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Newton S. Petrock, Devon, who d. 5 May 1783 age 78, by Susanna
Spettigue, m. Bickleigh 23 Jan. 1739, d. 14 Nov. 1800 age 77), b.
Botus Fleming 18 Ap. 1752, sojourner 4 Ap, 1770 to 3 July 1773,
M. 3 Ap. 1770, Corn. 1773, B.A. 8 Feb. 1777 : vac. by m. 27 Mch
1779 Elizabeth d. of George Warmington Bewes of Launceston, she
d. 18 June 1811 age 65; R. of Newton S. Petrock 1783; d. 12 Dec.
1822; Lysons' Devon 387; W. Antiq. iv. 263, Coll. Corn. 352.

Richard Clarke (s. John), b. Totnes, sojourner 7 Mch 1771 to
5 July 1774, M. 7 Mch 1 77 1 age 20, Petr. 1774, vac. by m. 1784
Miss Wise ; B.A. 28 May 1777, M.A. 23 May 1778 ; R. of Bedale in
the N. Riding 1783-97, d. there 10 Jan. 1797.

Richard Vivian (3 s. Thomas, by Mary d. of John Hussey of
Truro, Bibl. Corn. 836), b. Cornwood i Aug. 1754, M. 10 May
1771, Eliot exhibitioner; Petr. 1774, res. 21 June 1798, having
been pres. 11 and instit. 25 Nov. 1797 to R. of Bushey ; m. Bushey
7 Aug. 1798 Mary Catherine d. of E. J. Willshire Emmett of Dalton,
Plerts, she d. 22 Oct. 1843 ; ^A. 28 Feb. 1778, M.A. 11 July 1778,
B.D. 3 Mch 1789, Proctor 1787; V. of Mullion, Cornwall 1780
(under £80), res. 26 Nov. 1797 ; d. suddenly in the Strand, of angina
pectoris, 13 May 1825, Gent. Mag. 1825, i. 571.

John Penrose (is. John, V. of Gluvias, by Elizabeth d. of Rev.
John Vinicombe of Exeter), b. Gluvias 15 Aug. 1753, ed. Truro, M.
16 May 1 77 1, Eliot exhibitioner; Corn. 1774, B.C.L. 6 Mch 1778, vac.
by m. 2 Ap. 1778 Jane 2 d. of Rev. John Trevenen (she d. 15 July
1818); R. of Cardynham 1777-82, of Perran-Uthnoe 1782, V. of
Constantine; R. of Fledborough, Notts 1783 (mentioned 1788 in will
of Elizabeth Duchess of Kingston), V. of Thorney, Notts 9 May
1803, d. Fledborough 14 Sep. 1829; Bibl. Corn. 457, Coll. Corn. 712.



154 REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE. [1775

Robert Butler (s. Rev. Joseph), b. S. Clement Danes, London,
sojourner 10 Oct. 1772 to 3 July 1775, M. 10 Oct. 1772 age 19 as
of Langley, Bucks, Petr. 1775, vac. 1780 by taking the R. of Inkpen,
Berks; B.A. 25 June 1778, B.C.L. 2 June 1779.

John Harding (s. Thomas, of Pilton), b. Marwood, sojourner
14 Dec. 1772 to 6 July 1775, M. 17 Dec. 1772 age 17, Dev. 1775;
B.A. I Feb. 1779, M.A. 28 Ap. 1779, B.D. 26 Oct. 1790, d. 28 Dec.
1816.

Robert Laxton (s. Rev. Robert), b. Leatherhead, Surrey, M. Pemb.

2 Ap. 1773 age 18; Shi. 1775 as of Croydon, Surrey; B.A. 16 Feb.
1779, d. 1783.

Thomas Cary Leach (s, Philip, R. of Boconnoc and Bradock;
Lake i. 122), b. Boconnoc 1753, sojourner 25 Ap. 1771 to 8 July
1775, M. 26 Ap. 1771 age 18, Corn. 1776; B.A. 23 Feb. 1775, M.A.

3 Ap. 1778, B.D. 9 June 1784, d. i June 1785, bur. 4 June in the
south part of the Chapel ; Gutch iii. App. 247 ; Bibl. Corn. 308 ; HisL
Comm. ii. 127.

Isaac Frowd (s. Edward), b. Longbridge Deverill, Brixton, Wilts,
M. Merton 9 Ap. 1772 age 18; Sar. 1776, vac. 1779 by having
taken V. of Bishop's Castle, Salop; B.A. 16 Feb. 1776, M.A. 13 Feb.
1779 ; R. of Shrawardine, Salop 1782 by dispensation, d. 3 Dec. 1835.

James Gould (s. William), b. Southmolton, sojourner 24 Oct. 1774
to 10 July 1778, M. 10 Oct. 1774 age 17, Dev. 1778; vac. by m.
Southmolton 24 Feb. 1789 Elizabeth d. of Joseph Palmer, (Palmer
Pedigree 1892 p. i); B.A. 17 June 1778, M.A. 27 June 1782, d. of
fever Nov. 1793.

John Cole (2 s. Humphry, by Phillis d. of Francis IMaugham), b.
S. Hilary 8 June 1758, M. 23 May 1775 Eliot exhibitioner; Corn.
1778; B.A. 26 June 1783, M.A. 22 May 1788, B.D. 20 Ap. 1795,
D.D. 10 July 1800, Proctor 1794; Chaplain to William Duke of
Clarence, through whom he was pres. to the V. of Gulval in Cornwall
1790; el. C. of Merton, Oxon 30 June 1792 for a year, pres. 29 ]\Ich
1803 to V. of South Newington (then under £80); R. of Yaverland,
I. of Wight 1809; el. Rector 7 Jan. 1808, Vice-Chancellor 1810, d.
Marazion 13 Oct. 1819; Lake iv. 45, Bibl. Corn. 76, Cox 192,
Memoir of Rev. John Russell 1878 p. 17. His portrait by Opie is in
the Coll. Hall.

William Holwell (s. Edward, by Isabella Newte), b. Exeter 1758,
bap. St. Martin's, Exeter 4 Ap. 1759 and named after his uncle
William Holwell V. of Thornbury, Glouc, sojourner 4 Mch 1776 to



1779] REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE. 155

10 July 1778, M. 2 Mch 1776, Petr. 1778, allowed to travel 30 Ap.
1781, res. 14 Jan. 1793 having been pres. to Menheniot 17 Nov.
1791 and instit. 3 Jan. 1792, where however he did not reside; B.A.
5 June 1783, M.A. 6 INIay 1784, B.D. 20 Feb. 1790 though not in
orders; F.R.S. 1806; changed his name 20 Nov. 1798 (London
Gazette p. iioi) to Holwell Carr on property devolving on his wife
Lady Charlotte Hay, i d. of James 14 Earl of Erroll, whom he m.
London 18 May 1797, and who d. London 9 Feb. 1801 in her 38
year (mon. in Menheniot). He d. London 24 Dec. 1830, bur.
Withecombe Raleigh, Exmouth. He bequeathed his fine pictures,
mostly of the Italian school, one of which is ' Christ disputing with
the Doctors,' (collected in France and Italy 1780) to the National
Gallery; Gent. Mag. ci. part i (1831) p. 370; Misc. Gen. 1877
p. 416 ; Lake iii. 313, Nat. Biog. ix. 177. He gave the College Library
the Editio Princeps of Homer, Florence 1488, and the publications
of the Roxburgh Club. Some one remarked of his portrait (he was
a sceptical art critic) that it looked as if in the act of saying ' Yes, but
the original is in the Borghese gallery,' Fred Locker's Patchwork 1879
p. 140.

Stephen George Francis Triboudet Demainbray (o. s. Dr. Stephen
Triboudet, astronomer to George III. at Kew, in which office his son
succeeded him and held it 1 782-1840), b. Ealing 7 Aug. 1759, ed.
Harrow (Thornton's Harrow 167), sojourner 27 Oct. 1776 to 16 Oct.
1778, M. Ch. Ch. 26 May 1775; Petr. 1778, vac. 1799 by pres. to
Broad Somerford 4 Feb. 1799, Reg, 18 Dec. 1823; B.A. 21 June
1781, M.A. 2 May 1782, B.D. 9 July 1793; Whitehall Preacher
1784, Chaplain to the King at Kew 1801, chaplain at S. James' 1802 ;
V. of Wittenham 9 Aug. 1794; d. Broad Somerford 6 July 1854 age
94; his s. Francis M. Pemb. i Nov. 1809 age 14, his father had
concealed his marriage from Exeter College for several years before
1799. He was one of the first promoters of the allotment system,
and wrote The Poor Mans Best Friend 1830; Nat. Biog. xiv. 330.

David Horndon (s. Thomas, Fellow 1747), b. St. Dominick 2 Dec.
1759. sojourner 13 May 1777 to 10 July 1779, M. 2 May 1777,
Corn. 1779, res. 29 Jime 1794, his father having resigned Merton
alias Martin, Devon to him 1793; B.A. 30 May 1782, ]\I.A. i July
1784; m. Bath 23 June 1802 Mary Ann d. of John Glubb, R. of
Bicton, she d. 6 Mch 1836 ; R. of Bicton 4 Mch 1811, d. 6 Ap. 1845;
Coll. Corn. 390.

George Avery Hatch (s. George), b. Windsor, M. Merton 3 July



156 REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE. [1779

1775 age i8; Sar. 1779, res. 14 Ap. 1792 on instit. 19 Ap. 1791 to
Rectories of S. Matthew's in Friday Street and S. Peter's in West
Cheap, London; B.A. 20 Ap. 1779, M.A. 6 July 1782; V. of
Weekley, Northants (under £80) 1786, d. 15 Jan. 1837.

Samuel Lane (s. Thomas), bap. Totnes 9 May 1759, at Winchester
1770, sojourner Nov. 1776 to 12 July 1780, M. 26 Nov. 1776,
Dev. 1780, res. at Totnes 26 May 1794; B.A. 25 May 1780, M.A.

9 May 1783, R. of Hook, Dorset (under £80) 2 Feb. 1791, d. 1827 ;
Hutchins ii. 184.

Robert Palk Welland (s. Richard), b. Topsham, Devon, sojourner
28 Mch 1777 to II July 1780, M. 21 Mch 1777 age 18, Petr. 1780,
res. May 1787 on instit. to R. of Shottesbrook and V. of White
Waltham, Berks May 1786; B.A. 23 Feb. 1784, M.A. 26 Ap. 1785;
R. of Talaton Oct. 1787, of Dunchideock with Shillingford 26 Oct.
1793 (patron his uncle Sir Robert Palk), d. Shillingford 24 June 1841
age 84; Lysons' Devon 470: Eccl. Ant. ii. 12, iii. 10.

Thomas Smyth Glubb(2 s. Thomas, by EHzabeth 4 d. of Christopher
Cunningham, of Okehampton), b. Nether Stowey, Som., M. 10 May
1777 age 18, Symes scholar 30 June 1778 ; Petr. 1780 ; B.A. 20 Feb.
1784, M.A. 26 Ap. 1785, B.D. 16 Dec. 1795 ; el. C. of Merton, Oxon

10 July 1787 for the next year; pres. to Wittenham (under £80) 30
June and instit. 20 Aug. 1799, d. 4 Ap. 1823 at the house of his rela-
tive Coryndon Luxmoore, R. of Bridestowe, Devon (N. and Gleanings
iv. 161) : held office of Bursar nearly 20 years and his accounts were
in such disorder that the College suffered considerable loss. For some
time after this no one was bursar for more than two years ; Allen's
Liskeard 527.

Thomas Jackson (s. WilHam, of S. Stephen's, Exeter), b. Exeter,
M. 18 Feb. 1777 age 17, Reynolds exhibitioner 1779; Petr. 1781,
vac. by marriage 21 Oct. 1806 ; B.A. 23 Feb. 1781, ]\LA. 4 May 1786,
B.D. by decree 23 Nov. 1796 (Reg. 23 Nov. 1804, 29 June 1805);
Secretary 22 Feb. 1783 to Hon. John Trevor English Minister at
Turin; he was himself Minister Plenipotentiary at Turin 13 Ap. 1799
to 1807 ; Gent. Mag. 1799 i. 538.

John Phillips (i s. Joseph, by Eulalia 3 d. of Abraham Barnfiold
of Mambury in E. Pulford near Bideford; m. 14 Mch 174^, he was
bur. 19 Mch 1781 age 79, she 2 Ap. 1788 age 79, both at E. Pulford),
b. Mambury 21 July 1751, M. 2 Dec. 1779, Petr. 1782, res. 8 July
1791 : B.A. 24 Mch 1786, U.\. 16 May 17S6, d. unni. 13 Mch
1828; wrote the Glossary of Devonshire Words published 1S39 by



1785] REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE. 157

Mrs. Gwatkin, to ^vhom he gave it; Lysons' Devon 424, Bibl. Corn.
200; great-uncle of E. A. Dayman, Fellow 1828.

Richard Hawkin Hitchins (is. Rev. Malachi), bap. Bideford 21
Oct. 1764, sojourner 23 Ap. 1781 to 5 Mch 1783 as of S. Hilary,
Cornwall, M. 2 Ap. 1781, Reynolds exhibitioner 1781 ; Dev. 1783, vac.
6 July 1805 on pres. to Baverstock, Wilts 22 June and instit. 6 July
1804, where he only resided his last three years (Reg. 8 JMch 1823);
B.A. 19 Mch 1787, M.A. 12 June 1789, B.D. 20 June 1799, d. 21
Feb. 1827; for 33 years Curate of Falmouth; Lake i. 395 ; Bibl. Corn.
243, Coll. Corn. 369.

Joshua le Marchant (s. Rev. Joshua, of Guernsey, who d. 12 June
1794, by Rachel Carey Dobrde), b. St. Peter's Port 16 Nov. 1763, at
Winchester 1777, M. Pemb. 3 Dec. 1779; Guer. 1783, vac. by m. 26
Mch 1792 Sarah Susanna d. of John Glubb, R. of Bicton, she was b.
1772, d. 1843; B.A. 18 June 1783, M.A. 4]\Iay 1786, in orders, lived
at Sidmouth.

Henry Belfeild (s. Henry), b. Studham, Herts, M. Pemb. 1 1 INIay
1780 age 18; Shi. 1783; B.A. 31 Jan. 1788, M.A. 12 July 1788, d.
Berkhampstead Feb. 1789.

William Griflaths (s. Rev. John), b. Chiswick, ed. Eton, Reynolds
exhibitioner 1780, M. 19 Oct. 1780 age 18 as of S. James', West-
minster; Petr. 1784, vac. by marriage 10 Mch. 1794, B.A. 9 June
1784, M.A. 26 Ap. 1787; collated by Bishop Douglas to R. of
S. Edmund's, Salisbury May 1793, V. of S. Issey, Cornwall 10 ]\Iay
1794, fell over a precipice 30 July 1802, left a widow and five young
children.

Thomas Duncumb (s. Rev. Thomas), b. Shiere, Guildford, M.
Magd. H. 24 Mch 1779 age 18; Shi. 1784, vac. 10 Feb. 1806 by
pres. to Shiere 1805; B.A. 28 Feb. 1783, M.A. 16 May 1786, B.D.
15 July 1797 (both as Duncomb) ; d. Shiere 9 Mch 1843; Gent.
Mag. 1843 xix. 544.

Thomas Stinton (Fellow 1767), el. Rector 15 Ap. 1785, d. 6 July

1797-

John Vye (s. Rev. John; a John Vye was V. of Ilfracombe
1 770-1), b. and bap. S. David's, Exeter 5 Jan. 1764, Reynolds exhi-
bitioner, M. I Nov. 1 781, Dev. 1785, B.A. 25 May 1785, M.A.
5 Mch 1791, B.D. 22 Oct. 1801 ; V. of Morthoe, Devon (under
£60) INIch 1795, res. 22 Feb. 1805; pres, to Wootton in Northants
27 June 1805 but, in consequence of his claim being disputed by
Heyes (Reg. 13 and 19 June 1805, 2 Feb. 18 10), his fellowship was



158 REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE. [1785

not declared vacant till Feb. iSio; d. Teignmouth 28 June 1833;
Gent. Mag. 1806 Ixxvi. p. 1240, and 1833 pt. 2 p. 185.

Edward Morshead (4 s. William, by Olympia d. of John Treise),
b. Cartuther, Menheniot, bap. 29 June 1764, M. 16 Dec, 1782, Corn.
1785, vac. 13 Jan. 1797 by pres. 12 Jan. 1796 to R. of Calstock ; B.A.
23 Mch 1789, M.A. 22 May 1789 ; R. of Hascombe, Surrey 1791, of
St. Dominick 12 June 1 800-1 803, of Little Petherick 27 Ap. 1801, V.
of Quethiock 28 Ap. 1801, all in Cornwall, R. of Beaworthy 9 Nov.
1807, of Kelly 30 Dec. 1823-1833, both in Devon; Chaplain to
Prince of Wales and Duke of York, Special Vice-Warden of the
Stannaries, d. Calstock 17 Sep. 1852 ; m. Kelly, Devon 12 Ap. 1798
Mary i d. of Arthur Kelly, she d. June 1832 ; Maclean i. 80, 83 ; Gent.
Mag. 1852 xxxviii. 545.

Robert Hele Selby (s. Robert Hele), b. Marazion, bap. 24 June
1765, M. 2 June 1783, Com. 1785, vac. by m. 18 May 1791 Felicia
I d. of George Home bishop of Norwich; B.A. 12 July 1788, M.A.
10 Oct. 1789 ; el. C. of Merton, Oxon 1 1 July 1788 for the next year,
instit. to R. of Colmworth, Beds, Jan. 1791, R. of Brede, Sussex 1822;
took name of Hele at the wish of his uncle John Hele (London Gazette
1 791 p. 287), d. Hastings owing to his chaise overturning 18 Nov.
1839; Gent. Mag. 1840 xiii. 103.

Samuel Hart (s. Samuel, V. of Crediton), b. Crediton 1762, M. 27
Ap. 1780 age 17, named Chaplain 29 July and adm. 3 Aug. 1786,
vac. by m. 12 May 1806 his 2 cousin Anne o. child and h. of Henry
Cory of Holsworthy, who survived him; B.A. 20 Feb. 1784, M.A. 19
Oct. 1786, B.D. 7 Nov. 1798 ; pres. to V. of Merlon, Oxon 2 May
1796 ; nominated by Archdeacon George Moore and pres. by Chapter
of Exeter to V. of Alternon, Cornwall, instit. 30 Jan. 1806, res. Sep.
1 84 1, d. s.p. Holsworthy 27 Oct. 1845; Lake i. 18; INIem. Gent.
Mag. 1846 XXV. 214.

John Neville Freeman (s. Robert), b. Uxbridge, bap. i May 1764,
M. 14 Dec. 1782 ; Reynolds exhibitioner 1782 ; Petr. 1787, vac. by
m. 14 Feb. 1792 Miss H. M, Arthenius of Charlotte St., London;
B.A, 15 June 1786, M.A. 5 July 1791, V. of Hayes, Middlesex May
1792, d, Hayes 16 Dec. 1843 ; Gent. Mag. 1844 xxi. 213.

Samuel Teed (s. Samuel), b. E. Budleigh, bap. 16 June 1768, M.
14 Mch 1785, Reynolds exhibitioner 1787 ; B.A. 12 June 1789, Dev.
1789; M.A. 5 July 1 79 1, in orders, d. Exmouth 13 Jan, 1792, bur.
E. Budleigh.

John Lea Heyes (s. Rev. Richard, of Rissington Magna, Glouc),



1792] REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE. 159

b. White Wallham, Berks 1763, M. Queen's 17 Jan. 1781 age 18,
B.A. Pemb. 6 Ap. 1785, MA. 15 June 1787 ; Sar. 1790 ; B.D. 7 Nov.
1798; pres. to V. of Merton, Oxen 3 July i8o6, to R. of Bushey
7 June and instit. 8 Oct. 1825, d. Merton 4 Dec. 1825.

Edward Rodd (2 s. Francis, by Jane Hearle), b. Trebartha in
Northill, M. Oriel 18 Nov. 1785 age 17, Corn. 1791, vac. 17 I\Ich
1805 by pres. Mch 1804 to St. Just in Roseland; B.A. 12 June 1789,
M.A. 20 Ap. 1792, B.D. 22 Ap. 1803, D.D. 12 Mch 1816; Proctor
1802 ('he was said to be a disciplinarian worthy of his name'; Cox
204) ; allowed by the Visitor (see the previous case of Bray 1748) to
hold the living of Dittisham near Dartmouth (for a minor, Robert
Sparke Hutchins, son of the late Rector) with his fellowship 1802 :
V. of Lamerton, Devon 1816, d. 23 July 1842; m. 25 Ap. 1805
Harriet i d. of Charles Rashleigh; Lake i. 41, iv. 9; Bibl. Corn.
580.

Willshire John Eramett (o. s. John), b. Redburn, Herts 30 Nov.
1770, bap. 21 Dec; at Westminster 1781, of Trinity, Cambridge;
M. 4 Dec. and el. Shi. 26 Dec. 1791, vac. by m. 5 Jan. 1800 Miss
Smith of Waiford; B.A. 14 Jan. 1795, M.A. 12 May 1795; legatee
of Hugh Smith M.D. of Hatton St. London, who d. 26 June 1789 at
East Barnet, where he had a large estate; R. of Latimer, Bucks,
d. 5 Ap. i860.

Joseph Rosdew (s. Richard, Lysons' Devon 415, 578), b. Yealmp-
ton, Devon, bap. 15 July 1768, M. 31 May 1786, Petr. 1792 (the
election was contested, Gent. Mag. 1792 Ixii. 667), vac. 1827 by instit.
to Bushey 19 May 1826; B.A. 16 Mch 1790, M.A. 28 June 1793,
B.D. 26 Jan. 1804 ; el. C. of Merton, Oxon 30 June 1795 for a year,
V. of South Newington 6 Ap. 1808 on resignation of Dr. Cole, res.
16 May 1818 ; d. Bushey i June 1835. There is a silhouette of him
in the Common Room.

Thomas Best (s. Rev. Thomas), b. Newbury, Berks, bap. 4 May
1768, M. I June 1786, Sar. 1792, B.A. 12 Feb. 1790, M.A. 30 June
1794, B.D. 17 Feb. 1804; d. II Aug. 1830; tombstone in churchyard
of Shaw, near Newbury, where he was Curate 28 years.

James Reed (s. James), b. Barnstaple, bap. 6 July 1768, M. Merton
20 Oct. 1787 and held an Eton postmastership : Reynolds exhi-
bitioner 1789; Dev. 1792, res. 15 Ap. 1811, the mother of his pupil
the IMarquis of Downshire having pres. him to the R. of Eversholt,
Beds, instit. 16 Ap. 1810 ; the Marquis pres. him to V. of Hampstead
Norris, Berks 1819 ; chaplain to her Majesty at S. James' 1803 ; B.A.



i6o REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE. [1792

22 June 1791, M.A. 30 June 1794; B.D. 22 Jan. 1803; el. C. of
Merton, Oxon 30 June 1793 for the next year; d. Eversholt 10 Jan.
1843 5 Gent. IMag. 1843 xix. 327.

John Collier Jones (s. Richard), b. Plympton Earle, Devon 7 Oct.
1770, ed. Truro, M. 10 Oct. 1788, Petr. 1792; B.A. 6 June 1792,
M.A. 30 June 1796, B.D. i July 1807, D.D. 12 Nov. 18 19, C. of
Mortlake, Chaplain to H.M.S. Namur 29 Jan. 1796, Temeraire
16 Nov. 1799, on half-pay 5 Oct. 1802, was one of the English im-
prisoned by Napoleon after the breach of the Peace of Amiens, and
detained 2 years at Verdun; Tutor 1808, Public Examiner 181 2-14,
el. Rector 6 Nov. 1819, select preacher 1820-1, Delegate of Accounts
1824, Vice-Chancellor 1828, d. Oban 7 Aug. 1838, bur. there 21 Aug.;
m. Plympton 6 Jan. 1825 Charlotte 3 d. of Duke Yonge V. of Corn-
wood, widow of capt. George Crawley R.N., she d. 8 Ap. 1836, bur.
in south aisle of Chapel. The College gave £1,000 to furnish the
Rector's lodgings for him, and £500 to put up buildings on the Vicarial
Estate at Kidlington. He left the furniture (given him by the College)
and his books to the College by will, and some money after the death
of his sisters ; and also his plate and glass, but the latter were taken
away by some relatives to Canada afler the death of Miss Jones at
Plymstock 17 Jan. 1873; Reg. 29 Ap. 1823 and pp. 65, 343, 347,
and 25 Ap. 1855; Gent. Mag. 1838 x. 560; Cox 124, 198, 246, Coll.
Corn. 1309; Hist, of Kidlington (O. H. Soc.) 58, 157, 159, 316,
C. H. O. Daniel Our Memories 1893 p. 79.

Michael Dupr6 (s. John, and brother of John fellow 1772), b.
S. Heliers, M. Pemb. 14 Dec. 1780 age 13; named Jer. Fellow by
Dean and Jurats in May and el. 30 June 1792, B.A. 9 June 1784,
M.A. 10 Oct. 1791, B.D. 22 Jan. 1803, R. of S. John's, Jersey 1808-
18 (under £120, Reg. 1809), master at Berkhampstead gr. sch. 1806,
chaplain of a regiment of Foot, d. of apoplexy Southampton 19 Oct.
1818 ; Gent. Mag. 88 pt. ii. p. 571 ; his brother Edward was Dean of
Jersey 1802 ; Life of W. W. Phelps i. 220.

Charles Marshall (s. Rev. John, master of Exeter sch.), b. Exeter,
bap. 24 Aug. 1770, M. 23 Oct. 1788, Reynolds exhibitioner 17B9;
Petr. 1793, vac. by m. 26 Oct. 1797 Ann y. d. of W. Speke preb. of
Wells, and niece to the dowager Countess of Guildford, she d. Lyme
Regis II Mch 1858 age 86; B.A. 6 June 1792, ]\LA. 26 Nov. 1795,
R. of Lawhitton, Cornwall 1798, built the parsonage 1801, d. there
24 July 1826; Gent. ALag. 96 pt. ii. p. 1806, Coll. Corn. 534.

John Haydon Cardew (s. Cornelius, D.D.), b. Truro 16 Feb. 1773,



1794] REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE. i6r

M. 25 Mch 1790, Eliot exhibilioner ; Corn. 1794, res. 6 June 1797
having been instit. to R. of Curry Mallet, Som. ; V. of Salcombe-
Regis, Devon 1813; B.A. 4 INIch 1794, M.A. i June 1797, B.D.
12 May 1813, d. Curry Mallet 8 Nov. 1853; m. Liskeard 4 Sep.
1798 Anne Pallet, she d. 14 Jan. 1851 age 72; Bibl. Corn. 55;
Polwhele v. 64.

Stephen Peter Rigaud (s. Stephen, Observer to the King at Kew,
by Mary Triboudet Demainbray, half-sister of the fellow of 1778),
b. Richmond 12 Aug. 1774, M. 15 Ap. 1791, Petr. 1794, res. 29 Dec.
1 8 10 on becoming Savilian Professor of Geometry; Observer at Kew
1814-27; B.A. 9 Nov. 1797, M.A. 21 Nov. 1799, Public E.xaminer
1801-2, 1804-5, 1825, Proctor 1810 but resigned his office to Prust ;
Savilian Professor of Astronomy 1827, Delegate of the Press 1824,
of Accounts 1825, Radcliffe Observer 1827, F.R.S. (Vice-President
1837-8); d. 16 INIch 1839 at ]Mr. Vulliamy's house in Pall Mall, bur.
in churchyard of S. James', Piccadilly; printed Bradley s Works 1831,
Harriot's Papers 1833, Ihe Arenarius of Archimedes 1837, Notices
concerning Newton's Principia 1838; selected and transcribed the
contents of Correspondence of Scientific Men, 1706-41, 2 vols. 1841,
but only saw the first volume through the press, the second being
edited by his son (see 1838); m. 8 June 1815 Christian Walker i d.
of Gibbes Walter Jordan, colonial agent for Barbados, she d. 1827;
Gent. Mag. 1839 xi. 542-43, Agnew's Protestant Exiles frotn France,
Index volume p. 235; Stephen Peter Rigaud, a memoir by his son
f. Rigaud felloiv of Magdalen, O.xford 1883. A silhouette of him is
in the Common Room.

Thomas Hockin Kingdon (5 s. John, Fellow 1760), b. Bridgerule
I Feb. and bap. 3 Ap. 1775, ed. Kilkhampton, M. 6 June 1791, Dev.
1794, vac. by m. 24 July 1804 Caroline i d. of Samuel Nicholson of
Ham Common, Surrey, formerly of Finsbury; B.A. 5 July 1797,
M.A. 28 June 1800, B.D. 25 May 1808, succeeded his father at
Bridgerule 1806 and Pyworthy 1808, d. Pyworthy 31 Jan. 1853;
Gent. Mag. 1853 xxxix. 328, N. and Gleanings ii. 177. He resigned
Bridgerule in 1844 in favour of his eldest s. Samuel Nicholson
Kingdon ; for his d. Emmeline INIaria see jMod. Eng. Biog.

Theophilus Barnes (s. Ralph, archdeacon of Totnes), b. the Close,
Exeter, bap. 9 Sep. 1775, M. 25 June 1791, Reynolds exhibitioner;
Dev. 1794, vac. 24 Nov. 1804 on pres. to Castleford, Yorks. by the
Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster; B.A. 6 Feb. 1798, M.A 10
]\Iay 1798. R. of S. Peirock's, Exeter 1800 (under £60 clear), R. of



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Stonegrave in N. Riding 1815-55, preb. of York 6 Ap. 1826, d.
Castleford 9 Feb. 1855 age 79; Gent. Mag. 1855 xliii. 326.

James Kevill (s. Thomas, steward to Lord de Dunstanville), b.
Camborne, M. 19 May 1795 age 17, G. C. 22 June 1795 to 1797,
Corn. 1797, vac. by m. London 5 June 1815 Anne Isabella d. and h.
of Somerset Davis of Croft Castle, Herefs., she d. Bath 27 July 1826 ;
B.A. 2 July 1800, M.A. 29 Ap. 1802, B.D. 17 June 18 13, d. Croft
July 1831 age 52 ; Gent. Mag. ci. pt. 2 p. 377, Coll. Corn. 452.

John Pomeroy Gilbert (s. Rev. Edmund), b. Constantine, Cornwall,
M. 30 June 1795 age 16 as of Bodmin, Corn. 1797, vac. by m. 11 Dec.
1807 Mary d. and h. of Mathew Storm of Ilfracombe, she d. 1829 age
47; B.A. 6 Nov. 1800, M.A. 2 July 1806, V. of S. Wenn 28 Aug.

1 810, preb. of Exeter 25 Nov. 1815, d. at his son's residence, Barn-
staple 29 Sep. 1853; Maclean i. 303, ii. 13; Gent. Mag. 1853 xl.
536, Bibl. Corn. 11 95.

Henry Richards (Fellow 1767), el. Rector 23 July 1797, d. 19
Dec. 1807.

Thomas Blackall (s. Rev. Theophilus, and great-grandson of
Ofspring, bishop of Exeter 1707), b. S. IMary Major, Exeter, M. 28
June 1793 age 17, Petr. 1798, vac. 3 Ap. 18 16 by instit. to V. of
Tardebigg, Worcs. 3 Ap. 18 15, patron the Earl of Plymouth, to whom
he was tutor; B.A. 26 Ap. 1797, M.A. 7 Mch 1800, B.D. 9 May

181 1. His brother John, a celebrated physician in Exeter, d. 10 Jan.
i860, Nat. Biog.

George Stinton (s. Rev. William), b. Barnstaple, M. 4 June 1794
age 18, Petr. 1798, res. 5 Jan. 1809 on coming into property, B..\.
6 Feb. 1798, M.A. 16 July 1803, capt. in Militia 1801, in the 3 W.
York 1804, Major of Armagh 181 1 ; ? of Elston, Notts, d. London

6 Sep. 1 81 8 age 43.

John David Macbnde (o. s. Vice-Adm. John David), b. Plympton
28 June 1778, G. C. 28 Mch 1795 to 3 July 1800, M. 28 Mch
1795 ^S^ 16, Petr. 1800, vac. by m. 19 July 1805 Mary 2 d. of
Sir Joseph Radcliffe ; B.A. 23 May 1799, M.A. 18 Feb. 1802, B.C.L.
21 Nov. 1811, D.C.L. 22 Nov. 1811, Principal Magd. H. 1813-68,
Delegate of the Press 1813, Lord Almoner's professor of Arabic
1813-68, F.S.A. 1805, d. Oxford 24 Jan. 1868; his wife d. 10 Dec.
1862 in her 92 year, both bur. in Holywell cemetery; author; Gent.
Mag. 1868 V. 393-94, Mod. Eng. Biog.

Thomas Melhuish, junior (s. Rev. Thomas), b. Ashwatcr, M.

7 May 1796 age 18, Dev. 1800, vac. In' m. 10 Aug. 1809 Elizabeth



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Walter (N. and Gleanings i. 25); B.A. 25 Feb. 1800, INLA. 26 May
1803, R. of Ashwater 14 Nov. 181 1 (patron); 'Thomas Melhuish
clerk, of Ashwater, widower and Elizabeth Mill widow of Little
Torrington, d. of Robert Hamlyn, married by license 12 July 1848'
(Little Torrington Reg.). He d. 28 Oct. 1861 ; Lysons' Devon 18.

Boughey William Dolling (s. Rev. Robert, of 3 Vine St.,
Westminster Abbey), b. Aldenham, Herts, M. 27 Ap. 1796 age 13,
commoner 17 Aug. 1796 to 27 Dec. 1800, Shi. 1800, vac. by m.
28 July 1806; B.A. 30 Ap. 1800, M.A. 5 July 1805, precentor of



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