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hospital of St. Cross, Winchester, 1603, rector of
Stoke Charity, Hants, 1605, archdeacon of Surrey
1605, dean of Worcester 1608, rector of Stanton St.
John, Oxon, 1613, and of Colerne, Wilts, bishop of
Bath and W T ells 1616, until his death 24 May, 1626,
buried in Wells cathedral. See Al. Ox. 869.

20. Pinck, Robert, M.A. and B. Med. , warden 17 July,
1617 ; s. Henry, of Kempshot, Hants. New Coll.,
matric. 14 June, 1594, aged 19, from Southants, pleb ;
fellow 1594-1617, B.A. 27 April, 1598, M.A. 21
Jan., 1601-2, proctor 1610, B.Med, and supld. for
licence to practice medicine 19 Nov. , 1612, B. and
D.D. 26 June, 1619, vice-chancellor 1643, 6, and for
a portion of the years 1642-3 and 1645 ; rector of
Stanton St. John, Oxon, 1620, and of Colerne,
Wilts, 1645 ; died 2 Nov., 1647, buried in the college
chapel. See Al. Ox. 1165.

21. Stringer, Henry, D. D. , warden 19 Nov., 1647,
deprived 1 Aug., 1648, by parliamentary visitors;
fellow New Coll. 1614-42, B.A. 17 Jan., 1617-18,
M.A. 11 Oct., 1621 (incorporated at Cambridge
1627), proctor 1630, B.D. 23 March, 1631-2, licenced
11 July, 1636, created D.D. 1 Nov., 1642, regius
professor of Greek 1625, deprived 1648 ; rector of
Waddesden (3rd portion) 1638 and of Hardwicke,
Bucks, 1641, until sequestered by the Westminster
assembly of divines about 1644 ; buried in the church
of Blackfriars Feb. , 1657. See Al. Ox. 1436.

22. Marshall, George, B.D., warden 25 Jan., 1648-9,
by the parliamentary visitors ; B.A. from St. John's,
Cambridge, 1625-6, M.A. 1629; incorporated and
created B.D. 9 Feb., 1648-9, chaplain to the Oxford
garrison under the parliament, refused to take the
degree of D.D. 12 Jan., 1649-50; died 3 Nov.,
1658, buried in the chapel ; inventory at Oxford 16
March, i65q ; perhaps rector of Toft-next-Newton,
co. Lincoln, 1633-5. See Al. Ox. 974.

23. Woodward, Michael, B. D. , warden 23 Nov.,
1658. New Coll., matric. 9 Nov., 1621, aged 19,
from Salford, Beds, pleb. Fellow 1621-39, B.A. 29
April, 1625, M.A. 29 Jan., 1628-9 (incorporated at
Cambridge 1632), B.D. 23 June, 1637, D.D. 2 Aug.,
1660 ; fellow of Wykeham's coll., Winchester, rector
of Ashe, Surrey, 1642, and of Brightwell, Berks,
1660 ; one of the visitors appointed to settle the
University on the Restoration ; died 16 June, 1675,



buried in the college chapel ; will at Oxford dated
4 June, 1675. See Al. Ox. 1677.

24. Nicholas, John, M.A. ; warden 30 June, 1675,
resigned 1679. New Coll., matric. 2 July, 1658,
doctoris fil ; fellow 1657-67, B.A. 1661, M.A. 14
Jan., 1664-5, B. and D.D. 1675 (incorporated at
Cambridge 1676), vice-chancellor 1677-9 I fellow of
Wykeham's coll., Winchester, and warden 1679-1711,
canon of Sarum 1667, and master of St. Nicholas
hospital, Salisbury, canon of Winchester 1684, until
his death 27 Feb., 1711, buried in the cathedral.

25. Beeston, Henry, LL.D., warden 7 Aug., 1679;
fellow New Coll. 1647-58, B.C.L. 16 May, 1653,
D.C.L. 12 Feb., 1660-1 ; a student of Gray's Inn
1651 (as eldest son of William of Possbrooke,
Hants), headmaster of Winchester college 1658-79,
and preb. of Winchester 1664-95, rector of Over
Wallop 1662 ; died 12 May, 1701. See Al. Ox. 101.

26. Traffles, Richard, D.C.L., warden 3 June, 1701
s. Edward, of Winchester, gent. New Coll.,
matric. 15 Aug., 1665, aged 17; fellow 1665-1701,
B.C.L. 1673, D.C.L. 1685; died 30 June, 1703,
buried in his college chapel. See Al. Ox. n;o2.

27. Brathwait, Thomas, B.C.L., warden 1703,
resigned 1712 ; s. Thomas, rector of Enham, Hants,
1650. Queen's, matric. 16 March, 1679-80/ aged
18; fellow New Coll. 1680-1703, B.C.L. 1687,
D.C.L. 1704, vice-chancellor 1709-11 ; warden of
Wykeham's college, Winchester, 1712-20, rector of
Inkpen, Berks, 1715 ; died 22 July, 1720, buried
in the college at Winchester. See Al. Ox. 172.

28. Cobb, John, B.C.L., warden 12 April, 1712,
resigned 1720 ; s. Thomas, of Adderbury, Oxon,
bart. New Coll., matric. 19 Aug., 1697, aged
19; fellow 1697-1712, B.C.L. 1705, D.C.L. 1712 ;
vicar of Newbottle, Northants, 1709-11, rector of
Albourne, Sussex, 1711-19, canon of Winchester
17 16, rector of Somerton, Oxon, 1719, warden of
Winchester college 1720, until his death 25 Nov.,
1724, buried in the chapel. See Al. Ox. 294.

29. Dobson, John, B.D., warden 23 Aug., 1720,
resigned 1729 ; s. William, rector of Cliddesden,
Hants, D.D. New Coll., matric. 30 May, 1707,
aged 17; fellow 1707-20, B.A. 14 Jan., 1710-11, M.A.
1714, B.D. 15 Feb., 1720-1, D.D. 1724; rector of
Dummer, Hants, 1721, and warden of Winchester
college 1724, until his death 2 Jan., 1729-30, See
A I. Ox., 408.

30. Bigg, Henry, M.A., warden 1 Jan., 1724-5,
resigned 1730 ; s. Lovelace, of Chilton Folliot,
Wilts, gent. New Coll., matric. 22 June, 1710,
aged 19 ; fellow 1710-21, B.A. 1714, M.A. 14 Jan.,
1717-18, B.D. 1725, D.D. 1727; rector of Worting,
Hants, 1724, and of Farnborough, Berks, 1733,
fellow and warden of Winchester college 1730, until
his death 1740. See Al. Ox. 122.

31. Coxed, John, B.C.L., warden 6 Feb., 1729-30,
resigned 1740 ; s. John, rector of Bucknell, Oxon,
1692-1710. New Coll., matric. 17 Feb., 1718-19,
aged 20 ; fellow 1719-29, B.C.L. 1725, D.C.L. 1730 ;
vicar of Chesterton, Oxon, 1728, and of Deptford St.
Nicholas, Kent, 1731-6, warden of Winchester
college 1740, until Lis death 26 May, 1757. See
A I. Ox. ii. 310.

32. Purnell, John, M.A., warden 10 Sept., 1740;
s. John of Wickwar, co. Gloucester, gent. New
Coll., matric. 24 March, 1726-7, aged 19; fellow
1727-40, B.A. 1730, M.A. 1734, B.D. 1742, D.D.
1745, vice-chancellor 1747-50 ; rector of Hinton
Waldrish, Berks, 1743, of Llanfihangel Cwmdu, co.
Brecon, (2nd part) 1754, and of Radclive with
Chackmore, Bucks, 1755, nominated warden of
Winchester 1757, but rejected by the visitor ; died 11
Jan. ,1764. See Al. Ox. ii. 1164.



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33. Hayward, Thomas, B.C.L. , warden 26 Jan.,
1764 ; s. Thomas, of St. Bartholomew, London,
gent. Oriel, matric. 23 Feb., 1748-9; fellow New
Coll. 1750-64, B.C.L. 1758, D.C. L. 1764 ; rector of
Compton Valence, Dorset, 1767, until his death

30 July, 1768 ; will at Oxford proved 20 Aug. fol-
lowing. See Al. Ox. ii. 636.

34. Oglander, John, M.A., warden 19 Aug., 1768 ;
s. John, of Nun well, isle of Wight, baronet. St.
John's, matric. 29 Oct., 1756, aged 19; fellow
New Coll. 1757-68, B.A. 1761, M.A. 1765, B.D.
1770, D.D. 1774; rector of Down St. Mary, Devon,
1763, and of Colerne, Wilts, 1772, canon of Chi-
chester 1768-9; died 13 Jan., 1794. See Al. Ox.
ii. 1037.

35. Gauntlett, Samuel, D.D. , warden 10 Feb., 1794;
s. John, of Winchester city, gent. Trinity, matric.

31 March, 1762, aged 17 ; fellow New Coll. 1763-
77, B.A. 1767, M.A. 1771, B. and D.D. 1794; rector
of Lainston, 1778-1807, vicar of Andover 1778-1788,
vicar of Hursley 1780-1804, and of Portsea (all)
Hants, 1788, and canon of St. Paul's 1819, until his
death 12 Sept., 1822. See A I. Ox. ii. 514.



36. Shuttleworth, Philip Nicholas, D.D., warden 4
Oct. ,1822, resigned 1840; s. Humphrey, vicar of Kirk-
ham, co. Lancaster, 1771-1812; born there 9 Feb.,
1782. New Coll. , matric. 24 Dec, 1800, aged 18
(from Winchester), scholan8oo, B.A. 1806, fellow
1800-22, M.A. 181 1, proctor 1820, tutor 1822, B.
and D.D. 1822 (Honours : — Latin verse 1803) ;
select preacher 1820-4-9-38; rector of Foxley, Wilts,
1824, bishop of Chichester 1840, until his death 7
Jan., 1842. See Al. Ox. ii. 1294.

37. Williams, David, D.C.L., warden 1840 ; born 15
Oct., 1786; s. Daniel, of Lasham, Hants, cler. New
Coll., matric. 15 Oct., 1802, aged 16 (from Win-
chester). B.C.L. 1809, fellow 1802-35, D.C. L.i 824,
select preacher 1841, vice-chancellor 1856-8; 2nd
master •1810-23, ar >d head master of Winchester-
college 1824-35 ! died 22 March, i860. See Al.
Ox. ii. 1560 ; & Gent's Mag. Obituary.

38. Sewell, James Edwards, D.D., warden i860;
born at Newport, isle of Wight, 25 Dec, 1810 ; y.s.
Thomas, gent. New Coll., matric. 4 Dec, 1827,
aged 16, Winchester scholar 1827-9, fellow 1829-
60, B.A. 1832, M.A. 1835, tutor l8 35-5o, D.D.
i860, vice-chancellor 1874-8. See Al. Ox. ii. 1275.



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NEW COLLEGE AND ITS HUNDRED CLERKS. Circa 1463
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George, Rev. Hereford Brooke, born at Walcot, near
Bath, Somerset, 14 Jan., 1838 ; is. Richard Francis,
gent. New Coll., matric. 26 March, 56, aged 18
(from Winchester), fellow 56, B.A. 60, M.A. 62,
tutor 67-70, 79-91 (Honours : — 1 classical mods.
and 1 mathematical mods. 58, 2 classics 59, 2
mathematics 60) ; bar.-at-la\v, Inner Temple, 64.

Dickins, Henry Compton, born at Cherrington, co.
Warwick, 2 Oct., 1838; 5s. William, arm. New
Coll., matric. 21 April, 57, aged 18 (from Win-
chester), fellow 57, B.A. 60, M.A. 64 (Honours :—
2 classical mods. 59, 2 law and history 91) ; tutor
Winchester coll. 6i-8, curate 67-71, and vicar of
Winchester, St. John, 71.

Rowden, Frederick, born at Cuxham, Oxon, 15 July,
1838 ; 6s. Francis, cler. New Coll. , matric. 17
June, 57, aged 18 (from Winchester), fellow 57,
B.A. 60, M.A. 64 ; held various curacies 64-78,
rector of Birchanger, Essex, 78.

Robinson, Walter Croke, born at Stonesfield, Oxon,
4 June, 1839; 3s. Francis, cler. New Coll.,
matric. 23 Jan., 58, aged 18 (from Winchester),
fellow 58, B.A. 61, M.A. 65 (Honours :— 2 classical
mods. 59) ; held various curacies 63-73 ; seceded to
Rome ; chaplain Kensington workhouse.

Robinson, Alfred, born at Liverpool 9 April, 1841 ;
5s. William Fothergill, arm. University Coll.,
matric. 30 May, 60, aged 19 (from Marlborough),
scholar 60-5, B.A. 64; fellow New Coll. 65, M.A.
67, tutor 65-75, precentor 82 (Honours: — proxime
accessit junior mathematical scholarship 62, 1 clas-
sical mods, and 2 mathematical mods. 62, 1 classics
and 1 maths. 64) ; treasurer 62, and president of
Oxford union society 63 and 65, classics examiner
72-3-4, 84-5 ; a member of Hebdomadal council ; a
student of Lincoln's Inn 65.

Prickard, Arthur Octavius, born at Dderw in Llan-
santfraid Cwmdauddwr, co. Radnor, 1843 ;

4s. Thomas, gent. New Coll., matric. 12 Oct., 61,
aged 18 (from Winchester), scholar 61-6, B.A. 65,
fellow 66, M.A. 68, tutor 73-9 (Honours:— 1
classical mods. 63, 3 mathematical mods. 63,
2 classics 65, English essay 66, Latin essay 67);
classical moderator 74-5-6, 80-1, 89-90; bar.-at-law,
Lincoln's Inn, 72. See Foster's Men at the Bar.

Spooner, William Archibald, born in London 22 July,
1844 ; is. William, county court judge. New Coll.,
matric. 18 Oct., 62, aged 18 (from Oswestry school) ;
scholar 62-7, B.A. 67, fellow 67, M.A. 69, tutor 70
(Honours: — 1 classical mods. 64, 1 classics 66),
examiner in classics 76 ; chaplain to archbishop Tait
of Canterbury 80-2.

Courtney, William Leonard, born at Poona, Bombay,
1850 ; 2s. William, Indian c.s. University Coll.,
matric. 17 Oct., 68, aged 18 (from Somersetshire
coll., Bath) ; scholar 68-72, B.A. 72 ; fellow Merton
72-5, M.A. 75 ; fellow New Coll. 76, tutor 79-90
(Honowrs: — 1 classical mods. 70, 1 classics 72),
proctor 84, classics examiner 81, 2, 3, 8, 9 ; for some
years treasurer of University boat club ; hon. LL. D.
St. Andrews.

Milner, Alfred, born at Giessen, Germany, 23 March,
1854; o.s. Charles, D.Med. Balliol, matric.
1 Feb., 73, aged 18 (from King's coll., London),
scholar 72-6, Jenkyns exhibitioner 75-7 ; fellow
New Coll. 76, B.A. 77, M.A. 79 (Honours: —
Hertford scholarship 74, 1 classical mods. 74,
proxime accessit Ireland scholarship 75 and 76, 1
classics 76, Craven scholarship 77, Eldon law and
Derby scholarship 78), treasurer 75 and president of
Oxford union society 76 ; sometime assistant editor
" Pall Mall Gazette," bar.-at-law, Inner Temple, 81,



private secretary to Mr. Goschen, chancellor of the
exchequer 87, financial under secretary for Egypt 89,
chairman of board of inland revenue 92. See
Foster's Men at the Bar.

Moyle, John Baron, born at Chudleigh, Devon, 19
Dec, 1852; 2s. George, cler. New Coll. , matric.
14 Oct., 71, aged 18 (from Winchester); scholar
71-6, B.A. 76, fellow 77, M.A. 78, B.C.L. 79,
D.C.L. 89, tutor 79 (Honours : — 1 classical mods.
73, 1 classics 75), law lecturer Jesus Coll. 83,
examiner in law 84-5-6, treasurer university cricket
club; bar.-at-law, Lincoln's Inn, 81. See Foster's
Men at the Bar.

Hayes, Edward Harold, born at Stockton Heath, co.
Lane, 24 May, 1854 ; o.s. William, vicar. Balliol,
matric. 15 Oct., 73, aged 19 (from Eton) ; B.A. 78 ;
fellow New Coll. 78, M.A. 80, tutor 82 (Honours:
— junior mathematical scholarship 75, 1 mathematical
mods. 75, 1 mathematics 77, 1 natural science 78,
proxime accessit senior mathematical scholarship
79), natural science examiner 83-4-5, mathematical
moderator 88-9.

Margoliouth, David Samuel, born in London 17
Oct., 1858; o.s. Ezekiel, gent. New Coll.,
matric. 13 Oct., 77, aged 18 (from Winchester),
scholar 77-81, B.A. 80, fellow 81, M.A. 84, tutor
84-90 (Honours : — Hertford and Ireland scholar-
ships 78, 1 classical mods. 78, Greek prose 79,
Hebrew scholarship 79, 82, 87, Syriac prize 80, 1
classics 8o, Boden Sanskrit scholarship 81, Craven
scholarship 81, Derby scholarship 82), Laudian pro-
fessor of Arabic 89. See Men and Women of the
Time.

Matheson, Percy Ewing, born at Nottingham 23
Jan., 1859; 3s. James, B. A., independent minister.
Balliol, matric. 17 Oct., 77, aged 18 (from city of
London school), scholar 76-81, B.A. 81 ; fellow
New Coll. 81, M.A. 84, tutor 85, dean 90
(Honours: — 1 classical mods. 78, 1 classics 81),
classics lecturer University Coll. 83-4 ; secretary to
the delegacy for the examination of schools 87.

Pritchard, Charles, born in London ; 4s. William,
gent. ; scholar St. John's, Cambridge, 1829 (from
Merchant Taylors' school), B.A. 30, fellow 32-5,
M.A. 33 (Honours : — 4th wrangler, 30), hon. fellow
86, Hulsean lecturer 67, and select preacher Cam-
bridge, 75 ; incorporated from New Coll. 7 March,
70, aged 62 ; fellow 83, M.A. by decree 11 March,
70, B. and D. D. 80 ; Savilian professor of as-
tronomy 70, F.R.S. 40, F.G.S. .gold medallist royal
astronomical society 86, royal medal R.S. 92. See
Men and Women 0/ the Titne.

Sylvester, James Joseph, born in London 3 Sept.,
1814 ; 6s. Abraham Joseph, gent. ; 2nd wrangler
St. John's, Cambridge, 37(from Univ. coll. , London,
and royal institution, Liverpool), B.A. and M.A. 72,
hon. fellow 80, hon. D.Sc. 90 ; hon. D.C.L., Oxford,
9 June, 80, fellow New Coll. 83, M.A. by decree 5
Feb., 84, Savilian professor of geometry 83 (pre-
viously of mathematics at royal military academy,
Woolwich, and Johns Hopkins University, Balti-
more), hon. LL.D. Dublin and Edinburgh, F.R.S.
London and Edinburgh, hon. member of royal Irish
academy; foreign member of imperial, royal, and
national academies of sciences of Vienna, Rome,
Naples, Gottingen, Washington, etc., corresponding
member of imperial and royal academies of sciences
of Berlin, St. Petersburg, etc. ; royal medallist 6i,
Copley medallist 80, royal society, De Morgan
medallist of London mathl. soc. 87 ; Officer of
legion of honour 90 ; for many years editor of



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FELLOWS OF NEW COLLEGE.



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Cambridge Quarterly Journal, and subsequently of
American Journal of pure and applied mathematics;
corresponding member of the Institute of France.
See Men and Women of the Time.
Cmickshank. rev. Alfred Hamilton, bornatClapham,
Surrey, 18 March, 1862; o.s. George, gent. New
Coll., matric. 9 Dec, 81, aged 19 (from Win-
chester), scholar 81-5, B.A. 85, fellow 85, M.A. 88,
tutor 80-91 THON'OURS : — 1 classical mods. 82, Hert-
ford scholarship 83 (accessit 82), accessit Ireland
scholarship 84, 1 classics 85], librarian of the Oxford
union society 85 ; assistant master Harrow school

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Northcote, George Russell, born at Monk Okehamp-
ton, Devon, 10 Oct., 1863; 8s. Henry Moubray, of
Temple Hill, Devon, cler. NEW Coll., matric.
14 Oct., 82, aged 19 (from Winchester), scholar
82-6, B.A. 86, fellow 86, M.A. 89 [Honours :—
1 classical mods. 83, Hertford scholarship 84 (acces-
sit 83), Ireland scholarship 85, 1 classics 86, Derbv
scholarship 87, Eldon law scholarship 88]; bar.-at-
law, Lincoln's Inn, 91.

Bourne, Gilbert Charles, born at Bromsgrove, 5 July,
1861 ; is. col. Robert, of Cowarne Court, co.
Hereford, J.P., d.l. New Coll, matric. 15 Oct.,
81, aged 20 (from Eton), B A. 85, fellow 87, M.A.
88 (Honours : — 1 natural science 85) ; in the
University eight 82-83.

Murray, George Gilbert Aime. born at Sydney,
Australia, 2 Jan., 1866 ; 3s. sir Terence Aubrey, knt.
St. John's, matric. 11 Oct., 84, aged 18 (from
Merchant Tavlors' school), scholar 84, B.A. 88 ;
fellow New Coll. 88, M.A. 91 (Honours :— Hert-
ford and Ireland scholarship 85, 1 classical mods.
85, Latin verse 86, Greek verse 86, and prose 87,
( 'raven scholarship 86, 1 classics 88, Derby scholar-



ship 89) ; professor of Greek in the University of
Glasgow 89.

Fisher, Herbert Albert Laurens, born in London
21 March, 1865; is. Herbert William, vice-warden
of the Stannaries and late student of Christ Church.
New Coll., matric. 28 Oct., 84, aged 19 (from
Winchester), scholar 83-8, fellow 88, M.A. 91, tutor ;
Honours : — 1 classical mods. 86, 1 classics 88.

White, rev. Henrv Alcock, born in London 15 Oct. ,
1864 ; is. Henry Master, late fellow of New Coll.,
archdeacon of Grahamstown. New Coll. , matric.
12 Oct., 83, aged 18 (from King's College school,
London), B.A. 87, fellow 89, M.A. 90; Honours:
— 1 classical mods. 84. Greek testament prize 86, 1
classics 87, 1 theology 88, Hebrew scholarship 91.

Bosanquet, William Cecil, born at Whiligh, Sussex,
12 Oct.. 1866 ; is. George Stanley, vice-admiral r.n.
New Coll., matric. 16 Oct., 85, aged 19 (from
Eton), B.A. 89. fellow 00. M.A. 92; Honours:—
1 classical mods. 87, 1 classics 89.

Joseph, Horace William Brindley, born at Chatham,
Kent, 28 Sept., 1867; 2s. Alexander, cler. New
Coll., matric. 15 Oct., 86, aged 19 (from Win-
chester I, scholar 85-91, B.A. 90, fellow 91; Honours:
— 1 classical mods. 88, Greek testament prize 89, x
classics 90. Arnold essay 91.

St. Hill, Edward Ashton, born at Wellington, New
Zealand, 2 Feb., 1867; 4s. Henry Woodford, cler.
Trinity, matric. n Oct., 86, aged 19 (from Bath
college), scholar 85. B.A. 00; fellow New Coll.
91 ; Honours : — accessit Hertford scholarship 87,
1 classical mods. 88, 2 classics 90.

Williams, John Fischer, born at Kensington 26 Feb.,
1870; o.s. John, arm. New Coll., matric. 12
Oct., 88, aged 18 (from Harrow), scholar 87, fellow
C2 ; Honours : — 1 classical mods. 90, 1 classics 92.




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Tremenheere, Hugh Seymour, C.B., bom in Gloucester
city 22 Jan., 1804 ; is. Walter, general in the army,
k.h. New Coll., matric. 30 Jan., 24, aged 19
(from Winchester), fellow 24-56, B.A. 27, M.A. 32 ;
of Tremenheere, Cornwall; bar.-at-law, Inner
Temple, 34, C. B. 5 Aug., 71, sometime commis-
sioner of factories and agriculture.

Heathcote, Gilbert Wall, bom in Winchester 5 May,
1806 ; is. Gilbert, archdeacon of Winchester.
New Coll., matric. 13 Aug., 24, aged 18 (fro.n
Winchester), fellow 24-38, B.C.L. 32, M.A. 65,
fellow of Winchester coll. 38, vicar of Hursley,
Hants, 30-6, and rector of Ash, Surrey, 38-83.

Young, Newton Barton, born 9 Feb., 1808 ; 2s. Allen
Edward, of Orlingbury, Northants, arm. New
Coll., matric. 10 March, 27, aged 19 (from
Winchester), fellow 25-52, B.A. 30, M.A. 34, rector
of Tilbrook, Beds, 55.

Hughes, James Roydon, born in SL Andrews, London,
9 March, 1810; is. Thomas Bridges, arm. New
Coll., matric. 27 Nov., 27, aged 17 (from Win-
chester), fellow 27-43, B.A. 31, M.A. 36; select
preacher 45-56, canon of Chichester 41, rector of
Newnton Longville, Bucks, 43-74, and of Long
Ditton, Surrey, 74-89.

Wither, William Henry Walter Bigg, bom at Wymer-
ing, Hants, 9 Nov. , 1809 ; 3s. Ha ris Bigg, arm.
New Coll., matric. 26 April, 28, raged 18 (from
Winchester), fellow 28-71, B.C.L, 35, M.A 56;
curate of Otterbourae, Hants, 33-70, rector of Hard-
wicke, Bucks, 70.



Brereton, Charles, born at Bedford 5 April, 1814;
as. John, DC. L, and head master Bedford gr.
school. New Coll., matric. 29 Dec., 32, aged
18 {from Winchester 27-32), fellow 32-40, B.C.L. 41 ;
curate-in-charge 48, and rector of Bedford St. Mary
69, hon. canon Ely 78.

Huntingford, George William, born at Kempsford,
co. Gloucester, 18 OcL, 1815 ; s. Thomas, rector of
Weston-under-Penyard, co. Hereford, 31-55. New
Coll., matric. 21 Jan., 33. aged 17 (from Win-
chester), fellow 33-50, B.A. 37, M.A. 40; a master
of Winchester college 38-47, vicar of Littlemore,
Oxon, 51-72, and rector of Barnwell St. Andrew,
Northants, 72.

May, Henry Thomas, born at Breamore, Hants, 9
Dec, 1814; only son of Thomas Charles, rector
1797-1837. New Coll., matric. 8 Oct., 38,
aged 18 (from Winchester), fellow 33-51, B.A. 38,
M.A. 42, proctor 49 ; perpetual curate Milton
Portsea, 47-9, vicar of South Petherwin, Cornwall,

Cripps, Henry William, bom March, 1815 ; is.
Henry, vicar of Stonehouse, co. Gloucester. New
Coll., matric. 6 Feb., 34 (from Winchester), fellow
34-45, B.A. 37, M.A 42, law and history examiner
55-56 ; president Oxford union society 37 ; of Beech-
wood, Bucks ; bar.-at-law, Middle Temple, 40,
Q.C. 66. bencher 66, recorder of Lichfield 52, chan-
cellor diocese of Oxford 83 ; chairman of the quarter
i and county council of Bucks.



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Price, John, born at Wroughton, Wilts, 8 Dec, 1811,
7s. Aubrey Charles, cler. New Coll., matric.

5 Nov., 34, aged 22 (from Winchester), fellow 34-45,
B.A. 39; bi other of Aubrey Charles.

Upton, William Judd, born in London 16 Jan., 1818 ;
4s. James, gent. New Coll., matric. 8 April, 35,
aged 17 (from Winchester), fellow 35-47. B.A. 39,
M.A. 43 (Honours : — 3 classics 38) ; a student of
the Inner Temple 39 ; perpetual curate Greasborough,
Yorks, 50-6, rector of Fletton, Hunts, 56-87.

Bathurst, Robert Andrew, born in London 22 Jan.,
1817; 2s. lieut. -general sir James, kt. New Coll.
matric. 19 Nov., 35, aged 18 (from Winchester),
fellow 35-52, B.A. 39, M.A. 43 (Honours: — hon. 4
classics 39), in university eleven 36, 38, 39 ; rector of
Birchanger, Essex, 51-64, vicar of Brockworth 64-71,
and rector of Matson (both) co. Gloucester, 71-5.
See Foster's Peerage.

Lee, Rev. Godfrey Bolles, born at Coldrey, Hants, 19
March, 1817 ; 7s. Robert Newton, d.l. New
Coll., matric. 2 Jan., 36, aged 18 (from Win-
chester), fellow 36-61, B.A. 39. M.A. 44, in Univer-
sity eleven 38, 39 ; warden of Winchester college 61.

Clarke, Charles Leopold Stanley, born at Leatherhead,
Surrey, 17 Oct., 1817 ; 8s. William Stanley, arm.
Christ Church, matric. 20 Oct. , 36, aged 19 (from
Winchester), fellow New Coll. 37-49, B.C.L. 44 ;
vicar of Lodsworth 46-76, and rector of Bexhill
(both) Sussex 76-89, Wykeham prebendary of Chi-
chester 58.

Rich, Edward John William Henry, born at Shinfield,
Berks, 24 April, 1816 ; is. Charles L. Henry Pye,
arm. New Coll., matric. 4 Dec, 37, aged 21
(from Winchester), fellow 37-51, B.A. 41, M A. 45 ;
of Carbrook Hall, Norfolk, sometime curate of
Hardwick, Bucks.

Htmtingford, Edward, born at Kempsford, co.
Gloucester, 5 April, 1820 ; 3s. Thomas, rector of
Weston-under-Penyard, co. Hereford, 31-55. New
Coll., matric 20 March, 38, aged 17 (from Win-
chester), fellow 38-48, B.C.L. 45, D.C.L. 53; head-
master of Eagle house school at Hammersmith and
Wimbledon 48-75, vicar of Valley End, Surrey,
76-89, hon. canon of Winchester 90.

Coker, John, born at Cheltenham 28 July, 1821 ; 2s.
Thomas Lewis, of Bicester House, Oxon, arm. New
Coll., matric 27 July, 39, aged 17 (from Win-
chester), fellow 39-56, B.A. 43, M.A. 47 ; in
University eleven 40, 2, 3, 4 ; rector of Tingewick,
Bucks, 55.

Barter, Charles, born at Sarsden, Oxon, 18 July,
1820; is. Charles, rector of Sarsden 1817-68. New
Coll., matric 19 Oct., 39, aged 19 (from Win-
chester), fellow 39-53, B.C.L. 49 (Honours: —
classics 43) ; a student of the Inner Temple 44,
resident magistrate at Maritzburg.

Selwyn, Sydney George, born at Kilmington, Somer-
set, 16 Feb., 1821 ; 3s. Townshend, rector of Kil-
mington, 37-53. New Coll., matric 18 Sept.,
1839, aged 18 (from Winchester), fellow 39-54,
B.A. 45, M.A. 48 (Honours: — 4 classics 44);
vicar of Milton Clevedon, co. Gloucester, 53, pre-



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