, Lincoln. 

Bruce, Thomas, son of Thomas Bruce, Esq., Indian Civil Service, Bengal, 
aged 14, August 22. Walrond 

Late Captain, Royal. Scots Fusiliers. Served in the Crimean War, at the Siege 
of Sebastopol, 1855, and the attack on the Redan. Medal and Clasp. Died 1863. 



92 Tait, 1842-50. 



Barker, Edgar, son of Edgar Barker, Esq., 40, Edgware Road, London, 
aged 14, August 25. Bradleij 

M.R.C.S. Formerly Surgeon at St. Bartholomew's Hospital, London. Of 21, 
Hyde Park Street, London, and Lynders Wood, Black Notley, Braintree. 

Edwards, Henry, son of the Rev. Laurence Tucker Edwards, Rugby, 
aged 14, January 4. Town 

Edwards, Frederick G-eorge, son of the above Rev. L. T. Edwards, 
aged 15, July 15. Town 

Edwards, Charles Laurence, son of the above Rev. L. T. Edwards, 
aged 16, May 28. Town 

Crawshay, Edwin, son of Henry Orawshay, Esq., Abbotswoods, Cinder- 
ford, Gloucestershire, aged 14, November 5. Walrond 

J.P. for Gloucestershire. Of The Grove, Batheaston, Bath. 

Fisher, Frederic Horatio, eldest son of the Rev. Edmund Fisher, Ongar, 
aged 12, October 6 School 

Trinity College, Cambridge, Scholar 1857, B.A., Twelfth Wrangler 1860, M.A. 1863. 
Vicar of Fulham, 1871-85. Chaplain to the Bishop of London, 1869. Rector of 
Debdan, St. Albans, from 1890. Hon. Canon of St. Albans, 1899. 

Praed, John, son of John Bulkeley Praed, Esq., 189, Fleet Street, London, 
aged 13, July 18. Walrond 

Kempson, William John, son of the Rev. William Brook Kempson, Stoke 
Lacey, Hereford, aged 14, March 23. Bradley and Burrows 

Major, 99th Regiment. Served in the China War, 1860, on the Staff. Present at 
the capture of Taku Forts, and the surrender of Pekin. Medal and two Clasps. 
Died at Folkestone, 22 November, 1877. 

Lacy, Dyson, son of James Prior Lacy, Esq., Newark, aged 13, 
May 10. Mayor 

Pretor, Samuel Ashton, son of Samuel Pretor, Esq., Fleet House, Wey- 
moubh, aged 15, January 18. Bradley 

Late Captain, 9th Lancers. Served in the Indian Mutiny Campaign, 1858. J.P. 
for Dorset. Of Belfield House, Wyke Regis, Weymouth. 

Bent, Baldwin Harry, son of the late Joseph Bent, Esq., and nephew of 
the Rev. Christopher Grenside, Great Massingham, Norfolk, 
aged 15, November 18. Bradley 

J.P. for Lancashire and West Riding of Yorkshire. Of Goodworth House, 
Clatford, Andover. 

Braithwaite, Edwin, ward of John Benbow, Esq., 26, Mecklenberg Square, 
London, aged 16, March 25. Town 

In Holy Orders. Died young. 

Evans, Hugh Robson, son of Hugh Evans, Esq., Ely, Cambridgeshire, 
aged 13, June 9. School 

Riddell, George "William Hutton, son of George Hutton Riddell, Esq., 
Carlton-on-Trent, Newark, aged 13, May 20. Arnold 

Late Captain, 16th Lancers. Of Muselee, Hawick, N.B., and Bragborough Hall, 
Rugby. Army and Navy Club. 



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Bramwell, Thomas Salkeld, son of Thomas Bramwell, Esq., Enfield 
House, Newcastle-on-Tyne, aged 14, August 16. Mayor 

Gates, William Henry Coape, only son of the late John Coape Sherbrooke 
Gates, Esq., K.N., stepson of William Domenichetti, Esq., 
Collingham, Notts, aged 14, October 13. Mayor 

Late Lieutenant, 97th Regiment. Served in the Crimean War, at the Siege of 
Sebastopol, 1855. J.P. for Notts. Of Langford Hall, Notts. Did 8 March, 1895. 

Duesbury, Charles James Thornton, son of William Thornton Duesbury, 
Esq., Skelton, York, aged 15, September 22. Mayor 

Captain, 66th Regiment. Died 1 April, 1865. 

Dumergue, Henry Charles, son of Mrs. Henry Dumergue, 105, Marina, 
St. Leonard's-on-Sea, aged 16, November 3. Arnold 

Trinity College, Cambridge. Sometime Clerk in the War Office. 

Synge, Henry, son of Mrs. Synge, Rugby, and the late John Synge, of 
Glanmore, aged 10, December 21. Town 

Late Captain, 52nd Regiment, 1868. 

Hales, Arthur, son of the Rev. John Dixon Hales, Richmond, Surrey, 
aged 1 5, December 3. Mayor 

Major-General. Formerly in the 27th Regiment. Colonel Commanding 1st 
Battalion Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, 1884-7. Of Charmouth, Dorset. 



EDWARD MEYRICK GOULBURN, D.D. 

ELECTED HEADMASTER IN 1850. 



ENTRANCES IN APRIL, 1850. 

Clarke, William Fairlie, third son of the late William Fairlie Clarke, Esq., 
Indian Civil Service, aged 16, September 29. Walrond 

Christ Church, Oxford, B.A. 1856, B.Med. and M.A., 1862, D Med. 1876 
Practised as a Physician at Tonbridge Wells. Author of several Medical Works.' 
Died. 9 May 1 ) 1884. 

Burland, William Harris, son of John Harris Burland, Esq., Bradley 
House, Wootton-under-Edge, aged 14, August 1. Highton 

Major-General, late 9th Regiment. Served in the Crimean War, 1855, at the 
Siege and Fall of Sebastopol, and the Assault on the Cemetery. Medal with 
Clasp, and Turkish Medal. Served in the Nile Expedition, 1884-5, with the East 
Yorkshire Regiment. Retired 1887. Died 1890. 

Alpe, Charles Hammond, son of the Rev. Philip Alpe, Wyberton Rectory, 
Boston, Lincolnshire, aged 12, October 27. Mayor 

Alpe, Ohallis Edmund HaseL son of the above Rev. Philip Alpe, a-ed 12, 
October 27. Mayor 

Died May, 1862. 



94 Goulburn, 1850-57. 



Blakiston, Matthew Folliott, son of Peyton Blakiston, Esq., M.D., St. 
Leonard's-on-Sea, aged 14, September 22. School 

A Solicitor, and Town Clerk of Stafford. Of Mansfield Villa, Stafford. 

Hodge, Chapell William, son of William Chapell Hodge, Esq., Pounds, 
near Devonport, aged 14, July 24. Price 

J.P. for Cornwall. Died at Roborough. Devon, about 1898. 

Arbuthnot, Bingharn Henry Law, son of Major George Bingham 
Arbuthnot, Madras Cavalry, 5, Douro Villas, Cheltenham, aged 13, 
April 9 Walrond 

Died soon after leaving School. 

Brooke, Alexander, son of Richard Brooke, Esq., 16, Canning Street, 
Liverpool, aged 14, August 29. Anstey 

Of Muswell Hill Road, Highgate. 

Andrews, William Ryton, eldest son of Thomas Randle Andrews, Esq., 
Graisley, Wolverhampton, aged 15, June 28. Mayor 

Wadham College, Oxford. B.A. 1857, M.A. 1860. Rector of Teffont Ewyas, Wilts, 
1873-92. Of 27, Enys Road, Eastbourne. 

Andrews, John, second son of the above Thomas Randle Andrews, Esq., 
aged 18, February 2. Mayor 

Wadham College, Oxford, B.A. 1859, M.A. 1893. Barrister-at-Law, Middle 
Temple, 1860. Admitted a Solicitor, 1866. Author of " Precedents in Leases and 
Mortgages," &c. Bursar of Wadham College, Oxford, from 1895. 

White, Thomas, son of John White, Esq., Dalefords, Northwich, Cheshire, 
aged 15, June 15. Anstey 

Formerly Captain, 84th Regiment, 1861. Deceased. 

Greg, Percy, son of William Rathbone Greg, Esq., The Craig, Winder- 
mere, aged 14, January 7. Arnold 

Sometime Co-Editor, Manchester Guardian. Author of "A History of the 
United States," 1887, and other works. Died December, 1889. 

Longley, John, third son of the late John Longley, and stepson of Sir 
John Basthorpe, Bart., Firgrove, Weybridge, Surrey, aged 14, 
November 20. School 

Christ Church, Oxford, 1856. A Merchant in India. Died at Bombay. 
December, 1866. 

Raymond, John Weston. son of James Raymond, Esq., Hildersham Hall, 
Cambridge, aged 14, January 26. School 

Basevi, Frederick Biscoe, son of the late George Basevi, Esq., 5, Eaton 
Place, London, aged 14, September 26. Schoo 

Formerly in the National Debt Office. Died 1861. 

Anderson, Charles Dalston, son of John Anderson, Esq., Ooxlodge, 
Newcastle-on-Tyne, aged 14, March 16. Bradley 

Died soon after leaving School, 23 December, 1850. 

May, Edwin, son of George May, Esq., 121, Castle Street, Reading, 
aged 12, December 31. Highton 

Formerly a Solicitor, 1859-70. Of Fifield House, Wallingford, Berks. 

Thomason, William Stephen, son of Hon. James Thomason, Lieutenant- 
Governor, N.W. Provinces, India, aged 14, September 14. Cotton 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1859, M.A. 1862. Vicar of Burgh, Lincolnshire 
Died 1870. 



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ENTRANCES IN AUGUST, 1850. 

Dakyns, Henry Graham, second son of Thomas Henry Dakyns, Esq., 
Rugby, aged 12, August 1. Town 

Trinity College, Cambridge, Scholar 1858, B.A. 1860, M.A. 1864. Assistant 
Master at Clifton College, 1862-90. Of Higher Combe, Haslemere. Savile Club. 

Barnardiston, Arthur, third son of Nathaniel Clarke Barnardiston, Esq., 
The Ryes, Sudhnry. Suffolk, aged 15, June 7. Evans 

Vicar of Metheringham, Sleaford, Lincolnshire, 1863. Died 15 October, 1880. 

Moore, Charles Alfred son of Colonel George Moore, Military Auditor 
General, Bombay, aged 10, November 12, Evans 

Major-General, 2nd Bombay Cavalry. Served with distinction in the Indian 
Mutiny Campaign, 1857-9. Ad in the Abyssinian Campaign, 1867-8, where he 
commanded the 3rd Bombay Cavalry at the storming of Magdala. Medal. Of 
Kenilworth, Pittville, Cheltenham. 

Moore, John George, son of the above Colonel George Moore, aged 13. Evans 

Indian Civil Service, Bombay, 1856. Assistant Commissioner in Scinde. Member 
of Council. Retired 1891. Of 10, Onslow Square, London, S.W. 

Wathen, William Hulbert, son of Hulbert Wathen, Esq., Beckenham, 
Kent, aged 14, May 5. Walrond 

In business in London, 1852-88. Of Westerham, Kent. 

Wace, Henry, eldest son of the Rev. Richard Henry Wace, Goring, Read- 
ing, aged 13, December 10. School 

Afterwards at Marlborough. Trinity College, Oxford, 1856. Scholar, Brasenose 
College, 1856-63, B.A. I860, M.A. 1863, B.C. 1882, U.D. 1883. Professor of 
Ecclesiastical History, King's College, London, 1875. Bampton Lecturer, 1879. 
Principal of King's College, 1883-96. Rector of St. Michael's, Cornhill, from 1896. 

Grawne, Edward, eldest son of Edward Moore Gawne, Esq., Kentraugh, 
Castletown, Isle of Man, aged 14, June 7. Arnold 

Lieutenant, 79th Highlanders. Served in the Indian Mutiny Campaign, and 
present at the capture of Lucknow, 1858. Medal. Died 1868. 

Mackintosh, William Alfred Bruce, son of George Mackintosh, Esq., 
Geddes House. Nairn. Scotland, aged 13, March 8. Town 

Toulmin, Henry Joseph, eldest son of Henry Heyman Toulmin, Esq., 
Havering-atte-Bower, Essex, aged 13, March 29. Arnold 

Formerly Lieutenant, 13th Dragoons. J.P. for Beds and Herts. D.L. for Herts. 
Of The Pre\ Hertfordshire. 

Birch, Henry Priestley, second son of the late Henry Birch, Esq., 
aged 13, August 25. School 

Died March, 1856. 

Phillips, Philip Lovell (Jollier, son of Philip Lovell Phillips, Esq., M.D., 
Torville. Torquay, aged 13. December 14. School 

Lieutenant, 4th Batallion Rifle Brigade. On his voyage out to India he shewed 
great firmness in a mutiny, which he quelled. Died of dysentery, at Point de 
Galle, on his return to England, 22 August, 1858. A memorial tablet is at Upton 
Church, Torquay. 

Fenwick, Joseph, son of Joseph Fenwick, Esq., 8, Blandford Square, 
London, aged 16, June 27. School 

Moore, Henry O'Hara, son of Henry Moore, Esq., 4, Abercrombie Square, 
Liverpool, aged 17, July 17. Anstey 

Barrister -at-Law, Inner Temple, 1860. Died about 1877. 



96 Goulburn, 1850-57. 

Fairbairn, Adam Henderson, seventh son of William Fairbairn, Esq., 
P.R.S., afterwards Baronet, Canal Street Works, Manchester, 
aged 13, October 16. Evans 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1859, M.A. 1862. Vicar of Waltham St. 
Lawrence, Berks. Rector of Fawley, Bucks, 1885. Died 1888. 

Plowden, George Ward Chicheley, son of George Augustus Chicheley 
Plowden, Esq., Calcutta, aged 12, January 30. Walrond 

Formerly Captain, 21st Hussars. Served with distinction throughout the 
Indian Mutiny Campaign, 1858. Medal with three Clasps. Lieutenant-Colonel, 
Bengal Staff Corps, 1882. Magistrate, First Class, at Meerut, 1885. Major- 
General, 1894. Retired 1894. Died 1900. 

Dew, Frederick Napleton, son of Tomkyns Dew, Esq., Whitney Court, 
Hereford, aged 14, March 29. Anstey 

Major, late 88th Regiment. Served in the Crimean War, 1855-6, and in the 
Indian Mutiny Campaign, 1857-8, at the Capture of Lucknow. Medal and Clasps. 
J.P. and D.L. for Herefordshire. Of 28, Bramham Gardens, London, S.W. 
Junior United Service Club. 

Bullock, William Henry, third son of Major Henry Robert Bullock, aged 
13, April 5. Walrond 

Balliol College, Oxford, B.A. 1859. First Class in Classical Moderations, 1858. 
Special Correspondent of the Daily Newt throughout the Mexican controversy, 
1864-5, and at Rome, 1866-7, and in the Franco- Prussian War, 1870. Chief Manager 
of the French Peasant Relief Fund, 1871. Assumed the name of HALL, in lieu of 
Bullock, 1872 J.P and D.L. for Cambridgeshire. High Sheriff of Cambridge- 
shire and Hunts, 1891. Of Six Mile Bottom, Newmarket, and Le Magins, St. 
Raphael, France. Athenteum Club. 

Pearson, William, eldest son of William Pearson, Esq., Eldon Place, 
Rugby, aged 13, November 2. Town 

Late Captain, 45th Regiment Served with distinction in the Indian Mutiny 
Campaign, 1857-9, with the 95th Regiment. Medal and Clasps. Lieut. -Colonel 
Commanding, and Hon. Colonel, 3rd Battalion (Militia) Leicestershire Regiment 
from 1892. J P. and D.L. for Leicestershire. Of North Kilworth Hall, Rugby. 

Greg", Eust.ace, son of William Rathbone Greg, Esq., The Craig, Winder- 
mere, aged 1 3, July 20. Arnold 

Of 21, Kensington Gore, London, W. 

Callen, John Charles Hugh Poyer, son of the late Daniel Poyer Callen, 
Esq , Bellmore, Narberth, Pembroke, aged 15, July 7. Evans 

Formerly Captain, 71st Regiment. Served in the Crimean War, at the Siege of 
Sebastopol, 1855. Medal and Clasps, and Turkish Medal. J.P. for Co. Pembroke. 

Cator, Bertie Peter, son of Peter Cator, Esq., The Hall, Beckenham, Kent, 
aged 14, February 29. Mayor 

Formerly a Solicitor in London. 

Lambert, Parry, son of William Lambert, Esq., Ham Common, Richmond, 
Surrey, aged 14, May 19. School 

Lieutenant R.E., 1855. Captain, 1868. Major, 1874. Lieutenant-Colonel, 1881. 
Colonel, 1886. 

Adams-Reilly, Anthony Miles William, only son of the late William 
Adams-Reilly, Esq., Bristol, aged 14, February 11. Walrond 

Brasenose College, Oxford, 1355. Fellow of Royal Geographical Society. Author 
of Survey and Map of Mont Blanc. Of Belmont, Co. Westmeath. Died 15 April, 

1885. 

Tyrrell, George, son of John Tyrrell, Esq., Sidcliffe, Sidmouth, Devon, 

aged 15, January 26. Evans 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1859. Died 1860. A memoir published, 1861. 



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Cobham, John Thomas Lyon, son of Thomas Cobham, Esq., Marley Lodge, 
Exmouth, aged 15, May 23. Walrond 

Formerly Captain, 49th Foot, and Royal Canadian Rifles. Retired 1874. 

Fetherston, John, sou of John Fetherston, Esq., Rugby, aged 16, 
February 22. Town 

Emmanuel College, Cambridge. F.S.A. One of the Founders of the Harleinn 
Society, and Editor of some of its Publications. Died November, 1880. 

Stapleton, Eliot Henry, third son of the Rev. Sir Francis Jarvis Stapleton, 
Bart., Mereworth Rectory, Kent, aged 14, November 25. Evans 

Christ Church, Oxford, B.A. 1858, M.A. 1861. Rector of Mereworth, 1874. Vicar 
of Seamer, Yorks, from 1885. 

Wedgwood, Ernest Hensleigh, son of Hensleigh Wedgwood, Esq., (O.H. 
1814), 42. Chester Terrace, aged 13. June 17. Mayor 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1860. Formerly First Class Clerk in the 
Colonial Office. Died 1898. 

Alexander, Kaynsford Dupre. son of Robert Alexander, Esq., 45, Weston 
Villas, Blomfield Road, London, aged 14, December 23. Anstey 

Overton, William Henry, son of William Overton, Esq., 10, Rue dMsly, 
Paris, aged 15, July 2. Evans 

Formerly in the 44th Regiment. Of Frimstone, Liphook, Hants. 

Hughes, Henry Salusbury, son of John Hughes, Esq., Donnington, New- 
bury, aged 14, August 26. Walrond 

Trinity Hall, Cambridge, B.A. 1861. Died from the effects of the bursting of a 
blood vessel while on a tour in North Africa. 

Morgan, Edmund Charles, son of the late Edmund Cobb Morgan, Ksq., 
aged 13, July 23. Mayor 

Yolland, Bartholomew Stephen, second son of the late Rev. John Yolland, 
Louth, Lincolnshire, aged 16. July 7. Highton 

Lincoln College, Oxford, B.A. 1857, M.A. 1859. Vicar of St. John, Ford End, 
Essex, 1871, and of Doynton, Bath, 1887. Died 1891. 

Preston, John Wilby, only son of the late Rev. Stephen Preston, Louth, 
Lincolnshire, aged 14, June 22. Anstey 

Wadham College, Oxford, B.A. 1858, M.A. 1868. J.P. for Lincolnshire. Hon. 
Colonel Volunteer Battalion, Lincolnshire Regiment. V.D. Of Minster Precincts, 
Peterborough. 

Scott, Osmund Joseph Walter, son of Sir Hopton Scott, K.C.B., Woodville, 
Dublin, aged 13, January 11. Arnold 

Late 36th Regiment. Retired as Captain. Of Torrington, North Devon. 

Hyslop, Maxwell Wither, third son of Col. Archibald Hyslop, 14, Hanover 
Terrace, London, aged 13, September 2. Highton 

Lieutenant-Colonel, retired. Served with the 93rd Highlanders in the Crimean 
War from July, 1855, during the Siege and Fall of Sebastopol. Medal with Clasp, 
and Turkish Medal. Served in the Indian Mutiny Campaign, 1857-8, and present 
at the relief of Lucknow, and other actions. Medal with Clasp. Of Killywhan, 
Park Avenue, Bedford. 

Halliday, Frederick Mytton. son of Frederick James Halliday, Esq., 
afterwards K.C.B., (O.R. 1814), Calcutta, aged 14, Dec. 23. School 

Indian Civil Service, Bengal, 1856. Member of the Board of Revenue, Calcutta, 
1888. Retired 1891. Of 21, Bolton Gardens, London, S. W. 
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Ackers, James, eldesb son of James Ackers, Esq., Pricknash Park. 
Gloucester, aged 13, November 18. Evans 

St. John's College, Oxford, 1854. Died 1859. 

Richardson, John Soame, son of the late John Richardson, ward of 
Richard N. Bacon, Esq., Upper Surrey Street, Norwich, aged 14, 
March 16. School 

Major-General. C.B. Served in the Crimean War, 1855. In the New Zealand 
War, 1860-61. Commanded the New South Wales Contingent in Suakim 
Expedition, 1885. Commandant, Military Forces, New South Wales, 1885-92. 
Retired 1893. Of Sydney, New South Wales. 

Clayfield-Ireland, Thomas Priaulx. second son of James Clayfield-Ireland, 
Esq , Rugby, and Brislington, aged 13, September 10. Town 

A Solicitor at Bristol. Died 8 April, 1872. 

Helme, Burchall, son of William Helme, Esq., New Mills, Stroud, 
Gloucestershire, aged 14, October 29. Evans 

Captain, 89th Regiment. Master of the South and West Wilts Hounds. Run 
over and killed by a train, June, 1890. 

Helme, Cuthbert, son of the above William Helme, Esq., aged 13, 
May 8. Evans 

Died 1870. 

Steel, John, eldest son of the Rev. John Steel, Totteridge, Hertfordshire, 
aged 14, August 12. Bradley 

Balliol College, Oxford, B.A. 1860, M.A. 1865. Rector of Odell, Bedfordshire, 
1895. Died 15 October, 1901. 

Scott, John, eldest son of the Rev. John Scott, Hull, Yorkshire, aged 14, 
July 16. Cotton 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1859, M.A. 1862. Vicar of St. John's, Leeds, 
1883-98. Prebendary of York Cathedral, 1876. V.D. 1896. Rector of Wanstead, 
Essex, from 1898. 

Pereira, William, son of General Massey Lopes Pereira, 18, Woburn 
Square, London, aged 14, June 6. Evans 

Perhaps William Duff Pereira, gazetted to 6th Dragoon Guards, 1857. 

FergUSSOn, William Fairlie, son of William Frederick Fergusson, Esq., 
20, Langham Place, London, aged 12, October 31. Evans 

Captain, 5th Bengal Cavalry. Served with great distinction in the Indian 
Mutiny Campaign, including the relief of Lucknow. While on furlough after the 
Mutiny, he had both his legs broken, and sustained other serious injuries in a 
railway accident near Hitchin, Herts, which disabled him from further active 
service. Residing in Tasmania from 1877. Of Gregory Street, Queenborough, 
Hobart. 

Waddington, Horace, sixth son of Colonel Charles Waddington, Indian 
Army, aged 16, June 26. Bradley 

Exhibitioner 1853. University College, Oxford, Scholar 1854-62, First Class 
Classical Moderations, 1855, B.A. First Class in Classics, 1857, M.A. 1859. One of 
H.M. Inspector of Schools, 1863-95. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 1862. Of 
Roseneath, Godalming. 

Crmn, Humphry Ewing, third son of Humphry Ewing Orum, Esq., 20, 
Woodside Terrace, Glasgow, aged 14, February 8. Evans 

Assumed the additional name of EWING. Died 12 March, 1875. 



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Green, Thomas Hill, second son of the Rev. Valentine Green, Birkin, 
Ferrybridge, Yorkshire, aged 14, April 7. Evans 

Balliol College, Oxford, B.A. First Class in Classics, 1859, Fellow, 1860-82, M.A., 
English Essay, 1832. Assistant Commissioner, School Inquiry, 1864. White's 
Professor of Moral Philosophy at Oxford, 1878. Author of " Prolegomena to 
Ethics," and other Philosophical Works. Died at Oxford, 26 March, 1882. A 
tablet to his memory has been erected in the School Chapel. 

Fetherston, John Henry, son of the Rev. Thomas Francis Fetherston, 
afterwards Baronet, Rugby, aged 11, August 6. Town 

Of New Pass, 1880. Assumed the additional name of WHITNEY. Died 19 June 
1881. 

Bolton, Dundas William James, son of James Thomas Bolton, Esq., The 
Elms, Solihull, aged 14. July 20. Evans 

Died of consumption, 1861. 

Jukes, Joseph Hordern, second son of the late Alfred Jukes, Esq., 
Surgeon, Birmingham, aged 15, November 3. Left June, 
1852. Evans 

Wadham College, Oxford, B.A. 1857, M.A. 1863. In Holy Orders. Of 8, Park 
Crescent, Oxford. 

Thruston, Clement Arthur, second son of Captain Charles Thomas 
Thruston, Talgarth, Machynleth, aged 13, June 12. Evans 

University College, Oxford, B.A. 1860. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 1869. 
J.P. for Merionethshire. High Sheriff, 1870. Of Pennall Tower, Machynleth. 
Died 9 June, 1883. 

Royds, Nathaniel, eighth son of the Rev. Edward Royds, Everton, 
Liverpool, aged 14, March 23. Anstey 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1859, M.A. 1862. University Eight, 1859. 
Rector of Little Barford, St. Neots, from 1864. 

Ellis. Robinson, third son of the late James Ellis, Esq., Stoke, near 
Devonport, aged 16, September 5. Bradley 

Balliol College Oxford, Scholar 1852. First Class in Classical Moderations, 1854. 
Ireland Scholar, and Latin Verse, 1855. First Class, Final Classics, 1856. 
B.A. 1857, Fellow, Trinity College, 1858, M.A. 1859. Bodeii Sanskrit Scholar, 
1858. Editor of " Catullus," and other works. Professor of Latin at University 
College, London, 1870-76. Corpus Professor of Latin, Oxford, 1893. Of Trinity 
College, Oxford. 

Hawkins, James Staples, only son of James Hawkins, Esq., 19, Middle 
Gardener Street, Dublin, aged 13, February 15. Bradley 

J.P. for Co. Dublin. Of St. Fenton's, Sutton, Baldoyle, Co. Dublin. Kildare 
Street Club. 

Philp, Francis Lamb, son of Francis R Philp, Esq., M.D., Kensington, 
aged 14, August 11. Bradley 

Captain, late 2nd Dragoons, Scots Greys. J.P. for Somerset. Of 7, Royal 
Terrace, Weston-super-Mare. Cavalry Club. 

Tomlinson, Francis, son of Robert Sherratt Tomlinson, Esq., Burton-on- 
Trent, aged 14, August 28. Arnold 

In the brewing business at Burton. In Australia in ill-health, 1855-60. Died in 
England, 1862. 

Pirie, Alexander George, son of Francis Pirie, Esq., 42, Upper Thames 
Street, London, aged 14, April 2. Cotton 

Trinity College, Cambridge. Of Stonywood, Bucksburn, Aberdeenshire. 



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Donnelly, John Alexander, son of William Donnelly, Esq., Auburn, Mala- 
hide, Ireland, aged 14, May 4>. Bradley 

Rutson, Albert Osliffe, fourth son of William Hutson, Esq., Newby Wiske, 
Thirsk, Yorkshire, aged 13, December 2. Bradley 

University College, Oxford, Scholar 1855, B.A. First Class in Classics, 1859, 
Fellow of Magdalen College, 1860, M.A. 1861. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 
1864. Private Secretary to Lord Aberdare, 1869. Member of London School 
Board. Died at Fox Holm, Cobham, Surrey, 21 April, 1890. 

Poulden, Edward Oourtenay, son of Captain Richard Matthews Poulden, 
Rugby, aged 10, October 28. Town 

Was killed in the Crimean War. 

Peters, Edwards Nicholls, son of Edward Peters, Esq., Rugby, aged 9, 
November 20. Town 

Colonel, Royal Engineers, 1888. Served in the Affghan War, 1878-79. Medal. 
Executive Engineer, Public Works Department, Bombay, 1879. Retired, 1895. 

De Satge, Henry, third son of the Vicomtesse De Satge, Rugby, aged 8, 
April 10. Town 

Settled in Queensland, and was engaged in sheep farming, but retired early, and 
returned to England. Of Hatfield, Malvern Wells. Reform Club. 

Dawson, John William James, son of John William James Dawson, Esq., 
20, Bloomsbury Street, London, aged 12, October 23. Mayor 

Lieutenant, Royal Artillery. Died from the bursting in his hands of a Russian 
shell, which had fallen near the wounded under his charge before Sebastopol, 
11 December, 1855. 

Stringer, Thomas Lowry, son of James Stringer, Esq., New Brighton, 
Liverpool, aged 14, July 1. Anstey 

Died at Sandrock, New Brighton, 1854. 

Clark, John, son of John Clark, Esq., Millgate, Newark, aged 14, 
December 17. Anstey 

Clark, James, son of the above John Clark, Esq., aged 11, Sept. 27. Anstey 

Burgoyne, Montagu Thomas, son of Thomas Burgoyne, Esq., 21, Stratford 
Place, London, aged 13, July 21. School 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1859. Of 356, Oxford Street, London, W. 

Ware, James Austin, son of John Ware, Ksq., Penavou, Clifton, Bristol, 
aged 13, December 19. Arnold 

A Merchant in Bristol. 

Leggatt, George Bethune, stepson of the Rev. Alfred Sandiland, South 
Darley, Matlock, Derbyshire, aged 13, November 10. Mayor 

In Holy Orders. Of Rearsby, Leicester. 

Harrow, Henry Edward, son of Lieutenant Henry Harrow, Rugby, aged 
13, March 2. Town 

Ensign, 7th Regiment, 1855, Lieutenant, 1858. 

Gibb, "Frederick Matthew, son of Henry Scott Gibb, Esq., Rugby, 
aged 11, November 22, Town 

Died at St. John's Park, Ryde, Isle of White, 1865. 

Gibb, Thomas Octavius, son of the above Henry Scott Gibb, Esq., aged 14, 
April 4. Town 

Residing at Melbourne, Victoria. 



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Ramsay, George Gilbert, third son of George Ramsay, Esq., afterwards 
.Baronet, Rugby, aged 1 1 , July 1 9. Town 

Exhibitioner 1857. Trinity College, Oxford, Scholar, 1857-62. First Class in 
Moderations, 1859, B.A., First Class in Classics, 1861, M.A. 1864. Professor of 
Humanity in the University of Glasgow, 1863. LL.D. Edinburgh, and D.Lit. 
Dublin. Of The University, Glasgow. 

Attye, Charles, second son of James Attye, Esq., Rugby, aged 11, 
December 15. Town 

Formerly 47th Regiment. Died 8 June, 1882. 

Ollivant, Alfred, son of the Lord Bishop of Llandaff, aged 14, Aug. 2. Cotton 

Trinity College, Cambridge. Joined the 9th Native Bengal Infantry, 1857. 
Served in the Indian Mutiny Campaign, 1857-8. Medal. Inspector-General of 
Police in the N.W. Provinces and Oude, 1890-1. Colonel, Indian Staff Corps. 
Retired. Died, June. 1901. 

Dobbs, Archibald Edward, only son of the late Archibald Edward Dobbs, 
Esq., Calcutta, aged 12, June 29. Town 

Balliol College, Oxford, B.A. 1862, M.A. 1865. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 
1865. Of 34, Westbourne Park, London, W., and Hartley Manor, Longfield, Kent. 

Rowley, William Arcedeckne, eldest son of Charles Robert, Rowley, 
Esq., afterwards Baronet, Waterloo House, Aldeburgh, Suffolk, 
aged 13, December 20. School 

Died 20 January, 1853. 

Gamlen, Robert Heale, son of Robert Gamlen, Esq., Church Street, Stoke 
Newington, aged 12, February 19. Mayor 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1861. Of 3, Gray's Inn Square, London, W.C. 

Foster, Richard, eldest son of Richard Foster, Esq., Castle, Lostwithiel, 
Cornwall, aged 14, October 29. Cotton 

Corpus Christi College, Oxford, B.A. 1859, M.A. 1861. A Banker at Liskeard. 
J.P. and D.L. for Cornwall. High Sheriff, 1885. Of Llanwithan, Lostwithiel. 

Barry, Richard Edwin, son of the Rev. Charles Upham Barry, Ryde, Isle 
of Wight, aged 15, May 9. Mayor 

Late Captain, 29th Regiment. Major and Adjutant, Essex Militia, 1881. 

Sellar, Alexander Craig, seventh son of Patrick Sellar, Esq., Westfield. 
Elgin, Morayshire, aged 15, October 17. Walrond 

Balliol College, Oxford, First Class in Classics, 1858, B.A. 1859, M.A. 1865. A 
Member of the Faculty of Advocates, 1862. Professor at Aberdeen. M.P. for 
Haddington Burghs, 1882, and for Lanarkshire, Partick Division, 1885. Died 
16 January, 1890. 

Stowe, Edwin, fourth son of William Slowe, Esq., Buckingham, aged 15, 
November 10. Bradley 

Brasenose College, Oxford, Scholar 1854-9, B.A. 1858. In New Zealand, 1868-89. 
Of Trolly HaU, Buckingham. 

OvailS, Charles Robertson, son of Colonel Charles Ovans, .Hanover Square, 
London, aged 14, July 18. Evans 

Indian Civil Service, 1855. Magistrate and Collector of Kanara. Died at Bombay, 
30 December, 1874. 

OvailS, John Lambert, son of the above Colonel Charles Ovans, aged 12, 
December 15. Evans 

Formerly a Solicitor in London. Of Raydon House, Potter's Field*, Tooley Street, 
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Crawford, Carlefcon Morgan, eldest son of Thomas Carlefcon Crawford, Esq., 
Rugby, aged 11, August 4. Town 

Queen's College, Oxford, B.A. 1863. Died 15 January, 1893. 

Hankey, Edward Alers, son of Thomas Alers Hankey, Esq., Olapham 
Common, Surrey, aged 15, January 28. Cotton 

In business in London till 1872. Died at Epsom, June, 1896. 

Bowen, Charles Synge Christopher, eldest son of the Rev. Christopher 
Bowen, Park Villa, Blackheath, aged 15, January 1. School 

Balliol College, Oxford, Scholar 1853, Hertford Scholar, 1855. First Class in 
Classical Moderations, 1856. Ireland Scholar, 1857. Latin Verse, 1857. B.A. 
First Class in Final Classics, 1858. Arnold Essay, 1859, Barrister-at-Law, 
Lincoln's Inn, 1861. Recorder of Penzance, 1872. Judge of the High Court of 
Justice, 1879. Lord Justice of Appeal, 1882. D.C.L. Oxford, 1883. Died, 
10 April, 1894. A Memoir of his life was published in 1896. A Prize bearing his 
name has been founded in the School, for General Modern History. 



ENTRANCES IN FEBRUARY, 1851. 

Law, Patrick Francis, third son of the Rev. Patrick Comerford Law, 
Northrepps, Norfolk, aged 14, August 28. Bradley 

In the War Office, 18611900. Of The Willows, Churchington, Cheltenham. 

Fawcett, Joseph Hodgson, son of John Fawcett, Esq., Petterill Bank, 
Carlisle, aged 14, August 28 Anstey 

Major, 1st Koyals. Served with the Berar column, which opposed the entrance 
of Tantia Topee into the Deccan. Served in the Abyssinian Campaign, 1868. 
Medal, and mentioned in dispatches. Died, 14 December, 1882. 

Hughes, Henry, son of John Hughes, Esq., Tanygraig, Bangor, aged 14, 
July 7. Shairp 

Williams, Benjamin Hugh, son of Benjamin Williams, Esq., Hillingdon 
Lodge, Uxbridge, aged 14, August 22. Cotton 

Captain, 51st Bengal Native Infantry. Served in the Indian Mutiny Campaign, 
and engaged at the siege of Delhi. 

Trench, Richard, son of the Rev. Richard Chenevix Trench, afterwards 
Archbishop of Dublin, Itchenstoke Rectory, Alresford, Hants, 
aged 15, February 18. Cotton 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1858. Died, 22 May, 1861. 

Elliott, Edward Draper, son of Lieut.-Col. William Edward Elliott, 27th 
Native Infantry, Madras, aged 12, September 30. Town 

Gazetted to the Bengal Artillery, 1857. Captain, E.A. 1866. Major, 1875. 
Colonel, 1886. Major-General, 1895. Naval and Military Club. 

Walrond, Francis Charles, third son of Theodore Walrond, Esq , Calder 
Park, Glasgow, aged 14, September 17. School 

Balliol College, Oxford, 1855. Of 16, Hillmorton Road, Rugby. 

Watson, Charles Court, son of James Otley Watson, Esq., Green Bank, 
Everton, Liverpool, aged 12, October 19. Anstey 

Bell, Claudius William, son of Dandeson Coates, Esq., Darneway Street, 
Edinburgh, aged 14, December 28. Shairp 

Indian Civil Service, 1858. First Assistant to Collector and Magistrate at Poonah, 
Bombay. Died at Suez, 10 January, 1875. 



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Lloyd* James Herbert, son of James Farmer Lloyd, Esq., 5, Kingsland 
Green, London, aged 11, September 15. Town 

Bright, Henry Eustace, fourth son of Richard Bright, Esq., M.D., 
11, Savile Row, London. Arnold 

A Merchant at Bombay. Died 1875. 

Gregory, Reginald Maze, son of the Rev. Thomas Gregory, Weston Lodge, 
St. John's Wood, London, aged 15, March 17. Arnold 

Trinity College, Cambridge. Late of Birchington, Kent, where he died, 
20 August, 1872. 

Grenfell, John Granville, second son of Mrs. Grenfell, Rugby, and the 
late Algernon Grenfell, aged 12, February 6. Town 

Pembroke College, Oxford, Scholar 1858-63, B.A. 1862. Assistant in the 
Antiquarian Department, British Museum. Assistant Master at Queen's College, 
Birmingham, and afterwards at Clifton College. Died at Pisa, March, 1897. 

Fetherston, Charles, son of John Fetherston, Esq., Terrace, Rugby, 
aged 14, August 5. Town 

Late Warwickshire Yeomanry. Of Maxstoke Castle, Warwickshire. Resumed 
the name of DILKE. Died before 1885. 

Havart, William James, son of Mrs. Havart, Drakeloe Lodge, Woburn, 
aged 15, February 16. Mayor 

St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1858, M.A. 1861. 

Marryat, Albert Palliser, son of Charles Marryat, Esq., Parkfield, near 
Barnet. aged 13, October 24. School 

Emigrated to South Australia, 1856. Afterwards settled in Trinidad. Member 
of Legislative Council. Of Port of Spain, Trinidad, 1902. 

Gorham, Charles Alfred, son of the Rev. George C. Gorham, Bramford 
!Speke, Exeter, aged 14, January 26. Highton 

Gazetted to the Royal Artillery, 1856. Captain, 1866. Major, 1875. Colonel, 1885. 
Retired 1894. Deputy Judge Advocate General in the Affghan Campaign, 1879-80. 
Medal and Star. Of 35, Addison Road, Kensington Junior United Service Club. 

Towers, William, son of William Towers, Esq., Sawrey, Hawkshead, 
Lancashire, aged 16, November 19. School 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1858. Assumed the name of ALCOCK BECK, 
in lieu of Towers, 1855. Late Major, 10th Lancashire Volunteers. J.P. Of 
Esthwaite Lodge, Hawkshead. 

Whinyates. Kdward Henry, second son of Lt.-Col. Frederick William 
Whinyates, Cheltenham, aged 15, June 25. Cotton 

Wadham College, Oxford, B.A. 1858. Rector of Fretherne, Stonehouse, Gloucester- 
shire, from 1882. 

Prescot, Charles Warre, second son of the Rev. Charles Kenrick Prescot, 
Rectory, Stockport, aged 12, May 25. Anstey 

Brasenose College, Oxford, B.A. 1861, M.A. 1876. Formerly Solicitor of the High 
Court of Judicature, Bombay. J.P. for Herefordshire. Of King's Pyon House, 
Weobley, Herefordshire. 

Parker, Howard, son of Captain William Windsor Parker, Clopton Hall. 
Woolpit, Suffolk, aged 13, July 18. Evans 

Late Major 15th Foot. Retired 1883. Formerly in the 4th Madras Light Cavalry 
and the 100th Regiment. Died about 1888. 



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Mackay, Alexander Forbes, son of John Alexander Mackay, Esq., 26, 

George Street, Edinburgh, aged 16, January 25. Highton 

Lieut. -Colonel, 1st Argyle Volunteers, 1881. Formerly Captain, 92nd Highlanders. 

Sayer, Edward Henry, son of the Rev. Edward Lane Sayer, Pulloxhill, 
Silsoe, Bedfordshire, aged 16, February 26. Cotton 

Died, 1890. 

Molyneux, Edmund, son of Edmund Molyneux, Esq., 8, Gambier Terrace, 
Liverpool, aged 14, December 16. Cotton 

Major, 7th Dragoon Guards. Retired 1879. Died 1898. 

BengOUgh, Harcourt Mortimer, third son of George Hengough, Esq , Bath, 
aged 14, December 25. Mayor 

Major-General. C.B. Served with distinction in the Zulu War, 1879. Served 
with the Burmah Expedition, 1885-6 Brigadier-General Commanding 2nd class 
district Madras Army, 1887-91. Commanded the troops in Jamaica, 1894, and an 
Infantry Brigade at Aldershot, 1894-7. Retired 1898. Of Ripon Lodge, St. Helen's 
Park, Hastings. 

Birch, Charles, eldest son of Mrs. Birch, Bootle, and the late Charles 
Birch, of Litherland, aged 13, March 13. Mayor 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1860. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1864. 
Colonel, 3rd Lancashire Militia. Of Lympstone, Devon. J.P. Died, 7 July, 1899. 

Davis, Robert Snow Bolton, son of Samuel Davis, Esq., Swerford Park, 
Enstone, Oxon, aged 14, June 3. Evans 

Of Swerford Park. J.P. for Oxon. Died 15 February, 1896. 

Hozier, Henry Montague, third son of James Hozier, Esq., Mauldslie 
Castle, Glasgow, aged 13. March 20. Walrond 

Captain, late 2nd Life Guards. C.B. Served in the Royal Artillery at the taking 
of the Taku Forts in the China War, 1860. Medal with two Clasps. Present in 
the war between Germany and Denmark, 1864, and in that between Prussia and 
Austria, 1866 Author of " The Seven Weeks' War " Served on the Staff in the 
Abyssinian War, 1868. Medal. Military Attach^ with the German Headquarters 
in the Franco-German War, 1870. Lieutenant-Colonel and Hon. Colonel, 3rd 
Kent Volunteer Artillery, V.D. Secretary of Lloyds from 1874. Of 26a, North 
Audley Street, London, W. Junior United Service Club. 

Turner, William Charles, son of Major William .Turner, 4, Montague Place, 
Clapham Row, Surrey, aged 14, September 9. Evans 

Indian Civil Service, Bengal, 1856. Judge of Agra. Died 20 January, 1888. 

Campbell, Duncan Pocklington . son of James Archibald Duncan Campbell, 
Esq.. Rugby, (O.R. 1822). aged 14, October 25. Town 

Major, City of Edinburgh Volunteers, 1881. 

Campbell, Edmund Alexander Charles, son of the above James Archibald 
Duncan Campbell, aged 12. July 10. Town 



Formerly Lieutenant, llth Madras Native Infantry. Subsequently in the 92nd 
Regiment. A.D.C. to the Governor of Madras. Died 1 November, 1887. 

Eliott, George Augustus Robertson, son of Daniel Eliott, Esq., Member 
of Council, Madras, aged 15, October 27. Evans 

Trinity College, Cambridge, 1855. Died at College. 

Trafford, Thomas Henry, son of Richard Leigh Trafford, Esq., (O.R., 1811), 
Rugby, aged 1 1 , October 29. Town 

Lieutenant, Royal Artillery, Bombay. Died at Bombay, October, 1863. 

Trafford, William, son of the above Richard Leigh TrafEord, Esq., aged 15, 

November 16. Town 

Christ's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1859, M.A 1863. Master at Durham, and 

other Schools. Rector of Newland St. Laurence, Maldon, 1889. Died 16 May, 1901. 



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Brooke, Edward Francis Brown, son of the Rev. Thomas Richard Brooke, 
A veiling 1 Rectory, Stroud, aged 13, June 27. Bradley 

Gazetted to the 41st Foot, 1858. Captain 1865. A. D.C. to Lord Lawrence and 
Lord Mayo, Viceroys of India. Died at Bath, 25 July, 1901. 

Powell, Henry Clark, eldest son of the Rev. Henry Townsend Powell, 
Stretton-on-Dunsmoor Yicarage, Coventry, aged 13, Feb. 25. School 

Oriel College, Oxford, Exhibitioner 1858, B.A. 1861, M.A. 1864. Provost of the 
Cathedral of Inverness. Rector of Wylye, Bath, 1882. Author of " The Limits 
of Lay Representation in the Councils of the Church." Died about 1900. 

Henvey, William Henry Dudley, son of Mrs. Henvey, Rugby, aged 12, 
May 24. Town 

Deceased. 

Fyson, Samuel, son of the late Samuel Fyson, Esq., Portman Square, 
London, aged 12, May 7. Anstey 

Hatchell, Christopher Hore, eldest son of Capb. Christopher Hore Hatchell, 
Rugby, aged 13, April 26. Town 

Captain, 43rd Regiment. Served throughout the Indian Mutiny Campaign, 1857-8, 
and present at numerous actions. Medal. Served in the New Zealand War, 
1864-5. Medal. He was accidentaUy drowned in Cork Harbour, 21 October, 1869. 

Porter, William Carmichael, son of the Rev. Charles Porter, G-rinton 
Vicarage, Richmond, Yorks, aged 14, November 28. Evans 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1860, M.A. 1863. Missionary Chaplain, Zanzi- 
bar, 1880. Of Masasi, German East Africa. 

Lawson, John, son of the Rev. John Lawson, Seaton Carew, Sfcockton-on- 
Tees, Durham, aged 15, February 10. Cotton 

Franks, Matthew Henry, eldest son of Thomas Franks, Esq., 21, Lower 
Fitz william Street, Dublin, aged 15, May 31. Shairp 

J.P. for Queen's County, and Co. Cork. Of Westfi eld, Mountrath, Queen's County, 
and Drumrahan, Mallow, Co. Cork. 

Stevens, William Brooke Bridges, son of Thomas B. B. Stevens, Esq., 
Park Villa, St. John's Wood, aged 15, January 3. Arnold 

Bradley, John Donaldson, son of Edmund Bradley, Esq., Battersea, Surrey, 
aged 13, August 4. School 

Lieutenant- Colonel, retired. Served with the 14th Regiment in the Crimean 
War, at the Siege of Sebastopol, 1855, and the attack on the Redan, 18 June, 1855. 
Medalr and Clasp. Naval and Military Club. 

Inglis, William, son of Henry Inglis, Esq., 29, St. Andrew's Square, 
Edinburgh, aged 11, August 25. Evans 

A Member of the Faculty of Advocates, 1863. Died 2 October, 1871. 

Fetherston, William George, son of John Fetherston, Esq., Rugby, aged 
13, Dec. 15. Town 

Major, 1st Warwick Militia. Of Maxstoke Castle, Warwickshire. J.P. and D.L. 
Resumed the name of DILKE. Died, 1892. 

Wooler, William George, son of William Emmerson Wooler, Esq., Bailey, 
Durham, aged 15, January 4. Cotton 

Rector of Cleobury North, Salop, 1871. Died, 1895. 

Mieville, John Francis, son of Ame*dee Francis Mieville, Esq., Stock 
Exchange, London, aged 14, July 18. Anstey 

On the London Stock Exchange. Of Staines, Middlesex. 
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Branfill, John Arthur Capel, sixth son of Captain Champion Edward 
Branfill, Upminster Hall, Essex, aged 13, March 23. Anstey 

A Civil Engineer. Of 6, Westminster Chambers, London, S.W. 

ENTRANCES IN APRIL, 1851. 

Hippisley, Henry Edward, second son of John Hippisley, Esq.,(O.R. 1815), 
iSton Easton, Bath, aged 12, September 2. School 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1861, M.A. 1866. J.P. for Somerset. Of South 
Lawn, Ston Easton, Bath. 

Sntton, James, son of James Sutton, Esq., Shardlow Hall, Derby, aged 14, 
January 16 Cotton 

Stalman, Charles Francis, son of Henry Stalman, Esq., (O.R. 1807), 
28, Oxford Square, London, aged 14, May 9. Anstey 

Died 22 March, 1863. 

Larcom, George, son of Thomas Askew Larcom, Esq., flighfield. 
Drumcondra, Dublin, aged 10, December 25. School 

Rifle Brigade. Political Agent at Jungera, Bombay. Died at Heathfield, 
Fareham, 16 June, 1878. 

Wood, Charles Robert, eldest son of Richard Wood, Esq., Rugby, aged 15, 
December 23. Town 

Wadham College, Oxford, B.A. 1859, M.A. 1865. Rector of Bredfleld, Woodbridge, 
from 1880. 

Baldwin, William Tylden. son of William Wriothesley Turner Baldwin, 
Esq., Stede Hall, Maidstone, aged 12, August 18. Arnold 

Indian Civil Service, Bengal. Retired. 

Macdonald, William Henry, eldest son of Major William Macdonald, 
Buckingham, aged 14, May 15. Bradley 

St. Mary Hall, Oxford, B.A. 1860, M.A. St. Edmund Hall, 1862. Assistant 
Master at Maryborough, 1860. 

Clarkson, Thomas Reeder, son of Ebenezer Thomas Clarkson, Esq., Calne, 
Wiltshire, aged 14, August 19. Highton 

Formerly Captain, 68th Regiment. Served in the Crimean War before Sebastopol, 
1855, and in the New Zealand War, 1864-5. 

Elwes, Henry Thomas, son of John Meggot Elwes, Esq., Bossington 
House, Stockbridge, Hants, aged 14, February 6. Cotton 

Formerly in Holy Orders, but renounced under the Clerical Disabilities Removal 
Act, 1871. Of Furbank, West Hoathley, Sussex. 

Whitm ore- Jones, Wolryche Harry, son of Captain John Henry Whitmore- 
Jones, Chastleton House, aged 13, December 28. Cotton 

Of Chastleton House, Moretoii-in-the-Marsh. Died 30 August, 1874. 

Dawes, Wentworth, son of Matthew Dawes, Esq., Westbrooke, Bolton, 
aged 14, June 11. School 

Gazetted Ensign, Military Train, 1855. 

Blunt, Joseph, eldest son of Joseph Blunt, Esq., Mortlake, Surrey, aged 14, 
October 2. School 

Balliol College, Oxford, 1855, Demy, Magdalen College, 1856, B.A. 1860. Died 
29 October, 1862. 



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GrOwan, Lawrence St. Patrick, son of Colonel George Edward Gowan, 
Temple Grove, East Sheen, aged 14, May 20. School 

Served with the 14th Dragoons in the Persian War, 1857. Served with distinction 
in the Indian Mutiny Campaign. Medals and Clasp. He was killed by a tiger 
which had been wounded by an officer of his then regiment, the 6th Inniskilling 
Dragoons, 25 April, 1863. 

Ewart, William Lee, eldest son of William Ewart, Esq., 6, Cambridge 
Square, London, aged 14, July 26. Bradley 

Of Northbrook, Surrey. Died, 6 December, 1892. 

Prewen, John, eldest son of Thomas Frewen, Esq., Brickwall House, 
Northiam, Staplehurst, aged 14, March 20. Highton 

Of 6, Milverton Terrace, Leamington. 

Lopes, George Ludlow, fifth son of Sir Ralph Lopes, Bart., Maristow 
House, Plymouth, aged 14, July 31. Walrond 

Exeter College, Oxford, 1855. Formerly Lieutenant, 16th Lancers. J.P. and 
D.L. for Wilts. Of Northleigh House, Bradford-on Avon. Carlton Club. 

ENTRANCES IN AUGUST, 1851. 

CaldeCOtt, Alexander William Bradfield, third son of Charles Marriott 
Caldecott, Esq., (O.R. 1815), Holbrook Grange, Rugby, aged 14, 
August 9. Bradley 

Captain, 103rd Regiment. Served in the Indian Mutiny Campaign, 1857. Medal. 
Killed by a tiger at Sepree, Central India, 2 June, 1867. 

Le Grice, Frederick Swaine, son of the Rev. Frederick Le Grice, Vicarage, 
Great Gransden, Hunts, aged 13, March 14. Evans 

Colonel, Royal Artillery. Retired. Served in the Zulu War, 1879. Junior 
United Service Club. 

Williams, Penry Boleyn, eldest son of Penry Williams, Esq., Penpont, 
Brecon, aged 13, May 5. School 

Christ Church, Oxford, 1857. Of Penpont. J.P. Died 19 November, 1893. 

Owens, James, son of John Owens, Esq., Holestone, Doagh, Co. Antrim, 
aged 15, August 3. Highton 

Of Holestone. J.P. and D ,L. for Co. Antrim. High Sheriff, 1878. 

Bebb, Henry Charles Lewis, son of Joseph Bebb, Esq., 12, Argyle Street, 
London, aged 14, November 13. School 

Formerly a Solicitor, of 12, Argyll Street, London. 

Tayleur, Creswell John, son of William Houlbrooke Tayleur, Esq., 
Oaklands, Torquay, aged 13, August 3. School 

Formerly a Solicitor, 27, Chancery Lane, London, W.C. 

Butler, John Vansittart Danvers, son of the Hon. Mrs. Butler, 1, Tehidy 
Terrace, Falmouth, and the late Hon. Charles Augustus Butler, 
aged 12, April 18. School 

Captain, R.N. Retired 1881. Succeeded his Uncle as sixth EARL OF LANES- 
BOROUGH, 1866. J.P. and D.L. for Co. Fermanagh. Lord Lieutenant of Co. 
Cavan. Of Smithland Hall, Loughborough. Carlton Club. 

Lane, Charles Leveson, third son of John Lane, Esq., Leyton Grange, 
Essex, aged 12, March 11. School 

Entered the Indian Navy, 1854, and served through the Persian Campaign, 
1856-7. Medal and Clasp. Gazetted a Cornet in the Royal Dragoons, 1860. 
Exchanged as Lieutenant into the 7th Fusiliers. 



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Willes, Henry Charles, care of Miss Willes, 22, Lansdowne Place, 
Leamington, aged 13, January 18. School 

Captain, 23rd Regiment, Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Served in the Indian Mutiny 
Campaign, 1857-8, including the Relief of Lucknow, Defeat of the Gwalior 
Contingent at Cawnpore, Siege and Capture of Lucknow, and other operations. 
Medal and two Clasps. Of Lansdowne Place, Cheltenham. 

Melville, Robertson John, son of John Melville, Esq., 16, Upper Barley 
Street, London, aged 14, February 6. Cotton 

Indian Civil Service, Madras. Collector of Sea Customs and of the Madras 
District, 1882. Retired. Died 18 August, 1891. 

Scobell, Barton Land John, eldest son of the Rev. John Scobell, Southover 
Rectory, Lewes, aged 15, August 19. School 

Exeter College, Oxford, 1855. Sometime Lieut. -Colonel Boyal Artillery 3rd 
Brigade, Cinque Ports Division. J.P. for Somerset. Of Kingwell Hall, Bath. 

Jones. John Charles, eldest son of Charles Gwillim Jones, Esq., 23, Craven 
Hill, Hyde Park, aged 14, March 30. School 

Magdalen Hall, Oxford, 1856. 

Parsons, Guy, son of John Parsons, Esq., Old Bank, Oxford, aged 13, 
September 1. School 

Died at School, December, 1853. A Tablet to his memory was erected in the 
School Chapel. 

Dangerfield, Edward, only son of Edward Dangerfield, Esq., The Hyde, 
Cheltenham, aged 14, May 30. School 

Trinity College, Oxford, 1856. 

Wall, Henry Gaskin, son of the Rev. John Pilgrim Wall, St. Vincent, 
West Indies, aged 13, July 5. Bradley 

Alington, Henry Giles, second son of the Rev. John Alington, Candlesby 
Rectory, Spilsby, Lincolnshire, aged 14, July 25. Highton 

Magdalen College, Oxford, Demy 1855, First Class Classical Moderations, 1857, 
B A Second Class Classics, 1859, M.A. 1865. University Eleven 1859. Ordained 
1866. One of H.M. Inspectors of Schools, 1866. Of 11, Ferndale, Tunbridge Wells. 

Wilberforce, Reginald Garton, eldest son of the Lord Bishop of Oxford, 
Cuddesden Palace, Wheatley, aged 14, January 23. School 

Lieutenant, 52nd Regiment, 15 April, 1859. Served at the defeat of Sealkote 
Mutineers and siege of Delhi. Medal and Clasp. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 
1870. J.P. and D.L. for Sussex. Of Lavington House, Petworth. 

Pigott, William, son of the Rev. John Robert Pigott, Ashwellthorpe 
Rectory, Wymondham, aged 13, July 26. Bradley 

Formerly in business in Calcutta. Of The Circus, Bath. 

Buxton, Edmund Charles, son of Edmund Charles Buxton, Esq., Kenyon 
House, Manchester, aged 13, January 24. Bradley 

Of Bettws-y-Coed. 

Rawlinson, Abram Creswicke, son of Abram Lindow Rawlinson, Esq., 
(O.R. 1818), Chipping Norton, aged 13, January 17. Shairp 

A Solicitor at Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire. 

Wood, Hubert James, son of Frederick Wood, Esq., Rugby, aged 11, 
November 27. Town 

Died 14 December, 1882, aged 48. 



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Hale, William Matthew, only son of the Rev. William Hale, Weston, Bath, 
aged 13, August 27. Shairp 

Balliol College, Oxford, B.A. 1860, M.A. 1863. Ban ister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 
1861. A Landscape Painter, and Member of the Royal Society of Painters in 
Water Colours. Of Clavertou, Stoke Bishop, Bristol. 

Dunning, William Beatson, eldest son of the late William Dunning, M.D., 
Hull, aged 13, September 24. Mayor 

Christ's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1860, M.A. 1866. Rector of Wyberton, 
Lincolnshire, from 1881. 

Lawrence, Alexander Hutchinson, son of Sir Henry Montgomery 
Lawrence, K.O.B., aged 12, September 6. Mayor 

Indian Civil Service, Bengal. Created a Baronet on the death of his father at 
Lucknow, 1858. Killed by the falling of a bridge on the Thibet Road in India, 
27 August, 1864. 

Powell, Evan Bayliss Skeeler, son of the Yen. Archdeacon Powell, Madras, 
aged 15, July 31. Highton 

Brooke, Peter William, son of Edward Brooke, Esq., Marsdon House, 
Stockport, Cheshire, aged 14, September 11. Shairp 

Greenall, John Wood Haslehurst, son of Thomas Greenall, Esq., Grappen- 
hall House, Warrington, aged 14, October 2. Bradley 

In business. Killed by a fall from his horse, 1864. 

Bayley, George, son of the Rev. Kennett Champaign Bayley, Copford 
Rectory, Colchester, aged 14, January 27. Arnold 

Lieutenant-Colonel, 31st Regiment. Engaged at the Siege of Sebastopol, 1855. 
Served in the operations against the Taepings at Shanghai, and generally in the 
actions in China, 1862. Medal. Served in the Zulu War, 1879. Medal. Retired 
1893. D.S.0. 1900. Of 24, Waterloo Crescent, Dover. Naval and Military Club. 

Kemp, Charles Earner, fifth son of Mrs. Kemp, Tunbridge Wells, and the 
late Nathaniel Kemp, aged 14, June 29. Evans 

Pembroke College, Oxford, B.A. 1859, M.A. 1862. An Architect, and Designer in 
stained glass, and other forms of constructional Art. Of 28, Nottingham Place, 
London, W. Windham Club. 

Horton, Joshua Thomas, eldest son of the Rev. Joshua Thomas Horton, 
aged 15, May 10. Evans 

Of Howroyde, Halifax. J.P. and D.L. for Yorkshire. Died 1895. 

Mosley, Paget Peploe, eldest son of the Rev. Paget Peploe Mosley, 
Rolleston, Burton-on-Trent, aged 14, August 12. Cotton 

Exeter College, Oxford, 1854. Formerly Captain, llth Hussars, 1862. J.P. for 
Co. Derby. Colonel commanding Derbyshire Yeomanry, 1895-8. Hon. Colonel, 
1898. Of 27, St. James Square, London, S.W. Carlton Club. 

Millett, Frederick George, son of F. Millett, Esq., Woodhill, Ripley, 
Surrey, aged 13, December 2. Cotton 

Indian Civil Service, Bengal. Retired 1876. Died, 6 August, 1877. 

Ward, William Ingleby, eldest son of John William Ward, Esq., Newcastle, 
Staffordshire, aged 14, May 19. Highton 

Died, 24 October, 1864. 

Moseley, James, son of William Moseley, Esq., Leaton Hall, Stourbridge, 
aged 13, February 22. Mayor 

Went to Australia. 



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Bodeu, Henry, eldest son of Henry Boden, Esq., The Grange, Derby,- 
aged 15, February 13. Burrows 

J.P. and D.L. for Derbyshire. Of The Friary, Derby. 

Batley, William, son of G. Batley, Esq., Fairlight Place, Hastings, aged 13, 
March 12. Shairp 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1860, M.A. 1863. Formerly Curate of St. 
Stephen's, Tonbridge, Kent. Of Fern Bank, Old London Road, Hastings. 

Hewitt, James Wilfred, eldest son of the Hon. James Hewitt, afterwards 
Viscount Lifford, Astley Oastle, Nuneaton, aged 13, Oct. 12. Gotton 

Formerly Lieutenant, 3rd Buffs. Succeeded his father as fifth VISCOUNT LIFFORD, 
1887. Hon. Colonel, Donegal Artillery Militia, 1896. Of Austin House, 
Broadway, Worcestershire, and Meen Glas, Stranorlar, Co. Donegal. 

Douglas, John, seventh son of Lieut -General Sir James Dawes Douglas, 
G.C.B., 25, York Crescent, Clifton, Bristol, aged 14, Dec. 5. Anstey 

Went to Cheltenham College, 1853. University College, Oxford, B.A. 1864. 
Colonial Secretary, Straits Settlements, 1876. Lieut. -Governor and Colonial 
Secretary, Ceylon, 1878. K.C.M.G. 1883. Died at Lyndhurst, Watford, 
23 August, 1885. 

Jessop, William, son of the late Rev. Robert Jessop, Clifton, Bristol, 
aged 14, April 12. Anstey 

Of Wargrave, Henley-on-Thames. 

Bird, Claude Smith, son of the Rev. Charles Bird, Gainsborough, aged 14, 
June 8. Evans 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1860, M.A. 1864. Chaplain of Preshaw, Hants, 
1877-97. Hou. Chaplain to Deaf and Dumb in East London, from 1897. Of 
18, New Fillebrook Road, Leytonstone. 

Footner, Richard, son ot Henry Footner, Esq., Andover, Hants, aged 15, 
July 8. Anstey 

Solicitor, and Town Clerk of Andover. Died, 2 April, 1894. 

Sayer, William Carlisle, son of the Rev. Edward L. Sayer, Pulloxhili, 
Ampthill, Bedfordshire, aged 14, August 7. Gotton 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1860, M.A. 1863. Has assumed the additional 
name of MILWARD. Rector of St. Leonard's, Wallingford, 1873-91. Of Old Hast- 
ings House, Hastings. 

Mortimer, Charles, eldest son of Charles Smith Mortimer, Esq., Croydon, 
aged 14, April 19. Mayor 

J.P. for Surrey. Of Wigmore, Capel, Surrey. 

Brassey, Thomas, eldest son of Thomas Brassey, Esq., 56, Lowndes 
Square, London, aged 15, February 11. Bradley 

University College, Oxford, B.A. 1859, M.A, 1864. M.P. for Devonport, 1865, for 
Hastings, 1868-86. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 1866. A Civil Lord of the 
Admiralty, 1880-4. Secretary to the Admiralty, 1884-5. K.C.B. 1881. Created 
BARON BRASSEY, 1886. Governor of Victoria, 1895. Author of "Wages and 
Labour." Of 24, Park Lane, London, W. Reform Club. 

Green, William Frederick, fourth son of John Green, Esq., Woburn, Bed- 
fordshire, aged 14, May 29. Shairp 
Oriel College, Oxford, B.A. 1860, M.A. 1862. Vicar of Budleigh, Devon, from 1884. 

Fox, Charles Edward, eldest son of Charles Joseph Fox, Esq., M.D-, 
Brislington, Bristol, aged 14, June 7. Mayor 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1860, M.A. 1865. Barrister-at-Law, Inner 
Temple, 1862. Taxing Officer High Court of Bombay, and Master and Registrar 
in Equity, 1866-86. Of Clayton, Clifton Park, Bristol. Died, 6 November, 1897. 



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Willyams, Arthur Champion Phillips, third son of Humphry Willyams, 
Esq., Carnanton, Si. Columb's, Cornwall, aged 14, Feb. 28. Cotton 

New College, Oxford, 1856. J. P. for Cornwall. Deputy Warden of the Stannaries. 
Of Bodrean, Truro. 

Pechell, Edward Rodney Cecil, son of the late Captain Pechell, R.N., 
Reading, aged 14 July 26. Shairp 

Late Major, 106th Regiment. Joined the Royal Canadian Rifle Regiment, and 
then served with the Military Train, 1863-70. Died at Toronto, 11 November, 1880. 

Bernard, Charles Edward, son of James F. Bernard, Esq. M.D., 16, Crescent, 
Clifton. Bristol, aged 12. July 21. Mayor 

Indian Civil Service, 1858-88. Chief Commissioner British Burma, 1880-7. 
Secretary in Revenue Statistics, and Commerce Department, India Office, 1888. 
K.C.S.I. Died at Chamounix, 17 September, 1901. 

Woodward, Charles Edward, son of Francis Woodward, Esq., Comberton, 
Pershore, Worcestershire, aged 12, July 21. Anstey 

Gazetted Ensign, 98th Foot, 1857. Went with his regiment to India. Died of 
fever at Fort Attock, Khyber Pass, May, 1859. 

Traherne, Llewellyn Price, fourth son of Morgan Popkin Traherne, 
Coytrahene House, Bridgend, Glamorganshire, aged 14, April 8. 

Bradley 
Formerly in New Zealand, but has returned to England. 

Weir, Daniel, son of John C. Weir, Esq., 2, Newbold Terrace. Leamington, 
aged 15, December 13. Mayor 

Gazetted to the 81st Regiment, 1854. 

Tawney, Charles Henry, eldest son of the late Rev. Richard Tawney 
(O.R. 1809), aged 13, December 26. Mayor 

Exhibitioner 1856. Trinity College, Cambridge, Senior Bell Scholar, 1857, Davies 
Scholar, 1858, B.A. Bracketed Senior Classic, 1860, M.A. Fellow, 1863. Indian 
Civil Service, Bengal Educational Department, 1864-93. Librarian India Office, 
1893. C I.E. Of Southlands, Weybridge. 

Budd, James Natusch, son of James Budd, Esq., 64, Porchester Terrace, 
London, W., aged 13, May 1. Arnold 

In business at Bordeaux. 

Dyke, Francis Hart, third son of the Rev. Thomas Hart Dyke, Long 
Newton, Stockton-on-Tees, aged 13, July 5. Bradley 

A Land Agent at York. Died 27 December, 1887. 

Kempson, Edward, son of the Rev. William Brooke Kempson, Stoke 
Lacy, Hereford, aged 14, October 13. Bradley 

Captain, 26th Cameronian Regiment. Died on board the P. and O. Massilia, off 
Marseilles, 14 June, 1869. 

Wills, Thomas Wentworth, son of Horatio S. Wills, Esq., Australia, 
aged 15, August 19. Evans 

Returned to Australia, where he was distinguished as a Cricketer. His father 
was killed by blacks in Australia, 1861. He died 2 May, 1880. [See also 
" Meteor " of 19 March, 1898.] 

Goodenough, Reginald Cyril, son of the Rev. Robert William G-oodenough. 
Whittingham Vicai*age, A In wick aged 14 May 27. Evans 

Lieutenant, 97th Regiment Severely wounded at the Storming of Sebastopol 
8 September, and died in consequence, 20 September, 1855. 



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Starkey, Thomas Stanton, eldest son of the late Thomas Starkey, Esq., 
Charlton House, Cheltenham, aged 12, December 13. Ootton 

Captain, 9th Lancers. Served in the Indian Mutiny Campaign, 1858. Of 
Button's Ambo, Yorkshire. Died 1896. 

Robertson, William, son of John J. Robertson, Esq., Whitehall, Finglass, 
Co. Dublin, aged 13, April 10. Anstey 

Woodward, John Francis Holmes, son of Francis Woodward, Esq., 
Comberton, Pershore, aged 13, February 3. Anstey 

Formerly a Merchant in Liverpool. A prominent Freemason. Of Norwood, St. 
John's Wood Road, Bournemouth. 

Napier, William John, son of Joseph Napier, Esq., M.P., afterwards 
Baronet, 17, Mountjoy Square, Dublin, aged 13, Oct. 31. Anstey 

Died before 1882. 

Davenport, Arthur, son of the Rev. Charles Davenport, (O.R. 1808), 
Welford, Stratford-on-A von, aged 15, August 13. Anstey 

Foreign Office, 1857. Interpreter in the Expedition to North China, 1860. Medal. 
Barrister-at-Law, Gray's Inn, 1868. Successively Consul at Pekin, Tientsin, and 
Shanghai. Retired 1885. Of Mordref, Teignmouth. 

Hill, Thomas Henry, son of Thomas Hill, Esq., Cotebank, Westbury, 
Bristol, aged 14, March 31. Shairp 

Sneyd-Kynnersley, Thomas Alfred, eldest son of Thomas Clement Sneyd- 
Kynnersley, Esq., (O.R. 1813), Rugby, aged 13, June 14. Town 

Lieutenant, R.N. Afterwards Warden of Goldfields, New Zealand, and Member 
of the Provincial Council for the Grey Valley. Died at Nelson, 1 February, 1874. 

Howison, John, son of Major Howison, Rugby, aged 12, Dec. 25. Town 

Walrond, Charles Willis, fourth son of Theodore Walrond, Esq., Calder 
Park, Glasgow, aged 13, December 30. Bradley 

Captain, Royal Artillery. Died, 26 August, 1880. 

Little, George Savile Lumley, eldest son of William Hunter Little, Esq., 
Llanvair Grange, Abergavenny, aged 14, February 3. Cotton 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1860. Rector of Kenley, Salop, 1870. Vicar of 
Samford Arundel, Somerset, 1893-96. Of Pencraig, Milverton, Somerset. 

Hatfeild, Thomas Godfrey, third son of Randall Hatfeild, Esq., (O.R. 1813). 
Thorp Arch, Tadcaster, aged 13, November 29. Arnold 

Of Thorp Arch. Died, 19 February, 1882. 

Cox, Felix Arthur Douglas, son of Mrs. Cox, Rugby, and the late Captain 
S. Fortnom Cox, aged 14, May 9. Town 

Gazetted to the 17th Bengal Native Infantry, 1851. Served through the Mutiny 
Campaign, with the 34th Regiment. Invalided. Residing at Whangamerine, 
Chatham Islands, New Zealand, 1902. 

Cox, Robert JDmilius, son of the above Mrs. Cox, aged 11, June 9. Town 

Major-General, 23rd Madras Native Infantry. Retired. Of Abbotswood, 
Buxted, Surrey. 

Cox, George Augustus, son of the above Mrs. Cox, aged 11, June 9. Town 

Gazetted to the 17th Foot, 1860. Retired as Lieutenant-Colonel, 1888. Of The 
Close, Salisbury. 



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ENTRANCES IN OCTOBER, 1851. 

Irby, George Powell, seventh son of the Rev. Hon. Paul Anthony Irby, 
Cottesbrooke Rectory, Great Creaton, Northants, aged 13, 
August 26. Left June, 1856. School 

Exeter College, Oxford, 1856, Scholar, Merton College, 1857-60, B.A. 1860, M.A. 
1863. Vicar of Great Deddington, Wellingborough, 1879-83, and of Weedon 
Bee, 1883-92. 8.P.G. Chaplain in France, since 1898. Of 57, Boulevard de 
1'Ocean, St. Nazaire, France. 

Williams, Philip, only son of Henry Williams, Esq., Field House, 
Handsworth, Birmingham, aged 13, March 16. School 

Joined the 13th Light Dragoons. Afterwards at Christ Church, Oxford, B.A. 
1868, M.A. 1870. Of Hinstock HaU, Salop. J.P. Died 25 April, 1895. 

Wotherspoon, Charles Grey, son of William Wotherspoon, Esq., 18, Great 
Stuart Street, Edinburgh, aged 14, April 26. Shairp 

A Member of the Faculty of Advocates, Edinburgh, 1861. Barrister-at-Law, 
Middle Temple, 1862. South Eastern Circuit. Of 18, Great Stuart Street, 
Edinburgh. 

Stowe, Leonard, fifth son of William Stowo, Esq., M.D., Buckingham, 
aged 14, March 11. Bradley 

Clerk to the Legislative Council, Upper House, Wellington, New Zealand, 
since 1867. 

Mitford, Reginald Colville William Reveley, youngest son of Mrs. Mitford, 
Moatlands, Bedford, and the late John Mitford, of Exbury, Hants, 
aged 12, February 23. Shairp 

Major-General, Bengal Staff Corps. Retired, 1886. Served in the Indian Mutiny 
Campaign, and was recommended for the Victoria Cross, 1858. Also served in 
the Jowaki Expedition, 1877-8, and in the Affghan War, 1879-80. Of 132, Crom- 
well Road, London, S.W. 

Pears, Henry, son of Abijah Hill Pears, Esq., Allesley, Coventry, aged 14, 
April 16. Evans 

Lieutenant -Colonel, 25th Regiment. Served with The Buffs, 3rd Regiment, in 
the Crimean War. Died at Malvern, 13 March, 1892. 

Freeman, Richard Henry, son of John Gardiner Freeman, Esq., Rockfield, 
Hereford, aged 15, June 16. Bradley 

Formerly Captain, 16th Regiment. 

Walker, Edwyn, son of James Walker, Esq., afterwards Baronet, (O.R. 
1816), Sand Hutton, York, aged 14, September 7. Bradley 

Formerly Captain, 15th Hussars. J.P. for Derbyshire. Of Rock House, Crom- 
ford, Derby. Army and Navy Club. 

Joy, Edward Wallace, son of Mrs. Joy, Woodtown House, Rathfarnham, 
Dublin, aged 13, April 10. Arnold 

Prance, Miles Henry, son of Miles Hammett Prance, Esq., Downshire 
Hill, Hampstead, aged 15, January 15. Gotton 

Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 1859. Equity Draftsman and Conveyancer. Of 
39, Westbourne Park, London, W. Died, February, 1896. 

Holmes, Arthur, son of the Rev. James Ivory Holmes, Exeter. Arnold 

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114 Goulburn, 1850-57. 

ENTRANCES IN FEBRUARY, 1852. 

Haymes, Thomas, third son of William Haymes, Esq., M.D., Rugby, aged 10, 
September 23. Town 

Died in London, 22 April, 1871. 

Davies-Cooke, James Robert, fourth son of Philip Davies-Gooke, Esq., 
Gwysaney, Mold, aged 14, July 4. School 

Major, Eoyal Artillery. Died, 1 September, 1883. 

Duffield, Thomas, son of Thomas Duffield, Esq., The Priory, Wallingford, 
aged 12, April 24. School 

Formerly 5th Dragoon Guards. Sometime Master of the Old Berkshire Hounds. 
Of New House, Abingdon. Died, 29 March, 1888. 

Newberry, Richard Nicholas, son of the late Nicholas Newberry, Esq., 
aged 14, April 18. School 

1st Bombay Light Cavalry. Served in the Indian Mutiny Campaign. Killed in 
action at Nusserabad, 28 May, 1857. 

Wise, Frederick Grey, fourth son of Benry Christopher Wise, Esq., (O.R. 
1819), Woodcote, Warwick, aged 13 in September. School 

Died at Brighton, 10 June, 1861. 

Wise, Augustus, fifth son of the above Henry Christopher Wise, Esq., 
aged 11 in August. School 

Has been a confirmed invalid for some years. 

Hony, George Henry, son of the Yen. Archdeacon William Edward Hony, 
Baverstock, Salisbury, aged 14, June 13. School 

Was permanently disabled by an accident while reading for the Army, 1855. 
Died at Cadnam Lodge, Hants, 31 December, 1891. 

Hippisley, Henry Nelson, eldest son of Henry Hippisley,Esq., (O.R. 1820), 
Lamborne Place, Berks, aged 12, October 15. School 

Bear-Admiral, E.N. J.P. for Berks. Died, 6 August, 1894. 

Darwin, William Erasmus, son of Charles R. Darwin, Esq., F.R.S., Down, 
Bromley, Kent, aged 12, December 27. Mayor 

A Banker at Southampton. J.P. for Hants. Of Eidgemount, Basset, 
Southampton. Athenaeum Club. 

Heyland, Langford Rowley, son of A. 0. Hey land, Esq., Charleville, 
Blackrock, Dublin, aged 14, July 17. School 

Lieutenant, 33rd Eegiment. Served in the Crimean War, at the Siege of 
Sebastopol. Mortally wounded in the Attack on the Malakoff Tower, and 
died 19 June, 1855. 

Douglas, Charles Irvine, son of Lord William Douglas, Grangemuir 
House, Pittenweem, Fifeshire. aged 14, July 29. Shairp 

Of The Deanery, Bampton, Oxfordshire. 

Jebb, Arthur, fourth son of Samuel Henry Jebb, Esq , Boston, Lincoln- 
shire, aged 14, July 1. Arnold 

Lieutenant-Colonel, retired, 31st Eegiment, with which he served throughout 
the China War, 1860, including the action of Sinho, and Storming of Tangku. 
Medal and Clasp. Army and Navy Club. 

Ellis, James Walter, son of James Ellis, Esq., Glasgow, aged 15, 
March 15. Shairp 



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Boden, Walter, second son of Henry Boden, Esq., The Grange, Derby, 
aged 14, August 6. Burrows 

Resides at Derby. 

Harris, William, third son of Joseph Harris, Esq., Westcotes, Leicester, 
aged 15, January 20. Burrows 

Formerly a Solicitor at Leicester. Of Sykefield, Leicester, and Mill Gate, 
Eastbourne, 

Stanley, Edward Harry, son of the Hon. Henry Stanley, Boulevard de 
1'Observatoire, Brussels, aged 14, January 5. Cotton 

Was in business in Manchester. 

Collingwood, Henry, seventh son of Mrs. Collingwood, Cornhill House, 
Coldstreara, and the late Henry John William Collingwood. aged 
12, December 7. Arnold 

Colonel, late 28th Regiment. Served with the 97th Regiment throughout the 
Indian Mutiny Campaign, at numerous actions, and the siege and capture of 
Lucknow. Medal and Clasp. Army and Navy Club. 

Sneyd-Kynnersley, Edmund Mackenzie, third son of Thomas Clement 
Sneyd-Kynnersley, Esq., (OR. 1813), Rugby, aged 10. Dec. 1. Town 

Balliol College, Oxford, 1860, Fellow of St. John's College, 1865-79, B.A. 1866, 
M A. 1871. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1869. One of H.M. Inspectors of 
Schools from 1874. Of Bou^hton Lodge, Chester. 

Whall, John Fitzwilliam, son of John Whall, Esq., Worksop, Nottingham- 
shire, aged 13, September 19. Arnold 

Trinity Hall, Cambridge, B.A. 1861, M.A. 1864. A Solicitor at Worksop, Notts. 
Died, 1879. 

Bates, John Lockington, only son of Mrs, Bates, Daventry, and the late 
John Lockington Bates, aged 13, March 3. Anstey 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. 1861, M.A. 1864. Rector and Patron of Iden, 
Playden, R.S.O., Sussex, from 1864. 

Ewen, William Henry Leman, son of J. L. Ewen, Esq., Valewood, Hasle- 
mere, Surrey, aged 13, August 10. Mayor 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1860, M.A. 1863. Curate of Rumbold Wyke, 
Chichester, 1868. Died, 2 November, 1870. 

Bentley, Frederick Stocks, son of Henry Bentley, Esq., Oulton, Leeds, 
aged 15, March 9. Burrows 

Barrister-at-Law. Assumed the name of BENTLEY-INNES. Died 1877. 

Best, George, eldest son of the Rev. Hon. Samuel Best, Abbotts Ann, 
Andover, aged 13, December 14. Evans 

Gazetted to the Royal Artillery, 1858. Captain 1871. Major 1878. Retired, as 
Lieutenant-Colonel, 1883. J.P. for Wilts and Dorset. Of Charlton House, 
Ludwell, Salisbury. 

Soames, Robert, son of Charles Soames, Esq., Cole's Park, Buntingford, 
Herts, aged 14, December 15. Evans 

Formerly Captain, 4th Hussars, and 5th Dragoon Guards, Of Scaldwell, 
Northampton. Army and Navy Club. 

Smyth, Alexander, eldest son of John Alexander Thompson Smyth, Esq., 
4, Cumberland Terrace, London, aged 16, September 7. Shairp 
Wadham College, Oxford, 1855. 

Thornhill, Charles, son of the Rev- Charles Thornhill, Milesdown, Castle 
Bellingham, Co. Louth, aged 12, July 2. Arnold 

Colonel, Royal Artillery. Retired 1885. 



116 Goulburn, 1850-57. 



Law, David Edward, fourth son of William John Law, Esq., 63, Upper 
Seymour Street, London, aged 14, February 10. Bradley 

Exhibitioner 1857. Balliol College, Oxford, Scholar 1857-62, First Class in 
Moderations, 1859, B.A. 1863. Fellow, New College, 1864-73, M.A. 1865. Died in 
London, 9 April, 1873. 

Moreton, Hon. Wyndham Percy, son of the Earl of Ducie, Tortworth 
Court, Wootton-under-Edge, aged 12, May 10. Bradley 

Formerly Lieutenant, 7th Fusiliers. Died 29 July, 1877. 

Smith, Woolmore Simmons, son of Mrs. Smith, Milesdown, Castle Bell- 
ingham, Co. Louth, aged 13, May 1. Arnold 

Rhoades, James, son of the Rev. James Peter Rhoades, Rugby, aged 10, 
April 9. Town 

Trinity CoUege, Cambridge, 1862, Chancellor's Medal, English Verse, B.A. 1864, 
M.A. 1867. Assistant Master at Haileybury College, and afterwards at Sherborne 
School. A frequent contributor of Verse to " The Times," " Spectator," etc. Of 
5, Fitzjames Avenue, Kensington, London, W. 

Haughton, John, eldest son of Edward L. Haughton, Esq., Shepley Hall, 
Andenshaw, Lancashire, aged 13, November 6. School 

Christ Church, Oxford, E.A.. 1861. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 1861. Died 
before 1885. 

Williams, Charles Henry, son of Charles Crofts Williams, Esq., Roath 
Court, Cardiff, aged 14, April 19. Arnold 

Magdalene College, Cambridge. J.P. and D.L. for Glamorganshire. High 
Sheriff, 1872. Of Roath Court, Cardiff. Junior Carlton Club. 

Williams, Wigley Greswold, only son of Francis Edward Williams, Esq., 
Doddenham, Worcester, aged 12, August 13. Mayor 

J.P. for Worcestershire. Died, 25 March, 1875. 

Stewart, James Drummond, son of Major 0. A. Stewart, 5, Spring Terrace, 
Richmond, Surrey, aged 14, April 4. Arnold 

Formerly Lieutenant, 72nd Regiment. Served in India. Medal. 

Martin, William Reid, son of Capt. William Martin (O.R. 1820), Warsop 
Rectory, Mansfield, aged 12, January 7. Evans 

Major-General, 38th Foot. Formerly Major, 6th Bengal Native Infantry. Served 
throughout the Indian Mutiny Campaign, at numerous engagements, and the 
Siege and Capture of Lucknow. Medal and Clasp. Served with the 19th 
Punjab Infantry in China, 1860. Medal. Also with the 3rd Punjab Infantry 
in the Sultana Expedition, 1863. Medal and Clasp. Died 31 December, 1892. 



Bennett, Francis Henry Burlton, son of William Bennett, Esq., 14, St. 
James' Place, London, aged 15, July 12. Arnold 

Lieutenant, Bengal Native Infantry. Died of wounds received in the Indian 
Mutiny Campaign, 12 May, 1858. 

Dickson, Edward Henry Wathen, son of William H. Dickson, Esq., 
Clapham Common, Surrey, aged 13, November 27. Mayor 

Trinity CoUege, Cambridge, B.A. 1861, M.A, 1866. Vicar of Little Ouseburn, 
Yorkshire, 1866. Died 1886. 

Williams, George Crofts, second son of Charles Crofts Williams, Esq., 
Roath Court, Cardiff, aged 12, June 1. Arnold 

Pembroke College, Oxford, 1858. J.P. for Co.s Monmouth and Glamorgan. Of 
Llanrumney Hall, St. Mellou's, Cardiff. 



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King, Frederick, son of Frederick King, Esq., Chilmark, Salisbury, 
aged 13, March 22. School 

Trinity College, Cambridge. Settled in Natal. 

Harrison, William Bealey, son of William Harrison, Esq., Norton Hall, 
Oannock, aged 14, January 16. Arnold 

J.P. and D.L. for Staffordshire. High Sheriff, 1897. Diamond Jubilee Medal, 
1897. Of Aldershaw, Wall, Lichfield. Devonshire Club. 

Hodge, Charles James, eldest son of the Rev. Charles Hodge, East Ketford, 
aged 14, May 20. Arnold 

Christ Church, Oxford, 1855. Settled in New Zealand, in the Customs Depart- 
ment. Died October, 1877. 

Button, James Robert, son of the Hon, James H. Button, afterwards Lord 
Sherborne, Bibury House, Fairford, Gloucestershire, aged 12, 
December 23. Bradley 

Died, 15 May, 1857. 

Laws, Edward, eldest son of Captain John Milligen Laws, R.N., Darley 
Hall, Bolton, aged 15, April 17. Arnold 

Wadham College, Oxford, 1856. Gazetted to the 35th Royal Sussex Regiment, 
1858. P.S.A. J P. for Pembrokeshire. High Sheriff, 1899. Of Brython, Tenbv 
South Wales. Savile Club. 

ENTRANCES IN APRIL, 1852. 

Anderson, Samuel Lee. son of Matthew Anderson, Esq., 1, Mountjoy 
Square Wesb, Dublin, aged 14, June 14. Anstey 

Trinity College, Dublin, B A. 1859, M.A. 1862. Admitted a Solicitor, 1862, and 
afterwards Barrister-at-Law, Dublin. Crown Prosecutor, 1868-84. Knighted 
1884. Died 1 December, 1886. 

Clayfield-Ireland, Arthur, third son of James Clay field-Ireland, Esq., 
Rugby, aged 13, June 18. Town 

Formerly in the West of England and the Wilts and Dorset Banks. J.P. for 
Devon. Of Dowrich House, Sandford, North Devon. 

Wagner, Henry, third son of the Rev. Henry Michell Wagner, Vicar of 
Brighton, aged 11, July 16. School 

Merton CoUege, Oxford, B A. 1862, M.A. 1865. F.S A. Barrister-at-Law, Inner 
Temple, 1871. Of 13, Half Moon Street, Piccadilly. 

Annesley, Francis JH anbury, eldest son of George Annesley, Esq., 
(O.R. 1819), 27, Dorset Place, London, aged 14, Dec. 19. Evans 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. 1861, M.A. 1863. A Trustee of the British 
Museum. Vicar of Seighford, Stafford, from 1900. 

Johnston* Fowell Buxton, son of Andrew Johnston, Esq., Halesworth, 
Suffolk, aged 13, January 5. Gotton 

Gazetted to the 25th Regiment, 1858. Captain, 3rd Dragoon Guards, 1862. 
Retired, 1862. In Uruguay, 1866-75. Of Kenley, Surrey. 

Were, Thomas Kennet, eldest son of Mrs. Were, 5, Litfield Place, Clifton, 
Bristol, and the late Thomas Bonville Were, aged 14, 
April 6. Arnold 

Corpus Christi College, Oxford, B.A. 1861, M.A. 1865. J.P. for Devon. Of 
Cotlands, Sidmouth. Union Club. 



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Bagshawe, Alfred Drake, third son of Mrs. Bagshawe, The Oaks, 
Sheffield, and the late William John Bagshawe, aged 16, 
March 15. Evans 

Emmanuel College, Cambridge, B.A. 1858, M.A. 1831. Rector of Taynton, 
Gloucester, 1877-91. Vicar of Wormhill, Derbyshire, from 1891. 

Sandford, Ernest Grey, sixth son of the Ven. Archdeacon John Sandford, 
Dunchurch, aged 12, August 16. School 

Christ Church, Oxford, B.A and M.A. 1865. University Eleven, 1859. First 
Class in Classical Moderations, 1860. Chaplain to the Bishop of Exeter, 1869. 
Vicar of Cornwood, Ivybridge, 1885. Archdeacon of Exeter, 1888. Canon and 
Prebendary of Exeter Cathedral, 1888. Of The Close, Exeter. 

Astley, Thurlow Augustus, third son of Sir Francis Astley, Bart., 
Bverleigh, Wilts, aged 14, March 24. School 

Christ Church, Oxford, B.A. 1861. Formerly an Inspector of Factories. Of 
Coombe Bank, Kingston-on-Thames. 

ENTRANCES IN AUGUST, 1852, 

Parker, Edward Barn well, eldest son of the Rev. Edward Parker, Oxendon 
Rectory, Northampton, aged 14, May 5. School 

Pembroke College, Oxford, Scholar 1857-63, B.A. 1861, M.A. 1863. Curate of 
Kirk Hallam, Derby. Died 7 November, 1869. 

Drummond, James Sutherland, son of the Hon. Edmund Drummond, 
aged 13. September 2. School 

Indian Civil Service, Bengal Judicial Commissioner of Burmah. Died at 
Calcutta, 1 March, 1882. 

Mason, Edward Snow, son of Richard Mason, Esq., Town Clerk, Lincoln, 
aged 14, January 6. School 

Late Captain, 82nd Regiment, and 68th Light Infantry. Served in the Indian 
Mutiny Campaign, 1857-8, and engaged at Cawnpore, Bareilly, and other 
actions. Medal. Lieutenant-Colonel and Hon. Colonel, North Lincoln Militia, 
1890-5. Of 20, Minster Yard, Lincoln. 

Wilkinson, John, son of John Wilkinson, Esq., Gledhow Mount, Leeds, 
aged 15, June 6. School 

Formerly in business at Leeds, 1858-67. Residing in Manchester, 1902. 

Hillyard, Frederick Temple, eldest son of the Rev. Temple Hillyard, 
Southam Rectory, Warwickshire, aged 14, August 18. School 

Brasenose College, Oxford, Hulme Exhibitioner, B.A. 1861. Died 9 Nov., 1877. 

Goodcllild, Philip Peter Perring, son of the Rev Thomas Oliver Goodchild, 
Rectory, Hackney, aged 13, September 18. School 

Emmanuel College, Cambridge, B.A. 1862, M.A. 1875. J.P. and D.L. for 
Leicestershire Major and Hon. Lieutenant-Colonel, Leicestershire Militia, 
1884. Of Alverscot, Oxfordshire. Piccadilly Club. 

Reeye, Nevill Henry, second son of Ellis Reeve, Esq., 43, Montague 
Square, London, aged 12, December 28. School 

Oriel College, Oxford, B.A. 1862, M.A. 1869. Captain 45th Regiment. Served 
in the Abyssinian War, 1868. Assuned the additional name of KINO, 1896. Of 
The Hall, Ashby-de-la-Launde, Lincoln. Army and Navy Club. 

Parnell, William Henry, son of the Hon. Henry William Parnell, 13, 
Bryanstone Square, London, aged 14, October 7. School 

Lieutenant-Colonel, Grenadier Guards. Died in London, 4 May, 1879. 



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Perry, Samuel, son of William Perry, Esq., Woodrooff, Clonmel, aged 12, 
September 15. School 

Serjeantson, Peter Bell, third son of Peter Serjeantson, Esq., Knotty Ash, 
Liverpool, aged 13, February 12. School 

Died 1875. 

Deedes, William Henry, son of William Henry Deedes, Esq., 52, Chester 
Square, London, aged 13, February 23. Bradley 

Major-General, late Rifle Brigade. Retired 1887. D.S.O. Of 38, Rosetti 
Mansions, Chelsea. Army and Navy Club. 

Ford, Edmund Salwey, second son of the Rev James Ford, (O.R. 1810), 
Torquay, aged 13, November 4. School 

Balliol College, Oxford, B.A. 1862, M.A. 1864. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 
1866. J.P. for Cornwall. Of Pengreep, Perranwell, Cornwall. 

Davidson, Charles Richard Tierney, son of John Davidson, Esq., 9, York 
Street, Portman Square, aged 14, April 14 Anstey 

Lieutenant-Colonel, retired, Royal Engineers. Junior United Service Club. 

Lee, Philip Henry, only son of the Rev. Philip Henry Lee, Stoke Bruerne 
Rectory, Towcester, aged 14, July 6. School 

Died about 1895. 

Hudson, Frederick Charles, son of Henry Hudson, Esq., Wick, Pershore, 
aged 14, June 7. School 

Indian Staff Corps, 1857. Died " some time ago." 

Belfield, Algernon Henry, son of Thomas D. Belfield, Esq., Blagdon, 
Paigntori, Devon, aged 13, December 31. School 

In business in Australia from 1857 . 

Wood, Samuel Frederick, son of Richard Wood, Esq., Rugby, aged 12, 
October 8. Town 

King's College, London, 1854. Of The Gables-, Duffield, Derby. 

Millett, Henry, second son of Frederick Millett, Esq., Woodhill, Ripley, 
Surrey, aged 12, September 24. Compton 

Christ Church, Oxford, B.A. 1862, M.A. 1875. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 
1864. Chief Judge of the Court of Small Causes at Calcutta, 1875-89. Of 
Highfield House, Stonehouse, Gloucestershire. 

Prinsep, BVederick Bruce, son of William Prinsep, Esq., 8, Hyde Park 
Place West, London, aged 13, April 5. Evans 

Captain, 21st Hussars. Served as Lieutenant, 3rd European Light Cavalry, in 
the Indian Mutiny Campaign, 1858, and present at several actions. Medal. 
Died 22 April, 1879. 

Bay ley, Ken nett, youngest son of the Rev. Kennett Champaign Bayley, 
Copford, Colchester, aged 13, October 31. Left Dec., 1856. Arnold 

A Civil Engineer. Member, Institute, C.E., 1875. Chief Engineer, Great 
Southern and Western Railway of Ireland, 1877-1900. Of Milford House, Carlow. 

Mather, Frank Albert, son of John Philip Mather, Esq., Bootle, Liverpool, 
aged 14, April 16. Shairp 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1867, M.A. 1872. Vicar of Queen Camel, 
1894-1901, and of Yatton, Somerset, from 1901. 



120 Goulburn, 1850-57. 



Daniell, Henry Smith, son of James F. Nugent Daniell, Esq., Esher, 
Surrey, aged 13, February 24. Shairp 

Lieutenant-Colonel, Bombay Army. Served in the Persian Campaign, 
1856-7. Medal and Clasp. Served in the Central Indian Campaign, 1857-8. 
Medal and Clasp. Wounded. Chief Constable of Hertfordshire, 1880. Of 
Hatfield, Hertfordshire. 

Wood, Edward Blencowe, son of Richard Wood, Esq., Rugby, aged 14, 
November 10. Town 

Died at The Grove, Syresham, Northants, 27 November, 1889. 

Wood, Richard Henry, son of the above Richard Wood, Esq., aged 14, 
November 10. Town 

J.P. for Warwickshire. Assumed the name of SHUCKBURGH, 1876, under the 
terms of his uncle's will. Of The Manor House, Bilton, Eugby. 

Tisdall, Charles Arthur, eldest son of John Tisdall, Esq., Charlesfort, 
Navan. Co. Meath, aged 14, June 28. Arnold 

Captain, 18th Hussars, 1863. Died 22 January, 1869. 

Sidgwick, Henry, son of the late Rev. William Sidgwick, 7, King's Parade, 
Redland, Bristol, aged 14, May 31. Evans 

Trinity College, Cambridge, Scholar, 1855, Bell Scholar, Craven Scholar, and 
Brown's Medallist for Greek Epigram, 1858, B.A. Senior Classic and Senior 
Chancellor's Medallist, 1859. 33rd Wrangler, Fellow, 1859-69. Professor of Moral 
Philosophy, Cambridge, 1883-1900. D.C.L., Oxford, 1890. LL.D., Edinburgh, 
Glasgow, and St. Andrew's. Author of " Ethics of Conformity and Subscription," 
1870, and other works. Died at Terling, Essex, 28 August, 1900. 

Garrett, Charles, son of Robert Garrett, Esq., Admiralty, Whitehall, 
London, aged 13, April 3. Evans 

Gregson, Samuel Leigh, son of Matthew Gregson, Esq., Toxteth Park, 
Liverpool, aged 14, November 27. Shairp 

Sometime in business in Liverpool. F.R.G.S. An active organiser of Science 
and Art Classes in Liverpool. Died 5 April, 1884. 

Waddington, Richard Pendrell, son of Thomas Waddington, Esq., Rouen, 
Normandy, aged 14, May 22. Bradley 

Formerly in the Chesnut Battery, R.H.A. Became a naturalised Frenchman, 
and Member of the National Assembly. Resident at Rouen. 

Carey, William Dobree, son of the Rev. Peter Carey, St. Saviour's, 
Guernsey, aged 15, September 26. Bradley 

Gazetted to the Royal Artillery, 1855. Captain, 1872. Colonel, 1885. Retired 
as Major-General, 1887. Commanded the Royal Artillery in Ceylon, 1883-7. 
Of 22, Archer's Road, Southampton. 

Lovell, Esdaile Lovell, eldest son of Edwin Lovell, Esq., Binder, Wells, 
Somerset, aged 15, May 25. Evans 

Formerly Captain, 10th Hussars. Died at Weston-super-Mare, 29 August, 1900. 

Hobbs. Joseph, eldest son of the late Joseph Hobbs, Esq., Regent's 
Villa, Regent's Park, London, aged 14, October 24. Shairp 

Christ Church, Oxford, B.A. 1859, M.A. 1865. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 
1862. Of 9, Kensington Gardens Square, W. 

Knowles, George Herbert, son of the late Stephen H. Knowles, Esq., 
Gonipsrsal, Leeds, aged 15, May 26. Burrows 

Formerly farming in South Wales. Died 1881. 



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Winbolt, Henry Holt, son of the Rev. Thomas Henry Winbolt, Sandridge, 
St. Albans, aged 13, October 11. Burrows 

Corpus Christ! College, Cambridge, B.A. 1867. Vicar of Sutton, Wisbech, 
from 1884. 

Lovell, Charles Champion, second son of Edwin Lovell, Esq., Dinder, 
Wells, Somerset, aged 12, November 14 Evans 

Registrar of the Probate Court at Wells. Barrister-at-Law, Western Circuit. 
Died at Clifton, 1 January, 1874. 

Royds, Charles Twemlow, eldest son of the Rev. Charles Smith Royds, 
Faugh ton Kectory, Stafford, aged 14, April 11. Anstey 

Christ's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1861, M.A. 1864. Rector of Heysham, and J.P. 
for Lancashire. Died at Crookhey Hall, Garstang, 9 March, 1900. 

Parry-Jones, G-eorge, son of Richard Parry-Jones, Esq., Whitchurch, 
Salop, aged 15, October 9. Anstey 

Corry, Hon. Frederick Cecil George Lowry, son of the late Lord Belmore, 
8. York Terrace, Leamington, aged 13, June 17. Mayor 

Died at School, 12 May, 1855. 

Baird, Frederick, son of the late Sir David Raird, "Bart., Newbyth, 
Prestonkirk, Haddingtonshire, aged 14, February 10. Mayor 

Formerly Captain, 6th Foot. Served in India, 1857. Died 1884. 

Powys, William Percy, second son of the Rev. Hon. Horace Powys, 
afterwards Lord Bishop of Sodor and Man, Warrington Rectory, 
Lancashire, aged 14, April 24. Burrows 

University College, Oxford, B.A. 1861, M.A. 1864. Rector of Ashow, Warwick- 
shire, 1873, and of Thorpe Achurch, Oundle, 1877-94. United University Club. 

Clayton, Francis Henry, second son of the Rev. Richard Clayton, 
Newcastle-on-Tyne, aged 14, June 28. Mayor 

Formerly Captain, 57th Regiment. Served in the New Zealand War, 1861' 
Medal. Died 6 February, 1881. 

Joynson, Robert Hampson, eldest son of William Joynson, Esq., Salemere, 
Cheshire, aged 13, December 30. Bradley 

Corpus Christi College, Oxford, B.A. 1860, M.A. 1866. A Merchant in Man- 
chester. Of Chasefield, Bowdon, Cheshire. 

Erskine, Hugh Henry, son of the late Sir David Erskine, Bart, 
Pwllcrochon, Con way, North Wales, aged 14, July 12. Anstey 

Lomax, Thomas Openshaw, son of John Lomax, Esq., Springfield House, 
Bury. Manchester, aged 16, April 15. Evans 

High Sheriff of Montgomeryshire, 1874. Died in London, 6 March, 1882. 

Jebb, Joshua Gladwyn, eldest son of Colonel Joshua Jebb, afterwards 
K.C.B., 7, Somers Place, Hyde Park, London, aged 13, 
March 16 Arnold 

Formerly Captain, 54th Regiment. Of Barnby Moor, Retford, Notts. 

Faber, Charles Frederick, son of the Rev. John Cooke Faber, Chicklade 
Rectory, Hindon ; Wilts, aged 14, April 27. Evans 

Ensign, 55th Regiment, 1858. 
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Grregson, Moorlands Samuel, son of Henry Gregson, Esq., Moorlands, 
Lancaster, aged 14, July 10. Mayor 

Formerly of Moorlands, Lancaster. Residing near Manchester. 

Hoare, Ernest Vilars, eldest son of Gerard Noel Hoare, Esq.; Mill Hill, 
Hendon, Middlesex, aged 14, October 16. Shairp 

Jesus College, Cambridge, B.A. 1861, M.A. 1865. Vicar of Fenny Stratford, 
Bucks, 1876-83. Died about 1899. 

Wedgwood, John Darwin, son of Henry Allen Wedgwood, Esq., (O.K. 
1813), Penally House, Tenby, aged 12, February 25. Mayor 

In the Army. Accidentally drowned, 1869. 

Wrigley, Joseph, son of Joseph Wrigley, Esq., Netherton, Huddersfield, 
aged 13, February 3. Gompton 

In business, 1860-82. Formerly President, Huddersfield Chamber of Commerce, 
and Representative of Associated Chambers in Russia and France, 1866 and 1878. 
Commissioner of Hudson's Bay Company in North America, 1884-91. Of 25, 
Kensington Park Gardens, London, W. 

Sturt, Napier George, eldest son of Charles Sturt, Esq., Adelaide, South 
Australia, aged 15. November 1. Anstey 

Colonel, Royal Engineers. Served in the Abyssinian War, distinguished in 
action at the Senafe Pass and the Sooro Defile. Medal. Retired 1889. J.P. for 
Monmouthshire. Of Llanvihangel Court, Abergavenny. Died 11 Nov., 1901. 

Smith, William Alexander, son of John Smith, Esq., Bank, Leeds, aged 
12, December 29. Anstey 

Caius College, Cambridge, B.A. 1863, M.A. 1866. Formerly Curate of Swanmore, 
Isle of Wight. Died about 1892. 

Waller, William" Newcome, eldest son of James Noble Waller, Esq., 

Allenstown, Navan, Co. Meath, aged 13, August 13. Arnold 

Christ Church, Oxford, 1860. J.P. and D.L. for Co. Meath. High Sheriff, 1880. 

Moilliet, James Keir, son of James Moilliet, Esq., Abberley Hall, 
Worcester, aged 16. July 27. Anstey 

Of Abbotsleigh, Great Malvern. 

Moilliet, John Lewis, son of the above James Moilliet, Esq., aged 16, 
July 27. Anstey 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1859, M.A. 1872. Rector of Abberley, Stour- 
port, from 1865. 

Gorham, Henry Stephen, third son of the Rev. George Cornelius Gorham, 
Brampford Speke, Exeter, aged 13, March 7. Burrows 

F.Z.S. Vicar of Shipley, Sussex, 1873-95. Of The Chesnuts, Shirley Warren, 
Southampton. 

McBarnet, Cockburn, sou of Mrs. Macpherson, Burgie House, Forres, 
Scotland, aged 15, May 13. Burrows 

Formerly in the 92nd Highlanders. Died about 1866. 

Bates, Henry Stratton, eldest son of the Rev. John Ellison Bates, Christ- 
church, Dover, aged 15, December 21. Left Dec., 1853. Bradley 

Late Captain, 8th Hussars. Retired 1866. Served on the Staff in the New 
Zealand Wars, 1860 and 1863. Lieutenant-Colonel commanding, Hon. Colonel 
1886, West York Militia. J.P. for Gloucestershire and Hants. Of Langtons, 
Alresford, Hants. United Service Club. 



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Hardy, Arthur Octavius, fifth son of Mrs. Hardy, 9, Lansdowne Orescent, 
Clifton, and the late Colonel Edmund Hardy, aged 13, October 15, 
Left October, 1857. School 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. 1861, MA. 1864. Assistant Master at Wellington 
College, 1861- Chaplain at Calcutta, 1881. Rector of Smardeii, Kent, 1890-1900. 
Rector of Lydd, Kent, 1900. 

ENTRANCES IN OCTOBER, 1852. 

Elliot, Frederick Eden, son of Captain Elliot, R.N., 68, Chester Square, 
London, aged 14, October 9. School 

Indian Civil Service, 1858. Judge of Allahabad. Retired 1894. 

England, Albert Edward, son of the Rev. William Henry England, 
Ellesborough Rectory, Tring, aged 12, February 3. School 

Gazetted to the Royal Artillery, 1860. Captain 1872. Retired as Lieutenant- 
Colonel, 1883. J.P. for Oxfordshire. Of Soulderne Manor, Banbury. Army 
and Navy Club. 

Clayton, Richard Smith, son of Thomas Clayton, Esq., Bradford, 
Yorkshire, aged 14, September 14. School 

Bird, William Gardner, son of William Smith Bird, Esq., Dingle Priory, 
Toxteth Park, Liverpool, aged 15, April 19. Burrows 

Killed by an accidental fall from a window in Liverpool, 1865. 

Bird, Charles Henry, second son of the above William Smith Bird, Esq., 
aged 13, June 11. Burrows 

St. John's College, Oxford, B.A. 1864, M.A. 1865. Barrister-at-Law, Inner 

Temple, 1865. J.P. and D.L. for Lancashire. High Sheriff, 1890. Major and 

Hon. Lieutenant-Colonel, Lancashire Militia. Of Crookhey Hall, Cockermouth, 
Garstang, Lancashire. 

Foster, William Thomas, second son of Richard Foster, Esq., Castle, 
Lostwithiel, aged 15, May 8. Gompton 

Formerly Captain, 2nd Dragoon Guards. Served in the Indian Mutiny Campaign, 
1857-8. Of 15, Hughenden Road, Clifton. 

Sitwell, Degge Wilmot, fourth son of Robert Sacheverell Sit well, Esq., 
Morley, Derby, aged 14. July 17. Gompton 

St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1861, M.A. 1865. Vicar of Leamington 
Hastings, Warwickshire, from 1863. 

Dawson, William, son of William Dawson, Esq., Dunston House, Lincoln, 
aged 15, September 28. Mayor 

Blood, Howell Pattison Lewis, son of Joseph Howell Blood, Esq., 
Witham. Essex, aged 14, December 28. Mayor 

St. Peter's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1860, M.A. 1866. Vicar of West Bergholt, 
Colchester, 1876. Died about 1891. 

Hoole, John Warneford, eldest son of the Rev. John Hoole, 4, Mecklenburgh 
Square, London, aged 16, October 18. Mayor 

Queen's College, Oxford, B.A., First Class in Classics. 1859. 

ENTRANCES IN FEBRUARY, 1853. 

Paulet, Francis, son of Mrs. Paulet, Darfield Rectory, Barnsley, 
Yorkshire, aged 16, December 16. School 

Only one day in the School. 



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Salt, John Charles, son of John Salt, Esq., 20, Lombard Street, London, 
aged 12, May 8. School 

A Partner in the Banking firm of Lloyd, Barnett, Bosanquet & Co., 73, Lombard 
Street. Died 11 February, 1901. 

Tanner, Robert, son of John Tanner, Esq., M.D., Ledbury, Herefordshire, 
aged 14, September 25. School 

Miller, Henry Brougham, son of J. F. Miller, Esq., Court of Bankruptcy, 
London, aged 14, June 30. School 

Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn. Died before 1885. 

Gary, William Edward, son of Captain William Lucius Cary, Rugby, 
aged 14, December 7. Town 

Of Chudleigh, Devon. 

Simpson, Pierce Adolphus, son of Robert Simpson, Esq., 8, Fitzwilliam 
(Square South, Dublin, aged 15, March 1. Anstey 

In Holy Orders. Died August, 1900. 

Walker, John Moore, son of John Walker, Esq., Rugby, aged 9, 
March 18. Town 

M.B., Edinburgh, 1871. Sometime Medical Officer of Health at Cheltenham. 
Practising in Birmingham from 1883. Of 4, Belgrave Road, Birmingham. 

Barton, Folliott, third son of Colonel Hugh William Barton, Waterfoot, 
Pettigo, Enniskilleu, aged 14, May 5. School 

Died 1883. 

Willes, William Aubrey, second son of William Willes, Esq., Astrop 
House, Brackley, aged 13, September 25. School 

Exeter College, Oxford, 1858. Sometime in New Zealand. Of the Manor House, 
King's Button, Banbury. 

Parker, George, son of George Parker, Esq., Messrs. Parker, Kennedy, 
and Company, Liverpool, aged 16, March 18. Bradley 

Died at Hamilton, Canada, 1857. 

Buckmaster, John North, second son of Mrs. Buckmaster, Clapham Park, 
and the late William Buckmaster, aged 15, June 18. Bradley 

Corpus Christi College, Oxford, First Class in Classical Moderations, B.A. 1860. 
In Holy Orders. Of Augustine Villa, Ramsgate. 

Cockerell, Louis Arthur, third son of the Rev. Henry Cockerell, North 
Weald, Epping, Essex, aged 16, November 20. Mayor 

Balliol College, Oxford, B.A. 1861, M.A. 1886. Vicar of North Weald, 1880. Vicar 
of Wormingford, Essex, 18926. Of 102, Banbury Road, Oxford. 

Rowbotham, Daniel Lees, son of Daniel Rowbotham, Esq., Bedworth, 
Coventry, aged 12, January 26. Anstey 

Eve, Henry Weston, eldest son of Henry Weston Eve, Esq., Maldon, 
Essex, aged 14, July 2. Anstey 

Exhibitioner, 1856. Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A., 13th Wrangler and Second 
Class, Classical Tripos, 1860. Fellow 1862, M.A. 1863. Assistant Master at Wel- 
lington College, 1860-76. Dean of College of Preceptors from 1883. Headmaster 
of University College School, London, 1876-98. Of 37, Gordon Square, London, 
W.C. 

Pooley, William Alexander, son of Alexander G. Pooley, Esq., 29, 
Nicholas Lane, London, aged 13, October 8. Anstey 



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Bayne, William Thirlwall, son of Mrs. Bajne, 40, York Terrace, London, 
and the late Dr. W. J. Bayne, aged 14, June 10. Burrows 

Trinity College, Cambridge, LL.B. 1862, LL.M. 1865. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's 
Inn, 1863. J.P. for Devon. Of Brockhill. Broadclyst, Exeter, Atheuseum 
Club. 

Hills, Robert Savi, son of James Hills, Esq., St. John's Wood, London, 

aged 15, May 8. Bradley 

Formerly a Merchant at Calcutta. Retired about 1876. Residing near Aberdeen. 

Alison, Philip Grant, son of William G. Alison, Esq., Louth, Lincolnshire, 
aged 14, March 3. Burrows 

Died, April, 1860. 

Beasley, Joseph Noble, son of John Beasley, Esq., Chapel Brampton, 
Northampton, aged 13, September 20. Evans 

A laud agent. 

Dunn, Robert, son of the Rev. Charles Dunn, St. Peter's Parsonage, 
Walsall, aged 13, May 28. Mayor 

Christ's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1862, M.A. 1865. Vicar of Ampney Crucis, 
Cirencester, 1869-74. Missionary in Honolulu, 1874-6. Rector of Wanstrow, 
Somerset, from 1885. 

Mayhew, Henry Courtney, only son of Henry Mayhew, Esq., longstanding, 
Lichfield, aged 15, August 26. Evans 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. 1861, M.A. 1863. Vicar of Hattou, Warwickshire, 
1875-93. Assumed the name of COURTNEY, in lieu of Mayhew. 

Clarke, William Henley Stanley, son of Mrs. Henley Clarke, Hambrook 
House, near Bristol, aged 13, April 12. Bradley 

Lieutenant, 7th Madras Cavalry. Served in the Indian Campaign, 1859. Served 
in the Commissariat Department in the New Zealand War, 1863. Died at sea, 
23 December, 1876. 

Stanley, Charles Geoffrey, son of the Hon. Henry Stanley, Strawberry 
Cottage, Chiswick Mall, Middlesex, aged 13, September 5. Gompton 

Formerly Captain, 32nd Regiment. Died 22 April, 1877. 

Westmacott, Edward Vesey, eldest son of the Rev. Horatio Westmacott, 
Chastleton, Moreton-in-t he-Marsh, aged 13, June 12. Evans 

Magdalen College, Oxford, Demy 1857-63, B.A. 1862. Indian Civil Service, 1861. 
Member of Revenue Board, Bengal, 1894. Retired 1898. East India United 
Service Club. 

Perryn, George Edward, son of the late Richard G. Perryn, Esq., Trafford 
Hall, Chester, aged 14, June 19. Arnold 

Lieutenant-Colonel, 90th Light Infantry, Retired 1878. Served in the Indian 
Mutiny Campaign, 1857-9, and was present at the Defence of Alumbagh, the 
Relief as well as the Siege and Capture of Lucknow, and the operations in Oude. 
Medal with two Clasps. Junior United Service Club. 

Watts, Nicholas, son of the late Rev. Nicholas Watts, King's Teignton, 
South Devon, aged 14, December 27. Evans 

Died at Teignmouth about 1862. 

Graham, Robert Goodlake, son of William Graham, Esq., Fitzharris House, 
Abingdon, aged 16, March 1. Shairp 

Died in New Zealand, 10 October, 1862. 



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Warneford, William John Jortin, son of Mrs. Warneford, Rugby, aged 15, 
September 20. Town 

Captain, Commissariat Department of the Army, 1864-80. Served in Gaika and 
Gealeka, and Zulu Wars. Colonial Service from 1381. Colonial Secretary's Office, 
Capetown, from 1887. 

G-lascott, William, son of William Madden Glascott, Esq., Alderton, New 
Ross, Co. Wexford, aged 15, June 29. Evans 

Formerly Captain, 30th Regiment. J.P. for Co. Wexford. Of Alderton, New 
Ross, Co. Wexford. 

, Robert Spencer, only son of the late Robert John Gregg, Esq., 
25, York Terrace, London, aged 13, March 5. Mayor 

St. Mary's Hall, Oxford, 1858. Drowned when boating at Oxford, 6 April, 1859. 

Lewes, William Price Llewellyn, eldest son of William Price Lewes, Esq., 
Llysnewydd, Newcastle Emlyn, Carmarthenshire, aged 14, 
August 30. Mayor 

Lieutenant-Colonel, 51st Regiment. Retired 1875. J.P. and D.L. for Co.s 
Carmarthen and Cardigan. High Sheriff, 1897. Of Llysnewydd, Llandyssil, 
South Wales. 

Baiiibridge, Edward Thomas, eldest son of Edward Thomas Bainbridge, 
Msq., Chicksands Priory, Biggies wade, aged 15, April 6. Shairp 

Colonel, late 21st Regiment, Scots Fusiliers. Retired 1887. Served in the Zulu 
War, 1879, and against Sekukuni. Medal with Clasp. Army and Navy Club. 

Ollivant, Joseph Earle, third son of the late Bishop of Llandaff, Bishops- 
court, LlandaE, aged 13, June 11. Bradley 

Balliol College, Oxford, B.A. 18(32, M.A. 1865. Assistant Master at Radley and 
Marlborough, 1864-8. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1873. Chancellor of the 
Diocese of Llandaff, 1877, and of St. David's, 1891. Of 35, The Mansions, 
Richmond Road, Earl's Court. Oxford and Cambridge Club. 

Lloyd, Herbert, eldest son of Francis Edwardes Lloyd, Esq., Killybebyll, 
Pontardawe, Glamorganshire, aged 15, February 5. Evans 

J.P. for Co.s Brecon and Glamorgan. High Sheriff, 1877. Of Plas Killybebyll, 
Swansea. 

Franks, Thomas Cuthbert, second son of Thomas Franks, Esq-, 21, Lower 
Fitzwilliam Street, Dublin, aged 14, January 29. Shairp 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1867. President of the Incorporated Law Society, 1891. 
J.P. for Co. Dublin. Of St. Brigid's, Clonskeagh, Co. Dublin. 

Phillips, John, son of Joseph Phillips, Esq., Stamford, Northamptonshire, 
aged 14, October 10. Evans 

A Solicitor at Stamford. 

Troup, William Bedford, son of Mrs- Troup, Rugby, aged 14, May 10 Town 

Major, Royal Artillery. Retired 1878. 

Boddington, Thomas Francis, eldest son of Reginald Brook Boddington, 
Esq., Tetley, Herefordshire, aged 14, March 9. Anstey 

Left in ill-health the same term. St. Peter's College, Cambridge, 1858, B.A. 1861, 
M.A. 1865. Gazetted to the 41st Regiment, 1855, retired as Lieutenant, 1857. 
Vicar of Salhouse and Wroxham, Norfolk, since 1870. 

Haye, Thomas Davey, son of the late Captain George Haye, R.N., aged 
14, July 22. Compton 



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Harrow, Edwin, son of Lieutenant Harrow, Rugby, aged 12, Jan. 26. Town 

ENTRANCES IN APRIL, 1853. 

Millett, Montague, son of Charles Millett, Esq., Maiden Erleigh, Reading, 
aged 13, December 4. Compton 

Major-General, Bengal Native Infantry. Retired 1893. Served in the Indian 
Mutiny Campaign, 1857-8. Of Dhurmsala, India. Died at Mooltan, 1901. 

Blackwood, Robert William, second son of the Rev. Hon. William Stear 
Blackwood, Ballinderry Rectory, Lurgan, Ireland, aged 13, 
January 7. School 

Trinity College, Oxford, 1858. Major, 52nd Light Infantry. Retired as 
Lieutenant-Colonel. Of Tilsit, Bedford. 

De Gruchy, William Lawrence, eldest son of William Philip De Gruchy, 
Esq., St. Helier's, Jersey, aged 14, December 9. 

Barrister -at-Law, Gray's Inn, 1875. High Constable (Mayor), of St. Helier's, 
1876-8. A Judge of the Royal Court at Jersey, 1878. Of St. Helier's, Jersey. 

Allen, Bulkeley, son of John Allen, Esq., Cheetham Hill, Manchester, 
aged 14, March 28. Bradley 

J.P. for Cheshire. Of West Lynn, Altrincham, Cheshire. 

Brandreth, Joseph Lyall, son of Thomas Shaw Brandreth, Esq., 15, Steyne, 
Worthing, Sussex, aged 14, July 11. Evans 

Addiscombe College, 1857. Gazetted to the Royal Engineers, and died at 
Chatham, 1858. 

Miller, George Taverner, son of Taverner John Miller, Esq., 7, Millbank 
Street, Westminster, aged 13, September 30. Evans 

Smith, Alfred, son of William Wyke Smith, Esq., 16, Southampton Street, 
London, aged 14, September 15. Burrows 

Changed his name to WYKESMITH. 

Tomes, Robert John, son of the Rev. Robert Tomes, Coughton Vicarage, 
Alcester, aged 14, May 14. Burrows 

Exeter College, Oxford, B.A. 1861, M.A. 1865. In Holy Orders. Master at 
Bishop's Stortford School, 1864-76. Died about 1889. 

Poster, Francis John, eldest son of John Nathaniel Foster, Esq., St. 
Andrew's, Biggies wade, aged 15, June 16. School 

Lieutenant, 7th Royal Fusiliers. Died of fever, 1860. 

ENTRANCES IN AUGUST, 1853. 

Gregory, John Philip, eldest son of John Gregory, Esq., Governor of the 
Bahamas, aged 14, March 8. School 

University College, Oxford, B.A. 1861, M.A. 1864. Barrister-at-Law. Died, 16 
November, 1869. 

Blunt, William Frederic, son of Joseph Blunt, Esq., Westpark, Mortlake, 
Surrey, aged 14, July 1. School 

Palmer, Hugh Robert, son of Thomas W. Palmer, Esq., Brough, Yorkshire, 
aged 12, June 14. School 

Died in the holidays, January, 1857. Memorial tablet in the School Chapel. 



128 Goulburn, 1850-57. 



Poster, Edward John, second son of John Nathaniel Foster, Esq., St. 
Andrew's, Biggleswade, aged 14, December 26. School 

Christ Church, Oxford, B.A. 1860, M.A. 1863. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 
1862. Of Beeston Grange, Sandy. Died 1895. 

Ramsden, William Henry, son of David Ramsden, Esq., Bradford, York- 
shire, aged 14, October 8. School 

Smyth, George Charles, son of Ralph Smyth, Esq., Queensborough, 
Drogheda, aged 12, March 1. School 

Of Newtown, Drogheda. 

Kempson, Carteret Houstoun, son of Mrs. Sladden, 31, Abingdon Street, 
Westminster, aged 14 December 27. School 

Died at School, 20 February, 1859. A Memorial Tablet is placed in the School 
Chapel. 

Witts, Francis Edward Broome, eldest son of the Rev. Edward Francis 
Witts, ^tanway Vicarage, Winchcomb, aged 1 3, January 31 School 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. 1861, M.A. 1865. Rector of Upper Slaughter, 1886. 
Of Upper Slaughter Manor, Gloucestershire, R.S.O. 

Waring, Samuel, son of Thomas Waring, Esq., Waringfield, Moira, Co. 
Down, aged 14, October 14. School 

Formerly Captain, 62nd Regiment. Died 1872. 

Griffith, Edmund John, son of J. D. Griffith, Esq , Whittington, Lichfield, 
aged 13, January 16. School 

Formerly a Brewer at Lichfield. 

Marshall, John, son of Henry Cowper Marshall, Esq., Weetwood Hall, 
Leeds, aged 13, March 30. Arnold 

Exhibitioner 1858. Trinity College, Cambridge, Scholar 1861, B.A. 1862, M.A. 
1865. Of Weetwood Hall, Leeds. Sometime Chairman of the Leeds Chamber of 
Commerce. 

Alexander, George, son of Mrs. Alexander, Rugby, aged 13, Feb. 27. Town 

Lieutenant, 63rd Regiment, 1863. Lieutenant-Colonel, Bengal Staff Corps, 1885. 
Deputy Commissioner, 4th Grade, Prome, British Burmah. 

Maclachlan, Duncan, son of Charles Machlachlan, Esq., Australia, aged 
15, July 22. Bradley 

Formerly Captain, 90th Regiment. Retired as Hon. Major, 1881. 

Atkins, Thomas Hovell, son of Thomas Atkins, Esq., 16, Somer's Place, 
Hyde Park, aged 14, May 22. Bradley 

Morley, Charles Edward, son of James Morley, Esq., 14, Mecklenburgh 
Square, London, aged 15, July 15. Mayor 

Formerly a Solicitor in London. Of 80, Cheapside. 

Sykes, Richard, fourth son of Richard Sykes, Esq., Edgeley House, 
Stockport, aged 14, May 11. Sliairp 

Of Bowdon, Cheshire. 

Brand, Henry Robert, son of the Right Hon. Henry Brand, afterwards 
Viscount Hampden. Glynde, Sussex, aged 12, May 2. Arnold 

Captain, Coldstream Guards. M P. for Hertfordshire, 1868, and for Stroud, 1874 
and 1880. Surveyor-General of Ordnance, 1883. Succeeded his father as 2nd 
VISCOUNT HAMPDEN, 1892. Governor of New South Wales, 1895. Of the Hoo, 
Welwyn, Herts. 



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Tait, Walter James, eldest son of the Rev. William Tait, Rugby, aged 14, 
May 31. ~ Town 

Exhibitioner 1858. Balliol College, Oxford, First Class in Classical Moderations, 
1860, First Class in Final Classics, 1862, B.A. 1863, Fellow of Worcester College, 
1864-71, M.A. 1864. Sometime Assistant Master at Wellington College. Rector 
of St. Edmund's, Salisbury, 1883-90. Of 131, Ashley Gardens, London, S.W. 

Thomas, Edward David, eldest son of Edward David Thomas, Esq., 
Welfield, Builth, aged 13, October 8. Bradley 

University College, Oxford, B.A. 1862. J.P. and D.L. for Co.s Brecknock and 
Eadnor. High Sheriff, 1895. Of Welfield, Builth, Brecknockshire. 

Collyer, John Monsey, eldest son of John Collyer, Esq., Rugby, aged 13, 
April 28. Town 

University College, Oxford, Scholar, 1859, B.A. 1864. Sometime Assistant 
Master at Marlborough. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 1869. Of Hackford 
Hall, Reepham, Norfolk. 

Edwards, Arthur Thomas, son of the Rev. Laurence Tucker Edwards, 
Rugby, aged 11, December 12. Town 

Fraser, James Francis, son of Colonel A. Fraser, Rugby, aged 13, 
February 5. Town 

Late 19th Regiment. Retired as Major, 1881. Served in the Hazara Campaign, 
1868. Medal with Clasp. 

Howes, William Atkinson, third son of John Baron Howes, Esq., Rugby, 
aged 13, November 23. Town 

St. Bees Theological College, 1861. Rector of Cold Higham, Towcester, 
from 1875. 

Howes, Thomas fourth son of the above John Baron Howes, Esq., aged 11, 
October 28. Town 

Lieutenant, R.N. Served at the Attack upon Sweaborg, 9 and 10 August, 1855. 
Died 1875. 

Hankey, Robert Alers, son of J. A. Hankey, Esq., 98, Westbourne Terrace, 
London, aged 15, August 11. Bradley 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1863. Sheep farming in South Australia, 
1863-72. Of 1, Chesham Place, Kemp Town, Brighton. 

Ackers, Benjamin St. John, second son of James Ackers, Esq., Pricknash 
Park, Stroud, aged 13, November 6. Evans 

St. John's College, Oxford, 1858. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 1865. M.P- 
for West Gloucestershire, 1885. Of Huntley Manor, Gloucester. 

Unett, John, son of John Unett, Esq. (O.R. 1814), Harborne, Birmingham, 
aged 13, October 9. Evans 

Tomkinson, James, second son of Colonel William Tomkinson, Willington 
Hall, Chester, aged 13, July 8. Bradley 

Balliol College, Oxford, B.A. 1863. J.P. and D.L. for Cheshire. Major and Hon. 
Lieutenant-Colonel, Cheshire Yeomanry, 1899. M.P. for the Crewe Division of 
Cheshire, from 1900. Of Willington Hall, Tarporley, Cheshire. 

Helme, Arthur Thomas, son of Robert Helme, Esq., Forest, Walthamstow, 
Essex, aged 14, April 28. Evans 

95th Regiment. Died at Marseilles on his return from Bombay, Sep- 
tember, 1862. 
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130 Goulburn, 1850-57. 

Kennedy, Page Evory, son of Bvory Kennedy, Esq., M.D., 27 Merrion 
Square North, Dublin, aged 12, September 23. Burrows 

Died before 1890. 

Kennedy, Richard George, son of the above Evory Kennedy, Esq., aged 
11, October 23. Burrows 

Formerly Lieutenant, 18th Hussars. Served in the Bhootan Expedition with the 
55th Regiment, and present at the storming of Dewangiri, 1865. Served in the 
Abyssinian Campaign, and the capture of Magdala, 1868. Medal and mentioned 
in despatches. Major, Bengal Staff Corps. Served in the Afghan War, 1881-2. 
Accidentally drowned near Penshurst, 1883. 

Bros, Richard Follet, son of Thomas Bros, Esq , 12 King's Bench Walk, 
Temple, London, aged 15, May 4. Evans 

Formerly Captain, 17th Foot. Captain, 1st Norfolk Militia, 1881. Of 20, Selwood 
Road, Brighton. Army and Navy Club. 

Morrell, Frederick Parker, eldest son of Frederick Joseph Morrell, Esq., 
21, St. Giles, Oxford, aged 14, April 4. Burrows 

St. John's College, Oxford, B.A. 1861, M.A. 1864. Admitted a Solicitor, 1864. 
Solicitor to the University, 1883. President, Incorporated Law Society, 1893. 
Mayor of Oxford, 1899. Of Black Hall, Oxford. Royal Thames Yacht Club. 

Dowson, Thomas Erasmus Head, eldest son of the late William Head 
Dowson, Graystock, Penrith, aged 14, October 6. Bradley 

Queen's College, Oxford, B.A. 1863, M.A. 1864. J.P. for Cumberland. Of 
Lattendales, Penrith. 

Stevenson, James, eldest son of Mrs. Stevenson, Braidwood, Carluke, 
Lanarkshire, and the late Nathaniel Stevenson, aged 14, 
November 6. Bradley 

Late Captain, 12th Lancers. J.P. for Lanarkshire. Lieutenant-Colonel, com- 
manding 9th Lanark Rifle Volunteers, from 1875. V.D. Of Braidwood, Carluke, 
N.B. Army and Navy Club. 

Colvin, John William, only son of Lieutenant-Colonel John Colvin, 
Leintwardine, Shrewsbury, aged 14, July 30. Evans 

Exhibitioner, 1858. Corpus Christi College, Oxford, B.A. 1862, M.A. 1865. 
Vicar of Leintwardine, Shrewsbury, from 1885. 

Boyd, William, eldest son of the Rev. William Boyd, Arncliffe, Leeds, 
aged 13, October 17. Evans 

An Iron Master at Newcastle-upon-Tyne. J.P. for Northumberland. Of North 
House, Long Benton, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. 

Butter, Frederick John, son of Daniel Rutter, Esq., Hillingdon,Uxbridge, 
aged 14, September 12. Gompton 

Partner in a Brickmaking Firm, 41, Parliament Street, London. Of Parkfield, 
Hillingdon, Uxbridge. 

Rutter, Algernon, son of the above Daniel Rutter, Esq., aged 12, 
September 12. Compton 

Formerly a Solicitor in Gray's Inn, afterwards in business as above. Of 2, 
Cambridge Terrace, Edgware Road, London, W. 

Rutter, Edward, son of the above Daniel Rutter, Esq., aged 11, 
August q . Compton 

In business as above. Some years bowler in the Middlesex Eleven. Of Halli- 
ford, Walton-on-Thames. 

Edwards, Vincent Robert, son of the Rev. Laurence Tucker Edwards, 
Rugby, aged 12, June 12. Town 



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Sidgwick, Edward, third son of John Benon Sidgwick, Esq., Embsay 
Park, Skipton, aged 14, July 21. Town 

Corpus Christ! College, Oxford, B.A. 1861. A Solicitor in London. 

Sidgwick, Arthur, fourth son of Mrs. Sidgwick, Rugby, and the late Rev. 
William Sidgwick, aged 13, April 9. Town 

Exhibitioner 1859. Trinity College, Cambridge, Scholar, 1859. Senior Bell 
Scholar, 1860. Greek Ode, 1861, 1862. Porson Scholar, 1861. Members' Prize- 
man, 1862, 1863, 1864. B.A. Second Classic, 1863, Senior Chancellor's Medallist, 
1863, Fellow, 1864-79. Assistant Master at Rugby, 1864-79. Fellow and Tutor of 
Corpus Christi, College, Oxford, 1882. Of 64, Woodstock Road, Oxford. 

Buszard, Marston Clarke, son of Marston Buszard, Esq., Lutterworth, 
aged 16, July 13. Bradley 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. I860, M.A. 1863, LL.M. 1873. Chancellor's 
Medal for Legal Studies, 1863. Barrister-at-law, Inner Temple, 1862. Q.C. 1877. 
Bencher, 1880. M.P. for Stamford, 1880. Recorder of Derby, 1890. Of 29, 
Porchester Terrace, London. Reform Club. 

Allison, Robert Andrew, son of Mrs. Allison, Mount Eden, Carlisle, and 
the late J. Allison, Esq., aged 15, March 5. Evans 

Exhibitioner 1857. Trinity College, Cambridge. M.P. for the Eskdale Division 
of Cumberland, 1885-1900. J.P. and D.L. Of Scaleby Hall, Carlisle. 

Henvey, Frederick, son of Mrs. Henvey, Rugby, aged 12, June 21. Town 

Exhibitioner 1860. Indian Civil Service, 1861. Resident, Rajputana States. 
Retired 1891. 

G-renfell, Edward Frederick, third son of Mrs. Grenfell, Rugby, and the 
late Algernon Grenfell, Esq., aged 12, December 25. Town 

Exhibitioner 1859. Balliol College, Oxford, 1858. Scholar of Queen's College, 
1859-63, B.A. First Class in Classics, 1863, M.A. 1866. Assistant Master at 
Rugby. Died, 29 December, 1870. 

Macartney Filgate, Townley Patten Hume, second son of George H. 
Macartney. Esq., M.P., Lowther Lodge, Balbriggan, Co. Dublin, 
aged 12, January 11. Bradley 

Late Captain, 18th Hussars, and Scots Greys. Military Secretary to the Governor 
of Bombay, 1867-70. Assumed the additional name of FILGATE, 1862. J.P. for 
Co. Dublin. Of Lowtherstone, Balbriggan, Co. Dublin. Carlton Club. 

Benyon, Th omas Yate, eldest son of Thomas Yate Benyon, Esq., Gledhow 
Hall, Leeds, aged 13, March 18. Bradley 

Late Captain, 5th Dragoon Guards, and 4th Hussars. Died June, 1893. 

Hughes, John Godfrey, son of Mrs. Hughes, Rugby, aged 13, Oct. 7. Town 

Ensign, 22nd Regiment, 1858. Lieutenant, 1861. 

Larcom, Thomas Henry, son of Major Larcom, Ashtown Lodge, Phoenix 
Park, Dublin, aged 11, April 7. Burrows 

Captain, R.N. Served on board the Cambrian in destroying Chinese war junks 
near Hong Kong. Harbour Master at Port Royal, Jamaica, 1876. Died at 
Trinidad, 16 August, 1877. 

Fetherston, Beaumont Thomas, son of John Fetherston, Esq., Rugby, 
aged 13, September 14. Town 

Of Ryton-on-Dunsmore, Coventry, and Napoleon House, King Street, St. 
James', London. 

West, Henry Thomas, son of Mrs. Bourne, Rugby, and the late Rev. 
Thomas Dennett West, aged 13, January 27. Town 

J.P. for Sussex. Captain and Hon. Major, 2nd Volunteer Battalion, Royal 
Sussex Regiment, 1885-91. Of Terry's Cross, Woodmancote, Henfield, Sussex. 



132 Goulburn, 1850-57. 



Whitby, Nettleton Balme, son of Mrs. Whitby, Rugby, aged 15, 
December 9. Town 

Jesus College, Cambridge, 1856. Rector of Finningley, Bawtry, from 1887. 

ENTRANCES IN OCTOBER, 1853. 



Smith, Arthur George, son of 0. Smith, Esq., 19 Russell Square, London, 
aged 13, February 14. Burrows 

Formerly Captain, 6th Dragoon Guards. Won the Grand National on "Game 
Chicken," 1864. Army and Navy Club. 

Freeman. William Thomas, son of Mrs. Freeman, 1 Elborow Street, 
Rugby, aged 13, March 16. Town 

Formerly Lieutenant, 4th King's Own Regiment, 1858. 

Paddon, Henry Wadham Locke, son of the Kev. Thomas Henry Paddon, 
1, Elborow Street, Rugby, aged 13, October 22. Town 

Captain, 7th Fusiliers. Served in the Indian Frontier War, 1863, and present at 
all the operations which resulted in the submission of the Hill Tribes. Medal 
with Clasp. Lieutenant-Colonel, 1881. Of 1, Compton Street, Eastbourne. 

Tyler, Edward Saumarez, son of Mrs. Tyler, Rugby, and the late John 
Chatfield Tyler, aged 15, December 24. Town 

Major, Royal Engineers. Died 11 August, 1875. 

Tyler, Frederick Joseph, fifth son of the above Mrs. Tyler, aged 13, 
May 2. Town 

Oriel College, Oxford, 1859. Died young. 

Lewthwaite, George, third son of John Lewthwaite, Esq., Broadgate, 
Broughton-in-Furness, aged 14, August 29. Evans 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1862. Of Littlebank, Settle, Yorkshire. 

Bosanquet, Cecil, fifth son of Augustus Henry Bosanquet, Esq., South- 
gate, Middlesex, aged 14, December 12. Bradley 

Exeter College, Oxford, B.A. 1863, M.A. 1865. Residing at Bruges, Belgium. 

Harrison, William Sidney, fifth son of Frederick Harrison, Esq., 22, 
Oxford Square, London, aged 13, November 7. Bradley 

Corpus Christi College, Oxford, B.A. 1862. Admitted a Solicitor, 1868. Of 17, 
Queen's Gate Place, S.W., and 19, Bedford Row, W.C. 

ENTRANCES IN FEBRUARY, 1854. 

Barwell, Charles Halhed Arthur, son of Captain Beauchamp, R.N., Hinton 
Lodge, Hurst, Reading, aged 13, May 5. School 

Posnett, Richard Jebb, son of Hutchinson Posnett, Esq., Rose Lodge, 
Belfast, aged 13, April 8. School 

Ensign, 86th Regiment, 1858. Lieutenant, 1860. Captain, 1867. Retired 1868. 

Church, William Thomas, eldest son of William John Church, Esq., 
Circus, Bath, aged 13, February 2. School 

Corpus Christi College, Oxford, 1860. Indian Civil Service, 1862. Magistrate 
and Collector at Dehra Dun, N.W. Provinces, 1885. Retired 1890. East India 
United Service Club. 



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Domvile, Herbert Winnington, son of Mrs. Domvile, Lower Wick, 
Worcester, and the late Henry Barry Domvile, aged 13, 
July 11. School 

In the Admiralty Office, 1858-80. J.P. for Worcestershire and Co. Dublin. 
Major, Worcestershire Militia, 1883-6. Of Loughlinstown House, Co. Dublin. 
High Sheriff, 1901. Carlton Club. 

Sinclair, Edward Alexander, eldest son of the Rev. William Sinclair, 
Bellevue, Leeds, aged 14, March 30. School 

Wadham College, Oxford, 1858. Died 1887. 

Chetwynd, Hon Edward John, son of Viscount Ohetwynd, Exmouth, 
aged 14, November 7. School 

Major, 61st Regiment. Local Commandant, Military Police, Cyprus, 1882-96. 
Died in Cyprus, 6 April, 1896. 

Holmes, George Charles Henry, son of George Holmes, Esq., Branting- 
ham, Brough, Yorkshire, aged 13, July 21. School 

Formerly 67th Regiment. Ensign 1859. 

Huyshe, George Lightfoot, second son of Col. George Huyshe, Dawlish. 
South Devon, aged 14, August 11. School 

Gazetted to the Rifle Brigade, 1856. Captain, 1862. Served throughout the 
Indian Mutiny Campaign. Served on the Staff in the Ashanti War, and died of 
dysentery, 19 December, 1873. 

Pair bank, Robert William, son of Mrs. Fairbank, Rugby, aged 14, 
June 1. Town 

Perkins, Edmund Steele, second son of William Steele Perkins, Esq., 
(O.R. 1814), Sutton Coldfield, aged 15, June 25. Evan* 

Died some years ago. 

Thompson, Edward Maunde, eldest son of Edward Thompson, Esq., 
Clifton, Bristol, aged 13, May 4. Evans 

University College, Oxford, 1859. Chief Librarian of the British Museum, 1888. 
Created K.C.B. May, 1895. D.C.L. and LL.D. Of the Hollies, Brasted, Kent. 
Athenaeum Club. 

Power, William Addison, son of Alfred Power, Esq., 7, Fitzwilliam 
Square, Dublin, aged 14, April 22. Burrows 

Bright, George Charles, fifth son of Richard Bright, Esq., M.D., 11, Savile 
Row, London, aged 13, September 17. Bradley 

Balliol College, Oxford, B.A. First Class Natural Science, 1863, B.Med. 1867, 
D.Med. 1875, F.R.C.P. In practice at Cannes, France, from 1875. Of Chalet 
Magali, Cannes. Athenaeum Club. 

Ker, Edward Stewart, third son of Stewart Ker, Esq., Birkenhead, aged 
14, July 16. Shairp 

Formerly in the 52nd Regiment, 1859-63, afterwards in business in Liverpool. 
Of 6, Devonshire Road, Claughton, Birkenhead. 

Underwood, Thomas Ormsby, third son of William Elphiustone Under- 
wood, Esq., Madras, aged 15, January 18. Town 

22nd Native Infantry, Madras. Major, Madras Staff Corps. 4th Punjab Cavalry, 
1881. Served in several expeditions and actions on the N. W. Frontier. Retired 
as Colonel, 1894. Of Heath Park, Birnam, Perthshire. 

Fairbank, Frederick Royston, son of Mrs. Fairbank, Rugby, aged 13, 
November 30. Town 



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Turner, Arthur Holden, son of the Rev. Arthur Turner, Ladbrook, 
Southam, aged 14, August 3. Bradley 

Formerly Lieutenant, 8th Regiment. Served at the storming of the Forts on 
Beyt Island, and the capture of Dwarka, 1859. 

Thornton. Thomas, elder son of James Thornton, Esq., Harlow, Essex, 
aged 14, February 6. Anstey 

Farming the Caveuham Estate, from 1862. Of Cavenham House, Wereham, 
Stoke Ferry. 

Hodgson, Henry, son of Henry Hodgson, Esq., Bally raine, Arklow, Co. 
Wicklow. aged 13, January 29. Arnold 

Trinity College, Dublin, M.A. J.P. for Galway. Of Currarevagh, Oughterard, 
Co. Galway. 

Home, James Edward, elder son of James Home, Esq., 5 Halkin Terrace, 
Belgrave Square, London, aged 12, February 28. Left June, 
1860. Bradley 

Tiiuity College, Cambridge, Scholar, 1861, B.A. 14th Wrangler, 1864, M.A. 1867. 
Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1868. Of 2, New Square, Lincoln's Inn. 

Prance, Lewis Newcomen, son of Miles Henry Prance, Esq., Downshire 
Hill, Hampstead, aged 14, June 15. Gompton 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1863, M.A. 1866, F.S.A. Assistant Master at 
Haileybury. Rector of Stapleford Tawney, and Theydon Mount, Essex, from 
1872. 

Molesworth, William Robert, son of Mrs. Molesworth, Rugby, and the 
late Captain Anthony Oliver Molesworth, aged 12, Oct. 23. Town 

Lieutenant, Royal Artillery. Died of yellow fever at Bermuda, 15 September, 
1864. 

Hatchell, David Thompson, second son of Mrs. Hatchell, Rugby, and the 
late Christopher Hore Hatchell, aged 14, April 2. Town 

Gazetted to the 2nd Madras European Light Infantry, 1858. Captain, 34th Light 
Infantry, Madras, 1870. Major, Madras Staff Corps, 1X78. Lieutenant-Colonel, 
1884. Colonel, 1888. Colonel Commandant, 21st Madras Infantry, 1888-91. 
Of Woodbury Park Road, Tunbridge Wells. 

Hatchell, Frederick Hore, son of the above Mrs. Hatchell, aged 12, 
March 1. Town 

Of 59, Newcastle Street, Burslem. 

Radford, Frederic, third son of Henry Radford, Esq., Atherstone, 
Warwickshire, aged 14, May 22. Arnold 

Formerly Captain, 1st Royal Dragoons, 1859-74. 

Laurie, Peter George, son of John Laurie, Esq., 1, Hyde Park Place, 
London, aged 16, January 23. Arnold 

A Merchant in China, 1857-76. Author of " Rambles in India, China, etc.," and 
other works. Of Heron Court, Brentwood. 

Haig, Arthur Balfour, son of Robert Haig, Esq., Dundalk, Ireland, 
aged 13, July 10. Burrows 

Lieutenant-Colonel, Royal Engineers. Retired, 1881. Extra Equerry-in- Waiting 
to the late Duke of Edinburgh, 1865-81. C.M.G. Conservative Agent for 
Scotland. Of Bemersyde, Berwickshire. Conservative Central Office, St. 
Stephen's Chambers, Westminster. 



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Bennitt, William Ward, second son of William Bennitt, Esq., Stourton 
Hall, Stourbridge, aged 14, November 24. Burrows 

Colonel, 6th Inniskilling Dragoons, 1887. Commanded the 5th Lancers, 1885. 
Retired, 1889. Served in the Boer War, 1881, and in the Bechuanaland 
Expedition, 1884. J.P. for Bucks. Of Stoke Green House, Slough. Army and 
Navy Club. 

Champain, Frederick de Mornay, son of Colonel Agnew Champain, Box, 
Uhippenham, aged 15, November 10. Burrows 

Died 1857. 

Philipps, Edward Berkeley, son of Major Courtenay Philipps, 36, Dorset 
Square, London, aged 15, February 2. Compton 

Formerly Captain, 86th Regiment, and 6th Inniskilling Dragoons. Lieutenant- 
Colonel and Hon. Colonel, 1st Volunteer Battalion Norfolk Regiment. Was 
also in the 52nd Regiment, and the 15th Hussars. J.P. for Norfolk. Assumed 
the name of M ANSEL in lieu of Philipps. Of Old Catton House, Norwich. 

WMtehead, John Milne, son of George Whitehead, Esq., Bury, Man- 
chester, aged 14, November 21. Evans 
Formerly a Solicitor in Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, W.C. 

Mackintosh, Ronald, son of R. J. Mackintosh, Esq., Antigua, aged 13, 
October 18. Mayor 

HiU, John, eldest son of the Rev. John Hill Citadel, Hawkstone, 
Shrewsbury, aged 13, July 23. Bradley 

University College, Oxford, B.A. 1864. J.P. for Salop. See Sally's Magazine, 
October to December, 1900. Of Marsh Brook House, Church Stretton. 

Wade, Charles Annesley, son of the Rev. Edward Wade, 36, Trinity 
Terrace, Derby, aged 14, April 30. Mayor 

Nockolds, Martin, son of M. Nockolds, Esq., Castle Hill House, Saffron 
Walden, Essex, aged 13, April 17. Shairp 

James, John Charles Horsey, eldest son of the Rev. John James, Avington 
Rectory. Hungerford, aged 13, January 30. Burrows 

Exeter College, Oxford, B.A. 1864. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn. Com- 
missioner of Land Titles, Western Australia, 1875. Died February, 1899. 

Walker, Sherbrooke, son of Mrs. Walker, Aston Lodge, Derby, and the 
late Thomas Walker, aged 14, April 15. Arnold 

Settled as a sheep farmer in New Zealand, where he died, 9 February, 1878. 

Buszard, Frank, second son of Marston Buszard, Esq., Lutter worth, aged 
14, April 1. Bradley 

M.B. London, 1861, M.D. 1865. F.R.C S. 1864, F.R.C.P. 1887. Senior Physician, 
formerly Senior Surgeon, Northampton General Infirmary. 

Campion, John Gadsby, son of the Rev, John William Coventry Campion, 
Westoning, Woburn, aged 13, February 24. Evans 

Caius College, Cambridge, B.A. 1863, M.A. 1866. J.P. for Bedfordshire. Major, 
Bedfordshire Volunteers, 1883-93. Of Westoning Manor, Woburn. 

Scarlett, William James, eldest son of James Williams Scarlett, Totteridge, 
Herts, aged 14, October 19. Bradley 

Formerly Captain, 5th Dragoon Guards. Lieut -Colonel Scottish Division Garrison 
Artillery. Of Gigha, Co. Argyll. Died, 31 July, 1888, 



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Pirie, Francis Logie, second son of Francis Pirie, Esq., 26, Chester Terrace, 
London, aged 13. February 16. Mayor 

Exhibitioner I860. Balliol College, Oxford, First Class Mathemat : cal Moderations, 
1862, B.A. First Class Final Mathematics, 1863, M A. 1872. Of Tottingworth 
Park, Heathfield, Sussex. 

Williams, David Walter, fourth son of John Williams, Esq., 4, Westbourne 
Street, Hyde Park, aged 14, July 15. Burrows 

Lieutenant-General, 26th Madras Native Infantry, 1894. Of Braizeworth, Castle 
Barhill, Baling, W. 

Grant, Richard Tassell Anthony, son of Thomas Tassell Anthony Grant, 
Esq., afterwards K.C.B., 20, Chester Terrace, Regents Park, 
London, aged 15 October 6. Burrows 

J.P. for Hants. Of Staffa, Cowes, Isle of Wight. 

Halkett, George, son of Lady Halkett, 59, Gloucester Place, London, aged 
15, September 4. Evans 

Died, 8 February, 1858. 

Sandham, Willoughby Hamond, son of Lieut.-Col. Henry Sandham, 55, 
Cadogan Place, London, aged 14. April 8. Mayor 

Gazetted to Bombay Artillery, 1857. Captain, Royal Artillery, 1866. Major, 
1877. Served in the Zulu War, 1879. Retired as Colonel, 1890. Died at Hastings, 
19 October, 1899. 

Heathcote, Michael Edensor, son of Mrs. Heathcote, Coburg House, 
Teignmouth, aged 13, November 17. Shairp 

ENTRANCES IN APRIL, 1851 

Webster, Christopher, eldest son of Christopher Maling Webster, Pallion 
Hall, Sunderland, aged 13, June 7. School 

Died, 16 December, 1871. 

Filder, Herbert Wall, son of J. Filder, Esq., The Pages, Bexhill, Sussex, 
aged 14, April 30. School 

Hitchcock, William, son of Walter H. Hitchcock, Esq., Horsham, Sussex, 
aged 14, April 4. Gompton 

Captain, 24th Regiment. Changed his name to DEGACHEK. Served in the Zulu 
War, and was killed at Isandlana, 22 February, 1879. 

Mansell, Waldemar, third son of Alfred Mansell, Esq., Blackheath Park, 
Kent, aged 16, June 21. Bradley 

University College, Oxford, B.A. 1859, M.A. 1863. Assistant Master at 
Marlborough, 1860. Of 28, Saumarez Street, Guernsey, Channel Islands. 

Haines, Richard, eldest son of Job Haines, Esq., Tipton, Staffordshire, 
aged 16, January 18. Left September, 1857. Burrows 

Exeter College, Oxford, B.A. 1860, M.A. 1864. Of Hill House, West Bromwich. 

ENTRANCES IN AUGUST, 1854. 

Gary, Francis Walter, son of Captain William Lucius Cary, Rugby, aged 
13, November 1. Town 

Colonel, 15th Regiment. Died 1898. 

Gibbs, Joseph Games, son of Mrs. Gibbs, Westbury, Wilts, aged 14. 
January 12. School 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1861, M.A. 1866. Vicar of Speenhamland, New- 
bury, 1875-99. Rector of Bast Hendred, Berks, from 1899. 



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Oakeley, Edward Murray, son of the late Rev. Sir Herbert Oakeley, Bart., 
aged 14, May 16. School 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1865. Formerly Assistant Master at Clifton 
College. Of Bycliff, Sandgate, Kent. 

Thompson, Rawdon, son of Colonel William Thompson, Bengal Infantry, 
aged 12, November 17. School 

Kitchener, Francis Elliott, second son of William Cripps Kitchener, Esq., 
Newmarket, Cambridgeshire, aged 15, December 30. Left 
October, 1857. Evans 

Exhibitioner, 1857. Trinity College, Cambridge, B A. 12th Wrangler, and Second 
Class Classical Tripos, 1861, Fellow 1863, M.A 1864. Assistant Master at Rugby, 
1862-74. Headmaster of the High School, Newcastle, Staffs, 1874. J.P. for 
Staffordshire. Of Oulton Old Hall, Stone, Staffordshire. 

Loch, James, son of Thomas Coutts Loch, Esq., Civil Service, Bengal, 
aged 12, November 18. Shairp 

Formerly Captain, Royal Artillery, 1872. 

Martin, Marcus Trevelyan, son of Captain William Martin (O.R. 1820), 
Warsop Rectory, Notts, aged 12, April 29. Evans 

Trinity College, Cambridge, LL.B. 1865, LL.M. 1868. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's 
Inn, 1868. University Eleven, 1862-1864. J.P. for Middlesex. Of 70, Portland 
Place, London, W. 

Parker, Duncan, son of Major Windsor Parker, Clopton Hall, Woolpit, 
Suffolk, aged 15, April 8. Evans 

J.P. for Suffolk. Of Clopton Hall, Bury St. Edmunds. 

Thomas, Charles Whiteman, son of Captain H. L. Thomas, Bryn Elwy, 
St. Asaph. aged 14, February 27. Bradley 

Lieutenant, 21st Hussars. Served in the Indian Mutiny Campaign. Died at 
Simla, 28 June, 1867. 

Stanton, Arthur Henry, third son of Charles Stan ton, Esq., Stroud, 
Gloucestershire, aged 15, June 21. Mayor 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. 1862, M.A. 1865. Curate of St. Alban's, Holborn, 
from 1863. 

Paul, Robert Macleane, third son of the late William Paul, stepson of 
J. Roberts, Esq., Southleigh, Truro, aged 13, November 5 Left 
June, 1859. Bradley 

Exeter College, Oxford, B.A. 1862, M A. 1866. A Solicitor at Truro. Com- 
missioner in the Stannaries Court. Chancellor of the Diocese, 1888. Of Trevrea, 
Truro. Junior Carlton Club. 

Macpherson, John, eldest son of the late Rev Robert Macpherson, Rugby, 
aged 13, January 14. Town Bowden Smith 

St. John's College, Oxford, Scholar 1860, B.A. 1863. Barrister-at-Law, Inner 
Temple, 1865. Practised at Bombay, 1865-1900. New University Club. 

Macpherson, Alexander, second son of the above Rev. Robert Macpherson, 

aged 12, January 28. Town 

Commissioner, Imperial Maritime Customs, China. Died in Paris, January, 1878. 

Mallaby, John Jackson, third son of Joseph Mallaby, Esq., Uttoxeter, 
aged 13, September 21. Burrows 

Exeter College, Oxford, B.A. 1863, M.A. 1866. Incumbent of St. James, 
Brighton, from 1873. 
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138 Goulburn, 1850-57. 



Westby, Edmund Wright, son of Edmund Westby, Esq., 9, Cornwall 
Terrace, Regents Park, London, aged 15, May 19. Evans 

Magdalene College, Cambridge, LL.B. 1862. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 

Ormsby, Henry Magee, only son of the Rev. John Blosset Ormsby, Rugby, 
aged 13, July 9. Town 

Queen's College, Oxford, Scholar, B.A. 1865, M.A. 1870. Assistant Master at 
Rossall School, from 1867. 

Winnall, John Edwin, son of John Winnall, Esq., Hawthorn Borrow, 
Worcestershire, aged 14, November 9. Bowden Smith 

Macturk, William Duncan, son of Dr. Macturk, Bradford, Yorkshire, 
aged 15, December 14. Evans 

Lieutenant-Colonel, retired, 64th Native Infantry, Bengal. 

Franks, Henry Whitmore. second son of John Franks, Esq., Ballyscadan, 
Knocklong, Co. Limerick, aged 14, October 9, Shairp 

Lieutenant-Colonel, retired, 107th Regiment. Died, 6 October, 1895. 

Chase, Fleetwood Denham, twelfth son of Mrs. Chase, Rugby, and the late 
John Woodford Chase, aged 13. July 23. Town 

Oriel College, Oxford, 1859. Of 63, Sheet Street, Windsor. 

Kaye, William, fourth son of William Kaye, Esq., Ampney Park, Ciren- 
cester, aged 16, February 18. Evans 

Indian Civil Service, 1858. Magistrate and Collector N.W. Provinces, 1881. 
Retired 1893. Of Rope Hill, Boldre, Lymington, Hants. 

Brown, John, son of Thomas Brown, Esq., Van Dieman's Land, aged 12, 
January 4. School 

Sturge, Lewis Joseph, son of the late John Sturge, Esq., Boley Hill, 
Rochester, aged 15, August 9. Evans 

Barrister-at-Law, Midland Circuit. Died, 1873. 

Paddon, John Locke, son of the Rev. Thomas Henry Paddon, Rugby, 
aged 12, January 25. Town 

Died at School, 11 December, 1854. 

Paddon, William Francis Locke, second son of the above Rev. Thomas 
Henry Paddon, aged 9, September 21. Town 

Wadham College, Oxford, B.A. 1366. Incumbent of Kilmaine, Co. Mayo, 1878-89. 
Serving in British Columbia from 1889. Of Erin Hall, Victoria, British Columbia. 

Duesbery, James Stuart Thornton, son of William Duesbery, Esq., Skelton 
Hall, York, aged 14, November 5. Mayor 

Died, 19 April, 1895. 

Davenport, John Davies, eldest son of John Marriott Davenport, Esq , 
St. Giles, Oxford, aged 14, July 15. School 

Balliol College, Oxford, First Class, Mathematical Moderations, 1860, B.A. First 
Class Final Mathematics, 1862 Senior Mathematical Scholar, 1863, Johnson 
Mathematical Scholar, 1863, Fellow of Brasenose College, 1864, M.A. 1865 
Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 1866. Secretary to the Governing Body of 
Winchester College. 17, Kensington Gardens, London, W. 



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Gamlen, William Willis, son of Robert Gamlen, Esq., Church Street, 
Stoke Newington, aged 14, August 15. Mayor 

Drowned in New Zealand, 1863. 

Shorting, Charles George Horatio, eldest sou of the Rev. Charles Shorting, 
Stonham Aspal, Suffolk, aged 13. December 13. Bradley 

Exhibition 1859. Corpus Christi College, Oxford, Scholar 1860, First Class 
Classical Moderations, 1861, B.A. New Inn Hall, 1863. Died, 1897. 

Moultrie, George Edward, sou of Mrs. Moultrie, Rugby, and the late 
Rev. John Moultrie, aged 11, May 29. Town 

Joined the Indian Navy. Was in the Bank of Bengal after the Navy was broken 
up in 1862. Lost in the Persia during the great cyclone of 1864. 

Starkey, Edward Charles, second son of Mrs. Starkey, and the late 
Thomas Starkey, Charlton House, Cheltenham, aged 13, 
November 25. Gompton 

Formerly Captain, 13th Hussars. Of Tang Hall, York. Army and Navy Club. 

Bowdeil-Smith, William, son of Nathaniel Bowden- Smith, Esq., Broeken- 
hurst, Hants, aged 14, December 27. B. Smith 

Settled in Ceylon, 1858. Died suddenly, at Brockenhurst, October, 1898. 

Bowden-Smith, Frederick Herman, fifth son of the above Nathaniel 
Bowden-^mith, Esq. aged 13, April 21. B. Smith 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. 1863, M.A. 1867. University Eleven. Rector of 
Weston Patrick, 1881-9, and of Highclere, Hants, 1889-95. Of Carey's, Brocken- 
hurst, Lymington, Hants. 

Lee- Warner, Henry, second son of the Rev. Henry James Lee-Warner, 
(O.R. 1814), Walsingham, Norfolk, aged 12, January 3. School 

Exhibitioner, 1860. St. John's College, Cambridge, Scholar, 1860. Prizeman for 
Latin Verse and Greek Epigram, 1861, B.A , llth in First Class Classical Tripos, 
1864, Bachelor's Member's Prize, and Fellow, 1865, M.A. 1867. Assistant 
Master at Rugby, 1864-85. J.P. for Norfolk. Of The Paddocks, S waff ham. 

Adams, Henry Cokayne, eldest son of the Rev. George Adams, Rugby, 
aged 14, March 5. Town 

Oriel College, Oxford, B.A. 1862. Resided at Christchurch, New Zealand, 
where he died, 10 September, 1901. 

RavenMll, Charles Prescott, sixth son of John Ravenhill, Esq., Ashton, 
Heytesbury. Wilts, aged 14 March 28. B. Smith 

A Coffee Planter in Ceylon, 1864-65. Returned in ill-health, 1865. Of Glaniskir, 
Aberyskir, Brecon, 1902. 

Harte, Richard, son of Mrs. Harte, 9, Pembroke Place, Dublin, aged 14, 
May 17. Burrows 

Wareing, Henry Barton, son of Robert Wareing, Esq., Ormskirk, 
Lancashire, aged 14, October 27 Evans 

Formerly a Solicitor at Ormskirk and Southport. 

ENTRANCES IN OCTOBER, 1854, 

Sloane-Stanley, Frederick, eldest son of the Rev. George Sloane-Stanley, 
Branstone, Grantham, Lincolnshire, aged 14, Feb. 14. Compton 

Private Secretary to the 6th and 7th Dukes of Rutland, from 1879. Contribute 
to the " History of the Belvoir Hunt." Address, Belvoir Castle, Grantham 
Junior Carlton Club. 



140 Ooulburn, 1850-57. 



WMpham, Thomas Tillyer, eldest son of Thomas Henry Whipham, Esq., 
Strand House, Chiswick, aged 15, April 6. Bradley 

Oriel College, Oxford, B.A. 1861, M.A. 1864, B.Med. 1866, D.Med. 1885. Practising 
in London. 

Fenwick, George Anthony, eldest son of George Fen wick, Esq., Low 
Gosforth, Newcastle-on-Tyne, aged 13, October 26. Bradley 

Formerly Captain, Northumberland Hussars. Partner in a Banking firm at 
Newcastle. Of the Croft, Hillmorton, Rugby. 

Hopkins, Henry Gordon, fifth son of John Oastell Hopkins, Esq., 
Greenlaw, Berwick, aged 15, September 7. Bradley 

Corpus Christi College, Oxford, B.A. 1862, M.A. 1864. University Eight, 1861. 
Vicar of Clifton, York, 1876-94. Rector of Hampreston, Dorset, 1895-98. Vicar of 
Ham, Ashbourne, from 1900. 

Starkey, John Frederick, second son of John Starkey, Esq , Spring Wood 
House, Huddersfield, aged 15, April 11. Gompton 

J.P. and D L. for Oxfordshire. High Sheriff, 1899. Lieutenant, Hon. Captain, 
Warwickshire Yeomanry, 1868-88. Of Bodicote House, Banbury. 

ENTRANCES IN FEBRUARY, 1855. 

Kenney, Arthur Robert, son of the Rev. Arthur Robert Kenney, Rector 
of Bourton, Rugby, aged 14, August 17. Town 

Gained a Commission given to the School by Lord Stanley, 1859. Formerly 
Colonel, Madras Cavalry, and Military Secretary to the Governor of Madras. 
Assumed the additional name of HERBERT, 1875. Of 62, Overstrand Mansions, 
Battersea Park. 

Langtry, Robert, son of Richard Langtry, Esq., Fort William, Belfast, 
aged 15, June 24. School 

Ensign, 14th Foot, 1858. Lieutenant, 1862. Served in the New Zealand War, 
1863-5. Retired 1866. 

Norton, Alfred, son of A.*Norton, Esq., Stratford House, Manchester, 
aged 15, May 15. School 

Dobson, Graham Bowles, son of Captain Dobson, R.N., Avon Hill, Midford, 
Bath, aged 13, September 26. School 

Ensign 37th Regiment, 1863. Lieutenant 1865. Captain 1868. 

Poole, Arthur Ruscombe, eldest son of Gabriel Stone Poole, Esq., Bridg- 
water, aged 14, April 18. School 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. 1863, M.A. 1866. University Eight, 1863. Barrister- 
at-Law, Inner Temple, 1865. Bencher, 1894. Special Pleader, Western Circuit. 
Recorder of Bristol. Died, 22 May, 1897. 

Lee, Lee Percyvale, eldest son of Mrs. Lee, Versailles, and the late Rev. 
Nicholas Lee, aged 15, July 16. School 

Died at home, July, 1858. 

Walker, James Douglas, eldest son of James Ouchterlony Walker, Esq., 
Blairton, Aberdeen, aged 13, March 4. School 

University College, Oxford, B A. 1865, M.A. 1868. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's 
Inn, 1866. Bencher, 1887. Special Pleader, Western Circuit. Q.C. 1891. Of 
Blairton, Belhelvie, Aberdeen, and 20, Queen's Gate Gardens, S.W. 

Nicholetts. Henry, son of John Nicholetts, Esq., South Petherton. 
Somerset, aged 14, July 31. School 

Killed in Borneo. 



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Thompson, William, son of Richard Thompson, Esq., Stamford, Lincoln- 
shire, aged 16, December 10. Arnold 
Formerly a Solicitor at Stamford. 

Battiscombe, Walter Ernest 8ax, son of the Rev. Richard Battiscombe, 
Hactons, Romford, Essex, aged 14, February 7. B. Smith 

Formerly Deputy Commissary, Transport Department. J.P. for Co. Radnor. 
Of Woodlands, Glasbury, Radnorshire. 

Dendy, Arthur, eldest son of the Rev. Samuel Dendy, Ockley, Dorking, 
aged 14, Dec. 9. B. Smith. 

Balliol College, Oxford, First Class in Moderations, 1861, First Class in Law and 
Modern History, 1863, B.A., Vinerian Scholar, 1864, B.C.L., 1866. Fellow of 
University College, 1873. Died, 5 January, 1900. 

Dakyns, Bury Irwin, third son of Thomas Henry Dakyns, Esq., Rugby, 
aged 12, April 2. Town 

Of Oswestry, Shropshire. 

Prinsep, Charles John, son of C. R. Prinsep, Esq., Judge Advocate 
General, Calcutta, aged 13, Feb. 13. Evans 

Sometime Lieutenant, 1st European Light Cavalry, Afterwards in the 19th 
Hussars, 1858-1876. 

Pawcett, Rowland Hill, eldest son of Edward Gordon Fawcett, Esq., Civil 
Service, Bombay, aged 14, May 25. Burrows 

Gazetted to the 33rd Duke of Wellington's Regiment, Ensign, 1858, Lieutenant, 
1861, Captain, 1867, Passed Staff College. Served in the Abyssinian War, 1867-8, 
and present at the Storming of Magdala. Brevet and Major, 1880. Retired with 
rank of Lieutenant-Colonel, 1881. Of St. Mary's Grange, Alderbury, Salisbury. 
Army and Navy Club. 

Billintou, Arthur, son of William Billinton, Esq., Wakefield, Yorkshire, 
aged 14, August 21. Shairp 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1865. Of 1, Carnaby Street, Leeds. 

Brown, Samuel ti tain ton, eldest son of Samuel William Brown, Esq. 
Lewisham, Kent, aged 13, April 5th. Mayor 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A., First Class Natural Science, 1864, M.A., 1868. 
F.R.C.S. Died at Lewisham, 12 June, 1876. 

Dineley, George Giffard, only son of the late Rev. Francis Dineley, 
Pershore, aged 15, November 2nd. Evans 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A., 1861. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 1866- 
Chancery Bar. Of 8, Stone Buildings, Lincoln's Inn. 

O'Brien, Edward Pennefather, son of the Lord Bishop of Ossery and Ferns, 
Palace, Kilkenny, aged 15, April 27. B. Smith 

Trinity College, Dublin, R A. 1861. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1865. South 
Wales Circuit. 

Law, Michael, second son of Michael Law, Esq , 8, Great Denmark Street, 
Dublin, aged 14, April 2. B. Smith 

Trinity College, Dublin, B.A. and LL.D. Barrister-at-Law, Gray's Inn, 
Judge of International La\ 
Boveva House, Mansourah 



Judge of International Law, Egypt, since 1877. Judge at Mansourah, 1902. Of 

" , Egypt. 



Wallace, Nesbit Willoughby, son of Mrs. Wallace, Clifton, Bristol, and 
the late Charles Hill Wallace, aged 15, April 20. Bradley 

Gazetted to the 76th Regiment, 1857, afterwards in the 60th Rifles. Retired as 
Lieutenant-Colonel, 1886. Served in the Red River Expedition, 1870. Medal. 
J.P. for Hants. Appointed Colonel, commanding " King's Colonials," 1901. 
Army and Navy Club. 



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Carey, Ernest Adolphus, son of Sausmarez Carey, Esq., Grange Road, 
Guernsey, aged 15, June 23. Bradley 

Lieutenant-Colonel, 22nd Regiment. Retired 1885. 

Clarke, Walrond Whitter, son of the late T. E. Clarke, Esq., Crediton, 
Devon, aged 15, August 21. Shairp 

Emmanuel College, Cambridge, B.A. 1862, M.A. 1865. Rector of Clayhidon, 
Wellington, Somerset, from 1870. 

Muir, William James Wemyss, son of William Muir, Esq., afterwards 
K.C.S.I. Agra, aged 14, Oct. 24. Evans 

Colonel, Bengal Staff Corps. Political Agent at Harowtee and Tonk, 1881. Care 
of Coutts and Co., 59, Strand, London, W.C. 

Crowfoot, John Henchman, second son of William Edward Crowfoot, Esq., 
Beccles, Suffolk, aged 13, October 16. Arnold 

Exhibitioner, 1860. Trinity College, Oxford, Scholar, 1861, First Class, Classical 
Moderations, 1862, B A , First Class Final Classics, 1864, Fellow of Jesus College, 
1866-73, M.A , 1867. S.P.G. Missionary in India, 1867-71. Canon and Chancellor 
of Lincoln, 1898. Of the Sub-Deanery, Lincoln. 

Mason, Frederick Latour, third son of Richard Mason, Esq., Lincoln, 
aged 14, February 18. Arnold 

Corpus Christi College, Oxford. B.A. 1862. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 
1865. Of 2, New Square, Lincoln's Inn, and 15, Arlington Street, W. 

Berrie, Robert, son of R. Berrie, Esq., 6, Inverness Terrace, London, 
aged 15, June 18. Arnold 

Master, Gilbert Coventry, second son of the Rev. James Streynsham 
Master, Chorley, Lancashire aged 15, July 3. Evans 

Exeter College, Oxford, B.A. 18(52, M.A. 1865. Vicar of Thornham, Maidstone, 
1880-8. Of Spring Vale, Lansdowne Road, Bournemouth. 

Poole, Robert Burton, eldest son of William Savage Poole, Esq., 
Kenil worth, aged 14, August 8. Bradley 

University College, Oxford, B.A. 1862, M.A. 1867, B.D. 1880, D.D. 1886. 
Assistant Master at Clifton College. Headmaster of Harpur Foundation Modern 
School, Bedford, 1877-1900. Hon. Canon of Ely Cathedral, 1900. Rector of 
Beckley, Sussex, from 1900. 

Ellis, Edmund Henry, eldest son of George Henry Ellis, Esq , Park Hill, 
Clapham, aged 13, February 17. Burrows 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1864. Assumed the additional name of DANVERS, 1897. 
Of 29, Cranleigh Gardens, South Kensington, and Volvens, Ockley, Surrey. 

Richards, George Henry, son of Francis Richards, Esq., Gardiner, Maine, 
U.S.A., aged 16, June 14. B Smith 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1862, M.A. 1866, University Eight, 1861 and 
1862. President, C.U.B.C.. 1862. Barrister-at-Law, Massachusetts, 1865, and 
U.S. Circuit Courts, 1866.' Sailed the winning yachts in the America Cup 
Races, 1885, 1886, and 1887. Of Sears Buildings, Boston, U.S.A., 1902. 

Sandars, William (Jollett, fourth son of Samuel Sandars, Esq., Hemel 
Hempstead, aged 14, October 8. Bradley 

Sometime in the Army. Invalided. Non-Collegiate, Oxford, 1870. Taylorian 
Exhibition in Modern Languages, 1871. An Army Tutor, 1872. Died 1881. 

Mai 11 War ing, Randolph, eighth son of Captain Rowland Mainwaring. R.N., 
Whitmore, Staffordshire, aged 15, July 26. Bradley 

University College, Oxford, B.A. 1862. Formerly in the Education Office, 
Christchurch, New Zealand, 1869. Residing at Malvern, 1902. 



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Howard, Alfred Gordon, son of Alfred Howard, Esq., 3, Wesbbourne 
Crescent, London, aged 14, May 24. Shairp 

Formerly Lieutenant, 68th Regiment. Served in the New Zealand War, 1864. 

Dakyns, Charles Stuart, fourth son of Thomas Henry Dakyns, Esq., 
Rugby, aged 11, January 8. Toivn 

King's College, London. Barrister-at-Law, Middle Temple, 1869. Settled in 
America. Of Portland, Oregon, U.S.A. 

Moultrie, Cecil Bligh, son of Mrs. Moultrie, Rugby, aged 10, Oct. 3. Town 

In the Bank of Bengal. Killed by a fall from his horse at Nagpore, 1866. 

ENTRANCES IN APRIL, 1855. 

Beachcroft, Francis Porten, eldest son of Samuel Beachcroft, Esq., 
Putney, Surrey, aged 13, May 7. School 

Exhibitioner 1860. Exeter College, Oxford, Scholar 1860, First Class, Classical 
Moderations, 1862, B.A. 1864. Indian Civil Service, 1864. Barrister-at-Law, 
Lincoln's Inn, 1871. DivisionalJudge, Sialcoot, 1884. Retired 1891. Of Shelton, 
Sydenham Hill. 

Porch, Reginald, third son of T. Porch Porch, Esq., Edgarley, Glaston- 
bury, aged 16, November 30. School 

Trinity College, Cambridge, LL.B. 1862, LL.M. 1866. Indian Civil Service, 1861. 
Magistrate and Collector at Malda, 1881. Died of fever at Poonah, 1886. 

Cross, John Walter, son of William Cross, Esq., St. Michael's Mount, 
Aigburth, Liverpool, aged 15, March 12. Shairp 

Married " George Eliot." Of 4, Percy Villas, Campden Hill, London. 

Hopkinson, George Henry, son of Charles Uopkinsoii, Esq., 3, Regent 
Street, London, aged 12, November 12. Evans 

A Banker in London. Of 3, Kegent Street. 

Tennant, Augustus Eatwell, son of Sir James Tennant, Knt, Peterhoff. 
Simla, aged 13, November 19. Arnold 

Residing at Christchurch, New Zealand. 

Marshall, Victor Alexander Ernest, eldest son of James Garth Marshall, 
Esq., Headingley House, Leeds, aged 13, November 6. Arnold 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1864, J.P. for Lancashire. Of Coniston Park, 
Coniston, Lancashire. 

ENTRANCES IN AUGUST, 1855. 

Tew, Arthur William, son of Mr. W. Tew, Rugby, aged 13, June 6. Town 
Mason, William, son of Mr. W. Mason, Rugby, aged 11, October 2. Town 

Formerly Assistant Writing Master in Rugby School. Of Albert Street, Rugby. 

Parnell, William, son of Mr. John Parnell, Kugby, aged 11, Sept. 12. Town 
Formerly an Estate Agent. Of Tollington Park, London. 

Parnell, John, son of the above Mr. John Parnell, aged 9, Sept. 22. Town 

Of Rainsbrook, Barby Road, Rugby. 

Napier, Frederick, son of James Napier, Esq , care of Edward Johnston 
and Co., Liverpool, aged 15, July 1. School 

Sometime a Merchant in Liverpool and New York. Of 147, Gloucester Road 
London. Union Club. 



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Perkins, Alfred Thrale, son of A. Perkins, Esq., Taynish House, Loch- 
gilphead, Argyllshire, aged 12, May 19. School 

Formerly Captain, 21st Regiment. J.P. for Somerset. Lieutenant-Colonel, and 
Hon. Colonel, 3rd Battalion Welsh Regiment, 1895. In command of his Battalion 
serving in South Africa, 1902. C.B. 26 June, 1902. Of Eastcourt, Wells, 
Somerset 

Morgan-Payler, Frederick Payler, eldest son of the Rev. Frederick 
Morgan Payler, (O.R. 1816), Willey Rectory, Lutterworth, aged 
14, June 24. Bradley 

Brasenose College, Oxford, B.A. 1866, M.A. 1869. Curate of Marton, 1875-76. 
Died about 1895. 

Cookesley, Thomas Hugo, second son of the Rev. Henry Parker Cookesley, 
Wimborne Minster, Dorset, aged 13, October 24. Evans 

Exeter College, Oxford, 1860. 

Davies, Richard Henry, son of Richard Davies, Esq., Madeira, aged 15, 
May 11. Evans 

A Wine-shipper at Jerezdela Frontera, Spain, where he died. 

Annitage, Joseph Armitage, son of George Armitage, Esq , Milnsbridge, 
tiuddersfield, aged 14, September 23. Evans 

Formerly Lieutenant, 2nd West Yorkshire Yeomanry. Of Milnsbridge, J.P. 
Died, 1898. 

Jesse, John Disney, son of Captain William Jesse, Maisonette. Ingatestone, 
Essex, aged 14, August 3. Bradley 

Hamilton, James, son of William Hamilton, Esq.,Minard Castle, In verary, 
aged 14, October 6. Evans 

Trinity College, Cambridge, 1860. Died at College. 

Cope, Thomas, eldest son of Thomas Cope, Esq., Osbaston Hall, Hinckley, 
Leicestershire, aged 15, August 22. Evans 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1863, M.A. 1866. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's 
Inn, 1806. J.P. for Leicestershire. Of Osbaston Hall, Nuneaton. 

Maclean, Allan, second son of Captain William Maclean, R.N., Lazonby 
Hall, Penrith. aged 14, April 28. Shairp 

Colonel, 1st Royal Dragoons. Retired. Of Brook House, Bracknell. Army and 
Navy Club. 

Anstey, Thomas Henry, son of G. A. Anstey, Esq., Wiesbaden, aged 13, 
September 23. Bradley 

Colonel, retired, Royal Engineers. Served in the Zulu War, 1879. Present at 
Ulundi. Medal and Clasp. Junior United Service Club. 

Joynson, Edward Walter, son of William Joynson, Esq., Sale Moor, 
Cheshire, aged 13, December 21. Bradley 

J.P. for Cheshire. Of Dunham House, Altrincham. 

Sykes, Arthur Henry, fifth son of Richard Sykes, Esq., Edgeley, Cheshire, 
aged 14, January 10. Shairp 

J. P. for Cheshire and Salop. Of Lydham Manor, Bishops Castle, Salop. 

Cramer-Roberts, Francis Alexander Randal, fourth son of Lieut.-Colonel 
John Cramer-Roberts, Phoenix Park, Dublin, aged 14, 
December 3. Evans 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A., 1862, M.A., 1868, D.D , 1878. BISHOP OF 
CHRISTCHURCH, Nassau, Bahamas, 1878-85. Vicar of Blackburn, 1887. Died, 
9 February, 1901. 



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Walker, Gerald, son of James Walker, Esq., afterwards Baronet. (O.K. 
1816), Sandhutton, York, aged 13, September 14. Bradley 

Formerly Captain, 15th Hussars. J.P. for North Riding. Of Hill House, 
Richmond, Yorkshire. Army and Navy Club. 

Abraham, Robert James, son of T. R. Abraham, Esq., Swiss Cottage, 
Herne Hill, Surrey, aged 14. November 1. Mayor 

Everett, Albert Nelson, son of J. Everett, Esq., Green Hill, Heytesbury, 
Wilts, aged 15. February 27. B. Smith 

Formerly a Solicitor at Shaftesbury. Died, 1894. 

Thompson, William Henry, son of Mrs. Thompson, Clapham, aged 14, 
September 26. Bradley 

Caius College, Cambridge, B.A. Bracketed 23rd Wrangler, 1863, M.A., 1869. 
Late Indian Civil Service. 

Stevenson, Nathaniel, second son of Mrs. Stevenson Braidwood House, 
Carluke, and the late Nathaniel Stevenson, aged 15, April 15 

Shairp 

Gazetted, Ensign. Royal Scots, 1858. Lieutenant Royal Irish Fusiliers, 1863. 
Captain, 1866. Major, 1870. Lieutenant-Colonel, 1871. Colonel, 1876 Major- 
General, 1886. Lieutenant-General, 1892. General, 1892. General, 1898. Com- 
manding Cork District, 1886-9. Lieutenant-Governor and Commanding Troops, 
Guernsey and Alderney District, 1894-99. Of 23, Basil Mansions, Knightsbridee 
United Service Club. 

Linton, Sydney, third son of the Rev. Henry Linton, (O.R., 1815) Hunt- 
ingdon, aged 14, July 2 Bradley 

Wadham College, Oxford, B.A. 1864, M.A. 1870, D.D. 1884. University Eleven, 
1861. Vicar of St. Philips, Heigham, Norwich. BISHOP OF RIVEBINA, Australia 
1883. Died, 15 May, 1894. 

Were, Francis, son of Mrs. Were, Clifton, Bristol, and the late Thomas 
Bonville Were, aged 14, March 19. Arnold 

Of Petersfield, Hants. 

Sankey, Richard John, son of John Sankey, Esq., Talbot Lodge, Stillorgan, 
Ireland, aged 15, February 19. Arnold 

Trinity College, Cambridge. Gazetted to the 5th Dragoon Guards, 1863 Captain 
1871. Retired, 1879. Of 51, Augusta Gardens, Folkestone. Naval and Military 
Club. 

Blackett, Henry Wise Ridley, son of Sir Edward Blackett, Bart., Matfen 
Hall, Newcastle-on-Tyne, aged 13, June 24. Evans 

Formerly Major, 19th Hussars. Lieutenant-Colonel, retired, 1884. Armv and 
Navy Club. 

Ellis, Hubert Dynes, son of B. Ellis, Esq., Bow, London, aged 14, Nov. 5. 

B. Smith 
Of Argyle House, Church Road, Upper Norwood. 

Pope, George Henry, eldest son of George Pope, Esq., Stoke Lodge, 
Bristol, aged 15, December 29. Mayor 

Wadham College, Oxford, B.A. First Class in Law and Modern History, 1862 
M.A. 1865, B.C L. 1870. Assistant Master at Haileybury, 1871. Treasurer to the 
Merchant Adventurers, Bristol, since 1876. J.P. and D.L. for Gloucestershire 
Of The Manor House, Clifton, Bristol. 

Medley, Gerald Morse, son of Francis William Medley, Esq., Down Place, 
Guildford, aged 14, February 7. Left December, 1858. Evans 

Formerly in business in Liverpool. Of Christchurch Road, Birkenhead. 

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Elliott, William Robert, son of W. E. Elliott, Esq., Plymouth, aged 14, 
June 2. B. Smith 

Power, Henry Alfred, son of Henry Power, Esq., Chapel House, Ather- 
stone, Warwickshire, aged 14, January 16. Burrows 

Whiting, Clifton, son of Francis Whiting, Esq., 2, Mecklenburgh Square, 
London, aged 14, August 1. Mayor 

A Stockbroker in London. Of Twickenham Park, London, S.W. 

Anstey, Arthur Newland, son of G. A. Anstey, Esq., Wiesbaden, aged 15, 
December 18. Bradley 

Cope, Samuel William, second son of Thomas Cope, Esq., Osbaston Hall, 
Hinckley, aged 13, April 16. Evans 

Exhibitioner 1861. St. John's College, Cambridge, Scholar 1861, B.A. 1865, M.A. 
1868. Perpetual Curate of Bramley, Leeds, from 1874. 

Nash, Arthur Woodham, eldest son of Frederick Woodham Nash, Esq., 
Sion House, Bishop's Stortford, aged 14, May 21. Compton 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. Senior Optime, 1864, M.A., 1867. Of The 
Manse, Bishops Stortford. 

Billington, William James Fell, son of Mr. William Billington, Rugby, 
aged 11, July 1. Town 

West, Arthur Nugent, son of Mrs. West, Rugby, and the late Rev. T. D. 
West, Vicar of Rushmere, aged 9, December 29. Town 

Pembroke College, Cambridge, B.A. 1871, M.A. 1874. Sometime Curate of 
Buckingham. Died while in charge of the Universities Mission at Zanzibar, 25 
December, 1374. 

Edwards, Jeffery, only son of Thomas Edwards, Esq., Riverford, Totnes, 
Devon, aged 14, November 22nd. Evans 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1864. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 1869. 
Of Firscroft, Fleet, Hants. 

Holden, Edward Bradshaw, son of J. Holden, Esq., 93, Shaw Street, 
Everton, Liverpool, aged 16, January 11. B. Smith 

Campbell, Lome Augustus, son of James Archibald Campbell, Esq. (O.R., 
1822), Ruerby, aged 13, July 2. Town 

Trinity College, Cambridge. Indian Civil Service, 1S63. Under-Secretary to 
Government Revenue Department, 1881. Died at Lausanne, 14 June, 1893. 

ENTRANCES IN OCTOBER, 1855. 

Webb, Allan Becher, eldest son of Allan Webb, Esq., M.D., Calcutta, aged 
16, October 6. School 

Corpus Christi College, Oxford, Scholar, 1859. First Class Classical Moderations 
1860, B.A. 1862, Fellow of University Colleg-, 1863, M.A. 1864, D.D. 1871. Rector 
of Avon Dassett, Leamington, 1867. BISHOP OF BLOEMFONTEIN, South Africa, 
1870. BISHOP OF GRAHAMSTOWN, South Africa, 1883-7. Provost of Moray 
Ross, and Caithness, 1897. Dean of Salisbury, 1901. 

Trotman, Charles Bare, sixth son of the ftev. Fiennes Samuel Trotman, 
(O.R. 1807), Dallington Yicarage, Northampton, aged 14, Jan. 9. 

School 

Captain, Madras Infantry. Police Department. Died at Madras, 16 August, 1875. 



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Hosack, William James Reid, eldest son of Hon. William Hosack, Jamaica 
aged 15, October 31. School 

Wadham College, Oxford, B.A. 1863, Barrister-at-Law, Middle Temple, 1866. 
Of Woodstock, Jamaica. 

Isherwood, John Henry Bradshaw, eldest son of Thomas Bradshaw Isher- 
wood, Marple Hall, Stockport, Cheshire, aged 14, August 27. 

B. Smith 

Formerly Lieutenant, 84th Regiment. J.P. for Cheshire. Of Marple Hall, 
Stockport, and Bowland, Southsea. 

Goodall, Liebert Edward, second son of the Rev. James Joseph Goodall, 
Bromham Vicarage, Bedford, aged 13, August 22. Compton 

Formerly Captain, 59th Regiment. Major and Hon. Lieutenant-Colonel, Royal 
North Gloucestershire Militia, 1886. J.P. and D.L. for Bucks. Of Dinton Hall, 
Aylesbury. Carlton Club. 

Beaven, Horace Charles, son of Henry William Beaven, Esq., 13, Blandford 
Square, London, aged 13, April 25. Bradley 

Articled to a Solicitor in London, but soon after joined the Royal Artillery and 
went to India. Died of sunstroke at Mhow, 29 October, 1871. 

Jones, Walter David, son of David Jones, Esq., Harborne House, Harborne, 
Birmingham, aged 12, March 13. Burrows 

Staniland, Robert William, son of Meaburn Staniland, Esq., Boston, 
Lincolnshire, aged 12, May 9. Mayor 

A Solicitor at Boston. Registrar of County Courts, District Registrar of High 
Court of Justice, and Town Clerk. Of Boston, Lincolnshire. 

ENTRANCES IN FEBRUARY, 1856. 

Saimders, Arthur Augustus, son of John James Saunders, Esq., 47, 
Bryanston Square, London, aged 13, August 8. School 

Colonel, Royal Artillery. Retired 1899. Instructor, School of Gunnery, 1880-85. 
Army and Navy Club. 

, John Rayner, son of J. M. Fogg, Esq., Rugby, aged 12, Sept. 17. Town 
In the Civil Service. Died 1874. 

Lawrence, Frank Thomas, son o David Lawrence, Esq., Rugby, aged 12, 
July 28. Town 

London University, 1871. Assistant Master at Wellington College, and at Rugby, 
1871. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 1881. Of 6, Pump Court, Temple, 
London, E.G. 

Lee, Edward Dyke, second son of Mrs. Lee, Versailles, and the late Rev. 
Nicholas Lee, aged 13, September 16. School 

Christ Church, Oxford, B.A. 1866. J.P. for Bucks. Lieut.-Colonel, Hon. 
Colonel, Militia Battalion Oxfordshire Light Infantry, 1886-97. Of Hartwell 
House, Aylesbury. Carlton Club. 

Leach, Richard Howell Walker, son of Richard Howell Leach, Esq., 
(O.R. 1825), Oak Hill, Hampstead, aged 15, November 30. Evan* 
A Solicitor. One of the Registrars of the High Court of Justice, 1885. 

Farkes, William Henry, son of the Rev. William Joseph Parkes, Hilgay 
Rectory, Norfolk, aged 11, December 28. Left June, 1863. School 

Trinity College, Cambridge. Died November, 1867. 



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Davenport, Thomas Marriott, second son of John Marriott Davenport, 
Esq., St. Giles', Oxford, aged 14, December 5. School 

Pembroke College, Oxford, B.A. 1864, M.A. 1867. A Solicitor at Oxford, and 
Clerk of the Peace. Registrar of the Probate Court and Diocese, Oxford. Of 
Headington Hill, Oxford. 

Stannton, William Charlton, third son of Mrs. Staunton, Newport, 
Lincoln, and the late William Job Oharlton Staunton, aged 15, 
November 21. School 

Hippisley, Clare Robert, third son of John Hippisley, Esq., (O.R. 1815), 
Ston Easton, Bath, aged 13, July 2. School 

Ash, Edward Philip, eldest son of Mrs. Ash, Rugby, and the late Rev. 
Edward John Ash, aged 13, December 25. Town 

Caius College, Cambridge, B.A. 1865, M.A. 1868. University Eleven, 1865. 
Assistant Master at Haileybury, 1865. Master of the Modern Side, from 1876. 

Hopkinson, William, son of Mrs. Hopkinson, Belton, Uppingham, aged 
15, June 9. Arnold 

Exhibitioner, 1861. Clare College, Cambridge, B.A. 1863, M.A. 1870. Vicar of 
Sutton, Northants, from 1891. Of Sutton Grange, Wansford. 

Holroyd, George Sowley, son of H. Holroyd, Esq., Chowringhee Road, 
Calcutta, aged 14, December 23. Mayor 

Captain, 73rd Regiment. Died, 1870. 

Lee, Frederick, fifth son of Henry Leo, Ksq., Balham, Surrey, aged 15, 
August 11. Left, October, 1859. ' Mayor 

St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1863, M.A. 1867. Barrister-at-Law, Inner 
Temple, 1865. University Eleven, 1860. Of Frogmore, Leighanv Court Road, 
Streatham. New University Club. 

Kennaway, Charles William, son of Sir John Kennaway, Bart., Escot 
House, Devon, aged 12, April 6. Mayor 

Gazetted to Royal Artillery, 1864. Captain, 1877. Major, 1884. Lieutenant- 
Colonel, 1891. Retired, 1892. Of Greenlaw, Castle Douglas. Junior United 
Service Club. 

Buller, Ernest Wentworth, third son of James Wentworth Buller, Esq., 
Downes, Crediton, aged 14, October 23. ' . Bradley 

Formerly Lieutenant, Royal Artillery, 1863. 

Hodgson, Francis Greaves, second son of the late Francis Roger Hodgson, 
Esq., Manchester, aged 15. September 8. Bradley 

Exeter College, Oxford, B.A, 1864, M.A. 1866. Rector of Aldwincle, Thrapstone, 
from 1891. Hon. Canon of Peterborough, 1900. 

Thomlinson, Grant, son of Mrs. Thomlinson, the Hill, Carlisle, aged 14, 
December 19. Bradley 

Ensign, 92nd Highlanders, 1859, Lieutenant, 1861. Died 1875. 

Davis, Arthur Henry, son of John Davis, Esq., Cranbrooke Park, Ilford, 
Essex, aged 15, October 6. Bradley 

Stanning, John, son of John Stanning, Esq., Halliwell, Bolton, Lancashire, 
aged 15, May 9. Evans 

Exhibitioner, 1859. Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1864, M.A. 1867 University 
Eight, 1863. In business. J. P. for Lancashire. Of Broadfield, Leyland, Preston. 



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Wells, Eudo George Gresham, only son of Sir Mordaunt Lanson Wells, 
Serjeant-at-Law, aged 15, August 11. Evans 

Merton College, Oxford, B.A. 1865, M.A. 1867. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 
1876. Oxford Circuit. 

Boyd, Charles Twining, second son of the Rev. William Boyd, Arncliffe, 
Skipton, Yorkshire, aged 13, February 19. Evans 

University College, Oxford, H.A. 1865, M.A. 1868. Government Chaplain at 
Colombo, Ceylon, 1879. Archdeacon of Colombo, from 1892. 

Weston, George, eldest son of George Weston, Esq., Tanfield Lodge, 
Croydon, aged 16, October 17. Burrows 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1862, M.A. 1866. A Solicitor in London. Of 
9, Gray's Inn Square, London, W.C. 

Weston, James, second son of the above George Weston, Esq., aged 15, 
December 15- Burrows 

Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 1862. Of 1, Camden Park, Tunbridge Wells. 

Holmes, Edward Carleton, eldest son of Edward Carleton Holmes, Esq., 
Wentworth House, Hampstead, aged 13. February 12 Burrows 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1866. Of 12, Bedford Road, London, W.C. , and Holmewood, 
Beckenham. Constitutional Club. 

Froom, Albert, son of William Froom, Esq., Portland House. Marine 
Parade, Brighton, aged 14, January 21. Burrows 

Lieutenant-Colonel, 6th Inniskilling Dragoons. Served in the Boer War, 1881, 
and in the Bechuaualaiid Expedition, 1884-5. Mentioned in despatches. Died 
of enteric fever at Pietermaritzburg, Natal, while in command of his regiment, 
4 January, 1889. 

Froom, George, son of the above William Froom, Esq., aged 14, 
January 21. Burrows 

Gazetted to the 94th Regiment, 1866. Captain, 1877. Major, Connaught 
Rangers, 1881. Lieutenant-Colonel, 1896. Served with the 94th in the Zulu 
War, and against Sekukuni. Medal with Clasp. Served in the Boer War, 1880-1, 
and took part in the Defence of Standerton. Mentioned in despatches. Medal 
with Clasp. Army and Navy Club. 

Brewster, James George, eldest son of James Brewster, Esq., Ashford 
Lodge, Halstead, Essex, aged 15, January 16. B. Smith 

Pembroke College, Oxford, B.A. 1864, M.A. 1868. Rector of Stratford St. Mary, 
Colchester, from 1880. 

Heald, Walter, second son of Nicholas Heald, Esq., Bredbury Hall, 
Stockport, aged 14, March 19. B Smith 

Of Elmfield House, Bromley. 

- ENTRANCES IN APRIL, 1856. 

Burton, Francis Nathaniel Valentine, eldest son of Henry Stuart Burton, 
Esq , Carrigaholt, Clare, aged 13, September 14. School 

J,P. and D.L. for Co. Clare. Of Carrigaholt, Kilrush. Died 1883. 

Grilpin, Francis Bernard, son of H. Gilpin, Esq., 12, Paragon, Clifton, 
Bristol, aged 13, June 13. School 

Stewart, Charles, son of D. J. Stewart, Esq., Smart's Hill, Penshurst, 
Kent, aged 15, November 9. Arnold 

Edinburgh University. Called to the Scottish Bar, 1862. Admitted a Solicitor, 
England, 1872. Author of "Hand Immemor,"1901. Of 38, Eaton Place, London, 
S.W. Atheneaum Club. 



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Steimett, John Holland, eldest son of Richard Stennett, Esq., Carrington, 
Boston, Lincolnshire, aged 13, November 11. Arnold 

Exhibitioner, 1861. Merton College, Oxford, Postmaster, 1861, First Class Classical 
Moderations, 1863, B.A. First Class, Final Classics, 1865, M.A. 1878. Of Eydon, 
Byfield, Northants. 

Grrote, Arthur George, son of Arthur Grrote, Esq., Judge in the Indian 
Civil Service, aged 13, November 25. Arnold 

Woodall, Edward Henry, third son of John Woodall, Esq., St. Nicholas' 
House, Scarborough, aged 13, November 28. Arnold 

Oriel College, Oxford, B.A. 1866, M.A. 1870. In Holy Orders. 

Chadwick, Cushford, son of G. M. Chad wick, Esq., Oakenrod, Kochdale, 
aged 13, February 2. Mayor 

Booth, Clement, son of the Rev- Thomas Willingham Booth, Friskney, 
Boston, aged 13, May 11. Mayor 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1865. University Eleven, 1862-3-4-5. Hamp- 
shire Eleven, 1870-79. Of Hundleby Grange, Spilsby. 

Johnson, Walter, only son of the late Rev. Walter Raukin Johnson, step- 
son of P- S. Coxe, Esq., St. John's Wood, London, aged 13, 
August 9. Bradley 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. 1864. Formerly Lieutenant, 2nd Dragoons, Scots 
Greys. J.P. for North Riding of Yorkshire. Of Rownton Grange, Northallerton. 

Newman, Arthur Alexander, son of Edwin Newman, Esq., Hendford 

House, Yeovil, aged 12, October 9. Shairp 

Major, Royal Artillery. Retired 1888. Served in the Affghan War, 1880. Medal 

Pry, James William, son of J. T. Fry, Esq., Barston, Bromley, Kent, 
aged 12, August 17. Evans 

A Solicitor. Formerly of 34, Fenchurch Street, London. 

Byles, Maurice Barnard, second son of Sir John Barnard Bylea, a Justice 
of the Common Pleas, 49, Russell Square, London, aged 14, 
September 19. Burrows 

University College, Oxford, B.A. 1865. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1866. 
Special Pleader, South Eastern Circuit. Of 3, Princes Gardens, London, S.W. 
Union Club. 

Byles, Walter Barnard, eldest son of the above Sir John Barnard Byles, 
aged 15, August 8. Burrows 

University College, Oxford, B.A. 1864, M.A. 1866, Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's 
Inn, 1865. J.P. for Middlesex, High Sheriff, 1896. Of Harefield House, 
Uxbridge. 

Skingley, Henry, son of H. S. Skingley, Esq., Wake's Colne Hall, 
Halstead, Essex, aged 13, July 5. B. Smith 

Of Wake's Colne Hall, as above. 

Winnall, Arthur Beaufoy, son of J. Winnall, Esq., Hawthorn, Ledbury, 
aged 12, March 20. B. Smith 

Formerly in business at Worcester. 



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ENTRANCES IN AUGUST, 1856. 

Cartwright, James Strachan, eldest son of Mrs Crookshank, Kingston. 
Canada, and the late John Solomon Cartwrighfc, aged 16, August 
20. Evans 

Exhibitioner, 1859. Balliol College, Oxford, Exhibitioner, 1860. B.A. First 
Class Classics, 1863. Barrister-at-Law, Ontario, 1868. Registrar of Court of 
Appeal for Ontario, from 1899. Of Osgoode Hall, Toronto, Canada. 

Cartwright, John Robeson, second son of the above Mrs. Crookshank, 
aged 14, February 28. Evans 

Queen's College, Oxfo d, B.A., 1866. Barrister-at-Law, Ontario, 1870. Deputy 
Attorney General of Ontario, from 1889. Q.C., 1890. Of Parliament Buildings, 
Ontario, Canada. 

Bingham, Fanshawe, only son of Henry Brothers Bingham, Esq , Rugby, 
aged 15, May 27. Town 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1866, M.A 1869. Rector of Horfield, Bristol, 
18791900. Of Coombe House, Weston-super-Mare. 

GrUnton, Dennis du Moulin, son of Mrs. Henry Gunton, Rugby, aged 12, 
November 28. Town 

Formerly Captain, 96th Regiment. Served in the Abyssinian War with the 
Transport Train. Mentioned in despatches. Medal. Died, August, 1877. 

Morris, George Tomkyns, son of the Rev.' G. E. Morris, Rugby, aged 13. 
April 4. Town 

Lieutenant, 7th Dragoon Guards, 1866, and 3rd Bengal Cavalry, 1867. Major. 
Bengal Staff Corps, 1883. Garrison Instructor at Rawul Pindi, &c., 1878-85, 
Served in the Affghan War, 1879-80, the march to Kandahar, and the battle of 
1 September. Medal with Clasp, bronze star, and mentioned in despatches. 
Retired as Lieutenant-Colonel, 1889. 

Thewles, Horace Augustus, son of Captain Thewles, Rugby, aged 13, 
March 1. Town 

Formerly in the 69th Regiment. Died at Kenilworth, January, 1902. 

Cocktmrn, Edward, son of S. Cockburn, Esq., Rugby, aged 12, Dec 11. 

Town 

KempSOn, George William Douglas, son of Mrs. Sladden, Broomfield, 
Herne, Kent, aged 14, March 24. Burrows 

Formerly in 1st Royal Scots Regiment, and 14th Hussars. Died in Charing Cross 
Hospital from the effects of an accident, 7 December, 1893. 

Foster, Edward Taverner, son of Edward Foster, Esq., 10, Chester Terrace, 
London, aged 14, May 14. Bradley 

Hammond, Basil Edward, son of the Rev. John Parish Hammond, Copley 
Vicarage, Hants, aged 14, August 10. Town and B. Smith 

Exhibitioner, 1861. Trinity College, Cambi-idge, Scholar, 1861, B.A. 7th in 
First Class Classical Tripos, Junior Chancellor's Medallist, and 32nd Wrangler, 
1865, Fellow, M.A 1868. Assistant Master at Wellington College, 1868-71. Tutor 
at Trinity College, Cambridge, from 1871. 

Freer, Frederic Hubert, son of C. F. Freer, Esq., Edgehill, Liverpool, 
aged 12, September 3. Evans 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1867, M.A. 1870. Of Oddmgton, Stow-in-the- 
Wold. Died 1897. 



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Trafford, Richard Wylme, son of Richard Leigh Trafford, Esq., (O.R. 
1811), Rugby, asfed 12, November 6. Town 

Indian Civil Service, 1863. Divisional Judge, 1886. Retired 1891. Oi The Ferns, 
George Town, Jersey. 

Jenkins, William Henry Phillips, eldest son of John Jenkins, Esq., jun., 
Oaerleon-on-Usk, aged 13, October 20. Bradley 

Merton College, Oxford, 1862. J.P. and D.L. for Co. Monmouth. Of St. Pierre, 
Chepstow. 

Barber, Alfred Graeff, son of A. K. Barber, Esq., Stamford Hill, near 
London, aged 14. June 25. Bradley 

On the London Stock Exchange. Died 10 April, 1873. 

Jebb, A very, fifth son of Samnel Henry Jebb, Esq., Boston, aged 14, 
April 13 Arnold 

Formerly Lieutenant, 85th Foot. Served in the Abyssinian War, 1868, with the 
Transport Train. Medal Major, Royal South Lincolnshire Militia, 1881. 
Instructor of Musketry, 1883. 

Mason, Richard, son of Richard Mason, Esq., Town Clerk of Lincoln, 
aged 14. March 3. Arnold 

Died 21 January, 1883. 

Mahony, George Philip Gun, eldest son of Mrs. Vicars, Leamington, and 
the late Peirce Kenifeck Mahony, aged 14, May 14. Left 
October, 1861. Burrows 

Oriel College, Oxford, B A. 1866. J.P. for Co. Kerry. High Sheriff, 1876. Of 
Kilmorna, Listowel. Windham, and Kildare Street Clubs. 

Sandenian, David George, son of the late D. Sandeman, Esq., Kirk wood, 
Lockerby, aged 12, February 6. Evans 

Formerly Lieutenant, 16th Lancers, Captain, West Norfolk Militia. Of Fairy- 
land, Vale of Neath, South Wales. 

Edmonds, Adolphus. son of J. T. Edmonds, Esq., Rose Cottage, Fulham, 
aged 15, March 2. Evans 

Drowned while skating at Rugby, February, 1858. 

Beasley, Robert Turlington Noble, son of John Beasley, Esq., Chapel 
Brampton, Northampton, aged 12, December 15. Evans 

Trinity College, Cambridge. Served in the Coldstream Guards, 60th Rifles, and 
36th Foot, retiring when Adjutant. For several years had charge of the Maoris 
in New Zealand. An official of Police at Dunedin, 1885. Governor of the Gaol, 
Wanganui, 1902. 

Ollivant, Edward Albert, son of the Lord Bishop of Llandaff, Bishop's 
Court. Llandaff, aged 14, June 30. Bradley 

Gazetted, Royal Artillery, 1864. Captain, 1876. Major 1883 Of 1, Wellington 
Crescent. Ramsgate. 

Curwen, Eldred Vincent Morris, third son of Edward Stanley Curwen, 
Rsq.. Workington Ball, Cumberland, aged 14. January 6. ftradley 
J.P. for Cumberland. Of Withdeane Court, Brighton, Sussex. Arthur's Club. 

Hanson, Reginald, son of Samuel Hanson, Esq., The Elms, Epsom, aged 
16/May 31. Mayor 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1864, MA. 1868, LL.D., F.S A. Sheriff for 
London and Middlesex, 1881. Knighted, 1882. Lord Mayor, 1886-7. M.P. for the 
City of London, from 1891. Holds several Foreign Orders. Created a Baronet, 1887 
Of 4, Bryanston Square, London. W. Carlton Club. 



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Gregson, Bryan Padgett, son of Bryan Padgett Gregson, Esq., Caton, 
Lancaster, aged 24, November 13. Mayor 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1864, M.A. 1867. Of Caton, Lancaster. J.P. 
. for Lancashire. Died February, 1901. 

Butterworth, Herbert Selkirk, son of James Butter worth, Esq., Rochdale, 
aged 13, August 13. Mayor 

Mainwaring, Eugene George Henri, ninth son of Admiral Rowland Main- 
waring, H, 1ST., Whitmore, Staffordshire, aged 14, Nov. 6 Bradley 
A Civil Engineer, and Railway Official at Wellington, New Zealand, 1902. 

Wyndham, Edward Sandford, eldest son of the Rev. John Wyndham, 
Sutton Mandeville, Salisbury, aged 14, February 18. Left June, 
I860. B. Smith 

Sometime a Land Surveyor in Dorsetshire. Went to Australia. 1866, as Govern- 
ment Surveyor. Fruit farming near Tamworth, New South Wales, 1902. 

Greene, Edward Walter, only son of Edward Greene, Esq , Bury St. 
Edmunds, aged 14, March 14. B. Smith 

J.P. and D.L. for Suffolk. High Sheriff, 1897. Major and Hon. Lieut. -Colonel, 
1888, Suffolk Yeomanry. Created a Baronet, 1900. Of Nether Hall, Bury St. 
Edmunds. 

Hall, Herbert Lee, third son of Henry Hall, Esq., Barton Abbey, Wood- 
stock, aged 14, November 25. School 
St. Mary's Hall, Oxford, 1869. Late 61st Regiment. 

Lenon, Arthur, son of T. B. Lenon, Esq., India Board, Westminster, aged 
14, July 3. School 

Symes, James Frisby, son of Mr. Robert Symes, Rugby, aged 12, Oct. 4. 

Town 

Formerly resident in Rugby. Left for Chicago, U.S.A., about 1899. 

ENTRANCES IN OCTOBER, 1856. 

Grainger, John Ireby, son of H. G. Grainger, Esq., High Ireby Grange, 
Wigton, Cumberland, aged 11, November 2. School 

Of Holmleigh, Leamington. 

Pullin, Samuel John, son of S. J. Pullin, Esq., Manor Park, Streatham, 
aged 15, January 24. Mayor 

Formerly Captain, 16th Regiment. 

Dawson, Osborne Edward, son of John William James Dawson, Esq., 
33, Bedford Square, London, aged 12. February 10. Mayor 

Formerly a Solicitor in London. Of 10, Hart Street, W.C. 

Collyer, William Robert, second son of John Oollyer, Esq., Impington 
Hall, Cambridge, aged 14, January 11. Bradley 

Exhibitioner, 1861. Caius College, Cambridge, Scholar 1861, B.A. 1865, M.A. 
1874. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1869. Queen's Advocate at Cyprus, 
1881-94. Attorney- General at Singapore since 1894. New University Club. 

Atkinson, Charles, eldest son of Henry Atkinson, Esq., Frankville, 
Athboy, Co Meath, aged 13, December 22. Gompton 

Of 32, Northumberland Road, Kingstown, Co. Dublin. 
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154 Goulburn, 1850-57. 

Tait, James Alexander, eldest son of Alexander Duncan Tait, Esq., Milrig 
House, Galston, Ayrshire, aged 15, April 27. Bradley 

Formerly Captain, 4th Dragoon Guards. Died at Fairlie House, Kilmarnock, 
9 September, 1879. 

Hart-Davis, Richard Hart, eldest son of Richard Yaughan Davis, Esq., 
Frognal, Hampstead, aged 13, May 19. Bradley 

University College, Oxford, B.A. 1865, M.A. 1870. Curate of Broad Clyst, Devon, 
1366. Vicar of Dunsden, Reading, from 1876. 

Pitzherbert, Beresford, son of Sir William Fitzherbert, Bart., Somersal- 
Herbert, Derbyshire, aged 12, September 11. Evans 

For some years in Jamaica. Died at Tissington, Derbyshire, 25 May, 1873. 

ENTRANCES IN FEBRUARY, 1857. 

Caulfeild, Francis William, son of the Rev. Edward Warren Caulfeild. 
Forest Lodge, Hythe, aged 13, August 29, School 

Exhibitioner, 1862. Wadham College, Oxford, Scholar 1863, B.A. 1866. Of Fox 
Hall, Bentley, Hants. 

Maltby, Edward Charles, eldest son of the Rev. Henry Joseph Maltby, 
EaglescKffe Rectory, Yorkshire, aged 13, April 24. Bradley 

University College, Oxford, 1862. Passed First for direct Commission, 1862. 
Sometime Lieutenant, 9th Regiment. Army and Navy Club. 

Mansfield, James Lutyens, son of T. Mansfield, Esq., 26, Abercrombie 
Place, Edinburgh, aged 15, September 6. Evans 

An Advocate of the Scottish Bar. Died, "some years ago." 

Saffbrd, Frederick, son of F. Safford, Esq., aged 15, October 23. School 

Pritchard, William, son of Henry Pritchard, Esq., Tregayon, Anglesea, 
aged 15, October 13. School 

Dodson. Arthur Leathom Plumptre, son of John Dodson, Esq., Littledale 
Hall, Lancaster, aged 14, March 21. School 

Henty, Edwin, eldest son of Edwin Henty, Esq., Ferring, Worthing, 
Sussex, aged 12, February 15. School 

J.P. for Sussex. Captain, Hon. Major, 1884, Royal Sussex Volunteers, 1880-93. 
V.D. F.S.A. Of Ferring Grange, Worthing. 

Elers, Walter Waring, son of the Rev. Carew Thomas Elers, Bickenhill 
Vicarage, Birmingham, aged 16, August 15. Mayor 

Formerly a Solicitor in London. Of 22, Inkerman Road, Kentish Town, N.W. 

Bevan, Richard Robinson, son of the late J. S. Be van, Clifton, Bristol, 
aged 16, December 5. Arnold 

Formerly Major, 75th Regiment. Retired as Lieutenant-Colonel, 1882. 

Walker, Herbert John Ouchterlony, second son of James Ouchterlony 
Walker, Esq., Norfolk Crescent, London, aged 14, Feb. 12. School 

Royal Artillery, 1864. Retired as Lieutenant-Colonel, 1887. J.P. for Devon. 
Of Leeford, Great Knowle, Budleigh Salterton. Naval and Military Club. 

Kelly, Francis Hume, eldest son of Robert Hume Kelly, Esq., Glencara, 
Mullingar, Westmeath, aged 16, October 10. Bradley 

University College, Oxford, B.A. 1863. University Eight, 18631864. J P. for 
Co. Westmeath. High Sheriff, 1874. Of Glencara, as above. Kildare Street Club. 



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Newall, Samuel Arthur, eldest son of the Rev. Samuel Newall, Clifton 
Road, Rugby, aged 13, June 21. Town 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1865. Practised in Manchester, and Ashton-under-Lyne. 
Died 24 June, 1901. 

Hoare, Stafford O'Brien, son of Gerard Noel Hoare, Esq., Mill Hill, 
Hendon, Middlesex, aged 13, February 23. Shairp 

J.P. and D.L. for Bucks. High Sheriff, 1893. Of Turville Park, Henley-on- 
Thames. 

Walker, Reginald Henry, second son of John Hare Walker, Esq., Rugby, 
aged 10, July 15. Town 

Worcester College, Oxford, 1873. Died at Kingstown, Dublin, October, 1876. 

Barlow, John Edward Pratt, son of F. P. Barlow, Esq , 26, Rutland Gate, 
London, aged 15, February 5. Evans 

Sutherland, Robert, son of Charles Sutherland, Esq., Lee Road, Black- 
heath, aged 15, August 7. B. Smith 

Garnett, Charles Leslie, son of the late George Garnett, Esq., 57, Spring 
Street, Birmingham, aged 15, April 20. Arnold 

Trinity College. Dublin, B. A. 1866, M.A. 1872. Rector of Ardtrea, Dungannon, Co. 
Tyrone, from 1894. 

Garnett, Wade Shenton, son of the above George Garnett, Esq., aged 15, 
March 9. Arnold 

Trinity College, Dublin, B.A. 1864. Barrister-at-Law, Middle Temple, 1867. 
Williamstown, Kells, Co. Meath, or Melbourne, Australia. 

Whall, James Snow, sou of John Whall, Esq., Worksop, Notts, aged 13, 
July 13. Arnold 

A Solicitor at Worksop, Notts. Admitted 1867. 

Tudor, Charles Thynne, son of Henry Tudor, Esq., 46, Westbourne 
Terrace, Hyde Park, aged 15, July 24. Arnold 

On the London Stock Exchange. 

Ker, David, second son of Stewart Ker, Esq., 35, Hamilton Terrace, 
Birkenhead, aged 14, October 18. Shairp 

Wadham College, Oxford, Scholar 1862-7. Special Correspondent of the Press, 
and author of Letters about Khiva. Of Haslemere, Surrey. 

Wrigley, Norman, son of Joseph Wrigley, Esq., Netherton, Huddersfield, 
aged 14, October 15. Evans 

An Inspector to the War Department, 1889-95. F.R.G.S. Of 10, Brunswick 
Gardens, Kensington. Union Club. 

Siddon, Samuel William, eldest son of Mrs. Siddon, West Bank, Mans- 
field, and the late Samuel Siddon, aged 14, October 1. Evans 
Queen's College, Oxford, 1861. Died, 1868. 

Kirby, Arthur Raymond, fifth son of George Goldsmith Kirby, Esq., 13, 

Great Cumberland Place, London, aged 15, September 22. Evans 

Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 1865. Of 81, Cromwell Road, South Kensington. 

Bros, James Reader White, third son of Thomas Bros, Esq., Springfield, 
Upper Clapton, aged 15, November 16. Evans 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1863. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1866, 
Recorder of Abingdon, 1878-88. Appointed a London Police Magistrate, 1888. 
Of 31, Elm Park Gardens, London, S.W. 



156 Goulburn, 1850-57. 



Kennedy, Charles Burchell, son of Mrs. Kennedy, and the late Rev. 
George John Kennedy, Rugby, aged 12, September 18. Town 

Died, 21 August, 1870. 

Hallett, Charles Evans, son of Mrs. Hallett, Rugby, and the late Col. 
J. D. Hallett, aged 13, February 22. Town 

Gazetted to 97th Foot, 1862. Bengal Staff Corps, 1867, Captain, 1874, Major, 
1882, Lieutenant-Colonel, 1888. Served in the Looshai Expedition, 1871-72. 
Medal. In the Affghan War, 1878-80. Medal. Naval and Military Club. 

Dowson, William Scott, second son of the late William Head Dowson, 
Greystoke, Penrith, aged 15, June 14. B. Smith 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1864, M.A. 1867. Barrister-at-Law, Inner 
Temple, 1869. J.P. for Cumberland. Of Foxley-Henning, Dalston, Cumberland. 

Dunn, William, son of the Rev. Charles Dunn, B.D., Walsall, Staffordshire, 
aged 13, September 9. Mayor 

Clare College, Cambridge, B.A. 1866, M.A. 1870. Vicar of St. Matthew's, Little 
London; Leeds, from 1883. 

Brown, Henry Stainton, son of Samuel Brown, Esq., Lewisham, Kent, 
aged 13, August 28. Mayor 

Died at Lewisham, 31 March, 1870. 

Smith, Walter Wyke, son of William Wyke Smith, Esq., East Molesey, 
Hampton Court, aged 12, March 5. Burrows 

M.R.C.S. 1867. Practised at Wimborne. Adopted the name of WYKESMITH. 
Latterly of Poole, Dorset, where he died, 3 February, 1902. 

Bromfield, George Henry Worth, only son of Henry Jenkins Bromfield, 
Esq., Cawston House, Rugby, aged 14, May 29. Mayor 

University College, Oxford, B.A. 1866, M.A. 1868. Vicar of St. Mary-the-Less, 
Lambeth, from 1874. Hon. Canon of Rochester, 1898. 

Townsend, William Henry Worth, eldest son of Henry Townsend, Esq., 
Newnham, Rugby, aged 15, January 5. Mayor 

J.P. for Warwickshire. Of The Manor House, King's Newnham, Rugby. Died 
4 August, 1901. 

Hailstone, Edward, son of the Rev. John Hailstone, Bottisham, New- 
market, aged 13, November 17. Mayor 
Christ's College, Cambridge, Scholar, 1862. Of 9, Rue de Tocqueville, Paris. 

Davies, Morris, only son of James Davies, Esq., Ffosrhydgaled, 
Aberystwyth, aged 13, March 2. Mayor 

Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1867. J.P. and D.L. for Cardiganshire. Hon. 
Secretary from 1893 of the Old Rugbeian Society. Of Troy House, Rugby. 
Junior Carlton Club. 

Forbes, Charles John, son of Mrs. Forbes, Dawlish, Devon, aged 16, 
October 19. Bradley 

Richards, John Tudor, son of Francis Richards, Esq., U.S.A., aged 15, 
July 23. B. Smith 

A General in the United States Army. Of J ohnson City, Tennessee, U.S.A., 1902. 

ENTRANCES IN APRIL, 1857. 

Spencer, Almeric George, second son of the Rev. Hon. William Henry 
Spencer, (O.R. 1824), Stoke Climsland, Cornwall, aged 15, 
October 16. Evans 

Colonel, 56th Regiment. Retired 1898. Served in the Nile Expedition, 1884. 
Medal and Khedive's Star. Commanded 33rd Regimental District, 1896-8. Army 
and Navy Club. 



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Berners, Charles Hugh, eldest son of Captain Hugh Berners, R.N., Land- 
ford House, Salisbury, aged 14, August 26. Evans 

Christ Church, Oxford, B.A. 1865, M.A. 1868. J.P. and D.L. for Suffolk. High 
Sheriff, 1895. Of Woolverstone Park, Ipswich. Carlton Club. 

Lloyd, Thomas Henry, son of E. J. Lloyd, Esq., Q C., 47, Euston Square, 
London, aged 15, February 28. Burrows 

Lieutenant-Colonel, Royal Artillery. Brigade Major, Sheerness, 1879-84. Deputy 
Quartermastei General, Bombay, 1886-91. Died, 29 November, 1892. 

Seymour, Alfred, third son of Sir George Hamilton Seymour, Knt., 
Foreign Office, aged 14, February 16. Arnold 

Formerly Captain, Rifle Brigade. Of Hollybrook, Hants. J.P. Died, 1897. 

Law, Robert Arbuthnot, third son of the Rev. Patrick Comerford Law. 
Northrepps Rectory, Norfolk, aged 15, February 28. School 

St. Alban Hall, Oxford, 1881. Rector of Gunthorpe, with Bale, Norfolk, 1870. 
Died, 1889. 

Martin, Albert Bentinck, third son of the Rev. George Martin, Harberton, 
Totnes, Devon, aged 13, December 16. Mayor 

Queen's College, Oxford, 1863. A Civil Engineer. Died 9 May, 1886. 

Pearson, John, son of Mrs. Pearson, Rugby, and the late William Pearson, 
Esq., aged 12, December 17. Town 

Captain 18th, Royal Irish, Regiment. Staff Paymaster with honorary rank of 
Lieutenant-Colonel, 1896. At Capetown, South Africa, 1902. Junior Army and 
Navy Club. 

Hurst, William Brunei, son of Nicholas Edward Hurst, Esq., Richmond, 
Yorkshire, aged 13, May 14. . Mayor 

Gazetted to Royal Engineers, 1864, Captain 1878, Major 1884. Instructor in 
Fortification, Royal Military College, Sandhurst, 1875-82. Naval and Military 
Club. 

Dickinson, Henry Edward, son of Edward Dickinson, Esq., Rugby, aged 9, 
May 18. Town 

Formerly Engineer to the Hunter River Company, Sydney, New South Wales. 
Government Inspector of Patents and of Public Buildings, 1888. Died 1891. 

Salisbury, Edward, son of Mrs. Salisbury, 11, Bins wood Crescent, 
Leamington, aged 12, September 30. Evans 

Crofts, John, son of John Crofts, Esq., Cawston, Dunchurch, aged 13, 
September 12. Town 

Richardson, Ralph, son of R. Richardson, Esq , Wraxall Lodge, Bristol, 
aged 14, May 17. Shairp 

ENTRANCES IN AUGUST, 1857. 

Morris, Augustus William, son of the Rev. G. E. Morris, Rugby, aged 12, 
January 18. Town 

Gazetted Ensign, 16th Foot, 1864. Lieutenant, 58th Foot, 1869, Captain 1878, 
Major 1881. Brigade-Major, Gibraltar, 1883-88. Lieutenant-Colonel, 1890. 
Colonel, 1894. Served in the Zulu War, 1879. Medal. Served in the Boer War, 
1881. Severely wounded, and mentioned in despatches. 

Sneyd, Clement Broughton, son of the Rev. Henry Sneyd, (O.R., 1818), 
Woodlands, Leek, aged 14, November 14. Burrows 

Formerly Curate of Shocklach, Cheshire, 1888-90. 



158 Goulburn, 1850-57. 

Manning 1 , Edward Montagu, son of William Montagu Manning, Esq., 
afterwards Knight, Dawlish, Devon, aged 16, August 11. Bradley 

Formerly Lieutenant, 47th Regiment. Eetired 1876. Of The Vinery, Shirley 
Warren, Southampton. 

Watson, Harry, son of T. Watson, Esq., Bitteswell, Leicestershire, 
aged 15. Bradley 

Thurlow, Henry Frederick, third son of the Bev. Charles Augustus 
Thurlow, Malpas, Cheshire, aged 14, July 11. School 

Christ Church, Oxford, B.A. 1865, M.A. 1868. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple* 
1866. Died 8 October, 1878. 

Haslam, John Bailey, eldest son of Mrs. Haslam, Rugby, and the late Rev. 
John Fearby Haslam, aged 13, December 18. Town 

Exhibitioner, 1862. St. John's College, Cambridge, Scholar 1862. Senior Bell 
Scholar, 1863, B.A., 36th Wrangler and 4th in First Class Classical Tripos, 1866, 
Fellow, M.A. 1869. Sometime Assistant Master at Clifton and Cheltenham. 
H.M. Inspector of Schools. Died 19 March, 1899. 

Harley, Edward Arthur, son of Edward Harley, Esq., Chatford House, 
Clifton Down, Bristol, aged 14, November 11. School 

A Solicitor at Bristol. Admitted 1869. Registrar of County Court, and Joint 
- District Registrar of the High Court of Justice, 1902. Of 8, Albert Road, Clifton. 

Belles, James Edward, son of Mrs. Berryman, 3, Arnold Villas, Rugby, 
aged 11, December 21. Town 

Witts, Frederick Richard Vavasour, son of the Rev. Edward Francis 
Witts, Upper Slaughter, Stow-in-the-Wold, aged 13, Dec. 19. 

School 

Formerly Lieutenant-Colonel, Gloucestershire Volunteers. J. P. for Gloucester- 
shire. Of Fosse Cottage, Stow-in-the-Wold. Died, 29 June, 1901. 

Alington, William Herbert, son of the Rev. J. Alington, Candlesby, 
Spilsby, Lincolnshire, aged 14, December 13. Burrows 

Settled at Canterbury, New Zealand, 1860. Residing at Ashburton, 1902. 

Darnell, Daniel Charles West, son of the Rev. D. Darnell, Welton, Daven- 
try, aged 16, March 31. School 

Downing College, Cambridge, Scholar 1860, B.A. 1864, M.A. 1869. In Holy 
Orders. Master of a Preparatory School at Hillmorton, 1866, and afterwards 
Master of Cargilfield School, Edinburgh. Vicar of Portsmouth, from 1899. 

Braithwaite, Basil, son of Isaac Braithwaite, Esq., 4, Gloucester Square, 
London, aged 12, February 11. Mayor 

A partner in the Banking Firm of Brown, Janson, and Co., London. J.P. for 
Surrey. Of Hookfield, Epsom, Surrey. 

Fellows, Henry, second son of Alfred Thomas Fellows, Esq., Beeston 
House, Notts, aged 16, September 30. Burrows 

Barrister-at-Law, LiHColn's Inn, 1867. Of 25, Oxford Square, London, W. 

Gray, George Ridley, son of G. M. Gray, Esq. Upper Bedford Place, 
London, aged 13, December 24. Burrows 

Blood, William Bindon, son of J. H. Blood, Esq., Witham, Essex, aged 15, 
September 19. Mayor 

A Solicitor at Witham. Admitted 1865. 



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Sneyd, Henry Francis, son of the Rev. Henry Sneyd, ^O.R., 1818), 
Woodlands, Leek, aged 16. October 25. Burrows 

Died 14 September, 1900. 

Foster, Albert John, third son of John Nathaniel Foster, Esq., St. 
Andrew's, Biggleswade, aged 14, July 13. Arnold 

Pembroke College, Oxford, B.A. 1866, M.A. 1869. Rector of Farndish, 1875-80. 
Vicar of Wootton, Bedfordshire, from 1880. Author of " Bunyan's Country," 1901. 

Burnett, Alexander Edward, son of Sir James Burnett, Bart., Crathers 
Castle, Kincardineshire, aged 14, December 14. Evans 

A Writer to the Signet, Edinburgh. Died August, 1895. 

Winslow, Forbes Edward, eldest son of Forbes Beninus Winslow, Esq., 
M.D., 23, Cavendish Square, London, aged 15, July 24. Arnold 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. 1865, M.A. 1868. Vicar of Epping, Essex, 1873-8. 
Rector of St. Paul's, St. Leonard's-on-Sea, from 1878. 

Mather, Arthur Stanley, son of John Philip Mather, Esq., Bootle Hall, 
Liverpool, aged 15, May 13- Arnold 

A Solicitor and Notary at Liverpool. President of Incorporated Law Society of 
Liverpool, 1900-1. Of Beechwood, Woolton, Liverpool. 

Higgins, Charles Clark, son of Charles Higgins, Esq., Bedford, aged 15, 
December 26. Evans 

Formerly Captain, 13th Hussars. J.P. for Bucks. Of Upton Park, Slough. 
Naval and Military Club. 

Cross, James Percival, eldest son of T. Cross, Esq., Mortfield, Bolton-le- 
Moors, aged 14, August 12. Evans 

J.P. and D.L. for Leicestershire. High Sheriff, 1889. Of Catthorpe Towers, 
Rugby. Junior Carlton Club. 

Royds, Gilbert Twemlow, second son of the Rev. Charles Smith Royds, 
Haughton Rectory, Stafford, aged 11, October 5. B. Smith 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1867, M.A. 1871. Vicar of Knowle Hill, Berks, 
1871. Rector of Haughton, Stafford, from 1879. 

Sheppard, Walter Byard, eldest son of Mrs. Sheppard, Bath, and the late 
Rev. Walter Sheppard, aged 14, December 26. B. Smith 

Wadham College, Oxford, 1862. 

Morrell, Charles, only son of Mrs. Morrell, The Retreat, Wallingford, 
and the late Mark Morrell, aged 14, December 4. Bradley 

Trinity College, Oxford, 1861. J.P. for Bucks, Oxon, and Northants. Sometime 
Master of the South Oxfordshire Hounds. Of Milton Hill House, Steventon, 
Berks. 

Howard, Cecil Ralph, third son of the late Hon. Francis Howard, and 
Mrs. Howard, 33, Eccles Street, Dublin, aged 15, April 26. Bradley 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. 1867. Formerly Captain, 60th Rifles. Succeeded 
his brother as 6th EARL OF WICKLOW, 1881. Died 24 July, 1891. 

Whittington, Robert Esbury, son of the late T. Whittington, Esq., 
Swains wick, Bath, aged 15, December 12. Arnold 

St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1870, M.A. 1875. Master and Chaplain, St. 
John's Hospital, Bath, 1892. Died about 1899. 



160 Goulburn, 1850-57. 



Parkin, John Samuel, eldest son of the Rev. John Parkin, Halton 
Parsonage, Hastings, aged 13, December 22. Bradley 

Clare College, Cambridge, B.A., llth Wrangler, 1867, M.A., Fellow, 1870. 
Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 1870. Commissioner under the Universities of 
Oxford and Cambridge Act, 1877. Of 11, New Square, Lincoln's Inn, 
London, W.C. 

Robinson, Frederick Laud, fourth son of the Rev. Sir George Stamp 
Robinson, Bart., Cranford Hall, Kettering, aged 14, June 
28. Burrows 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. 1867, M.A. 1870. Rector of Cranford, 1870 
Succeeded his brother as 9th Baronet, 1877. Died 6 February, 1893. 

Brown, Frank Clarke, son of F. Brown, Esq., Market Deeping, Lincoln- 
shire, aged 13, July 18. Arnold 

Wade, Francis Hoey, second son of Robert Craven Wade, Esq , 
Clonebraney, Co. Meath, aged 14, July 19. Mayor 

Formerly in the 55th Regiment. Served in the Bhootan Expedition, and at the 
re-capture of Dewangiri, 1865. Died 1872. 

Braithwaite, Alfred, son of Isaac Braithwaite, Esq., 4, Gloucester Square, 
Hyde Park, aged 13, November 21. Mayor 

Died before 1886. 

Varley, John, only son of Mrs. Varley, Stanningley, Leeds, and the late 
"Richard Yarley, aged 14, August 4. Arnold 

Oriel College, Oxford, Scholar, 1863, First Class, Classical Moderations, 1864, 
B.A., First Class, Final Classics, 1866, First Class, Law and History, 1867. 
Formerly a Solicitor in London. 

Watson, Henry, son of Thomas Watson, Esq., Bitteswell, Leicestershire, 
aged 1 5, March 8. Bradley 

Died at Eden, New South Wales, 21 July, 1884. Probably an amended entry of 
the fourth name in this term. 

Bingham, Wollaton, son of H. 0. Bingham, Esq., Wartnaby Hall, Melton 
Mowbray, aged 16, December 20. Evans 

Formerly Ensign, 5th Fusiliers, 1862. 

Player, St. Aubyn Henry, son of Mrs. Player, 6, Savile Place, Newcastle- 
on-Tyne, aged 12, November 4. Price 

Formerly Captain, 6th Inniskilling Dragoons. 

Starkey, Walter Henry, third son of Mrs. Starkey, Springwood House, 
Huddersfield, aged 14, August 9. Evans 

Formerly Captain, 3rd Hussars. J.P. for Warwickshire. Of Bericote, 
Leamington. 

Ottley, Laurence Richard, son of the Rev. Laurence Ottley, Richmond 
Rectory, Yorkshire, aged 13, September 29. Mayor 

Died in Australia, 1863. 

ENTRANCES IN OCTOBER, 1857. 

Smith, Frederick Hippisley, son of Ayscough Smith, Esq., Leesthorpe 
Hall, Melton Mowbray, aged 13, May 9. School 

Died at Chobham, Surrey, 8 November, 1886. 



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Kenney, Edward Maxwell, third son of the Rev. Arthur Robert Kenney, 
.Rugby, aged 11, December 10. Town and Evans 

Exhibitioner, 1864. Merton College, Oxford, Scholar, 1864, B.A. Charsley Hall, 
1868, M.A. 1872. University Eleven, 1866-7-8. One of H.M. Inspectors of Schools, 
1874. Assumed the additional name of HERBERT, 1875. Chief Inspector, Board 
of Education, 1901. J.P. for Bucks. Of 3. Kent Gardens, Baling. Conservative 
Club. 

Helme, William John, son of the late William Helme, Esq., Broadfield 
Court, Leominster, aged 15, July 13. Evans 

Walker, Francis Henry, sixth son of James Walker, Esq., afterwards 
Baronet, (O.K. 1816), Sandhutton, York, aged 14 June 6. Bradley 

Exeter College, Oxford, B.A. 1866. In Holy Orders. Died 18 April, 1870. 

Washbourne, Edward Albert, only son of Edward Brown Washbourne, 
Esq., Weymouth, aged 13. School 

Exeter College, Oxford, 1862. 

Thornton, John, eldest son of John Thornton, Esq., Hungerford, Berks, 
aged 13, December 7. Bradley 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1866, M.A. 1876. Vicar of Ewell, Surrey, 
from 1889. 

Anstice, Robert Henry, second son of John Anstice, Esq., Madeley, 
Shropshire, aged 14, August 17. Bradley 

Magdalen College, Oxford, B.A. 1865, M.A. 1869. Lieutenant-Colonel, retired, 
55th Regiment, C.B. 26 June, 1902. Junior United Service Club. 



FREDERICK TEMPLE, D.D. 

ELECTED HEADMASTER IN 1858. 



ENTRANCES IN FEBRUARY, 1858. 

At this date a Leaving Book began to be kept by Mr. G. E. Fafey, School 
Marshal. Before 1866 some boys left in October, so that the dates 1859*, 
186CP, Sfc., include those who left at any time during the Michaelmas 
Term. 

Scott. William Cumin, son of James Scott, Esq., Camberwell, aged 13, 
May 2. Left 1863 3 . School 

On the London Stock Exchange. Of 12, Morden Road, Blackheath, London, S.E. 
Caledonian Club. 

Greene, Henry Thomas Webb, son of Thomas Webb Greene, Esq., 9, 
Upper Wimpole Street, W., aged 13, June 15. Left I860 3 . School 
Trinity Hall, Cambridge, B.A. 1867. Barrister-at-Law. Died before 1885. 

Shilson, Edward, son of William Shilson, Esq., Trevarrick, St. Austell. 
aged 15, August 29. Left 1859 3 . School 

Died at Cheltenham, 1869. 
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162 Temple, 1858-69. 



Smith, Francis, son of Mr. J. B. Smith, 15, Sheep Street, Rugby, aged 12, 
June 13. Left 1859 3 . Town 

Sometime in the British Army. Died about 1895. 

Jeffery, George James Caughey, son of Mr. Samuel Jeffery, 55, North 
Street, Rugby, aged 10, August 20. Left 1863 3 . Town 

Sometime in the British Army. Now in America. 

Forbes, Arthur Newton, eldest son of Arthur Forbes Gordon, Esq., 
Rayne, Aberdeenshire, aged 14, January 22. Left I860 2 . Evans 

Late Captain, 79th Highlanders. J.P. and D.L. for Aberdeenshire, and J.P. for 
Co. Carlow. Assumed the name of FORBES-GORDON. Of Williamston, Insch, 
Aberdeenshire. Junior United Service Club. 

Fitzherbert, Walter Hepburn Melitas, eldest son of Lieut.-Colonel 
Richard H. Fitzherbert, Nettleworth Hall, Mansfield, aged 15, 
November 18. Left 1859 3 . School 

Formerly Major, the Rifle Brigade. Served in the Jowaki Campaign, 1877. 
Medal and Clasp. Served in the Affghan War, 1878-9. Medal and Clasp. 
Retired as Lieutenant-Colonel, 1881. Of Somersal-Herbert, Derby. 

Macaulay, John Kirby, son of Mrs. Macaulay, Freshford, Somerset, 
aged 15, June 25. Left I860 3 . Smythies 

Smythies, John Palmer, son of John Kinnersley Smythies, Esq., (O.R., 
1819), London, aged 14, March 27. Left i860 2 . iSmythies 

A Civil Engineer. Settled professionally in South America, and subsequently 
bought an estate, where he was murdered by a native about 1892. 

Baker, Arthur, son of the Rev. John Durand Baker, Bishop's Tawton 
Barnstaple, aged 14, February ]6. Left 1859 2 . Mayor 

Formerly in the 66th Regiment. Arthur Wybrow Baker was Ensign 1862, 
Lieutenant 1865. 

Josselyn, Frederick, son of George Josselyn, Esq,, Ipswich, aged 15. 
August 19. Left I860 2 . School 

A Practical Engineer. Of 74, Redcliffe Gardens, London, S.W. 

Topham, John George, son of James Topham, Esq., Welford, Northants, 
aged 14, April 28. Left I860 2 . School 

Bibby, Herbert Kirkman, son of the Rev. Thomas Bibby, Hillmorton 
Road, Rugby, aged 13. July 8. Left 1859 2 . Town 

A Merchant in Liverpool and London. Of Cheam House, Cheam, Surrey. 

Bibby, Arthur Wilson, son of the above Rev. Thomas Bibby, aged 12, 
February 10. Left 1859 2 . Town 

A Merchant in Liverpool and London. Of Hill Foot, Woolton, Liverpool. 

Wilson, Walter Cracroft, son of Sir John Cracroft Wilson, Indian Civil 
Service, aged 14, May 5. Left 1861 3 . Arnold 

Drowned in Australia before 1886. 

Best, Thomas William, third son of the Rev. Hon. Samuel Best, Abbott's 
Ann, Hants, aged 14, January 23. Left 1859 2 . Evans 

Major, late 76th Regiment. Chief Constable of Merionethshire, since 1883. Of 
Lingfield, Barmouth, North Wales. 

Hart, Henry George, eldest son of William Hart, Esq., Indian Civil 
Service, aged 14, April 16. Left 1862 2 . School 

Exhibitioner 1862. St. John's College, Cambridge, Scholar 1862. B.A., 7th in 
First Class Classical Tripos, 1866, Fellow 1867, M.A. 1869. Formerly Assistant 
Master at Haileybury and Harrow. Headmaster of Sedbergh School, from 1879. 



Temple, 1858-69. 163 



Beaver, Hugh Edward Campbell, son of Hugh Beaver, Esq., 3, Cavendish 
Place, Bath, aged 14, December 30. Left I860 3 . B. Smith 

Wilson, William Henry, second son of Richard Bassett Wilson, Esq., 
14, Soubhwick Crescent, London, aged 13, April 22. Left 
1863 2 . School 

University College, Oxford, B.A. 1867. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1869. 
Assumed the additional name of FITZGERALD, 1872. J.P. for Northants. J.P. 
and D.L. for Co. Clare, High Sheriff 1881. Of Chacombe, Banbury. 

Wilson, Richard Bassett, third son of the above Richard Bassett, Esq., 
aged 12, January 20. Left 1863 3 . School 

University College, Oxford, B.A. 1870. J.P. for Co. Durham. Lieutenant- 
Colonel, 1st Durham Militia, and Hon. Colonel, 1893. Served with his Battalion 
of the Durham Light Infantry in the South African War, 1899-1900, and died of 
enteric at Krooustad, 21 March, 1901. 

Parker, Frederick Per rot. eldest son of the late Charles Lewis Parker, 
Esq., Barford, Warwick, aged 15, Jan. 19. Left 186 1 3 . School 

Oriel College, Oxford, B.A. 1866, M.A. 1868. Rector of Colton, Rugeley, from 
1874. 

Clarke, William Wood, son of William Fox Clarke, Esq., 23, Bootham, 
York, aged 13, August 16. Left 1862 3 . School 

Formerly in the 3rd Hussars, and afterwards in the 20th Regiment, 1862-69. 

Clougk, Hugh Ceesar Butler, son of the Rev. Alfied Butler Clough (O.R. 
1809), Braunston, aged 13, October 24. Left 1861 3 . Evans 

Died, September, 1883. 

Collis, Edward John, son of William Blow Collis, Esq., Wollaston Hall, 
Stourbridge, aged 14, March 28. Arnold 

Hippisley, Robert Raikes, eldest son of the Rev. Robert William Hippisley, 
(O.R. 1830), Stow-in-the-Wold, aged 12, Jan. 17. Left 1862 2 . School 

Died, 1890. 

Salt, Henry, son of John Salt, Esq., 29, Gordon Square, London, aged 14, 
July 22. Left 186 1 2 . School 

M.D. Edinburgh, 1872. F.C.S. and F.R.C.S. Of Bgremont, Bournemouth. 

Trafford, Frederick, son of Richard Leigh Trafford, Esq., (O.R. 1811), 
Rugby, aged 12, April 21. Left 1861 2 . Town 

A Clerk in the Admiralty. Audit Department. Of 8, Nassau House, Shaftes- 
bury Avenue, London, W.C. 

Powell, Walter, son of Thomas Powell, Esq., The Gaer, Newport, Mon- 
mouthshire, aged 15, April 17. Left I860 2 . Arnold 

Of Dauntsey House, Chippenham. M.P. for Malmesbury, 1868. Lost in the 
balloon Saladin, January, 1882. 

Jenkins, Hinton Best, third son of Robert Castle Jenkins, Esq., Beachley, 
Chepstow, aged 16, February 9. Left I860 2 . Bradley 

Pembroke College, Oxford, B.A. 1864, M.A. 1867. Rector of Yelvertoft, 
Northants, 1875-91. Of Bredon House, Malvern Wells. Vicar of Little Malvern, 
from 1897. 

Babington, John Albert, third son of Thomas Gisborne Babington, Esq., 
Lichfield, aged 14, November 13. Left 1862 3 . Bradley 

Exhibitioner, 1862. New College, Oxford, Scholar, 1863, First Class, Classical 
Moderations, 1864, B.A. and M.A. 1872. In Holy Orders. Assistant Master at 
Marlborough, 1867-75. Headmaster of Lincoln Grammar School, 1875. Second 
Master at Tonbridge School, from 1880. Of Walmer House, Tonbridge. 



164 Temple, 1858-69. 



Hicks, Henry John, second son of Edward Hicks, Esq., Wilbrahara 
Temple, Cambridge, aged 13, April 10. Left 1861 3 . Bradley 

Of Sunnyside, Sutton, Surrey. 

Blair, Hugh, son of Hugh Blair, Esq., 15, Randolph Crescent, Edinburgh, 
aged 13, December 22. Left 1862 2 . Evans 

President of the Society of Accountants, and Fellow of the Faculty of Actuaries 
in Scotland. Of 15, Randolph Crescent, Edinburgh. Conservative Club, St. 
James. 

Wright, Christopher George, son of Mr. George Wright, 7, North Street, 
Rugby, aged 13, December 12. Left 1859 3 . Town 

A Brewer's Agent. Of 10, York Street. Rugby. 

Lowndes, Henry William Selby, son of Captain Harry W. Selby Lowndes, 
Rugby, aged 10, March 7. Left 1864 1 . Town 

A Land Agent. Died many years ago. 

Townsend, Thomas Sutton, eldest son of William Townsend, Esq., Clifton, 
Rugby, aged 10, April 16. Left 1865 1 . Town and Mayor 

M.D. J.P. for Warwickshire. Of Clifton Manor, Rugby, and 68, Queen's Gate, 
London, S.W. 

Benyon, Joseph Spencer, third son of Thomas Yate Benyon, Esq., Gledhow 
Hall, Leeds, aged 14, December 9. Left 1859 3 . Arnold 

Formerly in the 5th Lancers. Retired as Lieutenant-Colonel, 1884. Of Stukeley 
Hall, Huntingdon. Army and Navy Club. 

Tait, John Sprot, second son of Alexander Duncan Tait, Esq., Milrig 
House, Ayrshire, aged 14, November 19. Left 1858 2 . Arnold 

Lieutenant-Colonel, 12th Lancers, 1880. Retired as Colonel, 1886. J.P. and D.L. 
for Ayrshire. Of Milrig House, Kilmarnock. Army and Navy Club. 

Foster, Charles James, son of Samuel Foster, Esq., Brundall House, 
Norwich, aged 13, May 12. Left 1862 3 . Arnold 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1867, M.A. 1870. Rector of North Huish, 
Devon, 1889-96. Died in London, 18 December, 1899. 

Monro, Robert Douglas, eldest son of the late Rev. Robert Douglas 
Monro, Torquay, aged 17, February 7. Left 1859 3 . Burrows 

Wadham College, Oxford, B.A. 1862, M.A. 1866. Vicar of the Slad, Gloucester, 
1868, of St. Mark, Tollington Park, 1878. Rector of Little Munden, Herts, 
from 1894. 

Monro, Frederick John, second son of the above Rev. Robert Douglas 
Monro, aged 16, September 21. Left I860 3 . Burrows 

Wadham College, Oxford, B.A. 1865. A Solicitor in London. Of Alton House, 
59, Netherhall Gardens, Hampstead. 

Hull, Charles William, second son of the Rev. John Hull, Poulton le- 
Fyllde, Preston, aged 16, March 26. Left I860 3 . Evans 

Queen's College, Oxford, B.A., Second Class, Classics, 1864, M.A. 1869. Curate 
of East Retford, 1870. Died 1871. 

Thompson, Henry Pearse, son of Edward Thompson, Esq., Jamaica, 
aged 15, October 10. Left 1859 2 . Evans 

Of the Seville Estate, St. Anne's Bay, Jamaica. Died 1887. 

Morland, Anthony Thomas, son of George Bowes Morland, Esq., 
Abiugdon, Berks, aged 14, March 13. Left 1858 3 . Evans 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1868, M.A. 1882. Rector of Chilton, Sterenton, 
Oxon, from 1877. 



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Watney, Herbert, son of James Watney, Esq., Haling Park, Croydon, 
aged 14, December 15. Left 1862 1 . Burrows 

St. John's College, Cambridge, B A. I860, M.A. 1869, M.D. 1877. University 
Bight, 1866. Sometime House Physician at St. George's Hospital. Of Buckhold, 
Bradfield, Reading. 

Sawyer, Manfred John, son of John Sawyer, Esq., Biltou Road, Rugby, 
aged 13, January 29. Left 1861 2 . Town 

Captain, Suffolk Regiment. Army Pay Department. Served in the Soudan, 
1884-5. Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star. Hon. Major, 1881. Died at 
Galway, 13 September, 1895. 

Markham, Gervase, fifth son of the late Colonel William Markham, 
39, Upper Seymour Street, London, aged 13, February 15. 
Left 1858 2 . Arnold 

Templer, Philip Arthur, son of Francis Buller Templer, Esq., Ceylon, 
aged 11, April 4. Left 1861*. B. Smith 

Ceylon Civil Service, 1864-70. Administrator of Dominica, 1895. C.M.G. 1897. 
Died in Switzerland, 23 September, 1899. 

Gobden, George Edward, son of the Rev. Halstead Cobden, Lambley, 
Nottingham, aged 14, September 23. Mayor 

Ensign in the 30th Regiment, 1862. Lieutenant, 1865. 

Scott, John Guillum, son of Henry Scott, Esq., London Road, Croydon, 
aged 15, July 6'. Left I860 3 . Mayor 

Formerly in the 53rd Regiment. Died in London, April 1880. 

Morgan, Rees Powell, son of Rees Morgan, Esq., Brynhyfrid, Neath, 
aged 14, September 4. Left 1861 3 . Burrows 

A Solicitor at Neath. Of Brynhyfryd, Neath. 

Matthews, John Henry Dudley, only son of Charles Matthews, Esq., 
Bradninch, Devon, aged 14, October 21. Left 1862 3 . Mayor 

University College, Oxford, First Class in Classical Moderations, 1864, B.A. 1866, 
M.A. 1869. Ordained, 1868. Assistant Master at Wellington College, 1808-84. 
Headmaster of Leeds Grammar School, 1884-92. Rector of Parley, Berks, 
from 1892. 

Draper, Henry Montagu, eldest son of Henry Draper, Esq., Kenilworth. 
aged 15, July 20. Left 1863 2 . Mayor 

Lincoln College, Oxford , Scholar, 18 . Sometime Assistant Master at Cheltenham 
College. Master of a Preparatory School at Hemel Hempstead. Died 26 August, 
1900. 

Marriott, Horace Spelman, son of the late John Marriott, Esq., Norton, 
Newcastle, Staffs, aged 13, March 18. Left I860 2 . Burrows 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1866. Of Hazelhurst Ore, Sussex. J.P. Died 
7 February, 1891. 

Hull, Robert Bevan, third son of the Rev. John Hull, Poulton-le-Fyllde, 
Preston, aged 13, March 8. Left 1863 s . Evans 

Brasenose College, Oxford, Exhibitioner 1863, B.A. 1866, M.A. 1871. Vicar of All 
Saints, Northampton, 1877-99. Hon. Canon of Peterborough. Rector of 
Abington, Northants, 1899. Died 1900. 

Held, JohnTSllis, son of Robert Reid, Esq., Operto, aged 12, January 11. 
Left 1859 2 Burrows 



166 Temple, 1858-69. 



Finnis, George Oarrutliers, son of the late Ool. John Finnis, Park Green, 
Wanstead, aged 13, January 19. Left I860 3 . Burrows 

A Merchant in London. J.P. and D.L. for Tower Hamlets. Died at 13, York 
Terrace, Regents Park, 11 December, 1897. 

Sneyd, Gustavns Alfred, seventh son of the Rev. John Sneyd, Ashcombe 
Park, Leek, aged 13, June 12. Left 186 1 2 . Burrows 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1866, M.A. 1869. Rector of Chastleton, 
Moreton-in-the-Marsh, from 1879. 

Hallett, George Augustus, son of Mrs. Hallett, Bilton Road, Rugby, and 
the late Col. J. D. Hallett, aged 13, September 22. Town 

Died at School, November, I860. 

Nicholson, Henry Whalley, son of the late Henry Nicholson, Esq., 
Symington House, Homerton, aged 15, August 22. Left 
1859 3 . School 

Formerly in the 82nd Regiment. Retired as Captain, 1880. 

ENTRANCES IN APRIL, 1858. 

Milward, George, eldest son of George Milward. Esq., Lechlade Manor, 
Gloucestershire, aged 14, July 18. Left 1859 2 . Bradley 

Magdalen College, Oxford, 1861. J.P. for Gloucestershire, Worcestershire, and 
Oxon. Of The Grange, Dayton, Sheridan County, Wyoming, U.S.A. Carlton Club. 

Garforth, Digby, son of Captain Garforth, R.N., 5, Chesterfield Street, 
London, aged 15, April 22. Left ]859 3 . School 

Died, October, 1871 

Stuart, Andrew John, eldest son of the Rev. Hon. Andrew Godfrey 
Stuart, Cottesmore, Oak ham, aged 16, December 21. Left 
I860 1 . School 

Indian Civil Service, Madras, 1863. Retired 1884. Of 117, Cheriton Road West, 

Folkestone. 

Selfe, William Lucius, third son of Henry Selfe, Esq., 15, Torrington 
Square, London, aged 12, June 11. Left 1863 2 . School 

Exhibitioner, 1863. Corpus Christi College, Oxford, Scholar, 1863, First Class, 
Classical Moderations, 1865, B.A., First Class, Final Classics, 1867. Barrister- 
at-Law, Inner Temple, 1870. A County Court Judge, 1882. Knighted at the 
Diamond Jubilee, 1897. Of 48, Montagu Square, London. Athenaeum Club. 

Griffiths, Llewellyn Edward, second son of Rhys Barker Griffiths, Esq., 
Croydon, aged 12, July 20. Left 1862 s . School 

Formerly a Merchant in Calcutta, 1865-84. Of Duns Tew Manor, Oxon. 
Oriental Club. 

Gill, Thomas William, son of Joseph Gill, Esq., Brynygwalia, Oswestry, 
aged 13, July 1. Left 1861 2 . School 

Formerly in the 15th Hussars. J.P. for Denbighshire. Captain in Royal 
Montgomeryshire Militia. Died, 21 January, 1899. 

Boissier, Richard Allnutt, eldest son of the Rev. George Richard Boissier, 
Penshurst, Kent, aged 15, January 15. Left 1861 3 . School 

Christ Church, Oxford, 1873, Mus. B. 1877. Of Smart's Hill, Penshurst. 
Died, 1897. 

O'Malley, George Hunter, third son of Peter Frederick O'Malley, Esq., Q.C., 
7, Lowndes Street, London, aged 14, April 12. Left 1861 1 . School 

Colonel, late Royal Artillery. Naval and Military Club, and Radnor Club, 
Folkestone. 



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Stanley, Hon. Algernon Charles, son of Lord Stanley of Alderley, aged 
14, September 16. Left I860 3 . School 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1865, M.A. 1868. Sometime Curate at Kidder- 
minster. Afterwards joined the Church of Rome. Domestic Prelate to Leo XIII. 
and Protonotary Apostolic. Of 1, Via Giulia, Rome. New University Club. 

Home, Frederick Elidore, third son of James Thomas Home, Esq., 5. 
Grosvenor Crescent, S.W., aged 15, July 18. Left I860 2 . Arnold 

Exeter College, Oxford, B.A. 1865. Curate of Hambleden, Henley-on -Thames. 
Died, 14 December, 1867. 

Foster, Lewis Charles, sixth son of Richard Foster, Esq., Castle, Lost- 
withiel, aged 13, April 25. Left 1861A Evans 

A partner in the East Cornwall Bank. J.P. for Cornwall. Lieutenant-Colonel, 
and Hon. Colonel, 1890, Volunteer Battalion, Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry. 
V.D. Of Trevallis, Liskeard, Cornwall. 

Davies, Sidney Edmund, third son of Edmund Davies, Esq., Beryl, Wells, 
Somerset, aged 14, March 21. Left 1863 2 . Evans 

Worcester College, Oxford, B.A. 1873, M.A. 1878. Vicar of Gillingham, Dorset, 
1891. Rector of Wyke Regis, Dorset, from 1899. 

Phillips, John Henry, son of John Edward Phillips, Esq., 44, VVestbourne 
Terrace, Lcndou, aged 12, September 22. Left 1863 2 . Mayor 

On the London Stock Exchange, 1868-77. 

ENTRANCES IN AUGUST, 1858. 

Barratt, Alfred, eldest son of James Barratt. Esq., 24, Princes Street. 
Manchester, aged 14. July 12. Left 1862 3 . Blake 

Exhibitioner, 1862. Balliol College, Oxford, Scholar, 1862, Double First Class in 
Moderations, 1864, First Class in Final Classics, Mathematics, and Law amd 
Modern History, 1865-6, Fellow of Brasenose College, 1868, M.A. 1873. Barrister- 
at-Law, Lincoln's Inn. Author of " Physical Ethics," and other works. Secre- 
tary to University Commission, 1880. Died, 18 May, 1881. 

Meiklejolm, William Hope, son of Mrs. Meiklejohn, Bugby, and the late 
Rev. William Hope Meiklejohn, D.D.i aged 13, June 26. Left 
1861 1 . Town 

Major-General. K.C.B. C.M.G. Served with the 20th Bengal Infantry in the 
Hazara Campaign, 1868. Medal and Clasp. Served against the Jowaki Afridis, 
1877-8. Mentioned in despatches Served in the Afghan War, 1878-80. Medal 
and Clasp. Served in the Mahsood Wuzeeree Expedition, 1881, the Egyptian 
War, 1882. Medal and Clasp, and 4th Class Osmanieh. Engaged in the 
operation in Waziristan, 1895, and the Tirah Expedition, 1898. Brigadier- 
General commanding Second Class District in India, from 1899. Major-General. 
1900. United Service Club. 

Moilliet, Theodore, son of Theodore Moilliet. Esq., Studley, Warwick- 
shire, aged 15, October 22. Left I860 2 . Blake 
Died young. 

Willes, George Edward, son of Mrs. Arkwright, Hatton, House, Warwick, 
and the late Key. Edward Willes, aged 14, August 16. Left 1863 2 . 

School 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1868. Rector of Calverton, Stony Stratford, 
1381. J.P. for Bucks. Vicar of Burnham, Slough, 1901. Died 8 September, 1901. 

Cox, Cecil Walter, third son of the Rev. Thomas Cox, (O.K. 1811), Kimcote 
Rectory, aged 13, October 13. Left 1862 3 . Mayor 

Magdalen College, Oxford, Demy, 1862. B.A. 1867. Rector of Atherstoue-upon- 
Stour, Stratford-on-Avon, 1871. Rector of North Kilworth, Rugby, from 1901. 



168 Temple, 1858-69. 



Bischoff, Thomas William, youngest son of Charles Bischoff, Esq , London, 
aged 13, September 17. Left 1863 1 . Blake 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1868. New Inn Prizeman, 1868. Of 4, Great Winchester 
Street, London, E.G., and Long Ditton Hill, Surrey. 

Peile, Walter Octavius, seventh son of the Rev. Dr. Thomas Williamson 
Peilo, Luton, Beds, aged 13, October 23. Left 186o 3 . Evans 

Magdalen College, Oxford, Demy, 1863, B.A. 1867, M.A. 1870. Sacred Poem, 1872. 
Vicar of St. Paul, Hampstead, 1873. Rector of Candlesby, Lincolnshire, from 1896. 

Hulton, William Wilbraham Blethyn, eldest son of William Ford FTulton, 
Esq., Hulton Park, Bolton, aged U.July 31. Left 1858 3 . B. Smith 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1867. Barrister-at-Law, Middle Temple, 1869. 
J.P. and D L. for Lancashire. Of Hulton Park, Bolton. Carlton Club. 

Wise, John Charles, son of the Rev. John Wise, Leamington, aged 14, 
January 27. Left I860 2 . School 

Died before 1886. 

Partridge, Walter Henry, son of the Rev. Walter John Partridge, Caston, 
Attleborough.aged 14, April 7. Left I860 3 . School 

Christ's College; Cambridge, B.A. 1867. Rector of Caston, Attleborough, 
Norfolk, from 1886. 

Stewart, Henry Tucker, son of Mrs. Stewart, 22, Kensington Gate, 
London, aged 14, May 10. Left I860 3 . School 

Formerly in the Royal Artillery. Died. 

Nicholetts, Edward Cornwall, son of John Nicholetts, Esq., South 
Petherton, Somerset, aged 15, August 28. Arnold 

Died at School, 20 February, 1859. 

Murray, Thomas Douglas, eldest son of the Rev. Thomas Boyles Murray, 
30, Brunswick Square, London, aged 17, July 13. Left 
I860 3 . # Smith 

Exeter College, Oxford, B.A. 1864, Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 1866. Also 
at St. Paul's School. Of 34, Portland Place, London, W. 

Elmhirst, Edward Pennell, eldest son of the Rev. Edward Elmhirst, 
Shawell, Rugby, aged 13, January 7. Left 1862* Blake 

Formerly in the 9th Regiment. Retired as Captain. Anthor of^ " Experiences 
in Japan," and for many 
name of " Brooksby." Ol 



in Japan," and for many years Hunting Correspondent of The Field, under the 
~f Blisworth House, Blisworth. 



Monnington, George James, eldest son of the Rev. George Monnington, 
Bitteswell, Lutter worth, aged 14, August 7. Left 1863 s . Blake 

Exhibitioner 1863. Queen's College, Oxford, Scholar 1864, B.A. 1868, M.A. 1870. 
Curate of Aldingbourne, Chichester, 1883-7. Of 18, Morland Road, Croydon. 

Toke, Nicolas Roundell, second son of the Rev. Nicolas Toke, Godinton, 
Ashford, Kent, aged 15, July 15. Lefb I860 1 . School 

Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, B.A. 1869, M.A. 1872. In Holy Orders. 
Died about 1872. 

Wilkinson, Clennell, second son of the late Anthony Wilkinson, stepson 
of T. Poole Ward, Esq., London, aged 14, May 17. Left 1861 2 . 

School 
Formerly Captain, 12th Hussars. Naval and Military Club. 



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Davenport, Edward, third son of John Marriott Davenport, Esq., Oxford, 
aged 14, March 26. Left 1862 1 . School 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. 1866, M.A. 1870. University Eleven, 1866. In 
Holy Orders. Assistant Master at Wellington College from 1868. 

Caddell, Philip, son of the Rev. Henry Caddell, St. Peter's Vicarage, 
Colchester, aged 15, October 16. Left I860 3 . Arnold 

Formerly in the 15th Regiment. Ensign, 1862. Lieutenant, 1864. Retired, 1870. 
Died at Southsea, 1897. 

Elkington, Charles John, son of Mr. Elkingtori, Lawrence Sheriffe Street, 
Rugby, aged 12, July 15. Left 1862 3 . Town 

Of 13, High Street, Rugby. 

Johnston, David Stanley Drummond, son of Mrs. Johnston, Rugby. 
Left 1859 3 . Town and Smythies 

Formerly in the 100th Regiment. Ensign, 1863. Lieutenant, 1864. 

Allsopp, William Henry, second son of Henry Allsopp, Esq., afterwards 
Lord Hindlip, Ellerslie, Great Malvern, aged 14, November 9. 
Leftl862 3 . Blak* 

University College, Oxford, B.A. 1867, M.A. 1870. Late Major and Hon. Lieut.- 
Colonel, Worcestershire Militia. Of Hadzor House, Droitwich. Junior Carlton 
Club. 

Bradley, Charles, son of the Rev. C. Bradley, Southgate, Middlesex, aged 
13, April 11. Left 1859 2 . Blake 

Went to New Zealand. 

Thomson, Spencer Campbell, son of William Thomas Thomson, Esq., 
41, Moray Place, Edinburgh, aged 15, October 16. Left 1861. 3 

Blake 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1865. Manager of the Standard Life Assurance 
Company, Edinburgh. Of 19, Eglington Crescent, Edinburgh. 

Shaw, Edward J., son of Mrs. Shaw, Morton Terrace, Rugby, aged 11, 
December 19. Left 186 1 2 . Town 

Shaw, William S., son of the above Mrs. Shaw, aged 9, October 11. 
Left 1858 3 . Town 

Anwylj Thomas Lloyd, nephew of Isaac Gilbertson, Eryl Arran, Bala, 
aged 15, August 26. Left 1861 2 . Mayor 

Of Hengal, Corris, Merioneth. Died " many years ago." 

Lyon, George, only son of Matthew Lyon, Esq., Forebridge, Stafford, 
aged 14, April 19. Left 1862 2 . B. Smith 

Trinity College. Oxford, B.A. 1868, M.A. 1870. Admitted a Solicitor, 1868. 
Of 126 Belgrave Road, London, S,W. 

Ashton, William Francis, son of Thomas Ashton, Esq., Birnam, Dunkeld, 
aged 15, July 25. Left 1862 2 . Evans 

Formerly in the 36th Regiment. Died at Brighton, July, 1891. 

Osborne, John Spencer Follett, son of John Osborne, Esq., Battersea 
House, Battersea, aged 13, July 2. Left 1861 3 . Mayor 

Lieutenant, 31st Regiment. Retired, 1868. 
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Case, Thomas, second son of Robert Case, Esq., 53, Inverness Terrace, 
London, aged 14, July 14. Left 1863 3 . Mayor 

Balliol College, Oxford, First Class, Classical Moderations, 1865, First Class, 
Final Classics, 1867, B.A., Fellow of Brasenose College, 1868, M.A. 1871, Fellow of 
Corpus, 1882, Professor of Moral Philosophy, 1889, Fellow of Magdalen, 1890. 
University Eleven, 1864-5-6. Of Beam Hall, Oxford. 

Hamilton, William, son of William Hamilton, Esq., Minard, Glasgow, 
aged 15, June 1. Left 1862 2 . Evans 

Sometime in China. Afterwards a Coffee Planter in India. Of the Rookwood 
Estate, Nellakolla, Nilgiris, Madras, 1902. 

Hamilton, George, son of the above William Hamilton, Esq., aged 13, 
November 24. Left 1862 2 . ' Evans 

Sometime in Japan. In New York, 1902. 

King, Cecil Henry Ooyle, son of W. J. King, Esq., Benhurst, Croydon, 
aged 14, July 14. Left I859 2 . B. Smith 

Welchman, Frederick Robert, son of Robert Frederick Welchman, Esq., 
Southam, aged 13, July 21. Left 1861 2 . B. Smith 

A Solicitor at Lowestoft, Suffolk. 

Blackett, Frederick Arthur, son of Sir Edward Blackett, Bart., Matfen 
Hall, Newcastle, aged 12, June 16. Left 1859 3 . Evans 

Lieutenant, R.N. Lost in the Atalanta, 1879. 

Robertson, George Pringle, third son of William Robertson, Esq., Colack, 
Yictoria, aged 15, August 23. Left 1862 3 . B. Smith 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. 1866. University Eleven, 1864. Of Colack, 
Victoria. Died, 1895. 

Donaldson, Alexander Leathes, son of the Rev. John William Donaldson, 
D.D., Cambridge, aged 16, May 20. Left 1859 3 . School 

London University. Admitted a Solicitor, 1865. Afterwards a Barrister at 
Singapore, till 1895. Of Hollam House, Titchfield, Hants. 

Rutter, Richard Woodd, son of John Simpson Rutter, Esq., Wolver- 
hampton, aged 14, February 3. Left 1861 3 . B. Smith 

Formerly a Solicitor at Wolverhampton. 

Llewellyn, Raymond, son of General Llewellyn, 3, Bryanston Place, 
London, aged 15, December 22. Left I860 3 . Arnold 

Organizing Secretary, Bucks Conservative Association. Died on the way from 
an Election Meeting, 1886. 

Gribbs, James Ruddle, son of James Gibbs, Esq., Clifton, Bristol, aged 15, 
May 18. Left I860 3 . Arnold 

Formerly in the 6th Royal Warwickshire Regiment. Retired as Lieutenant- 
Colonel, 1884. Died 30th January, 1897. 

Marshall) Charles, son of James Marshall, Esq., 52, Hamilton Terrace, 
St. John's Wood, aged 15, February 20. Left 1862 2 . Arnold 

A Brewer in London. Hambleton House, Putney. 

Edwardes, Lewis, son of David Edwardes, Esq., 13, Great Russell Street, 
London, aged 11, June 11. Left 1862 s . Arnold 

Mostyn, William Eccles, son of the Rev. George Thornton Mostyn, 
52, Welbeck Street, London, aged 15, Nov. 27- Left I860 3 . Arnold 

Captain, 24th Regiment. Killed at Isandula in the Zulu War, January, 1878. 



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Thompson. Richard Phillips, son of R. Thompson, Esq., Barn Hill, 
Stamford, aged 14, May 24. Left 1862 3 . Arnold 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1866, M.A. 1872. Formerly a Solicitor at 
Stamford, Lincplnshire. 

Thomas, Henry Evan Patishall, third son of the Rev. William Jones 
Thomas, Newcastle Court, Kington, Herefordshire, aged 16, 
May 17. Left I860 3 . B. Smith 

Lieutenant-Colonel, East Yorkshire Regiment, 1889. Retired. 

Teage, William Roope, fifth son of Nicholas Dixon Laud Teage, Esq., 
5, Palace Road, Streatham, aged 14, November 10. Left I860 3 . 

B. Smith 
Of 14, Berkeley Street, Piccadilly, London, W. 

Pomeroy, William Knox, second son of the Rev. Hon. Arthur William 
Pomeroy, Dromore Rectory, Ireland, aged 15, May 28. Left 
1861 3 . ' B. Smith 

Brasenose College, Oxford, B.A. 1865. Of St. Angelo, Ballycassidy, Co. Fermanagh. 

Lowndes, Charles William Selby, eldest son of the Rev. Charles William 
Selby Lowndes, North Crawley, Bucks, aged 15, September 20. 
Left 186P. B. Smith 

Formerly Major, Princess Louise's Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. Retired 
as Lieutenant-Colonel, 1890. Of North Crawley, as above, and Bexhill, Sussex. 

Litton, Henry, son of Mrs. Litton, Thelwall, Warrington, aged 15, 
June 16. Leftl859 3 . Mayor 

Formerly a Solicitor in London. 

Baylis, Edgar Alexander, son of Alexander J. Baylis, Esq., 44, Torrington 
Square, London, aged 15, August 22. Left I860 2 . Mayor 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1864. Guildhall, London, E.G. 

Maddison, Arthur Roland, sixth son of George Wilson Maddison, Esq., 
(O.R. 1810).Partney, Spilsby, aged 15, July 26. Left 1 862 3 . Burrows 

Merton College, Oxford, Exhibitioner 1863, B.A. 1867, M.A. 1870. F.S.A. Minor 
Canon of Lincoln Cathedral, from 1875. 

Yarde, Walter Broad Stocker, only son of Mrs. Yarde, Rugby, and the 
late Walter George Yarde, Esq , aged 12, April 27. Left 
1865 3 ' Town and Wilson 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. 1870, M.A. 1872. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's I nn 
1877. One of H.M. Inspectors of Schools, from 1875. Of Marston Wood, near 
Stafford. 

Lock, Charles Henry Wilson, son of Mrs. Lock, 7, Devonshire Terrace, 
London, aged 14. October 1. Left I860 2 . Burrows 

Cobham, Claude Delaval, third son of Thomas Cobham, Esq., Marley 
Lodge, Exmouth, aged 16, June 30. Left 1861 3 . Burrows 

Exhibitioner 1861. University College, Oxford, Scholar 1862, B.A. 1866, M.A. 
and B.C.L. 1868. Ordained Deacon, but availed himself of the Disabilities 
Removal Act in 1879. H.M. Commissioner at Larnaca, Cyprus, from 1879. 

Johns, Charles Henry, son of the Rev. Charles Alexander Johns, Callipers 
Hall, Rickmans worth, aged 13, October 13. Left 1862 3 . Smythies 
Oriel College, Oxford, 1863. Afterwards Trinity College, Dublin, B.A. 



172 Temple, 1858-69. 



Markham, Frederick, son of Mr. Markham, Market Place, Rugby, aged 12, 
August 26. Left I860 2 . Town 

In business at Darlington. Died there, 1894. 

Llewellyn, "William, eldest son of Llewellyn Llewellyn, Esq., Yuispen 
Lluch. Swansea, aged 14, October 31. Left I860 2 . Arnold 

Formerly in the 16th Regiment. Retired, 1868. An Inspector of Schools, Science 
and Art Department, South Wales District, 1895. Of Minsterworth Court, 
Gloucester. 

Henzell, Frederick Thomas, ward of John Day, Esq., Newcastle-on-Tyne, 
aged 15, August 28. Arnold 

Haslam, Samuel, second son of Mrs. Haslam, Rugby, and the late Rev. 
John Fearby Haslam, aged 13, April 8. Left 1864 3 . Town- 

Exhibitioner, 1864. St. John's College, Cambridge, Scholar, 1864, B.A., 12th in 
First Class, Classical Tripos, 1868. Assistant Master at Uppingham, from 1869. 
Of Brooklauds, Uppiugham. 

Brocklebank, Richard, son of Ralph Brocldebank, Esq., Annesley, 
Aigburth, aged 15, November 17. Left I860 2 . B. Smith 

Resident at Malvern. 

Scott, Albert Edward, son of James Scott, Esq., Horsham, Sussex, aged 
13, June 9. Left I860 3 . B. Smith 

Died at Grahamstown, South Africa. 

ENTRANCES IN OCTOBER, 1858. 

Staples-Browne, Frederick John, only son of the late Richard Thomas 
Staples- Browne, Tong Priory, Shifnal, Salop, aged 13 November 1. 
Left I860 3 . School 

Barrister-at-Law, Middle Temple, 1871. J.P, for Oxon. Of Bampton, Oxon. 

Crompton, Henry Dickinson, son of Dickinson W. Gromplon, Esq., 17, 
Temple Row, Birmingham, aged 14, March 6. Left 1862 2 . School 

Formerly a Solicitor in Birmingham. Of 59, Branfoot Road. Edgbaston. 

Scott, Walter Folliott, eldest son of the Rev. Dr. Robert Scott, Master of 
Balliol College, Oxford, aged 14, October 7. School 

Christ Church, Oxford, B.A. 1866, M.A. 1870. Vicar of St. Jude's, Peckham, 
1887-96. Chaplain of St. Andrew's, Dunmore Park, Stirlingshire, from 1901. 

Bovell, Edmund, son of Mrs. Bovell, 34, Gloucester Terrace, London, aged 
16, September 8. Left I860 2 . School 

Hoskins, James Thornton, only son of George Alexander Hoskins, Esq , 
10, Gloucester Square, London, aged 13, February 13. Left 1864 3 . 

Blake 
Oriel College, Oxford, B.A. 1868, M.A. 1871. Reform Club. 

Binney, Stewart Bayley, younger son of William Scott Binney, Esq., 37, 
Bryanston Square, London, aged 13, May 17. Left 1863 3 . Blake 
University College, Oxford, 1863. Of 10, Queen's Gate Place, London, S.W. 

Skipper, Frederick, son of Charles Skipper, Esq., 28, Russell Square, 
London, aged 13, June 23. Left 186 1 1 . Mayor 



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Candy, Henry Augustus, son of Charles Candy, Esq., Wellfield, Stretbon, 
Surrey, aged 15, April 20. Left 1859 3 . B. Smith 

Late Captain, 9th Lancers. Of Somerby Grove, Oakham. Maryborough Club. 

Mansfield, Thomas, son of Thomas Mansfield, Esq., 26, Aberbrombie 
Place, Edinburgh, aged 15, February 18. Lett 186 1 3 . Evans 

A Chartered Accountant at Edinburgh. Died about 1890. 

Chater, Yernor, son of George Chater, Esq., Frognall, Hampstead, aged 16, 
April 7. Left I860 3 . Evans 

Gazetted to the 91st Highlanders, 1864. Colonel commanding Argyll and 
Sutherland Highlanders, 1889-93, Aide-de-Camp to the Marquis of Lome in 
Canada, 1878. Served in the Zulu War, 1879. Medal and Clasp. Retired 1899. 
Naval and Military Club. 

Middleton, Joseph, son of James Middleton, Esq., Woodlands, Harrogate, 
aged 15, December 22. Left 1859 3 . Burrows 

Roughton, Wentworth, son of the Rev. Wentworth Roughton, Harrovvden 
Vicarage, Northants, aged 14, April 21. Left 186L 3 . Burrows 

Lloyd, Edward Wynell Mayow, son of Mrs. Girdlcstone, Weston-super- 
Mare, and the late Lieub.-Colonel E. S. Lloyd, aged 13, March 19. 
Left 1864 3 . Mayor 

Exhibitioner 1864. St. John's College, Cambridge, Scholar, 1864, B.A., Second 
Class, Classical Tripos, and Senior Optime, 1868, M.A. 1872. Assistant Master at 
Marlborough, 1868-76 Master of a Preparatory School, Hartford House, 
Winchfield, Hants. 

ENTRANCES IN FEBRUARY, 1859. 

Fendred, Samuel, son of Mrs. Pendred, North Street, Rugby, aged 13, 
December 4. Left I860 1 . Town 

A Baptist Minister. Of Chishall Manse, Roystou, Herts. 

Hay, Edward Owen, eldest son of Admiral James Beckford Lewis Hay, 
R.N., Rugby, aged 13, October 24. Lefb 1862 3 . Town 

Colonel, Royal Artillery. Served in the Egyptian War, 1882, and present at 
Tel-el-Kebir. Despatches and Brevet of Major. Medal with Clasp, 4th Class 
Medjidie, and Khedive's Star. Of Culverlaiids, Woking. United Service Club. 

Ladkin, John Welch, son of Mr. W. Ladkin, Bilton Road, Rugby, aged 11, 
November 13. Left 1863 2 . Town 

Formerly in business at Darlington. Of 143, The Bowery, New York. 

Wood, Horatio James, son of Dr. Wood, East Sheen, London, aged 15, 
June 17. Left I860 3 . School 

Emigrated to New Zealand, 1861. Took up land, and afterwards edited a paper, 
1879. Died, 13 December, 1891. 

Sharp, William Hey, second son of Dr. William Sharp, Horton House, 
Rugby, aged 13, September 21. Left 186 3 . Town 

Exhibitioner 1864. Lincoln College, Oxford, Scholar, 1864, B.A. 1868, M.A. 1871. 
In Holy Orders. Warden of St. Paul's College, Darlington, Sydney, from 1878. 
Canon of Sydney Cathedral, 1884. 

Holland, Robert, son of Mrs. Holland, Hillmorton Road, Rugby, and the 
late John Holland, aged 12, September 30. Left 1864 3 . Town 

Died, 1880. 



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Holland, Mordaunt M'Clennon, son of the above Mrs. Holland, aged 11, 
January 27. Left 1859 2 . Town 

In the Indian Police Department. Died, 1874. 

Dakyns, Thomas Arnold, son of Thomas Henry Dakyns, Esq., Rugby, 
aged 12, February 7. Left 1866 1 . Town 

Of Portland, Oregon. U.S.A. 

Smith, Rupert Turberville, son of E. F. Smith, Esq., Trindle House, 
Dudley, aged 13, November 6. Left 1863 2 . Burrows 

Director of Birmingham District and Counties Bank. Of Tettenhall, Wolver- 
hampton. 

Owen, George Seymour, son of the Rev. Lewis Welsh Owen, Colchester, 
aged 14, August 6. Left 1862 3 . Smythies 

Lawrence, Alfred James, son of Mr. William Lawrence, Rugby, aged 12, 
February '9. Left 1862 3 . Town 

Bookseller and Printer to the School. Publisher of this and previous Editions of 
the School Register, and of several works relating to the School. 

Robinson, George, son of Mr. David Robinson, Brownsover, Rugby, aged 
14, December 7. Left I860 2 . Town 

Lawrence, Arthur Henry, son of Mr. Henry Lawrence, 41, Lawrence 
Sheriffe Street, Rugby, aged 8, April 23. Left 1867 1 . Town 

Entered the Army. Died at Fyzabad, 2 December, 1878, 

Jeayes, Walter Farquhar, second son of Mr. Luke Jeayes, North Street, 
Rugby, aged 11, October 9. Left 1862 3 . Town 

Died 28 March, 1887. 

Jeayes, Isaac Herbert, third son of the above Mr. Luke Jeayes, aged 8, 
May 8. Left 1867 2 . Town 

Assistant Librarian MSS. Department, British Museum, from 1875. 

Edmunds, Edward Nixon, son of Mrs. Edmunds, Rugby, and the late 
Joseph Edmunds, aged 11, March 1. Left 1862 3 . Town 

An Insurance Broker at Lloyds. Of 23, Birchin Lane, London, E.G. 

Moberly, George Ernest, son of William Moberly, Esq., 28, Great 
Winchester Street, London, aged 12, May 1. Left 1863 3 . Town 
Of Cottesmore, Tuddenham Road, Ipswich. 

Oldham, Charles James, son of James Oldham, Esq., 53, Norfolk Square, 
Brighton, aged 14, January 22. Left 18633. School 

F.R.C.S. Of 38, Brunswick Square, Brighton. 

Butler, Thomas Dacres, son of Lieut. -Col. Thomas Butler, Bury Lodge, 
Hambledon, Hants, aged 13, October 3. Left 1862 2 . B. Smith 

Late Captain, 52nd Light Infantry. Barrister -at-Law, Inner Temple, 1885. 
J.P. for Hants. Secretary to the Lord Great Chamberlain of England. Of Bury 
Lodge, Hambledon, Hants. 

Goodricke, George Edward, son of Sir Francis Goodricke, Bart., Studley 
Castle, Bromsgrove, aged 14, November 3. Left I860 5 . School 
Succeeded his brother as third Baronet, 1883. Died, Augus-t, 1888. 



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Wight, Edgar, eldest son of James Lane Wight, Esq , 52, Netting Hill 
Square, London, aged 13, April 9. Left 1861 2 . Blake 

Wadham College, Oxford, B.A. 1867, M.A. 1872. Barrister-at-Law, Middle 
Temple, 1871. Member of the firm of John Mill and Co., 8, Duke Street, 
St James, S.W. 

Sidgwick, Charles, son of J. B. Sidgwick, Esq., Riddlesden, Keighley, 
aged 13, August 10. Left 186 1 3 . School 

A Millowner. Of High Street, Skipton, and Lindsay House, Branksome Park, 
Bournemouth. 

Hockin, Charles Francis, son of William Hockin, Esq , Trnro, aged 15, 
July 10. Left 1861 s . School 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1867. Solicitor to the London and North-Western Railway 
Company, from 1872. Of Fairfield, Connaught Road, Harlesden, London, N.W. 

Marsden, Frederick John, eldest son of Colonel Frederick Charleton 
Marsdeti, C.B., Cheltenham, aged 14, December 31. Left 
1859 3 . School 

Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1868. Chief Magistrate at Calcutta. J.P. for 
Essex. Of Colne House, Earl's Colne, Essex. 

Armitage, George Dowker, second son of George Armitage, Esq., 
Miln abridge House, Huddersfield, aged 13, October 25. Left 
1863 2 . Evans 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1868, M.A. 1872. Rector of Broughton Astley, 
Lutterworth, from 1878. 

Square, William, son of William Square, Esq , Plymouth, aged 14 
August 10. Left 1861 2 . Blake 

M.B.C.8. Practised at Plymouth. 

Reeves, William Maunsell, third son of Mrs. Reeves, Cork, and the late 
W. M. Reeves, Esq., aged 15. October 6. Left 1861 2 . Blake 

A China Merchant. Of Ebbisham House, Epsom. 

Nonis, Charles Edwin, son of Charles Wallace Norris, Esq., Wood House, 
Halifax, aged 14, August 17. Left I860 3 . Smythies 

Liggins, Henry Joseph, son of Henry Liggins, Esq., 3, Ladbroke Square, 
London, aged 13, August 8. Left 1862 3 . Burrows 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1870. Of 13, New Inn, Strand, London. 

Salt, Frederick, son of John Salt, Esq., 29, Gordon Square, London, 
aged 13, February 28. School 

Died at School, 16 May, 1864. A tablet to his memory is in the School Chapel. 

Witts, George Backhouse, son of the Rev. Edward Francis Witts, Upper 
Slaughter Rectory, Stow-in-the-Wold, aged 12. September 24. 
Left 1863 1 . School 

A Civil Engineer. J.P. for Gloucestershire- Author of an Archaeological Hand- 
book to that County. Of Hill House, Leckhampton, near Cheltenham. 

Rhoades, Theodore Hugh Gough, son of Mrs. Rhoades, Rugby, and the 
late Rev. James Peter Rhoades, aged 12, August 22. Left 1862 3 . 

Town 

Ensign, 22nd Regiment, 1867. Lieutenant, 1871. Died 26 February, 1876. 



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Winslow, Lyttleton Stewart, son of Forbes S. Winslow, Esq., 23, Caven- 
dish Square, London, aged 15, January 31. Left 1861 2 . Arnold 

Downing College, Cambridge, LL B. 1866, LL.D. 1871, M.R. 1871. Has taken 
the name of FORBES-WINSLOW. Of 23, Cavendish Square, London. 

Shuttleworth, Alfred, eldest son of Joseph Shuttleworth, Esq., Lincoln, 
aged 15, May 29. Left 1861 2 . Arnold 

J.P. and D.L. for Lincolnshire. High Sheriff, 1889. Of Eastgate House, Lincoln. 
White's Club. 

de Hamel, Egbert, son of Felix de Hamel, Esq., Church Street, Stoke 
Newington, aged 14 November 17. Left 1859 3 . Arnold 

Of Middleton Hall, Tamworth. 

Hood, John Shapland Elliot Cockburn, eldest son of Thomas Cockburn 
Hood, Esq., Australia, aged 15, January 16. Left '1862 3 . Arnold 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1867, M.A. 1883. University Eleven, 1866-7. 
Has taken the name of COCKBXJBN HOOD. Vicar of Kirkby Fleetham, Bedale, 
Yorkshire, from 1875. 

Lambert, Edward Tyley, son of Thomas Lambert, Esq., 39, Russell Square, 
London, aged 14, December 21. Left 1862 3 . Arnold 

Springfield, George Osborne, son of Osborne Springfield, Esq., Catton, 
Norwich, aged 15, December 21. Left I860 3 . Arnold 

Formerly of Erpingham, Norfolk. 

Fell, Roland Acklom, son of the Rev. Thomas Fell (O.R. 1823), Sheepy, 
Atherstone, aged 14, March 2. Left 1862 3 . Mayor 

St. Peter's College, Cambridge, Scholar, 1864, B.A. 1868. Curate of Hove, 
Brighton, 1871. Died, June, 1872. 

Banister, Charles Athol Henry, son of George Banister, Esq., India, aged 
13, August 24. Left 1861 2 . Mayor 

Cornet, 19th Hussars, 1864. Died at Kohat, India, October, 1869. 

Evans, William Henry, son of William Evans, Esq., 7, Marine Terrace, 
Herne Bay, aged 15, December 17. Left 1861 3 . B. Smith 

Caius College, Cambridge, B.A. 1866. 

Cook, Arthur Bott, son of Arthur Bott Cook, Esq., 38, Connaught Square, 
London, aged 13, August 12. Left 1863 3 . Mayor 

Trinity College, Cambridge, LL.B. 1868, LL.D. 1871. Barrister-at-Law, Inner 
Temple, 1871. Lieutenant-Colonel, Oxfordshire Militia. Died, 6 March, 1899. 

Loyd, Lewis Haig, son of Mrs. Loyd, 3, Goldsmid Road, Brighton, and the 
late Thomas Kirkman Loyd, aged 14, March 28. Left 1863 3 . Evans 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1867, MA. 1870. Rector of Orlingbury, 
Northants, 1895-99. Of 4, Grange Gardens, Eastbourne. New University Club. 

Page, Henry Homer, son of the Rev. Luke Flood Page, Woolpit Rectory, 
Suffolk, aged 14, December 16. Left 1861 3 . Evans 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1866, M.A. 1869. Rector of Woolpit, 1871. 
Died about 1896. 

Newill, Joseph Henry, son of Henry Newill, Esq., India, aged 14, 
September 12. Left 1863 2 . Burrows 

Formerly Cornet, 2nd Dragoon Guards, 1865-68. Madras Staff Corps, 1868. 
Lieutenant-Colonel, 1899. Indian Political Department, 1878-99, serving in 
Hyderabad, Gwalior, &c. United Service Club. 



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Evans, George, son of George Evans, Esq., Edgbaston, Birmingham, 
aged 13, February 25. Left 1862 2 . Mayor 

M.B., Edinburgh, 1871. F.R.C.S. Of 14, Temple Row, Birmingham. 

Shnte, Arthur Roch, son of Thomas Shute, Esq., Watford, Herts, aged 14, 
January 19. Evans 

Accidentally drowned while bathing at Swifts, Rugby, 29 May, 1860. 

Hanbliry, Robert William, eldest son of Robert Hanbury, Esq , Bole Hall, 
Tamworth, aged 13, February 24. Left j864 2 . ' S. Smith 

Exhibitioner 1864. Corpus Christi College, Oxford, Scholar 1864-9. J.P. and 
D.L. for Cos Stafford, Derby, and Warwick. Captain, Stafford Yeomanry, 
1873-80, Hon. Colonel, 5th Lancashire Artillery Volunteers, 1885. M.P. for 
Tamworth, 1872-8, for North Staffordshire, 1878-80, for Preston from 1885. 
Financial Secretary to the Treasury, 1895. President of Board of Agriculture, 
1900. Ham Hall, Ashbourne, Derbyshire. Carlton. Club. 

Hazeldine, John Rowland Lovell, son of John Hazeldine, Esq., Morton 
Villa, Shrewsbury, aged 15, December 29. Left 1861 2 . B. Smith 

Barrister-at-Law, Middle Temple, 1873. A Mine Owner. J.P. for Carnarvonshire. 
Died December, 1891. 

Kidgway, John, son of Edward John Ridgway, Esq., Hanley, Staffordshire, 
aged 15, November 4. Left 1861 3 . " B. Smith 

J.P. for Staffordshire. Of the Grange, North Rode, Congleton. 

Buchanan, Henry Brian, sixth son of the Rev. Alexander Buchanan, 
Hales Hall, Salop, aged 14, February 2. Left 1861 3 . B. Smith 
Formerly in the Rifle Brigade. Retired as Lieutenant-Colonel, 1884. 

Emmett, George Edward, son of John Emmett, Esq., Craven Lodge, 
Halifax, aged 15, July 29. Left 186 1 1 . Smythies 

Formerly a Solicitor at Halifax. 

Wilson, Robert Bedford Wallis, eldest son of Lady Wilson, 130, Park 
Street, London, and the late Sir Bedford Wilson, K.O.B., aged 14, 
June 25. Left 1861 3 . Arnold 

Formerly in the 15th Hussars, 1863-7. Of Thirlmere, Leamington. Arthur's 
Club. 

Tritton, Joseph Herbert, son of Joseph Tritton, Esq., Bloomfield, Norwood, 
Surrey, aged 14, September 5. Left 1862 2 . Smythies 

F.R.G.S. Chairman, General Steam Navigation Company. Of Lyons Hall, 
Great Leighs, Chelmsford, and 36, Queen's Gate Gardens, London, S.W. 

Tritton, Charles Ernest, son of the above Joseph Tritton, Esq., aged 13, 
September 4. Left 1862 2 . Smythies 

Trinity Hall, Cambridge, B.A. 1869. Banker in London. M.P. for Norwood 
Division of Lambeth, from 1892. Of Bloomfield, Norwood. Carlton Club. 

Garnett, Richard Craven, son of John Garnett, Esq., Stoke, Nantwich, 
aged 15, February 28. Left 1861 3 . Mayor 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1866, M.A. 1869. Rector of Delamere, Cheshire, 
1873-89. Vicar of Settle, Yorkshire, 1889. Rector of Salwarpe, Droitwich, from 
1901. 

Newman, Humphrey, son of George Newman, Esq., 7, Queen Square, Bath, 
aged 14, February 19. Left 1861 3 . Smythies 

Ensign, 6th Regiment, 1863. 
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Colmore, Thomas Milnes, eldest son of Thomas Colmore, Esq., Sheldon 
House, Birmingham, aged 14, January 13. Left 1863 2 . School 

Brasenose College, Oxford, B.A. 1867. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1869. 
Recorder of Warwick, 1882. Stipendiary Magistrate for Birmingham, 1888. Of 
The Warren, Knowle, Birmingham. New University Club. 

Kennedy, James Walter John, son of Mrs. Kennedy, Rugby, and the late 
Rev. George John Kennedy, Assistant Master, aged 11, Dec. 20. 

Town 

An Architect. Of 70, Westbourne Park, London, W. 

ENTRANCES IN APRIL, 1859. 

Tait, Charles William Adam, second son of the Rev. William 'Fait, Rugby, 
aged 12, April 20. Left 1865 2 . Town 

Exhibitioner, 1865. Queen's College, Oxford, Scholar, 1865, B.A. 1870, M.A. 1874. 
Assistant Master at Clifton College. 

Woodrooffe, Charles, son of the Rev. Thomas Woodrooffe, Alton, Hants, 
aged 13, May 21. Left 1861 2 . School 

Emmanuel College, Cambridge, B.A. 1868. 

Stogdon, John Cole, only son of John Stogdon, Esq., Exeter, aged 14, 
February 10. Left I860 3 . School 

Pembroke College. Oxford, B.A. 1865, M.A. 1869. Admitted a Solicitor, 1869. 
Of 2, Clement's Inn, London, W.C. 

Wainwright, John Stanfell, son of Henry Marcy Wainwright, Esq., 
Dudley, aged 14. June 14. Left 1859 3 . Smythies 

Levick, Herbert, son of James Levick, Esq., Epsom, Surrey, aged 14, 
June 7. Left I860 3 . Smythies 

Formerly in business at Sydney, New South Wales, and died there, 25 May, 1883. 

Bruce, William Conybeare, eldest son of the Rev. William Bruce, St. 
Nicholas, Cardiff, aged 14, September 8. Left 1863 3 . School 

University College, Oxford, B.A. 1866, M.A. 1872. F.R.A.S. Vicar of Rojiet, 
Newport, Monmouthshire, 1901. Canon of Llandaff Cathedral and Archdeacon 
of Monmouth, from 1885. 

Mair. John George, son of George James John Mair, Esq., 41, Upper 
Bedford Place, London, aged 15, September 5. Left I860 2 . B. Smith 

A Civil Engineer. Assumed the additional name of RUMLEY, 1884. Member of 
the Institute of Civil Engineers, &c. Of 43, Palace Court, London, W. 

Walker, Henry Bruce, third son of James O. Walker, Esq., 16, Norfolk 
Crescent, London, aged 13, May 31. Left 1863 3 . School 

In service of Oriental Bank, in China and Japan. Died in London, 1888. 

Evans, Frederic Rawlins, eldest son of Isaac Pearson Evans, Esq., Griff, 
Nuneaton, aged 16. June 1. Left 1861 3 . Arnold 

Exeter College, Oxford, B.A. 1864, M.A. 1868. University Eleven, 1863-4-5. 
Rector of Bedworth, Nuneaton, from 1876. 

Cleoburey, John, son of Thomas Mortimer Cleoburey, Esq., Acton. 
Middlesex, aged 13, May 27. Left 1859 3 . Arnold 

Formerly a Solicitor. 

Hudson, George Bickersteth, son of the Rev. Thomas Dawson Hudson, 
(O.R. 1817), Frogmore Lodge, Ware, Herts, aged 14, March 16. 
Left 1863 3 . B. Smith 

Exeter College, Oxford, B.A. 1868, M.A. 1871. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 
1872. J.P. and D.L. for Herts. M.P. for North Herts from 1892. Of Frogmore 
Hall, Hertford. Carlton Club. 



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Whittington, Thomas, son of the late Thomas Whittington, Esq., 
Swainswick, Bath, aged 14, December 8. Left 1861 2 . Arnold 

Resident at Swainswick, Bath. 

Evans, Walter Pearson, son of Isaac Pearson Evans, Esq., Griff, Nuneaton, 
aged 13, December 18. Left 1862 2 . Arnold 

Cirencester Agricultural College, 1862. Estate and Mining Agent. Of Caldwell, 
Nuneaton. 

iYTarkham, Charles William, son of Arthur Bayley Markham, Esq., 
Northampton, aged 15, September 15. Left 186 1 2 . Smyfhies 

Hartley, James Francis, son of the late James Hartley, Esq., Fairy Hall, 
Eltham. Kent, aged 15, February 28. Left I860 2 . Smythies 

Boden, Charles John, son of Henry Boden, Esq., Litchurch Grange, Derby, 
aged 13, October 21. Left 1864 3 . Burrows 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1871. Rector of Morley, Derby, from 1883. 

Trower, Henry William, son of Henry Trower, Esq., Castle Thorpe, 
Stoney Stratford, aged 14, June 13. Left 1862 3 . Burrows 

Jesus College, Cambridge, B.A. 1866. Curate of Bexley, Maidstone, 1882-96. 
Of Old Wolverton Park, Bucks. 

Lee, Arthur, son of Henry Lee, Esq., Balham, Surrey, aged 13, March 8. 
Leftl863 3 . Mayor 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1869. Of Westfield House, Lewes. Junior Carlton Club. 

Bowman, William Rawson, son of William Bowman, Esq., South Hill 
Koad, Toxteth, Liverpool, aged 14, March 14. Left 1861 3 . B. Smith 

A Merchant in New York. 

Grililleiliard, Arthur George, son of Mrs. Guillemard, Eltham, Kent, 
aged 13, December 18. Left 1864 3 . Arnold 

Formerly a Solicitor. Of 20, Whitehall Place, London, and Eltham, Kent. 

ENTRANCES IN SEPTEMBER, 1859. 

Robinson, William Bryan, son of Mr. William .Robinson, High Street, 
Rugby, aged 9, March 12. Left 1865 3 . Town 

In business at Bedford until 1901. 

Phillips, Henry, son of Mr. Henry Phillips, 6, Market Place, Rugby, 
aged 9, October 20. Left 1868 2 . Town 

St. John's College, Cambridge, B A. 1872, M.A. 1877. Assistant Master, Clifton 
College, 1874. Assistant Master, High School, Newcastle, Staffordshire, from 1875. 

Adams, George Hill, son of Mrs. Adams, Bilton Road, Rugby, and the 
late Rev. George Adams, aged 13, December 4. Left 1864 3 . Town 

St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1870. Ordained Deacon, 1870. Residing in 
Brussels, 1902. 

Bill, William, son of Mrs. Bill, Clifton Road, Rugby, aged 12, February 4. 
Left I860 5 . Town 

In the service of the Midland Railway Company. Address, Massingham, 
Norfolk. 

Mason, Thomas, son of Mr. William Mason, Albert Street, Rugby, aged 10, 
February 19. Left I860 2 . Town 

In the "Advertiser" Office, Rugby. Accidentally drowned, 17 June, 1895. 



180 Temple, 1858-69. 

Drake, Charles Frederick Tyrwhitt, son of Mrs. Drake, Rugby, and the 
late Col. William Tyrwhitt Drake, aged 13, Jan. 2. Left I860 1 . 

Town 

Afterwards at Wellington College. Trinity College, Cambridge, 1866, F.R G.S. 
He was the first to explore the Desert of El Tih, 1870, and was well known as a 
traveller in the East. Died at Jerusalem, 23 June, 1874. A volume of his papers 
has been published, with a memoir. 

Eraser, Henry Alexander, son of Mrs. Fraser, Rugby, aged 13, June 30. 
Left 1862 3 . Town 

Colonel, 33rd Regiment. Served in the Abyssinian War, 1867-8, and present at 
the storming of Magdala. Medal. Commanded the 1st South Lancashire, and 
the 2nd Royal Berkshire Regiments. Died, 1900. 

Chamberlain, James Slade ffoster, son of the Rev. Thomas ffoster Cham- 
berlain, Rufford, Ormskirk, aged 13, July 9. Left 1865 3 . Arnold 

Exhibitioner, 1865. St. John's College, Cambridge, Exhibitioner, 1866, B.A. 
16th Wrangler, 1869, M.A. 1872. Rector of Staplehurst, Kent, from 1893. 

Browne> William Henry, son of Lieut.-Col. Browne, Rugby, aged 14, 
May 16. Left 1861 3 . Town 

Gazetted to Bengal Infantry, 1861. Captain, Bengal Staff Corps, 1874, Major, 
1881, Lieutenant-Colonel, 1887. Served in the Umbeyla Campaign. 1873, Medal 
with Clasp, and the Affghan War, 1878-9. Medal. East India United'Service Club. 

Eyton, Robert Henry, second son of Thomas Campbell By ton, Esq., By ton, 
Salop, aged 13, December 7. Left 1863 3 . B. Smith 

Turner, Dawson Palgrave, only son of Mrs. Turner, Rugby, and the late 
Gurney Turner, aged 13, December 15. Left 1863 1 . Town 

Formerly in the 47th Regiment. Played football for England, 1871-75. Of Park 
Cottage, Esher. 

Venables, Rowland George, only son of Mrs. Venables, Rugby, and the 
late Rev. Joseph George Venables, aged 13, January 18. Left 
186L 3 Town 

University College, Oxford, B.A. 1870. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1872. 
J.P. for Salop and Denbighshire. Of Oakhurst, Oswestry. 

Morris, Edward Ellis, ninth son of Mrs. Morris, Rugby, and the late 
John Carnac Morris, aged 15, December 25. Left 1862 3 . Town 

Lincoln College, Oxford, Exhibitioner, 1862, B.A. 1866, M.A. 1869. Formerly 
Headmaster of Bedford County School. Headmaster of the Grammar School, 
Melbourne, Australia, 1874. Professor in Melbourne University, 1884. Edited 
several Histories for Schools. Died in London, 1 January, 1902. 

Bird, Charles, son of Mr. Bird, Brownsover, Rugby, aged 12, August 6. 
Left 1859 s . Town 

Woolldridge, Thomas Alfred, son of Mr. Thomas Woolldridge, 31, Dun- 
church Road, Rugby, aged 10, April 7. Left 1864 1 . Town 

In business at Birmingham. Of 272, Rookery Road, Handsworth. 

Mappin, Frank, eldest son of Frederick Thorpe Mappin, Esq., afterwards 
Baronet, Sheffield, aged 12, September 6. Left 1862 2 . Smythies 

Hon. Major, late Captain, 1st West York Yeomanry. J.P. for West Riding. 
Of Birchlands, Sheffield. Reform Club. 

Cooper, Bransby Beauchamp, son of Mr. B. H. Cooper, Hemel Hempstead, 
aged 15, March 15. Left 1862 s . B. Smith 

A distinguished Cricketer. Died before 1886. 



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Talbot, George Canning, son of the Eev. Hon. George Gustavus 
Chetwynd Talbot, Withington, Cheltenham, aged 14, March 18. 
Left 1861 2 . School 

Of Temple Guiting, Wiuchcombe. Died 1891. 

Smythe, Robert David, eldest son of the Rev. Patrick Murray Smythe. 
SoHhull, aged 14. July 26. Left 1863 2 . School 

In business in Liverpool and Rangoon, 1864-73. Afterwards Manager of a 
Wholesale Firm in London. Of 7, Watling Street, London, E.G. 

Hartcup, Herbert James, eldest son of William Hartcup, Esq., Upland 
Hall, Bungay, aged 14, October 30. Left 1863 2 . Smythies 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1869. Colonel, Norfolk Volunteers. V.D. Of Upland 
Hall, Bungay. 

Branson, Reginald Montague Auber, third son of James William Branson, 
Esq., Madras, aged 15, July 16. Left 1861 1 . Burrows 

Barrister-at-Law, Middle Temple, 1865. Practising at Bombay. Of 25, Sirdas 
Mansions, Bombay. 

Branson, Walter Hugh Wynne, son of the above James William Branson, 
Esq., aged 13, February 4. Left 1862 s . Burrows 

A Student at St. Bartholomew's Hospital. Died 1867. 

Branson, Cecil Lugard Smith, son of the above James William Branson, 
Esq , aged 11, October 8. Left 1863 3 . Burrows 

Lieutenant, 96th Regiment. Retired 1874. Afterwards a Doctor. Died about 
1885. 

Harris, Henry William Neville, son of Captain Charles Harris, Bengal 
Infantry, aged 13, August 4. Left 1862 2 . Arnold 

Deputy Inspector-General of Police in Calcutta. Retired 1902. 

Rose, William, son of John Rose, Esq., afterwards Baronet, Montreal, 
Canada, aged 13, April 1. Left 1863 3 . Smythies 

Barrister-at-Law, Canada, 1868. Served in the Canadian Militia, 1868. After- 
wards on the London Stock Exchange. Succeeded his father as second Baronet, 
1888. Of Moor Park, Farnham, and 18, St. James Square, London, S.W. 

Rose, Charles Day, son of the above Sir John Rose, aged 12, August 23. 
Left 1862 3 . Smythies 

Formerly in a banking firm in Bartholomew Lane, London, E.G. Of Hardwicke 
House, Reading. 

WasbrOUgh, Charles Whitchurch, eldest son of Henry Sidney Wasbrough. 
Esq., Clifton, aged 14, May 29. Left 1863 3 . Smythies 

Merton College, Oxford, 1844. Formerly a Solicitor. Of 2, Victoria Square, 
Clifton, Bristol. 

Romilly, Charles Edward, third son of Charles Romilly, Esq., 29, Wilton 
Crescent, London, aged 13, April 24. Left 1864 2 . Smythies 

Of The Drewitts, Hayward's Heath, Sussex. 

Helps, Arthur Spry, son of Richard Helps, Esq., Gloucester, aged 14 
January 29. Left 186 1 3 . Burrows 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1867. Of The Knap, Great Witcombe, Gloucester. 

Marsden, Maurice Howard, son of the Rev- Canon John Howard Marsden, 
Great Oakley, Harwich, aged 15, Nov. 21. Left 1862 5 . Burrows 

Exhibitioner, 1861. St. John's College, Cambiidge, Exhibitioner, 1862, B.A. 1866, 
M.A. 1868. Formerly Assistant Master at Marlborough. Rector of Poultou-le- 
Sands, Lancaster, 1876-89. P.C. of Spalding, Lincolnshire, from 1889. 



182 Temple, 1858-69. 



Neale, Cornelius Vincent Webster, son of the Rev. John Mason Neale, 
Sackville College, East Grinsted, aged 13, April 10. Left 1864- 3 . 

Burrows 

Trinity Hall, Cambridge, Scholar, 1865, B.A. 1869. Attorney-at-Law, practising 
in California and Nevada. Of Chronicle Buildings, San Francisco. 

Ludlam, Jeffery William, son of Jeffery Ludlam, Esq., East Burnham, 
Slough, aged 14, June 4. Left 1863 2 . Smythies 

Of Stokelake, Chudleigh, Devon. 

Reid, Robert Savage, son of Colonel Reid, Quartermaster-General, Madras, 
aged 15, June 26. Smythies 

Died in the holidays at Dundonnell House, Ross-shire, January, 1861. 

Allcard, Daniel Thomas, fifth son of William Allcard, Esq., 43, Upper 
Brook Street, London, aged 15, November 27. Left 186 1 2 . Evans 

Formerly in the 84th Regiment. Died, 27 January, 1902. 

Allcard, James, sixth son of the above William Allcard, Esq., aged 14, 
February 19. Left 1863 2 . Evans 

Christ Church, Oxford, B.A. 1868. 47, Conduit Street, London, W. 

Thorpe, Gerard William, son of the Rev. Dr. Thorpe, 9, Upper Belgrave 
Street, London, aged 14, May 22. Left 1863 3 . School 

Ensign 46th Regiment, 1866. 

Morgan. Henry Foscue, son of the Rev David Foscue Morgan, Mentone, 
Nice, aged 14, April 30. Left 1863 2 .. School 

In New Zealand. 

Morgan, Edward Strachan, second son of the above Rev. David Foscue 
Morgan, aged 12, October 17. Left 1865 3 . School 

Lincoln College, Oxford, B,A. 1871. Assistant Master at Dulwich College. 

Rivington, William John, son of William Rivington, Esq., Hampstead 
Heath, London, aged 13, December 17. Left 1864 2 . Evans 

A Newspaper Proprietor. President of the London Newspaper Society. Of 21, 
Gledhow Gardens, London, S.W. 

Lee- Warner, William, youngest son of the Rev. Henry James Lee-Warner, 
(O.K. 1814), Thorpland, Fakenham, Norfolk, aged 13, April 18. 
Left 1865 3 . School 

Exhibitioner, 1865. St. John's College, Cambridge, Scholar, 1865, B.A. 1869, 
M.A. 1872. Indian Civil Service, 1869. Secretary to the Government of Bombay, 
1887. Resident in Mysore, 1895. Retired 1895, and appointed Secretary to 
Political Department of India Office, 1895. C.S.I. 1892. K.C.S.I 1898. Author 
of " Protected Princes of India." Awarded Silver Medal of Society of Arts, 1895. 
Of Oldfield, Bickley, Kent. Athenaeum Club. 

Crofts, William Oarr, eldest son of John Crofts, Esq., Leeds, aged 13, 
February 4. Left 1865 2 . School 

Mertoii College, Oxford, 1864. Scholar of Brasenose College, 1865, .B.A. 1868, 
M.A. 1873. Secretary to the Liberty and Property Defence League, 1885. Died, 
26 November, 1894. 

Browne, Harold Oarlyon Gore, eldest son of the Rev. Canon Edward 

Harold Browne, afterwards Lord Bishop of Winchester, aged 15. 

.June 11. Left 1863 2 . ' School 

Emmanuel College, Cambridge, B.A. 1868, M.A. 1871. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's 
Inn, 1871. Chancellor of the Diocese of Winchester, from 1886. Of 15, Kingsgate 
Street, Winchester. Athenseum Club. 



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Whitfield, Charles, son of Mr. William Whitfield, Dunchurch Road, Rugby, 
aged 11, April 24. Leffc 1861 3 . Town 

Thomson, Alexander Garraway, son of William Thomas Thomson, Esq., 
41, Moray Place, Edinburgh, aged 14, Sept. 3. Left.1863 2 . Blake 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1867. On the London Stock Exchange, in the 
firm of James Capel and Co. Died, 1 February, 1894. 

Neaves, James Macdonald, son of Lord Neaves, 7, Charlotte Street, Edin- 
burgh aged 15. April 8. Left I860 3 . Blake 

Mercer, William Frederick, son of Charles Mercer, Esq., Boxley, Maid- 
stone, aged 13, June 21. Left 1862 2 . Blake 

A Banker at Maidstone. Of Aneton House, Maidstone. 

Macleod, Alexander John, son of Colonel Macleod, 5th Madras Cavalry, 
aged 13, December 12. Left 1864 3 . Blake 

Johnson, James Woodbine, son of Mrs. Johnson, Bury St. Edmund's, aged 
15, January 1. Left 1862 2 . Blake 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1866. 

Mainwaring, Frederick, tenth son of Admiral Rowland Main waring. 
Whitmore Hall, Staffs, aged 14, October 5. Lett i860 2 . Blake 

Duberly, Harry, third son of James Duberly, Esq., Gaynes Ball, St. Neots, 
aged 14, March 11. Left 1863 1 . Blake 

Trinity Hall, Cambridge, B.A. 1871. Of Houghton Hill, near Huntingdon. 

Penny, Alfred, son of the Rev. Charles Joseph Penny, Bubbenhall Rectory, 
Kenilworth, aged 13, October 11. Left 1863 2 . Blake 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1868, M.A. 1872. Missionary, Norfolk Island, 
Melanesia, 1875-88. Rector of St. Peter, Wolverhampton, from 1895. 

Tillard, Robert Mowbray, son of Philip Tillard, Esq., Stukeley Hall, 
Huntingdon, aged 13, March 31. Left 1864 3 . Blake 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1867, M.A. 1871. Rector of Rodington. Salop, 
1885-91, and of Tittleshall, Norfolk, from 1891. 

Carey, Thomas Smith, son of Thomas Carey, Esq., Wool ton, Liverpool, 
aged 15, February 21. Left 1861 2 Mayor 

Died before 1886. 

Butterworth, Osmond, son of James Butterworth, Esq., Rake Bank, 
Rochdale, aged 14, April 11. Left 1863 2 . Mayor 

Formerly a Solicitor at Manchester. 

Gibson, Joseph, eldest son of Joseph Gibson, Esq., Whelprigg, Kirkby 
Lonsdale. aged 14, December 30. Left 1861 2 . Mayor 

Trinity College, Cambridge. B.A. 1866, M.A. 1870. J.P. and D.L. for Westmore- 
land. Of Whelprigg. Died, 20 September, 1885. 

Robson, Alfred Tufnell, son of George Robson, Esq. ,4 Devonshire Terrace. 
London, aged 14, May 14. Leffc 186 1 3 . Mayor 

Late Captain, 92nd Gordon Highlanders. Appointed to Reserve, 1880. Hon. 
Major, 4th Volunteer Battalion, Essex Regiment. 

Ward, Edward Nicolls, son of the Rev. Richard Ward, 12, Eaton Square, 
London, aged 14, June 2. Left 1864 3 . Mayor 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1868, M.A. 1873. Of Walkem Place, Stevenage, 
Herts. 



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Penwick, Hugh, second son of George Fenwick, Esq., Styford, Riding 
Mill, Newcastle, aged 15, September 17. Left 186 1 3 . Smythies 

Died 1893. 

Greenwood, James, son of Robinson Greenwood, Esq., Crow Wood House, 
Burnley, aged 14, December 9. Left I860 3 . Smythies 

Of Crow Wood House, Burnley, Lancashire. 

Thackeray, John Wild, son of John Thackeray, Esq., Nottingham, aged 14, 
February 2. Left 1863 2 . Smythies 

Formerly in the 41st Regiment. Lieutenant- Colonel Commanding, 1st Royal 
Lanark Militia, Hon. Colonel, from 1885. Of Arno Villa, Arnold, Notts. Naval 
and Military Club. 

Lockett, John, son of John Hilton Lockett, Esq., 63. Shaw Street, Liver- 
pool, aged 15, July 1 1. Left 186 1 2 . Smythies 
A Merchant in Liverpool. Died at Valetta, Malta, 28 April, 1874. 

Mann Arthur Joyrison, son of William Mann. Esq., Zigzag House, 
Birkenhead, aged 15, October 1. Left I860 2 . Smythies 

Died in Ireland, 18 December, 1873. 

Halliday, Charles, son of Sir Frederick Halliday, (O.R. 1814), Lansdown 
Place, Brighton, aged 14, December 30. Left 1862 3 . Smythies 

For some years in New Zealand, and Iowa. Secretary to the London Oil Storage 
Company, 1885. Of 21, Bolton Gardens, South Kensington. 

COX, Fitzhugh, son of Stephen Cox, Esq., Clifton House, Bedminster, 
Bristol, aged 15, December 8. Left I860 3 . Smythies 

Formerly in business at Yatton, Somerset. Of Sedgeley View, Prestwich, 
Manchester. 

Moore, William Jackson, son of Mrs Moore, 4, Abercrombie Square. Liver- 
pool, aged 14, November 15. Left 1861 2 . Smythies 

Cornet, 13th Hussars, 1864. Lieutenant, 1867. 

EdgecuHlbe, Edward Mortimer, son of George Edgecumbe, Esq., Thancks, 
Devonport, aged 12, August 30. Left i860 2 . Smythies 

Of Auckland, New Zealand. Died 1890. 

Woodcock, Edward Holme, eldest son of Edward Woodcock, Esq., (O.R. 
1817), Wigan, aged 14, April 30. Left 1862 2 . Smythies 

A Solicitor at Wigan, Clerk to the Justices, and Registrar of County Courts. 
Died, April, 1898. 

Hollins, Daintry, son of Michael Daintry Hollins, Esq., Stoke-upon-Trent, 
aged 14, April 5. Left 1863 3 . ' Smythies 

Henderson, Joseph, son of the late John James Henderson, Esq., Eshton, 
Gargrave, aged 12, March 1. Left 1865 2 . Smythies School 

Captain, late 12th Lancers. J.P. for West Riding of Yorkshire. Of 1, Pont de 
la Tours, Bruges, Belgium. Naval and Military Club. 

Boyd, Robert, third son of the Rev. William Boyd. Arncliffe, Skipton, 
aged 14, June 5. Left 1863 2 . Evans 

Died, 25 June, 1885. 

Purkis, Harry Chevalier-, son of Harry Purkis, Sturmer, Halstead, aged 
14, July 14. Left 1863 2 . Evans 

Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1867. Auditor, Common Law Division of High 
Court, 1884. Of 4, Colville Mansions, London, W. 



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Thurnall, Harry Joseph, son of Henry Thurnall, Esq., Royston, Herts, 
aged 12, August 1. Left 1862. 2 Evans 

Muir, John Fairlie, son of William Muir, Esq., afterwards K.C.S.I., 
Allahabad, aged 14, March 19. Left 1862 3 . Evans 

Indian Civil Service, 1867. Retired, 1896. J.P. for Gloucestershire. Of Crofton 
Lodge, The Park, Cheltenham, and The Croft, Sheringham, Norfolk. 

Davies, Oliveira, son of Richard Davies, Esq., Madeira, aged 15, Nov. 5. 
Left I860 3 . Evans 

A Wine Shipper at Jerez de la Frontera. Died in Spain, 1879. 

Fisher, Roswell, son of Arthur Fisher, Esq., M.D., Luccombe, and Snow 
Hill. London, aged 15, May 22. Left 1862 3 . Burrows 

Barrister-at-Law. Formerly of Montreal, Canada. 

Acland, John, son of Mrs. A eland, 2, Caroline Street, Bedford Square, 
London, aged 10, June 9. Left 1859 3 . Burrows 

Of 21, Sutherland Gardens, London, W. 

Shaw, William Broughton, son of William Shaw, Esq., Far Coton, 
Northants, aged 13, April 6. Left, 1862 2 . Burrows 

Wilson, George Henry, son of Robert Wilson, Esq., Canada, aged 15, 
November 11. Left 1861 s . Burrows 

Formerly in the Cameronians, Scottish Rifles. Served in the Abyssinian War, 
1868. Medal. Retired as Lieutenant-Colonel, 1883. 

Hart, William Ellerker, third son of William Hart, Esq., Civil Service. 
Bombay, aged 13, June 17. Left 1865 2 . Burrows School 

St. John's College, Cambridge, Scholar, 1865, Chancellor's Medal for English 
Verse, 1866, B.A. 1869. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1871. Judge of the 
Small Cause Court, Bombay, 1880. Died between Bombay and Aden, 27 Oct. 1892. 

Jayne, Francis John, second son of John Jayne, Esq , Pant-y-Bailea, 
Abergavenny, aged 14, January 1. Left 1863 2 . Burrows 

Exhibitioner, 1863. Wadham College, Oxford, Scholar, 1863, First Class, Classical 
Moderations, 1865, First Class, Final Classics, and Law and Modern History, 1867, 
B.A. 1868, Fellow of Jesus College, 1868-79, M.A., Hall's Greek Testament Prize, 
1870, D.D. 1889. Principal of St. David's College, Lampeter, 1878-86. Vicar of 
Leeds, 1886-9. Consecrated LORD BISHOP OF CHESTER, 1889. Of The Palace, 
Chester. Athenaeum Club. 

Morrell, George Herbert, eldest son of the Rev. George Kidd Morrell, 
Moulsford, Berks, aged 14. February 20. Leffc 1862 3 . Burrows 

Exeter College, Oxford, B.A. 1867, M.A. and B.C L. 1870. Barrister-at-Law, 
Inner Temple, 1871. J.P. and D.L. for Oxon. High Sheriff, 1885. Lieut.-Colonel, 
Oxford University Volunteers, Hon. Colonel, 1895. V.D. M.P. for Woodstock 
Division, 1891, and from 1895. Of Headingtoa Hill Hall, Oxford. Carlton Club. 

Solly, Samuel Edwin, son of Samuel Solly, Esq., F.R.S., 18, St. Helen's 
Place, London, aged 14, May 5. Left 1863 2 . Burrows 

M.R.C.S. 1867. Practising at Colorado Springs, Colorado, U.S.A., from 1874. 
Author of " A Handbook of Medical Climatology," and numerous other works. 

Jones, Vickers Henry, son of David Jones, Esq., Harborne House, Birm- 
ingham, aged 14, September 25. Left 186 1. 1 Burrows 

Best, James George, son of Thomas Best, Esq., Gale House, Littleborough, 
Manchester, aged 14, July 22. Left 1863 2 . B. Smith 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1868, M.A. 1871. Barrister-at-Law, Inner 
Temple, 1870. Of 6, Cleveland Square, London, W. New University Club. 
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186 Temple, 1858-69. 



Stirling, James, only son of James Stirling, Esq., Clifton, Rugby, and 
Garden, N.B., aged 15, January 24. Left 186 1 3 . B. Smith 

Christ Church, Oxford, 1863. J.P. and D.L. for Co. Stirling. J.P. for Co. Perth. 
Of Garden, Port of Monteith Station, N.B. 

Teage, Richard Frederick, sixth son of Nicholas Dixon Laud Teage, Esq., 
Stoke Fleming, Dartmouth, aged 14, May 18- Left I860 3 . B. Smith 
Deceased. 

Walker, Henry Stephen, son of James Walker, Esq., afterwards Baronet, 
(O.R. 1816), Sand Button, York, aged 14, May 31. Left 1862 1 . 

#. Smith 
Formerly in the 13th Hussars. Of Glebe Lawn, Coburg, Ontario. 

Cross, Joseph, fifth son of John Cross, Esq., Gartside House, Bolton-le- 
Moors, aged 15, February 5. Left 1863 3 . Arnold 

Exhibitioner, 1863. Corpus Christi College, Oxford, Scholar, 1863, First Class 
Classical Moderations, 1865, B.A. Second Class, Final Classics, 1867, M.A. 1870. 
Chairman of Cross and Winckworth, Limited, Bolton-le-Moors. Of Frith Hill, 
Godalming. 

Copeland, Charles John, eldest son of William Copeland, Esq., Staindrop, 
Darlington, aged 15, August 25. Left 1863 2 . Arnold 

A Consulting Engineer in Liverpool. 

Wilson, Arthur, eldest son of the late William Wilson, Esq., Lower 
Mitcham, Surrey, aged 15, December 18. Left 1863*. Arnold 

Christ Church, Oxford, B.A. 1869, M.A. 1870. J.P. for Derby. A Governor of 
Derby School. Of 30, Ashbourne Road, Derby. 

Whiteman, Thomas Wyatt, son of Mr. James John Whiteman, Brownsover, 
aged 12 May 28. Left 1861 s . Town 

Davies, William Henry Silvester, sixth son of John Speed Davies, Esq., 
Chingford, aged 14, June 13. Left 1863 2 . B. Smith 

Pembroke College, Oxford, B.A. 1871, M.A. 1874. Vicar of Horsley, Gloucester- 
shire, from 1894. 

Storr, John, son of the Rev. Francis Storr, Brenchley Vicarage, Staple- 
hurst, aged 15, May 4. Left I860 3 . B. Smith 
Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, B.A. 1868. 

Murray, Reginald, son of James Murray, Esq., New Cross, Hillingdon, 

aged 14, July 25. Left 1863 2 . B. Smith 

In business at Calcutta. Manager of the Commercial Bank of India, Calcutta, 1901 . 

ENTRANCES IN OCTOBER, 1859. 

Cope, Henry Ford, eldest son of William Cope, Esq., Albrighton Hall, 
Shrewsbury, aged 13, November 9. Left 1864 3 . Mayor 

Balliol College, Oxford, as Herbert Ford Cope, First Class, Classical Moderations, 
1866, B.A. 1869. Died at Rome, February, 1872. 

Dashwood, Francis Arthur, son of Mrs. Boughton Dashwood, Stanford 
Parsonage, Loughborough, aged 15, August 17. Left 1861 3 . School 

Lieutenant-Colonel, late 87th Regiment, Royal Irish Fusiliers. Retired, 1888. 
Army and Navy Club. 

Lyon, William Henry, son of Frederick Lyon, Esq., Litherland, Liverpool, 
aged 13, June 14. Left 1863 3 . School 

Died at Bombay, November, 1869. 



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Brown, John Mackillar, son of John Wyld Brown, Esq., 1 7, Kensington 
Palace Gardens, London, aged 15, Sept. 25. Left 1861 3 . School 

Markham, Walter James, son of Mr. Markham, Market Place, Rugby, 
aged 9, February 18. Left 1864 3 . Town 

Of Dunchurch, Ontario, Canada. 

Whitehead, James Nicholas, son of James Whitehead, Esq., Broad Clyst, 
Devon, aged 15, July 15. Left 1862 2 . Burrows 

Of Gnaton, Torquay. 

Maw, John Henry Cornelius, son of Henry Lisle Maw, Esq., Tetley, 
Crowle, Bawtry, aged 12, October 20. Left 1862 2 . Burrows 

Ford, John Hugh, son of Charles Ingram Handle Ford, Esq., Abbeyfield, 
Sandbach, aged 15, November 16. Lefb 186 1 3 . Smythies 

Ensign, 20th Kegiment, 1863. Lieutenant, 1867. Retired, 1869. 

Egginton, John Edward, eldest son of John Egginton, Esq., Hull, aged 14, 
November 17. Left 1862 3 . Smythies 

Wadham College, Oxford, 1864. Died, 8 June, 1866. 

Ingham, .Robert Wood, second son of James Taylor Ingham, Esq., after- 
wards Knight, London, aged 13, May 8- Left 1865 3 . Blake 

Exhibitioner, 1865. Corpus Christi College, Oxford, Scholar, 1865, First Class, 
Classical Moderations, 1867, B.A. First Class, Final Classics, 1869. Barrister-at- 
Law, Inner Temple, 1873. A County Court Judge, 1892. Of Sugwas Court, 
Eaton Bishop, Hereford, and 40, Gloucester Square, London. 

Dawes, Thomas Richter, son of George Dawes, Esq., Blackheath, aged 15, 
April 11. Left I860 3 . Blake 

Died before 1886. 

Moilliet, Charles Ernest, son of Theodore Moilliet, Esq., Upper Skitts, 
Studley, Warwickshire, aged 15, January 28. Left 1861 3 . Blake 

Alston, William Charles, sou of William Charles Alston, Esq., Elmdon 
Hall, Birmingham, aged 16, November 2. Left 1861 3 . Mayor 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1865, M.A. 1871. Major and Lieut. -Colonel, 
Warwickshire Yeomanry, 1899. J.P. for Warwickshire. High Sheriff, 1884. Of 
Elmdon Hall, Birmingham. 

ENTRANCES IN FEBRUARY, 1860. 

Trott, John Thomas, eldest son of Mr. Thomas Trott, 8, Elborow Street, 
Rugby, aged 11, April 8. Left 1866 1 . Town 

St. Mary Hall, Oxford, B.A. 1874, M.A. 1881. Vicar of Newborough, Peter- 
borough, from 1891. 

Tongue, Joseph Ebenezer, son of Mr. Joseph Tongue, 26, Sheep Street, 
Rugby, aged 12, May 31. Left 1862*. Town 

Died at Leicester, 31 March, 1900. 

Clarke, George, son of Mrs. Clark, 24, Lawford Road, Rugby, aged 11, 
May 2 1. Left 1866*. Town 

At Streatley-on-Thames, 1886. 

Offin, William, son of John Offiu, Esq., Hutton, Breutwood, Essex, aged 13, 
May 6. Left 1863 3 . B. Smith 



188 Temple, 1858-69. 



Bucknill, Samuel Pratt Berens, son of Samuel Birch Bucknill, Esq., M.D. 
(O.K. 1823), Rugby, aged 10, June 18. Left 1868 2 . Town 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1872. Admitted a Solicitor, 1874. Assistant 
Secretary to the Incorporated Law Society. Of 106, Ashley Gardens, London, S.W. 

Courtenay, Reginald James, son of the Bishop of Kingston, Jamaica, 
aged 15, November 7. Left 186 1 2 . School 

Ensign 17th Regiment, 1867. Afterwards in the 23rd Fusiliers. Died 5 June, 1873. 

Blackwell, John Thomas, son of Thomas Evans Blackwell, Esq., Montreal, 
Canada, aged 15, December 31. Left 1862 3 . Burrows 

An Engineer. Engaged in silver mines near Utah, U.S.A. 

Bradford, William Arthur, third son of Robert Bradford, Esq., Hamp- 
stead, aged 13, November 27. Left I860 3 . Smythies 

Merton College, Oxford, B.A. 1867, M.A. 1880. In Lloyds. Of Elmstead, 
Chislehurst. 

De Capell Brooke, Charles Edward, son of Sir William De Capell Brooke, 
Bart., (O.R., 1813), Market Har borough, aged 15, December 5. 
Left 1863 3 . Burrows 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1869. Of The Elms, Market Harborough. 

Bennett, George Spencer Leigh, third son of the Rev. Edward Leigh 
Bennett, Long Sutton, Lincolnshire, aged 14, October 9. 
Left 1863 s . School 

Pembroke College, Oxford, B.A. 1867. Vicar of Long Suttou, Wisbeach, from 
1876. Has assumed the name of LEIGH BENNETT. 

Arnold, Charles Jebb,son of the Rev. Charles Thomas Arnold, (O.E. 1831), 
Rugby, aged 14, April 18. Left 1863 3 . School 

Formerly in the 77th Regiment. Passed first in Examination for Direct Com- 
missions, 1864. Died at Peshawur, June, 1867. 

Holland, Francis Macnaghten, second son of Mrs. Holland, Rugby, and 
the late John Holland, aged 16, January 11. Left 1863 2 . 

Town and School 

Exhibitioner, 1863. New College, Oxford, Scholar, 1863-8, Drowned in the 
Transvaal, South Africa, May, 1874. 

KingSCOte, Thomas Arthur Fitzhardinge, fourth son of Colonel Thomas 
Henry Kingscote, Kingscote, Wotton-under-Edge, aged 15, 
January 16. Left 1861 1 . B. Smith 

Oriel College, Oxford, 1863. A Merchant in London. Of The Trench, Tunbridge 
Wells. 

Boyson, Godfrey, son of Ambrose Boyson, Esq., 28, Newington Place, 
London, aged 14, June 13. B. Smith 

Drowned while skating near Rugby, November, 1861. 

Temple, Frederick, eldest son of Major John Temple, Madras Army, 
aged 14, September 30. Left 1864 3 . School 

Trinity College, Oxford, 1865. 

Buncombe, Charles Byam Duer, son of the late Alexander Duncombe, Esq., 
York Crescent, Clifton, aged 15, September 23. Left 1862 2 . Arnold 

Studied at St. Bartholomew's Hospital, 1863-4. Afterwards in an architect's 
office, and practising till 1875. Died January, 1897. 



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Batson, Alfred Stephen, second son of Alfred Batson, Esq., Ramsbury, 
Wilts, aged 13, March 1. Left 1864 1 . Arnold 

St. Alban Hall, Oxford, B.A. 1876, M.A. 1878. Rector of Welford-with-Wickham, 
Newbury, from 1879. 

Jorie, William Fairhurst. only son of the late James Jorie, Birkenhead, 
aged 15, November 17. Left 1863 3 . Arnold 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. 1868, M.A. 1871. Died while yachting in the 
Mediterranean, March, 1876. 

Baldwin, Edward Thomas, second son of the late Rev. John Baldwin, 
Dalton-in-Furness, aged 13, May 31. Left 1864 3 . Arnold 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. 1868, M.A. 1871. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple 
1870. Northern Circuit. Author of " Law of Bankruptcy and Bills of Sale.' 
Of 13, King's Bench Walk, B.C., and 1, Gloucester Place, W. Junior Carlton Club. 

Spooner, Richard Lechmere Wilberforce, son of Richard Spooner, Esq., 
Bombay, aged 14, December 23. Left 186 1 2 . Arnold 

Gazetted to the 35th Regiment, 1866. Died, 1882. 

Whitting, Charles Edward, son of Charles Whitting, Esq., Uphill, Weston- 
super-Mare, aged 14, August 23. Left 1864 3 . Arnold 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1868, M.A. 18Y4. J.P. for Somerset. V.D. 
Lieutenant-Colonel, 3rd Volunteer Battalion Somerset L.I. Of Uphill Grange, 
Weston-super-Mare. 

Prince, Gilbert John, son of Peregrine Prince, Esq., Dewsall Court, Here- 
ford, aged 13, June 12. Left 1864 2 . Arnold 
Formerly a Solicitor at Wootten Bassett. Died before 1886. 

Stttton, Henry, second son of James Sutton, Esq., Shardlovv, Derby, aged 
14, January 10. Left 1863 2 . 4 mold 

Christ's CoUege, Cambridge, Scholar, 18 , B.A. 1868. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's 
Inn, 1870. Special Pleader, North Eastern Circuit. Junior Council to the 
Treasury, 1891. Of 49, Lexham Gardens, London, W. 

Anwyl, Rice Owen, son of the late Robert Anwyl, Esq., Plascoch, Bala, 
aged 13, August 7. Left 1862 3 . Mayor 

Died at Hyeres, France, February, 1879. 

Wade, Craven Henry Clotworthy, third son of Robert Craven Wade, Esq., 
Clonebraney, Co. Meath, aged 14, April 24. Left 1863 2 . Mayor 
Of Clonebraney. J.P. for Co. Meath. 

Paxton, Robert Charles, son of William Paxton, Esq., Linden House, 
Turnham Green, aged 14, October 19. Left 18t)4 3 . Mayor 

Trinity CoUege, Cambridge, B.A. 1868, M.A. 1871. Of 24, Stafford Terrace, 
Phillimore Gardens, London, W. 

Hadow, Frederick Mere wether, son of James Remington Hadow, Esq., 
Park Cottage, Devizes, aged 13, September 1. Left 1864 s . School 
Drowned in Australia while crossing a swollen stream, 1872. 

Norman, Thomas Goodman, son of the late Thomas Norman, Esq., 
Newbold, Rugby, aged 14, Jiily 12. Left 1861 3 . Mayor 

Of Newbold House, Newbold, Rugby. 

Shaw, John Lancaster, second son of Bentley Shaw, Esq., Locks wood, 
Huddersfield, aged 15, May 14. Left 1862 2 . Evans 

Mertou College, Oxford, B.A. 1866. Guy's Hospital, 1867-69. In the family 
business from 1869. Of Eidgehill, Torquay. 



190 Temple, 1858-69. 



Davies, Harry Finden, son of Edmund Davies, Esq., Wells, Somerset, 
aged 14, June 19. Left 1862 2 . Evans 

Formerly a Solicitor at Weston-super-Mare. 

Allen, Vernon, third son of John Allen, Esq., Wilton Polygon, Manchester, 
aged 14, March 28. Left 1863 3 . Evans 

Worcester College, Oxford, B.A. 1879, M.A. 1883. Of Heathmount, Lisa, Hants. 
Oxford and Cambridge Club. 

Mpgg, William, son of Frederick George Mogg, Esq., Wye Cliff, Hay, 
Hereford, aged 12. Lett I860 3 . Evans 

Exeter College, Oxford, B.A. 1870, M.A. 1872. Vicar of Locking, Somerset, 1880. 
Assumed the additional name of CLIFTON before MOGG, 1879. Of Bryngwern 
Hall, Newbridge-on-Wye. 

Raikes, George Whittington, third son of Henry Haikes, Esq., Register 
Office, Chester, aged 13, June 8. Left 1861 2 . ' Burrows 

Colonel. Royal Flint Militia. Commanded the regiment, 1884-89. Agent to the 
Marquis of Hertford from 1881. Of Dunnington Heath, Alcester. 

Llewellyn, Llewellyn, son of the late Llewellyn Llewellyn, Esq., Buckland 
Filleigh, Devon, aged 14, July 11. Left 1863 3 . Burrows 

Of Nethway, Kingswear, Dartmouth. 

Clarke, William Edward Thomson, third son of Richard Gwatkin Clarke, 
Esq., Trichinopoly, aged 12, November 20. Left 1861 1 . Burrows 

Christ Church, Oxford, B.A. 1871. Barrister-at-Law, Middle Temple, 1872. 
Judge and Magistrate of the Nilgiris, from 1882. Address, Ootacamund. 

Ellis, Henry Vaughan, third son of George Henry Ellis, Esq., Park Hill, 
Clapham, aged,13, June 23. Left 1864 2 . ' Burrows 

Headmaster of Hilton College, Pietermaritzburg, Natal, from 1878. 

Steven, Alexander, son of James Steven, Esq., Glen Park, Port Glasgow, 
aged 15, June 30. Left 1862 2 . Burrows 

M.R.C.S., 1868. M.D. Edinburgh. Formerly Physician to Bristol Hospital for 
Women and Children. Of 6, West Mall, Clifton, Bristol. 

Blenkinsop, Charles, son of James Blenkinsop, Esq., 72, Addison Road, 
London, aged 15, October 10. Left 1861 2 . Burroivs 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1871. Formerly Solicitor to the London and North-Western 
Railway Company. 

Fellows, Charles Francis, only son of Sir Charles Fellows, Knt., 4, 
Montague Place, London, aged 13, Dec. 25. Left 1865 2 . Burrows 

University College, Oxford, B.A. 1869, M.A. 1872. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's 
Inn, 1872. Yorkshire Artillery Militia, 1871. Retired as Major and Hon. Lieut.- 
Colonel, 1897. Of 15. Great Cumberland Place, London, W. 

BrisCO, Fleming, son of Robert Brisco, Esq., afterwards Baronet, Law 
Mill, Whitehaven, aged 14, April 20. Left 1862 3 . Burrows 

In Virginia, U.S.A. 

Thompson, Peile, son of Matthew William Thompson, Esq., afterwards 

r Baronet, Park Gate, Guiseley, Leeds, aged 15, July 19. Left 

1863 3 . Burrows 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1867, M.A. 1877. In Holy Orders. Succeeded 
his father as second Baronet, 1891. Of Guiseley, Leeds. 

Edmund Henry, son of Henry Gore-Booth, Esq., Helens- 
borough, aged 13, April 3. Left 1862 3 . Evans 

Resident in Shanghai. 



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Mat on, Leonard James, eldest son of Leonard Pitt Maton, Esq., Madding- 
ton, Devizes, aged 15, January 24. Left 1864 2 . S. Smith 

Lincoln College, Oxford, B.A. 1867. Admitted a Solicitor, 1870. Afterwards in 
business in London. Of Grosvenor Lodge, Wimbledon. St. Stephen's Club. 

Mulleneux, Charles, son of James Mulleneux, Esq., Bellevale, Gatacre, 
Liverpool, aged 15, November 7. Left 1861 2 B. Smith 

Formerly held an appointment in the Inman Line of Steamers. Of 70, Hockley 
Avenue, Barking Road, East Ham, London, E. 

Smedley, Edward Gerrard, son of Edward Hume Smedley, Esq., Indian 
Civil Service, aged 15, April 4. Left I860 3 . B. Smith 

Beaver, Duncan Alexander, son of Hugh Beaver, Esq., Talbot House, 
Glossop, aged 14, October 27. Left 1862 2 . B. Smith 

Margetts, Burroughs Henry, son of Charles Margetts, Esq., Huntingdon, 
aged 13, September 29. Left 1862 2 . Blake 

Trinity College, B.A. 1869, M.A. 1875. In Holy Orders. Died before 1886. 

Maule, Montagu St. John, third son of Henry St. John Maule, Esq., 
Newton St. LOG, Bath, aged 13, June 16. Left 1862 3 . Smythies 
Pembroke College, Oxford, B.A. 1868. A Solicitor at Bath. Admitted, 1871. 

Collyer, D'Arcy Bedingfield, third son of John Collyer, Esq., Hackford 
Hall, Norwich, aged 18, May 29. Left 1865 2 . Blake 

Corpus Christi College, Oxford, B.A. 1870. Admitted a Solicitor, 1873. Of 
Coltishall, Norwich. 

Parkin, Thomas, son of the Rev. John Parkin, Halton Vicarage, Hastings, 
aged 15, February 3. Left 186 1 3 . Blake 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1868, M.A. 1871. Barrister-at-Law, Inner 
Temple, 1874. F.R.G.S. and F.R. Hist. S. J.P. for Sussex. Of Fair Seat, 
High Wickham, Hastings. 

Jenkinson, Francis Broxholm Grey, son of the Rev. John Jenkinson, 
Battersea Vicarage, aged 13, April 19. Left 1864 3 . Blake 

Barrister-at-Law, Middle Temple, 1869. Clerk in the House of Commons, 1866. 
Clerk Assistant of the House, 1900. C.B. 1897. Died, 24 May, 1902. 

Heriot, Warner John Lloyd, son of the Rev. George Heriot, Newcastle- 
on-Tyne, aged H. September 23. Left 1862 2 . Blake 

Trinity College, Cambridge. Captain, Oxfordshire Militia. 

Royds, Smith Byrom, third son of the Rev. Charles Smith Royds, 
Haughton Rectory, Stafford, aged 12, October 26. Left 18623. 

B. Smith 

Major, 77th Regiment. Retired, 1883. 

Master, Egerton Philip Chester, second son of Thomas William Chester 
Master, Esq., Cirencester, aged 13, November 20. Left 1863 3 . 

B. Smith 

Died, September, 1881. 

Yates, Frederick Hugh, son of the Rev. Edmund Yates, Aylsham, Norfolk, 
aged 14, February 26. Left 1863 3 . Blake 

Formerly in the 31st Regiment. 

ENTRANCES IN APRIL, 1860. 

Newcomb, T^itzroy William Dawney, son of the Rev. Charles George 
Newcomb, Halberton, Devon, aged 14, April 11. Left 1861 3 . School 



192 Temple, 1858-69. 



Dodgson, Edwin Heron, fourth son of the Ven. Charles Dodgson, Arch- 
deacon of Richmond, Croft Rectory, Darlington, aged 13, June 30. 
Left 1864 2 . School 

S.P.G. Missionary at Tristan d'Acunha, 1880-90. Of The Chesnuts, Guildford. 

Moseley, Henry John, third son of Mrs. Moseley, Buildwas. Salop, and the 
late Walter Moseley, aged 13, October 22. Left 1865 3 School 

New College, Oxford, 1865, B.A. Magdalen College, 1871. Barrister-at-Law, 
Inner Temple, 1872. Died at Buildwas Abbey, 24 April, 1879. 

Ash, Philip James, son of Mrs. Ash, Rugby, and the late Rev. Edward 
John Ash, aged 12, July 29. Left 1864 3 . Town 

Master of a Preparatory School at Tenby, 1874-83. Farmed near Llanbedr, 1883-95. 
Of Whitehall Road, Rugby. 

A eland, Thomas Dyke, son of the Rev. Peter Leopold Dyke A eland, Broad 
Clyst. Exeter, aged 13 July 3. Left 1864 2 . School 

Settled in New Zealand, and died there, 1892. 

West, George Herbert, eldest son of Charles West, Esq., 61, Wimpole 
Street, London, aged 14. May 21. Left 1863 2 . School 

Christ Church, Oxford, B.A. Stanhope History Prize, 1867, Burdett Coutts 
Scholarship, 1868, M.A. 1870. First Class, Natural Science. In Holy Orders. 
Of St. Christopher's, Eastbourne. 

Emmett, Joseph Alfred, son of John Emmett, Esq., Halifax, aged 14, 
July 16. Left 1863*. Rmythies 

Hussey, Edward, son of the Rev. Edward Hussey, Northfield House, 
Maidenhead aged 14, October 18. Left 1862 3 . B. Smith 

Neal, Charles Frederick, fourth son of William Neal, Esq., 7, Park 
Crescent, London, aged 15. February 25. Left 1862 2 . Arnold 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1868, M.A. 1872. Barrister-at-Law, Inner 
Temple, 1871. Died on board the Ceylon, off Algiers, 1886. 

Garrett, Frank, son of Richard Garrett, Esq., Carlton Hall, Saxmundham, 
aged 14, May 6. Left 1862 3 . Arnold 

M.I.C.E. Director of Machine Works, Leiston, near Saxmundham. J.P. for 
Suffolk. Of Aldringham House, Saxmundham. 

Bill. Henry Kennard, fourth son of John Bill, Esq., Barr's Hill, Coventry, 
aged 15, August 9. Left 1863 1 . Mayor 

Exeter College, Oxford, B.A. 1866. Formerly a Solicitor at Swansea, and after- 
wards at Natal, South Africa. Died, 1882. 

Vander-Meulen, George Allen, son of the Rev. Frederick Vander-Meulen, 
Thorley Rectory, Bishops Stortford, aged 15, January 81. 
Left 1863 3 . Smythies 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1867. Vicar of West Knoyle, Bath, 1882. 
Died, 1888. 

ENTRANCES IN AUGUST, 1860. 

Trott Thomas John, son of Mr. Thomas Trott, Elborow Street, Rugby, 
aged 9, April 16. Left 1869 2 . Town 

Assistant Master, the Grammar School, Newbury. 

Belts, John Elkington, son of Mr. Richard Betts, Sheep Street, Rugby, 
aged 11. September 19. Left 1862 s . Town 

Died, 17 January, 1865. 



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Sharp, Granville, third son of Dr. William Sharp, Horton House, Rugby, 
aged 11, June 30. Left 1868 2 . Town 

Lincoln College, Oxford, B.A. 1872, M.A. 1875. Sometime Assistant Master at 
Marlborough. Of Millans Park, Ambleside. 

Denison, Henry, only son of Stephen Charles Denison, Esq., Great George 
Street, Westminster, aged 13, March 10. Left 1863 s . School 

Lieutenant-Colonel, Royal Engineers. Retired, 1387. J.P. for Notts. Of 
Babworth Hall, and Eaton Hall, Retford, Notts. Carlton Club. 

Kennedy, James Douglass, eldest son of Matthew Kennedy, Esq., Lymm, 
Warrington, aged 14, August 28. Left 1862 3 . School 

Captain, Royal Lancashire Militia. J.P. Of Scarthwaite, Lancaster. Died 
about 1898. 

Dickinson, Charles William, son of Edward Dickinson, Esq., Lawrence 
Sheriffe Street, Hugby, aged 12, June 4. Left 1861 3 . Town 

Entered the Royal Navy, 1862. Retired as Captain, 1898. In command of 
H.M.S. Fearless, 1890-93. Of 7, St. George's Terrace, Stonehouse, Plymouth. 

Rivington, John Alfred, only son of John Rivington, Esq., Edgeware, 
Middlesex, aged 14, March 9. Left 1861 2 . Evans 

Christ Church, Oxford, B.A. 1868, M.A. 1872. Curate of Bladon, Woodstock, 
1895-99. Chaplain of St. Michael's, Bognor, 1899. Of St. Michael's, Seal, 1902. 

Anstmther, Wyndham George Con way, son of Sir William Carmichael 
Anstruther, Bart., Woburn Lodge, Upper Woburn Place, London, 
aged 15, July 13. Left 1862 2 . Evans 

Formerly in the 85th Regiment. Died, 1898. 

WillCOX. Charles James, son of Mr. Samuel Willcox, Bridget Street, Rugby, 
aged 8, July 18. Left 1865 3 . Town 

Died in Manchester, about 1895. 

Martin, John Savage, son of William Kelso Martin, Esq. (O.R. 1829), 
Colonial Bank, Demerara, aged 14, September 18. Left 1863 1 . 

School 

Formerly a Sugar Planter in the West Indies. Since for many years in the Civil 
Service in Queensland. Of Brisbane, Queensland, 1902. 

Fletcher, Walter Bracebridge, second son of Captain- Thomas William 
Fletcher, Lawneswood House, Stourbridge. aged 13, November 4. 
Left 186 1 3 . School 

Ensign, 84th Regiment, 1866, Lieutenant, 1867. Died at his residence, Mayfield, 
Sutton Coldfield, 16 February, 1889. 

Pigott, William Harvey, son of George Grenville Wandesford Pigott, Esq. 
(O.R. 1808), Doddershall Park, aged 12, March 9. Left 1861 2 . School 

Captain, R.N. Served on the Monarch at the bombardment of Alexandria, 1882. 
Fourth Class, Osmanieh. J.P. for Bucks. Of Doddershall Park, Aylesbury. 

Church, Walter Ward, son of William John Church, Esq., 22, Circus, Bath, 
aged 13, September 25. Left 1863 3 . School 

Scott, Charles James, second son of James Nairne Scott, Esq., Blackheath 
Park, aged 13, February 17. Left 1864 1 , Arnold 

Formerly a Coffee Planter in Ceylon. Of Hilgay, Guildford. 

Houstoun, George Ludovic, eldest son of Mrs. Houstoun, Johnstone Castle, 
Renfrewshire, and the late William Houstoun, aged 13, August 31. 
Left 1863 3 . Mayor 

Queen's College, Oxford, 1866. Captain, R.A. Reserve, 1882. J.P. and D.L. for 
Renfrewshire. Of Johnstone Castle, Johnstone, N.B. 
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Blair. Dugald, son of Mrs. Blair, Pennington Street, Rugby, aged 12, 
March 4. Left 1862 2 . Town 

Selfe, Sydney Gerald Frederick, son of Henry Selfe Selfe, Esq., 15, 
Torrington Square, London, aged 12, Sept. 9. Left 1865 2 . School 

Lieutenant-Colonel, Royal Artillery. Retired 1894. Served in the Burmese 
Expedition, 1887-88. Medal with Clasp. Of 15, Springwell Avenue, Harlesden.N.W. 

Cotton, Edward Thomas Davenant, only son of the Lord Bishop of Calcutta, 
aged 13, June 29. Left 1863 2 . School 

Formerly Captain, Royal Artillery. Lieutenant-Colonel, Commanding 2nd 
Cheshire Volunteers, R.E., from 1888. M.P. for the Wirral Division of Cheshire, 
from 1885. Assumed the additionel name of JODDRELL, 1890. C.B. 26 June, 1902. 
Of Reaseheath Hall, Nantwich. Carlton Clnb. 

Savill, John Eden, son of George Savill, Esq., Ingthorp, Stamford, 
aged 13, December 14. Left 1862 2 . School 

Captain, Essex Militia. 

Carslake, John Barham, eldest son of John Hawkey Bingham Carslake, Esq., 
Bridgwator, aged 14, September 27. Left 1864 3 . B. Smith 

New College, Oxford, B.A. 1867. Won the Queen's Prize, and Gold Medal, at 
Wimbledon, 1868. Admitted a Solicitor, 1871. Of 7, Cannon Street, Birmingham. 

Thorold, George Aubrey William, eldest son of the Rev. William Thorold, 
Warkleigh, South Molton, aged 13, Sept. 15. Left 1865 3 . School 

Exeter College, Oxford, Scholar, 1865, B.A. 1870, M.A. 1873. Admitted a 
Solicitor, 1873. Of 4, Regent Street, London, W. 

Taylor, Gerald Ferguson, son of Pierce Gilbert Edward Taylor, Esq., 
Calcutta, aged 13, December 31. Left 1862 3 . Arnold 

Indian Civil Service, Police Department. At Montgomery, Punjab, 1882. Forest 
Department, 1900. 

Goodwin, George, son of Mr. George Goodwin, 17, James Street, Rugby, 
aged 9, February 9. Left 1861 2 . Town 

Kennett, Brackley Herbert Harrington, second son of Captain Vincent 
Frederick Kennett (O.R. 1815), Manor House, Dorchester, Oxon, 
aged 14, March 30. Left 1862 2 . Arnold 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1868. Served with the 51st Light Infantry in 
the Jowaki Campaign, 1877, and the Affghan War, 187880, taking part in the 
operations in the Lughman and Hissarik Valleys, where he was wounded. 
Medal and Clasp. Lieutenant-Colonel, late King's Own Light Infantry. One of 
H.M. Hon. Corps of Gentlemen-at-Arms since 1895. Of 23, Sloane Gardens, 
London, S.W. Army and Navy Club. 

Buckland, Henry Harvey, son of Charles Thomas Buckland, Esq., 
Chestrey, Surrey, aged 14, July 28. Left 1864 2 . Arnold 

A Civil Engineer, India Public Works Department. Awarded the Royal 
Humane Society's Medal for saving the life of John Dewey, at Hampton Court, 
1867. District Locomotive Superintendent, Indian State Railways, from 1888. 

Cotton, Robert Benjamin, eldest son of Robert Roland Cotton, Esq., 
Indian Civil Service, aged 15, August 23. Left 1863 2 . Arnold 

Colonel, Wiltshire Regiment, 1890. Formerly Major, 99th Regiment. Served 
throughout the Zulu War, 1879. Medal and Clasp. Colonel commanding 13th 
Regimental District, 1896-1902. Junior United Service Club, Of Batts Park 
Taunton. 

Maclachlan, Robert Dick, son of the late Charles Maclachlan, Esq., 
Kensington, aged 15, August 28. Left 1862 3 . Arnold 



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Pinckney, William John, eldest son of the Rev. William Philip Pinckney, 
Henley on-Thames, aged 15, February 9. Left 1863 3 . Arnold 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1868, M.A. 1876. University Eight, 1866. 
Vicar of Quatford, Salop, 1884-1900. Of 44, Pevensey Road, St. Leonards-on-Sea. 

Webster, Charles Payne, son of the late Barori Dickinson Webster, Esq., 
Penns, Birmingham, aged 14, December 8. Arnold 

Died at home, 14 May, 1862. 

Gregson, Matthew Henry, son of Henry Gregson, Esq,, Moorlands, 
Lancaster, aged 14, January 11. Left 1863 2 . Mayor 

Late Captain, Royal Engineers. Assistant Instructor in Field Fortifications at 
Chatham, 1881. Afterwards an Army Tutor. United Service Club. 

Alston, James Featherston, second son of William Charles Featherston 
Alston, Esq., Elmdon Hall, Birmingham, aged 15, October 20 
Left 1863 3 . Mayor 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1868, M.A. 1871. Died 14 May, 1897. 

Ross, George Edward Aubert, son of Alexander Ross, Esq., Indian Civil 
Service, aged 13, March 22. Left 1862 2 . Evans 

Barrister-at-Law, Middle Temple, 1871. Formerly practising at Allahabad. Of 
3, King's Bench Walk, Temple, B.C. 

Hyde, William, son of William Hyde, Esq., Sycamores, Louth, Lincoln- 
shire, aged 15, May 3. Left 1861 3 . Evans 

Formerly a Solicitor at Louth. 

Hitchman, Alfred William Spence, son of William Simkiris Hitchman, 
Esq., Kitebrook House, Moreton-in-the -Marsh, aged 14, April 2. 
Left 1864 1 . Evans 

St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1876. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1878. 
Of Kitebrook House, Moreton-in-the-Marsh. 

Martin, William Henry, son of the late William Bennett Martin, Esq., 
Tadcaster, aged 13. May 8. Left 1862 3 . Evans 

Trinity College, Cambridge. Assumed the name of EDMUNDS, 1867. J.P. and 
D.L. for the West Riding of Yorkshire. Secretary of the British Home Rule 
Association. Died, 6 October, 1899. 

Muir, Archibald Mungo, son of William Muir, Esq., afterwards K.C.S.I., 
Regent Terrace, Edinburgh, aged 13, Feb. 24. Left J865 3 . Evans 

Formerly in the 4th Hussars. Colonel, Bengal Staff Corps. Political Resident 
in Nepaul. Died, 16 May, 1899. 

Jayne, Basil, son of John Jayne, Esq., Pant-y-Bailea, Abergavenny, aged 
14, June 19. Left 1863 3 . Burrows 

A Colliery Proprietor. Died in London, 30 January, 1891. 

Lefroy, Harry George, eldest son of Col. John Henry Lefroy, afterwards 
K.C.M.G., Blackheath, aged 1?, Feb 21. Left 1863 3 . Burrows 

Late Major, 44th Regiment. Retired 1883. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1882. 
Of 10, King's Bench Walk, Temple, E.C. Naval and Military Club. 

Hockiii, James Rose, son of Parr Willesford Hockin, Esq., Staff Surgeon, 
Bengal Army, aged 14, May 1. Left 1861 2 . Burrows 

Tosswill, Charles Alexander, fourth son of William Tosswill, Esq., Exeter, 
aged 15, January 21. Left 1864 s . Burrows 

Oriel College, Oxford, Scholar 1865, First Class, Mathematical Moderations, 1866, 
B.A. 1869, M.A. 1872. Assistant Master at Harrow. 



196 Temple, 1858-69. 



Hood, Hon. Alfred, son of the late Viscount Hood, Barton Segrave, 
Kettering, aged 14, March 17. Left 1862 s . Burrows 

Formerly in the 52nd Regiment. Died, 14 September, 1880. 

Home, Henry Edward St. John, son of James Thomas Home, Esq., 
3, Percival Terrace, Brighton, aged 13, November 5. Left 1862 s . 

Arnold 
Exeter College, Oxford, 1866. 

Were, Edward Ash, second son of the late Thomas Bonville Were, Esq., 
5,Litfield Place, Clifton, aged 13, November 14. Left 1865 3 . Arnold 

Exhibitioner, 1865. New College, Oxford, First Class, Classical Moderations, 
1867, B.A. 1870, M.A. 1872, D.D. 18 . Assistant Master at Winchester, 1872-80. 
Vicar of North Bradley, Wilts, 1880. Canon of Southwell Cathedral, 1881. 
Archdeacon and Suffragan BISHOP OF DERBY, 1889. Of 55, Ashborne Road, Derby. 

Lloyd, James Edward, only son of Thomas Lloyd, Esq., Sparkhill, 
Birmingham, aged 14, July 12. Left 1865 2 . Mayor 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1869. Barrister-at-Law. Died, July, 1883. 

Davison, Frederick, son of Joseph Davison, Esq., Greencroft Hall, Lan- 
chester, Durham, aged 14, November 8. Left 1863 3 . Blake 

St. Peter's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1868, M.A. 1872. Barrister-at-Law, South- 
Eastern Circuit. New University Club. 

Home, Joseph White, son of James Edward Home, Esq., 42, Brunswick 
Road, Brighton, aged 14, January 12. Left 1863 1 . Blake 

St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1869, M.A. 1873. Vicar of St. James, Dame 
Street, Islington, 1880-1901. Vicar of Monkton, Ramsgate, from 1901. 

Laiighorne, Alfred Robert Maskell, son of Alfred Langhorne, Belgrave 
House, Boxmoor, aged 14, December 20. Left 1864 3 . Blake 

Formerly in the 7th Royal Fusiliers. Afterwards in the 52nd Foot. Of 41, 
Seething Lane, London, E.G. 

Earle, George William, son of Joseph Earle, Esq., Kensington Palace 
Gardens, London, aged 14, April 15. Left 186 1 2 . Blake 

Formerly a Solicitor. Of 11, Pancras Lane, Queen Street, London, E.G. 

Shafto, Frederick Duncombe, second son of the Rev. John Duncombe 
8hafto, Buck worth, Hunts, aged 13, August 27. Left 1862 s . Blake 

Christ Church, Oxford, 1865. Afterwards in the Carabineers. Died in London, 
December, 1876, 

Dowson, Edward Theodore, son of Edward Utting Dowson, Esq., Geldeston, 
Beccles, aged 14, February 12. Left 1862 s . Smythies 

J.P. for Suffolk. Of Geldeston, Beccles. 

Dennis, George Theodore, son of the Rev. James B. Pigott Dennis, Bury 
St. Edmunds, aged 17, October 23. Left 1861 s . Smythies 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B. A. 1865, M. A. 1868. Chaplain, Bengal Ecclesiastical 
Establishment, 187290. Rector of Hopton, Thetford, from 1892. 

Hiitchiiison, Marley George, son of Timothy Hutchinson, Esq., Eggleston 
Hall, Barnard Castle, aged 14, May 22. Left 1863 1 . Smythies 

Cornet, 8th Hussars, 1864, Lieutenant, 1867. 

Jervis, Walter Niel, fourth son of Swinfen Stephens Jervis, Esq., 
Darlaston Hall, Stone, aged 14, March 13. Left 1863 s . Smythies 

Passed 1st into Woolwich, 1864. Gazetted to Royal Artillery, 1867. Retired as 
Colonel, 1899. Of Yondercott, Cullompton, Devon. 



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Strickland, Thomson, sou of Jacob Strickland, Esq., 13, Victoria Square, 
Clifton, aged 13, February 23. Left 1862 3 . Smythies 

Of 13, Victoria Square, as above. 

Bromfield, James, son of James Bromfield, Esq., Ridge House, Honiton, 
Devon, aged 15, February 10. Left 1862 3 . B. Smith 

Passed 1st for Direct Commissions, 1864. Formerly Captain 50th Regiment. 
Served in the New Zealand Campaign, 1866. Medal. Staff Paymaster, with rank 
of Lieutenant-Colonel, 1895. 

Yates, Henry Townley Scott, son of Joseph St. John Yates, Esq., Well- 
bank, Sandbach, aged 14, July 8. Left 1863 2 . 13. Smith 

Gazetted to the Royal Artillery, 1868 Captain, 1879, Major, 1885. Brevet 
Lieutenant-Colonel, 1888 Colonel, 1898. Commanded the Northern Shan 
Column in the Burmese Expedition, 1886-7. Mentioned in despatches. Medal 
with Clasp, and Brevet of Lieutenant-Colonel. 

Lucas, Henry Frank Egbert, sou of Charles Lucas, Esq., Brigadier, Bom- 
bay Artillery, aged 14, February 8. Left 1862 2 . B. Smith 

Major, and Hon. Lieutenant-Colonel, 3rd Dragoon Guards. Retired, 1885. J P. 
for Devon. Of Dunchideock House, Exeter. Primrose Club. 

Heald, Ernest, third son of Nicholas Heald, Esq., Breadbury Hall, Stock- 
port, aged 15, March 9. Left 1861 3 . B. Smith 

In business in Stockport till 1873, and in the Philippines, 1874-95. Vice-Consul 
at Sual, 1894. Secretary to River Plate Gas Company, from 1897. Of 6, South 
Croxted Road, West Dulwich. 

Copeland, William, second son of William Copeland, Esq., Staindrop, 
Darlington, aged 14, August 16. Left 1863 s . Smythies 

M.B. Edinburgh. Practised in London and at Staindrop. Died, 1900. 

ENTRANCES IN OCTOBER, 1860. 

Hammond, Henry Allen, son of the Rev. John Parish Hammond. Sopley 
Vicarage, Hants, aged 12, Jan. 2. Left 1865 2 . Town and B Smith 
Died before 1886. 

Dunster, William, eldest son of William Hillyard Dunster, Esq., 3, 
Henrietta Street, London, aged 16, June 17. Left 186 1. 3 Mayor 

Exeter College, Oxford, 1864, B.A. Magdalen Hall, 1869. A Solicitor. Died in 
London, July, 1873. 

Denisou, Joseph Basil, son of Edward Hanson Denison, Esq., Bernbridge, 
Isle of Wight, aged 14, May 22. Left 1864*. Mayor 

A Civil Engineer. 

Shepard, Henry Duncan, son of Robert Howard Shepard, Esq., 34, Tavi- 
stock Square, London, aged 15, Jnly 3. Left 1862 3 . Blake 

An Architect. Of 49, Great Marlborough Street, London, W. 

DensMre, George Henry, son of the Rev. William Charles Denshire, 
Ashsted House, Epsom, aged 14, November 9. Left 1863 8 . Blake 

Formerly in the 51st Regiment. Served in the Affghan War, 1879-80. Medal. 
Retired as Captain, 1883. Of Ashted House, Epsom. Died 1901. 

Storr, Henry, son of the Rev. Francis Storr, Brenchley, Staplehurst, 
Kent, aged 15, July 14, Left 1864 1 . B. Smith 

In business at Maidstone. Of Matfield Court, Paddock Wood, R.S.O., Kent. 



198 Temple, 1858-69. 



Wallroth, Charles Henry, eldest son of the late Charles William Herman 
Wallroth, Esq., Manor Cottage, Lee, Kent, aged 14, January 1. 
Left 1864 2 . B. Smith 

F.B.G.S. Has travelled extensively in North and South America, Australasia, 
and the Far East. Of Langton House, Weston-super-Mare. 

Kaye, Arthur, fourth son of William Kaye, Esq., Tetworth Hall, St. Neots, 
aged 17, June 27- Left 1861 2 . ' Evans 

Magdalen College, Oxford, B.A. 1866, M.A. 1869. Vicar of Hessle, Hull, 1884-94. 
Vicar of Selborne, Alton, Hants, from 1894. 

Hedley, William, second sou of the late Rev. Thomas Allcock Bedley, 
24, Princes Terrace, London, aged 15, April 20. Left 1864 2 . Evans 

University College, Oxford, B.A. 1868, M.A. 1872. Rector of Thorpe-on-the-Hill, 
Lincoln, from 1901. 

DodgSOn, James Hume, son of Hassard Hume Dodgson, Esq., Putney, 
London, aged 15, January 12. Left 1863 2 . B. Smith 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1867, M.A. 1873. Admitted a Solicitor, 1878. 
Of 4, Great Winchester Street, E.G., and 19, Norfolk Crescent, Hyde Park. 

Waugh, Francis Gledstanes, only son of Joseph Charles Waugh, Esq , 
2, Mecklenburg Square, London, aged 14, June 16. Left 186i 3 . 

Mayor 

Exeter College, Oxford, B.A. 1871, M.A. 1873. F.R.G.S. Vicar of Moulsford, 
Berks, 1889-91. Author of "The History of the Athenaeum Club from its 
Foundation." Died, 21 August, 1902. 

Bernard, Francis Ralph, son of Ralph Montague Bernard, Esq., Clifton, 
Bristol, aged 14, April 11. Left 1863 2 . Mayor 

Farwell, George, second son of Frederick Cooper Farwell, Esq.,Tettenhall, 
Staffs, aged 14. December 22. Left 1864 3 . Smythies 

Balliol College, Oxford, First Class, Classical Moderations, 1866, B.A. Second 
Class, Final Classics, 1869. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 1871. Q.C. 1891. 
Bencher, 1895. A Judge of the High Court, Chancery Division, 1899. 
Knighted, 1899. Of 60, Queen's Gardens, London. W., and The Battine House, 
East Marden, Chichester. 

Doxat, Frederick William, second son of Charles Doxat, Esq., 42, 
Gloucester Square, London, aged 14, Nov. 8. Left 1864 3 . Arnold 

Oriel College, Oxford, B.A. 1867. Vicar of Wilmcote, Stratford-on-Avon, 1879-85. 
A Missionary in China, 189298. Curate of Woolverstone, Ipswich. 1899. 

Bennett, George Lovat, eldest son of Mrs. Bennett, Rugby, and the late 
Edmund Bennett, Esq., aged 14, March 28. Left 1865 3 . Town 

St. John's College, Cambridge, Scholar, 1866, B.A. 1869, M.A. 1872. Assistant 
. . Master at Rugby, 18757. Headmaster of the High School, Plymouth, 187783, 
" and of Button Valence School, Kent, from 1883. Constitutional Club. 

Baker, Godfrey Alexander, eldest son of Lieutenant-Colonel William 
Baker, Walmer, aged 15, October 3. Left 1862 3 . Burrows 

. Trinity Hall, Cambridge, B.A. 1868. Admitted a Solicitor, 1871. Of 23, John 
Street, Bedford Row, London, W.C. 

Hawdon, Cyril Gooderick, second son of Joseph Hawdon, Esq.. Kildale 
Hall, Great Ayton, Northallerton, aged 14, September 9. 
Left 1862 2 . Evans 

Emigrated to New Zealand. Of Westerfield, Ashburton, New Zealand. 



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ENTRANCES IN FEBRUARY, 1861. 

Pepperday, John Hinds, son of Mr. William Pepperday, High Street, 
Rugby, aged 10, December 1. Left 1864 2 . Town 

Of 24, High Street, Rugby. 

Crawley-Boevey, Arthur William, fifth son of Sir Martin Hyde Crawl ey- 
Boevey, Bart., Flaxley Abbey, Newnham, Gloucestershire, aged 
15, August 12. Left 1864 3 . ' Arnold 

Balliol College, Oxford, B.A. 1868, M.A. 1880. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 
1868. Indian Civil Service, 1868-93. Late Senior Collector and Magistrate, 
Bombay. Of 24, Sloane Court, London, W. East India United Service Club. 

Holland, Tom Wilkinson, son of Stephen George Holland, Esq., 18, Radan 
Place, Hyde Park, aged 14, September 10. Left 1864 2 . School 

In business as a Brewer. J.P. for Northants. Of Eydon Hall, Byfield, 
Northants. 

Fitzgerald, John Vesey Foster Vesey, eldest son of William Foster Vesey 
Fitzgerald, Esq., Rugby, aged 12, February 25. Left 1867 2 . Town 

Balliol College, Oxford, First Class, Law and Modern History, 1871, B.A. 1872. 
Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1873. Author of " The Public Health Act, 1875." 
Special Pleader, Midland Circuit. K.C. Of 56, Stanhope Gardens, London, S.W. 

Haslam, Francis William Chapman, third son of Mrs. Haslam, Rugby, 
and the late Rev. John Fearby Haslam, aged 13, January 30. 
Left 1867 2 Town 

Exhibitioner, 1867. St. John's College, Cambridge, Scholar, 1867, B.A., 13th in 
First Class, Classical Tripos, 1871. M.A. 1880. Professor of Classical Literature, 
Christ Church, New Zealand, from 1831. 

Isham, Arthur Charles, eldest son of the Rev. Arthur Isham, Weston 
Turville, Tring. aged 13, April 8. Left 1864 2 . Mayor 

Christ Church, Oxford, 1865. Sometime in Ceylon. Died, February, 1897. 

Fryer, Charles Smith, son of Colonel Fryer, Rugby, aged 14, June 20. 
Left 1863 3 . Town 

Johnson, Edmund George Lines, son of Alfred Richard Johnson, Esq., 
5, St. John's Wood Park, London, aged 15, May 17. Left 1863 2 . 

School 
A Partner in Mordan and Co., City Road, London. Died at Melbourne about 1900. 

Lea, Reginald Stephen, second son of Thomas Simcox Lea, Esq., Astley 
Hall, Stourport, aged 15, January 21. Left 1865 2 . School 

Brasenose College, Oxford, B.A. 1869, M.A. 1872. Of Lindley Lodge, Higham- 
on-the-Hill, Nuneaton. 

Cordery, Arthur, fourth son of John Cordery, Esq., Wetherell House, 
Hampstead, aged 14, October 31. Left 1865 3 . School 

Lincoln College, Oxford, Scholar, 1866, First Class, Classical Moderations, 1867, 
B.A., First Class, Final Classics, 1870. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1874. 
Of 10, New Square, Lincoln's Inn, W.C. 

Poole, Gabriel Roland Ruscombe, son of Gabriel Stone Poole, Esq., Bridg- 
water, aged 14, October 4. Left 1864 3 . School 

Gazetted to the 5th Lancers, 1869. Captain, 1871. Major, 12th Lancers, 1881. 
Ketired as Lieutenant-Colonel, 1892. Army and Navy Club. 

Clayton, John Henry, son of John Shaw Clayton, Esq., London Chambers, 
Liverpool, aged 12, August 24. Left 1865 s . School 

On the Stock Exchange, Liverpool. 



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Whitfield, William John, son of Mr. William Whitfield, Dunchurch Road, 
Rugby, aged 10, July 22. Left 186 1 3 . Town 

Died about 1880. 

Perry, Ottley Lane, second son of Walter Copland Perry, Ph.D., Boun-on- 
Rhine, aged 16, February 1. Left 1863*. School 

Lieutenant-Colonel, 2nd Volunteer Battalion, Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. 
V.D. F.S.A. F.R.Hist S. J.P for Bolton. Author of " Bolton Super Moras," &c. 
Of Roxwell, Northwood, Middlesex. Athenaeum Club. 

Thurlow, Ernest Hovell, son of the Rev. Charles Augustus Thurlow, 
Mai pas, Cheshire, aged 14. September 14 Left 1861 3 School 

Lieutenant-Colonel, Retired, late 60th Rifles. Served in the Zulu War, 1879. 
Medal and Clasp, and in the Boer War, 1881, being present at the engagements 
at Laing's Nek, and the Ingogo River. Naval and Military Club. 

Steward, Arthur Bennett, fourth son of Samuel Steward, Esq., 23, 
Connaught Square, London, aged 12. March 19. Left 1866 2 . Arnold 

Exhibitioner, 1866. Magdalen College, Oxford, Demy, 1866, B.A. 1870. Indian 
Civil Service, 1868 Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1870. Late Sessions Judge, 
Kathiawar. Retired, 1896. 

Oldham, Algernon Langston, second son of James Oldham, Esq., 53, 
Norfolk Square, Brighton, aged 14, Jan. 14. Left 1866 2 . Arnold 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. 1869, M.A. 1873. Rector of St. Leonard's, Bridg- 
north, from 1882. Prebendary of Hereford Cathedral, 1892. 

Gibbs, Thomas Frederick, son of James Gibbs, Esq., 1, Victoria Square, 
Clifton, Bristol, aged 14, December 29. Left 1862 2 . Arnold 

Ensign, 83rd Regiment, 1867. Lieutenant, 1868. 

Newman, Rowland, son of Edwin Newman, Esq., Hendford House, Yeovil, 
aged 15, October 23. Left 1863 3 . Arnold 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1870, M.A. 1873. Rector of Hawkridge-cum- 
Withypool, Dulverton, Somerset, from 1881. 

Darlington, John Shaw, son of Ralph Darlington, Esq., Lancet House, 
Lowton, Warrington, aged 14, November 25. Left 1863 2 . Mayor 
A Solicitor at Wigan. Died, 16 October, 1898. 

Ewart, James Henry, son of the late James Ewart, Esq., 5, Montpelier 
Crescent, Brighton, aged 15, July 6. Left 1863 2 . Mayor 

Formerly Captain, 78th Highlanders. Served in the Affghan War, 1880. Major, 
late Cheshire Regiment. Junior United Service Club. 

Champney, John Edward, son of Thomas Frederick Champney, Esq., 
Beverley, Yorkshire, aged 14, May 31. Left 1864 3 . Evans 

A Manufacturer at Huddersfield. J.P. for West Riding of Yorkshire. Of 27, 
Hans Place, London, S.W. Reform Club. 

Charnock, James Lawrence, only son of the late Rev. John Charnock, 
Bakewell, Derbyshire, aged 15, August 10. Left 1861 s . Evans 

St. John's College, Oxford, 1864. Sometime in the 5th Dragoon Guards. Of 
Whitedale House, Hambledon, Hants. Died 1887. 

Phipson, Weatherley, eldest son of Thomas Weatherley Phipson, Esq., 
Sherborne, Hants, aged 15, October 8. Left 1864 2 . Evans 

Balliol College, Oxford, B.A. First Class, Law and Modern History, 1868. 
Barrister-at-Lw, Inner Temple, 1879. Of 3, Paper Buildings, Temple, London,E.C. 



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Cook) Keningale Robert, son of the Rev. Robert Keningale Cook, St. John's, 
Smallbridge, Rochdale, aged 15, September 26. Left 1862 3 . Evans 

Trinity College, Dublin, B.A. 1866, M.A. and LL.D. 1875. In the Home Civil 
Service, London, 1868-72. Afterwards on the Stock Exchange, 1874. Of Arne- 
wood Rise, Lymington. Died June, 1886. 

Thomson, Charles Fitzgerald, son of William Thomson, Esq., Waterloo, 
Liverpool, aged 14, February 8. Left 1864 2 . Evans 

Gazetted to 7th Hussars, 1866. Captain, 1873, Major, 1886. Retired as Lieutenant- 
Colonel, 1893. Served in the Boer War, 1881, and in the Soudan Expedition, 1885. 
Mentioned in despatches. Medal with Clasp, and Brevet of Major. 

Burder, John Winsland, son of John Burder, Esq., Wilton House, Crump- 
sail, Manchester, aged 14, May 30. Left 1863 3 . Evans 

Magdalen Hall, Oxford, 1865. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1870. Of 1, 
Harcourt Buildings, Temple, B.C., and 24, Talbot Road, London, W. 



Barton, Henry Alfred, son of John Arthur Barton, Esq., 31, Porchester 
Square, London, aged 15, December 17. Left 1863 2 . B. Smith 

A Merchant. 

Haywood, Charles Frederick, son of Daniel Haywood, Esq., 27,Newington 
Place, Kensington, aged 15, September 19. Left 1861 2 . B. Smith 

Holbeche, Thomas Vincent, son of Vincent Holbeche, Esq., Sutton 
Coldfield, aged 14, February 27. Left 1862 3 . B. Smith 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1868. Clerk of the Peace, and Clerk to the Magistrates. 
Sutton Coldfield. 

Home, Henry Warlters, youngest son of Henry Home, Esq., Burylands, 
Surbiton, aged 14, March 5. Left 1865 3 . B Smith 

New College, Oxford, B.A. 1870. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1871. 
Chancery Bar. Of 6, Stone Buildings, Lincoln's Inn, London, W.C. 

Paterson, John Fleming, second son of Robert Paterson, Esq., Park 
Terrace, Glasgow, aged 15, November 13. Left 1863 1 . B. Smith 
A Coffee Planter in Ceylon. Died at Colombo, August, 1877. 

Pease, Charles Clifford, second son of Joseph Walker Pease, Esq., 
(O.K. 1833), Hesslewood, Hull, aged 15, October 5. Left 1863 3 . 

B. Smith 

Ensign, 43rd Regiment, 1865. 

Pease, Francis Richard, third son of the above Joseph Walker Pease, Esq., 
aged 12, May 25. Left 1865 s . B. Smith 

A Banker at Hull. J.P. and D.L. for East Riding of Yorkshire. Of 17, Lancaster 
Gate, London, W. > 

Walton, Oriel Farnell, eldest son of Thomas Todd Walton, Esq., Bristol, 
aged 14, February 26. Left 1864 2 . B. Smith 

Magdalen College, Oxford, B.A. 1868, M.A. 1871. Barrister-at-Law, Inner 
Temple, 1870. Western Circuit. Of Maperton House, Somerset. Died, 
1 November, 1886. 

Mein, William Burnley, son of Robert Mein, Esq., Thorney Abbey, 
Peterborough, aged 16, May 8. Left 1863 2 . Anstey 

Green, Joseph Fletcher, second son of Frederick Green, Esq., 34, Avenue 
Road, St, John's Wood, London, aged 14, April 28. Left 1864 s . 

Anstey 

In the Firm of Green and Co., Shipowners, Blackwall. 
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Williams, Powles, son of Samuel Williams, Esq., Lamphey Park, 
Pembroke, aged 15, December 15. Left 1864 2 . Anstey 

Brown, Charles Cornish, son of Samuel Brown, Esq., 27, Caledonia Place, 
Clifton, aged 15, December 7. Left 1863 2 . Anstey 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1869. Practising at Bristol. Of Shannon Court, Bristol. 

Leather, Arthur Hugo, younger son of John Towlerton Leather, Esq., 
Leven Hall, Leeds, aged 14, March 30. Left 1862 2 . Anstey 

A Manufacturer at Bradford. J. P. for Northumberland. Assumed the additional 
name of CULLEY, 1896. Of Fowberry Tower, Belford, Northumberland. 

Pry, Richard William, only son of Richard Fry, Esq., Rockferry, Birken- 
head, aged 14, April 24. Left 1863 2 . Blake 

Magdalen Hall, Oxford, 1866. 

Rose, Edward George, third son of William George Rose, Esq., 15a, Hill 
Street, London, W., aged 14, April 25. Left 1864 s . Blake 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1867. In business in London. Member of 
Lloyds. Of the Leete, Writtle, Chelmsford. Union Club. 

Goschen, William Edward, fifth son of William Henry Goschen, Esq., 12, 
Austin Friars, London, aged 13, July 18. Left 1866 2 . Blake 

Corpus Christi College, Oxford, 1866. Secretary of Legation at Pekin, 18858, 
Copenhagen, 188890, Lisbon, 18903, to Embassy at Washington, 18934, at 
St. Petersburg, 18948. Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to 
Servia, 1898. 

Attye, Edward Arthur, third son of James Attye, Esq. (O.R. 1823), Rugby, 
aged 13, March 16. Left 1862 2 . Town 

Of Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire. Died, 12 October, 1882. 

Prower, Mervyn, eldest son of John Elton Prower, Purton House, Swindon, 
aged 13, May 2. Left 1866 1 . Evans 

Brasenose College, Oxford, 1866. Died in College, 28 November, 1867. 

ENTRANCES IN APRIL, 1861. 

Seager, John Lingen, son of the Rev. John Osborne Seager, Stevenage, 
aged 14, February 8. Left 1866 1 . Arnold 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1870, M.A. 1875. Vicar of Little Wymondley, 
Herts, 18915. 

Grainger, Henry William Allerdale, second son of Henry Grainger, Esq., 
M.D., High Ireby Grange, Wigton, aged 12, August 7. Left 1866 2 . 

B. Smith 

Settled in South Australia. Member for Wallaroo, 1884-5, and 18901901. 
Appointed State Agent for that Colony, 1901. Of 1, Crosby Square, London, B.C. 
Grosvenor Club. 

Acland, Arthur Herbert Dyke, second son of Thomas Dyke A eland, Esq., 
afterwards Baronet, Sprydoncote, Exeter, aged 13, October 13 
Left 1866 s . School 

Christ Church, Oxford, B.A. 1870, M.A. 1873, Student, 1884. Ordained 1872, but 
retired under the Disabilities Relief Act. M.P. for Botherham Division of 
Yorkshire, 18851899. Vice-President of the Committee of Council on Education, 
18925. Of Westholme, Scarborough. Reform Club. 

Potts, Henry John, eldest son of Henry Potts, Esq., Glanrafon, Mold, 
aged 16, March 20. Left 1861 s . Anstey 

Exeter College, Oxford, 1865. Of Glanrafon, Co. Denbigh. J.P. Died, 1892. 



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Courtenay, Edward James, son of James Courtenay, Esq., 9, Upper 
Finchley Road, London, aged 15, August 14. Left 1863 3 . Anstey 

Colonel, 35th Royal Sussex Regiment. Instructor in Tactics, Royal Military 
College, 1878-85. Of The Cottage, New Galloway, N.B. Naval and Military Club. 

McBride, Ernest Ehlers, son of James McBride, Esq., Greenock, aged 14, 
June 1. Left 1862 3 . Burrows 

Gazetted to the 98th Regiment, 1864. Retired as Captain, 1878. J.P. for Co. 
Cork. Of 11, Oakhill Road, Putney. Junior United Service Club. 

Fawsitt, Thomas, son of the late T. Fawsitt. Esq., 6, Hulme Place, Orescent, 
Salford. aged 15, July 17. Left 1862 1 . Mayor 

M.R.C.S., England. L.R.C.P., London. L.S.A. Surgeon, Oldham Infirmary. 
Of Holmfield House, Oldham, Lancashire. 

Holden, John Shuttleworth, fourth son of Edward Anthony Holden, Esq., 
Aston Hall, Derby, aged 13, June 27. Left 1864 3 . Burrows 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1869, M.A. 1873. Patron and Rector, from 1877, 
of Lackford, Bury St. Edmunds. J.P. for Suffolk. 

ENTRANCES IN AUGUST, 1861. 

O'Grady, Gilbert, eldest son of Standish Thomas O'Grady, Esq., Rugby, 
aged 14, February 10. Left 1861 3 . Town 

Formerly in the 78th Highlanders. J.P. for Co. Limerick. Of Landscape, 
Clonlara, Co. Clare. Naval and Military Club. 

Palmer, Charles James, son of William James Palmer, Esq., Bilton Road, 
Rugby, aged 13, April 22. Left 1862 3 . Town 

Died in South Africa, 1894. 

Maude, Thomas, son of Thomas Maude, Esq., Hillmorton Road, Rugby, 
aged 13, January 26. Left 1865 1 . Town 

In Holy Orders. Has held various Curacies. Of Selborne, Torquay. 

Arnold, Harry, son of Mr. R. S. Arnold, Eversfield House, Rugby, 
aged 9, September 21. Left 1868 1 . Town 

Nutt, Whaley Bouchier, son of Mrs. Nutt, Rugby, aged 15, August 4. 
Left 1863 3 . Town 

A Merchant at Manchester. Died, 4 March, 1895. 

Meiklejohn, David Ogilvie, son of Mrs. Meiklejohn, Hillmorton Road, 
Rugby, and the late Rev. William Hope Meiklejohn, D.D., 
aged 14, July 14. Left I860 1 . Town 

Indian Civil Service, 1870. Barrister-at-Law, Middle Temple, 1881. Deputy 
Commissioner Jabalpur, 1889. Retired, 1897. Of 45, Victoria Road, Kensington. 
East India United Service Club. 

Bowstead, Charles James, son of Joseph Bowstead, Esq., H.M.I., Hyde 
House, Stroud, aged 15, August 7. Left 1863 3 . Mayor 

A Civil Engineer. Some years engaged in railway work in India, Mexico, etc. 
Member of the Institute, C.E. 1881. Of Hyde Grange, Chalford, Stroud. 

Hawkes, Robert Tomkyns, son of Oolonel Robert Hawkes, 80th Regiment, 
Rugby, aged 15, February 1. Left 1862 3 . Town 

Formerly in the 7th Fusiliers. Major, Bengal Staff Corps, 1885. 

Stalkartt, William Marmaduke, son of Mrs. Stalkartt, Calcutta, aged 15, 
June 26. Left 1864*. Town 



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Smythies, Arthur, son of the Rev. Edward Smythies (O.R. 1830),Hathern 
Rectory, Loughborough, aged 13, December 16. Left 1866 3 . Anstey 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1870. Indian Forest Department, 1872. 
Conservator, Central Provinces, from 1898. 

Hoole, Percival Francis, son of Henry Elliot Hoole, Esq., Crookes Moor 
House, Sheffield, aged 15, July 9. Left 1865 2 . Anstey 

Magdalene College, Cambridge, B.A. 1869, M.A. 1872, Barrister-at-Law, Inner 
Temple, 1870. Of The Horbery, Glenside, Sheffield. 

Baugh, Charles Folliott, son of Major Baugh, 9th Bombay Infantry, aged 
14, March 24. Left 1865 3 . Mayor 

Sometime in the 109th Regiment. Captain, Bombay Staff Corps. Staff Officer 
at Quettah, where he died, August, 1879. 

Theobald, Henry Studdy, second son of William Theobald, Esq., Calcutta, 
aged 14, June 7. Left 1866 2 . School 

Exhibitioner, 1866. Balliol College, Oxford, First Class, Classical Moderations, 
1868, Taylorian Scholar, 1868, B.A. First Class, Final Classics, 1870, Fellow of 
Wadham College, 1871, M.A. 1877. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1873. Of 
7, New Square, Lincoln's Inn, London, W.O. 

Hutchinson, G-eorge William, eldest son of the late Captain George Rowan 
Hutchinson, R.E., aged 13, April 27. Left 1866 3 . School 

University College, Oxford, B.A. 1870. Gazetted to the 90th Regiment, 1871. 
Retired as Captain, 1880. Served in the Zulu War, 1879. J.P. for Worcestershire. 
Assumed the additional name of GRICE before Hutchinson, 1885. M.P. for Aston 
Manor from 1891. Of The Boynes, Upton-on-Sven. Carlton Club. 

Watkins, Agnew Locke, son of the Rev. Frederick Watkins, H.M.I., 
Thribergh, Rotherham, aged 13, May 6. Left 1867 2 . School 

In the Exchequer and Audit Office. Died, 19 June, 1886. 

Watkins, Frederick Wilmer, son of the above Rev. Frederick Watkins, 
aged 12, June 19. Left 1864 3 . School 

Gazetted to the Royal Engineers, 1869. Captain, 1881. Major, 1887. Retired, 
1889. Served in the Zulu War, 1879, and the Boer War, 18801. Medal. 

Herbert, John, son of Abraham Burbery Herbert, Esq., Keresley, 
Coventry, aged 14, January 16. Left 1864 8 . School 

Of the Priory, Kenilworth. 

Attve, Robert, fourth son of James Attye, Esq. (O.R. 1823), Rugby, 
aged 12, March 19. Left 1864 1 . Town 

For some time past a hopeless invalid. 

Marshall, Frank Edward, son of Henry Cowper Marshall, Esq., Weetwood 
Hall, Leeds, aged 14, August 10. Left 1866 2 . Arnold 

Trinity College, Cambridge, Scholar, 1866, B.A. 1870, M.A. 1873. Assistant 
Master at Harrow. Of Newlands, Harrow. 

Hart, George Henry Reeves, fourth son of William Hart, Esq., Indian 
Civil Service, aged 13, October 4. Left 1865 3 . School 

Indian Civil Service, Financial Department. Assistant Private Secretary to 
Lord Northbrooke, Viceroy of India. Private Secretary to Sir Richai-d Temple, 
and Sir James Fergusson, and Lord Reay, Governors of Bombay. Controller of 
Indian Treasury, Calcutta, 1898. 

Crowdy, James G-ordon, eldest son of George Frederick Crowdy, Esq., 
Faringdon, Berks, aged 14, July 2. Left 1866 2 . School 

Wadham College, Oxford, B.A. 1870, M.A. 1873. Minor Canon of Winchester 
Cathedral, 1872-90. Precentor from 1882. Rector of Sherfield-on-Loddon, Basing 
stoke, from 1890. Hon. Canon of Winchester Cathedral. 



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Maxwell, William Hall, son of John Hall Maxwell, Esq., O.B., Edinburgh, 
aged 14, August 2. Lett 1864 2 . Burrows 

Merton College, Oxford, 1867. Captain, Renfrew Militia. J.P. and D.L. Of 
Dargavel House, Renfrewshire. Died, 26 November, 1888. 

Canning, William Allitt, only son of William Folwell Canning, Esq., 
Carlton Villa, Leamington, aged 15, Deo. 9. Left 1864 2 . Mayor 

Wadham College, Oxford, B.A. 1868. A Solicitor at Leamington. Of Stourton 
Villa, Leamington. 

Chester, Charles Anthony, son of Major Charles Montagu Chester, New- 
port Pagnell, aged 15, April 15. Left 1863 2 . Mayor 

J.P. for Buckinghamshire. Chicheley Hall, Newport Pagnell, Bucks. 

Hailstone, Arthur, son of the Rev. John Hailstone, Bottisham Vicarage, 
Cambridgeshire, aged 14, November 17. Left 1863 5 . Mayor 

Formerly a Solicitor at Bradford. Of Chateaubriand, Gosey, Jersey. 

Lambert, Arthur William, son of William Lambert, Esq., Clarendon 
House, Nottingham, aged 14, January 17- Left 1864 3 . Mayor 

St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1870. Died in Italy, June, 1881. 

Buckmaster, Thomas Walter, son of the late William Buckmaster, Esq., 
81, Piccadilly, London, aged 15, November 16. Left 1863 3 . Anstey 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1869. Died at Wimbledon, July, 1873. 

Conrtenay, James Reginald, son of Thomas Courtenay, Esq., 14, Fitz- 
william Square, Dublin, aged 14, June 5. Left 1864 8 . Anstey 

Formerly in the 23rd Regiment, Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Died before 1886. 

Michaelson, Edward Brockholes, son of the late Thomas Yates Parker 
Michaelson, Esq., Ulverstone, aged 15, December 18. Left 1862 1 . 

Anstey 

Trinity CoUege, Cambridge, 1886. Curate of North Kyme, Lincolnshire, 1893-96. 
Of Annesley Woodhouse, Notts. 

Arnold, Ernest Penrose, third son of. the Rev. Charles Thomas Arnold 
(O.R. 1831), Rugby, aged 14, August 1. Left 1866 3 . Arnold 

Exhibitioner, 1866. BaUiol CoUege, Oxford, B.A. 1874, M.A. 1877. Master of a 
Preparatory School at Wixenford, Eversley, Winchfield. 

Elwes, Shafto Robert, son of the late Seth Thomas Elwes, Esq., 16, Lower 
Berkeley Street, London, aged 13, Dec. 24. Left 1865 1 . Arnold 

Ensign, the 60th Rifles, 1867. Died soon after. 

Hatfeild, John, fourth son of the late Randal Hatfeild, Esq. (O.R. 1813), 
Skellow Grange, Doncaster, aged 15, June 15. Left 1862 3 . Arnold 

Of Thorp Arch. J.P. Died, 5 July, 1889. 

Pearson, Arthur Astley, son of Sir Edwin Pearson, Sunnyside, Wimbledon, 
aged 13, November 14. Left 1866 2 . Arnold 

In the Colonial Office since 1867. First Class Clerk, 1881. Principal Clerk, 1895. 
Private Secretary to several Ministers. C.M.G., 26 June, 1902. 

Spooner, Hamilton William Wetherell, son of Richard Spooner, Esq., 73, 
Inverness Terrace, London, aged 12, Feb. 6. Left 1865*. Arnold 

Gazetted to the llth Regiment, 1868. Served with the 94th Regiment through 
the South African War, 1879. Medal with Clasp. Retired as Major, 1890. J.P. 
for Warwickshire. Of Elmdon House, Rugby. 



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Beardsley, William Frederick, son of William Beardsley, Esq., Great 
Glenn House, Leicester, aged 15, July 20. Left 1864 1 . Evans 

A Solicitor at Loughborough. Admitted 1870. Of The Grove, Loughborough. 

Bros, Arthur Finchley Quayle, son of Thomas Bros, Esq., Springfield, 
Upper Clapton, aged 13, January 26. Left 1865 3 . Evans 

St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1870, M.A. 1875. Vicar of Shabbington, 
Thame, 1892. 

Buckley, Thomas Edward, son of the Rev. Thomas Buckley, Balmoral 
Place, Old Trafford, Manchester, aged 15, April 3. Left 1862 s . Evans 

Cowie, David Lawford, son of David Cowie, Esq., Calcutta, aged 15, 
July 25. Left 1865 3 . Evans 

Died, 1883. 

Allcard, Septimus, son of the late William Allcard, Esq., 43, Upper Brook 
Street, London, aged 15, May 30. Left 1864 2 . Evans 

Died before 1886. 

Greg, Samuel Herbert, son of Samuel Greg, Esq., Macclesfield, aged 15, 
May 29. Left 1863 3 . Evans 

Of The Mount, Bollington, Cheshire. 

Kirby, Augustus George, son of George Goldsmith Kirby, Esq., Little 
Marble Hill, Twickenham, aged 14, June 22. Left 1865 3 . Evans 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1869, M.A. 1874. Rector of Pebmarsh, Halstead, 
Essex, from 1881. 

Oerton, Frank, son of Francis Baildon Oerton, Esq., Highgate House, 
Walsall, aged 14, January 12. Left 1864 3 . Evans 

Formerly a Solicitor at Birmingham. Afterwards went to South Africa. 

Wilkes, John, eldest son of the Rev. John Wilkes, Lofts Hall, Royston, 
aged 12, October 12. Left 1867 2 . Evans 

St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1871. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 1873. 
Of Lofts Hall, Saffron Walden; 

Blackwell, Edward Samuel, son of Thomas Evans Black well, Esq., 77, 
Sherbrook Street, Montreal, aged 13, Nov. 17. Left 1863 3 . Burrows 

Brisco, Arthur Hylton, fifth son of Robert Brisco, Esq., afterwards 
Baronet, Lowrick House, Egremont, Cumberland, aged 12, Sept. 
18. Left 1863. 3 Burrows 

Sheep Farming in New Zealand, from 1874. Of Kaweriri Awahuri, Fielding, 
New Zealand. 

Brodie, James Campbell John, second son of the late James Campbell 
Brodie, Esq., Edinburgh, aged 13, March 26. Left 1863 2 . Burrows 

St. Andrew's University. Of Lethen and Coulmony, Nairnshire. Lord Lieutenant 
of Nairnshire, 1873. Died at Bournemouth, 25 July, 1880. 

Ford, Arthur Randle, son of Charles Ingram Raudle Ford, Esq., Abbey- 
field, Sandbach, aged 14, August 28. Left 1863 2 . Burrows 
Ensign, 120th Regiment, 1865. Lieutenant, 1869. Retired, 1873. 

Shaw, William Henry, son of Bentley Shaw, Esq., Woodfield House, 
Huddersfield, aged 15, September 25. Left 1863 2 . Burrows 

Of Koseden, Jersey. 



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Shaw, Edward Stanhope, son of the above Bentley Shaw, Esq., aged 14, 
September 14 Left 1864 3 . Burrows 

Lockwood Brewery, Huddersfield. 

Woodroofe, Henry Purdon, son of William Moreton Woodroofe, Esq., 
Kingstown, aged 15, January 14. Left 1863 2 . Burrows 

Ensign, 62nd Regiment, 1867. Lieutenant, 1868. Retired, 1870. 

Boyson, Henry, third son of Ambrose Boy son, Esq., Elm House, Clapham 
Common, aged 14, November 12. Left 1863 2 . B. Smith 

St. John's College, Oxford, 1866. Died, 1881. 

Cooper, Bernard, son of Bernard Cooper, Esq., Hazlegrove, Stockport, 
aged 15. July 7. Left 1861 3 . B. Smith 

Graham, John Smelley, son of William Smelley Graham, Esq., Sunninghill, 
Staines, aged 15, July 4. Left 1863 1 . B. Smith 

In New Zealand. 

Jesse, George, son of William Jesse, Esq., Maisonette, Ingatestone, Essex, 
aged 14. April 18. Left 1863 2 . B. Smith 

Rutter, John Clement, son of John Simpson Rutter. Esq., Coton House, 
Wolverhampton, aged 14, April 9. Left 1863 3 . B. Smith 

Formerly a Solicitor. Of Hazelwood, Morden, Surrey. 

Bagley, Richard, son of William Bagley, Esq., 28, Westbourne Square, 
London, aged 14, March 12. Left 1865 2 . Blake 

Clerk, George Thomas, son of John Clerk, Esq., Astley Castle, Nuneaton, 
aged 14, December 12. Left 1862 1 . Blake 

Died young. 

Heatley, Charles Davis, son of Richard Davis Heatley, Esq., Crix, 
Chelmsford, aged 15, January 14. Left 1863 3 . Blalce 

In business in London. Of 41, Seething Lane, Crutched Friars, London, E.G. 

Sneyd-Kynnersley, Herbert William, fourth son of Thomas Clement 
Sneyd Kynnersley, Esq. (O.R. 1813), The Leveretts, Birmingham, 
aged 13, April 23. Left 1867 2 . Blake 

Trinity College, Cambridge, LL.B. 1871. In Holy Orders. Headmaster of St 
George's School, Ascot, 1880. Died, 1886. 

Thornton, Arthur Parry, third son of John Thornton, Esq , Allan House, 
Guildford, aged 13. February 9. Left 1865 2 . Blake 

Formerly in the 36th Foot. Colonel, Bengal Staff Corps. Cantonment Magistrate, 
Secunderabad, 1884. Resident, Western States of Rajpootana, 1901 CS.I 
26 June, 1902. 

Wauton, Charles Joseph Morrison, son of the late Rev. Joseph Atherton 
Wauton, Rugby, aged 13, February 21. Left 1867 2 . Town 



King's College, Cambridge, Exhibitioner, 1867, B.A. 1871, M.A. 1874. Assistant 
Master at Bedford School, 1875. Of The Towers, Crowthorne, Berks. 

Browne, Henry Lewis St. Barbe, second son of Col. William Browne, 
Rugby, aged 11, September 24. Left 1868 2 . Town Wilson 

Exhibitioner, 1868. Brasenose College, Oxford, Scholar, 1868. Indian Civil 
Service, 1870. Assumed the name of ST. BARBE. Killed by dacoits, when 
Political Resident in Burmah, 21 February, 1886. A Tablet to his memory is in 
the School Chapel. 



208 Temple, 1858-69. 



Hallett, John Douglas, son of the late Col. J. D. Hallett, Bombay Army, 
Rugby, aged 13, May 11. Left 1864 1 . Town 

Captain, Bengal Staff Corps. Died, February, 1874. 

Home, Francis George, son of Henry Home, Esq., Burylands, Surbiton, 
aged 14, July 7. Left 1865 2 . B. Smith 

A Merchant. Of 36, Cornhill, London, B.C. 

Long, William Waithman, son of the late Isaac Long, Esq., Alderley Edge, 
aged 13, October 1. Left 1864 2 . Blake 

A Merchant. Of 2, Clarence Street, Manchester. 

ENTRANCES IN OCTOBER, 1861. 

Foole, Hugh Ruscombo, fourth son of Gabriel Stone Poole, Esq., Bridg- 
water, aged 13, February 6. Left 1866 3 . School 

Christ Church, Oxford, B.A. 1869. Admitted a Solicitor, 1873. Practising at 
South Petherton. Under Sheriff for Somerset. 

Crofts, Ernest, son of John Crofts, Esq., 3, Hillary Place, Leeds, aged 14, 
September 15. Left 1863 3 . School 

Elected a Royal Academician, 1896. A.R.A. 1880. Keeper of the Royal Academy 
from 1898. Of 45, Grove End Road, St. John's Wood, London, N.W. 

Crowder, Frederick, second son of George Augustus Crowder, Esq., 42, 
Portman Place, London, aged 16, October 8. Left 1863 3 . School 

Brasenose College, Oxford, 1864. University Eight. 

Shepherd, Charles Herbert, son of Thomas Shepherd, Esq., Newbiggin, 
Beverley, aged 15, April 4. Left 186 1 3 . Mayor 

Gazetted to the 9th Foot, 1865. Captain, Norfolk Regiment, 1880. Major, 1883. 
Adjutant, Auxiliary Forces, 1881-86. Lieutenant-Colonel, 1893. Served in the 
Burmese Expedition, 1887-89. D.S.O. Medal and two Clasps. Colonel com- 
manding Norwich District, 1902. 

Pearce, Henry, son of William Pearce, Esq., 33, Porchester Terrace, 
London. Left 1861 3 . Mayor 

Omitted in last Edition. 

Fetherstonhangh, Richard Steele Rupert, son of Richard Fetherston- 
haugh, Esq., Rock View, Killucan, Ireland, aged 13, September 20. 
Left 1865 2 . Mayor 

Gazetted to the 60th Foot, 1868. Captain, King's Royal Rifles, 1880. Major, 1885. 
Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel, 1885. Lieutenant-Colonel, 1894. Served in the Zulu 
War, 1879, in the Soudan Expedition, 1885, with the Mounted Infantry. Present 
at the actions of Abu Klea and El Gubat, and operations round Metammeh. 
Mentioned in despatches. Medal with Clasp, and Brevet of Lieutenant-Colonel. 
Of Gwydyr House, Isle of Wight. Naval and Military Club. 

Wason, Eugene, second son of Peter Rigby Wason, Esq., Corwer, Girvan, 
N.B., aged 15, January 26. Left 1864 3 . Burrows 

Wadham College, Oxford, B.A. 1868, M.A. 1871. University Eight. Barrister- 
at-Law, Middle Temple, 1870. Afterwards a Solicitor. M.P. for South Ayrshire, 
1885-6, and 1892-5 for Clackmannan and Kinrosshire from 1899. Of Blair, Girvan, 
Ayrshire. Reform Club. 

Filditch, Frank Slater, son of Thomas Pilditch, Esq., Patway House, 
Frome, Somerset, aged 14, December 14. Left 1864 3 . Burrows 
Admitted a Solicitor, 1872. Of 57, New Broad Street, London, E.G. 



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Samuelson, Henry Bernhard, eldest son of Bernhard Samuelson, Esq., 
afterwards Baronet, Leamington, aged 16, September 30. 
Left 1864 3 . Arnold 

Trinity College, Oxford, 1865. M.P. for Cheltenham, 1868-74, for Frome, 1876-85. 
Of Villa La Montague, Beaulieu-sur-Mer, Alpes Maritimes, France. Wellington 
Club. 

Oerton, John Brawn, son of Francis Baildon Oerton, Esq., Highgate House, 
Walsall, aged 13, February 13. Left 1864 1 . Evans 

A Solicitor at Walsall. Died 1885, 

Cassels, John Andrew, eldest son of Andrew Oassels, Esq., Whalley Range, 
Manchester, aged 14, August 4. Left 1864 3 . Blake 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. 1870. A Merchant in Bombay, 187092, and in 
Calcutta, 18925. A Fellow of the University of Bombay, 1892. Secretary to the 
Trinidad Shipping Company, from 1895. Of 62, Buchanan Street, Glasgow. 

Novell!, Lewis William, only son of the late Lewis Novelli, Esq., 
Manchester, aged 14, September 28. Left 1865 1 . Blake 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1870, M.A. 1873. Barrister-at-Law, Inner 
Temple, 1871. Oxford and Cambridge Club. 

ENTRANCES IN FEBRUARY, 1862. 

Yule, James Herbert, eldest son of the late Colonel R. A. Yule, Rugby, 
aged 14. April 26. Left 1862 2 . Town 

Also at Haileybury. Gazetted to the llth Foot, 1865, Captain, Devon Regi- 
ment, 1878, Major, 1883, Lieutenant-Colonel, 1895, Colonel, 1898. Served in the 
Affghan War, 187980. Medal. Served in the Burmese Expedition, 18912, 
North- West Frontier, India, 18978, with the Tirah Force, in command of 1st 
Battalion Devon Regiment. Commanded 8th Brigade, with local rank of Major- 
General, Natal Field Force, 1899. Present at battle of Dundee. C.B. Retired, 
1901. Naval and Military Club. 

Bennett, Edmund Francis Thomas, son of Mrs. Bennett, Rugby, and the 
late Edmund Bennett, Esq., aged 14, July 13. Left 1865 3 . Town 

A Civil Engineer, London and North- Western Railway. Afterwards Assistant 
Master at Loretto School, Edinburgh, and St. Mark's, Windsor. In the Colonial 
Ofl&ce, Downing Street. Of 4, Upper Park Place, Blackheath, Kent. 

Newall, William Potter, second son of the Rev. Samuel Newall, Rugby, 
aged 13, May 19. Left 1865 3 . Town 

Gazetted to the 41st Foot, 1868. Captain, Bengal Staff Corps, 1880. Major, 1888. 
Lieutenant-Colonel, 1894. Retired, 1897. Served in the Affghan War, 1878-80, 
at the operations at and around Kabul, 1879. Medal with Clasp. And in the 
Manipur Expedition, 1891. Medal with Clasp. Of 16, Learn Terrace, Leamington. 

Thompson, William Frederick, second son of the late Rev. James Thompson, 
Rector of Lincoln College, Oxford, aged 14, Sept. 17. Left 1866 2 . 

School 

Lincoln College, Oxford, B.A. 1871, M.A. 1873. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 
1873. Of 44, Russell Road, Kensington, London, W. 

Erskine, William Reid, son of Claude James Erskine, Esq., Civil Service, 
Calcutta, aged 14, December 28. Left 1865 2 . School 

Trinity Hall, Cambridge, B.A. 1876, M.A. 1880. Vicar of Treleigh, Redruth, 
Cornwall, from 1886. 

Gill, Philip Owen, son of Joseph Gill, Esq., Brynygwalia, Oswestry, aged 
14, April 13. Left 1865 1 . School 

Of Brynygwalia, Oswestry (1890). 
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Campbell, Donald Charles Yores, son of James Archibald Campbell, Esq., 
(O.K. 1822), Rugby, aged 13, January 13. Left 1865*. Town 

A Priest of the Roman Catholic Church. 

Pearse, Herbert George, second son of the Rev. William Pearse, Cather- 
ington House, Horndean, aged 13, October 31. Left 1867 2 . B. Smith 

Exhibitioner, 1867. Balliol College, Oxford, 1867. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's 
Inn, 1878. Indian Civil Service, 1871. District and Sessions Judge, Allahabad. 
Retired, 1898. 

Morris, Charles Alexander, son of the late Rev. G. E. Morris, Rugby, 
aged 13, November 10. Left 1863 2 . Town 

Gazetted to the 16th Foot, 1867. Captain, West York Regiment, 1878. Major, 
1882. Served in the Affghan War, 1880. At the action of Mazina, and Kama 
Expedition. Medal. Retired as Lieutenant-Colonel, 1892. 

Trist, John William, son of George Trist, Esq., Eliot Lodge, Sydeiiham 
Hill, Kent, aged 14, August 3. Left 1863 2 . B. Smith 

In business in London. Of 62, Old Broad Street, London, E.G. 

Godley, John Arthur, eldest son of John Robert Godley, Esq., 11, 
Gloucester Place, London, aged 14, June 17. Left 1866 2 . Blake 

Exhibitioner, 1866. Balliol College, Oxford, Exhibitioner, 1865. Chancellor's 
Latin Verse, 1867. Hertford Scholar, and First Class, Classical Moderations, 1868. 
Gaisford Prize for Greek Verse, 1869, and Greek Prose, 1870, Ireland Scholar, 1870, 
B.A. Eldon Scholar, 1871, M.A. 1873, Fellow of Hertford College, 1874. Com- 
missioner of Inland Revenue, 18823. Permanent Under Secretary of State for 
India from 1883. K.C.B. 1893. A Trustee 'of Rugby School. Of Mauley Lodge, 
Farnborough, and 13, Ennismore Gardens, London, S.W. 

Outhwaite, Francis John, son of John Outhwaite, Esq., M.D., Park House, 
EFarrogate, aged 14, January 7. Left 1863*. School 

Lieutenant-Colonel 4th Battalion Highland Light Infantry. Died at his residence, 
Craigforth, Fife, 11 June, 1897. 

Tindal, Nicolas, eldest son of Acton Tindal, Esq., Manor ETouse, Aylesbury, 
aged 14, January 5. Left 1862 2 . Evans 

Pembroke College, Oxford, B.A. 1870, M.A. 1878. Assumed the additional names 
of CARILL-WORSLEY, 1878. Of Platt Hall, Rusholme, Manchester. New University 
Club. 

Nevins, Reginald Theophilus Graham, son of Penrose Nevins, Esq., 
Australia, aged 14. April 12. Left 1866 1 . Town 

Civil Service, G.P.O., from 1866. Assistant Principal Clerk, 1899. Of Pembroke 
Lodge, Hildenbrough, Tonbridge. 

, Lawrence Robert, son of James Whigham, Esq., 6. Gloucester 
Orescent, London, aged 13, February 21. Left 1866 1 . School 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. and LL.B. 1870. M.A. 1873. Vicar of South- 
bourne, Hants, 18871901. Vicar of Holy Trinity, Cowes, Isle of Wight, from 
1901. Chaplain, Royal Yacht Squadron, 1902. 

Mortimore, Alexander, son of William Mortimore, Esq., Champion Hill, 
Camberwell, aged 14, June 5. Left 1864 3 . Mayor 

Paul, Thomas, son of Alexander Paul, Esq., 14, Grosvenor Terrace, 
Glasgow, aged 14, November 9. Left 1868 3 . Mayor 

Entered the Army, 1866. 

Sim, Frederick William, sixth son of John Sim, Esq., Cheam, Surrey, 
aged 14, June 26. Left 1865 2 . Mayor 

Christ Church, Oxford, B.A. 1872, M.A. 1874. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 
1874. Of Coombe Wood, Surrey. 



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Barber, William Joseph Starkey, only son of the Rev. William Henry 
Barber, Darley Dale, Matlock, aged 14, Aug. 1. Left 1865 1 . Mayor 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1871. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1877. 
Assumed the name of BARBER-STARKEY, 1873. J.P. for North Riding of York- 
shire. Of Aldenham Park, Bridgnorth. Devonshire Club. 

Romilly, Cosmo, fourth son of Charles Eomilly, Esq., 29, Wilton Orescent, 
London, aged 13, February 18. Left 1863 2 . Anstey 

A Merchant in London. Of 25, Old Broad Street, London, B.C. 

Parkes, Henry Alexander, son of the Rev. William Joseph Parkes, Hilgay 
Rectory, Downham, aged 15, November 16. Left 1863 3 . Anstey 
Died before 1886. 

Cooper, George William, son of Thomas Cooper, Esq., Runcorn, Cheshire, 
aged 15, May 28. Left 1864 s . Anstey 

Richardson, John, son of Ralph Richardson, Esq., Castle Park, Exmouth, 
aged 11, May 19. Left 1867 3 . Anstey 

M.B. Edinburgh. Of Lynsted, Torquay. 

Verelst, Harry William, eldest son of the late Charles Verelst, Esq., 
Claughton, Birkenhead, aged 15, July 2. Left 1865 3 . Anstey 

Hon. Major, Queen's Own Yorkshire Dragoons. J.P. and D.L. for West Riding. 
Of Aston Hall, Rotherham. Junior Carlton Club. 

Spilling, Thomas, son of the late Thomas Spilling, Esq., Aldborough Hall, 
Hanworth, aged 14, December 8. Left 1864 3 . Arnold 

Fison, Frederick William,. eldest son of William Fison, Esq., Greenholme, 
Otley, aged 14, December 4. Left 1866 3 . Arnold 

Christ Church, Oxford, Junior Student, 1867, First Class Natural Science, 1870, 
B.A. 1871, M.A. 1873. Represented the Government in the Solar Expedition to 
Sicily, December, 1870. M.P. for Doncaster Division of Yorkshire, from 1895. 
Of Greenholme, Bur ley-in- Wharf edale. Carlton Club. 

Allen, John Romilly, eldest son of George Baugh Allen, Esq., 5, Albert 
Terrace, Regents Park, aged 14, June 9. Left 1864^. Arnold 

A Civil Engineer. Of Cilrhiw, Narberth. 

Visger, Harman, son of Harman Visger, Esq., Rickard Green, Bristol, 
aged 14, February 1. Left 1863 3 . Evans 

Sometime in business in Bristol and St. Vincent. Afterwards became a doctor, 
1884. In practice at Lewisham. Of 279, High Street, Lewisham, Kent. 

Peile, Clarence John, son of the Rev. Thomas Williamson Peile, Belsize 
Park, Hampstead, aged 14, May 4. Left 1865 2 . Evans 

Exhibitioner, 1866. Trinity College, Cambridge, Scholar, 1868, B.A., 10th in 
First Class, Classical Tripos, 1870. Sometime Assistant Master at Clifton College. 
Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1874. Of Lamb's Buildings, Temple, London,E.C. 

Fry, Charles Robert, son of James Thomas Fry, Esq., Hayes, Bromley, 
aged 14, January 3. Left 1865 2 . Evans 

Francis, Frederick Henry, son of Frederick Francis, Esq., Warley Place, 
Brentwood, aged 14, May 20. Left 1865 2 . Mayor 

A Stock Raiser. Of King's Valley, Benton County, Oregon, U.S.A. 

Trotter, Alexander Edmund Coutts, son of Thomas Coutts Trotter, Esq., 
Civil Service, Calcutta, aged 15, September 12. Left 1861 3 . Mayor 

In business in Calcutta, 18711887. J.P. for Midlothian. Of The Bush, Milton 
Bridge, Midlothian. Oriental Club. 



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Llewellyn, Evan Henry, son of Llewellyn Llewellyn, Esq., Buckland 
Filleigh, Devon, aged 14, February 25. Left 1863 3 . Burrows 

Major and Hon. Lieutenant-Colonel, 4th Battalion Somerset Light Infantry, 
from 1891. J. P. for Somerset. M.P. for North Somerset, 1885-92, and from 1895. 
Of Langford Court, Langford, Somerset. Carlton Club. 

Boden, George Mosley, son of George Bodeii, Esq., Fern Hill, Torquay, 
aged 14, November 15. Left 1865 2 . Burrows 

Adams, William Brydges Place, son of William Alexander Adams, Esq., 
Leamington, aged 14, November 14. Left 1864 3 . Burrows 

Lucy, William Charles, eldest son of William Charles Lucy, Esq., Clare- 
mont House, Gloucester, aged 13, March 17. Left 1867 1 . Burrows 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. 1871, M.A. 1873. J.P. for Gloucestershire. Of 
Palace Yard, Gloucester. 

Ward, James Trevelyan, son of the Rev. Richard Charles Ward, Tollerton 
Rectory, Nottingham, aged 15, January 7. Left 1864 3 . Burrows 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1870. Practising in Nottingham. Of 28, Park Terrace, 
The Park, Nottingham. 

Lushington, Algernon Hay, son of Frederick A still Lushington, Esq., 
Rosiere, Lyndhurst, aged 14, September 29. Left 1865 3 . B. Smith 
Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1870. Of Rosiere, Lyndhurst, Hants. 

Liishington, Herbert Gurney, son of the above Frederick A still Lushing- 
ton, Esq., aged 13, January 11. Left 1866 2 . B. Smith 

Went to Cheltenham College, 1866. Ensign, 31st Regiment. Died of typhoid 
fever at Malta, 19 February, 1871. 

Lushington, Frederick Seton Karr, son of the above Frederick Astill 
Lushington, Esq., aged 12, January 29. Left 1864 3 . B. Smith 
Formerly in the Army. Died before 1886. 

Best, James Rodgers, son of John Best, Esq., 4, Princes Park Terrace, 
Liverpool, aged 13, December 20. Left 1864 3 . B. Smith 

Died, 1893. 

Dawson, Thomas Vesey, son of Vesey Thomas Dawson, Esq.,Etoles Court, 
Old Brompton, aged 14, February 24. B. Smith 

Died before 1886. 

Statter, Robert, son of Robert Statter, Liscard, Cheshire, aged 15, May 19, 
Left 1863 1 . Blake 

Formerly of Allsopp's Brewery Company. Retired, 1899. Of The Slopes, New 
Brighton, Cheshire. 

Duberly, Arthur Grey, fourth son of James Duberly, Esq., Gaynes Hall, 
St. Neots, aged 15, December 15. Left 1863 3 . Blake 

Major, Bedfordshire Regiment. Retired. J.P. for Bedfordshire. Of The 
Barnes, Fenlake, Bedfordshire. 

Peel, Frederick, third son of William Peel, Esq., Swinton Park, Mansfield, 
aged 15, June 15. Left 1864 2 . Blake 

Formerly a Merchant in Calcutta. Of Cheynehurst, 10, Harold Road, Upper 
Norwood, London, S.E. 

Clough, Roger Salisbury Butler, son of the Rev. Alfred Butler Clough 
(O.R. 1809), Braunston, aged 15, July 5. Left 1864 2 . Evans 

Died, 1883. 



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Holland, Mordaunt M'Clennon. Town 

Readmitted, see page 174. 

Wanton, Edward Brenton, son of the late Rev. Joseph Athertou Wanton, 
Rugby, aged 12, June 18. Left 1865 3 . Town 

Assistant Master at Uppingham School. 

Mortimer, Alfred Hugh Phillips, son of Alfred Mortimer, Esq., Oakfield 
House, Camberwell, aged 12, February 20. Left 1865 3 . Mayor 

Batson, Frederick William, son of Alfred Batson, Esq., Rarasbury, Hunger- 
ford, aged 14, August 3. Left 1866 2 . Arnold 
Died, 1882. 

Napier, Edward Francis, son of James Napier, Esq., Sunnyside, Princes 
Park, Liverpool, aged 13, April 11. Left 1862 3 . School 

Died, 6 December, 1865. 

Henty. Arthur, son of Edwin Henty, Esq., Ferring, near Worthing, aged 
13, April 7. Left 1865 3 . School 

A Banker at Worthing. Major and Hon. Lieutenant-Colonel, 2nd Volunteer 
Battalion Eoyal Sussex Regiment. V.D. J. P. for Sussex. Of Broadwater Hall, 
Worthing. Union Club. 

Browne, Barrington Gore, son of the Rev. Edward Harold Browne, after- 
wards Lord Bishop of Winchester, Cambridge, aged 14, Mar. 28. 
Left 1866 s . School 

Emmanuel College, Cambridge, B.A. 1871, M.A. 1874. Rector of Michelmersh, 
Romsey, Hants, from 1884. 

Neild, Charles Wallace, son of the late Henry Neild, Esq., 23, Kensington 
Park Gardens, aged 14, June 4. Left 1865 3 . Evans 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1869, M.A. 1873. Vicar of Mill End, Rickmans- 
worth, 1875. Died, 1896. 

ENTRANCES IN APRIL, 1862. 

Baker, George Dashwood, son of the Rev. Robert Baker, King's Walden, 
Welwyn, Herts, aged 13, March 4. Left 1866 2 . Arnold 

Sometime Captain, Lancashire Militia. Died at Brighton, 1879. 

Ashwell, Stephen, sixth son of George Ashwell, Esq., St. Alban's, Herts, 
aged 15, July 10. Left 1864 3 . Arnold 

Lincoln CoUege, Oxford, 1867. 

Gwyther, Julian, son of Edwin Gwyther, Esq., Birmingham, aged 14, 
October 25. Left 1865 3 . Mayor 

Formerly a Solicitor in Birmingham. Of Castleton House, Sherborne. 

Butler, George Hew, son of Col. Thomas Butler, Hambledon, Horndean, 
Hants, aged 14, October 29. Left 1866 1 . B. Smith 

Trinity Hall, Cambridge, B.A. 1870, M.A. 1874. Vicar of Wood Dalling, Norfolk, 
1888-96. Vicar of Gazeley, with Kentford, Newmarket, from 1897. 

Butcher, Thome Howe, son of Thomas Butcher, Esq., East Finchley Road, 
Hampstead, aged 15, February 25. Left 1863 3 . Anstey 

Ludlam, Felix, son of JefEery Ludlam, Esq., East Burnham House, Slough, 
aged 15, August 22. Left 1862 2 . Anstey 

Of Carshalton, Surrey. 



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, Frank, son of Thomas Marshall Ryley, Esq , Lee Park House, Lee, 
Kent, aged 13, May 19. Left 1866 2 . Anstey 

Lieutenant- Colonel, 81st North Lancashire Regiment. Served in the Affghan 
War, 18789. Medal. Died in command of a district at Northampton, 1899. 

Hadow, Henry John, son of James Remington Hadovv, Esq., Park Cottage, 
Devizes, aged 13, November 29. Left 1865 3 . Blake 

Secretary of the United University Club, London. 

Hart-Davis, Henry Vaughan Hart, son of Richard Yaughan Davis, Esq . 
Frognal, Hampstead, aged 13, April 3. Left 1863 2 . Blake 

Captain, Royal- Engineers. Retired, 1883. Brigade Major, Surrey Volunteer 
Infantry Brigade, 188893. J.P. for Kent. Assumed the name of HART-DAVIS, 
1874. Of Court Hayes, Limpsfield, Surrey. Army and Navy Club. 

ENTRANCES IN AUGUST, 1862. 

Smith, Charles Fullertori, eldest son of Mrs. Smith, Rugby, and the late 
Rev. Charles Smith, aged 14, April 17. Left 1867 2 . Town 

Christ Church, Oxford, B.A. 1870, M.A. 1876. Vicar of Lund, Kirkham, 
Lancashire, from 1886. 

Yule, George Udney, second son of Mrs. Yule, Rugby, and the late 
Colonel R. A. Yule, aged 13. December 23. Left 1866 1 . Town 

A Merchant at Calcutta. Of Jeaganj, East Indian Railway, Bengal. 

Thornber, Hugh, eldest son of Mrs, Thornber, Rugby, and the late John 
Thornber, M.D., aged 14, October 3. Left 1867 1 . Town 

Queen's College, Oxford, B.A. 1871, M.A. 1874. Sometime a Private Tutor, but 
has retired in ill-health. 

Ormerod, Joseph Arderne, second son of ihe Ven. Archdeacon Thomas 
Johnson Ormerod, Redenhall, Harleston, aged 14, April 7. 
Left 1867 2 . School 

Exhibitioner, 1867. Corpus Christi College, Oxford, Scholar 1867, First Class, 
Classical Moderations, 1869, Latin Verse, 1869, B.A., First Class, Natural Science, 
1871. Fellow of Jesus College, 1871. B. Med. and M.A. 1875. D Med. 1882. 
F.R.C.P., 1885 Assistant Physician to St. Bartholomew's Hospital. Of 25, 
Upper Wimpole Street, London, W. 

Wrightson, Leonard Raisbeck, son of Mrs. Wrightson, Rugby, aged 14, 
July 3. Left 1864 3 . Town 

Died about 1870. 

Jeffery, Frederick James Everett, son of Mr. Samuel Jeffery, 55, North 
Street, Rugby, aged 12, November 15. Left 1864 s . . Town 

In business at Berlin House, Promenade, Cheltenham. 

Venables, Herbert Alexander, only son of Mrs. Yenables, Rugby, and the 
late Richard Nugent Yenables, aged 10, June 15. Left 1871 2 . Town 

New College, Oxford, B.A. 1874, M.A. 1878. Assistant Chaplain at Nice, 1880-88. 
Residing at Florence, 1902. 

Moberly, William Octavius, eldest son of the Rev. Charles Edward 
Moberly, Rugby, aged 11, November 14. Left 1869 2 . School 

Exhibitioner, 1869. Balliol College, Oxford, B.A. 1873, M.A. 1877. Assistant 
Master at Clifton College from 1874. 

Hull, Herbert Edward, fourth son of the Rev. Robert Pennyman Hull 
Brown, Rugby, aged 14, October 27. Left 1864 s . Town 

Brasenose College, Oxford, B.A. 1870. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 1872. 



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Palmer, Edward William, son of William James Palmer, Esq., Bilton 
Road, Rugby, aged 13, May 30. Left 1862 3 . Town 

Died in South America, 1887. 

Dickinson, Francis Bradley, son of Edward Dickinson, Esq., Lawrence 
Sheriffe Street, Rugby, aged 11, July 23. Left 1864 2 . Town 

Indian Forests Department, 1872. Conservator, Burma, from 1894. Agent, 
King and Co., Cornhill. Junior Constitutional Club. 

Guise, Anselm Edward Henry, son of Captain Guise, Etmore Court, 
Gloucester, aged 14, September 26. School 

Died at School, April, 1863. 

Fulton, Edmund M'Gildowney Hope, third son of John Williamson 
Fulcon, Esq., Braidujle House Lisburn, Antrim, aged 14, July 6. 
Left 1866 3 School 

Indian Civil Service, 1867. Judge of the High Court, Bombay, 1897. Member of 
the Council of the Governor of Bombay, 1902. Of Blmhurst, Cheltenham. 

Akenhead, John, son of the Rev. David Akenhead, Holtby, York, aged 14, 
May 25. Left 1866 2 . School 

Caius College, Cambridge, B.A. 1870. In business as a Brewer in Yorkshire. 
Of Acomb Park, York. 

Turvin, Charles James Hawkin, son of Mrs. Hawkin Tnrvin, 7, Sea 
Houses, Eastbourne, aged 14, November 14. Left 1863 2 . School 

Fraser, Evan James, son of Mr. Fraser, Skipness Castle Argyllshire, 
aged 14, March 28. Left 1864 a . School 

Sometime a Merchant in Japan and New York. Has assumed the name of 
FRASER CAMPBELL. Of Dunmore, Tarbert, Argyllshire. 

Townsend, John Hands, third son of Henry Townsend, Esq., King's 
Newnham, Rugby, aged 13, December' 12. Left 1867 2 . Arnold 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. 1871, M.A. 1875. Vicar of St. Mary, Oatlands. 
Weybridge, from 1887. 

Peshall, Samuel, only son of the late Rev. Samuel D'Oyly Peshall, 
Oldberrow, Birmingham, aged 13, April 5. Left 1867 3 . Arnold 

St. Mary's Hall, Oxford, B A. 1871, M.A. 1875. Rector of Oldberrow, Henley-in- 
Arden, from 1873. Of Morton Bagot Manor, Studley, R.S.O. 

Stewart, William, son of Charles Augustus Stewart, Esq., Whalley Range, 
Manchester, aged 15, September 16. Left 1864 3 . Arnold 

Died, 1880. 

Vivian, Hon. Claude Hamilton, fourth son of Lord Vivian, Glynn, Bodmin, 
aged 13. March 18. Left 1867 1 . Arnold 

Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 1874. Western Circuit. Of Plasgwyn, Fentraeth, 
Anglesea. Died, 8 May, 1902. 

Liptrott, John, son of Colonel John Liptrott, Indian Army, aged 15, 
April 26. Left 1864*. Arnold 

Captain, 104th Regiment. Army Pay Department. Served in the Ashantee War, 
1873 4. Transport Service. Medal. Served in the South African War, 1879 
Medal with Clasp. 

Denisou, Edward Fanshawe, son of Edward Hanson Denison, Esq., Bern- 
bridge, Isle of Wight, aged 14, January 31. Left 1866 2 . Mayor 



216 Temple, 1858-69. 



Dixon, William John, second son of Edwin Dixon, Esq., Wolverhampton, 
aged 14, February 14. Left 1865 2 . Mayor 

Trinity Hall, Cambridge, B.A. 1871, LL M. 1880. Barrister-at-Law, Inner 
Temple, 1871. Oxford Circuit. Author of " Probate Law and Administration," 
&c. Of 3, Dr. Johnson's Buildings, Temple, E.G. 

Noad, Wellesley, son of David Lines Noad, Esq., Alderman's Walk, New- 
Broad Street. London, aged 15, July 12. Left 1864 3 . Mayor 

Tomkins, Gordon, son of Samuel Tomkins, Esq., 77, Avenue Road, London, 
aged 15, July 20. Left 1864 2 . Mayor 

A Merchant in Bombay. Afterwards a Tea Planter in Ceylon. Died about 1895. 

Russell) John Grey, son of John Alexander Russell, Esq., 32, Pembridge 
Gardens, London, aged 13, August 27. Left 1862 3 . Burrows 

A Naval Cadet on the Britannia, 1863. Afterwards at Winchester College. A 
Merchant in Bombay and London. Latterly in Ceylon. Of Colombo, Ceylon. 

Russell, Robert Pattison, son of the above John Alexander Russell, Esq., 
aged 13, August 27. Left 1866 2 . Burrows 

Died at Shanghai of enteric fever. 

Russell, Louis Pitman, third son of the above John Alexander Russell, 
Esq., aged 10, Dec. 19. Left 1868 2 . Burrows 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. 1872. Barrister-at-Law, Middle Temple, 1875. 
A Judge of the High Court, Bombay, from 1898. United Universities Club. 

Monier- Williams, Monier Faithful, eldest son of Professor Monier- 

Williams, afterwards K.C.S.I., Oxford, aged 13, April 15. Left 

1865 3 . Burrows 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1871. Of 6, Great Tower Street, London, E.G. and Mickle- 

ham, Surrey. 

Ellis, Arthur, son of George Henry Ellis, Esq., 7, Spring Gardens, London, 
aged 15, August 23. Left 1863 1 . Burrows 

In the Engineer's Department, Natal Government. Died 20 May, 1895. 

Gordon, Henry, son of the Rev. Henry Gordon, Woodhall Spa, Horncastle, 
aged 12, September 5. Left 1865*. Burrows 

Johnstone, Halihurton Graham, son of David Graham, Esq., Cadwell 
House, Baldock, aged 13, December 17. Left 1864 3 . Burrows 

Assassinated at Buenos Ayres, 1867. 

Beaver, James Denison, son of Hugh Beaver, Esq , Talbot House, Glossop. 
aged 14, August 19. Left 1865 3 . B. Smith 

Colvin, Walter Mytton, son of the late John Russell Colvin, Esq., 18, 
Montpelier Villas, Brighton, aged 14, September 13. Left 18662. 

B. Smith 

Trinity Hall, Cambridge, Scholar, 1869, LL.B. 1870. Barrister-at-Law, Middle 
Temple, 1871 Practising at Allahabad. 

M'Gregor, Walter Alexander, son of Walter Fergus M'Gregor, Esq., 
Liverpool, aged 15, December 11. Left 1862 3 . B. Smith 

Of 84, Cromwell Road, London, S.W. 

Paterson, William, third son of Robert Paterson, Esq., 1, Park Terrace, 
Glasgow, aged 14, October 18. Left 1866 2 . B. Smith 

Formerly in business in Bombay, and Hyderabad. Afterwards settled in 
Australia. Of Spring wood, New South Wales. 



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Prescott, Charles William, son of the late George William Prescott, Esq., 
17, Graf ton Street, W., aged 14, January 23. Left 1863 3 . J5. Smith 
For many years resident in India. Oriental Club, London. 

Ratter, Edward, son of John Simpson Kutter, Esq., Wolverhampton, 
aged 13, September 23. Left 1864 3 . B. Smith 

Bridgman-Simpson, George Arthur Bridgman, son of the Rev. William 
Bridgman-Simpson, Babworfch Rectory, Retford, aged 15, 
November 14. Left 1863 3 . B. Smith 

Registrar of District Probate Registry, Wakefield. 

Thornton, Edward, son of James Thornton, Esq., Harlow, Essex, aged 12, 
January 3. Left 1866 3 . S. Smith 

Caius College, Cambridge, B.A. 1872, M.A. 1876. Vicar of Ancroft, Beal, 
Northumberland, 1885-1902. Of Farnley Hill, Corbridge-on-Tyne. 

Gore, Francis Arthur, son of the Rev. William Francis Gore, 8, Princes 
Gardens, Kensington, aged 15, January 31. Left 1866 2 . Moberly 
Sheep farming in Queensland. 

Prondfoot, Alfred, son of Patrick Proudfoot, Esq., Ettville House, 
Didsbury, aged 13, April 28. Left 1865 2 . Moberly 

Garforth, John, son of the late Thomas Garforth, Esq., Steeton Ball, 
Leeds, aged 14, November 23. Left 1863 3 . Moberly 

London College of Divinity, 1870. Rector of Spexhall, Halesworth, Suffolk, 
from 1880. 

Macdonald, Henry Sanfield, son of the Hon. John Sanfield Macdonald, 
afterwards G.C.B. Quebec, aged 14. Left 1863 s . Molerly 

Armitage, Arthur Calrow, only son of John Armitage, Esq., Woodville 
Hall, Forest Hill, aged 14, September 9. Left 1865 2 . Hutchinson 

Late Major, 2nd West York Yeomanry Cavalry. J.P. and D.L. for Kirkcudbright. 
Of Kirroughtree, Newton Stewart, N.B. Conservative Club. 

Colvin, Edward Binney, son of Binney James Oolvin, Esq., 26, Bedford 
Square, London, aged 14, August 4. Left 1866 3 . Hutchinson 

Ogilvie, Gordon Albums, son of Alexander Ogilvie, Esq., Sizewell House, 
Leiston, Suffolk, aged 12, February 2. Left 1868 2 . Hutchinson 
Trinity College, Cambridge, Scholar, 1868, B.A. 32nd Wrangler, 1873. 

Anderson, Henry William Macleod, son of Major William Coussmaker 
Anderson, Bombay Army, aged 13, October 13. Hutchinson 

Died while at School, 1864. 

Humphreys, John, son of John Humphreys, Esq., Manor House, West- 
bourne Grove, London, aged 15, Oct. 10. Left 1864 2 . Hutchinson 

Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1870. South Eastern Circuit. Of 13, Stratford 
Place, London, W. 

Cook, Herbert Kemball, eldest son of ^ilas Kemball Cook, Esq., 23, Mont- 
pelier Crescent, Brighton, aged 14, October 25. Left 1864 2 . 

Hutchinson 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. 1871, M.A. 1874. Formerly Master of a Preparatory 
School at Stanmore, Middlesex, until 1900. 
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Turner, Henry Birkett, son of the Rev. Isaac Biass Turner, Marsworth, 
Tring, aged 16, August 10. Left 1865 2 . Hutchinson 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1869. 

Fallen, Frederick William, son of Samuel William Fallon, Esq., Indian 
Educational Staff, aged 14. March 3. Left 1863 s . Hutchinson 

In Buenos Ayres, 1883. 

Webb, John Edward Wanstaur, son of John Henry Webb, Esq., Parade, 
Trowbridge, aged 15, October 23. Left 1864 3 . HutcUnson 

Lassen, Albert William, son of Edward Samuel Lassen, Esq., Rose Mount, 
Bradford, aged 15, November 20. Left 1863 3 . Hutchinson 

A Merchant in Bradford. Late Lieutenant-Colonel, 2nd West York Artillery 
Volunteers. V.D. 

Tanqiieray, Arthur Charles, son of John Samuel Tanqueray, Esq., Hendon, 

Middlesex, aged 15, December 28. Left 1864 3 . Blake 

In business in Combe's Brewery, Clerkenwell. Of 25, Norland Square, London, W. 

Nicol, James Dyce, second son of James Dyce Nicol, Esq., M.P., Ballogie 
Aberdeen, aged 14, June 30. Left J865 3 . Blake 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1869, M.A. 1876. A Merchant in Bombay, 
1871-92. Agent of the Bank of England, Hull. Oxford and Cambridge Club. 

Tillard, Algernon, son of Philip Tillard, Esq., Stukeley Hall, Huntingdon, 
aged 14, October 10. Left 1865 2 . Blake 

Settled in Virginia, and died there, 13 June, 1887. 

Baines, Jervoise Athelstane, son of the Rev. Edward Baines, Yalding 
Vicarage, Kent, aged 14. October 17. Left 1863 2 . Blake 

Trinity College, Cambridge. Indian Civil Service, Bombay, 1868-95. Author of 
several Statistical Works on India. C.S.I. 1894. Of 23, Kensington Park Gardens, 
London, W. Reform Club. 

Hartcup, William Thomas, second son of William Hartcup, Esq., Upland 
Hall, Bungay, aged 14. March 30. Left 1866. 3 Moberly 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1872. Of Eastwood, Old Catton, Norwich. 

Cunningham, Charles Henry, son of William Cunningham, Esq , Montreal, 
aged 14, February 7- Left 1863 s . Molerly 

Grey, William Francis Hungerford, second son of William Grey, Esq., 
afterwards K.C.S.I., aged 13, February 18. Left 1865 3 . Blake 

Gazetted to the 29th Foot, and to the 19th Foot, 1868. Captain, Bengal Staff 
Corps, 1880. Major, 1888. Lieutenant-Colonel, 1894. Commissioner, Burma, 
1901. Of Salween Lodge, Camberley. East India United Service Club. 

Capel, William, son of William Capel, Esq., The Grove, Stroud, aged 14, 
July 25. Left 1865 3 . Mayor 

Gazetted to the 37th Foot, and to the 56th Foot, 1868, the 52nd Foot, and the 
82nd Foot, 1871. Captain, South Lancashire Regiment, 1878. Major, 1884. 
Retired as Lieutenant-Colonel, 1893. Of The Grove, Stroud, Gloucestershire. J.P. 
Naval and Military Club. 

ENTRANCES IN OCTOBER, 1862. 

Pownall, Charles Assheton Whately, son of the Rev. Assheton Pownall. 
South Kil worth, aged 14, October 11. Left 1866 2 . School 

Member of the Institute of Civil Engineers, 1878. Principal Engineer to 
Japanese Government Railways, 1882-96. Of 53, Victoria Street, London, S.W. 
Athenaeum Club. 



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Lawrence, James Knox Bernard, son of General George Lawrence, 
Rajpootana, aged 14, October 22. Left 1864 2 . B. Smith 

Died in South Africa from the effects of a fall from his horse, 1871, 

Rawlinsou, George Ernest, eldest son of the Rev, Professor George 
Rawlinsoii, Oxford, aged 14, August 24. Left 1864 2 . School 

Balliol College, Oxford, 1867, B.A. 1880. Died about 1895. 

Feake, James, son of the Rev. James Room Peake, Whitchurch, Salop, 
aged 14, April 17. Left 1865 3 . Mayor 

St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1870. Formerly in the Indian Telegraph 
Department. Died at Hyderabad, Deccan, of cholera, 1884. 

Lake, George Edward, eldest son of George Lake, Esq., Bushey House, 
Herts, aged 13, December 15. Left 1866 3 . Hutchinson 

A Solicitor. Died at Berlin, 27 November, 1899. 

Lake, Reginald John, second son of the above George Lake, Esq., aged 12, 
February 21. Left 1869 2 . Hutchinson 

New College, Oxford, B A. 1872. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 1874. Of 
Alexandra Road, Watford. United University Club. 

Gremmell, Thomas, son of Thomas Macmillan Gemmell, Esq., Frankville, 

Ayr, aged 14, August 4. Left 1867 2 . Mayor 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1871. A Solicitor in London. Died 27 Nov., 1892. 

Prothero, Edward Douglas, son of Edward Prothero, Esq., Hooton- 
Roberts, Rotherham, aged 14, Dec. 24. Left 1863 1 . Hutchinson 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1871. Rector of Turweston, Brackley, 1874-90. 
Of Hall Garth, Darlington. 

Turner, Willoughby, son of Edmund Furner, Esq., Ill, King's Road, 
Brighton, aged 14, October 23. Left 1866 1 . Blake 

Senior Scholar of St. Bartholomew's, 1871. F.R.C.S. 1873. Of 2, Brunswick 
Place, Brighton. 

Hoare, James Rolls, son of Thomas Hoare, Esq., Cornwall Road, London, 
aged 15, August 15. Left 1864 2 . Arnold 

Of 18, Lowndes Square, London. 

Perry, William Henry, son of Henry Perry, Esq., Hensingham, White- 
haven, aged 15, June 26. Left 1864 3 . Blake 

Bayard, Francis Campbell, son of John Campbell Bayard, Esq., 
Hillmorton Lodge, Rugby, aged 10, Nov. 10. Left 1870 2 . Town 

St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1874, LL.M. 1877. Barrister-at-Law, Inner 
Temple, 1875. Of 1, New Square, Lincoln's Inn, London, W.C. 

Procter, Foster Wilfred, son of Christopher Procter, Esq., 5, Cambridge 
Terrace, Regent's Park, aged 12, March 21. Left 1867 2 . Burrows 
Admitted a Solicitor, 1873. Of 23, Elm Park Gardens, London. 

Farr, John Irby, son of the Rev. John Farr, Gillingham Rectory, Norfolk, 
aged 13, December 15. Left 1867 2 . Arnold 

Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge, B.A. 1872, M.A. 1876. In Holy Orders. 
Headmaster of Llanrwst Grammar School, from 1875. 

Curling, John Algernon, second son of Thomas Blizart Curling, Esq., 
39, Grosvener Street, London, aged 14, May 10. Left 1863 3 . Arnold 

University College, Oxford, B.A. 1872, M.A, 1874. In Holy Orders. Died 
2 January, 1884. 



220 Temple, 1858-69. 



Graham, John, eighth son of Peter Graham, Esq., 4, Queen's Road, Regent's 
Park, aged 13, June 23. Left 1868 2 . Blake 

Corpus Christ! College, Oxford, B.A. 1872. Admitted a Solicitor, 1873. Late of 
7, Westminster Chambers, Victoria Street, London, S.W. 

Ward, Edward b'oote, son of Richard Ward, Esq., Salhouse Hall, Norwich, 
aged 13, November 16. Left 1863 3 . Blake 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1871, M.A. 1876. Of Salhouse Hall, Norwich. 

ENTRANCES IN FEBRUARY, 1863. 

Weston, Francis Ramsden, son of William Weston, Esq., Bilton Road, 
Rugby, aged 12, June 27. Left 1865 3 . Town 

Congreve, John Edward, son of the Rev. John Congreve, Southfield, 
Rugby, aged 15, September 25. Left 1865 3 . Town 

St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1870. Died before 1886. 

Cleminshaw, Edward, eldest son of Charles Graham Cleminshaw, Esq., 
Rugby, aged 13, June 1. Left 1868 2 . Town 

Merton College, Oxford, Postmaster, 1868, First Class, Natural Science, 1873, 
B.A. Burdett Coutts Scholar, 1873, M.A. 1876. Assistant Master at Sherborne 
School. 

Edmunds, Edmund Brornwich, son of Mr. Edmund Edmunds, Rugby, 
aged 13, November 5. Left 1867 1 . Town 

Died at Cairo, 1874. 

Wallerstein, Edward Moritz, son of Mrs. Wallerstein, Newbold Road, 
Rugby, aged 15, October 1. Left 1864 3 . Town 

Formerly in the 70th Regiment. 

Downing, Henry Bowles, son of the Rev. Henry Downing, Kingswinford, 
Dudley, aged 14, March 1. Left 1864 3 . Town 

Rogers, George Edmund, son of Mrs. George Rogers, Hillmorton Road, 
Rugby, aged 15, June 19. Left 1865 3 . Town 

Lieutenant, 3rd Hussars, 1869-80. Major, 1st Dragoon Guards, 1880-3. Ordained, 
1890. Vicar of Southwater, Horsham, from 1894. 

Jeune, John Frederick, second son of the Rev. Francis Jeune, afterwards 
Lord Bishop of Peterborough, Oxford, aged 13, December 10. 
Left 1866 1 . School 

A Clerk in the House of Lords, 1870. Chief Committee Clerk and Examiner of 
Standing Orders. Assumed the name of SYMONS- JEUNE, 1878. J.P. for 
Oxon. Of Watlingtou Park, Tetsworth. Windham Club. 

Anstey, Henry, son of George Alexander Anstey, Esq., 31, Lombard 
Street, London, aged 15, July 24. Left 1865 3 . B. Smith 

An Architect. Settled in Western Australia. 

Winnington-Ingram, Edward Henry, son of the Rev. Edward 
Winnington-Ingram, Stanford Rectory, Worcester, aged 13, 
March 13. Left 1868 2 . School 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1872, M.A. 1875. Rector of Eibbesford, 1876-93. 
Rector of Ross, Herefordshire, from 1893. Prebendary of Hereford Cathedral, 

1898. 

Field, William, son of Algernon Sydney Field, Esq., Leamington, aged 14, 
December 23. Left 186 7 2 . School 

Died at Santa Barbara, California, 14 March, 1885. 



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Wheler, Francis Henry, son of Major-G-eneral Sir Francis Wheler, Barb., 
(O.R., 1810), Pembridge Villas, London, W., aged 14, July 3. 
Left 1865 3 . Burrows 

Formerly in the 81st Regiment. Retired as Lieutenant-Colonel, 1888. Served 
in the Affghau War, 1878-9. Present at the Capture of Ali Musjid. Medal with 
Clasp. Of 114, Lansdowue Place, Hove. 

Bushby, Thomas Arthur, son of Thomas Arthur Bushby, Esq., Liverpool, 
aged 14, December 14. LefD 1857 1 . Mayor 

In business in Liverpool. Died 1874. 

Brocklebank, Thomas, eldest son of Thomas Brocklebank, Esq., 
afterwards Baronet, Springwood, Woolton, Liverpool, aged 14, 
March 1. Left 1866 2 . School 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1871, MA. 1874. A Shipowner. J.P. for 
Cumberland and Lancashire. Of The Hollies, Woolton, Liverpool. 

Archer, William Gammon, son of John Archer, Esq., Edgbaston, 
Birmingham, aged 14, October 4. Left 1865 3 . School 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1872, M.A. 1875, M.B. 1878. F.R.C.S. Died in 
London, 1890. 

Clark, Charles Henry, son of Mrs. Clark, Lawford Road, Kugby, aged 12, 
February 26. Left 1867 3 . Town 

In Australia. 

Morris, Charles Smyth, eldest son of Thomas Charles Morris, Esq., Bryn 
Myrddin, Caermarthen, aged 15, January 4. Left 1866*. School 
New College, Oxford, 1867. Of Bryn Myrrdin, Caermarthen. 

Kingrose, Charles Edward Leake, eldest son of Christopher Leake Ring- 
rose, Esq., Tranby, Hull, aged 13, February 27. Left 1867 1 . School 

Christ Church, Oxford, B.A. 1871. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1875. North 
Eastern Circuit. Registrar of Deeds for North Riding of Yorkshire, 1885. Of 
The Register House, Northallerton. 

Holland, Stephen George, son of Stephen George Holland, Esq , 56, Por- 
chester Terrace, London, aged 14, March 11. Left 1866 3 . Burrows 
Of 22a, Sussex Square, Hyde Park, London, W. 

Thompson, William Theophilus, son of William Thompson, Esq., Manspet 
House, Iver, Bucks, aged 14, August 28. Left 1865 2 . tturrows 

Clarke, John Edward Henry, son of James Clarke, Esq., Summer Hill, 
Newton-in-Cartmel, aged 15, September 10. Left 1864 3 . Burrows 
J.P. for Lancashire. Of Hollow Oak, Haverthwaite, Ulverston. 

Chetwynd, William, son of Major William Fawkener Chetwynd, Brocton 
Hall, Stafford, aged 15, July 11. Left 1864 s . Burrows 

Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple. 1870. D.L. for Staffordshire. Of Brocton Hall. 
; J r -' Died 1888. 

Heath, William, son of Robert Heath, Esq., The Brampton, Newcastle, 
Staffordshire, aged 15, July 21. Left 1865 2 . Mayor 

Died, November, 1872. 

Fawcett, Walter Musgrove, eldest son of Walter Thomas Fawcett, Esq., 
Hi Westbourne Street, London, aged 14, November 14. Left 1867 3 . 

Mayor 

Merton College, Oxford, Exhibitioner, 18 , B.A. 1872 A Stockbroker in 
London. Died about 1885. 



222 Temple, 1858-69. 



Oxley, Robert Henry, son of Robert Barley Oxley, Esq., Thorpe Hall, 
Ripon, aged 15, November 27. Left 1865 1 . Mayor 

Gazetted to the 92nd Foot, 1867. Captain, Gordon Highlanders, 1876. Major, 
1885. Adjutant, Auxiliary Forces, 1880-85. Colonel, Gordon Highlanders. 
Retired, 1896, after commanding 2nd Battalion. Served in the Affghan War, 
1879-80. Present at the action of Oharasiab, and occupation of Cabul. Mentioned 
in despatches. Medal and Clasp. Of Argyle Lodge, St. Andrews, N.B. 

Bennett, Ernest Edward Leigh, fourth son of the Rev. Edward Leigh 
Bennett, Long Sutton, aged 14, December 16. Left 1867 1 . Blake 

Corpus Christi College, Oxford, B.A. 1871. New University Club. 

BriggS, William Edward, second son of the late Edward Briggs, Esq., The 
Park, Buxton, aged 15, September 24. Left 1864 3 . Moberly 

Worcester College, Oxford, 1867. A Cotton Spinner at Blackburn. M.P. for 
Blackburn, 1874-85. Of Beardwood, Blackburn. 

Johnson, Alfred Cecil, second son of Alfred Richard Johnson, Esq., 5, St. 
John's Wood Park, London, aged 14, April 13. Left 1867 1 . 

Moberly and School 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. 1870, M.A. 1873. Rector of Capel St. Mary, 
Ipswich, from 1878. Grosvenor Club. 

Hyde, Henry Hoffmann, son of Henry Hyde, Esq., Hadley Green, Herts, 
aged 14, August 20. Left 1861 2 . Moberly 

Moore, William Walker, son of William Moore, Esq., Knightcote House, 
Leamington, aged 15, November 17. Left 1863 1 . Moberly 

Eyton, William Campbell, third son of Thomas Campbell Eyton. Esq., 
Eyton Hall, Salop, aged 14, November 15. Left 1866 1 . B. Smith 

Died 1879. 

Lacey, Henry Charles, son of the late Henry Charles Lacey, Esq., 
Withdone Hall, Brighton, aged 14, Feb. 18. Left 1863 3 . B. Smith 

Dale, Herbert John, seventh son of the late John Dale, Esq., Clarernont, 
Bradford, Yorkshire, aged 14, June 28. Left 1867 s B. Smith 

New College, Oxford, B.A., First Class, Law and Modern History, 1871, M.A. 
1874. Rector of Radclive, Buckingham, from 1887. 

Dickinson, Edward, son of William Dickinson, Esq., New Park, 
Lymington, aged 13, April 8. Left 1865 3 . B. Smith 

Colonel, Royal Engineers. Served in the Egyptian Campaign, 1882. Medal and 
Khedive's Star. Served in the Soudau, 1885. Two Clasps. Of Red House, 
Reading Road, Farnborough, Hants. 

Robertson, James, son of William Robertson, Esq., Hobart Town, 
Tasmania, aged 14, July 7. Left 1866 1 . B. Smith 

In Australia. 

Vivian, Hon. Charles Hussey Panton, son of Lord Vivian, Glynn, 
Bodmin, aged 15, June 16. Left 1864 2 . Arnold 

On the Stock Exchange. Died 1892. 

Green, Frederick Whittington, son of Frederick Green, Esq. ,29, Pembridge 
Gardens, London, aged 14, January 9. Left 1864 3 . Arnold 

In a Solicitor's Office, Masterton, New Zealand. 

Byrne, Frederick William, soil of Thomas Byrne, Esq., Liverpool, aged 15, 
November 24. Left 1865 2 . Arnold 



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Sykes, Walter Harry, sixth son of Richard Sykes, Esq., Edgeley House, 
Stockport, aged 14, October 12. Left 1867 1 . Arnold 

Major, Royal Engineers. Retired 1891. Hon. Lieutenant-Colonel, commanding 
1st Hants Volunteers, 1893-7. Of Firfleld, Merrow, Guildford. 

Colmore, William Harrison, third son of Thomas Colmore, Esq., Ashfurlong, 
Sutton Coldfield, aged 14, February 13. Left 1866 2 . Arnold 

St. John's College, Oxford, B.A. 1872, M.A. 1874. Vicar of Moseley, Birmingham, 
from 1876. 

Robins, Upton Strode, sen of George Robins, Esq., 1, Cleveland Gardens, 
London, aged 14, May 31 / Left 1866 1 . Arnold 

Formerly a Solicitor. Of 59, Chancery Lane, London, W.C. 

Williams, Charles Stanley, son of the late Samuel Williams, Esq., 
Chisholm Lodge, Richmond, aged 14, Nov. 19. Left 1865 2 . Arnold 
Jesus College, Cambridge, B.A. 1872, M.A. 1875. 

Cavenagh, Orfeur James, son of Colonel Orfeur Cavenagh, afterwards 
K.C.S.L, Governor of Penang, aged 13. Aug. 27. Left 1864 2 . Arnold 

Gazetted to the 75th Foot, 1867. Captain Gordon Highlanders, 1878, Major 1883. 
Retired as Lieutenant-Colonel, 1890. Served as Commissariat Officer in the 
Soudan Campaign, 1885. Medal and Clasp with Khedive's Sar. 

Becke, James Henry, fourth son of John Becke, Esq., Spencer Parade, 
Northampton, aged 14, March 27. Left 1867 2 . Hutchinson 

Oxford, B.A. 1878, M.A. 1879. Rector of Beckingham, 
Jl. Wellington Club. 

Arnold, Richard Aldous, son of William Mannings Arnold. Esq., Strad- 
broke, Patterson, New South Wales, aged 14, Feb. 9. Left 1864 3 . 

Hutchinson 
In Australia. 

Hall, Hugh, fourth son of the late Henry Hall, Esq.. Barton Abbey, 
Steeple Aston, aged 14, December 12. Left 1867 2 . Hutchinson 

Merton College, Oxford, B.A. 1871, M.A. 1878, B.C.L. 1882. Barrister-at-Law, 
Inner Temple, 1884. Of 100, Holywell, Oxford. 

Sherrard, Charles William, son of James Corry Sherrard, Esq., Kinnersley, 
Reigate, aged 14, December 25. Left 1865 3 . Hutchinson 

Gazetted to the Royal Engineers, 1870. Captain, 1882. Major, 1888. Lieutenant- 
Colonel, 1895. Colonel, 1899. Instructor in Fortifications, Royal Military 
Academy, 1882-8. Served in the South African War, 1879. Medal -yvith Clasp. 
Commanding Chatham Sub-District. 1901. United Service Club. 

Morris, Thomas Henry, son of William Morris, Esq., The Lodge, Halifax, 
aged 15. February 3. Left 1865 3 . Rutchinsnn 

Captain and Hon. Major, 2nd West York Yeomanry, 1893. J.P. for West Ridtng. 
Of The Lodge, near Halifax. Union Club. 

Robinson, William Charles Wingfield, son of the late George Robinson, 
Esq., Tokenhonse Yard, London, aged 13. August 10. Left 1864 3 . 

Hutchinson 

Oxford, Charles, son of Joseph Oxford, Esq., Montpelier Villas, Sydenham, 
aged 15, October 6- Left 1865 2 . Hutchinson 

Beck, Ralph Coker Adams, son of Simon Adams Beck, Esq., (O.R. 1814), 
Ironmongers' Hall, Fenchnrch Street, London, aged 14. Nov. 27. 
Left 1865 3 . Blake 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1873. F.R.G.S. Clerk to the Worshipful Company of 
Ironmongers. Of Cheam House, Cheam, Surrey. 



224 Temple, 1858-69. 



Anstice, Richard ttdmund, son of John Anstice, Esq., Madeley Wood, 
Wellington, Salop, aged 13, May 13. Left 1867 3 . BlaTce 

J.P. for Salop. Of Madeley Wood Hall, Ironbridge, Salop. 

Gordon, William, son of William Gordon, Esq , New Brighton, Cheshire, 
aged 13, March 10. Left 1865 3 . Blake 

Gazetted to the 21st Foot, 1868. Captain, Durham Light Infantry, 1876. Major, 
1883. Adjutant, Auxiliary Forces, 1880-5. Commanded the Durham Light 
Infantry, 1892-6, and 1st Regimental District, 1898-1901 Retired as Colonel, 1901. 
Of Threave, Kirkcudbrightshire. Naval and Military Club. 

Fullerton, John Young, son of John Fullerton, Esq., Malvern Lodge, 
Rugby, aged 16 October 2. Left 1863 3 . Town 

Formerly Assistant Superintendent of Police, Madras. 

Over, Jonathan Henry, son of Mr. Henry Over, Rugby, aged 9, May 8. 
Left 1864 1 . Town 

Died at Chicago, U.S.A., 1878. 

Brisco, Alfred, sixth son of Sir Robert Brisco, Bart., Crofton Hall, 
Wipton, Cumberland, aged 11, April 3. Left 1866 2 . Burrows 

Jesus College, Cambridge, B.A. 1874. Of 15, Arlington Street, London, S.W. 
Carlton Club. 

Laing, Malcolm, son of the Rev. Francis Henry Laing, The My the, Tewkes- 
bury, aged 13, August 13. Left 1866 3 . Burrows 

A Clerk in the Exchequer and Audit Department. His father, and he, changed 
his name to WOLRYCH-WHITMOBE, 1864. Union Club. 

Strange, John Thomas, son of William Jeffery Strange, Esq , Aldermaston, 
Reading, aged 16, September 14. Left 1865 2 . Moberly 

In business as a Brewer. Of Aldermaston, Reading. 

Alexander, Josias William, son of Josias Bracken Canning Alexander, 
Esq., Manchester, aged 13, May 14. Left 1866 2 . Mayor 

Assistant Superintendent, Geological Survey of India, 1871. Principal of the 
Mayo College, Ajmere, 1877-81, and of the Residency College, Indore, 1881. 
Died, 1885. 

ENTRANCES IN APRIL, 1863. 

Yardley, William, son of Sir William Yardley, Hadlow Park, Tunbridge, 
aged 13, June 10. Left 1868 3 . Hutchinson 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1875, University Eleven, 1869-70-71. Barrister- 
at-Law, Middle Temple, 1873. Played County Cricket for several years. Author 
of " Little Jack Sheppard," and other burlesques. Died 28 October, 1900. 

Collyer, Daniel, fourth son of John Colly er, Esq., Hackford Hall,Reepham, 
Norfolk, aged 14, August 25. Left 1866 2 . Blake 

Clare College, Cambridge, B.A. 1870. Vicar of Castle Acre, Norfolk, 1873-90. 
Chaplain at Hyeres, 1890-93. Residing at Cannes, France, 1902. 

Rasch, Henry Augustus, son of Arthur Rasch, Esq., 25, Palmyra Square, 
Brighton, aged 14, April 1. Left 1864 2 . Blake 

Formerly Captain, 65th Regiment. Died 1896. 

Slater, Francis, only son of the Hev. Leonard Slater, Belmont, Bangor, 
N. Wales, aged 13, July 14, Left 1867 2 . Slake 

St, John's College, Oxford, B.A. 1871, M.A. 1876. Vicar of Shaw with Whitley, 
Wilts, 1882-95. Residing at Heidelberg, 1902. 



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Partridge, Frederick Henry, son of Frederick Robert Partridge, Esq., 
Lynn, Norfolk, aged 14, February 4. Left 1865 3 . Arnold 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1872. Registrar of County Courts, King's Lynn, and 
District Registrar of the High Court, from 1878. 

Montagu, Ernest Edgar, eldest son of the late Edgar Montagu, Esq., 
Sandgate, Folkestone, aged 13, August 18. Left 1868 2 . Arnold 

Braseuose College, Oxford, B.A. 1872. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1874. 
Died 11 August, 1875. 

Hodgson, William, son of Richard Hodgson, Esq,, Westwood House, 
Beverley, aged 14, December 28. Left 1867 1 . Mayor 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1873. Practising at Hull. Of Trinity House Lane, Hull, 
and Beverley. 

Baynes, Frederick, fourth son of John Baynes, Esq., Claremont Hall, 
Blackburn, aged 15, February 5. Left 1865 3 . Burrows 

St. John's College, Cambridge, Scholar 1869, B.A , 20th Wrangler, 1870, M.A. 1874. 
J.P. and D.L. for Co. Lancaster. High Sheriff, 1900. Of Samlesbury Old Hall, 
Preston. 

Talbot, Hon. Reginald Gilbert Murray, second son of Lord Talbot de 
Malahide, aged 14, January 30. Left 1867 1 . Burrows 

Trinity College, Cambridge, 1870. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1875. Of 
2, Paper Buildings, E.G., and 40, Belgrave Road, London, S.W. 

Hayes, Edmund Henry, son of George Hayes, Esq., Moore Place, Esher, 
burrey, aged 13, August 24. Left 1865 3 . Burrows 

Bromfield, Samuel Worthington, second son of James Bromfield, Esq., 
Llanbadock, Usk, aged 17, March 27. Left 1865 3 . B. Smith 

Christ Church, Oxford, Student 1865, First Class, Mathematical Moderations, 1867, 
B.A., First Class, Final Mathematics, 1868. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 
1875. Assumed the name of WORTHINGTON, 1883. Of Bromley, Kent, and 5, 
Stone Buildings, Lincoln's Inn. 

Newton, John, son of Christopher Newton, Esq., Harringay House, 
Hornsey, London, aged 15, August 18. Left 1864 3 . B. Smith 

Verelst, Charles Verelst, second son of Charles Verelsb, Esq., Aston 
Hall, Rotherham, aged 14, October 20. Left 1 866'. Moberly 

Colonel, llth Prince Albert's Own Hussars. Retired 1891. Of 4, Bennett Street, 
St. James, London, S.W. Boodle's Club. 

Eastwick, James, only son of the Rev James Eastwick, Stamford, aged 12, 
September 14. Left 1869 2 . School 

Exhibitioner 1869. University College, Oxford, Scholar 1869, First Class, 
Classical Moderations, 1871, B.A., First Class, Final Classics, 1873. Fellow of 
Trinity College, 1873. First Class in Law, 1874. B.C.L. and D.C.L., 1876. 
Eldon Law Scholar. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 1877. Of 12, Old Square, 
Lincoln's Inn, London, W.C. 

Oldham, George Townsend, third son of James Oldham, Esq., 53, Norfolk 
Square, Brighton, aged 14, December 27. Left 1867 2 . School 

Oriel College, Oxford, B.A. 1870, M.A. 1874. Ordained, 1874. Headmaster and 
afterwards Warden of St. Christopher's School, Blackheath and Eastbourne, 
1879-99. Died 18 January, 1901. 

Wallerstein, Philip Herman, son of Mrs. Wallerstein, Rugby, aged 14, 
April 4. Left 1864 3 . Town 

Gazetted to 6th Foot, 1868. Captain, Bengal Staff Corps, 1879, Major 1887. 
Served in the Affghan War, 1879-80. Mentioned in despatches. Present at the 
Action of Shekabad. Medal and Clasp. Commanding Cawnpore Rifle 
Volunteers, 1883. 
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ENTRANCES IN AUGUST, 1863. 

Wyley, John Frederick, son of John Wyley, Esq., Bilton Road, Rugby, 
aged 14, May 2. Left 1865 s . Town 

Gazetted to the 22nd Foot, 1867. Captain, Cheshire Regiment, 1879. Major, 1888. 
Retired. Junior United Service Club. 

Millington, Gordon Innes, son of Mrs. Millington, North Street, Rugby, 
aged 15, May 4. Left 1867 2 . Town 

Settled in New Zealand, 1875. Of Ngapara, near Oamaru. 

Weston, John Joseph, son of William Weston, Esq., Bilton Road, Rugby, 
aged 11, February 5. Left 1865 2 . Town 

Rogers, John Henry, son of Mrs. George Rogers, Hillmorton Road, Rugby, 
aged 14, March 1. Left 1866 1 . Town 

Browne, Elliott Kenworthy, eldest son of Mrs. Browne. Rugby, and the 
late William Kenworthy Browne, aged 15, October 10, 
Left 1866 2 . Town 

New College, Oxford, B.A. 1870, M.A. 1881. Rector of North Stoneham, 
Southampton, from 1886. 

Browne, Gerald Elliott Kenworthy, son of the above Mrs. Browne, aged 13, 
May 14. Left 1867 2 . Town 

Gazetted to the 20th Regiment, 1869. Captain, the Lancashire Fusiliers. 
Retired 1881. Assumed the name of KENWORTHY-BROWNE. Naval and Military 
Club. 

Mastermau, John Story, eldest son of Mrs. Masterman, Basset Down 
House, Swindon, and the late Rev. Thomas Masterman, aged 14, 
July 14. Left 1868 2 , School 

Exhibitioner 1868. Corpus Christi College, Oxford, Scholar 1868, First Class, 
Classical Moderations, 1870, First Class, Final Classics, 1872, B.A., Fellow of 
Brasenose College, 1873, M.A. 1875. Ordained, and Curate of Tavistock, 1874. 
Resigned Orders under the Clerical Disabilities Removal Act, in 1877. Assistant 
Master, University College School, London, 1882. Of 55, Campdeu House Road; 
London, W. 

Humphry, Alfred Paget, son of George Murray Humphry, Esq., M.D., 
Cambridge, aged 13, June 10. Left 1869 2 . School 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1873, MA. and LL.M. 1876. Winner of the 
Queen's Prize at Wimbledon, 1871. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 1875. 
Lieutenant-Colonel commanding Cambridge University Volunteers, 1886-9. Of 
Foxton House, Royston, Cambs. Athenaeum Club. 

Grwatkin, Frederick Stapleton, son of Frederick Gwatkin, Esq., Grove 
House, Twickenham, aged 14, January 30. Left 1867 2 . School 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1871, M.A. 1874. Gazetted to the 73rd Foot,' 
1872. Captain, Bengal Staff Corps, 1884. Major, 1892. Brevet Lieutenant- 
Colonel, 1896. Colonel, 1899. Served in the Affghan War, 1878-80. Mentioned 
in despatches. Medal. Served in the Eygptian Expedition, 1882, Action at 
Kassassin, Battle of Tel-el-Kebir, and occupation of Cairo. Medal with Clasp. 
Bronze Star. Served in the Soudan Expedition, 1885, Suakim. Medal. Manipur, 
1891. Chitral, 1895. Brevet of Lieutenant-Colonel. Medal with Clasp. Tirah 
Expedition, 1897-98. Despatches, two Clasps. C.B. 26 June, 1902. 

Stunt, Warwick, son of Frederick Stunt, Esq., Higham, Rochester, 
aged 13, November 4. Left 1868 1 . School 

Of Higham-by-Rochester. 



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Haslam, Arthur Brook, fourth son of Mrs. Haslara, Rugby, and the late 
Rev. John Fearby Haslam, aged 12, August 25. Left 
1869 2 . Town and Blake 

Exhibitioner, 1869. St. John's College, Cambridge, Scholar 1869, B.A., 14th in 
First Class, Classical Tripos. 1873, M.A. 1879. In Holy Orders. Headmaster of 
Ripou Grammar School, 1879-90. Second Master, Sheffield Grammar School. 
1893-99. Headmaster, 1899. 

Friend, Frederick Tyrrell, son of Frederick Friend, Esq., Woollet Hall, 
North Cray, Kent, aged 14, August 8. Left 1865 2 . Arnold 

Mausel, Robert Henry, son of Robert Shum Mansel, Esq., Warwick Street, 
Rugby, aged 14., May 3. Left 1864 2 . Town 

Late Captain, 103rd Bombay Fusiliers. Hon. Major, 5th Battalion Royal Dublin 
Fusiliers, 1894. J.P. and D.L. for Monmouthshire. High Sheriff, 1896. Of 
Maindiff Court, Abergavenny. 

Whigham, James Gilbert, son of James Whigham, Esq., 54, Gloucester 
Crescent, London, aged 14, April 2. School 

Died at Baling, 1 December, 1865. 

May, Edmund Alexander, son of the Rev. Edmund May, Darley Abbey, 
Derby, aged 13, February 15. Left 1863 3 . School 

Wells Theological College, 1873. Vicar of Mudford, Ilchester, 1890. Died 1901. 

Davenport, Alfred, fifth son of John Marriott Davenport, Esq., Oxford, 
aged 14, May 5 Left 1867 3 . School 

Balliol College, Oxford, B.A. 1871, M.A. 1874. Admitted a Solicitor, 1875. Of 
43, Chancery Lane, London, W.C. 

FitzGerald, William Vesey FitzGerald Vesey, second son of William 
Foster Yesey FitzGerald, Esq., Rugby, aged 13, March 20. 
Left 1868 2 . Town 

Farmed in Manitoba, Canada, 1875-94. Of Ellesmere, Murray Road, Rugby. 

Sayer, John, eldest son of John Sayer, Esq., (O.K. 1837), Arlingham, 
Stonehouse, aged 13, July 3. Left 1869 2 . Blake 

Christ Church, Oxford, B.A. 1873, M.A. 1876. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 
1875. Oxford Circuit. J.P. for Kent. Of Clear Mount, Ashford, Kent. Oxford 
and Cambridge Club. 

Stansfeld, John Birkbeck Evelyn, eldest son of the Rev. John Stansfeld, 
Coniston, Bell Busk, Leeds, aged 16, November 27. Left 
1865 2 . School 

University College, Oxford, B.A. 1869, M.A. 1874. Rector of Preston, Uppingham, 
1884-9. Rector of Downham, 1889. Died about 1895. 

Baily, Charles Chetwode, son of Joseph Baily, Esq., Shenley House, Stony 
Stratford, aged 15, August 5. Left 1864 3 . B. Smith 

Of 3, Leopold Road, Brighton. 

Baring, Hon. Francis Henry, second son of Sir Francis Thornhill Baring, 
Bart, afterwards Lord Northbrook, Stratton, Hants, aged 13, 
July 22. Left 1869 2 . B. Smith 

Exhibitioner, 1869. Corpus Christi College, Oxford, Scholar 1869, First Class, 
Mathematical, Second Class, Classical Moderations, 1871, First Class, Final 
Classics, 1873. Fellow of Hertford College, 1874 D.L. for Surrey. High Sheriff, 
1888. A Director of Barings. Of 8, Bishopsgate Within, and 34, Great 
Cumberland Place, London. Brooks' Club. 



228 Temple, 1858-69. 



Cox, Donald, son of John Cox, Esq., Glentworth, Weston-super-Mare, 
aged 14, March 15, Left 1865 2 . B. Smith 

Bicknell, Arthur Charming, son of Henry Sandford Bicknell, Esq., The 
Lawn, Tulse Hill, aged 14, June 28. Left 1865 2 . B. Smith 

Bicknell, Walter, son of the above Henry Sandford Bicknell, aged 12, 
November 29. Left 1867 2 . B. Smith 

MacGregor, William, second son of Mrs. MacGregor, Wavertree, 
Liverpool, and the late Walter Fergus MacGregor, aged 15, 
May 16. Left 1866 2 . B. Smith 

Exeter College, Oxford, B.A. 1871, M.A. 1874. Vicar of Tamworth, 1878-87. J.P. 
for Warwickshire and Staffs. Of Bolehall Manor House, Tamworth. 
Devonshire Club. 

Spencer, William, second son of John Spencer, Esq., Chorlton Hall, 
Newcastle-on-Tyne, aged 15, December 31. Left 1864 3 . B. Smith 

Merton CoUege, Oxford, B.A. 1873, M.A. 1876. Vicar of Coseley, near Bilston, 
Staffs, from 1883. 

Cams-Wilson, Edward Litton, second son of William Wilson Carus- 
Wilson, Esq., Weston super-Mare, aged 14, July 27. Lgft 
1863 8 . B. Smith 

Non-Collegiate, Oxford, 1878. 

Bury, Edward Alexander, eldest son of Edward Bury, Esq., 53, 
Westbourne Park Road, I^ondon, aged 13, June 5. Left 
1867 3 . Arnold 

University CoUege, Oxford, B.A. 1878, M.A. 1876. Vicar of New Ferry, 
Birkenhead, 1888. Died 25 October, 1896. 

Gordon, John Schank More, eldest son of George More Gordon, Esq., 
Charleton, Montrose, aged 14, April 13. Left 1868 2 . Arnold 

Balliol CoUege, Oxford, B.A. 1873, M.A. 1875. BUerton Prizeman, 1873. Denyer 
Theological Scholar, 1875. Vicar of St. John's, RedhiU, from 1882. 

Stokes, Henry, eldest son of Henry Graham Stokes, Esq., St. John's Park, 
Blackheath, aged 14, November 17. Left 1865 2 . Arnold 

St. John's CoUege, Cambridge. Barrister-at-Law, Inuer Temple, 1873. Of 
24, GranviUe Park, Blackheath. 

Pauncefote, Bernard, only son of Bernard Pauncefote, Esq , 22, 
Kensington Gate, London, aged 15, June 28. Left 1867 2 . Arnold 

Brasenose CoUege, Oxford, B.A. 1870. University Eleven, 1868-70. Died at 
Blackheath, 24 September, 1882. 

Allcard, Octavius, son of the late William Allcard, Esq., 43, Upper Brook 
Street, London, aged 1 5, November 28. Left 1865 2 . Hutchinson 

Gazetted to the 9th Foot, 1867. Captain, Norfolk Regiment, 1880. Major, 1885. 
Retired as Lieutenant-Colonel, 1895. Naval and Military Club. 

Allcard, George Frederick, son of the above William Allcard, Esq., aged 
14, July 1. Left 1865 3 . Hutchinson 

Hare, Charles Pascoe, son of Robert Hare, Esq., Ballymore, Queenstown, 
Co. Cork, aged 14, January 23. Left 1866 2 . Hutchinaon 

Formerly in the 1st Royals. Died 1874. 



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Isherwood, Charles Edward Kamsbottom, second son of Richard 
Ramsbottom Isherwood, Esq., Barton Court, Hungerford. aged 
14, June 17. Left 1866 2 . Hutchinson 

Lieutenant-Colonel, 4th Militia Battalion, South Wales Borderers, 1896- 
Chairman of Lush and Co., Brewers. Of Bowland, Southsea. Junior United 
Service Club. 

Price, Arthur Bulkeley, son of John Thomas Price, Esq., Heald Grove, 
Manchester, aged 15, March 1. Loft 1864 3 . Hutchinson 

Thomson, George Abercrombie, son of Charles Thomson, Esq., 1, Rumford 
Street, Liverpool, aged 14, April 30. Left 1864?. Hutchinson 

A Stockbroker in Liverpool. Of 14, Marine Crescent, Waterloo, Liverpool. 

Baker, William Savage, second son of Colonel William Baker, 44, 
Porchester Square, London, aged 16, June 29. Left 1866 2 . Burrows 

Trinity College, Dublin, B.A. Formerly Captain, 20th Regiment, and Paymaster, 
Irish Rifles. Died on the voyage home from Egypt, 1885. 

Boden, Edward Henry, son of George Boden, Esq., 23, Circus Road, St. 
John's Wood, London, aged 14,' February 28. Left 1865*. Burrows 
Ensign, 85th Regiment, 1867. 

Ellis. Vivian, fifth son of George Henry Ellis, Esq., 7, Spring Gardens, 
London, aged 14, January 18. Left 1868*. Burrows 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. 1871. Admitted a Solicitor, 1875. Retired 1899. 
Of Villa Garcia, Spain. 

Hamilton* Arthur, third son of Charles William Hamilton, Hamwood, 
Dunboyne, aged 15, August 16. Left 1865 s . Burrows 

Gazetted to the 12th Regiment, 1867. Retired 1869. A Land Agent in Ireland. 
Of Hollybrook, Foxrock, Co. Dublin. Kildare Street Club. 

Le Fanil, Thomas Philip, son of Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu, Esq., Dublin, 
aged 14, September 3. Left 1866 2 . Burrows 

Died December, 1879. 

Maitland, Frederick Henry, fourth son of the late Augustus Maitland, 
Esq., 49, Melville Street, Edinburgh, aged 14, May 13. Left 
1868*. Burrows 

Corpus Christi College, Oxford, B.A. 1873. Of 1, Sloane Gardens, London, S.W. 

Wason, John Cathcart, son of Eigby Wason, Esq., Corcear House, Girvan, 
Ayrshire, aged 14, November 17. Left 1865 3 . Burrows 

In New Zealand, 1867-1897. Barrister-at-Law, Middle Temple, 1887. M.P. for 
Orkney and Shetland, 1900-02. Of Belgrave Mansions, London, S.W. Reform 
Club. 

Gray, Albert, fourth son of George Gray, Esq., Bowerswell, Perth, aged 
12, October 10. Left 1868 3 . Blake 

Ceylon Civil Service, 1871-6. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1879. Chancellor 
of the Diocese of Ely, 1 893. Counsel to Chairman of Committees, House of Lords, 
1897. Of Catherine Lodge, Trafalgar Square, Chelsea. 

Johnston, Henry Hammond, eldest son of Robert Henry Johnston, Esq., 
Grantham, aged 14, December 18. Left 1867 2 . Blake 

Balliol College, Oxford, First Class, Mathematical Moderations, 1869, B.A. 1873, 
M.A. 1874. A Banker at Grantham, 1872-95. Of 22, Queen's Gate Terrace, 
London, S.W., and 17, Lansdown Crescent, Bath. 



230 Temple,. 1858-69. 



Tinkler, John, son of -the- Rev. John Tinkler, Landbeach ;Rectory v Cam- 
bridge, aged 13, July 5. Left 1868 3 . Blake 

' Corpus Christ! College, Cambridge, Scholar 1870. Major, West India Regiment. 
Died ,at Cape Coast Castle, 1888. 

Miller, Thomas Frederick, son of Taverner John Miller, Esq., 59, Portland 
Place, London, aged 13, August 11. Left 1866 2 . Blake 

Arbuthnot, Fitzgerald Hay, son of Sir. Robert Keith Arbuthnot, Bart., 
Edinburgh, aged 14, August 25. Left 1867 1 ! Blake 

. Formerly in business in London. Died 1 November, 1894. 

Hornby, Hugh Phipps, eldest son of the Rev. William Hornby, St. 
MichaePs-on-Wyre, Garstang, aged 14, March 10. Left 
1868 1 . Blake. 

" . Brasenose College, Oxford, B.A. 1872, M.A. 1878. Barrister-at-Law, Inner 
Temple, 1877. J. P. for Lancashire. Of St. Michael's, Garstang. New University 
Club. 

Anstruther, Francis William, second son of James Hamilton Anstruther, 

Esq., Hintlesham Ball, Ipswich, aged 14, February 20. Left 

'1864 2 . Moberly 

Formerly Major and Hon. Lieutenant-Colonel, West Suffolk Militia. Wellington 
Club. 

Carpenter, Francis Hunloke, son of the late Thomas Carpenter, Esq., 
Cliff Cottage, Dawlish, aged 16, June 28. Left 1866 2 . Moberly 

England. Frederick William, fifth son of Thomas England. Esq., The 
Elms, Headingley, Leeds, aged 14, Nov. 5. Left 1866 s . Moberly 

Worcester College, Oxford, B.A. 1873. 

Fenwick, Arthur, fourth son of George Fen wick, Esq., Bywell Hall, 
Gateshead, aged 15, August 25. Left 1864 3 . Moberly 

, JiP. for Co. Durham. Of Kirkly Hall, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

Jacson, John Henry, son of John Jacson, Esq., Hindley, Wigan, aged 15, 
November 21. Left 1864 3 . Moberly 

Jones, Henry Johnson, son of Edwin Henry Jones, Esq., 2, Gloucester 
Road, Clifton, aged 15, December 25. Left 1864 2 . Moberly 

Formerly Captain, Channel Ifelands Militia, 

Miles, Roger, son of Roger Button Miles, Esq., Keyham, Leicestershire, 
aged 13, April 3. Left 1865 1 . Moberly 

Of Keyham HaU. J.P. for Leicestershire. Died 14 March, 1895. 

Paddock, George Frank, son of George Paddock, Esq., Grove House, 
Han ley, aged 14, February 10. Left 186> 3 , Moberly. 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1873. Practising at Hanley. Of Hartwell Hallj Barkston, 
Stoke-on-Trent. 

Phillips, Courtenay Mansel, son of Courtenay Mansel Phillips, Esq., 20, 
Paragon, Ramsgate, aged 15, May 4. Left 1864 2 . Moberly 

Prance, Henry Penrose, son of William Henry Prance, Esq., 12, Crescent, 
Plymouth, aged 14, March 16. Left 1868 1 . Moberly 

,.-.-. . Admitted a Solicitor, 1873. Practising at Plymouth Of 7, Athenaeum Terrace, 
Plymouth. 



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Romilly, Alfred, fifth son of Charles Romilly, Esq., 29, Wilton Crescent, 
aged 13, December 8. Left 1867 1 . Moberly 

Trinity College, Cambridge. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 1879. 

ThorneyCTOft, George Benjamin, eldest son of Thomas Thorneycroft, Esq., 
Tettenhall Towers, Wolverhampton, aged 14, May 25. Left 
1866 2 . Moberly 

J.P. for Salop and Staffordshire. Of Penkridge, Staffordshire. Conservative 
Club. 

Ward, Edward Thomas, eldest son of Thomas Bobbins Ward, Esq., 
(OK,. 1833), Moreton House, Kineton, aged 12, September 25. 
Leftl868 3 . Moberly 

University College, Oxford, 1869. Barrister-at-Law, Middle Temple, 1871. Of 
The Lees, Folkestone. 

feathurst, Lionet Hervey, son of Sir Frederick Hutchinson Bathurst, Bart., 
Clarendon Park, Salisbury, aged 14, July 7. Left 1865 3 . Wilson 

Formerly Major, Rifle Brigade. Retired as Lieutenant-Colonel, 1891. Of 
Worsham House, Bexhill-on-Sea. Naval and Military Club. 

Farrer, Edmund, son of Edmund Farrer, Esq., Sporle, SwafUham, aged 15, 
January 2. Left 1865 3 . Wilson 

' Caius College, Cambridge. Author of "Church Heraldry of Norfolk," and other 
antiquarian works. Rector of Hinderclay, Diss, from 1896. 

Markham, Henry, son of Orlando Markham, Esq., 33, Clarges Street, 
London, aged 15, July 26. Left 1866 2 . Wilson 

St. John's College, Cambridge. 

Seabroke, George Mitchell, son of Thomas Pickford Seabroke, Esq., 
Bowden Grange, Market Marborough, aged 15, April 1. Left 
1865 2 . Wilson 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1870. Practising at Rugby. F.R.A.S. Representative of 
the Government in the Solar Expedition to Sicily, 1870. Clerk to the Rugby 
Petty Sessional Divison. Hon. Curator, Temple Observatory, from 1872. Of 
Rosemount, Rugby. 

Taylor, Charles Samuel, eldest son of Thomas Terrett Taylor, Esq., Stoke 
Bishop, Bristol, aged 15, December 11. Left 1865 2 . Wilson 

Merton College, Oxford, B.A., First Class, Natural Science, 1870, M.A. 1873. 
. . Burdett-Coutts Scholar, 1871. .' F.S. A. 1901. Vicar of St. Thomas', Bristol, 1877-96. 

Vicar of Banwell, Somerset, from 1896. 

Twining, Arthur Bovill, son of the late William Twining. Esq., 3, Old 
Broad Street, London, aged 13, November 12. Leftl865 3 . Wilson 

In business. Of 3, Old Broad Street, London, E.G. 

West, Frederick, son of Frederick West, Waldrons, Croydon, aged 14, 
June 8. .'Left 1866 3 . / Blake 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1872. Master of the Tin Plate Workers' Guild, 1883. Of 
66, Cannon Street, London, E.G., and The Waldrons, Croydon. 

Radcliffe, George bulstrode Edmund, son of Captain Kadcliffe, Kugby 
aged 14, July 13. Left 1 S65 3 . - '.', ' Town 

. Formerly in the 107th Foot, and Lieutenant-Colonel, Bombay Staff Corps Sub- 
Assistant Commissary General, Aden, 1885. Retired 1896. Served in the 
Affghan War, 1879-81, and in the Egyptian War, 1881-82, Chitral, 1895, Burmah 
, 1896. Medals.. Died January, 18977 



232 Temple, 1858-69. 



Menzies, Stuart Alexander, son of Robert William Menzies, Esq., 
Woodhall, Yorkshire, aged 13, March 28. Left 1867 s . Wilson 

Captain, Seaforth Highlanders. Served in the Affghan War, 1879-80, the Action 
of Charasiab, and occupation of Cabul, the Expedition to Maidan, affairs 
round Cabul and Sherpur, Actions of 23 December, and Childukhtean, 
March from Cabul to Kandahar, and battle of 1 September. Severely 
wounded. Medal with 3 Clasps, and Bronze Star. Killed by a fall from a 
bicycle at Holy wood, Co. Down, June, 1895. 

Mellor, George Henry, son of George Mellor, Esq., Hollybank, Ashton- 
under- Lyne, aged 15, April 10. Left 1863 3 . Wilson 

ENTRANCES IN OCTOBER, 1863. 

Priestley, Peter, son of the late Peter Priestley, Esq., Gladhill, Euston, 
Chorley, Lancashire, aged 14, November 21. Left 1864 3 . School 
Formerly Captain, 2nd Royal Lancashire Militia. 

Hudson, John Radford, son of John Hudson, Esq., Grove Villas, Osmaston 
Road, Derby, aged 13, April 7. Left 1866 s . School 

Clare College, Cambridge, B.A. 1873, M.A. 1876. 

Atkinson, William Charles, son of William Latham Atkinson, Esq., Old 
Court House Street, Calcutta, aged 14, Jan. 2. Left 1866 2 . School 

Carline, John James, son of the late Richard Carline, Esq., Silver Street, 
Lincoln, aged 14, December 16. Left 1864 s . School 

Died 1882. 

Morgan, William John Fennell, son of William John Morgan, Esq., 
Bombay, aged 13, October 16. Left 1864 3 . School 

Henderson* Robert Charles, son of the late General Robert Henderson, 
Wiesbaden, aged 15, February 25. Left 1864 2 . Hutchinson 

Morewood, William Barlow, son of John Roland Morewood, Esq., 64, Old 
Broad Street, New York, aged 15, Dec. 9. Left 1864 3 . Hutchinson 
Formerly in business in New York. Residing at Elizabeth, New Jersey, 1902. 

Richard, Sydney Walter Adolphe, son of Louis Adolphe Richard, Esq., 
20, Avenue d'Antin, Paris, aged 14, Jan. 1 1. Left 1865 s . Hutchinson 

Smith, Samuel Clarke, son of William Smith, Esq., Bank, Warwick, aged 
14, May 6. Left 1866 2 . Hutchinson 

Of Westgate Lodge, Warwick. 

Thornton, Francis Cholmondeley, eldest son of the Rev. Francis 
Vansittart Thornton, (OR. 1830). The Rectory, Chilton, aged 13, 
February 28. Left 1867 1 . Hutchinson 

Farming in Colorado. 

Collins, John, son of the late John George Collins, Esq., Hooker's Brook, 
Chester, aged 14, October 31. Left 1867 2 . Wilson 

Exhibitioner, 1867. St. John's College, Cambridge, Scholar 1867, B.A., Sixth 
Classics, 1871, Fellow 1874, M.A. 1874. Assistant Master at Clifton College, 1871-5 
Assistant Master at Rugby from January, 1876. United University Club. 



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Allen, William Dennis, eldest son of Mark Allen, Esq., The Close, Lich- 
field, aged 15, May 3. Left 1867 2 . Arnold 

Exhibitioner 1867. Magdalen College, Oxford, Demy, 1867, First Class, Classical 
Moderations, 1869, Fellow, 1871, B.A. 1872, M.A. 1874, Tutor, 1873. Rector of 
Tubney, Oxon, 1878. Vicar of Findon, Shoreham, from 1881. 

Richardson, Robert, son of the late Robert Richardson, Esq., Liverpool, 
aged 15, May 30. Left 3865 2 , Wilson 

Biddulph, Ormus Edmund, son of Ormus Biddulph, Esq., 80, Eccleston 
Square, London, aged 13, January 5. Left 1865 1 . Burrows 

Reid, Robert, son of Robert Reid, Esq., Oporto, aged 14, November 7. 
Left 1864 2 . Burrows 

Willett, Wickham Edward, son of Edward Willett, Esq., Eaton Grove, 
Norwich, aged 15, June 21. Left 1866 1 . Burrows 

Died at Norwich, August, 1880. 

Tobin, Frederick, son of the Rev. John Tobin, Liscard House, Birkenhead, 
aged 14, July 5. Left 1868. 2 Blake 

St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1872, M.A. 1875. University Eleven. Vicar 
of Charlecote, Warwick, from 1884. 

Tobin, Frank, son of James Aspinall Tobin, Esq., (O.R. 1832), Eastham 
House, Chester, aged 14, September 23. Left 1868 3 . Blake 

Trinity College, Cambridge. A Merchant, formerly in Lima, Peru, 

Mather, Myles Edward, son of the late Thomas Mather, Esq., Glyn Abbott, 
Holy well, North Wales, aged 14, July 15. Left 1867*. Blake 

Went to America about 1887. 

Richards, Walter John, son of Mr. John Richards, Churchover, aged 14, 
May 18. Left 1867 2 . Town 

In the Civil Service, Somerset House. Of 1, Rusham Road, Nightingale Lane, 
London, S.W. 

Thornber, Giles Remington, son of the late John Thornber, Esq., Rugby, 
aged 14, December 29. Left 1867 3 . Town 

Formerly Farming in South America. Died at San Francisco, 1898. 

Browne, Henry Ellis, son of Henry James Browne, Esq., Perry Hill, 
Sydenham, aged 13, December 30. Left 1866 3 . Burrows 

Died, 1881. 

ENTRANCES IN FEBRUARY, 1864. 

Browne, George Ackers St. Barbe, son of Col. William St. Barbe Browne, 
Rugby, aged 12, June 8. Left 1868 1 . Town 

Indian Civil Service, Police Department. Died at Shelum, Punjab, 1898. 

Tunnard, Ambrose Bartholomew, eldest son of Capt. Bartholomew Tunnard, 
Rugby, aged 12, July 28. Left 1867 2 . Town 

Oriel College, Oxford, B.A. 1873. Formerly Farming in Warwickshire. Of 
Ballinapeirce, Bnniscorthy, Co. Wexford, Ireland. 

Smith, Arthur Weston, son of Mrs. Charles Smith, 2, Eldoii Place, Rugby, 
aged 14, November 18. Left 1868 1 . Town 

A Solicitor, at Wanganui, Marton, New Zealand. 
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Mayne, Charles James Otway, son of the Rev. F. Otway Mayne, Chaplain, 
Indian Array, Rugby, aged 14, November 20. Left 1866 2 . Town 
Died before 1886. 

Paine, Tyrrell Thomas, eldest son of Sir Thomas Paine, 9, Albert Road, 
Regents Park, aged 14, October 15. Left 1867 2 . School 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1871. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1875. 
Of 4, Paper Buildings, Temple, London, B.C. 

Warner, Edward Handley, son of Edward Warner, Esq., Quorndon Hall, 
Loughborough, aged 13, August 20. Left i860 2 . School 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. 1873. J.P. and D.L. for Leicestershire. High 
Sheriff, 1897. Captain, Leicestershire Yeomanry, 1883-4. Of Quoni Hall, 
Loughborough. Oxford and Cambridge Club. 

Kennedy, Charles William, second son of the late Langford Kennedy, 
Esq., Cheltenham, aged 13, July 6. Left 1869*. School 

University College, Oxford, B.A. 1873. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1875. 
Afterwards in business as a Brewer. Of Scots Hill House, Rickmansworth. 

Smith, William Anthony Grey, third won of the Rev. John William Smith, 
Dinsdale, Alington, aged 14, February 23. Left 1864 2 . B. Smith 

Captain, 70th Regiment. Served in the Affghan War, 1878. Medal. Died at 
Mentone, 12 April, 1886. 

Reader, Henry Charles Lyon, eldest son of Major William Reader, Rugby, 
aged 13, August 12. Left 1868 1 . Burrows 

Merton College, Oxford, B.A. 1875, M.A. 1884. A Priest of the Roman Catholic 
Church. 

Williams, Romer, son of Charles Reynolds Williams, Esq., 48, Glousester 
Square, London, aged 13, September 24. Left 1868 1 . School 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1874. Of Norfolk House, Victoria Embankment, 
London, W.C. 

Nevins, James West, son of Penrose Nevins, Esq., Australia, aged 13, 
July 26. Left 1866 2 . Town 

A Clerk in the General Post Office, 1867. Died, 22 February, 1890. 

Fowler, William Weekes, eldest son of the Rev. Hugh Fowler, King's 
School, Gloucester, aged 15, January 10. Left 1868 2 . School 

Jesus College, Oxford, Scholar, 1868, First Class, Classical Moderations, 1870, 
B.A. 1873, M.A. 1875. Assistant Master at Repton School, 1873-80. Headmaster 
of Lincoln Grammar School, 1880. Prebendary of Lincoln Cathedral, 1887. 
Rector of Rotherfield Peppard, Henley-on-Thames, from 1900. 

Bonsall, Isaac, son of the late Isaac Bonsall, Esq., Fronfraith, Aberystwith, 
aged 13, December 28. Left 1866 2 . School 

Went to Shrewsbury School, 1867. 

Gaskell, James, third son of Henry Lomax Gaskell, Esq , Kiddington Hall, 
Woodstock, aged 14, August 23. Left 1865 3 . School 

Wheler, Edward Galton, son of Edward Wheler, Esq., 3, Bertie Terrace, 
Leamington, aged 13, June 12. Left 1866 1 . School 

Agent to Col. Legh, High Legh, Cheshire, 1878-98. Commissioner to the Estates 
of the Duke of Northumberland, E.G., from 1898. J.P. for Northumberland. 
Of Swanswick House, Alnwick. 

Akenhead, Edmund, second son of the Rev. David Akenhead, Holtby, 
aged 13, February 23. Left 1865 3 . Arnold 

Ordained, 1880. Vicar of St. Martin, Lincoln, from 1898. 



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Scatter, James Taylor, third son of James Taylor Soutter, Esq., 3, Alder- 
man's Walk, London, aged 15, January 21. Left 1868 2 . School 
Corpus Christ! College, Oxford, B.A. 1872. Died in New York, April, 1883. 

, Donald Macdonald, only son of Henry Nosworthy Long, Esq., 
5, Hamilton Terrace, London, aged 14, April 10. Left 1864 1 . 

Moberly 
St. Mary Hall, Oxford, 1870. 

Adams, Oliver, son of William Alexander Adams, Esq., Newbold Beeches, 
Leamington, aged 13, March 27. Left 1866 3 . Burrows 

Barrister-at-Law, Middle Temple, 1878. Of 19, Liberty Street, New York, and 
Larchmont Manor, New York, U.S.A. 

Baynes, Robert Edward, fifth son of John Baynes, Esq., Claremont, 
Blackburn, aged 14, September 27. Left 1868 2 . Burrows 

Exhibitioner, 1868. Wadham College, Oxford, Scholar 1867, First Class, 
Mathematical Moderations, 1871, B.A., First Class, Natural Science, 1872, M.A. 
1875. Senior Student and Lee's Reader in Physics, 1873, Censor of Christ Church, 
1883-7, Steward 1894-1901. Of 2, Norham Gardens, Oxford. 

Merewether, Charles George, second son of Francis Lewis Shaw 
Merewether, Esq., of Australia, Cole Orton Rectory, Ashby-de-la- 
Zouch, aged 14, October 28. Left 1867 2 . Burrows 

Christ Church, Oxford, 1870. Went to Australia. Died at Ingatestone Hall, 
Essex, 28 January, 1902. 

Barrington, Charles Burton, eldest son of Croker Barrington, Esq., 
afterwards Baronet, 58, Fitzwilliam Street, Dublin, aged 16, 
February 9. Left 1866 3 . Burrows 

Trinity College, Dublin, M.A. Succeeded his father as fifth Baronet, 1890. J.P. 
and D.L. for Co. Limerick. High Sheriff, 1878. Of Glenstal, Limerick. 
Kildare Street Club. 

Harrison, Alfred, son of Richard Harrison, Esq., Hanstead House, St. 
Albans, Herts, aged 15, December 17. Left 1867 1 . Burrows 

Wadham College, Oxford, 1867. Farming in Kansas, U.S.A. 

Tanqueray, Charles Waugh, son of Charles Tanqueray, Esq., Champfleurie, 
Linlithgow, aged 15, June 26. Left 1865 3 . Blake 

A Partner in Tanqueray and Co., Distillers, 1890. Of 109, Ashley Gardens, 
London, S.W. 

Law, Channell, son of Henry Shepherd Law, Esq., Bush Lane, Cannon 
Street, London, aged 14, April 14. Left 1866 3 . Blake 

Associate of the Royal School of Mines, and Scholar in Chemistry and Physics. 

Peel, Florence William, fourth son of William Peel, Esq., Swinton Park, 
Pendlebury, Manchester, aged 15, May 2. Left 1865 3 . Blalce 

Formerly in business in Calcutta, 1868-83. Agent of the Bank of England, 
Manchester, from 1901. 

Rathbone, William, eldest son of William Rathbone, Esq., Liverpool, 
aged 14, July 28. Left 1868 2 . Blake 

University CoUege, Oxford, B.A. 1872. Of Green Bank, Liverpool. 

Wood, John Baddeley, eldest son of Edmund Thomas Wedgewood Wood, 
Esq., Watlands, Longport, Staffordshire, aged 14, March 21. 
Left 1868 2 . Wilson 

Merton College, Oxford, B.A. 1872, M.A. 1875. J.P. and D.L. for Salop. High 
Sheriff, 1897. Of Henley Hall, Bitterley, Ludlow. Boodle's Club. 



236 Temple, 1858-69. 



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Lambert, John, eldest son of John Lambert, Esq., Clarendon Street, 
Nottingham, aged 14, December 3. Left 1866 3 . Wilson 

In business in Nottingham. Of Ellesmere House, Nottingham, 

Thurburn, Robert William, son of Robert Thurburn, Esq., 21, Carlton 
Villas, Maida Vale, aged 15, September 6. Left 1866 1 . Wilson 

Lewis, Edward James Gardner, son of Colonel Henry Lewis, Hertingford- 
bury Park, Hertford, aged 15, July 31. Left 1866 2 . Wilson 

Gazetted to the 62nd Foot, 1869. Major, Bengal Staff Corps. Retired 1891. 
Of Grangewood, Border Crescent, Sydenham. 

Parbury, Douglas Stewart, son of George Parbury, Esq., Caterham 
Manor, Caterham, aged 13, August 10. Left 1867 2 . Wilson 

In Lloyds', London. 

Jeffery, Henry Septimus, son of James Reddecliffe Jeffery, Esq., Compton 
House, Liverpool, aged 15, July 17- Left 1867V Wilson 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1871. Died in India, 10 October, 1877. 

Hainmill, Richard Ford, son of John Baptiste Hammill, Esq., Saltlands, 
Bridgwater, aged 13, April 28. Left 1865 3 . Wilson 

Blackburn, Arthur, second son of Edward Blackburn, Esq. .Newark Park, 
Wootton-under-Edge, aged 14, August 21. Left 1866 3 . Moberly 
Of Hayne, Stowford, Lew Down, North Devon. Junior Carlton Club. 

Iredell, Charles Lessingham Maynard, son of Capt. Iredell, Coburg House, 
Cheltenham, aged 15, January 12. Left 1864 2 . Moberly 

A Doctor in Australia. Of 20, Collins Street, Melbourne, Victoria. 

Tindale, Thomas Plumpton, son of the late John Tindale, Esq., North 
Road, Sleaford, aged 15, February 8. Left 1865 1 . Moberly 

Macaulay, Charles Trevelyan, son of Charles Zachary Macaulay, Esq., 
78, Gloucester Terrace, London, aged 13, May 30. Left 1865 s . 

Moberly 

Residing at Bath, 1894. 

Bentley, Arthur James Macdonald, son of the late Capt. Bentley, Silverton 
Rectory, Cullompton, aged 13, February 13. Left 1865 3 . Moberly 

Nicholson, John Meals, son of Robert Nicholson, Esq., Chester, aged 15, 
May 25. Left 1866 2 . Moberly 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1872. Practising at Chester. 

Neilson, William Francis, eldest son of John Backhouse Neilson, Esq., 
Princes Park, Liverpool, aged 15, Sept. 24. Left 1868 2 . Moberly 
Resided in Canterbury, New Zealand, and died there, May, 1880. 

Coker, Lewis Edmund, eldest son of Major Lewis Coker, Repley Cottage, 
Alresford, aged 13, March 24. Left 1866 2 . Moberly 

Colonel, Royal Horse Artillery. Retired, 1901. Assistant Commandant, Royal 
Military Academy, 1900. Commanded Militia Artillery, Cork and Dublin 
Districts, 1901. Naval and Military Club. 

Brennand, William Ernest, son of William Brennand, Esq., Principal of 
the College, Dacca, aged 15, August 3. Left 1866 3 . Moberly 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1874. Practising at Blandford, Dorset. Of Belmont, 
Parkstone, Dorset. 



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Lushington, Edward Eardley, son of Edward Lushington, Esq., 
Harrington Street, Calcutta, aged 14, February 11. Left 
1864 3 . Blake 

Lieutenaut-Colonel, 8th Hussars. Served in the Affghan War, 1879-80. Medal. 
Reserve of Officers, 1888. 

Barton, Edward Lewis, son of John Arthur Barton, Esq., South Bank, 
Surbiton, aged 15, January 28. Left 1864 3 . B. Smith 

An Exchange Broker at Bombay. 

Gardner, James William, third son of James Gardner, Esq., Stone House, 
Rugeley, aged 13, April 22. Left 1868 s . B. Smith 

Brasenose College, Oxford, B.A. 1872. Admitted a Solicitor, 1876. Of The 
Stone House, Eugeley. 

Lambert, John Oswald, son of Anthony Lambert, Esq., Castle Town, 
Carlisle, aged 14, January 23. Left 1867 s . B. Smith 

Lieutenant, 5th Dragoon Guards. Died November, 1880. 

Brewster, Charles Edward, son of James Brewster, Esq., Ashford Lodge, 
Halstead, Essex, aged 14, July 21. Left 1866 2 . B. Smith 

J.P. for Essex. Of Maplestead House, Halstead. 

Purves, George Hurdis, son of James Purves, Esq., 77, Lansdowne Place, 
Brighton, aged 14, February 27. Left 1867 2 . B. Smith 

In Australia 

Purves, Harry Guillod, son of the above James Purves, Esq., aged 13, 
September 17. Left 1867 2 . B. Smith 

Died 1868. 

De la Rue, Thomas Andros, son of Warren De la Rue, Esq., Observatory, 
Cranford, aged 14, May 26. Left 1867 3 . Arnold 

St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A., First Class, Natural Science Tripos, 1870, 
M.A. 1874. Created a Baronet, 1898. Of 52, Cadogan Square, London, S.W. 
Carlton Club. 

Milner, Granville, son of Sir William Milner, Bart., Nunappleton, 
Tadcaster, aged 12, December 28. Left 1868 2 . Arnold 

Formerly Private Secretary to Lord Abergavenny. Of Rotherfields, Sussex. 

Stokes. Frederick, son of Henry Graham Stokes, Esq., St. John's Park, 
Blackheath, aged 13, July 12. Left 1867 2 . Arnold 

Formerly a Solicitor. Proctor to the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty. 
Of 21, Great St. Helens, London, E.G. 

Short, Richard Habberfield, son of Thomas Short, Esq., The Grove, 
Harborne, Birmingham, aged 14, Feb. 8. Left 1866 3 . Hutchinson 
In business in London. Of 91, Queen Victoria Street, London, E.G. 

Forbes, John Whetham, third son of Arthur Forbes Gordon, Esq., 16, 
Rutland Square, Edinburgh, aged 14, August 11. Left 
1864 1 . Hutchinson 

Banister, George Stanhope, son of George Banister, Esq., Medical Staff, 
Indian Army, aged 13, April 4. Left 1864 3 . Hutchinson 

Gazetted to the 73rd Foot, and the 24th Foot, 1868. Captain, South Wales 
Borderers, 1879. Major, 1885. Retired as Lieutenant-Colonel, 1892. Served in 
the Kaffir Campaign, and the Zulu War, 1877-8-9. Medal with Clasp. 



238 Temple, 1868-69. 



Ogilvie, Arthur Graeme, son of Alexander Ogilvie, Esq., Mound House, 
Netting Bill, aged 13. January 31. Left 1870 2 . Hutchinson 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1874, M.A. 1879. A Mining Engineer. Died 
July, 1897. 

Lloyd, George Herbert, second son of Sampson Lloyd, Esq., Sparkbrook, 
Birmingham, aged 13, March 8. Left 1868 2 . Wilson 

A Banker in the Firm of Lloyd, Burnett, Bosanquet, and Co. Of Sparkbrook, 
Birmingham. 

Bradley, William Henry, third son of William Henry Bradley, Esq., Sale 
Lodge, Manchester, aged 15, December 10. Left 1865 3 . Moberly 

Exeter College, Oxford, B.A. 1872, M.A. 1875. Rector of Kingsland, Hereford, 
1876-84. Rector of Elsdon, Otterburn, 1884-1901. Of Chapel Hill Lodge, Margate. 

Knyvett, Seymour Henry, third son of Carey Seymour Knyvett, Esq., 
36, Cadogan Place, London, aged 14, April 9. Left 1867 2 . B. Smith 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. 1872, M.A. 1878. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 
1874. One of H.M. Inspectors of Factories, from 1877. Of Metchley Cottage, 
Edgbaston, Birmingham. 

ENTRANCES IN APRIL, 1864. 

Senior, Walter Nassau, only son of Nassau John Senior, Esq., Elm House, 
Lavender Hill, aged 14, March 16. Left 1868 3 . School 

University College, Oxford, B.A. 1872. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 1875. 
Chancery Bar. Of 2, Old Square, Lincoln's Inn. 

Pearson, Thomas Sherwin, fifth son of Col. Thomas Hook Pearson, Oakley 
Hall, Kettering, aged 12, June 20. Left 1870 3 . School 

Christ Church, Oxford, B.A. 1876. Assumed the additional name of GREGORY, 
1892. J.P. for Bedfordshire, Notts, and Lincolnshire. High Sheriff of Lincoln- 
shire, 1899. Of Harlaxton Manor, Grantham. 

Bayly, Ernest Frederick, eldest son of Major Frederick J. Bayly, The 
Castle, Bude, aged 14, October 29. Left 1867 1 . School 

Exeter College, Oxford, B.A. 1873, M.A. 1875. Vicar of Effingham, Leatherhead, 
from 1882. 

Temple. John, son of Colonel Temple, Madras Native Infantry, Madras, 
aged 12, April 20. Left 1868 1 . School 

Afterwards at Cheltenham College. Gazetted to the Royal Artillery, 1872. 
Captain, 1881. Major, 1888. Served in the Affghan War, 1879-80, at the Action 
of Charasiab. Medal. 

Micholls, Sydney Philip, second son of Henry Micholls, Esq., Grove 
House, Manchester, aged 15, February 14. Left 1868 2 . B. Smith 

New College, Oxford, First Class, Mathematical Moderations, 1870, B.A. 1871. 
Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1871. Of King's Bench Walk, Temple. 

Babington, Augustus Gisborne, fourth son of Thomas Gisborne Babington, 
Esq., The Close, Lichfield, aged 13, January 8. Left 1866 2 . Blake 

In the Home Civil Service. Post Office Inspector. Of The Priory, Prestbury, 
Cheltenham. 

Grace, Lewis Paxton, son of John Gregory Grace, Esq., Springfield, 
Dulwich, aged 13, April 13. Left 1865 3 . Hutchinson 

Of 38, Wigmore Street, London.'W. 

Hall, William Horace, sixth son of the late Henry Hall, Esq., Barton 
Abbey, Steeple Aston, aged 13, May 6. Left 1866 1 . Hutchinson 
Cornet, 6th Dragoon Guards, 1868. 



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Stock, Thomas Osborne, son of Thomas Osborne Stock, Esq., 21. 
Torrington Square, London, aged 12, Jan. 28. LefblSGQ 1 . Moberly 
An Insurance Broker, Lloyds, B.C. 

Dymock, Henry Maclean, eldest son of Archibald Dymock, Esq., Lonth, 
Lincolnshire, aged 16, December 5. Left 1866 3 . Wilson. 

St. John's College, Cambridge, Scholar 1867, B.A., 10th in First Class, Classical 
Tripos, 1871, M.A. 1874. Assistant Master at Bedford School from 1872. Of 
Oaklands, Bedford. 

Grisewood, Henry Edward, son of Henry Grisewood, Esq., 15, Chesham 
Place, London, aged 12, August 24 Left 1868 2 . Wilson 

On the London Stock Exchange. Of 15, Chesham Place, London. 

Lambert, Isaac Cowley, fifth son of Thomas Lambert, Esq., Snrbiton Hill, 
Surrey, aged 13, December 7. Left 1868 2 . Arnold 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1873, M.A. 1876 Barrister-at-Law, Middle 
Temple, 1874. F.R.G.S. M.P. for East Islington, 1886-92. Of Little Tangley, 
Guildford. Carlton Club. 

Richardson, Jasper Myers, only son of Jasper Richardson, Esq., 
Newcastle-on-Tyne, aged 15, April 15. Left 1865 2 . Arnold 

Trinity Hall, Cambridge, B.A. 1873, M.A. 1876. Barrister-at-Law, Inner 
Temple, 1874. North-Eastern Circuit. Of Victoria Square, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

Jeayes, Charles Luke, third son of Mr. Luke Jeayes, North Street, 
Rugby, aged 10. September 13. Left 1872 2 . Town 

Exhibitioner, 1872. New College, Oxford, B.A. 1876. Vicar of Challow, Berks, 
1888-99. Vicar of Speenhamland, Newbury, from 1899. 

Cunliffe, Walter Howell, second son of the late Robert H. Cunliffe, Esq., 
care of Rev. Henry Cunliffe, Shiffnall, aged 13, September 8. 
Left 1865 2 . Hutchinson 

Gazetted to the 52nd Foot, 1869. Captain, Oxfordshire Light Infantry, 1880. 
Major, 1886. Adjutant, Auxiliary Forces, 1883-8. Retired as Lieutenant-Colonel, 
1893. Of The Shrubbery, Newbury. Naval and Military Club. 



ENTRANCES IN AUGUST, 1864. 

Inchle, Francis John, son of the late Francis Inchle, Esq., 1, Clifton 
Terrace, Rugby, aged 12, May 1. Left 1868 2 . Town 

Lister, Edward, son of Mr. Henry Lister, 21, James Street, Rugby, aged 
11, August 11. Left 1872 2 . Town 

A Surgeon at Rugby. Died 28 February, 1880. 

Lane, John, son of John Lane, Esq , Barrister at- Law, The Lawn, Rugby, 
aged 13, January 17. Left 186S 2 . Town 

Lane. George Hale, son of the above John Lane, Esq., aged 11, Nov. 12. 
Left 1866 2 - Town 

Larden, Henry Neville, son of the late Rev. George Edge Larden, 2, War- 
wick Place, Rnsrby, aged 13, June 3. Left 1868 1 . Town 

Farming in the Argentine Republic, from 1878. Of Est. Sta. Isabel, Melincue, 
Santa Fe Province, Argentine Republic. 



240 Temple, 1858-69. 



Spens, Lionel Thomas, eldest son of Capt. James Spens, Bengal Engineers, 
Rugby, aged 13, December 3. Left 1867 1 . Town 

Gazetted to the 3rd Foot, 1869. Captain, East Kent Kegiment, 1878. Major, 
1885. Adjutant, Auxiliary Forces, 1885. Retired, 1890. J.P. for Sussex. Of 
Hargate Lodge, Tunbridge Wells. Naval and Military Club. 

Wickens, Hugh James, son of ^V ice Chancellor Wickens, 46, Gloucester 
Square, London, aged 13, May 16. Left 1865 3 . Slake 

St. John's College, Cambridge. Sometime in New Zealand. Died at Lowestoft, 
13 March, 1889. 

Pier cy, John Morpott, son of the Rev. John Morpott Williams Piercy, 
Slawston Vicarage, aged 14, July 9. Left 1867 2 . Blake 

Emmanuel College, Cambridge. Gazetted to the 30th Foot, 1870. Captain, 
East Lancashire Regiment, 1881, Dorset Regiment, 1882. Adjutant, Auxiliary 
Forces, 1884. Lieutenant-Colonel, 1894. Naval and Military Club. 

Dodds, Matthew Bowser, sou of Joseph Dodds, Esq., Stockton-on-Tees, 
aged 14. June 24. Left 1868 s . Burrows 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1872, M.A. 1878. Admitted a Solicitor, 1878. 
Captain, North York Militia. Town Clerk of Stockton-on-Tees, 1883. Died, 
30 May, 1901. 

Mahony, Peirco Charles de Lacy, third son of Peirce Kenifeck Mahony, 
Esq., Shirley, Southampton, aged 14, June 9. Left 1867 2 . Burrows 

Magdalen College, Oxford, 1870. Gold Medal Cirencester Agricultural College, 

1875. M.P. for North Meath, 1886-92. Of Warren House, Baldoyle, Co. Dublin. 

Miller, Mark, son of William Miller, Esq., 23, Sussex Place. Regents 
Park, London, aged 14, February 14. Left 1865 2 . Burrows 

On the London Stock Exchange. 

Prittie, George Edward, son of Hon. George Prittie, Oakville, Clonmel, 
Tipperary, aged 15, May 4. Left 1865 3 . Burrows 

Died 18 February, 1866. 

Powell, Frederick York, eldest son of Frederick Powell, Esq., 38, 
Fenchurch Street, London , aged 14, January 1 4. Left 1866 2 . Blake 

Christ Church, Oxford, B.A., First Class, Law and Modern History, 1872. M.A. 

1876, Student 1884. Barrister -at-Law, Middle Temple, 1874. Regius Professor 
of Modern History, from 1894. Fellow of Oriel College, 1895. Hon. LL.D., 
Glasgow, 1901. Has taken the name of YORK-POWELL. Author of "Early 
England up to the Norman Conquest," and other works. Of Christ Church, 
Oxford. Savile Club. 

Scott-Elliot, William, eldest son of William Scott-Elliot, Esq., 32, Regent 
Terrace, Edinburgh, aged 15, March 24. Left 1866 2 . Blake 

In business in London and Bombay, 1872-9. A Partner in Wallace Brothers, 
from 1881. Of Arkleton, N.B., and 4, Stanley Gardens, Kensington Park, W. 

Radcliffe, Frank, son of Joshua Radclrffe, Esq., Balderstone Hall, 
Rochdale, aged 15, August 1. Left 1867 2 . Arnold 

Was in business at Rochdale. Died 21 December, 1883. 

Acland, Henry Dyke, son of Henry Wentworth Acland. M.D., afterwards 
a Baronet, Oxford, aged 13, October 14. Left 1867 3 . School 

Manager of Stamford Bank, 1878-86, and of the Worcester Old Bank, 1886-1901. 
F.G.S. Of Lamorna, Falmouth. 

Barnes. Horace Thomas, son of Thomas Barnes, Esq., Woodside, Stoke 
Bishop, aged 14, May 20. Left 1866 2 . School 



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Browne, Thirlwall Gore, son of the Lord Bishop of Ely, afterwards Lord 
Bishop of Winchester, Palace, Ely, aged 13, Oct. 29. Left 1869 2 . 

School 

Emmanuel College, Cambridge, Scholar, 1869, B.A. 1873, M.A. 1876. Vicar of 
Tilford, Surrey, 1879. Vicar of Fareham, Hants, 1885-1900. Rector of Fawley, 
Southampton, from 1900. 

Cholmondeley, Francis Grenville. eldest son of the Eev. Hon. Henry Pitt 
Cholmondeley (O.R. 1832), Addlestrop Rectory, aged 14, Mar. 23. 
Left 1869 2 . School 

Exhibitioner, 1869. Christ Church, Oxford, Student, 1869, Newdigate Prize 
Poem, 1872, B A. 1873, M.A. 1876. Fellow of All Souls College, 1874. Vicar of 
Leek Wootton, Warwick, from 1880. 

Crofts, Arthur, son of John Crofts, Esq., 3, Hillary Place, Leeds, aged 14, 
February 6. Left 1867 2 . School 

Formerly in business at Shrewsbury. 

Field, Edward, second son of Algernon Sydney Field, Esq., Leamington, 
aged 14. May 21. Left 1868 1 . School 

Wadham College, Oxford, B.A. 1872. Admitted a Solicitor, 1874. Deputy Clerk 
of the Peace for Warwickshire. Of Strathfield, Leamington. 

Hudson, Alfred Henry, eldest son of Alfred Ricketts Hudson, Esq., Wick 
House, Pershore, aged 14, August 18. Left 1869 2 . School 

Oriel College, Oxford, B.A. 1872. Admitted a Solicitor, afterwards in business 
as a Brewer. J.P. for Worcestershire. Hon. Major, 4th Worcestershire Regiment, 
1887. Of The Abbey, Pershore. 

Lushington, Thomas Godfrey Law, eldest son of the late Thomas Davies 
Lushington, Esq., North Ferriby, aged 13, July 18. Left 1870 2 . 

School 

Jesus College, Cambridge, Scholar, 1870, B.A. 1874, M.A. 1877. Vicar of Swavesey, 
St. Ives, 1884-94. Rector of Milstead, Kent, 1895-8. Vicar of Sittingbourne, 
Kent, from 1898. 

Morris, Edward Harold, son of Thomas Charles Morris, Esq., Bryn 
Myrddin, Caermarthen, aged 14, January 1. Left 1869 1 . School 
Of Bryn Myrddin, as above. 

Sidg'wick, Alfred, eldest son of Robert Hodson Sidgwick, Esq., Skipton, 
aged 14, August 21. Left 1869 2 . School 

Lincoln College, Oxford, B.A. 1873. Admitted a Solicitor, 1876. Berkeley Fellow, 
Owen's College, Manchester, 1881-6. Author of "Fallacies," 1883, and other 
Works. Of Vernon Lodge, Berrylands Road, Surbiton Hill. 

Westmacott, Edgell Edward, son of Richard Westmacott, Esq., Professor, 
B.A., Kensington Gate, aged 14, April 18. Left 1867 3 . School 
Of Widney Place, Teddington. 

Davies, James Henry, eldest son of the Rev. James Davies, Moor Court, 
Kington, aged 14, June 7. Left 1869 2 . B. Smith 

Corpus Christi College, Oxford, B.A. First Class, Natural Science, 1874, M.A. 
1877. One of H.M. Inspectors of Schools, from 1879. J.P. for Radnorshire. Of 
. Westgate House, Canterbury. 

Glinton, Charles Forster, son of Frederick Gunton, Esq., Rimmersfield, 
Chester, aged 14, June 26. Left 1864 3 . B. Smith 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1873, M.A. 1876. Vicar of Farlam, Carlisle, 
1875-99. Of Hallbankgate, Carlisle. 
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242 Temple, 1858-69. 



Harding, Marwood, son of George Harding, Esq., Padnoller House, Nether 
Stowey, aged 15, December 6. Left 1865 2 . B. Smith 

Died at Cheltenham College. 

Hussey, Ambrose Dyrieley, son of the Rev. Edward Hussey, Northfield 
House, Maidenhead, aged 14, September 17. Left 1866 3 . B. Smith 

Died in Tasmania, 1880. 

Middleton, Henry, son of George Middleton, Esq., Morton Grove, Epsom, 
aged 13, February 22. Left 1865 3 . B. Smith 

Paterson, James, fourth son of the late Robert Paterson, Esq., 1, Park 
Terrace East, Glasgow, aged 14, March 13. Left 1867 3 . B. Smith 

Formerly in a bank in Glasgow, and in Australia. Died at Brisbane, Queensland, 
March, 1901. 

Robertson, James Murray, eldest son of James Murray Robertson, Esq., 
Elm Grove, Barnes, aged 13, January 5. Left 1870 2 . B. Smith 

New College, Oxford, 1870. A Merchant at Colombo, Ceylon. 

Lean, George Stuckey, eldest son of George Stuckey Lean, Esq., 3, 
Cavendish Crescent, Bath, aged 13, Feb. 17. Left 1870 2 . B. Smith 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. 1874, M.A. 1877. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 
1877. Died 26 December, 1884. 

Walton, Henry Ernest Baskerville, second son of Thomas Todd Walton, 
Esq., Clifton, aged 14, August 27. Left 1866 1 . B. Smith 

Worcester College, Oxford, 1868. Gazetted to the 4th Dragoon Guards, 1872. 
Captain, 1879. Major, 1886. Retired, 1890. Served in the Egyptian Expedition, 
1882, at the Action at Mahuta, Capture of Mahsameh, first Action at Kassassin, 
Battle of Tel-el-Kebir, and occupation of Cairo. Medal with Clasp, and Bronze 
Star. 

Atkinson, Alatau, son of the late Thomas Witlam Atkinson, Esq., 9, 
Lilly Terrace, Hammersmith, aged 15, Nov. 16. Left 1866 1 . Moberly 

Principal of St. Alban's College, Honolulu, 1869, and subsequently Inspector of 
Schools. Editor of Hawaian Star. Minister of Education, Honolulu, Hawaian 
Islands, from 1900. 

Bayley, Henry, second son of Henry Vincent Bay ley, Esq., Judge of the 
High Court, Calcutta, aged 13, May 4. Left I870 2 . Moberly 

Trinity College, Oxford, 1870. In the Police in Bengal, and died there, about 1885. 

Hoole, Henry Lawrance, son of Henry Elliott Boole, Esq., Crookesmoor 
House, Sheffield, aged 14, January 4. Left 1866 3 . Moberly 

Parker, Harry William, son of the late Joseph Parker, Esq., Mangrove 
Hall, Hertford, aged 14, September 5. Left 1865 2 . Moberly 

Gazetted to 18th Hussars, 1867. Captain, 1876. Major, 1881. Lieutenant- 
Colonel, 1883. Colonel in the Army, 1887. Retired, 1889. Of Bedgebury House, 
Canterbury. Army and Navy Club. 

Philby, James Bridger, eldest son of Henry Adams Philby, Esq., 3, 
Fenchurch Buildings, London, aged 16, June 18. Left 1867 2 . Moberly 

Lincoln College, Oxford, B.A. 1871. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 1873 
Ordained, 1879. Vicar of Dulverton, Somerset, from 1893. 

Scott, Charles Clare, eldest son of John Scott, Esq., 3, Westbourne 
Terrace, London, aged 13, September 2. Left 1867 2 . Moberly 

King's College, London, 1867-70. Barrister-at-Law, Middle Temple, 1874. Of 3, 
Elm Court, Temple, B.C., and 43, Inverness Terrace, W. Junior Athenseum Club. 



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Spence, Michael Ramsay, son of James Knox Spence, Esq., Judicial 
Commissioner, Jubbulpoor, aged 14, Feb. 10. Left 1864 3 . Moberly 

Formerly in the 3rd Buffs. Captain, Bengal Staff Corps. Sub- Assistant 
Commissary General, 1st Class, at Peshawur, 1885. 

Twyne, William Robert, son of the Eev. William Twyne, Rayleigh 
Rectory, Essex, aged 15, December 5. Left 1866 2 . Moberly 

St. John's College, Cambridge, 1867. Drowned off the coast of Norfolk, 1868. 

Tyser, Charles Robert, son of George Dorman Tyser, Esq. ,98, Bishopsgate 
Street Within, aged 15, December 24 Left 1867 3 . Moberly 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1872, M.A. 1876. Barrister-at-Law, Inner 
Temple, 1873. District Judge at Kyrenia, Cyprus, 1895-1901. Puisne Judge of 
Supreme Court, Nicosia, Cyprus, from 1901 . Junior Universities Club. 

Sissou, John Pope, son of Robert James Sisson, Esq., Talardy, St. Asaph, 
aged 14, August 18. Left 1867 3 . Hutchinson 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1874, M.A. and LL.M. 1877. Admitted a 
Solicitor, 1874. Of 46, Belsize Road, Hampstead. Died at Perth, Western 
Australia. 

Scully, John William, son of the late Scully, Esq., Golden Cashel, 
Ireland, aged 14, August 30. Left 1867 2 . Hutchinson 

In America, 1885. Died about 1886. 

Schalch, Yerrion Ansdell, son of Vernon Hugh Schalch, Esq., Indian 
Civil Service, aged 14. September 7. Left 1866 1 . Hutchinson 

Gazetted to the 85th Foot, 1869. Captain, Bengal Staff Corps, 1881. Brevet 
Major, 1887. Lieutenant-Colonel, 1895. Colonel, 1899. Served in the Affghan 
War, 1878-80, at the Action of Ali Khel. Medal. Served in the Burmese 
Expedition, 1885-7, as Brigade-Major. Mentioned in Despatches. Medal with 
Clasp, and Brevet of Major. Hazara Expedition, 1891. Clasp. Malakand Field 
Force, 1897-98. Despatches. Also with Buner Field Force. Medal and Two 
Clasps. Despatches. Naini Tal, 1902. United Service Club. 

Sampson, Samuel Arthur, son of Samuel Sampson, Esq., Elmshurst, 
Finchley, aged 14, April 14. Left 1868 2 . Hutchinson 

Trinity College, Cambridge, LL.B. 1873. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 1875. 
Of 5, Campden Hill Gardens, W., and 11, Old Square, Lincoln's Inn. United 
University Club. 

Lomax, Charles Henry, eldest son of Thomas Lomax, Esq., 15, Clarendon 
Road, Kensington, aged 13, August 12. Left 1869 3 . Hutchinson 

Corpus Christi College, Oxford, Scholar, 1869, First Class Mathematical Modera- 
tions, 1872, B.A. First Class Final Mathematics, 1873, M.A. 1879. Barrister-at- 
Law, Inner Temple, 1876. J.P. for Suffolk. Of Sutton Haugh, Sutton, Wood- 
bridge. 

Layton, Charles Temple, son of James Lay ton, Esq., The Wilderness, 
JBaldock, Herts, aged 13, November 3. Left 1867 3 . Hutchinson 
In business in London. Of The Croft, Mitcham, Surrey. 

Jones, Christopher Neild, second son of Col. Inigo William Jones, Kelston 
Park, Bath, aged 13, August 2. Left 1866 3 . Hutchinson 

Formerly Captain, 94th Regiment. Volunteered for service with the Royal Irish 
Regiment, and was killed at Tel-el-Kebir, 13 September, 1882. 

Jones, Ralph William, third son of the above Col. Inigo William Jones, 
aged 13, August 2. Left 1864 3 . Hutchinson 

Sometime Lieutenant, R.N. Afterwards at Cambridge, B.A. 1885. Ordained 
1886. Rector of Tatterford, Fakenham, Norfolk, from 1891. 



244 Temple, 1858-69. 



Hutchinson, William Henry Heap, son of William Henry Heap Hutchinson, 
Esq., Cottingham, Hull, aged 14, Oct 31. Left 1866 3 . Hutchinsnn 
A Shipowner at Hull. Of Cottingham, Hull. 

Hare, Thomas George, third son of Hon. Robert Hare, Ballymore, Queens- 
town, Ireland, aged 13, September 1. Left 1868 2 . Hutchinson 

Christ Church, Oxford, 1868. Master of the Duhallow Hounds, 1877. Of Tyrrels- 
town, Mulhuddart, Co. Dublin. 

Giberne, Edgar, son of George Giberne, Esq., Epsom, Surrey, aged 14, 
June 24. Left 1868 2 . Hutchinson 

An Artist. Died, September, 1889. 

Poster, Henry Du Ret, seventh son of Richard Foster, Esq., The Castle, 
Lostwithiel, aged 14, July 24. Left 1868 2 . Hutchinson 

Trinity College, Cambridge, 1868. A Bank Director in Cornwall. J.P. for Corn- 
wall. Of Treledan, Bodmin. 

Fletcher, Keddey Ray, second son of Thomas Keddey Fletcher, Esq., 
Rolls Park, Chigwell, aged 14, Jan. 10. Left 1868 2 . Hntchinson 

New College, Oxford, B.A. 1873. Admitted a Solicitor, 1877. Of 9, Fenchurch 
Street, London, E.G. New Universities Club, St. James Street. 

Boyd, Robert Fen wick, son of Edward Fen wick Boyd, Esq., Moor House, 
Durham, aged 13, August 8. Left 1869 2 . ' Hutchinson 

A Mining Engineer. Died, 1 January, 1892. 

Huth, Alfred Henry, son of Henry Huth, Esq., 30, Princes Gate, London, 
aged 14, January 14. Left 1866 3 . Wilson 

London University, 1867, and afterwards Berlin University, Treasurer of the 
Roxburghe Club. Author of " Goethe's Faustus," and other Works. Of 58, Rut- 
land Gate, London, S.W. Athenaeum Club. 

Rothera, Charles Lambert, eldest son of George Bell Rothera, Esq., Upper 
Talbot Street, Nottingham, aged 14, May 10. Left 1866 3 . Wilson 

London University, B.A. 1871. Admitted a Solicitor, 1875. Practising at 
Nottingham. Coroner of that City, from 1891. 

Sadler, Ralph Stanley, son of the late Richard Sadler, Esq., Sutton Cold- 
field, aged 14, October 15. Left 1867 2 . Wilson 
Pembroke College, Cambridge. In South America. 

Jacomb, Charles William, son of Charles Jacomb, Esq., Springfield, Upper 
Clapton, aged 13, November 25. Left 1866 2 . Hutchinson 

Of 23, Stanley Crescent, London, W. 

Millington, John Alexander Murray, son of the late John Millington, Esq., 
North Street, Rugby, aged 14, January 31. Left 1868 2 . Town 
Farming in New South Wales. Address 63, Pitt Street, Sydney, N.S.W. 

Gilbert, Charles Robert son of the late Charles Gilbert, Esq., C.E., Oxford, 
and Rugby, aged 13, July 12. Left 1870 2 . Town 

Christ's CoUege, Cambridge, Scholar 1870. B.A., 9th Wrangler, 1874, M.A. 
Headmaster of Weymouth College, 1879 85, and of King Henry VIII. School, 
Coventry, from 1890. Domestic Chaplain to Lord Leigh, from 1891. 

Nicholson, Herbert Ismay, son of John Ismay Nicholson, Esq., Thornton 
House, Clapham Park, aged 13, Oct. 18. Left 1868 2 . Townand School 
Formerly a Tea Merchant. Of 304, London Road, Dover. 



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ENTRANCES IN OCTOBER, 1864. 

Gretton, George Le Mesnrier, only son of the late George Mussel Gretton, 
Esq., Rugby, aged 14, September 4. Left 1867 1 . Town 

Barrister-at-Law, Middle Temple, 1876. Formerly practising at Melbourne, 
Australia, 1877-83. Major, 3rd Battalion, Leicestershire Regiment. 1901. Served 
in the Boer War, 1900. Of 49, Drayton Gardens, London, S.W. 

Kerans, Frederick Harold, second son of the late Lyons Kerans, Esq., 
Rugby, aged 15, June 24. Left 1865 2 . Town 

Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1874. Midland Circuit. M.P. for Lincoln, 
1886-92. Died 17 April, 1894. 

Kerans, Percy George, son of the above Lyons Kerans, Esq., aged 12, 
May 30. Left 1868 s . Town 

Captain, Bengal Staff Corps. Assistant Cantonment Magistrate at Jullundur, 
1882. Died in England, 12 August, 1883. 

Rickards, Alan William Low, son of Colonel Rickards, Rugby, aged 13, 
July 10. Left 1868 1 . Town 

Gazetted to the 1st Foot, 1871. Captain, Royal Scots, 1881. Adjutant, Auxiliary 
Forces, 1883-88. Major, 1891. Retired, 1895. Naval and Military Club. 

Lane, Henry Alexander, eldest son of Major Henry Lane, Bengal Cavalry, 
Bex Hill, Hastings, aged 14, October 16. Left 1866 3 . Arnold 

Worcester College, Oxford, 1869. Of Broadoak, Bexhill, Sussex. Piccadilly Club. 

Tower, Brownlow Richard Christopher, second son of Christopher Tower, 
Esq., Huntsmoor Park, Uxbridge, aged 13, Mar. 31. Left 1868 2 . 

Arnold 

Christ Church, Oxford, B.A. 1873. Agent to Earl Brownlow. Of Ellesmere 
House, Salop. Carlton Club. 

Robertson, Murray, son of John Robertson, Esq., D.C.L., South Row, 
Blackheath, aged 14, June 23. Left 1866 s . Arnold 

Rouquette, Henry Seymour, second son of Henry Philip Rouquette, Esq., 
Marsh Street, Westminster, aged 15, Mar. 11. Left 1866 2 . Wilson 
Of Langley, Sevenoaks. 

Hurst, Edward Hamilton, second son of Nicholas Edward Hurst, Esq., 
Higham Grange, Hinckley, aged 13, Oct. 25. Left 1867 2 . Wilson 

Exeter College, Oxford, B.A. 1874. Ordained, 1886. Sometime a Coffee Planter 
in Ceylon. Rector of Odell, Bedford, 1890-3. Of Glen Lyon, 31, Central Hill, 
Upper Norwood. 

BarlOW, Norman, son of the late Edward Barlow, Esq., 99, Piccadilly, 
London, aged 14, May 31. Left 1864 3 . . Wilson 

Rowden, Aldred William, eldest son of the Rev. George Croke Rowden, 
Oak Lawn, Weybridge, aged 15, March 16. Left 1868 2 . B. Smith 

Exhibitioner, 1868. Balliol College, Oxford, 1868. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's 
Inn, 1874. Of 2, New Square, Lincoln's Inn, London, W.C. 

Backhouse, Jonathan Edmund, son of Edmund Backhouse, Esq., Middleton 
Lodge, Richmond, Yorkshire, aged 14, Nov 15. Left I867 3 . B.Smith 

Trinity Hall, Cambridge, 1868. A Banker at Darlington. J.F. and D.L. for 
North Riding of Yorkshire. Created a Baronet, 1901. Of The Rookery, 
Richmond, Yorkshire. 



246 Temple, 1858-69. 



Hailstone, Samuel, son of the Rev. John Hailstone, Anglesea Abbey, 
Cambridge, aged 13, July 24. Left 1867 2 . Hutchinson 

Caius College, Cambridge, B.A. 1872, M.A. 1876. Curate of St. Saviour's, 
Cheetham, from 1879. Of 8, Button Street, Cheetham, Manchester. 

Torr, John Harold, second son of John Torr, Esq., Carlett Park, Eastham, 
Cheshire, aged 14, December 28 Leffc 1866 1 . Moberly 

Lieutenant, 4th King's Own Regiment. Retired. Died at Crieff, 19 January, 
1875. 

Bennitt, Joseph, son of William Bennitt, Esq., Stourton Hall, Stourbridge, 
aged 15, July 17. Left 1864 3 . Burrows 

Lupton, Sydney, fourth son of Darnton Lupton, Esq., The Harehills, 
Leeds, aged 14, January 3. Left 1868*. Blake 

Christ Church, Oxford, Student 1868, B.A., First Class, Natural Science, 1871. 
M.A. 1875. Assistant Master at Harrow, 1876-84. Of J, Audley Mansions, 44. 
Mount Street, London, W. 

Barker, Frederick, fourth son of John Barker, Esq., Broughton Lodge, 
Newton-in-Cartmel, aged 14, June 13. Left 1867 3 . Blake 

Barrister-at-Law, Middle Temple, 1872. Of Longlands, Grange-over-Sands, 
Carnforth. 

Powell, William Peter, son of William James Powell, Esq., Seabank, 
Egremont, Cheshire, aged 14, March 6. Left 1866 1 . Blake 

An Engineer. Died at Newcastle-on-Tyne, 27 July, 1899. 

Fletcher, Walter, son of John Fletcher, Esq., Clifton House, Manchester, 
aged 14. December 19. Left 1867 3 . Blake 

Of The Hollins, Bolton, Manchester. 

Beevor, Oliver, fifth son of Sir Thomas Beevor, Bart., Great Yarmouth, 
aged 15, May 23. Left 1867 2 . Burrows 

Pembroke College, Cambridge, 1867. Barrister-at-Law. Died, 20 Nov., 1874. 

Crenshaw, William Graves, eldest son of William Graves Crenshaw, Esq., 
Phoenix Chambers, Liverpool, aged 15, Nov. 14. Left 1867 3 . 

Moberly 
A Merchant in New York. Of 130, Pearl Street, New York. 

ENTRANCES IN FEBRUARY, 1865. 

Williams, Mountcharles, son of Benjamin Bacon Williams, Esq., Maida 
Hill, London, aged 14, July 10. Left 1866 2 . B. Smith 

Formerly in the 12th Lancers. 

Barnwell, Frederick Lewis, second son of the Rev. Edward Lowry Barn- 
well, Ruth in, aged 16, January 10. Left 1868 2 . B. Smith 

Exhibitioner. 1868. Magdalen College, Oxford, Demy, 1868, B.A. 1873. In Holy 
Orders. Assistant Master at Marlborough, 1874. Died, 22 January, 1875. 

Kough, William Edward, son of Thomas William Kough, Esq , Eastmore 
Cottage, Reigate, aged U, July 6. Left 1869 2 . B. Smith 

Trinity Hall, Cambridge, 1869. Died at College, March, 1871. 

Bonham-Carter, John, eldest son of John Bonham-Carter. Esq., Adhurst 
St. Mary, Petersfield, aged 13, January 5. Left 1870 2 . B. Smith 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 43rd Wrangler, 1874, M.A. 1881. In business 
as a Brewer at Portsmouth. J.P. and D.L. for Hants. Of Adhurst St. Mary. 
Athenaum Club. 



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Gibson, Robert, only son of Robert Henry Gibson, Bsq.,9, Lowther Street, 
Whitehaven, aged 14, April 25. Left 1867 3 . B. Smith 

Queen's College, Oxford, 1869. 

Pycroft, Francis, son of Thomas Pycroft, Esq., afterwards K.U.S.I., Madras, 
aged 14, April 26. Left 1865 2 . B. Smith 

Living near London, 1902. 

Chippendall, John Theodore, eldest son of the Rev. John Chippendall, 
(O.K. 1839), St. Luke Rectory, Cheetham Hill, Manchester, aged 
14, March 23. Left 1868 2 . Hutchinson 

University College, Oxford, B.A. 1873, M.A. 1876. Vicar of St. Peter's, Coventry, 
from 1897. 

Wilson, Darcy Bruce, second son of John Wilson, Esq., (O.K. 1820), 
Seacroft Hall, Leeds, aged 13, June 17. Left 1870 s . Hutchinson 

Exhibitioner, 1870. Balliol College, Oxford , First Class, Classical Moderations, 
1872, B.A. 1875, M.A. 1877. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1877. North- 
Eastern Circuit. J.P. for West Riding. Captain, Yorkshire Hussars Yeomanry, 
from 1898. Of Seacroft Hall, near Leeds 

Sidebotham, Charles Edmund, son of Edmund Clegg. Sidebotham, Esq., 
OldTrafford, Manchester, aged 14, June 22. Left 18b'8 2 . Hutchinson 
Died October, 1878. 

Agnew, George William, son of William Agnew, Esq., afterwards Baronet, 
Hope Fields, Eccles, Manchester, aged 13, Jnnuary 19. Left 
1870 2 . Hutchinson 

rit. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1874, M.A. 1879. J.P. for Lancashire. Of 
102, Lancaster Gate, London, W. Devonshire Club. 

Muir, Churles Wemyss, fourth son of Sir William Muir, K.C.S.I , 
Calcutta, aged 14, April 12. 'Left 1869 1 . Hutchinson 

Bengal Staff Corps. C.I.E., 1887. C.B., 26 June, 1902. Colonel, commanding 
the 17th Bengal Cavalry, Punjab, India, 1902. 

Fairbairn, William Murray, only son of William Andrew Fairbairn, Esq., 
13, Kensington Gardens Square, London, aged 14, November 21. 
Left 1865 2 . Hutchinson 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1871. Vicar of Abbotsbury, Dorchester, 1884-92. 
Rector of Loxbeare, Tiverton, Devon, from 1892. 

Bealey, Frederick Arthur, son of Richard Bealey, Esq., Radcliffe Close, 
Manchester, aged 14, May 1. Left 1865 2 . Hutchinson 

Steward, George Ernest, fifth son of Samuel Steward, Esq., 23, Connaught 
Square, London, aged 15, April 26. Left 1867 2 . Arnold 

Lincoln College, Oxford, B.A. 1871, M.A. 1876. A Solicitor, Lincoln's Inn Fields 
Died 1898. 

Jex-Blake, Francis William, second son of William Lubbock Jex-Blake, 
Esq., Swanton Abbots, Norwich, aged 14, Dec. 8. Left 1868 2 . 

Arnold 

Caius College, Cambridge, B.A. 1872, M.A. 1877. Formerly Curate of Cranwich 
and Didlington, Brandon. Of Swanton Abbots, Norwich. 

Marshall, William Cecil, son of Henry Cowper Marshall, Esq., Weetwood 
Hall, Leeds, aged 15, April 29. Left 1867 3 . Arnold 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1872, M.A. 1875. An Architect. Of 1, Torring- 
ton Street, London. 



248 . Temple, 1868-69. 



Buckland, Philip Arnold, son of Charles Thomas Buckland, Esq., Dacca, 
Bengal, aged 13. July 30. Left 1869 2 . Arnold 

Gazetted to the 83rd Foot. 1872. Captain, Bengal Staff Corps, 1884. Major, 1892. 
Lieutenant-Colonel, 1898. Superintendent of Army Clothing, Bengal, 1901. 
Served in the Affghan War, 1879-80, present at capture of the Peiwar Kotul. 
Medal and Clasp. East India United Service Club. 

Allen. Wilfred Baugh, second son of George Baugh Allen, Esq., 3, Albert 
Terrace, Regents Park, aged 15, November 14. Left 1867 2 . Arnold 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B A. 1873. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1882. 
South-Bastern Circuit. Of 4, Paper Buildings, Temple, London, E.G. 

Bloxam, Frank Richard Turner, eldest son of Richard Bloxam, Esq., 
Rltham Court, Eltham, Kent, aged 14. Dec. 23. Left 1867 3 . Arnold 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1874. Of 25, Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, W.C., and 12, 
Gordon Eoad, Baling, W. 

Riley, Hamlet, younger son of the late James Riley, Esq., Brearley House, 
Luddenden Foot, Manchester, aged 14, January 29. Left 
1870 1 . Burrows 

Trinity College, Cambridge, LL.B. 1874. J.P. and D.L. for Cumberland. Of 
Ennim, Penrith. Junior Carlton Club. 

Phayre, Robert, son of Lieutenant-Colonel, afterwards Sir Robert Phayre, 
G C.B., Rombay, aged 12 June 10 Left 1870 1 . Rurrows 

Indian Civil Service. Assistant Commissioner in British Burmah, 1884. 
Killed by Dacoits in Burmah, 8 June, 1886. A tablet to his memory was erected 
by his school-fellows in the School Chapel. 

Knubley, Edward Ponsonby, son of the Rev. Miles Knubley, St. Mary's, 
Reccles, aged 14. April 21. Left 1867 2 . Burrows 

Magdalene College, Cambridge, B.A. 1873, M.A 1876. Rector of Staveley, Leeds, 
1878-97. Vicar of Steeple Ashton, Trowbridge, Wilts, from 1897. 

Cavafy, Pantely, son of the late Demetrio Cavafy, 22, Bond Street, 
Manchester, aged 14, May 21. Left 1867 1 Burrows 

A Merchant in Manchester. Of 22, Bond Street, Manchester. 

Lucy, Walter Arthur, son of William Charles Lucy, Esq., Claremont 
House, Gloucester, aged 13, July 3. Left 1868 s . Burrows 

In business at Gloucester. Of Haresfield, Gloucester. 

Mawdsley, William Henry, son of William Mawdsley, Esq., Moorfield, 
Bolton-le Moors, aged 13, April 29. Left 1868 2 . Burrows 

Formerly a Solicitor at Bolton-le-Moors. 

Hedley, Edward, son of Oswald Dodd Hedley, Esq., 3, Vernon Square, 
Ryde, Isle of Wight, aged 14, February 2. Left 1865 1 . Burrows 

Trevelyan, Ernest John, son of Colonel Henry Willoughby Trevelyan, 
C B , London, aged 14, December 7. Left 1867 2 . Burrows 

Barrister-at-Law, Middle Temple, 1873. A Judge of the High Court at Calcutta, 
1885-98. Vice-Chancellor of Calcutta University, 1897-8. Reader in Indian Law 
to the University of Oxford, 1902. Of Crossways, Woodstock Road, Oxford. 

ftoupell, George Charles Kynastoii Pigott, son of Thomas Bohun Roupell, 
Esq. . Kingsbridge, Reading, aged 15. June 16. Left 1867 2 . Burrows 

Christ Church, Oxford. 1868. Gazetted to the 15th Foot, 1869. Captain, East 

tlu 



York Regiment, 1879. Brigade-Major, Bombay, 1884-5. Served in the Affghan 
War, 1879-80. Medal. Retired, 1889. Of Hurst Cottage, Twyford, Berks. 



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Stevenson, William Edgar, eldest son of Joseph Gurtridge Stevenson, Esq., 
Elm Grove, Han well, aged 13, May 2. Left 1870 2 . Blake 

St. John's College, Oxford, Scholar, 1870, B.A. 1873. Migrated to Trinity CoUege, 
Dublin. 

Erskine, Lestocque Robert, son of Claude James Erskine, Esq., 30, Devon- 
shire Place, London, aged 13, September 6. Left 1867 1 . Blake 
On the London Stock Exchange. Of Bookham, Leatherhead, Surrey. 

Penrose, John, only son of the Rev. John Penrose, Exmouth, aged 14, 
May5. Leftl868 3 . Blake 

Christ Church, Oxford, B.A. 1873, M.A. 18SO. Vicar of West Ashton, Trowbridge, 
Wilts, from 1890. 

Reynolds, Arthur Sutherland, son of Henry Revel Reynolds, Esq., 51, 
Upper Harley Street. London, aged 14, Nov. 17. Left 1869*. Blake 

Gazetted to the 31st Foot, 1871. Captain, East Surrey Eegiment, 1881. Served 
in the Zulu War, 1879, with the Native Courier Corps. Medal with Clasp. Retired 
as Captain, 1884. Of Hollowdene, Lyndhurst, Hants. 

Scott, Alfred, second son of John Scott, Esq., 58, Cannon Street West, 
London, aged 15, January 7. Left 1869 1 . Wilson 

Balliol College, Oxford, B.A. 1873, M.A. 1875. Vicar of St. Mary, Paddington, 
18841900. Of Oak Bank, Wetheral, Carlisle. 

Longstaff, George Blundell, second son of George Dixon LongstafE, Esq., 
M.D., Wands worth, aged 15, February 12. Left 1868 1 . Wilson 

New College, Oxford, Scholar, 1868, B.A. 1871, First Class Natural Science, 1872, 
B.Med. and M.A. 1876, D.Med. 1891, F.R.C.P. 1888. J.P. for London. Of High- 
lands, Putney Heath, London, S.W. 

Aylmer, Henry Leycester, son of Thomas Brabazon Aylmer, Esq., Weston- 
super-Mare, aged 15, February 21. Left 1866 1 . Wilson 

Gazetted to the 103rd Foot, 1869. Captain, 16th Lancers, 1880. Adjutant, 
Auxiliary Forces, 1882-7. Major, 1890. Lieutenant-Colonel, 1896. Retired, 1896. 
Served in the Ashanti War, 1873-4, at the capture of Coomassie. Medal with 
Clasp. Naval and Military Club. 

Peake, Henry William, second son of the Rev. James Room Peake, Whit- 
church, Salop, aged 14, April 10. Left 1869 2 . Wilson 

Corpus Christi College, Oxford, B.A. 1875, M.A. 1881. Master of a Preparatory 
School, at Woodcote, Bournemouth. 

Francis, Charles King, second son of Frederick Francis, Esq., Warley 
Place, Brent wood, Essex, aged 14, Feb. 3. Left 1869 3 . Wilson 

Brasenose College, Oxford, B.A. 1873. University Eleven. Barrister-at-Law, 
Inner Temple, 1876. A Metropolitan Police Magistrate, from 1897. Of 7, Gran- 
ville Place, London, W. 

Sharp, Thomas Budworth, son of Thomas B. Sharp, Esq., Lowfields, 
Hooton, Cheshire, aged 14, March 6. Left 1866 3 . Wilson 

A Civil Engineer. Practising at Birmingham, 1902. 

Symonds. Horatio Percy, only son of Frederick Symonds, Esq., Beaumont 
Street, Oxford, aged 14, April 15. Left 1866 3 . Wilson 

M.R.C.S. F.R.C.S. Edinburgh. Surgeon to the Radcliffe Infirmary. Of 35, 
Beaumont Street, Oxford. 

Fetherstonhaugh, John David, second son of Richard Fetherstonhaugh, 
Esq., Kockview, Killucan, Westmeath, aged 14, Feb. 20. Left 
1866 3 . Wilson 

Lieutenant-Colonel, Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, 1894. Of Rockview 
House, Co. Westmeath. Army and Navy Club. 

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Roberton, Alexander Gordon Hamilton, son of Colonel Roberton, 2, 
Fowes Street, Edinburgh, aged 15, July 27. Left 1866 2 . Molerly 

Prichard, Illtyd Molim, son of Illtudus Thomas Prichard, Esq. (O.R. 1843), 
Clifton, aged 14, August 3. Left 1868 1 . Moberly 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1873. Of 13, Queen Street, Cheapside, London, E.G. 

Eaden, John Frederick, son of John Eaden, Esq., Newnham, Cambridge, 
aged 1 5, October 8. Left 1868 2 . Moberly 

Trinity College, Cajnbridge, LL.B. 1872, LL.M. 1875. Admitted ajtolicitpr, 1875. 
by Court, and DJ 
ford, Cambridge. 



Registrar of the County Court, and District Registrar of the High Court of 
Justice. Of Little Shelf 01 ' 



Morgan, Charles Frederick, son of Paul Frederick Morgan, Esq., 43, 
Norfolk Square, London, aged 14, Aug. 7. Left 1866 3 . Moberly 

Formerly in the llth Regiment. Afterwards Captain, Royal London Militia. 

Miles, Henry Stewart, third son of John Miles, Esq., Friern Barnet, 
Whetstone, Middlesex, aged 13, May 8. Left 1869 3 . Moberly 

Pembroke College, Oxford, B.A. 1873, M.A. 1877. Vicar of All Saints, Friern 
Barnet, from 1883. 

Baltazzi, Alexander, son of the late Theodore Baltazzi, Esq., 7, Clarges 
Street, London, aged 14, May 17. Left 1866 2 . Moberly 

Resident at Constantinople. Won the Derby with " Kisber," 1876. 

Peel, Edmund, fifth son of the late William Peel, Esq., Swinton Park, 
Pendlebury, Manchester, aged 15, Feb. 7. Left 1869 2 . Blake 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1872, M.A. 1876. Vicar of Lancing, Worthing, 
Sussex, from 1883. 

Fisher, William Thomas, son of Mr. Benjamin H olden Fisher, 21, Lawford 
Road, Rugby, aged 12, April 12. Left 1871 2 . Town 

Of 33, Clifton Road, Rugby. 

Stuart, Arthur Edward, son of the late Rev. William Stuart, Hillmorton 
Road, Rugby, aged 14, December 21. Left 1868 3 . Town 

Of Shenley House, Headcorn, Ashford, Kent. Died, 7 September, 1893. 

Reader, Frank William, son of Major William Reader, 43, Bilton Road, 
Rugby, aged 12, July 8. Left 1869 2 . Town 

Lieutenant-Colonel, 17th Leicestershire Regiment. Served in the Affghan War, 
1878-9, and present at the storming of Peiwar Kotal. Medal and Clasp Died at 
Pietermaritzburg, 10 November, 1898. 

Champneys, Charles Thornton, son of the late Rev. Charles John 
Champneys, Rugby, aged 15, May 6. Left 1867 2 . Town 

Wyley, William Fitzthomas, son of John Wyley, Esq., Walton House, 
Rugby, aged 12, June 12. Left 1866 2 . Town 

Elizabeth College, Guernsey, 1867. In business at Coventry since 1870. Colonel 
commanding 2nd Volunteer Battalion Royal Warwickshire Regiment. Of The 
Charter House, Coventry. Junior Carlton Club. 

Incllle, Eustace Henry, son of the late Francis John Inchle, Esq., 1, Clifton 
Terrace, Rugby, aged 11, December 20. Left 1869 2 . Town 

Nevins, Arthur Penrose Birkbeck, son of Penrose Nevins, Esq., Australia, 
aged 10, May 19. Left 1866 1 . Town 



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Maule. Henry Compton, son of John Compton Maule, Esq., Newport 
Pagnell, aged 14, October 6. Left 1865 3 . B. Smith 

J.P. for Oxfordshire. Of Horley House, Banbury. 

Goodwin, George Gonville, son of the Very Rev. Dr. Harvey Goodwin, 
Dean of Ely, afterwards Lord Bishop of Carlisle, aged 13, Sept. 
18. Left 1868 s . School 

Caius College, Cambridge, B.A. 1874, M.A. 1877. Vicar of Crosthwaite, Keswick, 
1879. Died of fever at Keswick, March, 1879. 

Paine, Edgar James, son of Thomas Paine, Esq ., afterwards Knight, 9, 
Albert Road, Regents Park, aged 13, April 7. Left 1869 3 . School 
Formerly a Solicitor. Of 47, Gresham House, Old Broad Street, London, B.C. 

Yates, Alfred, son of William Yates, Esq., Green Mount House, Harpurhey, 
Manchester, aged 12, April 8. School 

Died at School, March, 1865. 

Nevill, Francis Richard, son of Richard Nevill, Esq., Felin Foel, Llanelly, 
aged 14, March 24. Left 1866*. School 

J.P. for Carmarthenshire. Of Felin Foel, Llanelly. 

Shirley, Walter Shirley, eldest son of William Edward Shirley, Esq., 
Regent's Terrace, Doncaster, aged 13, Oct. 17. Left 1870 3 . School 

Balliol College, Oxford, B.A. 1875, M.A. 1878. Barrister-at-Bar, Inner Temple, 
1876. M.P. for the Doncaster Division of Yorkshire, 1885. Died in London, 
1 May, 1888. 

Westfeldt, Gustaf Reinhold, son of George Gustaf Westfeldt, Esq., Harvey 
Villa, Leamington, aged 13, March 6. Left 1870 2 . School 

A Merchant in America. P.O. Box 601, New Orleans, U.S.A. 

ENTRANCES IN APRIL, 1865. 

Walker, Joseph Robert, son of Zaccheus Walker, Esq., -Soho Hill, Hands- 
worth, aged 14. October 22. Left 1869 2 . Arnold 
Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1876, M.A. 1879. In business at Birmingham. 

Smyth, Edward Guy Selby, son of Colonel Edward Selby Smyth, after- 
wards K.C.M.G., Dublin, aged 13, May 14. Lefb 1865 3 . Arnold 

Gazetted to the Royal Irish Rifles, 1870. Captain, 1881. Major, 1889. Lieutenant- 
Colonel, 1895. Retired, 1896. J.P. for Middlesex. Of Darby House, Sunbury- 
on-Thames. Naval and Military Club. 

Sharp, William, son of William Prior Sharp, Esq., 47, Richmond Grove, 
Longsighfc. Manchester, aged 14, January 18. Left 1867 3 . Arnold 
In business in Manchester. 

Ridley, Holt Waring, son of Major John Henry Ellis Ridley, Pau, France, 
aged 14, September 16. ' Left 1867 2 . Arnold 

Agent to Sir C. Forster, Bart. Of Broughton, Longdon, Rugeley, Staffs. 

Cobham, Herbert James, son of the late Thomas Cobham, Esq., Combe 
Raleigh, Honiton, aged 14, August 19. Left 1868 3 . Burrows 

Died at Belleville, near Buenos Ayres, 1 August, 1885. 

Shore, John Henry, only son of John Henry Shore, Esq , Whatley House, 
Frome, Somerset, aged 13, April 27. Left 1867 2 . B. Smith 

Exeter College, Oxford, B.A. 1874. J.P. for Somerset. Of Whatley House, 
Frome. 



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Sneyd-Kynnersley, Charles Walter, fifth son of Thomas Clement Sneyd- 
Kynnersley, Esq., (O.R. 1813), Moor Green, Birmingham, aged 15, 
September 21. Left 1868 2 . Blake 

Straits Settlements Cadetship, Civil Service, 1872. Magistrate in Straits Settle- 
ments, Singapore, 1890-97. Resident Councillor at Penang, from 1897. C.M.G. 1899. 

Bailey, Henry, son of Henry Bailey, Esq., Gerwyn Faun, Wrexham, aged 
14, June 11. Left 1867 1 . Blake 

Formerly in the 29th Foot. Died in the Isle of Wight, 1896. 

Stuart-Wortley, Charles Beilby, second son of the Right Hon. James 
Stuart- Wortley, East Sheen, aged 13, Sept. 15. Left 1870 3 . Blake 

Exhibitioner, 1870. Balliol College, Oxford, B.A. 1875, M.A. 1878. Barrister- 
at-Law, Inner Temple, 1876. Q.C. 1892. M.P. for Sheffield, 1880-5, and for the 
Hallam Division, from 1885. Under Secretary of State for the Home Department, 
1885-6. A Church Estates Commissioner, from 1895. P.O. 1896. Of 7, Cheyne 
Walk, Chelsea. Carlton Club. 

Stephen, Alexander Condie, youngest son of Oscar Leslie Stephen, Esq., 
Bardon Hall, Leicestershire, aged 14, July 21. Left 1866 2 . 

Hutchiuson 

K.C.M.G., 1894. C.B. F.R.G.S. Various diplomatic appointments, 1877-87. 
Charg4 d' Affaires at Coburg, 1893-7. Minister Resident at Dresden and Coburg, 
from 1897. Of 84, Cadogan Square, London, S.W. Marlborough Club. 

Helps, Clement Stackhouse, son of Richard Helps, Esq., 2, Barton Street, 
Gloucester, aged 14, February 13. Left 1867 3 . Wilson 

Formerly a Solicitor, of 48, Bedford Row, London, W.C. 

Beresford, Gilbert Edward, son of the Rev. Gilbert Beresford, Hoby 
Rectory, Leicester, aged 14, January 11. Left 1865 3 . Wilson 

Died at Hoby. 

Holliday, Frank, son of William Holliday, Esq., Chad Valley, Edgbaston, 
Birmingham, aged 15, January 6. Left 1866 3 . Wilson 

Of Westbourne Road, Edgbaston. 

Nicolson, Arthur, second son of Sir Frederick William Erskine Nicolson, 
Bart., 15, William Street, Lowndes Square, London, aged 15, 
September 19. Left 1868 1 . Wilson 

Brasenose College, Oxford, 1868. Secretary of Legation at Teheran, 1885-8. 
K C.I.E. 1888. Secretary of Embassy at Constantinople, 1893-4. Envoy Extra- 
ordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary in Morocco, from 1895. Succeeded his 
father as llth Baronet, 1899. Of The British Legation, Tangier. 

ENTRANCES IN AUGUST, 1865. 

Holden, Francis Shuttleworth, son of Edward Anthony Holden, Esq., 
Alton Hall, Derby, aged 13, April 1. Left 1870 2 . Blake 

Assumed the name of REKDALL. Of Brigmerston House, Amesbury, Wilts. 

Allison, William, only son of the late John Pick Allison, Esq., South 
Kilvington, Thirsk, aged 14, April 30. Left 1870 2 . Blake 

Exhibitioner, 1870. Balliol College, Oxford, 1870, First Class in Law, 1874. 
Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1877. Formerly Editor of the St Sttphen'i 
Eevitw. 

Douglas, Frederick Molesworth Sholto, second son of Henry Sholto 
Douglas, Esq., Claybrooke Hall, Lutterworth, aged 14, August 24. 
GS 1 . Blake 

Formerly Assistant Engineer, Public Works Department, Bengal. Died 1885. 



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Lawrence, John Robert, eldest son of the late John Lawrence, Esq., 
Hemingford Grey, St. Ives, aged 14. March 23. Left 1870 3 . Blake 

Christ Church, Oxford, B.A. 1874, M.A. 1877. Chaplain to Rugby Boys Club, 
Netting Hill, 1893. Vicar of Abbotsley, St. Neots, from 1901. 

Garrett, Samuel, third son of Newson Garrett, Esq., Aldeburgb, Suffolk, 
aged 14, November 20. Left 1869 2 . Moberly 

Exhibitioner, 1869. St. Peter's College, Cambridge, Scholar 1869, B.A., 8th in 
First Class, Classical Tripos, 1873, Fellow 1874, Le Bas Prize Essay, 1874, M.A. 
1876. Admitted a Solicitor, 1876. Of 13, Nottingham Place, London, W., and 
Gower House, Aldeburgh, Suffolk. Oxford and Cambridge Club. 

Mills, Robert Fenwick, son of Mansfield Poster Mills, Esq., Duckmanton 
Lodge, Chesterfield, aged 14, August 5. Left 1867 2 . Moberly 

Of Kingsworthy, Birmingham. 

Martin, George, son of George Martin, Esq., Kelton, Aigburth, Liverpool, 
aged 14, September 19. Left 1866 s . Moberly 

Strange, Arthur, son of William Strange, Esq., Aldermaston, Reading, 
aged 13. May 1. Left 1867 3 . Moberly 

Of Aldermaston, 1902. 

Undershell, Montague William Wootten, eldest son of William Wootten 
Undershell, Esq., Headington House, Oxford, aged 12, February 
18. Left 1871 3 . Moberly 

Christ Church, Oxford, 1872. Assumed the name of WOOTTEN, 1868. A Banker 
at Oxford. Of Cross Ways, Oxford. 

Moberly, Lewis Edward, son of William Moberly, Esq., 28, Great 
Winchester Street, London, aged 14, Jan. 20. Left 1868 1 . Moberly 
Agent for Messrs. Ransome and Sons, in Moscow. 

Macaulay, Colin Aulay, eldest son of the late Colin Campbell Macaulay, 
Esq.. (O.R. 1810), Leicester, aged 14, Mar. 29. Left 1868 2 . Wilson 

Balliol College, Oxford, 1870. Died at Turin, May, 1873. 

Dudgeon, Robert Francis, eldest son of Patrick Dudgeon, Esq., Cargen, 
Dumfries, aged 13, September 23. Left 1870 2 . Wilson 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1874, M.A. 1877. J.P. and D.L. for Kirk- 
cudbrightshire. Lieutenant-Colonel, 3rd Volunteer Battalion, King's Own 
Scottish Borderers. Of Cargen, Dumfries, N.B. 

Badger, Henry Walter, son of the late Henry Parkin Badger, Esq., High 
Street, Rotherham, aged 15, January 9. Left 1868 2 . Wilson 

Trinity Hall, Cambridge, B.A. 1872. Admitted a Solicitor, 1874. Practising at 
York and Pocklington. 

Heath, Robert, second son of Robert Heath, Esq , The Brampton, 

Newcastle, Staffs, aged 14, January 16. Left 1868 3 . Wilson 

An Iron and Coal Master. J.P. for Staffordshire. Of Biddulph Grange, Congleton . 

Forster, Anthony Yarwood, son of Anthony Forster, Esq., Craigside, 
Grasmere, aged 15, September 1. Left 1868 3 . Wilson 

Died in Australia. 

Smythies, Frank Borthwick, son of Frank Smythies, Esq., Head Street, 
Colchester, aged 13, September 11. Left 1867 1 . Wilson 

Of 25, Stonor Eoad, West Kensington, London, W. 



254 Temple, 1858-69. 



Collingridge, Herbert, son of Frederick Collingridge, Esq., Mazeppapore, 
aged 14, August 24. Left 1869 3 . Burrows 

An Indigo Planter at Dondpore, Mozuffapore, India. 

Perfect, William Mosley, second son of the late William Mosley Perfect, 
Esq., Pontefract, aged 15, December 20. Left 1867 2 . Burrows 

Lincoln College, Oxford, 1869. Of Longcliffe Hall, Settle. Changed his name to 
DAWSON, 1879. Died at sea, 26 April, 1900. 

Morris, Robertson Francis, son of Thomas Morris, Esq., Abbotsfield 
House, Tavistock, aged 15, August 4. Left 1868 2 . Burrows 

Is dead. 

Baynes, James Pilkington, sixth son of John Baynes. Esq., Claremont 
Hall, Blackburn, aged 13, April 28. Left 1868*. Burrows 

St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1876, M.A. 1880. Vicar of Hulme Walfield, 
1878-84, of All Saints, Princes Park, Liverpool, 1884. Of 7, Princes Park Terrace, 
Liverpool. 

Pike, Thomas Mayer, eldest son of John William Pike, Esq., Westport, 
Wareham, aged 13, December 25. Left 1871 s . Burrows 

St. John's College, Oxford, B.A. and M.A. 1882. Has a shooting at Veere, near 
Walcheren, Holland, where he resides. 

Phillips, William Eeginald, son of William Phillips, Esq., Clifton, Bristol, 
aged 15, August 21. Left 1866 1 . Burrows 

Of Witston House, Newport, Monmouthshire. 

Thomson, James Frederick Alison, eldest son of James Thomson, Esq., 
8, Norfolk Square, London, aged 14, Mar. 26. Left 1868 3 . Burrows 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. 1876, M.A. 1879. Formerly a Schoolmaster at 
Leamington. 

Hannen, James Chitty, eldest son of James Hannen, Esq., afterwards a 
Lord of Appeal, aged 14, March 10. Left 1870 2 . Burrows 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. 1875. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1876. 
Registrar of Divorce Court, since 1886. Of 207, Gloucester Terrace, London, W. 

Attree, Frederick William Town, son of the late Rev. Francis Town 
Attree, Bilton Road, Rugby, aged 12, April 6. Left 1869 1 . Town 

Went to Cheltenham College, 1869. Gazetted to the Royal Engineers, 1873. 
Captain, 1885. Major, 1892. Lieutenant-Colonel, 1900. Served in the Affghan 
War, 1878-9. Medal. F.S.A. United Service Club. 

Campbell) Edward Parker, eldest son of Lieutenant-Colonel Duncan 
Campbell, Southall, Greenock, N.B., aged 14, July 16. Left 
18682. Arnold 

Captain, late of the 42nd Royal Highlanders, The Black Watch. Retired, 1892. 
Served in the Egyptian War, 1882, and present at Tel-el-Kebir. Medal with Clasp; 

Macmillan, Henry, son of John Macmillan, Esq., Newton Stewart, 
Wigtonshire, aged 15. July 17. Left 1868 3 . B. Smith 

Formerly a Merchant in Barbadoes. Afterwards Lloyds' Agent at New York, 
where he died, September, 1894. 

Anstey, Edgar Olifant, son of George Alexander Anstey, Esq., 5, Little 
Street, London, aged 14, March 28. Left 1867 2 . " B. Smith 

Lieutenant, 24th Regiment. Served in tti Zulu War, and was killed at 
Isandula, 22 January, 1879. 



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Cross, William, eldest son of William Assheton Cross, Esq , (O.K. 1831), 
Redscar, Preston, aged 14, November 27. Left 1865 3 . B. Smith 
A Civil Engineer. Of Red Scar, Preston. 

Gallwey, Henry Lionel, son of Sir William Payne Gallwey, Barb., 
Thirkeldy Park, Thirsk, aged 14, July 7. Left 1868 J . B. Smith 
Died of malarial fever at Demerara, 1891. 

Money, Mosley Sapte, son of Wigram Elliot Money, Esq., iSheepstead 
House, Abingdon, aged 147 November 25. Left 1867 s . B. Smith 

Died before 1886. 

Prevost, Edward William, son of Major Thomas William Prevost, Stanwix 
House, Carlisle, aged 13, September 4. Left 1868 2 . B. Smith 

Ph.D. and A.M. Heidelberg, 1872. Sometime Professor of Chemistry at the 
Agricxiltural College, Cirencester. Captain, 1st Gloucestershire Volunteer 
Artillery. Of Weston-under-Penyard, Ross-on-Wye. 

Ferrier, James Walter, second son of the late Professor James Frederick 
Ferrier, Edinburgh, aged 15, June 8. Left 1867*. B. Smith 

Died, September, 1883. 

Momes-Stirling, John Morries, eldest son of the late John Davies 
Monies-Stirling, Esq., 9, Eaton Place, London, aged 14, Mar. 12. 
LeftlSGT 1 . Wilson 

University College, Oxford, 1871. Of Gogar House, Blairlogie, Stirling, and 
22, South Eaton Place, London, W. 

Armitage, Alfred, eldest son of Edward Armitage, Esq., Edgerton Hill, 
Huddersfield, aged 14, August 11. Left 1867 s . Hutchinson 

A Manufacturer at Huddersfield. J.P. Of Edgerton Hill, as above. Junior 
Athenaeum Club. 

Collin, Turner, son of Joseph Thomas Collin, Esq., Saffron Walden, Essex, 
aged 13, August 7. Left 1870 1 . Hutchinson 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1874, M.A. 1877. Admitted a Solicitor, 1877. 
Practising at Saffron Walden, Essex. 

Eddis, Eden Herbert, son of Eden Upton Eddis, Esq., 57, Harley Street, 
London, aged 14, April 10. Left 1868 s . Hutchinson 

Trinity College, Cambridge. A Tea Planter in Assam. 

Johnson, Robert Henry, son of Thomas Johnson, Esq., Tarn worth House, 
Burnage, Withington, aged 14, Feb. 12. Left 1866 s . Hutchinson 
Formerly in the 64th Foot. Died, 1881. 

M'Ewen, Alan Ualveley, son of William M'Wwen, Esq., 17, Nicholas Street, 
Chester, aged 14, September 21. Left 1867 2 . Hutchinson 

Edinburgh University, 1867. L B.C.S. Practised at Chester. Died 25 
December, 1885. 

Marshall, George, son of Murray Marshall, Esq., Godalming, Surrey, 
aged 15, March 31. Left 1866 2 . Hutchinson 

Sometime in business at Godalming. Middlesex Yeomanry. Served in the Zulu 
War, 1879, in command of Marshall's Horse. Medal and Clasp. After the first 
Boer War settled in Natal till 1900. Of Broadwater, Godalming. 

Morris, Alfred William Johnson, younger son of William Morris, Esq., 
The Lodge, Halifax, aged 13, October 11. Left 1868 1 . Hutchinson 
King's College, London, 1868-70. Of The Lodge, Halifax. 



256 Temple, 2858-69. 



Richardson, William John, son of Thomas Richardson, The Fryerage, 
Kirklevington, Yarm. Yorkshire, aged 13. January 24. Left 
1^70 2 . Hutchinson 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1873. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1877. 
North-Eastern Circuit. Of Kirklevington, Yarm. Oxford and Cambridge 
Club. 

Warrington, Thomas Rolls, son of Thomas Warrington, Esq., 17, Orchard 
Street, London, aged 14, May 29. Left 1869 2 . Hutchinson 

Trinity College, Cambridge, Scholar 1872, B.A. 1873, M.A. 1876. Barrister-at-Law, 
Lincoln's Inn, 1875. Q.C. 1895. Of 7, New Court, Carey Street, London, W.C., 
and 10, Montagu Square, W. 

Chapman, Abel, son of Thomas Edward Chapman, Esq., Silksworth Hall, 
Sunderland, aged 13, October 4. Left 1869 3 . Arnold and Burrows 

In business in Sunderland, 1871-97. P.Z.S. and British Ornithologists' Union. 
Author of " Wild Spain," " Wild Norway," and other sporting works Of South 
Bailey, Durham, and Houxty, Wark-on-Tyne. 

Carr, John, son of John Carr, Esq , Chief Justice of Sierra Leone, Black- 
heath, aged 15, February, 19. Left 1866 2 . Arnold 

Champneys, Thomas Henry Walpole, son of the late Rev. Charles John 
Champneys, Rugby, aged 15, August 3. Left 1867 2 . Town 

Coppock, William Henry, son of Mr. John Coppock, 3, Albert Street, 
Rugby, aged 12, June 11. Left 1869 3 . Town 

Died in America, about 1896. 

Watkins, William, son of the late William Watkins, Esq., 43, Pennington 
Street, Rugby, aged 15, November 30. Left 1868 s . Town 

Thornber, John Fraser Poynder, son of the late John Thornber, Esq., 
14, Moreton Terrace, Rugby, aged 13, Sept. 16. Left 1870 s . Town 

Formerly in New Zealand. A Schoolmaster. Of 57, Brunswick Road, Brighton. 

Wanton, Henry Grasette, third son of the late Rev. Joseph Atherton 

Wauton, Rugby, aged 12, April 7. Left 1872 3 . Town 

Christ Church, Oxford, Student, 1872, B.A. 1876. Died in California, 24 July, 1888. 

Dnndas, Edward Mordaunt Ralph, son of Capt. Edward Thomas Dundas, 
Rugby, aged 14, December 1. Left 1867 s . Town 

Residing in London, 1902. 

Lester, John Moore, eldest son of the late Gen. Frederick Parkinson Lester, 
Rugby, aged 13, September 4. Left 1870 1 . Town 

University College, Oxford, B.A. 1873, M.A. 1877. Vicar of Stony Stratford, 
1880-84. Incumbent of Holy Trinity, Ayr, 1884-90. Vicar of Shifnal, 1890-99, and 
of St. John's, Woolwich, from 1899. Of Hazelwood, Shooter's Hill, London, S.E. 

Ormerod, Edward Stanley, third son of the Yen. Thomas Johnson Ormerod, 
Archdeacon of Suffolk, Redenhall, Norfolk, aged 13, January 28. 
Left 1869 2 . School 

Admitted a Solicitor. Afterwards a Tea Planter in Assam. Secretary to the 
Liberal Unionist Association, 1890. 

Brnce, Alfred Crawford, son of the Rev. William Bruce, St. Nicholas 
Rectory, Cardiff, aged 13, November 23. Left 1867 3 . School 

Gazetted to the Royal Engineers, 1871. Captain, 1883. Major, 1889. Lieutenant- 
Colonel, 1897. Retired, 1898. Served in the Affghan War, 1878-80. Mentioned 
in despatches. Medal. Of Colwall, Stoke Bishop, Bristol. United Service Club. 



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Crowdy, Edward Percy, younger son of George Frederick Crowdy, Esq., 
Faringdon, Berks, aged 15, April 6. Left 1867*. School 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1873. Practised at Faringdon, Berks. Major, retired, 
Berkshire Yeomanry, 1890. Of The Grove, Faringdon, Berks. Badminton Club. 

Barkworth, Harold Arthur Sandbach, son of Harold Barkworth, Esq., 
Beverley, aged 13, August 9. Left 1869 3 . School 

Gazetted to the 1st West India Regiment, 1876. Captain, Northampton 
Regiment, 1886. Major, Border Regiment, 1897. Brigade-Major, Aldershot, 1900. 

Thorneycroft, James Baird, second son of Thomas Thorneycroft, Esq., 
Tettenhall Towers, Wolverhampton, aged 14, March 19. 
Left 1867*. School 

Of Hill House, Ayrshire. 

Baylis, Thomas Erskine, third son of Thomas Henry Baylis, Esq., Q.O., 2, 
Paper Buildings, Temple, aged 14, April 5. Left 1867 3 . School 

Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1874. Major, 5th Battalion Duke of Cambridge's 
Own, Middlesex Regiment. Of Ingleglen, Farnham Royal, Slough. Junior 
United Service Club. 

Masterman, Nevil, second son of Mrs. Masterman, Basset Down House, 
Swindon, and the late Rev. Thomas Masterman, aged 13, January 
13. Left 1870 2 . School 

Exhibitioner, 1870. Corpus Christi College, Oxford, Scholar 1870, First Class, 
Classical Moderations. 1872, B.A , First Class, Modern History, 1874, M.A. 1878. 
Assistant Master at Marlborough, 1875-9, and at Clifton College, 1879-81. Hon. 
Secretary to London Charity Organization Society, from 1881. Of Burleigh, 
Cliftonville, Dorking. 

Vccqueray, Gerald Cokayne, eldest son of John William Joseph Vecqueray, 
Esq., Rugby, aged 13, September 29. Left 1870 2 . School 

University College, Oxford, B A. 1874, M.A. 1882. Vicar of All Saints, Coventry, 
from 1879. 

Arnold, Edward Penrose, son of the late William Delafield Arnold, Esq., 
(O.R. 1839), Burley-in-Wharfedale, aged 14, August 29. Left 
1867 2 . School 

J.P. and D.L. for West Riding of Yorkshire. Assumed the additional name of 
FOKSTEK. Of Cathedine, Burley -in- Wharf edale, Yorks. Athenaeum Club. 

ENTRANCES IN OCTOBER, 1865. 

Beuttler, Thomas Breame, son of the Rev. John George Beuttler, Moreton 
Terrace, Rugby, aged 12, April 29. Left 1872 2 . Town 

Exhibitioner, 1872. Queen's College, Cambridge, Scholar 1872, B.A. 1876. 
Formerly Master of the High School, Perth, Western Australia. Superintendent 
of Feltham Industrial School, Feltham, Middlesex. 

Beuttler, James Oakley, son of the above Rev. John George Beuttler, 
aged 10, March 27. Left 1874 2 . Town 

Queen's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1878, M.A. 1881. Formerly Headmaster of the 
County School, Wellington, Somerset. Of The Bungalow, Coutancheyz, Guernsey. 

Cleminshaw, Thomas Stanley, son of Charles Graham Cleminshaw, Esq., 
1, North Street. Rugby, aged 14, March 10. Left 1867 1 . Town 
Died at Colombo, 18 March, 1899. 

FitzGerald, Henry Martin Yesey, son of William Yesey FitzGerald, Esq., 
Rugby, aged 13, April 1. Left 1870 2 . Town 

Formerly farming in Manitoba, 1880-91. Of Long Hall, Stockton, Salisbury. 
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258 Temple, 1858-69. 

Rickards, Cyril Henry, son of Colonel Rickards, South Field, Rugby, 
aged 11, January 11. Left 1869 1 . Town 

Went to Cheltenham College, 1869. Gazetted to the Royal Artillery, 1873. 
Retired as Major, 1892. 

Richards, Sydney, son of Mr. John Richards, Chnrchover, aged 10, 
July 2. Left 1867 2 . Town 

In business in London. Of 52, Lanercost Road, Tulse Hill Park, London, S.W. 

Burton, Herbert Campbell, son of John Moulden Burton, Esq., Lee Park 
Lodge, Blnckheath, aged 13, May 12. Left 1870 1 . B Smith 

M.R C.S. Practising at Blackheath. Of Lee Park Lodge, Lee Park, S.E. 

Harrison, Caskie, son of Samuel J. Harrison, Esq., Virginia, United 
States, aged !6, October 24 Left 1867 1 . Moberly 

Trinity College, Cambridge. Sometime Professor in Tennessee University, 
U.S.A. Author of Translations from Horace. Master of a School at Brooklyn, 
New York. 

Hollingbery, Edmund Arthur, only son of Robert Hibly Hollingbery, 
Esq., Calcutta, aged 14, May 2. Left 1869 2 . Moberly 

St. John's College, Oxford, 1875. 

Hone, Joseph, son of the late Joseph Hone, Esq., 35, Lower Leeson Street, 
Dublin, aged 15. March 28. Left 1867 2 . Burrows 

Trinity College, Dublin. 

O'Connell, William Bligh Henry, son of Capt. William Bligh O'Coimell, 
The Grange, Stroud, aged 13, January 26. Left 1868 3 . Burrows 

Barratt, Walter Edward, son of James Barratt, Ksq., Castle Villa, Higher 
Broughton, Manchester, aged 15, August 13. Left 1868 2 . Blake 

A Student of Lincoln's Inn, 1870. In business in Manchester. Of Linley Hall, 
Bishop's Castle, Salop. 

Warner, William, third son of William Warner, Esq., Poplar Terrace, 
Wolverhampton. aged 14, August 3. Left 1870 2 . Blake 

Exhibitioner, 1870. Balliol College, Oxford, Exhibitioner, 1870, B A. First 
Class, Final Classics, 1874, M A. 1877. Senior Student of Christ Church, 1874. 
Tutor, 1877. Censor, 1887-92. Ordained, 1877. Of Christ Church, Oxford. 

Mills, Thomas Richard, son of Thomas Richard Mills. Esq., Mount Rad- 
ford, Exeter, aged 14, October 18. Left 186S 3 . Blake 

Gazetted to the 14th Foot, 1872. Retired as Captain. 

Anderson, John Coussmaker, second son of Col. William Coussmaker 
Anderson, Bombay Army, aged 14, Sept. 9. Left 1870 2 . Hutchinson 

Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1875. Practising before the High Court at 
Calcutta. 

Eddis, William Kearns, son of William Upton Eddis, Esq., India, aged 14, 
February 1. Left 1867 2 . Hutchinson 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1871. Practised in Calcutta, 1871-1900. Solicitor to the 
Government of India, 1895-1900. Major Commanding Calcutta Light Horse, 
1893-1900. Practising in London, from 1900. Of 43, Queen Victoria Street, 
London, B.C. 

Betts-Chapman, Arthur Stanley, son of the late Thomas Edward Betts, 
Esq., Heathside, Weybridge, aged 15, Jan. 23. Left 1867 s . 

Hutchinson 

Formerly in India. 



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Philpot, Frederick Freeman, son of John Philpot, Esq., Lyme Regis, 
Dorset, aged 14, June 8. Left 1867 a . Arnold 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1874. Of 12, Bedford Bow, London, W.C. 

Allen, Harry Read, son of George Allen, Esq., St. Stephen Street. Nor- 
wich, aged 15, July 8. Left 1866 3 . Arnold 
A Solicitor at Halesworth. Drowned while bathing at Southwold, July, 1883. 

De Bunsen, Moritz William Ernest, eldest son of Ernest De Bunsen, Esq., 
Abbey Lodge, Regents Park, aged 13, Jan. 8. Left 1870 2 . Arnold 

Christ Church, Oxford, B.A. 1874, M.A. 1877. In the Diplomatic Service. 
Secretary of Legation at Tokio, 1891. Charge d' Affaires in Siam, 1894-6. Secre- 
tary to Embassy at Constantinople, 1897. 

Bourne, Alfred Allinson, son of William Bourne, Esq., Oakfield, Ather- 
stone, aged 17, April 16. Left 1867 2 . Wilson 

St. John's College, Cambridge, Scholar, 1867, B.A. 17th Wrangler, and 2nd 
Class, Classical Tripos, 1871, M.A. 1874. Assistant Master at Rossall School, 
1871-80. Headmaster of the Military College, Cowley, Oxford, 1880. Assistant 
Master at Cheltenham College, from 1889. Of Southwood House, Cheltenham. 

Campbell, Robert Macgregor, second son of the late Charles Campbell, 
Esq., Mel rose, Guernsey, aged 13, Sept. 11. Left 187 1 2 . Wilson 

University College. Oxford, B.A. 1877, M.A. 1878. Sometime a Coffee Planter 
in Ceylon. Union Club. 

Lodge, Theophilus Burnand, son of Robert John Lodge, Esq., The Grove, 

Eighgate, aged 14, January 21. Left 1869 2 . Wilson 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1875. F.R.G.S. Of 2, New Court, Carey Street, London, W.C. 

Rouquette, Herman Edward, third son of Henry Philip Rouquette, Esq., 
Walthamstow, aged 15, April 17. Left 1867 3 . Wilson 

Formerly H.B.M. Vice-Consul, Lofoden Islands. Engaged in the Zulu and 
Basuto Campaigns. In South Africa, 1902. 

Sutdiffe, William, son of Charles Sutcliffe, Esq., Brunshaw, Burnley, 
aged 14, May 20. Left 1868 1 . Wilson 

ENTRANCES IN JANUARY, 1866. 

Lawe, John Drink water, son of the lute Robert Lawe, Esq., East Beach, 
Lytham, aged 14, November 17. Leftl871 2 . Burrows 

Trinity College, Cambridge, LL.B. 1875. Died 1888. 

Macmillan, Michael, fourth son of John Macmillan, Esq., Newton Stewart, 
Wigtonshire, aged 13, January 23. Left 1867 2 . B. Smith 

Brasenose College, Oxford, First Class, Classical Moderations, 1873, B.A. 1876. 
Professor of Logic and Moral Philosphy at Elphinstoue College, Bombay, from 
1883. Author of " Tales of Indian Chivalry," and other works. 

Sim, George Hamilton, son of Alexander Sim, Esq., Heathfield, Wands- 
worth, aged 13, November 19. Left 1869 3 . Blake 

Gazetted to the Royal Engineers, 1872. Captain, 1884. Major, 1892. Lieutenant- 
Colonel, 1899. Served in the Affghan War, 1878-80. Medal. Served in the 
Soudan, 1885, at Suakim. Medal and Clasp. Commanding Royal Engineers, 
5th Infantry Division, South African Field Force, 1899-1901. Present at Spion 
Kop. C.B.1901. 

Isherwood, Francis William, third son of Richard Isherwood, Esq., 13, 
Elvaston Place, London, aged 14, Oct. 16. Left 1870 2 . Hutchinson 
Brasenose College, Oxford, 1870. Died at Southsea, 30 April, 1888. 



260 Temple, 1858-69. 



Campbell, Frederick William, son of Colonel Frederick Alexander 
Campbell, Woolwich, aged 14, September 2. Left 1867 3 . School 

Gazetted to the Royal Artillery, 1871. Captain, 1881. Major, 1887. Served in 
the Affghan War, 1880, Medal. Died at Dornel, Kashmir, 22 May, 1892. 

Anstice, William, fifth son of John Anstice, Esq , Madeley Wood, 
Shropshire, aged 12, April 2. Left 1872 a . Blake 

Corpus Christi College, Oxford, 1872. 

Selous, Frederick Courtenay, son of Frederick Selous, Esq., 42, Gloucester 
Koad, Regents Park, aged 14, December 31. Left 1868 2 . Wilson 

An Explorer and Hunter in South Africa, from 1871-1890. Visited Matabeleland 
in 1872, and travelled continuously from that time over the whole of South 
Central Africa, elephant hunting and collecting specimens of Natural History. 
Acted as guide to the Pioneer Expedition to Mashonaland, 1890, and took part in 
the first Matabele War, 1893. Awarded the Gold Medal of the Royal Geographical 
Society, 1893, having previously received the Cuthbert Peek Grant, and the Back 
Grant. Author of " Sunshine and Storm in Rhodesia," and other works of travel 
and sport. Of Alpine Lodge, Worplesden, Surrey. 

Bailward, William Amyas, third son of John Bailward, Esq., Horsiiigton, 
Wincanton, aged 13, June 11. Left 1871 2 . B. Smith 

Exhibitioner, 1871. Balliol College, Oxford, B.A. 1876, M.A. 1879. Barrister-at- 
Law, Inner Temple, 1884. Of 1, Princes Mansions, London, S. W. New University 
Club. 

Soutliam, Frederick Armitage, second son of George Southam, Esq., 
Oakfield, Pendleton, Manchester, aged 15, May 17. Left 1869 s . 

Mdberly 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. First Class, Natural Science, 1873. B.Med. and 
M.A. 1877. F.R.C.S. Of 13, St. John Street, Manchester. 

Godsal, William Charles, second son of Philip William Godsal, Esq., Iscoyd 
Park, Shropshire, aged 14, November 5. Left 1868 3 . Blake 

Passed 5th into Woolwich, 1872. Gazetted to the Royal Engineers, 1872. Captain, 
1884. Instructor in Fortification, Royal Military College, 1883-88. Retired, 1889. 
Served in the Egyptian Campaign, 1882. Medal and Bronze Star. 

Tagart, Charles Ongley, eldest son of Francis Tagart, Esq., 31, Craven 
Hill Gardens, London, aged 13, June 2. Left 1869 1 . School 

A Merchant in London. 35, Palace Court, Bayswater Hill, W. Reform Club. 

Campbell, Colin George, second son of Colin George Campbell, Esq., 
Stonefield, Tarbert, Argyllshire, aged 13, May 26. Left 1871 1 . 

School 

Balliol College, Oxford, B.A. 1875, M.A. 1879. In the India Office. Assistant 
Secretary, Political Department, from 1897. Of 43, Lower Belgrave Street, 
London, S.W : New University Club. 

Chappell, Edward, son of William Chappell, Esq., 30, Upper Barley Street, 
London, aged 14, May 20. Left 1869 2 . Burrows 

In business in London. Of 51, Chester Square, London, W. 

Kilner, Francis Charles, only son of the Rev. James Maze Kilner, Chester 
Castle, Chester, aged 14, June 26. Left 1867 2 . Hutchinson 

Keble College, Oxford, B.A. 1873, M.A. 1877. Vicar of Potternewton, Leed, 
1881-92, and of Bingley, Yorks, from 1892. Archdeacon of Craven, from 1896. 

G-wyer, Samuel Keate, third son of Samuel Keate Gwyer, Esq., St. Peters- 
burg, aged 15, December 5. Left 1869 3 . Hutchinaon 

Brasenose College, Oxford, 1869. Died, 1885. 



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Maude, William, son of Thomas James Maude, Esq., H ill mor ton Road, 
Rugby, aged 12, March 28. Left 1870*. Town 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1875. Of Granville Mansions, Arundel Street, London. 

Romilly, George, third son of Charles Romilly, Esq., 29, Wilton Orescent, 
London, aged 13, August 30. Left 1870 s . Moberly 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1875. A Tea Planter in India. 

Gilpin, William Bernard, son of Bernard Gilpin, Ksq., The Limes, Caunock, 
Stafford, aged 14, February 1. Left 1868 3 . Arnold 

A Journalist in New York, U.S.A., 1902. 

Heatley, Frederick James Garland, son of Richard Davis Heatley, Esq., 
(Jrix, Hatfield Peverell, Essex, aged 14, July 25. Left 1866 3 . Blake 

Mining in South America, since 1880. 

Miller, John Frederick, fourth son of William Miller, Esq., 23, Sussex 
Place, Regents Park, aged 13, February 13. Left 1870 1 . Burrows 
Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. 1876. A Solicitor in London. Died, 1900. 

Tobin, Henry Murray, son of James Aspinall Tobin, Esq., (O.R. 1832), 
Eastham House, Cheshire, aged 14, Sept. 18. Left 1870 1 . Blake 

Indian Civil Service, 1871. Died in India, 1883. 

Peele, Charles John Brandram, son of John Brandram Peele, Esq., 
Richmond Hill, Surrey, aged 14, October 16. Left 1868 s . Arnold 

Died at Childowen Hall, Cherbury, 1896. 

Garnett-Botfield, Alfred Stanton, second son of the Rev. William Bishton 
Garnett-Botfield, Decker Bill, Shifnal, Salop, aged 15, Sept. 25. 
Left 1868 3 . Wilson 

Brasenose College, Oxford, B.A. 1873, M.A. 1884. A Solicitor at Manchester 
Died 1890. 

Dllgdale, John Marshall, eldest son of John Dugdale, Esq., 9, .Hyde Park 
Gardens, London aged 14, October 15. Left 1869 3 . Blake 

Brasenose College, Oxford, B A. 1873. Barristej-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1875. 
J.P. and D.L. for Montgomeryshire. High Sheriff, 1896. Major, Montgomery- 
shire Yeomanry, 1889-92. Of Llwyn, Llanfyllin, Oswestry. Oxford and 
Cambridge Club. 

Lushington, Arthur James, second son of the late Thomas Da vies 
Lushington, Esq., North Ferriby, Yorks, aged 13, December 6. 
Left 18 70 8 . School 

Jesus College, Cambridge. Gazetted to tho 19th Hussars, 1874. Captain, Dorset 
Regiment, 1884. Major, 1893. Commandant and Staff Officer at Assiorit on the 
Nile, 1889. Of Laddingford Croft, Yalding, Kent. Naval and Military Club. 

Sartoris, Algernon Charles Frederick, second son of Edward John Sartoris, 
Esq., Warneford Park, Hants, aged 14, Aug. 1. Leftl867 3 . Arnold 

Son of Adelaide Kemble. Married a daughter of General Grant, President, 
U.8.A. Died at Capri, 1893. 

Boyson, James Lepard, son of Ambrose Boyson, Esq., Elm House, 
Clapham Common, aged 14, March 4. Left 1868 1 . B. Smith 

Resident in Channel Islands. 

Maclean, Donald Frederick, son of John George Maclean, Esq., 130, West- 
bourne Terrace, London, aged 13, October 15. Left 1868 3 . Arnold 

Formerly Captain, Royal East Middlesex Militia. Of 130, Westbourn* Terrace, 
Hyde Park, W. 



262 Temple, 1858-69. 



Thornton, Augustus Vansittart, second son of the Rev. Francis V 
Thornton (O.R. 1830), Southill, Oallington, aged 14, 



Francis Vansittart 
_ June 6 

Left 1868 s . Hutchinson 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1873, M.A. 1879. Rector of St. Mellion, Truro, 
1876-85. Rector of Roche, Cornwall, from 1885. 

Lane, Charles Pelham, eldest son of Thomas Lane, Esq., Moundsley Hall, 
Birmingham, aged 14, September 25. Left 1870 3 . Moberly 

University College, Oxford, B.A. 1874, M.A. 1877. J.P. and D.L. for Worcester- 
shire. J.P. for Warwickshire. Of Mouudsley Hall, Kings Norton, Worcestershire. 

Welsh, William, son of Anthony Welsh, Esq., Hilston House, Bowdon, 
Cheshire, aged 14, July 7. Left 1868 1 . Hutchinson 

Of Bifrons, Fleet, Hants. 

Sandars, Horace William, son of Thomas Collett Sandars, Esq., (O.R. 1836), 
Southgate, aged 14, January 26. Left 1869 2 . School 

Of 10, H. Queen Anne's Mansions, London, S.W. 

Westfeldt, Philip Otto Bamsay, son of George Gustaf Westfeldt, Esq., 
Leamington, aged 13, October 31. Left 1871 1 . School 

Formerly of Rugby Grange, North Carolina, U.S.A. Died, 1889. 

Sidgwick, Christopher, son of Robert Hodgson Sidgwick, Esq., The 
Raikes, Skipton, aged 13, April 4. Left 1869 1 . School 

A Coffee Planter in Ceylon. 

Hoare, Thomas, son of Thomas Rolls Hoare, Esq , Marlow House, Kings- 
ton -oil-Thames, aged 14, March 14. Left 1868 3 . Arnold 

Of 49, Ennismore Gardens, London, S.W. 

Bush, Thomas Cromwell, eldest son of the Rev. Paul Bush, Duloe, 
Liskeard, aged 14, April 8. Left 1869 s . B. Smith 

Hertford College, Oxford, B.A. 1876, M.A. 1882. Became the representative of 
the family of Oliver Cromwell, The Protector, on the death of his mother, 1893. 
Of Cheshunt Place, Herts. Rector of Hornblotton, (with Alford), Somerset 
from 1896. 

Walker, Alfred Caldecote, son of George Henry Walker, Esq., (O.R. 1830), 
Newbold Grange, Rugby, aged 14, April 18. Left 1870 2 . Moberly 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1877. Practised in Bombay till 1897. Of Melford, 
Leamington. 

Teimant, John Robert, eldest son of Robert Tennant, Esq., Scartoft Lodge, 
Leeds, aged 14, September 13. Left 186k 2 . Wilson 

Christ Church, Oxford, 1869. Formerly Captain, 2nd West York Militia Of 
Scartoft Lodge, Shadwell, Leeds. 

Wheler, Charles Stuart, son of General Sir Francis Wheler, Bart-., (O.R. 
1810), Leamington, aged 14 August 25. Left 1867 3 . School 

Gazetted to the 13th Hussars, 1871. Captain, Indian Staff Corps, 1884. Major 
1892. Lieutenant-Colonel, 1897. Served in the Egyptian Campaign, 1882 Action 
of Tel-el-Kebir. Medal and Khedive's Star. In the Tirah Campaign. Medal. 
Commanding 6th Bengal Cavalry at Nowgong, Central India, 1902. 

Nugent, Alfred Frederick, eldest son of Captain John Venables Nugent, 
Rugby, aged 13, June 19. Left 1866 3 . Town 

Non-Collegiate Student, Oxford, 1877. Emigrated to Minnesota, U.S.A. 



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Montgomery, Basil Templer, son of Sir Graham Montgomery, Bart., 
Stobo Castle, N.B., aged 13, March 1. Left 1869 2 . B. Smith 

Formerly in the 71st Foot, and 60th Rifles. Of Stanbridge Hall. Romsey, Hants. 
White's Club. 

Townsend, Charles Edward Sutton, second son of William Townsend. 
Esq., Clifton, Rugby., aged 12, March 25. Left 1867 2 . Town 

Went to Cooper's Hill College, but his health broke down, and he has been long 
a hopeless invalid. 

Elwell, Robert Reginald, second son of the Rev. William Edward El well, 
Danntsey Rectory, Wilts, aged 14, Sept. 12. Left 1866 1 . Wilson 

. Oriel College, Oxford, 1871. Admitted a Solicitor, 1877. Of Highworth, Wilts. 

Flower, Henry Vincent, son of the late Henry Vincent Flower, Esq., 
Scarrington. Notts, aged 14, November 12. Left 1868 3 . Wilson 
Of Scarrington, Wharton, Notts. 

Jones, Herbert Pryce. son of John Pryce Jones, Esq., Greenfields, Shrews- 
bury, aged 14, February 10. 'Left 1868 3 . School 

Janion, Richard Garnett, second son of Joseph Janion, Esq., Alderley 
Edge, aged 12, April 7. Left 1871 2 . Moberly 

New College, Oxford, B.A. 1875, M.A. 1878. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 
1877. Northern Circuit. Of 9, Old Square, Lincoln's Inn. 

Phillips, William, second son of Mr. Henry Phillips, High Street, tingby, 
aged 11, August, 20. Left 1872 2 . Town, 

Locomotive and Carriage Department, Great Western Railway. Of 10, Waterloo 
Road South, Wolverhampton. 

Staniland, Meaburn. third son of Meabnrn Staniland. Esq., Harrington 
Hall, Spilsby, aged 13, May 21. Left 1866 3 . Moberly 

F.G.S. Associate, Royal School of Mines. J.P. for Lincolnshire. Of Old Hall, 
Langton, Spilsby. Reform Club. 

Leslie, John Edward Cranston, eldest son of Col. John Thomas Leslie. O.B., 
St. Leonards-on Sea, aged 13, Feb. 18. Left 1870 2 . B. Smith 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1876. J.P. for the County of Middlesex. Of The Green, 
Southgate. Conservative Club. 

Foster, George Jones, son of the late James Percival Foster, Esq., Wood- 
house, Stourport, aged 14, January 13. Left 1866 1 . B. Smith 

Littledale, Clement St. George Royds, son of the late Thomas Littledale, 
(O.R. 1830), Liverpool, aged 14, December 8. Left 1866 2 . B. Smith 
F.R G.S. Of Wick Hill House, Bracknell, Berks. 

Beasley, Charles Henry, son of Mr. Charles Beasley, St Matthew's School, 
Rugby, aged 10, January 24. Left 1867 s . Town 

Sometime employed by the L. and N.-W. Railway Company. Died at Buenos 
Ayres, Argentine Republic, 20 October, 1901. 

Hands, Joseph Thomas, son of Mr. Thomas Hands, Sheep Street, Rugby, 
aged 13, November 3. Left 1866 3 . Town 

In business in Sheep Street, Rugby. 

Hands, Charles Henry, son of the above Mr. Thomas Hands, aged 12, 
January 22. Left 1868 3 . Town 

In business in Sheep Street, Rugby. Died 11 April. 1900. 



264 Temple, 1858-69. 



Forster, John Charles, son of Mr. Charles Forster, 14, Lawford Koad, 
Rugby, aged 10, November 29. Left 1870 3 . Town 

Of 20, Railway Terrace, Rugby. 

Bickliain, Ernest Arthur, son of Spencer Henry Bickham, Esq., Gorsefield, 
Bowdon, Cheshire, aged 14, August 24 Left 1866 1 . Hutchinson 

Currie, Frederick Reeve, son of the Rev. Frederick Larkins Curriei 
afterwards Baronet, (O.R. 1836), Bright Waltham, Wantage, 
Berks, aged 14, May 13. Left 1868 2 . Town 

Succeeded his father as 3rd Baronet, 1900. Of Turra Murra, Rugby. 

Ellis, Eustace, son of George Henry Ellis, Esq., 7, Spring Gardens, London, 
aged 13, July 22. Left 1868 3 . Burrows 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1875. Of 5, Delahay Street, Westminster. Royal 
Societies' Club. 

Caldecott, Sidney Arthur, sixth son of Charles Marriott Caldecott, Esq., 
(O.R. 18i5), Holbrook G.range.aged 13, April 4. Leftl867 2 . Burrows 

Went to Cheltenham College, 1867. Accidentally shot himself when loading a 
revolver at Rosario, South America. 19 April, 1872. 

ENTRANCES IN APRIL, 1866. 

Lester Horace Frank, second son of the late General Frederick Lester, 
Rugby, aged 13, March 9. Left 1872 2 . Town 

Exhibitioner, 1872. University College, Oxford, Exhibitioner 1872, First Class, 
Classical Moderations, 1874, B.A. 1876. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 1879. 
A Journalist in London, and many years on the staff of the Daily Telegraph. 
Died at Tunbridge Wells, 9 Octobei, 1896. 

Harrison, Harry Cazalet, eldest son of the late Rev. Henry Robert 
Harrison, Blackheath, aged 14, November 8. Left 1869 3 . Wilson 
Exeter College, Oxford, 1871. A Tea Planter in Ceylon. 

Clare, John Francis Leigh, son of John Leigh Clare, Esq., Toxteth Old 
Hall, Liverpool, aged 14, November 4. Left 1869 1 . Blake 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1878. Practising in Liverpool. Of The Chase East, 
Hoylake, Birkenhead. 

Cole, Horace Alfred, son of Alfred Whaley Cole, Esq., Cape of Good Hope, 
aged 13, March 27. Left 1867 2 . B. Smith 

Heather, Henry George, son of James Heather, Esq., 171, Camden Road, 
London, aged 13, October 13. Loft 1870 2 . Arnold 

Formerly a Solicitor, of 17, Paternoster Row, London, E.G. 

Adam, Charles Fox Frederick, only son of the late Gen Sir Frederick 
Adam, G.C.B., Paris, aged 13, November 27. Left 1871 1 . School 

Balliol College, Oxford, 1871. Secretary of Legation at Rio de Janeiro, 1888-92, 
at Brussels, 1892-7. Secretary of Embassy at Washington, 1897-8, at Madrid, 
from 1898. 

Williamson, Robert Isherwood, eldest son of Robert Williamson, Esq., 
Sunny Bank. Ripon, aged 14, Feb. 8. Left 1870 3 . Arnold 

Christ Church, Oxford, Junior Student, 1871, First Class Natural Science, 1874, 
B.A. 1875, M.A. 1878, B Med. 1879. Radcliffe Travelling Fellow. F.R.C.S. Died 
at Florence, 6 January, 1882. 

Gordon, Henry King, son of Charles Alexander Gordon, Esq., M.D., after- 
wards K.C.B., Calcutta, aged 15, April 12. Left 1868 1 . Burrows 

In the Bank of Bengal, 1872-1900. Formerly Lieutenant-Colonel, Indian Volunteer 
Force. Of Cross Park, Barnstaple. Grosvenor Club, 



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Anderson, William Robert Le Geyt, son of Col. Anderson, 92, Gloucester 
Crescent, London, aged 15, July 20. Left 1867 s . Hutchinson 

Gazetted to the 63rd Foot, 1870. Captain, Bombay Staff Corps, 1882. Major, 
1890. Lieutenant-Colonel, 1896. Colonel, 1900. Served in the Egyptian Cam- 

ign, 1882. Medal and Khedive's Star. With the Tirah Expedition, 1897. 

spatches. Medal with two Clasps. 

Smith, Francis Rawdon, eldest son of John Peter George Smith, Esq., 
Springbank, Anfield, Liverpool, aged 14, May 24. Left 1869 2 . 

School 
Merton College, Oxford, 1871. 

Lowe, Walter Bezant, son of the late H. Lowe, Esq., Albert Street, Rugby, 
aged 12, January 3. Left 1873 2 . Town 

St. John's College, Cambridge, Scholar, 1873, First Class, Natural Science Tripos, 
1876, B.A. 1877, M.A. 1880. Late Assistant Master, Glenalmond. Master of a 
School at Fareham. Of Cae Carw, Llanfairfechan, N. Wales. 

LemonillS, Francis Henry, son of Augustus Henry Lemonius, Esq , Stone- 
house, Allerton, Liverpool, aged 14, March 28. Left 1870 1 . Blake 
Died at Margate, 3 November, 1900. 

Caird, Robert Peel, son of James Caird, Esq., 17, Pembridge Square, 
London, aged 15, June 10. Left 1866 2 . Wilson 

Remington, Robert Leighton, son of Reginald Frederick Remington, Esq., 
14, Lancaster Gate, London, aged 14, Mar. 23. Left 1867 3 . School 

Lyon, Arthur, son of Frederick Lyon, Esq., Mollington Hall, Chester, 
aged 14, August 4. Left 1868 1 . School 

A Merchant in Liverpool. 

Skinner, James, son of James Skinner, Esq., Bedford Park, Croydon, aged 
14, August 20. Left 1867 3 . Arnold 

A Stockbroker in London. 

Ratliff, Arthur William, son of William Ratlin 3 , Esq., Leicester Road, 
Coventry , aged 14, August 20. Left 1867 3 . Hutchinson 

Gordon, Thomas Gisborne, fourth son of the Rev. John Frederick Gordon, 
Rectory, Annahilt, Hillsborough, Ireland, aged 14, December 15. 
Left 1868 3 . Hutchinson 

A Wine Merchant in Belfast. 

Whiting, Henry Paul, son of Henry Whiting, Esq., Lavender Hill, 
Wandsworth Road, London, aged 14, Mar. 2. Left 1868 3 . B. Smith 
A Merchant in London. Of 9, Bolingbroke Grove, Wandsworth Common, S.W. 

Loyd, Edward Kirkman, son of the late Thomas Kirkman Loyd, Esq., 

Brighton, aged 15. August 3. Left 1867 1 . Hutchinson 

Formerly Captain, 28th Regiment. Retired, 1883. Of The Old House, Wimborne. 

Denton, George Chardin, son of the late Rev. Robert Abercrombie Denton, 
Brighton, aged 14, June 22 Left 1866 2 . Burrows 

Formerly Captain, 57th Regiment. Colonial Secretary of Lagos, from 1888. 
C.M.G. 1891. K.C.M.G. 1900. Of Lagos, Africa. Naval and Military Club. 

Cobley, Henry Nathaniel, son of Mr. Joseph Oobley, Little Pennington 
Street, Rugby, aged 10, September 27. Left 1874 1 . Town 

Sometime in the Meteorological Office. Afterwards a Journalist. Died, 5 April, 
1884. 
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266 Temple, 1858-69. 



Layton, George Moffat Rhys, son of James Layton, Esq., The Wilderness, 
Baldock, Herts, aged 13, January 17. Left 1866 2 . Wilson 

Caius College, Cambridge, B.A. 1875. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1879. 
Western Circuit. Of 3, Dr. Johnson's Buildings, Temple, E.G. 

ENTRANCES IN SEPTEMBER, 1866. 

Arnold, William Thomas, eldest son of Thomas Arnold, Esq., (O.R. 1837), 
26, St. Giles, Oxford, aged 14, September 18. Left 1871*. Arnold 

Exhibitioner, 1871. University College, Oxford, Scholar 1872, Arnold Historical 
Prize Essay, 1879, B.A. 1876, M.A. 1879. Of 196, Plymouth Grove, Manchester. 

Wilmer, Horace, son of Bradford Wilmer, Esq., (O.R. 1820), Reydon Hall, 
Suffolk, aged 14, November 2. Left 1865 3 . Arnold 

I.C.E. College, Cooper's Hill. Served in India. District Engineer, Great 
Eastern Eailway, Stratford, London, B.C. 

Bolton, William Henry, eldest son of Joseph Cheney Bolton, Esq., 
Carbrook, Falkirk, aged 13, March 19. Left 1872 2 . School 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. 1876, M.A. 1879. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 
1878. Died 1896. 

Chaplin, Thomas Hamby, fourth son of the late Frederick Chaplin, Esq., 
Westgate, Louth, aged 15. March 15. Left 1869 2 . Wilson 

Magdalen College, Oxford, B.A. 1873. Died in London, 9 December, 1876. 

Emson, Charles George, son of Alfred Emson, Esq., Dorchester, Dorset, 
aged 13, February 8. Left 1870 3 . Blake 

Died before 1886. 

Goldschmidt, Walter Otto, eldest son of Otto Goldschmidt, Esq., Oak 
Lea, Wimbledon Park, aged 18, August 5. Left 1871 1 . School 

Corpus Christi College, Oxford, B.A. 1876. A Clerk in Chancery, Registrar's 
Office, Royal Courts of Justice. Of The Grove, Boltons, London, S.W. 

Yorke, Alexander Campbell, son of Archdeacon Yorke, Wimpole Rectory, 
Cambridgeshire, aged 14, January 12. Left 1870 2 . Molerly 

Trinity College, Cambridge, 1870. Went to Queensland, 1873. Ordained, 1883. 
In New Zealand, 1887-97. Rector of Fowlmere, Royston, from 1897. 

Barker, Henry Gratton, son of Henry James Barker, Esq., Chipstead. 
Redhill, aged 13, May 23. Left 1869 3 . School 

Denton, Eardley Fraser, second son of John Bailey Denton, Esq., Wood- 
field, Stevenage, aged 13, November 30. Left 1870 3 . School 

Exeter College, Oxford, B.A. 1874. A Civil Engineer. Of 22, Whitehall Place, 
London, S.W. 

Cobb, Herbert Mansfield, son of Robert Lake Cobb, Esq., Higham, 
Rochester, aged 12, September 23. Left 1871 a . Rutchinson 

A Land Agent and Surveyor. Of Gadshill House, Higham, Rochester. 

Janion, Herbert Garnett, son of Joseph Janion, Esq., Brookside, Alderley 
Edge, aged 15. June 4. Left 1868 2 . Moberly 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1875. Of Victoria Park, Manchester. 

Still, Ernest Robert, fifth son of Robert Still, Esq., Sutton, Surrey, aged 
14, July 14. Leftl87l 2 . Blake 

Brasenose College, Oxford, B.A. 1874, M.A. 1880. Admitted a Solicitor, 1876. 
Of 5, New Square, Lincoln's Inn, London, W.C. 



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Watkins, Benjamin, son of Mrs. Watkins, 43, Pennington Street, Rugby, 
aged 14, January 3. Left 1871 2 . Town 

Exhibitioner, 1871. Jesus College, Cambridge, B.A. 1876, M.A. 1879. 

Michell, Arthur Tompson, fifth son of the Rev. Richard Michel 1, afterwards 
Principal of Hertford College, Oxford, aged 13, September 16. 
Left 1870 3 . Burrows 

Oriel College, Oxford, B.A. 1874, M.A. 1877. Rector of Brampton, Norfolk, 
1885-91. Editor of the Rugby School Register, Vol. iii., 1891, and of the present 
edition of Vols. i. and ii. Vicar of Sheriffhales, near Newport, Shropshire, from 
1891. Royal Societies' Club. 

Hornby, Phipps John, second son of the Rev. William Hornby, St. 
Michael's on- Wy re, Garstang, aged 13, Jan. 10. Left 1872 2 . Blake 

Balliol College, Oxford, B.A. 1876, M.A. 1879. Vicar of St. Michael's-on-Wyre, 
Garstang, from 1885. 

Barrington, Groker, second son of Croker Harrington, Esq., afterwards 
Baronet, 58, Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin, aged 15, August 18. 
Left 1870*. Burrows 

Trinity College, Dublin, M.A. Admitted a Solicitor. Of 10, Ely Place, Dublin. 

Armitage, Joseph, second son of the Rev. Francis James Armitage, 
Casterton, Kirkby Lonsdale, aged 12, Nov. 29. Left 1872 2 . Wilson 

Exhibitioner, 1872. New College, Oxford, B.A., First Class, Natural Science, 

1876. B.Med. and M.A., 1880. Burdett-Coutts Scholarship: for Natural Science. 

Littlewood, Henry Charles, eldest son of Benjamin Littlewood, Esq., 
Clent H ouse, Stourbridge, aged 1 5, Dec. 6. Left 1868 2 . Hutchinson 

Brasenose College, Oxford, B.A. 1875, M.A. 1876. Vicar of Goring, Berks, 1885-95. 
Rector of Burston, Diss, Norfolk, from 1895. 

Dymock, Thomas Graham Weir, son of Archibald Dymock, Esq., M.D., 
28, South Street, Louth, aged 14, Nov. 8. Left 1867 2 . Wilson 

s College, London, English Scholarship, 1868. Indian Civil Service, 1869. 
before 1886. 

Senior, Edward Marcus Nassau, son of the late Edward Senior, Esq., 
Drenagh, Newton, Limavady, Ireland, aged 12, October 5. 
Left 1868 3 . School 

Secretary to the Trust and Agency Company of Australasia. Of 98, Cheyne 
Walk, Chelsea. 

Gooding, William Forbes, eldest son of William Gooding, Esq., Durleigh 
Elm, Bridgwater, aged 14, March 3. Left 1870 2 . School 

Christ Church, Oxford, 1871. Formerly a Tea and Coffee Planter, Wynaad, 
Madras. J.P. for Somerset. Of Durleigh Elm, Bridgwater. 

Barry, James, son of John Boyle Barry, Esq., M.D., Calcutta, aged 14, 
December 5. Left 1867 3 . B. Smith 

Lefroy, Augustus Henry Fraser, second son of Gen. John Henry Lefroy, 
afterwards K.O.M.G., Grosvenor House, Blackheath, aged 14, 
June 21. Left 1871 2 . Burrows 

New College, Oxford, B.A, 1875, M.A. 1880. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple 

1877. Practising in Canada. Of Osgoode HaU, Toronto. 

Holt, Robert Edward Hallett, eldest son of Robert Hallett Holt, Esq., 
9, Durham Terrace, London, aged 15, Oct 24. Left 1870 3 . Arnold 

Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 1874. Author of " A Handybook on the Regis- 
tration of Title and the Transfer of Land." Of Staple Inn, W.C., and 3, Devon* 
shire Terrace, Portland Place, W. 



268 Temple, 1858-69. 



Norton, Eardley John, eldest son of John Bruce Norton, Esq., 35, Bedford 
Square, London, aged 14, February 19. Left 1868 3 . Arnold 

Merton College, Oxford, B.A. 1874. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 1876. 
Formerly Coroner at Madras. 

Ralli, Theodore, son of Demetrius Ralli, Esq., 190, Upper Parliament 
Street, Liverpool, aged 14, November 5. Left 1869 2 . Arnold 

In business at Calcutta, 1882-92. Of 38, Leinster Gardens, London, W. 

Griffiths, Llewellyn, son of the late George Richard Griffiths, Esq., Cowley 
Grove, "Oxbridge, aged 15, August 27. Left 1869 1 . Arnold 

Trinity College, Cambridge. Formerly Captain, 23rd Royal Welsh Fusiliers. 
Served in the Ashanti War, 1873. Medal. 

, Joseph Crawhall, son of Thomas Edward Chapman, Esq., Silks- 
worth Hall, Suiiderland, aged 13, March 11. Left 187 1 2 . Arnold 

Trinity College, Cambridge, 1871-3. Civil and Consulting Engineer, and Patent 
Agent, 1879-1900. Of St. Mildred's, Surbiton. 

Arkcoll, Cecil Scott, only son of Francis William Arkcoll, Esq., 19, Eccleston 
Square, London, aged 13, June 19. Left 1872 2 . Hutchinson 

Oriel College, Oxford, B.A. 1875, M.A. 1879. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 
1877. Died March, 1900. 

Over, Frederick Richard, son of Mr. Richard Over, 37, Pennington Street, 
Rugby, aged 12, October 30. Left 1872 3 . Town 

Gardner, Herbert Wilson, son of James Gardner, Esq,, Stone House, 
Rugeley, aged 14, January 19. Left 1870 3 . B. Smith 

Admitted a Solicitor. 1876. Practising at Rugeley. Of Armitage, Rugeley. 
Staffordshire. 

Holland, Sydney, son of Stephen George Holland Esq., 56, Porchester 
Terrace, London, aged 13, February 19. Left 1871 3 . Burrows 

Of Gore Lodge, Lubenham, Market Harborough. 

Langford, Thomas Frederick, eldest son of the late Frederick Langford, 
Esq., The Crescent, York, aged 14, Jan. 20. Left 1869 3 . Wilson 
Merton College, Oxford, 1870. 

Rooper, John George, eldest son of the Rev. Plumer Pott Rooper, (O.R. 
1840), Abbotts Ripton, aged 14, August 7. Left 1869 2 . Blake 

Exeter College, Oxford, B.A. 1874. Rector of Abbotts Ripton, Huntingdon, 
from 1881. 

Bruce, Henry Campbell, eldest son of the Right Hon. Henry Antrim 
Bruce, afterwards Lord Aberdare, Duffryn, Aberdare, aged 15, 
June 19. Left 1867 3 . Blake 

Succeeded his father as 2nd BARON ABERDARE, 1895. Of Duffryn, Mountain Ash, 
South Wales, and 83, Eaton Square, S.W. 

Birch, Lightwood Thomas, son of Thomas John Birch, Esq., Armitage 
Lodge, Rugeley, aged 15, February 12. Left 1867 1 . Hutchinson 

J.P. for Staffordshire. Formerly Captain, 1st Stafford Militia. Of Quarry 
Lodge, Lichfield. 

Combe, Abram, son of James Combe, Esq., Sydenham Park, Belfast, aged 
14, July 16. Leftl869 2 . WiUon 

A Merchant in Belfast. 



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NewtOH, William Gyllich, son of Francis Rhodes Newton, Esq., Grab 
Island, Porto Rico, aged 13, June 20. Left 1870 3 . Hufchinson 

Indian Engineering College, Cooper's Hill, 1873. India Public Works Depart- 
ment, 1876. Executive Engineer, Rangoon, from 1877. East India United 
Service Club. 

Bassett, Ralph Thnrston, second son of Richard Bassett, Esq., Bonvilston 
House, Cardiff, aged 15, January 15. Left 1869 2 . Blake 

Christ Church, Oxford, 1869. J.P. and D.L. for Glamorganshire. High Sheriff, 
1895. Of Crossways, Cowbridge, Glamorgan. Junior Carlton Club. 

Cropper, Charles James, eldest son of James Cropper, Esq., Ellergreen, 
Kendal. aged 14, July 6. Left 1870^. B. Smith 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A 1875. J P. and D.L. for Westmoreland. Of 
Tolson Hall, Kendal. Brooks' Club. 

Spans, James, second son of the late Capt. James Spens, 3, Horton 
Crescent, Kugby, aged 13, March 30. Left 1868 1 . Town 

Gazetted to the 85th Foot, 1872. Captain, Shropshire Light Infantry, 1883. 
Major, 1886. Lieutenant-Colonel, 1898. Brevet Colonel, 1901. Served in the 
Affghan War, 1879-80. With the Kuram Division, Yarmusht Expedition, and 
assault of Zawa. Medal. Served in the Boer War, in command of his regiment, 
1899-1902. Mentioned in despatches. C.B. 1901. 

Thornber, Richard, fourth son of the late John Thornber, Esq., Rugby, 
aged 13, November 18. Left 1871 3 . Town 

Keble College, Oxford, B.A. 1877, M.A. 1882. Vicar of St. John, Kensal Green, 
London, W., from 1891. 

Brierley, Harold, fourth son of James Brierley, Esq.. West Hill, Rochdale, 
aged 14, April 2. Left 1870 2 . B. Smith 

Wadham College, Oxford, B.A. 1875, M.A. 1879. Rector of Ribbesford, 1893-6. 
Vicar of Bridstow, Ross, Hereford, from 1898. 

Seton, Andrew Ramsay Wilmot, only son of Wilmot Seton, Esq., Cotsford 
House, Brackley, aged 14, June 25. Left 1869 s . School 

Pembroke College, Oxford, B.A. 1877, M.A. 1878. Rector of Elsted, Sussex, 
1887-95. Curate of Hardington Mandeville, Yeovil, from 1901. 

Williams, Arthur Warren, eldest son of John Williams, Esq., 176. High- 
bury New Park, London, aged 13, Dec 31. Left 1869 s . Moberly 

A Merchant in London. Member of the Court of the Drapers Company. Of 25, 
De Vere Gardens, London, W. Reform Club. 

Davies, Hugh Powel, second son of the Rev. James Davies, Moor Court, 
Kington, aged 13, May 21. Left 1870 3 . B. Smith 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1876. Of 222, Strand, London, W.C. . 

Dobrge, George Harrison, son of George Dobre*e, Esq., 84, Regents Park 
Gardens, aged 14, April 24. Left 1868 1 . Moberly 

Articled to a Solicitor. A Coffee Planter in the Coorg District, 1875. Died in 
India, 25 April, 1878. 

Waugh, Edward Lamb, son of Edward Waugh, Esq., Cockermouth, aged 
15, August 14 Left 1868 2 . Moberly 

St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1875, M.A. 1887. Admitted a Solicitor, 
1873. Registrar of County Court. Hon. Major, 1st Volunteer Battalion, Border 
Regiment Of The Burroughs, Cockermouth. 

Harper, Percy, son of Samuel Harper, Esq., Upper Tooting, Surrey, aged 
14, March 15. Left 1870 1 . B. Smith 

Went to America. 



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Chapman, George Alexander, son of Charles Chapman, Esq., 29, Belsize 
Park, Harapstead, aged 14, December 24. Left 1868 1 . Hutchinson 

Gazetted to the 98th Foot, 1872. Captain, North Stafford Regiment, 1880. 
Major, 1886. Eetired. Served in the Zhob Valley Expedition, 1884. 

Ewart, William David, son of the late James Bell Ewart, Esq., 10, 
Gloucester Place, London, aged 13, February 1. B. Smith 

Died in the summer holidays, 1869. 

Money, George Alfred, son of Wigram B. Money, Esq., Bengal Civil Service, 
Sheepstead Bouse, Abingdon,aged 13, April 24. Lef 1 1870 3 .. Smith 

Gazetted to the 8th Foot, 1872. Captain, Bengal Staff Corps, 1884. Major, 1892. 
Lieutenant-Colonel, 1898. Served in the Affghan War, 1879-80. Mentioned in 
despatches. Medal. In the Mahsood Wuzeeree Expedition, 1881. With the 
Zhob Field Force, 1890. Despatches. With the Tirah Expeditionary Force, 
1897-98. Wounded. Medal with three Clasps. Junior United Service Clnb. 

Wilkes, Samuel Robert, son of the Kev. Robert Wilkes, Lofts Hall, Saffron 
Waldron, aged 13, May 30. Left 1872*. Hutchinson 

Harris, George Hardy, son of George William Harris, Esq., Nether Priors, 
Halstead, aged 13, February 9. Left 1870 3 . B. Smith 

A Solicitor, practising at Exeter. Of Woodway, Teignmouth, South Devon. 

Sharp, Richard Ward, son of Thomas Belt Sharp, Esq., Lowfields, Hootou, 
Cheshire, aged 14, December 8. Left 1867 s . Wilson 

Sinclair, William, son of William Sinclair, Esq., Thorncote, Rock Ferry, 
Cheshire, aged 14, October 18. Left 1868 3 . Moberly 

A Merchant in Hull. Died, 7 January, 1896. 

Walsh, George, son of Nathaniel Walsh, Esq., Orchard Bank, Over 
Darwen, Blackburn, aged 14, February 16. Left 1868 2 . Wilson 
A Merchant at Over Darwen. 

Sawyer, Henry, sou of Captain John Sawyer, Colaba Villa, Rugby, aged 
13, September 12. Left 1870 1 . Town 

M.R.C.S. England, 1877. Sometime House Surgeon at the Hospital, Darlington. 
Of 123, Horton Lane, Bradford, Yorkshire. 

Russell, William Lean, son of John Alexander Russell, Esq., 32, Pembridge 
Gardens, London, aged 14, April 5. Left 1871 1 . Burrows 

A Merchant in London. 

Jervois, William Henry Hammond, eldest son of Lieut. -Col. William 
Francis Jervois, afterwards G.C.M.G., 9, Southwick Crescent, 
London, aged 14, September 10. Left 187 1 2 . Arnold 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. 1876, M.A. 1878. Vicar of St. Mary Magdalene, 
Munster Square, from 1896. Of 58, Osuaburgh Street, London, N.W. 

Cochrane, Henry Heath, son of Alexander Brodie Cochrane, Esq., Stour- 
bridge, aged 14, May 6. Left 1868 2 . Moberly 

Of Eastwood Hall, Durham. 

Ingles, Walter Chamberlayne, son of Henry Ingles, Esq., afterwards 
Chamberlayne, Chapel House, Guildford, aged 14, April 4. 
Left 1870 2 . Wilson 

Pembroke College, Oxford, B.A. 1874, M.A. 1877. Barrister-at-Law, Middle 
Temple, 1877. Assumed the additional name of CHAMBERLAYNE. Of Stow 
Lodge, Stow-in-the-Wold. 



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Brand, Arthur George, son of the Right Hon. Henry Brand, M.P., 
afterwards Viscount Hampden, Glyndehurst Place, Lewes, aged 
13, May 1. Left 1870 1 . Moberly 

M.P. for the Wisbech Division of Cambridgeshire, 1891-5. Of Oaklawn, Crawley 
Down, Sussex. Reform Club. 

Arkcoll, Charles, son of Charles Arkcoll, Esq.,Eocky Hill, Maidstorie, aged 

13, June 6. Left 1868 2 . Moberly 

Johnson, Richard Francis, son of Richard William Johnson, Esq., 
Brickleharapton Hall, Pershore, aged 14, July 12. Left 1869 2 Blake 

Gazetted to the Royal Artillery, 1872. Captain, 1881. Brigade-Major, Royal 
Artillery, Ireland, 1884. Lieutenant-Colonel, 1898. Commanding Royal 
Artillery, South Africa, 1900-01. C.M.G., 1902. 

Courtenay, Hugh Leslie, second son of the Rev. Hon. Henry Hugh 
Uourtenay, afterwards Earl of Devon, Mamhead, Exeter, aged 14, 
August 1. Lett 1870 3 . School 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. 1876, M.A. 1878. Of Powderham, Exeter. 

Westenra, Hon. Derrick Warner William, second son of the late Lord 
Rossmore, Monaghan, Ireland, aged 13, Feb. 7. Left 1869 1 . School 

Formerly in the 9th Lancers, and 1st Life Guards. Succeeded his brother as 
STH BARON ROSSMORE, 1874. Of Kelmarsh Hall, Northampton, and 5, A. Mount 
Street, London, W. Carlton Club. 

Taylor, Henry Scott, son of the Hon. George Noble Taylor, Calcutta, aged 

14, June 21. Left 1870 2 . School 

Indian Engineering College, Cooper's Hill, 1872. Superintendent of Works, 
Madura, 1888. Died 1891. 

Shuter, Leonard Allen, son of Leonard Shuter, Esq., The Lodge, Morden, 
Surrey, aged 14, May 25. Left 1867 3 . B. Smith 

Pepperday, Alfred William, son of Mr. William Pepperday, 23, High 
Street, Rugby, aged 12, July 3. Left 1869 1 . Town 

In business at 11, East Pitt Street, Sydney, New South Wales. 

Hands, Martin Mason, son of Mr, Martin Hands, Hillmorton Road, Rugby, 
aged 12, April 8. Left 1867 3 . Town 

Farmed in California, where he died, 18 November, 1898. 

Landon, Edward Henry, son of Mr. Edward Landon, 15, Dunchurch Road, 
Rugby, aged 12, January 12. Left 1872 s . Town 

Manager of Lloyds Bank, Coventry. Died, 9 December, 1898. 

Kerans, Charles, son of Mrs. Kerans, Rugby, and the late Lyons Kerans, 
Esq., aged 10, May 11. Left 1870 1 . Town 

Residing in Australia. 

Hughes, Herbert George Salisbury, eldest son of Greorge Edward Hughes, 
Esq , (O.B. 1834), Offley Place, Luton, aged 13, August 5. Left 
1872 2 . Arnold 

Christ Church, Oxford, B.A. 1877, MA, 1880. J.P. for Herts. Of Offley Pkce, 
Hitchin. Oxford and Cambridge Club. 



272 Temple, 1858-69. 



ENTRANCES IN JANUARY, 1867. 

MOSS, Frederick Blundell, son of William Henry Moss. Esq., "Beverley 
Road, Hull, aged 15, March 6. Left 1870 2 . Wilson 

Formerly a Solicitor. Assumed the additional name of BLUNDELL. 

Pike, William Herbert, son of Warburfcon Pike, Esq., 12. King's Bench 
Walk, London, aged 15, July 3. Left 1869 1 . Arnold 

Sometime Assistant to Dr. Odliug at Oxford. Created M.A., Merton College, 
1879. Professor of Chemistry, University College, Toronto, 1885-1899. Of Sand- 
hills, Salcombe, South Devon. 

Parton, George Adolphus, third son of John Parton, Esq., Collamore, 
Wandsworth Common, aged 15. December 12. Left 1869 2 . Wilson 
Admitted a Solicitor, 1873. Of Shenley, Streatham. 

Cross, Thomas Richard, son of the Right Hon. Sir Richard Assheton Cross, 
M.P., afterwards Lord Cross, (O.R. 1836), aged 13, April 23. 
Left 1869 s . B. Smith 

Accidentally drowned at Bridlington, 22 September, 1873. 

Porster, Francis Samuel, fourth son of the late Rev. Richard Stewart 
Evelyn Forster, 8, Regency Square, Brighton, aged 15, Sept. 7. 
Left 1870 2 . Burrows 

Brasenose College, Oxford, B.A. 1874, M.A. 1877. Vicar of Chipping Campden, 
1882-96. Vicar of St. Mark's, Walworth, from 1896. 

Walton, Frederick, son of Frederick Walton, Esq , Albrighton, Wolver- 

hampton, aged 14, March 11. Left 187 1 1 . Blake 

In business in Wolverhampton. Of .2, Summerfield Road, Wolverhampton. 

Powell, Harry James, eldest son of Nathaniel Powell, Esq., Buckhurst 
Hill, Woodford. aged 14, January 24. Left 1870 s . Burrows 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. 1873. A Manufacturer, Whitefriars, London. Of 
Melford Lodge, Underbill Road, Lordship Lane, London, S.E. 

Milne, Robert Oswald, only son of William Henry Milne, Esq , (O.R. 1839), 
Newstead House, Leamington, aged 14, Sept. 10. Left 1870 s . Blake 

Brasenose College, Oxford, B.A. 1876. Formerly a Merchant in Manchester. Of 
Oakfield, Leamington. 

Bethell, Edward Hugh, third son of William Bethell, Esq., Rise Park, 
Hull, aged 12, January 27. Left 1870 1 . School 

Gazetted to the Royal Engineers, 1873. Captain, 1885. Major, 1892. Lieutenant- 
Colonel, 1899. Served in the Affghan War, 1878-80. Mentioned in despatches. 
Medal. Served in the South African War, 1889-1900, as Staff Officer to the Chief 
Engineer, South African Field Force. D.S.O. and Brevet of Colonel, 26 June, 
1902. Naval and Military Club. 

Newman, Richard Durnford, son of the Rev. Charles Durnford Newman, 
Sutton Coldfield, aged 15, October 7. Left 1868 3 . Burrows 

In the Home Civil Service. Died about 1880. 

Campbell, James Archibald, son of James Archibald Campbell, Esq. 
(O.R. 1822), Rugby, aged 13, November 1. Left 1871 V Town 

Gazetted to the 16th Foot, 1873. Captain, Bedfordshire Regiment, 1881. 
Retired, 1893. Of 4, Knaresborough Place, Kensington, London, S.W. 

Robertson, Charles Murray, son of James Murray Robertson, Esq., Elm 
Grove, Barnes, aged 14, December 9. Left 1871 2 . B. Smith 



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Harrison, Thomas Fenwick, son of Thomas Harrison, Esq., Fulwood 
Park, Liverpool, aged 15, January 9. Left 1869 1 . Moberly 

A Shipowner, Liverpool. 

Bulpett, Charles William Lloyd, eldest son of George Bulpett, Esq., 
Sandgates, Chertsey, aged 14, August 18. Left 1871 2 . Wilson 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A., First Class in History, 1876, M.A. 1879. Barrister- 
at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 1884. One of H.M. Inspectors of Schools, 1879. Of 5, Half 
Moon Street, Piccadilly, W. Oxford and Cambridge Club. 

Plumb, Frederick, second son of Josiah Burr Plumb, Esq , Niagara, 
Canada West, aged 15, November 5. Left 1870 3 . Moberly 

Christ Church, Oxford, B.A. 1875. Resident in Canada. 

Westmacott, Denham William, second son of Richard Westmacott, Esq., 
1, Kensington Gate, London, aged 14, Aug. 18. Left 187 1 1 . Wilson 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1876. In H.M. Office of Woods from 1885. Of 1, Whitehall 
Place, London, S.W. 

Weston, John Wakefield, only son of the Rev. George Frederick Weston, 
Crosby, Ravensworth, aged 14, June 13. Left 1871 2 . B Smith 

University College, Oxford, 1871. J.P. and D.L. for Westmoreland. Of Enyeat, 
Endmoor, Eendal. 

Carnac, Charles James Rivett, son of Charles Forbes Rivett Carnac, Esq., 
Lymington, Hants, aged 13, February 18. Left 187 1 1 . B. Smith 

Bengal Civil Service, 1872. Accountant General, Burmah. Appointed to 
organize Account Department, Siam, 1898. Of Kingsdon, Bangkok. East India 
United Service Club. 

Buckland, George William Frederick, son of Charles Thomas Buckland, 
Esq., Surbiton, aged 13, June 20. Left 1872 2 . Arnold 

A Solicitor and Proctor, High Court, Calcutta. Of 3, Ballard's Buildings, 
Calcutta. 

Curry, Edward Lockyer, son of Admiral Douglas Curry, Shottrey Hall, 
Stratford-on-Avon, aged 12, February 15. Left 1871 3 . Burrows 

St. John's College, Cambridge, 1872. Master at the High School, Montreal. 
Of 998, Sherbrooke Street, Montreal. Canada. 

Buckley, Edmund Frazer, eldest son of John Arthur Buckley, Esq., 
Hampton Wick, aged 14, March 18. Left 1871 2 . Wilson 

New College, Oxford, B.A. 1875. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 1879. 
Examiner of the High Court of Justice, 1884. Of 6, Stone Buildings, Lincoln's Inn. 

Beard, Henry, son of Joseph Beard, Esq., West Bank, Alderley Edge, 
Manchester, aged 14, July 30. Left 1868 2 . Blake 

In New Zealand. 

Maddison, George Henry, only son of the Rev. George Maddison, Vicarage, 
Grantham, aged 13, February 23. Left 1871 3 . Arnold 

Jesus College, Cambridge, B.A. 1875, M.A. 1884. In the 5th Dragoon Guards. 
Retired as Lieutenant, 1879. Ordained 1884. Vicar of Tuckhill, Bridgnorth, 
1892. Died 9 December, 1898. 

Moore, John Dyson, son of William Moore, Esq., Knightcott House, 
Leamington, aged 13, May 15. Left 1868 3 . Hutchinson 

Hallsworth, Arthur, son of Samuel Mander Hallsworth, Esq., Atherstone, 
aged 14, April 28. Left 1869 2 . Hutchinson 

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274 Temple, 1868-69. 



Bolton, Charles, son of John Stuart Bolton, Esq., Oakleigh, Alderley 
Edge, aged 13, March 5. Left 1868 1 . Arnold 

Went to Australia. 

Browne, Robert Melvill Gore, fourth son of the Lord Bishop of Ely, 
afterwards Bishop of Winchester, Ely, aged 14, September 24. 
Left 1868 s . School 

Jesus College, Cambridge, B.A. 1876, M.A. 1879. Rectory of East Woodhay, 
Newbury, from 1891. 

Rivington, Cecil Stansfeld, son of Charles Rivington, Esq , 12, Upper 
Woburn Place, London, aged 14, Jan. 10. Left 1869 3 . Hutchinson 

A Missionary at Betigeri Gadag, Bombay, from 1895. Hon. Canon of Bombay 
Cathedral, 1901. 

Norton, Robert Bruce, son of John Bruce Norton, Esq., 35, Bedford 
Square, London, aged 13, May 29. Left 1870 1 . Arnold 

Went to Australia. Died, 1886. 

Morgan, Frederick, son of the Rev. David Foscue Morgan, Mentone. 
aged 13, February 14. Left 1867 3 . School 

Hawker, Frederick Arthur, son of the late Charles Lloyd Hawker, Esq., 
Connaught Place, London, aged 15, Dec. 6. Left 1868 2 . School 
Of Wood End House, Wickham. Died at Bembridge, 1893. 

Arnold, Trevenen William, son of Matthew Arnold, Esq., (O.R. 1837), 
2, Chester Square, London, aged 13, Oct. 15. Left 1868 1 . School 
Died at Harrow, 16 February, 1872. 

Brookfield, Arthur Montagu, son of the Rev. William Henry Brookfield, 
Somerby, Lincolnshire, aged 13, March 18. Left 1867 3 . Arnold 

Jesus College, Cambridge. Sometime in the 13th Hussars. Retired as 
Lieutenant, 1879. M.P. for the Rye Division of Sussex from 1885. Of Leasam 
House, Rye. Carlton Club. 

Hollams, Edward Percy, son of John Hollams, Esq., Blackheath, aged 15, 
December 31. Left 1867 3 . Hutchinson 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1874, M.A. 1878. Admitted a Solicitor, 1877. 
London Commercial Sale Rooms, 30, Mincing Lane, London, E.G. 

Morley, Charles Robert, son of Edward Morley, Esq., 16, Richmond 
Terrace, Blackburn, aged 13, April 1. Left 1869 3 . Moberly 

Squarey, Tucker Felton, eldest son of Andrew Tucker Squarey, Esq., 
Higher Bebington, Birkenhead, aged 14, Oct. 9. Left 1870 3 . Molerly 

Pembroke College, Oxford, 1872. Barrister-at-Law, Middle Temple, 1877. Of 
15, Lord Street, Liverpool, and 2, Garden Court, Temple, B.C. 

Lambert, William, only son of the late William Jonah Lambert, M.D., 
JSowerby, Thirsk, aged 13, April 17. Left 1871 1 . Hutchinson 

Oriel College. Oxford, 1871, B.A., New Inn Hall, 1876. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's 
Inn, 1876. Died about 1888. 

Wareing, William Robert, son of Robert Wareing, Esq., Charlesbye, 
Latham, Ormskirk, aged 15, January 12. Left 1868 3 . Wilson 

St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1874, M.A. 1878. In Holy Orders. Of 
Ormskirk, as above. 

Francis, John Arthur, son of John Francis, Esq., Market Harborough, 
aged 14, July 17. Left 1867 3 . Wilson 



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Cnrrie, William John Frederick, son of the late William Close Currie, 
Esq., (O.K. 1840), Rugby, aged 14, August 28. Lefc 1870 s . Town 
In the Opium Department, India. Of Kheri, Bast Indies. 

Unna, Gustav Oscar, son of Ferdinand Unna, Esq , 88, Addison Road, 
London, aged 14, December 31. Left 1870 3 . Hutchinson 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1876. Of 2, New Square, Lincoln's Inn, London, W.C. 

Crossley, Arnold, son of Joseph Groasley, Esq., Broomfield, Halifax, aged 
15, March 21. Left 1868 3 . Moberly 

Died at Scarborough, 4 October, 1883. 

Derington, John Marmaduke, son of William Derington, Esq., 12, New 
Walk, Leicester, aged 14, February 7. Left 1867 3 . Moberly 

Plumb, Thomas Street, eldest son of Josiah Burr Plumb, Esq., Niagara, 
Canada West, aged 16, March 14. Left 1869 2 . Moberly 

Balliol College, Oxford, B.A. 1874. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1876, Died 
in Canada, 1885. 

Anderson, James Drummond, son of James Anderson, Esq., 87, Hereford 
Road, London, aged 14, November 11. Left 1871 3 . B. Smith 

Indian Civil Service, 1873. Magistrate and Collector, Bengal. Author of 
" Kachari Folk Stories," and other works. 

Hodgkinson, George Luke, son of Sir George Hodgkinson, 25, Billiter 
Street, London, aged 17, August 23. Left 1867 3 . Moberly 

St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1873, M.A. 1876. A Marine Insurance Agent 
in London, 187390. Of 46, Wimpole Street, W. Devonshire Club. 

Procter, Christopher William Cecil, second son of Christopher Procter, 
Esq., 5, Cambridge Terrace, Regents Park, London, aged 13, 
April 28. Left 1870 3 . Burrows 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1876, M.A. 1880. Barrister-at-Lavv, Lincoln's 
' Inn, 1876. Of 25, Old Buildings, Lincoln's Inn, London, W.C. 

Benham, Edwin Arthur Russell, eldest son of Edward Benham, Esq., 
Syon Lodge, Isle worth, aged 15, March 2. Left 1869 2 . Wilson 

A Merchant in Ceylon since 1878. Of Canela, Colombo. 

Lawson, Frederick Robert, only son of the Rev. Robert Lawson, Upton- 
on-Severn, aged 14, January 1. Left 1869 3 . School 

Vicar of Clent, Stourbridge, from 1886. 

Amphlett, Edward Greenhill, eldest son of Edward Amphlett, Esq., 
(O.R. 1836), 23, Lansdowne Place, Cheltenham, aged 13, July 13. 
Left 1872 s . Moberly 

Brasenose College, Oxford, B.A. 1876, M.A. 1879. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's 
Inn, 1879. Of 2, Queen's Gate Terrace, London, S.W., and Union Place, 
Worthing. 

Bakewell, John, son of Charles Henry Bakewell, Esq., Quorndon, Derby, 
aged 14, June 1 . B. Smith 

Died at School, December, 1867. 

Adams, Harold William, son of Thomas W. Adams, Esq., Avonmore, Fox 
Rock, Co. Dublin, aged 14, June 26. Left 1869 1 . Moberly 

Paterson, Charles Robert, fifth son of Robert Paterson, Esq., 1, Park 
Terrace East, Glasgow, aged 14, May 23. Left 1867 3 . B. Smith 
A Planter in Ceylon, 1871-98. Of Kirkmichael, Dumfriesshire, 1902. 



276 Temple, 1858-69. 



Currie, Edward Larkins, son of the late William Close Currie, Esq., (O.R. 
1840), Rugby, aged 12, February 8. Left 1873 1 . Town 

Farming in Manitoba. 

Woolldridge, George, son of the late Mr. Thomas Woolldridge, 32, Dun- 
church Road, Rugby, aged 13, July 10. Left 1869 1 . Town 
Civil Service. A Dispenser at the Royal Naval Hospital, Plymouth, 1902. 

Bucknill, Frederick Henry, son of Samuel Birch Bucknill, Esq., M.D., 
(O.R. 1823), Rugby, aged 13, August 8. Left 1868 3 . Town 

Was on the Stage. Died 17 April, 1895. 

Grubb, Augustus Hill, son of Augustus Grubb, Esq., 23, Lawrence Sheriffe 
Street, Rugby, aged 13, March 4. Left 1870 s . Town 

Grubb, Ernest Pelham, son of the above Augustus Grubb, Esq., aged 12, 
April 18. Left 1869 2 . Town 

Joined the Camel Corps in the Egyptian Expedition, 1882. Medals for Aboukir, 
and Tel-el-Kebir. Of Sterndale, Pinner, Middlesex. 

Johnson, Sydney Herbert, son of Alfred Richard Johnson, Esq., 5, St. 
John's Wood Park, London, aged 14, Oct. 10. Left 1867 3 . School 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1875, M.A. 1878. Master of a Preparatory 
School at Downsend, Ashtead, Surrey. 

De la Rue, Ernest, son of Warren De la Rue, Esq., The Observatory, 
Cranford, aged 14, October 27. Left 1868 1 . School 

Of 26, Belgrave Square, London, S.W. 

Riiigrose, Arthur Edmund Leake, second son of Christopher Leake 
Ringrose, Esq., Framley Hall, Hessle, Hull, aged 14, Nov. 9. 
Left 1869 3 . School 

Windham Club, St. James' Square. 

Smith, Edward John, son of Mrs. Charles Smith, 2, Eldon Place, Rugby, 
aged 13, February 16. Left 1869 2 . Town 

Farming a sheep run in New Zealand. 

ENTRANCES IN MAY, 1867. 

Pike, John William, second son of John William Pike, Esq., Westport, 

Wareham, Dorset, aged 14, December 22. Left 1871 3 . Burrows 

Exeter College, Oxford, 1872. Student of the Inner Temple, 1885. Died 1899. 

Harris, Stanley, son of William Thomas Harris, Esq., Whitehouse, 
Camber well Green, aged 13, June 10. Left 1869 1 . Arnold 

Coles, Alfred Kingsford, son of Richard Cook Coles, Esq., Stamford Hill, 
Middlesex, aged 14, November 28. Left 1870 1 . Slake 

Cunard, Bache Edward, son of Sir Edward Cunard, Bart., 4, Bowling 
Green, New York, aged 15, May 15. Left 1868 8 . Hutchinson 

Trinity College, Cambridge. Succeeded his father as 3rd Baronet, 1869. J.P. 
for Leicestershire. Of Nevill Holt, Market Harborough. Turf Club. 

Colbeck, John Cordingley, eldest son of William Henry Colbeck, Esq., 
Batley, Yorkshire, aged 15, March 27. Left 1870 2 . Wilson 

Exeter College, Oxford, B.A. 1876. Went to New Zealand. 



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Wright, Ichabod Denman, son of Charles Ichabod Wright, Esq., Stapleford 

Hall, Nottingham, aged 14, April 4. Left 1867 2 . Burrows 

Lieutenant, Royal Artillery. Killed at Gundamak, Affghanistan, 29 Dec., 1879. 

Rushton, Frederick Lever, son of Thomas Lever Itushton, Esq., Moor 
Plat, Bolton, Lancashire, aged 14, April 13. Left 1870 2 . Moberly 
Of Goodwin Fold, Bolton. 

Gretton, Hugh, sou of the late Major G-retton, 8, Gloucester Gardens, 
London, aged 14, May 10. Left 1868 1 . Hutchinson 

Burchardt, Ernest Ashton, son of Otto Burchardt, Esq., Fulwood Park, 
Liverpool, aged 13, October 27. . Left 187 1 3 , Arnold 

In business in Liverpool, 1373-8. Sugar Planting and Cattle Ranching in 
Hawaian Islands, 1878-90. Of Brashfield, Bicester. 

Nevill, William Yaldeu, sou of Richard Nevill, Esq., Felin Foel, Llanelly, 
South Wales, aged 14, December 9. Left 1869 3 . School 

Mander, Charles Tertius, son of Charles Benjamin Mauder, Esq., The 
Mount, Wolverhamptou, aged 14, July 16. Left 1868 2 . Hutchinson 

Corpus Christ! College, Cambridge, B.A., M.A. A Manufacturer in Wolver- 
hampton. Mayor, 1892-6. J.P. for Staffordshire. Captain, Staffordshire 
Yeomanry. Of The Mount, Wolverhampton. 

Bigg, Henry Robert Heather, elder son of Henry Heather Bigg, Esq., 
56, Wimpole Street, London, aged 14, Mar. 26. Left 1870 3 , Burrows 

University College Hospital, 1871. F.R.C.S. and L.R.C.P. Of 56, Wimpole 
Street, London, W. 

Grant, Charles, son of Sir John Peter Grant, K.C.B., Governor of 
Jamaica, aged 14, April 13. Left 1868 3 . Wilson 

Gazetted to the 2nd West India Regiment, 1873. Captain, Royal Highlanders, 
1885. Major, Princess Louisa's Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, 1893. 
Served with the Mahsoud Wuzeeree Expedition, 1881. 

Paul, Josiah Edward, son of Josiah Paul, Esq., The Close, Tetbury, aged 
14, April 24. Leftl872 1 . Wilson 

Indian Engineering College, Cooper's Hill, 1872. Executive Engineer, Madras 
Public Works, from 1886. 

Leigh, Neville Egerton, fourth son of Col. Egerton Leigh, M.P., The West 
Hall, High Leigh, Cheshire, aged 14, Sept. 2. Left 1871 1 . Arnold 
Brasenose College, Oxford, B.A. 1875, M.A. 1878. Vicar of Kirkstall, Leeds, 
from 1889. Ae c J^ < |L R^C/L 

Blanshard, John Raimes, son of George Blanshard, Esq., 7, Carlton 
Terrace, Edinburgh, aged 13, August 24. Left 1867 2 . Hutchinson 

Northcote, Arthur Francis, fourth son of JSir Stafford Northcote, Bart., 

afterwards Earl of Iddesleigh, 86, Harley Street, London, aged 14, 

.November 2. Left 1870 3 . Arnold 

New College, Oxford, B.A. 1875, M.A. 1879. Rector of Washfield, Devon, 1884-90. 
Vicar of St. Gregory's, Canterbury, from, 1890-1900. Rector of Monk's Eleigh, 
Ipswich, from 1900. 

Ogilvie, Douglas Alexander, son of Alexander Ogilvie. Esq., Mound House, 
Netting Hill, aged 14, December 18. Left 1871 3 . Hutchineon 
Died, March, 1873. A Memorial Tablet is in the School Chapel. 



278 Temple, 1858-69. 



Nicholson, Francis Ismay, son of John Ismay Nicholson, Esq., Thornton 
Bouse, Clapham Park, aged 13, November 20. Left 1870 1 . Town 

Died, 18 August, 1895. 

Gillham, William Francis, son of the Rev. Thomas Wheeler Gillham, 
Caldecott Vicarage, Rockingham, aged 13, May 13. Left 1869 2 . 

Moberly 

Hinton, Charles, son of William Hinton, Esq., Madeira, aged 13, June 16. 
Left 187 1 3 . Hutchinson 

Formerly a Distiller and Sugar Millowner in Madeira. Residing in London, 1902. 

Cossart, Charles John, son of Peter Oossart, Esq., Madeira, aged 13. May 
17. Left 1869 1 . Moberly 

In business as a Wine Shipper, from 1874. Danish Vice-Consul for Madeira, from 
1895. Of Quiiita da Levada, Funchal, Madeira. 

Holmes, Arthur Light, son of Sir William Henry Holmes, George Town, 
Demerara, aged 14, September 2. Left 1869 3 . Wilson 

Larden, Walter, second son of the late Rev. George Edge Larden, 2, War- 
wick Place, Rugby, aged 11, Oct. 8. Left 1874 2 . Town and Burrows 

Merton College, Oxford, Postmaster, 1875-9, First Class Mathematical Moderations, 
1876, First Class, Mathematics, 1878, and Natural Science, 1879, 11. A. 1879, M.A. 

1882. Assistant Master at Cheltenham College, 1880-88, and at the Royal Naval 
Engineering College, Devonport, from 1890. Alpine Club. 

Cripps, William Charles, son of William Charles Cripps, Esq., Tunbridge 
Wells, aged 12, April 10. Left 1868 2 . Burrows 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1877. Of 5, Camden Park, Tunbridge Wells. 

Hood, Charles Edward Cockburn, fourth son of Thomas Cockburn Hood, 
Esq., Olniiy House, Aberfeldy, aged 14, July 16. Left 1867 3 . 

Arnold 

Settled in New Zealand, and is Sheep Farming at Masterton, Wellington, New 
Zealand. 

Phillips, Charles, son of Mr. Henry Phillips, 6, Market Place, Rugby, 
aged 10, August 14. Left 1875 2 . Town 

Exeter College. Oxford, Scholar, 1875, B.A. 1879, M.A. 1885. Admitted a Solicitor, 

1883. In the firm of Forshaw and Hawkins, Liverpool. Of 25, Park Road East, 
liirkenhead. 

Grubb, Raglan Somerset, son of Augustus Grubb, Esq., Rugby, aged 10, 
August 14. Left 1872 3 . Town 

In the Audit Office, L. & N.W.R., Euston Square. Of Westfield Cottage, Church 
Lane, South Ealing. 

Parker, Hon. Sydney, son of the Earl of Macclesfield, Shirburn Castle, 
Oxfordshire, aged 14, Oct. 3. Left 1869 1 . Blake 

Formerly a Tea Planter in Assam. Died 1897. 

Brocklehlirst, John Feilden, eldest son of Henry Brocklehurst, Esq., 
Foden Bank, Macclesfield, aged 14, May 13. Left 1869 3 . Wilson 

Gazetted to Royal Horse Guards, 1874, Captain, 1881, Major, 1887, Lieutenant- 
Colonel, 1895, Colonel, 1899. Served in the Egyptian War, 1882. Medal with 
Clasp and Bronze Star. The Nile Expedition, 1884-5. Clasp. Mentioned in des- 
patches. Lieutenant-Colonel commanding 3rd Cavalry Brigade Natal Field Forces, 
with local rank of Major-General, 1899. C.B. 1901. -M.V.O. 1902. Of Ranks- 
borough, Oakham. Wanderers Club. 



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Leggatt, Owen, son of Major Edward Owen Leggatt, 8, Oxford Terrace, 
London, aged 13, August 14. Left 187 1 2 . Wilson 

Trinity Hall, Cambridge. Assassinated at San Jos6, California, 6 November, 1886. 

ENTRANCES IN OCTOBER, 1867. 

Kennedy, Robert Muirhead, son of the Rev. William James Kennedy, 
H.M. Inspector of Schools. 19, Ardwick Green. Manchester, 
aged 13, June 12. Left 1872 1 . B. Smith 

Pembroke College, Cambridge, 13th in Classical Tripos, 1877. Indian Civil 
Service, Bombay, 1877. Collector and Magistrate, 1899. 

Baines, Talbot, son of Frederick Baines, Esq., Burley, Leeds, aged 14, 
October 5. Left 1869 2 . Moberly 

St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1875. One of the Proprietors and Editors of 
the Leeds Mercury. Of Westfield, Headingley, Leeds. 

Mackinlay, James Egan Harrison, son ot the late John Mackinlay, Ksq , 
7, Earl's Terrace, Kensington, aged 16, December 17. Left 1869 s . 

Hutchinson 

L.B.C.P. and M.E.C.S., 1873. Surgeon at Redcar. Of Coatham, Redcar, 
Yorkshire. 

Bourne, Arthur Ernest, son of William Bourne, Esq., Oakfield, Ather- 
stone, aged 15, August 14. Left 187 1 2 . Wilson 

Died, 13 January, 1878. 

Mimtz, Charles Oscar, sixth son of Philip Henry Muntz, Esq., Edstone 
Hall, Henley-in-Arden, aged 14, March 20. Left I87l a . Moberly 
Exhibitioner, 1871. New College, Oxford, 1871. Died 26 August, 1872. 

Younghlisband, Arthur Delaval, eldest son of Gen. Robert ttomer Young- 
husband, Rugby, aged 12, November 30. Left 1871 2 . Town 

Balliol College, Oxford, 1875. Indian Civil Service, Bombay, 1877. Commissioner 
in Central Provinces, 1897. East India United Service Club. 

Palmes, Arthur Lindsay, second son of tho Rev. William Lindsay Palmes, 
Hornsea, Hull, aged 14, April 18. Left 1872 2 . Blake 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. 1877, M.A. 1879. Vicar of Bodmin, 1884-87 Vicar 
of St. Mary, Dover, 1894-1900. Rector of Saltwood, Hythe, Kent, from 1900. 

Maude, Henry, son of Thomas James Maude, Esq., Hillmorton R,oad, 
Rugby, aged 13, August 2. Left 187 1 3 . Town 

Indian Civil Service, Bengal, 1875. Divisional Judge, 1895. Retired, January 
1902. East India United Service Club. 

Tylden, Richard James, eldest son of the Rev. William Tylden, Stanford 
Kectory, Hythe, aged 14, August 5. Left 1871 1 . Moberly 

St. John's College, Oxford, B.A. 1876, M.A. 1879. J.P. for Kent. Captain and 
Hon. Major, Kent Yeomanry, from 1890. Of Milstead Manor, Sittingbourne. 

Eden, Chailes Page, eldest son of the Rev. Charles Page Eden, Aberford 
Vicarage, South Milford, aged 13, Oct. 20. Left J872 3 . Moberly 

Oriel College, Oxford, B A. 1877, M.A. 1894. Rector of Catsfield, Battle, 1882-93 
Vicar of Knighton, Leicestershire, from 1893. 

Steel, Charles Godfroy, fourth son of the Rev. Thomas Henry Steel. The 
Grove, Harrow, aged 13, February 18. Left 1873 2 . Wilson 

Exhibitioner, 1873. University College, Oxford, 1873, First Class, Classical 
Moderations, 1875, First Class, Final Classics, 1877, B.A. 1878, M.A 1880 
Assistant Master at Rugby, from 1878. 



280 Temple, 1858-69. 



Cobbold, Francis Alfred, son of Alfred Cobbold. Esq., Tower Street, 
Ipswich, aged 15, February 28. Left 1870 2 . Hutchinson 

St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1874. Admitted a Solicitor, 1877. Of 
Westbury Lodge, Ipswich. 

Fanshawe, Evelyn Leighton, third son of Admiral Sir Edward Gennys 
Fanshawe, G.C.B., 63, Eaton Square, London, aged 13, June 30. 
Left 1873 2 . \ Arnold 

Balliol College, Oxford, B.A. 1877. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1879. 
Athenaeum Club. 

Bowden Smith, Edmund Philip, son of the Rev. Philip Bowden Smith, 
Rugby, aged 13, April 8. Left 1872 2 . Blalce 

Entered the Army, 1872. Assistant Commissary-General with rank of Major, 
1885. Lieutenant-Colonel, 1890. Brevet-Colonel, 1898. At Cairo, 1902. 

Harrison, Frederick James, son of James Harrison, Esq., The Laund, 
Wallasey, Birkenhead, aged 14 Feb. 27. Left 1871 s . Slake 

A Shipowner. J.P. for Cheshire. High Sheriff, 1894. Of Maer Hall, Newcastle, 
Staffordshire. 

Brickwell, Charles Porter, eldest son of Charles John Brickwell, Esq., 
Overthorpe Lodge, Banbury, aged 12, Jan. 15. Left 1874 2 . .Burrows 

Wadham College, Oxford, B.A. and M.A. 1882. Rector of Buckland, Worcester- 
shire, 1889. Of Rettenden Grange, Battlesbridge, Essex. 

Trevelyan, William Bouverie, son of the Rev. William Pitt Trevelyan, 
Calverton, Bucks, aged 14, June 25. Left 1872 2 . Blake 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1876, M.A. 1880. Vicar of St. Matthew's, Great 
Peter Street, Westminster, from 1884. 

Napier, Arthur Sampson, eldest son of George Webster Napier, Esq.-, 
Alderley Edge, aged 14, August 30. Left 1871 2 . Arnold 

Exeter College, Oxford, Scholar, 1874-8, First Class, Natural Science, 1877, B.A. 
1878, M.A. 1881. Fellow of Merton College, 1885. A Professor at Berlin, 1878. 
Merton Professor of English Literature at Oxford, and Fellow of Merton College, 
1885. Editor of " History of the Holy Rood-tree," and other works. Of Head- 
ington Hill, Oxford. 

Clough, Charles Thomas, son of Thomas William Clough, Esq., Priest 
Royd, Huddersfield, aged 14, Dec. 23. Left 1871 2 . Hutchinson 

Exhibitioner, 1871. St. John's College, Cambridge, Scholar, 1871, First Class, 
Natural Science Tripos, 1874, B.A. 1875, M.A. 1878. .Employed on the Geological 
Ordnance Survey of Scotland. Of St. Anne's Mount, Polton, Midlothian. 

Cunliffe, Foster Lionel, fourth son of the late Brooke Cunliffe, Esq., 
Pensbury House, Shaftesbury. aged 13, April 20. Left 1870 3 . 

Hutchinson 

Gazetted to the Royal Artillery, 1873. Captain, 1883. Major, 1890. Lieutenant- 
Colonel, R.H.A., 1899. Served in the Affghan War, 1879-80. Medal. Of New- 
bridge, Ireland, 1902. Naval and Military Club. 

Pinhey, Robert William Spottiswoode, eldest son of Robert Hill Pinhey, 
Esq., afterwards Knight, Bombay, aged 14, February 2. Left 
1871 s . Hutchinson 

University College, Oxford, B.A. 1875. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 1877. 
Practising at Bombay. 

Williamson, Thomas, son of Robert Williamson, Esq., Sunny Bank, 
Ripon, aged 14, June 8 . Left 1 872 2 . Arnold 

Balliol College, Oxford, B.A. 1876. Deceased. 



Temple, 1858-69. 281 



Hyde, Henry Thomas, son of Lieut.-Col. Henry Hyde, R.E., The Mint, 
Calcutta, aged 14, August 4. Left 1872 2 . Hutchmson 

Trinity College, Cambridge, LL.B., 1876. Barrister-at-Law. Practising at 
Calcutta. 

Harris, Arthur, son of Alfred Harris, Esq., jun., Ashfield, Bingley, 

aged 13, October 29. Left 1871 1 . B. Smith 

Formerly a Solicitor. Of 25, Bucklersbury, Cheapside, and Bovey Tracey, Devon. 

Carpenter, Edward Stanley, only son of Oapt. Thomas Carpenter, R.N., 
4, Holland Road, Brighton, aged 13, Jan. 8. Left 1872 3 . B. Smith 

University College, Oxford, B.A. 1877, M.A. 1884. Vicar of Highcliffe, Christ- 
church, Hants, from 1895. 

Bonham-Carter, Francis Henry, second son of John Bonham-Carter, Esq., 
M.P., Adhurst St. Mary, Petersfield, aged 13, November 7. 
Left 1872 2 . B. Smith 

Trinity College, Cambridge. Died at Darjeeling, Bengal, 26 January, 1878. 

Bull, Herbert Arthur, son of William John Bull, Esq., (O.R. 1839), Harrow, 
aged 13, May 21. Left 1873 2 . Blake 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1877, M.A. 1881. Assistant Master at Wellington 
College, 1881. Ordained, 1884. Master of a Preparatory School. Wellington 
House, Westgate-on-Sea. 

Micholls, Edward Montefiore, eldest son of Horatio Micholls, Esq., 
Somerfield, Bowdon, Cheshire, aged 1 5, July 27. Left 1871 2 . Wilson 

New College, Oxford, B.A. 1875, M.A. 1880. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 
1875. Of 1, Tanfield Court, Temple, E.G., and 11, Queen's Gate, S.W. 

Yates, Edward Lowndes, son of the late William Lowndes Yates, Esq., 
Albert Street, Rugby, aged 14, February 15. Left 1870 3 . Town 
Passed into the Royal Military Academy, Woolwich. Died 27 April, 1881. 

Lomax, John Chadwick, second son of Thomas Lomax, Esq., 15, Clarendon 

Road, Kensington, aged 14, December 22. Left 1870 1 . Hutchinson 

Trinity Hall, Cambridge, B.A. 1875, M.A. 1880. An Artist. Of Darsham, Suffolk. 

Peters, Arthur Ernest, younger son of William Henry Peters, Esq., 

(O.R. 1828), Harefield, Lympstone, Exeter, aged 14, June 11. 

Left 1870 2 . Blake 

Gazetted to the Devonshire Regiment, 1874. Served in the Egyptian Campaign, 

1882, and died from the effects of the Campaign, 1883. 

Taylor, Wellesley, eldest son of John Taylor, Esq., Summerhill, Rawdon, 
Leeds, aged 14, November 19. Left 1870 3 . School 

Exeter College, Oxford, 1872. Junior Carlton Club. 

Moore, Arthur William, son of William Fyne Moore, Esq., Isle of Man, 
aged 14, February 6. Left 1872 2 . Wilson 

Trinity College, Cambridge, First Class, History Tripos, 1875, B.A. 1877, M.A. 1880. 
A Member of the House of Keys, 1885. Speaker from 1898. R.V.O. 1902. Author 
of " A History of The Isle of Man," and other works. Of Cronkbourne, Isle of Man. 

Rathbone, Arthur Benson, son of Benson Rathbone, Esq., Oakwood, 
Aigburth. Liverpool, aged 14. February 7. Left 1869 3 . B. Smith 
A Merchant in Liverpool. Of Oakwood, Aigburth. 

Matthews, John Gunter, son of Benjamin Matthews, St. Fagan's, Cardiff, 
aged 15, December 12. Left 1867 3 . B. Smith 

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282 Temple, 1858-69. 



Jalland, Boswell George, eldest son of Boswell Middleton Jalland, Esq., 
Holderness House, Hull, aged 14. May 23. Left 1870 2 . Arnold 

J.P. for Forfarshire. Of Ochterloney, Guthrie, Forfarshire. 

Duff, Robert, son of Robert Duff, Esq., Park Nook, Princes Park, Liverpool, 
aged 14, June 3. Left 1869 2 . Arnold 

A Merchant in Java. Died about 1885. 

Morgun-Payler, Egerton Payler, son of the Rev. Frederick Morgan- 
Pay ler, (O.R. 1816), Willey Rectory, Lutterworth, aged 13, Oct. 7. 
Left 1869 1 . Blake 

Gazetted to the Royal Scots, 1873. Captain, 1881, Major, 1893, Lieut.-Colonel, 1897. 
Junior United Service Club. 

Culshaw, William Henry, second son of William Culshaw, Esq., Rodney 
Street, Liverpool, aged 15, August 20. Left 1869 1 . Hutchinson 

Died at Chicago, 24 December, 1893. 

Tyser, Edward Jarratt, youngest son of George Dorman Tyser, Esq., 70, 
Westbourne Terrace, London, aged 13, November 3. Left 1872 3 . 

Moberly 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A., First Class Theological Tripos, 1877, M.A. 1880. 
Vicar of St. Mary's, Hull, 1892-8. Diocesan Missioner for Gloucestershire from 
1898. Of Ittrchwood, Heatbfield Hoad, Gloucester. 

Weale, Charles John Morey, only son of Charles James Weale, Esq., 
Hampton Wick, aged 13, December 29. Left 1872 3 . Burrows 

Gazetted to the 3rd Dragoon Guards, 1873. Resigned owing to family losses in 
1875, and enlisted in the 16th Lancers. Senior Corporal, and appointed by the War 
Office to be Sub-Inspector, British Honduras Frontier Constabulary, 1878. 
Ranching in the Argentine Republic, 1881-6. Assistant Secretary to Corporation 
of Foreign Bondholders from 1895. Kast India United Service Club. 

Jeffery, George Ernest, eldest son of George Augustus Jeffery, Esq , 
Trinity House, Eastbourne, aged 14, Feb. 9. Left 1871 2 . Wilson 

Trinity College, Cambridge, LL.B., 1875, First Class Law Tripos. University 
Eleven, 1874. Barrister-at-Law. Died 8 April, 1891. 

Champney, Charles Ernest, son of Thomas Frederick Champney, West- 
wood House, Beverley, aged 14, Feb 19. Left 1871 2 . Hutchinson 

Mann, Henry, eldest son 6f Henry Mann, Esq., Headenham, Bungay, 
aged 15, November 1, Left 1S69 2 . Burrows 

A Planter in India from 1872-1900. Died in India, October, 1900. 

Holden, Arthur Thomas, son of Thomas Holden, Esq.. Springfield, Bolton, 
aged 14, November 18. Left 1869 2 . Burrows 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1874. Practising at Bolton. Of Waterfoot, Bolton. 

Lefroy, Henry Bruce, son of the Hon. Antony O'Grady Lefroy, Perth, 
Western Australia, aged 14, March 24. Left 1871 2 . Arnold 

Settled in Western Australia. Elected a Member of the Legislative Assembly, 
1893. Minister of Education, 1897-8. Minister of Mines, 1898-1901. Agent 
General in London for Western Australia from July, 1901. Of Cambray, Perth, 
Western Australia, and 15, Victoria Street, Westminster. St. Stephen's Club. 

Hallett, Henry Arthur, son of the late Col. J. D Hallett, Rugby, aged 15, 
March 28. Left 1868 3 . Town 

Aberdeen University, M.B. 1873, M.R.C S., England, 1873. Practising at 
Kimbolton, Hunts, from 1875. 



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Caldecott, Andrew Edgar, eldest son of Edwin Caldecott, Esq., (O.K. 1844), 
Ingatestone, Essex, aged 13, February 12. Left 1872 1 . Burrows 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1876, M.A. 1879. Gazetted to the 3rd Dragoon 
Guards, 1877. Ordained, 1892. Rector of St. Magnus-the-Martyr, London 
Bridge, E.G., from 1898. Naval and Military Club. 

MacGregor, Alexander, third son of the late Walter Fergus MacGregor, 
Isq., Elm Lodge, Wavertree, Liverpool, aged 14, February 14. 
Left 187 1 2 - B. Smith 

B.A. and M.A. 1880. A Civil Engineer. Of 3, 



Corpus Christi College, Oxford, B. 
Collingham Gardens, London, W. 



Dendy, Charles Heathfield, son of the Rev. Samuel Dendy, Lattiford 
House, Wiucanton, aged 14, February 21. Left 1870 3 . B. Smith 
A Merchant. Of 85, Lexham Gardens, London, W. 

Dendy, Walter Fox, son of the above Eev. Samuel Dendy, aged 13, July 
29. Left 1871 1 . B. Smith 

Managing Director of a Cattle Ranche Company. Of Meeker, White River, 
Colorado, U.S.A. 

Allen, Edward Lancelot Baugh, second son of the Rev. Edmund Edward 
Allen, Rectory, Porthkerry, aged 14, Aug. 20. Left 1872 3 . Arnold 
Went to China. 

Finnerty, John Michael, son of Captain Charles Finnerty, Freemantle, 

Western Australia, aged 14, January 31. Left 1872 1 . Town 

Warden of Koolgardie Gold Fields, Western Australia, and Resident Magistrate. 

Finnerty, Arthur James, son of the above Captain Charles Finnerty, aged 
11, August 19. Left 1873 2 . Town 

A Squatter near Perth, Western Australia. 

Davenport, George Devereux, eldest son of Henry Devereux Davenport, 
Esq., Baling, aged 13, October 27. Left 1868 1 . School 

Wadham College, Oxford, B.A. 1876, M.A. 1879. Vicar of Marthall, Cheshire, 
1882-5. Vicar of Kewstoke, Weston-super-Mare, from 1895. 

Clarke, Reginald G-oode, son of William Clarke, Esq., 18, Kensington Park 
Gardens, London, aged 14, April 20. Left 1869 2 . Arnold 

Formerly a Solicitor in London. 

Adams, William Richard Goold, son of Richard Wallis Goold Adams, Esq , 
Jamesbrook, Cloyne, aged 14, August 30. Left 187 1 3 . Burrows 

Gazetted to the 1st Dragoon Guards, 1878. Captain, 1884. Major, 1891. Staff 
Paymaster. Retired with rank of Lieuteuaut-Colonel. Served in the Zulu War, 
1879. Medal with Clasp. With the Hazara Expedition, 1888. Medal with Clasp. 
Assumed the name of GOOLD-ADAMS. Of Jamesbrook, Cloyne, Co. Cork. 

Astley, Francis Edmund George, eldest son of the Rev. Benjamin Buckler 
Giffard Astley, Merevale, Atherstone, aged 14, Jan. 4. Left 1867 3 - 

B. Smith 

Skipwith, Archibald Peyton, son of Lionel Skipwith, Esq., (O.R. 1827), 
9, Marlborough Place, St. John's Wood, aged 14, August 27. 
Left 1868 3 . Burrows 

Died. May, 1891. 

Betts, Arthur Ashton, sou of Robert Spiken Betts, Esq., Holbeck Lodge, 
Horncastle, aged 13, December 31. Left 18 70 3 . B. Smith 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1876. Of Liversedge, Normantou. 



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Riley, Charles Campbell, son of Charles Riley, Esq., 39, Leinster Square, 
London, aged 13, June 12. Left 1871 1 . B. Smith 

St. John's College, Cambridge. Went to Australia, 1875, and has been settled in 
Queensland from 1882. J.P. Of Lanark, Clermont, Queensland. 

Baxter, Richard, son of the late Richard Baxter, Esq., 19, Leinster Gardens, 
London, aged 14, March 6. Left 1870 3 . School 

Trinity College, Cambridge. 

Mussabini, Edward, son of Pierre Mussabini, Esq., West Derby, Liverpool, 
aged 14, July 14. Left 1868 2 . Burrows 

Of 34, Grove Road, Norwich. 

Field, Henry, third son of Algernon Field, Esq., Blackdown Hill, Leam- 
ington, aged 13, December 1. Left 187 1 1 . School 

Wadham College, Oxford, B.A. 1874. Admitted a Solicitor, 1877. Of The Quarry, 
Leamington. 

Taylor, George Herbert, son of the Hon. George Noble Taylor, Calcutta, 
aged 13, September 5. Left 187 1 1 . School 

A Clerk in Child's Bank, 1, Fleet Street, London, B.C. 

Christie, William Francis, son of Mr. William Christie, 11, North Street, 
Rugby, aged 13, October 13. Left 1872 2 . Town 

Bayard, Robert Valentine, son of John Campbell Bayard, Esq., Hillmorton 
Lodge, Rugby, aged 8, Nov. 4. Left 1872 2 . Town and Burrows 
Died July, 1896. 

Davies, Thomas John, son of Mr. Thomas John Davies, Railway Station, 
Rugby, aged 12, April 19. Left 187 1 3 . Town 

A Civil Engineer, Midland Railway Company. Of Cleveland Villa, Sale Street, 
Derby. 

Davies, Frank Henry, son of the above Mr. Thomas John Davies, aged 10, 
September 24. Left 1872 2 . Town 

In business. Of 5, Castleford Road, Sparkhill, Birmingham. 

Stevenson, David, son of Mr. David Stevenson, Holly Lodge, Barby Road, 
Rugby, aged 14, August 15. Left 1868 2 . Town 

A Sailor. Died in the China Seas, from a fall from the mast-head to the deck of 
his ship, about 1898. 

Batley, George William, son of Mr. George Batley, Hillmorton Road, 
Rugby, aged 13, July 7. Left 1868 3 . Town 

ENTRANCES IN JANUARY, 1868, 

Thompson, Francis Dalzell, son of the late Edward Thompson, Esq., 
2, Alexandra Villas, Eastbourne, aged 15, August 9. Left 1870 3 . 

Arnold 
Formerly a Solicitor in London. Died 1898. 

Harrison, Nowel, son of Samuel J. Harrison, Esq., Richmond, Virginia, 
U.S.A., aged 16, July 6. Left 1868 2 . Moberly 

Tubb, Henry, son of the late Henry Michael Tubb, Esq., Bicester, aged 16, 
June 16. Left 1870 3 . Wilson 

A Banker at Bicester. Of Chesterton, Bicester. 



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Barrow, John, eldest son of Robert Philipson Barrow, Esq., Blackheath 
Park, Lewisharn, aged 13, January 11. Left L873 1 . Arnold 

St. John's College, Oxford, B.A. 1879. In business in London, 26, Old Broad 
Street, E.G. Of 50, Bedford Square, London, W.C. Oxford and Cambridge Club. 

Campbell, Henry Osborne, third son of Colin George Campbell, Esq., 
Stonefield, Tarbert, aged 14, January 16. Left 1873 2 . Arnold 

Balliol College, Oxford, 1873 Formerly in business at Bombay. Director of the 
Magdura Company, Tuticorin, and Negapatam, Madras Presidency. 

Bury, Henry Entwistle, son of Edward Bury, Esq., 26, Westbourne 
Square, London, aged 13, August 18. Left 1871 1 . Arnold 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1876. Of 47, Lincoln's Inn Fields, W.C., and 41, Rutland 
Gate, London, W. 

Livesey, Reginald, son of the late Joseph Livesey, Stourton Hill, Horn- 
castle, aged 14, January 9. Left 1869 1 . Wilson 

Taylor, Edmund Judkin, son of Thomas Terrett Taylor, Esq , The Mythe, 
Stoke Bishop, Bristol, aged 14, December 30. Left 1672 3 . Wilson 
Admitted a Solicitor, 1879. Town Clerk of Bristol from 1900. 

Simpson, William, son of William Simpson, Esq., New Walk, Leicester, 
aged 12, March 4. Left 1872 1 . Wilson 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1877. 

Harding, James John, eldest son of James Nott Harding, Esq., Solicitor, 
Barnstaple, aged 13, February 21. Left 1873 2 . School 

Magdalen College, Oxford, B.A. 1876. Admitted a Solicitor, 1880. Practising at 
Barnstaple. 

Johnston, John George, second son of Robert Henry Johnston, Esq., 
Westgate, Grantham, aged 13. March 13. Left 1873 2 . Blake 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. 1877 ; M.A. 1881. Master of a Preparatory School at 
Bournemouth. 

Frere, Alfred Vansittart, son of Charles Frere, Esq., Shirley, Croydon, 
aged 13, April 10. Left 1869 1 . Blake 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1877. Practised in Bombay, 1878-92. Barrister-at-Law, 
1893. Parliamentary Bar. Of 80, Palace Chambers, Westminster. 

Morris, Ed ward Cox well, son of the late Rev. Edward Morris, Brynmyrddin, 
Caermarthen, aged 13, September 7. Left 187 1 3 . School 

Gazetted to the 81st Foot, 1873. Captain, North Lancashire Regiment, 1881. 
Major, 1890. Retired. Served in the Affghan War, 1879. Medal. In the Zhob 
Valley Bxpeditional, 1884. Of 5, Sydney Place, Bath. Naval and Military Club. 

Evans, Charles Lee, son of the Rev, Charles Evans, Headmaster of King 
Edward's School, Birmingham, aged 14, Nov. 27. Left 1870 2 . School 
Of Norton Hall, Runcora. 

Fulton, George Wade Robertson, fourth son of John Williamson Fulton, 
Esq., Bradujle House, Lisburn, aged 14, Nov. 15. Left 1870 1 . School 

Gazetted to the Royal Artillery, 1873. Captain, 1883. Major, 1890. Lieutenant- 
Colonel, 1899. United Service Club. 

Margerison, Richard, son of the late Ellis Margerison, Esq., Bolton Royd, 
Manningham, Bradford, aged 15, April 16. Left 187 1 2 . B. Smith 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1875. F.R.C.S. Medical Officer of Winchester 
College. Of 37, Southgate Street, Winchester. 



286 Temple, 1858-69. 



Lloyd, Kmest Octavius. son of the late Richard Harman Lloyd, Esq., 
(O.R. 1821), Upper Tooting, aged 14, September 19. Left 
1871 3 . Hutchinson 

Of 7, Finch Lane, London, B.C. 

Leigh, Arthur Egerton, fifth son of Colonel Egerton Leigh M.P., Jodrell 
Hall, Middlewich, aged 14, November 5. Left 1872 3 . Arnold 

Brasenose College, Oxford, B.A. 1877. A Manufacturer at Crewkerne. J.P. for 
Dorset. Of The Manor House, Sherborne, Dorset. St. James' Club. 

Milner, Dudley Francis, fourth son of Sir William Milner, Bart., 
Nunappleton, Tadcaster, aged 13, March 9. Left 1870 3 . Arnold 
Exeter College, Oxford, 1872. Died 1881. 

Dalton, Edward Ripley, son of Edward Dalton, Esq., 16, Porchester Square, 
London, aged 14, June 5. Left 1872 2 . B Smith 

Trinity College, Cambridge, LL.B. 1876, LL.M. 1879. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's 
Inn, 1878. Of 8, Stone Buildings, Lincoln's Inn, London, W.C. United 
University Club. 

Masoil, Thomas Henry, son of the Rev. John Mason Mason, Whitfield 
Rectory, Carlisle, aged 13, May 7. Left 1870 3 . Moberly 

Stobart, Douglas Wylde. son of William Stobart, Esq., Cocken Hall, 
Fencehouses, Durham, aged 15, Nov. 23. Left 1869 3 . Hutchinson 

Vesey, Eustace Allix, son of the late Arthur Vesey, Esq., Lawrence Court. 
Huntingdon, aged 14, September 12. Left 1869 3 . School 

Ordained, 1888. Incumbent of Georgetown, Niagara, Ontario, 1902. 

King, Mortimer James, son of Col. Henry King, 136, Leadenhall Street, 
London, aged 15, January 1. Left 1870 2 . Moberly 

A Station Manager in Queensland. 

Sidebottom, Lialph Yardley, son of the late Ralph Sidebottom, Esq., Mill- 
brook House, Hadfield, Manchester, aged 14, Augusfc 31. Left 
1869 s . B. Smith 

Of Alderley Edge, Manchester. 

Hopkins, Manley Ogden, son of Edward Martin Hopkins, Esq., 66, Cum- 
berland Street, London, aged 14, October 23. Left 1871*. Blake 

Gazetted to the Royal Artillery, 1873. Captain, 1882. Major, 1890. Lieutenant- 
Colonel, 1899. Served in the Affghan War, 1880. Medal. Of 109, Cathedral 
Road, Cardiff. Army and Navy Club. 

WMtehead, Edward Hugh, son of John Whitehead, Esq , 30, Inverness 
Terrace, London, aged 14, September 5 Left 1871*. Blake 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1877. Of 20, Old Queen Street, Westminster. 

Smith, Alfred Vanwaterschoodt Lucie, son of John Lucie Smith, Esq , 
George Town, Dernerara, aged 14, January 9. Left 1871 3 . School 

A Solicitor, British Guiana, 1877. Barrister-at-Law, Middle Temple, 1881. 
District Judge at Famagusta, 1887, and at Limassol, Cyprus, 1892. Resident 
Magistrate, Kingston, Jamaica, from 1896. 

Partington, James Edge, son of William Henry Partington, Esq., Egerton 
Lodge, Fallowfield, Manchester, aged 13, February 6. Left 1871 3 . 

B. Smith 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1877. Joint Author of " The Ethnographical Album of the 
Pacific Islands." Of Park Hall, Braintree. Royal Societies Club. 



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Smith, William Walter, son of William Smith, Esq., Welbank, Prestwich, 
Manchester, aged 14, November 24. Left 1872 2 . Hutehinson 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A., 1876. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1877. 

Burbidge, John, son of Mr. John Burbidge, 30, Sheep Street, Rugby, 
aged 12, April 11. Left 187 1 3 . Town 

Stock and Share Broker, Solihull. 

Bulpett, Arthur Dolbin, second son of George Bulpett, Esq., Sandgate, 
Chertsey, aged 14, November 23. Left 1871 3 . Wilson 

Exeter College, Oxford, 1872. Gazetted to the Derbyshire Regiment, 1875. 
Captain, 1883, Major, 1892, Lieuten mt-Colonel, 1896. Junior United Service Club. 

Jordan, Frederick Harry, son of Mr. James Jordan, 20, Little Church 
Street, Rugby, aged 11, February 18. Left 1875 2 . Town 

Christ's College, Cambridge, Scholar, 1&75. Manager in Messrs. Lloyds Bank, 
Temple Row, Birmingham. 

Purvis, Alexander Kennedy, third son of Arthur Purvis, Esq., Darsham 
House, Saxmundham, aged 14, January 15. Left 1872 3 . Burroivs 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1877. Assumed the name of KKNNEDY PURVIS, 1880. In the 
Charity Commission, Whitehall, from 1884. 

Field, Henry Cromwell, son of Alfred Field, Esq., Learn, Leamington, 
aged 15, January 17. Left 1870 3 . School 

A Merchant in Birmingham, from 1872. J.P., 1896. Vice-Chairman, Birmingham 
Chamber of Commerce. Of Counlands, Westbourne Road, Edgbaston. 

De la Rue, Thomas, son of William Frederick De la Rue, Esq., 110, Bun- 
hill Row, London, aged 12, April 6. Left 1872 3 . School 

Gazetted to the 4th King's Own Regiment, 1875. Captain, 1883. Ketired, 
invalided, 1887. Of 16, Somers Place, Hyde Park, London, W. 

Arbuthnot, Reginald James Hugh, son of William Urqnhart Arbuthnot, 
Esq., Bridgea Place, Bexley, aged 14, June 2. Left 1871 3 . Blake 

In business in Madras, 1884-96. Of 79, Ashley Gardens, Victoria Street, London, S. W. 

Challinor, William Edward, son of William Challinor, Esq., Pickwood, 
Leek, Staffordshire, aged 15, Sept. 3. Left 1868 2 . Hutehinson 
King's College, London, 1869-71. A Colliery Director. Of Pickwood, Leek. 

Vecqueray, Edward Guillaume, son of John William Joseph Vecqueray. 
Esq., Rugby, aged 14, November 26. Left 1870 2 . School 

A Civil Engineer. Of Heathfield, Gleuluce Road, Blackheath. 

Robinson, Edward, son of Mr. William Robinson, 16, High Street, Rugby, 
aged 14, September 17. Left 1870 2 . Town 

Studied Chemistry at Birmingham. Was a Dispenser in the Naval Service. Died 
some years ago. 

Savage, Francis William, son. of Mr. John Smith Savage, 49, Church 
Street, Rugby, aged 15, August 9. Left 1870 3 . Town 

Burbidge, Thomas Henry, son of Mr. John Burbidge, 30, Sheep Street, 
Rugby, aged 11, November 25. Left 1873 2 . Town 

Manager of Metropolitan and Birmingham Bank, Chipping Norton. 

Brocklebank, Harold Arthur, son of Thomas Brocklebank, Esq., after- 
wards Baronet, Springwood, Woolton, Liverpool, aged 14, 
November 24. Left 1870 2 . Schoo 

Of 4, Fulwood Park, Aigburth, Liverpool. 



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White, John Claude, son of John White, Esq., M.D., Calcutta, aged 14, 
October 1. Left 1868 2 . School 

Cooper's Hill College, 1874. Indian Public Works Department, 1876. Executive 
Engineer, Sekkim, from 1900. 

Baker, John Herbert, son of John Baker, Esq. ,13, Russell Square, London, 
aged 13, April 23. Left 1868 3 . School 

Wade, Frederick, son of Col. Hamlet Coote Wade, Hauxwell Hall, Bedale, 
Yorkshire, aged 14. November 19. Left, 1868 3 . School 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1877, M.A. 1880. Assumed the additional 
name of DALTON. Rector of Hauxwell, Bedale, from 1892. 

Dummett, William Joseph, son of Jeremiah Dummett, Esq., 19, Craven 
Hill. London, aged 13, April 16. Left 1870 3 . School 

Died before 1891. 

Andrews, Herbert William, son of Mr. Alfred Andrews, 20, Church Street, 
Rugby, aged 11, June 12. Left 1872 3 . Town 

Ordained, 1883. Curate of Weston Longueville, Norwich, from 1901. 

Hands, Charles William, son of Mr. Martin Hands, 8, Market Place, 
Rugby, aged 10, July 10. Left 1873 2 . Town 

Formerly a Wine Merchant. Accidentally shot himself, 20 July, 1901. 

Millington, Frederick Gray, son of the late John Millington, Esq., North 
Street, Rugby, aged 13, August 28. Left 1869 s . Town 

A Solicitor. Died at Eastbourne, 22 October, 1891. 

Holloway, William John, son of Mr. Thomas Holloway. 29, High Street, 
Rugby, aged 13, June 19. Left 1869 2 . Town 

Taylor, Harry Ashworth, eldest son of Sir Henry Taylor, K.C.M,G., The 
Uplands, East Sheen, aged 13, July 3. Left 1872 1 . Arnold 

Trinity College, Oxford, 1873. Formerly in the 47th Foot. A Queen's Messenger, 
1883. Of 1, Comeragh Road, West Kensington. Boodle's Club. 

Gant, Tetley, eldest son of James Greaves Tetley Gant, Esq., Clifton 
Villas. Bradford, Yorkshire, a<?ed 14, July 19. Left 1872 2 . Arnold 

St. John's College, Oxford, B.A. 1877, M.A. 1879. Barrister-at-Law, Inner 
Temple, 1883. Practising in Tasmania, from 1885. Member of Legislative 
Council. Of Collins Street, Hobart, Tasmania. 

Wilson, Robert Charles Dighton.son of the late Robert Eden Wilson, Esq., 
Bishopton, Ripon, aged 14, February 9. Left 1868 1 . B. Smith 

Gazetted to the 60th Foot, 1873. Captain, King's Royal Rifles, 1882. Retired. 
Served in the Affghan War, 1879-80, Actions of Ahmed Khel and Urzoo, March 
from Cabul to Kandahar and Battle of 1 September, and Mari Expedition. 
Medal with Two Clasps, and Bronze Star. Served in the Transvaal Campaign, 
1881 , acting as D. A A. and Q.M.G. Army and Navy Club. 

Ellis, Walter Bowley, son of Alfred Ellis, Esq., Belgrave, Leicester, 
aged 13, February 8. Left 1869 3 . School 

Raffles, Thomas Stamford, son of Thomas Stamford Raffles, Esq., Liver- 
pool, aged 14, July 11. Leffcl868 2 . Moberly 

Clare College, Cambridge, B.A. 1879, M.A. 1883. Rector of Langham, Colchester, 
from 1887. 



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ENTRANCES IN MAY, 1868. 

Perry, Charles Copland, son of Dr. Walter Copland Perry, Ph.D., Bonn- 
on-Rhine, aged 14, December 27. Left 1869 1 . Wilson 

New College, Oxford, B.A. 1875, M.A. 1881. Ph.D. Germanic Languages and 
Classics, Marburg University, Prussia, 1892. Author of " German Elementary 
Education," 1887 ; and other Works. United Universities Club. 

Nash, Edward Henry, eldest son of Henry Fleetwood Nash, Esq., Upton 
Lea, Slough, aged 14, December 28. Left 1872 2 . B. Smith 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. 1876. Admitted a Solicitor, 1879. Of 6, Raymond 
Buildings, Gray's Inn, London, and Hurstleigh, Harrow. 

Hodgson, Francis Roger, eldest son of the Rev. Richard Hodgson, Pilton 
Rectory, Onndle. aged 14. October 17. Left 1872 3 . Blake 

Corpus Christi College, Oxford, B.A. 1876, M.A. 1883. Archdeacon of Zanzibar, 
1882. University Missionary in Central Africa, 1877-80. Organizing Secretary, 
Universities Mission to Central Africa from 1893. Of Zanzibar Cottage, Exeter. 

Byrne, Charles Rodewald, son of Thomas Byrne, Esq., 31, Bedford Street, 
Liverpool, aged 14, August 7. Left 1871 1 . Arnold 

Francis, Arthur Stopford, son of Frederick Francis, Esq., Warley Place, 
Brentwood, aged 13, June 14. Left 1872 2 . Wilson 

Formerly a Solicitor in London. 

Pilkington, John Ormerod, son of William Ormerod Pilkington, Esq., 
The Willows, Ashton, Preston, aged 14, April 20. Left 
1869 3 . Arnold 

Trinity Hall, Cambridge, B.A. 1875, M.A. 1878. Barrister-at-Law, Middle 
Temple, 1877. Northern Circuit. Of 11, King's Bench Walk. United 
Universities' Club. 

Macnamara, Henry Danvers, eldest son of Francis Macnamara, Esq., 
Calcutta, aged 13, May 24. Left 1868 s . Blake 

Magdalen College, Oxford, B.A. 1878, M.A. 1881. Rector of St. James, Garlick- 
hithe, with St. Michael, Queenhithe, from 1892. Hon. Minor Canon of St. Paul's, 
1893. Priest in Ordinary to the King, 1901. 

Garnett-Botfield, Walter Dubbon, third son of the Rev. William Bishton 
Garnett-Botfield, Decker Hill, Shifnal, Shropshire, aged 13, 
June 16. Left 187 1 1 . Wilson 

Gazetted to the Royal Artillery, 1874. Captain, 1883. Major, 1891. Retired. 
Served in the Transvaal Campaign, 1881. Of King's Mead, Broadstairs. 

S helm er dine, Nathaniel, only son of Nathaniel Shelmerdine, Esq., 
Beechfield, Weaste, Manchester, aged 15, June 29. Left 
1871 1 . Hutchinson 

Exeter College, Oxford, B.A. 1875, M.A. 1878. Rector of Great Comberton, 
Pershore, from 1887. 

Brownfield, Edward Arthur, son of William Brownfield, Esq., Chatterley 

House, Hanley, aged 14, May 7. Left 1872 2 . Hutchinson 

A Manufacturer at Stoke-on-Trent. Of Rock House, Barlaston, Stoke-on-Trent. 

Buxton, Alfred Fowell, son of Thomas Fowell Buxtoii, Esq., West Ham, 
London, E., aged 14, March 28. Left 1873 2 . Blake 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1877. A Partner in Prescott, Cave, Buxton 
and Co., Bankers, 50, Cornhill. Of 32, Great Cumberland Place, London, W. 
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Cholmondeley, Hugh Cecil, son of Col. Thomas Grenville Cholmondeley, 
(O.E. 1832), Abbotts Moss, Northwich, aged 15, December 1. 
Left 1870 3 . School 

Formerly Captain, Rifle Brigade. Served in the Affghan War, 1878-9. Medal 
with Clasp. 

Warner, William Pochiu, third son of Edward Warner, Esq., Quorn Hall, 
Loughborough, aged 14, February 1. Left 1872 1 . School 

Formerly Captain, 18th and 19th Hussars. Retired 1883. J.P. and D.L. for 
Leicestershire. High Sheriff, 1898. Of Langton Hall, Market Harborough. 
Army and Navy Club. 

Sargant, Edmund Bealey, son of Henry Sargant, Esq., 56, Belsize Park 
Gardens, London, aged 13, March 19. Left 1872 2 . Arnold 



Trinity College, Cambridge, Scholar 1875, B.A., 7th Wrangler, 1878, First Class, 
Natural Science Tripos, 1879, M.A. 1881. Silver Medallist for Chemistry, 
University College, London. Director of Education, Transvaal Colony, from 1901. 

Bence-Jones, William Francis, son of William Bence-Jones, Esq., Lisselan, 
Clonakilty, Cork, aged 12, March 9. Left 1871 3 . School 

Exeter College, Oxford, B.A. 1878. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1883, 
Killed by the accidental explosion of a gun, 19 November, 1883. 

Westfeldt, Patrick McKloskie, son of George Westfeldt, Esq., Mobile, 
U.S.A., aged 13, May 25. Left 1871 1 . School 

A Merchant in New York and New Orleans. P.O. Box 601, New Orleans. 

Harvey, Edgar William, son of Edgar Harvey, Esq., Aigburth, Liverpool, 
aged 13, July 2. Left 1869. 1 Burrows 

Died in New Zealand. 

Falk, Herman John, eldest son of Herman Eugene Falk, Esq., 11, Lord 
Street, Liverpool, aged 13, March 18. Left 1872 1 . Moberly 

New College, Oxford, B A. 1876, M.A. 1880. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 
1882. Of 18, Parkfield Road, Princes Park, Liverpool. 

Bean, Alfred William Thomas, son of Alfred William Bean, Esq., Danson 
Park, Welling, Kent, aged 14, March 15. Left 1870 3 . Arnold 

A Civil Engineer. Member Inst. C.E. and P.I.I. Of 47, Princes Square, 
London, W. Junior Carlton Club. 

Anstey, Wilfred, son of George Alexander Anstey, Esq., 120, Avenue des 
Champs Elysee"s, Paris, aged 1 5, January 30. Left 1869 2 . B. Smith 

Ker, Edward George, son of David Stewart Ker, Esq., Montalto, Ballina- 
hinch, Ireland, aged 14, June 5. Left 1869 2 . Moberly 

Died before 1886. 

Hargreaves, Frank, son of William Hargreaves, Esq., Darley Hall, 
Farnworth, Bolton, aged 15, December 9. Left 1869 1 . B. Smith 

Eidley, Charles Parker, son of Col. John Henry Ellis Ridley, East 
Barracks, Aldershot, aged 12, May 12. Left 1872 3 . Wilson 

Gazetted to the 98th Foot, 1873. Captain Manchester Regiment, 1879. Major, 
1884. Lieutenant-Colonel, 1895. Colonel, 1899. Served in the Egyptian War, 
1882, with the Manchester Regiment. Medal and Khedive's Star. In the 
Miranzai Expedition, 1891. Medal and Clasp. Served in the Boer War, 1899-1901. 
C.B. 1901. Brigadier-General commanding South African Constabulary, 1901. 
Naval and Military Club. 

Medley, Frank Howard, son of Francis William Medley, Esq., St. Michael's, 
Aigburth, aged 13, June 17. Left 1871 8 . Hutchinson 

Formerly in business in Liverpool. Died at St. Brelade's Bay, Jersey, 6 August, 1894 



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Lyon, Alfred Charles, son of Frederick Lyon, Esq., Mollington Hall, 
Chester, aged 14, March 15. Left 1869 3 . School 

J.P. for Shropshire. Of Albrighton Hall, Wolverhampton. 

McCrea, Arthur Selby, son of Henry Charles McCrea, Esq., Warley House, 
Halifax, aged 14, January 18. Left 1872 1 . Arnold 

Bourchier, Beverley Newcomen Edwards, elder son of the late Hev. Thomas 
Bourchier, Rugby, aged 12, May 19. Left 1872V Town 

Formerly Farming in Canada. Died at Bedford about 1895. 

Stokes, Russell, son of Henry Graham Stokes, Esq., ttt. John's Park, 
Blackheath, aged 13, May 30. Left 1870 1 . Arnold 

Clerk in the Chinese Maritime Customs, from 1877. Died 6 August, 1895. 

Tunnard, Henry Stopford, son of Captain Bartholomew Tunnard, Rugby, 
aged 12, January 12. Left 1873 3 . Town 

Gazetted to the 27th Foot, 1874. Captain, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, 1880. 
Paymaster, Royal North Lancashire Regiment, 1884. Secretary to King's 
College Hospital, London, 1902. 

Monro, Frederick Hugh, son of Henry Monro, Esq., M.D., 13, Cavendish 
Square, London, aged 14, May 22. Left 1871 3 . Burrows 

Died about 1875. 

Lewthwaite, William, eldest son of William Lewthwaite, Esq., Broadgate, 
Broughton-in-Furness, aged 14, October 29. Left 1872 2 . Burrows 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1876. J.P. and D.L. for Cumberland. Of 
Broadgate Hall, Broughton-in-Furness. 

Nicholson, George Stuart, son of the late Captain William Smith 
Nicholson, Chitley, Liphook, aged 13, Oct. 23. Left 1870 1 . B.Smith 

Gazetted to the 7th Foot, 1875. Captain, 1884. Served in the Zulu War, 1879. 
Medal. Died in London, 13 August, 1888. 

Yates, John Lowndes, son of the late William Lowndes Yates, Esq., 
Albert Street, Rugby, aged 13, October 26. Left 1870 3 . Town 

Trinity Hall, Cambridge. Barrister-at-Law, Middle Temple, 1877. Northern 
Circuit. Died 23 July, 1889. 

Grrisewood, Arthur George, second son of Henry Grisewood, Esq., 15, 
Chesham Place, London, aged 13, March 7. Left 1873 3 . Wilson 

Christ Church, Oxford, B.A. 1877, M.A. 1880. Rector of Daylesford, Chipping 
Norton, from 1882. Junior Constitutional Club. 

ENTRANCES IN SEPTEMBER, 1868. 

Chalmers, Dalzell Henry John, son of the Rev. Frederick Skene Courtenay 
Chalmers, Beckenham Rectory, Kent, aged 17, June 13. Leftl869 2 . 

Burrows 

Formerly a Solicitor. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1895. Of 1, New Court, 
Temple, B.C. 

Edwards, Thomas Herbert, eldest son of Thomas Grandage Edwards, Esq., 

Sandown Park, Wavertree, aged 13, Sept. 24. Left 1872 2 . Moberly 

Exhibitioner, 1872. Balliol College, Oxford, 1872. Of 13, Croxteth Road, Liverpool. 

Christie, George Robert Francis, son of William Dougal Christie, Esq., 
32, Dorset Square, London, aged U, Sept. 11. Left 1871 3 . Eltee 



292 Temple, 1858-69. 



Southwell, Horace Baden, eldest son of Thomas Martin Southwell, Esq., 
Castle House, Bridgnorth, aged 16, Jan. 17. Left 1870 3 . Hutchinson 

Exeter College, Oxford, B.A. 1874, M.A, 1878. Died at Fairfield, Bridgnorth, 
2 January, 1895. 

Ashwell, Arthur Thomas, son of Thomas Ashwell, Esq., Waverley Street, 
Nottingham, aged 15, February 8. Left 187 1 2 . Wilson 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1884. Practising at Nottingham. Of St. Peter's Gate, 
Nottingham. 

MOSS, Arthur Spence, son of William Henry Moss, Esq., 4, Kingston 
Terrace, Hull, aged 15, June 9. Left 1870 2 . Wilson 

A Civil Engineer. Formerly in the Straits Settlements. Assumed the additional 
name of BLUNDBLL. Practising in London, 1902. 

Scholfield, Henry Walter Bourchier, only son of Henry Daniel Scholfield, 
Esq., M.D., Kant Cribba, Welshpool, aged 13, May 31. School 

Brasenose College, Oxford, B.A. 1878, M.A. 1882. 

Crawfurd, Gibbs Payne, eldest son of the Rev. Charles Walter Payne 
Crawfurd, East Court, East Grinstead, aged 14, August 6. 
Left 1872 s . School 

Corpus Christi College, College, Oxford, B.A. 1876, M.A. 1880. Vicar of Bicester, 
from 1894. 

Browett, Thomas, son of Thomas Browett, Esq., Coventry, aged 14, 
December 20. Left 1872 1 . Hutchinson 

A Manufacturer in Coventry. 

Egerton, Hugh Edward, sixth son of Edward Christopher Egerton, Esq., 
M.P., 45, Eaton Place, London, aged 13, April 19. Left 1872 2 . 

School 

Corpus Christi College, Oxford, First Class, Final Classics, 1876, B.A. and M.A. 
1881. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1880. J.P. for London. Of 11, Tite Street, 
Chelsea. Athenaeum Club. 

Isherwood, Frederick Augustus, son of Richard Ramsbottom Isherwood, 
Esq., Guisnes Court, Kelvedon, aged 15, July 9. Left 1870 3 . 

Hutchinson 

Died, 1892. 

Napier, Thomas Bateman, son of Richard Clay Napier, Esq., West Cliff, 
Preston, aged 14, July 11. Left 1870 3 . Wilson 

London University, LL.B. 1880, First Class Common Law and Equity LL D 
1883. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1883. J.P. for Middlesex. Author of 
legal works. Of 7, New Square, Lincoln's Inn. Reform Club. 

Master, Arthur Cornewall Chester, fourth son of Thomas William Chester 
Master, Esq., The Abbey, Cirencester, aged 14, July 25. Left 
1870 2 . B. Smith 

In the firm of Cook, Master, and Co., 1, Jeffery Square, London, E.G. 

Price, Arthur Rokeby, son of Hall Rokeby Price, Esq., 1, Cowper's Court, 
Cornhill, London, aged 14, March 5. Left 1871 3 . Hutchinson 

A Stockbroker in London. Of 1, Cowper's Court, Cornhill, E.G.. and Clemen- 
thorpe, St. Albans, Herts. 

Darbishire, Godfrey, only son of Robert Dukinfield Darbishire, Esq., 

Manchester, aged 14, September 26. Left 1872 s . B. Smith 

Balliol College, Oxford, 1872. A Civil Engineer. Died in Florida, October, 1889. 



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Fowle, William Hugh, son of Thomas Everett Fowle, Esq., Chute Lodse, 
Andover, Hants, aged 15, April 6. Left 1872 2 . B. Smith 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1876. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 1879. 
J.P. for Wilts. Of Chute Lodge, Chute Forest, Andover. 

Scott, Alexander Nairne, third son of James Nairne Scott, Esq., Black- 
heath Park, aged 13, March 22. Left 1871 2 . School 

Exeter College, Oxford, B.A. 1878, M.A. 1881. Vicar of Stratton St. Margaret, 
Wilts, 1895-9. Vicar of St. John's, Clifton, Bristol, from 1899. 

Hoare, Arthur, fifth son of Thomas Rolls Hoare, Esq., Sea View, Isle of 
Wight, aged 15, November 30. Left 1870 1 . Arnold 

Christ Church, Oxford, 1871. J.P. for Gloucestershire. Of Trull, Tetbury, 
Gloucestershire. Boodle's Club. 

Gordon, George William Webb, son of the late George William Gordon, 
Esq., (O.K. 1843), Westgate, Louth, aged 13, March 29. Left 
1869 1 . Elsee 

Died at Louth, Lincolnshire, 1887. 

Pratt, Arthur Spencer, eldest son of Spencer Pratt, Esq., Stan wick 
House, Higham Ferrers, aged 13, April 26. Left 1871 1 . Wilson 

Gazetted to the Royal Artillery, 1874. Captain, 1883. Major, 1891. Lieutenant- 
Colonel, 1900. C.B. Of Stan wick House, Higham Ferrers. Army and Navy Club. 

Higgin, John Edward, eldest son of Thomas Higgin, Esq., Lansdowne 
House, Huyton, Liverpool, aged 14, Sept. 3. Left 1872 2 . Moberly 

In business at Liverpool, 1872-77, at St. Louis, U.S.A , 1877-82, and at Northwich, 
1882-89. Of Broughton Bank, Grange-over-Sands. 

Pearson, William Laurence Wemyss. second son of the Hon. Francis 
Boyle Pearson, Agra, aged 14, July 11. Left 1870 2 . Arnold 

Pembroke College, Oxford, 1874. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1881. Of 3, 
Harcourt Buildings, Temple, London, E.G. 

Banks, Edward Byng, son of William Banks, Esq., 119, Rue de la Tour, 
Passy, Paris, aged 13, June 20. Left 1873 3 . Moberly 

Oldham, Hugh Falconer, son of Dr. Thomas Oldham, Calcutta, aged 15, 
January 11. Left 187 1 1 . Town 

Trinity College, Dublin, M.A. M.D. Of Calton Cottage, Morecambe. 

Crosse, Charles William, third son of the late Edmund Crosse, Esq., 28, 
Princes Square, London, aged 14-, June 13. Left 1873 2 . Burrows 

Trinity College, Oxford, 1873. Gazetted to the 1st Dragoon Guards, 1876, and to 
the 6th Dragoons, 1878. Captain, 1883. Major, 1890. Retired, 1894. Served in 
the Transvaal Campaign, 1881. Naval and Military Club. 

Nicolls, Edward Richard Jefferys, only son of the late Major Richard 

Nicolls, 23, Cadogan Place, London, aged 14, February 27. Left 

- 1872 s . Elsee 

Christ Church, Oxford, B A. 1878, M.A. 1881. Rector of Knipston, Grantham, 
from 1884. 

Williams, Butler Hill, son of John Hill Williams, Esq., 12, Waterloo 
Place, London, aged 14, April 7. Left 1869 3 . Elsee 

Egerton, William Henry, son of Robert Eyles Egerton, Esq., afterwards 

K.C.S.I., Murree, Punjaub, aged 14, March 2. Left 1869 8 . Moberly 

In the Financial Department, Government of India. Died in Burmah, April, 1899. 



294 Temple, 1858-69. 



Harrison, John Simons, son of John Crowther Harrison, Esq., Kingstree 
House, Cottingham, Hull, aged 14, Oct. 12. Left 1871 3 . Hutchinson 

Hon. Secretary of the Holderness Hunt. Has a Stud Farm at Cottingham, Hull- 
Of Hurn Lodge, Beverley. Isthmian Club. 

Maclaren, David Bannerman, son of James Maclareri, Esq., Whalley 
Range, Manchester, aged 15, June 13. Left 1870 3 . Hutchinson 
In South America. 

Rouse, Robert Cecil, son of William Rouse, Esq., Burley House, Burley- 
in-Wharfedale, aged 15, June 19. Left 1870 2 . Hutchinson 

Exeter College, Oxford, 1872. 

Cassavetti, Alexander, only son of the late Demetrius Cassavetti, 38, 
/jU-13 Gloucester Gardens, London, aged 14, June 25. Left 1873 1 . Wilson 
New College, Oxford, B.A. 1876, M A. 1881. 

Groom, Arthur John, son of John Groom, Esq., Congham, Lynn, Norfolk, 
aged 15, January 23. Left 1870 3 . B. Smith 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1875. Rector of Ashwicken-with-Leziate, 
King's Lynn, from 1878. 

Tahourdin, Graham, sixth son of Charles Tahourdin, Esq., 29, Cleveland 
Gardens, London, aged 14, June 14. Left 1873 2 . Burrows 

St. John's College, Oxford, B.A. 1877. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1880. 
Formerly on the staff of the Timet. Of 1, Mitre Court Buildings, Temple, 
London, B.C. 

Ashton, Thomas Gair, eldest son of Thomas Ashton, Esq., Ford Bank, 
Didsbury, aged 13, February 5. Left 1874 2 . Elsee 

University College, Oxford, B.A. 1878, M.A. 1882. M.P. for the Hyde Division of 
Cheshire, 1885-6, and for the Luton Division of Bedfordshire, from 1895. Of 
Hyde, Cheshire, and 39, Princes Gardens, London, S.W. Reform Club. 

Cornish, William Hunter, eldest son of William Robert Cornish, Esq., 
Madras, aged 13, February 6. Left 1873 2 . Hutchinson 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. 1876. Gazetted to the 33rd Foot 1878. Captain, 
Bengal Staff Corps, 18 . Assistant Secretary in Foreign Department of Governor- 
General of India. Died at Simla, 7 April, 1892. 

Denman, George Lewis, eldest son of the Hon. George Denman, M.P., 
afterwards Judge of the High Court of Justice, London, aged 14, 
May 5. Left 1872 2 . School 

Trinity College, Cambridge, LL.B. 1876, LL.M. 1879. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's 
Inn, 1877. Recorder of Queenborough, 1882. A London Police Magistrate, from 
1890. Of 8, Cranley Gardens, London, W. Athenaeum Club. 

Howell, John Aneurin, second son of the Rev. David Howell, St. John's 
Vicarage, Cardiff, aged 15, December 19. Left 1871 3 . Burrows 

Jesus College, Oxford, B.A. 1877, M.A. 1830. Vicar of Dwygyvylchi, Penmaen- 
mawr, 1881-24, and of St. Bede's, Toxteth Park, Liverpool, from 1894. 

Walls, Richard Arthur, eldest son of the Rev. Richard George Walls, 
Boothby Hall, Spilsby, aged 13, March 6. Left 1874 s . Arnold 

Brasenose College, Oxford, B.A. 1878. Rector of Letchworth, Hitchin, Herts, 
from 1886. 

Capel-Cure, Francis, second son of Robert CapeUCure, Esq., 5, Old Square, 
Lincoln's Inn, aged 13, December 3. Left 1869 s . Blake 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. 1878. Admitted a Solicitor, 1880. J.P. for Shrop- 
shire. Of Badger Hall, Shropshire. United Universities' Club. 



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, George Sherman Kilworth, younger son of Henry Heather Bigg, Esq., 
56, Wimpole Street, London, aged 1 4, June 5. Left 187 1 1 . Burrows 

Middlesex Hospital, 1871. F.R C.S. and L.S.A. Surgeon-Captain, Army Medical 
Staff. Author of "The Anglo-Indian's Health," and other works. Of 169, Vic- 
toria Street, London, S.W. Junior United Service Club. 

Brooks, William, eldest son of Thomas Brooks, Esq, afterwards Lord 
Crawshaw, Crawshaw Hall, K aw ten stall, Manchester, aged 14, 
October 1 6. Left 1872 3 . Burrows 

Christ Church Oxford, B.A. 1876, M.A. 1886. J.P. for Lancashire. Of Crawshaw 
Hall, Rawtenstall, Lancashire. New University Club. 

Mack, Philip Paston, third son of the late John Mack, Esq., Paston, North 
Walsham, aged 14, March 20. Left 1871 2 . B. Smith 

Formerly in the 12th Lancers. Retired as Captain, 1883. Of Barton Mills, 
Mildenhall, Suffolk. 

Jeffery, Leonard, son of George Augustus Jeffery, Esq., Trinity House, 
Eastbourne, aged 14, September 16. Left 1873 2 . Wilson 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1879. Of Trinity House, Eastbourne. 

Kirk, Arthur William, son of the late Joseph Moxon Kirk, Esq., Woodside, 
Halifax, aged 15, August 25. Left 1870 2 . B Smith 

Wo ther spoon, John, son of John Wotherspoon, Esq., Denmark Hill, 
Camber well, aged 14, July 25. Left 1870 2 . Elsee 

Bolton, Frederick, son of Joseph Cheney Bolton, Esq., Carbrook, Falkirk, 
N.B., aged 14, June 4. Left 1870 s . School 

Sometime a Merchant in Manilla. 

Meesou, John, son of Richard Meeson, Esq., Duvals, Grays, Essex, aged 18, 
March 11. Left 18 72 2 . B Smith 

Dixon, William Arthur Tatton, sixth son of John Dixon, Esq., Astle Hall, 
Congleton, aged 14, February 14. Left 1872 2 . Burrows 

Burne, Henry Thomas George, son of Col. Henry Knightley Burne, 
Calcutta, aged 14, July 23. Left 1870 1 . Hutchinson 

Formerly Lieutenant Bengal Staff Corps. Died, 14 May, 1883. 

Lees, Armine William Mountain, son of the Kev. William Lees, Sidlow 
Rectory, Reigate, aged 15, February 19. Left 1869 1 . Hutchinson 

Henson, Hugh Henry, son of the Rev. Francis Henson, Hickmans worth, 
Herts, aged 14, November 3. Left 1870 3 . Burrows 

Formerly in Lloyd's, London. Died at Brighton about 1890. 

Cooper, John Mawbey Hogard, son of the Rev. William Henry Cooper, 
Deeping St. James, Lincoln, aged 13, Nov. 10. Left 1872 1 . Arnold 
Died 1873. 

Forbes, Alexander Stewart, son of Alexander Clarke Forbes, Esq., Whit- 
church, Reading, aged 13, November 1. Left 1873 2 . Moberly 

Caius College, Cambridge, B.A. 1877, M.A. 1881. Sometime in Australia. Served 
in Mashonaland, 1893, and commanded a column as Major in the Matabele War. 

Goodman, Maurice, son of Edward Goodman, Esq., Oare House, Marl- 
borough, aged 13, April 26. Left 1871 3 . Wilson 
Admitted a Solicitor, 1877. Practising at Worthing. 



296 Temple, 1858-69. 



Addington, Hon. Gerald Anthony Pellew Bagnall, eldest son of Viscount 
Sidmouth, Up-Ottery Manor, Honiton, Devon, aged 13, Nov. 29. 
Left 1870 3 . Arnold 

Merton College, Oxford, 1873. J.P. for Devon. Of Up-Ottery Manor, as above. 
Junior Carlton Club. 

Pratt, Henry Arthur, son of Richard Frederick Pratt, Esq., Highfield, 
Sidlescomb, Battle, aged 14, July 26. Left 1869 1 . School 

Elias, Arthur, son of Ney Elias, Esq.. 64, Inverness Terrace, London, 
aged 14, May 1. Left 1869 3 . School 

Gazetted to the 2nd Foot, 1874. Captain, Royal West Surrey Regiment, 1884. 
Major, 1893. 

Bertran de Lis, Alvaro, son of the late Vicente Bertran de Lis, 10, Calle 
de la Libertad, Madrid, aged 14, October 3. Left 1871 1 . School 

Resident in Spain. 

Attree, Alfred Augustus Town, son of the late Rev. Francis Attree, Rugby, 
aged 1 1 , J une 24. Left 1873 1 . Town 

Sometime in the Tea Trade. Died at Worthing, 22 December, 1899. 

Curry, Charles Douglas, fifth son of Admiral Douglas Curry, Shottery 
Hall. Stratford-on-Avon, aged 13, May 15. Left 1872 3 . Burrows 

Worcester College, Oxford, 1875. 

Wilkinson, Charles John Syer, son of Charles John Wilkinson, Esq., 
Calcutta, aged 14. June 8. Left 1873 2 . B. Smith 

Trinity College, Cambridge. Formerly Barrister-at-Law, in Calcutta. Died of 
enteric fever at Koolgardi, 1885. 

Sellar, Patrick, eldest son of Patrick Plenderleath Sellar, Esq., Hartfield, 
Tain, Rossshire, aged 14, December 26. Left 1872*. Elsee 

Factor for the Earl of Home. Of The Crooks, Coldstream, N.B. 

Bushby, John, fourth son of Thomas Arthur Bushby, Esq., Formby, 
Liverpool, aged 14. July 21. Left 1870 1 . Wilson 

Formerly Farming in Maryland, U.S.A. In business in Liverpool, 1874-97. Of 
Dacre, Penrith, Cumberland. 

Hope, Arthur, son of Thomas Arthur Hope, Esq., Stanton Bebington, 
aged 14, September 26. Left 1868 3 . Moberly 

Farming in Canterbury, New Zealand, and of 20, Castle Stre'et, Liverpool. 

Mason, Charles Edward, son of Robert Mason, Esq., Shrubbery, Aigburth 
Eoad, Liverpool, aged H, August 8. Left 1868 3 . Wilson 

Formerly on the Stock Exchange. Of Stone Park, Wimborne, Dorset. 

Lister, Charles William, son of Mr. Henry Lister, 2, Lower Hillmorton 
Road, Rugby, aged 10, June 24. Left 1872 s . Town 

An Engineer's Pattern Maker. Of Oozells Street, Birmingham. 

Armour, James Wilson, son of Matthew Wilson Armour, Esq., Rumford 

Street. Liverpool, aged 14. February 5. Left J869 2 . Moberly 

In business as a Cotton Broker in Liverpool. Of 11, Pelham Grove, Liverpool. 

Brogden, Arthur John, son of the late John Brogden, Esq., Lightburn 
House, Ulverston. aged 14. April 5. Left 1869 2 . Burrows 

Downing College, Cambridge, B.A. 1883. Curate of St. Barnabas, Cambridge, 
1883. Died about 1885. 



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Willcox, Arthur Henry, son of Mr. Tyrrell Willcox, 6, Hill Street, Rugby, 
aged 9, March 15. Left 1874 1 . Town 

For many years at Bahia, Brazil. Died at Brooklyn, Rugby, 5 June, 1891. 

ENTRANCES IN JANUARY, 1869. 

Johnston, Thomas, son of Robert Henry Johnston, Esq., Westgate, 
Grantham, aged 13, July 6. Left 1872 1 . Elsee 

Formerly a Solicitor at Wakefield. 

Pogose, Paul, son of Joachim Gregory Nicholas Pogose, Esq., Dacca, India, 
aged 14, March 1. Left 1872 1 . Elsee 

Died before 1886. 

Green, Samuel Ferrall, son of Samuel Green, Esq., 5, Woodlands Terrace, 
Blackheath, aged 14, October 15. Left 1870 3 . Wilson 

Blacklock, Charles William, son of Henry Blacklock, Esq., Park House, 
Didsbury, Manchester, aged 17, May 21. Left 1869 3 . Wilson 

Oerton, Edward, son of Francis Baildon Oerton, Esq., Highgate House, 
Walsall, aged 14, July 23. Left 1872*. Hutchinson 

Vicar of Tebay, Westmoreland, 1884-95. Rector of St. Thomas, North Ipswich, 
Queensland, from 1899. 

Frankau, Frederick Joseph, only son of the late Adolph Frankau, Esq., 
Hampstead, aged 14, August 15. Left 1873 2 . Burrows 

Exhibitioner, 1873. Caius College, Cambridge, B.A. 18T6, LL.B. 1877. Barrister- 
at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 1877. Of 1, Elm Court, Temple, London, E.G. 

Whately, George Levinge, son of the late George Hamilton Whately, Esq., 
aged 14, August 6. Left 1871 1 . School 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1877. Of 17, Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, W.C., and 47, 
Upper Brook Street, W. 

Dymond, Arthur Hingeston, son of Robert Dymond, Esq., Richmond Place, 
Mount Radford, Exeter, aged 15, January 4. Left 1871 2 . Burrows 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1877. Of 14, Bedford Circus, Exeter. National Liberal Club. 

Swanzy, Francis, son of Andrew Swanzy, Esq., The Quarry, Sevenoaks, 
Kent, aged 14, July 7. Left 1873 2 . Wilson 

An African Merchant in London. J.P. for Kent. Of Heathfield, Sevenoaks. 

Hopkins, Henry Castell, eldest son of William Randolph Innes Hopkins, 
Esq., Middlesborough, aged 13, June 7. Left 1872 1 . Elsee 

Gazetted to the 9th Lancers, 1876. Served in the Affghan War, 1879-80, at the 
Capture of Cabul and the march from Cabul to Kandahar. Died at Torquay, 
7 March, 1885. 

Lord, Arthur Drummond, son of James Lord, Esq., St. John's Hill, 
Wands worth, aged 14, September 12. Left 1871 2 . Elsee 

Died before 1886. 

Cox, Henry, son of Henry Cox, Esq., 80, Rodney Street, Liverpool, aged 15, 
October 30. Left 1870 1 . Town 

In business in Liverpool. 
YOL. II. P P 



298 Temple, 1858-69. 



Stuart- Russell, Henry Hamilton, eldest son of Henry Stuart-Russell, 
Esq., 4, Eldon Place. Rugby, aged 14, Aug. 12. Leftl873 2 . Town 

For several years in Queensland. Surveyor-General to the Government of New 
Guinea. Of Port Moresby, British New Guinea, 1902. 

Fisher, Horace Arthur, son of James Fisher, Esq., Scotland House, 
Nottingham, aged 14, November 6. Left 187 1 3 . Burrows 

Anderson, Joseph, son of Joseph Anderson, Esq., Hibernia Chambers. 
London Bridge, aged 15, January 7. Left 1871 1 . B. Smith 

Hopkins, Arthur Antwis, son of John Satchell Hopkins, Esq. Jesmond 
Grove, Edgbaston, aged 13, June 3. Left 1873 2 . Hutchinson 

Exhibitioner, 1873. Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1877, M.A. 1880. Barrister- 
at-Law, Inner Temple, 1879. Midland Circuit. A London Police Magistrate 
from 1890. Of 56, Great Cumberland Place, London, W. United Universities' 
Club. 

Burchardt, Arthur Godfrey, son of Otto Burchardt, Esq., Fulwood Park, 
Liverpool, aged 14, December 18. Left 1872 3 . Arnold 

Formerly in Fiji. Has assumed the additional name of ASHTON. Of Cleddon 
Hall, Monmouth. 

Humphreys, John Bay field, son of John James Hamilton Humphreys, 
Esq., 16, Torrington Square, London, aged 14, July 10. Left 
1870 3 . School 

Gwyer, Charles James Paul, son of Samuel Keate Gwyer, Esq., St. 
Petersburgh, aged 15, October 22. Left 1871 3 . Hutchinson 

D.L. for Herefordshire. Of Knill Court, Kington, Herefordshire. 

Ricardo, Halsey Ralph, eldest son of the late Harry Ralph Ricardo. Esq., 
Dumbleton Rectory, Evesham, aged 14, Aug. 6. Left 1872 2 . Elsee 

An Architect. Instructor in Architecture, Central School of Arts and Crafts. 
Of 13, Bedford Square, London, W.C. 

Newall, Edgar, third son of the Rev. Samuel Newall, Clifton Villa Rugby, 
aged 14, August 29. Left 1873 2 . Town 

Exhibitioner, 1873. New College, Oxford, B.A. 1878, M.A 1882. A Master at 
King Henry VIII. School, Coventry, from 1891. 

Dawkins, George Henry, eldest son of the Rev. James Annesley Dawkins, 
(O.R. 1843), Farmington, Northleach, aged 14, May 27. Left 1872 3 . 

Elsee 
J.P. for Oxon. Of Wilcote, Charlbury, Oxfordshire. 

Levick, Frank, son of James Levick. Esq., Hill House, Streatham Common, 
aged 15, October 12. Left 1870 2 . Hutchinson 

Lewis, Thomas Hope, son of Thomas Lewis. Esq., M.D.,4, Spilman Street, 
Carmarthen, aged 13, May 17. Left 1872 1 . Wilson 

Adamson, John George, eldest son of Laurence William A damson, Esq.^ 
Jesmond House, Newcastle-on-Tyne, aged 14, Jan. 8. Left 1873 1 . 

Wilson 

Trinity College, Oxford, 1873. Gazetted to the South Yorkshire Regiment, 1876. 
Captain, Yorkshire Light Infantry, 1882. Major, 1892. 

Blake, Alfred Howarth Ward, only son of Robert Howarth Blake, Esq., 
M.D., Leamington, aged 14, July 6. Left 1869 3 . Wilson 

St. Mary Hall, Oxford, B.A. and M.A. 1883. Rector of Quarley, Andover, 1896. 
Warden of St. Thomas Home of Mercy, Basingstoke, from 1898. 



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Ward, "Baillio Peyton, second son of the late Alfred Richard Ward. Esq., 
33, Eastbourne Terrace, London, aged 15. June 15. Left 1870 2 . 

Moberly 

Christ Church, Oxford, 1872, B.A. New Inn Hall, 1879. 

Gardner, FitzRoy, son of William Henry Gardner, Esq., 80, Gloucester 
Terrace, Hyde Park, aged 13, January 20. Left 187 1 1 . Burrows 

Shirley, Arthur James, son of William Edward Shirley, Esq., Doncaster, 
aged 15. March 6. Left 1869 3 . Arnold 

A Solicitor at Doncaster. Coroner, 1879. Died 19 January, 1882. 

Young 1 , Keith Henry St. George, son of the late Col. Keith Young, 12, 
Royal Terrace, Edinburgh, aged 15, June 4. Left 1870 2 . Moberly 

Formerly Captain, Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry. Served in the Soudan 
Expedition, 1884-5. Medal with Clasp. 

Janion, William Walker, son of Robert Cheshire Janion, Esq., Woolton 
Grove, Liverpool, aged 14, September 28. Left 1869 3 . Moberly 
Died "many years ago " 

Jenkins, Claude Henry, son of the late Decimus Jenkins, Esq., Learn 
Terrace, Leamington, aged 14, September 28. Left 1871 3 . Arnold 

Brand, Charles, fourth son of the Right Hon. Henry Brand, M.P., after- 
wards Viscount Hampden, aged 13, May 1. Left 1872 2 . Moberly 

Gazetted to the Coldstream Guards, 1873. Retired, 1880. J.P. for Sussex. 
Master of the Southdown Hounds, from 1885. Of Littledene, Lewes. Guards' Club. 

Ker, Thomas Ripley, only son of Robert Ker, Esq., Auchinraith, Hamilton, 
. N.B., aged 14, July 25. Left 1872 2 . Arnold 

Brasenose College, Oxford, 1873. J.P. and D.L. for Stirlingshire. Of Douglas- 
town, Milngavie. New University Club. 

Campbell) Albert Johnstone, son of James Campbell, Esq., Mordan Road, 
Blackheath Park, aged 14. December 7. Left 1873 1 . Burrows 

Associate, Royal School of Mines, 1876. Engaged in Engineering Works in 
Mexico, 1879-94. Member of the Institute of Civil Engineers. Of Broad Street 
Avenue, London, E.G., and 17, Cleveland Gardens, W. 

Kettle, Rupert Edward Cooke, eldest son of Rupert Alfred Kettle, Esq., 
afterwards Knight, Merridale, Wolverhampton, aged 14, Dec. 26. 
Left 1872 3 . School 

St. John's College, Oxford, B.A. 1878. Barrister-at-Law, Middle Temple, 1879. 
Recorder of Lichfield, 1899. A London Police Magistrate, 1901. Of Crofton 
Court, Orpington, Kent. Reform Club. 

Browne, Ralph Henry, son of the Rev. Ralph Charles Browne, (O.R. 1842), 
Chaplain to the Forces, 43, South Parade, Leamington, aged 13, 
November 4. Left 1872 1 . School 

Boyd, William Arthur Edward, son of Curwen Boyd, Esq., 37, Princes 
Gardens, Kensington, aged 13, April 6. Left 1871 3 . Arnold 

Gazetted to the Scots Guards. 1876. Lieutenant, 2nd Life Guards. 1882. Of St. 
Laurent House, Newmarket. 

Burrows, Arthur Francis, son of Major-General Burrows, 14, Lee Terrace, 
Blackheath, aged 13, April 16. Left 187 1 3 . Burrows 

Died before 1886. 



300 Temple, 1858-69. 



Lawrence, Frederick Bissell, son of Mr. E. Lawrence, The Laurels, Rugby, 
aged 10, August 24 Left 1874 1 . Town 

Died at Rugby, 13 March, 1887. 

Loverock, Lewis, son of Mr. George Loverock, 22, Sheep Street, Rugby, 
aged 10, November 4. Left 1871 3 . Town 

In business at Rugby. Of Greylands, Hillmorton Road, Rugby. 

Jarbo, John Thomas, son of the Rev. Peter John Jarbo, Ph.D., Calcutta, 
aged 14, March 25. Left 1870 2 . Town 

King William's College, Isle of Man. Bengal Executive Service, from 1875. 
Assistant Magistrate and J.P. at Midnapore, Bengal, 1902. 

ENTRANCES IN APRIL, 1869. 

Stutfield, George Herbert, second son of William Stutfield, Esq., Mystole 
Park, Canterbury, aged 13, May 25. Left 1873 2 . Wilson 

University College, Oxford, B.A. First Class, Law, 1879. Barrister-at-Law, 
Middle Temple, 1881. Author of a treatise on the " Law of Fine Bargains and 
Wagers," 1885. Of 15, Old Square, Lincoln's Inn. 

BoggS, Francis Garford, son of Henry Boggs, Esq., 47, Inverness Terrace, 
London, aged 14, May 14. Left 187 1 3 . Hutchinson 

A Stockbroker, Finch Lane, London, B.C. Assumed the name of BRINTON, 1883. 
Of 54, Eaton Square, London, S.W. Conservative Club. 

Tobin, Alfred Aspinall, son of James Aspinall Tobin, Esq., (O.R. 1832), 
Eastham House, Cheshire, aged 13, Dec. 26. Left 1874*. Elsee 

Exhibitioner, 1874. University College, Oxford, B A. First Class, Law, 1878. 
Barrister-at-Law, Middle Temple, 1880. Northern Circuit. Of Eastham House, 
Cheshire. 

Worthington, Arthur Mason, third son of the late Robert Worthington, 
Esq., Sandiway House, Altrincham, aged 16, June 11. Left 1871 2 . 

Arnold 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. 1875, M.A. 1878. F.R.S. Assistant Master at 
CJifton College, 1880-85. Headmaster and Professor of Physics, Royal Naval 
Engineering College, Devonport, from 1888. C.B., 26 June, 1902. Royal Societies 
Club. 

Sargant, Charles Henry, second son of Henry Sargant, Esq., 56, Belsize 
Park Gardens, London, N. W.,aged 13, April 20. Left 1875 2 . Arnold 

Major and Minor Exhibitioner, 1875. New College, Oxford, Scholar, 1875, 
First Class, Classical Moderations, 1876, B.A. First Class, Final Classics, 1879, 
M.A. 1882. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 1882. Author of a treatise on 
" Ground Rents," 1886. Of 9, Stone Buildings, Lincoln's Inn. 

Bateson, Harold Dingwall, eldest son of William Gandy Bateson, Esq., 
New Heys, Allerton, Liverpool, aged 13, May 2. Left 1874 2 . School 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. 1878. Admitted a Solicitor, 1883. President, In- 
corporated Law Society of Liverpool, 1901-2. Of Woolton Park, Woolton, Liverpool. 

Hinton, Charles Howard, eldest son of James Hinton, Esq., 18, Savile Row, 
London, aged 15, June 6. Left 1871 1 . Moberly 

Balliol College, Oxford, Exhibitioner, 1873-6, B.A. 1877, M.A. 1886. Assistant 
Master at Cheltenham College. Author of " Scientific Romances " and other 
works. Died about 1894. 

PMlby, Herbert Henry, son of Henry Adams Philby, Esq., Taylors Chig- 
well, Essex, aged 15, June 15. Left 187 1 1 . Moberly 

Died, 1895. 



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Sharp, Charles Taylor, fourbh son of John Sharp, Esq., The Hermitage, 
Lancaster, aged 14, January 2. Left 1871 2 . Hutchinson 

Oriel College, Oxford, 1874. 

Smith, Reginald William, fourth son of Edmund James Smith, Esq., 74, 
Avenue Road, Regents Park, aged 14, Sept. 7. Left 1872. 2 Arnold 

Christ Church, Oxford, 1873. In the firm of Messrs. Smiths and Gore, 16, White- 
hall Place, London, S.W. 

Wrottesley, Alfred Edward, eldest son of the Hon. Edward Bennett Wrot- 
tesley, White Lodge, Putney, aged 13, Dec. 29. Left 1869 3 . Elsee 

Gazetted to the Royal Engineers, 1874. Captain, 1885. Major, 1894. Died, 1899. 

Atkinson, Edward Dupree, third son of Richard Atkinson, Esq., Gortmore, 
Dundrum, Dublin, aged 14, February 2. Left 1873 2 . Burrows 

Caius College, Cambridge, LL.B. 1877. Rector of Donaghcloney, Waringstown, 
from 1884. 

May, Edward Sinclair, son of George Augustus Chichester May, Esq., 
afterwards Lord Chief Justice of Ireland, 13, Fitzwilliam Square, 
Dublin, aged 13, February 1. Left 1871 3 . Burrows 

Gazetted to the Royal Artillery, 1875. Captain, 1883. Major, 1891. Lieutenant- 
Colonel, 1900. Served in the Boer War, 1899-1901. Mentioned in despatches. 
C.M.G. 1901. Author of " A Retrospect of the Boer War," and other works. 
Of Durley House, Camberley. Naval and Military Club. 

Few, Harry Garrard, second son of Charles Few, Esq. ,2, Henrietta Street, 
Covent Garden, aged 13, April 24. Left 1872 3 . Wilson 

A Land Agent and Surveyor, 1874-90. Of Strathroy, East Putney, London, S.W. 

Watson, Jacob Kent, son of Jacob Watson, Esq., Bilton Road, Rugby, 
aged 15, April 17. Left 1872 1 . Town 

Died before 1886. 

Dalton, William Louis Tyndale, son of Edward Dalton, Esq., 16, Porchester 
Square, London, aged 14, January 5. Left 1874 2 . B. Smith 

Trinity College, Cambridge, LL.B. 1878. Admitted a Solicitor, 1880. Died 
August, 1895. 

Mansfield, William, son of ^General Sir William Mansfield, K.C.B., 
afterwards Lord Sandhurst, Commander-in-Ohief, India, aged 13, 
August 21. Left 1871 2 . School 

Formerly Lieutenant, Coldstream Guards, 1873-79. Succeeded his father as 
second BARON SANDHURST, 1876. A Lord-in-Waiting to the Queen, 1880-85. 
Under Secretary of State for War, 1886, and 1892-94. Governor of Bombay, 1895- 
1900. Of 10, Cadogan Gardens, London, S.W. Brooks' Club. 

Macaulay, Robert Helenus, eldest son of John Macaulay, Esq., Larne, Co. 
Antrim, aged 14, November 21. Left 1871 3 . Elsee 

Tn business in Belfast. Of Westbrooke, Malone Road, Belfast. 

Oakes, William Hoylarid, son of William Thomas Oakes, Esq., Addison 
Road, Kensington, aged 14, June 13. Left 1870 s . Elsee 

Senior Partner in Oakes and Co., Merchants, Madras. 

Hardman, George Turner, eldest son of George Edward Hardman, Esq., 
Springfield Hall, Haslingden, Manchester, aged 14, Sept. 21 
Left 1872 3 . Moberly 

Captain and Hon. Major, East Lancashire Militia, 1891. J.P. for Lancashire 
Of Hurstwood, Hayward's Heath, Sussex. 



302 Temple, 1858-69. 



Champion, Charles, son of Charles Champion, Bsq , Moira House, Den- 
mark Hill, London, aged 14, July 17. Left 1869 3 . Moberly 

Gair, Walter Burgh, son of Thomas Gair, Esq., 1, Princes Park Terrace, 
Liverpool, aged 14, August 23. Left 1872 3 . Elsee 

Formerly a Partner in Baring Brothers and Co., Liverpool. Chairman of the 
Liverpool American Chamber of Commerce, 1888. A Managing Director of 
Barings'. Of 8, Bishopsgate Within, London, E.G. Oriental Club. 

Jenkins, John Howe, eldest son of David James Jenkins, Esq. ,61, Marquis 
Road, Canon bury, aged 14, August 27. Left 1873 2 . Elsee 

Christ Church, Oxford, 1873. St. John's College, Cambridge. Formerly Incum- 
bent of St. John's, Dundee. 

Nicholson, Cuthbert Ismay, son of John Ismay Nicholson, Esq., Glapham 
Park, London, aged 13, April 7. Left 1870 1 . School 

Of Nursteed Lodge, Devizes. 

Boughton Leigh, Theodosius Cotterill Henry, son of the Rev. Theodosius 
Boughton Ward Boughton Leigh, Newbold-on-Avon, aged 14, 
May 6. Left 1872 3 . Town 

Downing College, Cambridge. Vicar of Rodmersham, Kent, 1896. Died, 14 
December, 1897. 

Yates, William Lowndes, son of the late William Lowndes Yates, Esq., 
Albert Street, Rugby, aged 11, July 1. Left 1871 2 . Town 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1880, M.A. 1884. Ordained, 1881. Of The 
Mount, Grosvenor Road, St. Albans. 

Wauton, Atherton Krnest, son of the late Rev. Joseph Atherton Wanton, 
Rugby, aged 13, November 5. Left 1873 3 . Town 

Jesus College, Cambridge, B.A. 1882, M.A. 1886. Vicar of Ellesmere, Salop, 
from 1896. 

ENTRANCES IN SEPTEMBER, 1869. 

Curtler, William Henry Herbert, eldest son of the Rev. William Henry 
Curtler. (O.R. 1812), Lympston, Exmouth, aged 14, January 29. 
Left 1874 2 . Arnold 

Exhibitioner, 1874. Corpus Christi College, Oxford, Scholar, 1874, First Class, 
Classical Moderations, 1876, B.A. 1879. In Holy Orders. Died before 1886. 

Cross, William Henry, eldest surviving son of Sir Richard Assheton 
Cross, afterwards Lord Cross, (O.R. 1836), Eccle Riggs, Broughton 
in Furness, aged 13, August 21. Left 1875 2 . Arnold 

Major and Minor Exhibitioner, 1875. University College, Oxford, Scholar, 1875, 
First Class, Classical Moderations, 1877, B.A. 1879. Barrister-at-Law, Inner 
Temple, 1882. M.P. for West Derby Division of Liverpool, 1886-92. Died, 
11 December, 1892. 

Lawrence, Kdward, eldest son of Edward Lawrence, Esq., afterwards 
Knight, Beechmount, Aigburth, Liverpool, aged 14, September 9. 
Left 1874 1 . Molterly 

Exhibitioner, 1874. Balliol College, Oxford, B.A. 1878. First in the Indian Civil 
Service Examination, 1876. Bombay Civil Service, 1878. Magistrate at Belgaum, 
1902. Junior Carlton Club. 

Houghton, Frederick Tyrie, elder son of Frederick Houghton, Esq., Bal- 
sall Heath, Birmingham, aged 14, July 8. Left 1874 2 . Town 

St. John's College, Cambridge, Scholar, 1874, B.A. 1878. Assistant Master at 
King Edward's School, Birmingham, from 1883. 



Temple, 1858-69. 303 



Lean, Arthur Stuckey, second son of George Stuckey Lean, Esq., "Bath, 
aged 13, October 17. Left 1874 3 . B. Smith 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. 1879, M.A. 1881. A Banker. J.P. for Somerset 
Of Bathford House, Bath. Oxford and Cambridge Club. 

Crawford, James Adair, son of Arthur Travers Crawford, Esq., (0-R. 1847), 
Bombay Civil Service, aged 12, December 31. Left 1874 1 . School 

Passed 8th in the Indian Civil Service Examination, 1876. Bombay Civil Service. 
Officiating Resident, Mysore, 1899. East Indian United Service Club. 

Dawkins, Francis Henry, eldest son of Clinton George Augustus Dawkins, 
'20, Upper Grosvenor Street, London, aged 14, Dec. 6. Left 1872 3 . 

Wilson 
Barrister-at-Law, Middle Temple, 1878. Not practising, 1902. 

Marlen, Henry John Hop wood, eldest son of the Rev. Henry John Marlen, 
Ambleside, aged 14, April 26. Left 1875 2 . Burrows 

University College, Oxford, B.A. 1880, M.A. 1882. Of Sweden How, Bournemouth. 

Walker, Thomas Henry Sumpter. son of Thomas Richard Walker, Esq., 
21, Hanover Square, London, aged 13, June 29. Left 1872 3 . School 
Resident in Berlin. 

Fell, Walter, fifth son of Alfred Fell, Esq., Hillside, Oooms Hill, Black- 
heath, aged 14, March 25. Left 1873 2 . Arnold 

University College, Oxford, B.A. 1878, M.A. and B.Med. 1882, D.Med. 1895. 
Practising in Wellington, New Zealand, from 1884. 

Barnet, Horace Button, son of George Barnet, Esq., 2, Leinster Gardens, 
London, aged 13, March 6. Left 1873 2 . Wilson 

Passed direct into the R.M.A., Woolwich, 1873. Gazetted to the Royal Engineers, 
1875. Captain, 1886. Major, 1894. Served in the Affghan War, 1878-80. Medal. 
In the Burmese Expedition, 1886-87. Mentioned in despatches. Medal with 
Clasp. Naval and Military Club. 

Barlow, Francis, son of Francis William Barlow, Esq., Sandford, Chisle- 
hurst, aged 15, November 2. Left 1872 3 . B. Smith 

Went to Australia. Killed by a fall from his horse in the Australian Mounted 
Infantry, 1891. 

Miller, Francis B rough ton Anson, son of Col. John Miller, White Hall, 
Colchester, aged 14, April 26. Left 1873*. Moberly 

Exhibitioner, 1873. Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 27th Wrangler, 1877, 
M.A. 1881- Vicar of Billinge r Wigan, from 1898. 

Lnpton, Charles, son of Francis Lupton, Esq., Roundhay, Leeds, aged 14, 
May 22. Left 1874 3 . Elsee 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1877, M.A 1882. Admitted a Solicitor, 1881. 
Of The Hare Hills, Leeds. 

Parsons, Charles Sim Bremridge, son of John Parsons, Esq., Colombo, 
Ceylon, aged 14, May 9. Left 1871 2 . Elsee 

Gazetted to the Royal Artillery, 1874. Captain, 1883. Brevet-Major, 1883. 
Colonel, 1898. Served 1877-81 in South Africa ; in the Gaika Campaign, and 
commanded two guns at the action of Intaba, Zulu Campaign. Battles of 
Isandhlwana and Ulundi. Mentioned in despatches. Medal with Clasp. In 
the Transvaal Campaign. Actions at Laing's Nek, and Ingogo, where he was 
severely wounded and horse shot. Mentioned in despatches. Served in the 
Egyptian War, 1882 Actions at Mahsaineh and Kassassin, where his horse was 
shot, and Battle of Tel-el-Kebir. Mentioned in despatches. Medal with Clasp, 
Bronze Star, and 5th Class Medjidie. Brevet of Major. Commanded the Artillery 
in the bongola Expedition, 1896. 2nd Class Medjidie, and 4th Class Osmanieh. 
And in the operations in 1897-98, including the capture of Gedaref. C.M.G and 
Brevet of Colonel. Served in the Boer War, 1899-1902. K. C.M.G. 1900. C.B. 
1901. Naval and Military Club. 



304 Temple, 1858-69. 



Henderson, Robert Stewart, son of G-eorge Henderson, Esq., Heverswood, 
Brasted, Sovenoaks, aged 15, March 12. Left 1873 2 . Elsee 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1877, M.A. 1881. In business in Calcutta, 
1877-91. Of 18, Rutland Gate, London, S.W. Oriental Club. 

West, Clarence Edward, son of Edward West, Esq., Woodlands, Baling, 
aged 14, December 2. Left 1873 2 . Wilson 

Agnew, Charles Morland.son of William A gnew, Esq., afterwards Baronet, 
Summer Hill, Pendleton, aged 13, Dec. 13. Left 1874 2 . Hutchinson 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1879, M.A. 1883. Of 22, Upper Hamilton 
Terrace, London, N.W. 

Arnold, Hugh Oakeley, second son of the late William Delafield Arnold, 
Esq., (O.R. 1839), Burley-in-Wharfedale, aged 14, August 19. 
Left 1871 3 . * School 

University College, Oxford, B.A. First Class, History, 1877. Barrister-at-Law, 
Lincoln's Inn, 1879. Has assumed the name of ARNOLD-FOBSTER. A Director of 
Cassell, Peter, and Galpin, Publishers. M.P. for West Belfast, 1892. Secretary 
to the Admiralty, 1900. Of 9, Evelyn Gardens, London, S.W. 

Maude, Edmund, son of Thomas James Maude, Esq., Hillmorton Road 
Rugby, aged 13, June 20. Left 1871 3 . Town 

In business in Coventry. Of 13, Broadlands Road, Highgate, London, N. 

Jenkins, Henry Campbell, eldest son of George Thomas Jenkins, Esq., 
63, Avenue Road, Regents Park, aged 13, Feb. 13. Left 1874 2 . 

Arnold 

Exhibitioner, 1874. Corpus Christi College, Oxford, B.A. 1880. Barrister-at-Law, 
Inner Temple, 1881. In the Record Office. 

James, Joseph, only son of the late Joseph James, Esq., 13, Calthorpe 
Road, Edgbaston, aged 14, September 8. Left 1874 2 . Hutchinson 

New College, Oxford, B.A. 1878, M.A. 1882. Admitted a Solicitor, 1881. In the 
firm of Matthews and Co., 29, Waterloo Street, Birmingham. 

Eden, Thomas Bainbridge, second son of the Rev. Charles Page Eden, 
Aberford, South Milford, aged 13, April 27. Left 1875*. Moberly 

Exeter College, Exhibitioner, 1875, and Oriel College, Exhibitioner, 1876, B.A. 
1879, M.A. 1882. Master of a Preparatory School at Hillbrow, Rugby, from 1889. 
J.P. for Warwickshire, 1900. 

Mackenzie, Frederick Gordon, son of Gordon Mackenzie, Esq., Leamington, 
aged 14, January 22. Left 1870 3 . B. Smith 

Assumed the name of GORDON-MACKENZIE. Gazetted to the 2nd Dragoon Guards, 
1876. Captain, 1882. 

Beard, Richard Ridout, eldest son of George Beard, Esq., Hillfield Hall, 
Solihull, aged 14, March 14. Left 1871 1 . Arnold 

Went to Radley, 1871. Magdalen College, Oxford, B.A. 1878, M.A. 1882. 
Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 1880. Of The Woodlands, Kenilworth. Junior 
Carlton Club. 

Scott, Walter, second son of William Scott, Esq., Kersal Edge, Man- 
chester, aged 15, April 27. Left 1872 2 . B. Smith 

Exeter College, Oxford, B.A. 1877. In business in Manchester. 

Orred, Stanley, son of the late John Orred, Esq., Sunnyside, Chester, 
aged 14, May 31. Left 1873 1 . Wilson 

Captain, 20th Lancashire Fusiliers. Died 1890. 



Temple, 1858-69. 805 

Simpson, Charles Herbert, son of the Rev. William Hurst Simpson, 
Strettori Hector j, Oak ham, aged 14, April 3. Left 1873 2 . Wilson 
St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1878. 

Willett, Frederick Stovin Dealtry, son of Edmund Sparshall Willett, Esq., 
Wyke House, Isleworth, aged 18, Nov. 10. Left 1871 3 . Elsee 

Caius College, Cambridge. Died at Ventnor, 23 April, 1884. 

Heaton, John Arthur Dakeyne, son of John Deakin Heaton, Esq., M.D., 
Claremont, Leeds, aged 14, June 23. Left 1874 2 . Elsee 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1878, M.A. 1881. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's 
Inn, 1880. Of Claremont, Leeds. 

Vecqueray, Arthur Herman, third son of John William Joseph Yecqueray, 
Esq., Hillbrow, Rugby, aged 13, May 26. Left 1875 2 . School 

University College, Oxford, 1875. H.B.M. Consul at Cadiz, from 1897. Died at 
Cadiz, 5 October, 1902. 

Home, Thomas Walters, son of Frederick Home, Esq., Beulah Spa, 
Norwood, London, aged 14, April 22. Left 1873 3 . B. Smith 

In business in Portugal. 

Elworthy, Frederick James Kershaw, son of Frederick Thomas Elworthy, 
Esq., Fox Down, Wellington, Somerset, aged 14, July 2. 
Left 1870 s . School 

A Solicitor, Lincoln's Inn Fields. Accidentally shot. 

Adam, William Charles Mercer, son of Andrew Mercer Adam, Esq., 
Burgate Lodge, Boston, aged 14, December 9. Left 1872 1 . Elsee 

St. John's College, Cambridge, LL.B. 1877. Admitted a Solicitor, 1880. Of 1, 
Great Bedford Street, Bath. 

Brooks, Marshall Jones, second son of Thomas Brooks, Esq., afterwards 
Lord Crawshaw, Crawshaw Hall, Rawtenstall, aged 14, May 30. 
Left 1873 1 . Burrows 

Brasenose College, Oxford, B.A. 1876, M.A. 1886. Of Sunnyside, Rawtenstall, 
Lancashire. 

Chadwick, Charles Montague, second son of Charles Chadwick Esq., M.D., 
Leeds, aged 14, August 2. Left 1873 3 . Arnold 

Oriel College, Oxford, B.A. 1880, M.A. 1882, B.Med. 1883, D.Med. 1895, F.R.C.P. 
1896. Professor of Therapeutics in Victoria University. Of 29, Park Square, 
Leeds. 

Mason, William, son of the Rev. John Mason, Chitfield Rectory, Carlisle, 
aged 14, June 12. Left 1870 s . Moberly 

MacDaniel, Jeremiah James, son of Captain Jeremiah MacDaniel, R.N., 
Kinsale, aged 14, March 13. Left 1871 2 . School 

Pearson, Arthur Beilby, son of William Pearson, Esq., 40, Mocklenburgh 
Square, London, aged 13, November 2. Left 1873 2 . School 

Exhibitioner, 1873. Trinity Hall, Cambridge, Exhibitioner 1874, B.A. 1877. 
Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1879. Assumed the additional name of GEE, 
1884. Co-editor of Benjamin's " Law of Sale," 1888. Died in London, 6 January, 
1896. 

King 1 , William Robinson, son of William Robinson King, Esq., Ferriby 
Hull, aged 15, July 6. Left 1872 2 . Moberly 

Jesus College, Cambridge, B.A. 1876. Admitted a Solicitor, 1880. Of West 
Burton, Aysgarth, R.S.O., Yorkshire. 
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306 Temple, 1858-69. 

Boyd, Alan Walter Lennox, eldest son of Edward Lennox Boyd, Esq., 
35, Cleveland Square, London, aged 14, Aug. 7. Left 1873 3 . School 

St. John's College, Oxford, B. A. 1877, M.A. 1881. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 
1881. Of 3, Paper Buildings, Temple, B.C. 

FeJdton, Joseph Cunliffe, son of William Fenton, Esq., Beaumonb, Rochdale, 
aged 15, March 25. Left 1870 2 . Hutchinson 

Gazetted to the Royal Scots, 1875. Captain, 1884. Transferred to the North 
Lancashire Regiment, 1884, and to the Leinster Regiment, 1886. Retired. 
Army and Navy Club. 

Mann, Kobert Campbell, second son of Henry Mann, Esq., Hedenham 
Hall, Bungay, aged 14, April 21. Left 1871 1 . Burrows 

J.P. for Suffolk. Captain and Hon. Major, 2nd Volunteer Battalion Norfolk 
Regiment. V.D. Of Wainford House, Ditchingham, Bungay. 

Lomax, Samuel Holt, third son of Thomas Lomax, Esq., Grove Park, 
Yoxford, Saxmundham, aged 14, August 2. Hutchinson 

Gazetted to the 90th Foot, 1874. Captain, Scottish Rifles, 1880. Major, 1886. 
Lieutenant-Colonel, 1897. Served in South Africa, 1877-8-9. Kaffir Campaign, 
operations against the Galekas. Zulu Campaign, Battles of Kambula and 
Ulundi. Medal with Clasp. 

Leader, Francis Henry Mowbray, second son of the late William Leader, 
Esq., Rozanalee, Bantry, aged 14, July 24. Left 1871 3 . Burrows 

Formerly in the Royal Artillery, 1875-83. J.P. for Co. Cork. Of Classas, Coach- 
ford, Co. Cork. 

Bewicke, Robert Calverley Alington Bewicke, son of Robert Calverley 
Bewicke Bewicke, Esq., Coulby Manor, Middlesborough, aged 14, 
AprilS. Left 1871 J . Arnold 

Gazetted to 60th Foot, 1877. Captain, King's Royal Rifle Corps, 1885. Major, 
1894. Lieutenant-Colonel, commanding 3rd Battalion, 1900. Served in the 
Soudan Expedition, Nile, 1884-85. Medal with Clasp. Chitral Expedition, 1895. 
Kohat Field Force, 1897, and Tirah Expedition, 1898. South African War, 
1899-1901. Several times mentioned in despatches. C.B. 1901. Assumed the 
additional name of COPLEY, 1892. Of Sprotborough Hall, Doncaster. Naval and 
Military Club. 

Pemberton, Percy Leigh, son of the Rev. Charles Leigh Pemberton, (O.R. 

1841), Curry Mallet Rectory, Taunton, aged 14, September 10. 

Left 1871 2 . B. Smith 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1880. Of 30, Old Queen Street, Storey's Gate, Westminster. 

Ormrod, Oliver, son of James Ormrod, Esq., Halliwell Lodge, Bolton, 
aged 14, September 15. Left 1874 2 . Moberly 

J.P. for Co.s Denbigh and Flint. Of Halliwell Hall, Bolton-le-Moors. Junior 
Carlton Club. 

Pearson, Alexander, eldest son of the late Andrew Adam Pearson, Esq., 
Johnston Lodge, Laurencekirk, aged 13, Jan. 21. Left 1875 2 . School 

Balliol College, Oxford, B.A. 1879. University Eleven, 1876, 1877. Advocate of 
the Scottish Bar, 1882. J.P. for Co. Dumfries. Of Luce, Annan, N.B. Junior 
Conservative Club. 

Sparrow, Arthur William Han bury, second son of Arthur Sparrow, Esq., 
The Cedars, Penn, Wolverhampton, aged 13, April 8. Left 187i 2 . 

Elsee 

University College, Oxford, 1875. Died, 30 October, 1878. 

Savage, Frederick John, son of John Smith Savage, Esq., 49, Church 
Street, Rugby, aged 13, September 12. Left 1874 2 . Town 

A Surveyor, sometime at Brighton. Died, December, 1883. 



Temple, 1858-69. 307 



Byron, Augustus William, eldest son of the Rev. Hon. Augustus Byron, 
Kirkby Mallory, aged 13, February 23. Left 1873 2 . Elsee 

Lieutenant, Leicestershire Yeomanry. 

Jalland, Walter Clay, second son of Boswell Middleton Jalland, Esq., 
Holderness House, Hull, aged 14, May 15. Left 1872 2 . Hutchinson 

JP. and D.L. for East Riding of Yorkshire. Of Holderness House, Hull. 
Wellington Club. 

Pike, Marmaduke Christian, third son of John William Pike, Esq., West- 
port, Wareham, aged 14, December 13. Left 1873 3 . Moberly 
Brasenose College, Oxford, B.A. 1878. Union Club. 

Parry, Llewellyn England Sidney, only son of Richard Parry, Esq., 28, 
Priory Road, Kilburn, London, aged 13, April 3. Left 1874 2 . 

B. Smith 

Trinity College, Oxford, 1875. J.P. for Carnarvonshire. Lieutenant-Colonel, 
Denbighshire Hussars, Yeomanry Cavalry. D.S.O., September, 1901. Of Stins- 
ford House, Dorchester. United University Club. 

Skinner, Herbert, son of James Skinner, Esq., Bramley Hill House, 
Oroydon, aged 14, December 28. Left 1870 s . Moberly 

Coote, Orlando Robert, fourth son of the Rev. Algernon Coote, afterwards 
Baronet, Nonnington Rectory, Wingham, Kent, aged 14, Mar, 14. 
Left 1870 1 . Elsee 

Brasenose College, Oxford, 1874. J.P. for Roscommon. Of Auburn, Athlone, 
Ireland. 

Dugdale, Walter, son of John Dugdale, Esq., 9, Hyde Park Gardens, 
London, aged 13, January 8. Left 1873 1 . Elsee 

Formerly in business at Chartres, France. J.P. for Shropshire. Of Meeson Hall, 
Wellington, Shropshire. 

Brodie, James Gibson Craig, son of John Brodie, Esq., Goger Bank, 
Hermiston, Edinburgh, aged 14, March 18. Left 1874 1 . Wilson 
A Writer to the Signet, Edinburgh. Died, 1884. 

Hilton, Shirreff (Clarence Bayard, son of the Rev. Clarence Hilton, Badles- 
mere Rectory, Faversham, aged 14, July 26. Left 1874 2 . Wilson 
A Merchant in London. 

James, Henry Ashworth, eldest son of John Henry James, Esq., (O.R. 
1841), Kingswood, Watford, aged 13, Oct. 3. Left 1872 a . B. Smith 
Admitted a Solicitor, 1879. Retired, 1895. Of Hurstmonceux Place, Sussex. 

Rusbridger, Stewart Halcombe, son of Joseph Rusbridger, Esq., (O.R. 
1843), Brunswick Lodge, Surbiton, aged 13, December 18. 
Left 1872 2 . B. Smith 

Gazetted to the Royal West Surrey Regiment, 1875. Captain, 1886. Paymaster. 
1885. Retired. 

Hanmer, John, second son of the Rev. Henry Hanmer, Grendon Kectory, 
Atherstone, aged 14, November 17. Left 1872 3 . School 

Exeter College, Oxford, 1875. Of Orchard House, Newington, Sittingbourne. 
Junior Constitutional Club. 

Mappin, Samuel Wilson, son of Frederick Thorpe Mappin, Esq., 
afterwards Baronet, Thornbury, Sheffield, aged 14, October 20. 
Left 1870 1 . Moberly 

Trinity College Cambridge, B.A. 1877. Of The Manor Huse, Scampton, 

Lincolnshire. 



308 Temple, 1858-69. 



Boughton-Leigh, Bridgeman George, second son of the Rev. Theodosius 
Egerton Boughton Ward Boughton -Leigh, Newbold-on-Avon, 
aged 14, September 7. Left 1873 1 . Town 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1878, M.A. 1882. Rector of Harborough Magna, 
Eugby, from 1888. 

Harrison, Arthur Herbert, son of Arthur Harrison, Esq., Northgate 
House, Cottingham, Hull, aged 13, July 3. Left 1870 2 . School 

Formerly in business in Buenos Ayres. 

Williams, Gerald Walton, son of John Williams, Esq., Langham Hotel, 
London, aged 13, April 9. Left 1870 3 . Moberly 

A Stockbroker in London. Of D'Erichthal and Williams, 14, Throgmorton 
Street, E.G. 



HENRY HAYMAN, D.D. 

ELECTED HEADMASTER IN 1870. 



ENTRANCES IN JANUARY, 1870. 

Puff, Harry, second son of Robert Duff, Esq., Park Nook, Prince's Park, 
Liverpool, aged 14, March 9. Left 1873 2 . Arnold 

Balliol College, Oxford, First Class, Classical Moderations, 1876, B.A. First Class, 
Law, 1877, Fellow of All Souls' College, 1878, Vinerian Scholar, 1879, B.C.L. and 
M.A. 1881. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1880. Tutor at Magdalen, Pembroke, 
and University Colleges, 1885-1898. 

Yoimghusband, Romer Edward, third son of General Robert Romer 
Younghusband, Rugby, aged 11, June 13. Left 187l 2 . Town 

Balliol College, Oxford, Exhibitioner, 1876, B.A. 1879. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's 
Inn, 1879. Indian Civil Service, Bengal; from 1879. Deputy Commissioner of 
Rawal Pindi, Punjab. East India United Service Club. 

Herapath, Edwin Loud, son of Edwin John Herapath, Esq., 1, Kidbrooke 
Park, Blackheath, aged 15, April 24. Left 1871 2 . Elsee 

Gazetted to the 2nd West India Regiment, 1875. Captain, Yorkshire Regiment, 
1885. Paymaster, 1884. Hon. Major, 1894. Staff Paymaster, 1899. 

Jackson, William Shutt, son of the Rev. William Edward Jackson, 
Vicarage, Lilbourne, aged 15, Feb. 18. Left 1872 2 . Town 

Classical Scholar, Toronto University. Also B.A. London University. First 
Classical Master in Upper Canada College, Deer Park, Ontario. 

Lowrey, Francis, second son of William Barmoor Lowrey, Esq., Beal, 
Northumberland, aged 14, August 2. Left 1874 2 . Hutchinson 

New College, Oxford, B.A. 1878. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1880. North 
Eastern Circuit. Of 1, Brick Court, Temple, London, E.G. 

Patry, James Henry, son of Robert Stephen Patry, Esq., The Chesnuts, 
Sydenham Hill, S.E., aged 14, July 31. Left 1874 1 . Wilson 

In business in Mincing Lane. Of Holly Brow, Sydenham Hill, London, S.E. 

Rose, Edward Temple, son of the Hon, Sir John Rose, K.C.B., 18, Queen's 
Gate, London, aged 14, November 2. Left 1872 2 . Moberly 

Captain, 10th Hussars. Retired 1886. Served in the Affghan War, 1878-79. 
Medal with Clasp. Of The Cottage, Turnditch, Derby. 



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Aldridge, Walter Henry, son of Walter William Aldridge, Esq., 38, 

Mecklenburgh Square, London, aged 14, February 22. Left 

1873 1 . Hutchinson 
Died before 1886. 

Pringie, Stephen Duncan, son of John Julius Pringle, Esq., 1, HueBeaujou, 
Paris, aged 15, January 17. Left 1872 1 . Moberly 

Sedgefield, Arthur Robert Wyatt, youngest son of J. B. Sedgefield, Esq., 
Abingdon, Berks, aged Jo, May 6. Left 1871 3 . Moberly 

M.B. M.R C S. Indian Medical Service, 1880. Surgeon-Major, 1892. Lieutenant- 
Colonel, 1900. Died at Sanawar, Punjaub, 8 February, 1902. 

Hartley, Herbert Clarkson, son of J. W. Hartley, Esq., Otley, Leeds, 
aged 15, September 20. Left 1873 1 . Arnold 

Of Ashfield House, Otley, Leeds. 

Priestman, Francis, eldest son of Jonathan Priestman, Esq., Shotley 
Bridge, Durham, aged 14, August 25. Left 1872 2 . Hutchinson 

J.P. for Co. Durham. Of Shotley Park, Shotley Bridge, Durham. National 
Liberal Club. 

Belfield, Henry Conway, eldest son of John Finney Belfield, Esq., Exeter, 
aged 14, November 29. Left 1874 2 . Arnold 

Oriel College, Oxford, B. A. 1877. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1880. Western 
Circuit. Colonial Service, 1886. Commissioner of Lands, Malay States, from 
1896. Of Primley Hill, Paighton. J.P. Junior Carlton Club. 

BoggS, Henry Stephen, second son of Henry Boggs, Esq , Bickley, Kent, 
aged 14, September 14. Left 1872 3 . Hutchinson 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1878. Assumed the name of BRINTON, 1883. Of 57, 
Coleman Street, London, E.G. Conservative Club. 

Child, Herbert Henry, second son of William Henry Child, Esq , Avon- 
hurst, Stratford-on-Avon, aged 13, Sept. 22. Left 1875 1 . Arnold 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1878. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 1882. 
Of Rudhall, Ross, Herefordshire. United University Club. 

Brownfield, Douglas Harold, son of W. E. Brownfield, Esq., Barlaston, 
Stone, Staffordshire, aged 13, March 30. Left 1874 2 . Hutchinson 
A Manufacturer. Of Hem Heath, Stoke-on-Trent. 

Wise, Bernhard Ringrose, second son of Mrs. Wise, Eugby, and the late 
Edward Wise, (O.K, 1831), aged 11, Feb. 10. Left 1877 2 . Town 

Queen's CoUege, Oxford, Scholar, 1877, Cobden Prize, 1378, B.A. First Class, 
Law, 1881. Barrister-at-Law, Middle Temple, 1883. Practising in Sydney since 
1883. Attorney-General of New South Wales, 1900. 

Walker, Norman Stewart, son of Norman S. Walker, Esq., 55, Canning 
Street, Liverpool, aged 13, March 18. Left 1874 1 . Burrows 

In business in New York, from 1878. Of 71, Broadway, New York. 

Browne, Henry Barton, son of Lieut,-Col. Browne, Staff Corps, Allahabad, 
India, aged 13, January 19. Left 1872 3 . Moberly 

Died before 1886. 

Bull, Earnest William, son of William J. Bull, Esq., (O.K. 1839), Harrow, 
aged 14, September 22. Left 1870 1 . Elsee 

Died at Harrow, 1875. 



310 Hayman, 1870-4. 



Dallas, John Edwin, son of the late John Peter Grant Dallas, ward of 
Mrs. Jane Fraser, Hamilton Terrace, St. John's Wood, London, 
aged 14, January 17. Left 1872 3 . Moberly 

Indian Public Works Department, Railway Branch, 1876. Consulting Engineer, 
Assam, 1895. On furlough, 1902-4. Bast India United Service Club. 

Franklyn, William Edmund, second son of the Rev. Thomas Edmund 
Franklyn, Birmingham, aged 13, May 14. Left 1873 1 . School 

Gazetted to the 19th Foot,1874. Captain, Yorkshire Regiment, 1881 . Major, 1886. 
Lieutenant-Colonel, 1896. Brevet of Colonel, 1898. Served in the Tirah Campaign, 
1897-98, in command of the 2nd Battalion Yorkshire Regiment. At all the opera- 
tions. Mentioned in despatches. Brevet of Colonel. Medal with 2 Clasps. 
Assistant Military Secretary at Headquarters, 1902. War Office, London, S.W. 

Cunliffe, Roger, son of Roger Cunliffe, Esq., 6, Prince's Street, London, 
E.G., aged 14, July 27. Left 1874*. School 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1878, M.A. 1881. In business in London, 

Young, Arthur Henderson, second son of the late Col. Keith Young, C.B., 
Lausanne ; Switzerland, aged 15, October 31. Left 1873 2 . Moberly 

Captain, late 27th Inniskilling Fusiliers. Principal Forest Officer, Cyprus, 1892-94. 
Chief Secretary to the Government of Cyprus, from 1894. C.M.G. Of Nikosia, 
Cyprus. 

Benham, Sidney Joseph Essex, son of Edward Benham, Esq., Syon Lodge, 
Isle worth, aged 15, November 7. Left 187 1 1 . Wilson 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1878. Of Imperial Mansions, Oxford Street, London, W. 

Browett, William Thackhall. son of Thomas Browett, Esq., Coventry, 
aged 14, October 1. Left 1873 3 . Hutchinson 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1880. Of Keresley House, Coventry. 

Baggallay, Frederick, son of The Right Hon. Sir Richard Baggallay, 
afterwards Lord Justice, 55, Queen's Gate, London, aged 14, 
May 16 Left 1874 2 . Burrows 

Caius College, Cambridge, B.A. 1878, M.A. 1881. Vicar of St. Peter, Mancroft, 
Norwich, 1884-90, of Holy Trinity, Weymouth, 1890-94, and of Oakham, Rutland, 
from 1894. 

Deane, Robert Hugh Cholmondeley, eldest son of the Rev. Francis Hugh 
Deane, (O.R. 1830), Horsington Rectory, Lincolnshire, aged 13, 
February 14. Left 1873 3 . Town 

Sometime a Master at Horncastle Grammar School. Afterwards in Guinness' 
Brewery, Dublin, 1877. South Cork Militia. Died, 17 May, 1894. 

Chilcott, Gilbert Heale, eldest son of Gilbert John Chilcott, Esq., aged 14, 
December 16. Left 1873 2 . School 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1878. Of 9, Strangways Terrace, Truro. 

Burrows, Leonard Hedley, eldest son of the Rev. Leonard Francis 
Harrows, Rugby, aged 12, December 7. Left 1872 1 . Burrows 

Went to Charterhouse, 1872. New College, Oxford, B.A. 1881, M.A. 1884. Vicar 
of Godalming, Surrey, from 1886. 

Eskrigge, Herbert, son of John Eskrigge, Esq., Hollywood, Stockport, 
aged 14, July 5. Left 1873 1 . School 

In business at Stockport. 

Ravenscroft, John, eldest son of John Ravenscroft, Esq., Lingdale House, 
Birkenhead. aged 13, June 11. Left 1875 s . School 

Exeter College, Oxford, B.A. 1879, M.A. 1882. Died in South America, 18 
August, 1902. 



Hayman, 1870-4, 311 



Wise, Edward Theodore, son of Mrs. Wise, Rugby, and the late Edward 
Wise, Esq., (O.R. 1831), aged 13. November 12. Left 1875 1 . Town 
A Clerk in the Bank of England, 1875. Of 11, Victoria Street, London, S W. 

Owen, Charles M., son of Arthur Owen, Esq., Erway, Rhuabon. aged 14, 
May 23. Left 1872 2 . Wilson 

Cope, Alfred Norris. son of the Rev. Francis rladen Cope, Wilmslow 
Rectory, Cheshire, aged 14, March 3. Left 1H71 2 . School 

St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1877, M.A. 1886. Vicar of Dormington, 
Herefordshire, from 1886. 

Chapman, Walter Ingram, son of Thomas Edward Chapman, Esq., 
Silksworth Hall, Sunderland.aged 14. March 25. Left 1871 V School 

In the Merchant Service, 1872-78. In business at Sunderland, 1878-95. Of North 
Bank, Eamont Bridge, Penrith. 

Costobadie, William Palliser, eldest son of Major James Palliser Costobadie, 
Rugby, aged 15, November 1. Left'l871 3 . Town 

Member of Institute of Civil Engineers. Practised in South America for twenty 
years. Of Kirkby-on-Bain, Woodhall Spa, Lincoln. 

Shllte, Stephen Bisse, son of George Bent Shnte, Esq., Moorside, Widnea, 
Warrington, aged 14, January 8. Left 1871 3 . Moberly 

Died at Liverpool, 5 December, 1876. 

Hotham, George, third son of John Botham, Esq., Bawtry, aged 13, April 
14. Left 1871 2 . Elsee 

Brasenose College, Oxford, 1874. 

Walton, Bendyshe William Ellys, son of'Ellys Anderson Stephen Walton. 
Esq., Bower Hill. Haverhill, Essex, aged 14. August 8. Left 
1872 1 . B. Smith 

Sometime Captain, West Essex Militia. Died 1885. 

Burbidge, Arthur, son of Mr. John Burbidge, Rugby, aged 10, August 
13. Left 1874 3 . Town 

Died 9 May, 1881. 

Cleaver, Frederick James, son of Mr. Amos Cleaver, Grocer, Rugby, aged 
11, January 21. Left 1871 2 . Town 

In business as a Builder. Of Glenthorn, 68, Hillmorton Road, Rugby. 

ENTRANCES IN MAY, 1870. 

Currie, John William, son of Samuel Currie, Esq., M.D., 19, Talbot Road, 
London, aged 14, January 21. Left 1873 3 . Wilson 

Gazetted to the 6th Foot, 1877. Captain, Madras Staff Corps, 1887. Major, 1896 
Served in the Burmese Expedition, 1886-87. Medal with two Clasps. 

King, George Lionel, son of George King, Esq., 41, Upper Brunswick 
Place, Brighton, aged 13, April 6. Left 1876 2 . Elsee 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1880. M.A. 1884. Of 52, Norfolk Square, Brighton. 

Peile, Solomon Charles Frederic, son of Lieutenant-Colonel Frederic 
Peile. R.E., India, aged 14, December 11. Left 1871 s . Elsee 

Gazetted to the 109th Foot, 1873. Captain, Bengal Staff Corps, 1885. Major and 
Brevet Colonel, 1894. Lieutenant-Colonel. 1900. Served in the Affghan War, 
1878-79. Medal In the Burmese Expedition, 1896-97. Thanked by Government 
of India. Mentioned in despatches. Served in the Kachin Hills operations 
1892-93. United Service Club. 



312 Hayman, 1870-4. 



Poster, Gerald John, eighth son of Richard Foster, Esq., Castle, Lostwithiel, 
aged 14, December 23. Left 1874 8 . Hutchinsnn 

Exhibitioner, 1874. Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1878, M.A. 1881. Some- 
time Second Master at the Lower School of Lawrence Sheriffe, Rugby. Curate 
of St. John the Evangelist, Holborn, from 1883. Of The Clergy House, Red Lion 
Square, London, W.C. 

Peel, Edward Lennox, eldest son of Charles Peel, Esq., Fulshaw Hall, 
Wilmslow, Cheshire, aged 14, December 17. Left 1874*. Elsee 

Exhibitioner, 1874. Balliol College, Oxford. First Class, Classical Moderations, 
1876, B.A. 1879, M.A. 1882. In business in Liverpool. Author of "A Highland 
Gathering," and other works. Of St. Andrew's Road, Bedford. 

Bevan, William Armine, son of the Rev. William Latham Bevan (O.B. 
1835), Hay, Brecon, aged 14, June 20. Left 1875 3 . Burrows 

In business in London, and Chairman of the Newcastle Breweries, Limited. Of 
50, Harrington Gardens, London, S.W. 

Bourchier, Arthur, younger son of the late Rev. Thomas Bourchier, St. 
Matthews Street, Rugby, aged 14, Nov. 2. Left 187 1 3 . Town 

Sometime in the Peninsular and Oriental Company's Service. Joined the 
Imperial Light Horse serving in the Boer War, and died at Johannesberg, 14 July, 
of wounds received in action at Rietfontein, 7 July, 1900. 

Berkley, William Charles, son of William Berkley, Esq., Hillmorton Road, 
Rugby, aged 13, July 18. Left 1873 3 . Town 

Cattell, George Francis, son of John Cattell, Esq., Clifton Road, Rugby, 
aged 12, October 29. Left 1871 3 . Town 

Farmed his own land at Swinford, Leicestershire. Died, 6 April, 1887. 

Hughes, John Arthur, son of Henry Hughes, Esq., The Priory, Waltham- 
stow, Essex, aged 14. January 14. Left 1873 1 . School 

In business in London. Of 10, Basinghall Street, London, B.C. 

Hemming, Henry Baird, elder son of George Wirgman Hemming, Esq., 
Q.O., 3, Victoria Road, Hampstead, aged 14, April 19. Left 
1873 1 . School 

Trinity College, Cambridge, First Class, Law Tripos, 1878, LL.B. 1879. Barrister- 
at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 1880. Of 13, New Square, Lincoln's Inn, London, 
W.C., and 9, Phillimore Terrace, W. New University Club. 

Sapte, William, son of Captain William Sapte, Rugby, aged 14, January 9. 
Left 1873 2 . Town 

A Dramatic Author. Of Broadbridge Heath, Horsham, Sussex. 

Coote, Walter, son of Thomas Coote, Esq., St. Ives, Huntingdon, aged 14, 
May 29. Left 1872 2 . Burrows 

A Civil Engineer, but bad health obliged him to travel. Published " Wanderings 
South and East," and other works. Died 25 March, 1890. 

Barlow, Robert, seventh son of Arthur Barlow, Esq., North George Street, 
Dublin, aged 14, January 8. Left 1873 3 . Town and Arnold 

Manager of the Delhi and London Bank, Delhi and Simla, 1885-96. In business 
in Bombay, from 1896. Royal Bombay Yacht Club. 

Bulman, Harrison Francis, son of John Bulman, Esq., Newcastle on-Tyne, 
aged 13, June 15. Left 1873 3 . School 

A Mining Engineer, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 



Hayman, 1870-4. 313 



Sllgden, Claude, son of the late John Greenwood Sugden, Esq., The 
Mount, York, aged 14, July 1. Left 1872 3 . Hutchinson 

Higgin, William Sinclair, son of Thomas Higgin, Esq., Lansdowne House, 
Huyton, aged 14, March 23. Left 1873 3 . Moberly 

In business at Liverpool. Of 3, Exchange Court, Exchange Street East, and 
The Tower, Freshfield, Liverpool. 

Harris, John Duffus, ward of John Duffus, Esq., Halifax, Nova Scotia, 
aged 15, January 2. Left 1873 2 . Hutchinson 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1877. A Stockbroker at New York, U.S.A. 

Younghusband, George William, son of Major-General Robert Romer 
Yonnghusband, Rugby, aged 14, May 1. Left 1871 2 . Town 

Gazetted to the 34th Regiment, 1875, the 2nd Punjab Cavalry, 1877, the 14th 
Bengal Lancers, 1881. Captain, 1886. Major, 1895. Served in the Jowaki Cam- 
paigns, 1877-78, Medal with Clasp, and in the Affghan War, 1878-80. Mentioned 
in despatches. Medal with Clasp. Died of cholera, at Jubbulpore, 1897. 

Bealey, Robert John, eldest son of Samuel Bealey, Esq., New Zealand, 
aged 14, November 4. Left 1873 3 . School 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1878. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 1882. 
Practising at Nelson, British Columbia. 

Bannister, Albert Conyngham, son of A. Bannister, Esq., Hessle, Hull, 
aged 14, January 26. Left 1875 1 . Elsee 

In business in Hull. 

Mussabini, Ferdinand, son of Pierre Mussabini, Esq., West Derby, Liver- 
pool, aged 15, August 4. Left 1871 1 . Burrows 

In the Union Bank of London, from 1873. Of 47, Cambridge Gardens, Netting 
HiU, London, W. 

Langdon, Frederick Edward Whitter, third son of John Churchill Langdon, 
Esq., Chard, Somerset, aged 13, July 12. Left 1875 2 . Arnold, 

Corpus Christi College, Oxford, B.A. 1879, M.A. 1883. Curate of Membury, 
Axminster, Devon, from 1898. 

Trott, Henry William, youngest son of Mr. Thomas Trott, Rugby, aged 13, 
January 17. Left 1876 2 . Town 

Non-Collegiate, Oxford, B.A. and M.A. 1887. Vicar of Over Peover, Cheshire, 
from 1893. 

Porman, James, fourth son of Thomas Forman, Esq., 17, Long Row, 
Nottingham, aged 14, September 17. Left 1874 2 . School 

Oriel College, Oxford, B.A. 1877. In business at Nottingham. Of Castle Grove, 
Nottingham. 

Oldham, Edward Forbes, son of Thomas Oldham, Esq., India, aged 15, 
June 21. Left 1871 2 . Town 

Sometime a Tea Planter in India. Residing at Bletchley, 1902. 

Hatch, George Pelham, son of Colonel George Cliff Hatch, India, aged 14, 
May 23. Left 1872 2 . School 

Gazetted to the Wiltshire Regiment, 1876. Captain, 1883. Transferred to West 
India Regiment, 1888. Lieutenant-Colonel Commandant East African Rifles, 
from 1895. Served in the Affghan War, 1879-80. Medal. Served in the Egyptian 
War, 1882. At the Battle of Tel-el-Kebir. Medal with Clasp and Bronze Star. 
C.M.G., 1898. 
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314 Hayman, 1870-4. 



Howell, Charles Frederic, son of Charles Henry Howell, Esq., 39, Gloucester 
Place, London, W., aged 15, July 27. Left 1872 s . Burrows 

A Stockbroker in London. Of Hill Field, Leatherhead. 

Wallerstein, Francis Edward, son of the late Edward Wallersteiu, Esq., 
Rugby, aged 13, October 14. Left 1875 3 . Town 

Gazetted to the 65th Foot, 1876. Captain, York and Lancaster Regiment, 1882. 
Major, 1891. Lieutenant-Colonel, 1901 . Naval and Military Club. 

Melly, Charles Henry, eldest son of Charles Pierre Melly, Esq., (OR. 
1844). Riversley, Mossley Hill, Liverpool, aged 13, April 10. 
Left 1872 3 . Elsee 

A Merchant in Liverpool, 1874-95. Of LinviUe, Malvern. 

Haiidfield-Jones, Charles Montague, son of Charles Handfield- Jones, Esq., 
M.D., (O.K. 1833), 49, Green Street, London, aged 14, May 12. 
Left 1873 3 . B. Smith 

M.D. Practising in London. Of 49, Green Street, London, W. 

Frith, Colin Cokayne, eldest son of Major Cokayne Frith, Bugby, aged 13, 
October 1. Left 1872 2 . Town 

St. John's College, Oxford, B.A. 1879, M.A. 1887. Has assumed the name of 
COKAYNE-FRITH. Incumbent of Waiuku, Auckland, New Zealand. 

Hamilton, James Campbell, eldest son of the late James Campbell 
Hamilton, ward of William Eorison, Esq., Carluke, Lanarkshire, 
aged 14, April 6. Left 1873 2 . Arnold 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. 1878. Gazetted to the 2nd Dragoons, Koyal Scots 
Greys, 1877. Died at Dublin, 1881. 

Ronald, Robert Wilson, eldest son of Robert Brnce Ronald, Esq., ward of 

Byron Ronald, Esq., 14, Phillimore Gardens, London, aged 14, 

October 30. Left 1871 3 . Arnold 

In New South Wales. J. P. for that Colony. Of Nap Nap, Hay, New South Wales. 

Roberts, William Bertie, son of Captain Bertie Roberts, Penenden, 
Maidstone, aged 13, June 29. Left 1873 2 . B. Smith 

Formerly Lieutenant, 23rd Royal Welsh Fusiliers, 1876. 

Forshaw, John, second son of John Forshaw, Esq., 29, Grove Park, 
Liverpool, aged 14, May 13. Left 187 1 3 . B. Smith 

In business at Liverpool. Assistant Secretary, Liverpool Cotton Association, 
1882-5. Died 8 July, 1885. 

ENTRANCES IN SEPTEMBER, 1870, 

Walton, Frank, son of Frederic Walton, Esq., Albrighton, Wolver- 
hSmpton, aged 13, July 12. Left 1876*. Elsee 

In business at Wolverhampton. 

Stanhope, Leicester Charles, son of Russell Charles Stanhope, Esq., Spa, 
Belgium, aged 14, October 26. Left 1871 2 . Burrows 

Honey, Ernest, son of Henry Honey, Esq., 1, Westbourne Square, London, 
aged 14, March 28. Left 1871 1 . School 

Clare College, Cambridge. In business in London. 



Hayman, 1870-4. 315 

Dawson, Cuthberfc Pilkington, eldest son of Thomas Pilkington Dawson, 
Esq., Boxford, Colchester, aged 13, April 4. Lett 1873 2 . School 

Gazetted to the 2nd Dragoon Guards, 1878. Captain, 1885. Major, 1892. Army 
Ordnance Department. Of Groton House, Suffolk. Naval and Military Club. 

Jardine, Edmund, son of Edmund Jardine, Esq., Beach Lawn, Waterloo, 
Liverpool, aged 12, October 15. Left 1876 1 . School 

Brasenose College, Oxford, 1877. A Schoolmaster in New Zealand since 1880. 
Of Ormond, near Gisborne, 1902. 

Hope, Charles Edward, fourth son of Thomas Arthur Hope, Esq., Stanton 
Bebington, Cheshire, aged 13, December 12. Left 1874 3 . Moberly 

Formerly in business in Liverpool. J.P. for Cheshire. Of Burton, Neston, 
Chester. 

Frank, Laurence Ward, second son of Robert Hayston Frank, Esq., Ash- 
bourne Hall, Derbyshire, aged 14. Sept. 1. Left 1874 3 . Burrows 

Magdalen College, Oxford, B.A. 1882, M.A. 1882. Of Ashbourne Hall, Ashbourne, 
Derbyshire. 

St. George, Acheson Whitmore, third son of William Whitmore St. George, 
Esq., Holly Bank, Clifton Park, Birkenhead, aged 14, August 9. 
Left 1872 3 . B. Smith 

Gazetted to the 14th Foot, 1878. Captain, West Yorkshire Regiment, 1883. 
Major, 1892. Retired. Junior United Service Club. 

Cuninghame, Glencairn Robertson, son of Arthur Wellesley Robertson 
Cuninghame, Esq., Auchenharvie, Steventon, Ayrshire, aged 14, 
July 24. Left 1871 2 . School 

Gazetted to 4th Hussars, 1880. Captain, 1887. Retired. Served in the Egyptian 
War, 1882, and present at the battle of " 
Khedive's Star. Naval and Military Club. 



War, 1882, and present at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir. Medal and Clasp, and 

"" r. Na-v " 



Sherriff, George, son of John Bell Sherriff, Esq., Carronvale, Falkirk, N.B., 
aged 14, March 24. Left 1872 2 . School 

Glasgow University, 1873. In business in Glasgow, from 1874. J.P. Of Carron- 
vale, Larbert, N.B. 

Baily, William Oakley, son of Joseph Baily, Esq., Great Linford, Newport 
Pagnell, aged 14, January 8. Left 1872 2 . B. Smith 

In business as a Brewer. Of 3, Leopold Road, Brighton. Died, 12 May, 4 1902. 

Hilton, Murray Venables, son of the Rev. Clarence Jones Hilton, Badles- 
mere Rectory, Faversham, aged 13, Oct. 14. Left 1875 2 . Wilson 

Trinity College, Cambridge. Gazetted to the 29th Foot, 1878. Captain, Wor- 
cestershire Regiment, 1885. Major, 1892. Lieutenant-Colonel, 1900. Served in 
the Zhob Valley Expedition, 1884. Junior United Service Club. 

Bolton, Robert Herbert Briscoe, only son of Thomas Frederick Bolton, 
Esq., Ambleside, aged 13, March 29. Left 1875 3 . School 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1880, M.A. 1883. St. George's Hospital, 1882-84. 
Of 19, Woburn Square, London, W.C. 

Teage, Dixon Williams Arthur, son of John Laud Teage, Oporto, aged 14, 

April 8. Left 1874 2 . B. Smith 

Formerly a Wine Shipper at Oporto. Of Haversham Manor, Wolverton, Bucks. 

Sandys, Hon. Michael Edwin Marcus, son of Lady Sandys, 2, Chesham 
Street, London, and the late Lord Sandys, aged 14, December 31. 
Left 1874 a . Burrows 

On the London Stock Exchange. Turf Club. 



316 Hayman, 1S70-4. 



Kingdon, James Henry, eldest sou of James Smith Kingdon, Esq , 16, 
Alwyne Road, Canonbury, aged 14, May 12. Left 1874 3 , Burrows 

St. John's College, Oxford, B.A. 1882, M.A. 1884. Curate of Watlington, Oxon, 
1885. Died before 1890. 

Stewart, William Neville, son of William Charles Stewart, Esq., The 
Elms, Dunchurch Road, Rugby, aged 16, June 13. Left 1872 3 . Town 
In the Irish Land Department. Of 2, De Vesci Terrace, Kingstown, Dublin. 

Stephen, Herbert, eldest son of James Fitzjames Stephen, Esq., India, 
afterwards K. C.S.I., Justice of the Queen's Bench, and a Baronet, 
aged 13, June 25. Left 1875 2 . Wilson 

Trinity College, Cambridge, LL.B. 1879, LL.M. 1882. Barrister-at-La\v, Inner 
Temple, 1881. Succeeded his father as second Baronet, 1894. Of 33, Dorset 
Square, London, W. Athenaeum Club. 

Heather, Frederic William, son of James Heather, Esq., 171, Camden Road, 
London, aged 14, June 16. Left 1875 2 . Arnold 

Trinity Hall, Cambridge, B.A 1880. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1882. Of 
5, Hare Court, Temple, London, B.C. 

Kerr, Robert Malcolm Napier, eldest son of Robert Malcolm Kerr, Esq., 
7, Chester Terrace, Regents Park, London, aged 13, February 7. 
Left 1875 3 . Wilson 

Brasenose College, Oxford, B.A. 1879, M.A. 1883. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 
1882. Of 1, Elm Court, Temple, London, B.C. 

Burrows, Basil, second son of the Rev. Leonard Francis Burrows, Rugby, 
aged 11, May 12. Left 1872 1 . Burrows 

Went to Charterhouse, 1872. Hertford College, Oxford, Scholar, B.A. 1882, M.A. 
1882. Rector of Eythorne, Dover, from 1894. 

Neilson, Ralph Langton, younger son of John Neilson, Esq., Backhouse, 
Fulwood Park, Liverpool, aged 14, Aug. 26. Left 187 I 2 . Elsee 
In business in Liverpool. Of Fulwood Park, Liverpool. 

Prower, Nelson, second son of J. Elton Mervyn Prower, Esq., Purton 
House, Swindon, aged 13, November 7. Left 1874 3 . Hutchinson 
Brasenose College, Oxford, B.A. 1878, M.A, 1882. 

Rayner, Thomas Dyson, eldest son of Joseph Rayner, Esq., Blundel Sands, 
Liverpool, aged 13, January 16. Left 1873 2 . School 

Exeter College, Oxford, B.A. 1877. Went to America. 

Stansfeld, Edward, eldest son of Thomas Wolridge Stansfeld, Esq., Weet- 
wood Grove, Leeds, aged 15, April 23. Left 1871 3 . Elsee 

A Foreign Merchant, Stansfeld Brown and Co,, Leeds, from 1874. J.P. Of 
Weetwood, Menston, Leeds. 

Johnson, Thomas Fielding, eldest son of Thomas Fielding Johnson, Esq., 
Brookfield, Leicester, aged 14, April 24. Left 1874 3 . Wilson 

University College, Oxford, B.A. 1878. In business at Leicester. Of Ivy Lodge, 
Leicester. 

Barlow, Edward Percy, son of Francis William Barlow, Esq., Sandfield, 
Bickley, aged 15, May 4. Left 1872 3 . B. Smith 

Formerly in business in London. Of 5, Waterloo Crescent, Dover. 

Symonds, Ernest John, second son of Frederick Symonds, Esq., St. John's 
Street, Lichfield, aged 15, January 25. Left 1872 3 . Hutchinson 

County Inspector of Weights and Measures for Shropshire. Of Haughton 
Grange, Shifnal. 



Hayman, 1870-4. 317 



Thornton, William Holfc, son of William Henry Thornton, Esq., Dewsbury, 
Yorkshire, aged 14, June 11. Left 1874 2 . B. Smith 

St. John's CoUege, Cambridge, B.A. 1878, M.A. 1881, LL.M. 1881. 

Oakes, Henry Frederick, son of William T. Smith Oakes, Esq., Rutland 
Lodge, Addison Road, W 1 ., aged 15, September 28. Left 
1873 1 . Hutchinson 

Gains College, Cambridge, B.A. 1879. Formerly a Solicitor. 

Ashton, Samuel Edgar, second son of Thomas Ashton, Esq., Ford Bank, 
Didsbury, aged 13, January 14. Left 1876 2 . Elsee 

Oriel College, Oxford, 1876. Drowned while bathing, 10 August, 1880. 

Oldham, Charles Skinner Dansey Oldham, son of Charles Oldham, Esq., 
King's Bromley, Lichfield, aged 14, April 27. Left 1873 3 . Moberly 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1877. Gazetted to the 4th Dragoon Guards, 
1880. Captain, 1885. Retired, 1889. Of Bellamour Lodge, Rugeley, Staffordshire. 

Kershaw, James Edward, eldest son of Mrs. Kershaw, 74, Regents Park 
Road. London, and the late James Kershaw, aged 14, February 10. 
Left 1874 s . School 

University College, Oxford, B.A. 1877, B.Med. and M.A. 1885. Sometime 
Surgeon at St. Thomas Hospital, London. 

Lawrence, Samuel, son of Robert Lawrence, Esq., Am well House, Ware, 
aged 15, July 14. Left 1872 3 . Elsee 

Walton, Henry Arthur, son of Frederic Walton, Esq., St. Cuthberts, 
Albrighton, Wolverhampton, aged 14, Nov. 14. Left 1874 3 . Elsee 
St. John's College, Cambridge. 

Philby, Harry Montague, son of Henry Adams Phil by, Esq , Taylors, 
Chigwell, Essex, aged 13, November 13. Left 1873 a . Moberly 

A Planter in Ceylon. Served in the South African War, 1900-1901. Of Teign- 
mouth, Devon. 

Bateson, William Blakie, son of William Gandy Bateson. Esq., New Heys, 
Allerton, Liverpool, aged 14, September 17. Left 1873 3 . School 

Formerly in. business in Valparaiso. Joined Paget's Horse, December, 1900, and 
served in the South African War. Medal. Ol Elmhurst, Aigburth. 

Reynolds, Edmund Denison, son of Thomas Reynolds, Esq., Ottawa, 
Canada, aged 15, July 25. Left 1872 2 . Moberly 

Resident in Canada. 

Johnson, John Williams, son of Richard William Johnson, Esq., Brickle- 
hampton Hall, Pershore, aged 15, August 18. Left 1874 2 . Elsee 

Trinity College, Cambridge. In a Bank in London. Of Rosecourt, Walton -on- 
Thames. 

Hutchinson, James Roland, son of the Rev. Thomas Neville Hutchinson, 
Rugby, aged 14, March 27. Left 1874 2 . Town 

Sometime studying for an Architect. Since etching for the Press. Of 5, Church 
Road, Guildford. 

Hutchinson, Henry Neville, son of the above Rev. Thomas Neville 
Hutchinson, aged 14, March 27. Left 1875 2 . Town 

St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1879. F.G.S. Ordained, 1883. Author of 
" Extinct Monsters," and other works. Royal Societies' Club. 



318 Hayman, 1870-4. 



Walker, John Reid, son of Sir Andrew Barclay Walker, Bart., Grange, 
Gateacre, Liverpool, aged 15, June 4. Left 1872 3 . Hutchinson 
Of Chestall House, Rugeley. J.P. for Staffordshire. Boodle's Club. 

Allen, Thomas Eaton, second son of the Rev. Edmund Edward Allen, 
Porthkerry Rectory, Cowbridge.aged 15, April 7. Left 1873 s . Arnold 
In the Civil Service, Wills Department, Somerset House. 

Newton, Francis James, third son of Francis Rhodes Newton, Esq., 19, 
Lowndes Square, London, aged 13, Sept. 13. Left 1876 2 . Hutchinson 

University College, Oxford, B.A. 1879. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1890. 
Colonial Secretary of British Bechuanaland, 1889-95, and Resident Commissioner, 
1895-98. Colonial Secretary of British Honduras, from 1898. C.M.G. 1892. Of 
Belize, British Honduras. 

Harrison, George Lovell, son of William EJenry Harrison, Esq., Oxenden, 
Northants, aged 15, July 24. Left 1873 1 . Hutchinson 

An Artist, and Animal Painter. Exhibits at the Royal Academy, and other 
Galleries. Of 101, Comeragh Road, West Kensington, London, W. 

Hawtrey, William Francis, son of the Rev. J. W. Hawtrey, Aldin House, 
Slough, aged 14, January 21. Left 1875 1 . Elsee 

On the Stage. 

Moore, Thomas Coney Tunnard, eldest son of Charles Thomas John 
Moore, Esq., Frampton Hall, Boston, aged 15, December 29. 
Left 1872 2 . Hutchinson 

Magdalen College, Oxford, B.A. 1877. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 1879. 
J.P. for Lincolnshire. Assumed the name of TUNNARD-MOOUE. Of Strafford 
House, Boston. 

Wanton, Frederic William, son of Mrs. Wauton, Eugby, and the late 
Rev. Joseph Atherton Wauton, aged 13, Aug. 6. Left 1873 3 . Town 

Shipwrecked in the Channel in the Avalanche, September, 1877, while on the 
voyage to New Zealand. 

Hume, John Stewart Macartney, son of Mrs. Hume, afterwards Mrs. 
Caldecott, The Lodge, Rugby aged 14, Aug. 12. Left 1873 2 . Town 

Gazetted to the 38th Foot, 1875. Captain, South Staffordshire Regiment, 1883. 
Major, 1893. Retired. Served in the Egyptian Expedition, 1882. Mentioned in 
despatches. Medal and Bronze Star. 

Bolton, Samuel, son of Joseph Cheney Bolton, Esq., Carbrook, Falkirk, 
N.B., aged 14, October 21. Left 1874 2 . School Elsee 

Settled in New Zealand. Of Palliatna, New Zealand. 

Pratt, Henry Montague, son of Spencer Pratt, Esq., Stanwick House, 
Higham Ferrers, aged 14, April 28. Left 1871 3 . Wilson 

Pennyman, James Worsley, eldest son of James Stovin Pennyman, Esq., 
Ormesby Hall, Middlesbrough, aged 14, August 10. Left 
1875 3 . B. Smith 

Trinity College, Cambridge, Scholar, 1875, B.A. 1880, M.A. 1883. Barrister-at-Law, 
Inner Temple, 1882. J.P. and D.L. for North Hiding. Of Ormesby Hall, 
Middlesbrough. Carlton Club. 

Gray, James, eldest son of Donald Gray, Esq., Golspie, Sutherland, aged 
14, July 19. Left 1875 s . Hutchinson 

Major and Minor Exhibitioner, 1875. University College, Oxford, Exhibitioner, 
1875, First Class, Classical Moderations, 1877, B.A. 1879. Admitted a Solicitor, 
1881. Solicitor to the Admiralty, Greenwich Hospital. Of 5, New Court, Lin- 
coln's Inn, W.C. Athenaeum Club. 



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Maturin, Charles Edward, son of William Henry Mafcurin. Esq., 23, 

william Place, Dublin, aged 15, February 8. Left 1872 1 . 13. Smith 

Gazetted to the Royal Artillery, 1875. Captain, 1884. Adjutant, Kent Artillery 
Volunteers, 1888. 

Vernon, George Frederick, only son of George Vernon, Esq., 32, Montagu 
(Square, London, aged 14, June 20. 'Left 1874 2 . Wilson 

Barrister-at-Law, Middle Temple, 1880. Played Cricket for Middlesex, 18781897. 
Sailed for the Gold Coast, February, 1902, and died at Elmina, 10 August, 1902. 

Hamilton, Gilbert de Saumarez, son of Gilbert Hamilton, Esq., Leamington, 

aged 13, February 24. Left 1875 2 . Burrows 

Formerly in business in London. Of Hopton House, Newbold Road, Leamington. 

Stuckey, John, eldest son of the late Peter SStnckey, ward of Mylrea 
Frederic Garland, Esq., Wiesbaden, aged 17, Dec. 31. Left 1871 2 . 

Moberly 

Brasenose College, Oxford, B.A. 1877. Lost off Melbourne, Australia, 1878. 

Prichard, Walter Henry, eldest son of Mrs. Prichard, Netherton, Hunger- 
ford, and the late Rev. Constantino Estlin Prichard, aged 13, 
October 26. Left 1875 2 . School 

Queen's College, Oxford, Scholar, 1875, B.A 1880. 

Lushington, Edward Charles Mortimer, eldest son of Franklyn Lushing- 
ton, Esq., Ferriby, Brough aged 14, Dec. 15. Left 1871 3 . School 

Gazetted to the 13th Foot, 1874. Captain Pengal Staff Corps, 1886, and Madras 
Staff Corps, 1888. Major, 1895. Served in the Burmese Expedition, 1886-83. 
Medal with two Clasps. East India United Service Club. 

Hamilton, Robert Abercromby, eldest/ son of Alexander Henry Aber- 
cromby Hamilton, Esq., Fairfield, Exeter, aged 14, June 22. 
Left 1873 3 . School 

St. John's College, Oxford, B.A. 1879, M.A. 1882. Vicar of Cranbourne, Windsor 
Forest, from 1891. 

Gordon, Lord Granville Armine, son of Lady Huntly, Orton Hall, Peter- 
borough, and the late Marquess of Huntly, aged 14, June 14. 
Left 187t 2 . School 

Formerly in the Longford Militia. Author of "Sporting Reminiscences," 1902 
Of 28, Charles Street, Berkeley square, W. Turf Club. 

Paxton, Harry Kent, son of William Paxton, Esq., 1, Palace Gate, London, 
W., aged 14, March 9. Left 1874 2 . Wilson 

Trinity College, Cambridge. A Stockbroker in London. Of 18, Chester Terrace 
Regents Park. 

Ludlam, Charles Alfred, son of Jeffery Ludlam, Esq., 1, Clifton Gardens, 
Maida Vale, London, aged 14, October 25. Left 1873 3 . Moberly 

A Brewer at Burton. Of Burton Lodge, Burton-on-Trent, Staffordshire. 

Stuart-Russell, John Rae Sydenham, son of Henry Stuart- Russell, Esq., 
Rugby, aged 14, October 27. Left 1874 2 . Town 

Sometime sheep farming in Queensland. Holds an appointment in New Guinea 
1902. 

Campbell, Colin, son of Major Colin Campbell, 24, Queen Street, Edin- 
burgh, aged 14, August 24. Left 1872 2 . Hutchinson 
In New Zealand. 



320 Hayman, 1870-4. 



Chapman, Charles, son of Charles Chapman, Esq., 29* Belsize Park, Harap- 
stead, aged 14, November 25. Left 1873 1 . Hutchinson 

St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. and LL.B. 1880, M.A. and LL.M. 1883. Of 
Millom, Broughton-in-Furness. 

Oldliam, Richard Dixon, son of Thomas Oldham, Esq., India, aged 12, 
July 31. Left 1875 2 . Town 

Emmanuel College, Cambridge, Scholar, 1875. Associate, Royal School of Mines, 
London. Employed on the Geological Survey of India, from 1879. Superintendent, 
1891. Has revised the " Manual of the Geology of India." 

Stirling, James Archibald, son of Edward Stirling, Esq., 34, Queen's 
Gardens, London, aged 14, December 6. Left 1872 3 . B. Smith 

In business in London. Of 24, Hereford Square, South Kensington. 

ENTRANCES IN JANUARY, 1871. 

Skipwith, Sir Peyton d'Estoteville, son of the late Sir Thomas George 
Skipwith, Bart., (O.R. 1813), Knoyle House, Salisbury, aged 13, 
February 12. Left 1872 3 . Burrows 

Died at Leamington Hastings, 12 May, 1891. 

Banks, John Byng, son of William Banks, Esq., 119, Rue de la Tour, Paris, 
aged 14, November 30. Left 1873 3 . Moberly 

Vicars, Hedley, eldest son of the late Edward Armstrong Vicars, Esq., 
Woodville House, Rugby, aged 13, June 6. Left 1876 1 . Town 

Charsley Hall, Oxford, 1878. Curate of St. Andrew's, Rugby, 1881-93. Rector of 
All Saints, Huntingdon, from 1893. 

Taylor, Henry Herbert, son of Mr. Robert Taylor, St. Matthew's Street, 
Rugby, aged 11, April 14. Left 1873 2 . Town 

In business as a Chemist. Of 24, Market Place, Loughborough. 

Fayrer, Robert Andrew, eldest son of Joseph Fayrer, Esq., M.D., after- 
wards Baronet, Calcutta, aged 14, June 27. Left 1874 1 . School 

Sometime in business in Calcutta. Secretary to the Indian Midland Railway 
Company, in London, from 1888. Caledonian Club. 

Benyon Winsor, William Stevens, son of William Henry Benyon Winsor, 
Esq., 29, Kensington Gardens Square, London, aged 13, October 
23. Left 1876 2 . School 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1881. Of 164, Hammersmith Road, London, W. 

Tooth, Howard Henry, son of Frederick Tooth, Esq., 36, St. Aubyn's, 
Cliftonville, Brighton, aged 14, April 22. Left 1873 2 School 

St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1877, M.A. 1881, M.B. 1882, M.D. 1886. 
F.R.C.P. Served in South Africa, 1900. Mentioned in despatches, and made 
C.M.G., 1901. Of 34, Harley Street, London, W. 

Millais, George Gray, son of John Everett Millais, Esq., R.A., afterwards 
Baronet, 7, Cromwell Place, London, aged 13, September 19. 

Left 1872 2 . Elsee 

Trinity College, Cambridge. Died, 1878. 

Parr, Thomas William, son of Mrs. Eleanor Parr, The Grove, Cossington, 
Loughborough, aged 14, May 6. Left 1873 3 . School 

Formerly a Solicitor. 



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Cracroft, Robert Weston, eldest son of Lieut.-Col. John Edward Cracroft, 
India, aged 14, January 1, Left 1876 2 . School 

Major and Minor Exhibition, 1876. Hertford College, Oxford, Scholar, 1876, 
B.A. 1880, First Class in Law, 1881, M.A. and B.C.L. 1885. Barrister-at-Law, 
Inner Temple, 1883. Of 2, Pump Court Temple, London, E.G. 

Dawson, Francois Dumesnil, son of Joseph Dawson, Esq., 46, Onslow 
Gardens, London, aged 14, August 16. Left 1875 3 . School 

Exeter College, Oxford, 1876. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1883. Died 
5 May, 1897. 

Bostock, John Yates, son of John Ashton Bostock, Esq., M.D., C.B., 
54, Chester Square, London, aged 14, Jan. 4. Left 1874 3 . B. Smith 
Pembroke College, Cambridge, B.A. 1881. Died 1886. 

Eve, Harry Trelawny, only son of Henry Thomas Eve, Esq., 17, Grosvenor 
Mansions, London, aged 14, October 13. Left 1871 2 . Elsee 

Exeter College, Oxford, B.A. and M.A. 1883. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 
1881. Q.C. 1895. Bencher, 1899. Of 4, New Square, Lincoln's Inn, London, W.C. 

Clark, Charles William Henry, son of Charles Clark, Esq., Bromborough, 
Cheshire, aged 14, March 19. Left 1875 1 . Hutchinson 

In business in Liverpool. 

Salomonson, Charles Michel, son of Henry Salomonson, Esq., Victoria 
Park, Manchester, aged 15, December 10. Left 1874 2 . Hutchinson 
Admitted a Solicitor, 1880. Of 40, Brasenose Street, Manchester. 

Henderson, Arthur, son of John Henderson, Esq., M.P., Leaze's House, 
Durham, aged 13, September 11. Left 1874 2 . Hutchinson 

In business at Durham. Of Heathfield, Kilcreggan, Dumbartonshire. 

Gordon, Hamilton, son of John Gordon, Esq., Aikenhead House, Cathcart, 
Glasgow, aged 14, February 13. Left 1874 2 . Burrows 

Howell, Francis Grinham, son of Charles Henry Howell, Esq., 39, 
Gloucester Place, London, aged 15, Dec. 26. Left 1872 3 . Burrows 
An Architect. Of 3, Lancaster Place, Strand, W.C. 

Schalch. James, son of Yernon Schalch, Esq., Calcutta, aged 14, June 13. 
Left 1873 2 . Hutchinson 

Croft, Henry, son of John Croft, Esq., Saddington, Market Harborough, 
aged 14, January 15. Left 1873'. Arnold 

Ralli, Paul, son of Antonio Ralli, Esq., 102, Westbourne Terrace, London, 
aged 14, Sept. Moberly 

Morgan, Hugh Hanmer Rayer, eldest son of the Rev. Hanraer Morgan, 
St. Athan's Rectory, Cowbridge, aged 14, February 24. Left 
1874 1 . School 

Merton College, Oxford, 1875. H is father assumed the name of MOKGAN-STRATPOHD. 

Baynes, Doctor Charles, seventh son of John Baynes. Esq., Claremont 
Hall, Blackburn, aged 14, October 10. Left 1873 3 . Burrows 

Merton College, Oxford, Postmaster, 1876. Of 135, Revidge Road, Blackburn. 

Unna, Otto William, son of Ferdinand Unna, Esq., 12, Lancaster Gate, 
London, aged 14, March 8. Left 1873 2 . Hutchinson 

In business as a Brewer. 
TOL. II. S S 



322 Hayman, 1870-4. 



Fowler, Henry Watson, eldest son of the Rev. Robert Fowler, G-rosvenor 
House, Tunbridge Wells, aged 12, March 10. Left 1877 s . School 

Major and Minor Exhibitioner, 1877. Balliol College, Oxford, Scholar, 1877, 
B. A. and M.A. 1886. Assistant Master at Sedbergh School, 1882-99. Of 14, Poultons 
Square, London, S.W. 

Solly, Arthur John, eldest son of Arthur Isaac Solly, Esq., Heathfield, 
Congleton, aged 13, December 31. Left 1875 3 . Burrows 

In business as a Silkspinner at Congleton, from 1881. J.P. for Cheshire. Of 
Westheath, Congleton. 

Dixon, Arthur Stansfeld, eldest son of George Dixon, Esq., M.P., The 
Dales, Edgbaston, aged 14, August 26. Left 1875*. Wilson 

University CoUege, Oxford, B.A. 1879. Of 3, Augustus Road, Edgbaston. 

Button, Frederic William, eldest son of William Henry Dutton, Esq , 
Newcastle, Staffs, aged 14, January 25. Left 1875 2 . Wilson 

University College, Oxford, B.A. 1877. A Solicitor at Newcastle-under-Lyme. 
Died 13 June, 1899. 

Inglis, Ernest, son of John David Inglis, Esq., Allahabad, India, aged 
13, November 11. Left 1875 3 . ^ Hutchinson 

Gazetted to the 73rd Foot, 1876. Captain, Bombay Staff Corps, 1888. Divisional 
Judge, Rmjab, 1898. Served with the Hazara Expedition, 1888. Mentioned in 
despatches. Medal with Clasp. East India United Service Club. 

Maxwell, Lewis Robert Meredith, only son of Lieut.-Col. Patrick Maxwell, 
Bombay, aged 14, September 12. Left 1874 2 . Arnold 

Corpus Christ! College, Oxford, 1874. Passed 1st into Sandhurst, 1876. Gazetted 
to the 89th Foot, 1876. Captain, Royal Irish Fusiliers, 1881, North Staffordshire 
Regiment, 1883-88. 

Hirst, Edward Theodore, third son of William Edwards Hirst, Esq., 
Lascelles Hall, Hudderwfield, aged 13, May 6. Left 1876 2 . Moberly 

Balliol CoUege, Oxford, B.A. 1880. Formerly a Solicitor. 

Reid, Herbert Astell Stewart, son of Henry P. Keid, Esq., India, aged 13, 
May 27. Left 1874 1 . School 

Sometime Lieutenant, King's Own Light Infantry, South Yorkshire Regiment. 
Served in the Affghan War, 1879-80. Wounded, and mentioned in despatches. 
Medal. Died, 1885. 

Naden, J. G. Left 1874 2 . Moberly 

Omitted in last edition. 

ENTRANCES IN APRIL, 1871. 

Fell, Edward Nelson, sixth son of Alfred Fell, Esq., Hill Side, Groom's 
Hill, Blackheath, aged 13, August 27. Left 1876 1 . Arnold 

Royal School of Mines, 1876. A Mining Engineer. Manager of the Athabasca 
Mining Company, Nelson, British Colombia. 

Underbill, William Henry, son of William Underbill, Esq., Penn Hall, 
Wolverhampton, aged 14, July 1. Left 1875 2 . Elsee 

In business. 

Veley, Yictor Hubert, second son of Frederick Thomas Veley, Esq., 
Chelmsford, Essex, aged 15, February 10. Left 1875 2 . School 

Minor Exhibitioner, 1875. University College, Oxford, B.A. 1878, First Class, 
Natural Science, M.A. 1882. 



Hayman, 1870-4. 323 



Macmahon, Lionel, fifth son of Sir Beresford Burston Macmahon, Bart., 
Bloomfield, Merrion, Co. Dublin, aged 14, June 13. Left 1874 1 . 

Mdberly 

Formerly Lieutenant, 58th Regiment. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1883. 
St. Stephen's Club. 

Sykes, Frank, eldest son of Edmund Howard Sykes, Esq., (O.R. 1842), 

Edgeley, Stookport, aged 14, November 2. Left 1873 3 . Arnold 

J.P. for Cheshire. Of Edgeley Fold, Stockport. andBorrobol, Kinbrace, Sutherland. 

Frost, Francis Aylmer, second son of Meadows Frost, Esq., Chester, 
aged 14, August 12. Left 1873 3 . Hutchinson 

Sometime in business in Chester. Afterwards in Holy Orders. Rector of Thurst- 
aston, Cheshire, 1896. Died, 2 April, 1897. 

Jameson, John George, son of Henry Jameson, Esq., Hermitage, Roebuck, 
Dublin, aged 15, August 9. Left 1874 2 . Hutchinson 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1879. In business in Dublin. Of Bow Street 
Distillery, Dublin. 

Leonard, Hugh Gastrell, son of Hugh Leonard, Esq, India, aged 14, 
August 12. Left 1873 3 . Burrows 

Gazetted to the 47th Foot, 1875. Captain, North Lancashire Regiment, 1884. 
Major, 1895. Served in the Zhob Valley Expedition, 18S4. 

Brocklehurst, Henry Dent, second son of the late Henry Brocklehurst, 
ward of Peter Pownall Brocklehurst, Esq., Macclesfield, aged 15, 
October 14. Left 1872 1 . Arnold 

Formerly in the Blues. J.P. for Gloucestershire and the West Riding of Yorkshire. 
Sometime Master of the York and Ainsty Hounds. Of M iddlethorpe Manor, York. 

Allen, Joseph Henry Baugh, third son of George Baugh Allen, Esq., 
5, Albert Terrace, Regents Park, London, aged 15, December 6. 
Left 1873 1 . Arnold 

In business in China. 

Key, Charles Aston Whinfield, eldest son of the Rev. Henry Oooper Key, 
Stretton Rectory, Hereford, aged 14, Nov. 13. Left 1875 2 . Ehee 
University College, Oxford, 1876, B.A. New Inn Hall, 1881. 

Stone, Percy, son of Coutts Stone, Esq., 64, Princes Square, London, 
aged 15, March 15. Left 1874 3 . Moberly 

An Architect. Of Carlton Hill, London, N.W. 

Satterthwaite, Edward, son of Clement Satterthwaite, Esq., Spring 
Hill, Bromley, Kent, aged 14, March 30. Left 1875 3 . School 



A Stockbroker. Brigade Major, Portsmouth Volunteer Infantry Brigade, 
Lieutenant-Colonel Commandant, 2nd Volunteer Battalion The Queen's Own, 
Royal West Kent Regiment, from 1896. Secretary to the Stock Exchange, 
London, from 1897. Of Windermere, Bromley, Kent. 

Browell, Henry Herbert, second son of Edward Mash Browell, Esq., 
Feltham, aged 14, June 21. Left 1875 2 . School 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1879, M.A. 1882. Barrister-at-Law, Inner 
Temple, 1882. Of 4, New Square, Lincoln's Inn, London, W.C. 

Grisewood, Frederick, son of Henry Grisewood, Esq., 1 5, Chesham Place, 
London, aged 13, April 30. Left 1873 3 . Wilson 

Died, 9 August, 1876. 



324 Hayman, 1870-4. 



Speid, Francis Lovell, son of Major Speid, Gourdie House, Dunkeld, 
Perthshire, aged 15, February 12. Left 1873 2 . Wilson 

Captain, Royal Highlanders. The Black Watch. Served in the Egyptian Cam- 
paign, 1882, and present at Tel-el-Kebir. Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star. 
Served in the Soudan Campaign, 1884, and present at El Teb and Temai. Two 
Clasps. Died of typhoid fever at the Royal Barracks, Dublin, 1 December, 1888. 

Knowles, Lees, eldest son of John Knowles, Esq., West wood, Pendlebury, 
Manchester, aged 14, February 16. Left 1875 2 . Hutchinson 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1879, M.A. and LL.M. 1882. Barrister-at-Law, 
Lincoln's Inn, 1882. M.P. for Salford, from 1886. Of Westwood, Pendlebury, 
and 45, Upper George Street, London, W. Carlton Club. 

Stolterfoht, James Nicholas, son of Joachim Nicholas Stolterfoht, Esq., 
Wavertree, Liverpool, aged 13, May 28. Left 1875 1 . Hutchinson 

In business in Liverpool. Of Holly Bank, Mossley Hill Road, Liverpool. 

Groom, Horace Alfred, fourth son of John Groom, Esq., Ashwicken Hall, 
King's Lynn, Norfolk, aged 14, July 15. Left 1873 2 . B. Smith 

Clare College, Cambridge, 1876. Formerly Lieutenant, 3rd Battalion, Duke of 
Cornwall's Light Infantry. In business at Newmarket. Of Fellbrigge, Cambridge. 

Law, Henry Towry, second son of Edmund Law, Esq., 3, Seymour Street, 
London, aged 14, May 29. Left 1873 2 . B. Smith 

Trinity College, Cambridge, LL.B., First Class Law Tripos, 1878. Barrister-at- 
Law, Lincoln's Inn, 1879. Of 7, Stone Buildings, Lincoln's Inn, London, W.C. 

Fort, John Geoffrey, son of Richard Fort, Esq., M.P., Reed Hall, Lan- 
cashire, aged 13, October 4. Left 1874 3 . Wilson 

In business in Ceylon. 

Campbell, Alexander, son of Robert Orr Campbell, Esq., Sutton Park, 
Polton, Beds, aged 14, May 10. Left 1874 3 . School 

In business in Glasgow. Western Club, Glasgow. 

Charlton, Thomas William, eldest son of Thomas Broughton Charlton, 
Esq., Chilwell Hall, Nottingham, aged 14, September 4. Left 
1873 1 . School 

Of Colleton Hall, Witheridge, Devon. 

Bretherton, Humphrey William, eldest son of William Bretherton, Esq., 
Runshaw Hall, Ley land, Preston, aged 13, July 6. Left 1876 2 . School 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1879, M.A. 1883. Rector of Eccleston, Lan- 
cashire, from 1882. 

Stuart-Russell, Philip, son of Henry Stuart Russell, Esq., Hillmorton 
Road, Rugby, aged 14, January 31. Left 1876 s . Town 

For many years in a bank in Sydney, N.S.W., and afterwards in Queensland. 
Died in Sydney, May, 1897. 

PaliologUB, Nicholas Lower, eldest son of Nicholas Paliologus, India, and 
Southfield, Rugby, aged 15, December 6. Left 1874 2 . Town 

Pembroke CoUege, Oxford, 1874, B.A. Charsley Hall, 1884, M.A. 1885. Barrister- 
at-Law, Inner Temple, 1880. Of 3, Temple Gardens, London, B.C. 

Bray, William, eldest son of Mr. Robert Bray, Lower Hillmorton Road, 
Rugby, aged 13, July 9. Left 1872 3 . Town 

In the service of the Local Government Board, from 1873. Governor of the 
Liverpool Workhouse and its branches, from February, 1895. 



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ENTRANCES IN SEPTEMBER, 1871. 

Page Henderson, Percy Robert, son of Mrs. Page Henderson, 28, Gloucester 
Place, London, aged 14, July 11. Left 1873 1 . Hutchinson 

In business in America. 

Comrie, William Lewis, only son of James Oomrie, Esq., Gatehill, Gate- 
house, Kirkcudbright, aged 14, Nov. 27. Left 1875 2 . Hutchinson 

St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 1882. 

Lindsell, Robert James, fourth son of Robert Henry Lindsell, Esq., (O-R. 
1832), Fairfield, Biggies wade, aged 13, September 22. Left 1875 2 . 

Hutchinson 

In business as a Brewer. J.P. for Hunts. Of Fairfield Bury, St. Ives. 

Varley, Frank, fifth son of Samuel Varley, Esq , iSDanningley, Leeds, 
aged 14, January 1. Left 1875 2 . Arnold 

Oriel College, Oxford, B.A. 1879, M.A. 1882. Rector of Greenstead, Essex, 1889- 
1893. Of Leinster House, The Ridgway, Wimbledon, Surrey. 

Holt, Percy Edward, son of Barnard Wright .Holt, Esq., 14, ISavile Row, 
London, aged 13, May 21. Left 1876 2 . Wilson 

Christ Church, Oxford, 1876. Of 40, Montagu Square, London, W. 

Mankiewicz, Frank James, elder son of James Mankiewiez, 37, Upper 
* Bedford Place, London, aged 13, January 22. Left 1877 2 . Wilson 

In business in London. 1877-96. F.Z.S. Of 2, Whitehall Court, London, S.W. 
Isthmian Club. 

Kerr, Charles Henry Malcolm, second son of Robert Malcolm Kerr, Esq., 
7, Chester Terrace, Regents Park, London, aged 13, January 12. 
Left 1877 2 . Wilson and Arnold 

Corpus Christi College, Oxford, Exhibitioner, 1878, B.A. 1881, M.A. 1884. Royal 
Academy Student, 1883-89. Member of the Royal Society of British ' Artists 
1890-93. Of 18, Aubrey Walk, Campden Hill, London, W. 

Vicars, George Rayleigh, son of Mrs. Vicars, Bilton Road, Rugby, and the 
late Edward Armstrong Vicars, Esq., aged 12, Jan. 22. Left 1873 2 . 

Town 

St. Catherine's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1884, M.A. 1887. Vicar of Wood Balling, 
Norwich, from 1897. 

Francis, Harry, son of Colonel Henry Francis, Saugur, India, a^ed 14, 
January 22. Left 1874 3 . B. Smith 

Jones, (Sydney Edward, son of Charles E. Jones, Esq., 20. Cornwall Gardens, 
London, aged 13, May 11. Left 1877 2 . School 

Minor Exhibitioner, 1877. Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1881 Admitted a 
Solicitor, 1884. Of Russell Farm, Watford. 

Muntz, John "Frederick, second son of John Devereux Muntz, Esq., 11, 
Arthur Road, Edgbaston, aged 14, January 10. Left 1872 3 . School 
Gazetted to the East Lancashire Regiment, 1878. Captain, 1883. 

Abraham, William, son of John Abraham, Esq., North Field, Birmingham, 
aged 15, April 2. Left 1875 1 . School 

St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1882. 

Dawson, Matthew Smith, second son of Joseph Dawson, Esq., 46, On slow 
Gardens, London, aged 13, December 19. Left 1876 3 . School 

Captain, Sherwood Rangers, 1895. Captain, Imperial Yeomanry, February, 1900. 
Somerset 11 African War, 1900-1902. Of Compton Castle, North Cadbury, 



326 Hayman, 1870-4. 



Varley, George, sixth son of Samuel Yarley, Esq., Stanningley, Leeds, 
aged 13, May 4. Left 1876 3 . Arnold 

St. John's College, Oxford, B.A. 1880. 

Dalton, Cecil Wilfred, son of Gustavus Dalton, Esq., Kells, Co. Meath, 
Ireland, aged 15, November 27. Left 1872 3 . Wilson 

Burnham, George Baird, eldest son of George Hodson Burnham, Esq., 
(O.K. 1842), Wellingborough, aged 14, Dec. 7. Left 1875 3 . B. Smith 

Wadham College, Oxford, 1876, First Class, Classical Moderations, 1877, B.A. 
University College, First Class Law, 1879, M.A. and B.C.L. 1882, Tutor, 1881-85, 
and from 1897. Barrister-at-Law, Middle Temple, 1886. University College, 
Oxford. St. Stephen's Club. 

Hitchcock, frank George Armstrong, son of George Hitchcock, Esq., 
22, Norfolk Crescent, London, aged 13, Jan. 11. Left 1877 1 . Burrows 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1881. Admitted a Solicitor, 1885. Of 20, 
Victoria Street, London, S.W. 

Bond, Henry Kendall, son of Henry Cooper Bond, Esq., Henley Road, 
9, Ipswich, aged 14, November 5. Left 1874 3 . Elsee 

Caius College, Cambridge, B.A. 1879, M.A. 1882. 

j John Edward, son of John Pilling Brierley, Esq., Lauriston 
House, Rochdale, aged 15, February 19. Left 1874 2 . Hutchinson 

Sometime in business in Liverpool, and in Chili, South America. Died in Liver- 
pool, 9 April, 1887. 

Clayfield-Ireland, L)ennis, sixth son of the late James Ireland Clayfield- 
Ireland, Esq., Brislington Ball, Bristol, aged 13, December 2. 
Left 1876 2 . Hutchinson 

Major Exhibitioner, 1876. New College, Oxford, Scholar, 1876, First Class, 
Moderations, 1878, B.A. 1880, M.A. 1883. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 1884. 
Of 9, Stone Buildings, Lincoln's Inn, London, W.C., and 49, Cheyne Court, 
Chelsea, S.W. 

Kirk, Percy Henry, son of Joseph Kirk, Esq., Woodside, Halifax, aged 14, 
March 6. Left 1875 3 . Wilson 

Clarke, William Wiseman Kendall, son of Joseph Clarke, Esq., 22, Craven 
Hill, London, aged 14, July 27. Left 1874 3 . Wilson 

An Architect. 

Wilkinson, George Goode, son of George Goodley Wilkinson, Esq., 
Sumraerfield House, Putney, aged 13, July 9. Left 1877*. Moberly 

Major Exhibitioner, 1877. St. John's College, Cambridge, Scholar, 1877, B.A. 
1880, M.A. 1884. Ordained, 1883. Master of a Preparatory School at Quebec 
House, St. Leonards-on-Sea, from 1881. 

Hart. Edward, son of Edward Hart, Esq., Highbury New Park, London, 
aged 15, September 11. Left 1873 3 . School 

Formerly a Solicitor. 

Pilkington, Oliver Stainton, son of William Ormerod Pilkington, Esq., 
The Willows, Preston, aged 15, August 31. Left 1872 3 . Arnold 

Associate Member of the Institution of Civil Engineers. Formerly engaged 
under the Liverpool Corporation. Of 1, Morley Road, Craig-y-don, Llandudno. 

Menzies, William, son of Graham Menzies, Esq., 58, Westbourne Terrace, 
London, aged 13, November 25. Left 1876 2 . Ehee 

In business in Edinburgh. 



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Polk, Yan Leer, son of Andrew Polk. Esq., Palazzo Tortoni, "Rome, aged 
15, July 9. Left 1873 3 . B. Smith 

Mann, Edward, son of Henry Mann, Esq , Wallfield, Stand, Manchester, 

aged 15, December 21. Left 1874 3 . School 

Sometime in Africa. An Electrical Engineer. Of 9, Bridge Street, London, S. W. 

Barkworth, John Edmund, second son of Harold "Barkworth, Esq., 
Beverley, aged 13, May 20. Left 1877 2 . School 

University CoUege, Oxford, Scholar, 1877, B A. 1881, M.A. 1884. Student of the 
Koyal College of Music, Kensington Gore, 1886. 

Felly, Charles, son of Charles Raymond Pelly, Esq., India, aged 14, 
December 4 Left 1873 1 . School 

Formerly Lieutenant, Royal Artillery. 

Johnson, James Yate Vernon, son of the late William Johnson, C.E., 
nephew of J. H. Johnson, Esq , Mountains, Tunbridge, aged 14, 
April 4. Left 187M. Hutchinson 

C.E. and a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Patent Agents. Of 7, Coates 
Gardens, Edinburgh. 

Curtler, Willoughby Francis Gale, eldest son of Thomas Gale Ourtler, 
Esq., (O.R. 1841), Bevere Knoll, Worcester, aged 13, May 24. 
Left 1877 2 . Wilson 

Oriel College, Oxford, 1877. Gazetted to the Royal Munster Fusiliers, 1880. 
Captain, 1889. Died, 4 March, 1891. 

James, Charles Ashworth, third son of John Henry James, Esq., (O.K.. 
1841). Kingswood, Watford, aged 12, Jan. P. Left 1877 2 . Elsee 

Major and Minor Exhibitioner, 1877. Balliol College, Oxford, Scholar, 1877, 
First Class Classical Moderations, 1878, Hertford Scholar and Latin Verse, 1879, 
B.A. First Class, Final Classics, Ireland Scholar, Craven Scholar, and Eldon 
Scholar, 1881. Fellow of Hertford CoUege, 1881. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's 
Inn, 1884. 

Smith, Herbert Lionel, with Mrs. Phoebe Williams (adopted by her), 
Clifton Road, Rugby, aged 13, March 12. Left 1875 3 . School 

Tapling, Victor Lorraine, ward of Thomas Tapling, Esq., Kingswood, 
South Dulwich, London, aged 15. Nov. 30 Left 1874 2 . B. Smith 
In business in London. Of 2, Ryder Street, St. James, London, S.W. 

Duff, Arthur, third son of Robert Duff, Esq., Park Nook, Prince's Park, 
Liverpool, aged 14, May 23. Left 1876 2 . Arnold 

Corpus Christi College, Oxford, B.A. 1880. In Australia from 1882. 

Marriott, Ernest Edward, son of Henry Marriott, Esq., Rowan Lodge, 
Whalley Range, Manchester, aged 14. January 15. Left 1874 3 . 

Hutchinson 
In business in Queen Victoria Street, London, E.G. 

Clayton, Henry Reginald, son of John Richard Clayton, Esq., Fairfax 
Road, Finchley New Road, N., aged 16, Mar. 10. Left 1874 3 . School 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A., First Class, Law Tripos, 1879, LL.B. 1879, 
M.A. 1882. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1881. Of 4, New Square, Lincoln's Inn. 

Rhodes, Thomas, son of Thomas Rhodes, Esq., Mersey Bank, Liverpool, 
aged 13, October 15. Left 1874 3 . Burrows 

Died soon after leaving School. 



328 Hayman, 1870-4. 



Patry, Edward, son of Robert Patry, Esq., Chesnuts, Sydenham Hill, 
aged 14, December 11. Left 1874 1 . Wilson 

An Artist. Of 14a, Kensington Crescent, London, W. 

Kennedy, Charles Moore, only son of John Pitt Kennedy, Esq., 3, Upper 
Merrion Street, Dublin, aged 14, March 19 Left 1876 2 . Wilson 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B A. 1880, M.A. 1884. Barrister-at-Law, Inner 
Temple, 1881, Western Circuit. Of 10, King's Bench Walk, Temple, E.G. United 
University Club. 

Lambert, Thomas Harrison, son of Thomas Lambert, Esq., Talbot Street, 
Nottingham, aged 14, June 11. Left 1873 3 . Wilson 

Smith, William Pickering, eldest son of William Robinson Smith, Esq., 
Hill House, Swansea, aged 14, February 28. Left 1875 3 . School 

Exeter College, Oxford, B.A. 1879. Admitted a Solicitor, 1885. Of 2, Cambrian 
Place, Swansea. 

Boyer, John Plummer, son of Joseph Boyer, Esq., 82, Ladbrooke Grove, 
London, aged 14, February 8. Left 1873 1 . School 

Emmanuel College, Cambridge, B.A. 1879, M.A. 1882. Ordained 1880. Rector of 
Brantham, Manningtree, 1887. Died 4 June, 1890. 

MacAllum, Hugh Kirk, son of Richard MacAllum, Esq., Riding Mill on 
Tyne, aged 14, May 9. Left 1874 3 . School 

A Shipowner at Newcastle. Of The Manor House, Riding Mill on Tyne. 

Ravenscroft, Birkbeck Mulkurn. son of Francis Ravenscroft, 64, Spring- 
field Road, St. John's Wood, London, aged 12, November 25. 
Left 1874 3 . School 

In the Birkbeck Bank, 29, Northampton Buildings, Chancery Lane. 

Ward, Osbert, son of Alfred Ward, Esq., 30, Elvaston Place, Queen's 
Gate, London, aged 14, May 14. Left 1876 2 . Molerly 

Trinity Hall, Cambridge. Sometime Lieutenant, 53rd Regiment. In business. 
Of 94, Philbeach Gardens, London, S.W. 

Plumb, Duncan Charles, son of Josiah Burr Plumb, Esq., Niagara, Canada, 
aged 15, June 28. Left 1875 2 . Molerly 

Clarke, William Edward, son of Colonel Somerset Clarke, St. Pierre, 
Chepstow, aged 13, October 18. Left 1874 3 . Burrows 

Of 17a, Frederick Road, Edgbaston. 

Carleton, George Dudley, son of Lieutenant-Colonel George Carlton, Rugby, 
aged 13, May 24. Left 1875 3 . Town 

Gazetted to the 17th Foot, 1876. Captain, Leicestershire Regiment, 1884. 
Major, 1891. Lieutenant-Colonel, 1898. Commanding 1st Battalion throughout 
the Boer War, 1899-1902, was in charge of the defences of Observatory Hill, 
during the Siege of Ladysmith. Mentioned in despatches. D.S.O., 1901. 
United Service Club. 

Stuart-Russell, William George, son of Henry Stuart-Russell, Esq., 
Hillmorton Road, Rugby, aged 13, Sept. 5. Left 1874 2 . Town 

In the Merchant Service a few years. Took up land in North Queensland and 
settled there. Of Yelvertoft, Cloncurry, North Queensland. 

King, John Frederick Sanders, son of Richard King, Esq., Warwick 
Street, Rugby, aged 12, July 7. Left 1877 2 . Town 

Of 6, Warwick Avenue, West Didsbury, Manchester. 



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Xing', Chetwode Henry Walters, son of the above Richard King, Esq., aged 
8, February 18. Left 1881 \ Town 

M.D. Practising at Choes, New York, U.S.A. 

Campbell, William Thomas, son of Mr. John Campbell, High Street, 
Rugby, aged 12, March 7. Left 1872 2 . Town 

Emigrated to New York, U.S.A., about 1882. 

Hopewell, Ernest William, second son of Mr. James Hopewell, 10, Albert 
Street, Rugby, aged 14, December 15. Left 1876 3 . Town 

B.A., London, 1886. Headmaster of Queen Elizabeth's School, Hartlebury, 
Kidderminster, from 1890. 

ENTRANCES IN JANUARY, 1872. 

Phillips, Frank Henry, eldest son of William George Phillips, Esq , 
Northampton, aged 16, April 20. Left 1873 2 . Wilson 

Merton College, Oxford, B.A. and M.A. 1884. A Brewer in Oxford. Of 121, 
Woodstock Road, Oxford. Junior Conservative Club. 

Stntfield, Hugh Edward Millington, third son of William Stutfield, Esq., 
Dingwall, Ross-shire, aged 13, May 10. Left 187? 2 . Wilson 

Trinity Hall, Cambridge, B.A. 1881. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1884. Author 
of " El Maghreb, 1200 Miles' Bide through Morocco," 1886. Alpine Club. 

Newall, Hugh Frank, youngest son of Robert Sterling Newall, Esq., 
Gateshead, Durham, aged 14, June 21. Left 1876 2 . Arnold 

Trinity College. Cambridge, B.A. 1880, M.A. 1884. Assistant Master at Wellington 
College, 1881-83. Demonstrator in Cavendish Laboratory, Cambridge, 1886-90. 
Observer in the University Observatory from 1891. Of Madingley Rise, Cambridge. 

Napier, Walter John, second son of George Webster Napier, Esq., 
Alderley Edge, Manchester, aged 14, July 10. Left 1875 2 . Arnold 

Corpus Christi College, Oxford, R. A., First Class in Law, 1880, B.C.L. and M.A. 
1884. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 1881. 

Turner, John, eldest son of Mrs. Turner, Horton, Bradford, and the late 
John Turner, aged 15, August 16. Left 1875 3 . Arnold 

Corpus Christi College, Oxford, B.A. 1879, M.A. 1883. Sometime Curate of Whitby. 
Died 10 March, 1884. 

Duberly, George, only son of George Duberly, Esq., Leamington, aged 13, 
March 19. Left 1875 1 . Burrows 

Gazetted to the 107th Foot, 1875. Captain, Royal Sussex Regiment, 1883. 
Paymaster, 1885. Hon. Major, 1895. 

Shelmerdine, Richard Henry, son of Thomas Shelmerdine, Esq., Pendleton, 
Manchester, aged 13, February 4. Left 1873 3 . Hutchinson 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1881, M.A. 1884. 

Nash, William James, third son of William Nash, Esq., Bowden, near 
Manchester, aged 14, October 18. Left 1876 1 . Hutchinson 

New College, Oxford, B.A. 1880. 

Melly, Edward Ferdinand, son of Charles Pierre Melly, Esq., (O.K. 1844), 
Eiversley, Liverpool, aged 14, July 7. Left 1875 3 . Elsee 

A Civil Engineer. Of The Close, Nuneaton. 
II. -T T 



330 Hayman, 1870-4. 



Child, Algernon Currie, third son of William Henry Child, Esq., Avon- 
hurst, Stratford-on-Avon, aged 13, July 20. Left 1876 3 . Arnold 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1881, M.A. 1884. Curate of St. John the 
Baptist, Coventry, 1882-86. Died 26 September, 1886. 

Maclean, Gerald Alexander, son of John George Maclean, Esq., 130, 
Westbourne Terrace, London, aged 14, Aug. 14. Left 1873 1 . Arnold 

In business in London. 

More, Robert, son of John Macleod More, Esq., 63, Addison Road, London, 
aged 15, May 14. Left 1874 1 . Arnold 

Pennyman, Alfred Worseley, second son of James Stovin Pennyman, Esq., 
Ormesby Hall, Middlesborough, aged 13, October 7. Left 
1876 3 . B. Smith 

Major, late King's Own Borderers. Served with the Suakin Field Force, 1888, 
and present at the engagement at Gemaizab. Medal with Clasp and Khedive's 
Star. Naval and Military Club. 

Phillips, George Harold, son of Alfred Charles Phillips, Esq., Milton 
House, Blisworth, aged 14, September 25. Left 1873 2 . Elsee 

In business in London. 

Wardlaw, John Colin, son of the late Major James Wardlaw, Munlochy, 
Ross-shire, aged 15, July 19. Left 1873 3 . Wilson 

Gazetted to the 19th Foot, 1877. Captain, Border Regiment, 1886. Major, 1896. 
Of Corbieton, Castle Douglas, N.B. 

Bennett, Herbert Backern, eldest son of Peter Duckworth Bennett, Esq., 
Edgbaston, aged 15, February 16. Left 1873 3 . Hutchinson 

In business in Birmingham. Of 40, Harborue Road, Birmingham. 

Bennett, Archibald Somerville, second son of the above Peter Duckworth 
Bennett, Esq., aged 14, June 27. Left 1876 2 . Hutchinson 

New College, Oxford, B.A. 1879. Adm tted a Solicitor, 1882. Of 52, Farquhar 
Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham. 

Solly, Godfrey Allan, second son of Arthur Isaac Solly, Esq., Congleton, 
Cheshire, aged 13, December 30. Left 1876 3 . Burrows 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1882. Practising at Birkenhead. Clerk to the County 
Justices. Of 1, Grosvenor Place, Birkenhead. Alpine Club. 

Scholes, Henry Southey, son of the late Joseph Seddori Scholes, Esq., 
Beaucliffe, Eccles, Manchester, aged 14, May 10. Left 1875 1 . 

Burrows 

Gazetted to the 84th Foot, 1877. Captain, York and Lancaster Regiment, 1886. 
Major, 1895. Served in the Egyptian Expedition, 1882. Battle of Tel-el-Kebir. 
Medal with Clasp, and Bronze Star. Served in the Boer War. Mentioned in 
despatches, 1901. 

Harding, Henry Alfred, eldest son of Gustavus Palmer Harding, Esq., 
66, Avenue de PImperatrice, Paris, aged 14, February 14. Left 
1875 2 . Burrows 

Resident in Paris. 

Booker, John Lee, eldest son of Septimus Booker, Esq., Bootle, Liverpool, 
aged 12, April 9. Left 1878 2 . School 

Hertford College, Oxford, Scholar, 1878, First Class, Classical Moderations, 1880. 
Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1884. J.P. for Lancashire. Of Swarthdale House, 
Carnforth. 



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Buchanan, David Penruddocke, son of David Buchanan, Esq., (O.R. 1845), 
Northfield House, Rugby, aged 15, October 18. Left 1875 3 . Town 
Sheep Farming in New Zealand. Of Mayfield, Cunninghame, Beaconsfield, N.Z. 

Inglis, Alfred Markham, third son of the late Major-General Sir John 
Eardley Wilmot Inglis, Rugby, aged 15, Sept. 24. Left 1875 3 . Town 

Brasenose College, Oxford, 1876. A Clerk in Child's Bank, 1, Fleet Street, 
London, E.G. 

King, Richard, son of Richard King, Esq., R.N., Warwick Street, Rugby, 
aged 11, September 3. Left 1877 2 . Town 

Crosse, Sidney George, son of Edward Crosse, Esq., 28, Princes Square, 
London, aged 14, May 2. Left 1875 2 . Burrows 

Lieutenant, 16th Lancers. Retired, 1879. Died at Hertford, February, 1899. 

Moore, John Ernest, son of William Withers Moore, Esq., 18, Brunswick 
Square, Brighton, aged 14, July 18. Left 1874 1 . School 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1884. Of Clarence House, Clarence Eoad, Clapham Park, 
London, S.W. 

Wyndham, Wadham, son of Penruddock Wyndham, Esq., 17, Lee Terrace, 
Blackheath, aged 14, February 3. Left 1872 2 . Burrows 

Rees, Thomas William John, sou of William Rees, Esq., Penywain House, 
Cardiff, aged 14, February 4. Left 1874 3 . Burrows 

Caius College, Cambridge, B.A. 1879, LL.M. 1883. 

Wrigley, Arthur Fletcher, son of the late David Wrigley, Esq., Aigburth 
Hall, Liverpool, aged 13, February 11. Left 1873 3 . Elsee 

Formerly in business in Liverpool. Of Bryn, Beaumaris. 

Fagan, George Lawtie, third son of George Smoult Fagan, Esq., Calcutta, 
. aged 13, November 27. Left 1875 1 . Wilson 

Barrister-at-Law, Gray's Inn, 1882. Died in Calcutta, 1885. 

Wood, William Palgrave, second son of James Marke Wood, Esq., Princes 
Park, Liverpool, aged 14, September 15. Left 1873 2 . B. Smith 
Exeter College, Oxford, B.A. 1881. Of 92, Queen's Gate, London, S.W. 

Dalton, Richard Harrison, eldest son of Harrison Dalton, Esq., 24, 
Westbourne Park, London, aged 13, July 7. Left 1876 1 . B. Smith 
Oriel College, Oxford, 1877. 

ENTRANCES IN APRIL, 1872. 

Burton, David Fowler, eldest son of David Burton, Esq., Cherry Burton, 
Beverley, aged 14, October 7. Left 1876 2 . Hutchinson 

Barrister-at-Law, Middle Temple, 1882. North-Eastern Circuit. J.P. for tho 
East Riding of Yorkshire. Of Cherry Burton, Beverley. Conservative Club. 

Kirkpatrick, William Trench, eldest son of Alexander Richard Kirkpatrick, 
Esq., Donacomper, Celbridge, Kildare, Ireland, aged 14, Aug. 1. 
Left 1876 2 . Hutchinson 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1880. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1883. 
J.P. for Co. Kildare. High Sheriff, 1901. Of Donacomper, Celbridge. 
Constitutional and Kildare Street Clubs. 



332 Hayman, 1870-4. 



Kingsford, Daniel Parish, son of John Jeken Kingsford, Esq., Eden Lodge, 
Beckenham, Kent, aged 13, July 26. Left 1877 1 . Hutchinson 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1881. In business in New York. 

Davis, Herbert Ingles, son of Henry Ingles Davis, Esq., Hill Street House, 
Coventry, aged 18, August 20. Left 1876 2 . Hutchinson 

Clare College, Cambridge. A Solicitor. Died at Oakfield, Olton, 12 April, 1892. 

Gibbs, Charles, son of C. Gibbs, Esq., Yalding, near Maidstone, aged 14, 
October 15. Left 1875 2 . Hutchinson 

Farming. 

Tinker, Robert Meryon, son of James Tinker, Esq., 14, Clarges Street. 
London, aged 14, January 14. Left 1871 2 . B. Smith 

In business in London. 

Brierley, Edgar, fifth son of James Brierley, Esq., West Hill, Rochdale, 
aged 14, January 7. Left 1877 2 . B. Smith 

University College, Oxford, B.A. 1880. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1882. 
Northern Circuit. Of Sandfield, Rochdale. 

Deakin, George William, fourth son of James Henry Deakin, Esq , Abbey 
Field, Sandbach, Cheshire, aged 15, Dec. 27. Left 1873 2 . B. Smith 
Christ Church, Oxford, 1875. In business. Died 21 April, 1897. 

Fawcett, Arthur, son of Walter Thomas Fawcett, Esq.. 11, Westbourne 
Street, London, aged 14, September 29. Left 1876 2 . Wilson 

Of 9, Bolton Road, Eastbourne. 

Tennant, Cecil Arthur, third son of Robert Tennant, Esq., Scarcroft Lodge, 
Shadwell, Leeds, aged 14, November 24. Left 1876 2 . Wilson 

Trinity College, Cambridge. B.A. 1879. P.S.A. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 
1881. Of 8, New Court, Lincoln's Inn, and 8, Walton Place, S.W. Boodle's Club. 

Lowe, Charles James Blackburn, eldest son of James Lowe, Esq., Chorlton- 
cum-Hardy, Manchester, aged 14, July 16. Left 1875 2 . Arnold 

Magdalene College, Cambridge, B.A. 1879, LL.B. 1879, M.A. 1882 Barrister-at- 
Law, Lincoln's Inn, 1886. Of 5, St. James' Square, Manchester. 

Ralli, George Constantine, son of Constantino Michael Ralli, Esq., Fair- 
field, Liverpool, aged 14, January 20. Left 1875 1 . Arnold 

Sometime in business in Calcutta. Afterwards a Merchant in Liverpool. Of 13, 
Linriett Lane, Sefton Park, Liverpool. 

Hughes, Walter John Mansfield, third son of George Edward Hughes, 
Esq., (O.R. 1834), Oflley Place, Luton, aged 14 March 30. Left 
1876 s . Arnold 

Brasenose College, Oxford, 1876. Farming in North America, 1881-87. Of Pal- 
grave Mansions, Eastbourne. 

Brandreth, Henry Chernocke Gibbs, only son of the late Humphrey 
Brandreth, Esq., ward of B. T. Brandreth Gibbs, Esq., London, 
aged 15, November 2. Left 1874 2 . Elsee 

J.P. for Bedfordshire. High Sheriff, 1898. Of Houghton Hall, Houghton Regis, 
Dunstable. 

King, Charles Stewart, son of George William King, Esq., 41, Upper 
Brunswick Place, Brighton, aged 13, May 17. ' Left 1876 2 . Ehee 
Admitted a Solicitor, 1882. Of 40, Chancery Lane, London, W.C. 






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Brereton, John Westropp, son of Mrs. Brereton, Dunchurch Eoad, Rugby, 
aged 16, October 21. Left 1874 2 . Town 

A Mechanical Engineer and Patentee. Of Lady well, Athlone, Ireland. 

Stewart, Henry Brougham, son of William Stewart. Esq., Dunchurch 
Road, Rugby, aged 14, November 16. Left 1872 3 . Town 

Died at Dinan, France, 1878. 

Currie, Robert Browne Vincent, son of Mrs. Currie, Bilton Road, Rugby, 
and the late William Close Currie, (O.R. 1840), aged 12, Septem- 
ber 6. Left 1877 2 . Town 

Formerly in Manitoba. Residing in Kensington, 1902. 

Currie, Charles Ernest, son of the above William Close Currie, Esq., 
aged 15, August 8. Left 1873 2 . Town 

Emigrated to Canada. Of The Avenue, Mimedosa, Canada. 

Boughton-Leigh, Cotterell Egerton Ward, third son of the Rev, Theodosius 
Egerton Bough ton Ward Boughton-Leigh, Nevvbold, aged 13, 
April 19. Left 1875 3 . TownLee Warner 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1882. In the Diplomatic Service. 

Longman, James, son of William Longman, Esq., Leckford, Stockbridge, 
Hants, aged 13, July 21. Left 1876 2 . School 

Farming in Australia. 

Bavenscroft, Joseph, son of John Ravenscroft, Esq., Lingdale House, 
Birkenhead, aged 14, March 19. Left 1876 2 . School 

Of the Stock Exchange, Liverpool. 

Broun, Michael Alexander Wilsone, second son of C. W. Swinfen Broun, 
Esq., Swinfen Hall. Lichfield, aged 14, July 9. Left 18 75 1 . School 

Lieutenant-Colonel, Stafford Militia. Hon. Colonel, 1898. J.P. for Staffordshire. 
Assumed the name of SWINFEN BROTTN. Of Swinfen Hall, Lichfield. Wellington 
Club. 

Hadley, Felix, son of Felix Hadley, Esq., Hampstead Lodge, Handsworth, 
Birmingham, aged 14, July 11. Left 1873 2 . School 

Of Bronlledraeth, Convvay. 

Wood, John, only son of Mrs. Wood, Whitfield House, Glossop, and the 
late John Hill Wood, aged 14, September 8. Left 1874 3 . Green 

Magdalen College, Oxford, B.A. 1880, M.A. 1888. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 
1883. J.P. and D.L. for Herefordshire. High Sheriff, 1900. J.P. for Derbyshire 
Of Hengrove Hall, Kury St. Edmunda. Carlton Club. 

ENTRANCES IN SEPTEMBER, 1872. 

Leslie, George Francis, son of Colonel George Leslie, Donaghadee. Co 
Down, Ireland, aged 16, July 16. Left 1874 2 . Moberly 

Gazetted to the Rifle Brigade, 1877. Captain, 1884. Major, 1894. Served in the 
Affghan War, 1878-79, with the Peshawur Held Force. At the capture of Ali 
Musjid. Medal with Clasp. Army and Navy Club. 

Ogilvy, Arthur Trefuris, son of John Ogilvy, Esq., Montreal, Canada, 
aged 15, December 21. Left 187i*. Moberly 

Studied at Caen, France. 



334 Hayman, 1870-4. 



Wilkinson, Frank, son of George Goodley Wilkinson, Esq., Putney, 
London, aged 13, August 19. Left 1876 3 . Moberly 

A Merchant in London. Of 7, Castelnau Gardens East, Barnes, Surrey. 

Balfour, Hume, son of Edward Balfour, Esq., 6, Cleveland Gardens, 
London, aged 15, April 9. Left 1873 2 . Moberly 

Couchman, Charles, son of Thomas Barnes Gouohmau, Esq., Beaudesert, 
Henley-in-Arden, aged 14, September 21. Left 1874 2 . School 

Formerly a Solicitor at Henley-in-Arden. 

Foster, Henry Marshall, son of George Anthony Foster, Esq., Chilton 
Lodge, Sudbury, Suffolk, aged 14, August 2. Left 1877 2 . School 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1881. Curate of St. Mary's, Reading, where he 
died of typhoid fever, April, 1885. 

Evelyn, Frank Lyndon, eldest son of the late Francis Evelyn, Esq., Gorton, 
Presteign, South Wales, aged 13, May 24. Left 1878 2 . School 

Oriel College, Oxford, 1879. J.P. for Radnorshire. High Sheriff, 1887. Of 
Kinsham Court, Presteign, Radnorshire. 

Chapman, Alfred Crawhall, fifth son of Thomas Edward Chapman, Esq., 
Silksworth Hall, Sunderlaud, aged 12, Nov. 18. Left 1877 3 . School 

A Mining and Mechanical Engineer. M.I.M.E. Author of numerous papers on 
ornithology in the " Ibis," and other scientific journals. Died 3 September, 1896. 

Hnnton, John Henry Elstob, only son of John Robert Elstob Hunton, 
Esq., Stockton-on-Tees, aged 13, May 24. Lefb 1877 2 . School 

Trinity College, Cambridge, LL.B. 1881. Barrister-at-Law, Middle Temple, 
1882. Of Middlesborough. 

Williamson, Charles, son of the late Henry Williamson, Esq., 55, Leinster 
Square, London, aged 14, July 24. Left 1874 1 . School 

Low, Sampson, grandson of Sampson Low, Esq., 41, Mecklenburgh Square, 
London, aged 13, December 2. Left 1873 2 . School 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1832. Curate of Hythe from 1896. Of Pylewell 
House, Hythe, Southampton. 

Cunliffe, Charles Morton, son of Roger Cunliffe, Esq., 6, Princes Street, 
London, E,C., aged 14, September 2. Left 1876 a , School 

Died, September, 1884. 

Michael, Michael John, son of William Henry Michael, Esq., Cholmeley 
Park, Highgate, London, aged 14, February 5. Left 1876 2 . School 
Died of consumption at Davos, after many years illness, 1897. 

Hutchinson, Frank, son of William H. Heap Hutchinson, Esq., Cotting- 
ham, Hull, aged 14, December 6. Left 1875 3 . Hutchmson 

Formerly a Solicitor in Hull. One of the pioneers of Mashonaland. Served in 
South Africa in the Boer War, rising from Private to Major in Brabant's Horse 
Died of dysentery at Harrismith, 13 April, 1902. 

Bristowe, Ernest, son of Thomas Bristowe, Esq., Denmark Hill, Surrey, 
aged 12, October 25. Left 1873 1 . Hutchinson 

Afterwards at Radley College. 

Hurrell, Henry William, son of Henry Hurrell, Esq., Harston, near 
Cambridge, aged 15, August 13. Left 1875 3 . Hutchinson 

Trinity Hall, Cambridge, B.A. 1880. Major, and Hon. Lieutenant-Colonel, Suffolk 
Militia. J.P. for Cambridgeshire. Of Madingley Hall, Cambridge. 



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Willoughby, Frederick, eldest son of William Willoughby, Esq., Daventry, 
aged 14, November 18. Left 1876 2 . Hutchinson 

Christ Church, Oxford, H.A. 1881, M.A. 1984. Admitted a Solicitor, 1881. 
Practising at Daventry. 

Wi.lkes, James, son of John Wilkes, Esq., Spark Hill, Birmingham, aged 
15, January 27. Leffc 1873 2 . ^Hutchinson 

Calvert, William, son of Henry Calvert, Esq., Barfield House, Pendleton, 
Manchester, aged 14, March 7. Left 1877 2 . Hutchinson 

Minor Exhibitioner, 1877. St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1881, M.A. 1884. 

Knowles, Arthur, second son of John Knowles, Esq., Westwood, Pendle- 
bury, Manchester, aged 14, April 10. Left 187 . Hutchinson 
In business. Of Alvaston House, Nantwich. 

Barttelot, Edmond Musgrave, son of Sir Walter Barttelot, Bart., (O.R. 1838), 
Stopham House, Pulborough, Sussex, aged 13, March 28. Left 
1875*. Hutchinson 

Major, 1st Battalion, Royal Fusiliers. Served in the Affghan War, 1879-80. Medal 
and Clasp. In the Egyptian Campaign, 1882. Medal and Clasp. Assassinated by 
Manyema carriers in Central Africa during the Emin Pasha Relief Expedition, 
19 July, 1888. 

Carter, George William, second son of George William Lee Plumptre 
Carter, Esq., 43, Gloucester Street, London, aged 14, Novembers. 
Left 1875 2 . Wilson 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1882. Sometime Lieutenant, 3rd Battalion, The Buffs. 
Served with Methuen's Horse in Bechuanaland, 1884-85. Died, 1898. 

Phillips, Percy Roberts, second son of William George Phillips, Esq., 
Northampton, aged 14, August 31. Left 1874 2 . Wilson 

Merton College, Oxford, B.A. 1884, M.A. 1886. Vicar of Woodham, Woking, 
from 1901. 

Young, James, son of John Young, Esq.. 5, Holland Park, Netting Hill, 
London, aged 14, November 6. Left 1874 3 . Wilson 

Richardson, William, only son of John Richardson, Esq., Middlesborough, 
Yorkshire, aged 13, January 10. Left 1876 3 . B. Smith 

Admitted a Solicitor, 1882. Of Guisborough, Yorkshire. 

Walton, Robert Cecil Hutcheson, son of Ellys Anderson Stephen Walton, 
Esq., Bower Bill, Steeple Bumstead, Essex, aged 14, October 28. 
Left 1873 3 . B. Smith 

Kay, Henry Lushington, son of Robert H. Kay. Esq.. Westbank, Pendle- 
ton, Manchester, aged 15, March 1. Left 1874 2 . B. Smith 

Died many years ago. 

Wood, Edward John Wedgwood, third son of Edward Thomas Wedgwood 
Wood, Esq., Watlands, Longport, Staffordshire, aged 12, Septem- 
ber 29. Left 1877 2 . B. Smith 
Of Meese House, Stone, Staffordshire. 

Jubber, Alfred Ward, son of Henry Jubber, Esq., 1, Clanricarde Gardens, 
London, aged 14, October 2. Left 1874 2 . B. Smith 

Turner, George Edward, sixth son of the late John Turner, Esq., Grange 
Cottage, Horton, Bradford, aged 14, Dec. 1. Left 1876 2 . Arnold 

Major and Minor Exhibitioner, 1876. New College, Oxford, B A 1880, M A 
1883. A Student of the Inner Temple, 1885. 



336 Hayman, 1870-4. 



Lea, Arthur Augustus, third son of the Rev. Frederic Simcox Lea, Compton 
Dundon, Somerset, aged 12, November 2. Left 1878 2 . Arnold 

Major and Minor Exhibitioner, 1878. Corpus Christi College, Oxford, Scholar, 
1878, First Class Classical Moderations, 1879, B.A. Second Class, Final Classics, 
and History, 1882, M. A. 1885. Assistant Master at Haileybury College, from 1883. 

Walker, James, only son of the late Thomas Walker, Esq., Goring, 
Oxfordshire, aged 15, June 3. Left 1876 2 . Elsee 

Minor Exhibitioner, 1876. Christ Church, Oxford, Junior Student, 1876, B.A., 
First Class, Mathematics, 1880, M.A. 1883. Natural Science Tutor, 1884. 

Atkin, Alfred, son of Alfred Atkin, Esq , 1, Griffin's Hill, Selly Oak, 
Birmingham, aged 14. Left 1876 2 . Elsee 

Sometime Assistant Master, Church of England Grammar School, Melbourne. 
Afterwards a Medical Student in England. 

Waugh, Charles Little, son of Edward Waugh, Esq., The Burrows, Cocker- 
mouth, aged 14, November 26. Left 1876 2 . Elsee 
St. John's College, Cambridge. 

Jenkins, David James, son of David James Jenkins, Esq., 131, Highbury 
New Park, London, aged 14, December 27. Left 1874 1 . Elsee 

Went to sea. 

Boyer, Charles E., son of Joseph Boyer, Esq., 43, Conduit Street, London, 
aged 13, October 31. Left 1873 1 . Green 

Nicholson, John Williams, son of John Hill Nicholson, Esq., Alstone, 
Cheltenham, aged 15, February 19. Left 1875 2 . Green 

M.R.C.8., 1883. L.S A., 1882. Of Red Hall, Gainsborough. 

Felly, John Stannus, son of Charles Raymond Pelly, Esq., Trimleston 
Villa, Merrion, Co. Dublin, aged 13, Jan. 13. Left 1873 2 . Green 

Gazetted to the 55th Foot, 1880. Captain, Border Regiment, 1885. Major, 1895. 
Served in the Boer War. 1899-1900, and present at the Battles of Willow Grange, 
Colenso, and Pieters Hill, the Relief of Ladysmith, and the Relief of Wepener, 
including the engagement at Bushman's Kop. D.S.O., 1901. Army and Navy Club. 

Symonds, Henry, son of Henry Symonds, Esq., Claremont, Norfolk Road, 
Edgbaston, aged 13, January 30. Left 1876 1 . Green 

White, John Hall, son of John Hall White, Esq., Hesketh Park, Southport, 
aged 15, October 5. Left 1873 1 . Green 

Harris, Vyvyan, son of W. A. Harris, Esq., Morland Lodge, Addiscombe, 
Surrey, aged 12, May 15. Left 1877 3 . Green 

Sometime in business in London, and in Canada. In business in Chicago since 
1885. Of 5102, Hibbard Avenue, Chicago, U.S.A. 

Sadd, George, son of Frederic George Sadd, Esq., Church Street, Rugby, 
aged 11, August 22. Left 1874 2 . Town 

Died from a fall at sea. 

Hopewell, Henry Howell, son of Mr. James Hopewell, Albert Street, 
Rugby, aged 14, February 5. Left 1873 3 . Town 

Editor of the Welsh Coast Pioneer. Of Alma House, Hill Side Road, Colwyn Bay, 
North Wales. 

Pinfold, George, son of Mr. Jonathan Pinfold, Plowman Street, Rugby, 
aged 14, December 6. Left 1873 3 . Town 

A Mechanical Engineer. Of 45, Mollart Street, Hanley, Staffordshire. 



Hayman, 1870-4. 337 



ENTRANCES IN JANUARY, 1873, 

Mankiewicz, George Augustus, son of James Mankiewicz, Esq., 37, Upper 
Bedford Place, London, aged 14, August 7. Left 1876 2 . Wilson 
In business in London. Of 82, Palace Gardens Terrace, Kensington. 

Turner, William Henry, son of Richard Turner, Esq., Northampton, aged 
15, September 24 Left 1876 3 . Wilson 

Sometime in business at Northampton. 

Gascoigne, William Birch, youngest son of Thomas Gascoigne, Esq., 
Bemphill Hall, Nottinghamshire, aged 15, May 3. Left 1876 2 . 

Wilson 

New College, Oxford, B.A. 1881, M.A. 1886. Vicar of Chittleham Holt, Devon, 
1885-92. Rector of Bucknell, Bicester, 1892. Rector of Little Carlton and Castle 
Carlton, Lincoln, ]902. 

Armour, Harold Vincent, son of Matthew Wilson Armour, Esq., Woolton, 
Liverpool, aged 12, March 8. Left 1876 3 . School 

Sugar Planter in Demerara. Died 26 February, 1900. 

Dawson, Arthur Deane, son of the late Joseph Dawson, Esq., 46, Orislow 
Gardens, London, aged 13, August 9. Left 1877 2 . School 

Cocker, James, son of the Rev. John Cocker, New Bank, Crompton, 
Oldham, aged 14, August 8. Left 1875 3 . School 

Died before 1886. 

Hamilton, Douglas Abercromby, second son of Alexander Henry Aber- 
cromby Hamilton, Esq., Fairfield Lodge, Exeter, aged 13, 
January 27. Left 1876 2 . School 

Gazetted to the 3rd Foot, 1880. Captain, East Kent Regiment, The Buffs, 1890. 
Died, 1899. 

Bennett, Harry Somerville, son of Peter Duckworth Bennett, Esq., 

Edgbaston, aged 13, March 12. Left 1876 2 . Hutckinson 

In business in Birmingham. Care of Mrs. Bennett, 40, Harborne Road, Birmingham. 

Warden, Frank Henry, son of John Warden, Esq., India, aged 14* 
February 14. Left 1874 2 . Green 

Police Department, Bombay. Superintendent, 3rd grade, 1901. 

Stokes, Thomas Allen, second son of Stephen Stokes, Esq., Great Barr, 
Birmingham, aged 14, September 1. Left 1877 2 . Green 

Merton College, Oxford, 1877. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1886. Of Hanley, 
Staffordshire, and Hanch Hall, Lichfield. 

Hope, Collingwood, fifth son of Thomas Arthur Hope, Esq., Bebington, 
Birkenhead, aged 14, November 10. Left 1875 2 . Moberly 

Pembroke College, Oxford, 1877. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1882. A 
Revising Barrister for Lancashire, from 1892. K.C. 1901. Of Goldsmith 
Buildings, Temple, E.G. Windham Club. 

Willett, Cecil Wilmington, son of Edmund Willett, Esq., Wyke House, 
Isleworth, aged 13, February 17. Left 1876 2 . Elsee 

On the London Stock Exchange. Of Wyke House, Isleworth. 

Harpur, Edward Harvey, son of Edward Harpur, Esq., 8, Brunswick 
Terrace, Brighton, aged 13, January 31. Left 1876 1 . Elsee 

Died before 1886 
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338 Hayman, 1870-4. 



Stuart-Russell, Christopher Bowen, son of H. Stuart-Russell, Esq., 
flillmorton Road, Rugby, aged 12, June 9. Left 1877 3 . Town 

For several years a Surveyor in Sydney, New South Wales. Volunteered, June, 
1900, as a Trooper in the 3rd Imperial Bushmen, for service in South Africa. 
Gained a Commission, 1901, and acting for the Intelligence Department at 
Middelburg, 1902. 

Thornhill, William Blundell, son of the late Rev. W. B. Thornhill, 1, Bilton 
Road, Rugby, aged 15, August 13. Left 1876 1 . Town 

Of Castle Cosey, Castle Bellingham, Ireland. 

Bradshaw, William Edward, son of the late Bartholomew Bradshaw, Esq., 
11, Bilton Road, Rugby, aged 15, May 24. Left 1873 2 . Town 

ENTRANCES IN MAY, 1873. 

Ogilvie, Glencairn Stuart, fifth son of Alexander Ogilvie, Esq., Sizewell 
House, Leiston. Suffolk, aged 15, Mar. 27. Left 1877 s . Hutchinson 

University College, Oxford, B.A. 1881. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1882. 
J.P. for Surrey. Author of "The White Knight," and other dramatic works. 
Of The Lodge, Woodbridge. 

Mothersill, Walter, son of Christopher Mothersill, Esq., Woodbourne, 
Brooklands, near Sale, Cheshire, aged 14, Aug. 13. Left 1876 s . 

Hutchinson 

In business. Of Whaley Hall, Whaley Bridge. 

Hone, Thomas, son of T. Hone, Esq., Yapton, Monkstown, Co. Dublin, 
aged 14, June 19. Left 1876 8 . Hutchinson 

Gazetted to the 7th Dragoon Guards, 1877, and to the 7th Hussars, 1878. Captain 
7th Hussars, 1886. 

Burridge, Stephen, son of S. Burridge, Esq., Lime Grove, Oxford Road, 
Manchester, aged 15, January 18. Left 1875 1 . Hutchinson 

Jameson, Henry Robert, son of Henry Jameson, Esq., Hermitage, Roebuck, 
Dundrum, Ireland, aged 15, August 4. Left 1875 1 . Hutchinson 
Jesus College, Cambridge. Emigrated to Manitoba. 

Allan, Hugh A., son of Andrew Allan, Esq., Tononteh, Montreal, Canada, 
aged 15, September 24. Left 1875*. Arnold 

In business in Canada. Owner and Agent of Steamships. Of Montreal. 

Turner-McGowan, Edward, only son of the late Edward Robinson 
Turner, Esq., of Helmshore, Lancashire, aged 14, December 31. 
Left 1877 2 . School 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. and LL.B. 1881. Barrister-at-Law, Inner 
Temple, 1884. Of 10, King's Bench Walk, Temple, E.C. and La Brede, Kenley, 
Surrey. 

Parr, Arthur Dudley, second son of Mrs. Parr, Cossington, Leicestershire, 
and the late Thomas Cart Parr, aged 13, February 25. Left 
1876*. School 

Brasenose College, Oxford, 1877. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn. 

Chapman, Harry Philip, son of Thomas Edward Chapman, Esq., Silks- 
worth Hall, Sunderland, aged 15, January 7. Left 1875 3 . School 

In business in Sunderland. Died 26 May, 1896. 



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Cassidi, Francis Richard, eldest son of Col. Francis Peter Cassidi, Glen- 
brook, Magherafelt, Co. Londonderry, aged 15, February 8. 
Left 1877 1 . School 

Trinity College, Dublin, B.A. 1880, M.A. 1886, and M.D. 1884. Of Trinity Terrace, 
Derby, and Glenbrook, Magherafelt. 

Grepe, John Stanley, son of John Grepe, Esq., Burrington Park, Penny- 
cross, Plymouth, aged 12, August 18. Left 1873 3 . School 

Campbell, Neill, son of Alexander Campbell, Esq., Argyle, aged 14, 
March 26. Left 1876 3 . Wilson 

A Planter in Ceylon. Of Frotoft Estate, Rambode, Ceylon. 

Benson, Robert Seymour, son of Robert Braithwaite Benson, Esq., St. 
Mary's Church, Torquay, aged 14, October 19. Left 1877 2 . Wilson 

Royal School of Mines, 1877-80. Associate, 1880. Managing Director of an 
Engineering Company at Stockton-on-Tees, from 1883. Of Middleton St. George, 
Co. Durham. 

Skinner, George Thomas, son of James Skinner, Esq., Bramley Hill, 
Croydon, aged 14, February 6. Left 1874 2 . Wilson 

Hurst, Arthur Morley, son of Nicholas Edward Hurst, Esq., Higham 
Grange, Hinckley, aged 14, December 4. Left 1876 2 . Wilson 

A Planter in Ceylon. 

Bayley, Cecil, son of the late John Edward Bayley, Esq., Bolton Gardens, 
London, aged 14, May 12. Left 1877 2 . Wilson 

A Planter in Ceylon. 

HutcMnson, Christopher Bernard, son of the Rev. Thomas Neville 
Hutchinson, Rugby, aged 14, Juno 8. Left 1876 3 . Town 

An Architect. Of 20, Queen Street, Deal, Kent. 

Willis, Harry, son of Frederick Willis, Esq., 16, Ladbrooke Square, 
London, aged 14, October 16. Left 1876 s . School 

Trinity College, Cambridge. Admitted a Solicitor, 1886. 

Baggallay, Herbert Lacy, son of the Right Hon. Lord Justice Baggallay, 
55, Queen's Gate, London, aged 14, Feb. 20. Left 1877 2 . Green 

Formerly in business in Japan, 1882-98. Of Gosmore House, Hitchin, Herts. 

ENTRANCES IN SEPTEMBER, 1873. 

Railton, Ernest Henry, eldest son of Harry Railton, Esq., Snittlegarth, 
Carlisle, aged 13, May 3. Left 1879 2 . School 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. 1883, B.C.L. and M.A. 1887. Barrister-at-Law, 
Inner Temple, 1884. Of Snittlegarth, Carlisle. 

Biggs, James Charles, son of James Biggs, Esq., Westbury Lodge, Brent- 
wood, Essex, aged 15, April 5. Left 1&76 2 . School 

Speed, Francis Elmer, second son of William Speed, Esq., 15, Devonshire 
Place, London, aged 14, February 28. Left 1877 3 . Arnold 

Barrister-at-Law, Middle Temple, 1883. Afterwards a Stockbroker. Of 1. South 
Villas, Campden Hill Road, London, W. 



340 Hayman, 1870-4. 



Jessel, Charles James, eldest son of the Right Hon. Sir George Jesse), 10, 
Hyde Park Gardens, London, aged 13, May 11. Left 1879 2 . Arnold 

Balliol College, Oxford, B.A. 1884, M.A. 1886. Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 
1885. Created a Baronet, on the death of his father, 1883. J.P. and D.L. for 
Kent. Of Ladham House, Goudhurst, and 7, Grosvenor Place, London, S.W. 

Burnett, Douglas, eldest son of Charles Douglas Burnett, Esq.. Henley 
Park, Guildford, aged 14, June 27. Left 1878 2 . Arnold 

Trinity College, Oxford, B.A. 1881. In business in London, from 1882. Of 
Vauxhall Distillery, London, and Hartford Bridge, Winchfield. 

Wray, George Crofton, son of the Rev. G. O. Wray, Bury St. Edmunds, 
aged 13, April 10. Left 1873 2 . Arnold 

Afterwards at Haileybury. 

HodgSOU, George Herbert, son of George Hodgson, Esq., Summerville, 
Bradford, aged 15, February 1. Left 1875 3 . Hutchinson 

In business at Bradford. 

Greenwood, Arthur Robinson, son of Robinson Greenwood, Esq., High- 
brake, Accrington, aged 14, February 14. Left 1875 3 . Hutchinson 
Sometime in business at Burnley, Lancashire. 

Andrew, Harold Heginbotham, son of Eli Andrew, Esq., Merebank, Auden 
Shore, Manchester, aged 15, February 15. Left 1874 2 . Hutchinson 

Symonds, Arthur Henry, third son of Frederick Symonds, Esq., St. John's 
Street, Lichfield, aged 14, July 7. Left 1875 3 . Hutchinson 

An Iron Merchant at Toronto, Canada. 

Lee, John Clifford, son of John Lee, Esq., Lonsdale House, Moseley, Birm- 
ingham, aged 14, February 9. Left 1876 1 . Hutchinson 

Died of consumption, 24 February, 1883. 

Agnew, William Locket, son of Thomas Agnew, Esq., Hopeleigh, Eccles, 
Manchester, aged 15, April 20. Left 1876 2 . Hutchinson 

St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1881. In business. J.P. for Lancashire. 
Of Fairhope, Eccles, Manchester, 

Brierley, George Murray, son of John Brierley, Esq., Laureston House, 
Rochdale, aged 15, May 1. Left 1875 s . Hutchinson 

Formerly cattle farming in America. Of Burghill Old Vicarage, Hereford. 

Willoughby, William, younger son of William Willoughby, Esq., Daventry, 
aged 14, July 26. Left 1877 3 . Hutchinson 

Christ Church, Oxford, B.A. 1883, M.A. 1886. Admitted a Solicitor, 1886. Of 25, 
New Street, Daventry. Constitutional Club. 

Booker, William Thomas, son of William Henry Booker, Esq., Castlefield, 
Bingley, Yorkshire, aged 14, November 29. Left 1875 3 . B. Smith 
Admitted a Solicitor, 1831. Practising at Wellington, Somerset. 

Perot, William Yates, son of William H. Perot, Esq., Baltimore, United 
States of America, aged 14, October 8. Left 1876 3 . B. Smith 

In business at Baltimore, U.S.A. 

Hawtrey, Charles Henry, fourth son of the Rev. John William Hawtrey, 
Aldin House, Slough, aged 15, Sept. 21. Left 1875 2 . Elsee 

Pembroke College, Oxford, 1881. An Actor. Lessee of the Comedy and Avenue 
Theatres. iMade a great success in the " Private Secretary." Of 5, Basil Mansions, 
Basil Street, London, S.W. 



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Steele, Robertson, son of the late James Steole, Esq., 21, Sonnenberger 
Strasse, Wiesbaden, aged 14, April 19. Left 1875 3 . Elsee 

Brace. Frank Addison eldest son of Henry Brace, Esq., Mayfield, Walsall, 
aged 14, April 23. Left 1875 1 . Wilson 

St. John's College, Oxford, 1877. J.P. for Staffordshire. Of Doveridge Hall, 
Derbyshire. 

Power, Edward John, elder son of Edward Power, Esq., 45, Belsize Park, 
London, aged 15, January 22. Left 1875 2 . Wilson 

A Merchant in London. Of 8, Gledhow Gardens, London, S.W. 

Groodlake, Henry Selwyn, son of Henry Cox Goodlake, Esq., Benhams, 
Great Malvern, aged 14, January 16. Left 1875 3 . Wilson 

Gazetted to the 41st Foot, 1879, and to the 20th Foot, 1880. Captain, 1889. 
Retired, 1890. Naval and Military Club. 

Turner, Charles Simkin, son of George Turner, Esq., Dungate, North- 
ampton, aged 14, December 12. Left 1875 3 . Wilson 
Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1888. 

Wilson, Henry Francis, son of the Rev. William Greive Wilson, Forncett, 
Norfolk, aged 14, August 8. Left 1878 2 . Wilson 

Major and Minor Exhibitioner, 1878. Trinity College, Cambridge, Scholar, 1878, 
Senior Bell Scholar, 1879, Chancellor's Medal for English Verse, 1880, B.A., 6th in 
First Class, Classical Tripos, 1882. Fellow of Trinity College, 1884, M.A. 1885. 
Barrister-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn, 1888. In the Colonial Office, from 1892. Legal 
Assistant to Sir Alfred Milner, February, 1900. Secretary to the Orange River 
Colony Administration, February, 1901. C.M.G. 26 June, 1902. 

Yates, James Deakin, eldest sou of Samuel Yatea, Esq., Eccleshall, Staf- 
fordshire, aged 15, May 31. Left 1877 2 . Wilson 
University College, Oxford, B.A. 1881. Of Eccleshall, Staffordshire. 

Gunnery, Reginald Scott, son of the Rev. Reginald Gunnery, Hornsey, 
London, aged 14, November 23. Left 1876 s . Wilson 

St. John's College, Cambridge, B.A. 1880. Died before 1886. 

Carter, Charles Edwin James, third son of George William Lee Plumptre 
Carter, Esq., 43, Gloucester Street, London, aged 14, Nov. 27. 
Left 1877 2 . Wilson 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1880, M.A. 1884. Vicar of St. Matthew's, City 
Road, London, E.G., from 1901. 



Watson, Andrew, son of the late Captain John Watson, 50, Inverleith 
Row, Edinburgh, aged 12, July 5. Left 1877 3 . Green 

A Tea Planter in the Punjaub. Died at Lahore, August, 1891. 

Cornish, Francis Henry, son of the late Edward Cornish, Esq., care of 
Mrs. Webb, Exeter, aged 14, May 15. Left 1876 3 . Green 

Formerly Lieutenant, 6th Regiment, 1878. Afterwards a Solicitor. Practising 
in Sydney, New South Wales, 1902. 

Potts, Leonard Francis, fourth son of Charles William Potts, Esq 
(O.R. 1829), Heron Bridge, Chester, aged 13, November 8. 
Left 1878*. Green 

Balliol College, Oxford, B.A. 1883, M.A. 1886. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temnle 
1882. Of 13, Old Square, Lincoln's Inn, London, W.C. 



342 Hayman, 1870-4. 



Greg, Thomas Tylston, eldest son of Edward Hyde Greg, Esq., Quarry 
Bank, Handforth, Manchester, aged 14, Nov. 29. Left 1877 3 . Elsee 

. Oriel College, Oxford, B.A. 1881, M.A. 1886. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 
1882. Admitted a Solicitor, 1888. F.S A. Of The Dial House, West Mill, 
Buntingford. Reform Club. 

Lamb, Wentworth Clayton Preston flem-y Gordon, son of F. H. Lamb, 
Esq., 1, Leazes Terrace, Newcastle-on-Tyne, aged 14, Feb. 18. 
Left 1875 2 . School 

Dawson, Herbert, son of the late John Dawson, Esq., 17, Blenheim 
Terrace, Leeds, aged 14, April 19. Left 1876 3 . School 

Marshall, Francis Henry, son of Francis Marshall, Esq., Albert Street, 
Rugby, aged 13, May 31. Left 1874 2 . Town 

Chief Engineer of the Water Works at Omaha, Nebraska, U S.A. 

Wise, Thomas Arnold, third son of the late Chief Justice Edward Wise, 
(O.K. 1831), 4, Hillmorton Road Kugby, aged 13, August 30. 
Left 1879 3 . Town 

Lincoln College, Oxford, Scholar, 1880, B.A. 1883, M.A. 1886. Master of a 
Preparatory School at Oakfield, Rugby. 

Carleton, Guy Audouin, son of Col. George Carleton, 17, Hillmortou Road, 
Rugby, aged 14, November 23. Left 1878 1 . Town 

Gazetted to the 4th Foot, 1880. Captain, Royal Lancashire Regiment, 1888. 
Major, 1900. Serving in the South African War, 1899-1902. Present at the 
actions of Venter's Spruit, Spion Kop, Honingspruit, and Vryheid, 1900. D.S.O. 
26 June, 1902. Army and Navy Club. 

Fayrer, Joseph, second son of Joseph Fayrer, Esq., M.D., afterwards a 
Baronet, 16, Granville Place, London, aged 14, March 8. Left 
187o 3 . School 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1882, M.D. St. Andrew's, 1889. Major, Royal 
Army Medical Corps. In India, 1902. Army and Navy Club. 

Davis, Tom Lloyd, son of Captain Thomas A. Davis, 21, Burton Crescent, 
London, aged 14, November 21. Left 1874 2 . School 

ENTRANCES IN JANUARY, 1874. 

On. tram, Frank, son of Henry Carey Outram, Esq., Garstang, Lancashire, 
aged 15, August 15. Left 1875 2 . Hutchinson 

Wever, Robert Gates, son of Frank Wever, Esq., Priory Villas, Sheffield, 
aged 14, August 9. Left 1877 3 . Hutchinson 

Bugg, Henry Joseph, son of Joseph Henry Bugg, Esq., Spalding, Lincoln- 
shire, aged 14, May 25. Left 1878 1 . Hutchinson 

Died, January, 1887. 

Fowler, Harry de Galle Lewis, eldest son of John Townshend Fowler, Esq., 
Madras, aged 12, March 2. Left 1879 2 . Hutchinson 

Balliol College, Oxford, B.A. 1884. Sometime Professor of History at the 
Presidency College, Madras. Rector, from 1893, of Southland High Schools, New 
Zealand. Of Invercargill, New Zealand. 

Lomax, Thomas Leech, fourth son of Thomas Lomax, Esq., Grove Park, 
Yoxford, Suffolk, aged 13, February 9. Left 1878 1 . Hutchinson 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1882, M.A. 1887. Vicar of Ferryhill, Durham, 
from 1895. 



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Faithfull, Arthur Ferdinand, second son of the Rev. George Faithfull, 
Storrington, Sussex, aged 13, February 17. Left 1876 2 . Arnold 

Trinity College, Cambridge, B.A. 1881. Vicar of Hornby, Lancashire, 1891-1900. 
Rector of Storrington, Sussex, from 1900. 

Piggott, Louis James Fitzgerald, son of L. J. Piggott, Esq., 13/^ Brixton 
Road, London, aged 14, March 25. Left 1874 3 . Arnold 

Sandars, Charles Lionel, son of Thomas Collett Sandars, Esq., (O.K. 1836), 
45, Westbourne Terrace, Hyde Park, London, aged 13, July 27. 
Left 1876 3 . Arnold 

Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1880. Judge of the Mixed Courts. Egypt, from 
1888. Of Alexandria, Egypt, 1902. Union Club. 

Jubber, William Ward, son of Mrs. M. A. Jubber, 1, Clauricarde Gardens, 
London, aged 15, December 4. Left 1875 2 . Arnold 

Bolton, Montifort George, second son of William Bolton,Esq , The Island, 
Oulart, Co. Wexford, aged 14. January 28. Left 1874 3 . Arnold 

Formerly Captain, East Surrey Regiment. Served in the Affghan War, 1878-79. 
Medal. Served with the Nile Expedition, 1884. Medal with Clasp. 

Reed, Barras Ramsay, son of Charles John Reed, Esq., Newbiggin House, 
Newcastle-on-Tyne, aged 14, January 28. Left 1876 2 . Arnold 

Of Aukerland House, Hexham, Northumberland. 

Stephen, Harry Lushington, third son of Mr. Justice James Fitzjames 
Stephen, afterwards Baronet, 24, Cornwall Gardens, London, 
aged 13, March 2. Left 1877 s . Wilson 

Trinity College, Cambridge, LL.B. 1881. Barrister-at-Law, Inner Temple, 1885. 
Of 3, Middleton Row, Calcutta. Oxford and Cambridge Club. 

Stewart, Charles David, son of James Stewart, Esq., Wilton Manse, 
Hawick, Roxburghshire, aged 14, July 17. Left 1876 2 . Wilson 
Of Motspur Park, Maiden, Surrey. 

Lambert, Harry William, son of John Lambert, Esq., 17, Clarendon Street, 
Nottingham, aged 15, June 19. Left 1875 1 . Wilson 

Hickman, Francis Edward Devereux, son of the Rev. Richard Hickman, 
Birdingbury Rectory, Rugby, aged 14, July 16. Left 1875 3 . Q-reen 

Scholes, Alfred Seddon, son of Joseph Seddon Scholes, Esq., Eccles, 
Lancashire, aged 14, July 23. Left 1876 3 . Green 

Died about 1884. 

Hirst, Francis Joseph, fourth son of William Edward Hirst, Esq.,Lascelles 
Hall, Huddersfield, aged 13, November 7. Left 1879 2 . Moberly 

Major Exhibitioner, 1879. Balliol College, Oxford, B.A. 1884. 

Jenkins, Noble Fleming, son of David James Jenkins, Esq., 131, High- 
bury New Park, London, aged 13, Oct. 29. Left 1877 1 . Elsee 

Gazetted to the 55th Foot, 1880. Captain, Border Regiment, 1888. Retired, 1891. 
Junior United Service Club. 

Sandeman, Alaster Campbell, son of Thomas Fraser Sandeman, Esq., 
(O.R. 1845), 33, Adelaide Crescent, Brighto