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Full text of "The register of Tonbridge School, from 1820 to 1886, also lists of exhibitoners, &c., previous to 1820, and of head masters and second masters"

THE REGISTER 



DNBRIDGE SCHOO 



1820-1886, 



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THE REGIISTER 



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TONBKIDGE SCHOOL, 



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1820 TO 1886, 



ALSO 



PREVIOUS TO 1820, 



AND OF 



HEAD MASTERS AND SECOND MASTERS. 



EDITED BY 



W. 0. HUGHES-HUGHES. 



November, 1886. 



THE EDITOE will be glad to receive corrections and 
additional information, as he hopes to bring out a fresh 
edition at some future time. 



Rose Villa, Tonbridge, 
November, 1S86. 



CONTENTS. 



Analysis of the Eegister .. ... ... iv. 

Founder 1. 

Head Masters 1 — 2. 

Second Masters 2 — 3. 

Chief Benefactors 3 — 4. 

Exhibitioners, &c., previous to 1820 4 — 16. 

Eegister from 1820 to 1886 17—212. 

Addenda 213—215. 

Index 216—233. 

Errata 233. 



ANALYSIS OF THE EEGISTEE. 



Total number of Names 2698 



Living 


1848 


(Covenanted or Uncovenanted.) 


Dead 


439 


Home Civil Service 


33 


Not known 


411 


Merchant Navy 


30 


Univeesities. 




Stockbrokers 

Members of Parlia.ment 


38 
6 


Oxford 


241 


Still at School 


180 


Cambridge 


270 


Entirely Untraced 


286 


London 


7 






Dublin 

Edinburgh 


9 
6 


Settled Abeoad. 
In India 


98 


Professions, &c. 




(Including Civil Service.) 
,, Australia 


85 


Clergy 'A'A^ 

(Three Bishops, one Dean.) 
Armv ^^^ 


,, North America ... ' 
,, New Zealand 


68 
62 


xi.x iii y ... ... ••• ■•• 

Navy 

Barristers 

(Two Queen's Counsel.) 
Solicitors 


16 


,, South Africa 


28 


67 

167 


,, South America 

,, Tasmania 

,, China 


21 
11 
11 


Medical Men 


132 


Various 


45 



TONBEIDaE SCHOOL. 

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SiE Andeew Judd, Knight, was born at Tonbridge. He became 
a Skinner and a Merchant of Muscovy, and was 
Lord Mayor of London in 1550-1. The Charter 
of the School was granted to him by Edward YI. 
in 1553, but it is not known in what year Scholars 
were first admitted. '-^^ The Founder died in 1558. 



1553(?)-1559 Eev. John Peoctoe, M.A., Corpus Christi Coll., 

Oxford. 
1559 — 1574 Eev. John Levee. 
1574 — 1586 Rev. John Stockwood, M.A. 

1586 — 1615 Rev. William Hatch, M.A., previously a Scholar. 
1615—1624 Rev. Michael Jenkins, M.A. 
1624—1637 Rev. Joel Callis, M.A. 
1637—1640 Rev. William Newman, M.A. 

1640—1649 Rev. Thomas Hoene, D.D., Magdalen Hall, Oxford. 
1649—1660 Rev. Nicholas Geey, D.D., Christ Church Coll., 

Oxford. 
1660—1662 Rev. John Goad, B.D., St. John's Coll., Oxford. 
1662—1668 Rev. Cheistophee Wase, B.D., King's Coll., Camb. 
1668—1714 Rev. Thomas Roots, M.A., St. John's Coll., Oxford, 

previously a Scholar, Smythe Exhibitioner, and 

Second Master. 

* In Dr. Knox's and Mr. Rivington's Histories of the School, 1558 is given as 
the date of the appointment of the first Head-Master; but all that can be proved 
is that the School came under the management of the Skinners' Company in that 
year or the next. The Founder's Will shows clearly that the School previously 
existed, but remained in his own hands during his lifetime. There is also evidence, 
though not amounting to proof, that John Proctor was Head-Master at the time 
of Wyat's Rebellion in 1554. 



2 Tonhridge School. 

1714—1743 Eev. Eichaed Spencer, M.A. 

1743—1761 Eev. James Cawthorn, M.A., Clare Coll., Cambridge. 

1761 — 1770 Eev. Johnson Towers, M.A., Queen's Coll., Oxford, 
previously Second Master. 

1771—1778 Eev. Vicesimus Knox, Ll.B., St. John's Coll., Oxford. 

1778—1812 Eev. Vicesimus Knox, D.D., St. John's Coll., Oxford. 

1812—1843 Eev. Thomas Knox, D.D., Brasenose College, Oxford, 
previously a Scholar and Smythe Exhibitioner. 

1843—1875 Eev. James Ind Welldon, D.C.L., St. John's Coll., 

Cambridge. 
1876 — Eev. Theophilus Barton Eowe, M.A., St. John's 

Coll., Cambridge. 



Si^rontr fflastos/ 



1559 Thomas Leame. 

1561 John Holmes. 

1580 William Webb. 

1617 William Vivian. 

1618 Adrian Littlejohn. 

1619 Thomas Swadling. St. John's Coll., Oxford. B.A. 1618. 

D.D. 1646. A noted preacher and adherent of Archbishop 
Laud's, which occasioned his imprisonment under the 
Commonwealth. 

1620 Samuel Grimes. 
1630 Francis Eoots. 

1644 Samuel Storye. 

1645 William Martin, previously a Scholar and Smythe Exhi- 

bitioner. 

1651 Egbert Bostock. 

1653 Hamond. 

1654 Henry Edmondson, M.A. 

1661 Walter Collins, previously a Scholar and Smythe Exhibi- 
tioner. 

1663 Thomas Eoots, previously a Scholar and Smythe Exhibi- 
tioner, and subsequently Head-Master. 

* This list of Second Masters is necessarily imperfect, the only sources of 
information being (1) an annual vote of the Governors, (2) the Governors' account 
books, in both of which the word "Usher," without any name, often occurs for 
many years together, especially at the end of the eighteenth and beginning of the 
nineteenth centuries. 



Second Master 



s. 



1668 James. 

1684 Charles Shelley. St. John's Coll., Oxford. B.A. 1684. 

Henry Gandy, Oriel Coll., Oxford. B.A. 1670. M.A. 1674. 

1698 William Byrch. 

1727 John Freeman, Pembroke Coll., Oxford. B.A. 1725. 

1731 Thomas Elcock, St. John's Coll., Cambridge. 

1742 John Maymott. 

1744 Thomas Jones. 

1747 EowLAND Atkinson, Queen's Coll., Oxford. B.A. 1744. 

1747 Johnson Towers, Queen's Coll., Oxford. B.A. 1744. M.A. 
1747. Subsequently Head-Master. 

1758 George Austen, previously a Scholar, Smythe Exhibitioner 
and Tonbridge Fellow of St. John's Coll., Oxford. B.A. 
1750. M.A. 1754. B.D. 1760. 

John Cobb, St. John's Coll., Oxford. B.A. 1768. M.A. 
1772. B.D. 1777. D.D. 1781. 

John Myers, Pemb. Coll., Oxford. B.A. 1769. M.A. 1772. 

1761 Myles Cooper, Queen's Coll., Oxford. B.A. 1756. M.A. 

1760. President of King's College, City of New York 

in America; Member of the American Convention of the 

Clergy; D.C.L. by diploma, 1767. 

J. Ismay. 

Joseph Saunderson. 
cir. 1804 Eev. John Oxlee. 
cir. 1816 Eev. Thomas Brown. 

1855"^= Eev. Edward Ind Welldon, M.A., Queens' Coll., Cam- 
bridge. 



Jf0untes 0f (g^'Ijibi&ns. 



In the following list holders of these Exhibitions loill he 
distinguished by the letters (F.), (W.), (S.) 

Henry Fisher, (F), a servant of Sir Andrew Judd, after his 
master's death not only carried out all his intentions with 
respect to Tonbridge School, but also himself gave certain 
houses to the Skinners' Company, out of the rents of which 
they were to provide an Exhibition for a Tonbridge Scholar at 
Brasenose College, Oxford. 

* Since the death of the Rev. Edward Ind Welldon in 1879, there has been no 
Second Master, no such post being provided for in the "New Scheme." 

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4 Tonhridge School. 

Sir Thomas White, (W), tlie founder of St. John's College, Oxford, 
provided that, **in respect of the great love we did bear 
Andrew Judd, Knight, builder of the Grammar School there," 
one of the fellowships in his College (which were probationary 
for the first three years) should always be held by a Scholar of 
Tonbridge School. 

Sir Thomas Smythe, (S), (grandson of Sir Andrew Judd), founded 
in 1619 six Exhibitions, to be held for seven years at either of 
the Universities by Scholars from Tonbridge School. 



OB^^ljibitbmrs, d'r/ 



Thynne, Francis, b. 1545. Magd. Coll., Oxford. Eenowned 
as an antiquary, and also for his knowledge of heraldry. 
Blanche Lyon Poursuivant, and subsequently (1602) 
Lancaster Herald, d. cir. 1608. 

Wheland, John, (F). Brasenose Coll., Oxford. 

1575 Stagey, James, (F). Brasenose Coll., Oxford. 

1575 Dixon, William, (W). St. John's Coll., Oxford. 

1582 BuDGEN, William, (F). Brasenose Coll., Oxford. 

1589 Claeke, Thomas, (F). Brasenose Coll., Oxford. 

Heath, Eobert, b. 1575. St. John's Coll., Camb. After- 
wards D.C.L. of Oxford. Became Chief Justice of the 
Common Pleas, and subsequently Chief Justice of the 
Ring's Bench. A staunch adherent of Charles I. during 
the Civil Wars. Died in exile at Calais, 1649. 

Atteesold, William, Camb. 

PoETER, Eobert, Camb. 

TuENEE, John, Oxford. 

Feanchey, Peter, Camb. 

Maetiae, Fulke, Camb. 

Pyx, William, Oxford. 

Thoepe, Thomas, Oxford. § 

* A few other names have been added from various sources. 

(F). Fisher Exhibitioner at Brasenose Coll., Oxford. 

(W). Tonbridge Fellow of St. John's Coll., Oxford. Founded by Sir Thomas 
White. 

§ The last seven names, together with those of William Dixon, William Budgen 
(see above) and William Hatch (afterwards Head-Master), are found in a 
grammatical work by John Stockwood (Head Master, 1574 — 1586). Each of these 
nine "Old Boys" wrote some complimentary verses for the preface of this book by 
their former Master. 



Exhibitioners, &c. 5 

1601 HucKSTAFF, John, (W). St. John's Coll., Oxford. 
1610 Stockwood, Jonathan, St. John's Coll., Camb. 

Pemble, Thomas, St. John's Coll., Camb. 

Pennington, John, (W). St. John's Coll., Oxford. 
1613 Eeade, John, and Owen, Stephen. Petitioners for (F). 

1618 Weeks, Thomas, (W). St. John's Coll., Oxford. 

1619 Meddows, Joseph, (S)., (son of the Eev. James Meddows), 

Exeter Coll., Oxford. 

1620 Veknon, John, (S). Emman. Coll., Camb. 

1621 Smith, Thomas, (S). Queens' Coll., Camb. 
Childeen, George. 

Dixon, John. 
Ball, Eichard.'-'' 

1622 Large, John, (S)., son of a minister. Christ's Coll., Camb. 

S.T.P. ''per literas regias," 1669. 

1623 Bullock, John, (S)., son of one of the Livery of the Skinners' 

Company. Emman. Coll., Camb. 

1624 Wtche, Henry (S). Emman. Coll., Camb. 

1625 EooTS, Thomas, (S)., son of William Eoots. St. John's 

Coll., Oxford. 

1625 Halliley, Walter, (S). 

1626 Hale, Thomas, (S)., son of Nicholas Hale, a labom-er. 

Queens' Coll., Camb. 

1627 CoRDELL, Nicholas, (S. & F)., son of Eobert Cordell, clerk, f 

deceased, of Sutton, Surrey. Brasenose Coll., and after- 
wards All Souls' Coll., Oxford. D.D. 1660. 

1628 HiGHAM, Edward, (S)., son of Edward Higham, gent. 

1629 Hutchinson, William, (S)., son of Charles Hutchinson, of 

Wrotham. St. John's Coll., Oxford. B.D. 1636. 

1629 Gillett, John, (S)., son of WilHam Gillett, of Mayfield, 

yeoman. 

1630 WiBARNE, James, (S)., son of Thomas Wibarne, of Tonbridge, 

saddler. 

* For nearly two hundred years the following resolutions annually appear (with 
occasional but only temporary variation) on the minutes of the Skinners' Company : 
(1) "That the Clerk be ordered to provide six pens for the six best Scholars who 
shall dispute and be examined." (2) " That there be a sermon and garlands as 
usual." Smith, Dixon, Children, Ball, Large, and Bullock are recorded as the " six 
best scholars " in 1621. 

f " Clerk " on this and the next page signifies " Clergyman." 

(F). Fisher Exhibitioner at Brasenose Coll., Oxford. 

(W). Tonbridge Fellow of St. John's Coll., Oxford. Founded by Sir Thomas 
White. 

(S). Smy the Exhibitioner. 



6 Tonhridge School. 

1632 HooPEE, John, (S)., son of John Hooper, Parish Clerk and 

Notary Pubhc, of Tonbridge. 

1633 Roots, WiUiam, (S)., son of Richard Roots, of Fleching, 

Sussex, clerk. 

1634 Amhuest, Richard, (W). St. John's Coll., Oxford. Vacated 

the Fellowship by marriage in 1642. 

1634 Weston, John, (S)., son of Edward Weston, of Speldhurst, 

clerk. 

1635 Burton, Thomas, (S)., son of Marmaduke Bm-ton, of Crow- 

hurst, Sussex, clerk. 

1635 Snepp, John, (S)., son of John Snepp, of Westfield, Sussex, 

yeoman. 

1636 Newman, Robert, (S)., son of Robert Newman, deceased, of 

Crawford, (Crayford?), Kent, clerk. 

1638 Pattenden, Henry, (S)., son of John Pattenden, of Nettle- 

stead, clerk. 

1639 Teesse, Francis, (S)., son of Nicholas Tresse, of West Mailing, 

mercer. 

1640 Rose, Thomas, (S)., son of Seth Rose, of Teshcombe, Sussex, 

clerk. 

1640 Poetee, George, (S)., son of Henry Porter, of East Dean, 

Sussex, gent. 

1641 Maetin, William, (S)., son of William Martin, of Eye, yeoman, 

Second Master, 1645-51. 

1641 Peiece, Wilham, (S)., son of Thomas Peirce, of Hever, miller. 

1642 Haynes, John, (S)., son of Thomas Haynes, of Hastings, 

schoolmaster. 

1642 EvEEiTT, Edward, (W. and S)., son of Edward Everitt, 
butcher. St. John's Coll., Oxford. 

1644 Paeis, Edward, (S)., son of Anthony Paris, of Tonbridge, 

dyer. 

1645 Callett, Henry, (S)., son of Henry Callett, of Mayfield, 

Sussex, yeoman. 

1645 Staekye, John, (S)., son of John Starkye, deceased, of 

Hadlow, clerk. 

1646 Feewin, Thomas, (S)., son of Stephen Frewin, citizen and 

Skinner, of London. 

1647 Spaekes, Charles, (S)., son of George Sparkes, citizen and 

Merchant Taylor, of London. Trin. Coll., Oxford. B.D. 
1666 (but possibly another of same name). 

1648 Paeis, John, (S)., son of Anthony Paris, of Tonbridge, dyer. 

B. and D. M., Corpus Christi Coll., Camb., 1666. 

(W). Tonbridge Fellow of St. John's Coll., Oxford. Founded by Sir Thomas White. 
(S). Smythe Exhibitioner. 



Exhibitioners, dc. 7 

1649 Cheeseman, Thomas, (S). ''A blind scholar." 

Bigg, Wilham. Mentioned as an unsuccessful competitor 
for the Smythe Exhibition. 

1650 Crouch, William, (S). St. John's Coll., Camb. S.T.B. 1666. 

1651 BuDGEN, John, (S). Trin. Coll., Camb. M.D. 1671. 

1652 Brasier, John, (S). St. John's Coll., Oxford. B.D. 1665. 

1653 BuDGEN, William, (S). Trin. Coll., Camb. M.A. 1660. 

1655 Hammond, John, (S). Christ Church Coll., Oxford. B.A. 

1661. M.A. 1664. 

1656 Collins, Henry, (S). 

1656 Collins, Walter, (F. and S). Brasenose Coll., Oxford. 

Second Master, 1661 to 1663. 

1657 Wood, Richard, (S). St. John's Coll., Oxford. B.A. 1661. 

M.A. 1664. 

1658 Roots, Thomas, (S). St. John's Coll., Oxford. B.A. 1661. 

M.A. 1666. Afterwards successively Second Master and 
Head Master. 

1658 Verrall, John. St. John's Coll., Oxford. 

1659 Cogger, Thos., (S). Clare Coll., Camb. B.A. 1662. M.A. 

1666. 

1660 Thomas, John, (S). St. Edmund's Hall, Oxford. B.A. 1663. 

1660 Newbold, Edmond, (S). 

1661 Pike, Thomas, (S). 

1662 Thomas, James, (S). *'A lame, impotent youth." Trin. 

Coll., Camb. B.A. 1665. 

1663 RoLFE, Edward, (S). 

1664 SoNE (or Soane), John, (S). St. Cath. Coll., Camb. B.A. 

1667. 

1665 Hunt, Thomas, (S. and F). Brasenose Coll., Oxford. 

1665 Polhill, Wilham, (S). St. Mary Hall, Oxford. B.A. 1669. 

M.A. 1671. 

1666 North, Oliver, (S). Christ's Coll., Camb. B.A. 1669. 

M.A. 1673. 

1666 Thurgood, (or Thorowgood), Thomas, (S). Trin. Coll., 
Camb. B.A. 1670. 

1669- Mills, Thomas, (S). 

1669 Woods, Thomas, (S). 

* The gap of three years in the election of Smythe Exhibitioners is probably 
caused by the Great Fire of London in 1666. The property left by Sir Thomas 
Smythe was in the City of London, and little or no rent was paid for some time 
during the rebuilding of the City. 

(F). Fisher Exhibitioner at Brasenose Coll., Oxford. 

(S). Smythe Exhibitioner. 



8 Tonhridge School 

Hekbert, Thomas, eighth Earl of Pembroke, was at the 
School about this time. British Ambassador at the Peace 
of Eyswick. President of the Council to Queen Anne, &c., 
&c. d. 1732. 

1670 King, Charles, (S). Christ Church Coll., Oxford. B.A. 

1765. Merton (probably Fellow), M.A. 1688. M.B. 1689. 
M.D. 1692. 

1671 Eves, Jeffery, (S). Pemb. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1674. 

1672 Newman, John, (S). Hart Hall, Oxford. B.A. 1677. 

1673 Eennell, Eichard, (S). Queens' Coll., Camb. B.A. 1676. 

1674 EooTS, William, (S). Christ Church Coll., Oxford. B.A. 

1678. M.A. 1680. 

1674 Stileman, John, (W). St. John's Coll., Oxford. B.A. 1678. 

M.A. 1682. B.D. 1687. 

1675 Bartholomew, John, (S). Christ Church Coll., Oxford. 

B.A. 1678. M.A. 1680. 

1676 Vines, , deceased during Term. 

1677 Bysshe, Thomas, (S). Oriel Coll., Oxford. B.A. 1681. 

1677 Wenham, George, (S). Univ. Coll., Oxford. B.A. 1680. 

1678 Stileman, Samuel. 

1679 Benbeigg, (or Benbury), John. Univ. Coll., Oxford. B.A. 

1681. M.A. 1684. M.B. 1688. 

1680 Latter, Thomas, (S. and F). Brasenose Coll., Oxford. 

B.A. 1682. M.A. 1685. 

Wase, Christopher. Corpus Christi Coll., Oxford. B.A. 
1681. M.A. 1684. Fellow. B.D. 1694. 

1680" Ashdowne, John. 

1682 Thornton, Eichard. 

1682 Jeffrey, John (or Thomas). 

1684 Stileman, John, (S). Clare Coll., Camb. B.A. 1687. M.A. 

1691. 

1685 Powell, John, (S. and tF). Christ's Coll., Camb. B.A. 

1687. 

* Between 1680 and 1714 the School was in a very bad state owing to the 
neglect or inefficiency of the Head Master, Thomas Roots. During this period 
the Examiner not unfrequently reports that there are "no Scholars fit for the 
Universities." 

t Powell is distinctly stated to have been elected in 1688 to a Fisher Exhibition, 
although he had taken his degree at Cambridge in the previous year. But this is 
not the only evidence of irregularity about this period. 

(F). Fisher Exhibitioner at Brasenose Coll., Oxford. 

(W). Tonbridge Fellow of St. John's Coll., Oxford. Founded by Sir Thomas 
White. 

(S). Smythe Exhib tioner. 



Exhibitioners, &c. 9 

1687 Blechinden, Thomas, (S). 

Saundees, Jonathan. Wadh. Colh, Oxford. B.A. 1691. 
Kingston, Thomas. 

1688 France, John, (S). 

1690 PuTLAND, George, (S). St. John's Coll., Camb. B.A. 1693. 

M.A. 1697. 

1691 EooTS, Eichard, (S). Magd. Coll., Oxford. B.A. 1693. 

M.A. 1696. 

1693 West, , (F). Brasenose Coll., Oxford. 

1696 Stileman, Tmiothy, (S. and W). St. John's Coll., Oxford. 

B.A. 1702. M.A. 1705. B.D. 1711. 

Hammond, Humphrey, (S). All Souls' Coll., Oxford. B.A. 
1701. 

1697 Haywood, Valentine. St. John's Coll., Oxford. B.A. 1697. 

M.A. 1701. 
169— Stapley, Edward. Corpus Christi Coll., Camb. B.A. 1698. 

M.A. 1707. 
169— Shuckbuegh, George, (S). Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1698. 

M.A., St. Peter's Coll. 

169— Feewin, Stephen, (S). St. John's Coll., Camb. B.A. 1698. 
M.A. 1702. 

1698 FowLE, Eichard, (S). Magd. Hall, Oxford. B.A. 1702. 

Danvees (mentioned as a Scholar). 

1702 EooTS, WiUiam, (S). Christ Church Coll., Oxford. B.A. 
1706. M.A. Magd. (probably Fellow), 1708. 

1702 Beewee, Thomas, (S). St. John's Coll., Camb. B.A. 1703. 

1703 Gaeencieees, Theophilus, (F). Brasenose Coll., Oxford. 

B.A. 1704. M.A. 1728. 

1704 HiGGiNS, Francis, (S). St. John's Coll., Camb. B.A. 1708. 

1709 WiNTOLLY, John. A sum was voted in this year, *' to enable 
him to take his degree," but there is no record of this 
degree either at Oxford or Cambridge. 

1711 TuENEE, Thomas, (S). St. John's Coll., Camb. B.A. 1714. 
M.A. 1741. 

1714 Waltee (or Walton), William, (S). St. John's Coll., Oxford. 

1716 EiCHARDSON, Eichard, (S). St. John's Coll., Camb. B.A. 
1719. 

1716 MoEETON, Eichard, (S). Univ. Coll., Oxford. 

(F). Fisher Exhibitioner at Brasenose Coll., Oxford. 

(W). Tonbridge Fellow of St. John's Coll., Oxford. Founded by Sir Thomas 
White; 

(S). Smythe Exhibitioner, 



10 Tonhridge School. 

1718 Eeeves, Thomas, (S). Trin. Coll., Oxford. 

1718 Callow, William, (S). St. John's Coll., Camb. B.A. 1720. 

M.A. 1724. 

1719 Lechmere, Nicholas, (S). Wadh. Coll., Oxford. B.A. 1723. 

M.A. Merton (probably Fellow), 1725. 

1719 Bamber, John. Unsuccessful candidate for Smythe Exhibi- 

tion. Emman. Coll., Camb. M.D. "per literas regias," 
1725. 

1720 Luck, James, (W). St. John's Coll., Oxford. B.A. 1724. 

M.A. 1728. B.D. 1733. D.D. 1738. 

1723 Kearsley, James. Jesus Coll., Camb. B.A. 1725. 

1724 Head, John, (S). St. John's Coll., Camb. B.A. 1726. M.A. 1730. 

1724 Dixon, Charles, (S). Christ Church Coll., Oxford. B.A. 

1728. M.A. 1730. Senior Student. 

1725 Weller, Francis, (S). Christ Church Coll., Oxford. 

1725 Latter, Edmund, (S). St. John's Coll., Camb. Eesigned 

on appointment to the Curacy of Warbleton, Sussex. B.A. 
1727. M.A. 1731. 
172 — Orton, George, (F). Brasenose Coll., Oxford. 

1726 Davis, John. Unsuccessful candidate for Smythe Exhibition. 

Christ Church Coll., Oxford. B.A. 1729. M.A. 1732. 

1727 Woodgate, Francis, (S). Trin. Coll., Oxford. B.A. 1729. 

M.A. 1733. 

1729 Smith, John. This Scholar, together with the five imme- 

diately following, were the six who "disputed and were 
examined" on Skinners' Day, 1729, Spencer being Captain. 
There were then 52 Scholars in all. 

1730 Spencer, Eichard, (S)., son of the Head Master. Emman. 

Coll., Camb. cL 1739. 

1731 Strother, George, (S). Emman. Coll., Camb. Eesigned his 

Exhibition on preferment to two livings. B.A. 1733. 

M.A. 1735. 
1731 MoRTLOCK, Eoger, (S). Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1734. 

M.A. 1738. S.T.P. 1751. 
1731 PoLHiLL, Eobert, (S). St. John s Coll., Camb. M.A. 1734. 

1733 EiCHARDS, George, (S). Univ. Coll., Oxford. B.A. 1736. 

1734 Fuller, Stephen, This Scholar, together with the five 

immediately following, of whom Skinner Silencer was 
Captain, ''disputed and were examined" on Skinners' 
Day, 1734. 

(F). Fisher Exhibitioner at Brasenose Coll., Oxford. 

(W). Tonbridge Fellow of St. John's Coll., Oxford. Founded by Sir Thomas 
White. 

(S). Smythe Exhibitioner. 



Exhibitioners, dc. 1 1 

1734 Fuller, Hans. 

Boys, James. St. John's Coll., Camb. Ll.B. 1741. 

May, John. Queens' Coll., Camb. B.A. 1738. M.A. 1742. 

Davis, Eichard, (F. and S). Brasenose Coll., Oxford. B.A. 
1737. M.A. 1740. d. 1740. 

1737 Spencer, Skinner, (S)., son of the Head Master. Emman. 
Coll., Camb. Ll.B. 1742. 

1737 Barnardiston, John, (S). Corpus Christi Coll., Camb. B.A. 

1740. M.A. 1744. Fellow. S.T.B. 1752. S.T.P. 1764. 

1738 Hedges, Henry (or perhaps John,) (S). 

1738 Davis, William, (S). Univ. Coll., Oxford, d. 1740. 

1739 HoDSON, Henry, (S). St. John's Coll., Camb. B.A. 1740. 

M.A. 1744. 

1741 I'Anson, Thomas Bankes, (S). Univ. Coll., Oxford. B.C.L. 

1748. 

1741 Wood, Nicholas, (S. and F). Brasenose Coll., Oxford, d. 1743. 

1741 North, Thomas Cox. 

1742 Osborne, Edward, (S). St. Peter's Coll., Camb. B.A. 1745. 

M.A. 1749. 

1744 Austen, Henry, (S). Queens' Coll., Camb. B.A. 1746. 
M.A. Clare Coll., (probably Fellow) 1750. 

1744 Bathurst, Eichard, (S. and F). St. Edmund Hall, and 
afterwards Brasenose Coll., Oxford. B.A. 1748. 

1744 Cooper, Thomas, (S). Univ. Coll., Oxford. 

1749 Marshall, Edmund, (S). St. John's Coll., Oxford. 

WooDFALL, William. A Scholar about this time. He 
became celebrated as a Eeporter of the debates in the 
Houses of Parliament. No notes were allowed to be 
written in the House, but nevertheless "Memory" 
Woodfall succeeded in giving almost verbatim reports. 
While at School he had first shown this great power of 
memory. One evening the Head Master gave him a book 
of Homer to learn by heart. Next morning W^oodfall 
repeated the "Imposition" without missing a word. He 
was also a printer. The "Letters of Junius" were first 
issued from his press. 

1751 Dalyson, Thomas, (S). St. John's Coll., Camb. B.A. 1765. 

1753 Austen, George, (W. and S). St. John's Coll., Oxford. 

B.A. 1750. M.A. 1754. B.D. 1760. 

1754 Head, John, (S). Clare Coll., Camb. d. 1756. 

(F). Fisher Exhibitioner at Brasenose Coll., Oxford. 

(W). Tonbridge Fellow of St. John's Coll., Oxford. Founded by Sir Thomas 
White. 

(S). Sraythe Exhibitioner. 



12 Tonhridge School. 

1756 Baker, Thomas, (S). Clare Coll., Camb. B.A. 1760. M.A. 

1763. 

1757 White, James, (S. and F). Brasenose Coll., Oxford. B.A. 

1761. Both Exhibitions were declared void in 1764 on the 
admission of the holder that he had accepted two curacies 
three years previously. 

1758 MiCHELL, Eichard, (S). St. John's Coll., Camb. 

1760 Moore, Charles, (S). Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1764. M.A. 
1767. 

1760 Byam, Ashton Warner, (S). Sid. Suss. Coll., Camb. B.A. 

1763. M.A. St. Peter's, (probably Fellow) 1790. 

1761 BuRSTON, James, (S). Queens' Coll., Camb. B.A. 1765. 

M.A. 1768. Fellow. 

1761 Brett, John, (S). Queens' Coll., Camb. B.A. 1765. M.A. 
1768. Fellow. 



A LIST OF THE BOYS AT TONBEIDGE FEEE 
GEAMMAE SCHOOL IN THE YEAE 1761.- 



Marriott Jackson 

Hitch Smith 

Turner Harris 

Kelly 

Eichards Syndall 

Walter Turner 
Eooke 

Clare 

James A. Fenner 

Woodgate Pengree 

Eoods (Qy. Eoots) Hull 

Thomas 

Amherst Eooke 

Wilkinson Fashion 

Scoones Alchin 
Adams 

Walter Gates 

Winchester Woodgate 

Piatt Mills 

Golding James 

* This School List of the year 1761 is copied from a Schoolboy's note-book 
lent by the Rev. James Buttanshaw (not himself the writer, though an Old 
Tonbridgian.) The boy's list must have been copied about 1829, from some list then 
in existence. The note-book contains, besides the list of 1761, lists of 1829 and 1830. 

(F). Fisher Exhibitioner at Brasenose Coll., Oxford. 

(S). Smythe Exhibitioner. 



Exhibitioners, &c. 13 



Miller 


Wilson 


Brisenden (Qy. Brickenden) 


Stepple 
Dowding 


Eichards 


Stone 


Kipping 

Burgess 


Alchin 
Bourke 


Eichards 


Hatch 


May 
May 
Witworth 


Wilkinson 
Cheesman 


Norris 


Mills 


Polhill^ 


Wilson 


Sedgwick 

"D J. 


Panuwell 


jDest 
Woodfall 


Barton 




Eichardson 


Eevell 


Nibbs 


Wallis 


Norris 


Eev. Jacob Cawthorn, Master, 


, who died in thii 



The "Witworth" in the above list is, undoubtedly, Lord 
Whitworth, who is known from other sources to have been at the 
School under Mr. Cawthorn and his successor. The ''Hull" in the 
same list must be Christopher Hull, of Sidcup, to whom Lord 
Whitworth was fag. Lord Whitworth became an officer in the 
Guards, and filled various posts at the Courts of Eussia, Poland, 
and Denmark. His seat was at Knowle, where he raised at his 
own expense the Holmesdale Battalion of Infantry, six hundred 
strong. He is chiefly celebrated for having been twice publicly 
insulted by Napoleon, when performing his duty as British 
Ambassador at Paris during the Peace of Amiens. He died in 
1815. 

Lord Eardley, and Colonel James of Ightham Lodge, Kent, 
were contemporaries of Lord Whitworth at Tonbridge. 

1764 EiCHAEDS, George, (S). Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1767. 

1764 Mills, Vanderlure, (W. and S). St. John's Coll., Oxford. 

B.C.L. 1771. 

1765 NiCHOLL, Samuel, (S). Ball. Coll., Oxford. Eesigned Exhi- 

bition on accepting a curacy. B.A. 1769. M.A. 1772. 

1765 Waltee, Weever, (S). Christ's Coll., Camb. B.A. 1767. 
M.A. 1770. 

1767 Baines, Eobert Edward, (S). Christ's Coll., Camb. 
Eesigned Exhibition on accepting a curacy. 

fW). Tonbridge Fellow of St. John's Coll., Oxford. Founded by Sir Thomas 
White. 

(S). Smythe Exhibitioner. 



14 Tonhridge School. 

1769 Geere, Diones, (S). Christ's Coll., Camb. B.A. 1773. 

1770 DowDiNG, Matthew, (S). Corpus Christi Coll., Oxford. 

B.A. 1772. M.A. 1776. 

1771 Hart, Anthony. At School about this period. Lord 

Chancellor of Ireland, 1828. d. 1831. 

1772 Fermoe, John Shirley, (S.) Queen's Coll., Oxford. B.A. 

1773. M.A. 1776. 

1772 Lane, Thomas, (held Fisher Exhibition for 24 years,) Brase- 

nose Coll., Oxford. 

1773 Smith, Sidney. Son of John Spencer Smith, a Captain in 

the Army. Entered the Navy in 1776, and served v^ith 
great distinction; his most notable achievement having 
been performed in 1799, v^hen, as Sir Sidney Smith, 
Commodore on the coast of Egypt, he captured a French 
flotilla off Acre, and successfully defended that place 
against the French. Sir Sidney was not less noted for the 
general chivalry of his character than for his public 
services. He died in 1840. 

1774 Latter, Edmund, (S). St. John's Coll., Camb. B.A. 1779. 

M.A. 1782. S.T.B. 1789. 

1776 Mills, James, (S. and W). St. John's Coll., Oxford. B.A. 

1780. M.A. 1784. 

1777 Delves, William, (S). St. John's Coll., Oxford. B.A. 1781. 

M.A. 1784. 

1778 Walter, James, (S). Corpus Christi Coll., Camb. B.A. 1781. 
1784 CuRTEis, Samuel, (S). Corpus Christi Coll., Camb. B.A. 

1789. M.A. 1801. ' Ll.D. 1808. 

1784 Clarke, James Stanier, (S). St. John's Coll., Camb. Ll.B. 

1805. Ll.D. ''per literas regias," 1816. Lord Nelson's 
Naval Chaplain at the Battle of Trafalgar. Also a noted 
Preacher in London, and Librarian to George IV. Author 
of **The Progress of Maritime Discovery," and a "Life of 
Nelson." d. 1834.^ 

1785 Clarke, Edward Daniel, (S). Jesus Coll., Camb. B.A. 

1790. M.A. 1794. Ll.D. "per literas regias," 1804. To 
the resignation of Clarke's Smythe Exhibition is appended 
the note, "Gone with Lord Berwick on his travels over 
the Continent." Clarke became celebrated as a traveller 
in Europe, Asia, Egypt, &c. His "Travels" in many 
volumes are in the School library, d. 1822. 

Clarke, George. Brother of the two preceding. A distin- 
guished Captain in the Navy under Nelson. Accidentally 
drowned in the Thames, 1805. 

(W). Tonbridge Fellow of St. John's Coll;, Oxford. Founded by Sir Thomas 
White. 

(S). Smythe Exhibitioner. 



Exhibitioners, &c. 15 

DuMOUSTiER, who afterwards became one of Napoleon's 
Generals, his aide-de-camp at the Battle of Marengo, and 
the Commander of the "New Guard" in 1813, was at 
School with the Clarkes, and visited his old Head Master, 
Dr. Knox, during the Peace of Amiens. 

1786 Gardner, George, (S). Corpus Christi Coll., Camb. d. 1791. 

1787 HuRDis, Thomas, (S). Clare Coll., Camb. B.A. 1791. 

1787 Suckling, Benjamin, (S). Christ's (or Trin.) Coll., Camb. 

B.A. 1791. M.A. 1794. Eesigned Exhibition on receiving 
preferment from Lord Hawkesbury. 

1788 Adams, Henry, (W. and S). St. John's Coll., Oxford. B.A. 

1792. M.A. 1796. B.D. 1801. 
1791 Kingston, George, (S). Queen's Coll., Oxford. B.A. 1794. 

1791 Suckling, Henry, (S). Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1793. M.A. 
1796. Eesigned Exhibition in 1793, " having duties to 
perform which render his presence at Cambridge impossible." 

1793 DoDD, Philip Stanhope, (S). Magd. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1796. 

M.A. 1799. 

1794 TwELLS, Edward, (S). Corpus Christi Coll., Camb. B.A. 1798. 

1795 Eainier, Peter, (S). Oriel Coll., Oxford. B.A. 1798. M.A. 

1801. M.B. 1802. M.D. 1805. 

1795 Davis, WilHam, (S). Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1800. 

1800 WooDGATE, Stephen, (S). Trin. Coll., Oxford. B.A. 1802. 

M.A. 1808. 

1801 Davis, Thurlow, (S). Exeter Coll., Oxford. 

1801 Williams, Henry, (S). Brasenose Coll., Oxford. B.A. 1801. 
M.A. 1805. 

1803 Knox, Thomas, (S). Brasenose Coll., Oxford. B.A. 1806. 
M.A. 1809. B. and D.D. 1824. Succeeded his father as 
Head Master in 1812. d. 1843. 

1803 MiTFORD, John, (S). Oriel Coll., Oxford. B.A. 1804. 

1803 Andrews, Eobert Gordon, (S). St. John's Coll., Oxford. 
B.A. 1808. M.A. 1812. 

1808 Baker, Alfred, (S). Wadh. Coll., Oxford. B.C.L. 1814. 

1809 Bannister, Sex, (S). Queen's Coll., Oxford. B.A. 1813. 

M.A. 1815. 

1810 Boys, Thomas, (S). Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1813. M.A. 

1817. 

1811 Whitehead, George Davenport, (S). Queens' Coll., Camb. 

1812 Gregg, Erancis, (E). Brasenose Coll., Oxford. B.A. 1815 

M.A. 1818. 

(W). Tonbridge Fellow of St. John's Coll., Oxford. Founded by Sir Thomas 

White. 

(S). Smythe Exhibitioner. 



16 Tollbridge School. 

1815 GiEDLESTONE, Charles, (S). Wadh. Coll., Oxford. B.A. 

1818. Ball. Coll. M.A. 1821. Fellow. 

1816 HosKiNS, William Edward, (S. and F). Brasenose Coll., 

Oxford. B.A. 1819. M.A. 1821. Some time Rector of 
Chiddingstone. Deceased. 

1817 Jervis, Thomas, (S). Trin. Hall, Camb. 

1818 WooDGATE, Henry Arthur, (S. and W). St. John's Coll., 

Oxford. B.A. 1821. 1st CI. Lit. Hmii. M.A. 1829. 
B.D. 1830. Sometime Fellow and Tutor of St. John's; 
afterwards Rector of Belbroughton ; Honorary Canon of 
Worcester Cathedral; Rural Dean of Kidderminster; twice 
a Select Preacher at Oxford ; Bampton Lecturer and Public 
Examiner, d. 1871. 

1819 Saint, John James, (S). Brasenose Coll., Oxford. B.A. 

1822. M.A. 1825. Rector of Speldhurst and Groombridge. 

1819 Smith, Francis Grosvenor, (S). St. John's Coll., Camb. 

B.A. 1823. M.A. 1826. 
1819 RowLANDSON, Arthur (F). Brasenose Coll., Oxford. B.A. 

1823. M.A. 1825. 

1819 Whitehead, Robert Grose, (S). 

1820 Wells, Giffard, (S). Sid. Suss. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1824. 

M.A. 1826. 

1821 Booth, G. J. Mentioned as near the head of the School. 

1822 Dyson, Henry, (S). Jesus Coll., Camb. B.A. 1825. 

1821 Campbell, Archibald, (S). Jesus Coll., Camb. B.A. 1825. 

M.A. 1828. 
1821 Eustace, Charles Stannard, (S). Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 

1829. M.A. 1832. 
1825 Smith, William George, (S). Trin. Coll., Camb. 
1825 Sansbuby, Thomas. Magd. Hall, Oxford. Petitions for a 

Smythe Exhibition, but is refused on the ground that he 

had not been long enough at the School. 

(F). Fisher Exhibitioner at Brasenose Coll., Oxford. 

(W). Tonbridge Fellow of St. John's Coll., Oxford. Founded by Sir Thomas 
White. 

(S). Smythe Exhibitioner. 



Register. 17 



llegbtcr of ®0ubribge Srkol, 1826-86.- 



AsHDowNE, John. 1825-9. Eldest son of John Ashdowne. Suc- 
ceeded his father as Clerk of the Court of Eequests at Tonbridge. 

Ashdowne, Samuel. 1825-31. Second son of John Ashdowne. 
Formerly clerk m a solicitor's office at Tonbridge. 

Bakee, George. 1822-9. Fourth son of Wilham Baker, h. 1813. 
Head Class, 1829. For some years a colonist in New Zealand ; 
afterwards returned to England, d. 1885. 

Baker, Eichard. 1822-7. Second son of Wilham Baker, h. 1810. 
Head Class, 1826-7. Entered an English Lancer Eegiment, 
which supported Donna Maria of Portugal in the Civil War with 
her uncle, Don Miguel, and was created a Knight of the Portu- 
guese Order of the Tower and Sword. In 1835, joined another 
English Lancer Eegiment, under General de Lacy Evans, which 
fought for the Spanish Eoyalists against the Carlists. Eose to 
the rank of Major, and was created a Knight of the Spanish 
Order of Isabella II. In 1839, went to New Zealand in the 
*' Aurora " with the first party of settlers. There became a 
Justice of the Peace, cl. 1854. 

Bakee, Thomas. 1822-8. Third son of Wilham Baker, h. 1811. 
Head Class, 1826-8. §Judd Exhib. St. John's Coll., Camb. 
B.A. 1833. M.A. 1838. Ordained, 1834. For some time 
Assistant Minister of St. Andrew's Chapel, Hove, Brighton, d. 
1866. 

Baker, William. 1822-6. Eldest son of Wilham Baker, h. 1809. 
fHead Class, 1824-6. Head Boy, 1825-6. Became a Solicitor, 
and practised in London. Was appointed by the Duke of 
Wellington to the office of Coroner to the Tower of London and 
its Liberties. Eetired in 1865. Besides at St. Leonards-on-Sea. 

Balston, Charles. 1824-7. Son of W. Balston. Head Class, 
1824-7. Scholar of Corpus Christi Coll., Oxford. Second Class 
Lit. Hum. First Class Math. Afterwards Fellow of the same 
College. B.A. 1831. M.A. 1834. B.D. 1841. Ordained 1834. 
Since 1848, Eector of Stoke Charity, Hants. 

* The Register commences with the names of sixty-nine Boys who were called 
over on Skinners' Day, 1826. From 1826 to 1833 the entries for each quarter are 
arranged (by the Editor] in alphabetical order. In 1833 the division of the year 
into Terms replaces the division into Quarters. 

§ The Judd Exhibitions of £100 a year for four years were created under a 
" New Scheme " in 1824. 

t Before 1830, the highest class in the School was called "Head Class" ; from 
1830 to 1844, "Sixth Class" ; and since 1844, "Sixth Form." 
C 



18 Tonhridge School 

Bell, William. 1820-7. Son of W. Bell. Entered the Bengal 
Civil Service in 1829. Eose to the position of Civil and Sessions 
Judge at Eungpore, and afterwards at Shahabad. Eetired in 
1859. cl. in England in 1876. 

Bishop, Henry, 1824-31. Son of — Bishop, (of Blackheath) Sixth 
class, 1831. Entered the 62nd Bengal Native Infantry, d. 1841. 

Bishop, Wilham. 1822-8. Son of Bishop, (of Blackheath). 

Head Class, 1827-8. Judd Exhib., and also held another 
valuable Exhibition in default of Sevenoaks School. Jesus 
Coll., Camb. Sen. Opt. Math. Trip. B.A. 1832. 

Beickenden, Eichard T. W. Lambart, 1821-7. Son of the Eev. 
Eichard Brickenden. Head Class, 1826-7. Judd Exhib. Wore. 
Coll., Oxford. Entered the 71st Highlanders, 1831. Captain 
and Barrack Master at Leeds in 1860. 

Bridges, Brook Edward. 1825-31. Sixth Class, 1828-31. Head 
Boy, 1831. Judd Exhib. Oriel Coll., Oxford. Second Class 
Lit. Hum. B.A. 1835. M.A. 1839. Fellow of Merton Coll., 
Oxford. In Holy Orders. Vicar of Haynes, Bedfordshire, 
1843-1869. d. 1869. 

Byng, James Master Owen, (Honble). 1825-30. Third son of the 
sixth Viscount Torrington. h. 1818. Called to the Bar, 
(Middle Temple,) 1852. Vice-Chairman of the South Eastern 
Eailw^ay. J. P. and D.L. for Kent and Sussex. 

Byng, Eobert Barlow Palmer, (Honble). 1825-9. Second son of 
the sixth Viscount Torrington. Entered the 62nd Bengal 
Native Infantry in 1833, and rose to the rank of Major. Killed 
in action against the Mutineers at Lucknow, in 1857. 

Carnell, George. 1824-5. Deceased. 

Devas, William. 1818-24. Eldest son of William Devas. h. 1810. 

A merchant in London. Eesided at Woodside, Old Windsor. 

d. 1870. 
Devey, 

Dillon, Francis. 1825-30. Sixth class, 1830. Judd Exhib. Mag- 
dalen Hall, Oxford. For many years a tutor at Dresden, where 
he died in 1857. 

Dyke, Eeginald Hart. 1825. Son of Colonel Dyke, of Bath. Only 
a few months at Tonbridge School. 

Fowler, Charles. 1825-8. Son of D. Fowler (of Pembury). 

Fowler, Henry. 1825-8. Son of D. Fowler (of Pembury). 

GoLDSMiD, 1824-5. Son of H. Goldsmid. 

GoLDSMiD, 1824-5. Son of H. Goldsmid. 

GoRHAM, John. 1823-8. Eldest son of William Gorham. h. 1814. 
Mem. Eoy. Coll. Surg. 1839. Practises at Tonbridge. Fellow 
of Phys. Soc. of Guy's Hosp. and of the Eoy. Bet. Soc, London. 
Author or Inventor of *' Unfrequented Paths in Optics ; Part I., 
Light from a Pinhole; Part II., Light from a Fissure " ; '* The 



Register. 19 

Eotation of Coloured Discs " ; ''A Mode of Calculating Hexa- 
gonal Facets in the Cornea of the Eye in Insects " ; " The Dias- 
cope, an Optical Instrument " ; *' The Pupil Photometer " ; 
" Kudiments of Colour by Eotation " ; ** The Stereograph"; 
''Venation in Leaves of the Umbelliferae " ; "The Composite 
Structure of Simple Leaves " ; '* A Manual on the Proper Mode 
of Extracting Teeth " ; " The Tubular Balance " ; ** Intussus- 
ception in Infants"; ''On the Blending of Colours by the 
Sole Agency of the Sensorium " ; and various papers in the 
Medical journals. 

GoRHAM, William. 1823-31. Second son of William Gorham. 
h. 1815. A Solicitor. Practised at Tonbridge. Conspicuous 
for his philanthropy, kindness to the poor, and solicitude for 
their temporal and spiritual welfare, d. 1880. 

Hayley, Burrell. 1817-26. Son of the Eev. John Burrell Hayley. 
Head Class, 1824-6. Judd Exhib. Wore. Coll., Oxford. B.A. 
1832. M. A. 1833. Took Holy Orders. Prebendary of Chiches- 
ter. Lord of the Manor and Patron of the living of Brightling, 
Sussex. Eector of Catsfield, near Battle, from 1843 till his 
death in 1882. 

Headland, Francis John. 1822-4. For many years Head-Clerk of 
Messrs. Beeching's Bank at Tonbridge. d. 1870. 

HosKiNS, Alexander. — 1828. Son of A. Hoskins. 

HosKiNS, Henry. — 1828. Son of A. Hoskins. 

Hunt, James Anthony. 1825-7. Eldest son of Anthony Hunt. 
For some years a merchant at Maidstone. Eetired and died 
about 1849. 

Jessopp, John. 1824-31. Eldest son of John Sympson Jessopp, 
J. P. and D.L. h. 1815. Afterwards at Faringdon School. 
Smythe Exhib. St. John's Coll., Camb. B.A. 1837. M.A. 
1841. Ordained 1839. Formerly Consular Chaplain of Ostend, 
and Chaplain to the King of the Belgians. Subsequently a 
Chaplain of the East India Company. Afterwards Perpetual 
Curate of Holy Trinity, Newington, and Chaplain of the Surrey 
County Gaol. Since 1878 Eector of St. Gregory's, Norwich. 
J. P. for Herts. Chairman of the Cheshunt Division of Petty 
Sessions. 

Lawes, Edward. 1825-8. Son of E. V. Lawes. Called to the 
Bar in 1845. Chairman to the Metropolitan Commission of 
Sewers, d. about 1853. 

Lloyd, John Kyf&n. 1819-25. Younger son of Captain T. Lloyd, 
E.N. Entered the 14th Foot, 1827. Captain 1836. Eetired 
1839. Settled in Australia and died about 1845. 

Lloyd, Thomas. 1819-22. Elder son of Captain T. Lloyd, E.N. 
Head-boy, 1822. Smythe and Lady Boswell's Exhibs. 
Scholar of Jesus Coll., Camb. Entered the 4th Dragoons in 
1827. Adjutant for some years. On promotion to Captaincy 
in 1846 exchanged into the 10th Hussars, d. 1850. 
c 2 



20 Tonhridge School 

Macaethy, — . 1823-5. 

Macarthy, — . 1823-5. 

Macaethy, -. 1823-5. 

MiNET, William Brissault. 1823-7. Son of L. Minet. Head Class, 
1825-7. Obtained but declined a Judd Exhib. Became a 
Solicitor in the City of London, d. 1856. 

MuNDELL, William Adam. 1825-8. Fifth son of Alexander Mun- 
dell. Descendant of Sir Geoffrey de Magnaville (afterwards 
spelt Mandeville). h. 1815. St. John's Coll., Oxford. Bar- 
rister. Practised at the Parliamentary Bar. A Queen's 
Counsel and Bencher of the Middle Temple, d. 1875. 

Nye, Henry Fenner. 1822-8. 

Paekee, Charles. 1825-33. Son of Willam Parker. For many 
years manager of the Maidstone Branch of the London and 
County Bank. Eetired 1884. Besides at Maidstone. 

Paekee, James. 1819-25. Son of William Parker. Mem. Eoy. 
Coll. Surg., 1830. Practised at Tonbridge. d. 1862. 

Paekee, John. 1820-5. Son of Wilham Parker. Mem. Eoy. 
Coll. Surg., 1835. Practised at Towcester, Northamptonshire. 
d. 1866. 

Peake, Eichard. 1826-9. Fifth son of Thomas Peake. h. 1814. 
Merchant in London. After his retirement from business, 
resided near Chepstow, d. 1876. 

Peake, Eobert William. 1826-8. Fourth son of Thomas Peake, of 
Perthewig, Denbighshire. (This property has been held by the 
Peake family since the reign of Edward I.) h. 1811. Head 
Class, 1827-8. Became a solicitor and attorney. Practised in 
London. In 1852 was appointed Chief Clerk in Chancery. 
Besides at Isleworth, Middlesex. 

Petley, Henry. 1822-4. Third son of Charles Carter Petley. 
h. 1815. Afterwards at Charterhouse School from 1825 to 1834. 
Ordained 1839. After holding curacies at Glynde, Bexhill, 
Guestling, and Woodchurch in Sussex, went out as a Mis- 
sionary to Heart's Content, Newfoundland. On his return was 
Curate at Wilmington. Went again to Newfoundland, and 
since his final return has held curacies at Glynde, Langton, 
Gislingham, and Holy Trinity, Bungay, Suffolk. 

Petley, Patrick McLeod. 1823-26. Second son of Charles 
Carter Petley. Entered the 92nd Highlanders in 1831. Served 
in Ireland, the Mediterranean, and the West Indies, and rose 
to the rank of Major. After his retirement was Adjutant of 
the Edinburgh Militia, d. 1873. 

PoLHiLL, Frederick Campbell. 1825-6. Second son of George 
Polhill. h. 1809. Univ. Coll., Oxford. B.A. 1831. M.A. 
1838. Ordained 1834. Has held curacies at Eepton, Derby- 
shire, and Otford and Hever, both in Kent. Besides at Sun- 
dridge, near Sevenoaks. 



Register. 21 

PoLHiLL, George. 1825-9. Third son of George Polhill. h. 1813. 
Was for many years in the Colony of Queensland, Australia. 
Now resides in London. 

Polhill, Henry Western Onslow. 1825-32. Fourth son of George 
Polhill. h. 1815. Sixth Class, 1829-32. Head Boy, 1832. 
Judd Exhib., Univ. Coll., Oxford. B.A. 1837. M.A. 1843. 
Ordained 1838. Formerly Eector of Illington, Norfolk. Since 
1861, Eector of Ashurst, Kent. 

PuENELL, William, 1825-31. Son of William Purnell. A surgeon 
in India. Probably deceased. 

Ealfs, Edward. 1825-32. Son of — Ealfs. Assistant to a sur- 
geon in London, d. about 1840. 

EiCHARDS, WiUiam Steward. 1822-8. Third son of the Eev. 
Edward Eichards. h. 1808. Head Class, 1826-8. Head Boy. 
Judd Exhib. Scholar of Jesus Coll., Oxford. B.A. 1831. 
M.A. 1834. Ordained 1831. Has held curacies at Little 
Bookham, Fetcham, Stoke d'Albernon and Limpsfield, in 
Surrey. Since 1842, Eector of Terwick, Petersfield, Hants. 
Author of " A Verse Translation of the Odes, Satires, Epistles, 
and Ars Poetica of Horace." 

EoBisoN, C. S. 1819-24. Son of Colonel Eobison. 

Selby, Thomas. 1821-5. Only son of the Eev. Charles Bridge Selby. 
h. 1807. Of Whitley and Wimbush Hall, Essex, d. 1874. 

Snowden, Charles Crowe. 1824-30. Son of Charles Snowden, 
M.D. Head or Sixth Class, 1828-30. Head Boy, 1829-30. 
Judd Exhib. Wore. Coll., Oxford. B.A. 1834. M.A. 1838. 
Ordained 1835. Held curacies at Hove, Charlton by Dover, 
Broadstairs, Eamsgate, and Newcastle-on-Tyne; and the 
Vicarage of Mitford, Northumberland, d. 1880. 

Stone, Gideon. 1824-5. Son of E. Stone. 

Tayloe, Charles. 1825-7. 

Thomas, Francis Burdett. 1819-27. Second son of William 
Thomas, h. 1810. Afterwards assumed the name of Kearsey 
in place of Burdett Thomas. Head Class, 1825-7. Elected 
to but did not accept a Judd Exhib. Solicitor. Practised in 
London. Eesided at Burstow Hall, Surrey, d. about 1881. 

Thomas, Thomas Kearsey. 1824-31. Third son of William Thomas. 
h. 1814. Sixth Class, 1829-31. Judd Exhib. St. John's Coll., 
Oxford. B.A. 1836. M.A. 1837. Ordained 1839. Formerly 
Curate of Cusop, Herefordshire. Since 1860, Eector of Win- 
forton, in the same county, and Chaplain to the Earl of Eoden. 

Thoepe, Wilham Thomas. 1821-7. Son of William Thorpe. Wine 

merchant at Hastings. Eesided at Battle, d. about 1840. 
Waite, Henry. 1822-6. 

Waed, Charles. 1825-9. Son of William Ward. Went to India. 
d. some years ago. 



22 Tonbridge School a.d. 1826. 

Ward, Thomas. 1823-5. Son of William Ward. Member of the 
Eoyal College of Sm-geons. Eetired. Besides at Southampton. 

West, James John. 1818-25. Second son of J. E. West. Head 

Class, 1823-5. Head Boy, 1823-4. Judd Exhib. (the first 

elected;. Scholar of Jesus Coll., Camb. B.A. 1829. M.A. 

1832. Ordained 1831. Eector of Winchelsea. d. 1872. 
West, Wilham Ashburnham. 1818-25. Eldest son of J. E. West. 

h. 1807. Head Class, 1824-5. Private gentleman. Eesided at 

Tonbridge. J.P. and D.L. for Kent. d. 1881. 
Wise, George. 1825-31. Eldest son of George Wise. Tonbridge- 

ware manufacturer. Eesides at Tonbridge. 
WooDGATE, Francis. 1822-7. Son of Francis Woodgate. Succeeded 

his father in the Underriver Estate, but latterly lived and died 

in London. 
Woodgate, Henry. 1822-7. Son of Francis Woodgate. Solicitor 

in London, and afterwards at Eomsey, in Hampshire. Died at 

Bexley Heath, Kent. 

MIDSUMMEB, 1826. 

AucHMUTY, Samuel Forbes. 1826-30. Head or Sixth Class, 
1823-30. Brasenose Coll., Oxford. Fisher and Hulme Exhibi- 
tioner. B.A. 1834. M.A. 1836. Ordained 1838. Curate of 
Walcot Church, Bath, and then of Elm, Somerset. From 1840 
to 1867, Curate-in-charge of Broad and Little Blunsdon, Wilts. 
On Broad Blunsdon being made a separate Eectory, Mr. Auch- 
muty became the first Eector, and died there shortly after 
restoring the Church. 

Baker, Arthur. 1826-35. Son of Eobert Baker, b. 1817. Sixth 
Class, 1833-5. Judd Exhib. Wadh. Coll., Oxford. Held the 
Curacies of Trinity Church, Marylebone ; Aylesbury ; and All 
Saints, Marylebone. d. 1868. 

Knox, Vicesimus. 1826-32. Eldest sod of the Eev. Thomas Knox 
(Head-Master of Tonbridge School, and son and grandson of 
his two predecessors), b. 1816. Possessed remarkable powers 
of extempore oratory, d. 1832. 

Eainier, Daniel. 1826-34. Entered the 98th Foot, 1836. Served 
with the Expedition to the North of China in 1842, and was 
present at the attack and capture of Chin Kiang Foo and the 
landing before Nankin (Medal). Commanded a division of the 
Bengal Army. Major General, 1867. d. 1871. 

Smythe, George Augustus Frederick Percy Sydney (Honble). 
1826-8. Eldest son of the sixth Viscount Strangford. A hneal 
descendant of Sir Andrew Judd, whose daughter, Alice, married 
Thomas (Customer) Smythe. One of their sons was Sir Thomas 
Smythe, a great benefactor of the School. The Honble. 
G. A. F. P. S. Smythe was afterwards at Eton and St. John's 



A.D. 1826. Register. 23 

Coll., Camb., where he was noted as a speaker at the Union 
Society's Debates. He was afterwards one of the three leaders 
(the other two were Lords Powys and John Manners) of the 
Young England Party. He is said to have been the original of 
the character of Buckhurst in D'Israeli's " Coningsby." He was 
elected Member of Parliament for Canterbury, and became an 
Under-Secretary of State. In 1855 he succeeded his father in 
the Peerage, but died in 1857. On the death (in 1869) of his 
brother, the peerage became extinct. 

Stephenson, John. 1826-7. 

Stone, George Frederic. 1826-8. Fourth son of John Stone. A 
barrister. Went out to Perth, in Western Australia, of which 
colony he became Attorney-General, d. about 1865. 

WooDGATE, Stephen. 1826-8. Son of Francis Woodgate. Died 
some years ago in Bermondsey. 

WoRTHiNGTON, Burdctt. 1826-7. 

Yeats, John. 1826-32. Sixth Class, 1829-32. Smythe Exhib. 
St. John's Coll.. Oxford. 



CHBISTMAS, 1826. 

Bridges, Brook Charles. 1826-32. Sixth Class, 1830-2. Judd 
Exhib. Oriel Coll., Oxford, B.A., 1837. Took Holy Orders. 
Curate of Knebworth, Herts. Subsequently joined the Church 
of Eome. 

Carnell, Edward. 1826-9. Son of John Carnell. b. 1818. A 
Solicitor. Practised at Tonbridge. d. 1873. 

Carruthers, Francis John. 1826-8. Eldest son of John Car- 
ruthers of Speldhurst. b. 1811. Entered the 2nd Madras 
Cavalry in 1828. Eetired when Lieutenant-Colonel in 1859. 
Afterwards Major-General, d. 1883. 

Carruthers, Frederick Eraser. 1826-32. Second son of John 
Carruthers. b. 1816. Went to some college at Oxford. Called 
to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn. Practised as a Barrister and 
Solicitor at Toronto, in Canada, where he died. 

Fauntleroy (assumed the name of Malcolm), Henry. 1826-8. 
Smythe Exhib. St. John's Coll., Camb. B.A., 1833 

Hunt, Edward. 1826-7. Second son of Anthony Hunt. Formerly 
a merchant at Maidstone, now a merchant in London. 

Hussey, Edward Law. 1826-8. Second son of William Hussey 
(Mayor of Maidstone, 1838). b. 1816. Was afterwards at 
school at Brighton. Admitted a Solicitor in 1838, and practised 
at Maidstone. Afterwards took up Medicine as a profession, 
and became a Fellow of the Eoyal College of Surgeons m 1849. 
Has been successively Surgeon-Accoucheur to the Finsbury 



24* Tonhridge School a.d. 1826. 

Dispensary, Stationary Vaccinator to the National Vaccine 
Establishment, Surgeon to the Eadcliffe Infirmary at Oxford, 
Consulting Surgeon to the Oxford County Lunatic x\sylum, and 
Surgeon-Major to the Oxford Volunteer Corps. Is now Coroner 
of the City of Oxford. Author of " Miscellanea Medico-Chi- 
rurgica "; " On Accidents in the Absence of a Medical Man "; 
and many papers in periodicals. 

Lowndes, George Dawson. 1826-32. Sixth Class, 1831-2. Judd 
Exhib. Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A., 1837. M.A., 1840. 

Philpot, ■Wilham. 1826-37. Son of John Philpot. Sixth Class, 
1834-7. Judd Exhib. St. John's Coll., Camb. After many 
years in New South Wales, returned to England, and resides 
at Linton, near Maidstone. 

Scott, Wilham Light. 1826-33. Son of Benjamin Whinnell 
Scott. Clerk to the Chamberlain of the City of London, d. 1837. 

White, Josiah. 1826-8. Son of Josiah White. Formerly in busi- 
ness in London. 

LADYTIDE, 1827. 

Acton, Edgar. 1827-32. Sixth Class, 1829-32. Smythe Exhib. 
St. John's Coll., Oxford. Went to the Mauritius, and settled 
there. 

Brown, Frederick Boak. 1827-32. Second son of Bartholomew 
Brown. Went to Canada, and farmed there, d. cir. 1873. 

Courtenay, Eeginald. 1827-30. Eldest surviving son of the 
Eight Honourable Thomas Peregrine Courtenay (sometime 
Chancellor of the Exchequer), h. 1813. Head or Sixth Class, 
1828-30. Smythe Exhib. St. Alban Hall, Oxford (afterwards 
of Hertford College). B.A., 1835. M.A., 1838. Hon. D.D., 
1856. In Holy Orders. Consecrated Bishop of Kingston, 
Jamaica, 1856 ; with charge of the Diocese of Jamaica from 
1872 to 1879. Now retired. Eesides in France. 

De Lusignan, George Frederic. 1827-32. Eldest son of the Eev. 
Michael Wilham de Lusignan. Formerly a Schoolmaster. Ee- 
sides in London. 

De Lusignan, Henry Adolphus Fitzroy. 1827-32. Second son of the 
Eev. Michael William de Lusignan. Died, in Austraha, about 
1859. 

Haddan, Charles Whitby. 1827-32. 

Knox, Thomas. 1827-38. Second son of the Eev. Thomas Knox, 
D.D. (Head Master of Tonbridge School, and son and grandson 
of his two predecessors). 5.1819. Sixth Class, 1834-8. Smythe 
Exhib., Tonbridge Scholar, and Fellow of St. John's Coll., 
Oxford. B.A., 1842. M.A., 1844. Ordained 1843, in which 
year he succeeded his father (on the latter's death) in the 
family livings of Eunwell and Eamsden Crays, Essex. J. P. for 
Essex, d. 1872. 



A.D. 1827. Register. 25 

Lawrence, Effingham John. 1827-32. Eldest son of Effingham 
Calvert Lawrence (H.E.LC.S.) h. 1816. Sixth Class, 1829-32. 
Smythe Exhib. Scholar and afterwards Fellow of Trin. Coll., 
Cambridge. A Wrangler in the Math. Trip., and Second Class 
Clas. Trip. B.A., 1839. M.A., 1842. Besides in London. 

Laweence, Harding Charles. 1827-33. Second son of Effingham 
Calvert Lawrence, h. 1818. Died yomig. 

Leathes, Charles Stanger. 1827-32. Son of Thomas Stanger 
Leathes. h. 1817. Said to have died at New York, about 
1842, from an accident by fire. 

MuNDELL, Hugh Innes. 1827-8. Afterwards with a Private Tutor. 
Seventh son of Alexander Mundell. h. 1818. Entered the 
42nd Madras Native Infantry in 1837. Died, in India, in 1839. 

KuxTON, John Henry Hay. 1827-30. Afterwards at Cranbrook 
School. Eldest son of John Euxton. h. 1818. Entered the 4th 
Eoot Eegt., 1837. Eetired as Captain in 1843. A Deputy- 
Lieutenant for Kent. Has been Chief Constable of Kent since 
1857. Besides at Broad Oak, Brenchley. 

Stephens, Charles Viner. 1827-30. Son of Edward Harwell 
Stephens. 

MIDSUMMER, 1827. 

Cook, Charles John Bobert. 1827. Son of Charles John Cook. 

Cook, George William Francis. 1827. Son of Charles John Cook. 
Formerly Vestry-clerk and Solicitor to the Parish of St. Pancras, 
London. Probably died in 1856. 

CouETENAY, Edward. 1827-34. Fifth son of the Bight Honourable 
Thomas Peregrine Courtenay (some time Chancellor of the 
Exchequer), b. 1818. d. 1848. 

CouETENAY, Fraucis. 1827-34. Fourth son of the Bight Honourable 
Thomas Peregrine Courtenay (above), b. 1816. Sixth Class, 
1832-4. Exeter Coll., Oxford. B.A., 1840. M.A., 1841. Or- 
dained, 1841. Curate and afterwards Perpetual Curate of St. 
Sidwell's, Exeter, d. 1850. 

Douglass, Thomas William. 1827-8. Son of John Kearsley 
Douglass. Said to have entered the army. 

GiLLUM, Henry George. 1827. 

Haly, Standish. 1827-32. Youngest son of Major Aylmer Haly. 
b. 1815. Entered the 18th Boyal Irish Begt. in 1834. On the 
voyage to China with his regiment, he died off the Island of 
Junkceylon (Malay Peninsula), in 1841. 

Hammond, William Oxenden. 1827-9. Afterwards at Harrow 
School. Eldest son of Wilham Osmund Hammond, b. 1817. 
Ball. Coll., Oxford. B.A., 1839. M.A., 1866. Formerly in the 
Bifie Brigade, and afterwards in the 17th Lancers. A J. P. 
and D.L. for Kent. Besides at St. Alban's Court, Wingham. 



26 Tonhridge School a.d. 1827. 

Haedinge, Henry. 1827-35. Eldest Son of General Eichard 
Hardinge, E.A. b. 1816. Sixth Class, 1833-5. Ball. Coll., 
Oxford. Entered the Eifle Brigade in 1810. Served in the 
Kaffir War, 1846-7 ; the Insurrection of the Boers and Eelief 
of Boem Plaats, 1818 (wounded) ; the Kaffir War, 1852-3 
(medal) ; the Crimean War, when he took part in the Battles 
of Alma, Inkerman, and the Siege of Sebastopol (mentioned in 
despatches). Medal with three clasps; also Turkish Medal 
and Order of the Medjidie. Lieutenant-Colonel, 1860. Eetired, 
1862. Appointed in 1863 to the Corps of Gentlemen-at-Arms. 
Besides near Basingstoke. 

Harrison, Chapman. 1827-32. Son of John Harrison, b. 1817. 
Was in a merchant's office in London, d. 1844. 

Hughes, Sir Frederick. 1827. Only surviving son of the 
Eev. Eobert Hughes, b. 1816. Succeeded, some years since, 
to a Baronetcy, on the decease of a distant cousin. Besides at 
Dunkeld, Victoria, Australia. 

HuLKES, Henry Stephen. 1827-8. Emigrated to Australia, d. 1884. 

Kekewich, Wilham. 1827-30. Son of George Kekewich. Became 
Clerk to his father (a Puisne Judge at the Cape of Good Hope), 
and subsequently Eesident Magistrate at Clanwilliam in the 
Cape Colony, d. 1851. 

Kekewich, Thomas. 1827-8. Son of George Kekewich (above). 
Died, at school, in 1828. 

Moody, James Leith. 1827-35. Third son of Colonel Thomas 
Moody, b. 1816. Sixth Class, 1833-5. Smythe Exhib. St. 
Mary Hall, Oxford. B.A., 1840. M.A., 1842. Ordamed, 1840. 
Served as a Chaplain of the Eoyal Navy in China, and as 
Chaplain to the Forces at Gibraltar, Malta, the Crimea, &c. 
Afterwards Eector of Virginstowe, Cornw^all, and subsequently 
Vicar of St. John's, Clay Hill, Enfield. Eesigned, 1885. 
Besides at Dulwich. 

Newton, John. 1827-31. Second son of John Newton. After 
leaving school, went to King's College, London. A Notary 
Public in the City of London. Admitted, 1842. 

Pratt, Henry Edward. 1827-33. b. 1815, Second son of the Eev. 
John Pratt. Sixth Class, 1830-3. Judd Exhib. Univ. Coll., 
Oxford. B.A., 1837. M.A., 1841. Ordained, 1840. Vicar of 
Wartling, Sussex. Died by an accident, 1843. 

Eichard s, John. 1827. Son of John Eichards (of Tonbridge). 

Taswell, Charles. 1827-32. Son of George Morris Taswell, J.P. 

b. 1818. d. 1832. 
Waring, Eobert. 1827-31. Son of Thomas Waring, b. 1815. 

Prevented by ill-health from entering any profession, d. 1836. 

Wimble, Francis Springett. 1827-9. Youngest son of John 
Wimble, b. 1814. Chemist. Practised at Maidstone, d. 1875. 



A.D. 1827. Register. 27 

MICHAELMAS, 1B27. 

Nance, James. 1827. Son of the Eev. John Nance, D.D. Entered 
the Medical Profession, and practised at Eccleshall, Stafford- 
shire, d. 1875. 

Ogilvie, WilHam Henry Middleton. 1827-9. Entered the 46th 
Foot, 1841. Was afterwards in the 4th Foot. Eetired in 1840. 

RowsELL, Thomas James. 1827-33. Youngest son of Samuel 
Rowsell. h. 1816. Sixth Class, 1831-3. Judd Exhib. St. 
John's Coll., Camb. B.A., 1838. M.A., 1843. Ordained, 
1839. Has been Perpetual Curate of St. Peter's, Stepney ; 
Select Preacher to Cambridge University in 1861-2-3; Rector of 
St. Christopher-le-Stocks, London ; Vicar of St. Stephen's, 
Paddington, till 1882 ; since 1881 a Canon of Westminster 
Abbey. Chaplain and Deputy-Clerk of the Closet to the 
Queen, and Domestic Chaplain to the late Duke of Sutherland. 
Author of several collections of sermons. 

Smyth, Wilham Norton. 1827-8. Son of the Rev. Thomas Scott 
Smyth, h. 1814. Iver Scholar and Hulme Exhibitioner of 
Brasenose Coll., Oxford. Obtained the University Prize for 
Latin Verse (subject — ** Carthage") during his first year at 
Oxford, d. 1836. 

Streatfeild, Francis Stanier. 1827-31. Seventh son of Henry 
Streatfeild. Formerly of the Bank of England. Has retired, 
and resides at Folkestone. 

Waed, Frederick Oldfield. 1827-32. Son of Stephen Scott Ward. 
Entered the Medical Profession, but did not practise long. 
Afterwards private secretary to Joseph Hume. "A man of 
mark in science and literature," and an authority in questions 
on the Purity of Water Supply and on Sewage. Author of 
"Outlines of Human Osteology," and many scientific papers. 
Died at an early age. 

CHBISTMAS, 1827. 

Abell, Charles Thomas. 1827-30. Son of Thomas Abell (of 
Balham). Died abroad. 

Addison, George. 1827-32. Son of George Addison (of Off ham). 
Probably George Augustus Addison. Sizar of Trin. Coll., 
Camb. B.A., 1838. 

Baker, Henry. 1827-9. Son of Robert Baker. Z^. 1812. Solicitor. 
Practised at Newcastle, New South Wales, where he was Town 
Clerk to the Corporation, d. 1885. 

DuDLOW, Henry Bradley. 1827-9. Son of John Dudlow. b. 1815. 
Obtained a commission in the 4th Foot, but was prevented 
from joining by illness, and died in 1834. 

Hamilton, John Thomas. 1827-30. Son of George Montague 
Hamilton, b. 1816. Went to Russia. 



28 Tonhridge School a.d. 1827. 

Haeris, Alfred Ainge. 1827-32. Son of John Harris (of Seven- 
oaks), h. 1817. 

Newton, Thomas Edward. 1827-35. Son of John Newton, h. 
1819. A Notary Public m the City of London, d. 1875. 

Taylor, John Aird. 1827-34. Son of Wilham Taylor, h. 1815. 
Sixth Class, 1833-4. Judd Exhib. Wore. Coll., Oxford. Pro- 
bably died in 1838. 

Taylor, Skinner. 1827-31. Son of William Taylor. 5.1813. d. 
young. The Christian name " Skinner " indicates that at the 
birth of the person so named his father was Master of the 
Skinners' Company. In such cases it is usual for the Company 
to stand sponsors and the child to be baptised by the name of 
" Skinner." 

Thorpe, Edward Hugh. 1827-30. Son of William Thorpe. Z>. 1813. 
Member of the Royal College of Surgeons. Practised at Bicester, 
Oxfordshire. Probably died in 1859. 

TuRQUAND, Wilham James. 1827-34. Son of William James 
Turquand. h. 1819, Entered the Bombay Civil Service in 
1837. Rose to the position of Collector and Magistrate in 1859. 
d. 1861. 



LADYTIDE, 1828. 

Abercrombie, John. 1828-34. Eldest son of John Abercrombie. 
h. 1817. Sixth Class, 1832-4. Judd Exhib. Scholar of Caius 
Coll., Camb. Rowed in the Cambridge University boat in 1838, 
and played as a substitute in the Cambridge University Cricket 
Eleven, 1839. Sen. Opt. Math. Trip. B.A. 1839. M.A. 1842. 
M.D. 1848. Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians, 1849. 
For many years Physician to the Cheltenham General Hospital 
and to Cheltenham College. 

CoBBE, Charles. 1828-30. Son of Charles Cobbe (of Portsmouth). 

Goldfinch, Henry Robert. 1828-33. Eldest son of Lieutenant- 
General Sir Henry Goldfinch, K.C.B. (Old Tonbridgian). h. 
1817. Sixth Class, 1829-33. Head Boy. Judd Exhib. Trin. 
Coll., Camb. Sen. Opt. Math. Trip. B.A. 1838. Called to 
the Bar (Lincoln's Inn) 1842. Formerly of the Solicitors' 
Department in the Treasury. Has retired, and resides at 
Rotherhurst, near Rotherfield. J. P. for Sussex. 

Harrison, James. 1828-31. Son of Matthew Harrison (of 
Croydon). 

Hutchinson, Charles Henry. 1828-9. Son of Henry Hutchinson. 
h. 1817-8. Entered the Madras Artillery, 1834. Served in the 
suppression of the Indian Mutiny in 1857, including the pursuit 
of the rebels at Patna. Colonel of the Royal Artillery, 1868. 

King, John. 1828-32. Son of John King. h. 1819-20. d. 1832. 



A.D. 1828. Register. 29 

MuNGEAM, Glover. 1828-32. Second son of the Eev. Glover 
Mungeam. Farmer at Luddesdown, Gravesend. d. 1885. 

MuNGEAM, William Martin. 1828-33. Eldest son of the Eev. 
Glover Mungeam. Sixth Class, 1830-33. Smythe Exhib. St. 
John's Coll., Camb. Jun. Opt. Math. Trip. B.A. 1837. 
Ordained, 1837. Has held the Curacies of Minster, Isle of 
Sheppy ; St. Mark's, Whitechapel ; Christ Church, Spitalfields ; 
and the Chaplaincy of South wark Prison. Has been siuce 1848 
Vicar of St. Peter's, Southwark. 

Nash, Thomas. 1828-30. Son of William Nash (of Peckham, 
Surrey) . 

Parsons, Arthur John. 1828-34. Son of George Parsons (of 
Worthing), h. 1818-9. Said to have entered the Koyal or 
Merchant Navy. 

Pratt, Eichard Frederick. 1828-35. Third son of the Eev. John 
Pratt, h. 1817. Sixth Class, 1833-5. Landowner at Sedles- 
comb, Sussex, d. 1874. 

Stacey, Edwin. 1828-33. Son of Capt. Edwin Stacey. b. 1816-7. 
Sixth Class, 1831-3. Called to the Bar, but practised little 
owing to ill-health, d. 1846. 

MIDSUMMEB, 1828. 

De Lusignan. Constantine Adolphus. 1828 — . Third son of Eev. 
Michael Wilham de Lusignan. b. 1819. Trin. Coll., Dublin. 
B.A. 1854. M.A. and ad eundem, Oxford, 1865. Ordained 
1854. Formerly Curate of Frodsham, Cheshire. Afterwards 
Curate and then Vicar of Wyresdale. Since 1878 Vicar of 
Caton, Lancaster. 

Delves, Wilham. 1828-30. Son of the Eev. Wilham Delves (Old 
Tonbridgian) . St. John's Coll., Oxford. 

GiPPS, Henry. 1828-31. Son of George Gipps. b. 1818. d. 1837. 

GoLDiE, John Henry. 1828-30. Son of John Goldie. b. 1817-8. 
Entered the Madras Civil Service in 1839. Eose to the position 
of Civil and Sessions Judge. Eetired, 1865. Eesides at Bath. 

Hannam, Frederick. 1828-9. Son of George Hannam. Died from 
the effects of a fall from a horse in 1835. 

James, Demetrius Wyudham Grevis. 1828-36. Son of Demetrius 
Grevis James. Ch. Ch. Coll., Oxford. Entered the 4th Foot in 
1840. Served in 1844 in the campaign in the South Mahratta 
country, including the storming and capture of the fortress of 
Punella. Served also in the Kaffir War of 1851-2 (Medal), and 
in the Orange Eiver Expedition of 1852-3. Lieutenant-Colonel 
1861. Eetired, 1862. Lord of the Manor of Ightham. J.P. 
for Kent. Eesides in London and at Ightham Court, where the 
family has been settled since the reign of Elizabeth. 

NoAKEs, Simpson. 1828. Son of Thomas Noakes (of London). 



30 Tonbridge School a.d. 1828. 

Pakkinson, William Tufnell. 1828-30. Son of John Parkinson. 

EiCHARDS, George. 1828-31. Sixth and youngest son of the Kev. 
Edward Eichards. b. 1815. Studied the law, but did not 
practise, d. 1854. 

EuxTON, William James Milne. 1828-36. Second son of John 
Euxton. b. 1820. In Holy Orders. Vicar of Horsmonden, 
Brenchley. d. 1886. 

MICHAELMAS, 1828. 

Black, William. 1828-9. Son of Wilham Black (of Tonbridge 
Wells), b. 1818. 

CHRISTMAS, 1828. 

Argles, Frank Atkinson. 1829-32. Second sou of Captain George 
Argles, E.N. b. 1816. Sixth Class, 1830-2. Solicitor in 
London up to 1853, when he retired from business and settled 
in Westmorland, of which County he became a Deputy 
Lieutenant, and a Justice of the Peace, and sometime Sheriff 
and Chairman of Quarter Sessions, d. 1885. 

Carnell, William Alexander. 1828-9. Son of John Carnell (of 
West Peckham). Deceased. 

Chalk, Edward Henry. 1828-34. Son of James Chalk. 

Cooper, Augustus Montague. 1828-30. Son of Eobert Chester 
Cooper, b. 1820. Joined the 52nd Madras Native Infantry in 
1838. Eetired as Captain in 1855. 

Cooper, Theodore Shum. 1828-30. Son of Eobert Chester Cooper. 
b. 1815. 

Crichton, Constantine Talbot. 1828-30. Son of Sir Alexander 
Crichton. b. 1812. Sixth Class, 1828-30. Corpus Christi 
Coll., Camb. B.A. 1834. M.A. 1837. Called to the Bar in 
1838, but did not practise owing to ill-health, d. 1846. 

DowTHWAiTE, John. 1828-9. Son of Wilham Polhill Dowthwaite. 

In business in Maidstone. Afterw^ards farming in Kent. Died 

young. 
Hart, Henry Percival. Second son of Eichard Hart. b. 1814. 

Sixth Class, 1830-1. Of no business or profession. Eesides at 

Lewes. 

Kibble, Thomas. 1828-33. Son of Thomas Kibble. Eesides at 

Tonbridge. 
Moore, John Alldin. 1829-36. Eldest surviving son of Thomas 

Moore, b. 1818. Sixth Class, 1834-6. Judd Exhib., 1836. 

Scholar of St. John's Coll., Cambridge. Math. Tripos, 6th Jun. 

Opt. B.A., 1840. M.A., 1845. Called to the Bar (Inner 

Temple), 1847. A Commissioner of the Lieutenancy of the 

City of London, 1868. Master of the Skinners' Company in 

1855 and 1868. 



A.D. 1829. Register. 31 

Paterson, Henry. 1829-30. Son of John Patersou (of Tonbridge). 

Walker, William. 1829-30. Son of Robert Walker, h. 1814. 
Entered the 69th Foot, 1833. Captain, 1840. Retired 1850. 

Way, John Thomas. 1828-35. Son of William Way. Scientific 
Chemist. Discovered a method of preparing magnesia without 
the use of arsenic. Was on the River Pollution Commission. 
As Analytical Chemist to the Royal Agricultural Society, wrote 
many scientific papers to the journal of that Society, d. 
1882. 

Way, WilHam. 1828-32. Son of WilHam Way. Member of the 
Royal College of Surgeons, 1840. M.D. Lond. Univ., 1843. 
Practised for many years at the Cape of Good Hope. After- 
wards returned to England and practised at Bootle, Lancashire, 
from 1872 to 1878. 

Webster, Edward Bullock. 1829-34. Eldest son of Edward Bullock 
Webster, h. 1816. Sixth Class, 1833-4. SmytheExhib. Wadh. 
Coll., Oxford, B.A., 1838. Ordained 1839. Perpetual Curate of 
**The Hyde," Herts, and afterwards Rector of Bassenthwaite, 
Cumberland, d. 1855. 

LADYTIDE, 1829. 

AsHDOWNE, Joseph. 1829-37. Youngest son of John Ashdowne. 
b. 1820. Clerk in the London and County Bank, Maidstone. 
d. 1842. 

CosNAHAN, John George Herbert. 1829-34. Son of HughCosnahan, 
R.N. b. 1817. Sixth Class, 1832-4. Drowned off Whitstable 
together with W. Taswell (Head-Boy, 1834), in the Midsummer 
Holidays, 1834. 

Fuller, Charles. 1829-32. Son of Charles Fuller (of Brighton). 

Parish, Alfred. 1829-30. Second son of Captain Charles Compton 
Parish, b. 1816. Served in the Fleets of the East India 
Company until the expiration of their Charter, and then for 
many years in Messrs. Greens' East Indiamen ; afterwards for 
22 years a Commander in the Peninsular and Oriental Company's 
Service, retiring in 1884 as their Senior Commander. Hon. 
Lieutenant in the Royal Naval Reserve. On the Wreck 
Commission as a Nautical Assessor. 

Parish, Edward Victor Leopold. 1829-31. Third son of Captain 
Charles Compton Parish, b. 1819. (Godson of the Duke and 
Duchess of Kent, and Prince Leopold, who was afterwards 
King of the Belgians.) Entered the Royal Navy after taking 
high honours at the College at Portsmouth. Served on H.M.S. 
Tyne in the Mediterranean, and died in 1837 of an illness caused 
by exertions in the Pyrenees, where a force from the British 
Squadron was supporting the Spanish Royalists against the 
Car lists. 



32 Tonhridge School a.d. 1829. 

Solly, Thomas. 1829-34. Elder son of Thomas Solly, h. 1816. 
Sixth Class, 1831-4. Judd Exhib. Scholar of Caius Coll., 
Cambridge, but took no degree owing to religious disabilities. 
Author of "A Syllabus of Logic," ''The Will, Human and 
Divine," and other works. For many years Professor of 
English at Berlin University, and Tutor to several members of 
the Prussian Royal Family, d. 1875. 



MIDSUMMER, 1829. 

CoLLETT, Robert Henry. 1829-31. Eldest son of the Rev. Robert 
Collett. h. 1814. Sixth Class, 1830-1. A youth of hterary 
tastes and a poet. d. 1831. 

Collett, William Lloyd. 1829-34. Second son of the Rev. Robert 
Collett. Studied Medicine at St. Bartholomew's Hospital ; then 
went to Queen's Coll., Oxford. Stroke-oar of the College boat. 
B.A., 1842. Ordained, 1843. M.A., 1845. Has held Curacies 
at Gillingham, Dorset ; Lewisham, Kentish Town, and St. 
Stephen's, Hammersmith, of wdiich he has been Vicar since 
1859. Author of Hymns in the " Church Hymnal " and articles 
in the '* Penny Post." 

CouRTENAY, Richard William. 1829-32. Sixth son of the Right 
Hon. Thomas Peregrine Courtenay. h. 1820. Entered the 
Royal Navy in 1833. Senior Lieutenant of H.M.S. Arethusa 
in the Black Sea during the Crimean War. With the Naval 
Brigade in the trenches before Sebastopol. Received the 
Crimean Medal with Clasp, the Turkish Medal, and the 
Turkish Order of the Medjidie. Captain, 1859. Retired Vice- 
Admiral, 1881. Resides in London. 

Daniel, Charles. 1829-31. (Afterwards four years with a Private 
Tutor.) Youngest son of Edw^ard Daniel, h. 1819. A Sohcitor 
at Ramsgate. Retired from business in 1866. 

Forbes, John. 1829-30. Died at school in 1830. 

GiPPS, Walter. 1829-31 (afterwards at Winchester College). 
Youngest son of George Gipps. h. 1820. St. John's Coll., 
Camb. B.A., 1847. Of no business or profession. ^.1885. 

Jeyes, John George. 1829-31. Son of Ferdinand Jeyes. 

Sconce, Robert Knox. 1829-35. Son of Robert Sconce. Sixth 
Class, 1833-5. Head-Boy. Judd and Fisher Exhibs. Brase- 
nose Coll., Oxford. Fourth CI. Lit. Hum. B.A., 1840. 

Taswell, WilHam. 1829-34. Son of George Morris Taswell, J.P. 
Sixth Class, 1831-4. Head Boy. " He was drowmed off 
Whitstable on the 16th of August, 1834, at the moment w^hen 
his efforts to save a younger brother had proved successful. 
With him perished also his friend and school-fellow, John 
Herbert Cosnahan." The above words form part of the inscrip- 
tion on St. Mary Magdalen Church tower, Canterbury. 



A.D. 1829. Register. 33 

MICHAELMAS, 1829. 

FoRMBY, Eichard. 1829-31. Eldest son of Henry Greenalgh 
Formby. h. 1815. Sixth Class, 1830-1. Brasenose Coll., 
Oxford. B.A., 1836. Called to the Bar (Inner Temple), 1852. 
A Member of the Northern Circuit. Resides at Formby, 
Lancashire. 

CEBISTMAS, 1829. 

Irving, Charles 1829-31. Son of WiUiam Irving. Member of 
the Royal College of Surgeons, 1842-59. 

Marchant, Thomas. 1829-34. Eldest son of Thomas Bold Mar- 
chant. Died young. 

Morris, Frederick. 1829-30. Son of Valentine Morris (of London). 

Pattison, Edmund. 1829-30. Son of James Pattison, (formerly 
a Governor of the Bank of England). Entered the 8th Bengal 
Cavalry in 1836. Died at Cawnpore in 1842. 

Pattison, Frederick. 1829-32. Son of James Pattison (above). 

SuART, Alfred. 1829-35. Son of Edward Suart. b. 1817. Sixth 
Class, 1834-35. Judd Exhib. Scholar of Sid. Suss. Coll., 
Camb. B.A. 1840. Ordained 1843. Formerly Curate of 
Bepton, Sussex. Rector of Waldringfield, Suffolk, 1846-62, 
when he retired and resided at Brighton and Tunbridge Wells 
till his death in 1882. 

LADYTIDE, 1830. 

Birch, James Nicholas Francis. 1830-2. Eldest son of Captain 
James Birch. Called to the Bar (Middle Temple), 1844. 

Dyke, George Frederick. 1830-1. Son of Colonel George Hart 
Dyke. Clare Coll., Camb. B.A. 1841. 

Dyke, John Dixon. 1830-2. Son of Colonel George Hart Dyke. 
Corpus Christi Coll., Camb. 

LoTHERiNGTON, Thomas Turner. 1830-5. Son of Thomas Lother- 
ington. Smythe Exhib. St. John's Coll., Camb. Author of a 
volume of Poems. Deceased. 

Webb, William. 1830-2. Son of Richard Webb. Was drowned, 
while still young, in Canada. 

MIDSUMMER, 1830. 

Bampfield, Robert Lewis. 1830-7. Eldest son of Robert Westcott 
Bampfield. Sixth Class, 1835-7. Judd Exhib. Trin. Coll., 
Oxford. B.A. 1842. M.A. 1844. Ordained 1842. Has held 
the Curacies of Menheniot, Fowey, and Mevagissey (all in 
Cornwall), the Curacy of Thorverton in Devon, and the Rectory 
of West Anstey. Now Rector of Bradford, North Devon. 



34 Tonhridge School a.d. 1830. 

Birch, James Alexander. 1830-6. Sou of the Eev. Thomas Birch, 
D.D. Sixth Class, 1831-6. Judd Exhib. St. John's Coll. 
and New Inn Hall, Oxford. B.A. 1811. Took Holy Orders. 
Formerly Curate of Maidenhead and Chaplain to the Cookham 
Union. Afterwards Eector of Middleham, Yorkshire, d. ]866. 

Caeruthees, George Travers Sayer. 1830-2. Third son of John 
Carruthers. Joined the 1st Madras Native Infantry in 1838. 
Served in the second Burmese War, 1852-3 (Medal). In the 
Crimean War commanded a regiment of the Turkish contingent, 
for which service he received a Brevet Majority and the Turkish 
Order of the Medjidie. In 1857 served in the Indian Mutiny 
Campaign, and in 1858 commanded a column of Madras Artil- 
lery and Eifles and Bengal Irregular Cavalry. Eetired 1861. 
d. about 1884. 

GuLLiFEE, Henry Eobert. 1830-1. Son of James Berkeley Gul- 
lifer. Went into the Merchant Navy. Lost at sea on his first 
voyage. 

GuLLiFEE, Walter James. 1830-1. Son of James Berkeley Gullifer. 

GwYN, Hamond Stedman. 1830-6. Second son of Anthony 
Gwyn. Of the Fulton Oswego Company, New York. 

MoREisoN, WiUiam Douglas Eeymond. 1830-5. Only son of Lieut. - 
Colonel Wilham Mansfield Morrison. b. 1818. d. 1836. 
Monument in Speldhurst Church. 

Parker, Thomas. 1830-6. Son of William Parker. A farmer at 
Ivy Hatch, near Tonbridge. 

ScooNES, William Dalton. 1830-8. Eldest son of Wilham Scoones. 
b. 1821. Sixth Class, 1836-8. Judd Exhib. Excelled in 
cricket and swimming. Trin. Coll., Oxford. B.A. 1843. In 
Holy Orders. Successively Curate of Thurloxton, Somerset ; 
Greenford and Twickenham, Middlesex. Since 1856 Vicar 
of Langley Marsh, near Slough, Bucks. Author of ** A Metrical 
Translation of Faust," and of various other translations, &c., 
in " Temple Bar." 

Sharp, Charles William Knight. 1830-5. Son of George Sharp. 
Joined the 52nd Madras Native Infantry in 1839. Captain 
1852. Was in Civil employ when he died in 1857. 

MICHAELMAS, 1830. 

Cox, Homersham. 1830-9. Fourth son of Edward Treslove Cox. 
'b 1821. Sixth Class, 1836-9. Judd Exhib. Scholar of Jesus 
Coll., Camb. Sen. Opt. Math. Trip. B.A., 1844, MA., 1852. 
Cahed to the Bar (Inner Temple), 1851. Appointed in 1871 a 
County Court Judge in Wales ; transferred to the Mid-Kent 
District in 1884. Author of "Ancient Parliamentary Elections " ; 
"Institutions of the English Government"; "A Treatise on 
Differential and Integral Calculus," and other works. 

Cox, Thomas. 1830-1. Son of Edward Treslove Cox. 



A.D. 1831. Register. 35 

Tamplin, Lewis. 1830-2. Third son of Thomas Eoff Tamplin. 
h. 1817. Entered the Navy of the East India Company. Was 
Second Officer when he died in 1850. 

CHRISTMAS, 1830. 

Baker, John Thomas. 1830-6. Son of Eobert Baker, h. 1820. 

Sixth Class, 1835-6. Went to New South Wales as a colonist, 
and became a Justice of the Peace for the Weliingrove District. 
In 1859 entered the business of his brother, Henry Baker 
(Solicitor), at Newcastle, in the same colony, d. 1861. 

Guest, John Henry. 1830-2. Son of Charles Guest. On his 
father's retirement from business in Tonbridge, he went to 
reside with him at St. Albans. 

Jackson, Eobert. 1830-2. Son of Alexander Jackson. 

Tamplin, Charles. 1830-6. Fourth son of Thomas Eoff Tamplin. 
h. 1821. Formerly a leather merchant in London. Afterwards 
went out to Brazil, where he died in 1873. 

Walker, Eobert Scott. 1830-3. Son of Adam Walker. Formerly 
in the Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company's 
service. Afterwards a merchant at Hong Kong. Now residing in 
London. 

WiNTHROP, William. 1830-3. Son of Stephen Winthrop. h. 1814. 
Sixth Class, 1831-3. Wore. Coll., Oxford. B.A., 1837. Died 
suddenly at a London Eailway Station in 1879. 

LADYTIDE, 1831. 

Belcher, Brymer. 1831-7. Son of Alexander Brymer Belcher. 
Sixth Class, 1835-7. Judd Exhib. Wadh. Coll., Oxford. 
4th cl. Lit. Hum. B.A. 1841. M.A. 1846. Ordained 
1843. Has held the Curacies of West Tisted and of St. Peter's, 
Pimlico, London. Vicar of St. Gabriel's, Pimlico, 1853-85. 
For some time a Member of the London School Board. Now 
Eector of Bayham, Sussex. 

Belcher, Frederick Joseph. 1831-7. Son of Alexander Brymer 
Belcher. Sixth Class, 1837. Joined the 66th Foot in 1839, 
and was drowned whilst bathing in 1841. 

Bushnell, WilHam. 1831-6. Eldest son of the Eev. John Bushnell. 
Sixth Class, 1833-6. Head Boy. Univ. Coll., Oxford. B.A. 1840. 
M.A., 1845. Took Holy Orders and succeeded his father in the 
Vicarage of Beenham Valence, near Eeading. d. 1855. 

Davie, George John. 1831-2. Son of Eobert Davie. Eesides in 
London. 

HoRE, James Eraser. 1831-5. Eldest son of James Hore. (This 
family traces its descent to the time of William the Conqueror). 
b. 1817. Sixth Class, 1834-5. Smythe Exhib. Peterhouse, 
D 2 



36 Tonbridge School a.d. 1831. 

Camb. and Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1839. M.A. 1842. Called 
to the Bar (Lincoln's Inn) 1841. After practising for ten years 
in England went to Bombay, where he held at various 
times the posts of Administrator-General, Chief Judge of the 
Court of Small Causes, Fellow of the Bombay University, 
Government Professor of Law, and finally Acting Judge of the 
High Court. Retired in 1866. Resides at Dulwich. 

MIDSUMMEB, 1831. 

Callaway, Thomas. 1831. Son of Thomas Callaway, b. 1822. 
Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, 1844. Fellow, 1847. 
Practised at Southwark and afterwards in Algiers. Died in 
New South Wales in 1869. 

Gilbert, John. 1831-5. Eldest son of John Gilbert, d, 1835. 

Graham, Christopher North. 1831-4. Son of Christopher Graham. 

Formerly a wholesale tea merchant in London. Now retired. 

Resides at Tulse Hill. 

Langford, Frederick. 1831-2. Son of Stephen Langford. Deceased. 

Le Mesurier, John. 1831-4. Younger son of Major-General 
John Le Mesurier. 6.1818. Sixth Class, 1834. Christ Church 
Coll., Oxford. 1st cl. Math, and 3rd cl. Lit. Hum. B.A. 

1841. M.A. 1844. Ordained 1843. Has held the Curacies 
of Messing, Essex ; Bradfield, Berks ; and Broadclyst, 
Devon. Since 1851, Vicar of Bembridge, Isle of Wight. An 
Honorary Canon of Winchester Cathedral, and Rural Dean of 
South-East Medina. 

Le Mesurier, Peter Perchard. 1831-4. Elder son of Major 
General John Le Mesurier. b. 1817. d. 1834. Monument in 
the chancel of Tonbridge Church. 

Monk, William John. 1831-8. Eldest son of Robert Monk (Writing 
and Arithmetic Master at Tonbridge School.) b. 1820. Sixth 
Class, 1837-8. Judd Exhib. St. John's Coll., Camb. B.A. 

1842. M.A. 1847. Ordained 1843. Has held the Curacies of 
St. Alphege, Canterbury, and Chartham, Kent. Since 
1872 Vicar of Dodington, Sittingbourne. 

Morgan, John Robley. 1831-2. (Afterwards at Haileybury College.) 
Second son of Thomas Morgan, b. 1815. Entered the Bombay 
Civil Service in 1835. Rose to the position of Collector and 
Magistrate at Poona ; also Commissioner. Retired 1866. 
Resides in London. 

Morgan, William James. 1831-3. (Afterwards at Haileybury 
College). Third and youngest son of James Morgan, b. 1817. 
Sixth Class, 1833. Entered the Bengal Civil Service in 1836. 
Died in India in 1840. 

Newington, Philip. 1831-2. Son of Charles Newington. Deceased. 

Newington, William. 1831-2. Son of Charles Newington. Deceased. 



A.D. 1831. 



Register. 



37 



Offley, Charles. 1831-8. Son of William Offley. Sixth Class, 

1835-8. Judd Exhib. Univ. Coll., Oxford. Second Class, 

Lit. Hum. B.A. 1843. Died from the effects of a fall from a 
horse about 1850. 

PuRNELL, Anthony Charles. 1831-3. Son of WilHam Purnell. 

Sharp, Alfred William. 1831-5. Son of George Sharp. 

Taswell, George. 1831-9. Son of George Morris Taswell, J. P. 
Sixth Class, 1838-9. Judd Exhib. Brasenose Coll., Oxford. 
B.A. 1843. M.A. 1846. Ordained 1845. Formerly Curate of 
Margate, and afterwards Vicar of Bekesbourne, Hants. Eesigned 
in 1868. Besides near Petersfield, Hants. 



MICHAELMAS, 1831. 

Baines, George Brook. 1831-2. Son of James Baines. Sixth 
Class, 1832. Sizar of Pemb. Coll., Camb. 

DoBBY, Christopher. 1831-4. Son of Thomas Dobby. 

Herries, Edward. 1831-5. Youngest son of the Eight Hon. John 
Charles Herries (formerly Chancellor of the Exchequer). Sixth 
Class, 1835. In the Diplomatic Service. Has been Secretary 
of Legation and Charge d' Affaires at Berne, Brussels, Turin, 
Lisbon, Florence and Eome. Companion of the Bath, 1875. 
Author of " A Memoir of the Public Life of the Eight Hon. 
J. C. Herries," and other writings. Eesides at St. Julian's, 
Sevenoaks. 

MiLLiNGTON, Henry. 1831-2. Son of Henry Millington (of 
London). 

Millington, Thomas. 1831-2. Son of Henry MilHngton (of 
London). 

Parker, Alfred. 1831-2. Son of WilHam Harris Parker. Exeter 
Coll., Oxford. 

CHRISTMAS, 1831. 



Cousins, Stephen. 1831-5. Son of Francis Cousins. Formerly a 
schoolmaster. Afterwards retired, and resided at Upper Nor- 
wood, d. 1885. 

Dalison, John Beauvoir. 1831-40. Second son of Maximilian 
Dudley Diggs DaHson. h. 1822. Sixth Class, 1839-40. Judd 
Exhib. Merton Coll., Oxford. B.A. 1844. M.A. 1849. 
Ordained 1845. Has held Curacies at Maresfield, Nutley, 
Pembury, and Tudely-with-Capel ; also the Eectory of Manton, 
Lincolnshire. Since 1870, Eector of St. Peter's with Holy 
Trinity, Upwell, Norfolk and Isle of Ely. 

Davies, Joseph Clough. 1831-3. Son of Joseph Davies. Died 
of consumption at the age of 19. 



38 Tonhridge School a.d. 1831. 

DowTHWAiTE, Eobert. 1831-7. Son of William Polliill Dow- 
thwaite. Died young. 

Knox, Holies. 1831-41. Third son of the Eev. Thomas Knox, 
D.D. (Headmaster of Tonbridge School, and son and grandson 
of his two predecessors.) For some time in the Custom House, 
London. Then a wine merchant. x\fterwards emigrated to 
Tasmania, and died at Norfolk in that colony in 1885. 

LADYTIDE, 1832. 

Aemstkong, Robert. 1832. Son of William Armstrong. Sixth 
Class, 1832. Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons, 1814. 
Practised at Plymouth. Probably died in 1858. 

DoBBY, Thomas. 1832-4. Son of Thomas Dobby. 

SwANSBOROUGH, William. 1832-7. Son of William Swansborough. 
b. 1823. Succeeded to his father's business as a leather-cutter 
in Tonbridge. d. 1861. 

Tamplin, George Frederick. 1832-42. Fifth son of Thomas Roff 
Tamplin. b. 1823. Sixth Class, 1839-42, Head Boy. Judd 
Exhib. St. John's Coll., Oxford. 3rd cl. Lit. Hum. B.A. 
1847. M.A. 1849. Ordained 1847. Has held Curacies at 
Greenstead Green, Kent ; and Wickham Bishops and Purleigh, 
Essex. Since 1876 Vicar of New^port, Essex. 

West, Frederick George. 1832-8. Fourth son of Captain James 
Eldridge West. Sixth Class, 1835-8. A Private Gentleman. 
Farmed land near Tonbridge. Author of several small volumes 
and pamphlets. Now living near London. 

MICHAELMAS, 1832. 

Bailey, Thomas Farmer. 1832-40. Son of Thomas Farmer Bailey. 
b. 1822. Sixth Class, 1838-40. Was Lord of the Manor of 
Leigh Hollanden. J. P. for Kent. High Sheriff of Kent in 
1866. Captain of the Royal Kent Artillery. F.R.H.S., F.Z.S. 
d. 1876. 

Bond, Francis Andrew. 1832-3. Son of Joseph Bond (of London), 
Brown, Henry Osmond. 1832- . Eldest son of Peter Brown. 
Member of the Royal College of Surgeons. Practises at 
Knighton, Radnorshire. 
Carruthers, Arthur St. John. 1832 (afterwards with a Private 
Tutor in Hampshire). Fourth son of John Carruthers (of 
Speldhurst). b. 1821. Solicitor at the High Court of Justice 
at Calcutta, and President of the Attorneys' Association at 
Calcutta, w^here he resides. 

KoE, Robert Louis. 1832-4. Son of John Herbert Koe, Q.C. 
Christ's Coll., Camb. B.A. 1843. M.A. 1846. Ordained 1844. 
Inspector of Schools for the Brighton District. Resides at 
Brighton. 



A.D. 1833. Register. 39 

Lloyd, Herbert. 1832-7. Youngest son of John William Lloyd. 
Entered the 21st Madras Native Infantry in 1840. Captain 
1850. Afterwards in Civil employ. Died on the homeward 
voyage in 1859. 

Owen, Charles Henry. 1832-6. Second son of Henry Owen. St. 
Edmund Hall, Oxford. B.A. 1849. M.A. 1852. Has held 
Curacies at Wirksworth, Hale Magna, and Kexby, Yorkshire. 
Since 1865 Perpetual Curate of Alderwasley, Wirksworth. 

Owen, Edward Henry. 1832-6. Third son of Henry Owen. Jesus 
Coll., Camb. B.A. 1854. M.A. ]871. Ordained 1855. Has 
held the Curacies of Penwortham, Lancashire, and Eippingale, 
Lincolnshire, and the Licumbency of St. John's, Forres. Vice- 
Principal and House-Master of Leamington College, 1874-85. 
Now Eector of Birdingbury, Warwickshire. 

Owen, Henry Fountain. 1832-4. Eldest son of Henry Owen. A 
merchant at Sydney, New South Wales. 

Peacocke, Eliot Tottenham. 1832-3. Son of Stephen Peacocke. 
Joined the 1st Bombay Native Infantry in 1837. Captain 1847. 
d. 1854. 

EoBEKTS, Samuel Edward. 1832-6. Son of Samuel Edward Roberts, 
(of London). 

Solly, Benjamin Travers. 1832. Son of Thomas Solly. Under- 
Secretary of the Colony of Tasmania. 

Watson, Charles. 1832-6. Son of James Eyre Watson. Sixth 
Class, 1833-6. Died young. 

CHBISTMAS, 1832. 

Calthrop, Gordon. 1832-5. Eldest son of Gordon Calthrop. b. 
1823 Scholar of Trin. Coll., Camb. 1st cl. Class. Trip. 
B.A. 1847. M.A. 1852. Ordained 1851. Some time Chaplain 
of Trin. Coll., Camb., and twice Select Preacher to the Uni- 
versity of Cambridge. Formerly Perpetual Curate of Holy 
Trinity, Cheltenham. Since 1864 Vicar of St Augustine's, 
Highbury New Park, London. Author of " The Brazen Ser- 
pent " (sermons preached before the University of Cambridge) ; 
and other volumes of sermons, lectures, and addresses. 

Calthrop, Thomas Downie. 1832-5. Second son of Gordon Cal- 
throp. b. 1824. A permanent invalid. 

Way, Edward. 1832-8. Son of Wilham Way. 

Worthington, George. 1832-40. Third and youngest son of 
Charles Worthington. Sixth Class, 1837-40. Judd Exhib. 
St. John's Coll., Oxford. B.A. 1844. Of no profession, in 
consequence of ill-health. 

LADYTIDE, 1833. 

Ambler, Augustus. 1833-5. Son of Robert Ambler. 



40 Tonhridge School A.D. 1833. 

Baecham, Thomas. 1833-5 (afterwards with a Private Tutor at 
Sutton Valence). Eldest son of Asher Barcham. b. 1820. 
For some years Sub-editor and Eeporter to the Maidstone 
Journal. From 1846 to 1878 a Bookseller and Printer at 
Eeading. Since his retirement from business has resided at 
Beading. Has given great and valuable assistance in preparing 
this book. 

Farmer, Eichard Wingate. 1833. Son of Eobert Farmer. 

Gilbert, Bramston Carthew. 1833-8. Son of John Gilbert. For- 
merly in the English Civil Service at Somerset House. 

ScooNES, Francis. 1833. Second son of William Scoones. For- 
merly a Solicitor at Tonbridge. cl. 1859. 

Slegg, John French. 1833-4. Son of Eichard Slegg. Exhibitioner 
of Queen's Coll., Oxford. 1st cl. Lit. Hum. B.A. 1844. 
Called to the Bar. 

MIDSUMMER, 1833. 

BuNCE, John Bowes. 1833-4. Son of the Eev. John Bowes Bunce. 
St. John's Coll., Camb. B.A. 1841. Took Holy Orders. Held 
the Curacies of Bridekirk and of Cliburn, in Cumberland. 
Afterwards served, as a Chaplain of the Eoyal Navy, in H.M.Ss. 
Endymion, Vengeance, Phaethon, and Conway. Died about 
1857. 

Power, Frederick. 1833-7. Son of Tyrone Power (the celebrated 
Actor). Besides at Frank's Hall, Farningham. 

Power, Maurice. 1833-7. Son of Tyrone Power. Called to the 
Bar (Lincoln's Inn). Died of cholera in 1848. 

Power, William James Tyrone. 1833-6. Son of Tyrone Power. 
Entered the Commissariat Department of the Army. Served 
in Amoy and Chusan ; in New Zealand, 1846-7 ; the Kaffir 
War, 1851-3 (Medal); the Crimean War, 1854-5, including 
the Battles of the Alma and Inkerman, the Siege of Sebastopol 
and the taking of Kinburn (Medal with three clasps, Turkish 
Medal, and Order of the Medjidie). Present at the attack on 
Canton, 1857-8 (Medal). A Knight-Commander of the Bath, 
and Commissary-General-in-Chief of the Army. J. P. for co. 
Monaghan. High Sheriff, 1874. Author of " Sketches in New 
Zealand" and " Three Years' Eesidence in China." Besides at 
Annaghmakerrig, Monaghan, and in London. 

Slegg, Eichard. 1833-4. Son of Eichard Slegg. 

CHRISTMAS TERM, 1833.- 

Calthrop, Eobert Gordon. 1833-5. (Has assumed the name of 
Collingwood in place of Calthrop). Son of Gordon Calthrop. 

* About this time the division of the year into Quarters seems to have given place 
to the division into Terms. 



A.D. 1834. Register. 41 

Wore. Coll., Oxford. B.A. 1851. M.A. 1854. Ordained 1851. 
Has held Curacies at Newburn and Stamfordham in Northum- 
berland, and at Leeds ; also the Vicarages of Irton and Drigg 
in Cumberland. Eetired in 1882. 

Green, Augustus William. 1833-41. Son of George Green. Sixth 
Class, 1839-41. Smythe Exhib. Also Exhibitioner of Trin. 
Coll., Oxford. B.A. 1845. M.A. 1851. Besides at Hadlow. 

Knox, Arthur. 1833-43. Fourth and youngest son of the Eev. Thomas 
Knox, D.D. (Head-Master of Tonbridge School, and son and 
grandson of his two predecessors). Sixth Class, 1841-3. Ton- 
bridge Scholar of St. John's Coll., Oxford. Afterwards at St. 
Mary Hall. B.A. 1850. d. about 1869. 

Watson, George Wilham. 1833-9. Son of James Eyre Watson. 
Sixth Class, 1836-9. Head-Boy. Judd Exhib. Postmaster of 
Mert. Coll., Oxford. 1st cl. Lit. Hum. B.A. 1843. M.A., 
1846. Ordained 1848. Perpetual Curate of Milford, Godalming, 
Surrey d. 1859. 

Were, Wilham. 1833-7. Son of WilHam Were. Afterwards at 
the City of London School. 

Willis, George. 1833-7. Son of George WilHs (of Heme 
Hill). 

EASTEB TERM, 1834. 

Bampfield, John William Lewis. 1834-40. Second son of Eobert 
Westcott Bampfield. Sixth Class, 1837-40. Head Boy. Judd 
Exhib. Also Exhib. of Trin. Coll., Oxford. Hon. 4th cl. Lit. 
Hum. B.A. 1844. M.A. 1847. Ordained 1846. Formerly an 
Assistant- Master at Uppingham School. Subsequently a Eoyal 
Naval Chaplain on several of Her Majesty's ships ; also at the 
Eoyal Naval Hospital, Malta, and the Eoyal Dockyards at 
Chatham, Devonport, and Malta. Eetired 1881. 

Hassard, Fairfax Charles. 1834. Fourth son of John Hassard. 
b. 1822. Afterwards at a Private School, and at the Eoyal 
Military Academy, Woolwich. Joined the Eoyal Engineers, 
1840. Served in the Crimean War, at the Siege and Fall of 
Sebastopol ; also in the Expeditions to Kertch and Yenikale. 
Mentioned in despatches. (Medal with clasp, and Sardinian 
and Turkish Medals and Order of Medjidie). Served also as 
Colonel in South Africa from 1877 to 1881, including the 
Transkei and Zulu Campaigns. Mentioned four times in 
despatches. Medal and C.B. Had the custody of Cetewayo 
when a State prisoner at Cape Town. 

Kemble, Matthew Francis. 1834. Son of Matthew Kemble. Joined 
the 41st Bengal Native Infantry, 1843. Captain, 1850. 

Tamplin, Edward Cowper. 1834-40. Son of Thomas Eoff Tamplin. 
Pharmaceutical Chemist at Elingston, Surrey. 



42 Tonhridge School a.d. 1834. 

White, Thomas Jennings. 1834-41. Son of Thomas White. Sixth 
Class, 1838-41. Head Boy. Judd Exhib. Scholar of Caius 
Coll., Camb. B.A. 1845. Called to the Bar, 1849. Afterwards 
became a Solicitor. Now Solicitor to the Ecclesiastical Com- 
missioners. Besides at Hampstead and St. Albans. 

White, WilHam English. 1834-8. Son of Thomas White. Besides 
at Dulwich. 

SUMMER TEBM, 1834. 

Emeeson, Wharton Thomas. 1834-8. Son of Alexander Lyon 
Emerson. 

Emeeson, WilHam Henry. 1834-8. Son of Alexander Lyon Emer- 
son. Joined the 10th Begt., 1842 ; afterwards in the Cape 
Mounted Bifles ; then in the 63rd Begt. Served in the cam- 
paign on the Sutlej in 1846, and acted as aide-de-camp to 
Brigadier Stacey at the battle of Sobraon (Medal). Betired 
1853. 

Holt, WilHam. 1834-8. Son of Thomas Littleton Holt. Smythe 
Exhib. Merton CoU., Oxford. B.A. 1843. 

CHBISTMAS TEBM, 1834. 

Baeton, Humphrey Conwell. 1834-40. Third son of Captain 
Bobert John Barton. Besides at Shoyswell Manor, Etching- 
ham. 

Baeton, Bichard Arnot. 1834-8. Second son of Captain Bobert 
John Barton, b. 1821. d. 1838. 

Baeton, Bobert Gilbee. 1834-9. Eldest son of Captain Bobert 
John Barton. Corpus Christi CoH., Camb. B.A. 1845. Took 
Holy Orders. Formerly Curate of Ore, Hastings. Bector of 
Etchingham from 1858 to 1875, when he retired and lived at 
Eastbourne till his death in 1882. 

Hodgson, William. 1834-7. (Afterwards at Haileybury College). 
Sixth Class, 1837. Sanskrit Prizeman. Third son of Major- 
General Christopher Hodgson, b. 1821. Entered the Madras 
Civil Service, 1840. Betired, 1874, when he held the post of 
District and Sessions Judge of South Arcot. Besides at Upper 
Norwood. 

Ledgee, Arthur. 1834-7. Son of George Ledger. 

Magnat, Alfred John. 1834-5. Son of Christopher Magnay. 
Joined the 40th Foot, and died in India in 1838. 

Newton, Alfred. 1834-5. Son of John Newton. St. John's Coll., 
Camb. B.A. 1846. M.A. 1856. Ordained 1848. Held the 
Curacies of Hove, Bickmansworth and Bedmarley. Vicar of 
Preston, Herefordshire, from 1863 till his death in 1884. 

Peel, Edmund. 1834. Eldest son of Edmund Peel. b. 1822. 



A.D. 1835. Register. 43 

Peel, Joseph. 1834. Second son of Edmund Peel. b. 1823. 

Joined the 37th Bengal Native Infantry in 1841 ; afterwards 

second in command of the First Regiment of the Sikh Corps. 

Died of wounds received in the battle of JuUundhur in the Sikh 

War in 1849. 
Toller, Edw^ard William. 1834. (Afterwards at Winchester 

College). Son of Edward Toller. Proctor in Doctor's Commons. 

Died about 1875. 

SUMMER TEBM, 1835. 

De Lusignan, Edwin Andronicus, 1835-40. Fourth son of the 
Rev. Michael William de Lusignan. Has not been heard of 
for many years. 

Diamond, John Ross. 1835-6. Son of William Batchelor Diamond. 
Mem. Roy. Coll. Surg., 1852. M.D., St. Andrew's Univ., 
1853. Practised at Eastcote, Middlesex. Retired a few years 
ago. 

Newton, Charles Henry. 1835-8. Son of Charles Henry Newton. 

RuxTON, Augustus Alexander. 1835-6. Fifth son of John Ruxton. 
b. 1825. Entered the 7th Foot, 1843. Retired, 1850. Resides 
in London. 

Ruxton, Charles Dashwood. 1834. Fourth son of John Ruxton. 
b. 1823. d. 1851. 

Ruxton, George Augustus Frederick. 1835. Third son of John 
Ruxton. b. 1821. Served in the Civil W^ars in Spain, and 
received from Queen Isabella the Order of St. Fernando. Joined 
the 89th Foot, 1839. Retired 1843. Offered to the Government 
to search for Sir John Franklin in the very spot where his 
remains were eventually found. Travelled in the Far West of 
North America wdth a single companion. Died at St. Louis on 
the Mississippi in 1848 from an injury to the spine caused by a 
fall from a mule during his travels. Author of " Life in the 
Far West," and ''Adventures in Mexico." 

Wadmoee, Henry Robinson. 1835-42. Son of James Wadmore. 
Sixth Class, 1840-2. Judd Exhib. Pemb. Coll., Oxford. Hon. 
4th cl. Lit. Hum. B.A. 1846. M.A. 1849. Ordained, 
1847. Formerly Curate of St. Barnabas, King's Square, 
London. Since 1865 Vicar of All Souls', Hampstead. Author 
of " Poems by a Country Curate." 

Wadmore, James Foster. 1835-41. Son of James Wadmore. b. 
1822. Obtained the medal of the Royal Society of British 
Architects in 1846. Became an architect. Designed and 
superintended the erection of Tonbridge School Chapel, and 
various churches and other buildings. Author of several papers 
published by the London and Middlesex Archaeological Society. 
A governor of the School. Master of the Skinners' Company, 
1857-8. Resides at Tonbridge. 



44 Tonhridge School a.d. 1835. 

CHBISTMAS TEEM, 1835. 

CoLLETT, Henry Gerard. 1835-40. Third son of the Eev. Eobert 
Collett. h'. 1823. Sixth Class, 1839-40. Studied Medicine at 
the Westminster Hospital, but died at Torquay before entering 
the Profession. 

GoTT, Augustus Gant. 1835-9. Second son of William Augustus 
Gott. h. 1823. Went to Canada in 1843, and farmed there till 
1860, when he returned to England, and died in 1863. 

Gott, William Charles. 1835-7. Eldest son of William Augustus 
Gott. 6.1821. Entered the Bengallnfantry in 1842. Served 
in the Gwalior campaign of 1843-4, and was present at the 
battle of Maharajpore (Bronze Star). Served also through the 
Punjaub campaign of 1848-9, and was present at the passage of 
the Cheuab and the actions of Sadoolapore and Chillianwallah 
(twice wounded). Medal with two clasps. Served also in the 
Sonthal campaign, 1855-6. Major-General. At present in 
India. 

GowAN, William. 1835-7. Fourth son of Philip Gowan. h. 1822. 
Descended on the mother's side from a very ancient Huguenot 
family. Admitted as a Solicitor in England, but went to 
America and settled in Wisconsin, where he died some years ago. 

Palmee, Felix. 1835-40. Son of Philip Palmer. Sixth Class, 
1838-40. Smythe Exhib. Scholar of Brasenose Coll., Oxford. 
B.A. 1844. M.A. 1847. In Holy Orders. Held the Curacies 
of Willingale and Fryerning, Essex ; also the Curacy in charge 
of Loughton and of Chipping Barnet. Deceased. 

Willis, Charles. 1836-7. Son of George WilHs. 
EASTEB TEEM, 1836. 

DowTHWAiTE, WilHam. 1836. Son of William Polhill Dowthwaite. 
Died young. 

Palmer, John Linton. 1836. Son of Charles Palmer. 

Sandilands, Percival Eichard Eenorden. 1836-44. Eldest son of 
the Eev. George Percival Sandilands. b. 1826. Sixth Class, 
1B40-4. Head Boy, 1843-4. Judd. Exhib. Scholar and 
Eustat Exhibitioner of Jesus Coll., Camb. B.A. 1848. M.A. 
1851. Ordained 1849. Formerly Second Master of Crewkerne 
Grammar School. For ten years an Assistant-Master at 
Cheltenham College. Formerly Curate of Chaffcombe and then 
of Seavington St. Mary, in Somersetshire. Also Vicar of 
Denford-with-Eingstead, Northamptonshire. Now Vicar of 
Chudleigh Knighton, South Devon. 

SUMMEE TEEM, 1836. 

Bampfield, George Frederick Lewis. 1836-45. Third son of Eobert 
Westcott Bampfield. Sixth Class, 1841-5. Head Boy. Judd 



A.D. 1836. Register. 45 

Exhib. Scholar of Line. Coll., Oxford. 1st cl. Lit. Hum. 
B.A. 1849. Formerly one of the first Masters and a Fellow of 
St. Nicholas College, Lancing. Now a Priest of St. Andrew's 
Church, Barnet. 
BusHNELL, Thomas Hext. 1836-41. Second son of the Eev. 
John Bushnell. Sixth Class, 1838-41. Judd Exhib. Pemb. 
Coll., Oxford. 3rd cl. Lit. Hum. B.A. 1846. M.A. 1851. 
Ordained 1848. Formerly Curate of Langley, Kent ; after- 
wards Domestic Chaplain to the Earl of Eomney. In 1855 
succeeded his brother (who was preceded by their father) in the 
Vicarage of Beenham Valence, near Beading. 

Langford, William. 1836. Son of Stephen Langford. 

Sandilands, Arthur Wellington. 1836-44. Second son of the 
Eev. George Percival Sandilands. h. 1828. Sixth Class. Was 
a Superintendent of Mines in Brazil. Died of fever at Panama 
in 1851. 

Scott, Eobert James. 1836-8. Son of Henry Alexander Scott. 
Entered the Bengal Civil Service in 1841. Eose to the position 
of Civil and Sessions Judge at Patna in 1860. Died in England 
in 1864. 

CHRISTMAS TEEM, 1836. 

Alexander, WilHam. 1836-41. Son of the Eev. Eobert Alexander. 
b. 1822. Sixth Class, 1833-41. Judd Exhib. Exeter Coll., 
Oxford. Theological Prize Essay, 1850. Brasenose Coll., 
Oxford. Hon. 4th cl. Lit. Hum. B.A. 1854. M.A. 1856. 
Sacred Prize Poem, 1860. Ordained 1847. Formerly Eector 
of Termonamongam ; also of Camus Juxta Mourne ; Dean of 
Emly ; Select Preacher at Oxford, Cambridge, and Dublin ; 
Bampton Lecturer at Oxford. In 1867 was consecrated Lord 
Bishop of Derry and Eaphoe. Author of ** Leading Ideas of the 
Gospels"; ** The Witness of the Psalms to Christ and Christi- 
anity"; "Commentaries on the Epistles to the Colossians, 
Thessalonians, and Philemon ; and to the Epistles of St. John " 
in the Speaker s Commentaries. 

Brown, Arthur Thomas. 1836-47. Elder son of the Eev. Thomas 
Brown (Second Master of Tonbridge School). Sixth Class, 
1844-7. Judd Exhib. St. John's Coll., Oxford. B.A. 1851. 
Ordained 1854. Has held the Curacies of St. Edmund's, North- 
ampton, and Christ Church, Croydon. Since 1867 Vicar of 
Selhurst, South Norwood. 

Larking, Henry. 1836- . Son of Henry Larking. 

ScooNES, Philip. 1836-40. Third son of William Scoones. For- 
merly of the London Assurance Corporation. 

Stedman, Eobert Savignac. 1836-40. Eldest son of Eobert 
Stedman. Mem. Eoy. Coll. Surg., 1848. Practised at Sharn- 
brook, Bedfordshire. Died about 1875. 



46 Tonhridge School a.d. 1836. 

Taswell, Edward. 1836. Second surviving son of George Morris 
Taswell. h. 1826. Joined the Eoyal Artillery, 1845. Served 
in the Crimean War, including the Battle of Inkerman and 
Siege of Sebastopol. Medal with two clasps, and Turkish 
Medal. Lieutenant-Colonel, 1868. Eetired, 1870, with hono- 
rary rank of Colonel. Besides in London. 

Walker, Douglas. 1836-40. Third son of the Eev. Henry Walker. 
Entered the Eoyal Navy. Post-captain Eetired. 

Walker, Edward Henry. 1836-40. Fourth son of the Eev. Henry 
Walker. Settled at Newcastle, Natal, South Africa. 

Willis, Charles Frederick. 1836-44. Second son of Charles WilHs 
(of Cranbrook). h. 1827. Sixth Class, 1842-4. Judd Exhib. 
Brasenose Coll., Oxford. Subsequently Scholar and Fellow of 
Corpus Christi Coll. 2nd cl. Lit. Hum. B.A. 1849. M.A. 
1851. Ordained 1853. Has held the Curacies of Aldbourne, 
Wilts ; and the Eectories of Letcombe Bassett, Berks, 1857-76 ; 
Church Brampton, Northamptonshire, 1876-9; and (since 
1879) of Bassingham, Lincolnshire. 

Willis, WiUiam Macbean. 1836-43. Eldest son of Charles WilHs 
(of Cranbrook). h. 1826. Sixth Class, 1841-3. Judd Exhib. 
Hulme Exhibitioner of Brasenose Coll., Oxford. 3rd cl. Math, 
and 4th cl. Lit. Hum. B.A. 1847. M.A. 1853. Ordained 1851. 
Was Curate of Hythe, and subsequently of Horsmonden, Kent. 
Killed in a railway accident, 1854. 

EASTEB TERM, 1837. 

Brown, Alfred. 1837-43. Second son of Peter Brown, M.E.C.S.E. 
b. 1825. Sixth Class, 1842-3. Senior and Junior Medallist in 
Anatomy and Physiology, and winner of several other prizes 
between 1845 and 1847 at St. George's School of Medicine, 
London ; Demonstrator of Anatomy for two years. M.E.C.S.E. 
and L.S.A. Practised at Wandsworth from 1850 to 1880. 
Besides at Montpellier, Cross in Hand, Hawkhurst. 

SUMMER TERM, 1837. 

Barton Alfred Bowyer. 1837-9. Son of Captain Bobert John 
Barton. Fell. E. Coll. Surg., 1865. M.D. Univ. St. Andrews, 
1866. Of South Kensington, and Myskyns, Ticehurst. 

Peel, Bobert. 1837-8. Fourth son of Edmund Peel. h. 1828. 
Joined the 13th Foot, 1846. Served in the Crimean Campaign 
at the Battle of Tchernaya, and the Siege and Fall of Sebas- 
topol (Medal with clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served also in 
the Indian Mutiny Campaign, 1858. Commanded the Bear- 
guard in the retreat from Jugdespore, and was present at the 
actions of Bootwall and Tulsepore (Medal). Eetired 1867. 

Peel, WilHam. 1837-8. Third son of Edmund Peel. h. 1828. 
In the Commissariat Department of the Army from 1837 to 
1878. Eetired as Deputy- Assistant Commissary-General. 



A.D. 1838. Register. 47 

Peeston, Eichard Christopher. 1837-8. Son of Christopher Eichard 
Preston. 

CHRISTMAS TERM, 1837. 

Eagles, Henry Frederick. 1837. Son of WilHam Barnefather 
Eagles. M.E.C.S.E. 

Eagles, WilHam Barnefather. 1837. Son of William Barnefather 
Eagles. M.E.C.S.E. 

Gregg, Francis. 1837-41. Son of Francis Gregg (some time 
Master of the Skinners' Company). Went to America, and 
died there. 

Money, Frederick John. 1837-8. Son of Frederick Money. Mem. 
Eoy. Coll. Sm^g., 1851. Practises at Brighton. 

Paeis, Matthew. 1837-43. Son of John Ayrton Paris, M.D. 
Sixth Class, 1842-3. 

EASTER TERM, 1838. 

Lambaet, Hon. Oliver George. 1838-9. Younger son of Viscount 
Kilcoursie. h. 1822. Joined the 12th Foot, 1840. Eetired 
1843. Hon. Lieutenant-Colonel, 3rd Battalion, Hampshire 
Eegiment. 

WiNTON, Frederick Charles. 1838. Son of Frederick Winton. 

SUMMER TERM, 1838. 

Barton, John, 1838-9. Second son of William Barton, h. 1828. 
After leaving Tonbridge, was at school at Bromley for six 
years. A wine merchant. 

Brown, Augustus. 1838-44. Fourth son of Peter Brown, 
M.E.C.S.E. h, 1829. Mem. Eoy. Coll. Surg, and M.D. 
Practises at Sidcup, Kent. 

Brown, Herbert. 1838-43. Third son of Peter Brown, M.E.C.S.E. 
h. 1827. Mem. Eoy. Coll. Surg. Went to Australia, where he 
died in 1860. 

IsARD, James Chapman. 1838-40. Eldest son of the Eev. James 
Isard. h. 1826. St. John's Coll.. Camb. B.A. 1850. M.A. 
1854. Ordained 1851. Held the Curacies of Christ Church, 
Salford ; Bath Abbey Church ; the Perpetual Curacy of Brother- 
toft, Lines.; and the Curacy in Charge of St. James' Old Church, 
Dover. Eetired in 1879, and resided at Dover till his death in 
1886. 

Sandilands, Edwin WilHam PhilHpps. 1838-48. Youngest son of 
the Eev. George Percival Sandilands. h. 1829. Sixth Class, 
1845-8. Smythe Exhib. Tonbridge Scholar and Fellow of St. 
John's CoH., Oxford. d. 1865. 



48 Tonhridge School a.d. 1838. 

CHRISTMAS TEBM, 1838. 

Babton, Edwin. 1838-9. Son of Captain Eobert John Barton. 
Christ Coll., Camb. Ll.B. 1863. Ordained 1853. Has held 
Curacies at Stoke Prior, Ledbury, Cowarne, Fownhopel, Ross 
and Leinthall-Starkes. Since 1871, Vicar of Wigmore, Here- 
fordshire. 

Baeton, Walter. 1838-9. Son of Captain Eobert John Barton. 
Deceased. 

HussEY, George Law. 1838-9. Fifth son of William Hussey. b. 
1826. Afterwards for a short time at the College of Civil 
Engineers at Putney, but his health failed and he died in 1842. 

Walker, Hopson Pinckney. 1838-40. (Afterwards at Bedford 
Grammar School, and King's College, London). Fifth son of 
the Rev. Henry Walker, b. 1830. Ll.B. Lond. Univ., 1850. 
Jesus Coll., Camb. Wrangler Math. Trip., 1853. B.A. 1856. 
Called to the Bar (Middle Temple) 1855. Equity Draftsman 
and Conveyancer. Called to the Bar of British Columbia, 1860, 
and practised there till 1870. Then went to Australia, and was 
called to the Bar of Victoria, 1871, and New South Wales, 
1877. Practised at Melbourne till 1884, when he was appointed 
Chief Clerk of the Supreme Court of Victoria. 

Ward, Wilham. 1838-43. Son of Thomas Ward. Went to 
Australia. Has not been heard of for some years. Supposed 



to be dead. 



EASTEB TEBM, 1839. 



Davies, Owen. 1839-40. Son of Owen Davies. Joined the 11th 
Foot, 1850. d. 1858. 

HoLLiNGS, George. 1839-43. Son of George Holliugs. Admitted 
a Sohcitor, 1849. Practised at Gray's Inn, London, d. 1866. 

Meade, Wakefield Suft. 1839. Only son of Robert Meade, b. 1827. 
Clare Coll., Camb. B.A. 1852. M.A. 1857. Ordained 1853. 
Held the Curacy of Tarporley, Cheshire. Afterwards a Colonial 
Chaplain, and Incumbent of St. John's Church, Albany, West 
Australia. Since his return to England has held the Vicarages 
of x\skengarth Dale, Yorkshire ; Whiston, Lincolnshire ; 
Frosterley, Durham ; and at present the Rectory of Loddington, 
N orthamptonshir e . 

Selby, John Vinall. 1839—. Son of John Selby. 

SUMMEB TEBM, 1839. 

Buttanshaw, John. 1839-47. Only son of John Buttanshaw. 
b. 1829. Sixth Class, 1844-7. Judd Exhib. Scholar and 
afterwards Fellow of Corpus Christi Coll., Oxford. 2nd 
Class Math., 3rd cl. Lit. Hum. B.A. 1851. M.A. 1854. 
Ordained 1854. Held the Curacies of Eastry, Kent ; Corn 



A.D. 1840. Register. 49 

Street Chapel, Bath ; the Eectory of Coombe Hay, and the 

Afternoon Lectureship at St. Andrew's, Bath. Resides at 

Bath. 
Cox, Alfred Treslove. 1839-42. Son of Edward Treslove Cox. 
Gatliff, Samuel. 1839-46. Second son of Samuel Gatliff. Sixth 

-Form, 1844-6. Judd Exhib. Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1851. 

cl. 1854. 
Gatliff, WilHam Goodman. 1839-45. Eldest son of Samuel 

Gatliff. Sixth Class, 1843-5. Judd Exhib. St. John's Coll., 

Camb. B.A. 1849. Formerly of the 3rd West York Eegt. of 

Infantry Militia. Eesides in London. 
MiLNS, Henry George. 1839 — . Son of Henry Milns. A linen 

draper at Tonbridge. Deceased. 

CHBISTMAS TERM, 1839. 

Ellis, Henry Emly. 1839-46. Son of the Rev. William EUis. 
Hare, Charles Frederick. 1839-43. Fifth son of Frederick Hare, 

J. P. and D.L. Entered the Merchant Navy, 1843, and was 

drowned off the coast of Ceylon in 1851. 

Hare, George Dettmar. 1839-45. Fourth son of Frederick Hare, 
J.P. and D.L. h. 1838. Studied at the College at Lille, 
France. Wine merchant in London. Went to Australia in 
1855, and died there in 1872. 

Hare, Henry Christian. 1839-43. Third son of Frederick Hare, 
J.P. and D.L. h. 1827. Mem. Roy. Coll. Surg. Practised at 
Cawood, Yorkshire, cl. 1865. 

Hare, William Carus Wilson. 1839-45. Sixth son of Frederick 
Hare, J.P. and D.L. h. 1830. Entered the Merchant Navy 
about 1850. Afterwards went to the United States of America. 
Death uncertain. 

Shaw, Charles John Kenward. 1839-48. Son of Captain Charles 
Shaw, R.N. Smythe Exhib. Merton Coll., Oxford. B.A. 
1853. Deceased. 

Shaw, John Charles Kenward. (7th Baronet.) 1839-43. Son of 
Captain Charles Shaw, R.N. Merton Coll., Oxford. Resides 
at Knight's Place, Pembury. 

Tarleton, Thomas. 1839-42. Son of Francis Tarleton. 

EASTER TERM, 1840. 

Bayley, John Matthew. 1840. Son of William Bayley. Joined 
the 50th Bengal Native Infantry in 1849. Died at'] Benares in 
1859. 

* Soon after Dr. Welldon's appointment to the Head Mastership, in 1843, 
the name *' Form " came into use instead of '* Class." 



50 Tonhridge School a.d. 1840. 

Blandfoed, George Fielding. 1840-1. Only son of George Bland- 
ford, b. 1829. At Eugby School from 1841 to 1848. Wadh. 
Coll., Oxford. 3rd cl. Lit. Hum. B.A. 1852. M.B. 1857. 
M.D. 1867. Fellow of the Eoyal College of Physicians. 
Practises in London. Lecturer at the Medical Society of St. 
George's Hospital. Author of "Insanity and its Treatment;" 
and various papers in Medical Journals. 

Clifford, Isaac Barber. 1840-1. Son of John Clifford. A printer 
at Tunbridge Wells. Believed to be long dead. 

SUMMER TERM, 1840. 

Shuttlewoeth, Fauconberg. 1840-2. Son of George Edmund 
Shuttleworth. Admitted a Solicitor. Went to Australia, where 
he died. 

CHRISTMAS TERM, 1840. 

Arnold, George. 1840-43. Eldest son of Nicholas Arnold, b. 
1826. Admitted a Solicitor. Practised at Edenbridge, and 
subsequently at Tunbridge Wells and in London. Besides at 
Hastings. 

Beeching, Alfred Hoppe. 1840-5. Eldest son of Thomas Beeching. 
b. 1830. Formerly a partner in the Old Bank at Tonbridge. 
Now retired. Besides at Tonbridge. 

Caenell, George Frederick. 1840-4. Son of Thomas Carnell. 
Admitted a Solicitor. Practises at Sevenoaks. 

Carnell, Eichard Bound. 1840-4. Son of Wilham Carnell. Joined 
the 32nd Madras Native Infantry, 1848. Died in India, 1859. 

Griffiths, Thomas Powis. 1840-2. Son of Thomas Griffiths. 
Was in business at Pieter Maritzburg, Natal, South Africa. 
Died about 1850. 

Helm, Joseph Adderley Chichele. 1840-3. Second son of the 
Eev. Joseph Charles Helm. b. 1827. Scholar of Jesus Coll., 
Camb. 1st cl. Class. Trip, and Jun. Opt. Math. Trip. B.A. 1849. 
M.A. 1852. Called to the Bar (Lincoln's Inn), 1852. Practises 
before the Supreme Court of the Colony of Victoria, Australia. 
Besides at Sandhurst, Victoria. 

Shaw, Eobert John. 1841-3. Son of Eobert Shaw. 

Willis, George. 1840-5. Son of Charles Willis. 

EASTER TERM, 1841. 

Davison, Walter. 1841-3. Son of John Davison. Entered the 
Bengal Army (1st European Fusiliers), 1847. Captain, 1860. 
Died in England, 1866. 

Haewood, John Berwick. 1841-7« Son of John Harwood. Wore. 
Coll., Oxford. Author of several novels. 



A.D. 1841. Register. 51 

ScooNES, Henry Barhain. 1841-6. Fourth son of William Scoones. 
h. 1831. d. 1886. 

Stone, Frederick Alfred. 1841-7. Elder son of John Stone. Bead 
for the Law, but subsequently joined the 3rd Middlesex Militia, 
which was stationed at Corfu during the Crimean War. Now 
retired as Major. Besides at Lucerne. 

Waddilove, Cyrus. 1811-4. Son of Edward Waddilove, Admitted 
as a Proctor in 1851, and subsequently as a Solicitor; also 
Eegistrar of the Arches Court of Canterbury and of the Arch- 
deaconry of Middlesex ; an Examiner in Admiralty, and Com- 
missioner to administer Oaths. Besides in London. 

Waddilove, Edward. 1841-2. Son of Edward Waddilove. Resides 
in London. 

SUMMER TERM, 1841. 

Bkown, Charles Wilham. 1841-7. Third son of Gentle Brown. 
h. 1840. For some time in a Mercantile Office in Liverpool. 
Emigrated to Australia in 1852 ; eventually became a Land- 
owner, and settled in New South Wales. Made a Justice of 
the Peace for that colony in 1883. 

Davies, Thomas. 1841-3. Son of Owen Davies. Entered the 11th 
Foot Begiment 1850. Died, when a Captain, in 1858. 

Gatliff, North. 1841-6. Third son of Samuel Gatliff. Admitted 
a Solicitor, cl. 1858. 

CHRISTMAS TERM, 1841. 

CoBHAM, William Jones. 1841-6. Only son of Francis Cobham. 
Went to South Africa, where he died. 

Hore, Alexander Hugh. 1841-8. Sixth son of James Hore. b. 
1829. Sixth Form. Head Boy, 1847-8. Captain of the Cricket 
Eleven. Trin. Coll., Oxford. In the Oxford Cricket Eleven. 
3rd cl. Lit. Hum. B.A. 1852. M.A. 1855. Ordained 1854. 
Formerly Curate of Plympton St. Mary, Devon ; afterwards 
Chaplain to the Forces. Betired 1874. Besides at Eastbourne. 
Author of " Church and No Church "; " Eighteen Centuries of 
the Church in England," and other works. 

Jordan, Gibbes. 1841-7. Second son of the Bev. Gibbes Walker 
Jordan. Sixth Form. Queen's Coll., Oxford. B.A. 1851. 
Ordained 1852. Has held the Curacies of Whit wick, Leicester- 
shire; Waterstock, Oxfordshire; and East Woodhay, Hants. 
Since 1877 Bector of Tunworth, Hants. 

Jordan, Joseph. 1841-2. Eldest son of the Bev. Gibbes Walker 
Jordan, b. 1826. Joined the 34th Foot, 1845, and served in it 
till 1875 ; then joined and commanded the 41st Foot. Served 
in the Crimean War. Severely wounded in the attack on the 

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52 Tonhridge School a.d. 1841. 

Eedan. Mentioned in despatches. Medal; also Sardinian and 
Turkish Medals, and Order of the Medjidie. Wounded at 
Cawnpore in the Indian Mutiny. Companion of the Bath, 
1875. Major-General, 1885. Besides in Hants. 

SwANSBOKOuGH, John. 1841-4. Son of WiUiam Swansborough. 
Deceased. 

WiLGEESs, George Frederick. 1841-6. Son of George Wilgress. 
Sixth Form, 18 43-6. Judd Exhib. Scholar of Exeter Coll., 
Oxford. 3rd cl. Lit. Hum. B.A. 1851. M.A. 1853. Ordained 
1853. Held successively the Curacies of Cuddesdon, of St. 
Mary the Virgin, Oxford ; and of Garsington ; the Perpetual 
Curacy of Headington Quarry ; the Hebrew Lectureship in 
Cuddesdon Theol. Coll.; and the Vicarage of Cadmore End 
(all near Oxford). Died in 1878, just after he had been pre- 
sented to Moulsford Vicarage. 

EASTEB TEEM, 1842. 

De Fonblanque, Albany de Grenier. 1842-6. Second son of John 
Samuel Martin de Fonblanque. Sixth Form. Cricket Eleven. 
Called to the Bar (Middle Temple), 1853. Legal Vice-Consul 
in Egypt, 1861. Deputy Judge at Constantinople, 1862. British 
Consul at Carthagena, South America, 1864. British Consul 
for New Orleans, Arkansas, and the Mississippi districts, since 
1871. Author of "A Tangled Skein" and other popular novels ; 
also of " How We are Governed." 

SUMMER TERM, 1842. 

Elstek, George. 1842-4. Son of James Elster. 

Hall, Eichard Morgan. 1842. Son of Eichard Crawshay Hall. 
Joined the 38th Foot Eegt., 1847. Afterwards in the 13th 
Foot. Captain, 1855. Served in the Crimean War, at the 
Siege and Fall of Sebastopol. Medal with Clasp, and Turkish 
Medal. Eetired 1869. Deceased. 

Harper, Henry Lewis. 1842-3. Son of Edmund Harper. Mem. 
Eoy. Coll. Surg. M.D., St. Andrew's Univ., 1861. Practises 
at Kensington. 

May, Henry. 1842-9. Second son of Thomas May. b. 1832. 
Sixth Form, 1848-9. Was many years at sea. Afterwards for 
six years Deputy Governor, and eight years Governor of the 
General Prison for Scotland at Perth, d. 1882. 

May, James Thomas. 1842-8. Eldest son of Thomas May. h. 
1830. Sixth Form, 1846-8. Judd Exhib. Univ. Coll., Oxford. 
B.A. 1852. M.A. 1857. Ordained 1853. Has held the Curacies 
of Goudhurst, Worplesdon, Bledlow-Compton, Bucknell and 
Christhall. Now Curate of Farnham All Saints, Bury St. 
Edmunds. 



A.D. 1843. Register, 53 

Nicolas, Nicholas Harris. 1842-5. (Afterwards at Merchant Tay- 
lor's School.) Eldest son of Sir Harris Nicolas, G.C.M.G. 
h. 1830. Principal Clerk of the Exchequer and Audit Depart- 
ment, Somerset House. Besides in London. 



CHBISTMAS TEBM, 1842. 

BiGSBY, Henry Julian. 1842-51. Second son of the Eev. Charles 
Bigsby. b. 1832. Sixth Form, 1850-1. Wadh. Coll., Oxford. 
2nd cl. Law and Mod. Hist. B.A. 1855. M.A. 1858. Li 
Holy Orders. Has held the Curacies of Hollingbourne and 
Nonington. Since 1860 Vicar of St. Thomas', South- 
borough. 

Canham, Henry Crabb. 1842-9. Eldest son of Joseph Canham. b. 
1832. A Solicitor. Practises at Sudbury, Suffolk. 

DuRY, Edwin Alexander. 1842-3. (Afterwards at Marlborough 
College, 1844-7.) Second son of the Eev. Theodore Dury. b. 
1828. Emman. Coll., Camb. Jun. Opt. Math. Trip. B.A. 
1852. M.A. 1855. In Holy Orders. Has held the Curacies of 
Knaresborough, Bilton and Manningham, and the Perpetual 
Curacy of Bishop's Thornton. Since 1876 Vicar of St. Cath- 
erine's, Wigan. 

Dury, William Francis. 1842-8. Third son of the Eev. Theodore 
Dury. b. 1830. Sixth Form, 1847-8. Cricket Eleven. Judd 
Exhib. St. Peter's Coh., Camb. B.A. 1852. Called to the 
Bar (Lincoln's Inn), 1855. Ceased practising in 1867. Besides 
at Harrogate. 

Hodgson, Eichard. 1842-3. Son of Eichard Hodgson. 

Morgan, Charles Clements. 1842-7. Fifth son of Thomas Morgan. 
b. 1832. After some time in his father's office in the City of 
London, went to Oporto for a year to learn the wine business. 
d. in London, 1856. 

EASTEB TEBM, 1843. 

Bell, Edward Collingwood David. 1843-50. Only son of the 
Eev. Edward John Bell. b. 1833. Sixth Form, 1841-3. Judd 
Exhib. Ball. Coll., Oxford. Author of the Prize Ode in 
English Verse selected for recital on the Installation of the 
Earl of Derby as Chancellor of the University of Oxford. Now 
Paymaster of the 5th Batt. Eoyal Munster Fusiliers (Limerick 
County Militia). 

Bowman, John James Beresford. 1843-9. Second son of the Eev. 
William Bowman. 6.1832. Sixth Form, 1848-9. Cricket Eleven. 
Judd Exhib. Oriel Coll, Oxford. Called to the Bar. Prac- 
tised at Melbourne, Victoria. Afterwards a County Court 
Judge, d. 1879. 



54 Tonbridge School a.d. 1843. 

SUMMEB TEEM, 1843. 

Under the Mastership of Dr. Welldon. 

Bayley, John Arthur. 1843-4. Son of Francis Bayley. Joined 
the 52nd Foot, 1852. Served in the Indian Mutiny Campaign, 
and was present at the defeat of the Sealkote Mutineers on the 
banks of the Kavee in 1857 ; also at the Siege of Delhi he 
commanded , and led the storming party of his regiment at the 
assault on the Cashmere Gate, where he was severely wounded. 
Major, 1858. Eetired, 1860. 

Bayne, George Smith. 1843. (Afterwards at Shrewsbury School, 
1844-7.) Only son of Kalph Bayne. &. 1827. Millington Scholar 
of Magd. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1851. M.A. 1854. Coxswain of his 
College Boat, 1847-51. Ordained 1851. Has held the Curacies 
of St. Andrew's, Wakefield ; St. John Lee, Hexham ; South 
Weald, Essex ; and the Vicarage of West Hyde, Eickmans- 
worth. Since 1876 Vicar of Bishop's Stortford. 

Beecham, Alfred. 1843-5. Son of William Pain Beecham. 

Bowman, William Sefton. 1843-6. Eldest son of the Eev. William 
Bowman. Sixth Form, 1845-6. Judd Exhib. In New South 
Wales, Australia. 

Bridgett, Thomas Edward. 1843-7. Third son of Joseph Bridgett. 
b. 1829. Sixth Form, 1845-7. Smythe Exhib. St. John's 
Coll., Camb. Became a Eoman Catholic in 1850. Studied for 
six years on the Continent. Ordained a Priest 1856. Member 
of the Missionary Congregation of the Most Holy Eedeemer. 
Author of ''In Spirit and in Truth " and other books. 

Bridgett, William Phillips. 1843-7. Fourth son of Joseph Bridgett. 

b. 1831. Colonial Broker in Mincing Lane, London, d. 1861. 
BuRBiDGE, Edward Francis. 1843-4. Son of James Burbidge. 

Deceased. 

Cobb, George Henry. 1843-7. Son of the Eev. George Cobb. 

Went to Cambridge. Died at College. 
CoBB, Wilham Wise. 1843-7. Son of the Eev. George Cobb. 

Admitted a Solicitor. Practised in London from 1853 to 1862. 

Davey, Eichard Staines. 1843-8. Eldest son of Eichard Gibbons 
Davey. Mem. Eoy. Coll. Surg. M.D. St. Andrew's Univ. 
Practises at Upper Walmer. J. P. for the Cinque Ports. 

Hardinge, Eobert James. 1843-5. Son of General Eichard Har- 
dinge. Entered the 54fch Foot, 1853. 

Hare, Humphrey Joseph. 1843-6. (Afterwards at Eossall School.) 
Seventh son of Frederick Hare, J. P. and D.L. A merchant at 
Chatham. J. P. cl 1876. 

Hart, Eobert Patey. 1843. Son of Henry Hart. Eesides at 
Teddington, Middlesex. 

Harward, Thomas Netherton. 1843-5. Second son of the Eev. 
John Netherton Harward. b. 1829. Entered the Bengal 



A.D. 1843. Register, 55 

(now the Royal) Artillery, 1848. In the Indian Mutiny 
Campaign served with Havelock's Force from its first advance 
from Allahabad to Lucknow, and was present at the defeats of 
the Mutineers at Futtehpoor, Aoung, Pandoo Nuddi, Cawnpore, 
Bithoor, Mungawar, the Relief of Lucknow (mentioned in 
despatches), and the defeat of the Gwalior Contingent at 
Cawnpore. Medal with Clasp. Major-General, 1884. Retired 
Lieutenant-General, 1885. 
Larking, Stephen Prentis. 1843-9. Son of Henry Larking. Went 
to New Zealand and afterwards to Sydney, New South Wales, 
where he died in 1868. 
Martin, Wilham. 1843-6. Eldest son of Adam Martin. Died at 

School in 1846. 
Miles, Henry Hugh. 1843-4. Son of Henry Miles. Exeter Coll., 
Oxford. B.A. 1851. M.A. 1854. Ordained 1853. Formerly 
Curate of St. Mary's, Warwick. Since 1858 Rector of Clifton, 
Biggleswade. 
PucKLE, Frederick Craig. 1843-50. Second son of Richard Puckle. 
b. 1832. Sixth Form, 1848-50. Judd Exhib. Exeter Coll., 
Oxford. B.A. 1854. M.A. 1861. Appointed in 1858 to the 
Madras Revenue Survey. Retired 1883. Resides at Tunbridge 
Wells. 
Puckle, Henry Glover. 1843-50. Third son of Richard Puckle. 
b. 1833. Joined the 28th Madras Native Infantry, 1853. 
Colonel, 1882. In command of the above-named regi- 
ment. 
Puckle, Richard Kaye. 1843-7. Eldest son of Richard Puckle. 
b. 1830. Entered the Madras Civil Service, 1851. Rose to the 
position of Director of Revenue Settlement, and Second Member 
of the Board of Revenue. Retired, 1881. Resides at Tunbridge 
Wells. 
PuLLAN, Ayrton. 1843-4. Son of Benjamin Pullan. b. 1836. 
Joined the 36th Bengal Native Infantry, 1856. Served with 
the Sikh Infantry throughout the Siege of Delhi, the investment 
of Calpee, siege of Bansee, assault and capture of Paina, the 
actions near Toolsepoor, the Raptee and Burrampoor (twice 
wounded). Mentioned in despatches. Medal with clasp. 
Lieutenant-Colonel, 1882. Lately in charge of the Great 
Trigonometrical Survey in the Kattywar and Cutch districts. 
Rolfe, John. 1843-6. Eldest son of John Rolfe. Cricket Eleven. 

Of no profession, d. 1883. 
Seddon, Charles Henry. 1843-5. Son of Thomas Seddon. Cricket 

Eleven. Resides in London. 
Stedman, Arthur. 1843-8. Fourth son of Robert Stedman. Mem. 
Roy. Coll. Surg., 1855. Succeeded to his father's practice at 
Great Bookham, Surrey. Deceased. 

Stroud, John. 1843-7. Eldest son of James Stroud, b. 1828. 
Sixth Form, 1844-7. Head Boy. Smythe Exhib. Postmaster 
and Jackson Scholar of Mert. Coll., Oxford. 1st cl. Math. 



56 Tonhridge School a.d.1843. 

3rd cl. Lit. Hum. B.A. 1851. M.A. 1854. Ordained 1853. 
Formerly Curate of Chaffcombe and Second Master of Crewkerne 
Grammar School. Then for many years Senior Mathematical 
Master at Tonbridge School, and Curate of East Peckham. 
Since 1873, Eector of South Perrott, Dorset. 
Waddilove, Grainville. 1843-6. Son of Edward Waddilove. h. 
1832. Entered the Army, 1852. Eetired from the 47th Foot 
Eegiment 1877. Honorary Lieutenant-Colonel, 1881. Served 
in the Crimean Campaign of 1854-5, and was present at the 
Battles of Alma and Inkerman (wounded), the capture of 
Balaklava, the siege of Sebastopol, and the sortie and storming 
of the Quarries. Mentioned in despatches. Medal with three 
clasps and Turkish Medal. Eesides in London. 

CHBISTMAS TEBM, 1843. 

AcwOKTH, George Brindley. 1843-6. Eldest son of George Ac- 
worth, b. 1828. A Solicitor. Practised at Eochester. F.S.A., 
F.E. Hist. Soc. cl 1876. 

Stroud, Edward. 1843-9. Youngest son of James Stroud, b. 1833. 
d. 1860. 

Stroud, James Henry. 1843-7. Second son of James Stroud, b. 
1831. cl. 1883. 

West, Eoberb WilHam. 1843-8. Son of James West. 

EASTEB TEBM, 1844. 

Arnold, Harry. 1844. Son of Nicholas Arnold. Eesides at 

Milnthorpe, Westmorland. 
Banks, George Wilson. 1844-6. (Afterwards with a Private Tutor.) 

Only son of George Banks, b. 1829. Corpus Christi Coll., 

Camb. B.A. 1852. M.A. 1855. Ordained 1853. Since 1858 

Eector of Worth, Crawley, Sussex. 

Chippindale, Walter. 1844-8. Sixth son of William Chippindale. 

6. 1832. Entered the Medical Profession, but x^i'^-ctised little 

owing to ill-health, d. 1869. 
Cousins, Edward. 1844-5. Son of Francis Cousins. 
Elers. Frederick Wadham. 1844-50. Second son of William Elers. 

6.1836. Cricket Eleven. Trin. Coll., Oxford. In the University 

Boat at Putney, 1856-7, and at Henley, 1857. B.A. 1858. M.A. 

1860. Eesides at Tunbridge Wells. 
Elers, William Shrubb. 1844-7. Eldest son of WilHam Elers. 

Eesides in London. 
Hardinge, Edmund Stracey. (Bart.) 1844-51. Son of the Eev. 

Sir Charles Hardinge, Bart. Cricket Eleven. Univ. Coll., 

Oxford. Of Fowler's Park, Bounds Park, and Ketton Hall, 

Darlington. 



A.D. 1844. Register. 57 

Haycock, Edward. 1844-5. Son of Edward Haycock. An archi- 
tect. Eesided at Shrewsbury. Died cir. 1884. 

Isaacson, Thomas Frederic. 1844. Son of Thomas Isaacson. 

Kebe, Wilham. 1844-8. Eldest son of WiUiam Charles Kerr, M.D. 
h. 1831. Trin. Coll., Oxford. B.A. 1853. Joined the 31st 
Foot, 1855. In the Crimean War served in the trenches before 
Sebastopol, was severely womided in the final assault, and died 
of his wounds, Sept. 23rd, 1855. Buried in the British Ceme- 
tery, on Cathcart Hill, Sebastopol. A medal with clasp was 
sent to his family. 

MiLLEK, Edward Lewis. 1844-6. Son of Giles Miller. Sixth 
Form, 1845-6. Killed by a fall from a cliff in the Isle of Wight 
during the Midsummer holidays, 1846. 

Pearson, Charles Henry. 1844. (Afterwards at Rugby School.) 
Son of John Norman Pearson. Scholar of Exeter Coll., Oxford. 
1st cl. Lit. Hum. B.A. 1853. M.A. 1856. Fellow of 
Oriel Coll., 1854. Won prize for a Sacred Poem. Now Minister 
of Public Instruction of the Colony of Victoria, Australia. 

RoLFE, Henry. 1844-8. Second son of John Rolfe. h. 1831. 
Cricket Eleven. Farming in South Africa. 

Smith, George Maberly. 1844-9. Fifth son of Benjamin Smith, h. 
1831. Sixth Form, 1848-9. Cricket Eleven. Judd Exhib. 
Scholar of Caius Coll., Camb. Sen. Opt. Math. Trip., and 2nd 
cl. Class. Trip. B.A. 1854. M.A. 1857. Ordained 1857. Formerly 
Curate of Penshurst. Engaged in tuition from 1868 to 1878. 
Since 1878, Rector of Penshurst. Rural Dean of Tonbridge, 1884. 

Smith, Thomas. 1844-50. Sixth son of Benjamin Smith, h. 1833. 
Cricket Eleven. Sixth Form, 1849-50. Fell. Roy. Coll. Surg., 
1858. Surgeon to St. Bartholomew's Hospital and Lecturer on 
Clinical Surgery, &c. Practises in London. Author of some 
works on Surgery. 

Smyly, Andrew Ferguson. 1844-9. Second son of John George 
Smyly, Q.C. h. 1831. Trin. Coll., Dublin. Divinity List, 1853. 
B.A. 1853. M.A. 1862. Ordained 1854. Has held the Curacies 
of Fahan and Lifford ; the Incumbencies of Brantry and 
Culmore : the Rectory and Prebend of Aghadoey, and the 
Rectory of Drumchose. Since 1883 Dean of Derry and Rector 
of Tempi emore. Chaplain to the Bishop of Derry, and Hon. 
Sec. to the Diocesan Council. 

Sprye, Courtenay. 1844. Son of Richard Sprye. 

Sprye, Reynell. 1844-5. Son of Richard Sprye. 

ViNALL, Charles George. 1844-9. Son of the Rev. Edward Vinall, 

Architect and Surveyor, in London. 
Walford, William Harrison. 1844-50. Sixth Form, 1849-50. 

Smythe Exhib. Cricket Eleven. Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1854. 

M.A. 1857. Ordained 1855. Has held the Curacies of Pershore, 

Manchester ; Holy Trinity, Winchester ; and Tring. Since 1881 

Curate of Bishop's Stortford. 



58 Tonhridge School a.d. 1844. 

Wilkinson, Walter Meacock. 18^4-7. (Afterwards at Highgate 
School.) Third son of Josiah Wilkinson, h. 1834. Admitted 
a SoHcitor, 1857. Practises in London and at Kingston-on- 
Tliames, of which ancient Borough he was elected Town Clerk 
in 1862. 

Wilkinson, Wilham Eobert. 1844-5. Eldest son of Josiah Wil- 
kinson, h. 1829. Barrister-at-Law. Afterwards a Solicitor. 
d. 1878. 

Wyatt, Arthur Haute. 1844-7. Son of John George Wyatt. Clare 
Coll., Camb. B.A. 1853. M.A. 1856. In Holy Orders. Has 
held the Curacies of Crowell and Tetsworth in the Diocese of 
Oxford. 

SUMMER TEBM, 1844. 

Baknett, Edward. 1844-6. Son of Edward Barnett. 

Bowman, Charles Henry. 1844-52. Third son of the Eev. William 
Bowman, h. 1835. Christ Church Coll., Oxford. B.A. 1858. 
Ordained 1865. Formerly Curate of Welshpool ; then Yicar of 
Bettys, Salop. Since 1885 Vicar of Llanvair Waterdine, Salop. 

Brown, Calverley Bewicke. 1844-8. Fourth son of Gentle Brown. 

h. 1832. Went to Australia in 1852. Eeturned in 1872. Resides 

at Stanstead, Essex. 
Bull, Charles Frederic. 1844-5. Son of Wilham Bull. 

BuRRA, Richard Curteis. 1844-50. Second son of Wilham Burra. 

h. 1830. Cricket Eleven. Sixth Form, 1848-50. Trin. Coll., 

Camb. 3rd cl. Class. Trip, and Jun. Opt. Math. Trip. B.A. 

1857. In Holy Orders. Was Curate of Ashford when he died, 

in 1859. 
Burra, William Pomfret (in 1882 assumed the name of Pomfret in 

place of Burra). 1844-5. (Previously at Shrew^sbury School.) 

Eldest son of William Burra. h. 1828. A Banker at Ashford. 

Member of Parliament for the Ashford Division of Kent. Resides 

at Godinton Park, Ashford. 

Cargill, Richard. 1844-53. Son of Richard Cargill. Sixth Form, 
1852-3. JuddExhib. Wore. Coll., Oxford. B.A. 1858. ^.1861. 

Hammond, Henry. 1844-6. Son of Henry Hammond. Solicitor 
in London from 1853 to 1856. cl. cir. 1854. 

Hardinge, Bradford. 1844-9. Fourth son of General Richard 
Hardinge. h. 1833. Entered the Bengal Civil Service, and rose 
to the position of Magistrate and ('ollector at Muttra. d. 
1871. 

HuMFREY, Charles. 1844. Son of Thomas Humfrey. Died long ago. 

Lake, Harry. 1844-8. Son of John Lake. Has been in Australia 
for many years. Was in London in 1862, but is said to have 
since returned to Australia. 



A.D. 1844. Register. 59 

Magnay, Christopher. 1844. Son of James Magnay. Joined the 
28th Madras Native Infantry. Captain, 1862. d. 1876. 

Magnay, John. 1844-8. Son of James Magnay. Joined the 22nd 
Bengal Native Infantry, 1845. Deceased. 

MoNYPENNY, Thomas Phihps Blackwell. 1844-6. Son of Thomas 
Monypenny. Was in the Enghsh Army. Went to America 
during the Civil W^ar. Is supposed to have taken part in the 
War, and to have been killed. 

Spkingett, Frederick William. 1844-5. (Previously at Clapham 
Grammar School.) Third son of Eichard Springett. h. 1829. 
Assisted his father in the management of his estate of Finchcox, 
Goudhurst. d. 1859. 

TuENER, Wilham James. 1844-9. Son of WilHam Turner. Cricket 
Eleven. Of no profession or business, d. 1885. 

Vaughan, Henry. 1844-7. Eldest son of the Eev. Henry Vaughan. 
Joined the 17th Bombay Native Infantry, 1852, of which 
regiment he ultimately became Colonel, d. cir. 1883. 

Wilson, Francis Henry. 1844-5. Son of Francis Henry Wilson. 
St. Cath.,.Coll, Camb. 

WiTHERBY, William Henry. 1844-5. Son of William Witherby. 
Oriel Coll., Oxford. 4th cl. Law and Mod. Hist. B.A. 1855. 
Mem. Eoy. Coll. Surg. Eng., 1862. M.D., Dublin Univ., 1864. 
Mem. Eoy. Coll. Phys. Lond., 1864. Practises at Croydon. 

WoRMALD, John. 1844-6. Eldest son of Thomas Wormald. h. 
1830. Blanket and Eug Manufacturer and Merchant. J. P. 
for West Eiding of Yorkshire. 

Wormald, Percival Henry. 1844-6. (Afterwards at Highgate 
School). Third son of Thomas Wormald. h. 1833. Matric. 
Lond. Univ. 1851. Scholar of Christ's Coll., Camb. Winner 
of the University Pair-oar Eace, 1856. Sen. Opt. (1st) Math. 
Trip. B.A. 1858. M.A 1861. Called to the Bar (Inner 
Temple), 1862. A Member of the North-Eastern Circuit. 

Wormald, William. 1844-6. Second son of Thomas Wormald. 
Eesides at Hertford. 

CHBISTMAS TEEM, 1844. 

Adcock, Alfred Wilham. 1844-9. Eldest son of, William Eobert 
Adcock. h. 1832. Joined the 24th Foot, 1852. Afterwards in 
the 16th Foot. Lieutenant-Colonel, Bedfordshire Eegt. Eetired, 
1884, with the honorary rank of Major-General. 

BoswoRTH, Horace de Berckem. 1844-7. Son of Thomas Holmes 
Bosworth. Entered the 26th Bombay Native Infantry, 1852. 
Died, near Aurungabad, 1853. 

Browne, Henry. 1844. Son of Sir Henry Browne. Joined the 
84th Foot, 1849. Was Adjutant when the Eegiment entered 
Oude wdth the column under Havelock to relieve Lucknow. 



60 Tonhridge School a.d. 1844. 

Severely wounded in three places at the stormmg of Oonas. 
Was with force investing Lucknow, under Outram, including 
the final assault and capture of the city, and the storming of 
Kaiser Bagh. Was also present at two affairs in the Shahabad 
district, and at the relief of Bussorah. d. 1872. 

Dashwood, Alexander John. 1844. Son of Colonel Alexander 
Wilton Dashwood. Joined the 48th Bengal Native Infantry, 
1850. Died at Lucknow, 1857. 

Dawson, George Malcolm. 1844-7. Son of the Eev. George 
Francis Dawson. Trin. Coll., Camb. Afterwards went to sea. 

EwBANK, George. 1844-5. Second son of Henry Ewbank. &. 1827. 
Cricket Eleven. Died, in Australia, about 1858. 

Ewbank, Henry. 1844-6. Eldest son of Henry Ewbank. h. 1826. 
Sixth Form, 1845-6. Smythe and Fisher Exhibs. Cricket 
Eleven. Brasenose Coll., Oxford. 4th cl. Lit. Hum. B.A. 
1852. M.A. 1856. In Holy Orders. Formerly Perpetual 
Curate of St. James', Eyde. Since 1867, Vicar of St. John's, 
Eyde, Isle of Wight. 

Ewbank, Lucas. 1844-52. Fourth son of Henry Ewbank. 6.1835. 
Sixth Form, 1850-2. Judd Exhib. Cricket Eleven. Scholar 
and afterwards Fellow of Clare Coll., Camb. 13th Wrangler 
Math. Trip. B.A. 1857. M.A. 1860. Formerly Mathematical 
Lecturer and now Bursar of Clare Coll., Camb. 

Ewbank, Wilham Withers. 1844-9. Third son of Henry Ewbank. 

h. 1831. Sixth Form, 1847-9. Judd Exhib. Scholar of Caius 

Coll., Camb. Sen. Opt. Math. Trip. B.A. 1854. M.A. 1858. 

For some time in business in Australia. Then took Holy Orders. 

Died, in Australia, about 1873. 
Fish, Eobert. 1844-5. Son of Eobert Fish. Mem. Eoy. Coll. Sur., 

1854. Apparently died in 1879. 
Ford, Samuel Valentine. 1844-6. Son of George Samuel Ford. 
Hooper, Wilham Edward Parry. 1844-7. Elder son of WilHam 

Harvey Hooper. E.N. 6. 1829. Appointed in 1847 to a 

Junior Clerkship at the Admiralty, and now one of the Principal 

Clerks. 
Humphry, Frederick Abell. 1844-7. Second son of George 

Humphry, h. 1830. Cricket Eleven. Fell. Eoy. Coll. Surg., 

Eng. Practises at Brighton. Surgeon to the Sussex County 

Hospital. 
Humphry, George Gilson. 1844-6. Eldest son of George 

Humphry. h. 1829. He and all his six brothers were 

successively Long-stops to the Cricket Eleven. Admitted a 

Solicitor, 1851. d. 1852. 
James, Edward de Bellecour. 1844-6. Son of Edward Woolford 

James. Died in the holidays, 1846. 
Kempson, Edward. 1844-6. Son of Edward Kempson. Joined 

the 26th Foot, 1854. Captain, 1864. d. 1868. 



A.D. 1845. Register. 61 

Kinder, lEenry. 1844-6. Son of Thomas Kinder. 

Nares, George. 1844-8. Son of the Eev. Edward Eobert Nares. 
Sixth Form, 1847-8. After some years in the Army, went to 
Sid. Suss. Coll., Camb. 

Newington, Eobert Samuel. 1844-53. Elder son of Samuel 
Wilmott Newington. Mem. Eoy. Coll. Surg., Eng., 1858. 
Proprietor of Tattlebury House Private Asylum, Goudhurst. 

Eedmayne, Eobert Eobey. 1844-7. Second son of Giles Eedmayne. 
h. 1828. Sixth Form, 1845-7. Smythe Exhib. Trin. Coll., 
Camb. 2nd cl. Class. Trip.; and Jun. Opt. Math. Trip. B.A. 
1851. M.A. 1855. Has been in various Manufacturing 
businesses in the North of England. Member of Council, Coll. 
Phys. Sci., Newcastle-on-Tyne. Member of Senate, Durh. 
Univ. Presented the Mile Challenge Cup to Tonbridge School. 

Rogers, Heury. 1844-8. Son of Alexander Eogers. Sixth Form 
1845-7. Smythe Exhib. Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1852. 
Assistant Inspector of Industrial and Eeformatory Schools. 

Thompson, John. 1844-6. Son of the Eev. George Hodgson 
Thompson. 

Thursby-Pelham, Walter. 1844-7. Second son of the Eev. Henry 
Thursby-Pelham. h. 1830. Sixth Form, 1846-7. Oriel Coll., 
Oxford. B.A. 1852. Captain in the Shropshire Militia, and 
J. P. for that County. Died many years ago. 

Williams, Crawford Winterton. 1844-5. Son of Henry Williams. 

Wyatt, Augustus Ayliffe. 1844-7. Son of George John Wyatt. 

Deceased. 

EASTEB TEBM, 1845. 

BuRRA, Henry. 1845-51. Third son of Wilham Burra. b. 1835. 
Cricket Eleven. From Tonbridge went to Addiscombe and 
Haileybury Colleges. Entered the Bombay Civil Service, but 
resigned after five years. Afterwards became a Banker at Eye, 
Sussex, and J. P. for Sussex, d. 1886. 

Cobb, William. 1845-7. Son ofthe Eev. Samuel Cobb. Deceased. 

FoRMBY, Charles. 1845-6. Second son of the Eev. James Formby. 
b. 1828. Sixth Form. Lime and Cement Merchant, d. 1880. 

Gibson, Charles Edgar. 1845-9. Son of Edgar Gibson. Joined 
the 49th Foot, 1854. Adjutant of his Eegiment in the Crimean 
War; was present at the assault on the Eedan and the siege 
and fall of Sebastopol. Medal with clasp, and Turkish Medal. 
Eetired 1865. Deceased. 

HiLLMAN, John. 1845-7. Son of Thomas Hillman. Of the Eoyal 
Exchange Insurance Co., London. 

Lee, Frederic, 1845-9. Son of George Lee. 



62 Tonhridge School a.d. 1845. 

NoTTiDGE, George Simpson. 1845-50. Eldest sou of George 
Nottidge. CamsColl.,Camb. B.A. 1854. M.A. 1858, Ordained 
1853. Has held successively the curacies of Carlton Colville, 
Wye, Challock, Great Saxham, Benacre and Covehithe. Now 
Vicar of Boughton Aluph, Ashford. 

Nottidge, Thomas. 1845-54. Second son of George Nottidge. 
b. 1835. Sixth Form, 1852-4. Cricket Eleven, Captain. 
Emman. Coll., Camb. Captain and Stroke of the College Boat. 
1st cl. Nat. Sci. Trip. B.A. 1858. M.A. 1872. Called to the 
Bar, (Lincoln's Inn), 1859. Practised as a Barrister and 
Solicitor in New Zealand for some years. Now a banker at 
Ashford. 

Procter, John. 1844-5. Son of George Procter. Died at School. 

Raison, Joseph. 1845-6. Only son of Joseph Eaison. b. 1832. 
d. 1882. 

EoLFE, Richard. 1845-51. Third son of John Rolfe. Admitted a 
Solicitor but did not practise. No permanent residence. 

Sixes, Thomas Burr. 1845-9. Son of Thomas Sikes. St. John's 
Coll. Oxford. B.A. 1853. M.A. 1855. Ordained 1854. Has 
held the curacies of Halstead; Chevening; Keston; St. Peter's, 
Maidstone; Hunton, and the Rectory of Halstead. Now 
Rector of Burstow, Surrey. 

Still, Thomas Walter. 1845. Son of Peter Still. Joined the 65th 
Foot, 1850. Afterwards in the 1st Dragoon Guards. Retired, 
1860. Deceased. 

Ward, John Henry Kirwan. 1845-50. Younger son of William 
Ward. b. 1831. Sixth Form, 1846-50. Cricket Eleven. 
Trin. Coll., Camb. 2nd cl. Class. Trip, and Sen. Opt. Math. 
Trip. B.A. 1854. M.A. 1857. Ordained 1858. Has been 
Curate of St. Mary's, Marlborough ; Tisbury, Wilts ; Folke, 
Dorset ; and Holy Trinity, Gosport ; Diocesan Inspector of 
Schools in the Rural Deanery of Marlborough; Curate in 
charge of Coggs, Oxfordshire : Curate of Gillingham, and now 
Vicar of Asthall, Oxfordshire. 

Willis, Edward Cooper. 1845-6. Eldest son of Thomas Willis, 
M.D. b. 1831. Caius Coll., Camb. Tancred Student. M.B. 
1858. Mem. Roy. Coll. Surg., 1852. Called to the Bar (Inner 
Temple), 1865. A Queen's Counsel. Author of ''Law and Prac- 
tice in Bankruptcy." 

Wilson, John. 1845-7. Son of Francis Henry Wilson. Went to 
Austraha. 

SUMMER TEEM, 1845. 

Akers, Edmund. 1845. Son of the Rev. Aretas Akers. 

Barr, Myers Willoughby. 1845-8. Son of General David Barr. 
Cricket Eleven. Entered the Bombay Civil Service, 1853. d. 
1854. 



A.D. 1845. Register. 63 

Blenkarn, William. 1845-8. Son of John Blenkarn. 

BoGER, William Shadforth. 1845-7. (Afterwards at Charterhouse 
School.) Son of George T. Boger. Emman. Coll., Camb. 
B.A. 1855. M.A. 1858. Was in the War Office. Eetired 
1871. 

Brackenbury, Charles Booth. 1845-7. Son of William Brackenbury. 
Entered the Eoyal Artillery, 1850. Served in the Crimean 
War, including the Siege and Fall of Sebastopol. Medal with 
clasp, and Turkish Medal. Colonel, 1882. In charge of the 
Eoyal Gunpowder Factories at Waltham Abbey. 

Donne, Eobert James. 1845-6. Son of John Donne, Scholar and 
afterwards Fellow of Trin. Coll., Camb. 1st cl. Class. Trip, and 
Sen. Opt. Math. Trip. B.A. 1858. M.A. 1861. Formerly an 
Assistant-Master at Wellington College. Deceased. 

Elers, Edward Henry. 1845-54. Third son of Wilham Elers. 
Sixth Form, 1853-4. Cricket Eleven. Judd Exhib. Univ. 
Coll., Oxford. B.A. 1859. M.A. 1863. Ordained 1860. Has 
held the Curacy of Coombe-Bissett, Wilts; the Curacy in 
charge of Fovant, Wilts; and the Curacy and (since 1875) 
the Vicarage of Boldre, Hants. 

Gay, George Moseley. 1845-7. Son of George Gay. Trin. Coll., 
Camb. B.A. 1857. M.A. 1861. In Holy Orders. Formerly 
Curate of Ingham, Bury St. Edmund's. Now retired and 
residing at Bury St. Edmund's. 

GiLBERTSON, George. 1845-8. Son of James Matthias Gilbertson. 
Emman. Coll., Camb. Went to Australia for some years. 
Since his return, has farmed in Scotland. 

Herring, Gerard Edgar. 1845-51. Son of Eobert Herring. Chief 
Clerk in the Mining Department, New South Wales. 

Hodgson, Septimus. 1845-8. Seveuth son of General Christopher 
Hodgson, h. 1831. Joined the 2nd Madras Cavalry, 1849. 
Eetired 1881. Major-General. Eesides at Southsea. 

Laurie, Eobert Peter. 1845-50. Only son of Eobert Peter Laurie. 
h. 1835. A Member of the London Stock Exchange. Formerly 
M.P. for Canterbury. Lieutenant-Colonel Commandant, 3rd 
London Eifle Volunteers. J. P. for Kent. Elected M.P. for 
Bath in July, 1886. Eesides at Mystole Park, Canterbury. 

Thornton, James Howard. 1845. Youngest son of Major John 
Thornton, h. 1834. (At Chatham House, Eamsgate, for some 
years after leaving Tonbridge.) King's Coll., Lond. B A 
Lond. Univ., 1854. M.B. 1855. M.E.C.S. 1855. Entered the 
Bengal Medical Service, 1856. Served in the Indian Mutiny, 
1857-9. Present at the Action of Benares ; Defence of the 
Alum Bagh ; Capture of Lucknow ; operations in Oude and 
Goruckpore. Mentioned in despatches. Medal with two clasps. 
Served also in the China War, 1860, and was present at the 
x\ction of Sinho, capture of the Taku Forts, and occupation of 
Pekin. Medal with two clasps. Also served in several minor 



64 Tonhridge School a.d. 1845. 

Indian expeditions, in one of which he was wounded, and 
mentioned in despatches ; also in the Egyptian Expedition of 1882. 
Mentioned in despatches. Medal and bronze star. Also in the 
Eastern Soudan Campaign as Principal Medical Officer. Es- 
pecially mentioned in Lord Wolseley's despatches. Brigade 
Surgeon. Companion of the Bath. 

Vaughan, Charles William. 1845-7. Second son of the Eev. Henry 

Yaughan. 5.1835. Entered the Navy, 1847. Served in H. M.S. 

Fury, at the Bombardment of Sebastopol, in the Crimean War. 

On his retirement from the Navy, went to Australia, wdiere he 

died in 1868. 
Wood, Edward Negus. 1845-51, Son of John Wood. A Solicitor 

in the City of London. Eesides at Greenwich. 

CHRISTMAS TERM, 1845. 

Aylwin, Horace. 1845-9. Fourth son of George Allen Aylwin. 

h. 1834. Christ's Coll., Camb. A merchant in London. Died 

in Canada, 1880. 
Baldekston, Henry Frederick. 1845-7. Son of Thomas Francis 

Balderston. h. 1830. Mem. Koy. Coll. Surg. Eng., 1859. 

Died at Auckland, New Zealand, 1872. 
Blackmoee, Edward. 1845-9. Son of Edward Blackmore. A 

Solicitor at Alresford, Hants. 

Cargill, Thomas. 1845-9. Son of Kichard Cargill. At Singapore, 
in the Straits Settlements. 

Cole, Edward Maule. 1845-7. (Afterwards at Eossall School.) 
Eldest son of Wilham Sibthorpe Cole. h. 1833. Wore. Coll., 
Oxford. 2nd cl. Mods, and Ludwell Exhibitioner of Oriel 
College. In the Boat and Cricket Eleven of each college. 
Played also for the Gentlemen of Yorkshire. B.A. 1857. M.A. 
1875. Ordained 1858. Formerly an Assistant-Master at Eossall 
School. Afterwards Perpetual Curate of Wliitwood Mere, 
Yorkshire. Now Vicar of Wetwang, Driffield. Author of 
** Scandinavian Names in the East Eiding"; "On the Eed 
Chalk"; ** On the Origin of the Dales in the East Eiding"; 
** On the White Chalk"; " Geological Eambles in Yorkshire," 
and other works on Geology. 

Engleheart, Stephen Paul. 1845-7. Second surviving son of 
Nathaniel Brown Engleheart. h. 1830. Mem. Eoy. Coll. Surg. 
Eng. and M.D. of Edin. Univ. Practised at Down, Beckenham, 
and at Shelton, Norfolk. Drowned between New Calabar and 
Bonny, West Coast of Africa, on his return from visiting a 
patient, 1885. 

HoMEWOOD, William Henry. 1845-52. Eldest son of Edward 
Homewood. h. 1836. Passed five years in New Zealand, 
farming. Eesided near Sittingbourne after his return, d. 1885 



A.D. 1845. Register. ^^ 

Hoke, Fraser Salter. 1845-7. Seventh son of James Hore. h. 
1835. Cricket Eleven. Admitted a Solicitor in England. Has 
practised at Bombay since 1861. In partnership with A. A. 
Conroy (Old Tonbridgian) . Played three years in Surrey 
County Cricket Eleven, and one year for Surrey and Sussex. 
Senior Major, Bombay Eifle Volunteer Corps. J. P. for Bombay. 

Lev^ellin, Richard Truman. 1845-7. (Afterwards at Harrow 
School.) Son of Richard Lewellin. Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 
1856. M.A. 1859. Ordained 1858. Held the Curacies of 
Lamphey, near Pembroke ; Bovington, Herts ; Plaxtol ; and 
Finchampstead, Berks. Deceased. 

MoNYPENNY, Richard James Lamb. 1845-8. Son of Thomas 
Monypenny. Was a Sheep-farmer in New Zealand, d. 1874. 

Newton, Charles. 1845-7. Second son of James Newton, h. 
1833. Afterwards at King's College School and Durham 
University. Went to New Zealand. Not heard of for years. 

Newton, James William. 1845-7. Eldest son of James Newton. 
h. 1831. Afterwards at King's College, Applied Science 
Department. Civil Engineer. Has been engaged in the 
construction of various railways, tramways, waterworks, &c., 
and is Engineer to several companies. Resides at Furnival's 
Inn, London. 

Newton, John. 1845-7. Third son of James Newton, h. 1835. 
Architect. Was with Sir Gilbert Scott for thirteen years. 
Has since designed many important buildings, such as the 
Servants' Home at Margate, the Market house at Guernsey, 
&c., &c. For some years was incapacitated from work by ill 
health, but is now recovered. 

Nicholson, John Hampden. 1845-8. Son of the Rev. John 
Armitage Nicholson. Trin. Coll., Dublin, B.A. 1854. M.A. 
1858. Took Holy Orders. Held several Curacies in England, 
and at Cork, Ireland, where he died. 

RiDSDALE, Wilham Henry Errington. 1845-50. Eldest son of 
George William Hughes Ridsdale. h. 1831. Sixth Form, 
1848-50. Smythe Exhib. Christ's Coll., Camb. Stroke of 
College Boat. B.A. 1854. Joined the 9th Foot, 1855. Served 
in the Jowaki Campaign of 1877-8, in command of the 2nd 
Battalion of his regiment. Medal with clasp. Also in the 
Afghan War, 1878-80, in the operations in the Khyber Pass, the 
relief of Sherpur and affair of Saidabad. Medal with clasp. 
Lieutenant-Colonel, retired 1881. 

ScooNES, Henry Dalton. 1845-51. Son of Major Edward Scoones. 
Joined the 49th Foot. Served in the Crimea, and was present 
at the siege and fall of Sebastopol, and assaults on the Redan. 
Medal with clasp, and Turkish Medal. Captain. Retired 1862. 
Resides at Quarry Moor House, near Ripon. 

Smith, Edward Thomas. 1845-54. Son of Thomas Smith. Sixth 
Form. Cricket Eleven. Smythe and Fisher Exhibs. Brasenose 



66 Tonhridge School a.d. 1845. 

Coll., Oxford. B.A. Called to the Bar, 1862. Practised at 
the Kent Sessions. Afterwards Magistrate of the Falkland 
Islands, then of British Guiana, and then a District Judge in 
Jamaica, d. 1882. 

Smith, Horatio Bolton. 1845-7. Third son of 'William Bolton 
Smith, h. 1831. Univ. Coll., Durham. Lie. Theol. Ordained 
1854. Formerly Kector of High Laver, Essex ; then of New- 
castle, West Limerick. Since 1872 Yicar of Wymering and 
Eector of Widley, Hants. 

Stileman, Eobert. 1845-7. Son of Eichard Stileman. Major. 
Eesides at Winchelsea. 

Turner, Samuel Wilham. 1845-52. Son of Samuel Turner, h. 
1834. Oriel Coll., Oxford. B.A. 1857. Ordained 1858. For- 
merly Curate of Holy Trinity, Westminster ; Consular Chaplain 
at Amoy, China ; afterwards successively Curate of Sunderland ; 
of Holy Trinity, Greenwich; and of St. Mary Magdalen, 
Peckham. Since 1872 Eector of Great and Little Ellingham, 
Norfolk. 

Vallance, James Attwood. 1845-6. Son of Thomas Vallance. 
Died 1857, in his 20th year. 



EASTEB TEEM, 1846. 

Adcock, George. 1846-9. Son of William Eobert Adcock. Was a 
Medical Student at Guy's Hospital, d. 1860. 

Ash, John George Hele. 1846. Son of the Eev. John George Ash. 
St. Bees Theol. Coll., 1855. Ordained 1857. Has held the 
Curacies of Distington ; Appledore ; Boughton; Hewelsfield, and 
Beachley. Since 1878, Vicar of Eumburgh, Halesworth, Suffolk. 

Ash, Eichard Eobert Drummond. 1846-8. Son of the Eev. John 
George Ash. Cricket Eleven. Jesus Coll., Camb. B.A. 1852. 
M.A. 1856. Ordained 1852. Formerly Curate of St. Andrew 
and All Saint's, Barnwell, and subsequently of Oundle. Since 
1860, Vicar of Cocking, Sussex. 

Ash, Selby Attree Home. 1846-54. Son of the Eev. John George 
Ash, Cricket Eleven. Jesus Coll., Camb. B.A. 1859. Ordained 
1860. Was Curate of Hadleigh, Suffolk, d. 1870. 

Blackmore, George Lear. 1846-50. Son of Edward Blackmore. 
Was a Sailor, first in the General Screw Steam Shipping, and 
then in the Peninsular and Oriental Company. Then gave up 
the sea and travelled about the world. Now in Colorado, 
U.S.A. 

Catt, William, (has assumed the name of Willett in place of Catt). 
1846-8. Eldest son of Wilham Catt, (now Willett). Formerly a 
Brewer. Eesides at Brighton. 

Crafts, Howard. 1846. Son of John Crafts. 



A.D. 1846. Register. 67 

Dalison, Charles Burrell. 1846-53. Fifth son of MaximiHan 
Dudley Diggs Dahson. Z). 1835. Mert. Coll., Oxford. Formerly 
a Member of the Stock Exchange. Besides in London. 

Denne, Edward William. 1846. Son of the Kev. David Denne. 
Trin. Coll., Camb. Deceased. 

Perrey, Henry Kobert Tootell. 1846. Son of Kobert Perry, d. 
cir. 1870. 

Shepherd, Francis Henry Heyman. 1846. Son of the Eev. 
Edward John Shepherd. 

Smyth, Ealph. 1846-8. Eldest son of Captain Eobert Smyth 
(of Gaybrook). Cricket Eleven. Joined the 17th Foot, 1850. 
Captain, 1855. Served at the siege of Sebastopol, the assaults 
of the Eedan, and the Bombardment and surrender of Kinburn. 
(Medal with clasp, Turkish Medal and Order of Medjidie.) 
Eetired 1857. J. P. and D.L. for County Westmeath. Served 
as High Sheriff in 1880. Eesides at Gaybrook, Westmeath, 
Ireland. 

Stilwell, Edward. 1846. Son of George Stilwell. Died many 
years ago. 

Stilwell, Eobert Eatheram. 1846-9. Son of George Stilwell. 
Mem. Eoy. Coll. Surg. Eng. 1856. M.D. Univ. St. Andrew's, 
1858. Practises at Beckenham. 



SUMMER TERM, 1846. 



Lawrence, Charles Eichard Lucas. 1846-51. Son of Alfred Chandler 
Lawrence. Sixth Form, 1849-51. Judd Exhib. Cricket Eleven. 
Scholar of Trin. Hall, Camb. Died at College. 

Leggett, Francis Charles. 1846-9. Second son of Major-General 
Joseph Leggett. h. 1833. x\dmitted a Solicitor. Went to 
New Zealand, and practised there for some time. Has now 
retired from the profession, and resides at Auckland, New 
Zealand. 

Melvill, Maxwell. 1846-51. Second son of the Eev. Henry 
Melvill (Canon of St. Paul's). Sixth Form, 1847-51. Head 
Boy, 1849-51. Judd Exhib. Cricket Eleven. Scholar of Trin. 
Coll., Camb., and Bell University Scholar. Afterwards at 
Haileybury College (passed out Head). Entered the Bombay 
Civil Service, 1855. Judge of the High Court at Bombay from 
1869 to 1884. Now a Member of Council of the Bombay Presi- 
dency and a Companion of the Order of the Star of India. 

Menpes, James Wltherden. 1846. Son of Eichard Menpes. A 
Solicitor. Practised at Maidstone, d. 1885. 

Pierce, John Cruttall Musgrave. 1846-51. Elder son of Samuel 
Eyles Pierce. Was in business at a cotton-mill at Manchester, 
but gave it up through ill-health, d. 1868. 
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68 Tonbridge School a.d. 1846. 

Peocter, James Cooper. 1846-7. Afterwards with a Private Tutor. 
Only son of James Procter, h. 1833. Mem. Koy. Coll. Sm^g., 
Eng. Practises at Lydd, Kent. 

EiDSDALE, Windham Powell Standford. 1846-50. Third son of 
George WilHam Hughes Eidsdale. h. 1836. In the Merchant 
Navy. Was drowned in Table Bay, Cape of Good Hope, when 
in command of the Eoyal Mail Steamship, Natal, 1866. 

Thompson, James. 1846. Son of the Eev. George Hodgson 
Thompson. 

Walker, Oliver Ormerod. 1846-50. Only son of Oliver Ormerod 
Walker, b. 1833. J.P. and D.L. of Lancaster. High Sheriff, 
1876. Contested Bury in the Conservative interest, 1874. 
M.P. for Salford, 1877 to 1880. Colonel of the 3rd Battalion, 
Lancashire Fusiliers, (Vol. Batt.). Eesides at Chesham in 
Lancashire. 

Willis, Frederick Eobertson. 1846-51. Son of Charles WilHs. 
Deceased. 

CHRISTMAS TEBM, 1846. 

Alexander, William Stuart. 1846. Son of William Stuart 
x\lexander. Trin. Coll., Camb. Entered the Bengal Artillery, 
1858. Died at Allahabad, 1868. 

Balderston, Walter Urquhart. 1846-9. Son of Thomas Francis 
Balderston. b. 1832. Studied for the Law but did not follow 
the profession. Went to India where he died in 1860. 

Beeching, Cecil Thomas. 1846-52. Second son of Thomas 
Beeching. b. 1835. Eesides at Teddington. 

Brackenbury, Henry. 1846- . Son of William Brackenbury. b. 
1837. Entered the Eoyal Artillery, 1856. Major General, 1885. 
Served in the Indian Mutiny Campaign, 1858. Present at the 
Battle of Banda, and capture of Kirw^ee. Medal with clasp. 
In the Franco-German War of 1870-1 was attached to the Brit. 
Nat. Soc. for aid to the sick and wounded. Officer of the 
Legion of Honour. A Knight of the Bavarian Order of St. 
Michael. Iron Cross. Served also in the Ashantee War, 1874. 
Present at the Battle of Amoaful and capture of Coomassie. 
Mentioned in despatches. Medal with clasp. Brevets of 
Major and Lieutenant Colouel. Served also in the South 
African War, 1879-80, acting as Chief of the Staff during the 
closing operations of the Zulu War, in the operations against 
Secocoeni, and at the capture of his stronghold. Mentioned in 
despatches. Medal with clasp. Companion of the Bath. 
Served also in the Soudan Expedition as Deputy Adjutant, and 
Quarter Master General on the Nile, and commanded the Eiver 
Column after the death of General Earle. Present at the 
action of Kirbekan. Mentioned twice in despatches. Pro- 
Major General. Now Deputy Quarter Master General, 
(IntelHgence Branch). 



A.D. 1846. Register. 69 

CoLLETT, Henry. 1846-52. Son of William Collett. h. 1836. 
Joined the 51st Bengal Native Infantry, 1855. Served in the 
Indian Frontier Expedition of 1858 ; present at the actions of 
Chinghi and Sittana. Medal with clasp. Served also in the 
Indian Mutiny Campaign, 1857-8. Was present at the storm- 
ing and captm-e of Fort Eampoor Russia, &c. Medal. Served 
also in the Cossyah and Jyntiah Hills Campaign, 1862-3; 
present at the capture of several stockades. Severely wounded. 
Mentioned in despatches. Served also in the Abyssinian Ex- 
pedition, 1867-8. Twice mentioned in despatches. Medal. 
Served also in the Afghan War, 1878-80. Present at the 
forcing of the Peiwar Kotal, the operations in Khost and 
round Cabul, the march to Candahar, and Battle. Three times 
mentioned in despatches. Medal with three clasps, bronze 
star, brevet of Lieutenant-Colonel, and C.B. Now Deputy 
Adjutant-General for Bengal. Colonel. 

Daubeny, Eobert. 1816-8. Son of James Daubeny. A French boy. 

Dkuce, Alfred William. 1816-9. Son of William Bruce. Besides 
at Ealing. 

Deuce, Walter WilHam. 1846-9. Son of Charles Druce. Of the 
Phoenix Distillery, Mile End, London. 

Flower, Wickham. 1846-52. Eldest son of John Wickham Flower. 
Cricket Eleven. A Solicitor in London. 

FoRSHALL, Francis Hyde. 1846-9. Son of Josiah Forshall. Mem. 
Eoy. Coll. Surg., 1855. Mem. Eoy. Coll. Phys. Edin., 1863. 
Practises at Highgate. 

Hammond, Charles. 1846. Son of Henry Hammond. 

Howell, Arthur Pearse. 1846-52. Son of Thomas Howell. Sixth 
Form, 1850-2. Judd Exhib. Cricket Eleven. Exeter Coll., 
Oxford. 1st cl. Mods. ; 2nd cl. Lit. Hum. B.A. 1857. Fere- 
day Fellow of St. John's Coll., Oxford. M.A. 1872. Entered 
the Bengal Civil Service, 1857. Commissioner of the Nerbudda 
District, Central India. 

HuNNYBUN, James. 1846-50. Second son of Thomas Hunnybun. 
h. 1832. Cricket Eleven. Smythe Exhib. Caius Coll., Camb. 
B.A. 1855. M.A. 1858. Ordained 1856. Has held Senior 
Curacies at Kettering, and Hadleigh. Since 1879 Eector of 
Holton St. Mary, Colchester, and Vicar of Shelley, Ipswich. 

Jessopp, Joseph Frederick. 1846-8. Only son of Joseph Jessopp. 
h. 1833. Formerly a Solicitor at Waltham Abbey. Magis- 
trates' Clerk of Waltham Abbey, Gheshunt, and Edmonton 
Petty Sessions. Captain of the Essex Yeomanrv Cavalry. 
± 1875. 

Jones, Fitzhardinge. 1846-5 . Son of Henry Jones. Joined the 
12th Lancers in 1852. Afterwards in the 1st Dragoon Guards. 
Served with the former regiment in the Saugor and Nerbudda 
Field Force during the Indian Mutiny Campaign, 1858-9. 
Present at the Battle of Banda. Severely wounded in six 



70 Tollbridge School a.d. 1846. 

places. Also present at the actions of Jegunge, Kobra, and 
Lowherie, and some minor affairs. Medal with clasp. Retired, 
as Captain, 1867. Now in Otago, New Zealand. 

LowDELL, Sydney. 1846-7. Son of George Lowdell. Eesides at 

Lingfield, Surrey. 
LuARD, Charles Henry. 1846-7. Son of John Luard. h. 1837. 

Joined the Bengal Engineers, 1855. Lieutenant-Colonel, E.E., 

1881. 
PucKLE, William. 1846-50. Fourth son of Richard Ruckle, h. 

1835. Attached to the Hospital Staff in the Crimean War, 

1855. Many years Major in the Isle of Wight x\rtillery Militia. 

d. 1886. 
Stevens, Henry Bingham. 1846-53. Son of Henry Stevens. 

Sixth Form, 1851-3. Judd Exhib. Cricket Eleven. Emman. 

Coll., Camb. In the College Boat. Sen. Opt. Math. Trip. 

B.A. 1857. M.A. 1860. Ordained 1858. Has held the 

Curacies of Thatcham and Curridge, Berks; St. Lawrence, 

Reading, and the Rectory of St. Mary's, Chatham. Since 1883 

Vicar of Darenth, Kent. 
Stevenson, Frank. 1846-52. Son of James Stevenson. Joined 

the 45th Madras Native Infantry, 1853. Died at Prome, 1857. 
Stevenson, James. 1846-51. Son of James Stevenson. Joined 

the 33rd Bengal Native Infantry, 1853. Went through the 

Indian Mutiny Campaign, including the assault and capture of 

Delhi. Medal. Retired 1870, when Captain. Resides in 

London. 

EASTEB TERM, 1847. 

Castle, Charles Thomas. 1847-8. Son of Charles Castle. Joined 
the Royal Canadian Rifles, 1851. Afterwards joined the 17th 
Foot. Retired 1852. 

Friend, George. 1847. Son of George Friend. 

Hankin, Daniel Bell. 1847-9. Son of Daniel Hankin. h. 1834. 
St. Aidan's Theol. Coll., 1860. Ordained 1859'. Has held 
Curacies at Liverpool, Lydney, and St. Mary's, Islington ; also 
the Vicarage of Christ Church, Ware. Since 1875 Vicar of St. 
Jude's, Mildmay Park, London. 

Hartwell, Charles. 1847-9. Son of John Hartwell. Resides in 
London. 

Humphry, Edward Wood. 1847-9. Third son of George Humphry. 
h. 1832. Cricket Eleven. The above and his six brothers were 
all, in turn, long-stops to the School Cricket Eleven. After- 
wards at Addiscombe Mil. Coll., gained the Prize Sword. 
Entered the Bengal Engineers, 1852. Served throughout the 
Indian Mutiny, including the Allumbagh, under Gen. Outram, 
and the siege and ca^Dture of Lucknow, under Lord Clyde. 



A.D. 1847. Register, 71 

Severely wounded. Mentioned in despatches. Medal with, 
clasp. Retired in 1868, owing to ill-health. Since 1870 Captain 
of Invalids of the Eoyal Chelsea Hospital, with rank of Major. 

Joyce, Charles. 1847-8. Son of Charles Joyce. 

Kelly, Fitzroy. 1847-9. Younger son of James Birch Kelly, h. 
1833. Trin. Coll., Camb. Prizes for Latin Declamation and 
English Oration. 2nd cl. Class. Trip. B.A. 1856. M.A. 1860. 
Called to the Chancery Bar (Lincoln's Inn), 1868. Lecturer in 
Equity to the Incorporated Law Society. Made a remarkable 
speech in the Banda and Kirwee case, 1866. Owing to ill- 
health, went to Ceylon, where he practised, d. 1877. 

Kensit, George. 1847-50. Son of Thomas Glover Kensit (For- 
merly Clerk to the Skinners' Company). Deceased. 

Mawley, Henry John. 1847-9. Son of Henry Mawley. Deceased. 

Shuldham, Molyneux. 1847-8. Son of Molyneux Shuldham. Of 
no business or profession. Resides at Crawley, Sussex. 

TuKE, Arthur. 1847-8. Fifth son of Francis Tuke. h. 1832. Major. 
In command of the armed Constabulary in New Zealand. 

TuKE, Stratford. 1847. Sixth son of Francis Tuke. h. 1834. 
Formerly in the Royal Navy. Served in the Baltic Fleet, in 
the Majestic, during the War with Russia, 1854. Baltic Medal. 
As Senior Lieutenant of the Pelorus, was present at the attack 
on Tungwha, and destruction of five junks ; also in command of 
the expedition to Changchow, when attacked by rebels. Twice 
mentioned in despatches. Commanded the Bifleman at the 
capture of the Fort of Mombara, East Africa. Captain retired. 
At present a Travelling Inspector of the Privy Council (Ireland) . 

SUMMER TEEM, 1847. 

Barker, Edgar. 1847-9. Son of Edgar Barker. Mem. Roy. Coll. 

Surg., 1856. Practises in London. 
DoDD, Thomas Francis. 1847- . Son of Ambrose Thomas Sturges 

Dodd. Settled at Leeston, Canterbury, New Zealand. 

Monk, Arthur. 1847-53. Son of Robert Monk (Writing and Arith- 
metic Master at Tonbridge School). A farmer at Little Trench, 
Tonbridge. 

Oliver, George WiUiam. 1847-54. Eldest son of George Oliver. 
h. 1836. Sixth Form, 1852-4. Smythe Exhib. Scholar of 
Christ's Coll., Camb. 3rd cl. Class. Trip. B.A. 1858. 
M.A. 1863. Ordained 1859. Has held the Curacies of Ward- 
ington, Oxon ; St. Peter's, Bedford ; St. Barnabas, Kensington ; 
St. Neot's, Hunts ; St. John Baptist, Kensington ; also the Chap- 
laincy of the Berkshire Asylum. He succeeded his brother, the 
Rev. H. A. G. Oliver (Old Tonbridgian) as Head Master of St. 
John's Wood School, London. 

Twiss, Charles Edward. 1847. Son of James Paterson Twiss. 
Entered the Merchant Navy, and died young. 



72 Tonhridge School a.d. 1847. 

ViNALL, Edward. 1847-50. Son of the Eev. Edward Vinall. d. 
1850. 

CHBISTMAS TEEM, 1847. 

BiGSBY, George Gordon Chamberlin. 1847-50. Son of the Eev. 

Charles Bigsby. Afterwards at Marlborough College. Entered 

the Eoyal Engineers, 1858. d. 1874. 
Brydon, William Holme. 1847-9. Son of James Brydon. Joined 

the Bombay xlrtillery, 1855. With the Persian Expeditionary 

Force in 1856-7. Present at the landing at Hallilah Bay, the 

storming and capture of Bushire, and the Surrender of Bushire. 

Present as Assistant to the Head of the Intelligence Department 

at the capture of Mohumra. Medal with clasp. Eetired 

1860. 
Burgess, Eobert Edward. 1847-53. Son of the Eev. Eobert 

Burgess. Died young, from an injury caused by a fall on the 

ice. 
BuREA, James Salkeld. 1847-57. Youngest son of Wilham Burra. 

Sixth Form, 1854-7. Judd Exhib. Univ. Coll., Oxford. 2nd 

cl. Mods. 3rd cl. Lit. Hum. B.A. 1861. M.A. 1864. J.P. 

for Kent. Banker at Ashford. 
Catt, Alfred (has assumed the name of Willett in place of Catt). 

Second son of Wilham Catt (now Willett). b. 1837. Fell. Eoy. 

Coll. Surg., 1862. Practises in London. 
Durst, John. 1847-50. (At King's College School, 1851-5). Elder 

son of John Durst, b. 1836. Scholar of Caius Coll., Camb. 

Sen. Opt. Math. Trip. B.A. 1859. M.A. 1862. Ordained 1859. 

Has held the Curacies of St. Stephen's, Norwich, and Mattis- 

hall ; the Vicarage of St. Peter per Mountergate, Norwich ; 

the Eectory of North Lynn, with Vicarage of King's Lynn. 

Since 1882, Vicar of Bredhurst, Chatham. 
Earle, Eobert Henry. 1847-50. Son of Eobert Earle. St. John's 

Coll., Oxford. B.A. 1856. M.A. 1860. Ordained, 1858. 

Curate in Charge of Minster Lovell from 1859 to 1867, since 

which time he has held the Eectory of Kencott, Lechlade. 

Earle, William. 1847-52. Son of Eobert Earle. Sixth Form, 

1851-2. St. John's Coll., Oxford. Drowned in the Isis while 

an undergraduate, in 1854. 
Eraser, William Francis. 1847-52. Elder son of the Eev. Wilham 

Eraser, b. 1834. Emman. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1858. M.A. 

1868. Ordained, 1857. Has held the Curacies of Coggeshall 

and of Stisted, Essex ; also the Vicarage of White Notley in the 

same county. Eesides at Witham, Essex. 
Helsham, Douglas. 1847-9. Son of Eichard Helsham. Went to 

New South Wales and died at Sydney in 1885. 
Langton, Henry. 1847-51. Son of John Edwards Langton. 



A.D. 1848. Register. 73 

Newington, George. 1847-51. Younger son of Samuel Wilmott 
Newington. h. 1836. Admitted a Solicitor, 1861. Practises 
in London. 

PoYNDER, Robert, 1847-8. (iVfterwards at King's College, London, 
and Moore College, New South Wales). Eldest son of George 
Poyuder. h. 1834. Ordained, 1866. Formerly a Clergyman 
in Victoria, Australia. Since 1883, Curate of Greyfriars, 
Eeading. 

RoTHWELL, Thomas. 1847-50. Eldest son of Richard Rothwell, 
J.P. and D.L. h. 1834. Magd. Coll., Oxford. B.A. 1857. 
Resides on his estate of Rockfield, Kells, Ireland. J.P. and 
D.L. for the County of Meath. High Sheriff in 1867. 

Walford, Frederic. 1847-8. (Afterwards at Charterhouse and 
Durham Schools). Son of the Rev. Wilham Walford. h. 1835. 
An architect. 

Welland, Albert Stanley. 1847-52. Joined the 67th Foot in 
1855. Retired 1857. Deceased. 

Yaldwyn, Burton. 1847-52. Second son of William Henry 
Yaldwyn. h. 1837. Joined the Bengal Artillery, 1857. Major, 
R.A., 1875. Served in the campaign in China in 1860, 
including the capture of the entrenched camp at Sinho, and the 
assault and capture of the Taku Forts. Medal with clasp. 
Retired 1882. 

Yaldwyn, Wilham. 1847-52. Eldest son of Wilham Henry 
Yaldwyn. h. 1835. Went to Moreton Bay, (now Queensland), 
in 1856, and entered on the business of a Squatter. Nominated 
a Member of the Legislative Council in 1868, and resigned in 
1877, on acceptiDg the appointment of Police Magistrate of 
Dalby. Promoted to Ipswich in 1882. 

EASTEB TEEM, 1848. 

Beeching, Arthur Thomas. 1848-53. Youngest son of Horatio 
Beeching. b. 1836. Banker at Tonbridge, Tunbridge Wells, 
and Hastings. J.P. for Kent. Resides at Ferox Hall, Ton- 
bridge. 

Hammond, William. 1848-9. Son of Henry Hammond. Admitted 
a Solicitor, 1858. Practised in London, d. 1876. 

Hards, Alfred. 1848-9. (Afterwards at the College School, Maid- 
stone). Second son of John Hards, b. 1835. First went to 
sea, then engaged in trade at Yalding, Kent. 

Hards, John Thomas. 1848-9. Eldest son of John Hards, b. 
1833. Studied Medicine at Guy's Hospital, London. Went to 
New Zealand as Doctor on board ship for the sake of his health. 
Died at Tahiti on the return voyage, 1854. 

Harward, Coningsby Michael. 1848- . Fourth son of the Rev. 
John Netherton Harward. b. 1835. Joined the 12th Foot, 
1854. Captain 13th Foot, 1861. Retired, 1864. 



74 Toyibridge School a.d. 1848. 

Hopkins, Charles. 1848-53. Youngest son of William Bonner 
Hopkins, h. 1834. Smythe Exhib. Scholar of St. Cath. 
Coll., Camb. 3rd cl. Class. Trip. B.A. 1857. M.A. 1860. 
Ordained, 1858. Has held Curacies at Aylestone and Broseley ; 
also the Vicarage of Duddington, the Eectory of Polebrook, and 
the Domestic Chaplaincy to the late Bishop of Peterborough. 
Since 1871, Vicar of Oundle, and 1879 Rural Dean of Oundle 
Eirst Deanery. 

Langton, Philip Sidney. 1848-53. Son of John Edwards Langton. 

McQueen, David. 1848-50. Second son of Captain Earquhar 
McQueen. Went to China and died there. 

McQueen, Earquhar. 1848-50. Eldest son of Captain Earquhar 
McQueen. Now of the Union Bank, Sydney, New South 
Wales. 

MoRFiLL, WilHam Richard. 1848-53. Eldest son of William Mor- 
fill. h. 1834. Sixth Eorm, 1850-3. Head Boy. Judd Exhib. 
Oriel Coll., Oxford. 1st cl. Mods. B.A. 1857. M.A. 1860. 
Ilchester Lecturer in Slavonic Languages at Oxford for the 
years 1870, 1873, 1883. Author of " Ballads relating to the 
Reign of Ehzabeth " (Edited for the Ballad Society) 1873; 
** Russia " in the series " Eoreign Countries and British 
Colonies " 1880, '' Early Slavonic Literature," 1883 ; 
** Grammar of the Polish Language " (Triibner's Series), 1884 ; 
and the articles on Polish and Russian History and Literature 
in the ** Encyclopaedia Britannica." 

Nicholson, William Newcome. 1848-50. Son of the Rev. John 
Armitage Nicholson. Cricket Eleven. Trin. Coll., Dublin. 
B.A. 1854. M.A. 1858. Of no profession. Generally resides 
abroad. 

Streatfeild, Richard John. 1848-50. Fourth and youngest son of 
Henry Streatfeild. h. 1833. Cricket Eleven. Christ Church 
Coll., Oxford. Played in the Oxford University and Kent 
County Cricket Elevens, d. 1877. 

Toller, Alfred Weyman. 1848-50. Son of Edward Toller. 
Admitted a Solicitor, 1859. Practised in London. Died about 
1875. 

Whitehead, Arthur. 1848-51. Second son of John Whitehead. 
Trin. Coll, Dub. B.A. 1854, and M.A., (by incorporation), 
Exeter Coll., Oxford, 1856. In Holy Orders. Has been Curate 
of St. George's, Ramsgate; Minister of St. Mary's Chapel of 
Ease, Ramsgate, and since 1871, Vicar of St. Peter's, Isle of 
Thanet, and Rural Dean of Westbere. 

Whitehead, Charles. 1848. Eldest son of John Whitehead, h. 
1835. A Eellow of the Linnean, Geographical, Antiquaries, and 
Geological Societies. Member of Council of the Royal 
Agricultural Society. Author of Reports upon Insects injurious 
to Agricultural Crops, prepared for the Agricultural Department 
of the Privy Council, and many treatises on Agricultural 



A.D. 1848. Register. 75 

Subjects. Also of ''The evil influences of Settlement and 
Entail," "Night Schools," (Cobden Club Leaflets), and other 
works. J. P. and D.L. for Kent. Besides at Barming House, 
Maidstone. 



SUMMER TERM, 1848. 

AcwoRTH, WilHam Pelham. 1848-51. Second son of George 
Acworth. /;. 1835. Scholar of Corpus Christi Coll., Camb. 
B.A. 1860. M.A. 1864. Has held the Curacies of Welborne 
and Thorpe in Norfolk. At present. Curate of Watermoor, 
Cirencester. 

Brown, Walter Stewart. 1848-54. Fifth son of Gentle Brown. 
h. 1837. Formerly Lieutenant in the 4th (King's Own) 
Eegiment. Staff Officer. Eetired through ill health. Now at 
Halifax, Nova Scotia. 

Burgess, Thomas WooUey. 1848-51. Sixth son of John Oakley 
Burgess, J. P. Served as a First class Volunteer in H.M.S. 
Transit, in the Crimean War, and was present at the capture of 
Sebastopol. (Medal.) Afterwards served in the Eoyal West 
Indian Mail Company. Has since been a settler successively in 
West Australia, New Zealand, and (at present) in the Eepubhc 
of Uruguay. 

Flower, Philip Wilham. 1848-54. Second son of John Wickham 
Flower. Cricket Eleven. Iron and Tin-plate Master in South 
Wales. _ Formerly President of the Tin-plate Masters' 
Association. J. P. for Glamorganshire. Author of "From 
Ocean to Ocean," and "A History of Tin and Tin-plates." 

Humphry, Joseph Godfrey. 1848-52. Fourth son of George 
Humphry. Sixth Form, 1851-2. Cricket Eleven, (one of seven 
brothers, all of whom were, in turn, long stops to the School 
Eleven.) 

Mello, John Magens. 1848-53. Son of John Arnold Mello. St. 
John's Coll., Oxford. B.A. 1859. M.A. 1863. In Holy Orders. 
Formerly Curate of All Saint's, Derby. Since 1863, Eector of 
Brampton, Chesterfield. Acting Chaplain to the 2nd Derby 
Eifle Volunteers ; Local Secretary to the Society of Antiquaries ; 
Fell. Geol. Soc, and Mem. Sci. Soc, of Brussels. Author of 
"Holy Scripture and Modern Science," and "A Handbook to 
the Geology of Derbyshire." 

NoTTiDGE, William. 1845-57. Third son of George Nottidge. 

Emman. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1861. In Holy Orders, d. 1865. 
Pellatt, Frederick Wilham. 1848-50. Youngest son of Mill 

Pellatt. 6. 1834. Leather Machine Manufacturer, in London. 
SiKES, John Churchill. 1848-50. (x\fterwards at Harrow School). 

Youngest son of the Eev. Thomas Sikes. h. 1837. Scholar of 
■ Queens' Coll., Camb. B.A. 1865. Ll.M. 1874. Certificate of 

Merit of the Incorporated Law Society. Ordained 1864 after 



7^ Tonhridge School a.d. 1848. 

practising as a Solicitor. Has held Curacies at Edgmond, 
Salop; St. Michael and St. Andrew's, Derby; St. Philip's, Earl's 
Court; the Chaplaincy of the Surrey District Schools; also the 
Curacies of Hornchurch, Essex, and Chevening, Kent. 
Trustkam, Wilham Prince. 1848-53. Only son of Charles 
Trustram. h. 1837. A Solicitor. Practised at Tonbridge 
Wells and London, d. 1875. 

CHRISTMAS TEBM, 1848. 

Alforu, Bradley Hurt. 1848-55. Second son of the Eev. Henry 
Alford. h. 1837. Sixth Form, 1853-5. Head Boy. Judd 
Exhib. Scholar of Trin. Coll., Camb. 2nd cl. Class. Trip. 
B.A. 1859. M.A. 1862. Ordained 1862. Has been Curate of 
St. Michael's, Pimlico; Vicar of Leavenheath, Essex; and Curate 
in charge of Holy Trinity, Hoxton. Since 1877, Vicar of St. 
Luke's, Nutford Place, London. 

Besley, Frederick Eobert. 1848-51. Son of Frederick Besley. 
Wharfinger, Nicholson's Wharf, London. 

BuDD, Edward. 1848-9. Son of Henry Budd. 

GuiLLE, Philip MacLaurin. 1848-53. Son of Philip Guille. Sixth 
Form, 1851-3. Judd Exhib. Cricket Eleven. Scholar of 
Emman. Coll., Camb. Joined the Eoyal Artillery, cl. cir. 1860. 

Hallowes, Arthur Coleman. 1848-53. Son of Thomas Hallowes. 

Joined the 38th Foot, 1855. Served in the Indian Mutiny 

Campaign. Present at the storming and capture of Meeangunge, 

the siege and capture of Lucknow, and affairs of Barree and 

Nuggar. Medal with clasp. Eetired 1873. Deceased. 
Hallowes, Francis. 1848-52. Son of Thomas Hallowes. Settled 

in New Zealand. 
Helsham, Gustavus. 1848-9. Son of Eichard Helsham. Eesides 

at King's Lynn. J. P. for Norfolk. 
Herklots, Gerard Andreas. 1848-52. Only son of Gerard Andreas 

Herklots. h. 1833. Cricket Eleven, Judd Exhib. Exeter 

Coll., Oxford. B.A. 1856. M.A. 1859. Ordained 1858. 

Formerly Curate of Hampstead. Since 1872, Vicar of St. 

Saviour's, South Hampstead. 
Hill, John. 1848-9. Son of John Hill. 
HiNDE, Walter Henry. 1848-51. Son of Henry Hinde. Admitted 

a Solicitor, 1858. Practises at Sheffield. 
King, Knowles. 1848-50. Eldest son of Knowles King. h. 1834. 

Caius Coll., Camb., and King's Coll., London. Mem. Eoy. Coll. 

Surg. Practised at Otago, New Zealand, d. 1861. 
Lindsay, Henry Alexander. 1848-50. (Assumed the name of 

Carnegie, in addition to Lindsay.) Joined the Bengal Engineers, 

1856. Served in the Lidian Mutiny Campaign at Dellii and 

Lucknow. Severely wounded. Eetired 1859. 



A.D. 1849. Register. 77 

PucKLE, Benjamin Whitmore. 1848- . Fifth son of Eichard 
Puckle. h. 1836. Sometime Captain in the Isle of Wight 
Artillery Militia. Afterwards engaged in the Ee venue Survey 
of Madras, d, 1876. 

EiDSDALE, Henry Eussell Symons. 1848-53. Fourth son of George 
William Hughes Eidsdale. h. 1838. Mem. Eoy. Coll. Surg. 
Practised as a Surgeon on the Eoyal West Indian Mail 
Steamers, d. 1865. 

Ward, Samuel Meire. 1848-53. Youngest son of the Eev. 

Benjamin Ward. h. 1835. Sixth Form, 1852-3. Tancred 

Medical Student and Scholar of Caius Coll., Camb. B.A. and 
M.B. 1858. Mem. Eoy. Coll. Phys. d. 1874. 

EASTER TEBM, 1849. 

Baxter, Michael Paget. 1849-51. Trin. Coll., Camb. Ordained 
1860. Editor of the " Christian Herald." A Lecturer on the 
Fulfilment of Prophecy. 

BouLTON, Frederick. 1849-50. Son of Thomas Boulton. Cricket 
Eleven. 

CoMMiNS, Charles Lilburn. 1849. Only son of the Eev. Joseph 
Edyvean Commins. Since 1853, Clerk-assistant to the 
Legislative Council of the Colony of Victoria, Australia. 

Marshall, Charles Lloyd. 1849. (Afterwards at Hertford 
Grammar School). Eldest son of Frederick Marshall. h. 
1833. A Medical Assistant, d. 1880. 

Paget, Frederick Arthur. 1849. Son of Frederick Paget. 

Smith, George Frederick. 1849-50. Third son of Edward William 
Smith, h. 1834. Formerly in the Bank of England. 

Smith, Sidney Coleridge. 1849-53. Fourth son of Edward Wilham 
Smith, h. 1839. Went to sea, first in Messrs. Green's East 
Indiamen, then in the ships of the Peninsular and Oriental 
Company, in which service he became First Officer. Then went 
to Gloucester Theol. Coll., 1868. Ordained 1870. Has held 
the Curacies of Long Aston near Bristol ; Wimborne Minster ; 
East and West Stowers, Dorset ; and Pitcombe, Somerset. 

Warlters, John. 1849-50. Son of Thomas Warlters. Died many 
years ago. 

Webber, Edward John. 1849. Third son of William Webber. 
Joined the Bengal Infantry, (general list,) 1859. Afterwards in 
the 10th Bengal Cavalry. Eetired as Captain, 1869. 

Webber, Preston Hugh. 1849. Second son of William Webber. 
Went to Tasmania, where he died, 1885. 

Webber, Wilham Thomas Thornhill. 1849. Eldest son of Wilham 
Webber. Pemb. Coll., Oxford. B.A. 1859. M.A. 1862. 
Ordained 1860. Formerly Curate of Chiswick; then Vicar of 
St. John the Evangelist, Holborn, London. Consecrated Bishop 
of Brisbane, 1885. 



78 Tonhridge School a.d. 1849. 

SUMMER TEEM, 1849. 

Ash, Eobert Halcott Paul. 1849-54. Youngest son of the Eev. 
John George Ash. b. 1839. In the Indian Navy previously to 
taking Holy Orders. Ordained 1864. Formerly held the 
Curacies of Bracknell and Sunniugdale, Berks; Folkestone; 
St. Michael's, Guildford; St. Mary Magdalen, Paddington; 
and the Vicarage of Emery Down, Hants. Since 1880 
Chaplain, Arley Hall, Cheshire. 

Besley, Charles Eobert. 1849-52. Son of Frederick Besley. 
Wharfinger at Nicholson's Wharf, London. 

Besley, Edward. 1849-54. Son of Frederick Besley. Wharfinger 
at Chamberlain's Wharf, London. 

BiNNEY, John Erskine. 1849-54. Son of John Binney. b. 1836. 
Sixth Form, 1853-4. Judd Exhib. Brasenose Coll., Oxford. 
Hon. 4th cl., Math. B.A. 1857. M.A. 1860. Ordained 1859. 
Has held the Curacies of Chislehurst, Kent, and Bovey Tracy, 
Devon; the Domestic Chaplaincy to the Duke of Buccleuch; 
the Curacy of Hungerford; and the Vicarage of Summertown, 
Oxford. Since 1883, Curate of All Saints, Margaret Street, 
London. 

Brown, Frederick John. 1849-54. Son of the Eev. Thomas Brown 
(Second Master of Tonhridge School), b. 1837. cl 1856. 

Caknell, Amherst. 1849-50. Son of William Carnell. Many 
years in the Merchant Navy. Drowned in the China Seas. 

Carnell, Clement John. 1849-50. Son of William Carnell. A 
Surgeon. Deceased. 

Harrison, Charles Edward George. 1849-50. Son of Thomas 
Harrison. 

May, Wilham. 1849-55. Third son of Thomas May. b. 1836. 
Sixth Form, 1855. Was a Clerk in the London and Westminster 
Bank, and afterwards in the Common Pleas Office, d. 1857. 

Eawsthorne, Charles. 1849-51. Son of Thomas Eawsthorne. 

Smith, Joseph Brandram. 1849-52. Seventh son of Benjamin 
Smith, b. 1836. Went to Australia, where he died. 

CHBISTMAS TEEM, 1849. 

Beale, Percy. 1849-50. Son of WiUiam Beale. Joined the 10th 
Foot, 1853. Served in the Indian Mutiny, 1857-8. Present 
at the Mutiny at Dinapore, the defeat of the rebels by Eyre's 
force, the action of Delour, the capture of Jugdespore, several 
actions during the advance on Lucknow, and the siege and 
capture of Lucknow. Led the party of the 10th at the storming 
of the Emaumbara and Kaisabagh. Twice mentioned in de- 
spatches. As Adjutant, was at the Eehef of Azimghur and the 
action of Chitourah. Staff-Officer in North Behar during the 
winter of 1857-8. Eetired 1865. 



A.D. 1849. Register. 79 

CuLHANE, Anthony Patrick. 1849-54. Son of Daniel Culhane. 
Schoolmaster in New South Wales, xAustralia. 

Fraser, Lewis. 1849-53. Son of WilHam Eraser. Jesus Coll., 
Camb. 2nd cl. Class. Trip. B.A. 1862. Ordained 1863. Held 
the Curacy of Holy Trinity, Tottenham. A Member of Bishop 
Tozer's University Mission to Central Africa. Died, at Zan- 
zibar, about 1880. 

Jones, George Haines. 1849-55. Only son of Thomas Jones, h. 
1837. Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1860. M.A. 1864. Called to 
the Bar (Inner Temple), 1863. Afterwards took Holy Orders. 
Curate of Portsea, 1881. Besides at Southsea. 

Jordan, John. 1849-50. Son of John Jordan. Settled in the 
Province of Wellington, New Zealand. 

Kemp, William. 1849-53. Son of Nathaniel Kemp. Joined the 
18th Foot, 1854. Served in the Crimea, and was wounded in 
an assault on the outworks of Sebastopol. Medal with clasp ; 
also Turkish Medal and Order of the Medjidie. Captain, 1866. 
Sold out, 1869. 

Leather, Alexander William Dow. 1849-53. Son of John Wignell 
Leather. Formerly a Solicitor at Leeds and London. 

Maule, Arnold. 1849-50. Second son of John Templeman Maule, 
M.D. Formerly in the Eoyal Mail Service. Afterwards in the 
Woods and Forests Service, India. Died about 1880. 

Maule, Ward. 1849-50. Eldest son of John Templeman Maule, 
M.D. Cricket Eleven. Caius Coll., Camb. Cambridge University 
Cricket Eleven, and Kent County Eleven. 2nd cl. Civil Law. 
S.C.L. 1854. Ll.B. 1870. Trin. Coll., Dublin, ad eundem 
Gradum Ll.D., 1876. Ordained 1856. Formerly a Chaplain 
on the Bombay Ecclesiastical Estabhshment at Colaba ; also 
Acting Archdeacon and Commissary, and Senior Cathedral 
Chaplain. Fellow of the Bombay University. Now residing in 
France. 

NoTTiDGE, Albert James. 1849-59. Fifth son of George Nottidge. 
h. 1840. Sixth Form, 1856-9. Judd Exhib. Ash Exhibitioner 
of Emman. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1863. M.A. 1867. Admitted a 
Solicitor, 1865. Practises at Tonbridge. W^as Hon. Secretary 
to the Committee for the Eestoration of Tonbridge Parish 
Church. 

RiDSDALE, George Lukin Badcock. 1849-54. Fifth son of George 
William Hughes Eidsdale. h. 1839. For some time a sailor, then 
a gold-digger in Australia, and finally the proprietor of a 
cotton and sugar plantation in Fiji. cl. 1877. 

Eidsdale, Septimus Otter Barnes. 1849-58. Sixth son of George 
Wilham Hughes Eidsdale. h. 1840. Sixth Form, 1854-8. 
Cricket Eleven, 1857-8. Judd Exhib. Scholar of Wadh. Coll., 
Oxford. 2nd cl. Mods. 4th cl. Lit. Hum. B.A. 1861. In the 
University Cricket Eleven, 1863 (Wicket -keep), and Coxswain of 
the University Boat, 1861. Entered the Indian Civil Service. 



80 Tonhridge School a.d. 1849. 

On the way to India rescued a man from drowning in the Nile, 
for which he received the Eoy. Hum. Soc.'s Medal. Kose to 
the position of Officiating Commissioner of Berar, Central 
India, d. 1884. 

EussELL, Charles Martin. 1849-50. Son of Henry Eussell. 

Seddon, Henry Cooper. 1849-55. Eighth and youngest son of 
Thomas Seddon. h. 1837. Cricket Eleven, joined the Eoyal 
Engineers, 1856. Served in Tasmania, 1859-64. Has been, at 
various periods. Instructor in Construction at the School of 
Mihtary Engineering, Chatham ; in charge of the Designing 
Branch at the War Office ; Superintending Engineer at Ports- 
mouth Dockyard ; Examiner to the Science and Art Depart- 
ment, South Kensington, and to the Civil Service Commission. 

Thomas, Arthur. 1849-53. Son of William Thomas. Entered the 
General Post Office as a Clerk. 

WiLLOUGHBY, Henry. 1849-51. Son of Benjamin Willoughby. 
Admitted a Solicitor, 1857. Practised in London, d. 1881. 

EASTEB TEEM, 1850. 

Baldwyn, Courtenay Frederick. 1850-3. Son of the Eev. John 
Harry Baldwyn. Settled in New Zealand. 

CuETOis, Eowland Latimer Sidney. 1850. Son of Eowland G. 
Curtois. Joined the 1st Foot, 1854. Was present at the siege 
and fall of Sebastopol. Medal with clasp, and Turkish Medal. 
Captain, 1858. Eetired 1865. 

Davis, Benjamin Goodwin. 1850-1. Son of Benjamin Davis. 
Eesides in London. 

Day, Henry Hooper. 1850-4. Son of David John Day. h. 1836. 
Joined the 88th Foot, 1854. Was present at the Battles of 
Alma, Inkerman, and Tchernaya, the siege of Sebastopol, the 
attack on the Quarries, and two attacks on the Eedan. Medal 
with clasps, and Sardinian Medal. Served through the Indian 
Mutiny Campaign, in the last action of which he was killed. 
Mentioned four times in despatches. • 

Harrison, Charles Wilham Ingleby. 1850-5. Son of Charwick 
Ingleby Harrison, h. 1839. Joined the Bengal (now the Eoyal) 
Engineers, 1858. Major, 1878. At present Superintendent 
Engineer of the Department of Public Works. Engaged on the 
Irrigation Works of the North- West Provinces and Oudh. 

Jones, Eichard. 1850-1. Eldest son of Eichard Jones, h. 1833. 
King's Coll., London. B.A. Lond. Univ. Called to the Bar 
(Lincoln's Inn), 1858. Eesides at East Wickham House, Kent. 

KiRWAN, Eobert. 1850-2. Son of Eichard Kirwan. Sixth Form, 
1851-2. Cricket Eleven. Joined the Eoyal Marine Artillery, 
1853. First in the Examination. Served on board the Ad- 
miral's ship at the Bombardment of Odessa, in the Crimean 
War, 1855. Medal. Died in England while on leave, 1856. 



A.D. 1850. Register. 81 

Leather, Frederick John. 1850-3. Son of John Towlerton Leather. 
St. John's Coll., Camb. J. P. for Yorkshire. Eesides at the 
Friary, Tickhill, Kotherham. 

Oemsby, George Frederick. 1850-2. Joined the 2nd Dragoon Guards, 
1858. Served in the Indian Mutiny Campaign. Was present 
at the actions of Azzinghur and Jamo, the siege and capture of 
Birwah, the action of Musserapore, and the Trans- Gogra 
affairs at Bungaon. Medal. Captain, retired. 

Penny, Eobert George. 1850-5. Only son of the Rev. John Penny. 
Sixth Form, 1853-5. Judd Exhib. Scholar of Oriel Coll., 
Oxford. 2nd cl. Mods. B.A. 1860. M.A. 1865. Ordained 
1861. Has held Curacies at Kibworth Beauchamp, and at 
Holy Trinity, Westminster; the Chaplaincy at Moscow (Eussia) 
from 1866 to 1879, since which he has been Curate in charge of 
Eotherfield, Sussex. 

Smith, Herbert Jowett. 1850-4. Son of Benjamin Smith. In 



America. 



SUMMER TEEM, 1850. 



Beown, Edward Alfred. 1850-9. Youngest son of Gentle Brown. 
h. 1840. Sixth Form, 1857-9. Cricket Eleven, 1858-9. Captain. 
Scholar of Caius Coll., Camb. 2nd cl. Class. Trip. B.A. 1853. 
M.A. 1866. Ordained 1867. Has held the Curacies of Bebington, 
Cheshire ; Penshurst ; and Birch-in-Eusholme. Since 1875 
Eector of Burnage, Manchester. 

BuEGESS, Henry Miles. 1850-1. (Afterwards at the Ordnance 
School, Carshalton). Youngest son of John Oakley Burgess, 
J.P. h. 1839. Joined the Eoyal Artillery, 1857. Served in 
the expedition into Arabia, and destruction of Shugra, 1866. 
Lieutenant-Colonel, 1885. 

Julian, Arthur. 1850. Son of Edwin Julian. 

Mathias, Malcolm Vincent. 1850-1. Son of Vincent Mathias. 
Went to the Province of Canterbury, New Zealand, and was 
drowned there, in crossing a swollen river, about 1860. 

MuETON, Walter. 1850-2. Second son of Walter Murton. &. 1836. 
Solicitor, 1858-75. In the Civil Service since 1875, on being 
appointed Solicitor to the Board of Trade. Author of " Wreck 
Inquiries " ; " The Law and Practice Eelating to Formal Inves- 
tigations into Shipping Casualties in the United Kingdom and 
British Possessions, and before Naval Courts." 

Nash, William. 1850-5. Eldest son of WilHam Nash. h. 1839. 
M.D. Univ. Edin., 1862. Entered the Army Medical Service, 
1863. Surgeon-Major, 1876. Served in the Afghan War, 
1878-80. Mentioned in despatches. Medal. Served also in 
the Egyptian Expedition of 1882. Medal and Bronze Star. 

G 



82 Tonhridge School a.d. 1850. 

Skipworth, Patricius Grey. 1850-4. Son of Philip Skipworth. 
h. 1836. Sixth Form, 1852-4. Head Boy. Smythe Exhib. 
Scholar of Emman. Coll., Camb. In the College Boat. Sen. 
Opt. Math. Trip, and 3rd cl. Class. Trip. B.A. 1858. M.A. 
1865. Ordained 1862. Formerly Assistant- Master successively 
of Lincoln Grammar School ; the Eoyal College, Armagh ; and 
Oakham School. Head Master of Eishworth School, York- 
shire, 1875-9. Vicar of Bonby-on-Humber from 1878 till his 
death, in 1884. 



CHRISTMAS TEBM, 1850. 

Allnutt, Charles Francis. 1850. Son of Charles Blake Allnutt. 

Beers, Wilham. 1850-3. Son of William Beers, b. 1836. Joined 
the 26th Foot, 1854. Lieutenant-Colonel retired, 1878. 

Dunning, John. 1850-6. Younger son of John Dunning, b. 1840. 
After some years in the English Civil Service (Controller's 
Department of the Customs), went out to farm in Australia. 
Eeturning home for his health died on the voyage, 1867. 

Dunning, Eichards Horwood. 1850-5. Elder son of John Dunning. 
b. 1838. Joined the 17th Foot, 1861. Served in various parts 
of the world, and retired with the rank of Major. Publicly 
thanked in Nova Scotia for rescuing a soldier from drowning, 
and also for taking charge of quarantine during a severe outbreak 
of cholera. Served in Jamaica, in 1865, during the Negro 
Eebellion, and in Canada during the Fenian Eebellion. Passed 
for the Staff, and in Hindustani. Served as Brigade-Major and 
Officer in charge of Treasury at Neemuck, Central India, 1878-81. 
On his retirement, was thanked for services in General and 
Station Orders. Eesides in North Devon. 

Johnston, Hugh William. 1850-5. Eldest son of Hugh Johnston 
b. 1837. Sixth Form, 1853-5. Smythe Exhib. Trin. Coll. 
Camb. 3rd cl. Class. Trip. B.A. 1859. M.A. 1862. Ordained 
1861. Has held the Curacies of Chaddesley Corbett, Worcester 
shire, and Salehurst, Sussex. Since 1864 Vicar of North Cray 
Kent. 

Martin, George White. 1850-1. Son of Adam Martin. Mem. Eoy 
Coll. Surg. 1859. Lie. Coll. Phys. Edin. 1860. For some time 
House Surgeon at Guy's Hospital, w4iere he held numerous 
offices, and was highly esteemed. Afterwards practised at 
Eochester. cl. 1863. 

Ottaway, William Watson. 1850-6. Son of William Ottaway. 
In business at Whitehall Place, London. 

Sammons, Edward. 1850-6. Son of James Sammons. Sixth Form, 
1854-6. Judd Exhib. Line. Coll., Oxford. A Priest at 
Brighton. 

Sheriff, John Lawrence. 1850-3. Son of Francis Sheriff. 



A.D. 1851. Register, 83 

SiMSON, Arthur Theodore. 1850-2. Thh'd son of John Simson. h. 
1840. East India Merchant, late Imperial German Consul for 
the Godavery, Kistna, Vizagapatam, and Ganjam Districts in 
the Madras Presidency. Eesides at Sydenham. 

Simson, Augustus. 1850-2. Eldest son of John Simson. A mining 
broker, &c., in Tasmania. 

Simson, Frederick John. 1850-2. Second son of John Simson. In 
the Madras Presidency, India, from 1859 to 1867. At Winton, 
Tasmania, from 1874 to 1879. Now residing at Havre, France. 

Slade, Harcourt Beresford. 1850-5. Younger son of Captain Henry 
Slade, E.A. h. 1839. Member of the London Stock Exchange. 
Resides at Putney. 

Slade, Henry George. 1850-5. Elder son of Captain Henry Slade, 
E.A. b. 1837. Formerly in business in the City of London. 
Member of the Ecclesiological Society till its dissolution. Ee- 
sides in London. 

Stoton, William Orlando. 1850-1. Son of Wilham Stoton. Cricket 
Eleven. Formerly a Solicitor in London. 

Tooth, Arthur. 1850-6. Son of Eobert Tooth. Trin. Coll., Camb. 
B. A. 1862. M.A. 1865. Ordained 1863. Has held the Curacies 
of St. Michael the Less, Lambeth, and St. Mary, Folkestone ; 
also the Ministry of St. Mary's Mission Chapel, Chisv\^ick, and 
the Vicarage of St. James', Hatcham. 

Tudor, WilHam Eapp. 1850-2. Son of Henry Tudor. Joined the 
48th Foot, 1858. Eetired 1876. 



EASTER TERM, 1851. 

Barnes, William Augustus. 1851-3. Son of John Barnes. Cricket 
Eleven. Said to be living at Eyde, Isle of Wight. 

Chaplin, Holroyd. 1851-6. Eldest son of John Clarke Chaplin. 
h. 1840. Sixth Form, 1855-6. Lond. Univ. B.A. Admitted a 
Solicitor, 1862. Practises in London. 

Humfrey, Cave. 1851-3. Son of Lebboeas Charles Humfrey. St. 
Bees Theol. Coll., 1859. In Holy Orders. Eector of Cubley, 
Derbyshire, since 1868. 

Minet, William Brissault. 1851-4. Son of William Brissault 
Minet (Old Tonbridgian) . After leaving Tonbridge became an 
engineering pupil of Sir D. Gooch at Swindon, w4ience he 
went to India as Engineer of the Bombay and Baroda Eailway. 
d. 1870. 

Nussey, Anthony Foxcroft. 1851-7. Third son of John Nussey. 
Exeter Coll., Oxford. 2nd cl. Mods. B.A. 1861. A Solicitor 
in London. 

Nussey, Thomas John Hartley. 1851-3. Second son of John 
Nussey. h. 1837. Studied Medicine at St. George's Hospital, 
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84 Tollbridge School a.d. 1851. 

London, but did not follow the profession. In New Zealand 
from 1859 to 1863. Since 1863 has resided in Queensland, 
Australia. 

EoLFE, Wilham. 1851-5. Son of John Eolfe. Was brought up 
as an Architect, but has not followed the profession. 

Steeeten, William Warren. 1851-2. Second son of the Rev. 
Henry Thomas Streeten. Called to the Bar (Lincoln's Inn), 
1857. Appointed Chief Justice of the West African Settlements 
in 1880. Eetired 1882. Companion of the Order of St. Michael 
and St. George. 

SUMMER TEEM, 1851. 

Howard, John Thomas. 1851-6. Eldest son of John Flory Howard. 
b. 1838. Sixth Form, 1854-6. Head Boy. Judd Exhib. Magd. 
Coll., Oxford. B.A. 1862. M.A. 1865. Ordained 1865. Has 
held the Curacy of S waff ham, the Curacy in charge of Burnham 
Thorpe ; the Curacies of Starston and Pulham St. Mary the 
Virgin (all in Norfolk). Since 1880 Vicar of Great Plumstead, 
Norwich. 

May, Allan. 1851-5. Son of John Thomas May. Of the Inland 
Eevenue Office, Somerset House. 

Mell, WilHam Owen. 1851-2. Son of Wilham Owen Mell. 

Eathbone, William. 1851-3. Son of William Eathbone. 

Salwey, William Henry. 1851-3. Son of Eichard Salwey. Joined 
the 26th Foot, 1857. Served in the Abyssinian campaign of 
1868. Medal. Captain, 1864. Eetired 1877. Eesides in London. 

Shepheed, Augustus Burke. 1851-6. Eldest son of the Eev. Eobert 
Shepherd, b. 1838. Sixth Form, 1854-6. Judd Exhib. Brase- 
nose Coll., Oxford. 3rd cl. Mods. 1st cl. Nat. Sci. B.A. 1861. 
M.D., Oxford, 1877. Fell. Eoy. Coh. Phys., 1875. Noted for 
his treatment of lung disease, d. 1885. 

Shepheed, Eobert. 1851-6. Second son of the Eev. Eobert Shep- 
herd. Fisher Exhib. Brasenose Coll., Oxford. B.A. 1864. 
M.A. 1865. Eowed in the Oxford University Boat. Ordained 
1867. Formerly Curate of Billesden, Leicestershire. Now in 
America. 

Whyte, William Athenry. 1851-3. Son of William James Whyte. 
Formerly an East Indian Merchant. Made the journey to 
Europe via the Desert of Gobi, Mongolia, and Siberia. Fellow 
of the Eoyal Geographical Society. Ordained 1877. Vicar of 
Picton, Nelson, New Zealand. Autohr of ** Travels from Pekin 
to St. Petersburg." 

CHRISTMAS TERM, 1851. 

Beown, Alexander Nairne. 1851-5. Son of Alexander Eozel Brown. 
A merchant in China for many years, d. 1882. 



A.D. 1851. Register. 85 

Chaplin, Ayrton. 1851-6. (Afterwards at King's College.) Second 
son of John Clarke Chaplin. Sixth Form, 1854-6. Scholar of 
Corpus Christi Coll., Camb. 3rd cl. Class. Trip. B.A. 1866. 
M.A. 1869. Ordained 1866. Formerly Curate of Carshalton; 
Vicar of East and West Looe ; Vicar of Stowupland, Suffolk. 
Headmaster successively of Stepney Grammar School and of 
Uckfield Grammar School. Besides in Gloucestershire. 

De Montmokency, Eeymond Hervey. 1851-3. Eldest son of 
Major Reymond Hervey de Montmorency. Sixth Form, 1852-3. 
Cricket Eleven. Joined the 65th Bengal Native Infantry in 
1857. Captain 1869. Served in the Chinese War. Medal. 
Afterwards in Civil employ. Rose to the post of First Class 
Assistant Commissioner in Gude. Died in England, 1880. 

Ellis, Charles Henry Fairfax. 1851-4. Son of Charles Elhs. h. 
1839. Joined the Royal Artillery, 1857. Colonel, 1885. Has 
been on the Experimental Department, Woolwich Arsenal, and 
Secretary of the Ordnance Committee. Assistant to the Direc- 
tory of Artillery at the War Office. Highly distinguished as a 
linguist and scientific officer. Now sent to visit and report on 
coaling stations. 

McGiLL, Herbert James. 1851-9. Second son of William McGill, 
M.D. Sixth Form, 1857-9. Judd Exhib. Scholar of Christ's 
Coll., Camb. 2nd cl. Class. Trip. B.A. 1863. An Assistant 
Master at Aldenham School, Herts. 

McGiLL, William Edward, 1851-9. Eldest son of Wilham McGill, 
M.D. Sixth Form, 1857-9. Pemb. Coll., Oxford. 3rd cl. 
Mods. 2nd cl. Law and Mod. Hist. B.A. 1863. M.A. 1867. 
An Assistant Master at Tonbridge School from 1863 to 1880, 
when he was appointed Head Master of Hastings Grammar 
School. 

Moon, WilHam. 1851-3. Son of William Moon. Settled at Cam- 
bridge, near Auckland, New Zealand. Maori interpreter. 

PiCKANCE, WilHam John. 1851-8. Elder son of John Pickance 
(Old Tonbridgian). h. 1841. Joined the 33rd Madras Native 
Infantry, 1859. Lieutenant Colonel, 1885. At present in Civil 
employ (Jail Department). 

PiXELL, Charles Henry Vincent. 1851-2. (Afterwards at Leamington 
College). Only son of the Rev. Henry Pixell. h. 1840. Trim 
Coll., Camb. B.A. 1862. M.A. 1867. Ordained 1863. Has 
held Curacies at St. Peter's and at St. Michael's, Coventry ; the 
Vicarage of Skirwith, Cumberland ; the Curacy-in-charge of 
Christ Church, Wolverhampton ; the Rectory of Frampton 
Cottrell, and (1886) the Vicarage of St. Faith's, Stoke New- 
ington. Author of " Reasons for Ritual," '* Pardon and Peace," 
and various sermons and tracts. 

Rust, George Hastings 1851-4. (Afterwards took the name of 
D'Eye.) Son of Edgar Rust. Cricket Eleven. Formerly a 
Schoolmaster, d. 1884. 



86 Tollbridge School a.d. 1851. 

Shepheed, Francis Burton. 1851-2. Seventh son of the Rev. 
WilHam Shepherd, b. 1833. Sixth Form, 1852. Oriel Coll., 
Oxford. B.A. 1856. M.A. 1857. Ordained 1857. Has held 
Curacies at Frindsbury, Kent ; Whitechapel, Yorkshire ; and 
Athorpe-Roding, Essex. Since 1861, Rector of Margaret 
Roding, Essex, and Lecturer at Blackchapel. 

Streeten, Charles Alford. 1851-6. Fourth son of the Rev. Henry 
Thomas Streeten. Member of the London Stock Exchange 
Committee. For eight years Honorary Secretary to the Old 
Tonbridgians' Dinner. Chairman of the Erith Local Board of 
Health. Life Member of the Grand Council of the National 
Conservative League. Resides at Erith. 

Turner, Frederick Torquato. 1850-3. Third son of William 
Turner, b. 1837. Banker. British Vice-Consul and Acting- 
Consul at Naples. 

Willis, Henry. 1851. Son of Charles WiUis. 

EASTEB TEEM, 1852. 

Fenner, Frederick. 1852-3. Son of George Richard Thomas 
Fenner. A Member of the London Stock Exchange. A noted 
oarsman. Formerly stroke of the London Rowing Club, and 
now a steward of Henley Regatta. 

Jones, Charles Arthur. 1852. Son of Charles Jones. 

Lambarde, Henry. 1852-4:. Son of William Lambarde. Cricket 
Eleven. Joined the 54th Foot, 1858. Exchanged in India 
into the 45th Foot. Served in the Abyssinian campaign, and 
was present at the storming and capture of Magdala. Captain 
and Adjutant. Retired from ill-health in 1880. d. 1882. 

Nash, Charles. 1852-5. Third son of Wilham Nash. b. 1842. 

Was an officer in the Royal (West India) Mail, and in the 

Union (Cape) Mail Steam Navigation Company's services, cl. 

1878. 
Pennell, Follett. 1852. Son of Richard Pennell. At Rio de 

Janeiro, Brazil. 

Pennell, George Barrow. 1852. Son of Richard Pennell. Trin. 

Coll., Dublin. B.A. 1861. M.A. 1865. In Holy Orders. 

Yicar of Stadhampton, near Wallingford. 

Pennell, Knowles. 1852. Son of Richard Pennell. Deceased. 

Prole, Roland Le Feuvre Dixon. 1852-3. Son of William Prole. 
Of no profession. 

SUMMER TERM, 1852. 

Carnell, Thomas Woodbridge. 1852-6. Son of William Carnell. 
Of the Union Insurance Company, London. 



A.D. 1852. Register. 87 

Deacon, William Cope. 1852-4. Elder son of Henry Hodgetts 
Deacon, h. 1838. Admitted a Proctor in 1862, and subsequently 
a Solicitor. Practised in London, d. 1886. 

EsTRiDGE, Loraine. 1852. Son of the Eev. Henry Thomas 
Estridge. Trin. Coll., Oxford, and afterwards Choral Scholar 
of New College. B.A. 1863. M.A. 1865. Ordained, 1878. 
Formerly an Assistant Master at Repton School, and at Malvern 
School. Has since held the Curacy of Alvechurch, the Vicarage 
of Lodsworth, and (now) the Vicarage of Bursledon, South- 
ampton. 

HoRNELL, Robert. 1852-7. Only son of Robert Hornell. h. 1839. 
Sixth Form, 1855-7. Smythe Exhib. Exeter Coll., Oxford. 
B.A. 1861. M.A. 1864. Called to the Bar (Inner Temple) 
1864. Equity Draftsman and Conveyancer in London. 

Pierce, Albert Owen. 1852-8. Younger son of Samuel Eyles 
Pierce, d. 1873. 

Turner, Frank de Mierre. 1852-6. Only son of Alfred Turner. 
h. 1840. Went subsequently to the Ecole Speciale for Engi- 
neering at Lausanne and took the diploma of C.E. Also a 
pupil of Sir Charles Fox and Sons, Civil Engineers, London. 
Civil Engineer and Commercial Agent at Oporto, Portugal. 
Assoc. Mem. of the Institute of Civil Engineers, London. 

CHBISTMAS TEEM, 1852. 

Bigg, William. 1852-8. Son of Henry Bigg. Joined the 63rd 
Foot, 1862. Captain, 1869. Retired, 1871. Deceased. 

Boyd, John William. 1852-9. Younger son of Alexander Pearson 
Boyd. b. 1840. Cricket Eleven. 1858-9. Smythe Exhib. 
Christ's Coll., Camb. In his College Boat, and Captain of the 
College Cricket Club. Plaj-ed for the University against Surrey. 
Jun. Opt. Math. Trip. B.A. 1863. M.A. 1866. Ordained 
1864. Has held the Curacies of St. Barnabas, Kensington ; 
Chalfont St. Peter's, Bucks ; the Vicarage of Prestw^ood, Bucks ; 
the Rectory of Denton, Hunts ; and the Head Mastership of 
Magdalen College School, Brackley. Now Curate in Charge of 
Duntsbourne Abbots, Cirencester. 

Butts, Charles Edmund. 1852-4. Son of Thomas Butts. Deceased. 

Chaplin, Allan. 1852-7. Third son of John Clarke Chaplin, b. 
1844. Joined the Madras Infantry, 1860. Formerly Aide-de- 
Camp to the Governor of Madras. Deputy Judge Advocate in 
Burmah. 

CoLLisoN, Reginald. 1852-5. Son of John Collison. Went to the 
Province of Canterbury, New Zealand. 

Dixon, Edward George. 1852-5. Son of Peter Dixon, b. 1837. 
Joined the 8th Madras Native Infantry, 1857. Brevet Colonel, 
1881. 

Edwards, James. 1852-3. Son of Robert Edwards. 



88 Tonhridge School a.d. 1852. 

Geeatheed, John. 1852-60. Second son of the Eev. Samuel 
Stephenson Greatheed. b. 1842. Sixth Form, 1857-60. Head 
Boy. Judd Exhib. Scholar of Trin. Coll., Camb. 2nd ch 
Class. Trip. B.A. 1864. M.A. 1882. Ordained 1865. Has 
held Cm^acies at Penistone, Yorkshire ; the Church of the 
Advent, Boston, U.S.A. ; was also Assistant Priest at St. Peter's 
Mazagon, Bombay; Curate of St. Olave's, Spitalfields, London; 
of St. Augustine's, Kilburn ; and Chaplain to the Little Sisters 
of St. Peter's (Kilburn) at Littlehampton, Sussex. 

Greatheed, Stephenson. 1852-8. Eldest son of the Kev. Samuel 
Stephenson Greatheed. b. 1839. Sixth Form, 1856-8. Judd 
Exhib. Scholar of Corpus Christi Coh., Camb. 2nd cl. Class. 
Trip, and 2nd cl. Theol. B.A. 1862. M.A. 1865. Ordained 
1863. Has held the Curacies of Brampton, Derbyshire ; Hay- 
ward's Heath, Sussex ; Folkestone, Kent ; Prestbury, Glouces- 
tershire ; and Peasedown St. John, Bath. Besides at Bath. 

Hanson, Hesketh. 1852-4. Elder son of Samuel Hanson, b. 

1839. Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1861. M.A. 1865. Ordained 
1862. Has held the Curacies of Padiham, and of Hey wood 
(both in Lancashire) ; also of St. Botolph, Cambridge ; and the 
Vicarage of Marsworth, Bucks (resigned). 

Howell, Thomas Frederick Gilpin. 1852-3. Son of Thomas 

Howell. Cricket Eleven. 
Maekby, Edward Gillam. 1852-6. Second son of Frederick Markby. 

b. 1838. Admitted a Solicitor in 1862. 
Markby, Frederick WiUiam. 1852-6. Eldest son of Frederick 

Markby. b. 1837. Cricket Eleven. Entered the War Office. 

Subsequently ensign in the 18th Eoyal Irish Eegt. Drowned in 

the Medway, 1858. 
Markby, George. 1852-7. Third son of Frederick Markby. b. 

1840. Entered the Merchant Navy. Now a Captain. 
Prole, Henry. 1852-4. Son of Wilham Prole. Went to Canada, 

and engaged in journalism. Drowned in the Lachine Eapids, 

Montreal. 
Pryor, Eeginald. 1852-7. Son of Alfred Pryor. Sixth Form, 

1854-7. Head Boy. Judd Exhib. Scholar of Univ. Coll., 

Oxford. B.A. 1862. Deceased. 
Eeade, Henry St. John. 1852-8. Second son of Wilham Barrington 

Eeade. b. 1840. Sixth Form, 1854-8. Head Boy. Cricket 

Eleven, 1854-8, Captain. Judd Exhib. Scholar of Univ. Coll., 

Oxford. Captain of the Oxford University Cricket Eleven. 

1st cl. Mods. 2nd cl. Lit. Hum. B.A. 1862. M.A. 1865. 

Took Holy Orders. Formerly an Assistant Master at Haileybury 

College. Afterwards Head Master successively of Beccles 

Grammar School; the Godolphin School, Hammersmith; and 

Oundle School, d. 1884. 
Eedmayne, George Tunstal. 1852-4. Fourth son of Giles 

Eedmayne. b. 1840. (Went from Tonbridge to several private 



A.D. 1853. Register, 89 

tutors.) Articled in 1859 to Alfred Waterhouse, (now R.A., 
then an architect at Manchester). Has practised since 1867 as 
an architect in Manchester. Assoc, of Royal Inst. Brit. Archi- 
tects, 1872 ; Fellow, 1877. 

Trollope, Arthur Barnard. 1852-3. Son of William Trollops. 
Cricket Eleven, 1853. St. John's Coll., Camb. B.A. 1858. 
Played in the University Cricket Eleven, but not against 
Oxford, owing to a severe injury from a catapult (bowling 
machine). Ordained 1860. Was Curate of Alfreton, Derby; 
and afterwards Rector of Cowlam, Yorkshire, where he died, 
1872. 

WooDGATE, Francis Henry. 1852-4. Eldest son of Francis Wood- 
gate. Joined the Indian Army in 1857, and served in the 
Mutiny Campaign with the Volunteer Cavalry of Havelock's 
Force. On one occasion narrowly escaped from the mutineers 
by swimming the Ganges under their fire, by which he was 
wounded. Was present at the first relief of Lucknow, and the 
subsequent siege. Went to China in 1860 with the 8th Punjaub 
Infantry, and took part in the assault and capture of the Taku 
Forts, and the occupation of Pekin. Died in 1877 by a fall 
from a cliff at St. Leonard's-on-Sea. 



EASTEB TEBM, 1853. 

Dixon, Charles Frankham Theodore. 1853-8. Son of John Bond 
Dixon. Of the Land Transfer Office, Auckland, New Zealand. 

Dixon, John James. 1853-5. Son of John Bond Dixon. Formerly 
at Christchurch, Canterbury, New Zealand ; now of the Land 
Transfer Office, Auckland, New Zealand. 

Flower, John. 1853-5. Son of John Wickham Flower, d. cir. 

1884. 

French, Henry Day. 1853-4. Son of Henry French. Exhibitioner 
of Emman. Coll., Camb. Jun. Opt. Math. Trip. B.A. 1864. 
M.A. 1867. Ordained 1865. Has held the Curacies of Ring- 
wood, Hants; St. Mark's, Surbiton ; and East Lockinge, Berks; 
also the Vicarage of St. Peter's, Maidstone, from 1874 to 1882. 

Le Feuvre, Henry John. 1853-6. Son of George Le Feuvre. In 
the Channel Islands Militia. Gentleman farmer in Jersey. 

RoLFE, Hugh. 1853-7. Son of John Rolfe. Agent for a firm of 
brass founders in London. 

Saltwell, Francis Edward. 1853-6. Son of William Henry 
Saltwell. Formerly at Buenos Ayres and Valparaiso. Now 
residing in Liverpool. 

Savile, Philip Alexander. 1853-62. Son of the Hon. Frederick 
Savile. Cricket Eleven, 1861-2. Football Thirteen, 1860-1. 
Pemb. Coll., Oxford, d, 1869. 



90 Tonbridge School a.d. 1853. 

Streeten, Arthur Aston. 1853-60. Fifth son of the Rev. Henry 
Thomas Streeten. Cricket Eleven, 1860. Football Thirteen, 
1859-60. Proprietor of the British and Foreign Civil Inquiries 
Office, Bond Court, Walbrook, London. 

SUMMER TEEM, 1853. 

Carnell, George, 1853-6. Son of George Carnell (Old Ton- 
bridgian). In the colonies. 

Carnell, James. 1853-5. Son of George Carnell (Old Tonbridgian). 
In the colonies. 

Davey, Alexander George. 1853-4. Son of Richard Gibbons Davey. 
Doctor of Medicine. Practises at Ryde, Isle of Wight. 

Hewison, Edmund. 1853-5. Son of Lawrence Hewison. 

Oliver, Alfred James. 1853. Son of Alfred Ohver. 

Wimble, John. 1853. Third son of Edward Wimble, h. 1838. 
Formerly an architect of note in London, cl. 1877 

CHBISTMAS TERM, 1853. 

Atkinson, Stephen Edward. 1853-4. Son of Edwin Henry Atkin- 
son, h. 1841. Joined the 50th Madras Native Infantry, 1859. 
On the Madras Staff Corps since 1866. Deputy Assistant 
Quarter-Master General, Madras, since 1882. Lieutenant- 
Colonel, 1884. 

Bagster, Charles. 1853-6. 

Bagster, Henry. 1853-6. 

Ellis, Henry. 1853-8. Son of Henry ElHs. Deceased. 

Hanson, Reginald. 1853-4. (Afterwards at Rugby School.) Second 
son of Samuel Hanson. Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1864. M.A. 
1868. Merchant. Knight and Alderman of the City of London. 
Lord Mayor Elect. 

Isaacson, Charles Stuteville. 1853-8. Eldest son of the Rev. 
Stuteville Isaacson, h. 1840. Sixth Form, 1856-8. Head 
Boy. Smythe Exhib. Elected Scholar of Pemb. Coll., Camb., 
but afterwards Scholar and Fellow of Clare Coll. 11th 
Wrangler, Math. Trip. B.A. 1863. M.A. 1868. Ordained 
1863. Formerly Vicar of St. John's, Camberwell, Victoria, 
Australia. Since 1874, Rector of Hardingham, Norfolk. 

KiTTOE, Edmund. 1853-4. Son of Markham Kittoe. 

Miller, Robert Low. 1853. Son of Wilham Miller. 

Moore, Lorenzo. 1853-5. (Afterwards at Rossall School.) Son of 
the Rev. Lorenzo Moore. Now has a farm at Papanui, 
Canterbury, New Zealand. 

Salusbury, Charles Thelwall. 1853-9. Eldest son of the!Rev. John 
Thomas Salusbury. Sixth Form, 1857-9. Judd Exhib. (Re- 



A.D. 1854. Register, 91 

mainder). Emman. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1862. M.A. 1868. 
Ordained 1864. Formerly Curate of Chisledon. Since 1866 
Eector of Tredinnock, Monmoutlishire. 

ToKKiNGTON, John. 1853-9. Eldest son of Laurence John 
Torkington. Sixth Form, 1857-9. Judd Exhib. Exeter Coll., 
Oxford, d. 1861. 

Williams, Charles. 1853. 

Wilson, Clifford. 1853. Son of Plumpton Wilson. Joined the 

36th Foot, 1857 ; afterwards in the 94th Foot ; and again in 

the 5th Foot. Captain, 1866. Eetired, 1871. 

EASTEB TEEM, 1854. 

Boyd, Pearson. 1854-5. Elder son of Alexander Pearson Boyd. 
h. 1838. Entered the Bengal Army (General list). Died at 
Debroogurh, 1863. 

Eastes, George. 1854. Eldest son of Silvester Eastes. h. 1841. 
M.B. Lond., 1866. Fell. Eoy. Coll. Surg., &c. Formerly 
Surgical Eegistrar to Guy's Hospital Medical School. Practises 
in Paddington, London. Hon. Sec. to the Metrop. Branch of 
the Brit. Med. iVssoc. Chloroformist to the Great Northern 
Hospital, London. Author of " A Memoir of William Harvey, 
Discoverer of the Circulation of the Blood," *' Concerning 
Vaccination, for Non-professional Eeaders," &c. 

Kelly, William. 1854-9. Son of Wilham Kelly. h. 1840. 
Solicitor. Practises in London. 

SUMMER TEEM, 1854. 

BiGSBY, Wilham Elhot Deacon. 1854-60. Son of the Eev. Charles 
Bigsby. Sixth Form, 1860. Formerly in China. Now travel- 
ling about the w^orld. 

Bkomley, John Eobert. 1854-8. Eldest son of the Eev. John 

Wilham Bromley, b. 1842. 
Bromley, William. 1854-62. Second son of the Eev. John William 

Bromley. Sixth Form, 1862. Christ's Coll., Camb. B.A. 

1865. M.A. 1869. Ordained 1867. Has held Curacies at 

Huddersfield, and St. Giles', Shrewsbury. Since 1871, Vicar 

of Sibton, Suffolk. 

Burrows, Eobert Henry. 1854-9. Eldest son of Sir George 
Burrows, Bart. Sixth Form, 1857-9. Head Boy. Smythe 
Exhib. Cricket Eleven, 1858-9. Demy of Magdalen Coll., 

Oxford. 1st cl. Mods. d. 1862. 

Caswall, Charles. 1854. Son of Charles Caswall. 

Caswall, George. 1854-7. Son of Charles Caswall. 

Caswall, Eobert Hadfield. 1854-7. Son of Charles Caswall. 

FiNNiGAN, Daniel James. 1854-6. Son of Patrick Denis Finnigan. 



92 Tonhridge School a.d. 1854. 

Greatheed, Christopher. 1854-64. Third son of the Eev. Samuel 
Stephenson Greatheed. h. 1845. Football Thirteen, 1862-3. 
Entered the Forest Department, Bombay Presidency of India, 

1872. 

Green, Sidney Faithorn. 1854. Son of Eobert Green. Trin. 
Coll., Camb. Jun. Opt. Math. Trip. B.A. 1863. M.A. 1883. 
Ordained 1865. Formerly Curate of Swinton, Lancashire. 
Eector of St. John Evangelist, Miles Platting, Manchester, 
from 1869 to 1882. 

Henniker, Edward. 1854-7. Second son of Eear-Admiral Major 
Jacob Henniker. h. 1839. Sixth Form, 1857. Smythe Exhib. 
Trin. Coll., Oxford, d. 1870. 

Henniker, Frederick. 1854-6. Third son of Eear-Admiral Major 
Jacob Henniker. h. 1842. Joined the 96th Foot, 1859. 
Captain, 1863. Eetired 1864. Of Car Colston Hall, Notts. 

Shepherd, Edmund Burke. 1854-60. Third son of the Eev. 
Eobert Shepherd. Formerly an Assistant Missionary in Borneo, 
where he died in 1880. 

Tyers, Thomas. 1854-5. (At Cheltenham College, 1856-60.) 
Eldest son of Thomas Tyers. h. 1844. Caius Coll., Camb. 
B.A. 1866. M.A. 1869. Ordained 1869. Formerly Curate of 
Widcombe. Since 1872 Chaplain of the Bath Mineral Waters 
Hospital. 

Walsh, Nugent Charles. 1854-7. Only son of Charles Eobert 
Walsh, h. 1839. Called to the Bar (Gray's Inn) 1860. Of 
the Local Government Board, Whitehall. Author of ''The 
Medical Officer's Vade-Mecum " ; " The Governor's Guide " ; 
" A Manual for Workhouse Masters." 

CHBISTMAS TEEM, 1854. 

Caenell, Charles. 1854-60. Son of George Carnell. In the colonies. 

Day, Frederic. 1854-60. Eldest son of Lewis Day. b. 1846. 
Sixth Form, 1864. Cricket Eleven, 1863. Football Thirteen, 
1863. A SoHcitor. Practises at South Molton, North Devon. 
Fellow of the Eoyal Geographical Society. 

Edwaeds, James Mercer. 1854-8. Eldest son of James Barber 
Edwards, b. 1842. Sixth Form, 1857-8. A Solicitor and 
Notary Pubhc at Eamsgate. 

Falkner, Evelyn Sherard. 1854-9. Son of Philip Eichard Falkner. 
A Solicitor and Clerk to the County Magistrates at Newark, 
Notts. 

Falkner, Trueman Tully. 1854-9. Son of Philip Eichard Falkner. 
b. 1841. Sixth Form, 1855-9. Smythe Exhib. Also Exhibi- 
tioner of St. John's Coll., Camb. 1st cl. (9th) Class. Trip, and 
Jun. Opt. Math. Trip. B.A. 1863. Notable as an Alpine 
climber, on which subject he wrote many letters to the 
Tonbridgian. Deceased. 



A.D. 1854. Register. 93 

Hallowes, Keith Edward Coleman. 1854-9. Son of Thomas 

Hallowes. Settled in Australia. 
Harrison, Archibald William. 1854-6. Son of William Harrison. 

Joined the 13th Foot, 1863. Eetired 1870. Afterwards Captain 

of the 1st Tower Hamlets Militia. 

Harwood, Henry Lennox. 1854-5. Son of William Harwood. 

Lawrence, Edward James Eeginald. 1854-61. Son of Henry 
David Lawrence. Cricket Eleven, 1861. Football Thirteen, 
1859-60. 

Lawrence, Julian Babonan. 1854-9. Son of Henry David Law- 
rence, h. 1841. Joined the Eoyal Artillery, 1861. Bombay 
Staff Corps, 1865. With the 8th Bombay Native Lifantry. Major. 

Platt, Hugh Edward Pigott. 1854-60. Second son of Thomas 

Piatt, h. 1843. Sixth Form, 1858-60. Judd Exhib. Scholar 

of Trim Coll., Oxford. 1st cl. Mods. 1st cl. Lit. Hum. B.A. 

1864. M.A. 1868. Fellow of Line. Coll., Oxford. Called to 

the Bar, 1875. 
Preyre, Leopold James Lacey. 1854-7. Son of Louis Preyre. 

A Captain's Clerk in the Navy of the East India Company until 

its dissolution. 
Ross, Henry Alexander. 1854-61. Youngest son of David Eoss. 

h. 1844. For some years a coffee-planter in Coorg, India. Now 

in Manitoba. 
Skipworth, Septimus Patrick. 1854-6. Seventh son of Philip 

Skipworth. h. 1839. Sixth Form, 1855-6. Smythe Exhib. 

Scholar of Christ's Coll., Camb. B.A. 1861. Surveyor and 

Inspector for the Caistor Union, Lincolnshire. 

Steinmetz, William Aubert. 1854-5. Son of William Steinmetz. 
d. 1882. 

Streeten, James Morgan. 1854-63. Sixth son of the Eev. Henry 
Thomas Streeten. h. 1845. Football Thirteen, 1861-3. At 
first London Secretary, and afterwards Manager at San Fran- 
cisco, of the London and San Francisco Bank. Now living at 
San Francisco. 

Strettell, Arnold Dashwood. 1854-8. (Afterwards at Wellington 
College.) Fourth son of Major Dashwood Strettell. h. 1845. 
Joined the 109th Bengal Native Infantry, 1862. Served with the 
Transport Train in the Abyssinian Campaign of 1868. Men- 
tioned in despatches for ability, energy, and zeal. Medal. 
Served also in the Afghan War, 1878-9 ; and was present at the 
capture of the Peiwar Kotal. Medal with clasp. Was also 
engaged in the Mahsud Waziri Expedition, 1881, and the 
Takht Suliman Expedition, 1883. Major, Bengal Staff Corps. 
Wing commander of the 5th Punjaub Infantry. 

Strettell, John Edward Francis. 1854-7. Third son of Major 
Dashwood Strettell. h. 1843. Joined the 9th Madras Native 
Infantry, and rose to the rank of Major. Died on the voyage 
to England, 1883. 



94 Tonhridge School a.d. 1854. 

Watson, Christopher Stowell. 1854-9. Eldest son of the Eev. 
Thomas Watson. &. 1841. Sixth Form, 1857-9. Cricket Eleven, 
1857-9. Football Eleven, 1857-9. Univ. Coll., Oxford. B.A. 
1863. M.A. 1866. In the College Boat. Ordained 1864. Has 
held the Curacies of All Saints', Brighton ; Smidridge, Kent ; 
St. Mary in the Castle, Hastings ; and the Vicarage of East 
Earleigh, Kent. Since 1881 Vicar of Fernhurst, near Hasle- 
mere, Surrey. 

EASTEB TEEM, 1855. 

Childers, Eobert Caesar. 1855-6. Eldest son of the Eev. Charles 
Childers. b. 1838. Sixth Form, 1855-6. Exhibitioner of Wadh. 
Coll., Oxford. Entered the Ceylon Civil Service, 1860. Private 
Secretary to the Governor of Ceylon. Author of a Pali 
Dictionary, for which the French Institute awarded him the 
Volney Prize. Eeturned to England in 1864, owing to ill- 
health. Assistant Librarian to the India Office, 1872. Pro- 
fessor of Pali and Buddhist Literature to Univ. Coll., London. 
d. 1876. 

Greene, Thomas Whitcombe. 1855-9. Only son of Thomas 
Greene, b. 1841. Sixth Form, 1857-9. Cricket Eleven, 
1858-9. Magd. Coll., Oxford. 2nd cl. Mods. 2nd cl. Lit. 
Hum. B.A. 1864. M.A. and B.C.L. 1866. A Barrister-at-Law 
and one of Her Majesty's Inspectors of Schools. Author of 
" Outlines of Eoman Law\" 

Markby, Augustus Phillips. 1855-7. Fourth son of Frederick 
Markby. b. 1842. A Political Agent. 

PiCKANCE, John Wilson. 1855-7. (Afterwards under the tuition of 
the Eev. Maurice Day.) Younger son of John Pickance (Old 
Tonbridgian). Jesus Coll., Camb. Ll.B., 1868. Ll.M., 1871. 
Cuddesden Theol. Coll., 1868-9. In Holy Orders. Formerly 
Curate of Clewer. Curate of Eeigate from 1872. Winter As- 
sistant Chaplain at Eome, 1877-86. Sub- Warden of the Church 
of England Soldier's Institute at Aldershot. 

Stafford, Charles James. 1855. Son of George Stafford. 

Watson, Thomas Springett. 1855-7. Second son of the Eev. 
Thomas Watson. Pemb. Coll., Camb. Eowed in the University 
Trial Eights Eace. Deceased. 

Young, Frederick Vernon. 1855-9. Son of Eobert Young. In 
business in London. 

SUMMER TEEM, 1855. 

Childers, Frederick Francis Blomfield. 1855. Second son of the 
Eev. Charles Childers. b. 1840. Formerly a coffee-planter in 
India. Now manager and part-owner of some coal-mines in the 
South of France. 



A.D. 1855. Register. 95 

Ellis, Edward. 1855-6. Son of Eichard Ellis. 

Langston, Herbert William Douglas. 1855-9. Younger son of the 
Eev. Stephen Hurt Langston. Cricket Eleven, 1859. Football 
Eleven, 1859. Barrister and agriculturist at Eossville, Texas, 
U.S.A. 

Stewart, Henry Manfred. 1855-8. Son of Henry Stewart. Be- 
sides in Spain. 

GHBISTMAS TEBM, 1855. 

Allan, David Alexander. 1855-60. Son of Frederick Allan. 
Allan, Frederick. 1855-61. Son of Frederick Allan. 

Bentley, Charles James. 1855-8. Son of Charles Archibald 
Bentley. Formerly a Member of the London Stock Exchange. 
d. 1873. 

Carnell, Henry Hosmer. 1855-6. Son of WiUiam Carnell. In 
the colonies. 

Dixon, Frederick Mander. 1855-8. Son of John Bond Dixon. 
Eesides at Brighton. 

Hedges, John Henry. 1855-9. Eldest son of Charles Hedges, h. 
1843. Joined the 90th Light Infantry, d. 1871. 

Humphry, John. 1855-7. Fifth son of George Humphry. One of 
seven brothers, all of whom were in turn long-stops to the School 
Cricket Eleven. Died at school, 1857. 

Hunt, James Anthony. 1855-60. Son of James Anthony Hunt 

(Old Tonbridgian). 
Neville, Frank Hay. 1855-62. Only son of Joseph Neville, F.E.C.S. 

h. 1845. An architect, d. 1871. 

Paramo re, James Dunlap. (Has dropped the name of Paramore.) 
1855-62. Son of David Paramore. Sixth Form, 1861-2. Judd 
Exhib. Cricket Eleven. Jesus Coll., Camb. B.A. 1866. M.A. 
1869. Ordained 1869. Has held the Curacies of Hurst, Lan- 
cashire ; St. Barnabas, Homerton ; the Vicarage of Haverhill, 
Suffolk ; the Curacy in charge of Eedgrave, Suffolk, and, since 
1881, the Curacy of St. Giles', Beading. 

Eawlinson, Eobert Wynter. 1855-6. (Afterwards at Marlborough 
College.) Second son of the Eev. George Eawlinson. Went 
out to Natal in 1864, where he now owns a large sheep-farm. 

Soames, George Pochin. 1855-7. Second son of Francis Soames. 
Caius Coll., Camb. B.A. 186L M.A. 1865. Ordained 1865. 
Has held the Curacies of St. Barnabas, Holloway ; All Saints', 
Langham Place ; Tunstall, Staffordshire : and Branston, Lei- 
cestershire. Since 1875 Eector of Lavendon, Bucks. 

Strettell, F. D. Cunninghame. 1855-8. Fifth son of Major 
Dashwood Strettell. Formerly in the Bank of England. Now 
in the Burmah Branch of the Bank of Bengal. 



96 Tonhridge School a.d. 1855. 

ViNALL, Thomas Sutton. 1855-9. Son of Frederick Vinall. Deceased. 

Ward, Benjamin. 1855-6. Son of John Ward. 

Welldon, James Turner. 1855-66. Eldest son of the Eev. James 
Ind Welldon, D.C.L. (formerly Head Master of Tonhridge 
School). Sixth Form, 1863-6. Cricket Eleven, 1864-6. Captain. 
Football Thirteen, 1861-5. Judd Exhib. Also an Exhibitioner 
of St. John's Coll., Camb. 2nd cl. Class. Trip. B.A. 1870. 
An Assistant-Master at Felstead School, 1871-9. Admitted a 
Solicitor, 1882. Practises at Ashford. Has played in the Kent 
County Cricket Eleven. 

EASTEB TEEM, 1856. 

Dove, Thomas Montague. 1856-9. Son of Thomas Dove. In 
business in Tonhridge. 

Flower, Stephen. 1856-7. Youngest son of John Wickham 
Flower, b. 1840. Joined the 13th Foot. Afterwards in the 
86th Foot (now called the 2nd Batt. Eoyal Irish Eifies). Lieut. - 
Colonel, 1884. Has been Quartermaster-General at the Cape 
of Good Hope, and Garrison Instructor in the Cork District. 
Author of " A Guide to Promotion," and Lectures on Fortifica- 
tion, Military Topography and Tactics, Military Bridges and 
Military Law. 

GoLDiNG-BiRD, Guy. 1856-60. Eldest son of Golding Bird, M.D., 
F.E.S. Joined the 106th Bombay Light Infantry, 1862. After- 
wards in the 20th Foot. Eetired. Now in Canada. 

GoRHAM, Arthur William. 1856-61. Eldest son of Wilham Gorham 
(Old Tonbridgian) . 6.1846. In Australia. 

Hodgson, John George. 1856-7. Son of Eichard Wellington 
Hodgson. Eesides at Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

Jekyll, Henry Joseph. 1856-9. Son of Joseph Jekyll. In New 
Zealand. 

Jekyll, Joseph Webblier. 1856-9. Son of Joseph Jekyll. In New 
Zealand. 

Law, Arthur James. 1856-9. Second son of the Eev. Wilham Law. 
b. 1844. Jesus Coll., Camb. B.A. 1866. Winner of the Broad 
Jump, Camb. Univ. Sports, 1864. Winner of the Hurdle Eace, 
Amateur Champion Meeting, 1867. Ordained 1867. Has held 
Curacies at Heathfield and Beckley, Sussex ; at Eltham and 
Mottingham, Kent. For some time Eector of Pretoria and 
Chaplain of the Forces in the Transvaal. Eeceived the South 
African War Medal with clasp for services in the Secocoeni 
Campaign, 1879. Since his return to England has been Curate 
of Brent-Pelham, and since 1884 Vicar of Shalford, Braintree, 
Essex. 

Low, Augustus Fisher. 1856-7. Fifth son of Captain John Hand- 
cock Low, H.E.I. C.S. b. 1841. Went out to Australia in 1860, 
and is now settled on the Flinders Eiver, Queensland. 



A.D. 1856. Register. 97 

O'Hanlon, Hugh Francis. 1856-61. Son of Hugh O'Hanlon. 
Sixth Form, 1859-61. Judd Exhib. Cricket Eleven, 1861. 
Football Thirteen, 1859-60, Captain. Scholar and Hulme Ex- 
hibitioner of Brasenose Coll., Oxford. 1st cl. Mods. 1st cl. 
Lit. Hum. B.A. 1865. Fellow of Lincoln, cl. cir. 1864. 

Oliver, Henry Alfred Greene. 1856-62. Son of George Oliver. 
h. 1844. Sixth Form, 1861-2. Judd Exhib. Cricket Eleven, 
1860-2. Football Thirteen, 1860-1. Jesus Coll., Camb. 3rd 
cl. Class. Trip. B.A. 1867. M.A. 1871. Ordained 1869. For- 
merly Second Master of Brentwood Grammar School. Head 
Master of St. John's Wood School from 1873 till his death in 
1880. 

KoGEES, Edmund. 1856-60. Son of Joseph Eogers. Deceased. 

Stidolph, Harold Edward. 1856-61. Son of Edward Stidolph. 
A professor of music at the Cape of Good Hope. 

SUMMER TEEM, 1856. 

Druce, William Charles. 1856-8. Youngest son of William Druce. 
b. 1842. First Class and Certificate of Honour in the Inns of 
Court Law Examination. Called to the Bar (Lincoln's Inn), 
1863. Practises in London. Besides at Cheyne Walk, Chelsea. 

Hill, Archibald Oakley. 1856-7. Son of the Eev. Benjamin Hill. 
Was for six years in the Navy, after which he retired, and is 
now living in the colonies. 

Hill, Benjamin. 1856-8. Son of the Eev. Benjamin Hill. A 
Priest of the Passionist Fathers at Buenos Ayres. 

McGiLL, Kenneth John. 1856-64. Fourth son of William McGill, 
M.D. 6. 1848. d. 1864. 

May, Philip. 1856-61. Son of John Thomas May. In the Legacy 
Duty Office, Somerset House. 

Shepherd, Arthur. 1856-60. Fourth son of the Eev. Eobert Shep- 
herd. Fisher Exhib. Brasenose Coll., Oxford. B.A. 1867. 
Ordained 1868. Held successively the Curacies of Atherington, 
Devon ; Bradshaw, Isle of Man ; and Stock, Ingatestone, 
Essex, d. 1884. 

Soames, Douglas. 1856-62. Youngest son of Francis Soames. b. 
1845. Trin. Coh., Dublin. Ordained 1874. Formerly held 
the Curacies of Leighland and Portishead, both in Somerset ; 
and of Kirkby Moorside, Yorkshire. Since 1880 a Chaplain of 
the Forces. Has served at Woolwich, at York, and now in 
Natal. 

Soames, Joseph. 1856-7. Third son of Francis Soames. b. 1841. 

A Solicitor. Certificate of Merit in the Final Examination of 

the Incorporated Law Society, 1864. 
ToMLiNS, Eichard Hombersley. (Afterwards at Shrewsbury School.) 

1856-60. Son of the Eev. Eichard TomUns. Lich. Theol. Coll. 



98 Tonhridge School a.d. 1856. 

Previously a Civil Engineer. Ordained 1875. Has held the 
Curacies of Chesterton and Bucknell, in Staffordshire. Since 
1871 Chaplain of St. Anne's and Curate of Abbots Bromley. 
Kowed in the Shrewsbury Boat against Cheltenham College, 1865. 

ToMLiNS, Thomas WilHam. 1856-60. Son of the Eev. Eichard 
Tomlins. Scholar of Magd. Coll., Camb. 3rd cl. Class. Trip. 
B.A. 1868. Ordained 1869. Formerly held the Curacies of St. 
Michael's, Alnwick ; and Alton, Staffordshire. Since 1878 
Curate of Checkley, Stoke-on-Trent. 

Wall, Charles Yates. 1856-61. Son of WiUiam Henry Wall. 
CHBISTMAS TEEM, 1856. 

Austen, Arthur Elvy. 1856-7. Son of Isaac Austen. 

BuKD, James Merrifield. 1856-7. Son of Timotheus Burd. Besides 
at Maida Hill, London. 

Carnell, Henry. 1856. Son of George Carnell. Deceased. 
Chaelton, Alfred. 1856-60. Son of John Sills Charlton. Mem. 
Eoy. Coll. Surg. Practises at Brabourne, Ashford. 

Deacon, Henry Pelham. 1856-9. (Afterwards with private tutors.) 
Younger son of Henry Hodgetts Deacon. b. 1846. Mem. 
Eoy. Coll. Surg. 1870; L.S.A. Lond. Practises at Brondesbury, 
Middlesex. Surgeon to St. Peter's Home, Kilburn ; also to the 
St. Monica Hospital for Sick Children. 

PiELD, Jonathan. 1856-62. Eldest son of Jonathan Field, b. 1846. 
Cricket Eleven, 1862. Clare Coll., Camb. B.A. 1870. Called 
to the Bar (Inner Temple), 1872. Lord of the Manors of 
Ulceby and Market Stainton, Lincolnshire. 

GoLDiNG-BiED, Cuthbert Hilton. 1856-62. (Afterwards at King's 
College School, and King's College.) Second son of Golding- 
Bird, M.D., F.E.S. Lond. Univ. B.A. (Honours), 1867 ; M.B. 
(Honours), 1872. Fell. Eoy. Coll. Surg. ; Lie. Eoy. Coll. Phys. ; 
Assistant- Surgeon, Guy's Hospital ; Lecturer in Physiology at 
Guy's Hospital Medical School ; Examiner in Physiology at the 
Eoyal College of Surgeons of England, and the University of 
Durham. 

Hadfield, Alexander John. 1856-7. Son of Henry Wilbraham 
Hadfield. 

Hadfield, George Samuel. 1856-7. Son of Henry Wilbraham 
Hadfield. 

Hadfield, Henry Joseph. 1856-7. Son of Henry Wilbraham 
Hadfield. 

Hadfield, William Eichard Peel. 1856-7. Son of Henry Wilbraham 
Hadfield. 

Haggard, William Henry Doveton. 1856-8. (Afterwards at Win- 
chester College.) Eldest son of William Meybohm Eyder 
Haggard. Magd. Coll., Oxford. In the Diplomatic Service. 



A.D. 1857. Register, 99 

HiNDE, Percy. 1856-7. Son of Henry Hinde. Deceased. 

Lawson, Heniy Wise Graham. 1856-8. Son of Jonathan Wise 
Lawson. Bill-broker at Bombay, d. cir. 1870. 

Lawson, WilHam Campbell. 1856-7. Son of Jonathan Wise Lawson. 
Formerly a Bill-broker at Bombay. 

EowLANDSON, Charlcs Arthur. 1856-61. Son of John Eowlandson. 
Civil Engineer, formerly at Bombay. At present Eesident 
Engineer and Locomotive Superintendent of the Mersey Eailway. 

Saunders, Eichard Eobert. 1856-7. Son of Eobert Saunders. 

Smith, Stanley. 1856-61. Son of Thomas Smith. 

Stevens, Eichard Clavell. 1856-9. Son of Henry Stevens. Joined 
the 96th Eegiment, 1863. Eetired 1869. Now in New Zealand. 

Stidolph, Henry James. 1856-61. Son of Edward Stidolph. For- 
merly in New Zealand. Now working in London as a lay- 
helper, and preparing for ordination as a Missionary to New 
Zealand. 

Vaughan, Henry. 1856-8. Son of Andrew Henry Yaughan. h. 
1813. Joined the Eoyal Artillery, 1864. Captain, 1877. Served 
in the South African War, 1879. Present at the Battles of 
Kambula and Ulundi in the Zulu Campaign. Mentioned in 
despatches for both battles. Medal with clasp. Eetired with 
rank of Colonel. Eesides in Natal. 

Vaughan, Eichard Wyndham. 1856-61. Son of Andrew Henry 
Vaughan. Settled in Natal. 

Ward, Arthur Wellesley. 1856-61. Son of Eobert Ward. 

Ward, Charles Henry Cecil. 1856-63. Second surviving son of the 
Eev. Edward Langton Ward. Sixth Form, 1859-63. Judd 
Exhib. How Exhibitioner of Exeter College, Oxford. An 
invalid. Eesides at Norwood. 

Ward, Frederick William Orde. 1856-61. Eldest surviving son 
of the Eev. Edward Langton Ward. h. 1843. Sixth Form, 
1859-61. Judd Exhib. Football Thirteen, 1860. Exhibitioner 
of Wadham College, Oxford. 2nd cl. Mods. B.A. 1865. Some 
time Tutor to unattached Students of Oxford Univ. Ordained 
1868. Has held the Curacies of St. Giles', Oxford ; Eockingham, 
Northamptonshire ; and Shoreham, Kent. Since 1883 Vicar of 
Pishill, near Henley-on-Thames. 

Wauton, Charles Joseph Morrison. 1856-9. (Afterwards at Eugby 
School from 1860 to 1867.) Eldest son of the Eev. Joseph 
Atherton Wauton. h. 1848. Class. Exhib. of Queen's Coll., 
Camb. Class. Trip. B.A. 1871. M.A. 1873. Late Assistant- 
Master at Bedford Grammar School, and now Head Master of 
the Preparatory School at Tonbridge Castle. 

EASTER TERM, 1857. 

Austin, Wilham. 1857-60. Son of William Austin. 
H 2 



100 Tonbridge School a.d. 1857. 

Dove, Stephen. 1857-64. Son of Thomas Dove. Deceased. 
Franklin, Charles. 1857-8. Thh^d son of Henry Frankhn. b. 1842. 

Sixth Form, 1858. Mem. Eoy. Coll. Surg., 1863. Practises at 

Putney. 
Hudson, Thomas Henry Bankes. 1857-61. Eldest son of William 

Bankes Hudson, b. 1846. Formerly of the firm of Hatchards, 

(Publishers), Piccadilly, London, d. 1884. 
Hudson, Walter Jowett. 1857-62. Second son of William Bankes 

Hudson, b. 1848. Chemist in London. 
Isaacson, Percy Edward. 1857-60. Son of the Eev. Stuteville 

Isaacson, b. 1846. Formerly Collector of Customs and Harbour 

Master at Akyab, British Burmah. Has retired, and resides in 

England. 
Isaacson, Stuteville John. 1857-61. Son of the Eev. Stuteville 

Isaacson. b. 1845. Went to Australia, where he died, 

1874. 
Lord, James Winser. 1857-8. Only son of Edward Lord. b. 1842. 

Farmer and hop-grower at Northiam, Sussex. A Member of 

the Chichester Diocesan Conference since its foundation. 
Mather, Eichard Increase. 1857-8. Son of the Eev. Eobert Cotton 

Mather. 
Mather, Eobert Brodie. 1857-9. Son of the Eev. Eobert Cotton 

Mather. 
Mather, Samuel. 1857-60. Son of the Eev. Eobert Cotton 

Mather. 
Newington, Charles Douglas Godfrey. 1857-8. Joined the Bengal 

Army, 1860. Served in the Campaign on the North-West 

Frontier of India, 1863 ; also in the operations in the Umbeyla 

Pass. Wounded. Medal with clasp. Captain, 1869 ; retired, 

1873. Eesides in the Isle of Man. 

O'Brien, John Henry. 1857. Son of the Eev. WilHam O'Brien. 

Storr, Charles. 1857. Son of Francis Storr. Afterwards at Eepton 
School. New Coll., Oxford. B.A. 1865. M.A. 1866. Ordained 
1866. Formerly Curate of Chilham, Child's Hill, and Brenchley. 
Since 1876 Eector of Matfield. 

Tebbs, Wilham. 1857-8. Son of Wilham Tebbs. Queens' Coll., 
Camb. B.A. 1867. M.A. 1870. Ordained 1866. Since 1880 
Vicar of St. Matthew's, Auckland, New Zealand. 

SUMMER TEBM, 1857. 

Austen, Samuel Charles. 1857- Son of Eichard Austen. 

Brown, Harris. 1857-62. Son of Andrew Brown. In Texas. 

BuRRA, Eobert. 1857-9. Elder son of Eobert Burra. b. 1840. A 
Solicitor. Practises in London. 



A.D. 1857. Register, 101 

Burrows, Frederick Abernethy. 1857-60. (Afterwards at Upping- 
ham School). Eldest surviving son of Sir George Burrows, 
Bart. h. 1845. Admitted a Sohcitor, 1869. Practises in 
London. 

Cobb, Francis Marsden. 1857-62. (Completed his education at 
Munich, and at Brunswick College in connection with Gottingen 
University, where he studied languages, music, and painting.) 
Only surviving son of Francis Carr Cobb. Since 1864 has been 
engaged in the family business of bankers and brewers at 
Margate. 

Cornell, Philip. 1857-9. Son of Philip James Cornell, Phar- 
maceutical Chemist at Ipswich. 

Gibson, Sidney. 1857-63. Son of Wilham Gibson. Bead for the 
law. Afterwards engaged in tuition. 

Hall, Samuel Alfred. 1857-63. Eldest son of Alfred Hall. h. 
1817. Had passed all the Law Examinations, and was about 
to be taken into partnership with the firm to which he had 
been articled, when he died in 1870. 

HoARE, Edward Brodie. 1857-60. Eldest son of the Eev. Canon 
Edward Hoare. h. 1841. Sixth Form, 1859-60. Trin. Coll., 
Camb. B.A. 1864. M.A. 1868. Banker— of the late firm of 
Barnett, Hoares and Co. Now a Director of Lloyds', Barnetts', 
and Bosanquets' Bank, Limited. Chairman of the National 
Bank of New Zealand. Coutested the Attercliffe division of 
Sheffield in the Conservative interest at the General Election of 
1885, and Bradford in 1886. 

Humphry, Arthur. 1857-60. Sixth son of George Humphry, 
Cricket Eleven, 1859. Football Thirteen, 1859. One of seven 
brothers, all of whom were in turn long stops to the School 
Cricket Eleven. Was preparing for the Medical Profession 
when he died in 1867. 

Jackson, John Archer. 1857-60. Son of John Jackson. Besides 
at Hawkhurst. 

McGiLL, Arthur Ferguson. 1857-64. Third son of Wilham McGill, 
M.D. h. 1846. Medical Scholar of King's Coll., London. 
Fell. Eoy. Coll. Surg., 1874. Practises at Leeds. Professor of 
Anatomy to the Yorkshire Coll., and Surgeon to the General 
Infirmary at Leeds. Author of many papers in the Lancet and 
other medical journals. 

Neville, Ealph. 1857-65. Only son of Henry Neville, h. 1848. 

Football Thirteen, 1865. Emman. Coh. Camb. B.A. 1871. 

M.A. 1875. Called to the Bar, 1872. Formerly practised at 

Liverpool, now in London. Editor of " Neville and Macnamara's 

Eailway and Canal Traffic Cases." 
Newington, Albert Wilham Beatson. 1857-8. Son of Samuel 

Newington. Deceased. 

Newington, Douglas Philip Davison. 1857-8. Son of Samuel 
Newington. Tea planter in Assam. 



102 Tonhridge School a.d. 1857. 

Etch, Henry Eoss. 1857-65. Only son of Henry George William 
Eich. h. 1848. Superintendent of Indian Government Tele- 
graphs. 

Salusbury, William Llewellyn. 1857-9. Second son of the Eev. 
John Thomas Thelwall Salusbury. h. 1841. Sixth Form, 
1859. A Solicitor. Practises at Leicester. 

ToMLiNS, James. 1857-60. Son of the Eev. Eichard Tomlins. 
CHRISTMAS TEEM, 1857. 

Allan, John. 1857-60. Son of Frederick Allan. 

BuRRA, Thomas Fawcett. 1857-62. Younger son of Eobert Burra. 
b. 1843. Sixth Form, 1860-2. Head Boy. Cricket Eleven, 
1860-2. Captain. Football Thirteen, 1860-1. Captain. Judd 
Exhib. Univ. Coll., Oxford. 2nd el. Mods. 3rd cl. Lit. Hum. 
B.A. 1866. M.A. 1869. Won several Open Strangers' Eaces at 
Oxford. Ordained 1868. Has held the Curacies of Stanmore ; 
Eock, Worcestershire ; Byfleet, Surrey ; also the Vicarage of 
Flamstead, Herts, and the Eectory of Kiddington, Oxon. 
Presented to the Vicarage of Linton near Maidstone in 1886. 

EsTRiDGE, Edward. 1857-61. Youngest son of the Eev. Henry 
Thomas Estridge. Sixth Form, 1859-61. Cricket Eleven, 
1858-61 Captain. Football Thirteen, 1859-61. Trin. Coll., 
Oxford. B.A. 1865. M.A. 1869. An Assistant Master of 
Eepton School since 1866. 

Fisher, Eobert. 1857-60. Son of Thomas Fisher. 

Fisher, William Waterworth. 1857-60. Son of Thomas Fisher. 

Godson, George Eushout, 1857-9. Son of Septimus Holme 
Godson. Eesides in London. 

GoRHAM, Edwin John. 1857-62. Second son of William Gorham 
(Old Tonbridgian). b. 1849. A Sohcitor. Practised in Ton- 
bridge, d. 1884. 

Haggard, Bazett Michael. 1857-60. Afterwards at Winchester 
College. Second son of William Meybohm Eyder Haggard. 
b. 1847. Trin. Hall., Camb. B.A. 1870. Called to the Bar 
(Lincoln's Inn), 1871. 

Paramore, William Peat. 1857-66. Son of David Paramore. 

Egberts, James Frederick. 1857-60. Son of Adam Eoberts. 

EoBiNSON, Charles Otway. 1857-61. Son of the Eev. Henry 
Oliver Eobinson. 

EoBiNSON, Stanley Alexander. 1857-62. Son of the Eev. Henry 
Oliver Eobinson. 

Smallpeice, Frederick Ferdinand. 1857-9. Son of Mark Small- 
peice. b. 1843. First in the Law Examination of Trinity 
Term, 1864. A Solicitor. Town Clerk of Guildford. 



A.D. 1858. Register, 103 

Stone, Edward Baldock. 1857-61. Son of William Stone. Cricket 
Eleven, 1859-61. Football Thirteen, 1860-1. Barrister-at-Law. 

Woodward, Richard Francis. 1857-8. Son of Richard Woodward. 
Sixth Form, 1858. Scholar of Trin. Coll., Camb. 2nd cl. Class. 
Trip, and 2nd cl. Theol. B.A. 1862. Ordained 1864. Curate 
of Chapelthorpe, Wakefield. Afterwards Assistant Master at 
Rossall School. Later, Rector of Donyatt, Ilminster. Deceased. 

Young, Edward Charles. 1857-8. Son of Robert Young. Went to 
New Zealand. 

Young, Wilham. 1857. Son of Robert Young. 
EASTEB TERM, 1858. 

Alchin, Alfred. 1858-61. 

Bakee, Arthur. 1858-60. Son of Joseph Baker. Was in the Legacy- 
Duty Office, Somerset House, cl. 1885. 

Baker, Charles John. 1858-60. Was in the Civil Service at 
Somerset House as a clerk for a short time. Died young. 

Bird, Henry Rudolph Cloete. 1858-63. Second son of Major 
Robert Wilberforce Bird. Cricket Eleven, 1863. Football 
Thirteen, 1862. Was a sheep-farmer in Australia, cl. 1874. 

Bird, Robert Wilberforce Merttius. 1858-63. Eldest son of Major 
Robert Wilberforce Bird. Z>. 1845. Cricket Eleven, 1862. Foot- 
ball Thirteen, 1862. Called to the Bar. Practised in China 
down to 1872. d. 1874. 

CuFFE, Alfred Gordon. 1858-61. Son of George Cuffe. Mem. Roy. 
Coll. Surg., 1868, and Lie. Roy. Coll. Phys., 1869. Practises at 
Bradford. 

Godfrey, Joseph Wallace. 1858-9. (Afterwards at Harrow School.) 
Son of Joseph Silvester Godfrey. Trin. Coll., Camb. Became 
a Solicitor. 

Greatheed, William. 1858-64. (Afterwards at Blackheath Pro- 
prietary School.) Fourth son of the Rev. Samuel Stephenson 
Greatheed. h. 1848. Lond. Univ. Matric. Admitted a Solicitor, 
1873. After being a managing clerk for seven years, gave up 
the Law, in order to study at Mason's Science College, Bir- 
mingham. Author of various articles in magazines. A Naval 
Artillery Volunteer. Resides in London. 

Greenhill, William Scott Ridley. 1858-63. Son of Wilham Alex- 
ander Greenhill, M.D. b. 1845. Sixth Form, 1861-3. Head 
Boy. Judd Exhib. Trin. Coll., Oxford, d. 1866. 

Healey, Henry. 1858. 

Jekyll, John. 1858-9. Son of Joseph Jekyll. 

LiNDSELL, Edward Barber. 1858-64. Second son of John Lindsell. 
h. 1846. Sixth Form, 1864. Judd Exhib. Cricket Eleven, 
1863-4. A Solicitor. Practises at Hitchin, Herts. 



104 Tollbridge School a.d. 1858. 

LiNDSELL, John Barber. 1858-60. Eldest son of John Lindsell. 
h. 1844. Sixth Form, 1860. Entered the Eoyal Engineers, 
1864. Major, 1884. 

Lindsell, Wilham Harry Barber. 1858-66. Third son of John 
Lindsell. Z?. 1848. Sixth Form, 1863-6. Head Boy. JuddExhib. 
Football Thirteen, 1864-5, Captain. Scholar of Corpus Christi 
Coll., Oxford. 2nd cl. Mods. 1st cl. Lit. Hum. Proximo 
accessit for the Stanhope Historical Essay Prize. B.A. 1871. 
Called to the Bar (Lincoln's Inn), 1875. A Member of the 
Midland Circuit. 

Linton, Edward Wade. 1858. Son of Wilham Linton. 

Linton, Lancelot Wade. 1858. Son of William Linton. 

NixoN, John Evelyn. 1858-63. Second of John Walkinshaw 
Nixon, h. 1843. Smythe Exhib. Scholar of Christ's Coll., 
Camb. Till recently Principal of the University School, San 
Francisco. 

Parkee, AYilliam James. 1858-64. Only son of James Parker 
(Old Tonbridgian). Cricket Eleven, 1864. Football Thirteen, 
1864. Member of the London Stock Exchange. 

Eeade, Arthur Edward. 1858-63. (Afterwards at Haileybury College, 
1864-5.) Second surviving son of Edward Anderson Eeade, 
C.B. h. 1848. An official of the Indian Government Telegraphs, 
1867-79. Since 1882 Secretary to the Charing Cross Hospital, 
London. 

Eeade, Lawrence Edward. 1858-63. Eldest surviving son of 
Edward Anderson Eeade, C.B. h. 1846. Cricket Eleven, 1864-5. 
Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of New Zealand. 
Practises at Invercargill, New Zealand. 

EiGG, Herbert Addington. 1858-62. Second son of Jonathan Eigg. 
b. 1845. Trin. Coll., Camb. Jun. Opt. Math. Trip., and 3rd 
cl. Law Trip. B.A. 1868. M.A. 1871. Called to the Bar 
(Inner Temple), 1871. Of the Northern Circuit and Parlia- 
mentary Bar. 

Shute, Henry Gay. 1858-9. Son of Gay Shute. d. 1881. 

WiLKiE, Alexander Francis. 1858-60. Son of John Penell Wilkie. 
Cricket Eleven, 1859-60. Football Thirteen, 1859-60. In 
Australia. 

WiLKiE, John Wiseman. 1858-60. Son of John Penell Wilkie. 
Cricket Eleven, 1858-60, Captain. Football Thirteen, 1859-60. 



In Australia. 



SUMMER TEEM, 1858. 



Aldekson, Arthur. 1858-64. Son of Jonathan Alderson. A Solicitor. 

Alderson, Frank. 1858-62. Son of Jonathan Alderson. Christ's 
Coll., Camb. B.A. 1867. Ordained 1869. Has held the Curacies 
of Burnham Sutton, Norfolk ; Bodenham, Herefordshire ; and 
Dudleston, Salop. Since 1876 Perpetual Curate of Dudleston. 



A.D. 1858. Register, 105 

Bowman, i\.lfred Charles. 1858-63. (Afterwards at school at Lau- 
sanne for three years). Second son of John Frederick Bowman. 
h. 1847. After three years as a clerk with a firm of accountants 
in London, went to the United States, and entered the service 
of the Detroit and Milwaukee Railway. Has passed through 
most of the offices on that line, and is now its State agent in 
Michigan. Headquarters at Detroit. 

Daysh, Charles Edward. 1858-61. Son of George William Daysh. 

Fielding, Cecil Henry. 1858-64. Third son of George Hunsley 
Fielding, M.D. ; F.R.S. Sixth Form, 1864-6. Judd Exhib. 
Also Exhibitioner of Line. Coll., Oxford. 2nd cl. Law and Mod. 
Hist. B.A. 1870. M.A. 1881. Ordained 1870. Has been 
Curate of Littleborough, West Peckham, Ide Hill, Teynham, 
and (1875-85), Highani, near Rochester. Past President of the 
Rochester Naturalist Club. Author of "Symbolism," "A 
Handbook to Higham, or Curiosities of a Country Parish." 
Joint editor of " The Rochester Naturalist." 

Lodge, Charles Edward. 1858-60. Son of Charles Lodge. Said 
to have been accidentally drowned about 1875. 

LuARD, Neville. 1858. Son of Peter William Luard. A permanent 
invalid. 

LuARD, Peter John. 1858. Son of Peter William Luard. An 
opium agent in Bengal. 

MiLLEs, George Ridley. 1858-63. Son of the Rev. Thomas Milies. 
Cricket Eleven, 1863. King's College, London. Obtained the 
Leathes Prize, Prize for Practical Chemistry, and Certificates 
of Honour for Physiology and Botany. Entered the Medical 
Profession. Deceased. 

NoTTiDGE, Herbert. 1858-9. Son of George Nottidge. h. 1848. 
d. 1859. 

Reade, Malcolm. 1858-63. Fifth son of WiUiam Barrington Reade. 
h. 1845. Sixth Form (Modern), 1862-3. Cricket Eleven, 1863. 
Passed eighth for the Indian Civil Service in 1866. Murdered 
in India by a native servant in 1875. 

Roberts, Edward Philip. 1858-66. Son of Philip Roberts. Cricket 
Eleven, 1865-6. A Solicitor in London. 

Schroder, George. 1858-62. Elder son of Joseph Henry Schroder. 
h. 1843. Went from school to Buenos Ayres, where he was 
book-keeper at a Bank. Afterwards book-keeper in a Bank in 
Costa Rica. Now residing at San Francisco. 

Schroder, Joseph Henry. 1858-63. Younger son of Joseph Henry 
Schroder. Cricket Eleven, 1862-3. Football Thirteen, 1862-3. 
Formerly an accountant in Lincoln's Inn Fields, London. 

Simpson, Archibald Henry. 1858-61. Third son of George Simpson. 
h. 1843. Sixth Form, 1858-61. Head Boy. Smythe Exhib. 
Football Thirteen, 1859-60. Scholar and afterwards Fellow of 



106 Tonhridge School a.d. 1858. 

Christ's Coll., Camb. 1st cl. Class. Trip. (8th). B.A. 1865. 
M.x\. 1868. Called to the Bar (Lincoln's Inn), 1868. Practised 
for many years in London. Now at Sydney, New South Wales, 

CHBISTMAS TEEM, 1858. 

Baiss, James. 1858-61. Son of James Baiss. Settled in Texas, 
United States of America. 

Baly, Charles. 1858-9. A dentist in London. 

Barnard, Wyatt D'Auvergne. 1858-66. Son of John Wyatt Bar- 
nard. Sixth Form, 1864-6. Judd Exhib. (Remainder). Scholar 
of Clare Coll., Camb. Sen. Opt. Math. Trip. B.A. 1870. An 
Assistant Master at Uppingham School. 

Dyke, Reginald. 1858-61. Son of Colonel John Dixon Dyke. In 
Australia. 

Humphry, Francis. 1858-63. Youngest son of George Humphry, b. 
1845. Sixth Form, 1862-3. Cricket Eleven, 1860-3. Football 
Thirteen, 1861-2. The last of seven brothers, all of whom were 
in turn long-stops to the School Cricket Eleven. Sub-manager 
of the London and River Plate Bank, Buenos Ayres. 

Parish, Charles Woodbyne. 1858-62. (Afterwards at Lancing 
College.) Younger son of Sir George Woodbine Parish, K.C.H. 
Resides at St. Petersburgh, and Quarry House, St. Leonard's-on- 
Sea. 

Parish, George Woodbyne. 1858-61. Elder son of Sir George Wood- 
bine, K.C.H. b. 1846. Died at School, 1861. 

Richardson, Henry Adair. 1858-65. Only son of William Richard- 
son, M.D. Sixth Form, 1861-5. Head Boy, 1863-5. Cricket 
Eleven, 1862-5. Captain, 1863-5. Football Thirteen, 1863-4. 
Captain. Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1869. Played several years 
in the Cambridge University Cricket Eleven, and was Captain ; 
played also for Kent. In business at Bombay. 

Smith, George. 1858-60. Eldest son of Hugh Walhs Smith, b. 
1843. Doctor of Dental Surgery. (D.D.S.) Member of 
Chicago (U.S.i\.) Dental Society. Practises at Chicago. 

Smith, Hugh Frederick. 1858-61. Second son of Hugh Walhs 
Smith. Entered the 88th Foot, 1866. Captain, 1870. After- 
wards in the Bombay Staff Corps. Wing Officer of Jacob's 
Rifles (30th Bombay Native Infantry). Killed in action at 
Maiwand, 1880. 

Stead, Alfred James. 1858-60. Only son of the Rev. Alfred Stead. 
b. 1845. Entered the Bengal Army. Now Major and Wing 
Commander of the 11th Bengal Native Infantry. Served in 
the Bhootan Expedition, 1864. Medal. Also in the Afghan 
War, 1878-9. Medal. Also in the Burmah Expedition, 1886. 

Towers, Wilham. 1858-65. Second son of the Rev. Grainger Law- 
rence Towers. Resides at Leighton Buzzard. 



A.D. 1859. Register. 107 

Turner, Skinner Calvert. 1858. Son of John Fiilling Turner. 

Watson, Howard Aylwim. ] 858-9. (Subsequently at schools at 
Maidstone and Manchester). Son of the Kev. Thomas \¥atson. 
Corpus Christi Coll., Camb. B.A. 1870. Ordained 1872. Has 
held the Curacies of Battle ; St. Nicholas, Eochester ; Water- 
ingbury and Leeds, Kent ; and since 1881 the Curacy of 
Boughton Malherbe, Maidstone. 



EASTEB TEEM, 1859. 

Annison, Kichard William. 1859-64. Second son of Eichard 
William Annison. Grocer at Tonbridge. 

Bromley, Henry Eoseneath. 1859-62. Third son of the Eev. John 
William Bromley. Eesides at Sydenham. 

Carnell, William. 1859-63. Son of George Carnell. Deceased. 

Day, Alfred Edward. 1859-64. (Afterwards at Cheltenham 
College). Younger son of Lewis Day. b. 1850. Passed the 
final examination for the Law, but was never admitted a 
Solicitor. Went to the Cape of Good Hope Gold Diggings. 
Afterwards joined the Cape Mounted Eifles. Died in the 
Transvaal, 1880. 

EwART, John Henry. 1859-62. Mem. Eoy. Coll. Surg., 1871. 
Lie. Eoy. Coll. Phys., 1871. Practises at Cheetham Hill, near 
Manchester. 

EwBANK, Francis. 1859-62. Son of Henry Ew^bank. A Dentist 
in London. Mem. Eoy. Coll. Surg., 1867. Dental Surgeon to 
St. Bartholomew's Hospital. Late House Surgeon to the 
Eoyal London Ophthalmic Hospital. 

Lindridge, George Edward. 1859-60. Eldest son of George 
Lindridge. b. 1845. Died from the effects of an accident when 
skating, 1861. 

Low, Gustavus John. 1859-65. Sixth son of Captain John Hand- 
cock Low, H.E.I.C.S. b. 1847. Sixth Form, 1864-5. Cricket 
Eleven, 1864-5. Bengal Uucovenanted Civil Service (Oudh 
Police), 1866-85. Eetired on account of ill-health. Secretary 
to the Old Boys' Dinner since 1884. Eesides in London. 

Mills, John Blanchard. 1859-62. Second son of Henry Mills 
(Indian Judge). Of the Eailway Department, Cooktown, 
Queensland . 

Nixon, Arundel. 1859-63. Third son of John Walkinshaw Nixon. 
Sixth Form, 1861-3. Obtained, but did not accept a Scholar- 
ship at Christ's Coll., Camb. Honours in Lond. Univ. Matric. 
Died young. 

Pardoe, Henry Windsor. 1859-60. Son of George Pardoe. 
Entered the 2nd Madras Light Cavalry, 1862. Eose to the 
rank of Captain, and was Adjutant for twelve years, d. 1878. 



108 Tonhridge School a.d. 1859. 

Philips, Charles Edward. 1859-61. Son of George M. Philips. 
Admitted a Solicitor in 1869. Practises at Hertford. 

Savill, Arthur. 1859. Son of Samuel Savill. Died in the Easter 
holidays, 1859. 

Smallpeice, Henry Herbert. 1859-62. Son of Mark Smallpeice. 
Entered the 66th Eegiment, 1865. Instructor of Musketry, 
1873. Captain, 1879. Died in India, 1879. 

TuKNER, Benjamin Brecknell. 1859-63. (Afterwards at Schools at 
Geneva and Amiens). Eldest son of Benjamin B. Turner, h. 
1848. Member of the London Stock Exchange. Besides at 
Queen Anne's Gate, Westminster. 

Whitmore, Wilham Beach. 1859-65. Eldest son of John 
Whitmore. h. 1847. Sixth Form, 1864-5. Warnford Med. 
Schol. at King's College, London. Mem. Eoy. Coll. Surg. 
M.B. London Univ. Formerly House Surgeon and Surgical 
Eegistrar to King's College Hospital. Medical Officer to the 
S.S. Investigator when laying the Submarine Cable from Java 
to Australia. Medical Superintendent, Kensington Infirmary. 
1872-81. Now in private practice in London. 

YouNCx, Keith Downes. 1859-64. Eldest son of George Adam 
Young, h. 1848. Architect. Appointed in 1881, Architect to 
the London Fever Hospital, and in 1885 to the Middlesex 
Hospital. Author of (joint) contribution to " Our Homes," 
(Cassell's), and a portion of "Helps to Health," (Kegan Paul, 
1885) ; also of papers on Baths, Cottage Hospitals, &c., con- 
tributed to various English and American journals. 

SUMMER TEEM, 1859. 

HoARE, John Gurney. 1859-65. Second son of the Eev. Canon 
Edward Hoare. Sixth Form, 1863-5. Judd Exhib. Cricket 
Eleven, 1864-5. Trin. Coll., Camb. Tied for the High Jump 
in the Inter-University sports. 3rd cl. Class. Trip. B.A. 
1869. M.A. 1873. Ordained 1873. Formerly Assistant Master 
at Eepton School. Has held the Curacies of Sculcoates, 
Kingston-upon-HuU, Sunderland, and Holy Trinity, Tunbridge 
Wells. Since 1877 Vicar of St. Dunstan's, Canterbury. 

May, Eichard Cooke. 1859-65. Son of Wilham May. Member 
of the London Stock Exchange. 

Mercer, Frederick John. 1859-61. Son of George Mercer, b. 
1848. Admitted a Solicitor. Practised at Deal from 1870 to 
1879, when he w^ent to Australia, and was accidentally drowned 
at Sydney, 1882. 

Otw\\y, John Jocelyn. 1859-61. Eldest son of the Eev. Cooke 
Otway. cl. 1866. 

Otway, Eobert Cooke. 1859-64. Second (only surviving) son of 
the Eev. Cooke Otway. b. 1846. Joined the 13th Foot, (now 
Prince Albert's Somersetsliire Light Infantry), 1867. Captain, 



A.D. 1859. Register. 109 

1878. Served in the South African Campaign of 1878-9, 
comprising the expedition against Secocoeni, the Zulu War, and 
the battle of Ulundi. Medal with clasp. 

Pyne, Arthur John. 1859-60. Son of the Eev. Wilham Masters 
Pyne. Farmer in Christchurch, New Zealand. 

Pyne, Charles Frank Masters. 1859-65. Son of the Eev. Wilham 
Masters Pyne. Deceased. 

Pyne, Jasper Douglas. 1859-65. Son of the Eev. William Masters 
Pyne. h. 1847. Tenant Farmer in Ireland. Member of 
Parliament (Nationalist) for the Western Division ofWaterford. 
Eesides at Lisfanny Castle, co. Waterford. 

Pyne, Wilham Beynham. 1859-60. Son of the Eev. Wilham 
Masters Pyne. Settled in New Zealand. 

EuTLEY, Samuel Baldock. 1859-65. Son of Samuel Eutley. 
Farming at West Court, Chalk, Kent. 

Turner, Henry. 1859-61. Son of Eichard Turner. 

CHRISTMAS TERM, 1859. 

Carnell, Edward Herbert. 1859. (Afterwards at School at 
Tunbridge Wells). Eldest son of Edward Carnell. (Old 
Tonbridgian). h. 1848. Chief Clerk in the Maldon Branch of 
the Loudon and County Bank. 

Champneys, Henry Walpole. 1859-63. (Afterwards at Eugby 

School). Son of Charles John Champneys. 
Fairbrother, a. 1859-60. Son of John Fairbrother. 
Fairbrother, Edward. 1859-60. Son of John Fairbrother. 
Fox, Francis. 1859-61. Son of Sir Charles Fox. Sixth Form, 

1860-1. Civil Engineer. Justice of the Peace. 
Fox, Henry. 1859-60. Son of Sir Charles Fox. Civil Engineer. 
Godson, Edmund Probyn. 1859-63. Fifth son of Septimus 

Holmes Godson. Trin Coll., Camb. Jun. Opt. Math. Trip. 

B.A. 1872. M.A. 1875. Called to the Bar, 1873. 

Godson, Eobert. 1859-63. Fourth son of Septimus Holmes 
Godson. 

Hancock, Arthur Percival. 1859-61. Son of General Hancock. 

Laycock, Eobert Charles Eichard. 1859-60. (Afterwards at School 

at Worcester.) Only son of Charles Eobson Laycock, M.D. 

h. 1847. Corn Merchant in Derbyshire. 

Mawley, Septimus. 1859-63. Youngest son of Henry Mawley. 
h. 1846. A Sheep Farmer in the province of Wellington, New 
Zealand. 

Palmer, George. 1859-61. Second son of Philip Palmer, h. 
1845. Sixth Form, 1861. Jelf Medallist and Assoc, King's 
Coll., London. After following the profession of a Civil 
Engineer for some years in England, entered in 1870 the Public 



110 Tonhridge School a.d. 1859. 

Works Department of H.H. the Nizam of the Deccan, India, 
in which department he is now Chief Engineer and Secretary 
to the Government. Member of the Institution of Civil 
Engineers. 
Palmer, Thomas. 1859-67. Fourth son of Phihp Pahner. 
Entered upon a Commercial career, but died early in 1871. 

Pattisson, Hoel Thornthwaite. 1859-61. Third son of Jacob 
Howell Pattisson, Ll.M. h. 1843. Cricket Eleven, 1860-1. 
Sheep Farmer in New Zealand and the Chatham Islands, 
1862-78. x\ Justice of the Peace for New Zealand. Eetired 
from business and returned to England, 1878. 

Pattisson, James Jollie. 1859-69. Fifth son of Jacob Howell 
Pattisson, Ll.M. h, 1851. Sixth Form, 1869. Judd Exhib. 
Sid. Suss. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1873. M.A. 1877. Prepares 
boys for the Pubhc Schools. 

EiGDEN, Wilham Gregson. 1859-60. Son of WiUiam Eigden. Foot- 
ball Thirteen, 1860. Sizar of Christ's Coll., Camb. B.A. 1865. 

EiviNGTON, Septimus. 1859-64. Seventh son of Francis Eivington. 
h. 1846. Sixth Form, 1863-4. Judd Exhib. Cricket Eleven, 
1863-4. Football Thirteen, 1863. Trin. Coll., Oxford. B.A. 
1868. M.A. 1871. A member of the firm of Eivingtons, Pub- 
hshers, London. Author of *' A History of Tonbridge School " 
(1868). 

EuTLEY, WilHam Lavette. 1859-64. Son of Samuel Eutley. En- 
gaged in the hop trade. 

Salusbury, Folliott Lynch. 1859-64. Son of the Eev. John Thomas 
Thelwall Salusbury. Sixth Form, 1862-4. Judd Exhib. Scholar 
of St. Cath. Coll., Camb. 2nd cl. Class. Trip. B.A. 1868. M.A. 
1871. Ordained 1870. Has been Curate of Market-Overton, 
and Curate in charge in Llangibby, Monmouthshire. Since 
1878 Eector of Llangibby. 

Shepherd, Frederick. 1859-64. Fifth son of the Eev. Eobert Shep- 
herd. Sixth Form, 1862-4. Judd Exhib. Brasenose Coll., 
Oxford. B.A. 1862. Acted as organist at the church of one of 
his brothers, d. 1881. 

Welldon, Charles Edward. Second son of the Eev. James Ind 
Welldon, D.C.L. (formerly Head Master of Tonbridge School.) 
Tea-planter in Ceylon. 

White, WilHam. 1859-64. Son of Thomas White. 

EASTEB TEEM, 1860. 

Body, James Alfred. 1860-64. Son of John Body. Football Thir- 
teen, 1862-3. Formerly a brewer at Brighton; now proprietor 
of flax-crushing works at Winnipeg, Manitoba. 

Bowman, John Hugh. 1860-2. Third son of John Frederick Bow- 
man, h. 1849. Joined the Mauritius Civil Service, 1870. Now 
Senior Second Class Inspector of Constabulary in Mauritius. 



A.D. 1860. Register. Ill 

Clarke, Frederick Charles. Son of Frederick Clarke. Cricket 
Eleven, 1860-1. Football Thirteen, 1861. Entered the Eoyal 
Artillery. Captain, 1879. Died in India, 1879. 

Clough, Duncombe John. 1860. Elder son of John Noble Clough. 
h. 1846. d. 1860. 

Clough, Gerald Dupre. 1860. Younger son of John Noble Clough. 
h. 1850. Afterwards on H.M.S. Worcester (training ship). 
Died on his first voyage, 1865. 

Dale, Thurstau George. 1860-3. Eldest son of Thurstan George 
Dale. Emman. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1872. Ordained 1874. 
Has held the Curacies of Stanstead, Suffolk, and Aldenham, 
Herts. Since 1879 Curate of Bishop's Hatfield, Herts. 

Diamond, Edward Rigby. 1860. Son of John Eoss Diamond (Old 
Tonbridgian) . 

Diamond, Horace. 1860. Son of John Ross Diamond (Old Ton- 
bridgian) . 

Dickenson, Austin. 1860-4. Son of James Wilhani Austin Dicken- 
son. Formerly of the Hop Exchange, London. 

Dickenson, Charles. 1860-2. Son of James Wilham Austin 
Dickenson. Formerly of the Hop Exchange, London. 

FiTZHERBERT, Edward Herbert. 1860-3. Son of Edward Fitzherbert. 

h. 1845. Cricket Eleven, 1862-3. Football Thirteen, 1861-3. 

Joined the 4th Foot (now the King's Own Royal Lancashire 

Regiment), 1865. Major, 1881. 
GoLDiNG, Thomas. 1860-3. Farms at Plaxtol. 
Harmar, George John. 1860-4. Son of William Harmar. Football 

Thirteen, 1864. Formerly resided in Gray's Inn, London. 
Selby, Walford Daking. 1860-1. Eldest son of Thomas Selby. h. 

1845. After leaving Tonbridge, studied at Bonn University. 

Superintendent of the Literary Search Room of H.M. Public 

Record Office. Honorary Treasurer of the Pipe Roll Society. 
Streeten, Henry Robert Bradley Septimus. 1860-8. Seventh son 

of the Rev. Henry Thomas Streeten, h. 1850. Smythe Exhib. 

Football Thirteen, 1867. Corpus Christi Coll., Camb. B.A. 1872. 

M.A. 1879. Ordained 1873. Formerly Curate of St. John's, 

Keswick; then Tyne Chaplain of the "Missions to Seamen" 

Society; and now Association Secretary to the same Society. 

Thomson, Stephen. 1860-5. Son of the Rev. William Stephen 

Thomson. 
WiBMER, Lewis Martin. 1860-5. Son of Lewis Michael Wibmer. 

Entered the Peninsular and Oriental Company's Service. Is 

now a First Officer of one of their steam-ships. 
Willis, Edmund. 1860-8. Fourth surviving son of Francis Willis, 

M.D. 6.1849. Football Thirteen, 1866-7. Exeter Coll., Oxford. 

Noted as a runner. Winner of Quarter-mile in the University 

Freshmen's Sports and other races. B.A. 1872. M.A. 1875. 

In Holy Orders. Formerly Curate of Horsham. Since 1877 

Incumbent of St. Mark's Chapel of Ease, Horsham. 



112 Tonhridge School a.d. 1860. 

SUMMER TEBM, 1860. 

Bromley, Walter. 1860-1. Son of Eichard Bromley. 

Dale, John William. 1860-6. Second son of Thurstan George 
Dale. b. 1848. Cricket Eleven, 1864-6. Football Thirteen, 

1865. St. John's Coll., Camb. B.A. 1870. Eowed in the 
University Boat, 1869-70, and played in the University Cricket 
Eleven, 1868-70. Land Agent to the Ecclesiastical Commis- 
sioners for England. Eesides in London. 

Eraser, Arthur Eeginald. 1860-4. Son of Alexander Eraser, b. 
1850. Joined the Eoyal Artillery, 1870. Major, 1885. 

Godson, Coker St. Loe Malet. 1860-5. Son of William Coker 
Godson. Ordained 1875. Has held the Curacies of Chilvers- 
Coton ; St. Silas, Bristol ; Holmwood, Dorking ; Warboys, 
Hunts ; Holy Trinity, Derby ; and Tirley, Tewkesbury. 

Godson, Wilham Oscar Coker. 1860. Son of Wilham Coker 
Godson. 

Leggett, Erederick Octavius. 1860-5. Youngest son of Major- 
General Joseph Leggett. b. 1848. Entered the India Office, 

1866. Transferred in 1868 to the Adjutant-General's Office, 
Horse Guards ; and thence, in 1871, to the Control Department. 
Captain and Dep. Asst. Com. Gen. Ordnance Store Department. 

Leman, Eobert Edward. 1860-1. Youngest son of James Leman. 
b. 1844. A Solicitor. Practises in London. 

Maclean, Septimus. 1860-1. Son of Alexander Maclean. An 
invalid. 

McGrath, Henry Walter. 1860-2. Only son of Henry Walter 
McGrath. b. 1843. Wadh. Coll., Oxford. B.A. 1867. M.A. 
1868. In Holy Orders. Has held the Curacies of Pershore, 
Worcestershire ; Newton Abbot, Devon ; St. Sidwell's, Exeter ; 
and, since 1879, St. Edmund's, Exeter. 

Noble, George Edward. 1860-2. Son of John Noble. In the 
Hong Kong and Shanghai Bank Corporation, London. 

Peet, Arthur William. 1860-4. Son of Joseph Peet. Sixth Form, 
1862-4. Christ Church Coll., Oxford. Passed the first 
examination for the Indian Civil Service; afterwards entered 
the Forest Department, Madras Presidency, India, d. cir. 

1882. 

Thomas, George Nottidge. 1860-2. Only son of George Eobinson 
Thomas, b. 1846. Trin. Coll., Oxford. Entered the Civil 
Service. Prisons Department, Home Office, 1869. 

Turner, Frederick William Benjamin. 1860-1. Son of Eichard 
Turner. 

CHRISTMAS TERM, 1860. 

Bayden, Thomas. 1860-7. Son of Thomas Bayden. Cricket 
Eleven, 1867. Eesides at Hythe, Kent. 



A.D. 1860. Register. 113 

BoLLAND, William Ernest. 1860-3. (Afterwards at Marlborough 
College, 1863-7.) Only son of William Bolland. h. 1847. 
Sixth Form, 1862. Postmaster of Mert. Coll., Oxford. 1st cl. 
Class. Mods. 2nd cl. Lit Hum. B.A. 1872. M.A. 1874. 
Ordained 1875. Assistant Master at Bedford Granuxiar 
School, 1874-9. Since 1879, Head Master of Worcester 
Cathedral Grammar School. Author of "A Translation of 
Aristotle's Politics with Essays by Andrew Lang." 

Campbell, Alexander William Dennistoun. 1860-7. Eldest son 
of Major General John Peter Wilham Campbell. h. 1848. 
Sixth Form, 1864-7. Head Boy. Football Thirteen, 1866. 
Cricket Eleven, 1867. Judd, Fisher, and Smythe Exhibs. 
Scholar of Brasenose Coll., Oxford. Passed 23rd for the Indian 
Civil Service in 1867. Entered the 16th Lancers, 1871. 
Exchanged to 15th Hussars, 1878. Bengal Staff Corps, 1878. 
Served in the Afghan War, 1878-9, including the occupation of 
Candahar and Khelat-i-Ghilzai (Medal). Since 1882, Cantonment 
Magistrate, Fyzabad. A Justice of the Peace. 

Champneys, Charles Thornton. 1860-3. (Afterwards at Eugby 
School). Son of Charles John Champneys. 

CuRTEis, Eeginald Whitfield. 1860-6. Eldest son of Frederick 
Wilham Curteis. h. 1847. Sixth Form, 1865-6. Cricket 
Eleven, 1866. Football Thirteen, 1865. Trin. Coll., Camb. 
B.A. 1869. M.A. 1886. In the Kent Militia, 1872-3. Ordained 
1873. Has held the Curacy of Blandford-Forum, Dorset; the 
Vicarage of Mark Cross, Sussex; the Curacy of Wilsford, 
Wilts, and, since 1884, the Vicarage of Bobbington, Stourbridge. 

Curteis, William Frederick. 1860-7. Second son of Frederick 
Wilham Curteis. h. 1849. Sixth Form, 1866-7. Cricket 
Eleven, 1866-7. Football Thirteen, 1866. Jesus Coll., Camb. 
Noted as a high jumper. B.A. 1871. Joined the 22nd Foot, 
(now the Cheshire Regiment j, 1872. Captain, 1882. 

Fisher, Donnelly. 1860-2. Son of Thomas John Fisher. 

Hughes-Hughes, Charles Augustus. 1860-5. Third son of 
Wilham Hughes-Hughes, J. P. h. 1848. Entered the Eoyal 
Military Academy, Woolwich, in 1867. Died in 1869, a few 
days before his final Examination for the Eoyal Engineers. 

Hughes-Hughes, Walter Oldham. 1860-5. Second (eldest sur- 
viving) son of William Hughes-Hughes, J. P. h. 1847. Sixth 
Form, 1862-5. Judd Exhib. Scholar of Wadh. Coll.; Oxford. 
2nd. cl. Mods. 3rd cl. Law and Mod. Hist. B.A. 1869. 
M.A. 1872. Senior Classical Master at Taunton College School, 
1870-6. Head Master of St. Leonard's (Preparatory) School. 
1876-80. Since 1880, an Assistant Master at Tonbridge School. 
Editor of this book. 

JossELYN, George Francis. 1860-2. Son of George Josselyn, Sixth 
Form, 1861-2. A Solicitor. Practices at Ipswich. 

MgLeod, Bentley. 1860-2. Son of Thomas McLeod. 

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114 Tonhridge School a.d. 1860. 

Nicholson, Edward Williams Byron. 1860-7. Only son of Edward 
Nicholson, R.N. h. 1849. Sixth Form, 1864-7 (Head in last 
examination). Judd Exhib. Scholar of Trin. Coll., Oxford. 
1st cl. Mods, 3rd cl. Law and Mod. Hist. Gaisford Prize for 
Greek Verse, and Hon. Ment. for Greek Prose, 1871. Jmiior 
Greek Testament Prize, 1872. B.A. 1871. M.A. 1874. Hon. 
Librarian of Oxford Union Society, 1872. Librarian of the 
London Institution, 1873-82. Bodley's Librarian, Oxford, since 
1882. Author of "The Christ-child and other Poems," 1877; 
"The Gospel according to the Hebrews," 1879; " The Rights 
of an Animal," 1879; "A New Commentary on the Gospel 
according to Matthew," 1881 ; " Our new New Testament," 
1881; "New Homeric Researches," 1882; "Jim Lord, a 
Poem," 1882 ; &c. 

Platt, Thomas Henry Pigott. 1860-7. Son of Thomas Piatt. 
Sixth Form, 1865-7. Smythe Exhib. Christ's Coll., Camb. 
B.A. 1871. M.A. 1875. Ordained 1872. Has held the Curacies 
of St. Peter and of St. Michael, Coventry; also of Lower 
Hereford ; the Rectory of Wyville, Lincolnshire ; the Curacy 
in charge of Kingston Seamoor, Somersetshire ; and the Curacy 
of Stanford Rivers, Romford. 

Satow, Samuel Augustus Mason. 1860-4. Youngest son of Hans 
David Christopher Satow. h. 1847. Admitted a Solicitor, 
1871. Practises in London. Resides at Upper Clapton, Mid- 
dlesex. 

Saxton, Edward Somes. 1860-66. Eldest son of Edward Saxton. 
h. 1848. Sixth Form, 1862-6. Judd and Smythe Exhibs. 
Cricket Eleven, 1866. Football Thirteen, 1865. Scholar of St. 
John's Coll., Camb. 1st cl. Class. Trip. B.A. 1870. Called to 
the Bar (Lincoln's Inn), 1872. Resides at Shortlands, Kent. 

Towers, Grainger Lawrence. 1860-4. Eldest son of the Rev. 
Grainger Lawrence Towers. Sixth Form, 1864. Cricket Eleven, 
1864. Football Thirteen, 1862-4. In the Indian Government 
Telegraph Service. 

Tucker, Alfred. 1860-8. Sixth son of Captain William Tucker. 
h. 1850. Cricket Eleven, 1866-8. Football Thirteen, 1860. 
Engaged in business in Natal, South Africa. A Member of the 
Legislative Council of that colony. 

Tucker, Frederick Nugent. 1860-4. Fifth son of Captain WilHam 
Tucker, h. 1847. Was formerly a clerk in the Trinity House ; 
then in the service of the Bank of British North America, both 
in England and in Canada. In 1877 went to Natal, South 
Africa, where he has been engaged in various businesses, and is 
now a Justice of the Peace and Member of the Local Township 
Board of Newcastle, Natal. 

Turner, Skinner Calvert. 1860-4. Son of John Fulling Turner. 
(The Christian name Skinner indicates that the person so 
named was born while his father w^as Master of the Skinners' 
Company.) 



A.D. 1861. Register. 115 

Walker, Giles Frederick. 1860-5. Eldest surviving son of Giles 
Walker, h. 1846. Sixth Form, 1862-5. Football Thirteen, 1862-4. 
Planter and land-owner in Ceylon. Justice of the Peace for the 
district of Nawalapitiya. 

Walker, William Gregory. 1860-7. Second surviving son of Giles 
Walker. Sixth Form, 1864-7. Judd Exhib. Cricket Eleven, 
1865-7. Captain. Football Thirteen, 1864-6. Captain. Scholar 
of Exeter Coll., Oxford. 2nd cl. Mods. 3rd cl. Lit. Hum. B.A. 
1871. Called to the Bar (Lincoln's Inn), 1873. Is now prac- 
tising at Sydney, New South Wales. Author of '* A Manual of 
the Law of Partition " and " A Compendium of the Law relating 
to Executors and Administrators." 

EASTEB TEEM, 1861. 

Barr, John Edward. 1861-4. Third son of Major-Geueral William 
Barr. b. 1849. Joined the 109th Foot (Bombay Infantry), 1869. 
Served in the Afghan War, 1879-80. Medal. Captain, 1881. 
Now in the Bengal Staff Corps and Wing Commander of the 
3rd Bengal Infantry. 

Hen SON, Gerald Francis. 1861. (Afterwards at Cheltenham College.) 
Eldest son of the Eev. Francis Henson. b. 1848. In 1868 
entered the Exchequer and Audit Department of the English 
Civil Service (1st in Competitive Examination). Retired in 
1884, and lives on his estate at Eedworth, Totnes, Devon. 

Mills, Thomas Gale. 1861-2. (Afterwards at King's College, London.) 
Third son of Henry Mills, b. 1848. A Solicitor. Practised in 
Bedford Eow, London, d. 1883. 

Raven, Herbert Fenton. 1861-4. Son of Robert Raven. Cricket 
Eleven, 1863. Formerly a Solicitor at Ulceby, Lincolnshire. 

Seaton, Edward Cox. 1860-5. Eldest son of Edward Cator Seaton, 
M.D. b. 1847. Lond. Univ. M.D. 1st cl. Honours. Fell. 
Roy. Coll. Phys. M.D. 1871. Physician and Lecturer to St. 
Thomas' Hospital. Medical Officer of Health for Nottingham 
and Chelsea. Physician to the Nottingham and Notts Hospital. 
Sanitary Expert. Author of various publications referring to 
Medical and Sanitary Science. 

Syckelmore, Thomas Joseph. 1861-6. Eldest son of James Syc- 
kelmore. b. 1848. Sixth Form, 1864-6. Judd Exhib. Football 
Thirteen, 1865. St. John's Coll., Camb. Jun. Opt. Math. Trip. 
B.A. 1870. An Assistant Master at the Grammar School, Black- 
burn, Lancashire. 

Unwin, Arthur Hamilton. 1861-4. Eldest son of Henry Unwin. 
6.1846. Sixth Form, 1863-4. Football Thirteen, 1862-4. Passed 
for the Indian Civil Service, 1867. Joined the Bombay C.S. 
1869. Has held various posts, including that of Acting Director 
of Public Instruction in British Burmah, and is now Acting 
Civil and Sessions Judge for the Kanara District. 
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116 Tonhridge School a.d. 1 8 6 1 . 

Unwin, Francis Skipworth. 1861-6. Second son of Henry Unwin. 
In the Imperial Customs, China. 

Unwin, Henry Addington. 1861-4. Third son of Henry Unwin. 
In the Oriental Bank, 1871-8 ; then in the Colonial Office, 
Sydney, New South Wales ; from 1882-5 Private Secretary to 
Lord Augustus Loftus, Governor of New South Wales. 

Whyte, Charles Albert. 1861. Son of William James Whyte. 
Formerly a Solicitor. Afterwards held a Commission in the 
Eoyal East Middlesex Militia. Now a Member of the London 
Stock Exchange. 

SUMMER TERM, 1861. 

Brook, Frederick Winn. 1861-2. Fourth son of William Henry 
Brook, h. 1843. 

GoLDiNG-BiRD, John Percival. 1861-2. (At King's College School, 
1862-9.) Youngest son of Golding Bird, M.D., F.E.S. h. 1851. 
Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1872. M.A. 1876. 

Gray, Owen Dacre. 1861-5. Son of Owen Gray. d. 1881. 

Hanford, George Wilham Henry. 1861-2. Son of the Eev. George 
James Hanford. Corpus Christi Coll., Camb. B.A. 1873. M.A. 
1882. Ordained 1873. Has held the Curacies of Brewood, 
Staffordshire ; and St. Mark's, Old Street, London. Since 1884 
Vicar of St. Andrew's, Cardiff. 

LocHEE, Lewis Taswell. 1861-7. Eldest son of Alfred Lochee, 
M.D., F.E.C.P. h, 1849. Sixth Form, 1864-7. Exhibitioner 
of Exeter Coll., Oxford. 2nd cl. Mods. 3rd cl. Lit. Hum. B.A. 
1871. M.A. 1874. Ordained 1872. Formerly Curate of St. 
Gabriel's, Pimlico ; then in charge of All Saints', Pimlico. Since 
1885 Eector of Barnes, London, S.W. 

Matthews, Harold Francis. 1861-6. Only son of John Matthews. 
Bengal Civil Service. Officiating Joint Magistrate and Deputy 
Collector in Bengal. 

Reade, Frederick Wilham. 1861-6. Second son of Alfred Eeade. 
h. 1847. Sixth Form, 1865-6. Smythe Exhib. St. Alban Hall, 
Oxford. 4th cl. Law and Mod. Hist. B.A. 1870. In Holy 
Orders. Has held the Curacies of Calstock, Cornwall ; East 
Mailing, Kent ; Holy Trinity, Haverstock Hill ; the Curacies in 
charge of Norden (Eochdale) and Balderston (Eochdale). Now 
Curate in charge of St. Ambrose, Pendleton, Manchester. 

RuxTON, George Fitzherbert Symonds. 1861-5. Second son of 
Captain John Henry Hay Euxton (Old Tonbridgian) . Trin. 
Coll. and St. Peter's Coll., Camb. Eesides at Broad Oak, 
Brenchley. 

Thomson, Arthur Scarlett. 1861-2. Second son of Edward Mason 
Thomson, h. 1850. Head partner in the firm of Cox, Sons, 
Buckley, and Co., church furnishers, London. Chief Consul for 
Surrey for the Cyclists' Touring Club. 



A.D. 1862. Register, 117 

Thomson, Edward Mason. 1861-2. Eldest son of Edward Mason 
Thomson, h. 1847. Of no profession. 

Webber, Henry. 1861-7. Son of William Webber. Sixth Form, 
1866-7. Cricket Eleven, 1865-7. Pemb. Coll., Oxford. Member 
of the London Stock Exchange. 

Wynne, Eichard Ithel. 1861. Son of William Lifton Wynne. In 
the legal profession at Montreal, Canada. 

CHBISTMAS TEEM, 1861. 

AiED, Henry Keeble. 1861-5. Sixth son of John Aird. b. 1849. 
Connected with pastoral pursuits in the Australian Colonies ; 
also a Financial Agent and a Justice of the Peace for the Colony 
of South Australia. 

Brook, WiUiam Henry. 1861-3. Fifth son of William Henry Brook. 
b. 1845. Football Thirteen, 1862-3. A Sohcitor. Town Clerk 
of Warrington, Lancashire. 

Broughall, William. 1861-3. 

Harrison, George. 1861. Son of Fortescue Harrison. 

Hoare, Edward Arthur. 1861-7. Third son of the Eev. Canon 
Edward Hoare. b. 1848. Sixth Form, 1864-7. Judd Exhib. 
Football Thirteen, 1865-6. Cricket Eleven, 1867. Won the 
Mile Challenge Cup three consecutive years. Trin. Coll., Camb. 
A banker. Manager of Lloyds', Barnetts' and Bosanquets' 
Bank, and Director of the Bank of British North America. 

Eawlings, James Nicoll. 1861-2. Son of John Henry Eawlings. 
Football Thirteen, 1862. 

Taylor, Alfred Augustus. 1861-3. Son of John Wilham Taylor. 

Whitmore, James Morrah. 1861-3. (At Westminster School, 
1863-8). Second son of John Whitmore. b. 1850. Admitted 
a Solicitor, 1873. Practising in London. 

EASTEB TEEM, 1862. 

BiDWELL, George Woodward. 1862-4. Son of the Eev. Woodward 
Bidwell. Clare Coll., Camb. B.A. 1870. M.A. 1873. In 
Holy Orders. Formerly Curate of Potton, Bedfordshire, and 
afterw^ards of Hitchin, Herts. 

Boyle, Andrew Thomas. 1862-4. Son of Andrew Boyle. Joined 
the 88th Foot, 1866; afterwards in the 106th Bombay Light 
Infantry. Eetired 1877. 

Boyle, Joseph Barnes. 1862. Son of Andrew Boyle. St. 
John's Coll., Camb. Called to the Bar, (Lincoln's Inn), 1869. 
Practises before the High Court of Justice at Allahabad, India. 

Brown, Andrew Somerville. 1862. Son of Andrew Brown. 
Besides at Bagshot, Berks. 



118 Tonhridge School a.d. 1862. 

Channee, Edgar Campbell. 1862-7. Younger son of Alfred 
Taylor Channer. b. 1849. Sixth Form, 1866-7. Judd Exhib. 
St. John's Coll., Camb. Jmi. Opt. Math. Trip. B.A. 1871. 
M.A. 1878. Ordained 1872. Has held the Cm-acies of Halswell 
and Germansweek, Devon; St. John Baptist, Leytonstone: 
and Mistley-with-Bradfield, Essex. Since 1878, Senior Cm^ate 
of St. Luke's, Hammersmith. 

Elam, Shrofield. 1862-4. Second son of William Elam. b. 1851. 
Mem. Eoy. Coll. Surg., Eng. A member of the Honourable 
Artillery Company. Died in Australia, 1877. 

Elam, WiUiam. 1862-4. Eldest son of William Elam. b. 1849. 
A Solicitor in London. On the Court of Assistants of the 
Honourable Artillery Company of London. 

Ford, Charles William. 1862. Second son of William Michael 
Ford, M.D. b. 1847. In a Mercantile house in London. 

SwiNFORD, Daniel. 1862-4. Son of Daniel Swinford. Became a 
Solicitor, d. 1879. 

Terrell, Arthur a Beckett. 1862-5. Elder son of Thomas Hull 
Terrell. Sixth Form, 1864-5. Cricket Eleven, 1865. Called 
to the Bar (Lincoln's Inn), 1872. Besides at West Kensington. 

Terrell, Gilbert Howard a Beckett. 1862-7. Younger son of 
Thomas Hull Terrell, b. 1849. Sixth Form, 1867. Admitted 
a Solicitor, 1874. Practises in London. A Member of the 
Isis Rowing Club, for which he has rowed at Henley Regatta. 

SUMMER TEEM, 1862. 

Earle, John Charles. 1862-8. Eldest son of the Rev. William 
Earle. b. 1850. Sixth Form, 1866-8. Smythe Exhib. 
Football Thirteen, 1866-7. Exeter Coll., Oxford. 1st cl. Law 
and Mod. Hist. 2nd cl. Exam, for B.C.L. B.A. 1871. Called 
to the Bar, (Lincoln's Inn). Practises in London and on the 
South Eastern Circuit. 

Harriss, Walter Fordham. 1862-7. Son of James Fordham 
Harriss. Member of the Constitutional Club, London. 

Pattisson, Arthur Joseph Todd. 1862-9. Son of Jacob Howell 
Pattisson, Ll.M. Studied art at Kensington, Rome, and 
Florence, 1872-9. Then went to South Africa, and served in 
the Colonial Commissariat during Moirosi's rebellion. Present 
at the storming of Moirosi's Mountain. Medal. Served also 
in the Basuto War, 1880-1. Now a Trader in Basutoland. 

Welldon, Alfred Fiilling. 1862-6. Third son of the Rev. James 
Ind Welldon, D.C.L., (formerly Head Master of Tonbridge 
School). Entered the Royal Navy, 1866. Lieutenant 1877. 
Was Sub-Lieutenant of the Hart during the operations against 
the Malays in the Straits of Malacca, 1874. Perak Medal and 
clasp. 



A.D. 1862. Register, 119 

Young, Morgan Henry. 1862-9. Second son of George Adam 
Young, b. 1853. A Surveyor. 

CHBISTMAS TEEM, 1862. 

Allnutt, Martyn Eagland. 1862-8. Third son of the Rev. Richard 
Lea Alhiutt. b. 1852. Lond. Coll. Div., 1873. Ordained 
1876. Has held the Curacies of Strood, Kent; Woodmaucote, 
Sussex; and St. Paul's, Upper Norwood. Since 1884, Vicar of 
All Hallows, Leeds. 

Allnutt, Robert Henry Venn. 1862-3. Eldest son of the Rev. 
Richard Lea Allnutt. b. 1849. For some time engaged in 
pastoral pursuits in New South Wales, and Victoria. Appointed 
a J. P. in 1878. Since 1884, Licensing Magistrate and Clerk of 
Petty Sessions at Quiriudi, New South Wales. 

Allnutt, Samuel Scott. 1862-9. Second son of the Rev. Richard 
Lea Allnutt. b. 1850. Sixth Form, 1867-9. Judd Exhib. 
Also Exhibitioner of St. John's Coll., Camb. 3rd cl. Class. 
Trip. B.A. 1873. M.A. 1876. Ordained 1874. Formerly 
Curate of St. Andrew the Less, Cambridge, and of St. Michael, 
Cambridge. Since 1879, a Member of the Cambridge Mission, 
Delhi, India. A Fellow of the Punjaub University, and 
Examining Chaplain to the Bishop of Lahore. 

Baildon, Henry Belly se. 1862-3. (Afterwards at Merchiston 
Castle School, Edinburgh). Only son of Henry Craven Baildon. 
b. 1849. St. Peter's Coll., Camb. Won the College Challenge 
Sculls, 1871. Sen. Opt. Math. Trip. B.A. 1872. Practises as 
a Pharmaceutical Chemist at Edinburgh. Fell. Roy. Soc, 
Edin. Examiner in Scotland to the Pharm. Soc. of Great 
Britain. Author of ''First Fruits and Shed Leaves " ; "Morning 
Clouds"; ''Rosamund, a Tragic Drama," (Poems); and "The 
Spirit of Nature," (Essays). 

Causton, James Albert. 1862-5. Third son of Sir Joseph Causton. 
b. 1849. A Partner in the firm of Sir Joseph Causton and 
Sons, Printers, London. 

Dawson, Edwin Collas. 1862-6. Eldest son of John Dawson. 
b. 1849. St. Mary's Hall, Oxford. B.A. 1871. M.A. 1876. 
Ordained 1873. Has held the Curacies of Hale, Surrey ; and 
Sandgate, Kent. Formerly Assoc. Sec. of the Jews' Society. 
Since 1878, Incumbent of St. Thomas's, Edinburgh. 

LiNDSELL, Frederick Raymond Barber. 1862-6. Son of John 
Lindsell. Obtained a Junior Scholarship at Highgate School, 
but left soon through illness. Admitted a Solicitor, 1873. 
Practises at Altrincham, Cheshire. 

Little, John Henry. 1862-3. Son of John Little. Resides at 
Littleport, Cambridgeshire. 

Lloyd, Charles. 1862-5. Son of Arthur Lloyd. Tea planter in 
Ceylon. 



120 Tonbridge School a.d. 1862. 

Lloyd, John Henry. 1862-4. Son of Charles WiUiam Lloyd. 

Football Thirteen, 1862-4. Chich. Theol. Coll., 1869. Ordained 

1871. Has held the Curacies of St. Michael, Lichfield ; 

Maulden, Beds ; Clifton, Beds ; the curacy in charge of Worm- 

leighton, Warwickshire ; and, since 1881, the Vicarage of 

Fotheringhay. 
Lloyd, Walter. 1862-5. Son of Arthur Lloyd. Went to Oregon, 

United States of America. 
EiGG, Henry Mounsey. 1862-3. Son of Jonathan Eigg. Trin. 

Coll., Camb. B.A. 1875. M.A. 1878. Of the Conservative 

Club, London. 
ToMPSON, Charles Henry. 1862-6. Second son of George Edward 

Tompson. b. 1849. A Solicitor practising at Colchester. 

Clerk to the Guardians of the Lexden Union. 
Tompson, Herbert Edward. 1862-5. Eldest son of George Edward 

Tompson. A Brewer at Wrexham, North Wales. (Tompson 

and Co., Eagle and Sun Brewery). 
Wadmoee, James Alfred Wilham. 1862-9. Eldest son of James 

Foster Wadmore (Old Tonbridgian). b. 1850. Sixth Form, 

1869. Judd Exhib. Football Thirteen, 1868. Oriel Coll., 
Oxford. 2nd cl. Jurisprudence. B.A. 1873. M.A. 1876. 
Ordained 1874. Has held the Curacies of Halstead ; Christ 
Church, Erith ; and Felton Common Hill, Somerset. Since 
1882, Vicar of Barrow Gurney, near Bristol. 

Whish, Charles WilHam. 1862-4. Son of the Eev. John Charles 
Whish. Entered the Bengal Civil Service, 1871. Is now Joint 
Magistrate for the North- West Provinces. Stationed at 
Benares. 

WiGHTwiCK, Humphrey Milner. 1862-9. Second son of Humphrey 
Wightwick. Sixth Form, 1868-9. Prizeman of the Incor- 
porated Law Society, Hilary Term, 1875. A Solicitor. 

Wightwick, Wilham Jeffery. 1862-5. Eldest son of Humphrey 
Wightwick. b. 1849. Candle Manufacturer at Tonbridge. 

EASTEB TERM, 1863. 

Baiss, Sidney Standring. 1863-7. Son of James Baiss. In 

business in London. 
Batten, Henry Howard. 1863-5. Only son of the Eev. Henry 

Batten, b. 1846. Appointed a Clerk in the Charity Commission, 

1866. Called to the Bar, (Lincoln's Inn), 1875. Elected Fell. 

Eoy. Geog. Soc, 1873. Eesides at Kensington. 
Evans, Henry Theodore Penrhys. 1863. Son of Colonel Henry 

Wilham Evans, b. 1852. Joined the 30th Foot, (now called 

1st Batt. East Lancashire Eegt). Major, 1885. 
Hall, Henry. 1863-5. Second son of Alfred Hall. b. 1849. An 

Architect. Obtained the Silver medal of the Eoyal Academy, 

1870. Carried out jointly with Keith Young, (old Tonbridgian), 



A.D. 1863. Register. 121 

the first Circular Ward Hospital built iu Euglaud, at Greenwich. 
Now Architect, jointly with the above named, of the Great 
Northern Central Hospital. 

Howell, Bulmer. 1863-8. Fourth son of John Howell, h. 1851. 
Sixth Form, 1866-8. Judd Exhib. Cricket Eleven, 1866-8. 
Football Thirteen, 1866-8. Captain. Corpus Christi Coll., 
Oxford. 3rd cl. Mods. 1st cl. Jurisprudence. B.A. 1872. 
Admitted a Sohcitor, 1876. Practises in London. Resides at 
Long Ditton, Surrey. 

Howell, George. 1863. Son of Walter Howell. Resides near 
London. 

Howell, Percy. 1863-5. Third son of John Howell. Farming 
near Farnham. 

Hughes-Hughes, Frederick William. 1863-9. Fourth son of 
Wilham Hughes-Hughes, J.P. h. 1851. Sixth Form, 1866-9. 
Head Boy, 1867-9. Judd Exhib., 1868. Proxime accessit for an 
Open Scholarship at Balliol Coll., Oxford, 1868. Elected 
Scholar (1st), of Corpus Christi Coll., 1869. A classical scholar 
of great promise, d. 1870. 

Keene, Henry George Harris. 1863. Son of Henry George Keene. 
In the Indian Government Service. Assistant Accountant 
General. 

McLeod, Robert Edward. 1863-6. Son of Thomas McLeod. 
Resides in Northumberland. 

Pedley, Henry. 1863-5. Son of Henry Pedley. In Canada. 

RiDGEWAY, Frederick Edward. 1863-5. Son of the Rev. Joseph 
Ridgeway. Football Thirteen, 1865. Clare Coll., Camb. 
B.A. 1870. M.A. 1879. Ordained, 1871. Formerly Curate of 
Christ Church, Tunbridge Wells; Curate in charge of Weeting, 
Suffolk; also Curate of Holy Trinity, Ryde, and St. Peter's, 
Eaton Square, London. Since 1878, Vicar of St. Mary the 
Virgin, Glasgow. 

Temple, Henry William. 1863-5. Son of Captain Henry Temple. 
R.M. 

Thomson, Henry Edward. 1863. Son of WilHam Thomson. 

Walter, John. 1863. Son of John Walter. 

SUMMER TERM, 1863. 

Clarke, Edmund. 1863-6. Son of John Clarke. Went to Canada, 
where he held a Government Appointment at Ottawa. 

Fielding, Francis Edgar Rowlatt. 1863-6. Youngest son of 
George Hunsley Fielding, M.D., F.R.S. b. 1853. Received 
the Royal Humane Society's Medal for saving a Tonbridge 
School boy from drowning at the Bathing Locks. Entered the 
Royal Navy, 1868. Retired, from ill health, 1872. d. 1879. 

Mansfield, Walter. 1863-4. Son of George Mansfield. Deceased. 



122 Tonhridge School a.d. 1863. 

Milne, Benjamin iirthur. 1863-6. Son of Robert Matthew Milne. 
Captain in the Eoyal Marine Artillery. Adjutant of the 1st 
Cornwall Artillery Volunteers. 

Morgan, Charles Leveson Gower. 1863-8. Son of William Morgan. 
Sixth Form, 1867-8. Judd Exhib. Also Exhibitioner of Wore. 
Coll., Oxford. 2nd cl. Mods. 3rd. el. Lit. Hum. B.A. 1872. 

PoGSON, Frederick George. 1863-8. Son of General John Pogson. 
b. 1851. Cricket Eleven, 1868. Football Thirteen, 1868. 
Entered the 15th Foot (now called the East Yorkshire 
Eegiment), 1870. Captain, 1882. Served as Transport Officer 
in the Afghan War, 1879-80. Medal. 

Smith, Henry Whistler. 1863-7. Younger son of Thomas Whistler 
Smith, b. 1850. Cricket Eleven, 1867. Football Thirteen, 
1866-7. Entered the Royal Engineers, 1871. Served in the 
Afghan War, 1878-80. Present at the capture of Ali Musjid, 
as Superintendent of Army signalling. Mentioned in despatches. 
Medal with clasp. Brevet of Major. Also served in the 
Souakin campaign, 1885, as Brigade Major, R.E. Men- 
tioned in despatches. Medal with clasp. 

Smith, Thomas Whistler. 1863-8. Elder son of Thomas Whistler 
Smith, b. 1849. Football Thirteen, 1866-7. Winner of many 
open races of the London Athletic Club. Entered the 
Commercial Bank of Sydney, New South Wales, d. 1874. 

Spencer, Thomas Edw^ard. 1863-5. Only son of Henry Spencer. 
b. 1847. Joined the 32nd Foot in 1868. Afterwards in the 3rd 
Foot, and subsequently in the Bengal Staff Corps. Brevet of 
Major, 1885. Has passed Examinations in Hindi (High 
Proficiency), Urdu (High Proficiency), and Persian. Has also 
obtained the Diploma of Degree of Honour, and Gold Medal 
for Urdu in 1884. 

Taylor, Rowley Augustus Eyre. 1863. Son of Henry Corbett Taylor. 
Formerly residing in Tonbridge. Now in Antigua, West Indies. 

Vacher, Edward Pinney. 1863-7. Son of George Vacher. 
Formerly in the Tea Trade; afterwards at New York. Member 
of the Royal Geographical Society, and of the Wanderers' Club. 
At present in America. 

CHRISTMAS TEBM, 1863. 

Ames, John. 1863-5. Only son of John William Ames. b. 1849. 
Cashier and Head Clerk to Barclay, Perkins and Co., Brewers, 
Southw^ark. 

Chapman, Arthur Wakefield. 1863-6. Son of Henry Chapman. 
In business at Calcutta. 

Chapman, Cecil Maurice. 1863-70. Son of Henry Chapman. 
Sixth Form, 1868-70. Head Boy. Cricket Eleven, 1868-70. 
Ball. Coll., Oxford. 3rd cl. Mods. B.A. 1875. Called to the 
Bar (Inner Temple), 1878, Assistant Editor of "Fisher's 
Common Law Digest," and "Digest of Criminal Cases." 



A.D. 1863. Register. 123 

Chapman, Hugh Boswell. 1863-71. Son of Henry Chapman. 
Sixth Form, 1869-71. Judd Exhib. Keble Coll., Oxford. 
B.A. 1875. Ordamed 1878. Formerly Curate of St. Mary's, 
Woolwich. Served in Egypt in the campaign of 1882. At 
present Curate of St. Paul's, Newington, Surrey. 

Chapman, Reginald Corrie. 1863-6. Son of Henry Chapman. 
Inspector of Local Fund Accounts, Madras, India. 

Chase, Charles Henry. 1863-4. (Afterwards at Cheltenham 
College). Son of the Rev. John Henry Chase. h. 1850. 
Corpus Christi Coll., Camb. B.A. 1872. M. A. 1884. Ordained 
1874. Has held the Curacies of Wootton Bassett ; Christ 
Church, Weston-Super-Mare; the Vicarage of Bishop's Ijydeard, 
Somerset ; and since 1882, the Vicarage of Ambleside. 
Surrogate. 

Da Costa, Francis Albert. 1863-5. Son of Aaron Gomez Da Costa. 
Was a Member of the London Stock Exchange, d. 1885. 

Geegoey, Francis. 1863-70. Son of Thomas Gregory. Mem. Roy. 
Coll. Vet. Surg. Practises in London. 

Hills, Edward. 1863-5. Second son of John Hyde Hills. 5.1849. 
In business at Maidstone. 

Hills, Walter. 1863-4. Eldest son of John Hyde Hills, h. 1847. 
Pharmaceutical chemist in London. 

Lewin, Mortimer. 1863-4. Youngest son of Frederick Mortimer 
Lewin. h. 1847. Of no profession or business. Resides at 
South Norwood. 

Mackay, Edward Vansittart. 1863-5. Younger son of Spencer 
Mackay. h. 1849. Entered 51st Foot, 1869. Retired 1871. 
Afterwards in the Persian Gulf Telegraph Department under 
the Government of India. Then a Political Agent under the 
Bombay Goverument, and now a Superintendent of Bombay 
District Police on the Upper Sind Frontier and elsewhere. On 
furlough in England, 1885-6. 

Melsheimee, Rudolph Eyre. 1863-8. Only son of Rudolph Mel- 
sheimer. h. 1850. Trin. Coll., Camb. Wrangler in Math. 
Trip. B.A. 1872. Called to the Bar (Inner Temple), 1874. 
Editor of " Jervis on the Office and Duties of a Coroner"; 
"Atkinson's Office of Sheriff"; "German Code of Bihs of 
Exchange"; joint author of "Laws and Customs of the Stock 
Exchange." 

MoEEis, Norman. 1863-8. Son of Norman Morris. Cricket Eleven, 
1866-8. Captain. Football Thirteen, 1866-7. Jesus Coll., Camb. 
Entered the Stock Exchange, d. 1874. 

Neame, Louis Marsh. 1863-5. Only son of Wilham Neame (of 
Canterbury), h. 1848. Bristol Dock Committee. Cashier at 
Portishead Dock. 

Pattisson, Walter Badeley. 1863-71. Seventh son of Jacob Howell 
Pattissou, Ll.M. h. 1854. Cricket Eleven, 1869-71. Captain. 



124 Tonhridge School a.d. 1863. 

Football Thirteen, 1870. Admitted a Solicitor, 1877. Practises 
in London. Has played in the Kent Cricket JBleven. Resides 
at Beckenham. 

Powell, Arthur Wentworth. 1863-8. Son of John Wentworth 
Powell. Corpus Christi Coll., Camb. B.A. 1872. M.A. (Bishop's 
Coll., Lennoxville, Quebec), 1874. Incorp. of St. David's Coll., 
Lampeter, 1882. In Holy Orders. Formerly Assistant Master 
in Bishop's College. Afterwards held the Curacy of Hon- 
ingham, Norfolk. Then Chaplain and Private Secretary to the 
Bishop of St. David's. 

Saxton, Percy. 1863-7. Second son of Edward Saxton. h. 1850- 
Football Thirteen, 1866-7. A Solicitor in London. 

Spedding, CarHsle James Scott. 1863-70. Younger son of James 
Dykes Spedding. h. 1852. Sixth Form, 1869-70. Judd Exhib. 
Eglesfield Exhibitioner of Queen's Coll., Oxford. Of no pro- 
fession. 

Turner, Albert Prior. 1863-5. Fifth son of Wilham Turner, h. 
1849. A banker and merchant at Naples. 

EASTEB TEBM, 1864. 

Austin, George Leonard. 1864-7. Son of George Austin. A phar- 
maceutical chemist at Sheerness. 

Austin, Thomas Percy. 1864-7. Son of George Austin. Holds a 
post at the East and West India Docks. 

Barton, Arthur, 1864-8. Son of the Rev. Robert Gilbee Barton 
(Old Tonbridgian). 

Barton, Henry. 1864-71. Son of the Rev. Robert Gilbee Barton 
(Old Tonbridgian). Sixth Form, 1870-1. Football Thirteen, 
1870. Tea planter in Ceylon. 

Bothamley, Frank Stephen. 1864-70. Sixth son of Thomas Hilton 
Bothamley. b. 1852. Cricket Eleven, 1869. Football Thirteen, 
1869. Manager of Gold Mines and Reduction Estabhshment in 
the Argentine Republic, South America. 

LuscoMBE, Frank. 1864-7. Son of John Henry Luscombe. Foot- 
ball Thirteen, 1865-7. A noted football-player ; was four years 
in the English Twenty which played against Ireland and Scot- 
land, and acted as Captain. Resides in London. 

Milles, Charles William. 1864-8. Son of the Rev. Thomas Milles. 
In business at Whitehall Place, London. 

Milles, Walter Jennings. 1864-9. Son of the Rev. Thomas Milles. 
At Shanghai, China. 

RuDYERD, Henry William. 1864-8. Son of Henry Edward Samuel 
Rudyerd. b. 1850. Cricket Eleven, 1868. Football Thirteen, 
1867. Noted as a long-distance runner. In the Bill Office of 
the Bank of England. Resides near Chertsey, Surrey. 



A.D. 1864. Register. 125 

EuDYERD, Eeginald Burroughs. 1864-6. Son of Henry Edward 
Samuel Eudyerd. h. 1848. Football Thirteen, 1865. Joined 
the 75th Foot, 1868. Afterwards entered the 39th Foot. Now 
in the Eoyal Irish Eifles, 2nd Batt. (formerly 86th Foot). 
Captain. 

Smith, Herbert Neale. 1864-7. Second son of John Oliver Smith. 
h. 1850. General Practitioner of Medicine and Surgery. 
M.E.C.S.E. 1874. L.S.A. 1874. L.E.C.P. (Lond.) 1874. Late 
House-Surgeon to the Sussex County Hospital. Previously 
House-Surgeon, House-Physician, &c., to Guy's Hospital. Has 
also been surgeon on board several steam-ships. Eesides at 
Brighton. 

Standring, Walter John. 1864-6. Eldest son of John Standring. 
h. 1852. Wine merchant in London. Formerly a member of 
the Gipsies, Blackheath, and Clevedon Football Clubs. 

Weatherley, William Leeds. 1864-5. Son of WiUiam Weatherley. 

Winter, George. 1864-5. Third son of Captain Charles Winter. 
h. 1849. Cricket Eleven, 1865. Was Senior Eesponsible Officer 
at Sandhurst, and received the Prize Sword for exemplary 
conduct from the Duke of Cambridge. Joined the 26th Foot 
(now 1st Batt. Scottish Eifles), 1868. Adjutant, 1875. Major, 
1883. Mentioned in the Governor-General of India's Gazette 
in 1872 for zeal as Acting Adjutant during a severe epidemic of 
cholera. Eetired 1883. Joined in 1884 the 3rd, or Duke of 
Cambridge's Own Middlesex Eegiment. Eesides in North 
Devon. 

Wynne, WilHam Lifton. 1864-6. Son of WiUiam Lifton Wynne. 
In business at Liverpool. 

SUMMER TERM, 1864. 

Cooke, Herbert Hunter. 1864-6. Son of WiUiam Cooke. In the 
tea-trade, in Mincing Lane, London. 

Davidson, William Joseph. 1864-6. Son of Joseph Davidson. 
Formerly a farmer in Kent. Deceased. 

Detmold, Henry Edward. 1864. Son of Julius Detmold. An 
artist. Eesides at Paris. 

Detmold, Julius Adolph. 1864. Son of Julius Detmold. Eesides 
at Teddington. 

DoDD, Henry George. 1864-7. Eldest son of the Eev. George 
William Dodd. h. 1851. St. Edmund HaU, Oxford. B.A. 
1876. M.A. 1877. Ordained 1874. Has held Curacies at 
Hendon, Durham, Birmingham, Wimbledon, and Bermondsey. 
Eesides at Merton, Surrey. 

Ealand, Charles Winn. 1864-7. Son of John Eobert Ealand. 
Joined the 24th Foot, 1870. Eetired 1875. Now a wine- 
merchant at Kirkby Lonsdale, Westmorland. 



126 Tonhridge School a.d. 1864. 

EiCHBAUM, Henry. 1864-6. Son of Charles Eichbaum. Died at 
Bath soon after leaving school. 

Harding, Francis Henry. 1864-9. Son of John Fosse Harding. 
Sixth Form, 1867-9. Judd Exhib. Scholar of Cath. Coll., Canib. 
B.A. 1874. In the Bengal Civil Service. Joint Magistrate and 
Deputy Collector. 

Martin, Thomas. 1864-9. Son of William Martin. Ostrich-farmer 
in South Africa. 

Page, Alfred. 1864-5. Son of Thomas Pengree Page. King's Coll., 
Camb. 

Paget, Thomas Charles Bradley Plumptre Francis Bath Paget. 
1864-7. Son of Francis Paget. Trin. Coll., Camb. Was in 
Texas for a time, but returned to England. 

Towers, Arthur Gould. 1864. Son of the Eev. Grainger Lawrence 
Towers. 

Vallings, Harry Adolphus. 1864-72. Second son of James Vallings. 
h. 1855. Cricket Eleven, 1872. A Solicitor in the City of London. 

Vallings, James Frederick. 1864-72. Eldest son of James Vallings. 
Sixth Form, 1870-2. Head Boy. Judd Exhib. Football Thir- 
teen, 1871. Keble Coll., Oxford. 3rd cl. Mods. 3rd cl. Lit. 
Hum. B.A. 1876. M.A. 1879. Ordained 1877. Formerly 
Fellow (now Hon. Fell.) and afterwards Sub- warden of St. 
Augustine's Coll., Canterbury. Curate of Wendover, Tring, 1882. 

Walker, George Elvers. 1864-5. Son of Henry Pinckney Walker 
(British Consul at Charleston, South Carolina), h. 1847. Pre- 
viously at the High School, Charleston. Being too young to 
serve in the Confederate Army at the outbreak of the Civil War, 
and all means of education in South Carolina being temporarily 
at an end, he was sent through the Blockade to England. Ee- 
turning to America after the War, he studied at the Law School 
of Harvard University, and eventually practised as a Barrister 
at Charleston. He was also Secretary of the St. George's 
Society of the same city. He had shown great promise in his 
profession, when suddenly cut off by typhoid fever in 1882. 

Weatherley, Frank Charles. 1864. Son of William Weatherley. 

Weatherley, Henry Eobert. 1864. Son of William Weatherley. 

Woodford, Charles Morris. 1864-71. Eldest son of Henry Pack 
Woodford. Sixth Form, 1870-1. Football Thirteen, 1869-70. 
Was in the wine trade from 1871 to 1882. He then went for 
three years to Fiji in the Colonial Government Service. In 
October, 1885, he sailed again for the Pacific as a Naturalist 
and Explorer in the Solomon Islands. 

CHRISTMAS TERM, 1864. 

Almond, Edward Ernest. 1864-6. Son of William Almond. En- 
gaged in business at Cheadle, Stoke-upon-Trent. 



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Banks, William. 1864-5. Son of William Banks. Eesides at Paris. 

Bethune, Archibald James. 1864-7. Son of Charles Goodwin 
Bethune. Eesides in London. 

Bowles, Sholto Stillingfieet. 1864-5. Son of the Rev. Charles J. 
S. Bowles. 

Ckichton, Archibald Edward. 1864-6. Son of William Hindley 
Crichton. Entered the 7th Foot, 1869. Retired 1879. 

Dale, Charles Lawford. 1864-9. Son of the Rev. Thomas Pelham 
Dale. 

Gray, Walter Beaveland. 1864-9. Son of Owen Gray. Surveyor 
and estate agent at Tonbridge. 

Geeenhill, George Vores Jowett. 1864-70. Youngest son of 
William Alexander Greenhill, M.D. Sixth Form, 1868-70. 
Judd Exhib. Also Exhibitioner of Trin. Coll., Oxford. Is now 
the manager of a Branch of the Merchants' Bank of Canada, at 
Gait, Ontario. 

Hunt, Frank William. 1864-7. Son of Edward Hunt. A member 
of a large firm of American merchants in London, Liverpool, 
Bristol, New York, and New Orleans. 

Johnson, Gordon. 1864-8. Second son of Saffery William Johnson. 
h. 1851. Resides at Wimbledon. 

Johnson, Merrick Saffery. 1864-5. Eldest son of Saffery WilHam 
Johnson. Drowned while bathing in the Medway, 1865. 

Legg, Gordon Tyson. 1864-7. Son of George Legg. In Dakota, 
United States of America. 

Lindsell, Arthur Knox. 1864-9. Son of Robert Henry Lindsell. 
Sixth Form, 1868-9. Judd Exhib. (remainder). Football 
Thirteen, 1868. Trin. Coll., Oxford. B.A. 1872. M.A. 1877. 
Resides at Biggleswade. 

Mould, John Clarke. 1864-5. Son of John Mould. A Solicitor. 
Practises in London. 

Palmer, Francis. 1864-70. Son of Philip Palmer. Resides in 
London. 

Reade-Revell, Walter Reymond. 1864-7. Son of Colonel Joseph 
Revell. h. 1849. Of the Conservative Club, London. 

Shoppee, Charles Herbert. 1864-8. (Afterwards at King's College, 
and the South Kensington School of Art). Eldest son of Charles 
John Shoppee. h. 1852. An architect and surveyor in 
London. Associate of the Royal Institute of British Architects, 
and Fellow of the Surveyors' Institution. 

Smart, George Edward. 1864-6. Son of John Cass Smart. 

Tylor, William Alfred. 1864-7. Eldest son of Wilham Henry 
Tylor. A partner in the firm of Tylor and Sons, brassfounders, 
London. 



128 Tonhridge School a.d. 1864. 

Waed, Alfred Eudyerd. 1864-8. Son of the Rev. Edward Langton 
Ward. Telegraph engineer in India. Has made several im- 
provements in practical telegraphy which have been adopted by 
the Indian Government, especially " Ward's Loop System of 
Opposing Batteries." Assistant Superintendent of Telegraphs 
at Calcutta. 

Whitton, Richard. 1864-7. Son of Richard Whitton. Resides at 
Lincoln. 

EASTEB TEEM, 1865. 

AiRD, Walter. 1865-7. Son of John Aird. 

Barclay, Rule Alan. 1865-8. Son of James Pringle Barclay. 

Brown, George Bolney. 1865-7. (Afterwards for two years at 
school at Lausanne). Youngest son of Alexander Rozel Brown, 
M.D. b. 1850. Glare Coll., Camb. B.A. 1873. M.A. 1877. 
Ordained 1874. Has held the Curacy of Clifton, near Biggles- 
wade, 1874-6, the Curacy in charge of Alsager's Bank, 
Staffordshire, 1876-81, and, since 1881, the Vicarage of Astore, 
Staffordshire. 

CuRTEis, Edward Witherden. 1865-9. Third son of Frederick 
William Curteis. b. 1853. Cricket Eleven, 1868-9. Captain. 
Joined the 24th Foot, 1871. Served in the Expedition to 
Griqualand West, 1875. Captain, I08O. Retired. Resides in 
Cheshire. 

HoMAN, Edward John. 1865-6. Sonof^^yrard Homan. Admitted 
a Solicitor, 1872. Practised at Surbiton. Now at Manchester. 

HuTCHiNGS, William John. 1865-72. Only son of William 
Hutchings. b. 1855. Sixth Form, 1870-2. Judd Exhib. 
Scholar of Sid. Suss. Coll., Camb. 2nd cl. Class. Trip. B.A. 
1876. M.A. 1880. Second Master of Ashby-de-la-Zouch 
Grammar School, 1876-8. Assistant Master in King Edward 
VI. 's School, Norwich, 1879-84. Appointed Head-Master of 
the Grammar School, Haverfordwest, 1884. 

Kearns, Edward. 1865-8. Son of Fleming Kearns. 

Leslie, Morris. 1865-70. Son of Walter Alexander Leslie. Sixth 

Form, 1869-70. Assistant Engineer, Department of Public 

Works, Hyderabad, India. 
Newton, George. 1865-8. Son of James Newton. Cricket 

Eleven, 1868. An architect, d. cir. 1883. 

Pattinson, Hugh Lee. 1865-71. Eldest son of Hugh Lee Pattin- 

son. Sixth Form, 1871. Football Thirteen, 1869-70. Captain. 

Partner in the Felling Chemical Works, West Newcastle-on- 

Tyne. 
Pattisson, Pierre BouilHer. 1865-73. Eighth son of Jacob Howell 

Pattisson, Ll.M. b. 1856. Served as Lieutenant in 5th Batt. 

Natal Native Infantry in Zulu War, 1879. (Medal with clasp). 



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Entered the Eoyal Irish Constabulary, 1880 (First in Competi- 
tive Examination). Now a District Inspector. Obtained 
"Eirst-class Favourable Record" for good constabulary work 
in Galway in 1882-3. 

PooLEY, George. 1865-7. Son of Alexander Gopsell Pooley. 
Surveyor to the National Liberal Land Company, London. 

Pooley, Rodney. 1865-8. Son of Alexander Gopsell Pooley. 

Tylor, Reuben. 1865-8. Second son of William Henry Tylor. 
Cricket Eleven, 1868. Football Thirteen, 1867. Of Tylor and 
Sons, brassfounders, London. 

Vansittart, Augustus Peter. 1865-7. (Afterwards at Uppingham 
School). Son of Henry Vansittart. In New Zealand. 

Warde, Frederick. 1865-6. Son of Ambrose Warde. Resides at 
West Farleigh, Maidstone. 



SUMMER TERM, 1865. 

Bothamley, Edward Adam. 1865-9. Seventh son of Thomas 
Hilton Bothamley. h. 1853. Scholar of Corpus Christi Coll., 
Camb. Sen. Opt. Math. Trip. B.A. 1877. 

Edwards, Edward John. 1865-8. Son of James Barber Edwards. 
Exeter Coll., Oxford. 3rd cl. Theol. B.A. 1874. M.A. 1878. 
Ordained 1876. Has been Curate of Clifton-Hampden, Oxon ; 
and of St. Mary Magdalene, Oxford. Is now Domestic Chaplain 
to the Marquis of Salisbury, and in charge of Hatfield Hyde. 

EscREET, Charles Ernest. 1865-71. Son of Thomas Escreet. 

Sixth Form, 1871. Smythe Exhib. Cricket Eleven, 1870-1. 

Football Thirteen, 1870. Wadh. Coll., Oxford. 3rd cl. Hist. 

B.A. 1874. M.A. 1878. Ordained 1875. Has held the Curacies 

of Barham, Kent, and Battersea, Surrey. Since 1882 Vicar 

of St. Andrew's, Stockwell, Surrey. 
Fraser, Hanson Werry. 1865-8. Son of John Eraser. Sixth 

Form, 1868. Entered the Foreign Office, 1872. In the Chief 

Clerk's Department. 

Eraser, Oswald John. 1865-8. Son of John Fraser. In New 
Zealand. 

Gorham, John Marshall. 1865-70. Eldest son of John Gorham, 
(Old Tonbridgian) . An electrical engineer. After ten years 
with Robey and Co., engineers, Lincoln, became Manager of 
Works to the Electrical Power Storage Company. 

Harriss, Ernest. 1865-6. Son of James Fordham Harriss. In 
business in London. 

Hughes-Hughes, Montagu Edward. 1865-70. Fifth son of 
Wilham Hughes-Hughes, J.P. h. 1853. Sixth Form, 1869-70. 
A Member of the London Stock Exchange. Resides at South 
Kensington. 

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130 Tonbridge School a.d. 1865. 

Kemp, Leslie Young. 1865-7. Son of John Kemp. Gentleman 
farmer in Essex. 

Knowles, James. 1865-6. Fifth son of John Knowles, J. P. b. 
1854. Entered the Eoyal Navy, 1867. Lieutenant, 1877. Pre- 
sent at Souakin during the operations in the Spring of 1884. 
(Egyptian Medal and Khedive's Bronze Star.) 

Merger, Arthur. 1865-7. Fourth son of Charles Mercer. 6.1851. 
In Chicago, United States of America. 

Morgan, Aubrey de Vere. 1865-9. Son of Wilham Morgan. 

Shard, Charles. 1865-6. Eldest son of Charles Shard, h. 1852. 
Completed his education at Brussels, Stuttgart, and Paris. Now 
manager of the Comptoir d'Escompte de Paris, at Sydney, 
New South Wales. 

Shard, William Isaac. 1865-6. Second son of Charles Shard, h. 
1853. Completed his education at Brussels, Stuttgart, and 
Paris. A Solicitor. Practises in London. 

Serine, Charles Huntley. 1865-6. Son of the Bev. Claremont Skrine. 

Waggett, John Francis. 1865-70. Eldest son of John Waggett, 
M.D. h. 1851. Sixth Form, 1868-70. Head Boy. Smythe 
Exhib. Football Thirteen, 1868-9. Corpus Christi Coll., 
Oxford. 2nd cl. Mods. 3rd cl. Lit. Hum. Played in the Uni- 
versity Eugby Football Team. B.A. 1874. M.A. 1881. Eowed 
in the winning boat in the Metropolitan Challenge Eights Eace, 
Metropolitan Eegatta, 1875. Called to the Bar (Lincoln's Inn), 
1876. Eeporter to the Law Journal. Author of "The Law 
and Practice relating to the Extension of Letters Patent for 
Inventions." 

Wilkinson, Edward Smith. 1865-7. Son of Alfred Wilkinson. 

GHBISTMAS TEEM, 1865. 

Acker, Edmond. 1865-6. Son of George Acker. Has succeeded 
his father as Master of a School at Brussels. 

Calvert, Arthur Eichard. 1865-6. Son of the Eev. William Bain- 
bridge Calvert. Civil engineer and surveyor at Eadcliffe- 
on-Trent. 

CoNROY, Augustus Ayshford. 1865-71. Eldest son of John Augustus 
Conroy. h. 1852. Sixth Form, 1870. Cricket Eleven, 1869-70 
Football Thirteen, 1868-70. Captain. Admitted a Solicitor, 1876. 
Practises at Bombay in partnership w4th F. S. Hore (Old Ton- 
bridgian). A Justice of the Peace for the Town and Island of 
Bombay. 

Daysh, Alfred Grosvenor. 1865-6. Son of George William Daysh. 

Evans, George. 1865-8. Fourth son of David Evans, h. 1850. 
Sixth Form, 1867-8. Partner in the firm of David Evans and 
Co., merchants. Wood Street, London. 



A.D. 1865. Register. 131 

Fanshawe, Herbert Charles. 1865-6. (Afterwards at Winchester 
College.) Son of John Fanshawe. 

Fanshawe, Eeginald. 1865-6. (i^fterwards at Winchester College.) 
Son of John Fanshawe. Scholar and afterwards Fellow of New 
College, Oxford. 1st cl. Mods. 1st cl. Lit. Hum. B.A. 1877. 
M.A. 1878. 

Frasek, Charlton Simon. 1865-9. Son of John Fraser. Settled 
in the Province of Canterbury, New Zealand. 

Hall, Frederick. 1865-9. Son of Alfred Hall. h. 1851. Formerly 
with a firm of accountants; since 1875 at Messrs. Barnetts, 
Hoares, and Co.'s Bank (now Messrs. Lloyds, Barnetts, and 
Bosanquets'). 

Ho ARE, Joseph Charles. 1865-70. Fourth son of the Eev. Canon 
Edward Hoare. h. 1851. Sixth Form, 1868-70. Judd Exhib. 
Cricket Eleven, 1869-70. Football Thirteen, 1869. Scholar of 
Trin. Coll., Camb. 2nd cl. Class. Trip. B.A. 1874. M.A. 1878. 
Ordained 1874. Formerly Curate of Holy Trinity, Tunbridge 
Wells. Since 1876 Principal of the Church Missionary Society's 
College, Ningpo, China. Author of translations into Chinese 
of '* Pearson on the Creed," ** Elliott's Horae Apocalypticae," 
and other theological works. 

LiNDSELL, Charles Frederick. 1865-8. Son of Colonel Eobert Lindsell. 
h. 1852. Entered 14th Hussars, 1872. Afterwards joined the 
Scots Fusiliers, 2nd Batt. (late 21st Foot). Served in the South 
African Campaign, 1879-81, and the Zulu War (Medal with 
clasp) ; in the Transvaal Campaign ; Siege of Potchefstroom ; 
led reconnaissance on the Cemetery. Mentioned in despatches. 
Also employed on special service in the Burmese Expedition, 
1885, including the surrender of Mandalay. Now serving with 
the Egyptian Army. 

LocHEE, Francis Taswell. 1865-9. Second son of Alfred Lochee, 
M.D. h. 1851. Sixth Form, 1868-9. In America. 

Malet, Thomas St. Lo. 1865-7. Son of Colonel Charles Malet. 
At the Cape of Good Hope. 

Meecer, Francis Eobert. 1865-72. Fifth son of Charles Mercer. 

h. 1853. Sixth Form, 1869-72. Smy the Exhib. Corpus Christi 

Coll., Oxford. 2nd cl. Math. Mods. 2nd cl. Math. B.A. 1876. 

M.A. 1879. Eowed in the Oxford University Boat, 1876. 

Ordained 1877. Formerly Curate of Helmsley with Pockley, 

York. Since 1883 Vicar of Egerton, Kent. 
Montague, Charles Arthur Haythorne. 1865-8. Eldest son of 

Charles Montague. A Soliciror at Bristol. Eesides at Clifton. 
Phillips, Henry Cecil. 1865-9. Son of Charles Valentine Phillips. 

Cricket Eleven, 1868-9. Emman. Coll., Camb. Called to the Bar. 

Stanley, Edward. 1865-7. (Afterwards at Victoria College, Jersey.) 
Eldest son of Edmond Stanley. Joined the 2nd West India 
Eegiment, 1873. Exchanged into the 64th (now called North 
Staffordshire) Eegiment. Captain. 
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132 Tonhridge School a.d. 1865. 

Wadmoee, Eobinson Lyndhurst. 1865-72. Second son of James 
Foster Wadmore. b. 1855. After studying architecture for 
some time, went to Canada in 1880. Civil engineer in Winnipeg, 
1881-3. Accepted a Commission in the Canadian Army, 1883. 
Served in the North- West Campaign in the Eiel Eebelhon. 
Eesides at the New Fort, Toronto. 

WooDFOED, Henry Gorham. 1865. Second son of Henry Pack 
Woodford. Engaged in the wine trade at Gravesend. 

EASTEB TERM, 1866. 

DoDD, Edgar. 1866-7. Second son of the Eev. George WilHam 

Dodd. h. 1854. d. 1881. 
Fox, Thomas Hamilton. 1866-70. Elder surviving son of Thomas 

Samuel Fox. h. 1852. Cricket Eleven, 1869-70. Captain. 

Brewer at Farnborough, Kent. 

Luaed-Selby, Bertram Selby. 1866-71. Son of Major Eobert 
Luard-Selby. Musical Scholar of Magd. Coll., Oxford. After- 
wards at St. Alban Hall. Studied music at the Leipsic Conser- 
vatoire. Some time Organist of Salisbury Cathedral. Musical 
composer. 

Peacock, John Wadham. 1866-73. Eldest son of the Eev. John 
Wilkinson Peacock. &. 1855. Sixth Form, 1872-3. Judd Exhib. 
Clare Coll., Camb. 3rd cl. Hist. Trip. B.A. 1877. Formerly 
Private Secretary to the British Charge d'Affaires in Montenegro. 

Skeine, Tryar James. 1866. Son of the Eev. Claremont Skrine. 
An engineer at Sydney, New South Wales. 

SUMMER TERM, 1866. 

Bowman, Eustace Craven. 1866-70. Fifth son of John Frederick 
Bowman, h. 1854. Cashier of the Detroit Savings Bank, at 
Detroit, Michigan, U.S.A. 

Bowman, Oswald Arthur. 1866-9. Fourth son of John Frederick 
• Bowman. 6. 1851. An engineer at Leeds. 

Hough, Percy St. John. 1866-9. Son of John Hough. 

Ladds, Samuel. 1866-9. Son of Thomas Samuel Ladds. Formerly 
in the Merchant Navy ; now travelling about the world. 

Montague, John Monthermer. 1866-71. Second son of Charles 
Montague, h. 1853. Sixth Form, 1870-1. Judd Exhib. Keble 
Coll., Oxford. B.A. 1874. M.A. 1885. After taking the B.A. 
degree, entered Cooper's Hill College, and thence passed into 
the Indian Public Works Department. At present engaged as 
Executive Engineer on the Eailway to Afghanistan through the 
Bolan Pass. Associate Member of the Institution of Civil 
Engineers. 

Montague, WilHam George. 1866-72. Third son of Charles Mon- 
tague. Lond. Univ. B.A. Was articled to a Solicitor at Glou- 
cester. Accidentally drowned about 1875. 



A.D. 1866. Register. 133 

Peake, Hugh Eosindel. 1866-71. Eldest son of Eobert William 
Peake (Old Tonbridgian). h. 1854. Cricket Eleven, 1870-1. 
Admitted a Solicitor, 1877. Clerk to the Local Board of Heston 
and Isleworth, Middlesex ; also Clerk to the School Board and 
Vestry of Heston, and to the Local Charities of Isleworth. 

Seaton, William Starkey. 1866-70. Second son of Edward Cator 
Seaton, M.D. Sixth Form, 1870. Football Thirteen, 1869. A 
scientific electrician. Generally engaged in laying telegraph cables. 

CHBISTMAS TEEM, 1866. 

Baeteam, Albert Augustus. 1866-72. Second son of Captain 
William Bartram. Cricket Eleven, 1872. Formerly in business 
in London. Resides at Tonbridge. 

Baetram, Francis Arthur. 1866-70. Eldest son of Captain William 
Bartram. b. 1854. d. 1885. 

Beesley, Thomas Brasher. 1866-7. Son of Thomas Beesley. 
Lich. Theol. Coll., 1874. Ordained 1876. Has held the 
Curacies of Ogley-Hay, Staffordshire, and Bibury, Gloucester- 
shire. Since 1881 Rector of Ruardean, Gloucestershire. 

Bildeebeck, Alured Alcock Stokes. 1866-71. Youngest son of the 
Rev. John Bilderbeck. b. 1854. Sixth Form, 1871. Smythe 
Exhib. Football Thirteen, 1871. Ball. Coll., Oxford. B.A. 
1878. M.A. 1883. Some time Senior Master of the Dorset 
County School, and late Professor of Classics and Literature at 
St. Edward's College, Liverpool. Now prepares boys for the 
Public Schools and Navy, at Wimbledon. 

Bildeebeck, James Bourdillon. 1866-70. Second surviving son of 
the Rev. John Bilderbeck. b. 1851. Sixth Form, 1869-70. 
Smythe Exhib. Scholar of Cath. Coll., Camb. Sen. Opt. (1st) 
Math. Trip. B.A. 1874. Now of the Madras Educational 
Department. Professor of English Literature in the Presidency 
College, but at present acting as President of the Government 
College, Kumbhakonam. Fellow of the Senate of the Uni- 
versity of Madras. 

BiED, Arthur Hatfield Sumner. (At Haileybury College, 1868-74.) 
1866. Third son of Major Robert Wilberforce Bird. b. 1857. 
Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1878. Rowed in the Cambridge Uni- 
versity Boat. Called to the Bar (Inner Temple), 1881. For- 
merly practised at Allahabad, India, and now at Sydney, 
New South Wales. 

BoTHAMLEY, WilHam Richard. 1866-71. Son of Thomas Hilton 
Bothamley. In the Argentine Republic. 

Chapman, Stephen Murray. 1866-71. Youngest son of Robert 
Chapman, b. 1852. Sixth Form, 1869-71. Head Boy. Judd 
Exhib. Keble Coll., Oxford. 3rd cl. Mods. 4th cl. Lit. Hum. 
B.A. 1875. M.A. 1878. Ordained 1881. Formerly Curate of 
Melksham, Wilts. Since 1884 Curate of Semington in the 
same county. 



134 Tonhridge School a.d. 1866. 

DousT, Charles. 1866-9. Son of Edward Doust. Hop-factor. 
Besides at Tonbridge. 

GoEHAM, Davies Gilbert. 1866-7. Third son of John Gorham. ^.1877. 

GoEHAM, Eobert William. 1866-71. Second son of John Gorham. 
Besides at Tonbridge. 

HoAEE, Charles Sumner. 1866-9. Fifth son of the Rev. Canon 
Edward Hoare. Cricket Eleven, 1868-9. In business at 
Calcutta. 

Jephson, Charles Denham Haden Jermy. 1866-75. Fourth son of 
the Rev. John Mounteney Jephson. h. 1857. A District Inspec- 
tor in the Royal Irish Constabulary. 

Jephson, John Pascoe Jermy. 1866-73. Third son of the Rev. 
John Mounteney Jephson. h. 1855. Sixth Form, 1871-3. 
Judd Exhib. Football Thirteen, 1871-2. Scholar of Queen's 
Coll., Camb. B.A. 1877. Called to the Bar of the Province of 
Manitoba, 1884. Admitted a Solicitor at the same time, the 
two professions being practised together in this and most 
British colonies. 

Jephson, Richard Jermy. 1866-9. Second son of the Rev. John 
Mounteney Jephson. In Manitoba. 

Mansfield, Henry. 1866-70. Son of George Mansfield. A builder 

at Tunbridge Wells. 
Morgan, Thomas Patterson. 1866- . Son of William Morgan. 

MuGGEEiDGE, Arthur Lee. 1866-9. Son of John Muggeridge. 
After spending some time in Australia, New Zealand, and the 
United States, is now settled in a large farm in Buenos Ayres. 

MuGGEEiDGE, Nathaniel Ernest. 1866-9. Son of John Muggeridge. 
King's Coll., Camb. B.A. 1873. M.A. 1876. Ordained 1875. 
Formerly Curate of St. John the Evangelist, Lambeth, London. 
The incessant work among the poor of this parish having broken 
down his health, he went for a voyage round the world, and 
died at Hong Kong, 1881. 

Paeish, Frank. 1866-73. Youngest son of John Parish, h. 1856. 
Univ. Coll., London. A Surgeon, &c. ; Mem. Roy. Coll. Surg. 
Eng., 1880, and Lie. Roy. Coll. Phys. Was elected House- 
Surgeon to the West Kent General Hospital. Formerly Ophthal- 
mic House- Surgeon and Electro-therapeutic Assistant to the 
Univ. Coll. Hospital. Commissioned to the Royal Navy as 
Surgeon and Agent for the Worthing and Lancing divisions. 
Winner of several open races in the United Hospitals Sports, 
and at the London Athletic Club. Practises at Worthing. 

Paull, Lavington Henry. 1866-7. Son of Frederick A. PauU. In 
the Colony of Natal, South Africa. 

Raynoe, Charles Leonard. 1866-7. (Obtained a Foundation 
Scholarship at Winchester College, and was there for six years). 
Third son of the Rev. George Raynor. h. 1855. Assistant- 
Master at Harlow College, 1873-4. d. 1874. 



A.D. 1867. Register, 135 

Raynor, Gilbert Henry. 1866-72. Second son of the Rev. George 
Raynor. h. 1854. Sixth Form, 1870-2. Head Boy. Judd 
Exhib. Open Exhibitioner and Scholar of St. John's Coll., 
Camb. 2nd cl. Class. Trip. B. A. 1876. M.A. 1879. Ordained 
1884. Formerly Senior Class. Master at the King's School, 
Paramatta, New South Wales. Afterwards Senior Class. Master 
at Ely Cathedral School. At present Curate of Shenfield, 
Brentwood, and Assistant Master at Brentwood Grammar 
School. 

Raynoe, Philip Edwin. 1866-7. (Afterwards at Winchester College 
for eight years). Fourth son of the Rev. George Raynor. h. 
1857. New Coll., Oxford. 1st cl. Mods, and 1st cl. Lit. Hum. 
Gaisford Prize, 1878. B.A. 1879. M.A. 1883. Ordained 1882. 
Assistant Master at Highgate School, 1879-83. Assistant Sixth 
Form Master at Marlborough College, 1883-5. Now an 
Assistant Master at Wellington College. 

Robinson, Alfred Edward. 1866-70. Son of the Rev. Alfred 
Robinson. In a mercantile house in London. 

Saxton, Frederick Somes. 1866-70. Third son of Edward Saxton. 
Resides at Sydenham. 

Thompson, William Devereux. 1866-7. Son of H. Thompson. 
Resides in St. John's Wood, London. 

Vallings, Edward Harold. 1866-74. Youngest son of James 
Vallings. h. 1857. Was in the 16th Foot for a short time. 
Retired owing to ill-health. Artist and dramatist. 

EASTEB TEEM, 1867. 

Baeber, Robert William. 1867-72. Eldest son of the Rev. Richard 
Barber. b. 1853. Sixth Form, 1871-2. Smythe Exhib. 
Scholar of Magd. Coll., Camb. 2nd cl. Class. Trip. B.A. 1876. 
M.A. 1879. Ordained 1879. Formerly Curate of St. James', 
Bury St. Edmunds, and afterwards of Mildenhall, Suffolk. Pre- 
sented in 1886 to the Vicarage of Chippenham, Cambridgeshire. 

De Moegan, Walter Campbell. 1867-9. Elder son of Campbell 
de Morgan, F.R.S. b. 1852. Sixth Form, 1868-9. Football 
Thirteen, 1869. Entered the Madras Public Works Department 
from the Royal Indian Engineering College, Cooper's Hill, 1874. 
Associate Member of the Institute of Civil Engineers. 

Freeth, Alfred Holt. 1867-71. Youngest son of Major-General 
Sampson Freeth, R.E. b. 1854. Admitted a Solicitor, 1877, 
in which year he passed into the Law Department of the Inland 
Revenue Office, Somerset House. Resides at Netting Hill. 

Jukes, Matthew. 1867-70. Son of Alfred Jukes. In New Zealand. 

King, William Walter. 1867. Son of the Rev. Watson King. 

Admitted a Solicitor. Practised at Tenterden, Kent. d. 1880. 

Lewis, Arthur Wellesley. 1867. Son of Thomas Lewis. 



136 Tonbridge School a.d. 1867. 

Newington, Joseph. 1867-70. Son of Joseph Newington. Hop- 
factor. Besides at Tunbridge Wells. 

Phillips, Henry. 1867-9. Son of Frederick Benne Phillips. 
Lieutenant in the 1st West India Kegiment. 

Eedmayne, Hugh. 1867-71. Second son of Giles Eedmayne (of 
Brathay Hall). b. 1855. Cricket Eleven, 1871. Football 
Thirteen, 1870-1. Mem. Eoy. Coll. Surg, and Lie. Roy. Coil. 
Phys. Practises at Ambleside. 

Stowe, Edward. 1867-8. Son of John Stowe. Li the tea trade in 
London. 

SUMMEB TEEM, 1867. 

Alleyne, Philip. 1867-8. Son of Sydney Alleyne. Resides at 
Quarry Hill, Tonbridge. 

Buckle, Thomas. 1867. Second son of Samuel Buckle, b. 1851. 
Studied Medicine at London, Edinburgh, and Dublin, d. 1877. 

Gray, Arthur Spurrell. 1867- . Son of Owen Gray. In business at 
Homerton, Middlesex. 

Guesdon, Charles Andrew. 1867-8. Son of WilHam Andrew 
Guesdon. Land-agent and auctioneer at Hobart Town, Tas- 
mania. 

Guy, Douglas Sherwood. 1867-74. Son of John Guy. Sixth Form, 
1873. Judd Exhib. Football Thirteen, 1873. Trin. Coll., 
Camb. 1st cl. Theol. Trip. B.A. 1878. Crosse University 
Scholar, 1879. M.A. 1881. Ordained 1879. Formerly Curate 
of St. Anne's, Bishop Auckland. Since 1884 Vicar of St. 
Cuthbert's, Gateshead. 

Isaacs, Arthur Henry. (Has assumed the name of Craven in place 
of Isaacs.) 1867-9. Son of Asher Isaacs. Football Thirteen, 
1868. At Fort McLeod, in the North- West Territory of the 
Dominion of Canada. 

Isaacs, Ernest George. (Has assumed the name of Craven in place 
of Isaacs.) 1867-74. Son of Asher Isaacs. Football Thirteen, 
1873. In electric-light business in London. 

James, Henry Nathaniel. 1867-9. Son of Henry Nathaniel James. 

Lachlan, Harry Norman. 1867-75. Third son of George Lachlan. 
b. 1857. Sixth Form, 1872-5. Judd Exhib. Demy of Magd. 
Coll., Oxford. 2nd cl. Mods. 3rd cl. Lit. Hum. B.A. 1879. 
Called to the Bar (Middle Temple), 1881. Resides at Tonbridge. 

Lachlan, Thomas Charles. 1867-9. Eldest son of George Lachlan. 
b. 1852. Resides at Rockhampton, Queensland. 

Lachlan, WilHam. 1867-71. Second son of George Lachlan. b. 

1855. (After leaving School was at Dusseldorf for a year). 

Mechanical engineer and electrician. 
TosswiLL, Walter Fox. 1867-70. Son of Charles Tosswill. A 

Sohcitor in London. 



A.D. 1867. Register. 137 

WooDFOED, Edward Francis. 1867-74. Third son of Henry Pack 
Woodford. Sixth Form, 1872-4. Football Thirteen, 1873. 
New Coll., Oxford. 2nd cl. Mods. B.A. 1878. M.A. 1882. 
Joined the York and Lancashire Eegiment. Served in Egypt, 
in the campaign of 1882. Was present at the action of Kas- 
sassin and the battle of Tel-el-Kebir. 

YouNGMAN, Edwin. 1867. Son of Charles Fox Youngman. 

Y'ouNGMAN, Francis. 1867. Son of Charles Fox Yomigman. 

Youngman, Henry John. 1867. Son of Charles Fox Youngman. 

CHBISTMAS TEBM, 1867. 

Beown, John Mainwaring. 1867-72. Son of Gentle Brown. Sixth 
Form, 1872. Judd Exhib. Christ's Coll., Camb. 1st cl. Hist. 
Trip. Whewell Scholar in International Law. B.A. 1876. 
Ll.M. 1879. M.A. 1880. Called to the Bar, 1881. Professor 
of History at Otago University, New Zealand. 

Beyant, WilHam. 1867-76. Eldest son of Wilham John Daniel 
Bryant (Assistant Master at Tonbridge School), b. 1859. In 
the tea trade. Resides at South Norwood. 

Campbell, Duncan John Alfred. 1867-71. Son of Major-General 
John Peter Wilham Campbell. Sixth Form, 1870-1. Entered 
the Bengal Civil Service, 1875. Assistant Commissioner in 
British Burmah. Afterwards sent on special duty to Upper 
Burmah, and now posted as Civil Officer to Ava. 

Chaelton, Demetrius Frederick. 1867- . Son of Thomas Charlton. 
In the United States of America. 

Ceeeey, Charles Albert. 1867-70. Son of Charles Albert Creery. 
Resides at Newcastle, county Down, Ireland. 

Dance, John George. 1867-9. Son of Richard Dance. In business 
at Lewisham. 

Flemons, Thomas Ashby. 1867-8. Son of Samuel Flemons. 
Photographic artist and electrician at Tonbridge. 

Fox, Walter St. John. 1867-73. Second son of Thomas Samuel 
Fox. b. 1855. Cricket Eleven, 1872-3. Brewer at Farn- 
borough, Kent. 

Geegson, Alfred Hayley. 1867-8. Son of Jesse Gregson. Resides 
in Norfolk. 

Geegson, Percy Barrow. 1867-70. Son of Jesse Gregson. A 
Solicitor. Practises in the City of London. 

Henham, William Iden. 1867-9. Son of Iden Henham. In the 
Colony of Victoria, Australia. 

HoEE, Charles Clavell. 1867-70. (Previously at Charterhouse 
School). Eldest son of Charles Frederick Hore. b. 1852. 
Sixth Form, 1869-70. Football Thirteen, 1868-9. Called 
to the Bar (Lincoln's Inn), 1875. Now a Member of the London 
Stock Exchange. 



138 Tonhridge School a.d. 1867. 

HoRE, Frederick Willonghby Eanken. 1867. Second son of 
Charles Frederick Hore. b. 1855. Admitted a Solicitor, 1876. 
Practises in London. Besides at Shortlands, near Beckenham. 

Hughes, James Eoydon. 1867. Son of the Eev. James Eoydon 
Hughes. 

James, Archibald Jenkins. 1867-70. Son of Henry Nathaniel James. 

Lloyd, George Evan. 1867-74. Son of the Eev. James Eice Lloyd. 
b. 1855. Cricket Eleven, 1873-4. Jesus Coll., Camb. Joined 
the 70th Foot, 1876. Served in the Afghan War, 1879-80, and 
was present at the capture of Ali Musjid. Brevet of Major, 
1885. At present with the Egyptian Army on Staff duty. 

Lochee, Alfred Campbell. 1867-71. Third son of Alfred Lochee. 
b. 1854. Keble Coll., Oxford. 4th cl. Hist. B.A. 1876. M.A. 
1879. Ordained 1877. Formerly Curate of Eichmond, 
Surrey. Now a Chaplain on the Bombay Ecclesiastical Estab- 
lishment. 

Maezetti, Herbert. 1867-73. Second son of Eobert Burt 
Marzetti. Member of Stock Exchange. 

Maezetti, Eobert Beeves. 1867-71. Eldest son of Eobert Burt 
Marzetti. b. 1855. Member of the London Stock Exchange. 
Besides at Balham Park. 

MuLLETT, Walter John Eamsden. 1867-72. Son of Thomas 
Mullett. At Pernambuco, Brazil. 

EiviNGTON, Arthur William. 1867-72. Son of Charles Eivington. 
Sixth Form, 1869-72. Smythe Exhib. Also an Exhibitioner 
of Corpus Christi Coll., Oxford. 2nd cl. Mods. 3rd cl. Lit. 
Hum. B.A. 1876. M.A. 1879. Solicitor and Commissioner 
to Administer Oaths in the City of London. 

EuTLEY, Herbert Goring. 1867-8. Son of Samuel Eutley. Study- 
ing art. 

Sandys, Allan. 1867. (Afterwards at Shrewsbury School). A 
Solicitor. Practises at Liverpool. 

Sandys, William George. 1867. (Afterwards at Shrewsbury 
School). Learnt railway engineering at the Ashford Works, 
and agricultural engineering at Strood. Li 1878 took a large 
sheep-farm in New Zealand. When last heard from was going 
on an exploring expedition to New Guinea. 

Smith, Edward Stansfield. 1867-70. Son of the Eev. Frederick 
Benjamin Smith, d. 1885. 

Snelling, Joseph. 1867-9. Son of Joseph Snelhng. Clerk at 
Tonhridge. 

Stenning, George Stratton. Third son of Edward Stenning. b, 
1852. d. 1869. 

Stenning, Percy Haines. 1867-71. Fourth son of Edward 
Stenning. b. 1854. Amateur champion cross-country runner, 
1877-80. A surveyor. Besides at Beddington, Surrey. 



A.D. 1868. Register. 139 

Vaedon, Stanley Arthur. 1867-8. Second son of Sidney Vardon. 
h. 1852. Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1874. M.A. 1877. Ordained 
1875. Formerly Curate of Penshurst ; subsequently Curate 
and, since 1881, Vicar of Langton Green, Tunbridge Wells. 

Vebe, Aubrey Foster. 1867-71. Son of Eobert Vere. Passed 12th 
for the Indian Civil Service, 1875, but did not proceed to India. 
Engaged in literary v^ork. 

Waed, Allen Ogier. 1867-9. (Afterwards at Magdalen College 
School, Oxford). Only son of Thomas Ogier Ward, M.D. h. 
1852. Sixth Form, 1869. Edin. Univ. M.B. and CM. 1883. 
M.D. 1886. In business in London, 1871-9. Now in the 
Medical profession. Resides and practises at Tottenham, 
Middlesex. An oarsman and sculler. 

Weston, Charles Edward. 1867-71. Son of Henry Weston. 
Entered the Medical profession. 

Weston, Walter John. 1867-71. Son of Henry Weston. 

Wheeleb, James Cheslin Arnold. 1867-8. Eldest son of the 
Rev. William Cheslin Wheeler, h. 1854. St. John's Coll., 
Oxford. Of no profession. 

WiGHTWiCK, Thomas Arthur. 1867-70. Third son of Alfred 
Wight wick. An invalid. 

Williams, Francis. 1867-9. Son of John Williams. In the 
Medical profession. Practises at Tavistock, Devon. 

Wing, Edgar. 1867. Son of Thomas Wing. Wore. Coll., Oxford. 
YoRKE, Algernon Joseph. 1867-71. Third surviving son of Captain 
James Charles Yorke. In a merchant's firm at Madras. 

YoEKE, Reginald Somers. 1867-72. Second surviving son of 
Captain James Charles Yorke. Sixth Form, 1871-2. Judd 
Exhib. Scholar of St. Cath. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1886. Entered 
the Chinese Imperial Customs Service. 



EASTEB TEEM, 1868. 

CoNYBEARE, Charles Augustus Vansittart. 1868-72. Eldest son of 
John Charles Conybeare. b. 1853. Sixth Form, 1870-72. 
Smythe Exhib. Christ Church Coll., Oxford. Winner of Prize 
Foils at Oxford Gymnasium. 1st cl. Mods. : 2nd cl. Lit. 
Hum. B.A. 1876. Lothian Prize for Historical Essay, 1877 : 
Subject, " The Place of Iceland in the History of European 
Institutions." Assistant Master at the Manchester High School, 
1877-8. Called to the Bar (Gray's Inn) 1881. Elected Member 
of Parliament for the Camborne Division of Cornwall at the 
General Elections of 1885 and 1886. Author of " Conybeare's 
Corrupt and Illegal Practices Acts, 1884," and joint author of 
** Conybeare's and Andrews' Married Women's Property Acts, 
1883." 



140 Tonhridge School a.d. 1868. 

CoNYBEAEE, Frederick Cornwallis. 1868-75. Third son of John 
Charles Couybeare. Sixth Form, 1872-5. Judd Exhib. Foot- 
ball Thirteen, 1874. Scholar and afterwards Fellow of Univ. 
Coll., Oxford. 1st cl. Mods. 1st cl. Lit. Hum. B.A. 1880. 
M.A. 1882. Lecturer in Ancient Philosophy at University and 
Worcester Colleges, Oxford. 

CoNYBEARE, William John Spencer. 1868-73. Second son of John 
Charles Conybeare. h. 1855. Sixth Form, 1873. Judd 
Exhib. Football Thirteen, 1873. Christ Church Coll., 
Oxford. 4th cl. Hist. B.A. 1876. d. 1878. 

Cressey, George Henry. 1868-70. Only son of George Lister 
Cressey. h. 1854. Mem. Eoy. Coll. Surg., Eng., 1877. Has 
been House Surgeon of the Hertford General Infirmary, and 
subsequently Surgeon to the Koyal Mail Steamer '* Grantully 
Castle." Afterwards entered into partnership with Messrs. 
Sealy and Hudson, Surgeons, Nelson, New Zealand. 

Dove, Charles. 1868-71. Son of Thomas Dove. 

Dove, Frederick. 1868-71. Son of Thomas Dove. A merchant at 
Antwerp, Belgium. 

Gregory, Donald. 1868-75. Son of Thomas Gregory. Mem. 
Eoy. Coll. Vet. Surg. Practises at Clapton, Middlesex. 

Gregory, Percy. 1868-72. Son of Thomas Gregory. Mem. Eoy. 
Coll. Vet. Surg. Practises at Tonbridge. 

EiCH, Edwin Wilham Gordon. 1868-71. Son of Wilham Gordon 
Eich. Settled in the Province of Otago, New Zealand. 

TuLLOCH, Frederick Eobert. 1868- . Son of Major Hector 
Tulloch. In the Metropolitan Board of Works. 

Turner, Edwin Henry. 1868-70. Eldest son of Henry Turner. 
Died in New South Wales, 1886. 

SUMMER TEEM, 1868. 

Barron, Norman. 1868-70. Son of George Bretherton Barron, 
M.D. Cricket Eleven, 1870. Admitted a Solicitor, 1876. 

Beeman, Isaac. 1868. Eldest son of Isaac Beeman. 

Carey, Herbert Septimus. 1868-9. Son of James Edward Carey. 
Eesides at High Barnet, Middlesex. 

Herbert, Henry Leith. 1868-73. Elder son of Colonel Wilham 
George Hebbert, E.E. h. 1855. Sixth Form, 1873. Entered 
the Pubhc Works Department, Tndia, from Cooper's Hill 
College. Now serving on the Punjab Irrigation. 

James, Lawson Alfred. 1868- . Son of Henry Nathaniel James. 

MuiRHEAD, Francis Samuel. 1868- . Son of John Muirhead. A 
Master at a private School. 

Tuck, Edwin Johnson. 1868-70. Son of John Johnson Tuck. 
Eesides at Hertford. 



A.D. 1868. Register. 141 

WooLLEY, Turner Severin Macleay. 1868-72. Son of John Woolley. 
h. 1856. Joined the 108th Foot ; afterwards in the 7th Foot ; 
and now of the Bengal Staff Corpfe. Squadron Of&cer of the 
2nd Bengal Cavalry. 

CHBISTMAS TEEM, 1868. 

Bentley, Eichard. 1868-70. Only son of George Bentley. b. 
1851. Publisher in London. Fellow of the Statistical, Eoyal 
Geographical, and Royal Meteorological Societies. 

Ceofton, Caldwell Henry. 1868-9. (Afterwards at Cheltenham 
College.) Third son of General Richard Henry Crofton, R.A. 
b. 1856. Joined the Royal Artillery, 1875. Captain, 1884. 

Ceofton, Richard Martin. 1868-9. (Afterwards at Cheltenham 
College.) Second son of General Richard Henry Crofton, R.A. 
b. 1854. Joined the Royal Artillery, 1875. Captain, 1884. 

Daniell, Arthur Cairnes. 1868-71. Son of James Daniell. b. 
1857. Joined the Royal Artillery, 1876. Served in the Afghan 
War, 1880. Medal. Captain. 

Davenpoet, Henry WilHam. 1868-70. Son of Colonel Salisbury 
Davenport. 

DoDD, Arthur. 1868-72. Third son of the Rev. George William 
Dodd. b. 1856. An artist. Studied at the Slade Schools of 
Art, London University, and at South Kensington. Painter of 
" In the Peaceful Evening Time " (Royal Academy, 1880) ; 
"Mutual Distrust" (Royal Academy, 1885); "The End of a 
Long Run " (Nineteenth Century Art Society, 1886). 

FuELEY, Frederick William. 1868-74. Elder son of William Henry 
Furley. b. 1856. Football Thirteen, 1873. A banker at 
Canterbury. 

Gaeeett, George Herbert. 1868-71. Youngest son of Newson 
Garrett, b. 1854. Resides in Suffolk. 

Hilton, Edward Foord. 1868-73. Seventh son of the Rev. Henry 
Hilton, b. 1856. Residing in San Francisco, U.S.A. 

Hilton, Musgrave Foord. 1868-71. Fifth son of the Rev. Henry 
Hilton, b. 1852. St. John's Coll., Camb., and Chich. Theol. 
Coll. Ordained 1875. Formerly Curate, and from 1878 to 
1885 Vicar, of West Lavington, Sussex. Now Curate in charge 
of East and West Stower, Dorset. 

Hilton, Stringer Oldman. 1868-73. Sixth son of the Rev. Henry 
Hilton, b. 1854. Trin. Hall, Camb. Admitted a Solicitor, 
1880. Practises at Canterbury. 

Jennings, Cecil Frederick Joseph. 1868-73. Youngest son of 
Joseph Jennings, b. 1855. Sixth Form, 1873. Admitted a 
Solicitor, 1879. Practises in London. Resides at Wanstead. 

McIntyee, Angus George Milward. 1868- . Son of ^neas Mclntyre, 
M.P. A Barrister. Resides at West Kensington. 



142 Tonbridge School a.d. 1868. 

Mercer, Leslie. 1868-70. Second son of Samuel Mercer, b. 1856. 
Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1882. M.A. 1886. Ordained 1882. 
Formerly Cm-ate of Halesowen ; then of St. Mary's, Lambeth. 
Now Eector of Hawstead, Suffolk. 

MiLLEs, Eobert Sydney. 1868-76. Son of the Eev. Thomas Milles. 

In Hobart Town, Tasmania. 
Nash, Edward Eowland. 1868-71. Fourth son of John Nash. b. 

1853. Cricket Eleven, 1869-71. Football Thirteen,^ 1868-70. 

Line. Coll., Oxford. Competed in the Inter-University Sports 

of 1873 for the Wide Jump ; 1874, for the Hundred Yards and 

Wide Jump ; and 1876, for the Hurdle Eace. 
Norman, George. 1868. Son of George Norman. 

Page, Joseph. 1868-72. Son of Joseph Page. b. 1854. Joined 
the 16th Eegiment, but soon retired. Now farming in Texas. 

Peake, Eobert Thelwall. 1868-73. Second son of Eobert WilHam 
Peake. Cricket Eleven, 1873. In a mercantile house in the 
Straits Settlements. Superintendent of a branch establishment 
at Penang. 

Satchell, WilHam Morris. 1868. Son of William Carroll Satchell. 
Formerly a Medical Man at Eichmond, Nelson, New Zealand. 
Deceased. 

Sawyer, Osbert William. 1868-74. Eldest son of William Collin- 
son Sawyer, D.D., Bishop of Grafton and Armidale. Sixth 
Form, 1873-4. B.A. Melbourne University. In the Victoria 
Civil Service. 

Seaton, James Clarke. 1868-74. Fourth son of Edward Cator 
Seaton, M.D. Sixth Form, 1871-4. Head Boy. Judd Exhib. 
Univ. Coll., Oxford. 2nd cl. Mods. Entered the Indian Civil 
Service. Died at Tinnevelly from a fall from a horse soon 
after going out to India, 1878. 

Smith, Charles Sundius. 1868-72. Son of Charles Eichard Smith. 

b. 1852. Sixth Form, 1871-2. Cricket Eleven, 1870-2. Captain. 

Football Thirteen, 1870-1. Trin. Coll., Oxford. 4th cl. Theol. 

B.A. 1876. M.A. 1880. Ordained 1876. Formerly Curate of 

St. Paul's, Penzance. Since 1880 Senior Curate of DrifiQeld, 

Yorkshire. 
Stables, Owen Penwell. 1868. Third son of Walter WilHam 

Stables. Headmaster of Perth Grammar School, Western 

Australia. 

Turner, Nathaniel. 1868-74. Son of Michael Turner, Sixth Form, 
1871-4. Judd Exhib. Cricket Eleven, 1874. Scholar of Jesus 
CoH., Camb. Died at college, 1876. 

Wallace, Frederick George. 1868-70. Son of Goodbody WaHace. 

Football Thirteen, 1869. In Spain. 
Warre, Eupert. 1868-9. Son of Eupert Henry Warre. Entered 

no profession. Died in Jersey some years ago. 



A.D. 1869. Register. 143 

WiLKiNS, Alfred Dalton. 1868- . Son of Alfred Wilkins. Cricket 
Eleven, 1871-2. Football Thirteen, 1872. Assistant Con- 
servator of Forests in the Bengal Presidency. 

EASTEB TEEM, 1869. 

Davenport, George Augustus. 1869. Son of Augustus Davenport. 
Settled in Manitoba. 

Eardley-Wilmot, Henry. 1869-70. Sixth son of the Eev. Edward 
E. Eardley-Wilmot. b. 1854. Clare Coll., Camb. Won an 
open half-mile handicap at Cambridge. Gazetted to the 40th 
Foot, 1876 ; but immediately entered the Madras Staff Corps 
(4th Native Infantry). Served in the Afghan War in the Khyber 
Pass, &c. Medal. Afterwards exchanged into the 2nd Madras 
Cavalry, of which he is now Adjutant. Has lately passed the 
highest examination in Persian, and also the School of Musketry, 
Hythe. 

Hall, Douglas. 1869-70. Son of WilHam Champagne Hall. 

HoRE, Henry Augustus. 1869-74. Son of Charles Frederick Hore. 
A Solicitor in London. 

HowsE, Francis Eobert. 1869. Son of Henry Howse. Mem. 
Eoy. Coll. Surg., Eng. Practises at Battersea, London. 

Hughes-Hughes, Augustus. 1869-76. Sixth son of Wilham Hughes- 
Hughes, J.P. b. 1857. Sixth Form, 1873-6. An assistant in 
the Manuscript Department of the British Museum. 

Lawford, Ernest Bruce. 1869-70. Son of Thomas Acland Lawford. 
A Member of the London Stock Exchange. 

McLaren, LesHe. 1869-70. Son of John Wingate McLaren. In 
business at Adelaide, South Australia. 

Eoper, William. 1869-73. Eldest son of John William Eoper. b. 
1857. Estate agent and surveyor at Tunbridge Wells. Fellow 
of the Surveyors' Institution. 

Sands, Thomas Soan. 1869-70. Son of Eichard Sands. Formerly 
a chemist at Croydon, d. 1885. 

Seaton, Frederick Ongley. 1869-71. Son of Edward Cator Seaton, 
M.D. A tea-planter in China. 

Tate, Arthur Littlewood. 1869. Son of Wilham Tate, Mem. Eoy. 
Coll. Surg., &c. For some time a surgeon on the ships of the 
British India Steam Navigation Company. Since 1880 has 
practised at Sutton, Surrey 

Trotter, Frederick Straw. 1869-70. Elder son of Theodore Trotter. 
Football Thirteen, 1870. Eesides in Lincolnshire. 

SUMMER TEEM, 1869. 

Burr, Francis Edward. 1869-70. Son of Charles Burr. Eesides 
at Brighton. 



144 Tonhridge School a.d. 1869. 

CoNKOT, Valentine Yere. 1869-75. Youngest son of Augustus John 
Conroy. h. 1858. Agent to G. P. Fuller, Esq., M.P., of Newton 
Park, Corsham, Wilts. 

CoNYBEARE, Henry Grant Madan. 1869-78. Fourth son of John 
Charles Conybeare. h. 1859. Sid. Suss. Coll., Camb. Studied 
for a year in the Engineering School at the Crystal Palace. 
Besides at Ingatestone, Essex. 

CoESELLis, Henry Nicholas. 1869-71. Son of Arthur Alexander 
Corsellis. A Solicitor in London. Besides at Wandsworth. 

CoTTERELL, Samuel Lee. 1869-70. Son of Thomas Samuel 

Cotterell. 
Jephson, Arthur Jermy. 1869-74. (On H.M.'s training ship 

Worcester, 1874-6). Fifth son of the Bev. John Mounteney 

Jephson. h. 1859. Of no profession. 

Lee, Harry Holme. 1869-70. Son of the Bev. Edward Henry 

Lee. 
Lywood, Leonard Wyndham. 1869-70. Son of Leonard Lywood. 

Martin, Frederick. 1869. Son of William Martin. Besides at 
Southborough. 

Neall, Lewis Harry. 1869-73. Son of John Sugden Neall. Foot- 
ball Thirteen, 1872. Tea-planter in Assam. 

Nourse, William John Chichele. 1869-70. Son of WilHam Edward 
Nourse. Lie. Boy. Coll. Surg, and Phys., Edinburgh, 1881. 
Practises at Morchard Bishop, North Devon. 

Pattisson, Frederick Luard. 1869-75. Ninth son of Jacob Howell 
Pattisson, Ll.M. h. 1858. Cricket Eleven, 1875. Football 
Thirteen, 1875. South of England Football Fifteen, 1880. 
Member of the London Stock Exchange. Besides at Tonbridge. 

Pattisson, Bichard Murrills. 1869-79. Tenth son of Jacob Howell 
Pattisson, Ll.M. h. 1860. Sixth Form, 1874-9. Head Boy. 
Judd Exhib. Football Fifteen, 1876-8. Captain. Scholar, 
Thorpe Exhibitioner and Hubbard Exhibitioner of Emman. 
Coll., Camb. 10th Wrangler, Math. Trip. 1st cl. Law Trip. 
B.A. 1883. Univ. Football Fifteen, 1881-2. England Football 
Fifteen, 1883. Student-at-Law, Lincoln's Inn. Elected a 
Fellow of Emmanuel College, June, 1886. 

Peacock, Anthony Knatchbull Wilkinson. 1869-74. Youngest son 
of the Bev. John Wilkinson Peacock, h. 1857. Lieutenant in 
the Boyal Wilts Militia, 1875-80. At present in New Zealand. 

Eattray, Austin. 1869-74. Youngest son of Bobert Haldane 
Battray. h. 1859. Assistant-editor of the Englishman (Simla, 
India). Took part, as a correspondent, in the Egyptian cam- 
paign of 1882, including the actions at Kassassin and the battle 
of Tel-el-Kebir ; also in the expedition against the Akas (hill- 
tribe on the Assam frontier of India) in 1883 ; also in the 
Burmese War of 1885-6. 



A.D. 1869. Register. 145 

Slade, Ernest. 1869-70. Son of Adolphus Frederick Slade. Member 
of the London Stock Exchange. 

Slade, Walter. 1869-71. Son of Adolphus Frederick Slade. h. 
1851. Cricket Eleven, 1870-1. Football Thirteen, 1870. A 
noted runner. Amateur Champion for a Mile, 1873-4-5-6-7 ; 
also for Four Miles, 1874. On various occasions ran half-a- 
mile, a mile, two miles, and four miles, in the fastest times 
then on record for amateurs. Formerly a Member of the 
London Stock Exchange. Now a Member of the Melbourne 
Stock Exchange, Victoria. 

Smith, Gerald Godfrey Uppleby Stapylton. 1869- . Son of John 
Uppleby Stapylton Smith. 

Smith, John Ledbitter Uppleby Stapylton. 1869- . Son of John 
Uppleby Stapylton Smith. 

ToERENS, Arthur Eobert. 1869-70. (At Harrow School, 1870-3.) 
Eldest son of Captain Alfred Torrens. Holds a Government 
appointment in New South Wales. 

Turner, Frederic Faithful!. 1869-72. Eldest son of Frederic 
Turner, h. 1857. A merchant in London. 

Went, Samuel Archibald. 1869-75. Son of Samuel Went. Foot- 
ball Thirteen, 1874-5. Captain. In business in the City of 
London. 

Whyte, Herbert William. 1869. Only son of Admiral John 
WilHam Whyte. h. 1857. Resides at Blackheath. 

CHBISTMAS TEEM, 1869. 

Andrews, Francis Herbert. 1869-72. Fifth son of Henry Wych 
Andrews, b. 1855. On the Stock Exchange, 1873. Has since 
been to Australia and returned. 

Barber, Richard Henry. 1869-71. Son of the Rev. Richard Barber. 
Entered the Merchant Navy. Subsequently at St. Aidan's 
Theol. Coll., 1879. Ordained 1881. Formerly Curate of The 
Brook, West Derby, Liverpool. Since 1882 Curate of Milbourne 
with Dewlish, Dorchester. 

Clementson, Constantine. 1869-73. Eldest son of William Clement- 
son, b. 1856. Sixth Form, 1871-3. Football Thirteen, 1872-3, 
Captain. Colquith and Hulmeian Exhibitioner of Brasenose 
Coll., Oxford. 3rd cl. Mods. 3rd cl. Nat. Sci. B.A. 1877. 
M.A. 1880. Ordained 1877. Formerly Curate of Sheffield. 
Since 1882 Vicar of St. Thomas, Crookes, Sheffield. 

Clementson, James Folliott. 1869-74. Second son of William 
Clementson. b. 1858. Farming beyond Winnipeg, Canada. 

Cousins, Frank Lusignan. 1869-74. Son of Stephen Cousins (Old 
Tonbridgian). JuddExhib. Sid. Suss. Coll., Camb. Assistant- 
Master at Honiton Grammar School, Devon. 



146 Tollbridge School a.d. 1869. 

Cousins, Stephen John. 1869-74. Son of Stephen Cousins (Old 
Tonbridgian). Judd Exhib. Keble Coll. and Charsley's Hall, 
Oxford. Eesides at Gribton, Dumfries. 

Cowley, Alexander. 1869-71. Eldest son of the Eev. WiUiam 
David Cowley, D.D. 

Cowley, WilHam Dougald Flower. 1869-71. Second son of the 
Eev. William David Cowley, D.D. b. 1857. Afterwards at 
Kingstown School, near Dublin. Entered the Financial De- 
partment of the Indian Government. Now Assistant-Controller 
at Eangoon, British Burmah. 

Eaele, Charles. 1869-74. Second son of Joseph Earle. b. 1856. 
Sixth Form, 1872-4. Scholar of St. Cath. Coll., Camb. 3rd cl. 
Class. Trip. B.A. 1879. Ordained 1879. Curate of New 
Bilton, Eugby, from 1879 to 1886. Now Eector of Ingatestone 
with Buttsbury, Essex. 

Evans, Edward Foley. 1869-76. Son of Herbert Norman Evans. 
Sixth Form, 1873-5. Judd Exhib. Football Thirteen, 1875. 
Corpus Christi Coll., Oxford. 3rd cl. Mods. 3rd cl. Lit. Hum. 
Master (with C F. Sylvester, an Old Tonbridgian), of St. 
George's School, Brampton, Huntingdonshire. 

Evans, George Alfred Penrhys. 1869-77. Fourth son of Colonel 
Henry William Evans. b. 1856. Joined the 9th Lancers, 
1874. Captain, 1880. Served in the Afghan War, 1879-80. Medal. 

Evans, Thomas Julian Penrhys. 1869-71. Third son of Colonel 
Henry William Evans, b. 1854. Joined the Eoyal Marine 
Light Infantry, 1874. Captain, 1884. 

Griffin, Ealph Hare. 1869-73. Second son of the Eev. William 
Nathaniel Griffin, b. 1854. Sixth Form, 1870-3. Head Boy. 
Smythe Exhib. Also an Exhibitioner of St. John's Coll., 
Camb. Obtained an Inns-of-Court Studentship of the First 
Class in Eoman Civil and International Law and Jurisprudence. 
Called to the Bar, 1881. 

Holmes, Henry Musgrave Dalkeith. 1869-70. Son of Eobert Charles 
Holmes. 

Howell, Eeginald. 1869-72. Fifth son of John Howell, b. 1856. 
Football Thirteen, 1872. 1st cl. in Metallurgy, and Associate 
of the Eoyal School of Mines, London. Fellow of the Chemical 
Society. Played Cricket for the County of Surrey, 1878-9. 
Manufacturer. Eesides at Long Ditton, Surrey. 

Jones, George Herbert Daniel. 1869-72. Son of John Jones. 
Jesus Coll., Camb. 3rd cl. Hist. Trip. B.A. 1877. Ordained 
1879. Formerly Curate of Creed, Cornwall, and now of St. 
Paul's, Clifton, Bristol. 

Keogh, George Paterson Francis. 1869-71. Eldest son of the 
Eev. George Patrick Keogh. Fell Exhibitioner of Christ Church 
Coll., Oxford. 2nd cl. Mods. 2nd cl. Lit. Hum. B.A. 1878. 
M.A. 1882. Called to the Bar (Lincoln's Inn), 1882. 



A.D. 1870. Register. 147 

KiNGSNORTH, Thoiiias. 1869-74. Son of Alfred Kingsnortli. 

Lachlan, George Louis. 1869-78. Fourth son of George Lachlan. 
b. 1859. Cricket Eleven, 1876-8. Captain. Football Thirteen, 
1876-7. Pemb. Coll., Oxford. Afterwards at Eathbone Bros, 
(tea-merchants) for four years, but gave up city life owing to 
ill-health, and has returned to Oxford to read for a degree. 

Lachlan, Eobert. 1869-80. Fifth son of George Lachlan. h. 
1861. Scholar and afterwards Fellow of Trin. Coll., Camb. 3rd 
Wrangler Math. Trip., 1883. B.A. 1884. Smith's Prizeman, 
1885. For some time Instructor in Mathematics at the Eoyal 
Naval College, Greenwich. Now a Tutor at Trio. Coll., Camb. 

LiND, George Francis. 1869-70. Son of Francis Macan Lind. 

Nash, Francis Eeginald. 1869-74. Fifth son of John Nash. h. 

1857. Cricket Eleven, 1874. Shipbroker in the City of 

London. 
Nightingale, John Leathley. 1869-74. Son of George Nightingale. 

Sixth Form, 1871-4. Smythe Exhib. Scholar of Emman. 

Coll., Camb. 3rd cl. Class. Trip. B.A. 1879. M.A. 1882. 

Ordained 1879. Formerly Curate of All Saints, Langham 

Place, London. Since 1882 Curate in charge of Eichmond, 

Nelson, New Zealand. 

Oyler, Eobert. 1869-70. Son of Samuel Oyler. Farming in 

Kent. 
Philpott, Charles Herbert. 1869-72. Son of Eichard Philpott. 

Cricket Eleven, 1872. 

Eattray, Eullion Hare. 1869-75. Son of Thomas Eattray. h. 
1856. Football Thirteen. 1875. Joined the 61st Foot, 1878, 
afterwards the Cheshire Eegiment. Now in the Bengal Staff 
Corps. Wing Officer of the 22nd Punjab Native Infantry. 

Steachan, James Henry. 1869-73. Son of James Innes Strachan. 
Cricket Eleven, 1871-3, Captain. Football Thirteen, 1871-2. 
Member of the Junior Athenaeum Club, London. 

Tyssen, Charles Amherst Daniel. 1869-70. Son of Francis Samuel 
Daniel Tyssen. Mert. Coll., Oxford. 4th cl. Theol. B.A. 1879. 
M.A. 1882. Ordained 1880. Formerly Curate of Highweek, 
Devon. Eesides at Hammersmith, Middlesex. 

EASTEB TEBM, 1870. 

Andrews, John Courtney Lane. 1870-1. Fourth son of Henry 
Wych Andrews, h. 1853. A Solicitor. Practised first near 
Hitchin, and then at Wells, Somersetshire. 

Bassett, George Stewart. 1870-1. Son of George Alfred Bassett. 
Was in the Bank of England. 

Broome, Ealph. 1870-1. Son of Arthur Plantagenet Broome. 

De Morgan, John W. Campbell. 1870-1. Son of Campbell de 
Morgan. Football Thirteen, 1870. Eesides in London. 
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148 Tonhridge School a.d. 1870. 

Dickson, James Eae. 1870-3. Only son of John Edward Irving 
Dickson, h. 1859. Bank and merchant's clerk in Victoria and 
New Zealand. 

Hamilton, Francis Eobert Abingdon. 1869-74. Only son of 
William Edmund Hamilton, H.E.I.C.S. h. 1856. Sixth Form, 
1872-4. Smythe Exhib. Cricket Eleven, 1872-4. Captain. 
Goldsmiths' Exhibitioner and Exhibitioner of Corpus Christi 
Coll., Oxford. 2nd cl. Mods. B.A. 1879. A tutor. 

Hare, Frederick Stephen Christian. 1870-3. Son of Henry Christian 
Hare (Old Tonbridgian). h. 1857. Entered the Army Commis- 
sariat Service, 1880. A Deputy- Assistant-Commissary-General. 

HiNDLEY, Walter Paton. 1870-3. (Afterwards at King's College 
School and at Geneva.) Eldest son of Walter Henry Hindley. 
h. 1856. St. Peter's Coll., Camb. B.A. 1882. M.A. 1886. 
Winchester Reading Prize. Ordained 1882. Previously engaged 
in mercantile work in London. Since 1884 in charge of St. 
Clement's, Fulham. 

Keogh, Andrew Nasmyth Fitzgerald. 1870-2. Second son of the 
Eev. George Patrick Keogh. In Holy Orders. Formerly Curate 
of St. Stephen's, Tonbridge. Since 1883 Curate of St. John's, 
Upper Hollo way, London. 

Little, Joseph Edward. 1870-9. Eldest son of the Rev. Joseph 
Russell Little (Senior Assistant-Master at Tonbridge School). 
b. 1861. Sixth Form, 1877-9. Judd Exhib. Also an Exhi- 
bitioner of Line. Coll., Oxford. 2nd cl. Mods. 3rd cl. Mod. 
Hist. B.A. 1883. Assistant-Master at The Mount, North- 
allerton, Yorkshire. 

MuLLiNEK, Francis Edward. 1870-4. Son of Francis Mulliner. 
Football Thirteen, 1874. Corpus Christi Coll, Camb. 

Newington, Charles. 1870. Son of John Newington. Resides at 
Combe Farm, near Wadhurst. 

PoGSON, Charles Albert. 1870-2. Son of John Pogson. Cricket 
Eleven, 1882. In India. 

Rich, Maitland Gordon. 1870-1. Son of William Gordon Rich. 
In New Zealand. 

Straw, Richard Arton. 1870-3. Son of Thomas Straw. Football 
Thirteen, 1871. In the Colonies. 

ToTHiLL, Francis Henry. 1870. Son of Francis Richard Tothill. 

Wade, Sidney. 1870-3. Elder son of Richard John Wade. h. 
1855. Sixth Form, 1872-3. Cricket Eleven, 1873. Examiner 
in the Exchequer and Audit Department of H.M. Civil Service 
since 1875. 

White, Harry George. 1870- . Son of George White. 

SUMMER TEBM, 1870. 
BouLTON, Lloyd. 1870-1. Son of John Boulton. 



A.D. 1870. Register. 149 

Bryant, Alfred Thomas. 1870-7. Second son of William John 
Daniel Bryant (Assistant Master at Tonbridge School), h. 1860. 
Sixth Form, 1876-7. Also an Exhibitioner of Wadh. Coll., 
Oxford. 2nd cl. Mods. 3rd cl. Lit. Hum. B.A. 1881. Passed 
for the Straits Settlements Civil Service. (First in Competitive 
Examination, 1883.) Passed in Malay and Law, 1885. Acting- 
Third-Magistrate, Penang, 1886. Magistrate and Justice of the 
Peace for the Straits Settlements. 

Burton, Arthur. 1870-4. Son of John Burton. In business at 
Liverpool. 

Carr, Henry Bryan. 1870-3. Eldest son of the Rev. Henry Carr. h. 
1855. Sixth Form, 1873. Sizar of St. John's Coll., Camb. 
B.A. 1877. M.A. 1880. Ordained 1878. Has held the 
Curacies of Upper Easton, Bristol ; Wakefield, Yorkshire ; 
and Ilkley, Yorkshire. Since 1885 Vicar of Cobridge, Stoke- 
upon-Trent. 

Carr, Reginald George. 1870-5. Second son of the Rev. Henry 
Carr. h. 1856. Sixth Form, 1871-5. Judd Exhib. Football 
Thirteen, 1873-4. Scholar of Caius Coll., Camb. 1st. cl. Class. 
Trip. B.A. 1879. M.A. 1883. An Assistant Master at Monkton 
Combe School. 

Clarke, Charles Alexander. 1870-5. Son of Alexander Clarke. 
A clerk in Lloyds', London. 

Clayton, Robert Ougler. 1870-5. Son of Jonathan Clayton. 
Sixth Form, 1874-5. Cricket Eleven, 1874-5. Passed through 
Cooper's Hill Engineering College, and is now in the Public 
Works Department, Bengal. 

Cox, Homersham. 1870-5. Eldest son of Homersham Cox (Old 
Tonbridgian). h. 1857. Sixth Form, 1873-5. Judd Exhib. 
Scholar and afterwards Fellow of Trin. Coll., Camb. 4th 
Wrangler Math. Trip. B.A. 1880. M.A. 1883. Preparing 
for the Medical Profession. Author of "Principles of Arith- 
metic," and several papers published in the Cambridge 
Matheinatical Journal. 

Davy, Edward. 1870-1. Son of Richard Davy. 

Davy, Franklin. 1870-1. Son of Richard Davy. 

Eden, John Montagu Rodney. 1870-3. Elder son of Colonel 
Wilham Frederick Eden. h. 1854. Joined the 46th Foot (now 
2nd Batt. Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry). Served in the 
Egyptian campaign of 1882, and was present at the actions of 
El-Magfar, Tel-el-Mahuta, both actions at Kassassin, and the 
battle of Tel-el-Kebir. Medal with clasp, and bronze star. 
Served also in the Nile Expedition of 1884-5, and was with the 
River Column, under General Earle. Clasp. Volunteered for 
the Nile Expedition of 1885-6, and is acting as Special Service 
Officer with the Staff. 

Evans, Ernest Charles. 1870-7. Youngest son of Herbert Norman 
Evans, h. 1859. Sixth Form, 1874-7. Judd Exhib. Keble 



150 Tonhridge School a. d. 1870. 

Coll., Oxford. 2nd cl. Mods. 4th cl. Lit. Hum. B.A. 1881. 
Ordained 1883, since which he has been Curate of Christ's 
Church, Watney Street, St. George's-in-the-East, London. 

Geegorie, David George. 1870-2. (Afterwards on H.M.'s Train- 
ing-ship Worcester). Elder son of Colonel Erederick Charles 
Gregorie, C.B. h. 1860. Joined the 18th Eoot, 1880. Served 
in the Egyptian Expedition of 1882, and was present at the 
Battle of Tel-el-Kebir, Medal with clasp and bronze star. 
Since 1884 has been employed with the Egyptian Army. Per- 
formed a distinguished act of bravery in rescuing a wounded man 
under the enemy's fire at Souakim, 1884. Served in the 
operations up the Nile in 1886, and was present at the Battle 
of Giness. Order of the Osmanieh. Clasp " Souakim," 1885. 

Hawkins, Frederick. 1870-4. Eldest son of Major James Hawkins. 
h. 1856. Sixth Form, 1874. Entered the 8th Foot, 1874. 
Bengal Staff Corps, 1878. Captain in the 1st Bengal Native 
Infantry, 1885, Served in the Afghan War, 1879-80, in the 
operations against the Momunds. Medal. 

Jones, William T. Bassett. 1870-5. Son of James Jones, h. 
1857. Sixth Form, 1873-6. Head Boy. Judd Exhib. Went 
to Cambridge University, cl. 1882. 

Lewis, George Frederick Henry. 1870-3. Son of Thomas Noyes 
Lewis. 

Morgan, WilHam Charles. 1870-2. Only son of the Eev. Wilham 
Eichard Morgan, h. 1855. Lond. 'Coll. of Divinity, 1879. 
Ordained 1881, since which year he has been Curate of St. 
John's, Fulham. 

Nightingale, Edward Charles. 1870-3. Son of George Nightin- 
gale. Smythe Exhib. Corpus Christi Coll., Camb. B.A. 1880. 
Ordained 1880. Formerly Curate of Holy Trinity, Marylebone, 
London. Since 1883 Curate of All Saints, Nelson, New Zealand. 

EiCHAEDSON, Charles James Euddiman. 1870-3. Son of George 
Eichardson. Sixth Form, 1871-3. Football TMrteen, 1871-^2. 
Scholar of Emman. Coll., Camb. Sen. Opt. Math. Trip. B.A. 
1878. At present in New Zealand. 

Smith, George Barton. 1870-2. (Afterwards with a private tutor 
for some years). Caius Coll., Camb. B.A. 1882. Joined the 
North Staffordshire Eegiment, 1st Batt. (late 64th Foot), 1884. 

Thellusson, Ernest Charles. 1870-3. Only son of Ernest 
Thellusson, h. 1858. Sodor and Man Theol. Coll., 1879. 
Ordained 1881. Has held the Curacies of Kirk Christ, Eushen ; 
and St. George's, Douglas, both in the Isle of Man. Since 1885, 
Incumbent of St. James', Melton-on-the-Hill, Yorkshire. 

Ward, James Ibotson. 1870-4. Eldest son of James Ward. Foot- 
ball Thirteen, 1874. Played Football for England v. Ireland 
twice, 1880-2 ; also for South v. North the same years ; also 
for the County of Middlesex. Eowed at Henley for the London 
Eowing Club, 1879-80-81. 



A.D. 1870. Register. 151 

CHBISTMAS TEEM, 1870. 

Beaumont, Arthur John. 1870-4. Son of Thomas Beaumont. In 
business in London. Besides at Stoke Newington. 

Beaumont, Edward Jackson. 1870-4. Son of Thomas Beaumont. 
Moving about in the East. Was last at Bhamo in Burmah. 

Beaumont, George Cuthbert. 1870-4. Son of Thomas Beaumont. 
In the London and County Bank, King's Cross Branch, London. 

Burton, George Guy. 1870-5. Eldest son of Samuel Warren 
Burton, b. 1856. Entered the Munster Bank (by Examina- 
tion), 1875. Was at first in the Killarney Branch; in 1881 
became Chief Clerk of the Transfer Branch at the Head Office. 
Now occupies the same post in the Munster and Leinster Bank. 

Caknell, John Frederick. 1870-2. Son of George Frederick 
Carnell (Old Tonbridgian). A Solicitor at Sevenoaks. 

Charlton, Edward William. 1870-6. Son of Dennis Eigden Charlton. 
Cricket Eleven, 1876. 

Charlton, Thomas Frank. 1870-5. Son of Dennis Eigden Charlton. 
b. 1858. Solicitor in London. 

Cox, Harold. 1870-8. Second son of Homersham Cox (Old Ton- 
bridgian). Sixth Form, 1876-8. Judd Exhib. Scholar of Jesus 
Coll., Camb. Sen. Opt. Math. Trip. B.A. 1882. President of 
the Cambridge University Union Society, 1881. University 
Extension Lecturer on Political Economy at York and Hull, 
1882-3. Went to India in 1885 as Professor of Mathematics 
at the Mahommedan College of Aligarh. 

Dickinson, Frederic William. 1870-3. (Afterwards at the Gym- 
nasium of Essen, Ehine Province). Younger son of Henry 
Dickinson, b. 1856. Sixth Form, 1873. A journalist. 

GooDE, Thomas Henry. 1870-4. Son of William Francis Goode. 
In business in London. Eesides at Hampstead Heath. 

Growse, Eobert. 1870-1. Eldest son of Eobert Growse, M.D. 
b. 1853. Jesus Coll., Camb. Eesides at Brentwood, Essex. 

Harris, Edmund Burke. 1870-7. Second son of Samuel Harris. 
b. 1860. Sixth Form, 1877. Judd Exhib. Caius Coll., Camb. 
3rd cl. Class. Trip. B.A. 1881. Admitted a Solicitor, 1884, 
beiog placed 2nd in the First Class in Honours in the Final 
Examination of the Incorporated Law Society, and gaining the 
Clifford's Inn Prize, and that of the Kent Law Society. 

Harris, John George Workman. 1870-1. Eldest son of Samuel 
Harris. b. 1857. Entered the Tenterden Branch of the 
London and County Bank as 2nd clerk in 1876. 

Headley, George Tanfield. 1870-5. Son of the Eev. Tanfield 
George Headley. Learning farming in Kent. 

Hooper, Samuel Fry. 1870-3. Third son of William Hooper. 
b.l865. Jesus Coll., Camb. B.A. 1878. M.A. 1882. Ordained 
1881. Curate of St. Paul's, Lorrimore Square, London. 



152 Tonhridge School a.d. 1870. 

Leslie, Albert. 1870-5. Son of Francis Seymour Leslie. In the 
2nd Bombay Grenadiers. 

LucKHAM, Alexander James. 1870-5. Eldest son of Alexander 
Minty Luckham. h. 1857. Sixth Form, 1872-5. Head Boy, 
1873 and 1875. Cricket Eleven, 1871-5. Captain. Football 
Thirteen, 1873-4. Captain. Scholar of Emman. Coll., Camb. 
1st cl. Class. Trip. B.A. 1879. M.A. 1882. An Assistant- 
Master at Cheltenham College. 

Mercer, Eeginald Mackenzie. 1870- . Son of Charles Mercer. 
Besides at Canterbury. 

Pawley, Tom Edward. 1870-3. (Afterwards at Cowbridge School.) 
Son of Thomas John Pawley. Landlord of the " Pose and 
Crown" Hotel, Tonbridge. Has played in the Kent County 
Cricket Eleven. 

Eeynolds, Herbert Edward. 1870-3. Fourth son of James Pey- 
nolds. h. 1856. Joined the 19th Hussars, 1876. Captain, 1882. 
Petired 1883. Served in the Egyptian campaign, 1882. Present 
at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir. Medal with clasp, and Khedive's 
Star. Pesides at Brighton. 

Eeynolds, James Christopher. 1870-2. Third son of James Pey- 

nolds. h. 1854. Joined the Welsh Pegiment, 1st Batt. (late 
41st Foot), 1876. At present stationed in Natal, South 
Africa. 

Richardson, George James Addison. 1870-1. Son of George 

Pichardson. Cricket Eleven, 1871. Football Thirteen, 1871. 
In New Zealand. 

Russell, Henry Satterthwaite. 1870-1. Son of Henry Pussell. 
A Member of the London Stock Exchange. Pesides at Wey- 
bridge, Surrey. 

Trotter, Brown. 1870-2. Second son of Theodore Trotter, h- 
1854. d. 1886. 

Wilson, William James. 1870- . Eldest son of Alexander Wilson. 
Member of the London Stock Exchange. Pesides at Beck- 
enham. 

EASTEB TEEM, 1871. 

Abell, Ernest. 1871-2. Son of Henry Abell. Deceased. 

Andrews, Leonard Peel. 1871-4. Eldest son of Louis Willoughby 
Andrews. h. 1858. Cricket Eleven, 1874. Agent. In the 
Phillipine Islands, 1878-82. Now in Spain. 

Andrews, Willoughby. 1871-7. Second son of Louis Willoughby 
Andrews, h. 1861. Cricket Eleven, 1877. Football Thirteen, 
1876. Bank secretary at Manchester. Pesides in Cheshire. 

Arnold, George Edmund. 1871- . Son of George Arnold (Old 
Tonbridgian). Managing Director of the Hastings Patent Free- 
. stone Company. 



A.D. 1871. Register. 153 

Atkinson, George Charles. 1871-4. Second son of Lieut. -General 
Frederic Dayott Atkinson, h. 1858. Football Thirteen, 1872-4. 
Captain. In the Sandhurst Football Team. Joined the Madras 
Staff Corps, 1877. Wing Officer of the 31st Madras Native 
Infantry. 

Atkinson, Stuart Ivor. 1871-4. Son of the Eev. Michael Angelo 
Atkinson. Assistant-Master at St. Peter's School, York. 

Barron, Frank. 1871-3. Son of Francis Barron. 

Barton, Campbell. 1871-3. Son of Joseph Barton. 

Barton, Charles Gerard. 1871-3. Son of Joseph Barton. Z). 1860. 
Joined the 46th Foot, 1881. Now in the Royal Lancashire 
Regiment, 2nd Batt. 

Bassett, Robert Cecil. 1871-3. Eldest son of Robert Goodenough 
Bassett. h. 1856. Solicitor and Commissioner for Oaths. 
Under- Sheriff for the Borough of Southampton, 1884-5. 

Burton, Henry Howard. 1871-3. Second son of John Burton, h. 
1856. Football Thirteen, 1872. Timber-merchant in London. 

Cameron, Allan Gordon. 1870-4. Son of Allan Gordon Cameron. 
Sixth Form, 1873-4. Football Thirteen, 1874. Trin. Coll., 
Oxford. 2nd cl. Mods. B.A. 1881. M.A. 1882. 

Cromie, Charles Francis. 1871-4. Cricket Eleven, 1874. Son of 
Francis Cromie. h. 1858. Joined the 37th Foot (now called 
1st Batt. Hampshire Regiment), 1878. Captain, 1884. 

FiTZROY, Ferdinand. 1871-5. Son of Colonel Ferdinand Fitzroy. 

Settled in Tasmania. 
Fitzroy, Reginald. 1871-4. Son of Colonel Ferdinand Fitzroy. 

Settled in Tasmania. 

FuRLEY, George. 1871-5. Younger son of William Henry Furley. 
h. 1858. Cricket Eleven, 1875. Football Thirteen, 1874. Re- 
sides at Ashford. 

Harris, Barton. ] 871-2. Son of William Henry Harris, d. 1882. 

Harrisson, Arthur. 1871-5. Only son of George Harrisson. h. 
1858. On the Dramatic Stage. Manager and proprietor of a 
theatrical company. Formerly of the Olympic, Gaiety, and 
Surrey Theatres. Author of several adaptations for the Stage, 
" Lady Audley's Secret," "Aurora Floyd," *' Called Back," &c. 
Novi de i^hime, Henry Dundas. 

Harvey, Francis George. 1871-2. Son of James Harvey (of 

Jamaica) . 
Hawkins, John Anthony. 1871-4. 

Hayes, Clarence Henry. 1871-2. Son of Courtney Hayes, h. 1855. 
Joined the Royal Marine Light Infantry, 1874. Now in the 
Bengal Staff Corps. Squadron Officer of the 1st Bengal 
Cavalry. 

Isaacs, Charles Edward. 1871-3. Son of Asher Isaacs. Football 
Thirteen, 1873. In Jamaica. 



154 Tonbridge School a.d. 1871. 

Isaacs, Percy Albert. 1871-3. Son of Asher Isaacs. In Jamaica. 

Lloyd, Herbert Ehys. 1871-5. Son of the Eev. Ehys James Lloyd. 
Cricket Eleveo, 1875. Football Thirteen, 1874. Joined Prince 
Albert's Somerset Light Infantry, 2nd Batt. (formerly called 
the 13th Foot). 

Moore, G. 1871-2. Son of John G. Moore. 

Slade, Sydney. 1871-2. Son of Adolphus Frederick Slade. In 
Australia. 

Tapp, Charles James. 1871-3. Eldest son of Arthur March Tapp. 
h. 1856. Football Thirteen, 1872. A member of the London 
Stock Exchange. 

Veedenbourg, Edric. 1871. 

Wakefield, Henry Eussell. 1871-2. Son of Francis Wakefield. 
Football Thirteen, 1871. Cuddesdon Theol. Coll. Ordained 

1877. Has held the Curacies of St. Peter's, Vauxhall ; Barnes ; 
and the Curacy in charge of Swanscombe, Kent. Since 1883 
Yicar of St. Michael and All Augels, Lower Sydenham. 

Williamson, Eobert Lamsley. 1871-2. Son of James Williamson. 
Cricket Eleven, 1872. Edin. Univ. Entered the Medical 
Profession. Deceased. 

SUMMEB TEEM, 1871. 

Archer, Henry Fairfax. 1871-2. Son of Major Henry Archer. 
Member of Lloyds', London. 

Berkeley, Leopold Wilkinson Fitzhardinge. 1871-8. Eldest son 
of Eegiuald Adolphus Eugene Berkeley, b. 1860. Sixth Form, 

1878. Judd Exhib. St. John's Coll., Camb. Law Exhib. 
Afterwards at Downing Coll., Camb. Left without a degree 
owing to ill-health. Studied Law in Canada, and became a 
Barrister. Practises in Ontario. Author of ** A Synopsis of 
the Laws of the Building Trade in the States and Territories of 
America." 

Capron, Frederick William. 1871-5. (Afterwards at Eugby School.) 
Eldest son of Frederick Lucas Capron. b. 1860. Cricket 
Eleven, 1875. Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1882. A Solicitor in 
London. 

Carnell, Henry. 1871- . Son of George Frederick Carnell (Old 
Tonbridgian). Formerly in the London and Westminster Bank. 

Carr, Andrew Eichardson. 1871-2. Son of the Eev. Henry Carr. 
Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1884. Eesides at Bath. 

Chapman, Frederick Temple. 1871-2. Son of David Chapman. 
Formerly in Methuen's Horse in South Africa. Now gone to 
India as a tea-planter. 

Chapman, Percival Ward. 1871-2. Son of David Chapman. Passed 
an examination in Chemistry. Secretary to a Chemical Manu- 
facturing Company. 



A.D. 1871. Register. 155 

Crow, Frederick Lewis. 1871-5. Son of Frederick George Crow. 

Auctioneer and estate agent, Dorking. 
Ckow, George. 1871-5. Son of Frederick George Crow. Solicitor 

at Maidstone. 
Hogg, James Edward. 1871-6. Eldest son of Edward Hogg. Sixth 

Form, 1875-6. Judd Exhib. Line. Coll., Oxford. 3rd cl. Mods. 

4th cl. Lit. Hum. B.A. 1880. Now with a firm of Solicitors in 

Sydney, New South Wales. 
LocHEE, William Arthur. 1871-4. Youngest son of Alfred Lochee, 

M.D. h. 1858. A Solicitor at Canterbury. 

Maetin, Donald. 1871- . Son of Colonel James Eanald Martin. 
In New Zealand. 

Olivier, Sydney. 1871-7. Second son of the Eev. Henry Arnold 
Olivier. h. 1859. Sixth Form, 1873-7. Head Boy, 1876. 
Judd Exhib. Also Exhibitioner (Proxime accessit for Open 
Scholarship) of Corpus Christi Coll., Oxford. Stroke of the 
College Boat, 1879. 2nd cl. Mods. 2nd cl. Lit. Hum. B.A. 
1883. Entered the Colonial Office, 1882. 1st in Home Civil 
Service Examination. 2nd for the Oxford University Cobden 
Essay Prize, 1883. 

Shakespear, Charles Harry. 1871-5. Son of John Shakespear. 
Formerly in the French army. Now in business in London. 

Smith, George Charles Moore. 1871-7. Eldest son of George Mooret 
Smith, h. 1858. Sixth Form, 1874-7. Head Boy. Judd Exhib. 
Scholar of St. John's Coll., Camb. 1st cl. Class. Trip. B.A. 
1884. 

Stephen, Alfred Consett. 1871-5. Only son of Montague Consett 
Stephen, h. 1857. Sixth Form, 1874-5. New Coll., Oxford. 
2nd cl. Jurisprudence. Now a member of a firm of Solicitors 
at Sydney, New South Wales. 

CHBISTMAS TEEM, 1871. 

Ash, Eichard Francis Herbert. 1871-3. Son of the Eev. Eichard 
Eobert Drummond Ash (Old Tonbridgian) . 

Bartram, Eeginald Henry. 1871-4. Fourth son of Captain William 
Bartram. Brewer at Bridge House, Tonbridge. 

Bartram, William. 1871-4. Third son of Captain William Bartram. 
Mechanical engineer at Tonbridge. 

Collins, Philip Edward. 1871-2. Son of John Collins. 

Crundwell, Ernest. 1871-4. Youngest son of William Thomas 
Crundwell. b. 1858. First in 1st cl. Honours, Clement's Inn 
Prizeman, and Daniel Eeardon Prizeman, in the Final Law 
Examination, 1881, Practises as a Solicitor at Farnham, 
Surrey. 

Gardner, Eichard. 1871-3. Son of William Gardner. 



156 Tonhridge School a.d. 1871. 

Hart, Percival Longcroft. 1871-3. Elder son of Henry Percival 
Hart (Old Toiibridgian) . h. 1857. On leaving school began 
studying for the Law, but was compelled to abandon it on 
account of ill-health. Resides at Lewes. 

Haymen, Egerton Stanley. 1871-2. Son of Henry Haymen. In 

Australia. 
Healey, Cecil. 1871- . Son of Benjamin Healey. 
HiLD, Horace Ayton. 1871-3. (Afterwards at Manchester Grammar 

School.) Third son of John Spencer Hill. h. 1857. Symes 

Scholar of Exeter Coll., Oxford. 2nd cl. Mods. B.A. 1882. 

Ordained 1880. Formerly Curate of Bollington, Cheshire. 

Since 1884 Curate in charge of Tresco, Scilly Isles. 

Hogg, Ernest. 1871-5. Second son of Edward Hogg. In the 
Province of Auckland, New Zealand. 

Jenkins, Joshua Edward. 1871-2. Son of the Rev. Canon Robert 
Charles Jenkins. Died in Australia. 

McIntyee, Alexander. 1871-3. Son of John Mclntyre. In South 
Africa. 

McIntyre, Donald Charles Frederick. 1871-3. Son of John Mcln- 
tyre. h. 1859. Joined the 100th Foot, 1879. Afterwards in 
the 78th Foot. Since 1882 in the Bengal Staff Corps. 

Martin, James Percival. 1871-5. Son of Colonel James Ranald 
Martin. In New Zealand. 

Martin, Theodore George. 1871-4. Son of Colonel James Ranald 
Martin. In New Zealand. 

Maule, Harry Carteret. 1871-7. Eldest son of the Rev. Thomas 
Carteret Maale. h. 1858. Sixth Form, 1876-7. Judd Exhib. 
St. John's Coll., Oxford. 3rd cl. Mods. B.A. 1880. Entered the 
English Civil Service, 1881 (6th in Examination for First Class 
Clerkships). Appointed to Sheerness Dockyard, 1881-5. Then 
transferred to Portsmouth Dockyard, and in 1886 to Bermuda. 

MosER, Arthur Thomas. 1871-3. Younger son of Henry Moser. 

Resides at Kensington. 
MosER, Charles Henry. 1871-3. (Afterwards in Germany) . Elder 

son of Henry Moser. h. 1856. Iron-merchant in London. 

Resides at Sydenham. 
Pears, Stewart D. 1871-4. Son of Arnold Pears. Passed from 

Cooper's Hill Indian Engineering College into the Public 

"Works Department Madras Presidency. 

Reynolds, Edward Stewart. 1871-2. (Afterwards at the Royal 
Institution School, Liverpool). Second son of Jacob Reynolds. 
h. 1858. Emman. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1881. Barrister-at-Law. 
Resides in London. 

Skelding, Harry. 1871-8. Son of Joseph Skelding. Caius Coll., 
Camb. B.A. 1883. Winner of several races in the Cambridge 
Swimming Sports. Studying for the Medical Profession at 
St. Bartholomew's Hospital. 



A.D. 1872. Register. 157 

Skelding, Joseph Deetou. 1871-3. Son of Joseph Skelding. 

Stkachan, Thomas. 1871-3. Son of James Strachan. Cricket 
Eleven, 1872-3. Football Thirteen, 1871-2. Deceased. 

Tewson, Edward Arthur. 1871-3. Son of Edward Tewson. Cricket 
Eleven, 1873. Football Thirteen, 1873. Member of the firm 
of Debenham, Tewson and Co., auctioneers, surveyors, and land 
agents, London. 

Tkacy, Francis William. 1871-4. (Afterwards at Fauconberge School, 
Beccles). Eldest son of the Eev. Frederick Francis Tracy, h. 
1858. Open Exhibitioner, St. John's Coll., Camb. iEgrotat 
Class. Trip. B.A. 1880. M.A. 1885. Ordained 1882. For- 
merly Senior House-Master at King William's College, Isle of 
Man. Afterwards Curate of Bramber with St. Botolph, Sussex. 
Now of Eockwells Preparatory School, Balcombe, Somerset, 
and Curate of Upton Noble. 

Wilkinson, John Du Cane. 1871-3. (Afterwards at Marlborough 
College). Second son of the Eev. Henry Wilkinson, h. 1860. 
Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1882. Articled to a Solicitor. 

Wilkinson, Wilham Henry. 1871-3. (Afterwards at Marlborough 
College). Eldest son of the Eev. Henry Wilkinson, h. 1857. 
Jesus Coh., Camb. 3rd cl. Class. Trip. B.A. 1880. M.A. 
1883. Assistant Master at Salisbury School, 1881-4. Ordained 
1885. Now Curate of St. Mary's, Marlborough. 

Wilson, Leslie. 1871-6. Son of Alexander Wilson. Cricket Eleven, 

1876. Plays in the Kent County Cricket Eleven. A member 
of the London Stock Exchange. 

Wilson, Eobert Steward. 1871-6. Son of Eobert James Wilson, 
M.D. Sixth Form, 1874-6. Cricket Eleven, 1876. Trin. Coll., 
Oxford. 2nd cl. Mods. B.A. 1880. Assistant Master at a School. 

Workman, Arthur William. 1871-2. St. John's Coll., Camb. B.A. 

1877. M.A. 1880. Ordained 1877. Has held the Curacies of 
Waddesdon, Bucks ; Newbury, Berks ; and Esher, Surrey. 
Since 1884 Curate of South Croydon. 

Workman, Eeginald Lathom. 1871-2. Son of William Workman. 

Worth, David Leslie. 1871-2. Second son of John Alger Worth. 

In New Zealand. 
Worth, John Leslie. 1871-2. (Afterwards at a School in Germany, 

of which he was the Champion Eunner and Swimmer). Eldest 

son of John Alger Worth, h. 1857. Member of the firm of 

Dowson and Worth, shipbuilders, at London. 

EASTEB TEEM, 1872. 

Adkin, Henry John. 1872-4. Eldest son of Eobert Whitley Adkin. 
h, 1858. A Solicitor in London. Eesides at Blackheath. 

Arnold, Arthur William. 1872. Second son of George Arnold 
(Old Tonbridgian). Articled to a Solicitor at Hastings. 



158 Tonhridge School a.d. 1872. 

BiED, Edward Trevor. 1872-5. Youngest son of Major Robert 
Wilberforce Bird. h. 1858. Cricket Eleven, 1875. Football 
Tliirteen, 1875. Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1882. M.A. 1884. 
Ordained 1882. Formerly Curate of Bideford, North Devon. 
Now Curate of Keem, Exeter. 

Boyd, Hugh Charles Felix. 1872-3. Son of FeHx Ernest Adolphus 
Boyd. 

Boyd, Percy Wilham Dalwitz. 1872-7. Son of Felix Ernest 
Adolphus Boyd. In Griqualand, South Africa. 

Caley, Herbert Murkin. 1872-4. Eldest (twin) son of Murkin 
Lawrence Caley. h. 1859. Architect and Surveyor. Eesides 
at Tunbridge Wells. 

Caley, Llewellyn Neville. 1872-7. Second (twin) son of Murkin 
Lawrence Caley. h. 1859. Highbury College of Divinity. 
Ordained 1884. Curate of All Saints', Hatcham Park, London. 

Causton, Wallace Cuthbert. 1872-3. Son of James Causton. 
Resides at Forest Hill. 

Eden, Henry Hamilton Forbes. 1872-4. Younger son of Colonel 
Wilham Frederick Eden. Cricket Eleven, 1873-4. Football 
Thirteen, 1872-3. Resides in London. 

Graham, Christopher Colborne. 1872-5. Son of Christopher North 
Graham (Old Tonbridgian) . Sixth Form, 1874-5. Studied 
chemistry at South Kensington. Afterwards worked for two 
years in Professor Frankland's Research Laboratory at 
Kensington. Is now chemist to a firm of Manufacturers at 
Hull. Fellow of the Chemical Society and (by examination) 
of the Institute of Chemistry. « 

Geaham, Tom. 1872-5. Son of Wilham Graham. 

Haymen, Henry. 1872. Son of Henry Haymen. 

Heney, Nicholas Clement. 1872. Son of Nicholas Henry. 

Huntee, Arthur Edward. 1872. Son of Edward Marchant 
Hunter. Left after a short time owing to ill-health. Was 
prepared for College at a private tutor's. Scholar of Jesus 
Coll., Camb. 3rd cl. Class. Trip. B.A. 1880. d. 1882. 

Jacomb-Hood, George Percy. 1872-3. Eldest son of Robert 
Jacomb-Hood. Art Scholar of the Slade School of Art, 
University College, London. Afterwards gained a Travelling 
Scholarship. Has painted, among other pictures, *' St. Simeon 
Stylites,'"' at the Royal Academy, 1879; *'La Cocarde Tricolore," 
at the Royal Academy, 1884. Member of the Society of 
British Artists, and of the New English Art Club. 

Jacomb-Hood, John Wykeham. 1872-5. Second son of Robert 
Jacomb-Hood. h. 1859. Studied Engineering at the Crystal 
Palace Engineering School. Is now a chief engineer on the 
Staff of the London and South Western Railway Company. 

Padwick, Francis Herbert. 1872-3. Son of Frederick Padwick. 
Corpus Christi Coll., Camb. B.A. 1879. M.A. 1883. 



A.D. 1872. Register, 159 

Smith, Edward. 1872-3. Son of Edward Smith. A clerk in the 
Eailway Clearing House, London. 

Smith, Harry Wakelyn. 1872-80. Second son of George Moore 
Smith, h. 1861. Sixth Form, 1877-80. Head Boy. Judd 
Exhib. Scholar of St. John's Coll., Camb. 1st cl. Class. 
Trip. 2nd cl. Mor. Sci. Trip. B.A. 1884. Head Master's 
assistant at Malvern College. 

Thornton, Lewis. 1872-3. Son of the Eev. Wilham Thornton. 
Went to Pemb. Coll., Oxford. Eesides in London. 

Whiting, Percy Fletcher. 1872-5. Studied for a time for the 
Army. Was afterwards with a Solicitor. Now resides at 
Devonport. 

Williamson, Cyril Venn Wilton. 1872- . Son of Octavius 
Williamson. h. 1858. Entered the Eoyal Marines, 1876. 
Was transferred to the Bengal Staff Corps, 1880. Now an 
officiating Assistant Commissary General, at Fort William, 
Calcutta. 

SUMMEB TEEM, 1872. 

Archer, Bahol. 1872-4. Son of Major Wilham Archer. Li the 
Eoyal Fhnt Militia. 

Archer, James Douglas. 1872-5. Son of Major Wilham Archer. 
In the 1st Warwick Militia. 

FiTZMAURicE, Eobert_ Bruce. 1872-3. (Afterwards at Mr. Fowler's, 
Tunbridge Wells.) Eldest son of Colonel Gamaliel Fitzmaurice. 
b. 1857. Ship and insurance broker in London. 

GooDE, Minton. 1872-4. Eldest son of William James Goode. b. 
1858. China manufacturer. Eesides at Hampstead Heath. 

Gray, Herbert. 1872-6. Fifth surviving son of Owen Gray. b. 
1861. In the Law Fire Insurance Society, London. 

Gray, Octavius. 1872-6. Son of Owen Gray. Eesides at Tonbridge. 
Engineer. 

HiLLYER, Wilham Herbert. 1872-9. Son of William Thomas 
Hillyer. Studying for the Medical Profession at one of the 
London hospitals. 

Holland, Alfred. 1872-5. (Afterwards at Brighton College). 
Youngest son of Frederick Holland, b. 1859. Christ Church 
Coll., Oxford. B.A. 1884. Eesides at Bedford Park, London. 

Johnson, Gifford Henry. 1872-3. (Afterwards at Dover College). 
Only son of Henry Johnson, b. 1859. Merton Coll., Oxford. 
3rd cl. Theol. B.A. 1885. Eeading for ordination at Wycliffe 
Hall, Oxford. 

Lewis, Thomas Noyes. 1872-4. Son of Thomas Noyes Lewis. 

MoRLEY, Francis Walter. 1872-3. Son of the Eev. George Morley. 
Wadh. Coll., Oxford. B.A. 1882. 



160 Tonhridge School a.d. 1872. 

Newington, Philip Cator. 1872. Son of Philip Plaisted Newington. 

Pattinson, John Shield. 1872-3. Son of Hugh Lee Pattinson. 
Football Thirteen, 1872. In Canada. 

EoPER, John Charles. 1872-7. Son of John Wilham Eoper. 
Sixth Form, 1875-7. Smythe Exhib. Scholar of Keble Coll., 
Oxford. 3rd cl. Theol. B.A. 1881. M.A. 1884. Ellerton 
Theological Essay, 1885. Ordained 1882. Formerly Curate of 
Hurstmonceux, Sussex; then Chaplain of Brasenose Coll., 
Oxford. Now Keble Professor of Divinity at Trinity College, 
Toronto, Canada. 

Steed, Harry Edward. 1872-6. Eldest son of Henry Steed, h. 
1861. Cricket Eleven, 1876. Entered the Civil Service 
(H.M. Office of Works), 1881. Resides at Balham. 

Stuegess, Archibald Thomas. 1872-5. Eldest son of Thomas 
Sturgess. h. 1857. Cricket Eleven, 1875. An engineer, now 
in Cyprus. 

Tattersall, John Fountain. 1872-5. Eldest son of John Tatter- 
sall. h. 1857. Wine merchant in the City of London. Eesides 
at Bickley, Kent. 

Wadmore, Beauchamp. 1872-80. Third son of James Foster 
Wadmore (Old Tonbridgian) . h. 1861. At Christ Church Coll,, 
Oxford, and afterwards at New Inn Hall. Architect in London. 
Resides at Tonbridge. 

Wilson, Allan Campbell. 1872- . Son of Thomas Wilson. 

Wilson, Thomas. 1872- . Son of Thomas Wilson. 

CHRISTMAS TEEM, 1872. 

Baekworth, Henry Smith. 1872-4. Son of Joseph Charles Bark- 
worth. Studying for the Medical Profession at St. George's 
Hospital, London. 

Beaumont, William Rigdon. 1872-4. Son of Thomas Beaumont. 
In the Mercantile Marine. At present in the steamer ''Patrick 
Stetvart," of Kurrachee, India. 

Berkeley, Reginald William Fitzhardinge. 1872-5. Second son of 
Reginald Adolphus Eugene Berkeley. Prevented by his health 
from entering any profession. Resides at Notting Hill, 
London. 

Beekeley, Vincent Fitzhardinge. 1872-6. Son of Lionel Berkeley. 

BiDWELL, Henry Ambrose. 1872-5. Elder son of Edward Bidwell. 
Resides at East Peckham, near Tonbridge. 

CouLSON, Ernest Sydney. 1872-4. Eldest son of Horatio Sydney 
Coulson. Admitted a Solicitor, 1880. Practises in the City 
of London, and at Croydon. 

Crawfurd, Charles Hubert Payne. 1872-8. Third son of the 
Rev. Charles Walter Payne Crawfurd. b. 1860. Sixth Form, 



A.D. 1872. Register. 161 

1877-8. Smvthe Exhib. Football Fifteen, 1878. Corpus 
Christi Coll., Oxford. 3rd cl. Mods. B.A. 1882. M.A. 1885. 
A Solicitor in London. 

Ceoss, Ernest Edmond, 1872-4. Eldest son of Thomas John 
Cross, d. 1881. 

Ckoss, Frederick Edmond. 1872-80. Second (eldest sm^viving) son 
of Thomas John Cross. Sixth Form, 1880. Football Fifteen, 
1880. Besides at Dulwich. 

Dann, Henry Churnside Beaumont. 1872-3. Son of Henry Talbot 
Churnside Dann. Entered the 2nd West India Eegiment, 1883. 

Day, Horace Francis. 1872-7. (Afterwards at Spa, Belgium, for 
two years.) Eldest son of Horace Day, M.D. Admitted a 
Solicitor. 

Elin, Ernest Bloxam Constantine. 1872-3. Son of Frederick Elin. 
In business in London. 

Fagan, Arthur Maurice. 1872-4. Fourth son of the Eev. Henry 
Stuart Fagan. h. 1858. Civil engineer in the Public Works 
Department, India. 

Foley, Arthur Paul. 1872-8. Son of Edward Foley. Sixth Form, 
1877-8. Judd Exhib. New Coll., Oxford. 4th cl. Hist. B.A. 

1882. 

Feeeman, Eussell George. Fourth son of Joseph Freeman, h. 1862. 
Besides in London. 

Gill, Cecil Hope. 1872-7. Eldest surviving son of the Eev. 
William Gill. h. 1859. Sixth Form, 1876-7. Eustat Scholar 
of Jesus Coll., Camb. 3rd cl. Class. Trip. B.A. 1882. 
Ordained 1882. Curate of St. George's, Douglas, Isle of Man, 
1882-6. Curate of St. Mary Abbots, Kensington, 1886. 

Gill, Wilham Hope. 1872-3. Eldest son of the Eev. Wilham 
Gill. h. 1856. Killed by a fall from a rock at Santon, Isle of 
Man, in the Midsummer Holidays, 1873. 

GiPPS, Henry Falcon. 1872-8. Eldest son of Walter Gipps (Old 
Tonbridgian). h. 1859. St. John's Coll., Camb. B.A. 1882. 
Ordained 1883. Formerly Curate of Thornhill Lees, Yorkshire. 
Since 1885 Curate of Barnes, Surrey. 

Hathorne, James Kemp. 1872- . Son of James George Hathorne. 
Deceased. 

Hawkins, Francis Stanhope. 1872-9. Son of the Eev. Eobert 
Hawkins. Sixth Form, 1878-9. Oriel Coll., Oxford. B.A. 1882. 
Medical Student at Guy's Hospital, London. 

Heevey, Charles Henry Augustus. 1872-5. Eldest son of Lord 
Augustus Hervey. h. 1862. Entered the Eoyal Artillery, 1881. 
Eoyal Horse Artillery, 1884. 

Hervey, Frederick Wilham Fane. 1872-5. Second son of Lord 
Augustus Hervey. 6. 1863. Entered the Eoyal Navy, 1877. 
Lieutenant 1883. 



162 Tonhridge School a.d. 1872. 

Jenkins, Frederick Charles. 1872-5. Son of the Eev. Canon Eobert 
Jenkins. Formerly a mining engineer in New South Wales, cl. 
cir. 1884. 

Jones, Gatty. 1872-3. Second son of WilHam Halse Gatty Jones. 
h. 1859. Abroad at present. 

KiEBY, Charles Murdoch. 1872-4. Son of the Eev. Henry Murdoch 
Kirby. In Canada. 

Parker, Arthur Gordon. 1872-7. Third son of Col. WilHam Parker. 
6. 1859. Sixth Form, 1875-7. Cricket Eleven, 1876-7. Foot- 
ball Fifteen, 1877. Scholar of Jesus Coll., Camb. 3rd cl. Class. 
Trip. B.A. 1882. In the College Eugby Football Team, 1880-2, 
and Cricket Eleven, 1881. Assistant Master at Twyford School, 
Winchester, Hants, since 1883. 

Eepton, Frederick Wilham. 1872-6. Son of Herbert Eepton. h. 
1860. Cricket Eleven, 1876. Football Thirteen, 1874-6. 
Joined the 100th Foot, 1879. Bengal Staff Corps, 1882. 
Attached to the 28th Bengal Native Infantry. 

Eepton, Herbert Watkiss. 1872-5. Son of Herbert Eepton. 
Cricket Eleven, 1875. Went to Canada. 

Eigden, John Lambe. 1872-5. Third son of Eichard Henry 
Eigden. h. 1858. Exhibitioner of King's College, London 
(iipplied Science Department). Civil engineer. Associate 
Member of the Institution of Civil Engineers, London, and 
Sworn Government Surveyor. Employed on the Natal Govern- 
ment Eailways from 1878 to 1886. 

Shaw, John Stanley. 1872-5. Son of John Shaw. (Afterwards at 
Eugby School.) Now in America. 

Stow, Charles Lethbridge. 1872-4. Son of Tom Stow. Mem. 
Eoy. Coll. Surg. At present surgeon on one of the Peninsular 
and Oriental Company's steamers. 

Stow, Herbert Montague. 1872- . Son of Tom Stow. Settled in 
Manitoba. 

Sturgess, John Moore. 1872-7. Son of Thomas Sturgess. Cricket 
Eleven, 1875-7. Captain. Football Thirteen, 1874-6. Captain. 
Solicitor. Eesides at Penshurst. 

Wadmore, Clyde Foster. 1872-9. Fourth and youngest son of 
James Foster Wadmore. h. 1853. Planter in Ceylon. 

Wilkinson, Henry Lionel Smyth. 1872- . Son of William 
Wilkinson. 

WiNTLE, James Pitt. 1872-3. Son of Colonel Edward Wintle. 
Cricket Eleven, 1873. Went to India and died there in 1879. 

EASTEB TEEM, 1873. 

Berkeley, Michael Lionel Fitzhardinge. 1872-6. Son of Lionel 
Berkeley. 



A.D. 1873. Register. 163 

Elin, Harry Edgar. 1873. Son of Frederick Elin. 

Fletcher, Alfred Leigh. 1873-7. Second son of James Pearson 
FJ etcher, b. 1859. Eesiding in the Cape Colony. 

Fletcher, Henry James. 1873-7. Third son of James Pearson 
Fletcher. 6. 1860. Edinburgh University, M.B., 1882. Passed 
(2nd in open competitive examination) for the Medical Staff of 
Her Majesty's Army, 1885. At present serving in India. 

Graham, Norman Child. 1873-5. Son of Christopher North 
Graham, h. 1859. In business in London. 

Hawkins, George Arthur. 1873-9. Son of Major James Hawkins. 
6. 1859. Cricket Eleven, 1879. Entered the 71st Highland 
Light Infantry. Now in the 65th Eegiment. Lieutenant. 

Hawkins, James Hannen. 1873- . Son of Major James Hawkins. 
h. 1861. In the 99th Eegiment. 

Hebbeet, Ernest George. 1873-4. Younger son of Colonel William 
George Hebbert,E.E. 6.1859. Pemb. Coll., Camb. B. A. 1881. 
Civil engineer. At present employed in India. 

Holmes, Eeginald Hummer. 1873. 

IsARD, Arthur James. 1873. (Afterwards at Ley's School, Cam- 
bridge.) Second son of Joseph Isard. h. 1859. A Solicitor in 
London. 

Leaeoyd, Digby Johnson. 1873- . Son of Nehemiah Learoyd. h. 
1863. At St. John's Hall, Highbury, London. 

LuMB, John. 1873-5. Son of Charles Lumb. 6. 1858. Eailway 
engineer and contractor at Buenos Ayres. 

Meecee, Walter Douglas. 1873-5. Son of Isaac Mercer, h. 1857. 
In Canada. 

Peoctoe, Wilham Edward. 1873-5. Son of WilHam Proctor, h. 
1862. Eesides at North Shields. 

Eatteay, Hugh Money. 1873-5. Son of Thomas Eattray. h. 1863. 
Eesides in Essex. 

Wilson, Cecil. 1873-9. Son of Alexander Wilson. Sixth Form, 
1879. Cricket Eleven, 1877-9. Captain. Jesus Coll., Camb. 
B.A. 1883. M.A. 1886. Plays in the Kent County Cricket 
Eleven. Eeading for Holy Orders.. 

Wotton, John. 1873-4. Son of Thomas Wotton. Cricket Eleven, 
1873-4. A brewer at Isleworth, Middlesex. 

SUMMEB TEEM, 1873. 

Beaumont, Henry Lister. 1873-4. Son of Thomas Beaumont. 
Moving about in the East. Head-quarters, Kurrachee. 

BiDWELL, Edward Blaxland Holden. 1873- . Younger son of 
Edward Bidwell. b. 1860. Was learning brewing in Essex 
when he died, 1886. 

m2 



164 Tollbridge School a.d. 1873. 

Caepmael, Alfred. 1873-4. (Afterwards at Dulwich College.) 
Eldest son of Alfred Carpmael. b. 1861. St. John's Coll., 
Camb. B.A. 1883. 

CoLLEDGE, Lesley Eobert. 1873-6. Son of William Brewster 
Colledge. b. 1858. Football Thirteen, 1874-5. Entered the 
Army Medical Service, 1884. Now stationed at Barbadoes. 

CouLsoN, Horace Luke. 1873-5. Second son of Horatio Sydney 
Coalson. b. 1859. In the London and Brazilian Bank, Limited. 
Now stationed at Pernambuco, Brazil. 

Delves, Charles Frederick. 1873-7. Son of Joseph Delves, b. 

1861. 
Delves, Percy John. 1873-7. Son of Joseph Delves, b. 1865. 

Edwakds, Herbert. 1873. Son of Allen Thomas Edwards, b. 1856. 

Field, Frank. 1873-6. Fourth son of Benjamin Field, b. 1858. 
Cricket Eleven, 1875-6. Captain. Football Thirteen, 1875. 
Colonial broker in Mincing Lane, London. Besides at Streatham 
Park. 

Fox, Stanley Charles. 1873-7. Youngest son of Thomas Samuel 
Fox. 5. 1860. cl. 1877. 

GoEHAM, Percival. 1873- . Youngest son of John Gorham (Old 
Tonbridgian.) b. 1862. Li India. 

Haeding, William Joseph. 1873-8. Son of John Harding, b. 
1860. Sixth Form, 1876-8. Scholar of Sid. Suss. Coll., Camb. 
2nd cl. Class. Trip. B.A. 1882. Formerly an Assistant Master 
at Sutton Valence School. Now at the College Hall, Brecon. 

Mills, Charles. 1873-5. Eldest son of Charles Samuel Mills, b. 
1857. Shipbroker (Chartering) in London. Besides at Streatham. 

Neall, Douglas Fearne. 1873-4. Son of John Sugden Neall. 
Travelling about the world. 

Peake, Thomas Pendrill. 1873-9. Third son of Bobert WilHam 
Peake (Old Tonbridgian). b. 1861. Sixth Form, 1879. Passed 
Examination for Indian Forest Department (1th on list), 1881. 
Studied at the French School of Forestry at Nancy, and was 
posted in 1881 to the South Canara District, Madras Presidency. 
Has since passed examinations in the Canarese Language, 
Forest Law, &c. 

SiNCLAiE, Herbert Phillips Tofft. 1873-8. Second son of George 
Arthur Sinclair, b. 1858. Football Thirteen, 1876-7. ^ Studied 
for the Medical Profession at St. Bartholomew's Hospital, and 
at Edinburgh Infirmary. Lie. Boy. Coll. Surg, and Phys. 

Smith, Edward Hawker. 1873. Second son of Major-General 
Walter Henry Smith, b. 1862. Has been in the Province of 
Ontario, Canada, since 1883. 

Smith, Henry Dolling. 1873-6. Eldest son of Major-General 
Walter Henry Smith, b. 1858. SoHcitor in London. 



A.D. 1873. Register. 165 

Sylvester, Charles Frederick. 1873-8. Second son of Samuel 
Augustus Sylvester. h. 1859. Sixth Form, 1875-8. Judd 
Exhib. Also an Exhibitioner of Christ Church Coll., Oxford. 
Eowed in the College Boat. 2nd cl. Mods. 3rd cl. Lit. Hum. 
B.A. 1882. M.A. 1885. Formerly Assistant Master at Ton- 
bridge Castle Preparatory School. Now Head Master of St. 
George's School, Brampton, Huntingdon. 

Sylvester, Edward Arthur. 1873-6. (Afterwards on H.M. Training 
Ship Worcester, where he obtained the silver medal for general 
good conduct.) Fourth son of Samuel Augustus Sylvester, h. 
1863. Third officer in the Orient Line of steamers to Australia. 

Sylvester, Henry Johnson. 1873-7. Third son of Samuel Augustus 
Sylvester, h. 1861. Engineer in India. 

Tapp, Alfred Horace. 1873-81. (xVfterwards at Westminster and 
King's College Schools.) Youngest son of Arthur March Tapp. 
h. 1863. Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. Now studying " the science 
of smelting " at the Eoyal Saxon School of Mines at Freiberg, 
Saxony. 

Tapp, Arthur. 1873-6. Second son of Arthur March Tapp. b. 1858. 
Football Thirteen, 1876. Obtained a Scholarship at the Eoyal 
Agricultural College, Cirencester. Surveyor and estate manager. 
Has frequently been appointed to carry out large surveys and 
report on the values of virgin land in America. 

Turner, Nathaniel Henry. 1873-4. Second son of Frederick 
Turner, h. 1861. Lie. Eoy. Coll. Phys., and Mem. Eoy. Coll. 
Surg. Formerly House Surgeon at King's College Hospital, 
and now House Physician to the Eoyal Free Hospital, London. 

CHBISTMAS TEEM, 1873. 

Ashpitel, Arthur Edward. 1873-6. Son of the Eev. Francis 
Ashpitel. b. 1859. Football Thirteen, 1876. Residing at 
Lancaster House, Savoy, London. 

Ayerst, WiUiam. 1873-9. Eldest son of the Eev. William Ayerst. 
b. 1860. Sixth Form, 1878-9. Smythe Exhib. Scholar of 
Corpus Christi Coll., Camb., and Goldsmiths' Exhibitioner. 
Math. Trip. B.A. 1883. Joined the Prince of Wales's North 
Staffordshire (formerly the 98th) Eegiment, 1884. Since June, 
1885, a probationer of the Bombay Staff Corps. 

Barber, Frederick Wayne. 1873-5. (Afterwards at Bedford Modern 
School.) Third son of the Eev. Eichard Barber, b. 1861. 
Served in the 3rd Batt. (Militia) of the Bedfordshire (formerly 
16th) Eegiment. Has since entered the profession of a Solicitor. 

Berncastel, Julius Eobert Charles. 1873-8. Eldest son of JuHus 
Berncastel (Assistant Master at Tonbridge School), b. 1863, 

Burton, Stewart. 1873-6. Second son of Samuel Warren Burton. 
b. 1858. Has been employed since 1884 by the African Inter- 
national Association on the Congo, South- West Coast of Africa. 



166 Tonhridge School a.d. 1873. 

CoLLEDGE, Arthur John. 1873-9. Son of John Colledge. b. 1863. 
Farming in Iowa, United States of America. 

CowiE, Marcus Beresford. 1878-6. (Afterwards at Eepton School.) 
Second son of David Cowie. b. 1863. Orange-grower and real 
estate agent in Florida. 

CowiB, William Henry. 1873-5. (Afterwards at the Eoyal Agricul- 
tural College, Cirencester.) Eldest son of David Cowie. b. 
1857. Attorney of Sugar Estates in Antigua, West Indies. 

Crookes, James Frank. 1873-7. Youngest son of John Farrar 
Crookes. b. 1858. Farming near Sittingbourne. 

Egerton, Walter. 1873-5. b. 1858. Entered the Straits Settle- 
ments Civil Service, 1880. Is now a Justice of the Peace for 
the Straits Settlements, a Visiting Justice for Penang, and holds 
various other offices. 

Ellam, Benjamin John. 1873-5. Son of Benjamin Ellam. b. 
1859. In business in Ijondon. 

Ellam, Ernest Harry. 1873-6. Son of Benjamin Ellam. b. 1861. 

Gray, Francis. 1873-7. Son of Owen Gray. b. 1864. In the 
East Kent Brewery at Sandwich. 

Gregson, Herbert Boys. 1873-6. Son of Jesse Gregson. b. 1863. 
A marine engineer. Gained a Whitworth Scholarship in 1885. 

Irving-Noble, Neville. 1873-4. Son of William Irving-Noble. 
Joined the 28th (Gloucestershire) Eegiment, 1878. Now Wing 
Officer of the 17th Madras Native Infantry. 

Ker, Charles William Kenneth. 1873-8. Second son of John 
Edgar Ker. b. 1864. Afterwards on H.M. Training Ship 
Worcester. Now Fourth Officer of the Gleneagle. 

Ker, John James. 1873-8. Eldest son of John Edgar Ker. b. 

1862. King's Coll., London. Left England in 1881 for San 

Paulo, Brazil, where he is now engaged in the Engineers' 

Department of the San Paulo Eailway Company. 
Marzetti, Claude. 1873-8. Son of Eobert Burt Marzetti. b. 1860. 

Cricket Eleven, 1877-8. Member of the London Stock Exchange. 
Miller, Eobert Mortimer. 1873-5. Son of Eobert Maplestone 

Miller, b. 1859. Eesides at Ipswich. 
MoFFATT, WilHam Eowan. 1873-4. Son of Kenneth Moffatt. b. 

1856. At Toronto, Canada. 
PoLEHAMPTON, Charles Arthur. 1873-6. (Afterwards at Oundle 

School.) Son of the Eev. Thomas Stedman Polehampton. b. 1864. 
Eay, Martin Nicholas. 1873. (Only one term at Tonbridge.) Son 

of Martin Eay. b. 1859. 
Sturgess, Thomas. 1873-9. Son of Thomas Sturgess. b. 1862. 

In Cyi^rus. 
Theobald, Charles Henry Gordon Eyre. 1873-7. Son of Charles 

Theobald, b. 1860. Sixth Form, 1877. Cricket Eleven, 1876-7. 

Football Fifteen, 1874-7. Captain. In the Chief Cashier's 

Office of the Bank of England. 



A.D. 1874. Register, 167 

TuENEE, Arthur. 1873-4. Son of Henry Turner, h. 1858. 
Verrall, William Percy. 1873-5. Eldest son of Francis Verrall. 

6. 1858. Besides at Lewes. 
Weigall, George Edward. 1873-4. Son of Edward Mitford 

Weigall. 6. 1860. Joined the Eoyal Artillery, 1880. 
Westbrook, Ernest. 1873-5. Son of Thomas Westbrook. h. 1858. 

Football Fifteen, 1875. Lie. Eoy. Coll. Phys. and Surg. Edin. 

1883. Senior Eesident Surgeon of the Poplar Hospital, London. 

EASTER TEBM, 1874. 

Ayerst, George Haughton. 1874-80. Second son of the Eev. 
WiUiam Ayerst. h. 1863. Sixth Form, 1880. Smythe Exhib. 
Sid. Suss. Coll., Camb. 3rd cl. Class Trip. B.A. 1885. 

Bryant, James Frank. 1874-81. Third son of William John 
Daniel Bryant (Assistant Master at Tonbridge School), b. 
1863. Sixth Form, 1879-81. A promising scholar, d. 1881. 

CoRBETT, Walter. 1874-9. Son of Edward William Corbett. 
Cricket Eleven, 1877-9. Football Fifteen, 1877-8. Farming in 
Iowa, United States of America. 

CousENS, Frederick Septimus. 1874-5. Seventh son of Eichard 
Thomas Cousens. h. 1860. Died of consumption, 1884. 

Cruickshank, Alfred Hamilton. 1874-5. (At Winchester College 
from 1875 to 1881.) Son of George Cruickshank. h. 1862. 
Scholar and now Fellow^ of New Coll., Oxford. 1st cl. Mods. 
1st cl. Lit. Hum. Hertford Scholar. B.A. 1885. 

Ellis, Oliver Leslie. 1874-8. Third son of Joseph Elhs. h. 1861. 
After some years in business in England, went out to a cattle 
ranche in Texas, where he is still. 

Ellis, Ealph Staples. 1874-7. Youngest son of Joseph Ellis, h. 
1863. Estate agent and surve3^or. Passed the Examination 
for admittance as a Member of the Surveyors' Institution, 1886. 
Eesides at Guildford. 

FiTZROY, George William. 1874. Son of Colonel Ferdinand Fitzroy. 
b. 1861. Settled in Tasmania. 

Laurie, John Charles. 1874- . Son of John Laurie. 

LoNEY, Sidney Luxton. 1874-8. Eldest son of Solomon Loney. 
b. 1860. Sixth Form, 1876-8. Head Boy. Smythe Exhib. 
Scholar and now Fellow of Sid. Suss. Coll., Camb. 3rd 
Wrangler. Math. Trip. B.A. 1882. Appointed a Mathematical 
Moderator at Cambridge. 

MuDD, Barrington Wilham. 1874-7. Eldest son of Barrington 
Eichard Mudd. b. 1860. Marischal College, Aberdeen. 

Eoss, Douglas. 1874-5. Son of Eichard Bedford Eoss. b. 1860. 

Tapp, Nicholas. 1874-6. Third son of Arthur March Tapp. h. 
1858. Entered the firm of Tapp and Bird, accountants, West- 
minster, 1880. Member of the Institute of Chartered Ac- 
countants. Honorary Auditor to the Old Tonbridgians' Society. 



168 Tonbridge School a.d. 1874. 

Walkond, Eobert Bruce. 1874-5. Son of Thomas Augustus 

Walrond. b. 1858. 
West, Arthur Charles Sackville. 1874-5. Son of Arthur Eobert 

West. b. 1863. 

SUMMER TEEM, 1874. 

Beown, Harold Alexander. 1874-8. (Afterwards at Harrow School.) 
Eldest son of John Brown, b. 1865. Exeter Coll., Oxford. 

Davis, Walter Goodwin. 1874-5. Son of Benjamin Goodwin Davis 

(Old Tonbridgian). 
FoESTER, Charles Murray Vincent. 1874-6. Son of Henry Forster. 

b. 1861. In the Sandwich Islands. 

Forster, Henry James. 1874-5. Son of Henry Forster. b. 1859. 
Joined the 15th Foot, 1879. Afterwards in the East Yorkshire 
Kegiment. Now a Lieutenant in the Bombay Staff Corps. 
Attached to the 7th Bombay Light Cavalry. 

Gale, Arthur Stanley. 1874-6. Son of Frederick Gale. 6. 1861. 
In Iowa, United States of America. 

Hall, Arthur Lambert. 1874-9. Fourth son of Colonel Edward 
Hall, b. 1862. Sergeant in the Cape Border Mounted Police, 
South Africa. 

Hansell, Edward Morgan. 1874-9. Son of Peter Morgan Hansell. 
b. 1862. Has passed all the examinations, and will shortly 
be admitted a Solicitor. Intends to practise in Norfolk. 

Hervey, Walter John. 1874-5. (Afterwards at Brighton College.) 
Third son of Lord Augustus Hervey. b. 1865. 

Hill, WiUiam John Carne. 1874-6. Son of WilHam John Hill. 

b. 1859. A Solicitor in London. 
Hughes, Thomas Ehys. 1874-9. Eldest son of Thomas Hughes. 

b. 1861. Eesides in London. 

MuRTON, Walter Herbert. 1874-9. Eldest son of Walter Murton 
(Old Tonbridgian). b. 1861. Sixth Form, 1879. Football 
Fifteen, 1879. Solicitor in Bloomsbury Square, London. 

EoPER, Herbert. 1874-6. Youngest son of John Wilham Eoper. 
b. 1860. With an underwriter at Lloyds', London, since 1878. 

Taylor, William Henry. 1874-5. Son of John Bagshaw Taylor. 

b. 1860. 
Thompson, John Pickering. 1874-5. Son of John Henry Thompson. 

b. 1861. In America. 
WiLKS, George Stringer, 1874-8. (Afterwards at King's College 

School.) Son of George Wilks. b, 1862. A Solicitor at Hythe, 

Kent. 

CHBISTMAS TERM, 1874. 

Brodie, Frederick Lennox. 1874-6. Son of James Church Brodie. 
b. 1859. Farming in the Lowlands of Scotland. 



A.D. 1874. . Register, 169 

Bryden, Arthur Sydney. 1874- . Son of William Bryden. h. 1862. 
In business in London. 

Bryden, Thomas Eadford. 1874-6. Son of William Bryden. h. 
1858. Football Fifteen, 1875. Winner of the Points Cup at 
the Athletic Sports, 1877. In business in London. 

Butler, Harold. 1874- . Son of Wilham Butler, h. 1862. Besides 
at Belvedere, Erith, Kent. 

Campion, Hubert Craigie. 1874-81. Eldest son of Admiral Hubert 
Campion, C.B. Sixth Form, 1877-9. Smythe Exhib. Scholar 
of Keble Coll., Oxford. 1st cl. Mods. Died at Oxford, 1883. 

Cazalet, Charles Harvey Heinrich. 1874-5. Son of Wilham W. 
Cazalet. h. 1858. Architect. 

Collins, Henry Anthony. 1874-82. Eldest son of Wilham Anthony 
ColHns, Q.C. h. 1864. Sixth Form, 1881-2. In the tea trade 
in London. Besides at Tonbridge. 

Cooke, Frank Herbert. 1874-7. Son of Francis Cooke, h. 1862. 
In Nev7 Zealand. 

Cousins, Walter James. 1874-80. Son of Stephen Cousins (Old 
Tonbridgian). h. 1862. Sixth Form, 1879-80. Judd and Fisher 
Exhibs. Football Fifteen, 1880. Brasenose Coll., Oxford. B.A. 
1883. Assistant Master at St. Andrew's Meads, Eastbourne. 

Dickson, Frederick Joseph. 1874-80. Sixth son of Thomas Briggs 
Dickson, h. 1862. Football Fifteen, 1878-9. Captain of the 
Grasshoppers' Football Club, Preston, Lancashire. Land and 
Mine Surveyor. 

Dickson, John William. 1874-9. Fifth son of Thomas Briggs 
Dickson, h. 1860. Football Fifteen, 1876-8. Winner of the 
Athletic Points Cup, 1878. Gatford Scholar of Jesus Coll., 
Camb. B.A. 1884. Bowed in his College Boat (Head of the 
Biver and winner of Grand Challenge Cup at Henley Begatta, 
1884-5). In the University Bugby Football Team, 1881. 
Studying at Cambridge for the Medical Profession. 

Elgar, John. 1874-7. Son of Edward Elgar. h. 1862. Farmer 
in Hampshire. 

Foley, George Loftus. 1874-9. Son of Edward Foley, h. 1861. 

Gale, Goddard Frederick. 1874-5. Son of Frederick Gale. h. 
1857. In Manitoba, Canada. 

Hall, Francis George. 1874-6. Third son of Colonel Edward 
Hall. h. 1860. After four years in the Bank of England went 
to South Africa. Served in the Kaffir War, 1880-1, and with 
the Bechuanaland Field Force, 1885. For some time Assistant 
Master at the Public School of Dordrecht, South Africa. Now 
farming in Griqualand East. 

HiLLiARD, Frederick Wilham. 1874- . Son of the Bev. John 
Crozier Hilliard. h. 1860. Jesus Coll., Camb. Besiding at 
Howe Head, Coniston. 



170 Tonhridge School a.d. 1874. 

Hope, Charles William Webley. 1874-5. (Afterwards at Manna- 
meade School, Plymouth.) Eldest son of Admiral Charles 
Webley Hope. h. 1864. Ball. Coll., Oxford. Entered the 
Indian Civil Service, 1885. 

Kempt, Francis John. 1874-6. Son of Francis Seaton Kempt, h. 
1860. In the Colonies. 

Murray, Wilham Alfred. 1874-81. Son of Ivon Murray, h. 1863. 
Sixth Form, 1880-1. Judd Exhib. Football Fifteen, 1880. 
Scholar of Queens' Coll., Camb. Sen. Opt. Math. Trip. B.A. 

1884. Studying Medicine at St. Bartholomew's Hospital, where 
he holds the Jeaffreson Exhibition. 

Norman, Wilham Bathurst. 1874- . Son of George Lewis Norman. 

6. 1860. Exeter Coll., Oxford. B.A. 1883. 
Pearson, William Carter. 1874-7. Eldest son of the Eev. Henry 

Pearson, h. 1859. Clare Coll., Camb. B.A. 1881. Cuddesdon 

Theol. Coll., 1881-2. Ordained in 1882 to the Curacy of Syston, 

Leicestershire. 
Philson, Samuel Cowell. 1874-8. Eldest son of WiUiam Philson, 

M.D. Mem. Eoy. Coll. Surg., Eng., &c. Army Medical Staff, 

1885. Now in India. 

Plarr, Victor Gustave. 1874-82. Only son of Dr. Gustave Plarr. 

h. 1863. Sixth Form, 1881-2. Judd and Smythe Exhibs. 

Wore. Coll., Oxford. 2nd cl. Mod. Hist. 
Simpson, Alfred Thomas. 1874-6. Eldest son of Thomas Fox 

Simpson, h. 1859. Second Class Honours in the Final Law 

Examination, 1881. A Solicitor at Tunbridge Wells. 
Solomon, Harry Stewart. 1874-6. Son of Henry Solomon, h. 

1861. 
Solomon, Sidney. 1874-7. Son of Henry Solomon, h. 1863. 
Tetley, Joseph. 1874-5. Second son of Thomas Wilkinson Tetley. 

6. 1859. In the office of a merchant and shipowner at 

Liverpool. 
Tetley, William Eimington. 1874-5. Third son of Thomas 

Wilkinson Tetley. h. 1860. x\fter some time in an office at 

Liverpool he went to Texas, where he is now assistant manager 

of a large ranche. 
Thoroton, Thomas Rice. 1874-6. (Afterwards at Cheltenham 

College.) Eldest son of Levett Edward Thoroton. h. 1861. 

Farming in Australia. 
ToNGE, William Corrie. 1874. (x^fterwards at Cheltenham College.) 

Eldest son of Wilham John Tonge. h. 1862. Joined the 

Norfolk Eegiment (formerly the 9th Foot), 1882. 
Turner, Thomas Spencer. 1874-6. Son of Henry Turner, h. 

1860. 
Welldon, Charles Edward. 1874-9. Second (twin) son of the Eev. 

Edward Ind Welldon (formerly Second Master of Tonbridge 



A.D. 1875. Register. 171 

School). 5.1861. Sixth Form, 1878-9. Jndd Exhib. Keble Coll., 
Oxford. 4th cl. Theol. B.A. 1883. Ordamed 1884. Curate 
of St. Giles's, Northampton. 

Werner, Edward Theodore Chalmers. 1874-82. Third and youngest 
son of Joseph Werner. 6. 1864. Passed a competitive exami- 
nation at London University for a Student Interpretership in 
China, Japan, and Siam, 1884. Appointed to H.M. Consular 
Service in China. Stationed at Pekin. 

Werner, John Eeinhardt. 1874-9. Second son of Joseph Werner. 
h. 1862. Formerly an engineer in the Peninsular and Oriental 
Company's service. Went out in the Spring of 1886 as an 
engineer to the Independent State of the Congo, Africa. 

EASTEB TEEM, 1875. 

Anderson, Wilham. 1875. Son of James Anderson, h. 1860. 

Bedingfeld, Fleming Augustus O'Brien. 1875-9. Son of Philip 
Bedingfeld. h. 1862. Eesides at Lowestoft. 

Blakiston, Charles Edward. 1875. Second son of the Eev. Horace 
Mann Blakiston. h. 1863. 

Blakiston, Frederick Turnley. 1875. Third son of the Rev. Horace 
Mann Blakiston. h. 1864. 

Blakiston, Horace Neville. 1875. (Afterwards at King's College 
School.) Eldest son of the Eev. Horace Mann Blakiston. h. 
1861. A Baronet. 

BoucHiER, Harold Edward. 1875-6. Son of Wynyard William 
Bouchier. 

Burton, William Mason. 1875-6. Third son of Samuel Warren 
Burton, h. 1861. For some years in the Customs in China. 
At present in business at Sydney, New South Wales. 

Collins, Arthur Harry. 1875-80. Son of Henry Collins, h. 1864. 

Studying for the Medical Profession at Edinburgh University. 
Gibson, George Eobert. 1875-80. Elder son of George Gibson. 

h. 1861. Cricket Eleven, 1878-9. Football Fifteen, 1879. Has 

a cattle ranche in Buenos Ayres. 

Golds, William Harrison. 1875-8. Son of William Golds. Z). 1863. 

Hamilton, George Frederick Dashwood. 1875-8. Eldest son of 
Colonel George Hamilton, h. 1860. Cricket Eleven, 1877-8. 
Captain. Football Fifteen, 1876-8. Joined the 104th Foot, 
1880 ; afterwards in the 70th Foot ; now in the Bengal Staff 
Corps ; attached to the 39th Bengal Native Infantry. 

Hamilton, Leonard iVlison Hall. 1875-80. Second son of Colonel 
George Hamilton, h. 1862. Sixth Form, 1880. Cricket Eleven, 
1879-80. Football Fifteen, 1879-80. Joined 1st Batt. South 
Yorkshire Eegiment (formerly called 51st Foot), 1883. 

JopsoN, William Martindale. 1875-8. Son of William Jopson. 6.1862. 



172 Tonhridge School a.d. 1875. 

Maesack, Alfred John. 1875-8. Son of Blackall Marsack. h. 

1865. Id the Merchant Navy. 
Napier, Charles Frederick. 1875-8. Son of Thomas William 

Napier, h. 1862. Sixth Form, 1880. Keble Coll., Oxford. 

3rd cl. Jm-isprudence. B.A. 1883. Obtained an Inns of Court 

Law Scholarship. Called to the Bar, 1885. 

Parry, Francis Temple Guittone. 1875-8. Son of William Parry. 

h. 1860. Cricket Eleven, 1877-8. Died in Natal, South Africa. 

1880. 
Pearce, Archibald George Eeakes. 1875-80. Eldest son of the 

Eev. George Philips Pearce. h. 1861. Sixth Form, 1878-80. 

Judd Exhib. Sizar of St. John's Coll., Camb. 3rd cl. Class. 

Trip. B.A. 1883. Now Assistant Master in Lincoln College, 

Sorel, Canada. 
Ehodes, Herbert. 1875. Son of John George Ehodes. h. 1862. 

Eesides at Beckenham. 
Simpson, Charles Ernest. 1875-81. Son of Thomas Fox Simpson. 

6.1864. Sixth Form, 1880. Football Fifteen,1880. In the Law. 

Taylor, Thomas. 1875. Son of Thomas Taylor, h. 1859. In the 
office of Donald Currie & Co., shipowners, London. 

Warren, George Michael. 1875. Son of Wilham Warren, h, 1859. 
Football Fifteen, 1875. In business in New York. 

Warren, WilUam Edward. 1875. Son of William Warren, h. 
1858. d. 1885. 

SUMMER TEEM, 1875. 

Ashpitel, Francis William. 1875-7. Son of the Eev. Francis 
Ashpitel. b. 1860. Passed through Cooper's Hill Indian 
Engineering College, and is now in the Public Works' Depart- 
ment, Madras Presidency. 

Bailey, Demetrius James Sanford. 1875-8. Younger son of the 
Eev. James Sanford Bailey, b. 1860. Football Fifteen, 1878. 
Jesus Coll., Camb. B.A. 1883. Won an Inter-University 
Bicycle Eace. 

Berncastel, Albert Edward. 1875-9. Second son of Julius Bern- 
castel (Assistant Master at Tonbridge School), b. 1865. 

Brown, Cecil Hew. 1875-8. (Afterwards at Harrow School.) Second 
son of John Brown, b. 1867. Exeter Coll., Oxford. 

Brown, Thomas Temple. 1875-81. Eldest son of Thomas Davy 
Brown, b. 1862. Sixth Form, 1879-81. Judd Exhib. Trin. 
Coll., Oxford. 2nd cl. Theol. B.A. 1885. Ordained 1886. 

Campion, Arthur Goring. 1875-81. Second son of Admiral Hubert 
Carupion, C.B. b. 1864. With an Estate agent. 

CoLBECK, Edmund Henry. 1875-7. Fourth son of William Henry 
Colbeck. b. 1865. Went to New Zealand Colleges and Uni- 
versity. Now at Caius Coll., Camb. 



A.D. 1875. Register. 173 

CoLBECK, Frank. 1875-7. Son of William Henry Colbeck. h. 1861. 

In the Province of Auckland, New Zealand. 
Cousins, Arthur Frederick. 1875-80. Fourth son of Stephen 

Cousins (Old Tonbridgian). h. 1863. Sixth Form, 1879-80. 

Judd Exhib. Scholar of Jesus Coll., Camb. 2nd cl. Class. 

Trip. B.A. 1884. At present Tutor to Lord Avonmore. 

Cbawfurd, Lionel Payne. 1875. Son of the Eev. Charles Walter 
Payne Crawfurd. h. 1861. Open Exhibitioner of Ball. Coll., 
Oxford. 

DuRRELL, Herbert Leslie. 1875-7. Son of Timothy James Durrell. 
h. 1860. 

FiLDER, Leslie Phillips. 1875-9. Only son of William Martin 
Filder. h. 1860. Eeading for the Final Law Examination. 

GiLLESPY, Arthur Harrison. 1875-80. Son of John Eoebuck 
Gillespy. h. 1863. Engineer at Prestwich, near Manchester. 

Kirk, Hugh. 1875-6. Eldest son of John Kirk. h. 1861. Joined 
the 56th Foot, 1880. Afterwards (same year) entered the 14th 
Hussars. Now stationed in the Madras Presidency, 

Kynaston, Edward. 1875-6. Son of Edward Kynaston. h. 1862. 
In Ceylon. 

Langhorne, William Henry. 1875-7. (Afterwards at the Cathedral 
School, Eochester). Second son of the Eev. John Langhorne 
(formerly Fifth Form Master at Tonbridge School), h. 1865. 
Student at St. Bartholomew's Hospital, 1883-4. Now engaged 
in tuition. 

Lawrence, Edward Luard. 1875-9. Son of the Eev. John Eoss 
Lawrence, h. 1863. In business in London. 

Luard, Frank William. 1875-6. (Afterwards at the Forest School, 
Walthamstow). Fourth son of the Eev. Bixby Garnham Luard. 
h. 1865. Joined the Eoyal Marine Light Infantry, 1884. 

Marriott, Charles John Bruce. 1875-8. Son of the Eev. Charles 

Harwick Marriott, h. 1861. Cricket Eleven. 1878. Football 

Fifteen, 1877. Clare Coll., Camb. B.A. 1883. Cambridge 

University Football Team, 1881-3. Captain. All England 

- Football Team, 1884. Captain, 1886. 

Mitchell, George Edmund. 1875. Son of George Napoleon 
Mitchell. 6. 1859. 

Mitchell, Hugh McPherson. 1875. (Afterwards at Loretto School, 
Edinburgh.) Only son of Sir Charles Bullen Mitchell, K.C.M.G. 
h. 1863. Has been engineering in Natal. Now returning to 
England to complete his training. 

Parker, Frederick James. 1875-9. Fourth son of Colonel William 
Parker, h. 1861. Sixth Form, 1878-9. Cricket Eleven, 1878-9. 
Football Fifteen, 1879. Gazetted to Northamptonshire Eegi- 
ment, 1st Batt. (formerly 48th Foot), 1882. Garrison Adjutant 
at Fleetwood, 1885. 



174 Tollbridge School a.d. 1875. 

Eoss, Frank McCulloch. 1875-7. Son of Malcolm Boss. h. 1859. 
An Actor on the Dramatic Stage. 

Saunders, Eeginald Cautley. 1875-8. Eldest son of Eeginald 
Floyer Samiders. h. 1861. Gained a Eoman Law Scholarship 
at the Inner Temple, 1881. Beading for the Bar. 

Sparrow, Eeginald Brogge. 1875-6. Cricket Eleven, 1876. Foot- 
ball Thirteen, 1876. Deceased. 

Taylor, Eeginald Arthur. 1875-9. Son of Thomas Taylor, h. 
1863. Besides at Falklands, Hadlow. 

CHBISTMAS TEEM, 1875. 

Alban, Arthur David. 1875. Son of Major Thomas Clifton Alban. 
b. 1862. Entered the Diplomatic Service in 1882 as a Student 
Interpreter. Now Assistant to the British Consulate at Beyrout 
and Damascus. 

Baker, Herbert. 1875-81. Fourth son of Thomas Henry Baker. 
6.1862. Sixth Form, 1880-1. Cricket Eleven, 1878-81. Captain, 
1880-1. FootbaU Fifteen, 1879-80. Captain. Architect in London. 

Brenchley, John Vaughan. 1875-7. Son of Thomas Harman 
Brenchley. b. 1862. A railway engineer. 

BuRCHELL, Edward Albert. 1875- . Son of James Burchell. 

Burt, James Lyndon. 1875-9. Third son of John E. Burt. &. 1865. 
A merchant in Java. 

Burt, John Marshall. 1875-7. Eldest son of John E. Burt. b. 1861. 

Entered the Eoyal Artillery, 1880. 
Burt, William Owen. 1875-8. Second son of John E. Burt. Z?. 1862. 

At Batavia in Java. 
Callaway, Hugh. 1875-8. Second son of John Callaway, b. 1864. 

Preparing for the profession of a Mechanical Engineer at a 

Marine Engineer's on the Clyde. 
Cazenove, John Mark. 1875-7. Son of Arthur Cazenove. b. 

1862. Besides near Dorking, Surrey. 

Chisholme, Charles William Scott. 1875-80. Second son of Lieu- 
tenant Eobert Scott Chisholme, E.N. b. 1863. Partner in a 
firm of merchants and manufacturers in London. 

Chisholme, Francis Scott. 1875-8. Third son of Lieutenant Eobert 
Scott Chisholme, E.N. b. 1864. At Buenos Ayres. 

D'Eye, George. 1875-9. Son of George Hastings Eust D'Eye 
(Old Tonbridgian) . Was articled to a Solicitor. Now in Canada. 

Featherstone, Charles Edward. 1875-7. Son of Clifford Feather- 
stone, b. 1862. Medical man. Practises at Wednesbury, 
Staffordshire. 

Goldfinch, Henry Hammond. 1875-80. Son of Henry Eobert 
Goldfinch, J. P. (Old Tonbridgian). b. 1863. Football Fifteen, 
1880. Jesus Coll., Camb. B.A. 1884. Preparing for the Army. 



A.D. 1876. Register. 175 

Hogg, Hubert Roughton. 1875-7. Third son of Edward Hogg. h. 
1865. A farmer in the Province of Auckland, New Zealand, 

HuNTEE, Charles Barnard Roderick. 1875-9. Son of the Rev. 
Archdeacon James Hunter, D.D. h. 1860. Cricket Eleven, 
1879. Football Fifteen, 1877-8. Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1882. 
Ordained 1884. Curate of Brafferton, Yorkshire. 

MooBE, Henry. 1875-7. Son of Henry Moore, h. 1861. 

Peake, Charles William. 1875-8. Son of Charles Richard Peake. 
h. 1863. Magd. Coll., Oxford. 1st cl. Lit. Hum. B.A. 1885. 

PiCKEN, Richard Francis. 1875-8, Son of Richard Picken. h. 1862. 
At Brisbane, Queensland. 

Shepheed, Edward Alfred. 1875-8. h. 1861. 

Shepheed, James Lawrence Frederick. 1875-9. h. 1863. In the 
Royal Horse Artillery. Football Fifteen, 1878. 

Shepheed, Montague James. 1875-9. h. 1860. Sixth Form, 1879. 

Slade, Herbert. 1875-80. Youngest son of Adolphus Frederick 

Slade. h. 1860. Indian Forest Department, 1882. Stationed 

in British Burmah. 

Stopfoed, Albert Henry. 1875-7. Son of Frederick Manners 
Stopford. h. 1860. Resides in London. 

Thomson, Ernest Burslem. 1875-80. Only son of William Thomson. 
h. 1863. In Florida. 

Teeadway, George. 1875-6. Son of Henry Treadway. h. 1860. 

Veeeall, Frank. 1875-7. Son of Francis Verr all. 6.1861. Resides 
at Lewes. 

Weaee, Frank. 1875-8. Son of John Smith Weare. 6.1864. Reading 
for the Law. Resides at Tunbridge Wells. 

Weaee, Robert. 1875-8. Son of John Smith Weare. 6.1862. ^.1878. 

Wilson, Archibald Scarlyn. 1875-9. Second son of Robert James 

Wilson, M.D. h. 1861. Sixth Form, 1878-9. Cricket Eleven, 

1879. Pemb. Coll., Camb. B.A. 1883. 

EASTEB TEEM, 1876. 
Undee the Headmasteeship of Me. Rowe. 

Alex ANDEE, Stephen. 1876-80. Son of George Alexander. In America. 

Andeeson, Ernest. 1876. Son of James Anderson, h. 1861. 

Bakee, Alfred WiUiam. 1876-82. Fifth son of Thomas Henry 
Baker, h. 1864. Sixth Form, 1881-2. Cricket Eleven, 1880-2. 
Football Fifteen, 1879-81. Captain. Entered Sandhurst Royal 
Military College, which he represented against Woolwich 
Academy in Cricket, Football, and Athletics. Joined the 
Durham Light Infantry, 2nd Batt. (formerly 106th Foot), 1884. 
Served with the Force under General Stephenson up the Nile, 
1885-6. Present at the battle of Giness and subsequent advance. 



176 Tonhridge School a.d. 1876. 

Barber, Percy Hutton. 1876. Son of George Hutley Barber. 
Chisholme, Eobert Aston Scott. 1876- . Eldest son of Lieutenant 

Eobert Scott Chisholme, E.N. h. 1861. Eesides at Notting 

Hill, London. 

Clifford, Herbert Fleetwood Lisle Monier. 1876-80. Son of John 

James Clifford, h. 1862. Engaged in tuition. 
Daglish, Eobert Shaw. 1876-9. Youngest son of George Daglish. 

h. 1860. Engineer. 

Gibson, Henry George. 1876-7. Son of Henry Gibson, h. 1860. 

Sixth Form, 1877. Wadh. Coll., Oxford. 3rd cl. Mods. B.A. 

1882. M.A. 1884. Schoolmaster at Kingston, Surrey. 
Hopkins, John Piers. 1876. Son of James Hopkins, h. 1864. 

Eesides at Sydenham. 
KiLGOUR, William Eobert Stuart. 1876-80. Son of Peter Norton 

Kilgour. Cricket Eleven, 1880. At Calcutta. 
Lachlan, Ernest Moncrieff. 1876-82. Youngest son of George 

Lachlan. h. 1865. Sixth Form, 1881-2. Judd Exhib. Passed 

from the Eoyal Military Academy, Woolwich, into the Eoyal 

Artillery, 1884. 
Langhorne, Harold Stephen. 1876- . (Afterwards at Eochester 

Cathedral School.) Third son of the Eev. John Langhorne 

(formerly Master of the Fifth Form at Tonbridge School), h. 

1866. Passed from the Eoyal Military Academy, Woolwich, 

into the Eoyal Artillery, 1885. 
Lecky, Eobert St. Clair. 1876-7. Son of John Frederick Lecky. 

b. 1863. Lieutenant in the Eoyal Horse Artillery. Winner of 

several prizes at the Eoyal Military Tournament, 1886. 
Macrea, Benjamin Henry Edward. 1876-81. Son of James 

Benjamin Macrea. Studying Medicine at the London Hospital. 
McLeod, George Gordon. 1876-9. Eldest son of Major-General 

Francis Hastings McLeod. h. 1864. Engaged in the Stock 

and Eanche business in Nebraska, United States of America. 

Amateur Champion Boxer of Dodge County, Nebraska. Ama- 
teur Champion Swimmer (one to five miles) of Emporia County, 

Kansas. 
Manders, Frederick Eichard Henry. 1876. Son of Frederick 

Manders. 6. 1858. In the Transvaal Eepublic, South Africa. 
Pollexfen, John James Henry Forbes. 1876-8. Son of John James 

Pollexfen. Cricket Eleven, 1877-8. Football Fifteen, 1876-8. 
ScuDAMORE, Thomas Henry. 1876-8. Son of Thomas Edward 

Scudamore. h. 1862. Eesides at Tunbridge Wells. 
Shaw, Charles John Monson. 1876-9. Eldest son of the Eev. 

Charles John Kenward Shaw (Old Tonbridgian). h. 1860. 

Hertford Coll., Oxford. B.A. 1883. Ordained 1884. Curate 

of Bexley, Kent. 
Shaw, Henry Hawley. 1876-8. Second son of the Eev. Charles 

John Kenward Shaw (Old Tonbridgian). h. 1862. In the 

Merchant Navy. 



A.D. 1876. Register. 177 

Stewart, Charles Edward. 1876. Son of Alexander Stewart. 

h. 1860. 
Venn, William Eustace. 1876- . Son of William Webb Venn. 

h. 1861. Besides at Blackheath, Kent. 
Webb, Duncan. 1876- . Son of Vere Webb, h, 1862. Joined the 

Leicestershire Regiment, 2nd Batt. (formerly the 17th Foot), 

1881. 
Webb, Hunter Edward. 1876- . Son of Vere Webb. h. 1863. 

Solicitor in London. Resides at Westbourne Park. 

SUMMER TEBM, 1876. 

Austin, George Frederick. 1876- . Son of Frederick Austin, 6. 
1866. Architect. 

Dobbin, Harry Charles Edward. 1876-7. Son of Robert Dobbin. 
b. 1866. In Canada. Employed on the Grand Trunk Railway. 

Dobbin, Leonard William Robert. 1876-80. Son of Robert Dobbin. 

6. 1865. Formerly in the Merchant Navy. Now in the Indian 

Navy. 
Foley, Frank Wigram. 1876-83. Son of Edward Foley, b. 1865. 

Resides at Abbey Wood, Kent. 
Hallett, Clarence Charles Hughes. 1876- . Son of Henry Hallett. 
Hammond, John. 1876-9. Second son of James Hammond. 6. 

1860. Sixth Form, 1878-9. Football Fifteen, 1877-8. Trin. 

Coll., Camb, B.A. 1882. In the University Rugby Union 

Football Team. Called to the Bar (Lincoln's Inn), 1885. 

Hayes, Jefferson John Arthur. 1876-8. Only son of John Quincey 

Hayes, b. 1865. A traveller ; has visited the Congo and other 

African rivers. 
Leggatt, Wilham Leslie. 1876-80. Son of x\lfred Leggatt. b. 

1863. Cricket Eleven, 1880. Football Fifteen, 1878-9. Resides 

in London. 

MoY, Charles Thomas. 1876-8. Son of Thomas Moy. h. 1860. 
In the coal trade. Resides near Colchester. 

MoY, Henry Arthur. 1876-80. Son of Thomas Moy. h, 1863. 
A Member of the London Stock Exchange. 

Phillips, Arthur Walter. 1876-7. Son of John Phillips, h. 1862. 
In the Merchant Navy. 

RiACH, Malcolm Stewart. 1876-7. Only son of Malcolm Stewart 
Riach. h. 1860. Entered the Queen's Own Cameronian 
Highlanders, 2nd Batt. (late 79th Regiment), 1883. Served 
in Egypt, 1883-6, including the Nile Expedition under Lord 
Wolseley, 1884-5. Egyptian Medal. Present at the Battle of 
Giniss. 

Still, Thomas Walter. 1876-9. Son of Thomas Walter Still (Old 
Tonbridgian). h. 1861. In New Zealand. 



178 Tonhridge School a.d. 1876. 

Waters, Thomas Brocas. 1876-80. Son of Edwin Hughes Waters. 
h. 1861. Trin. Coll., Camb. B.A. Resides at South- 
borough. 

Whitmore, George Frederick. 1876-9. Son of George Whitmore. 
h. 1863. Eesides at Cambridge. 



CHBISTMAS TEEM, 1876. 

Alexander, Francis George. 1876-80. Son of George Alexander. 
b. 1864. Trin. Coll., Dublin. 

BiNNEY, Arthur Reginald. 1876-8. (Afterwards at Blackheath 
Proprietary School). Second son of Thomas Binney. b. 1864. 
Member of the London Stock Exchange. 

Bishop, John Sebastian. 1876-80. Only son of Henry Bishop, b. 
1862. Member of the Loudon Stock Exchange. 

Blakiston, Charles Reginald. 1876-80. Second son of the Rev. 
Douglas Yeoman Blakiston. b. 1863. Sixth Form, 1880. 
Studying Medicine at King's College. 

Blakiston, Herbert Edward Douglas. 1876-8L Eldest son of 
the Rev. Douglas Yeoman Blakiston. b. 1862. Sixth Form, 
1878-81. Jud'd Exhib. Scholar of Trin. Coll., Oxford. 1st 
cl. Mods. 1st cl. Lit. Hum. B.A. 1886. 

Blakiston, Peyton. 1876-7. Son of Peyton Blakiston. b, 1865. 
Entered the Royal Navy. Accidentally shot near Hong Kong 
when a Sub-Lieutenant of H.M.S. Audacious. 

Blakiston, WilHam Graham. 1876-9. Son of Peyton Blakiston. 

b. 1863. Electrical engineer in London. 
BoYSSMiTH, Arthur Gilbert. 1876-9. Younger son of the Rev. John 

Boyssmith. b. 1863. Farming in Canada. 

BoYSSMiTH, Edward Percy. 1876-81. Elder son of the Rev. John 
Boyssmith. b. 1861. Sixth Form, 1880-1. Smythe Exhib. 
Also an Exhibitioner of St. John's Coll., Camb. B.A. 1884. 
Ordained 1886. 

Bright, Albert Edward. 1876-9. Son of WilHam Bright. 6. 1864. 
Edinburgh University, 1883-6. Lieutenant, 3rd Batt. King's 
Own Light Infantry (South Yorkshire Regiment). 

BuRRiDGE, Lee Spear. 1876-8. Son of EUis Burridge. b. 1861. 

Dentist at New York. 
Burton, Arthur. 1876-81. Son of Alfred Burton, b. 1865. 

GowELL, Charles Byles. 1876- . Son of Charles Henry Cowell. 

b. 1862. In business at Ipswich. 
Cox, Francis William Henry. 1876-80. Son of Frank Edward Cox. 

b. 1863. Joined the Oxfordshire Light Infantry, 1st Batt. 

(formerly the 43rd Foot), 1884. 



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Davis, Henry Ernest. 1876-80. Eldest son of Henry May Davis. 
b. 1861. Football Fifteen, 1879-80. Studying for the Medical 
Profession at St. Thomas' Hospital. 

DoDD, Charles Edward. 1876-8. Fifth son of the Eev. George 
Wilham Dodd. h. 1862. In the Private Drawing Office of the 
Bank of England. Besides at Putney. 

Ealand, Herbert Fawcett. 1876-9. Son of John Eobert Ealand. 
h. 1863. In the colonies. 

GiLLESPY, Eoland Elliott. 1876-81. (Afterwards at Whitgift School, 
Croydon.) Second son of John Eoebuck GillesiDy. h. 1866. 
In the Merchant Navy. 

Geeene, John Herbert. 1876- . Son of Henry Greene, b. 1865. 

HuBBAED, Alfred Edward. 1876-81. Second son of the Eev. Henry 
Dickenson Hubbard. b. 1862. Sixth Form, 1880-1. Judd 
Exhib. Cricket Eleven, 1881. Football Fifteen, 1880-1. Joined 
the Lincolnshire Eegiment, 1883. 

Hubbard, Arthur Oldham. 1876-84. Third son of the Eev. Henry 
Dickenson Hubbard, b. 1865. Sixth Form, 1882-4. Judd 
Exhib. Cricket Eleven, 1882-4. Football Fifteen, 1882-3. 
Caius Coll., Camb. Medical Student at St. Bartholomew's 
Hospital. 

HuBBAED, George Cairns. 1876-86. Fourth son of the Eev. Henry 
Dickenson Hubbard, b. 1867. Cricket Eleven, 1883-5. Foot- 
ball Fifteen, 1882-5. Captain. Clerk on the Stock Exchange. 

Maewood, William Francis. 1876-81. Second son of George 
Marwood. b. 1863. Sixth Form, 1878-81. Scholar of Trin. 
Coll., Camb. Wrangler, Math. Trip. B.A. 1884. In the Chief 
Secretary's Office, General Post Office, London. 

MooEE, James. 1876-8. Eldest son of James Lamb Moore, b. 

1861. Football Fifteen, 1878. Solicitor. Practises in London. 
Nicholson, Gilbert. 1876-83. Second surviving son of Alfred 

Nicholson, b. 1867. Chymist. Passed the Prelim. Pharm. 

Exam. 1883. Passed Oxford Senior Local Exam. 1885. 
Nicholson, Eoger. 1876-81. Eldest son of Alfred Nicholson, b. 

1864. Chymist at Tunbridge Wells. 
Peache, Clement Kenneth. 1876-8. Son of Alfred Peache. 6. 1866. 

Trin. Coll., Camb. 

Shaw, John Gregory. 1876-81. Third son of the Eev. Charles John 
Kenward Shaw (Old Tonbridgian). 6. 1865. In the Phoenix Fire 
Insurance Office. 

Solomon, Albert Whitworth. 1876- . Son of Henry Solomon, b. 1864. 

Tayloe, James Herbert. 1876-80. Only son of Eichard Taylor. 

6. 1862. Sixth Form, 1880. St. John's Coll., Camb. B.A. 

1885. Eesides at Wigan. 
Tuenee, Alfred Granville Burne. 1876- . Son of Major-General 

Turner. 6. 1866. 
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180 Tonbridge School a. d. 1877. 

White, Harold Jennings. 1876-82. Eldest son of Thomas Jennings 
White (Old Tonbridgian) . h. 1863. Sixth Form, 1880-2. Head 
Boy. Football Fifteen, 1880-1. Gains Coll., Camb. 3rd cl. 
Class. Trip. B.A. 1885. Articled to his father (a Solicitor). 

EASTEB TEEM, 1877. 

Beckett, Walter Ealph Durie. 1877-80. Second son of Colonel 
Wilham Henry Beckett, h. 1864. Sixth Form, 1880. Cricket 
Eleven, 1880. Went out in 1886 to Bankgok, Siam, as a 
Student Interpreter in the British Consulate. 

Beckett, William Thomas Clifford. 1877-80. Eldest son of Colonel 
Wilham Henry Beckett, h. 1863. Civil engineer in the North- 
West Provinces of India. 

Bbowne, George Richard Howe. 1877-8. Son of George Browne. 
h. 1862. 

Cappee, Charles Smithett. 1877-82. Eldest son of Thomas Capper. 
h. 1864. Farming in Chase County, Kansas, U.S.A. 

CuETis, Arthur Sicard. 1877-80. Son of Frederick Thomas Curtis. 
6. 1863. Eeading for the Final Solicitors' Examination. 

CuETis, Henry Welsh. 1877-80. Son of Frederick Thomas Curtis. 
h. 1862. Football Fifteen, 1878-9. In Austraha. 

Devey, George Pollard. 1877-80. Second son of George Hill Devey. 
h. 1862. Her Majesty's Acting Consul at Erzeroum, Kurdistan, 
Asiatic Turkey. 

Tlowee, Frederick Gerald. 1877-81. Son of John Flower (Old 
Tonbridgian). h. 1863. Football Fifteen, 1880. Exeter Coll., 
Oxford. 

Heevey, John Philip Somers. 1877-9. Son of Matthew Henry 
Hervey. b. 1861. Farmer near Hadlow. 

HowAED, Alfred Gravely. 1877-9. Eldest son of Joseph Howard. 
6. 1861. Member of the firm of Howards and Sons, Manufac- 
turing Chemists. 

fiowAED, Wilham Crewdson. 1877-80. Eldest son of John Elliot 
Howard. 6. 1862. Marburgh University. Ph. Doct. Manu- 
facturer of Chemicals. 

HuTTON, John Stuart. 1877-80. Only son of Walter Stuart Hutton. 
h. 1863. Obtained a Nat. Sci. Scholarship at St. Thomas' 
Hospital, London. Mem. Roy. Coll. Surg., &c. Elected 
Resident House Physician of St. Thomas' Hospital, 1885. 
Obtained the Murchison Open Scholarship of the Roy. Coll. of 
Physicians, 1886. 

Logan, Archibald Eugene Harris. 1877-80. Son of Colonel 
Archibald George Douglas Logan, h. 1863. 

Maewood, Henry. 1877-81. Third son of George Marwood. 6. 
1864. Cricket Eleven, 1881. Joined the North Staffordshire 
Regiment, 1st Batt. (late 64th Foot), 1884. 



A.D. 1877. Register. 181 

Melleesh, Montague Neale. 1877-81. Second son of Frederick 

Mellersh. b. 1864. Lieutenant, Royal West Surrey Eegiment, 

2nd Volunteer Batt. Eesides at Reigate. 
Simpson-Baikie, Alan Balfour. 1877-8. Son of Frederick Simpson- 

Baikie. Ranching in Buenos Ayres. 
Simpson-Baikie, Wilfred Russell. 1877-9. Son of Frederick 

Simpson-Baikie. 6. 1863. Football Fifteen, 1879. Ranching 

in Buenos Ayres. 
Speigge, John Joshua. 1877. Second son of Squire Sprigge. h. 

1862. x\dmitted a Sohcitor, 1885. Practises at Bury St. 
Edmunds. 

Walton, Hubert Pulteney. 1877- . Son of Hubert Izaak Walton. 

b. 1866. Was with Methuen's Horse in South Africa. Now in 

the Burmah police. 
Walton, Wilham Crawford. 1877-80. Eldest son of Hubert Izaak 

Walton. 6. 1864. Joined the Royal Scots Fusiliers, 2nd Batt. 

(late 21st Foot), 1884. Attached to the Bombay Staff Corps, 

1886. 

SUMMEB TEEM, 1877. 

Andeews, George Herbert. 1877-80. Third son of Louis Willoughby 
Andrews, b. 1864. In Australia ; travelling for his health. 

Capeon, George. 1877- . Son of Frederick Lucas Capron. &. 1866. 

Davis, Howard. 1877-9. Second son of Henry May Davis, b. 

1863. Killed by an accident while attending to an engine in a 
brewery at Colchester, 1881. 

Geant, Allan Erven. 1877- . Son of James Murray Grant, b. 
1862. Studying Medicine at Edinburgh University. 

Geaystone, Sydney Wynn. 1877-79. Son of the Rev. Conrad 
Arthur Graystone. b. 1862. Clare Coll., Camb. 

HoLEOYD, Frank. 1877-9. Only son of Frederick Holroyd. b. 
1862. Solicitor at Leicester. 

HooKEE, Stephen John. 1877-8. Son of John Marshall Hooker. 
b. 1862. In business in London. 

HowAED, Robert Edward. 1877-80. Son of Edward Howard, b. 

1864. Resides near Manchester. 

Langham, Frederick George. 1877-82. Eldest son of Frederick 
Adolphus Langham. 6. 1863. Sixth Form, 1879-82. Head 
Boy. Judd Exhib. Football Fifteen, 1881. Trin. Hall, Camb. 
2nd cl. Law Trip. B.A. and Ll.B., 1885. Articled to the above 
F. A. Langham (Sohcitor), at Hastings. In the Sussex County 
Rugby Union Football Fifteen. 

Maezetti, Arthur. 1877-82. Fourth son of Robert Burt Marzetti. 
b. 1862. Member of the London Stock Exchange. Resides at 
Clapham. 



182 Tollbridge School a.d. 1877. 

Eashleigh, William. 1877-85. Son of William Boys Eashleigh. 
b. 1867. Sixth Form, 1883-5. Judd Exhib. Cricket Eleven, 
1882-5. Captain. Football Fifteen, 1883-^ Brasenose Coll., 
Oxford. In the Oxford University Cricket Eleven, 1886 (made 
a score of 107 against Cambridge during his first year at the 
University) ; played occasionally for Oxford at football. 

ToLPUTT, Arthur. 1877. Son of John Tolputt. b. 1861. 

TwYFOKD, Lionel Thomas Campbell. 1877-81. Son of Ennis 
Twyford. 6.1865. Football Fifteen, 1880-1. Joined the North 
Staffordshire Eegiment, 2nd Batt. (late 98th Foot), 1884. 

Waddilove, Alfred Charles. 1877-81. Son of Cyrus Waddilove 
(Old Tonbridgian). b. 1862. Won the Points Cup in the 
Athletic Sports, 1880 and 1881. Trin. Hall, Camb. In America. 

Waeren, Arthur Thomas. 1877. Son of Wilham Warren, b. 1862. 
Formerly in Paris, now in Australia. 

CHBISTMAS TEEM, 1877. 

Allwork, Eobert Long. 1877-81. Youngest son of Charles Long 
Allwork. b. 1863. Christ's Coll., Camb. Math. Trip. B.A. 
1884. Assistaut Master at St. Paul's Preparatory School, 
West Kensington. 

Baeker, John Collier. 1877-80 Eldest son of the Eev. John Collier 
Barker, b. 1863. Mem. Eoy. Coll. Surg. Author of " Adven- 
tures of a Cutter Yacht in the Channel" and "A Short 
Description of Diseases of Arteries and Aneurisms." 

Baeey, Herbert Alfred Lucas. 1877-9. Third son of Charles Barry 
(Architect). Civil and Marine Engineer. At present on the SS. 
Austral of the Orient line. 

Buckler, John Strachan. 1877-80. Son of John Eussell Buckler. 
b. 1864. In the woollen manufacturing business at Stroud, 
Gloucestershire. 

Devey, Arthur Charles. 1877-80. (Afterwards at Westminster 
School). Youngest son of Charles Hill Devey. 5.1866. King's 
Coll., London, and the College of Electrical Engineering. Now 
an Electric Light and Power Engineer. Eesides at Clapham 
Park. 

Elgood, Horace Corthorn. 1877-9. Son of John Elgood. b. 1863. 

In the brewing business at Wisbeach, Cambridgeshire. 
GiLLESPY, James Edward. 1877-80. (x\fterwards at Whitgift 

School, Croydon). Third son of John Eoebuck Gillespy. b. 

1867. Clerk iu the National Bank of India. 
Green, Eobert Bertram Lloyd. 1877-8. Son of Eobert ElHs Green. 

b. 1863. 
Gregg, Alfred. 1877-8L Son of Eobert Gregg. 6.1866. Eesides 

at Anerley, Surrey. 
Gregg, Eobert. 1877-80. Son of Eobert Gregg, b. 1863. Eesides 

at Anerley, Surrey. 



A.D. 1878. Register. 183 

Haggitt, Edward Dashwood. 1877-9. Son of Henry Haggitt. 
6. 1863. Joined the Eoyal Engineers, 1883. 

HoENE, Benjamin William. 1877-81. Eldest son of William Home. 
h. 1864. 

HoENE, Walter Jobson. 1877-84. Second son of William Home. 
b. 1865. Sixth Form, 1883-4. Football Fifteen, 1882-3. Clare 
Coll., Camb. Has won several Open Strangers' Races at 
Cambridge. 

HuLKE, Frederick Backhouse. 1877-9. Son of Frederick Thomas 
Hulke. 6. 1862. In the Medical profession. 

Palmee, Charles Fehx. 1877-80. Second son of the Eev. Felix 
Palmer (Old Tonbridgian). h. 1861. Sixth Form, 1880. 
Cricket Eleven, 1880. Football Fifteen, 1879. Played for the 
Surrey County Football Club, 1882-3. Called to the Bar 
(Middle Temple), 1884. Middle Temple Common Law Scholar, 
1884. 

Eae, Edward Yeron Manett. 1877-80. Son of Captain E. J. S. Rae. 
h. 1862. Joined the Applied Science Department, King's College, 
London. 

RiVEES, Charles Hay. 1877-80. Younger son of the Rev. Henry 

Frederick Rivers, h. 1865. Civil Engineer ; has done some 

practical work, and is now completing his studies at King's 
College. 

Rivers, William Halse Rivers. 1877-80. Elder son of the Rev. 
Henry Frederick Rivers, h. 1864. Studying for the Medical 
Profession at St. Bartholomew's Hospital. 

Someeville, James Bradley. 1877-9. Second son of Stafford 
Baxter Somerville. h. 1860. Sixth Form, 1878-9. Football 
Fifteen, 1877-9. Captain. Admitted a Solicitor, 1884. Practises 
in London. 

Spillee, Thomas Lambert Bladin. 1877- . Son of Charles Thomas 
Benjamin Spiller. h. 1866. 

Van dee Gucht. 1877-8. Eldest son of Charles Van der Gucht. 
h. 1863. Member of the London Stock Exchange. 

Welldon, Maurice Edward. 1877-82. Fourth son of the Rev. 
Edward Ind Welldon. h. 1865. Sixth Form, 1881-2. Cricket 
Eleven, 1882. In the printing and stationery business. 

Weentmoee, John Harris. 1877-81. Elder son of Isaac Harris 
Wrentmore. h. 1864. Reading for the Law. 



EASTEB TEEM, 1878. 

Bakek, Allan Selby Blake. 1878-80. Son of John Baker, b. 1862. 

Benham, Charles Lawson. 1878-80. Son of Edward E. Benham. 
b. 1863. 



184 Tonhridge School a.d. 1878. 

Bkown, Leslie John, (Afterwards at Harrow School.) 1877-8. 
Youngest son of John Brown, b. 1868. St. John's Coll., Oxford. 

BuLLiN, James Ernest. 1877-9. Eldest son of James Bullin. b. 

1864. Auctioneer and estate agent at Tunbridge Wells. 
Campbell, Colin Arthur Fitzgerald. 1878-81. Seventh son of Colonel 

Sir Edward Fitzgerald Campbell, Bart. b. 1863. Sixth Form, 
1881. Cricket Eleven, 1880-1. Clare Coll., Camb. B.A. 1885. 
Eeading for ordination. 

Campbell, Francis Bunbury Fitzgerald. 1878-81. Sixth son of 
Colonel Sir Edward Fitzgerald Campbell, Bart. Sixth Form, 
1881. Cricket Eleven, 1881. Football Fifteen, 1881. Assistant 
in the Printed Books Department, British Museum. 

Charter, EUis Metford. 1878-81. Son of Major ElHs James 
Charter, b. 1866. Went to Bechuana Land with Methuen's 
Horse, 1884-5. Served with 3rd Batt. Eoyal Fusiliers as Lieu- 
tenant, while embodied at Aldershot in 1885. 

Cox, Charles Fortnum. 1878-83. Son of Samuel Henry Cox. b. 

1865. In electric business. 

Falkner, Fitzgerald. 1878-80. Youngest son of George Falkner. 

b. 1864. Eesides at Oaklands, Timperley, Cheshire. 
Gabriel, Henry Wallace. 1878-9. Son of Samuel Hawke Gabriel. 

b. 1865. 
Harris, Herbert Nelson. 1878-9. Son of Horatio Harris, b. 1863. 
Hill, Eeginald Charles James. 1878. Son of Arthur Hill. b. 1867. 
Johnson, Bertie Stuart. 1878-81. Son of John Johnson, b. 1864. 

Studying Medicine at University College Hospital, London. 

Lee, Eobert Frederick. 1878-80. Only son of Eobert Lee. b. 

1862. Football Fifteen, 1880. Maltster. Hon. Sec. of the 

Grantham Football Club (winners of the Lincolnshire Cup, 

1884-5). Eesides at Gonerby House, Grantham. 
McQueen, Wilham James. 1878-9. Son of James McQueen, b. 

1864. Eesides in London. 
Marchant, WilHam Eobert. 1878- . Son of Stephen Walter 

Marchant. b. 1864. Eesides at Hartford, Kent. 
Peareth, Wilham Nepean. 1878-82. Eldest son of Albert Peareth. 

b. 1863. Was in the West Kent Eegiment for a short time. 
Philson, Charles Cowell. 1878-80. Second son of Wilham Philson, 

M.D. b. 1863. Farming in Iowa, United States of America. 
Band, John. 1878-80. Son of William Eand. b. 1864. Land 

agent, surveyor, &c. Has passed the "Student's" and the 

''Professional Associate's" Examinations of the Surveyors' 

Institute. 
Thorne, Athol Henry. 1878-80. Son of George Thorne. b. 1862. 
Thorne, Frederick Murray. 1878-80. Son of George Thorne. 6. 

1866. In business in the City of London. 



A.D. 1878. Register. 185 

Thoene, Vivian Arthur. 1878-80. Son of George Thorne. h. 1864. 
In business in the City of London. 

TuKE, Cecil. 1878. Seventh son of the Eev. Francis Edward Tuke. 
b. 1863. Farming in Virginia, United States of America. 

Tuke, Leonard. 1878-81. Eighth son of the Eev. Francis Edward 
Take. 6.1864. Cavendish Coll., Camb. B. A. 1884. Reading 
for the Law with a firm of Solicitors in London. 

Waed, Frank Percy. 1878. Third son of James Carpenter Ward. 
h. 1861. 

Ward, Thomas Ibotson. 1878-9. Fourth son of James Carpenter 
Ward. h. 1862. At present in Australia for his health. 

Warner, Charles Edward. 1878-81. Only son of George Daniel 
Warner, h. 1865. Cricket Eleven, 1881. Football Fifteen, 
1880-1. Admitted a Solicitor, 1886. Practises at Tonbridge. 
Lieutenant, 1st (Vol.) Batt. (Queen's Own) Eoyal West Kent 
Eegiment. 

SUMMER TEEM, 1878. 

Barklie, Alfred Percy. 1878-80. Son of the Eev. John Knox Barklie. 
h. 1866. Eeading for the Civil Service. 

Clarke, iVrchibald Leycester. 1878-80. Eldest son of the Eev. 
Charles Granville Clarke, h. 1863. Eesides at Tunbridge 
Wells. 

Crawfurd, Proby Edward Payne. 1878-9. Son of the Eev. Charles 
Walter Payne Crawfurd. h. 1863. Joined the Eoyal Sussex 
Eegiment (1st Batt.), 1882. Served throughout the Nile 
Expedition, 1884-5. 

Crofts, Cecil Harry. 1878-83. Second son of the Eev. John David 
Macbride Crofts, b. 1864. Sixth Form, 1882-3. Judd Exhib. 
Football Fifteen, 1882. Emman. Coll., Camb. Captain of 
College Eugby Football Team, 1883-5. In College Boat, 1884. 
Jun. Opt. Math. Trip. B.A. 1886. 

East, Francis Thomas. 1878-80. Son of Francis East. b. 1865. 

Fenwick, Walter. 1878. Son of William Fenwick. Deceased. 

Howard, John Eliot. 1878-80. Second son of John Eliot Howard. 
b. 1864. Locomotive engineer, North-Eastern Eailway. 

Howgate, James Edward. 1878-80. Son of Edward Howgate. 
b. 1864. Eesides at Mirfield, Yorkshire. Lieutenant, Vol. 
Batt. West Eiding Eegiment. 

Johnson, Frederick. 1878-83. Second son of Matthew Warton 
Johnson, b. 1866. Studying for the Medical Profession at 
St. Bartholomew's Hospital. 

Lanfear, Harold William Bathurst. 1878-81. Son of Wilham 
Burbidge Lanfear. b. 1865. Civil engineer in Australia. 



186 Tonhridge School a.d. 1878. 

Ley, Jacob. 1878-82. Only son of George Frederick Ley. h, 1863. 
Christ Church Coll., Oxford. Civil engineer on the North 
Cornwall Eailway. 

McLeod, Harry Norman. 1878. Second son of Major-General 
Francis Hastings McLeod. b. 1864. In the Seaforth High- 
landers. 

Maezetti, Eustace. 1878-83. Sixth and youngest son of Eobert 
Burt Marzetti. h. 1867. Eeading for the Law. Eesides at 
Clapham. 

Maezetti, Leslie. 1878-82. Fifth son of Eobert Burt Marzetti. 
b. 1865. In the tea trade, London. Eesides at Clapham. 

Neve, Arthur Curteis. 1878-80. Second surviving son of Eichard 
Neve. b. 1864. Eoyal iVgricultural College, Cirencester. Dip- 
loma with Honours, 1883. Manager of an Agricultural Insti- 
tution at Hole Park, Eolvenden. 

Peake, William Henry Smyth. 1878-84. Fourth and youngest son 
of Eobert WiUiam Peake (Old Tonbridgian) . 6. 1866. Sixth 
Form, 1881-4. Head Boy. Judd Exhib. Clare Coll., 
Camb. 

Eangee, Edgar. 1878-80. Youngest son of William Eanger. b. 
1863. Eesides at Eedhill, Surrey. 

Eead, Arthur John. 1878. Son of John Eead. b. 1862. Formerly 
with a firm of merchants in the City of London. 

Tayloe, William Loveband Chorley. 1878-82. Youngest son of 
Thomas Taylor, b. 1865. Studying agriculture. Eesides at 
Falklands, Hadlow. 

CHRISTMAS TERM, 1878. 

Allpeess, Vincent Sydney. 1878-82. Son of Edward Whetham 
Allpress. b. 1865. Mechanical and electrical engineer. Eesides 
at Eltham, Kent. 

Baeteam, Lionel William. 1878-81. Fifth son of Captain William 
Bartram. b. 1865. Architect. 

Bell, Lawrence John. 1878-84. (Afterwards at Chateau Galliard, 
Lausanne.) Second son of Herbert Irving Bell. b. 1869. Still 
studying on the Continent. 

BooKEE, Arthur Bertram. 1878-80. Son of John Harrocks Booker. 
b. 1863. 

BucKLEE, Henry Cecil. 1878-81. Son of John Eussell Buckler. 
b. 1866. With a woollen manufacturer at Stroud, Glouces- 
tershire. 

BucKLEE, Percy. 1878-82. Son of John Eussell Buckler, b. 1867. 
Wool-broker (with his father) in London. 

Cross, Gordon Thomas. 1878-81, Third son of Thomas John Cross. 
b, 1868. At present at Dulwich College. 



A.D. 1878. Register, 187 

CuBTis, Frederick Delmar. 1878-80. Son of Frederick Thomas 
Curtis, b. 1866. Learning farming. 

Dewaal, Philip Henry Overbeck. 1878- . (Afterwards at Merchant 
Taylors' School.) Son of Colonel Peter Henry Knight Dewaal. 
h. 1867. 

Handfield-Jones, Charles Eanald. 1878-80. Yomigest son of 
Charles Handfield-Jones. h. 1864. Spent two years in the 
United States farming. Now studying Medicine at St. Mary's 
Hospital, Paddington. Plays in the Hospital Football Team. 

Haedwicke, Charlton Saunders. 1878-81. (Afterwards at Oundle 
School.) Son of Eugene Hardwicke. h. 1867. 

flowDEN, Alexander. 1878-81. Eldest son of Alexander Howden. 
6. 1864. Football Fifteen, 1881. Shipbroker in London. 

IsHEEwooD, Percy Arthur Bradshawe. 1878-84. Son of Arthur 
Bradshawe Isherwood. h. 1869. Eesides at Tonbridge. 

Le Fleming, John, 1878-84. Eldest son of John Le Fleming, h. 
1865. Sixth Form, 1882-4. Smythe Exhib. Cricket Eleven, 
1882-4. Captain. Winner of the Points Cup in the Athletic 
Sports, 1883 and 1884. Football Fifteen, 1882-3. Clare Coll., 
Camb. In the Cambridge University Football Team, 1884-5, 
Ban for the Hurdle Eace in the Inter-University Sports, 
1886. 

Ludlow, Alfred Edward. 1878-9. Eldest son of Alfred Ludlow. 

h. 1863. Maltster and corn merchant in Birmingham. 
Macluee, Eobert Martin. 1878. Son of David Maclure. h. 1863. 
Maceea, Henry Frank Miles. 1878-85. Son of John Benjamin 

Macrea. h. 1870. In business in London. 

Maeshall, Charles Edward. 1878-85. Second surviving son of 
James Archibald Marshall. 6.1866. Trin. Coll., Camb. Winner 
of the Quarter-mile Eace in the Freshmen's Sports, 1885. 

Maeshall, Francis. 1878-83. Eldest son of James Archibald 
Marshall, h. 1863. Cricket Eleven, 1882-3. Football Fifteen, 
1881-2. Captain. Winner of the Points Cup in the Athletic 
Sports, 1882. Trin. Coll., Camb. 

MooEE, George. 1878-82. Second son of James Lamb Moore, h. 
1865. Learning business in a shipping-office. Eesides at 
Southport. 

Oakes, Donald Henry Stewart. 1878-82. Youngest son of Colonel 
Eichard Edward Oakes. h. 1864. Football Fifteen, 1882. Civil 
engineer in London. 

Oakes, Eichard John Cary. 1878-81. Son of Colonel Eichard 
Edward Oakes. h. 1864. In the Duke of Cambridge's Own 
Eegiment, 4th Batt. (Militia), Army Eeserve. 

Paeey, Edward Cecil Morgan. 1878-80. Son of Weston Parry, h. 
1863. Joined the Buffs (East Kent Eegiment, 2nd Batt.), late 
3rd Foot), 1884. 



188 Tonhridge School a.d. 1878. 

Phillips, Ernest Edward. 1878-83. Eldest son of John Edward 
Phillips, b. 1864. Clerk in the London and County Bank, 
Tunbridge Wells. 

Plowright, Edward Frank. 1878-82. Eldest son of Edward 
Plowright. 6.1865. Clerk in the London and Westminster Bank. 

ScHEEiBER, Henry Hugh. 1878-84. Eldest son of Henry Ware 
Schreiber. h. 1866. Sixth Form, 1882-4. Judd Exhib. Foot- 
ball Fifteen, 1883. Head Boy. Scholar of Clare Coll., Camb. 

Stileman, Walter Gybbon. 1878-82. Fifth son of Eichard 
Stileman. h. 1864. Pupil in the Canford Estate Office, Wim- 
borne, Dorset. 

EASTEB TERM, 1879. 

Beviss, Charles. 1879-84. Only son of Charles Beviss, M.D. b. 
1867. Studying for the Medical Profession at St. George's 
Hospital, London. 

Campion, Harold Gilmore. 1879-82. Third son of Admiral Hubert 
Campion, C.B. b. 1865. Reading for the Law in London. 
Resides at Lee, Kent. 

Harrington, Frank Moore. 1879-80. Son of Thomas Moore 
Harrington, b. 1864. Cricket Eleven, 1880. A Clerk on the 
London Stock Exchange. 

Langridge, Cecil Balcombe. 1879-81. (Afterwards at the High 
School, Margate). Only son of William Kirby Johnson Lang- 
ridge. b. 1866. Has been learning farming in Berkshire ; now 
going out to New Zealand. 

Nicholls, James Atcherley. 1879-83. Eldest surviving son of 
Samuel James Nicholls. b. 1866. Football Fifteen, 1883. 
Studied in Germany during 1884. Studying as a Mechanical 
Engineer with the Wallsend Shipway and Engineering Company. 

Stainforth, Herbert Graham. 1879-82. Second son of Major 
General Charles Raper Stainforth. b. 1865. Cricket Eleven, 
1881-2. Played in the Cricket and Football Teams of Sand- 
hurst College. Entered the Dorsetshire Regiment, 2nd Batt. 
(formerly the 54th Foot), 1885. Appointed to the 10th Bengal 
Infantry as a Staff Corps Probationer. 

Staveley, William Henry Charles. 1879-81. Younger son of 
Thomas George Staveley. b. 1863. Mem. Roy. Coll. Surg. 
Eng., and Lie. Roy. Coll. Phys., Lond., 1886. Holds a " house 
appointment " at St. Thomas' Hospital, London. 

Waddilove, Cyrus John. 1879-80. Son of Cyrus Waddilove (Old 
Tonbridgian) . b. 1864. Resides at Surbiton, Surrey. 

SUMMEB TEEM, 1879. 

Angelo, John Cecil Cortland. 1879-83. Son of Major John Angelo. 
b. 1869. Went afterwards to a school at Bath. 



A.D. 1879. Register. 189 

Baker, Archibald Henry. 1879-82. Son of William Garrard Baker. 
h. 1863. Beading for the final Solicitors' Examination. Eesides 
at Clapham. 

Barthorp, Henry Arthur. 1879-83. Eldest son of Eobert Barthorp. 
h, 1865. Trin. Hall, Camb. B.A. 1886. 

Beanes, Alfred Edward. 1879-82. Son of Edward J. Beanes. b. 

1864. In Australia. 

Beanes, Eustace Edward. 1879-82. Son of Edward J. Beanes. 
b. 1865. In Australia. 

Beeching, Walter Charles. 1879-84. Second son of Arthur 
Thomas Beeching. b. 1866. Sixth Form, 1882-4. Trin. Coll 
Oxford. 

Chambers, Charles Eoland. 1879-81. Eldest son of Charles Har- 
court Chambers, b. 1863. Electrical Engineer. 

Chambers, Marcus Stanley. 1879-82. Second son of Charles 
Harcourt Chambers, b. 1865. Electrical Engineer. 

Colebrooke, Henry Lotherington. 1879-83. Son of Henry Cole- 
brooke, M.D. b. 1864. Sixth Form, 1882-3. Cricket Eleven, 
1880-2. Captain. In the Bank of England. 

Drew, Napoleon Edward. 1879-82. Son of Edward Alexander 
Drew. b. 1864. Engineer in the North of England. 

East, Ernest Charles. 1879-80. Son of Francis East. b. 
1867. 

Edgell, Wilham Masterman. 1879-81. Son of Captain Edward 
Dover Edgell. b. 1864. Football Fifteen, 1881. In America. 

Gibson, John. 1879-82. Younger son of George Gibson, b. 1863. 
Sixth Form, 1881-2. Judd Exhib. Football Fifteen, 1881. 
Trin. Coll., Camb. Jun. Opt. Math. Trip. B.A. 1885. Pre- 
paring for the theatrical profession. 

Graham, Percy North. 1879-83. Third son of Christopher North 
Graham (Old Tonbridgian). b. 1866. Articled pupil in an 
Auctioneer's, Valuer's, and Surveyor's Office. 

Hardy, Charles Edward. 1879-80. Eldest son of Captain Harmer 
Hardy, b. 1863. Farmer in Warwickshire. 

Hardy, Frank Brett. 1879-82. Second son of Captain Harmer 
Hardy, b. 1865. 

Harrington, Thomas Flexmore. 1879-83. Son of Thomas Moore 
Harrington, b. 1866. Clerk in the London Stock Exchange. 

Holding, William Septimus. 1879-85. Son of Wilham Sextus 
Holding. b. 1866. Sixth Form, 1882-5. Studying for a 
Student Interpretership in the East. 

Howard, Arthur. 1879-83. Second son of Joseph Howard, b. 

1865. Sixth Form, 1883. Football Fifteen, 1882-3. Clerk in 
Lloyds', Barnetts' and Bosanqueis' Bank, London. 



190 Tonhridge School a.d. 1879. 

Johnson, Horace Gordon. 1879-81. Son of John Johnson, h. 
1868. Clerk in the Peninsula ai]d Oriental Company's Office, 
London. 

Le Fleming, Henry Mortimer. 1879-85. Second son of John Le 
Fleming. Cricket Eleven, 1885. Football Fifteen, 1884-5. 
Preparing for the Army. 

Manning, Marcus Anthony. 1879-80. Son of the Eev. Thomas 
Anthony Manning, h. 1866. In the Merchant Navy. 

Mellersh, Percy Sisson Neale. 1879-80. Third son of Frederick 
Mellersh. h. 1866. Articled to a Solicitor. 

Nicholson, David. 1879- . Third son of Alfred Nicholson. 6.1870. 

Egberts, Eichard. 1879-81. Son of Wilham Hoskins Eoberts. 
h. 1865. At Suez, Egypt. 

EoPER-CuRZON, Wyndham Henry Heathcote. 1879-83. Second 
son of the Honble. Henry George Eoper-Curzon. h. 1868. 
Eesides at Tonbridge. 

Simpson, Maurice George. 1879-85. Fourth son of Thomas Fox 
Simpson, h. 1866. Sixth Form, 1883-5. Head Boy. Judd 
Exhib. Football Fifteen, 1881. Preparing for the Indian 
Public Works Department at Cooper's Hill Indian Engineering 
College. 

Spence, Eobert Morris. 1879-83. Eldest son of Eobert Spence. 
h. 1866. Commercial Clerk at Dunedin, New Zealand. 

Springett, Edmund. 1879-82. Son of Augustus Springett. h. 
1861. Eesides at Hawkhurst. 

Sylvester, Harold Augustus. 1879-84. Fifth son of Samuel 
Augustus Sylvester, h. 1867. Studying for the Medical profes- 
sion at St. Bartholomew's Hospital, London. 

Thacker, Charles Frederick. 1879-80. Son of Colonel John 
Thacker. h. 1864. Farming near Toronto, Canada. 

Walton, Francis William. 1879-83. Only son of the Eev. D. N. 

Walton, h. 1865. Sixth Form, 1882-3. Judd Exhib. Keble 

Coll., Oxford 
Ward, James Eyre Drummond. 1879-82. Son of James Jackson 

Ward. h. 1863. Joined 1st Batt. Duke of Cambridge's Own 

(Middlesex Eegiment), 1884. 

CHBISTMAS TEEM, 1879. 

Baker, Percy Thomas. 1879-86. Son of Thomas Henry Baker, h. 
1867. Sixth Form, 1884-6. Cricket Eleven, 1885-6. Trin. Coll., 
Oxford. 

Balfour, Claud Hamilton. 1879-81. Second son of Lewis Balfour 
(of Calcutta), b. 1864. Sixth Form, 1881. Clerk in the 
Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation, New York. 

Berkeley, Henry James Fitzhardinge. 1879-81. Third son of 
Eeginald Adolphus Eugene Berkeley, b, 1865. In business at 
Malta. 



A.D. 1879. Register. 191 

Booty, Horatio Edwin. 1879-82. Second son of James Horatio 
Booty, h. 1864. Football Fifteen, 1881. Clare Coll., Camb. 
Winner of the 100 yards race in the Inter-University Athletic 
Sports, 1885. B.A. 1886. 

Bryant, Harry. 1879-85. Fifth son of William John Daniel 
Bryant (Assistant Master at Tonbridge School). h. 1867. 
Cricket Eleven, 1884-5. Football Fifteen, 1884. Winner of 
the Points Cup in the Athletic Sports, 1885. In Morley's 
v^holesale house, London. 

Bryant, Herbert. 1879-86. Fourth son of Wilham John Daniel 
Bryant, h. 1867. Sixth Form, 1885-6. 

Collins, William Forman. 1879-85. Second son of William 
Anthony Collins, Q.C. h. 1867. Football Fifteen, 1884. Elec- 
trician. 

EvERiTT, Henry Eeeve. 1879-84. Second son of William Spencer 
Everitt. h. 1869. Articled to a Solicitor at Great Yarmouth. 

Fry, George Charles Lovell. 1879. Son of Edmund Fry. h. 1864. 
Articled to a Solicitor in London. 

Garrard, George Harry. 1879-84. Third son of Frederick Blackall 
Garrard, h. 1866. Football Fifteen, 1881-3. Captain. Clerk 
with a firm of Merchants in London. 

Jenkins, Walter. 1879-86. Eldest son of John Jenkins, h. 1868. 
At the Eoyal Indian Engineering College, Cooper's Hill. 

Jones, Herbert Champion. 1879-81. Son of William Anastasius 
Jones, h. 1864. At present in the London Bank of Mexico 
and South America. 

Key, Thomas Edward. 1879-83. Son of Frederick Key. h. 1863. 
Articled to an Architect in London. Besides at Streatham, Surrey. 

KuFAL, Hugo. 1879-80. Son of Wilhelm Kufal. h. 1864. 

Lloyd, William Edmund Eyre. 1879-83. (Afterwards at Bedford 
School). Son of William Henry Lloyd, h. 1867. 1st cl. in 
Oxford and Cambridge Certificate Examination, 1885. 

McBride, Henry Pole Brookland. 1879-82. Second son of Eobert 
McBride. h. 1870. 

McBride, Huband Knox. 1879-82. Eldest son of Eobert McBride. 
h. 1868. Died at Bruges by an accident in 1883. 

Nichols, Charles. 1879-81. Second son of Charles Nichols, h. 
1863. Sixth Form, 1881. Cricket Eleven, 1881. Football 
Fifteen, 1881. Jesus Coll., Camb. Sheep-farmer in New Zealand. 

Parry, Owen Clinton. 1879-84. Eldest son of Charles Clinton 
Parry, h.imi. Sixth Form, 1883-4. Judd Exhib. Entered 
Woolwich Eoyal Military Academy, 1884. Joined the Eoyal 
Engineers, 1885. 

Porter, Charles Wilham Hill. 1879-80. Youngest son of the 
Eev. John Leech Porter, h, 1864. Of no profession or busi- 
ness. Besides at Beading. 



192 Tonhridge School a.d. 1879. 

EocK, James Parthenay. 1879-82. Eldest son of James Eock. 
6. 1865. Learning the profession of an engineer in London. 

EosE, Charles Eichard. 1879-83. Son of Eichard George Eose. 
b. 1866. Second for the Scholarship for Tenor Voices at the 
Eoyal College of Music. Intends to • make singing his pro- 
fession. 

EuDD, Eric de Sioblade Sutherland. 1879-80. Elder son of Eric 
Eudd. b. 1864. Of no profession. 

Windsor, William John. 1879-82. (Afterwards at Lancing College). 
Son of William Windsor, b. 1867. Now at a private tutor's 
in London, preparing for competitive examinations. 

EASTEB TEEM, 1880. 

Case, Charles Eussell. 1880-2. (Afterwards at King's College 
School). Fourth son of James Case. b. 1865. 

"■'Collins, Lewis Eric George. 1880- . Third son of William 
Anthony Collius, Q.C. b. 1869. 

K^NNiNGTON, Charles. 1880-6. Eldest son of James Kennington. 
b. 1867. Football Fifteen, 1885. Learning the business of an 
accountant. 

Kennington, Edgar. 1880-5. Second son of James Kennington. 

b. 1869. Winner of the Points Cup in the Swimming Eaces, 

1885. Learning land-surveying preparatory to going to New 

Zealand. 
Lloyd, Evan Frank. 1880-1. Elder son of Major Ernest Marsh 

Lloyd, E.E. b. 1864. With a land-agent from 1882 to 1884. 

Intends emigrating to Florida. 

Napier, Cyril Craufurd. 1880-1. Son of WiUiam Donald Napier. 

b. 1864. 
St. Leger, Eobert Arthur. 1880-4. Fourth son of Frederick York 

St. Leger. b. 1865. Medical Student at Edinburgh University. 
St. Leger, Stratford Edward. 1880-4. Fifth son of Frederick 

York St. Leger. b. 1868. Now at the Diocesan College, 

Eondebosch, Cape Town, South Africa. 
Schrader, Eobert John. 3880-4. Son of Eobert Schrader. b. 1868. 

Toms, Charles Sefton Mackenzie. 1880-3. Second son of Thomas 

Harris Toms. b. 1866. Engineer. 
Toms, George Chester. 1880-2. Eldest son of Thomas Harris 

Toms. b. 1864. Trin. Hall, Camb. Solicitor. 
WooDLEY, Ernest James. 1880-3. Second son of Matthew Fuller 

Woodley. b. 1868. Eeading for the Army. Eesides at 

Bromley. 

* Now in the School. 



A.D. 1880. Register. 193 

SUMMER TEEM, 1880. 

Balfour, Alfred. 1880-3. Youngest son of Lewis Balfour (of 
Calcutta), b. 1870. On the training-ship Conioay at Liverpool, 
1884 to 1885. Now an apprentice in the British Ambassador. 

Beown, Arthur Campion. 1880-1. Eldest son of Arthur Wellesley 
Brown, b. 1862. Sixth Form, 1881. Keble Coll., Oxford. 
3rd cl. Theol. B.A. 1884. Wells Theol. Coll. Ordained 1885. 
Curate of the Parish Church, Wigan. 

Ceundwell, Arthur Maxwell. 1880-5. Eldest son of Arthur Smith 
Crundwell. b. 1870. Besides at Southborough. 

Danby, William Thomas Hall. 1880-4. Son of Wilham Charles 
Danby. b. 1866. Cricket Eleven, 1883-4. Besides in Lin- 
colnshire. 

Draper, Thomas Percy. 1880-3. Eldest son of Thomas Draper. 
b. 1864. Sixth Form, 1882-3. Head Boy. Judd Exhib. Cricket 
Eleven, 1882-3. Football Fifteen, 1882. Scholar of Clare Coll., 
Camb. 3rd cl. Class. Trip. B.A. 1886. 

Melbourn, Newell Wells. 1880-3. Eldest son of Newell Melbourn. 
b. 1866. Articled to a Solicitor. 

Moore, Frank. 1880-4. Son of James Lamb Moore, b. 1866. 
Articled to an architect. 

MussoN, Alfred William. 1880-3. Eldest son of WiUiam Edward 
Musson. b. 1865. Sixth Form, 1883. Judd Exhib. King's 
Coll., Camb. 3rd cl. Nat, Sci. Tri. Has passed part of the 
examinations for the M.B. degree. Intends to study for the 
Medical Profession at St. Thomas's Hospital, London. 

NiCHOLL, Hugh Burney. 1880-3. Youngest son of the Bev. John 
Bichard Nicholl. b. 1865. Football Fifteen, 1882-3. Clerk in 
a merchant's office. 

-NooT, William Frank. 1880- . Only son of Wilham Noot. b. 
1870. 

Parkes, Ernest Hadden. 1880-1. Elder son of the Bev. Samuel 
Hadden Parkes. b. 1866. Articled to an architect. 

Beeve, William Tankerville Monypenny. 1880-4. Son of Captain 
John Milward Beeve, B.N. b. 1866. At the Boyal Mihtary 
College, Sandhurst. 

BosHER, Henry Louis. 1880-2. Eldest son of Alfred Bosher. b. 
1866. Obtained a scholarship at the Oxford Military College. 
Joined the Dorsetshire Begiment, 1st Batt. (formerly the 39th 
Foot), 1885. 

*Smith, Wilfred Hugh Moore. 1880- . Third son of George Moore 
Smith, b. 1868. Sixth Form, 1884-6. 

Swire, Beginald Berkley. 1880-4. b. 1866. Besides at Southport. 

* Now in the School. 



194 Tonhridge School a.d. 1880. 

Walsh, Percy. 1880. Son of John Edwin Walsh, h. 1871. Be- 
sides at Tunbridge Wells. 

West, Arthur George Bainbridge. 1880-3. Second son of John 
West. Sixth Form, 1881-3. Smythe Exhib. Cricket Eleven, 
1881-3. Captain. Football Fifteen, 1881-2. New Coll., Oxford. 
3rd cl. Mods. 

West, William Edward Mylus. 1880-1. Third son of John West. 
h. 1865. Learning farming in Lincolnshire. 

CHBISTMAS TEEM, 1880. 

Allnutt, Charles Lea. 1880-1. Fom^th son of the Eev. Eichard 
Lea Allnutt. b. 1867. Student of Dental Surgery at the 
National Dental Hospital, London. 

Berners, Charles Arthur. 1880-3. (Now at Eton College.) Son 

of William Thomas Berners. 
Cope, Joseph Staines. 1880-5. Only son of James William Cope. 

b. 1867. Studying in Saxony for the profession of a mining 

engineer. 
Cox, Oswald. 1880-5. Third son of Homersham Cox (Old Ton- 

bridgian) . 
Foster, Francis Henry Archibald. 1880-1. Elder son of Charles 

Marshall Foster, b. 1864. Has been learning the brewing 

business at Maidstone. 
King, Ealph Maulkin. 1880-6. Fifth son of Frederick Wilham 

King. b. 1867. Cricket Eleven, 1885-6. Football Fifteen, 

1885. In the tea trade in London. 
Little, John Walter. 1880-4. Second son of the Eev. Joseph 

Eussell Little (Senior Assistant Master at Tonbridge School). 

b. 1866. Cricket Eleven, 1883-4. Preparing for the profession 

of an architect. 
Lucas, George Dacres. 1880-2. Son of the Eev. Charles Lucas. 

Passed through Dow^nton Agricultural College. Now learning 

land-agent's w^ork. 

Melbourn, Herbert Close. 1880-4. Second son of Newell Mel- 
bourn, b. 1868. Farming. 

ScHREiBER, Acton Lemuel. 1880-1. Son of the Eev. John Edward 
Lemuel Schreiber. b. 1865. Joined the Eoyal Engineers, 
1884. 

*Smith, Oswald Henry Moore. 1880- . Fourth son of George 
Moore Smith, b. 1869. Sixth Form, 1884-6. 

Turner, George James. 1880-2. (Afterwards at the King's School, 
Canterbury.) Second son of Anselm Turner, b. 1867. St. 
John's Coll., Cambridge. 

• Now in the School. 



A.D. 1881. Register. 195 

TwYCKOss, George Francis. 1880-3. Elder son of George Twycross. 
b. 1865. Non-collegiate Student at Oxford University. 

Twycross, John Beswicke. 1880-3. Younger son of George Twy- 
cross. h. 1868. Eesiding at Oxford. 

Williams, Llewellyn. 1880-2. Son of Henry Llewellyn Williams. 
Studying for the Medical Profession at St. Mary's Hospital, 
London. 

EASTER TEEM, 1881. 

Austen, Harold William Colmer. 1881-4. Son of Josiah Austen. 
Studying for the Medical Profession at St. Bartholomew's 
Hospital, London. 

Herbert, Douglas. 1881-2. Son of Major-General Charles Her- 
bert, b. 1865. Joined the Lincolnshire Eegiment (late 10th 
Foot), 1885. 

Jenkins, George. 1881-6. Second son of John Jenkins, b. 1870. 
Lachlan, George Thomas. 1881-4. Eldest son of George Lachlan. 
b. 1867. Clerk in a tea-merchant's office. 

MoNCKTON, Leshe Martin. 1881-3. Son of Frederick Monckton. 
b. 1867. Farming in New Zealand. 

Pope, Ernest. 1881. Son of the Eev. George Pope. b. 1868. 

Story, John. 1881-6. Fourth son of Henry John Story, b. 1867. 

Sixth Form, 1884-6. Cricket Eleven, 1885-6. Football Fifteen, 

1885. Caius Coll., Cambridge. 

Streeten, Francis Osborne. 1881-6. Only son of the Hon. William 
Warren Streeten (Old Tonbridgian) . Clerk on the London 
Stock Exchange. 

Ward, Wilham Timmis. 1881-2. Son of Henry Ward. b. 1866. 
Studying for the Medical Profession at University College 
Hospital, London. 

White, Leonard Hamilton. 1881-5. Seventh son of the Eev. 
John White, b. 1867. Sixth Form, 1883-5. Judd Exhib! 
Football Fifteen, 1884. Corpus Christi Coll., Oxford. 

SVMMEB TEBM, 1881. 

Barwell, Arthur Eoss. 1881-5. Son of Captain WilHam Blunt 
Barwell. b. 1866. Cricket Eleven, 1885. Football Fifteen, 
1884. Entered Sandhurst Eoyal Military College, 1885. 

Campbell, Percy Fitzgerald. 1881-3. Eighth son of Sir Edward 
Fitzgerald Campbell, Bart. b. 1866. Cricket Eleven, 1882. 
Eesides at Chilmarch, near Salisbury. 

Cross, Francis George. 1881-3. (Now at Dulwich College.) Fourth 
son of Thomas John Cross, b. 1870. 
o2 



196 Tonhridge School a.d. 1881. 

Davey, Bertram Henry. 1881-2. Son of Arthur Stevens Davey. 
b. 1867. Engaged in commercial business in London. 

Hayne, Henry Bertram Eobinson. 1881-5. Eldest son of Henry 
Hayne. b. 1867. Sixth Form, 1884-5. Articled to a Sohcitor 
at Tunbridge Wells. 

*Hayne, Louis Brightwell. 1881- . Second son of Henry Hayne. 
b. 1869. 

Jones, Arthur William Llewellyn. 1881-4. Elder son of the Eev. 
William Jones (Chaplain, Bombay), b. 1865. Studying for the 
Medical Profession at St. Bartholomew's Hospital. 

Kellett, Wilham Oswald. 1881-3. Eldest son of WilHam Kellett. 
b. 1867. Mining engineer. 

Malkin, George Eobert Green. 1881-2. Only surviving son of 
Eobert Smith Malkin. b. 1865. Matriculated in the 1st division 
at the London University, 1885. Eeading for the Final Soli- 
citors' Examination. 

Parkes, Edward Bayley Hadden. 1881. Younger son of the Eev. 
Samuel Hadden Parkes. b. 1867. Eesides at Wittersham 
Eectory, near Ashford. 

Eansom, Harry Alexander Vincent. 1881-6. Only son of Captain 
Henry Shearman Eansom. b. 1868. Sixth Form, 1882-6. 
Judd Exhib. St. John's Coll., Oxford. 

EocK, Frank Warner. 1881-5. Second son of James Eock. b. 1867. 
Studying for the Medical Profession at the London Hospital. 

EuDD, Henry Ayton Lindesay. 1881-6. Younger son of Eric Eudd. 
Sixth Form, 1883-6. Cricket Eleven, 1885-6. Captain. Judd 
Exhib. Scholar of Jesus Coll., Oxford. 

TiMiNS, Francis Charles. 1881-4. Eldest son of Captain Octavius 
Frederick Timins. b. 1866. Cricket Eleven, 1884. Eeading 
for a degree at the London University. 

Wheeler, Charles Trevor Ogle. 1881-3. Eldest son of Thomas 
Wittenburg Wheeler, b. 1866. Has been a student of the 
Surveyors' Institution, and is now at the Agricultural College, 
Downton. 

CHRISTMAS TERM, 1881. 

Bareington, Eichard Mordaunt. 1881-6. Son of Captain Josiah 
Thomas Barrington. b. 1866. Joined the Hampshire Eegi- 
ment, 1885. 

Benthall, Henry Everett. 1881-6. Eldest son of William Henry 
Benthall. b. 1867. Sixth Form, 1884-6. Smythe Exhib. Sizar 
of St. John's Coll., Cambridge. 

* Now in the School. 



A.D. 1881. Register. 197 

BiiAKiSTON, John Lionel. 1881-4. Third son of the Eev. Douglas 
Yeoman Blakiston. h. 1867. Studying for the Medical Pro- 
fession at King's College, London. 

Clarke, Henry Grahame. 1881-4. Second son of the Eev- Charles 
Granville Clarke, b. 1867. Sixth Form, 1882-4. Besides at 
Tunbridge Wells. 

Cronk, Cuthbert Henry. 1881-4. Only son of Henry Hickman 
Cronk. h. 1867. Studying for the musical profession at the 
Eoyal Academy of Music. 

Day, Edwin Herbert. 1881-5. Younger son of Horace Day, M.D. 
(late Bombay Army), With a Private Tutor. 

"Field, Francis George Elwes. 1881- . Third son of the Eev. 
Thomas Field, h. 1869. Sixth Form, 1886. 

Hardy. Frank Buckland. 1881-6. Son of Major-General Campbell 
Hardy, h. 1868. With a Private Tutor. 

Harland, Henry Cave. 1881-3. Son of Henry Harland, M.D. 
h. 1868. Farming in Kansas, U.S.A. 

"Hatt, Charles Clark. 1881- . Younger son of Thomas Clark 

Hatt. h. 1869. Cricket Eleven, 1886. 
Hatt, John Joseph. 1881-5. Elder son of Thomas Clark Hatt. 

h. 1867. Pupil of a Civil and Electrical Engineer in London. 
Jones, Eowland Francis Hugh. 1881-5. Second son of the Eev. 

William Jones (Chaplain, Bombay), h. 1867. Studying for 

the Medical Profession at St. Bartholomew's Hospital. 

"Mayne, Jonathan Webster Corython. 1881- . Elder son of the 
Eev. Jonathan Mayne. h. 1868. Sixth Form, 1885-6. 

Poland, Eustace Bernard. 1881-2. Youngest son of Charles Poland. 
h. 1865. Besides at Littlehampton. 

Simpson, Godfrey William. 1881-4. Son of Thomas Fox Simpson. 
h. 1865. Football Fifteen, 1883. Studying for the Medical 
Profession. 

Skottowe, John Coulson. 1881-5. Son of Nicholas Joseph Skot- 
towe. h. 1866. Beading for the Medical Profession at Edin- 
burgh University. 

Thackrah, Wilham Harold. 1881-4. Son of WilHam Thackrah. 
h. 1869. 

Tindall, Edward Abbey. 1881-5. Second son of the Eev. Eichard 
Abbey Tindall. h. 1866. Sixth Form, 1885. Judd Exhib. 
Also Exhibitioner of Clare Coll., Cambridge. 

"Turner, Cyril Edward. 1881- . Third son of Anselm Turner. 
h. 1870. Sixth Form, 1886. 

Wolfe, John Eichard. 1881-2. Son of John Eichard Wolfe, h. 
1868. Besides at Highbury, near London. 

* Now in the School. 



198 Tonhridge School a.d. 1881. 

Wolfe, Thomas Henry. 1881-3. Son of John Eichard Wolfe, h, 
1866. Resides at Highbury, near London. 

EASTEB TEEM, 1882. 

Baldwin, Alexander Bertie. 1882-6. Youngest son of Hartley 
Baldwin, b. 1868. Preparing for Cambridge with a Private 
Tutor. 

Casabianca, Walter Hope Louis. 1882-4. Only son of Samuel 
Emile Casabianca. b. 1866. On the London Stock Exchange. 

Hind, Eichard Jackson. 1882-3. Only son of Eichard Hind. b. 
1866. Went for two years to the Eoyal Agricultural College at 
Cirencester. Now a sugar-planter in Jamaica. 

Johnstone, Archibald Pulteney. 1882-4. Second son of Gideon 
Pulteney Johnstone, b. 1868. Articled to a Solicitor in London. 

Johnstone, Ernest Clarke Pulteney. 1882-4. Eldest son of Gideon 
Pulteney Johnstone, b. 1866. Cricket Eleven, 1884. Football 
Fifteen, 1883. Studying at Edinburgh University for the Medical 
Profession. 

Johnstone, Vivian Pulteney. 1882-4. Third son of Gideon Pulteney 
Johnstone, b. 1870. Cavendish Coll., Cambridge. 

'''Le Fleming, Hugh. 1882- . Fourth son of John Le Fleming. 

b. 1870. 
'-^Michael, Cyril Eden. 1882- . Second son of W^alter Amos Michael. 

b. 1871. 

*Pakiiy, Noel Francis Clinton. 1882- . Second son of Charles 
Clinton Parry, b. 1868. Sixth Form, 1886. 

Stuaet, Charles Musila Malcolm. 1882-4. Only son of Charles 
Alexander Stuart, b. 1869. At King's College, London. 

Venosta, Carlino Flaminio. 1882. Son of Flaminio Venosta. b. 
1865. Clerk in the Chichester Branch of the London and 
County Bank. 

Waddington, Albert. 1882-5. Eldest son of Albert Waddington. 

b. 1869. In the Enghsh Civil Service. 
Wilson, John Furnival. 1882. Son of Eobert Wilson, b. 1866. 

SUMMER TEEM, 1882. 

BuEKiNSHAW, Charles Herbert. 1882-3. Younger son of Joseph 
John Burkinshaw. b. 1866. At present learning a merchant's 
business at Hull. 

Cowell, John Edward. 1882-5. Son of Charles Henry Cowell. 
b. 1867. Eesides at Ipswich. 

Durbridge, Thomas. 1882-3. Son of Thomas Durbridge. b. 1867. 

* Now in the School. 



A.D. 1882. Register. 199 

Feasee, Harry John. 1882. Son of John Hasel Fraser. h. 1868. 

Giles, Eustace. 1882-5. Third son of Thomas Giles, J. P. h. 
1866. Stud3dng for the Ll.B. degree at Adelaide University, 
South Australia. 

HoENE, Amedee Percy. 1882-5. Third son of William Home. 
Football Fifteen, 1881. 

Keee, William. 1882-5. Youngest son of Thomas Eichardson 
Kerr. h. 1866. Sixth Form, 1881-5. Learning engineering at 
Messrs. Aveling and Porter's, Eochester. 

■""Knightley, Walter Eandall. 1882- . Second son of Thomas 
Edward Knightley. h. 1869. 

Leathes, Carteret Eustace de Mussenden. 1882-6. Eldest son of 
the Eev. Carteret Henry Leathes. h. 1867. Probably going to 
Cambridge. 

■^Leathes, Hill de Mussenden. 1882- . Second son of the Eev. 
Carteret Henry Leathes. b. 1869. 

MoNCKTON, Owen Martin. 1882-3. Second son of Frederick Monckton. 
h. 1868. Farming in New Zealand. 

PooLEY, George Henry. (Now at Lancing College.) 1882-3. Eldest 
son of the Eev. John George Pooley. h. 1867. 

EoBSON, Thomas Stretton. 1882-5. Son of Thomas Eobson. h, 
1869. 

Shaw, Grenville Eeid. 1882-4. Son of Charles Forbes Hodgson 
Shaw. h. 1868. Eesides in London. 

Tayloe, Eay Washington. 1882-3. Son of the Eev. Eaynsford 

Taylor, h. 1869. 
Whitehead, Charles Balston. 1882-5. Eldest son of Charles 

Whitehead (Old Tonbridgian). h. 1867. Worcester Coll., 

Oxford. 

CHBISTMAS TEEM, 1882. 

*Abeey, Wilham John. 1882- . Son of John Abrey, b. 1871. 

Alexandee, Frederick W'llliam. 1882-4. Son of James Alexander. 
b. 1867. In Vienna. 

Allinson, Arthur Hulton. 1882-5. Eldest son of John Allinson, 
M.D. b. 1869. Now with a Private Tutor. 

Ball, Edward. 1882. Son of William St. James Ball. b. 1867. 

*Baekee, Edward Henry. 1882- . Fourth son of the Eev. John 
Collier Barker, b. 1870. 

*BoND, Cyril. 1882- . Second son of the Eev. William Henry 
Bond. b. 1871. 

* Now in the School. 



200 Tonbridge School a.d. 1882. 

Bromwich, John Sheriffe. 1882-3. Second son of John Bromwich. 
h. 1866. Studied chemistry at University College, London. 
Now learning brewing at Guildford. 

*Beyant, Edward Ernest. 1882- . Sixth son of William John 
Daniel Bryant (Assistant Master at Tonbridge School), h. 1870. 
Sixth Eorm, 1886. 

Cartee, Hugh Eonald. 1882-5. Eldest son of Hugh Carter, h. 

1867. Studying for the Medical Profession at St. Mary's 
Hospital, London. 

Chambers, Walter Theodore Gervase. 1882-4. Third son of Charles 

Harcourt Chambers, h. 1871. 
'''Collins, Victor Evelyn. 1882- . Fourth son of William Anthony 

Collins, Q.C. h. 1872. 

Doughty, Ernest Christie. 1882-5. Second son of the Eev. Ernest 
George Doughty, h. 1868. Preparing for Sandhurst. 

Doughty, Frederick Ernest. 1882-6. Eldest son of tJie Eev. 
Ernest George Doughty, h. 1867. St. Peter's Coll., Cam.b. 

Draper, Ernest George. 1882-6. Eldest son of George William 
Draper, h. 1868. 

Drawbridge, Cyprian Leycester. 1882-5. Eldest son of the Eev. 
William Barker Drawbridge, h. 1868. 

Drawbridge, William Hamilton. 1882-6. Second son of the Eev. 
William Barker Drawbridge, h. 1870. Now at Lynn Grammar 
School. 

Erckmann, Felix Albert Constantino. 1882-4. Third son of Ernest 
Julius Augustus Erckmann. h. 1867. Clerk in a wholesale 
business in London. 

FisoN, George Hey. 1882-6. Eldest son of Samuel Fison. h. 
1869. Football Fifteen, 1885. Studying engineering ; intends 
eventually to enter the Army. 

Eraser, Lyons David. 1882-4. Son of Colonel Thomas Lyons 
Eraser, h. 1862. Football Fifteen, 1884. Now at the Eoyal 
Military Academy, Woolwich. 

'''Geldart, Wilfred Charles. 1882- . Second son of the Eev. 

Henry Geldart. Z>. 1869. Sixth Form, 1884-6. Head Boy, 1885-6. 
Giles, Henry O'Halloran. 1882-5. Youngest son of Thomas Giles, 

J.P. h. 1868. Studying for the Ll.B. degree at the University 

of Adelaide, South Australia. 

Grenfell, Arthur Pascoe. 1882-4. Son of Edward Grenfell. h. 

1868. Now at the Eoyal Military Academy, Woolwich. 

*HiLL, Neville Gardner. 1882- . Fourth son of the Eev. John 
Spencer Hill. h. 1868. Sixth Form, 1885-6. 

'•'Jerram, John Henry. 1882- . Elder son of John B. Jerram. h, 
1871. 

* Now in the School. 



A.D. 1883. Register. 201 

Landee, Harold Clapbam. 1882-4. Youngest son of Richard Smith 
Lander, h. 1868. Architectural pupil. 

McQueen, Charles Herbert. 1882. Son of James McQueen, h. 
1869. 

Mallam, John Stewart. 1882-6. Eldest son of Henry Parr Mallam. 
h. 1868. Cricket Eleven, 1886. Will probably enter the pro- 
fession of a chartered accountant. 

Mercer, Arthur Lambert. 1882-4. Son of Robert Mercer (of 
Sittingbourne). h. 1872. 

'•'Pearce, Bertram Y7ilson. 1882- . Second son of the Rev. George 
Philips Pearce. h. 1869. Sixth Form, 1886. 

Plowright, William George. 1882-5. Second son of Edward 
Plowright. h. 1868. 

"ScHREiBER, Francis Longe. 1882- . Third son of the Rev. Henry 
Ware Schreiber. h. 1869. 

Scott, Francis Walter. 1882-3. Son of Walter Scott, h. 1871. 

Steapp, Charles Leopol. 1882-5. Younger son of William Strapp. 
h. 1867. Football Fifteen, 1884. Studying engineering at the 
Crystal Palace Engineering School. Winner of the Mile Chal- 
lenge Cup at the EDgineering School Sports. 

Sylvester, Francis Holden. 1882-5. Sixth son of Samuel Augustus 
Sylvester, h. 1868. Now at Brampton School. 

"ToMKiNS, Harry Leith. 1882- . Eldest son of Samuel Leith 
Tomkins. h. 1870. 

Toms, Leslie Graham. 1882-6. Third son of Thomas Harris Toms. 
h. 1867. Reading for Lond. Univ. Matriculation. 

Waddelow, John Joseph. 1882-6. Only son of John Waddelow. 
h. 1868. Reading for the Medical Profession. 

Westbrook, Leonard Thomas. 1882-4. Eldest son of Thomas 
Westbrook. h. 1869. Now at school at Blackheath. Will 
shortly go into an office in London. 

Wheelwright, Rowland. 1882-3. Son of John Hanley Wheel- 
wright, h. 1867. Resides at Edgware, Middlesex. 

WiCKiNS, Harry Reginald. 1882-4. Son of Henry White Wickins. 
h. 1869. In business in London. 



EASTEB TEEM, 1883. 

Addison, Leonard Percy. 1883-6. Only son of the Rev. Leonard 
Addison, h. 1868. Sixth Form, 1884-6. Judd Exhib. Corpus 
Christi Coll., Cambridge. 

^^Baker, Lionel. 1883- . Son of Thomas Henry Baker, h. 1870. 
* Now in the School. 



202 Tonhridge ScJiool a.d. 1883. 

Bell, Charles Carlyle. 1883-5. Eldest son of William Warden 
Bell. b. 1868. Going shortly to Oxford University. 

BuETT, Charles Killick. 1883-5. Son of Edward Eobert Burtt. b. 

1867. In business in London. Besides at Edenbridge. 

Burtt, Edward. 1883-5. Son of Edward Eobert Burtt. b. 1868. 
In business in London. Besides at Edenbridge. 

'••Chesterton, Arthur George. 1883- . Eldest son of Arthur 
Chesterton, b. 1871. 

"Cox, Bobert Arthur. 1883- . Eldest son of Colonel Bobert Emilius 
Cox. b. 1870. 

Gaelant, Herbert Charles. 1883-5. Only son of Charles Garlant. 
b. 1868. Football Fifteen, 1884. Studying for the business of 
an accountant. 

Geaham, Frank Gordon. 1883. Son of General Gerald Graham. 
b. 1866. 

Griffith, Alexander. 1883- . Only son of the Bev. Alexander 
Griffith, b. 1868. Sixth Form, 1885-6. Judd Exhib. Also 
Exhibitioner of Wadh. Coll., Oxford. 

^Hamilton, John Arthur. 1883- . Fourth son of Colonel George 
Hamilton, b. 1870. 

Jarvis, Thomas Leslie Hartman. 1883-4. b. 1868. In Antigua, 
West Indies. 

*Kennington, Allan. 1883- . Third son of James Kennington. 
b. 1870. 

''Trissick, Cuthbert. 1883- . Third son of Thomas Butterworth 
Prissick. b. 1871. 

Prissick, Thomas Hazen. 1883-5. Eldest son of Thomas Butter- 
w^orth Prissick. b. 1868. Preparing for the Home Civil 
Service. 

Selmes, Henry Piper. 1883-6. Second son of James Selmes. 6. 

1868. Football Fifteen, 1885. Learning farming. 

WiLMOT, Frederick William. 1883-5. Third son of George Wilmot. 
b. 1868. Studying in the Engineering Department of King's 
College, London. 

SUMMEB TEEM, 1883. 

Bylth, Ernest Howell. 1883-6. Elder son of Arthur Blyth. b. 

1868. Clerk in a bank. 
Burton, Percy. 1883-5. Only son of John Burton, b. 1869. 

Studying for the Legal Profession. 
*CoRNFOOT, David Henry Harman. 1883- . Eldest son of David 

Cornfoot. b. 1869. 

* Now in the School, 



A.D. 1883. Register. 203 

"CoENFooT, Harold Dyer. 1883- . Second son of David Cornfoot. 

h. 1870. 
Hamilton, Clarence Howard. 1883-5. Third son of Colonel George 

Hamilton, h. 1869. 
'"''Hart, Walter Gray. 1883- . Eldest son of Edward Aubrey Hart. 

h. 1869. 
"^Hartree, John. 1883- . Eldest son of John Penn Hariree, M.D. 

h. 1869. 
Hayward, Frederick George. 1883-5. Son of the Eev. Frederick 

Lawson Hayward. h. 1866. Cricket Eleven, 1883-5. Football 

Fifteen, 1883-4. Jesus Coll., Cambridge. Suffolk Eegiment, 

3rd Batt. 
Heginbothom, Charles. 1883-5. Only son of Charles Heginbothom. 

h. 1868. Learning engineering in London. 
"Johnson, Clement. 1883- . Fifth son of Matthew Warton 

Johnson, h. 1870. 
KiLLiK, Frederick Arthur. 1883-5. Eldest son of Arthur Killik. 

h. 1870. Resides iu London. 

*Martin, William Egerton. 1883- . Second son of the Rev. 
William Eycott Martin, h. 1869. 

Miller, Leonard Lockhart. 1883-6. Only son of Colonel John 
Lockhart Miller. h. 1870. Received the Royal Humane 
Society's Medal for rescuing a child from drowning in the 
Medway in October, 1885. 

"Prissick, Robert Morris Hazen. 1883- . Second son of Thomas 
Butterworth Prissick. h. 1869. 

PuREFOY, Edward Bagwell. 1883-5. Son of Edward Bagwell 
Purefoy. h. 1868. Reading with a Private Tutor. 

Sturdee, Alfred William. 1883-5. Eldest son of Alfred Barnes 
Sturdee. h. 1869. Studying for the Medical Profession at the 
London Hospital. 

*Timins, George Ernest. 1883- . Second son of Captain Octavius 
Frederick Timins. h. 1871. Sixth Form, 1886. 

WiNGATE, William Warburton. 1883-4. Son of William Wingate. 
Studying for the Medical Profession at Guy's Hospital, London. 

CHBISTMAS TEEM, 1883. 

'^Arnold, Robert Antony. 1883- . Eldest son of Alfred Augustus 
Arnold, b. 1869. 

*Baker, Charles Maurice. 1883- . Son of Thomas Henry Baker. 
b. 1872. 

-'"Barchard, Francis Caesar. 1883- . Son of Captain George Bar- 
chard, b. 1868. Cricket Eleven, 1885-6. 

* Now in the School. 



204 Tonhridge School a.d. 1883. 

Beeman, Annesley Owen. 1883-6. Third son of Isaac Beeman. 
h. 1870. In business in London. 

Beeman, Francis Joseph. 1883-5. Second son of Isaac Beeman. 
h. 1869. In business in London. 

'''Bell, Charles Frederick. 1883- . Second son of Eobert John 
Bell. h. 1870. 

Berncastel, Fitzwilliam Charles. 1883-5. Son of Julius Bern- 
castel (Assistant Master at Tonbridge School), h. 1870. 

"Bloxham, Thomas Horace. 1883- . Second son of Stephen 
Bloxham. h. 1868. 

'•'Beowning, Bertie Percy. 1883- . Second son of Harold Con- 
stantine Browning, b. 1868. Sixth Form, 1886. 

Clarke, William Somerville. 1883-6. Third son of the Eev. Charles 
Granville Clarke, h. 1868. Besides at Tanbridge Wells. 

Goldie, Alexander Lewis. 1883-6. Second son of Lewis Alexander 
Grant Goldie. h. 1870. Beading for the Law. Has passed 
the Preliminary Solicitors' Examination. 

'"Hartree, William. 1883- . Second son of John Penn Hartree, 
M.D. h. 1870. 

HoLBEN, Philip Montfort. 1883-5. (Now at Bedford School.) Son 
of Eichard Eowley Holbeu. h. 1870. Besides in Cambridgeshire. 

'''Kent, William George. 1883- . Youngest son of John Kent. 6.1870. 

KiDD, Frederick Newman. 1883. Son of Charles Newman Kidd. 

h. 1870. 
"Knox, Charles Douglas. 1883- . Elder son of Captain John 

Knox. 6. 1871. 

'^'Nicolas, Harris Aylwin. 1883- . Son of ihe Rev. Percy Nicolas. 
h. 1869. Sixth Form, 1885-6. 

Oldham, Walter Frederick. 1883-6. Fourth son of James Oldham. 
h. 1869. Sixth Form, 1885-6. Cricket Eleven, 1886. Football 
Fifteen, 1884-6. Winner of the Points Cup in the Athletic 
Sports, 1886. Reading for the Indian Civil Service. 

'^Perry, WilHam. 1883- . Son of Samuel Perry, h. 1869. 

Phillips, Richard Baxter. 1883-5. Second son of John Edward 

Phillips, b. 1869. 
Pyke-Nott, James Sherrard. 1883-5. Son of John Nott Pyke- 

Nott. b. 1869. Football Fifteen, 1885. Resides at Swimbridge, 

Devonshire. 

*Reina, Hilton George Bruce. 1883- . Only son of Victor Reina. 
6. 1868. Cricket Eleven, 1886. Football Fifteen, 1885. 

-''Richardson, James Jardine. 1883- . Only son of Thomas William 
Johnstone Richardson, b. 1873. 

♦ Now in the School. 



A.D. 1884. Register, 205 

ScHRADEE, Arthur Benjamin. 1883-5. Son of Eobert Schrader. h. 
1870. 

'''Tasker, Duncan Campbell Arthur. 1883- . Son of John Campbell 
Wheatley Tasker. h. 1869. 

Todd, Cyril Herbert. 1883. Son of Herbert Todd. h. 1873. 

'''WiLLOUGHBY-OsBORNE, Arthur de Vere. 1883- . Second son of 
John William Willoughby-Osborne. h. 1869. 

EASTER TEEM, 1884. 

'''Chesterton, Sydney Walter. 1884- . Second son of Arthur 
Chesterton. 6. 1873. 

CooTE, Andrew Leslie. 1884-5. Son of Arthur Coote. b. 1869. 

'''Evans, WiUiam Hale. 1884- . Son of John Eussell Evans, b. 
1869. Sixth Form, 1886. 

Flint, Frederick Sayer. 1884-5. Son of the Eev. William Flint. 
b. 1868. Eeading for the Medical Profession in London. 

*Horne, Edmund Larkin. 1884- . Fourth son of William Home. 
b. 1869. 

Illingworth, Hampden Holden. 1884-5. Son of Alfred Illing- 
worth. b. 1867. Now at Owen's College, Manchester. 

'-''EoBERTSON, Henry Charles. 1884- . Second son of the Eev. 
Charles Hope Eobertson. b. 1869. 

'''Smallpeice, Frank Albert. 1884- . Second son of the Eev. 
Albert Smallpeice. 6. 1868. Sixth Form, 1886. 

Thurston, Edward Whitfield. 1884-6. Elder son of Edward Whit- 
field Thurston, M.D. b. 1870. 

*Vaux, Charles Alfred. 1884- . Fourth son of Alfred Vaux. b. 

1871. 
=i^VAux, Percy. 1884- . Second son of Alfred Vaux. b. 1869. 

SUMMER TERM, 1884. 

'''Bartleet, Horace Wilton. 1884- . Younger son of Horace 
Bartleet. b. 1870. 

'''Cockburn, Joseph Edward Grant. 1884- . Eldest son of Joseph 
Cockburn. 6. 1870. 

DoDD, Frederick Lawson. 1884-6. Son of Charles Tattershall 
Dodd. b. 1868. Preparing for the profession of a dentist. 

'''FowKE, Francis Eoger Eede. 1884- . Only son of Frank Eede 

Fowke. b. 1871. 
Gibbons, Thomas Morgan. 1884-5. Son of Eobert Andrew Gibbons. 

b. 1869. Football Fifteen, 1885. 

* Now in the School. 



206 Tonhridge School a.d. 1884. 

GiMSON, Henry Carwardine. 1884-5. (Now at Chelmsford School.) 
Son of William Gimson. h. 1870. 

Geeaves, Percy Christian. 1884-5. Eldest son of John Oldroyd 
Greaves. 6. 1868. Preparing for the profession of a Civil and 
Mining Engineer. 

Hamilton, Charles Conrad. 1884-5. (Now at Wellington College.) 
Fifth son of Colonel George Hamilton, h. 1873. 

Hummel, Horace James Jordan. 1884-5. Eldest son of Captain 
Horace William Hummel, h. 1869. Studying at the Crystal 
Palace Engineering School. 

''''Lanfeae, Bertram. 1884- . Third son of William Burbidge 
■ Lanfear. h. 1870. 

'•'Lovegeove, Harold. 1884- . Second son of Arthur Lovegrove. 
h. 1872. 

EocK, George Hawkins. 1884-5. (Now at the King's School, 
Warwick.) Third son of James Eock. 6. 1870. 

'•'EucK, Sydney Charles. 1884- . Eldest son of Charles John Euck 
h. 1873. 

'■''Simmons, Albert. 1884- . Fifth son of Henry Simmons, b. 1870. 

'•'White, Wilfred Arthur. 1884- . Third son of Thomas Jennings 
White (Old Tonbridgian) . h. 1870. 

Whitehuest, Charles Ernest. 1884-5. Son of Henry Whitehurst. 
h. 1868. In business at Bolton, Lancashire. 

"'WiCKiNS, Bertram Valentine Weller. 1884- . Second son of Henry 
White Wickins. h. 1873. 



CHBISTMAS TEEM, 1884. 

^Allfeey, Frederic Henry. 1884- . Second son of Francis Allfrey. 

h. 1873. 
-''Benthall, Edward John. 1884- . Third son of William Henry 

Benthall. h. 1869. 

BiNG, Andrew Blythe. 1884-5. Son of Eobert Henry Bing. h, 

1873. 
BiNG, Henry Malkin. 1884-5. Son of Eobert Henry Bing. h. 1872. 

"•'Blakiston, William Peyton. 1884- . Fourth son of the Eev. 
Douglas Yeoman Blakiston. h. 1870. 

''''Booty, Clifford William. 1884- . Fifth son of James Horatio 
Booty. 6. 1873. 

'''Booty, Percy Frederick. 1884- . Third son of James Horatio 
Booty. 6. 1870. 

■-■''Booty, Sidney. 1884- . Fourth son of James Horatio Booty, h. 
1871. 

* Now in the School, 



A.D. 1885. Register. 207 

"Cambier, Walter William. 1884- . Only son of Commander 
William Alfred Cambier, E.N. 6. 1871. 

"^'CoE, Charles Henry. 1884- . Eldest son of the Eev. John William 
Coe, D.D. h. 1871. 

'''Finn, Sidney Wallace. 1884- . Eldest son of Wallace Finn, h. 
1867. Sixth Form, 1885-6. Elected to (but declined) a Sizar- 
ship at St. John's Coll., Cambridge. 

*Jaques, John Hartforth. 1884- . Only son of John Carter Jaques. 
6. 1870. 

*Maeshall, Archibald Maclain. 1884- . Fourth son of James 
Archibald Marshall, h. 1872. 

"^'Marshall, James Maclain. 1884- , Third son of James Archibald 
Marshall, h. 1872. 

Pennell, Eichard Henry Edmund. 1884-5. Son of George Brice 
Pennell. 6. 1872. 

Plowright, Charles Gale. 1884-6. Third son of Edward Plow- 
right, h. 1870. 

Stacey, Eobert Hugh. 1884-6. Fifth son of Samuel Lloyd Stacey. 
h. 1867. St. John's Coll., Camb. 

"Storrs, Arthur Harold. 1884- . Second son of the Eev. George 
Noel Storrs. h. 1871. 

''■■Storrs, Herbert Noel. 1884- . Third son of the Eev. George 
Noel Storrs. h. 1873. 

EASTEB TEEM, 1885. 

'••"Bateman, Percy Elliott. 1885- . Only son of Henry Bateman. 
6. 1871. 

"■Beeching, Eichard. 1885- . Fourth sou of Arthur Thomas 
Beeching. 6. 1870. 

*Beeman, John Wilmshurst. 1885- . Fourth son of Isaac Beeman 
6. 1873. 

"^Cadman, William Heaton Eadclyffe. 1885- . Eldest son of Colonel 
William Edward Cadman. 6. 1871. 

^Clayton, Charles Miller. 1885- . Eldest son of Charles Darley 
Clayton. 6. 1868. 

De la Condamine, Eobert Cecil. 1885-6. Eldest son of John 
de la Condamine. h. 1869. 

"^'Halse, Herbert Samler. 1885- . Second son of James John 
Halse. h. 1871. 

'''Halse, Montague James. 1885- . Eldest son of James John 
Halse. 6. 1869. 

* Now in the School. 



208 Tonbridge School a.d. 1885. 

-Hey, Samuel. 1885- . Only son of Samuel Hey. b. 1870. 
-HoRNE, William Worthy. 1885- . Fifth son of William Home. 

b. 1871. 
"^'Kennington, Sydney. 1885- . Fourth son of James Kennington. 

b. 1872. 
"^'MoNYPENNY, Sinclair Howard. 1885- . Third son of the Eev. 

Philip Howard Monypenny. b. 1870. 
''^NoRSWOKTHY, Cyril Proctor. 1885- . Third son of William Pain 

Weston Norsworthy. b. 1868. 
"^'O'Grady, Henry de Courcy. 1885- . Third son of Standish de 

Courcy O'Grady. b. 1873. 
-O'Grady, Standish de Courcy. 1885- . Second son of Standish 

de Courcy O'Grady. b. 1872. 
Simmons, Horace. 1885. Seventh son of Henry Simmons, b. 1873. 
'''Speechly, Andrew Leslie Grove. 1885- . Third son of the 

Eight Eeverend John Martindale Speechly, Bishop of Travan- 

core. b. 1872. 
^Speechly, John Montgomery. 1885- . Second son of the Eight 

Eeverend John Martindale Speechly, Bishop of Travancore. 

b. 1870. 

SUMMER TEEM, 1885. 

'''Aston, Eandolph Littleton. 1885- . Sixth son of the Eev. John 

Astbury Aston, b. 1869. Cricket Eleven, 1886. 
-Bishop, Charles Bouchier. 1885- . Second son of WilHam May 

Bishop, b. 1871. 
-Cardell, Edward Stewart. 1885- . Elder son of George Cardell, 

M.D. 6. 1870. 
Clarkson, Ernest Eobert Townley. 1885. Eldest son of the Eev. 

George Arthur Clarkson. 6. 1870. 

-Clarkson, Geoffrey. 1885- . Second son of the Eev. George 

Arthur Clarkson. b. 1872. 
Dawson, Eoger. 1885-6. Third son of James Dawson, b. 1870. 
'■'Hummel, Eobert Henry. 1885- . Second son of Captain Horace 

William Hummel. 6. 1870. 
-KoRTRTGHT, Charles Jesse. 1885- . Third son of Augustus Kort- 

right. b. 1871. 
'-i'KoRTRiGHT, Mounteney. 1885- . Fourth son of Augustus Kort- 

right. 6. 1872. 
Lb Fleming, Edward Ealph. 1885-6. Third son of John Le 

Fleming. 6. 1869. 

* Now in the School. 



A.D. 1885. Register. 209 

Lombard, Charles Edward. 1885-6. Only son of Gustave Lombard. 
h. 1871. Now at Brampton School. 

'■'Margetts, Arthur Pearson. 1885- . Eldest son of Captain William 
George Margetts. h. 1872. 

''■'MiLBUEN, Eobert Gordon. 1885- . Eldest son of Eobert Milbm-n. 

h. 1870. 
"•''Egberts, Caryl Cameron. 1885- . Only son of Alfred Eoberts. 

h. 1871. 

"Savill, Howard Shaw. 1885- . Third son of Walter Savill. h. 

1871. 
"Stevens, Francis Hugh. 1885- . Second son of William Carr 

Stevens, h. 1870. 
"^'Sylvester, Herbert Mayris. 1885- . Seventh son of Samuel 

Augustus Sylvester. 6. 1870. 

^Turner, Gerald Francis. 1885- . Third son of Anselm Turner. 
h. 1870. 

*Watson, Charles Eobert. 1885- . Eldest son of George Samuel 
Watson, h. 1870. 

"^'Watson, George Trustram. 1885- . Second son of George Samuel 
Watson. 6. 1871. 

Wharton, Charles Henry. 1885. Eldest son of the Eev. Arthur 
Paterson Wharton, h. 1873. 

Wharton, Eeginald Arthur. 1885. Second son of the Eev. Arthur 
Paterson Wharton. 6. 1874. 

"^'WoRTHiNGTON, Edward Henry Burdett. 1885- . Eldest son of 
Eichard Burton Worthington. h. 1871. 

CHBISTMAS TEEM, 1885. 

^Balfour, Colin Denison. 1885- . Son of Mackintosh Balfour. 

b. 1875. 
"Brittain, Francis Henry. 1885- . Third son of Thomas Brittain. 

b. 1871. 
''=Brown, Harry. 1885- . Eldest son of Harry Brown, b. 1869. 

Sixth Form, 1886. 
''^Buckler, Guy. 1885- . Fifth son of John Eussell Buckler, b. 

1869. 
*Cox, Charles Neville Machell. 1885- . Third son of the Eev. 

John Charles Cox, Ll.D. b. 1871. 
*Cox, Wilfred Machell. 1885- . Fourth son of the Eev. John 

Charles Cox, Ll.D. b. 1873. 
'''Ferguson, John Eobert Mackenzie. 1885- . Eldest son of John 

Alexander Ferguson, b. 1875. 

* Now in the School. 



210 Tonhridge School a.d. 1885. 

■-^GoLDiE, Frank Wilhelm. 1885- . Third son of Lewis Alexander 
Grant Goldie. 6. 1874. 

"^'Gbaham, Arthur Smith. 1885- . Fourth son of Christopher North 
Graham (Old Tonbridgian). h. 1871. 

"^'HoBSON, Archibald Campbell. 1885- . Second son of Major- 
General Julian Campbell Hobson. h. 1871. 

Jenkins, Horace. 1885-6. Third son of John Jenkins, h. 1871. 

"^Le Fleming, Ernest Kaye. 1885- . Fifth son of John Le Fleming. 
h. 1872. 

^''MacAndrew, Kenneth Alexander. 1885- . Eldest son of George 
MacAndrew. 6. 1872, 

*Pilcher, John Taylor. 1885- . Eldest son of Thomas Pilcher. 
b. 1869. 

^Pinkney, Stanley Clare. 1885- . Youngest son of David Gullon 
Pinkney. h. 1870. 

'''Eeid, Lister Livingstone. 1885- . Second son of William Living- 
stone Reid. h. 1869. Football Fifteen, 1885-6. Cricket Eleven, 
1886. 

"^'Saeel, Sydney Lancaster. 1885- . Youngest son of Thomas 
Sarel. h. 1872. 

*TiNDALL, Arthur Lea Butler. 1885- . Third son of the Rev. 
Richard Abbey Tindall. 6. 1868. 

Turner, Arthur Scott. 1885- . Eldest son of John Sidney Turner. 



""'6. 1870. 



EASTEB TEEM, 1886. 

'^'Cardell, Maurice George. 1886- . Second son of George Cardell, 
M.D. h. 1872. 

^Charlton Arthur LesHe. 1886- . Second son of John Sills 
Charlton. 6. 1872. 

^-Eagle, Walter Rhoads. 1886- . Youngest son of William 
Pleasant Eagle, h. 1870. 

^'Griffiths, Wilham Ewart. 1886- . Eldest son of WilHam 
Griffiths, h. 1870. 

*Jackson, Francis Alfred. 1886- . Eldest son of Captain John 
Boddington Jackson, h. 1873. 

*Kenward, Arthur James. 1886- . Second son of Trayton 
Kenward. h. 1872. 

*Lang, Hugh Main waring. 1886- . Third son of the Rev. Owen 
Charles Seymour Lang. 6. 1870. 

^Michael, Reginald Warburton. 1886- . Third son of Walter 
Amos Michael, h. 1874. 

* Now in the School. 



A.D. 1886. Register. 211 

*Peery, Henry Harold. 1886- . Second son of Henry Eobert 

Perry, h. 1871. 
*Selmes, Ernest Edward. 1886- . Third son of James Selmes. 

6. 1869. 

*ToMKiNS, Percy Leith. 1886- . Second son of Samuel Leith 
Tomkins. b. 1871. 



SUMMER TEEM, 1886. 

*Beeman, Henry Leonard. 1886- . Fifth son of Isaac Beemau. 

b. 
"•Brooks, Charles Edward Herbert. 1886- . Eldest son of John 

Brooks, b. 1871. 
Campbell, Hugh Bruce. 1886. Elder son of Bruce Campbell. 

b. 1871. 
'•'Caulfeild, George Blake. 1886- . Younger son of George 

Caulfeild. b. 1875. 

^Fuller, John Tray ton. 1886- . Youngest son of John Fuller. 
6. 1870. 

'''Greig, Alexander WiUiam. ]886- . Second son of William L. 
Greig. 6. 1873. 

'''Greig, George Launcelot. 1886- . Eldest son of William L. Greig. 
6. 1872. 

-Maw, Frederic Davy. 1886- . Third son of George Maw. b. 1872. 

"^'Moore, John Edmond Shorec. 1886- . Only son of Henry Moore. 
b. 1870. 

'■=MoTT, Harold Aubrey Dawson. 1886- . Eldest son of Harry Mott. 
b. 1871. 

-Pain, Arthur. 1886- . Fourth son of Thomas Pain. b. 1872. 

-Eymer- Jones, Thomas Ernest Manson. 1886- . Eldest son of 
Alexander Manson Eymer- Jones, b. 1872. 

-Sheppard, Francis Wilham. 1886- . Eldest son of Thomas 
William Sheppard. b. 1873. 

-Taylor, Henry Boss. 1886- . Eldest son of Eoss Taylor, b. 1870. 

CHRISTMAS TERM, 1886. 

-Bacon, WiUiam Beadell. 1886- . Eldest son of William Beadell 
Bacon, b. 1873. 

-Bruce, Archibald Eeid Turing. 1886- . Only son of Archibald 
Turing Bruce. b. 1873. 

^Dempster, Arthur Carell. 1886- . Eldest son of Charles Carell 
Dempster, b. 1870. 

* Now in the School. 

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212 Tonhridge School Register. a.d. 1886. 

'■-DuNSTAN, Cecil Vane. 1886- . Only son of Arthur Proctor Dunstan. 

b. 1871. 
"Gardner, Ernest Edward. 1886- . Eldest son of Edward Gardner. 

b. 1872. 
'•'HiGHFiELD, George. 1886- . Third son of George Highfield. b. 

1873. 
'"''Highfield, William. 1886- . Second son of George Highfield. 

b. 1872. 

'■'Hubbard, Austin Gardner. 1886- . Fifth son of the Eev. Henry 
Dickenson Hubbard, b. 1873. 

-'^Ievers, Eyre Francis Wall. 1886- . Eldest son of Eyre levers, 

M.D. b. 1873. 
'■'Land, William Andrew Henry. 1886- . Eldest son of William 

John Land. b. 1873. 

'-^-Lucas, Stanley Arthur. 1886- . Eldest son of the Eev. William 
Stanley Lucas, b. 1872. 

'■'LucKHAM, Edward Henry. 1886- . Youngest son of Alexander 
Minty Luckham. b. 1871. 

'■'Pope, Philip Crosby. 1886- . Youngest son of Alfred Crosby Pope, 
M.D. b. 1872. 

'•'Eaper, William Augustus Cassin. 1886- . Eldest son of William 
Augustus Eaper. b. 1872. 

'■'EoBiNSON, Leonard Leslie. 1886- . Second son of Henry Peach 
Eobinson. b, 1873. 

''•'Serjeantson, Lacy. 1886- . Second son of the Eev. James Jordan 
Serjeantson. b. 1872. 

••'Serjeantson, Eonald James. 1886- . Third son of the Eev. James 
Jordan Serjeantson. b. 1873. 

"'Tandy, Edward Aldborough. 1886- . Eldest son of Edward Ord 

Tandy, b. 1871. 
"'Tandy, Maurice O'Connor. 1886- . Second son of Edward Ord 

Tandy, b. 1873. 

■'•'Turner, Alfred Stuart. 1886- . Second son of John Sidney 
Turner, b. 1872. 

* Now in the School. 



213 



ADDENDA. 



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Page 19. To ' Jessopp, John,' add—* d. 1886.' 
Page 29. To ' Mungeam, William Martin,' add—' d. 1886.' 
Page 30. Insert— * Eichards, Martin. 1828-31. Son of John 
Eichards.' 

Pacje 41. To 'Kemble, Matthew Francis,' add — ' Served throughout 
the Sutlej campaign in 1845-6. Present at the battle of Sobraon. 
(Wounded). Medal with clasp. Served also during the defence 
of Lucknow in the Indian Mutiny campaign of 1857. Medal 
with clasp, and brevet of Major.' 

Page 49. To 'Shaw, Charles John Kenward,' add — 'Ordained 
1856. Vicar of Brenzett, near Eomsey, 1865-7, and of New- 
ington, near Hythe, from 1867 till his death in 1875.' 

Page 50. To ' Davison, Walter,' add — ' Served in the Burmese 
w^ar of 1852-3. Present at the relief of the garrison of Pegu, 
and at the storm and recapture of Belin. Medal.' 

Page 63. To ' Hodgson, Septimus,' add—' d. 1886.' 

Page 63. To ' Thornton, James Howard,' add — ' Deputy- Surgeon- 
General, 1886. Appointed to the Punjab Frontier Force.' 

Page 70. To ' Stevenson, James,' add— ' Present at the capture of 
Delhi, the actions of Boolundshuhur, Malaghur, Bantarah, and 
Alum Bagh, the occupation of Martiniere, the action at Secun- 
derabagh, the relief of Lucknow, the battle of Cawnpore, the 
action of Kala Nuddee, and the re-entry of Clyde's Force into 
Oudh. Severely wounded by explosion of powder while engaged 
in blowing up Fort Futtehpore. Present also at the storm and 
capture of Lucknow under Lord Clyde, at Fort Eooza, at the 
actions near Allygunge, at Bareilly, and at Sempoorah. (Se- 
verely wounded in the head by a tulwar cut). Medal with 
clasps. 

Page 72. To ' Helsham, Douglas,' add — ' Son of Captain Eichard 
Helsham, E.N. Formerly a settler in Queensland.' 

Page 78. Insert— 'Cargill, Clement. 1849. Son of Eichard Cargill. 
St. Bees Theol. Coll., 1861. Ordained 1862. Has held the 
curacies of Haigh, Lancashire ; Eiver ; St. Mark's, South 



214 Addenda. 

Norwood ; and Holy Trinity, Selhurst. Has been since 1878 
Assistant Chaplain of Duhvich College.' 

Page 81. To 'Penny, Robert George,' add — 'Vicar of Warbleton, 
Sussex, 1886.' 

Page 83. To ' Simson, Augustus,' add—' h. 1836. ATent to the 
Australian colonies in 1863. Was in tropical Queensland for 
eleven years, and afterwards in Tasmania and its dependencies. 
A Member of the SocietS Entomologique of Belgium, the Linnean 
Society of New South Wales, and the Royal Society of Tas- 
mania. Has been an industrious Natural History collector, 
especially of insects and plants, and has added many new 
species to the Fauna and Flora of Australasia.' 

Page 90. Insert — ' Harding, Benjamin. 1853-6. Son of Benjamin 
Harding. ' 

Page 90. Insert—' Howell, Alfred. 1853-6. Son of Thomas Howell. 

Resides at Thames Ditton, Surrey.' 
Page 95. To ' Carnell, Henry Hosmer,' add — ' Solicitor at Coro- 

mandel, New Zealand.' 

Page 95. To ' Dixon, Frederick Mander,' add — ' (Afterwards at 
Victoria College, Jersey.) Third son of John Bond Dixon, b. 
1846. Clerk in the Locomotive Department of the London, 
Brighton and South-Coast Railway Company's Works at 
Brighton.' 

Page 98, To ' Charlton, Alfred,' add—' cl 1886.' 

Page 102. To ' Fisher, Robert,' add — ' Second son of Thomas John 
Fisher. Licensed surveyor at Sydney, New South Wales.' 

Page 102. To ' Fisher, William Wentworth (not Waterworth),' add 
' Eldest son of Thomas John Fisher, d. 1868.' 

Page 101 Insert— ' Warrand, Arthur Wellesley. 1858-61. Cricket 
Eleven, 1860-1. Football Thirteen, 1859-61. Joined the 42nd 
Highlanders, 1866. Sold out, 1870. d. about 1871.' 

Page 109. To ' Champneys, Henry Walpole,' add — ' Deceased.' 

Page 112. Insert— 'Austen, William Frederick. 1860- . Son of 
William Frederick Austen. Resides at Llandudno, Wales.' 

Page 113. To ' Champneys, Charles Thornton,' add — ' Deceased.' 

Page 113. To ' Fisher, Donnelly,' add — ' Youngest son of Thomas 
John Fisher. M.A. of Sydney University. A Solicitor in New 
South Wales.' 

Page 116. To ' Unwin, Henry Addington,' add—' Passed the Civil 
Service Examination at Sydney. Now holds a post in the 
office of the Colonial Secretary of New South Wales.' 

Page 123. To 'Chapman, Hugh Boswell,' add— ' Vicar of St. 
Luke's, Camberwell, 1886.' 

Page 124. Insert— ' Best, John Rycroft. 1864-5. Son of John 
Rycroft Best.' 



Addenda. 215 

Page 137. To ' Brown, John Mainwaring,' add — ' Only son of 
Gentle Brown, b. 1854. From 1876 to 1881 Lecturer in 
History and Political Economy, mider the Local Lectures 
Syndicate. In 1881 Lecturer in History at Cambridge, under 
the Board of Historical Studies. Now Professor of English, 
&c., at Otago University, New Zealand.' 

Page 150. To 'Gregorie, David George,' add — 'Died October 22nd, 
1886, at Souakin from injuries caused by the fall of his horse.' 

Page 155. To 'Hogg, James Edward,' add — 'Will shortly be 
admitted a Solicitor at Sydney, New South Wales.' 

Page 171. To ' Collins, Arthur Harry,' add — ' Studying for the 
Medical Profession at Edinburgh University.' 

Page 178. To * Blakiston, Herbert Edward Douglas,' add — 'An 
Assistant Master at Clifton College.' 

Page 185. To ' Warner, Charles Edward,' add — * Gazetted Captain, 
October, 1886.' 

Page 187. To ' Marshall, Francis,' add—' B.A. 1886. In business.' 




216 



INDEX. 



[N.B. — The small figures after the Names are used to indicate families. All having 
the same surname and the same figure are bj'others.] 



Abell, C. T. 

Abell, E 

Abercrombie, J 
Abrey, W. J. 
Acker, E. ... 
Acton, E. ... 
Acworth, G-. B. 
Acworth, W. P, 
Adams, — . 
Adams, H. 
Adcock, A. W. 
Adcock, G.i 
Addison, G. 
Addison, L. P. 
Adkin, H. J. 
Aird, H. K. 
Aird, W. ... 
Akers, E. ... 
Alban, A. D. 
Alchin, — . 
Alehin, — . 
Alchin, A. . . . 
Alderson, A ^ 
Alderson, F.^ ., 
Alexander, F. G 
Alexander, F. W 
Alexander, S.^ 
Alexander, W. 
Alexander, W. 
Alford, B. H. 
Allan, D. A.^ 
Allan, F.i .. 
Allan, J.i ... 
Alleyne, P. 
Allfrey, F. H. 
Allinson, A. H 
Allnutt, C. F. 
AUnutt, C. L.i 
Allnutt, M. E,i 
Allnutt, R. H. V 
Allnutt, S. S.i 
Allpress, V. S. 



Page 

27 

152 

28 

199 

130 

24 

56 

75 

12 

15 

59 

66 

27 

201 

157 

117 

128 

62 

174 

12 

13 

103 

104 

104 

178 

199 

175 

45 

68 

76 

95 

95 

102 

136 

206 

199 

82 

194 

119 

119 

119 

, 186 



All work, R. L.... 
Almond, E. E. ... 
Ambler, A. 

Ames, J 

Amherst, — . ... 
Amhurst, B. 
Anderson, E.^ ... 
Anderson, W.^ ... 
Andrews, F. H.^ 
Andrews, G. H.2 
Andrews, J. C. L.^ 
Andrews, L. P.^ 
Andrews, R. G. 
Andrews, W.^ ... 
Angelo, J. C. C. 
Annison, R. W. 
Archer, B.^ 
Archer, H. F.^ .. 
Archer, J. D.^ ... 
Argles, F. A. .. 
Armstrong, R. ... 
Arnold, A.W.i... 
Arnold, G.2 
Arnold, G. E.i... 
Arnold, H.2 
Arnold, R. A ... 
Ash, J. G. H.i .. 
Ash. R. F. H. ... 
Ash, R. H. P.i ... 
Ash, R. R. D.i... 
Ash, S. A. H.i... 
Ashdowne, J. ... 
Ashdowne, Jno.^ 
Ashdowne, Jos.^ 
Ashdowne, S.^ ... 
Ashpitel, A. E.^ 
Ashpitel, F. W.i 
Aston, R. L. 
Atkinson, G. C. 
Atkinson, R. ... 
Atkinson, S. E.... 

Atkinson, S. I 

Attersold, W. . . 
Auchmuty, S. F. 



Page 
182 
126 

39 
122 

12 
6 
175 
171 
145 
181 
147 
152 

15 
152 
188 
107 
159 
154 
159 

30 

38 
157 

50 
152 

56 
203 

66 
155 

78 

66 

66 
8 

17 

31 

17 
165 
172 
208 
153 
3 

90 

153 

4 

22 



Page 



Austen. A. E,... . 


.. 98 


Austen, G 


3, 11 


Austen, H. 


.. 11 


Austen, H. W. C. 


.. 195 


Austen, S. C. ... 


.. 100 


Austen, W. F. ... 


.. 214 


Austin, G. F. .. 


.. 177 


Austin, G. L.i ... 


.. 124 


Austin, T. P.i ... 


.. 124 


Austin, W. 


. 99 


Ayerst, G. H.i .. 


.. 167 


Ayerst, W.i 


.. 165 


Ay 1 win, H. 


.. 64 



B. 



Bacon, W. B. ., 


... 211 


Bagster, C.^ 


. .. 90 


Bagster, H. 1 .. 


... 90 


Baildon, H. B. 


... 119 


Bailey, D. J. S. 


... 172 


Bailey, T. F. .. 


... 38 


Baines, G. B. .. 


... 37 


Baines, R. E. .. 


... 13 


Baiss, J. 1 


... 106 


Baiss, S. S.i .. 


... 120 


Baker, A 


... 15 


Baker, A. 1 


... 22 


Baker, A. 2 


... 103 


Baker, A. H. .. 


... 189 


Baker, A. S. B... 


. ... 183 


Baker, A. W. 3.. 


.. 175 


Baker, C. J. ^ .. 


... 103 


Baker, C. M. ^ .. 


. ... 203 


Baker, G. ^ 


... 17 


Baker, H. ^ 


... 27 


Baker, H. 3 .. 


... 174 


Baker, J. T. ^ .. 


... 35 


Baker, L. 3 


... 201 


Baker, P. T. ^ ... 


... 190 


Baker, R. ^ 


... 17 


Baker, T 


... 12 


Baker, T. ^ 


.. 17 



Index. 



217 



Baker, W. 4 

Balderston, H. F.^ .. 
Balderston, W. U.^ .. 
Baldwin, A. B. 
Baidwyn, C. F. 

Balfour, A.^ 

Balfour, C. D.^ 

Balfour, C. H.^ 

Ball, E 

Ball, R 

Balston, C 

Baly, C 

Bainber, J 

Bampfield, G. F. L.^.. 
Bampfield,J. W.L.V. 
Bampfield, R. L.^ .. 

Banks, G. W 

Banks, W 

Bannister, S 

Barber, F. W.i 

Barber, P. H 

Barber, R. H.i 

Barber, R. W.i .. .. 

Barcham, T 

Barchard, F. C. 

Barclay, R. A 

Barker, E 

Barker, E. H.i 

Barker, J. C.^ 

Barklie, A. P 

Barkworth, H. S. .. 
Barnard, VV. d'A. .. 
Barnardiston, J. 

Barnes, W. A 

Barnett, E 

Barr, J. E 

Barr, M. W 

Barrington, R. M. .. 

Barron, F 

Barron, N 

Barry, H. A. L. 
Bartholomew, J. 
Barthorp, H. A. 
Bartleet, H. W. 

Barton, — 

Barton, A. ^ 

Barton, A. B.2 

Barton, B , 

Barton, C.^ 

Barton, C.G.3 

Barton, E.^ 

Barton, H.i 

Barton, H. C.^ ... . 

Barton, J 

Barton, R. A.^ .. . 
Barton, R. G.- ... . 
Barton, W.2 ... . 
Bartram, A. A.^ 
Bartram, F. A.1 
Bartram, L. W.^ . 
Bartram, R. H.^ 
Bartram, W. ^ ... 
BarweU, A. R 



Page 

17 

64 

68 

198 

80 

193 

209 

190 

199 

5 

17 

106 

10 

44 

41 

33 

56 

127 

15 

165 

176 

145 

, 135 

. 40 

203 

128 

, 71 

, 199 

182 

, 185 

160 

106 

, 11 

, 83 

, 58 

. 115 

, 62 

. 196 

, 153 

. 140 

. 182 

. 8 

. 189 

. 205 

. 13 

. 124 

. 46 

. 13 

. 153 

. 153 

. 48 

. 124 

. 42 

. 47 

. 42 

. 42 

48 

. 133 

. 133 

. 186 

. 155 

. 155 

. 195 



Bassett, G. S 

Bassett, R. C 

Bateman, P. E. 

Bathurst, R 

Batten, H. H 

Baxter, M- P 

Bayden, T 

Bayley, J. A 

Bayley, J. M 

Bayne. G. S 

Beale, P 

Beanes, A. E.^ 

Beanes, E. E.i 

Beaumont, A. J.^ 
Beaumont, E. J.^ 
Beaumont, G. G.^ ... 
Beaumont, H. L.^ ... 
Beaumont, W. R.^ ... 
Beckett, W. R. D.^. 
Beckett. W. T. C.^ ... 
Bedingf eld, F. A. O'B. 

Beecham, A 

Beeching, A. H.^ ... 
Beeching, A. T. 
Beeching, C. T.i ... 

Beeching, R.- 

Beeching, W. C.^ ... 
Beeman, A. O.^ 
Beeman, F. J.^ 
Beeman, H. L.^ 

Beeman, I.^ 

Beeman, J. W. ^ 

Beers, W 

Beesley, T. B 

Belcher, B.i 

Belcher, F. J.i 

Bell, C. C 

Bell, C. F 

Bell, E. C. D 

Bell, L. J 

Bell, W 

Benbrigg, J 

Benham, C. L , 

Benthall, E. J.i 
Benthall, H. E.^ ... 

Bentley, C. J 

Bentley, R 

Berkeley, H. J. F.i ... 
Berkeley, L. W. F.i.., 
Berkeley, M. L. F.2.., 
Berkeley, R. W. F.i... 
Berkeley, V. F.- .., 
Berncastel, A. E.^ .., 
Berncastel, F. C.^ .., 
Berncastel, J. R. C.^ 

Berners, C. A 

Besley, C. R.^ 

Besley, E.^ 

Besley, F. R.i 

Best, — 

Best. J. R 

Bethune. A. J 

Beviss, C 



Page 
147 
153 

207 

11 

120 

77 

112 

54 

49 

54 

78 

189 

189 

151 

151 

151 

163 

160 

180 

180 

171 

54 

50 

73 

68 

207 

189 

204 

204 

211 

140 

207 

82 

133 

35 

35 

202 

204 

53 

186 

18 

8 

183 

206 

196 

95 

141 

190 

154 

162 

160 

160 

172 

204 

165 

194 

78 

78 

76 

13 

214 

127 

188 



Page 
Bid well, E. B. H.i ... 163 

Bid well, G. W 117 

Bidwell, H. A.1 160 

Bigg, W 7 

Bigg, W 87 

Bigsby, G. G. C.i ... 72 

Bigsby, H. J.i 53 

Bigsby, W. E. D.i ... 91 
Bilderbeck, A. A. S.i 133 
Bilderbeck, J. B.^ ... 133 

Bing, A. B.i 206 

Bing, H. M.i 206 

Binney, A. R 178 

Binney, J. E 78 

Birch, J. A. ... .. 34 

Birch, J. N. F 33 

Bird, A. H. S.i 133 

Bird, E. T.i 158 

Bird, H. R. C.i 103 

Bird, R. W. M.i ... 103 

Bishop, C. B 208 

Bishop, H.i 18 

Bishop, J. S 178 

Bishop, W.i 18 

Black, W 30 

Blackmore, E.^ 64 

Blackmore, G. L.^ ... 06 
Blakiston, C. E.^ ... 171 
Blakiston, C. R.^ ... 178 
Blakiston, F. T.i ... 171 
Blakiston, H. E. T>?... 178, 
215 
Blakiston, H. N.i ... 171 
Blakiston, J. L.- ... 197 

Blakiston, P.3 178 

Blakiston, W. G.^ .., 178 
Blakiston, W. P.2 ... 206 
Blandford, G. F. ... 50 

Blechinden, T 9 

Blenkarn, W 63 

Bloxham, T. H. .. 204 

Blyth, E. H 202 

Body, J. A 110 

Boger, W. S 63 

Bolland, W. E 113 

Bond, C 199 

Bond, F. A 38 

Booker, A. B 186 

Booth, G. J 16 

Booty, C. W.i 206 

Booty, H. E.i 191 

Booty, P. F.i 206 

Booty, S.i 206 

Bostock, R 2 

Bosworth, H. de B. .. 59 
Bothamley, E. A.^ ... 129 
Bothamley, F. S.^ ... 124 
Bothamley, W. R.^... 133 
Bouchier, H. E. ... 171 

Boulton, F 77 

Boulton, L 148 

Bourke, — 13 

Bowles, S. S 127 



218 



Index. 





Page 




Page 




Page 


Bowman, A. C.^ 


105 


Brown, T. T 


. 172 


Buttanshaw, J 


48 


Bowman. C. H.^ 


58 


Brown, W. S.4... . 


. 75 


Butts, C. E 


87 


Bowman, E. C.^ 


132 


Browne, G. R. H. . 


. 180 


Byam, A. W 


12 


Bowman, J. H.^ 


110 


Browne, H 


59 


Byng, J. M. 0.^ 


18 


Bowman, J. J. B."^ ... 


53 


Browning, A. P. 


. 204 


Byno-, R. B. P.I 


18 


Bowman, 0. A.^ 


132 


Bruce, A. R. T. 


211 


Byrch, W 


3 


Bowman, W. S.^ ... 


54 


Bryant, A. T.i ... . 


. 149 


Bysshe, T 


8 


Boyd, H. C. r.i ... 


158 


Bryant, E. E.^ ... . 


. 200 






Boyd, J. W.- 


87 


Bryant, Ha.^ ... . 


. 191 






Boyd, P.2 


91 


Bryant, He. 1 .. . 


. 191 


C. 




Boyd, P. W. D.i ... 


158 


Bryant, J. F.i ... . 


. 167 






Boyle, A. T.i 


117 


Bryant, W.i .. . 


.. 137 


Cadman, W. H. R. .. 


207 


Boyle, J. B.i 


117 


Bryden, A. S.^.. . 


.. 169 


Caley, H. M.^ 


158 


Boys, J 


11 


Bryden, T. R.i .. . 


.. 169 


Caley, L. N.^ 


158 


Boys, T 


15 


Brydon, W. H. 


.. 72 


Callaway, H 


174 


Boyssmith, A. G.^ ... 


178 


Buckle, T 


. 136 


Callaway, T 


36 


Boyssmith, E. P.i ... 


178 


Buckler, G.^ ... . 


.. 209 


Callett, H 


6 


Brackenbury, C. B.^.. 


63 


Buckler, H. C.i . 


.. 186 


Callis, J 


1 


Brackenbury, H.^ 


68 


Buckler, J. S.^... . 


.. 182 


Callow, W 


10 


Brasier, J 


7 


Buckler, P.i ... 


.. 186 


Calthrop, G.^ 


39 


Brenchley, J. V. ... 


171 


Budd, E 


.. 76 


Calthrop, R. G.^ 


40 


Brett, J 


12 


Budgen, J 


. 7 


Calthrop, T. J)} .. 


. 39 


Brewer, T 


9 


Budgen, W 


4 


Calvert, A. R 


130 


Brickenden, R. T.W. L. 18 | 


Budgen, W. .. . 


7 


Cambier, W. W. .. 


. 207 


Bridges, B. C.^ 


23 


Bull, a F 


.. 58 


Cameron, A. G. 


. 153 


Bridges, B. E.i 


18 


Bullln, J. E. .. 


.. 184 


Campbell, A 


. 16 


Bridgett, T. E.i 


54 


Bullock, J 


.. 5 


Campbell, A. W. D.i. 


. 113 


Bridgett, W. P.i ... 


54 


Bunce, J. B 


.. 40 


Campbell, C. A. F.2.. 


. 184 


Bright, A. E 


178 


Burbidge, E. F. 


.. 54 


Campbell, F. B. F.2 


. 184 


Brisenden, — 


13 


Burchell, E. A. .. 


.. 174 


Campbell, D. J. A.i.. 


. 137 


Brittain, F. H 


209 


Burd, J. M 


.. 98 


Campbell, H. B. 


. 211 


Brodie, F. L 


168 


Buigess, — ... . 


.. 13 


Campbell, P. F.2 .. 


. 195 


Bromley, H. R.i ... 


107 


Burgess, H. M.i . 


.. 81 


Campion, A. G.^ 


172 


Bromley, J. E.i 


91 


Burgess, R.E 


.. 72 


Campion, H. C.^ 


. 169 


Bromley, Wa 


112 


Burgess, T. W.i 


.. 75 


Campion, H. G.i 


. 188 


Bromley, Wi.i 


91 


Burkinshaw, C. H. . 


.. 198 


Canham, H. C. 


. 53 


Bromwich, J. S. 


200 


Burr, F. E 


.. 143 


Capper, C. S. 


. 180 


Brook, F. W.i 


116 


Burra, H.i 


.. 61 


Capron,F. W.i... . 


. 154 


Brook, W. H.i 


117 


Burra, J. S.i ... 


.. 72 


Capron, G.^ 


. 181 


Brooks, C. E. H. ... 


211 


Burra, R.2 


.. 100 


Cardell, E. S.i 


. 208 


Broome, R 


147 


Burra, R. C.i ... 


.. 58 


Cardell, M. G.i 


. 210 


Brongliall, W 


117 


Burra, T.F.2 ... 


.. 102 


Carey, H. S. 


. 140 


Brown, Al..^ 


46 


Burra, W. P.i ... 


.. 58 


Cargill, C.i .. .. 


. 213 


Brown, Au.^ 


47 


Burridge, L. S.... 


.. 178 


Cargill, R.i 


58 


Brown, A. C 


193 


Burrows, F. A.^ 


.. 101 


Cargill, T.i 


. 64 


Brown, A. N 


84 


Burrows, R. H.i 


. 91 


Carnell, A.^ 


. 78 


Brown, A. S.^ 


117 


Burston, J. 


.. 12 


Carnell, C.^ 


. 92 


Brown, A. T.^ 


45 


Burt, J. L.i ... 


.. 174 


Carnell, C. J.i 


. 78 


Brown, C. B.'^ 


58 


Burt, J. M.i ... 


.. 174 


Carnell, E. 3 


. 23 


Brown, C, H.'^ 


172 


Burt, W. 0.1 . 


.. 174 


Carnell, E.H 


. 109 


Brown, C. W.^ 


51 


Burton, A. 


.. 149 


Carnell, G 


. 18 


Brown, E. A,^ 


81 


Burton, A. 


.. 178 


Carnell, G.2 .. .. 


90 


Brown, F. B 


24 


Burton, G. G.^ .. 


. 151 


Carnell, G. F 


. 50 


Brown, F. J.3 


78 


Burton, H. H. ... 


.. 153 


Carnell, H.2 


. 98 


Brown, G. B 


128 


Burton, P. 


.. 202 


Carnell, H.^ 


. 154 


Brown, H.^ 


100 


Burton, S.i 


.. 165 


Carnell, H.H.i... 9 


3, 214 


Brown, H.i 


47 


Burton, T 


.. 6 


Carnell, J.2 


. 90 


Brown, H 


209 


Burton, W. M.i 


.. 171 


Carnell, J. F.^ ... . 


. 151 


Brown, H. A.^ 


168 


Burtt, C. K.i ... 


. 202 


Carnell, R. R.i... . 


. 50 


Brown, H. O.^ 


38 


Burtt, E.i 


.. 202 


Carnell, T. W.i . .. 


. 86 


Brown, J. M. .. 137 


,215 


Bushnell, T. H.^ 


.. 45 


Carnell, W.2 


. 107 


Brown, L. J.^ 


184 


Bushnell, W.i .. 


.. 35 


Carnell, W. A.^ 


. 30 


Brown, T 


3 


Butler, H 


.. 169 


Carpmael, A 


. 164 



Index. 



219 



Page 

Carr, A. Ri 154 

Carr, H. B.i 149 

Carr, R. G.i 149 

Carruthers, A. St. J. ^ 38 
Carruthers, F. F.^ ... 23 
Carruthers, F. J.^ ... 23 
Carruthers, G. T. S.K. 34 
Carter, H. R. . . .200 
Casabianca, W. H. L. 198 

Case, C. R 192 

Castle, C. T 70 

Caswall, C.i 91 

Caswall, G 1 91 

Caswall, R. H,i ... 91 

Catt, A} 72 

Catt, W.i 66 

Caulfeild, G. B. ... 211 

Causton, J. A 119 

Causton, W. C. ... 158 
Cawthorn, J. ... 2, 13 
Cazah^t, C. H. H. ... 169 
Cazenove, J. M. ,.174 

Chalk, E. H 30 

Chambers, C. R.^ ... 189 
Chambers, M. S.i ... 189 
Chambers, W. T. G.^ 200 
Champnevs,C.T.i 113,214 
Champneys, H.W.i 109, 214 

Channer, E. C 118 

Chaplin, Al.i 87 

Chaplin, Ay.^ 85 

Chaplin, H.i 83 

Chapman, A. W.i ... 122 
Chapman, C. M.^ ... 122 
Chapman, F. T.^ ... 154 
Chapman, H. B.^ 123, 214 
Chapman, P. W.^ ... 154 
Chapman, R C.i ... 123 
Chapman, S. M. ... 133 
Charlton, A. ... 98, 214 

Charlton, A. L 210 

Charlton, E. W.i ... 151 
Charlton, D. F. ... 137 
Charlton, T. F.^ ... 151 

Charter, E. M 184 

Chase, C. H 123 

Cheesman, — 13 

Cheeseman, T 7 

Chesterton, A. G.^ ... 2C2 
Chesterton, S. W.^ ... 205 
Childers, F. F. B.i ... 94 
Childers, R. C.^ ... 94 

Children, G 5 

Chippindale, W. ... 56 
Chisholme, C. W. S.^.. 174 
Chisholme, F, S.i ... 174 
Chisholme, R. A. S.^ 176 

Clare,— 12 

Clarke, A. L.^ 185 

Clarke, C. A 149 

Clarke, E 121 

Clarke, E. D.2 14 

Clarke, F. C Ill 



Page 

Clarke, G.^ 14 

Clarke, H. G.i 197 

Clarke, J. S,- 14 

Clarke, T 4 

Clarke, W. S.^ 204 

Clarkson, E. R. T.i . 208 

Clarkson, G.^ 208 

Clayton, CM 207 

Clayton, R. 149 

Clementson, C.^ ... 145 
Clementson, J. F.^ ... 145 
Clifford, H. F. L. M. 176 

Clifford, LB 50 

Clough, D. J.i Ill 

Clough, G. T>} Ill 

Cobb, F. M 101 

Cobb, G. H.i 54 

Cobb, J 3 

Cobb, W 61 

Cobb, W. W.i 54 

Cobbe, C 28 

Cobham, W. J. . . 51 
Cockburn, J. E. G. ... 205 

Coe, C. H 207 

Cogger, T 7 

Colbeck, E. H.i ... 172 

Colbeck, F.i 173 

Cole, E. M 64 

Colebrooke, H. L. ..189 
Colledge, A. J.i ... 166 
Colledge, L. R.i ... 164 

Collett, H 69 

Collett, H. G.i 44 

Collett, R. H.i 32 

Collett, W. L.i 32 

Collingwood, R G. . . 

(see Calthrop, R G., 40) 
Collins, A. H. ... 171, 215 

Collins, H 7 

Collins, H. A.i 169 

Collins, L. E. G.i ... 192 

Collins, P. E 155 

Collins, V. E.i 200 

Collins, W 2, 7 

Collins, W. F.i 191 

Collison, R 87 

Commins, C. L. ... 77 

Conroy, A. A.i 130 

Conroy, V. V.i 144 

Convbeare, C. A. V.^ 139 
Conybeare, F. C.^ ... 140 
Conybeare, H. G. M.^ 144 
Conybeare, W. J. S.^ 140 

Cook, C. J. Ri 25 

Cook, G. W. F.i ... 25 

Cooke, F. H 169 

Cooke, H.H 125 

Cooper, A. M.^ 30 

Cooper, M 3 

Cooper, T 11 

Cooper, T. S.i 30 

Coote, A. L 205 

Cope, J. S 194 



Page 

Corbett, W 167 

Cordell, N 5 

Cornell, P 101 

Cornfoot, D. H. H.i .. 202 

Cornfoot, H. D.i ... 203 

Corsellis, H. N. ... 144 

Cosnahan, J, G. H. . 31 

Cotterell, S. L 144 

Coulson, E. S.i 160 

Coulson, H. L.i . ... 164 

Courtenay, Vj} 25 

Courtenay, F.^ 25 

Courtenay, R.^ .. .. 24 

Courtenay, R W.i ... 32 

Cousens, F. S 167 

Cousins, A. F.^ 173 

Cou.sins, E.- 56 

Cousins, F. L.^ 145 

Cousins, S.- 37 

Cousins. S. J.i 146 

Cousin.s, W. J.i 169 

Cowell, C. B.i 178 

Cowell, J. E.i 198 

Cowie, M. B.i 166 

Cowie, W. H.i 166 

Cowley, A.^ 146 

Cowley, W. D. F.^ .. 146 

Cox, A. T.i 49 

Cox, C. F 184 

Cox, C. N. M.2 209 

Cox, F. W. H 178 

Cox, H.i 34 

Cox, H.3 149 

Cox, Hd.3 151 

Cox, 0.3 194 

Cox, R. A 202 

Cox, T.i 34 

Cox, W. M.2 209 

Craven, A. H.^ 

(see Isaacs, A. H., 136) 

Craven, E. G.^ 

(see Isaacs, E.G., 133) 

Crafts, H 66 

Crawfurd, C. H. V.\.. 160 

Crawfurd, L. P.^ , 173 

Crawfurd, P. E. P.i... 185 

Creery, C. A 137 

Cressey, G. H 140 

Crichton,A. E 127 

Crichton, C. T 30 

Crofton, C. H.i 141 

Crofton, R. M.i ... 141 

Crofts, C. H 185 

Cromie, C. F 153 

Cronk, C. H 197 

Crookes, J. F 166 

Cross, E. E.i 161 

Cross, F. E.i 161 

Cross, F. G.i 195 

Cross, G. T.i 186 

Crouch, W 7 

Crow, F. L.i 155 

Crow, G.i 155 



220 



Index. 



Cruickshank, A. H. 
Crundwell, A. M. 
Crundwell, E. 
Cuffe, A. G. 
Culhane, A. P. 
Curteis, E. W.V 
Curteis,K W.V 
Curteis, S.... 
Curteis, W. F. 
Curtis, A. S.^ 
Curtis, F. D.i 
Curtis, H. W. V 
Curtois, K. L. S. 



D. 

Da Costa, F. A. 
Da<xlish, R. S. . 
Dale, C. L. 
Dale, J. W.i . 
Dale, T. G.^ 
Dalison, C. B.^. 
Dalison, J. B.^. 
Dalyson, T. 
Danby, W. T. H. 
Dance, J. G. 

Daniel, C 

Daniell, A. C. , 
Dann, H. C. B. 
Danvers, — 
Dashwood, A. J. 
Daubeny, R- 
Davenport, G. A. 
Davenport, H. W. 
Davey, A. G.^ 
Davey, B. H. 
Davey, R. S.^ 
Davidson, W. J. 
Davie, G. J. 
Davies, J. C, 
Davies, 0.^ 
Davies, T.^ 
Davis. B. G. 
Davis, H.i... 
Davis, H. E.i 
Davis, J. ... 
Davis, R. ... 
Davis, T. ... 
Davis, W. ... 
Davis, W. ... 
Davis, W. G. 
Davison, W. 
Davy, E.i ... 
Davy, F.i .. 
Dawson, E. C. , 
Dawson, G. M. 
Dawson, R. 
Day, A. E.^ 
Day, E. H.2 
Day, F.i ... 
Day, H. F.2 



50, 



Page 
167 
193 
155 
103 

79 
128 
113 

14 
113 
180 
187 
180 

80 



123 

176 

127 

112 

111 

67 

37 

11 

193 

137 

32 

141 

161 

9 

60 

69 

143 

141 

90 

196 

54 

125 

35 

37 

48 

51 

80 

181 

179 

10 

11 

15 

11 

15 

168 

213 

149 

149 

119 

60 

208 

107 

197 

92 

161 





Page 




Page 


Day, H. H 


80 


Douglass, T. W. 


.. 25 


Daysh, A. G.i 


130 


Doust, C 


.. 134 


Daysh, C. E.i 


105 


Dove, C.i 


.. 140 


Deacon, H. P.^ 


98 


Dove, F.i 


.. 140 


Deacon, W.C.i 


87 


Dove, S.i 


.. 100 


DeFonblanque,A.deG. 52 


Dove, T. M.i ... 


.. 96 


De laCondamine, R. C 


.207 


Dowding, ~- ... 


.. 13 


De Lusignan, C. A.^.. 


29 


Dowding, M. ... 


.. 14 


De Lusignan, E. A.^. 


43 


Dowthwaite, J.^ 


.. 30 


De Lusignan, G. F.^ 


24 


Dowthwaite, R.^ 


.. 38 


De Lusignan, H. A. F 


•1 24 


Dowthwaite, W.i 


.. 44 


Delves, C. F.^ 


164 


Draper, E. G. ... 


.. 200 


Delves, P. J.i 


164 


Draper, T. P. ... 


.. 193 


Delves, W 


14 


Drawbridge, C. L.^ 


.. 200 


Delves, W 


29 


Drawbridge, W. H.^ 


.. 200 


De Montmorency, R. H. 85 


Drew, N. E. 


.. 189 


De Morgan, J. W. C. 


147 


Druce, A. W.^ ... 


.. 69 


De Morgan, W. C.^ .. 


135 


Druce, W. C.^ .. 


.. 97 


Dempster, A. C.^ ... 


211 


Druce, W. W. ... 


.. 69 


Denne, E. W 


67 


Dudlow, H. B. ... 


.. 27 


Derry, Bp. of 




Dumoustier, — 


.. 15 


(see Alexander, W., 


45) 


Dunlap, J 


.. 


Detmold, H. E.i ... 


125 


( see Paramore, J. D 


.,95) 


Detmold, J. A.^ 


125 


Dunning, J.^ ... 


.. 82 


Devas, W 


18 


Dunning, R. H.i 


.. 82 


Devey, — 


18 


Dunstan, C. V.... 


212 


Devey, A. C.^ 


182 


Durbridge, T. ... 


.. 198 


Devey, G. P.^ 


180 


Durrell, H. L. ... 


.. 173 


Dewaal, P. H. 0. ... 


187 


Durst, J 


. 72 


D'Eye, G. H. R. ... 




Dury, E. A.^ ... 


.. 53 


(see Rust, G. H., 8 


5) 


Dury, W. F.^ ... 


.. 53 


D'Eye, G 


174 


Dyke, G. F.i ... 


.. 33 


Diamond, E. R.^ 


111 


Dyke, J.D.i ... 


.. 33 


Diamond, H.^ 


111 


Dyke, R 


.. 106 


Diamond. J. R, 


43 


Dyke, R. H. ... 


.. 18 


Dickenson, A.^ 


111 


Dyson, H 


.. 16 


Dickenson, C.^ 


111 






Dickinson, F. W. ... 


151 






Dickson, F. J.i 


169 


E. 




Dickson, J. R 


148 






Dickson, J. W.i 


169 


Eagle, W. R, ... 


.. 210 


Dillon, F 


18 


Eagles, H. F.^.. 


. 47 


Dixon, C 


10 


Eagles, W. B.^.. 


.. 47 


Dixon, C. F. T.^ ... 


89 


Ealand, C. W.i.- 


.. 125 


Dixon, E.G 


87 


Ealand, H. F.i... 


.. 179 


Dixon, F. M.i ... 95 


214 


Eardley (Lord)... 


.. 13 


Dixon, J 


5 


Eardley-Wilmot, H 


143 


Dixon, J. J.i 


89 


Earle, C 


.. 146 


Dixon, W 


4 


Earle, J. C. ... 


.. 118 


Dobbin, H. C. E.i ... 


177 


Earle, R.H.i ... 


.. 72 


Dobbin, L. W. R.1 ... 


177 


Earle, W.^ 


.. 72 


Dobny, C.i 


37 


East, E. C.i ... 


.. 189 


Dobby, T.i 


38 


East, F. T.i ... 


.. 185 


Dodd, A.i 


141 


Eastes, G 


.. 91 


Dodd, C. E.i 


179 


Eden, H. H. F.i 


.. 158 


Dodd, E.i 


132 


Eden, J. M. R.1 


.. 149 


Dodd, F. L 


205 


Edgell, W. M.... 


.. 189 


Dodd, H. G.i 


125 


Edmondson, H. 


2 


Dodd, P. S 


15 


Edwards, E.J. .. 


.. 129 


Dodd, T. F 


71 


Edwards, H. ... 


.. 164 


Donne, R. J 


63 


Edwards, J. 


.. 87 


Doughty, E. E.^ ... 


200 


Edwards, J. ]\L 


.. 92 


Doughty, F. E.i 


200 


Egerton, W. ... 


.. 166 



Index. 



221 





Page 




Page 




Page 


Eichbaum, H 


. 126 


Fen wick, W 


185 


Eraser, O.J. 1 ... 


... 129 


Elain, S.i 


. 118 


Ferguson, J. R. M.... 


209 


Eraser, W. F.^ ... 


... 72 


Elam, W.i 


. 118 


Fermor, J. S 


14 


Freeman, J. 


.., 3 


Elcock. T 


. 3 


Field, F 


164 


Freeman, R. G.... 


... 161 


Elers, E. H.^ ... . 


. 63 


Field, F. G. E 


197 


Freeth, A. H. ... 


... 135 


Elers, F.W.i 


. 56 


Field, J 


98 


French, H. D. ... 


... 89 


Elers, W, S.i .. . 


. 56 


Fielding, C. H.^ 


105 


Frewin, S 


.. 9 


Elgar, J 


. 169 


Fielding, F. E. R.^ ... 


121 


Frewin, T. 


6 


Elgood, H. C. .. . 


. 182 


Filder, L. P 


173 


Friend, G 


.. 70 


Elin,E. B. C.i ... . 


. 161 


Finn, S. W 


207 


Fry, G. C. L. ... 


... 191 


Elin, H. E.i ... . 


. 163 


Fimiigan, D. J. 


91 


Fuller, C 


... 31 


Ellara, B. J.i .. .. 


. 166 


Fish, R 


60 


Fuller, H 


... 11 


Ellam, E. H.i 


. 166 


Fisher, H 


3 


Fuller, J. T. ... 


... 211 


Ellis. C. H. E. ... 


. 85 


Fisher, D.i .. 113 


214 


Fuller, S 


... 10 


Ellis, E 


. 95 


Fisher, Ri ... 102 


214 


Furley, F. W.^... 


... 141 


Ellis, H 


. 90 


Fisher, W. W.i... 102 


214 


Furley, G.^ 


... 153 


Ellis, H. E 


. 49 


Fison. G. H 


200 






Ellis, 0. L.i ... . 


. 167 


Fitzherbert, E. H. .. 


111 






Ellis, E.S.i ... . 


. 167 


Fitzmaurice, R, B. ... 


159 


G. 




Elster, G 


. 52 


Fitzroy, F.i 


153 






Emerson, W. H.^ . 


. 42 


Fitzroy, G. W.^ 


167 


Gabriel, H.W.... 


... 184 


Emerson, W. T.^ 


. 42 


Fitzroy, R.i 


153 


Gale, A. S.^ ... 


... 168 


Engleheart, S. P. . 


. 64 


Flemons, T. A 


137 


Gale, G. F.i ... 


... 169 


Erckmann, F. A. C. 


. 200 


Fletcher, A. L.1 ... 


163 


Gandy, H 


... 3 


Escreet, C. E 


. 129 


Fletcher, H. J.^ ... 


163 


Gardner, E. E. ... 


... 212 


Estridge, E.^ ... . 


. 102 


Flint, F. S 


205 


Gardner, G. 


... 15 


Estridge, L.^ 


. 87 


Flower, F. G 


180 


Gardner, R. 


... 155 


Eustace, C. S 


. 16 


Flower, J. 1 


89 


Garenciferes, T.... 


. . 9 


Evans, E. C.^ ... . 


. 149 


Flower, P. W.i 


75 


Garland, H.C.... 


... 202 


Evans, E. F.^ ... . 


. 146 


Flower, S.^ 


96 


Garrard, G. H.... 


... 191 


Evans, G- 


. 130 


Flower, W.i 


69 


Garrett, G. H. ... 


... 141 


Evans, G. A. P.^ . 


. 146 


Foley, A. P.i 


161 


Gates, — 


... 12 


Evans, H. T. P.^ . 


120 


Foley, F. W.i 


177 


Gatliff, N.i 


... 51 


Evans, T. J. P.i . 


. 146 


Foley, G. L.i .. .. 


169 


Gatliff, S.i 


... 49 


Evans, W. H. .. . 


. 205 


Fonblanque, A. de G. 




Gatlifif, W.G.i... 


... 49 


Everitt, E. .. . 


6 


(see De Fonblanque, 


52) 


Gay, G. M. 


.. 63 


Everitt, H. E 


. 191 


Forbes, J 


32 


Geere, D 


... 14 


Eves, J 


. 8 


Ford, C. W 


118 


Geldart, W. C... 


... 200 


Ewart, J. H 


. 107 


Ford, S. V 


60 


Gibbons, T. M.... 


... 205 


Ewbank, F.i ... . 


. 107 


Formby, C 


61 


Gibson, C. E. ... 


... 61 


Ewbank, G.i .. 


. 60 


Formbv, R 


33 


Gibson, G. R.^ ... 


... 171 


Ewbank, H.1 ... . 


. 60 


Forshall, F. H 


69 


Gibson, H. G. ... 


... 176 


Ewbank, L.i ... . 


. 60 


Forster, C. M. V.^ ... 


168 


Gibson, J.^ 


... 189 


Ewbank, W. W.^ . 


. 60 


Forster, H. J.i 


168 


Gibson, S 


... 101 






Foster, F. H. A. 


194 


Gilbert. B. C.^ ... 


... 40 






Fowke, F. R. R. ... 


205 


Gilbert, J.^ 


... 36 


F. 




Fowle, R 


9 


Gilbertson, G. ... 


... 63 






Fowler, C.^ 


18 


Giles, E.i 


... 199 


Fagan, A. M. .. . 


. 161 


Fowler, H.^ 


18 


Giles, H. O'H.i... 


... 200 


Fairbrother, A.^ 


. 109 


Fox, F.i 


109 


Gill, C. H.i ... 


... 161 


Fairbrother, E.i 


. 109 


Fox, H.1 


109 


Gill, W. H.i ... 


... 161 


Falkner, E. S.^... . 


. 92 


Fox, S. C.2 .. .. 


164 


Gillespy, A. H.i 


... 173 


Falkner, F 


. 184 


Fox, T. H.2 ... . 


132 


Gillespy, J. E.^... 


... 182 


Falkner, T.T.i... . 


. 92 


Fox, W. St. J.2 


137 


Gillespy, R. E.^ 


... 179 


Fanshawe, H. C.^ . 


. 131 


France, J 


9 


Gillett, J 


... 5 


Fanshawe, P.^ . 


.. 131 


Franchey, P 


4 


GiUum, H. G. ... 


.. 25 


Farmer, R. W 


.. 40 


Franklin, C 


100 


Gimson, H. C. ... 


... 206 


Fashion, — ... . 


.. 12 


Eraser, A. R 


112 


Gipps, H.i 


... 29 


Fauntleroy, H 


.. 23 


Eraser, C. S.^ 


131 


Gipps, H. F. ... 


... 161 


Featherstone, C. E. 


. 174 


Eraser, H. J 


199 


Gipps, W.i 


... 32 


Fennell, P 


.. 8 


Eraser, H. W.^.. .. 


129 


Girdlestone, C... 


... 16 


Fanner, A. . . . 


.. 12 


Eraser, L.^ ... . 


79 


Goad, J 


1 


Fenner, F 


.. 86 


Eraser, L. D. . . .. 


200 


Godfrey, J. W.... 


... 10,^ 



222 



Index. 





Page 




Page 




Page 


Godson, C. St. L. M.' 


112 


Gregory, D.i 


. 140 


Hammond, J 


7 


Godson, E. P.2 


109 


Gregory, F.^ 


. 123 


Hammond, J 


177 


Godson, G. K.2 


102 


Gregory, P.i ... 


. 140 


Hammond, W.^ 


73 


Godson, R.2 


109 


Gregson, A. H.^ 


. 137 


Hammond, W. 0. ... 


25 


Godson. W. 0. C.i ... 


112 


Gregson, H. B.^ 


. 166 


Hamond, — 


2 


Goldfinch, H. H. ... 


174 


Gregson, P. B.^ 


. 137 


Hancock, A. P. 


109 


Goldfinch, H. R. ... 


28 


Greig, A. W.i 


. 211 


Handheld- Jones, C.R 


187 


Goldie, A. L.i 


204 


Greig, G. L.i 


. 211 


Hanford, G. W. H... 


116 


Goldie, F. W.i .. .. 


209 


Grenfell, A. P 


. 200 


Hankin, D.B 


70 


Goldie, J. H 


29 


Grey, N 


1 


Hannam, F. 


2S 


Golding, — 


12 


Griffin, R. H 


. 146 


Hansen, E.M 


168 


Golding, T 


111 


Griffith, A 


. 202 


Hanson, H.^ 


88 


Golding-Bird, C. H.^ 


98 


Griffiths, T. P 


. 50 


Hanson, R.^ 


90 


Goldino-Bird, G.^ .. 


96 


Griffiths, W. E. 


. 210 


Harding, B 


214 


Golding-Bird, J. P.i.. 


116 


Grimes, S 


2 


Harding, F. H.^ .. 


126 


Golds, W. H 


171 


Griffith, A. .. . 


. 202 


Harding, W. J.i .. 


164 


Goldsmid, — 1 .. .. 


18 


Growse, R 


. 151 


Hardinge, B.^ 


58 


Goldsmid, — ^ 


18 


Guesdon, C. A. 


. 136 


Hardinge, E. S. 


56 


Goode, M.i .. .. 


159 


Guest, J. H. ... 


. 35 


Hardinge, H.^ 


26 


Goode, T. H.i 


151 


Guille, P. M. .. . 


. 76 


Hardinge, R. J.^ .. 


54 


Gorham, A. W.i .. 


96 


Gullifer. H. R.^ 


. 34 


Hards, A. 1 


73 


Gorham, D. G.^' 


134 


Gullifer, W. J.^ 


. 34 


Hards, J. T.i 


73 


Gorham, E. J. 1 


102 


Guy, D. S 


. 136 


Hardwicke, C. S. .. 


. 187 


Gorham, J.^ 


18 


Gwyn, H. S 


. 34 


Hardy, C.E.i 


189 


Gorham, J. M.- 


129 






Hardy, F. B.i 


189 


Gorham, P.^ 


. 164 






Hardy, F. B 


. 197 


Gorham, E. W.2 


134 






Hare, C. F.^ ... . 


. 49 


Gorham, W.3 


. 19 


H. 




Hare, F. S. C 


. 148 


Gott, A. G.i 


44 






Hare, G. D.^ 


49 


Gott, W. 0} 


. 44 


Haddan, C. W 


. 24 


Hare, H. C.^ 


. 49 


Gowan, W 


. 44 


Hadfield, A. J.i 


. 98 


Hare, H. J.i 


. 54 


Graham, A. S.^ 


. 210 


Hadfield, G. S.^ 


. 98 


Hare, W. C. W.^ .. 


. 49 


Graham, C. 0,^ 


. 158 


Hadfield, H. J.^ . 


. 98 


Harland, H. C 


. 197 


Graham, C. N 


. 36 


Hadfield, W.R. P.^. 


. 98 


Harmar, G. J 


. Ill 


Graham, F. G 


. 202 


Haggard, B. M.^ . 


. 102 


Harper, H. L 


. 52 


Graham, N.C.i 


. 163 


Haggard, W.H.D.i. 


98 


Harrington, F. M.^ .. 


. 188 


Graham, P. N.i 


189 


Haggitt, E. D 


. 183 


Harrington, T. F.^ .. 


. 189 


Graham, T 


. 158 


Hale, T 


. 5 


Harris, — 


. 12 


Grant, A. E 


. 181 


Hall, A. L.i ... . 


. 168 


Harris, A. A 


. 28 


Gray, A. S.i 


136 


Hall, D 


. 143 


Harris, B 


. 153 


Gray, F.^ 


166 


Hall, F.- 


. 131 


Harris, E. B.^ .. .. 


. 151 


Gray, H.^ 

Gray, 0.^ 


159 


Hall, F. G.i ... . 


. 169 


Harris, H. N 


. 184 


159 


Hall, H.2 


. 120 


Harris, J. G. W.i .. 


. 151 


Gray, 0. D.i 


116 


Hall, R. M 


. 52 


Harrison, A. W. 


. 93 


Gray, W. B.i 


127 


Hall, S. A.- .. . 


. 101 


Harrison, C 


. 26 


Graystone, S. W. .. 


. 181 


Hallett, C. C. H. . 


. 177 


Harrison, C. E. G. .. 


. 78 


Greatheed, C.^ .. .. 


92 


Halliley, W 


5 


Harrison, C. W. I. .. 


. 80 


Greatheed, J.^ .. .. 


. 88 


Hallowes, A. C.^ . 


. 76 


Harrison, G 


. 117 


Greatheed, S.^ 


. 88 


Hallowes, F.i ... . 


. 76 


Harrison, J 


. 28 


Greatheed, W.i 


. 103 


Hallowes, K. E. C.^. 


. 93 


Harriss, E.i 


. 129 


Greaves, P. C 


. 206 


Halse, H. S.i ... . 


.. 207 


Harriss, W. F.^ 


. 118 


Green, A. W 


. 41 


Halse, M. J.i ... . 


. 207 


Harrisson, A. . . 


. 153 


Green, R. B. L. 


. 182 


Haly, S 


.. 25 


Hart, A 


. 14 


Green, S. F 


. 92 


Hamilton, C. C.^ 


.. 206 


Hart, H. P 


. 30 


Greene, J. H 


. 179 


Hamilton, C. H.^ . 


.. 203 


Hart, P. L 


. 156 


Greene, T.W 


. 94 


Hamilton, F. R. A. . 


.. 148 


Hart, R. P 


. 54 


Greenhill, G. V. J^.. 


. 127 


Hamilton, G. F. D.i. 


.. 171 


Hart, W. G 


. 203 


GreenhiU, W. S. R.^ 


. 103 


Hamilton, J. A.i . 


.. 202 


Hartree, J.^ 


. 203 


Gregg, A.i 


. 182 


Hamilton, J. T. 


.. 27 


Hartree, W.i 


. 204 


Gregg, F 


. 15 


Hamilton, L. A. H.^ 


171 


HartweU, C 


. 70 


Gregg, F 


. 47 


Hammond, C.^ .. . 


.. 69 


Harvey, F. G 


. 153 


Gregg, R.i ... . 


. 182 


Hammond, H. .. 


.. 9 


Harward, C. M.i 


. 73 


Gregorie, D. G.... 15 


3, 215 


Hammond, H.^.. 


58 


Harward, T. N.i .. 


. 54 



Index. 



223 





Papre 




Pag-e 




Page 


Harwood, H. L. 


.. 93 


Hill, N. G.^ ... . 


. 200 


Hoskins, W. E. 


. 16 


Harwood, J. B, 


.. 50 


Hill, K C. J 


. 184 


Hough, P. St. J. . 


. 132 


Hasi^ard, F. C. ... 


.. 41 


Hill, W. J. C 


. 168 


Howard, A.^ 


.. 189 


Hatch, — 


.. 13 


Hilliard, F. W 


. 169 


Howard, A. G.^ 


.. 180 


Hatch, W.... ... 


1 


Hillman, J. .. . 


. 61 


Howard, J. E."-^... 


.. 185 


Hathorne, J. K. 


.. 161 


Hills, E.i 


. 123 


Howard, J. T. .. . 


.. 84 


Hatt, C. C.i ... 


.. 197 


Hills, W.i 


. 123 


Howard, R. E. . 


.. 181 


Hatt, J. J.i ... 


.. 197 


Hillver, W. H 


. 159 


Howard, W. C." . 


.. 180 


Hawkins, F.i ... 


.. 150 


Hilton, E. Y} ... . 


. 141 


Howden, A 


.. 187 


Hawkins, F. S.... 


.. 161 


Hilton, M. Fi ... 


141 


Howell, A.i ... 


.. 214 


Hawkins, G. A.^ 


.. 163 


Hilton, S. 0.1 ... . 


. 141 


Howell, A. P.i ... 


.. 69 


Hawkins, J. A. ... 


.. 153 


Hind, R. J 


.. 198 


Howell, B.2 .. 


.. 121 


Hawkins, J. H.^ 


.. 163 


Hinde, P.i 


.. 99 


Howell, G. 


.. 121 


Haycock, E. .. 


.. 57 


Hinde, W. H.i... . 


.. 76 


Howell, P. 2 


.. 121 


Hayes, C. H. ... 


.. 15o 


Hindley, W. P. 


.. 148 


Howell, R.2 ... 


.. 146 


Hayes, J. J. A.... 


.. 177 


Hitch,— 


. 12 


Howell, T. F. G.i 


.. 88 


Hayley, B. 


.. 19 


Hoare, C. S.i ... . 


.. 134 


Howgate, J. E. 


.. 185 


Hay men, E. S.i 


.. ir6 


Hoare, E. A.^ .. . 


.. 117 


Howse, F. R. ... 


.. 143 


Haymen, H. ^ ... 


.. 158 


Hoare, E. B.i .. . 


.. 101 


Hubbard, A. E.^ 


.. 179 


Hayne, H. B. R.i 


.. 196 


Hoare, J. C.^ ... . 


.. 131 


Hubbard, A. G.^ 


.. 212 


Hayne, L. B.i .. 


.. 196 


Hoare, J. G.^ ... . 


. 108 


Hubbard, A. 0.^ 


.. 179 


Haynes, J. 


6 


Hobsou, A. C 


.. 210 


Hubbard, G. C.^ 


.. 179 


Hayward, F. G. 


.. 203 


Hodgson, J. G 


.. 96 


Huckstafif, J. ... 


.. 5 


Haywood, V. ... 


9 


Hodgson, R 


.. 53 


Hudson, 'J\ H. B.i 


.. 100 


Head, J 


.. 10 


Hodgson, S.i ... 6 


3, 213 


Hudson, W. J.i 


.. 100 


Head, J 


.. 11 


Hodgson, W.i ... 


. 42 


Hughes, F. 


.. 26 


Headland, F. J. 


.. 19 


Hodson, H 


.. 11 


Hughes, J. R. .. 


.. 138 


Headley, G. T. . 


.. 151 


Hogg, E.i 


.. 156 


Hughes, T. R. ... 


.. 168 


Healey, C 


.. 156 


Hogg,H.R.i ... . 


175 


Hughes-Hughes, A. 


1 143 


Healey, H. 


.. 103 


Hogg, J. E.i ... 15 


5,215 


Hughes-Hughes, C.A.i 113 


Heath, R 


4 


Holben, P. M 


.. 204 


Hughes-Hughes, F. 


W.i 


Hebbert, E. G.i 


.. 163 


Holding, W. S. 


.. 189 




121 


Hebbert, H. L.i 


.. 140 


Holland, A 


.. 159 


Hughes-Hughes, M. 


E.i 


Hedges, H. 


.. 11 


Hollings, G 


.. 48 




129 


Hedges, J. H. ... 


.. 95 


Holmes, H. M. D.^ . 


146 


Hughes-Hughes, W 


.0.1 


Hegmbothom, C. 


.. 203 


Holmes, J 


.. 2 




113 


Helm, J. A. C... 


.. 50 


Holmes, R. H.^... 


.. 163 


Hulke, F. B. ... 


.. 183 


Helsham, D.^ ... / 


■2, 213 


Holroyd, F 


. 181 


Hulkes, H. S. ... 


. 26 


Helsham, G.^ ... 


. 76 


Holt, W 


.. 42 


Hull, C 


12, 13 


Henham, W. L 


.. 137 


Homan, E. J 


.. 128 


Humfrey, C. 


... 83 


Henniker, E.^ ... 


.. 92 


Home wood, W. H. . 


.. 64 


Humfrey, Ch. 


.. 58 


Henniker, F.^ .. 


. 92 


Hooker, S. J 


.. 181 


Hummel, H. J. J.^ 


.. 206 


Henry, N. C. .. 


.. 158 


Hooper, J 


.. 6 


Hummel, R. H.i 


.. 208 


Henson, G. F. ... 


.. 115 


Hooper, S. F 


.. 151 


Humphry, A.^ ... 


.. 101 


Herbert, D. 


., 195 


Hooper, W. E. P. . 


.. 60 


Humphry, E. W.' 


... 70 


Herbert, T. 


.. 8 


Hope, C. W. W. . 


.. 170 


Humphry, F.^ .. 


.. 106 


Herklots, G. A.... 


.. 76 


Hopkins, C 


.. 74 


Humphry, F. A.^ 


.. 60 


Herries, E. 


.. 37 


Hopkins, J. P 


.. 176 


Humphry, G. G.^ 


... 60 


Herring, G. E. .. 


. 63 


Hore, A. H.i ... . 


.. 51 


Humphry, J.^ ... 


... 95 


Hervey, C. H. A.^ 


.. 161 


Hore, C. C.2 ... . 


.. 137 


Humphry, J. G.^ 


75 


Hervey, F. W. F.i 


. 161 


Hore, F. S.i ... . 


.. 65 


Hunnybun, J. ... 


.. 69 


Hervey, J. P. S. 


.. 180 


Hore, F. W. R.^ . 


.. 138 


Hunt, E.i 


.. 23 


Hervey, W. J.i 


.. 168 


Hore, H. A.2 ... . 


.. 143 


Hunt, F. W. ... 


.. 127 


Hewisun, E. 


.. 90 


Hore, J. F.i ... . 


.. 35 


Hunt, J. A.i ... 


. 19 


Hey, S 


.. 208 


Home, A. P. 1 ... . 


.. 199 


Hunt, J. A. ... 


... 95 


Higgins, F. 


.. 9 


Hornc, B. W.i ... . 


.. 183 


Hunt, T 


.. 7 


Higham, E. 


.. 5 


Home, E. L.i ... . 


.. 205 


Hunter, A. E. ... 


.. 158 


Hiohfield, G.i .. 


.. 212 


Home, T 


1 


Hunter, C. B. R. 


.. 175 


Highfield, \M} ... 


.. 212 


Home, W. J.i ... . 


.. 183 


Hurdis, T 


.. 15 


Hill, A. 0.1 ... 


.. 97 


Home, W. W.i... . 


.. 208 


Hussey, E. L.^ ... 


.. 23 


Hill, B.i 


.. 97 


Hornell, R 


.. 87 


Hussey, G. L.^ ... 


.. 48 


Hill, H. A.2 ... 


.. 156 


Hoskins, A. ^ 


.. 19 


Hutchings, W. J. 


.. 128 


Hm,J 


.. 76 


Hoskins, H.i ... . 


.. 19 


Hutchinson, C. H. 


... 28 



224 



Index. 





Pa^e 




Page 




Page 


Hutchinson, W, 


5 


Johnson, B. S.^... 


.. 184 


Kerr, W 


. 199 


Hntton, J. S 


180 


Johnson, C.- ... . 


.. 203 


Key, T. E 


. 191 






Johnson, F.^ ... . 


.. 185 


Kibble, T 


. 30 






Johnson, G.^ 


.. 127 


Kidd, F. N 


. 204 


I. 




Johnson, G. H 


.. 159 


Kilgour, W. R. S. . 


.. 176 






Johnson, H. G.^ 


.. 190 


Killik, F, A. ... 


.. 203 


r Anson, T. B 


11 


Johnson, M. S.^ 


.. 127 


Kinder, H 


. 61 


levers, E. F. W. ... 


212 


Johnston, H. W. 


.. 82 


King. C 


.. 8 


Illingworth, H. H. ... 


205 


Johnstone, A. P.^ . 


.. 198 


King, J 


.. 28 


Irving, C 


33 


Johnstone, E. C. P.^ 


.. 198 


King, K 


.. 76 


Irving- Noble, N. 


166 


Johnstone, V. P.^ . 


.. 198 


King, R. M 


.. 194 


Isaacs, A. H.i 


136 


Jones, A. W. L.^ . 


.. 196 


King,, W. W. .. 


.. 135 


Isaacs, C. E.i 


153 


Jones, C. A 


.. ^Q 


Kingsnorth, T 


.. 147 


Isaacs, E. G.^ 


136 


Jones, F 


.. 69 


Kingston, G. .. 


.. 15 


Isaacs, P. A.1 


154 


Jones, G 


.. 162 


Kingston, T 


.. 9 


Isaacson, C S.^ 


90 


Jones, G. H 


.. 79 


Kipping, — 


.. 13 


Isaacson, P. E.^ 


100 


Jones, G. H. D. 


.. 146 


Kirby, CM 


.. 162 


Isaacson, S. J.^ 


100 


Jones, H. C 


.. 191 


Kirk, H 


.. 173 


Isaacson, T. F 


57 


Jones, R 


.. 80 


Kirwan, R 


.. 80 


Isard, A. J 


163 


Jones, R. F.H.i 


.. 197 


Kittoe, E 


.. 90 


Isard, J. C 


47 


Jones, T 


.. 3 


Knightley, W. R. . 


.. 199 


Isherwood, P. A. B. . . , 


187 


Jones, W. T. B. 


.. 150 


Knowles, J 


.. 130 


Ismay, J . . 


3 


Jopson, W. M 


.. 171 


Knox, A. ^ 


.. 41 






Jordan, G.^ 


.. 51 


Knox, C. D 


.. 204 






Jordan, J.^ ... . 


., 51 


Knox, H.i 


.. 38 


J. 




Jordan, J 


.. 79 


Knox, T 


2, 15 






Josselyn, G. F 


.. 113 


Knox, T.i 


.. 24 


Jackson, — 


12 


Joyce, C 


.. 71 


Knox, V 


.. 2 


Jackson, F. A 


210 


Judd, A 


1 


Knox, V 


.. 2 


Jackson, J. A 


101 


Jukes, M 


.. 135 


Knox, V.i 


.. 22 


Jackson, R 


35 


Julian, A 


.. 81 


Koe, R. L 


.. 38 


Jacomb-Hood, G. P,i 


158 






Kortright, C J.^ 


. 208 


Jacorab-Hood, J. W.^ 


158 






Kortright, M.^ ... 


. 208 


James, — 


3 


K. 




Kufal, H 


.. 191 


James, — 


12 






Kynaston, E. ... 


.. 173 


James, — 12, 13 


Keams, E 


.. 128 






James, A. J.^ 


138 


Kearsey, F. B 








James, 1). W. G. ... 


29 


(see Thomas, F B, 


"21) 


L; 




James, E. de B. 


60 


Kearsley, J 


.. 10 






James, H. N.^ 


136 


Keene, H. G. H. . 


.. 121 


Lachlan, E. U} . 


.. 176 


James, L. A.^ 


140 


Kekewich, T.^ ... . 


.. 26 


Lachlan, G. L.i... . 


.. 147 


Jaques, J. H 


207 


Kekewich, W.^.. . 


.. 26 


Lachlan, G. T 


.. 195 


Jarvis, T. L. H. 


202 


Kellett, W. 


.. 196 


Lachlan, H. N.i 


.. 136 


Jeffery, J 


8 


Kelly, — 


.. 12 


Lachlan, R.'^ ... . 


.. 147 


Jekyll, H. J.i 


96 


Kelly, F 


.. 71 


Lachlan, T. 0.1... . 


.. 136 


Jekyll. J.i 


103 


Kelly, W. ... ... . 


.. 91 


Lachlan, W.i ... . 


.. 136 


Jekyll, J. W.i 


96 


Kemble, M. F.... 41, 213 


Ladds, S 


.. 132 


Jenkins, F. C.^ 


162 


Kemp, L. Y 


.. 130 


Lake, H 


.. 58 


Jenkins, G.^ 


195 


Kemp, W 


.. 79 


Lambarde, H 


.. 86 


Jenkins, H.- 


210 


Kempson, E. ... 


.. 60 


Lambart, 0. G 


.. 47 


Jenkins, J. E.^ 


156 


Kempt, F. J 


.. 170 


Land, W. A. H. . 


.. 212 


Jenkins, M 


1 


Kennington, A.^ 


.. 202 


Lander, H. C 


.. 201 


Jenkins, W.^ 


191 


Kennington, C.^ 


.. 192 


Lane, T 


.. 14 


Jennings, C. F. J. ... 


141 


Kennington, E.^ 


.. 192 


Lanfear, B.^ ... . 


.. 206 


t Jephson, A. J.^ 


144 


Kennington, S.^ 


.. 208 


Lanfear, H. W. B.V 


.. 185 


• Jephson, C. D. H. J.^ 


134 


Kensit, G 


.. 71 


Lang, H. M 


.. 210 


• Jephson, J. P. J.^ ... 


134 


Kent, W. G. ... 


.. 204 


Langford, F.^ ... . 


.. 36 


• Jephson, R. J.^ 


134 


Kenward, A. J. 


.. 210 


Langford, W.^ ... 


.. 45 


Jerram, J. H 


200 


Keogh, A. N. F.i 


.. 148 


Langham, F. G. 


.. 181 


Jervis, T 


16 


Keogh, G. P. F.i . 


.. 146 


Langhorne, H. S.^ . 


.. 176 


Jessopp, J. .. 19 


,213 


Ker, C. W. K.^ 


.. 166 


Langhorne, W. H.^ . 


.. 173 


Jessopp, J. F 


69 


Ker, J. J.i 


.. 166 


Langridge, C. B. 


.. 188 


Jeyes, J. G 


32 


Kerr, W 


.. 57 


Langston, H. W. D. . 


.. 95 



Index. 



225 





Page 




Page 




Page 


Langton, H.^ ... . 


. 72 


Lindsell, E. B.3 


. 103 


McGrath, H. W. ... 


112 


Langton, P. S.^.. .. 


. 74 


Lindsell, F. R. B.^ .. 


. 119 


Mclntyre, A.^ 


156 


Large, J 


. 5 


Lindsell, J. B. 2 


. 104 


Mclntyre, A. G. M. .. 


141 


Larking, H.^ ... . 


. 45 


Lindsell, W. H. B.-.. 


. 104 


Mclntyre, D. C. F.K. 


156 


Larking, S. P.' .. . 


. 55 


Linton, E.W.i 


. 104 


Mackay, E.V 


123 


Latter, E 


. 10 


Linton, L. W.i 


. 104 


Maclaren, L 


143 


Latter, E . 


. 14 


Little, J. E.i 


. 148 


Maclean, S 


112 


Latter, T 


. 8 


Little, J. H 


. 119 


McLeod,B.i 


113 


Laurie, J. C 


. 167 


Little, J. W.i 


. 194 


McLeod,G. G.2 


176 


Laurie, R P 


. 63 


Littlejohn, A 


2 


McLeod,H.N.2 


186 


Law, A. J 


. 96 


Lloyd, a> 


. 119 


McLeod, R. E.i 


121 


Lawes, E 


. 19 


Lloyd, E.F 


. 192 


Maclure, R. M. 


187 


Lawford, E. B. 


. 143 


Lloyd, G.E 


. 138 


McQueen, C. H. 


201 


Lawrence, C. R. L. . 


67 


Lloyd, H 


. 39 


McQueen, D.* 


74 


Lawrence, E. J.^ 


. 25 


Lloyd, H. R 


. 154 


McQueen, F.i 


74 


Lawrence, E. J. R."'.. 


. 93 


Lloyd, J. H 


120 


McQueen, W. J. ... 


184 


Lawrence, E. L. 


. 173 


Lloyd, J. K.2 


. 19 


Macrea, B. H. E.i ... 


176 


Lawrence, H. C 


. 25 


Lloyd, T.2 


. 19 


Macrea, H. F. M.i ... 


187 


Lawrence, J. B."- 


. 93 


Lloyd, W.i 


. 120 


Magnay, A. J 


42 


Lawson, H. W. G.^. 


. 99 


Lloyd, W. E. E. .. 


. 191 


Magnay, C.^ 


59 


Lawson, W. C.^ 


. 99 


Lochee, A. C.i 


. 138 


Magnay, J. ^ 


59 


Laycock, R. C. R. . 


. 109 


Lochee, F. T.^ 


. 131 


Malcolm, H 




Leame, T 


. 2 


Lochee, L. T.i 


. 116 


(see Fauntleroy, H 


, 23) 


Learoyd, D. J 


. 163 


Lochde, W. A.1 


. 155 


Malet, T. St. L. 


131 


Leather, A. W. D. . 


. 79 


Lodge, C. E 


. 105 


Malkin, G. R. G. ... 


196 


Leather. F. J. .. . 


. 81 


Logan, A. E. H. .. 


. 180 


Mallam, J. S 


201 


Leathes,C.E.deM.. 


. 199 


Lombard, C. E. 


. 209 


Manders, F. R. H. ... 


176 


Leathcs, C. S 


. 25 


Loney, S. L 


. 167 


Manning, M. A. 


190 


Leathes, H. de M} . 


.. 199 


Lord, J. W 


. 100 


Mansfield, H.i 


134 


Lechmere, N 


.. 10 


Lotherington, T. T... 


33 


Mansfield, W.I.. 


121 


Lecky, R. St. C. 


.. 176 


Lovegrove, H 


. 206 


Marchant, T 


33 


Ledger, A 


.. 42 


Low, A. F.i 


. 96 


Marchant, W. R. . 


184 


Lee, F 


.. 61 


Low, G. J.i 


. 107 


Margetts, A. P. 


209 


Lee, H. H. .. . 


.. 144 


Lowdell, S 


. 70 


Markby, A.P.1 


94 


Lee, R. F 


.. 184 


Lowndes, G. D. 


. 24 


Markby, E. G.^ 


88 


LeFeuvre, H. J. 


.. 89 


Luard, C. H 


. 70 


Markby, F. W.i .. 


88 


LeFleming, E. K.^ . 


.. 210 


Luard, F. W 


173 


Markby, G.^ 


88 


LaFleming, E. R.^ . 


.. 208 


Luard, N.i 


. 105 


Marriott, — 


12 


LeFleming, H.^ 


.. 198 


Luard, P. J. 1 ... . 


. 105 


Marriott, C. J. B. .. 


173 


LeFleming, H.M.1 


.. 190 


Luard-Selby, B. S. . 


. 132 


Marsack, A. J. . . . . 


172 


LeFleming, J.^.. 


.. 187 


Lucas, G. D 


. 194 


Marshall, A. M.i .. 


207 


Legg, G. T 


. 127 


Lucas, S. A 


. 212 


Marshall, C. E.i .. 


187 


Leggatt, W. L... . 


.. 177 


Luck, J 


. 10 


Marshall, C.L 


77 


Leggett, F. C.^.. . 


.. 67 


Luckham, A. J.^ 


. 152 


Marshall, E 


11 


Leggett, F. 0.^.. . 


.. 112 


Luckham, E. H.^ . 


. 212 


Marshall, F.i ..187 


, 215 


Leman, R. E 


. 112 


Ludlow, A. E 


. 187 


Marshall, J. M.i .. 


207 


Le Alesurier, J.^ 


.. 36 


Lumb, J 


. 163 


Martial, F 


. 4 


Le Mesurier, P. P.^ 


.. 36 


Luscombe, F 


. 124 


Martin, D.i .. . 


155 


Leslie, A 


.. 152 


Lywood, L. W. 


. 144 


Martin, F.2 


. 144 


Leslie, M 


.. 128 






Martin, G.W.3.. .. 


. 82 


Lever, J. 


.. 1 






Martin, J. P.^ 


. 156 


Lewellin, R. T. 


.. 65 


M. 




Martin, T.2 .. .. 


126 


Lewin, M 


.. 123 






Martin, T. G.^ 


. 156 


Lewis, A. W.i ... 


.. 135 


Mac Andrew, K. A.. 


. 210 


Martin, W 


2, 6 


Lewis, G. F. H.i 


.. 150 


Macarthy, — ^ ... . 


. 20 


Martin, W.3 


. 55 


Lewis, T. N.i ... 


.. 159 


Macarthy, — ^ ... . 


.. 20 


Martin, W.E 


203 


Ley, J 


.. 186 


Macarthy, — ^ ... . 


.. 20 


Marwood, H.^ 


. 180 


Lind, G. F. ... 


.. 147 


Mac Bride, H. K.i . 


.. 191 


Marwood, W. F.i .. 


. 179 


Lindridge, G. E. 


.. 107 


Mac Bride, H.P.B.i. 


.. 191 


Marzetti, A.^ 


. 181 


Lindsay-Carnegie, H. A. 


McGiU, A. F.i ... 


.. 101 


Marzetti, C.i 


. 166 




76 


McGill, H. J.i ... . 


.. 85 


Marzetti, E.i 


. 186 


Lindsell, A. K.^ 


.. 127 


McGill, K. J.i ... 


.. 97 


Marzetti, H.i 


. 138 


Lindsell,C. F.V. 


.. 131 


McGill, W. E ^. . 


.. 85 


Marzetti, L 


. 186 



226 



Index. 





Page 




Page 




Page 


Marzetti, R. R.^ 


.. 138 


MiUs, T. G.i 


115 


Murton, W 


81 


Mather, R. B.i ... 


.. 100 


Mills, V 


13 


Murton, W. H 


168 


Mather, R. I.i ... 


.. 100 


Milne, B. A 


122 


Musson, A. W 


193 


Mather, S.i 


.. 100 


Milns, H. G 


49 


Myers, J 


3 


Mathias, M. V. 


.. 81 


Minet, W. B 


20 






Matthews, H. F. 


.. 116 


Minet, W. B 


83 






Maule, A} 


.. 79 


Mitchell, G. E 


173 


N. 




Maule, H. C. ... 


.. 156 


Mitchell, H. M'P. ... 


173 






Maule, W.i ... 


.. 79 


Mitford, J 


15 


Nance, J 


27 


Maw, F. D. ... 


.. 211 


Moffatt, W. R 


166 


Napier, C. C 


192 


Mawley, H. J.^ 


.. 71 


Monckton, L. M.^ ... 


195 


Napier, C. F 


172 


Mawley, S.^ ... 


.. 109 


Mbnckton, 0. M.i ... 


199 


Nares, G 


61 


May,- 


.. 13 


Money, F. J 


47 


Nash, C.i 


86 


May,— 


.. 13 


Monk, A.i 


71 


Nash, E. R.2 


142 


May, A.i ... . 


.. 84 


Monk, W. J.i 


36 


Nash, F. R.- 


147 


May, H.i 


.. 52 


Montague, C. A. H.^ 


131 


Nash, T 


29 


May, J 


.. 11 


Montague, J. M.^ .. 


132 


Nash,W.i 


81 


May, J. T} ... 


.. 52 


Montague, W. G.^ ... 


132 


Neall, D. F.i 


164 


May, P.i 


.. 97 


Monypenny, R. J. L.^ 


65 


Neall, L. H.^ 


144 


May, R.C. 


.. 108 


Monypenny, S. H. ... 


208 


Neame, L. M 


123 


May, W 


.. 78 


MonyiJenny, T. P. B.^ 


59 


Neve, A. 


186 


Maymott, J. 


.. 3 


Moody, J. L 


26 


Neville, F.H 


95 


Mayne, J. W. C. 


.. 197 


Moon, W 


85 


Neville, R 


101 


Meade, W. S. .. 


.. 48 


Moore C 


12 


Newbold, E 


7 


Meddows, J. ... 


5 


Moore, F.i 


193 


Newington, A. W. B.^ 


101 


Melbourn, H. C.i 


.. 194 


Moore, G.i 


187 


Newington, C 


148 


Melboiirn, N. W.i 


.. 193 


Moore, G 


154 


Newington, C. D. G.^ 


100 


Mell, W. 0. ... 


.. 84 


Moore, H 


175 


Newington, D. P. D.^ 


101 


Mellersh, M. N.^ 


., 181 


Moore, J. ^ 


179 


Newington, G.^ 


73 


Mellersh, P. S. N.^ 


.. 190 


Moore, J. A 


30 


Newington, J 


136 


Mello, J.M. ... 


.. 75 


Moore, J. E. S. 


211 


New-ington, P.3 


36 


Melsheimer, R. E. 


.. 123 


Moore, L 


90 


Newington, P. C. .. 


160 


Melvill, M. 


.. 67 


Moreton, R 


9 


Newington, R. S.' ... 


61 


Menpes, J. W. .. 


.. 67 


Morfill, W. R 


74 


Newington, W.^ 


36 


Mercer, A.^ 


... 130 


Morgan, A. de V.i ... 


130 


Ne\vman. J 


8 


Mercer, A. L. ... 


.. 201 


Morgan, C. C 


53 


Newman, R 


6 


Mercer, F. J. .. 


.. 108 


Morgan, C. L. G.^ ... 


122 


Newman, W 


1 


Mercer, F. R.^.. 


.. 131 


Morgan, J. R.- 


36 


Newton, A 


42 


Mercer, L 


... 142 


Morgan, T. P. 1 


134 


Newton, C.^ 


65 


Mercer, R. M.^.. 


... 152 


Morgan, W. C 


150 


Newton, C.H 


43 


Mercer, W. D. ... 


... 163 


Morgan, W. J.- 


36 


Newton, G 


128 


Michael, C. E.i 


... 198 


Morley, F. W 


159 


Newton, J.^ 


26 


Michael, R. W.i 


... 210 


Morris, F 


33 


Newton, J.^ 


65 


MicheU, R. 


... 12 


Morris, N 


123 


Newton, J. W.i .. .. 


65 


Milburn, R.G.... 


... 209 


Morrison, W.D. R. . 


34 


Newton, T. E.^ 


28 


Miles, H.H. ... 


... 55 


Mortlock, R 


10 


Nibbs, — 


13 


Miller,— 


.. 13 


Moser, A. T.^ 


156 


Nicholl, H. B 


193 


Miller, E.L. ... 


... 57 


Moser, C. H.^ 


156 


Nicholl, S 


13 


iMiller, L. L. . . 


. . 203 


Mott, H. A.D 


211 


Nicholls, J. A 


188 


Miller, R.L. ... 


... 90 


Mould, J. C 


127 


Nichols, C. .. .. 


191 


Miller, R. M. ... 


... 166 


Moy, C. T.i 


177 


Nicholson, D.i 


190 


Milles, C. W.i ... 


... 124 


Moy, H, A.i 


177 


Nicholson, E. W. B. 


114 


MiUes, G. R.1 ... 


... 105 


Mudd, B. W 


167 


Nicholson, G.i .. . 


179 


Milles, R. S.i ... 


... 142 


Muggeridge, A. L.^ .. 


134 


Nicholson, J. H.- .. 


65 


Milles, W. J.i ... 


... 124 


Muggeridge, N. E.^ .. 


134 


Nicholson, R.^ .. .. 


179 


Mimngton,H.i... 


... 37 


Muirhead, F. S. 


140 


Nicholson, W. N.- .. 


74 


Millington, T.i... 


... 37 


:\ruiiett, W. J. R. .. 


138 


Nicolas, H. A 


204 


Mills,— 


... 12 


MuUiner, F. E. 


148 


Nicolas, N.H 


53 


Mills,— 


.. 13 


Mundell, H. I.i 


25 


Nightingale, E. C.^ . 


150 


Mills. C 


... 164 


Mundell, W. A.i .. 


20 


Nightingale, J. L.^ .. 


147 


Mills, J 


... 14 


Mungeam, G.^ 


29 


Nixon, A.^ 


107 


Mills, J. B.i ... 


... 107 


Mungeam,W. M.i 29 


,213 


Nixon, J. E.^ ... . 


104 


Mills, T 


... 7 


Muiray, W. A. 


170 


Noakes, S 


29 



Index. 



227 





Page 




Noble, G. E 


.. 112 


Palmer, T.^ 


Noot, W. F 


. 193 


Panuwell, — . ... 


Norman, G 


. 142 


Paramore, J. D.^ 


Norman, W.B 


. 170 


Paramore, W. P.i 


Norris, — 


. 13 


Pardoe, H. W.... 


Norris, — 


• ^l 


Paris, E.i 


North, 


7 


Paris, J.^ 


North, T. C 


. 11 


Paris, M 


Norsworthy, C. P. . 


208 


Parish, A.^ 


Nottidge, A. J.i 


. 79 


Parish, C. W.2 .. 


Nottidge, G. S.i 


. 62 


Parish, E. V. L,i 


Nottidge, H.^ ... 


. 105 


Parish, F 


Nottidge, T.i . . . 


. 62 


Parish, G. W.2 .. 


Nottidge, W.i ... 


. 75 


Parker, A 


Nourse, W. J. C. . 


. 144 


Parker, A. G.^ ... 


Nussey, A. F.^... . 


. 83 


Parker, C.- 


Nussey, T. J. H.i . 


. 83 


Parker, F. J.i ... 


Nye, H. F 


. 20 


Parker, Jas.^ ... 
Parker, Jno.'^ ... 
Parker, T.'^ 


0. 




Parker, W. J. ... 
Parkes, E. B. H.^ 


Oakes, D. H. S.i . 


. 187 


Parkes, E. H.i ... 


Oakes, R J C.i 


. 187 


Parkinson, W. T. 


O'Brien, J. H 


. 100 


Parry, E. C. M. 


Offley, C 


. 37 


Parry, F. T. G. 


Ogilvie, W. H. M. 


. 27 


Parry, N. F. C.i 


O'Grady, H. de C.^ . 


. 208 


Parry, 0. C.^ ... 


O'Grady, S. de C.^ . 


. 208 


Parsons, A. J. ... 


O'Hanlon, H. F. . 


97 


Paterson, H. 


Oldham, W. F. 


. 204 


Pattenden, H. ... 


Oliver, A. J 


. 90 


Pattinson, H. L.^ 


Oliver, G. W.i ... . 


. 71 


Pattinson, J. S.^ 


Oliver, H. A. G.^ . 


. 97 


Pattison, E.^ ... 


Olivier, S 


. 155 


Pattison, F.i ... 


Ormsby, G. F 


. 81 


Pattisson, A. J. T.^ 


Orton, G 


10 


Pattisson, F. L.^ 


Osborne, E 


11 


Pattison, H. T.^ 


Ottaway, W. W. . 


. 82 


Pattisson, J. J. ^ 


Otway, J. J.i .. . 


. 108 


Pattisson, R. M.^ 


Otway, R. C.i ... . 


. 108 


Pattisson, P. B.^ 


Owen, C. H.i ... . 


. 39 


Pattisson, W. B.^ 


Owen, E. H.i ... . 


. 39 


Paull, L. H. ... 


Owen, H. F.i ... . 


. 39 


Pawley, T. E. ... 


Owen, S 


. 5 


Peache, C. K. ... 


Oxlee, J 


. 3 


Peacock, A. K. W.^ 


Oyler, K 


. 147 


Peacock, J. W.i 
Peacocke, E. T. 
Peake, C. W. ... 


P. 




Peake, H. R.1 ... 
Peake, R.- 


Padwick, F. H. 


. 158 


Peake, R. T.^ ... 


Page, A 


. 126 


Peake, R. W.^ ... 


Page, J 


. 142 


Peake, T. P. 1 ... 


Paget, F. A. .. . 


. 77 


Peake, W. H. S.i 


Paget, T. C. B. P. F. 


B.P. 


Pearce, A. G. R.^ 




126 


Pearce, B. W.^ ... 


Pain. A 


. 211 


Peareth, W. N.... 


Palmer, C. F 


. 183 


Pears, S. D. ... 


Palmer, F. 


. 44 


Pearson, C. H .. 


Palmer, F.i ... 


. 127 


Pearson, W. C... 


Pahner, G.^ 


. 109 


Pedley, H 


Palmer, J. L. ... 


. 44 


Peel, E.i 



Page 
110 

13 

95 

102 

107 

6 

6 

47 

31 
106 

31 
134 
106 

37 
162 

20 
173 

20 

20 

34 
104 
196 
193 

30 
187 
172 
198 
191 

29 

31 

6 

128 

160 

33 

33 
118 
144 
110 
110 
144 
128 
123 
134 
152 
179 
144 
132 

39 
175 
133 

20 
142 

20 
164 
186 
172 
201 
184 
156 

57 
170 
121 

42 



Peel, J.i 


.. 43 


Peel, R.i 


.. 46 


Peel, W.i 


.. 46 


Peet, A. W 


.. 112 


Pellatt, F. W 


. 75 


Pemble, T 


.. 5 


Pennell, F.^ ... . 


.. 86 


Pennell, G. B.i 


.. 86 


Pennell, K.1 ... . 


.. 86 


PenneU, R. H. E. . 


.. 207 


Pengree, — . 


.. 12 


Pennington, J 


5 


Penny, R. G. ... 81, 214 


Perrey, H. R. T. 


.. 67 


Perry, H.H. ... 


.. 211 


Perry, W 


.. 204 


Petley, H.i 


. 20 


Petley, P. McL.^ 


.. 20 


Philips, C. E. ... 


.. 108 


Phillips, A. W. 


.. 177 


Phillips, E. E.^.. 


.. 188 


Phillips, H. ... 


.. 136 


Phillips, H. C. ... 


.. 131 


Phillips, Fv. B.i .. 


. 204 


Philpot, W. ... 


.. 24 


Philpott, C. H.... 


. 147 


Philson, C. C.i . 


. 184 


Philson, S. C.i ... 


.. 170 


Pickance, J. W.^ 


. 94 


Pickance, W. J.i 


.. 85 


Picken, R. F. ... 


.. 175 


Pierce, A. 0.^ ... 


.. 87 


Pierce, J. C. M.^ 


.. 67 


Pierce, W. 


.. 6 


Pike, T 


7 


Pilcher, J. T. ... 


.. 210 


Pinkney, S. C. ... 


.. 210 


Pixell, C. H. V. 


. 85 


Plarr, V. G 


.. 170 


Piatt,- 


.. 12 


Piatt, H, E. P.i 


.. 93 


Piatt, T. H. P.i 


.. 114 


Plo Wright, C. G.i 


.. 207 


PI Wright, E. F.^ 


. 188 


Plowright, W. G.^ 


.. 201 


Pogson, C. A.^ .. 


.. 148 


Pogson, F. G.^ ... 


.. 122 


Poland, E. B 


. 197 


Polehampton, C. A.. 


.. 166 


Polhill, — . 


. 13 


PolhiU, F. C.i ... . 


.. 20 


PolhiU, G.i .... 


. 21 


Polhill, H. W. 0.1 . 


. 21 


Polhill, R 


.. 10 


Polhill, W 


.. 7 


Pollexfen, J. J. H. F. 176 


Pomfret, W. P. . 




(see Biirra, W. P., 58) 


Pooley, G.i 


.. 129 


Pooley, G. H 


.. 199 


Pooley, R.1 .... 


. 129 


Pope, E 


.. 195 


Pope, P. C 


.. 212 



q2 



228 



Index. 



Porter, C. W. H. 

Porter, G 

Porter, R 

Powell, A. W. ... 

Powell, J 

Power, F.^ 
Power, M.^ 
Power, W. J. T.i 
Poynder, R. 
Pratt, H. E.i ... 
Pratt, R. F.i ... 
Preston, R. C. ... 
Preyre, L. J. L. 
Prissick, C.^ 
Prissick, R. M. 11. ^ 
Prissick, T. H.^... 

Procter, J 

Procter, J. C. ... 

Proctor, J 

Proctor, W. E. ... 

Prole, H.i 

Prole, R. Le F, D.i 

Pryor, R 

Puckle, B. W.i .. 
Puckle, F. C.i ... 
Puckle, H, G.I.. 
Puckle, R.K.i... 
Puckle, W.i 

PuUan, A 

Purefoy, E. B. ... 
Purnell, A. C.^... 
PurneD, W.i .. 
Putland, G. 
Pyke-Nott, J. S. 
Pyne, A. J.^ .. 
Pyne, C. F. M.i 
Pyne, J. D.i ... 
Pyne, W. B.i ... 
Pyx,W 



R. 

Rae, E. Y. M. ... 

Rainier, D. 
Rainier, P. 

Raison, J 

Ralfs, E 

Rand, J 

Ranger, E. 
Ransom, H. A, V. 
Raper, W. A. C. 
Rashleigh, W. .. 
Rathbone, W. ... 
Rattray, A. 
Rattray, H. M.^ 
Rattray, R. H.^ 
Raven, H. F. ... 
Rawlings, J. N. 
Rawlinson, R. W. 
Rawsthorne, C. 
Ray, M. N. 
Raynor, C. L.^ ... 



Fage 

191 

6 

4 

124 

8 

40 

40 

40 

73 

26 

29 

47 

93 

202 

203 

202 

62 

68 

1 

163 

88 

86 

88 

77 

55 

55 

55 

70 

55 

203 

37 

21 

9 

204 

109 

109 

109 

109 

4 



183 

22 

15 

62 

21 

184 

186 

196 

212 

182 

84 

144 

163 

147 

115 

117 

95 

78 

166 

134 



Raynor, G. H.^ 

Raynor, P. E.i 

Read, A. J. 

Reade, A. E.i 

Reade, F. W 

Reade, H. St. J. 2 ... 

Reade, J 

Reade, L. E.i 

Reade, M.^ 

Reade-Revell, W. R. 

(see Revell, W. R., 

Redmayne, G. T.^ ... 

Redmayne, H 

Redmayne, R. R.^ ... 
Reeve, W. T. M. ... 

Reeves, T 

Reid, L. L 

Reina, H. G. B. ... 
Repton, F.W.^ 
Repton, H. W.i 

Revell,— 

Revell, W. R 

Reynolds, E. S. 
Reynolds, H. E.i ... 
Reynolds, J. C.i 

Rhodes, H 

Riach, M. S 

Rich, E. W. G.i ... 

Rich, H. R 

Rich, M. G.i 

Richards, — 

Richards, — 

Richards, — 

Richards, G 

Richards, G 

Richards, G.^^ 

Richards, J." 

Richards, M,^ 

Richards, W. S.^ ... 
Richardson, — . 
Richardson, C. J. R.^ 
Richardson, G. J. A.^ 
Richardson, H. A. .. 
Richardson, J. J. 

Richardson, R 

Ridgeway, F. E. 
Ridsdale, G. L. B.^.. 
Ridsdale, H. R. S.i ... 
Ridsdale, S. 0. B.i ... 
Ridsdale, W.H.E.^.. 
Ridsdale, W. R. S.^... 

Kigden, J. L 

Rigden, W. G 

Rigg, H. A.i 

Rigg, H. M.i 

Rivers, C. H.i 

Rivers, W. H. R.i ... 
Rivington, A. W. .., 

Rivington, S 

Roberts, C. C 

Roberts, E. P 

Roberts, J. F 

Roberts, R , 



Page 
135 
135 
186 
104 
116 
88 
5 
104 
105 

127) 

88 

136 

61 

193 

10 

210 

204 

162 

162 

13 

127 

156 

152 

152 

172 

177 

140 

102 

148 

12 

13 

13 

10 

13 

30 

26 

213 

21 

13 

150 

152 

106 

204 

9 

121 

79 

77 

79 

65 

68 

162 

110 

104 

120 

183 

183 

138 

, 110 

209 

105 

102 

190 



Roberts, S. E. ... 
Robertson, H. C. 
Robinson, A. E. 
Robin.son, C. 0.^ 
Robinson, S. A.^ 
Robinson, L. L. 
Robison, C. S. .. 
Robson, T. S. ... 
Rock, F. W.i ... 
Rock, G. H.1 ,. 
Rock, J. P.i ... 

Rogers, E 

Rogers, H. 

Rolfe, E 

Rolfe, He.i 
Rolfe, Hu.i ... 

Rolfe, J.^ 

Rolfe, R.i 

Rolfe, W.i 

Roods, — 

Rooke, — 

Rooke, — . 

Roots, F 

Roots, R 

Roots, T 

Roots T 

Roots, W 

Roots, W 

Roots, W 

Roper, H.^ 

Roper, J. C.i ... 
Roper, W.i 



Page 

39 

205 

135 

102 

102 

212 

21 

199 

196 

206 

192 

97 

61 

7 

57 

89 

55 

62 

84 

12 

12 

12 

2 

9 

,2,7 

5 



168 
160 
143 



Roper- Curzon, W. H. 


H., 

190 
192 


Rose, C. R 


Rose, T 


. 6 


Rosher, H. L 


193 


Ross, D 


. 167 


Ross, F. McC 


. 174 


Ross, H. A. .. .. 


. 93 


Rothwell, T 


. 73 


Rowe, T. B 


. 2 


Rowlandson, A. 


. 16 


Rowlandson, C. A. . 


. 99 


Rowsell, T. J 


. 27 


Ruck, S. C 


. 206 


Rudd, E. de S. S.i .. 


. 192 


Rudd, H. A. L.i 


196 


Rudyerd, H. W.i .. 


. 124 


Rudyerd, R. B.i .. 


. 125 


Russell, C. M 


. 80 


Russell, H. S 


. 152 


Rust, G. H 


. 85 


Rutley, H. G.^ 


. 138 


Rutley, S. B.i .. .. 


. 109 


Rutley, W. L.1 


110 


Ruxton, A. A.i 


. 43 


Ruxton, C. D.^.. . 


. 43 


Ruxton, G. A. F.^ . 


. 43 


Ruxton, G. F. S. . 


. 116 


Ruxton, J. H. H.i . 


. 25 


Ruxton, W. J. M.i . 


30 



Rymer- Jones, T. E. M. 211 



Index, 



229 









Page 




Page 






Selmes, H. P.i 


202 


Slegg, R.1 


. 40 


s. 




Serjeantson, L.^ 


212 


Smallpeice, F. A. .. 


. 205 






Serjeantson, R. J.^ ... 


212 


Smallpeice, F. F.^ ., 


102 




Page 


Shakespear, C. H. ... 


155 


Smallpeice, H. H.^ .. 


. 108 


Saint, J. J 


]6 


Shard, C.i 


130 


Smart, G. E 


. 127 


St. Leger, K A.i .. 


192 


Shard, W. I.i 


130 


Smith, — . 


. 12 


St. Leger, S. E.^ 


192 


Sharp, A. W.i 


37 


Smith, C. S 


. 142 


Saltwell, F. E 


89 


Sharp, C. W. K.i ... 


34 


Smith, E 


. 159 


Salusbury, C. T.i .. 


90 


Shaw, C. J. K} 49 


213 


Smith, E. H.i ... . 


. 164 


Salusbury, F. L.^ .. 


110 


Shaw, C. J. M.- 


176 


Smith, E. S 


. 138 


Salusbury, W. L.^ .. 


102 


Shaw, G.R 


199 


Smith, E. T.2 


. 65 


Salwey, W. H 


84 


Shaw, H. H.- 


176 


Smith, F. G 


. 16 


Sammons, E 


82 


Shaw, J. C. K.1 


49 


Smith, G.3 


. 106 


Sandilands, A. W.^ .. 


45 


Shaw, J. G.2 


179 


Smith, G. B 


. 150 


Sandilands, E. W. P. 


' 47 


Shaw, J. S 


162 


Smith, G. C. M.'i . 


. 155 


Sandilands, P. R. R.i 


44 


Shaw, R. J 


50 


Smith, G.F.5 ... . 


77 


Sands, T. S 


143 


Shelley, 


3 


Smith, G. M.6 ... . 


. 57 


Sandys, A.^ 


138 


Shepherd, A.^ 


97 


Smith, G. G. U. S.7. 


. 145 


Sandys, W. G.i 


138 


Shepherd, A. B.^ .. 


84 


Smith, H. B 


. 66 


Sansbury, T 


16 


Shepherd, E. A.^ .. 


175 


Smith, H. D.i ... . 


. 164 


Sarel, S. L 


210 


Shepherd, E. B.^ .. 


92 


Smith, H. F.3 .. . 


. 106 


Satchell, W. M. 


142 


Shepherd, ¥} 


110 


Smith, H. J.6 . . . 


.. 81 


Satow, S. A. M. 


. 114 


Shepherd, F. B. 


86 


Smith, H. N 


. 125 


Saunders, J 


9 


Shepherd, F. H. H. . 


67 


Smith, H.W.4... . 


.. 159 


Saunders, R. C. 


174 


Shepherd, J. L. F.^ .. 


175 


Smith, H. W.8 .. . 


.. 122 


Saunders, R R. 


. 99 


Shepherd, M. J.-' .. 


175 


Smith, J 


.. 10 


Saunderson, J 


3 


Shepherd, R.i 


84 


Smith, J. B.6 ... . 


.. 78 


Savile, P. A 


. 89 


Sheppard, F. W. .. 


211 


Smith, J. L. U. S.7 . 


.. 145 


Savill, A 


108 


Sheriff, J. L 


82 


Smith, 0. H. M."' . 


.. 194 


Savill, H. S 


. 209 


Shoppee, C. H 


127 


Smith, S 


.. 14 


Sawyer, 0. W 


. 142 


Shuckburgh, G. 


9 


Smith, S.2 


.. 99 


Saxton, E. S.i 


. 114 


Shuldham, M 


71 


Smith, S. C5 ... . 


.. 77 


Saxton, F. S.i 


. 135 


Shute, H. G 


104 


Smith, T.6 


.. 57 


Saxton, P.i 


. 124 


Shuttleworth, F. 


50 


Smith, T 


5 


Schrader, A. B.i . 


. 205 


Sikes, J. C.i 


75 


Smith, T. W.8 .. . 


.. 122 


Schrader, R. J.i 


. 192 


Sikes, T. B.i 


62 


Smith, W. G 


.. 16 


Schreiber, A. L. 


. 194 


Simmons, A.^ 


206 


Smith, W. H. M.4 . 


.. 193 


Schreiber, F. L.^ 


201 


Simmons, H.^ 


. 208 


Smyly, A. F 


.. 57 


Schreiber, H. H.^ .. 


. 188 


Simpson, A. H. 


105 


Smyth, R 


.. 67 


Schroder, G.^ 


. 105 


Simpson, A. T.^ 


170 


Smyth, W. N 


.. 27 


Schroder, J. H.^ .. 


. 105 


Simpson, C. E.^ 


. 172 


Smythe, G. A. F. P. 


S. 22 


Sconce, R. K 


. 32 


Simpson, G. W.i .. 


. 197 


Smythe. T 


.. 4 


Scoones, — 


. 12 


Simpson, M. G.^ 


. 190 


Snelling, J 


.. 138 


Scoones, F.^ 


. 40 


Simpson-Baikie, A. B 


M81 


Snepp, J 


.. 6 


Scoones, H. B.^ 


. 51 


Simpson-Baikie,W. R 


1181 


Snowden, CO.... 


. 21 


Scoones, H. D 


. 65 


Simson, A.1 ... 8£ 


, 214 


Soames, D.^ ... . 


.. 97 


Scoones, P.^ 


. 45 


Simson, A. T.^ 


. 83 


Soames, G. P.^... . 


. 95 


Scoones, W. D.^ 


. 34 


Simson, F. J.^ 


. 83 


Soames, J.^ ... . 


.. 97 


Scott, F. W 


. 201 


Sinclair, H. P. T. .. 


. 164 


Solly, B. T.i ... . 


.. 39 


Scott, R. J 


. 45 


Skelding, H.i 


. 156 


Solly, T.i 


.. 32 


Scott, W. L 


. 24 


Skelding, J. D.i .. 


. 157 


Solomon, A. W.^ 


.. 179 


Scudamore, T. H. .. 


. 176 


Skipworth, P. G.^ .. 


. 82 


Solomon, H. S.^ 


.. 170 


Seaton, E. C.i ... . 


. 115 


Skip worth, S. P.^ .. 


. 93 


Solomon, S.^ ... . 


.. 170 


Seaton, F. 0.^ 


. 143 


Skottowe, J. C. 


. 197 


Somerville, J. B. . 


.. 183 


Seaton, J. C.^ 


. 142 


Skrine, C. H.^ 


. 130 


Sone, J 


7 


Seaton, W. S.^ 


. 133 


Skrine, T. J.i 


. 132 


Sparkes, C 


.. 6 


Seddon, C. H.i 


. 55 


Slade, E.i 


. 145 


Sparrow, R. B 


.. 174 


Seddon,H. C.i 


. 80 


Slade, H.1 


. 175 


Spedding, C. J. S. . 


.. 124 


Sedgwick, — 


. 13 


Slade, H.B.2 


. 83 


Speechly, A. L. G.^ 


.. 208 


Selby, J. V 


. 48 


Slade, H. G.2 


. 83 


Speechly, J. M.^ 


.. 208 


Selby, T . 


. 21 


Slade, S.i 


. 154 


Spence, R. M 


.. 190 


Selby, W. D 


. Ill 


Slade, W.i 


. 145 


Spencer, R 


2 


Selmes, E. E.^ 


. 211 


Slegg, J. F.i 


. 40 


Spencer, R 


10 



230 



Index, 





Page 




Page 




Page 


Spencer, S. 


.. 11 


Stow, a L.^ 


162 


Taswell, E.i 


46 


Spencer, T. E 


.. 122 


Stow, H. M.i 


162 


Taswell, G.^ 


37 


Spiller, T. L. B. 


.. 183 


Stowe, E 


136 


Taswell, W.^ 


32 


Sprigge, J. J 


.. 181 


Strachan, J. H.^ 


147 


Tate, A. L 


143 


Springett, E. ... 


. 190 


Strachan, T.^ ... .- 


157 


Tattersall, J. F. 


160 


Springett, F. W. 


.. 59 


Strangford, Viscount 


Taylor, A. A 


117 


Sprye, C.^ 


.. 57 


{SeeSmythe,G. A.F. 


P. S., 


Taylor, C 


21 


Sprye, Ri 


.. 57 




22) 


Taylor, H. R 


211 


Stables, O.P 


.. 142 


Strapp, C. L 


. 201 


Taylor, J. A.1 


28 


Stacey, E 


.. 29 


Straw, R. A 


. 148 


Taylor, J. H 


179 


Stacey, J 


.. 4 


Streatfeild, F. S. .. 


. 27 


Taylor, R. A.^ .. .. 


174 


Stacey, R. H 


.. 207 


Streatfeild, R. J. .. 


. 74 


Taylor, R, A. E. .. 


122 


Stafford, C.J 


.. 94 


Streeten, A. A.^ 


. 90 


Taylor, R.W 


199 


Stainforth, H. G. . 


.. 188 


Streeten, C. A.^ 


. 86 


Taylor, S.i 


28 


Standring, W. J. . 


.. 125 


Streeten, F. 


. 195 


Taylor, T 


172 


Stanley, E 


.. 131 


Streeten, H. R. B. S. 


1 111 


Taylor, W. H 


168 


Stapley, E. 


.. 9 


Streeten, J. M.^ 


. 93 


Taylor, W. L. C- .. 


186 


Starkye, J 


.. 6 


Streeten, W. W.i .. 


. 84 


Tebbs, W 


100 


Staveley, W. H. C . 


.. 188 


StretteU, A. T>} 


. 93 


Temple, H. W 


121 


Stead, A. J 


.. 106 


Strettell, F. D. C.^ .. 


. 95 


Terrell, A. k B.i 


lis 


Stedman, A.^ .. 


.. 5p 


Strettell, J. E. F.i .. 


93 


Terrell, G. H. kB.^.. 


118 


Stedman, R. S. ^ . 


. 45 


Strother, G 


. 10 


Tetley, J.i 


170 


Steed, H.E 


.. 160 


Stroud, E.i 


. 56 


Tetley, W. R.1 


170 


Steinmetz, W. A. . 


.. 93 


Stroud, J. ^ 


. 55 


Tewson, E. A 


157 


Stenning, G. S.^ 


.. 138 


Stroud, J. H.i 


. 56 


Thacker, C. F 


. 190 


Stenning, P. H.^ 


.. 138 


Stuart, C. M. M. .. 


. 198 


Thackrah, W. H .. 


. 197 


Stephen, A. C. .. . 


.. 155 


Sturdee, A. W 


. 203 


Thellusson, EC. .. 


150 


Stephens, C. V. 


.. 25 


Sturgess, A. T.i 


. 160 


Theobald, G.H. G. E 


. 166 


Stephenson, J 


.. 23 


Sturgess, J. M.^ 


. 162 


Thomas, — 


. 12 


Stepple, — 


.. 13 


Sturgess, T.^ .. .. 


. 166 


Thomas, A 


. 80 


Stevens, F. H 


.. 209 


Suart, A 


. 33 


Thomas, F. B.^ 


. 21 


Stevens, H. B.i... . 


.. 70 


Suckling, B.i 


. 15 


Thomas, G. N 


. 112 


Stevens, R. C.i... 


.. 99 


Suckling, H.i 


. 15 


Thomas, Jas 


. 7 


Stevenson, F.^ ... . 


.. 70 


Swadling, T 


2 


Thomas, Jno 


7 


Stevenson, J.^ .. 7 


0, 213 


Swansborough, J.^ .. 


\ 52 


Thomas, T. K.i 


21 


Stewart, C. E 


.. 177 


Swansborough, W. ^ . . 


. 38 


Thompson, Jas.^ 


. 68 


Stewart, H. M 


.. 95 


Swinford, D 


. 118 


Thompson, Jno.^ 


. 61 


Stidolph, H. E.i . 


.. 97 


Swire, R. B 


. 193 


Thompson, J. P. 


. 168 


Stidolph, H. J.i 


.. 99 


Syckelmore, T. J. .. 


. 115 


Thompson, W. D. .. 


. 135 


Stileman, J 


.. 8 


Sylvester, C. F.^ .. 


. 165 


Thomson, A. S.^ 


. 116 


Stileman, J 


.. 8 


Sylvester, E. A} .. 


. 165 


Thomson, E. B. 


175 


Stileman, R. .. . 


m 


Sylvester, F. H.^ .. 


. 201 


Thomson, E. M.i .. 


. 117 


Stileman, S 


.. 8 


Sylvester, H. A} .. 


. 190 


Thomson, H. E. 


. 121 


Stileman, T. .. . 


.. 9 


Sylvester, H. J.i 


. 165 


Thomson, S 


. Ill 


Stileman, W. G. . 


.. 188 


Sylvester, H. M.* .. 


209 


Thorne, A. H.i 


. 184 


Still, T. W 


.. 62 


Syndall, — 


. 12 


Thome, F. M.i... . 


. 184 


Still, T. W. 


.. 177 






Thorne, V. A.i 


. 185 


Stilwell, E.i ... . 


.. 67 






Thornton, J. H. 6S 


, 213 


StiUwell, R. R.i . 


.. 67 


T. 




Thornton, L 


. 159 


Stockwood, J. .. . 


1 






Thornton, R 


8 


Stockwood, J. .. 


.. 5 


Tamplin, C.^ 


. 35 


Thoroton, T. R. 


. 170 


Stone, — . ... . 


.. 13 


Tamplin, E. C.^ 


. 41 


Thorpe, E. H.1 


. 28 


Stone, E.B 


., 103 


Tamplin, G. F.^ 


38 


Thorpe, T 


4 


Stone, F. A. .. 


.. 51 


Tamplin, L.^ 


. 35 


Thorpe, W.T.i... " .. 


. 21 


Stone, G 


.. 21 


Tandy, E. A.^ 


. 212 


Thurgood, T 


7 


Stone, G.F 


.. 23 


Tandy, M. O'C.^ .. 


. 212 


Thursby-Pelham, W. 


61 


Stopford, A. H. 


.. 175 


Tapp, A.1 


. 165 


Thurston, E. W. .. 


205 


Storr, C 


.. 100 


Tapp, A. H.1 


. 165 


Thynne, F 


4 


Storrs, A. H.^ ... 


.. 207 


Tapp, C. J.i 


. 154 


Timins, F. C.^ .. .. 


196 


Storrs, H. N.^ .. . 


.. 207 


Tapp, N.i 


. 167 


Timins, G. E^ 


203 


Story, J 


. 195 


Tarleton, T 


49 


Tindall, A. L. B.i . 


210 


Storye, S 


.. 2 


Tasker, D. C. A. . 


. 205 


Tindall, E. A.1 


197 


Stoton, W. 0. ... 


.. 83 


Taswell, Q} 


. 26 


Todd, C. H 


. 205 



Index. 



231 





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Page 




Page 


Toller, A. W.i 


. 74 


Turner, W. J 


. 59 


Wadmore, H. R.^ .. 


43 


Toller, E. W.i 


. 43 


Turquand, W. J. 


28 


Wadmore, J. A. W.^ 


120 


Tolputt, A. 


. 182 


Twells, E 


15 


Wadmore, J. F.^ 


43 


Tomkins, H. L.^ 


. 201 


Twiss, C. E 


71 


Wadmore, R. L.i .. 


132 


Tomkins, P. L.^ 


. 211 


Twycross, G. F.i .. 


. 195 


Waggett, J. F 


130 


Tomlins, J.i 


. 102 


Tvvycross, J. B.^ 


. 195 


Waite, H 


21 


Tomlins, R. H.i 


. 97 


Twyford, L. T. C. .. 


. 182 


Wakefield, H. R. .. 


154 


Tomlins, T. W.i 


. 98 


Tyers, T 


. 92 


Walford, F 


73 


Tompson, C. H.i 


. 120 


Tylor, R.1 . 


. 129 


Walford, W. H. 


57 


Tompson, H. E.i .. 


. 120 


Tylor, W. A.^ 


127 


Walker, D.i .. .. 


46 


Toms, C. S. M.1 


. 192 


Tyssen, C. A. D. .. 


147 


Walker, E. H.i 


46 


Toms, G. C.i 


. 192 






Walker, G. F.2 


115 


Toms, L. G.i 


. 201 






Walker, G.R 


126 


Tonge, W. C 


. 170 


U. 




Walker, H. P.^ 


48 


Tooth, A 


. 83 






Walker, 0. 


68 


Torkington, J 


. 91 


Unwin, A. H.i 


115 


Walker, R.S 


35 


Torrens, A. R 


. 145 


Unwin, F. S.^ 


. 116 


Walker, W 


31 


Tosswill, W. F. 


136' 


Unwin, H. A.V.. 116 


, 214 


Walker, W. G.^ 


115 


Tothill, F. H 


. 148 






Wall, C. Y 


98 


Towers, A. G.^ 


. 126 






Wallace, F. G 


142 


Towers, G. L.i ... .. 


. 114 


V. 




Wallis, — 


13 


Towers, J 


. 2,3 






Walrond, R. B... . 


168 


Towers, W.^ 


. 106 


Vacher, E. P 


. 122 


Walsh, N. C 


92 


Tracy, F. W 


. 157 


Vallance, J. A. 


QQ 


Walsh, P 


194 


Treadway, G 


. 175 


Vallings, E. H.i .. 


135 


Walter, — 


12 


Tresse, F 


. 6 


Vallings, H. A.1 .. 


126 


Walter, — 


12 


Trollope, A. B 


89 


Vallings, J. F.i 


126 


Walter, J 


14 


Trotter, B.i 


. 152 


Van der Guclit, G. .. 


183 


Walter, J 


121 


Trotter, F. S.^ 


143 


Vansittart, A. P. .. 


129 


Walter, W 


9 


Trustriim, W. P. 


76 


Vardon, S. A 


139 


Walter, W 


13 


Tuck, E. J 


140 


Vaughan, H.^ 


59 


Walton, F. W 


190 


Tucker, A.i 


114 


Vaughan, H.- ... 


99 


Walton, H. P.i 


181 


Tucker, F.N. 1 


114 


Vaughan, C. W.i .. 


64 


Walton, W. C.i 


181 


Tudor, W. R 


83 


Vaughan, R. W? .. 


99 


Ward, A. 


139 


Tuke, A.i 


71 


Vaux, C. A.1 .. .. 


205 


Ward, A. R.i .. .. 


128 


Tuke, C.^ 


185 


Vaux, P.i 


205 


Ward, A. W 


99 


Tuke, L.i 


185 


Venn, W. E 


177 


Ward, B 


96 


Tuke, S.i 


71 


Venosta, C. F 


198 


Ward, Q? 


21 


Tulloch, F. R 


140 


Vere, A. F 


139 


Ward, C. H. C.i .. 


99 


Turner, — 


12 


Vernon, J. 


5 


Ward, F. 


27 


Turner, - 


12 


Verrall, F.i 


175 


Ward, F. P. 3 


185 


Turner, A.^ 


167 


Verrall, J 


7 


Ward, F. W. 0.1 .. 


99 


Turner, A. G. B. ... 


179 


Verrall, W. V} 


167 


Ward, J. E. D 


190 


Turner, A. P." .. .. 


124 


Vinall, C. G.i .. .. 


57 


Ward, J. H. K. 


62 


Turner, Al. S.^ 


212 


Vinall, E.i 


72 


Ward, J. 1.3 


150 


Turner, Ar. S.^ 


210 


Vinall, T. S.i 


96 


Ward, S. M 


77 


Turner, B. B 


108 


Vines, — 


8 


Ward, T.2 


22 


Turner, C. E.^ 


197 


Vivian, W 


2 


Ward, T. 1.3 .. .. 


185 


Turner, E. H.i 


140 


Vredenbourg, E. 


154 


Ward, W.2 


48 


Turner, F. de M. ... 


87 






Ward, W. T 


195 


Turner, F. F.^ 


145 






Warde, F 


129 


Turner, F. T." 


86 


W 




Waring, R 


26 


Turner, F. W. B.^ .. 


112 






Warlters, J 


77 


Turaer,*G. F.* 


209 


Waddelow, J. J. ... 


201 


Warner, C. E. ... 185 


215 


Turner, G. J. '^ 


194 


Waddilove, A. C.i ... 


182 


Warrand, A. W. ... 


214 


Turner, H.^ 


109 


Waddilove, C.2 


51 


Warre, R 


142 


Turner, J 


4 


Waddilove, C. J.i .. 


188 


Warren, A. T.^ 


182 


Turner, N 


142 


Waddilove, E.2 


51 


Warren, G. M.i 


172 


Turner, N. H.^ 


165 


Waddilove, G.2 


56 


Warren, W. E.i 


172 


Turner, S. C. ... 107 


114 


Waddington, A. 


198 


Wase, C 


1 


Turner, S.W 


66 


Wade, S 


148 


Wase, C 


8 


Turner, T 


9 


Wadmore, B.i 


160 


Waters, T. B 


178 


Turner, T. S 


. 170 


Wadmore, C. F.i .. 


162 


Watson, C} 


39 



232 



Index, 





Page 




Page 




Page 


Watson, C. R.3 .. . 


.. 209 


White, J 


12 


Willoughby, H... . 


. 80 


Watson, C. S.2... . 


.. 94 


White, J 


24 


Willonghby-Osborne, 




Watson, G. T.3... . 


.. 209 


White, L.H 


195 


A. deV 


. 205 


Watson, G. W.i 


.. 43 


White, T 


4 


Wilmot, F. W 


. 202 


Watson, H. A.2 


.. 107 


White, T. J.2 


42 


Wilson, — 


. 13 


Watson, T. S.^ ... 


.. 94 


White, W 


110 


Wilson, — 


. 13 


Wauton, C. J. M. 


.. 99 


White, W. A.i 


206 


Wilson, A. C.i .. . 


. 160 


Wav, E.i 


.. 39 


White, W. E.2 


42 


Wilson, A. S.2 ... 


. 175 


Way, J. T.i ... . 


.. 31 


Whitehead, A. 1 


74 


Wilson, C 


. 91 


Way, W.i 


.. 31 


Whitehead, C.^ 


74 


Wilson, C.3 ... . 


. 163 


Weare, F.i 


. 175 


Whitehead, C. B. ... 


199 


Wilson, F. H.^.. . 


. 59 


Weare, R.1 ... . 


.. 175 


Whitehead, G. D. ... 


15 


Wilson, J.^ ... . 


. 62 


Weatherley, F. C.^ . 


.. 126 


Whitehead, R. G. ... 


16 


Wilson, J. F 


. 198 


Weatherley, H. E.^ . 


.. 126 


Whitehurst, C. E. ... 


206 


Wilson, L.3 ... . 


. 157 


Weatherley, W. L.^. 


.. 125 


Whiting, P. F 


159 


Wilson, R. S.2 .. . 


. 157 


Webb, D.i 


.. 177 


Whitmore, G. F. ... 


178 


Wilson, T.i ... . 


. 160 


Webb, H. E.i ... . 


.. 177 


Whitmore, J. M.i ... 


117 


Wilson, W.J.3... . 


. 152 


Webb, W 


2 


Whitmore, W. B.^ ... 


108 


Wimble, F. S. .. . 


26 


Webb, W 


.".' 33 


Whitton, R 


128 


Wimble, J 


. 90 


Webber, E. J. ^.. . 


.. 77 


Whitworth, — 


13 


Winchester, — . 


. 12 


Webber, H.^ ... . 


.. 117 


Whyte, C. A.1 


116 


Windsor, W. J. 


. 192 


Webber, P. B.} 


.. 77 


Whyte, H. W 


145 


Wing, E 


. 139 


Webber, W. T. T.^ . 


.. 77 


Whyte, W. A.i 


84 


Wingate, W. W. . 


. 203 


Webster, E.B 


.. 31 


Wibarne, J 


5 


Winter, G 


. 125 


Weeks, T 


.. 5 


Wibmer, L. M 


111 


Winthrop, W 


. 35 


Weigall, G. E 


.. 167 


Wickins, B. V. W.^.. 


206 


Wintle, J. P 


. 162 


Welland, A. S... . 


.. 73 


Wickins, H. R.i 


201 


Wintolly, J 


9 


Welldon, A. F.i 


.. 118 


Wightvvick, H. M.i ... 


120 


Winton, F. C 


. 47 


Welldon, C. E.i 


.. 110 


Wightwick, T. A.i .. 


139 


Wise, G 


. 22 


Welldon, C. E.2 


.. 170 


Wightwick, W. Ji ... 


120 


Witherby, W. H. . 


. 59 


Welldon, E. 1.3 .. . 


3 


Wilgress, G. F 


52 


Wolfe, J. R.i ... . 


. 197 


Welldon, J. 1.3... . 


2 


Wilkie, A. F.i 


104 


Wolfe, T. H.i .. . 


. 198 


Welldon, J. T.i 


. 96 


Wilkie, J. W.i 


104 


Wood, E. N 


. 64 


Welldon, M. E.- . 


.. 183 


Wilkins, A. D 


143 


Wood, N 


. 11 


Weller, F 


.. 10 


Wilkinson, — 


12 


Wood, R 


. 7 


Wells, G 


.. 16 


Wilkinson, — 


13 


Woodfall, — ... . 


. 13 


Wenham, G 


.. 8 


Wilkinson, E. S. ... 


130 


Woodfall, W 


. 11 


Went, S. A 


.. 145 


Wilkinson, H. L. S.... 


162 


Woodford, C. M.i . 


. 126 


Were, W 


.. 41 


Wilkinson, J. D. C.\.. 


157 


Woodford, E. F.i . 


. 137 


Werner, E.T. C.i . 


.. 171 


Wilkinson, W. H.1 ... 


157 


Woodford, H. G.i . 


. 182 


Werner, J. R.i ... . 


.. 171 


Wilkinson, W. M.2 ... 


58 


Woodgate, — ... . 


. 12 


West,— 


.. 9 


Wilkinson, W. R.2 .. 


58 


Woodgate, — ... . 


. 12 


West, A. C. S 


.. 168 


Wilks, G. S 


168 


Woodgate, F 


. 10 


West, A. G. B.i 


.. 194 


Willett,A,i 




Woodgate, F.i ... , 


22 


West, F. G.2 ... . 


.. 38 


(see Catt, A 


.72) 


Woodgate, F. H. . 


. 89 


West, J. J.2 ... . 


.. 22 


Willett, W.i 




Woodgate, H.^.. . 


. 22 


West, R. W 


.. 56 


(see Catt, W 


. 66) 


Woodgate, H. A. . 


. 16 


West, W. A.2 ... . 


.. 22 


Williams, C 


91 


Woodgate, S 


. 15 


West, W. E. M.i . 


.. 194 


Williams, C. W. 


61 


Woodgate, S.^ ... . 


. 23 


Westbrook, E.i... . 


.. 167 


Williams, F 


139 


Woodley, E. J 


. 192 


Westbrook, L. T.^ . 


.. 201 


Williams, H 


15 


Woods, T 


7 


Weston, C. E.i... . 


.. 139 


WiUiams, L 


195 


Woodward, R. F. . 


. 103 


Weston, J 


6 


Williamson, C. V. W 


159 


Woolley, T. S. M. . 


. 141 


Weston, W. J.i 


.. 139 


Williamson, R. L. ... 


154 


Workman, A. W.i '. 


. 157 


Wharton, C. H.^ 


.. 209 


Willis, C.i 


44 


Workman, R. L.^ . 


157 


Wharton, R. A.^ . 


.. 209 


Willis, C.F.2 


46 


Wormald, J.i ... . 


. 59 


Wheeler, C. T. 0. 


.. 196 


Willis, E 


111 


Wormald, P. H.i . 


. 59 


Wheeler, J. C. A. . 


.. 139 


Willis, E. C 


62 


Wormald, W.i ... 


59 


Wheelwright, R. . 


.. 201 


Willis, F. R.2 


68 


Worth, D.L.i .. . 


. 157 


Wheland, J. ... 


.. 4 


WilHs, G.» 


41 


Worth, J. L.i ... . 


. 157 


Whish, C. W. ... 


.. 120 


Willis, G.2 


50 


Worthington, B. 


. 23 


White, H. G. ... 


.. 148 


WiUis, H.2 


86 


Worthington, E. H, I 


\. 209 


White, H. J.^ ... 


.. 180 


WiUis, W. M.2 


46 


Worthington, G. 


. 39 



Index. 



233 





Page 








Page 


Wotton, J 


... 163 


Y. 




Young, E. C.i ... 


. 103 


Wrentmore, J. H. 


.. 183 






Young, F. V.i ... . 


. 94 


Wyatt, A. A.i ... 


... 61 




Page 


Young, K. D.2 ... . 


. 108 


Wyatt, A. H.i .. 


... 58 


Yaldwyn, B.i . 


.. 73 


Young, M. H.2... . 


. 119 


Wyche, H 


... 5 


Yaldvvyn, W.^ ... 


... 73 


Young, W.i ... . 


. 103 


Wynue, R. I.^ ... 


... 117 


Yeats, J 


... 23 


Youngman, E.^.. . 


. 137 


Wynne, W. L.^.. 


.. 125 


Yorke, A. J.i ... 


... 139 


Youngman, F.^... 


. 137 






Yorke, R. S.i ... 


.. 139 


Youngman, H. .T.i 


. 137 



ERRATA. 



Page 115. For ' Syckelmore' read ' Syckelmoore.' 

Page 183. To ' Van der Gucht ' add the Christian name — 'Gerard. 

Page 194. ' West, W. E. M.' For ' Mylus ' read ' Mylns.' 

Page 197. ' Mayne.' For ' Corython ' read ' Cory ton.' 

Page 222. ' Goldie, F. W.' For * 209 ' read ' 210.' 




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