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student of Lincoln's Inn 31 Oct. 1764. (E.G. Bap.
Cert. ; Emman. Coll. Adm. ; Lincoln^ s Inn Rec.)

JACKSON 1772-80 {Prior).

Robert, s, Richard J., of Mythe, Tewkesbury, and of
Elizabeth J. ; bap. 26 May 1763 at Tewkesbury ;
K.S, 1772 ; matric. at Oxford, from Oriel College,
25 June 1781 ; B.A. 1785 ; M.A. 1788 ; B. and
D.C.L. 1803. {E.G. Bap. Cert. ; Foster, Alumni
Oxon.)

JACKSON 1778-79.

JACKSON 1778-79.

JACOB 1767-74 (Manby).

John Henry, s. John J., of Salisbury, doctor of
physic, and of Mary J. ; bap. 17 Dec. 1755 at the
cathedral church of Salisbury ; K.S. 1770 ; captain
of 'Montem' in 1774; admitted scholar at King's
College, Cambridge, 5 July 1775 ; B.A. 1779 5
M.A. 1782 ; fellow of King's 1778-89 ; admitted
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JACOB student of Lincoln's Inn 12 Nov. 1778 ; prebendary

cont. of Salisbury 1805-28; rector of Mamhead, co.

Devon, 1806 ; inherited lands at Helland, near Bod-
min, from Dr. Robert Glynn, aft. Clobery, a friend
of his father's at Eton and King's; ^.13 Jan. 1828
at Salisbury; his widow Mary ^.31 Dec. 1848.
{E.C. Bap. Cert. ; Lincoln's Inn Rec. ; Harwood.
Alumni Eton. ; Diet. Nat. Biog., sub Glynn ; Gent.
Mag. 1828, i. 187 ; 1848, i. 332 b.)

JAMES 1751-60 (Prior).

Lancelot May, s. Rev. Benjamin J., minister of
Waltham St. Lawrence ; bap. there 21 Feb.
1742/3 ; K.S. 1751. (E.C. Bap. Cert.)

JAMES 1758-65 min.

Haughton, entered 13 Jan. 1758 (Tyrrell), fee
j^2-2-o ; William Haughton, 4th son of Colonel
Montague J., of Jamaica, by Mary, dau. of Philip
Haughton ; admitted student of Lincoln's Inn

18 Aug. 1767; d. 27 Feb. 1774. (Ex inform.
V. L. Oliver, Esq. ; Lincohi's Inn Rec. ; Town
and Country Mag. 1774, p. 279.)

JAMES 1758-60 ma.

Montague, entered 13 Jan. 1758 (Tyrrell), fee
3^2-2-0 ; evidently the elder brother of the
previous entry. The present provost of Eton,
Dr. Montague Rhodes James, is related to this
family. (Ex inform. Dr. M. R. James.)

JAMES 1758-62 mi.

Thomas, entered 13 Jan. 1758 (Tyrrell), iee £2-2-0 ;
evidently a brother of the two previous entries.

JAMES 1761-66.

Thomas, entered 13 May 1761 (Long, aft. Naylor),
fee 3^1—1-0 ; s. Thomas and Mary J. ; b. or bap.

19 Oct. 1748 at St. Ives, co. Hunts ; K.S. 1761 ;
author of An Account of Eton Discipline in 1766;
admitted scholar at King's College, Cambridge,
28 Feb. 1767 ; B.A. 1771 ; M.A. 1774 ; D.D.
1786 ; fellow of King's 1770-79 ; headmaster of
Rugby school 1778-94 ; prebendary of Worcester
1797-1804 ; rector of Harvington, co. Worcester ;
m. (i) 21 Dec. 1779 Elizabeth, e. dau. John Mander,
of Coventry ; (2) 27 Mar. 1785 Arabella, 4th dau.
William Caldecott, of Catthorpe, co. Leicester ;
d. 23 Sep. 1804 suddenly at Harvington ; bur. in

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JAMES Worcester Cathedral ; founded a prize for decla-

C07tt. mations at King's College, 1786. (E.C. Bap. Cert. ;

Diet. Nat. Biog. ; Etoniana Mag., p. 97 &c.)

JAMES (1753, Jan.)-54 (^- ronge).

[A John James, Esq., subscribed to Musae
Etonenses, ed. 1755.]

JAMES 1768.

JAMES 1788-93 (l^onge, Goodalt).

May possibly have been the son of Thomas James
{see above) by his first wife.

JARRETT 1789.

Perhaps one of the family of Jamaica, and of
Camerton Court, co. Somerset,

JAR VIS 176(^68 mi.

Jacob, entered 8 Jan. 1760 {Hird), fee £2-12-6 ; 2nd
s. Thomas J., president of council of Antigua, by
Rachel, dau. Jacob Thibou ; bap. ly Jan. 1752
at St. John's, Antigua ; m. (i) Grace Nibbs ; (2)
14 Dec. 1785 Dorothy, dau. John Lindsey; d.
29 June 1 79 1 at Trinidad. A note in the Baker
MS. says ' Nibbs [q.v.] has adopted his son.'
(Oliver, Hist, of Antigua, ii. 99.)

JARVIS 1760-63 7na.

Thomas, entered 8 Jan. 1760 (Hird), fee £2—12-6 ;
e.s. Thomas J. {see above) ; bap. 6 Dec. 1750 at
St. John's, Antigua ; president of council there ;
owner of Long Island and Mount Jarvis, Antigua ;
m. (i) 8 Sep. 1782 Jane, dau. William Whitehead,
of St. John's, Antigua: she d. 6 Feb. 1797; (2)
28 Feb. 1 801 Mary Elizabeth Shepherd Freeman,
dau. Ebenezer Blackwell, of Lewisham, co. Kent ;
d. 23 Feb. 1805 at Bath. (Oliver, Hist, of Antigua,
ii. 98 ; Gent. Mag. 1801, p. 275 a.)

JEAFFRESON 1758-65.

Robert, entered 8 Sep. 1758 {Hird), fee ^^2-2-0 ;
s. John J., of Antigua, by Elizabeth, widow of

Nibbs; b. about 1749; matric. at Oxford,

from St. Mary Hall, 17 Nov. 1766, aged 17; mem-
ber of council for Antigua ; sold his estate in Antigua
and retired to England ; of Southampton Street,
Covent Garden; d. unm. 25 June 1807 in Gower
Street. (Foster, Alumni Oxon. ; Oliver, Hist, of
Antigua, ii. 109; Gent. Alag. 1807, ii. 686 a)
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JEANE 1753, Dec.-56 {F. Tonge).

Probably Thomas, o.s. Edmund Jeane, of West
Monckton, co. Somerset ; admitted student of the
Middle Temple 6 Sep. 1755 ; matric. at Oxford,
from St. Mary Hall, 4 Nov. 1756, aged 18. (Foster,
Alumni Oxon.)

JEBB 1782-84.

Joshua, o.s. Samuel J., of Walton, co. Derby,
by Anne, dau. William Harriott, of St. Elizabeth,
Jamaica ; bap. 20 Feb. 1769 at Chesterfield ;
placed 19th on the indentures for Eton College
in 1782, but did not take up his election ; admitted
pensioner at Clare Hall, Cambridge, 21 May 1785 ;
capt. in Derbyshire mihtia ; lieut.-col. Scarsdale
regiment volunteers ; of Walton Grove, Chester-
field ; m. Jan. 1792 Dorothy, co-heir of Major-
Gen. Gladwin, of Stubbing Court, co. Derby; d.
19 Aug. 1845. {Eton Coll. Reg. ; Clare Coll. A dm. ;
Burke, Z.G., ed. 1846.)

JEFFERSON 1782-84, as Sergison 1785.

Francis, 2nd s. Francis Jefferson, of York (who
assumed name of Sergison 27 Nov. 1784), by Ann,
dau. Michael Warden Sergison, of Cuckfield Park,
CO. Sussex ; matric. at Oxford, from Christ Church,
18 Jan. 1786, aged 18 ; admitted student of
Lincoln's Inn 25 Apr. 1787 ; lieut. 43rd foot
23 Dec. 1795 ; aft. colonel of 62nd foot ; m. Mrs.
Cronin, of Dublin ; d. oi a brain fever in 1 81 2,
leaving a reputed daughter who, as the result of a
trial, was declared not to be his daughter at all.
(Cooper, History of Cuckfield ; LincolrCs Inn Rec. ;
Foster, Alumni Oxon. ; Gent. Mag. 181 2, i. 496 b.)

JEFFERSON 1771-75 {Tyrrell).

James, s. James and Ann J. ; bap. 26 Mar. 1760
at St. Mary Staining, London; K.S. 1771.
{E.C. Bap. Cert.)

JEFFERSON 1780-83.

Warden Sergison, e.s. Francis Jefferson, of York
{see above) ; matric. at Oxford, from Christ Church,
16 Dec. 1783, aged 18 ; cornet royal horse-guards
6 June 1787; lieut. 29 Sep. 1790; afterwards
colonel ; of Cuckfield Park ; m. Mary, dau. W.
Kerr, of Northampton ; d. s.p. at Northampton
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JEFFER- 8 July 1811. (Cooper, History of Cuckfidd ; Foster,
SON Alumni Oxon. ; Burke, L.G.; Gent. Mag. 181 1,
cont. ii. 91 b; 1832, i. 24^; Army Lists.)

JEFFREYS 1764-67.

Henry, entered 23 Jan. 1764 (M. Toung), fee
^5-5-0 ; perhaps Henry Charles, s. Henry Vaughan
J., of Worcester city ; matric. at Oxford, from
Christ Church, 6 Nov. 1767, aged 17 ; B.A. 1773 ;
M.A. 1775. According to the Baker MS., he d.
about 1807, while rector of Minchinhampton, which
living he got by exchange with Harbottle Grim-
ston(^.^.). (Foster, Alumni Oxon. ; Baker MS.)

JEMMETT 1756-62.

Edward, entered 9 Feb. 1756 (Long), fee ^^i-i-o ; s.
Charles and Honor J. ; bap. 8 Sep. 1746 at Kingston-
upon-Thames ; K.S. 1756. {E.G. Bap. Gert.)

JENKINSON 1778.

JENNER (1753, Jan.)

Perhaps Charles, e.s. Rev. Charles J., D.D., pre-
bendary of Lincoln, by Mary, dau. John Sawyer, of
Heywood, co. Berks ; b. in London 1736 ; admitted
pensioner at Pembroke Hall, Cambridge, 14 Apr.
1753 ; afterwards at Sidney Sussex College ; vicar
of Lutterworth and Claybrook, co. Leicester ; m.
in 1764 Rebecca, dau. William Thomson ; d. s.p.
II May 1774. (Burke, L.G. ; Pembroke Goll.,
Gamb., Adm.)

JENNER 1756.

John, entered 26 May 1756 {Key), fee ^^2-2-0 ;
8. Rev. Charles J., D.D. {see previous entry) ;
b. 29 Sep. 1744 at St. Giles-in-the-Fields ; K.S.
1756. A letter from his father dated from Hanover
Street is extant, asking the provost-of Eton for a
nomination to College. This John Jenner is not
given in Burke's Landed Gentry, so perhaps he
died young. {E.G. Bap. Gert.; Etoniana Mag., p. 59.)

1768-71 {Prior).

Perhaps Robert Jenner, 3rd s. Robert J., of Doctors'
Commons ; admitted student of Lincoln's Inn
20 Sep. 1770 ; matric. at Oxford, from Merton
College, 15 Dec. 1770 ; B.A. (from Christ Church)
1774; M.A. 1777. {Lincoln's Ltm Re c. ; Foster,
Alumni Oxon.)

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JENNER 1764-65.

Thomas, entered 18 Mar. 1764 {Prior), fee ^2-2-0.
JENNINGS 1758-63.

George, entered 16 Jan. 1758 {Gregory), fee ^^i-i-o.

JEPSON 1747-53 {Prior).

Graham, s. Joseph and Mary J. ; b. and bap.
24 Oct. 1734 at St. Martin-in-the-Fields, West-
minster ; K.S. 1747 ; admitted scholar at King's
College, Cambridge, 4 July 1754; B.A. 1758;
M.A. 1761 ; D.D. 1775 ; fellow of King's 1757-76 ;
private tutor at Eton to the Garforths {q.v.) ;
assistant at Eton 1767-70; rector of Milton 1775-
76; of Fulham, co. Middlesex, 1776; d. 181 1.
* Master Jepson of Eton School ' subscribed to
Musae Etonenses in 1755. {E.G. Bap. Gert. ; Har-
wood. Alumni Eton. ; Gent. Mag. 181 1, i. 684 a.)

JERVIS 1766-73 {Milward).

John, s. John J., of Darlaston, co. Stafford ;
admitted fellow-commoner at Trinity College, Cam-
bridge, 4 Feb. 1774, aged 18 ; did not graduate ; d.
s.p. 1802. {Trin. Coll., Gamb.,Adm. ; Burke, Z.G.)

JESSE 1760-64.

John, entered 28 Jan. 1760 {Long, aft. Naylor)^
fee 3^1-1-0 ; s. John and Esther J. ; b. 17 June
1748 at Paddington ; K.S. 1760-62 ; does not
appear in list for 1763 ; reappears apparently
as an oppidan in 1764. {E.G. Bap. Gert.)

JODRELL 1789-95.

Francis, e.s. John Bower, of Manchester, who
assumed the name of Jodrell, on marrying in 1775
Frances, elder dau. and heir of Francis Jodrell,
of Yeardsley, co. Chester ; admitted pensioner
at Trinity College, Cambridge, i Feb. 1794,
aged 17 ; admitted student of the Inner Temple
15 Nov. 1794; m. 25 June 1807 Maria, dau. Sir
William Lemon, bart., of Carclew, co. Cornwall ;
d. 5 Mar. 1829 ; of Yeardsley and Henbury, co.
Chester. (Burke, L.G. ; Trin. GolL, Gamb., J dm.)

JODRELL 1759-64 min.

Henry, entered 9 May 1759 {Tyrrell), fee ^^3-3-0 ;
3rd s. Paul J., of Duffield, co. Derby, solicitor-
general to Frederick, Prince of Wales, by Elizabeth,
dau. Richard Warner, of North Elmham, co.
Norfolk ; admitted student of Lincoln's Inn 29 Jan.
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JODRELL 1768; commissioner of bankrupts 1783-97 ; many
cont. years recorder of Great Yarmouth ; M.P. for
Great Yarmouth 1796-1802, for Bramber 1802-12 ;
m. 2 Sep. 1802 Johanna EHzabeth, e. dau. John
Weyland, of Woodeaton, co. Oxford ; d. s.p.
II Mar. 1 8 14; of Bayfield Hall, co. Norfolk.
(Burke, P. and B. ; Lincoln's Inn Rec. ; Gent. Mag.

1802, p. 876 b ; 1814, i. 415 a.)

JODRELL 1756-64 mi.

Paul, entered 7 May 1756 {Tyrrell), fee ,^2-2-0 ;
2nd s. Paul J., of Dufheld, co. Derby {see previous
entry) ; b. about 1747 ; admitted pensioner at St.
John's College, Cambridge, 22 Mar. 1765, aged 18 ;
B.A. 1769; M.A. 1772; M.D. 1786; fellow of
St. John's 1772-77 ; physician to the London
hospital 6 Dec. 1786 ; went to India as physician
to the Nabob of Arcot Nov. 1787 ; knighted 26 Oct.
1787 ; m. Jane, dau. Sir Robert Bewicke, of Close
House, CO. Northumberland ; d. at Madras 6 Aug.

1803. (Burke, P. and B. ; Diet. Nat. Biog. ;
Gent. Mag. 1804, p. 181 ^; Shaw, Knights of
England, ii. 300.)

JODRELL 1756-63 ma.

Richard Paul, entered 7 May 1756 {Tyrrell), fee
3^2-2-0 ; e.s. Paul Jodrell {see above) ; ^. 13 Nov.
1745 ; matric. at Oxford, from Hertford College,
28 June 1764; D.C.L. 1793; admitted student
of Lincoln's Inn 18 Jan. 1764; of Lewknor, co.
Oxford; M.P. for Seaford 1790-92 and 1794-96;
F.R.S, ; F.S.A. ; classical scholar and dramatist ;
m. 19 May 1772 Vertue, e. dau. Edward Hase,
of Sail, CO. Norfolk; d. 26 Jan. 1831 in Portland
Place, London. (Burke, P. and B. ; Diet. Nat.
Biog.)

JOHN 1769-70.

JOHNES 1760-66.

Thomas, entered 23 Jan. 1760 {Milzoard), iee
£3-3-0 ; e.s. Thomas J., of Llanvairclydogau, and
Croft Castle, co. Hereford, by Elizabeth, dau.
and heir of Richard Knight, of Croft Castle ;
b. in 1748 at Ludlow, co. Salop ; educated at
Shrewsbury before going to Eton ; M.P. for
Cardigan 1775-80, for co. Radnor 1780-96, for
CO. Cardigan 1796-1816; of Hafod, co. Cardigan;
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JOHNES

cont.



JOHNES



JOHNSON



JOHNSON



JOHNSON



translator of Froissart^s Chronicles, published ' at
the Hafod press'; m. (i) in 1779 Maria Burgh,
of CO. Monmouth ; (2) Jane, dau. John Johnes,
of Dolan Cothy, co. Carmarthen ; d. s.p.s. 23 Apr.
1816 near Dawlish, co. Devon. {Diet. Nat. Biog. ;
Burke, L.G. ; Gent. Mag. i'/yS
Elizabeth, 2nd dau. of Peter Legh, of Lyme, co.
Chester; d. 1782. {St. John'' s Goll., Gamb., Adm. ;
Burke, L.G. ; Lincohi's Inn Rec. ; Gent. Mag.

1765. P- 395 ^0
KECK 1759-64 mi.

Basil, entered 23 Jan. 1759 {Prior), no fee;
Basil Anthony, s. Anthony K. {see above), ad-
mitted student of Lincoln's Inn 23 June 1757.
{Lincoln's Inn Rec)

KECK 1758-61 ma.

David Anthony, entered 23 May 1758 {Prior), iee
3(^5-5-0 ; son of Anthony K. {see above) ; admitted
pensioner at St. John's College, Cambridge, 9 Jan.
1762 ; LL.B. 1768 ; admitted student of Lincoln's
Inn 23 June 1757; took holy orders 1770; ap-
parently curate of Alburgh and Starston, co.
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KECK

cont.
KECK



KECK



KEENE



KELLY
KELLY



KEMP
KENDALL



Norfolk; i. i8 Mar. i8oi at Exning, near New-
market. {St. John's Coll., Camb., Aim. ; Lincoln's
Inn Rec; Gent. Mag. 1801, p. 373 a.)

1783-86.

Probably Piers Anthony, e.s. Anthony James K.,
of Staughton Grange, co. Leicester {see above) ;
matric. at Oxford, from Christ Church, 26 Jan.
1787, aged 18 ; of Staughton Grange ; high sheriff of
CO. Leicester 1795 ; d. unm. 12 Mar. 1797. (Burke,
L.G. ; Foster, Alumni Oxon.)

1785-90 {Davies, Savage).

Probably George Anthony Legh, younger s.
Anthony James K. {see above); b. 15 July 1774;
matric. at Oxford, from Christ Church, 17 May
1791 ; assumed 31 July 1792 the additional name
of Legh as heir of his mother's father, Peter Legh ;
M.P. for CO. Leicester 1797-1831 ; of Staughton



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