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in the island of Dominica ; d. unm. at Rainboro
coffee-house. King St., Covent Garden, 24 July
1811, of apoplectic fit; bur. in King's College
chapel. (E.G. Bap. Gert. ; Harwood, Alumni
Eton.; The World, 28 Apr. 1787; Gent. Mag.
181 1, ii. 194 b\ ex inform. Mr. F. L. Clarke.)

PURCHISS 1789.

Perhaps of Stinchcombe Hill, Dursley, co. Glouc.

PUREFOY 1788-93.

Richard, 3rd s. Rev. George Huddleston Jervoise P.
(afterwards y^rz/ow), of Shalstone, co. Buckingham,
and of Herriard Park, co. Southampton, by Mary,
dau. Rev. Wright Hawes ; bap. 15 May 1778 at
Shalstone ; K.S. 1788 ; cornet ist dragoons i May

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PUREFOY

cont.



PURVIS



PYE



1794, aft. major ; m. Anna Victoria, dau. Rev.
Joseph Story, of Bingfield, co. Cavan ; d. of fever
near Abrantes, in Portugal, during the Peninsular
war 181 1. (Burke, L.G., sub Fitzgerald, of Shal-
stone ; Stapylton ; E.G. Bap. Cert.)

1765-67.

Thomas, entered 21 Jan. 1765 (F. Tonge), fee
3^2-2-0 ; 2nd s. Charles Wager P., of Darsham
Hall, CO. Suffolk, rear-admiral ; b. 29 Oct. 1750 ;
admitted at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge,
25 Feb. 1768; B.A. 1773; M.A. 1776; rector
of Melton, co. Suffolk; d. 13 Oct. 1786. (Burke,
L.G., ed, 1846; Corpus Chr. Coll., Camb., Adm. ;
Gent. Mag. 1786, p. 911.)

1776-82.



QUARRELL 1758-64.

William, entered 6 Sep. 1758 {Tyrrell), fee j^i-i-o ;
a William Q., bap. 5 Nov. 1752, d. 27 June
1808 at Spring Hall, co. Worcester. {Gent. Mag.
1808, p. 658 a)

QUARRELL 1782-86.

Perhaps a son of the previous entry.



RADCLIFFE 1771-76 {Norbury).

Alexander, s. Thomas Fazakerley, of Ormskirk,
CO. Lancaster ; matric. at Oxford, from Oriel
College, 18 Oct. 1776, aged 17; B.A. (from All
Souls') 1781 ; M.A. 1785 ; presented by John
Delme to the rectory of Tichfield, co. Southampton,
in 1791, which he kept until his death ; d. 24 Dec.
1825 at Tichfield. See Fazakerley. (Foster,
Alumni Oxon. ; Gent. Mag. 1826, i. 2S1 b ; The
World, 27 Dec. 1787.)

RADCLIFFE (1753, Jan.)-54 {Newton).

John, 2nd s. John R., of Hitchin, co. Hertford, by
Anne, dau. Laurence Alcock; M.P. for St. Albans
1768-83 ; m. Apr. 1768 Frances, dau. Henry
(Howard), 4th Earl of CarHsle; of Hitchin Priory;
d. s.p. 21 Dec. 1783; bur. at Hitchin. (Burke,
L.G. ; Gent. Mag. 1783, p. 1066 a.)
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RADCLIFFE (1753, Jan.)-S4 {Newton).

Ralph, e.s. John R,, of Hitchin {see previous
entry) ; admitted fellow-commoner of Trinity
College, Cambridge, 24 Feb. 1756, aged 17 ; did
not graduate ; bur. 18 Dec. 1760, aged 22 ; he
subscribed to Musae Etonenses, ed. 1755. (Burke,
L.G. ; Berry, Herts Pedigrees; Trin. Coll.,
Camh., Aim)

RADCLIFFE 1753-57 {Newton).

[Neither Burke {L.G) nor Berry {Herts Pedigrees)
gives more than two sons to John Radcliffe of
Hitchin {see above). '\

RAIKES 1760-62.

Richard, entered 17 Jan. 1760 {Tyrrell), fee
3^2-2-0 ; 4th s. Robert R., of Gloucester, printer
and philanthropist, by his 3rd wife Mary, dau.
Rev. Richard Drew, of Nailsworth, co. Gloucester ;
b. 30 Dec. 1743 ; admitted pensioner at St. John's
College, Cambridge, 11 Oct. 1762; B.A. 1767;
M.A. 1770 ; fellow of St. John's 1767 ; perpetual
curate of Maisemore, co. Gloucester, 1793 ; canon
of St. David's 1797-182 3 ; prebendary of Here-
ford 1809-23; m. 30 Dec. 1774 Anne, dau.
Samuel (? Thomas) Mee, of Gloucester ; d. s.p.
5 Sep. 1823. (Burke, L.G.; St. John's Coll.,
Camb., Adm.)

1789-91.

Came from Caldbeck in Cumberland. (Stapylton.)



RAILTON



RAINE



1776-82.

Jonathan, 2nd s. Rev. Matthew R., master of
Hartforth school, co. York, and of Esther R. ;
bap. 21 Jan. 1763 at Gilhng, co. York ; K.S. 1776 ;
admitted pensioner at Trinity College, Cambridge,
9 Aug. 1782 ; scholar 1785 ; B.A. 1787 ; chan-
cellor's medalHst and fellow 1789; M.A. 1790 ;
admitted student of Lincoln's Inn 18 Nov. 1785 ;
M.P. for St. Ives 1802-6; for Wareham 1806-7;
for Launceston 1812 ; for Newport, co. Cornwall,
181 2-3 1 ; chief justice of North Wales
1823-30; K.C. 1816; d. in Bedford Square,
London, 14 May 1831. He was a constant at-
tendant at the Eton anniversary, and is said
to have fixed the last Saturday but one in May as

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RAINE the regular day for holding it. {E.G. Bap. Cert. ;

cont. Trin. Coll., Canib., Adm. ; Lincoln's Inn Rec. ;

Gent. Mag. 183 1, i. 476 a ; Stapylton MS.)

RAINE 1775-79-

RAMSDEN 1776-80.

Richard, s. Thomas and Anne R. ; bap. 17 Dec.
1761 at Halifax, co. York; K.S. 1776; admitted
pensioner at Trinity College, Cambridge, 9 Oct.
1781 ; scholar 1784; B.A. 1786; chancellor's
medallist 1786 and fellow 1787 ; M.A. 1789 ; D.D.
1807 ; senior dean of Trinity College 1798-99 ;
vicar of Chesterton, co. Cambridge, 1808 ; rector
of Grundisburgh, co. Suffolk, 1817-31 ; deputy
regius professor of divinity at Cambridge ; d.
15 Nov. 183 1 at Grundisburgh. {E.G. Bap. Gert. ;
Trin. GolL, Gamb., Adm. ; Gent. Mag., 1831, ii. 649 b;
Foster, Index Eccles.)

RANBY See Osborne.

RANDOLPH 1762-63 (not in Eton College Lists).

Beverley, entered 28 June 1762 {Newman), fee
^2-2-0 ; s. of either Beverley or John R., and
grandson of Sir John R., knt., speaker of the Virginia
house of burgesses ; bur. 29 Apr. 1763 at Eton.
{Ex inform. W. G. Stanard, Esq., secretary of
the Virginia Historical Society ; Eton Par. Reg.)

RANDOLPH 1764-72.

Francis, entered 27 July 1764 {Prior), no fee
mentioned ; o.s. George R., doctor in physic, and
of Jane R. ; bap. 29 Dec. 1752 at St. Augustine's,
Bristol ; K.S. 1764 ; admitted scholar at King's
College, Cambridge, 15 Aug. 1772 ; B.A. 1777 ;
M.A. 1780 ; fellow of King's 1775-87 ; D.D. (from
Dublin) 1806; admitted student of Lincoln's Inn
6 Apr. 1782 ; vicar of Broad Chalk, co. Wilts,
1786-88; incumbent of Chenies 1788 ; chaplain to
the Duke of York, and prebendary of Bristol 1791-
1831 ; rector of St. Paul's, Covent Garden, and
vicar of Banwell, co. Somerset, 1817 ; promoted
a tontine, as the result of which Laura Chapel,
Bathwick, co. Bath, was built; d. 14 June 1831
at Bristol. {E.G. Bap. Cert. ; Lincoln's Inn Rec. ;
Diet. Nat. Biog.)

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RANDOLPH 1762 (not in Eton College Lists).

William, entered 28 June 1762 {Newman), fee
J[2-2-o ; presumably a brother of Beverley R.
(see above), and withdrawn from the school at his
death.

RAPER 1769-74 (Key).

John, o.s. John R., of Abberford, co. York, attorney,
by Ann, youngest dau. Rev. Thomas Lamplugh,
canon of York ; admitted pensioner at St. John's
College, Cambridge, 6 July 1774, aged 19 ; B.A.
1778 ; M.A. 1784 ; admitted student of Lincoln's
Inn 28 Mar. 1774 ; m. 16 Oct. 1789 a daughter
of Rev. Godfrey Wolley, of Fulford, co. York
d. 3 July 1824. (St. John's Coll., Camb., Aim.
Lincoln's Inn Rec. ; Burke, L.G., sub Brooksbank
Gent. Mag. 1789, p. 954 b)

RASHLEIGH 1789-91.

John Colman, e.s. John R., of Penquite, co. Corn-
wall, first commissioner of Greenwich hospital, by
Katherine, dau. William Battle, M.D., of Court
Gardens, near Marlow, co. Buckingham ; b. 23 Nov.
1772 ; admitted pensioner at Trinity College,
Cambridge, 20 June 1791 ; did not graduate ;
admitted student of Lincoln's Inn 23 Jan. 1793 ;
m. (i) 24 May 1808 Harriett, 2nd dau. Robert
Williams, of Bridehead, co. Dorset : she d.
7 July 1831 ; (2) 17 Oct. 1833 Martha, dau. John
Gould ; he was created a baronet 30 Sep. 1831 ;
d. 4 Aug. 1847. (Burke, P. and 5. y Trin. Coll.,
Camb., Adm. ; Lincoln's Inn Rec.)

RASHLEIGH 1756-65 mi.

Thomas, entered 12 Oct. 1756 (Barnardiston, after-
wards Arden), fee -^2-2-0. Probably Thomas, 6th
s. Jonathan R., of Menabilly, co. Cornwall, M.P.,
by Mary, dau. Sir William Clayton, isi bart. ; b.
27 June 1749 ; m. 22 Dec. 1772 Frances Ehzabeth
Anne, dau. Rev. John Lawry, prebendary of
Rochester ; attorney-at-law ; of London. (Burke,
P. and B. ; Foster, Baronetage)

RASHLEIGH (1753, Jan.)-58 (Arden).

Probably Jonathan, 2nd s. Jonathan R., of Mena-
billy (see previous entry) ; b. ij Oct. 1740 ; matric,
at Oxford, from Merton College, 9 Aug. 1758 ; B.A.

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RASH- (from University College) 1763 ; M.A. (from All

LEIGH Souls) 1767 ; rector of Gedney, co. Lincoln, 1773 ;
cont. of Wickham, co. Southampton, and of Silverton,
CO. Devon, 1784; m. (i) 5 Mar. 1771 Catherine,
dau. Rev. William Stackhouse, D.D., of Trehane :
she d. ID July 1788 ; (2) 5 Sep. 1790 Jane, sister of
Sir Alexander P. Cumming Gordon, ist bart. ; d.
Nov. 1806. (Burke, P. and B. ; Foster, Alumni
Oxon.; Gent. Mag. 1788, p. 661 b ; 1790, p. 859 a.)

RASHLEIGH 1753-64 (Jrden) ma.

Probably Peter, 4th s. Jonathan R., of Menabilly
{see above) ; ^. 31 Aug. 1746; matric. at Oxford,
from University College, 30 Oct. 1765 ; fellow of
All Souls', and B.A. 1772 ; M.A. 1775 ; admitted
student of Middle Temple 18 Nov. 1765 ; rector
of New Romney, co. Kent, 1781 ; vicar of
Barking, co. Essex, 1781 ; rector of Southfleet
1788-1836; m. 13 Nov. 1781 Frances, dau. Rev.
George Burvill, of Leyborne ; d. 8 Feb. 1836.
(Burke, P. and B. ; Foster, Alumni Oxon. ; Gent.
Mag. 1836, i. 560 a)

RASTALL 1770-72 {Thackeray).

Probably William Dickinson, o.s. Rev. William
R., of Newark-upon-Trent, who was b. 1756;
admitted pensioner at Jesus College, Cambridge,
5 June 1773 ; B.A. 1777 ; M.A. 1780 ; admitted
student of Lincoln's Inn 14 Apr. 1777 ; assumed
name of Dickinson in lieu of Rastall 1795 ; of
Muskham Grange, near Newark ; topographer and
legal writer ; m. Harriet, dau. John Kenrick, of
Bletchingley, co. Surrey ; d. 9 Oct. 1822. {Diet.
Nat. Biog., sub Dickinson.)

RAVENSHAW 1790-92.

Perhaps Edward, s. John R., of Bracknell, co. Berks ;
matric. at Oxford, from Brasenose College, 11 Nov.
1800, aged 18 ; B.A. 1804; M.A. 1808 ; rector of
West Kington, co. Wilts, 1816-54; 6^. 13 Dec.
1854 5 h^s '^if^ Elizabeth d. 6 Aug. 1836 at Clifton.
(Foster, Alumni Oxon., referring to Stapylton's
Eton School Lists ; Gent. Mag. 1836, ii. 333 a)

RAWLING 1754-55.

John, s. John and Martha R. ; ba-p. 13 Apr. 1743
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RAWLING at St. Anne's, Westminster
cont. Bap. Cert)

RAWLINS 1763.



K.S. 1754. {E.C,



John, entered 15 June 1763 (Naylor), s. John and
Mary R. ; bap» 15 Sep. 1748 at Stogursey, co.
Somerset; K.S. 1763; perhaps the same as John,
s. Rev. John R., of Evesham, co.Worcester ; matric.
at Oxford, from Christ Church, 5 Dec. 1764,
aged 17 (sic) ; vicar of Ponteland, co. Northumber-
land, 1788-1811; d. 1811. (E.C. Bap. Cert.;
Foster, Alumni Oxon.)

RAWLINS 1785-89 (Manby, Goodall).

RAWLINS 1789.

RAWLINS 1790-94.

RAYMOND 1759-61.

John, entered 3 Oct. 1759 {M. Toung), fee ;{i-i-o ;
s. John R., of Limehouse ; matric. at Oxford,
from Exeter College, 30 Mar. 1762, aged 18 ;
admitted student of Lincoln's Inn 24 June 1760.
(Foster, Alumni Oxon. ; Lincoln^ s Inn Rec.)

RAYNSFORD 1754-61.

Richard, entered 6 July 1754 {F. Tonge), fee
j^2-2-o ; s. Richard R., of Binfield, co. Berks,
register of reports in chancery ; matric. at Oxford,
from University College, 10 Dec. 1761, aged 17 ;
admitted student of the Inner Temple i Feb.
1762 ; m. Frances, dau. of George Edwards, of
Henlow Grange ; of the register's office in 1789
when his son was admitted student of Lincoln's
Inn. (Foster, Alumni Oxon. ; LincoMs Inn
Rec. ; Gent. Mag. 1847, i. 104 h)

RAYNSFORD 1763-66.

Robert, entered 29 Oct. 1763 {F . Tonge), fee
£1-1-0. A Mrs. Raynsford, wife of Robert R., of
Birchanger, co. Essex, d. 3 Feb. 1796. (Gent.
Mag. 17^6, p. 172 a.)

READ 1756 (not in Eton College Lists).

Henry, entered 30 Sep. 1756 (Gregory), fee j^2-2-o.

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REDWOOD 1758-65.

Philip, entered II Nov. 1758 {Prior), fee £1-1-0 ; s.
Stephen Richard R., of Jamaica ; admitted student
of the Inner Temple 8 Aug. I ySS ; speaker of the as-
sembly of Jamaica 1802 ; chief justice of the island
1808 ; of York Place, Portman Square; d. 9 Feb.
1 8 10 in London, in his 60th year. (Archer, Monu-
mental Inscr. of B.W.I. ; Gent. Mag. 1810, i. 287 b.)

REDWOOD 1755-57.

Samuel, entered 3 June 1755 (Johnson), fee ^^2-2-0.

REED 1781-87.

James, s. James and Mary R. ; bap. 6 July 1768 at
Barnstaple ; K.S. 1781 ; matric. at Oxford, from
Merton College, 20 Oct. 1787 ; exhibitioner at
Exeter College 1789; B.A. 1791 ; M.A. 1794; B.D.
1803 ; fellow 1 792-1 8 II ; rector of Eversholt,
CO. Bedford, 1810-43 ; vicar of Hampstead Norris,
CO. Berks, 1814-43 ; chaplain-in-ordinary to the
King 1803-37 ; to the Queen 1837-43 ; d. 10 Jan.
1843. (E.G. Bap. Gert. ; Foster, Alumni Oxon)

REES 1763-66.

John, entered 12 Apr. 1763 {Key), fee _£2-2-o.

REEVES 1756-62.

Francis, entered 8 May 1756 {M. 7'oung), fee
-^i-i-o ; s, Sackville and Elizabeth R. ; b. j Sep.
1748 in parish of St. James, Westminster; K.S.
1757. {E.G. Bap. Gert)

REEVES 1764-71.

John, entered 2 July 1764 {Harding), fee ^^i-i-o ;
s. John R., of Castle Street, St. Martin-in-the-
Fields, London ; b. 20 Nov., bap. 30 Nov. 1752 at
St. Martin's ; K.S. 1764 ; while at Eton gained the
medal given by Sir John Dalrymple for the best
Latin exercise in the fourth form ; matric. at
Oxford, from Merton College, 31 Oct. 1771 ;
B.A. 1775 ; M.A. 1778 ; fellow of Queen's College
1777 ; admitted student of the Middle Temple
II May 1776; bencher 1824; chief justice of
Newfoundland 1791-92 ; superintendent of aliens ;
law-clerk to the board of trade ; appointed by Pitt
to be King's printer in conjunction with Messrs.
Eyre and Strahan 1800 ; F.R.S., F.S.A. ; author

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REEVES of various legal and other works ; d. unm. 7 Aug.

cont. 1829 in Parliament Place, Westminster; bur. in

the Temple Church. (E.G. Bap. Cert. ; Foster,

Alumni Oxon. ; Diet. Nat. Biog. ; 7 he World, 7 May

1787 ; Gent. Mag. 1829, ii. 468-471.)

REEVES 1774-81.

Jonathan, s. Rev. Jonathan R., of West Ham, co.
Essex, and of Elizabeth R. ; b. 28 Apr. 1763 in
Mansel Street ; bap. i May 1763 at St. Mary,
Whitechapel ; K.S, 1774; admitted scholar at
King's College, Cambridge, 5 July 1782 ; B.A.
1786; M.A. 1789; fellow of King's 1785-90;
minister of Kingsland, co. Middlesex; d. abt. Oct.
1790. {E.G. Bap. Gert. ; Harwood, Alumni Eton.)

REID 1764-65.

Adrian, entered 19 Nov. 1764 {Tyrrell), fee 3^2-1-0 ;
3rd s. Colonel John R., of Jamaica, who m.
Mary, dau. Col. Richard Haughton ; b. 1752;
matric. at Oxford, from St. Mary Hall, 23 Mar.
1767; admitted student of the Middle Temple
24 Nov. 1769. (Foster, Alumni Oxon.; ex inform.
V. L. Oliver, Esq.)

REID 1764-65.

George, entered 19 Nov. 1764 (Tyrrell), fee Iz-i-o ;
s. of Colonel John R., of Jamaica (see previous
entry) ; b. 1747 ; d. 28 Jan. 1823 at Henley
Hall, near Ipswich. (Ex inform. V. L. Oliver
Esq. ; Gent. Mag. 1823, i. 190 b)

REID 1764-66.

John, entered 4 Sep. 1764 (Elly), fee ^2-2-0.

REID 1764.

Thomas, entered 4 Sep. 1764 (Elly), fee ^^2-2-0.

REID 177^79.

Thomas Ranby, s. Alexander and Ann R. ; h.
16 Feb., bap. 18 Mar. 1765 at Chelsea ; K.S. 1776.
(E.G. Bap. Gert.)

REID 1762-65.

William, entered 6 Feb. 1762, fee ^2-2-0.

REID 1776-81.

Possibly William Pickering, s. Rev. William R., of
St. James's, co. Middlesex ; matric. at Oxford,

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REID from Queen's College, 2 Mar. 1782, aged 17 ; his

co7it. father subscribed to Musae Etonenses, ed. 1755.

(Foster, Alumni Oxon.)

REMMETT 1788-91.

George, s. Dr. Robert and Elizabeth R. ; bap.
22 Aug. 1777 at St. Andrew's, Plymouth; K.S.
1788 ; drowned at Eton, and bur. there 13 June
1791. {E.G. Bap. Cert.; Stapylton ; Eton Par.

RENNELL 1767-72 (Harding).

Thomas, s. Rev. Thomas R., rector of Barnacle, co.
Northampton, and prebendary of Winchester, by
Elizabeth, dau. Richard Stone, of Larkbear, co.
Devon ; b. 8 Feb., bap. 9 Mar. 1754 at Barnacle ;
K.S. 1767 ; admitted scholar at King's College,
Cambridge, 20 Mar. 1773 ; B.A. 1777 ; M.A.
1779; l3.D. 1794; fellow of King's 1776-79;
vicar of Alton, co. Southampton, 1787, and pre-
bendary of Winchester ; rector St. Magnus,
London Bridge ; master of the Temple 1798-1826 ;
dean of Winchester 1805-40; m. in 1786 Sarah, e.
dau. Sir William Blackstone ; d. 31 Mar. 1840 at
the deanery, Winchester. (E.G. Bap. Gert. ; Diet.
Nat. Biog.)

RENOUARD 1774-75.

John Henry, s. Peter Renouard, of Stamford, co.
Lincoln, adjutant of the Rutland miHtia, by Mary,
dau. John Henry Ott, rector of Gamston, co.
Northampton; bap. 31 Dec. 1758 at Stamford
St. George ; placed on the indentures for Eton
College in 1774, but did not take up his election ;
admitted pensioner at Trinity College, Cambridge,
4 July 1776 ; scholar 1778 ; matric. 1779 ; B.A.
1781 ; M.A. 1784; fellow 1783; senior dean
1 799-1 805 ; vice-master 1806-30; rector of Little
Billing, CO. Northampton, 23 Feb. 1807; rector of
Orwell, CO. Cambridge, 1817-30; d. 3 Mar. 1830.
(E.G. Bap. Gert. ; Trin. Goll., Camb., Adm. ; Diet.
Nat. Biog. ; Foster, Index Eceles. ; Gent. Mag.
1830, i. 571.)

REPKOMBE 1767-71 (Harris).

Augustus Retnuh, natural s. Henry (Herbert),
loth Earl of Pembroke and Montgomery, by
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REPKOMBE Catherine Elizabeth, dau. Thomas Orby Hunter,
cont. aft. Mrs. Clarke ; his surname is an anagram
on ' Pembroke ' and his 2nd name is ' Hunter '
spelt backward ; b. 23 Nov. 1762 ; capt. R.N.
24 May 1782 ; changed his name to Montgomery
(before 1791, when he received a grant of arms) ;
d. abt. Feb. 1797, perhaps in action. (Angelo,
Pic-Nic, p. viii ; Toynbee, Letters of Horace
Walpole, V. pp. 182, 190, 194; Lord Pembroke's
will P.C.C. [Holman, 160] ; ex inform. L. G. Carr-
Laughton, Esq.)

REVELY 1753-59 {Evans).

Hugh, 2nd s. George R. (who m. Elizabeth Tucker
and d. at Alicante, in Spain, Oct. 1760) ; b. in
Spain ; admitted pensioner at St. John's College,
Cambridge, 12 Jan. 1760, aged 20; d. unm. 2 May
1762. (Burke, L.G. ; Si. John's Coll., Camb., Adm.)

REYNOLDS 1755-57.

Decimus, entered 22 Jan. 1755 {Newton), fee
j^i-i-o ; s. Rev. Octavian and Clemence R. ;
b. 29 May 1743 at Whethamsted, co. Hertford ;
K.S. 1755 ; ensign 55th foot 4 Sep, 1764 ; Heut.
I Sep. 1771 ; capt. 3 Sep. 1775 ; name out of
army list 1778. {E.C. Bap. Cert.; Army Lists.)

REYNOLDS 1758-63.

Edward, entered 9 Oct. 1758 {Prior), fee ^^2-14-0 ;
s. Thomas and Sarah R. ; bap. 4 Aug. 1744 ^^
Mancetter, co. Warwick ; K.S. 1759 ; nick-named
' Hooter ' ; famous at Eton for his Warwickshire
pork pies ; admitted scholar at King's College,
Cambridge, 14 Dec. 1763 ; B.A. 1768 ; M.A. 1771 ;
fellow 1766-91 ; rector of Milton, co. Cambridge,
1790-95 ; ^- June 1795. {E.C. Bap. Cert.; Har-
wood. Alumni Eton.; ex. inform. Mr. F. L. Clarke.)

RICE 1762-66.

John, entered 22 Jan. 1762 {F. Tonge), fee ^i-i-o.

RICE 1763-70.

John, entered 20 Jan. 1763 {Prior).

RICH 1760-62.

Daniel, entered 19 June 1760 {Prior), fee ^^2-2-0.
There was a Daniel Rich, s. Sir Robert R., of
Sonning, co. Berks, 3rd bart. ; perhaps this
was his son. (Burke, Extinct Baronetage)
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RICHARDS 1747-54 {Tyrrell).

John, s. Michael and Charlotte R. ; bap. 30 Oct.
1735 at St. John's, Cardiff ; K.S. 1747 ; admitted
scholar at King's College, Cambridge, 20 Oct.
1754; B.A. 1759; M.A. 1762; fellow 1757-66.
The certificate of baptism is addressed to ' Mr. Evan
Evans at his house at Eton near Windsor,' so
perhaps the boy boarded there at first, though
afterwards at Tyrrell's. {E.G. Bap. Cert)

RICHARDSON 1762-72.

William, entered 18 June 1762 {F. Tonge), fee
I2-2-0. A William, s. William R., of London,
matric. at Oxford, from Trinity College, 8 Feb.
1773, aged 18. (Foster, Alumni Oxon.)

RICKETTS 1759-65.

George Poyntz, entered 22 Jan. 1759 (Jrden), fee
^3-3-0 ; o.s. Jacob R., of Midgham, Jamaica, by
Hannah, dau. and co-heir of Joseph Poyntz, of
Jamaica ; cornet loth dragoons 2 Oct. 1765 ;
lieut. 26 May 1769 till 1772 ; governor of Barbados
1 794-1 800; wz. 13 Dec. 1772 Sophia, dau. William
Watts, governor of Fort William, Bengal, ' with
3^20,000'; d. 8 Apr. 1800 at Liverpool, aged 50.
(Ex inform. V, L. Oliver, Esq. ; Gent. Mag. 1772,
p. 598 b', 1800, p. 397.)

RICKETTS 1787-88 (Goodall).

Perhaps George Poyntz, e.s. George Poyntz R.,
governor of Barbados {see previous entry) ; m. 20
Feb. 1800, at Calcutta, Sophia, dau. Capt. Pierce;
d. at Benares, East Indies, 18 16. {Gent. Mag.
1800, p. looi a ; 1816, i. 380 b.)

RIDDING 1753-59 {Bagwell).

Benjamin, s. Rev. Thomas R., rector of Wonston,
CO. Southampton, and of Hannah R. ; bap. 4 May
1742 at Wonston ; K.S. 1756 ; admitted scholar
at King's College, Cambridge, 26 Mar. 1760 ; B.A.
1764; M.A. 1768; fellow of King's 1763-66;
according to Harwood, he ' obtained preferment
from Hoadly, bishop of Winchester, who was his
relation, and soon afterwards died.' {E.G. Bap.
Gert. ; Harwood, Alumni Eton)
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RIDDLE 1772 {Roberts).

RIDDLE 1772-73.

RIDER 1779-85.

Ralph Carr, s. Ingram and Margaret R. ; hap.
14 Sep, 1767 at Leeds, co. York; K.S. 1779;
matric. at Oxford, from Merton College, 3 Feb.
1786 ; B.A. 1789 ; curate of Kentisbeare, co.
Devon, and rector of Stoke, co. Kent, 1811-39;
d. 8 Apr. 1839. {E.G. Bap. Cert. ; Foster, Alumni
Oxon.)

RIDOUT 1784.

[A John Honyfield, s. John R., of Blandford, co,
Dorset, matric, at Oxford, from Merton College,
22 Nov. 1785, aged 17 ; and a John Rideout, from
Sussex, was admitted pensioner at Jesus College,
Cambridge, 21 Apr, 1785. (Foster, Alumni Oxon. ;
Jesus Coll., Camb., Aim) ]

RIGBY 1756-58,

Henry, entered 16 June 1756 {Newman), no fee ;
s. Rev, John R,, rector of Ickford, co, Buckingham ;
hap. 5 Apr, 1741 at Ickford; K,S, 1756; matric,
at Oxford, from Wadham College, 28 May 1759 ;
B,A, 1763 ; M,A, 1768 ; rector of Hadleigh, co,
Essex, 1776; d. 15 May 1819 at Salisbury, {E.C.
Bap. Cert. ; Foster, Alumni Oxon.)

RIPLEY 1762-70.

Thomas, entered i May 1762 {Gregory), fee ^i-i-o ;
e,s. Thomas R., of Middle Scotland Yard, West-
minster, by Ann Dawson; b. 5 Dec. 1752 in
parish of St. Margaret, Westminster ; admitted
pensioner at St, John's College, Cambridge, 5 June
1770; B,A, 1774; M,A, 1777 ; admitted student
of Lincoln's Inn 10 Jan, 1771 ; vicar of Wootton
Bassett and of West Lavington, co, Wilts ; m.
5 Dec. 1780 Sophia Pemberton ; d. 20 Oct, 1813,
{St. John's Coll., Camb., A dm. ; Lincoln's Inn Rec. ;
Gent. Mag. 1780, p. 589 a ; 1813, ii, 508 a ; 1847,
i. 102 a.)

RISHTON 1761-64.

Martin Folkes William, entered 13 May 1 761 {Key),
fee ;/^2-2-o ; s, Wilham R., of Bristol, by Dorothy,
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e. dau. Martin Folkes, ofSHillington, co. Norfolk ;
P.R.S. ; matric. at Oxford 21 Nov. 1764, aged 17.
Mary, the wife of M. F. Rishton and eldest dau.
Stephen Allen, of Lynn, co. Norfolk, d. at Lynn.
(Foster, J lufnni Oxon. ; Gent. Mag. 1820, i. 187 b.)

1776-83.

' G.' Probably George, s. Rev. William Hay ward
R., provost of Eton College, and Jane R. ; admitted
student at Lincoln's Inn 18 Apr. 1786. {Lincoln's
Inn Rec.)

1780-85.

' H.' Probably H., youngest s. Rev. William
Hayward R. (see previous entry) ; of the 34th regt. ;
d. at Cuddalore in India suddenly from the rupture
of a blood vessel i Apr. 18 16, aged 44. {Gent.
Mag. 1816, ii. 282 b.)

1760-68.

John, entered 14 Oct. 1760 (Harding), fee 3^2-2-0 ;
perhaps s. Counsellor Lewis R., of St. Peter's,
Dublin ; matric. at Oxford, from Christ Church,
27 Apr. 1768, aged 21 (sic) ; admitted student of
Lincoln's Inn 6 Mar. 1766. (Foster, Alumni
Oxon. ; Lincoln's Inn Rec)

1772-80 mi.

John, 2nd s. Rev. William Hayward R. (see above) ;
bap. 29 July 1763 at Eton ; K.S. 1777 ; admitted
scholar at King's College, Cambridge, 26 July
1781; B.A. 1786; M.A. 1789; D.D. 1809;
fellow of King's 1784-90 ; private tutor to
Lord Morpeth 1785-90 ; assistant at Eton (1791)-
1800 ; rector of Creeting St. Olave and Creeting
All Saints, co. Suffolk ; vicar of Sonning, co.
Berks, 1803-22 ; fellow of Eton 4 Apr. 1800 ; vicar
of Burnham, co. Buckingham, 1803 ; m. in May
1796 Anne, youngest dau. Abraham Saunders, of
Gloucester; d. 23 Feb. 1822; bur. at Sonning;
M.I. (E.G. Bap. Cert.; Harwood, Alumni Eton.;
Gent. Mag. 17(^6, p. 438 a)

1772-83 min.

Richard, 3rd s. Rev. William Hayward R. (see
above); bap. 14 July 1764 at Eton; K.S. 1777;
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admitted pensioner at Queens' College, Cambridge,
25 June 1783 ; admitted scholar at King's College,
Cambridge, 31 July 1783 ; B.A. 1788 ; M.A. 1791 ;
fellow of King's 1786-93 ; vicar of Sporle, co.
Norfolk, 1 794-183 1 ; on leaving Cambridge, he
opened a preparatory school at Mitcham ; m.



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