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1568, Traps' scholars, four in number, value
£$ 6s. 8d., one by preference to be chosen
from Sandwich School, Kent.

1633, Smith's exhibitioner one, value ,£15.

1640, Hayne's scholars, two in number, value
,£3 per annum : but this never took effect,
perhaps owing to the confusion caused by
the outbreak of the great Civil War.

1688, Marshall's scholars, four in number,
value £6 10s. per annum.

1717, Lord Crewe's exhibitioners, twelve in
number, value £20 per annum.

1 78 1, Hutchins' scholars, three in number.

The foundations of this century are the Tatham
(1847), Radford (185 1 ), and Matthews
(1857), scholarships.




CHAPEL, LINCOLN COLLEGE.— By F. Mackenzie.
From Ackerman.



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LINCOLN COLLEGE.



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LATER HISTORY, 1538-1892.— In the history of a
small community like Lincoln College we see in an
intensified form the bitterness of party strife which
from age to age agitated the nation. In the period of
the Reformation, Henry VIII. to Elizabeth, we find
numerous expulsions of Fellows for religion, and
repeated attempts by the Crown to enforce its own
way of thinking by the appointment, contrary to the
College statutes, of outsiders to the Headship of the
College. In the time of the Stuarts, and especially
just before the Civil War, we find frequent brawls in
College, proceeding even to blows ; and these divi-
sions continue till the expulsion in 1648 by the
Puritans of the Royalists, followed in 1660 by the
expulsion of the intruded Puritans by the Royalists,
and in 1662 the ejection of Nonconformists on ' Black
Bartholomew.' Soon the struggle is renewed; and
in 1683 we have a Fellow expelled because he has
spoken against passive obedience, and contrariwise
in 1685 George Hickes,the most distinguished member
of the College, is out-voted for the headship because
he is an out-and-out advocate of the king's divine
right. And so on throughout the eighteenth century,
when Fellows were expelled because of their refusal
to take the oaths to the House of Hanover, into the
nineteenth, when the late James Bowling Mozley was
passed over for a Fellowship because thought to be a
' Newmanite.'

In the midst of all this domestic strife, Lincoln has
not failed from age to age to rear men eminent in
the pursuits characteristic of the time. A few names
may be cited — Richard Knolles, Fellow 1566- 1572,
whose History of (he Turks (first edition, Lond. 1603),
was a work of rare merit ; William Gifford, Arch-



bishop of Rheims, 1623-29, and Primate of France ;
Robert Sanderson, Fellow 1606- 1619, the acute
logician and casuist ; Sir William Davenant, the
restorer of the drama ; George Hickes, Fellow 1664-
168 1, the pioneer of Northern studies, and a leader of
the Non-jurors ; John Potter, Fellow 1694- 1706,
Greek scholar, and Archbishop of Canterbury ; John
Wesley, Fellow 1726-1751 ; Nathaniel Crewe, Fellow
and Rector, afterwards Bishop of Durham, and John
Radcliffe, Fellow, afterwards the celebrated London
physician, both better known than beloved in their
lifetime, but whose princely benefactions to Oxford
have blotted out the memory of their contemporary
ill-repute ; and, among those whose memory is still
recent, William Jacobson, Bishop of Chester, James
Eraser, Bishop of Manchester, and Mark Pattison.

The College has from first to last been numerically
small. Its relative position, as one of the four least
populous Colleges, has not altered from Elizabeth's
reign to Victoria's. The following are some state-
ments of its numbers : 1552, 26 members in resi-
dence, i.e., the Rector, eleven Fellows, and fourteen
other persons ; 1588, 38 members in residence, i.e ,
the Rector, twelve Fellows, sixteen commoners, nine
servitors; 1605, 54 members in residence; 1612, 100
members, probably not all in residence, i.e., the
Rector, twelve Fellows, sixty commoners, and twenty-
seven battelars ; 1746, 47 members in residence, i.e.,
the Rector, twelve Fellows, eight gentlemen-com-
moners, eighteen commoners, and eight servitors.

An account of the constitution and history of the
College will be found in The Colleges of Oxford
(Methuen, 1891).

Andrew Clark.



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VISITOR.

EDWARD KING, D.D., bishop of Lincoln ; canon of Christ Church 1873-85, where see
page 406.



RECTORS.



1. Chamberleyn, William, M.A., first rector,
nominated 1429, died 7 March, 1433-4.

2. Beke, John B. D., rector 7 May, 1434; vice-chan-
cellor of the University 1450-1-2 ; D.D.

3. Tristrope, John, M.A., rector about 1460;
proctor 1443 ; principal of Glazen Hall in School-
street 1444-57, and of Hawk Hall in Cheyney-lane
1457; D.D.

4. Strangwayes, George, B.D., rector 31 Jan.,
1478-9 ; B.A. 9 June, 1463, fellow circa 1474, proctor
1469 ; buried in St. Michael's church, Northgate,
Oxford, 1488.

5. Bethome, William, D.D., rector 12 Nov., 1488 ;
fellow Lincoln 1474-79, fellow Eton College 1 July,
1482, created D.D. by Dr. James, commissary of
the University 1490 ; died early in 1493.

6. Banke, Thomas, D.D. , rector 15 March, 1492-3,
until his death 10 Aug. , 1503 ; fellow 1477-92 ; buried
in the chancel of All Saints' church, Oxon ; vice-
chancellor of the University 1501-2 ; founded a
chantry at his birth-place, Kippax, in Yorkshire.

7- Drax, Thomas, B.D., rector 22 Aug., 1503, re-
signed 20 Feb., 1518-9; fellow 1502, D.D. 1 July,
1510, vice-chancellor 151 1 ; canon of Lichfield 1504.
See Foster's Alumni Oxonienses 424.



8. Cottisfbrd, John, B.D., rector 2 March, 1518-9,
resigned 7 Jan., 1538-9; B.A. 30 June, 1505, fellow
Lincoln 1509-18, M.A. 4 May, 1510, proctor
1515, D.D. 17 July, 1525, vice-chancellor 1527, one
of the canons of king Henry VIII. , his college about
1532 ; died 1540. See Al. Ox. 332.

9. Weston, Hugh, M.A., rector 8 Jan., 1538-9, re-
signed 13 Aug., 1556; born at Burton Overy, co.
Leicester ; studied at Balliol ; B.A. from Lincoln
18 July, 1530, fellow 1531-39, M.A. 14 Jan., 1532-3,
B.Med, supld. 30 May, 1537, B. D. 2 May, 1539, D.D.
July, 1540, proctor 1537 (incorporated at Cambridge
1554) ; Margaret professor of divinity 1540-8, rector
of St. Nicholas Olave, 1541, of St. Botolph, Bishops-
gate, 1543-58, and of Burton Overy 1547, archdeacon
of Cornwall 1547, and of Colchester 1553, rector of
Islip, Oxon, 1554, and of Cliffe-at-Hoo, Kent, 1554,
dean of Westminster 1553, and of Windsor 1556,
deprived the following year ; died in Fleet-street
8 Dec, 1558, buried in the Savoy. See Al. Ox.
1603.

10. Hargreaves, Christopher, M. A., rector 24 Aug.
1556 ; B.A. (supld. July), 1546, fellow 1548-54
(M.A. ), B.D. supld. 13 Oct., 1556, proctor 1554
died 15 Oct., 1558, buried in All Saints', Oxford.
See Al. Ox. 651.



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11. Heronshaw, Henry, B.D., commonly called
Henshaw, (fellow 1544-52), rector 24 Oct., 1558,
resigned Aug., 1560 ; B.A. 12 July, 1543, M.A.
(supld. July), 1546; fellow Magdalen 1555, B.D.
3 Dec, 1557. See A I. Ox. 694.

12. Babington, Francis, D.D. ; rector Aug., 1560,
resigned about 1563 ; matriculated at Cambridge
Nov. 1544, B.A. from Christ's Coll. 1548-9, fellow
1550-1, M.A. 1552; fellow All Souls', proctor
1557, B.D. 9 July, 1558, D.D. 19 Feb., 1559-60,
vice-chancellor 1560-2, master of Balliol 5 Sept.,
1559, by the queen's visitors, and rector of Lincoln
coll. 1560-3, Margaret professor of divinity Oxford,
1561-2 ; vicar of Aldworth, Berks, 1557, rector of
Adstock and of Sherrington, (both) Bucks, 1557 ;
professed protestant opinions on the accssion of Q.
Elizabeth ; rector of Caythorpe, co. Lincoln, and of
Middleton Keynes, Bucks, 1560, of Twyford, Bucks,
1560-3, and of Holsworthy, Devon, 1562 ; in 1565
he was deprived of his benefices as a concealed
papist. See Al. Ox. 52.

13. Bridgwater, John, M.A. ; rector 14 April, 1563,
deprived 20 July, 1574 ; B.A. Cambridge

supld. 21 Feb., 1554-5, for incorporation; B.A.
13 March, 1554-5; M.A. from Brasenose 20
April, 1556 ; archdeacon of Rochester 1560, deprived
1574, prebendary of Bristol 1563, deprived 1576,
rector of Wootton Courtney 1562, of Luccomb 1563,
and of Porlock, (all) Somerset, 1565, master of the
hospital of St. Katharine, near Bedminster, 1570-4 ;
in 1574 he left all his preferments and went beyond
sea to Rheims and entered himself into the society
of Jesus. See Al. Ox. 182.

14. Tatham, John, M.A. , rector July, 1574; fellow
Merton 1563-76, B.A. 24 March, 1563-4, M.A.
30 Oct. , 1567, proctor 1573; rector of Waterstock,
Oxon, 21 Nov., and buried in All Saints' church,
Oxford, 30 Nov., 1576; inventory at Oxford 17
Dec, 1576. See Al. Ox. 1457.

15. Underhill, John, M.A. , rector 22 June, 1577,
resigned 1590 ; fellow New Coll. 1561-76, from
Oxon, B.A. 11 Dec, 1564, M.A. 3 Nov., 1568;
proctor 1575-6, B. and D.D. 7 July, 1581, supld. for
licence to preach 10 June, 1578, praelector of
moral philosophy 1570, vice-chancellor 1584 ; chap-
lain to the queen, rector of Thornton-in-le-Moors,
Cheshire, 1581, vicar of portion of Brampton, and
rector of Witney, Oxon, 1586, bishop of Oxford
1589, until his death in London 12 May, 1592 ;
buried in Christ Church cathedral. See A I. Ox.
1529-

16. KiVbye, Richard, M.A., rector 10 Dec, 1590.
Lincoln, matric entry under date 20 Dec, 1577,
aged 16, as of co. Leicester, pleb. ; demy Magdalen
1577-2 ; fellow Lincoln 1578-90, B.A. 9 Dec,
1578, M.A. 2 July, 1582, B. and D.D. 7 July, 1596 ;
canon of Lincoln 1601, and regius professor of
Hebrew 1610, until his death ; buried 7 or 17 Nov.,
1620 ; will and inventory at Oxford, 3 Nov. See
Al. Ox. 849.

17. Hood, Paul, B.D., rector 20 Nov., 1620. Balliol,
matric. 19 Nov. , 1602, aged 16, as of co. Leicester,
pleb. ; B.A. 31 Oct., 1606, M.A. 8 Dec, 1609, (incor-
porated at Cambridge 1614); fellow Lincoln 1610-20,
B.D. 13 Dec, 1617, licenced to preach 20 July, 1619,
D.D. 14 Oct., 1623, vice-chancellor 1660; rector of
Broughton Gifford, Wilts, 1621, of Kettesby, co.
Lincoln, 1630, of Eyton, Northants, 1631-49, of
Ickford, Bucks, 1660, canon of Southwell 1661-2 ;
died 2 Aug. , 1668, aged 84, buried in the chancel of
All Saints', Oxford.

18. Crewe, Nathaniel, LL.D. , rector 12 Aug., 1668,
resigned 18 Oct., 1672; 4s. John, baron of Stene.
Lincoln, matric 8 June, 1653, B.A. 1 Feb., 1655-6,
fellow 1656-68, M.A. 29 June, 1658, (incorporated at



Cambridge 1659), proctor 1663, D.C.L. 2 July,
1664 ; a member of Gray's Inn 1652, an associate to
the bench 1663, a member of the Inner Temple
1674 ; rector of Gedney, co. Lincoln, 1668, dean and
chantor of Chichester 1669, and clerk of the closet ;
rector of Witney, Oxon, 1671, bishop of Oxford
1671-4, and of Durham 1674-1722 ; privy councillor
1676, excepted out of the act of pardon of William III.
3rd lord Crewe of Stene (on the death of his brother),
1697, and died 18 Sept., 1721. See Al. Ox. 349.

19. Marshall, Thomas, D.D. , rector 19 Oct., 1672;
s. Thomas, of Barkby, co. Leicester, pleb. Lin-
coln, matric. 23 Oct., 1640, aged 19, scholar 1641-8,
B.A. 21 May (or 9 July), 1645, by request of the
chancellor because he had served 10 months with the
regiment of the earl of Dover ; created B. D. 1 July,
1661, fellow 1668-72, D.D. 28 June, 1669; preacher
to the English merchants at Rotterdam in Holland,
chaplain in ordinary to the king, rector of Bladon,
Oxon, 1670-2, dean of Gloucester 1681, until his
death 19 April, 1685 ; buried in the chancel of All
Saints', Oxford; will at Oxford proved 23 Nov.,
1685. SeeAl. Ox. 975.

20. Adams, Fitzherbert, B.D., rector 2 May, 1685;
s. John, of Charwelton, Northants, arm. Lincoln,
matric. 2 April, 1669, aged 17, B.A. 1672, M.A.
1675, fellow 1672-84, B.D. 1682, D.D. 1685, vice-
chancellor 1695-7 ; rector of Washington, co. Dur-
ham, 1683, and canon of Durham 1685, until his
death 27 June, 1719 ; buried in All Saints' chancel ;
his will proved at Oxford 25 Sept., 1719. See Al.
Ox. 5.

21. Morley, John, D.D., rector 18 July, 1719; s.
H., of Lincoln city, gent. Trinity, matric. 26
Feb., 1685-6, aged 16; migrated to Pembroke,
B.A. 1689; fellow Lincoln 1689-1712, M.A. 1692,
B.D. 1703, D.D. 171 1 ; rector of Scotton, co. Lin-
coln, 1711, until his death 12 June, 1731. See Al.
Ox. 1033.

22. Isham, Euseby, M.A., rector 9 July, 1731 ; s.
Justinian, of Lamport, Northants, baronet. Bal-
liol, matric. 22 Oct., 1716, aged 18, B.A. 1718 ;
fellow Lincoln 1718-30, M.A. 1721, B. and D.D.
1733, vice-chancellor 1744-7 ; rector of Lamport
1730, and Hazelbeach, Northants, 1729, until his
death 17 June, 1755, buried in Lamport church.
See A I. Ox. ii. 732.

23. Hutchins, Richard, D.D., rector 9 July, 1755;
s. John, of Eydon, Northants, cler. All Souls',
matric. 12 July, 1716, aged 18, B.A. 1720 ; fellow
Lincoln 1720-55, M.A. 16 Jan., 1722-3,6.0. 1734,
D.D. 1747; rector of Culworth, Northants, 1765,
until his death 10 Aug., 178 1, buried in the chancel
of All Saints, Oxon. See Al. Ox. ii. 721.

24. Mortimer, Charles, B.D., rector 30 Aug., 1781 ;
s. Timothy, of York city, gent. University
Coll., matric 5 April, 1745, aged 19, B.A. 1748;
fellow Lincoln 1750-83, M.A. 1751, proctor 1755,
B.D. 1759, D.D. 1781 ; died rector 26 Aug., 1784,
buried in the chancel of All Saints, Oxon. See
Al. Ox. ii. 989.

25. Homer, John, B.D., rector 30 Sept., 1784; s.
Laurence, of Oxford city, pleb. Merton, matric.
13 March, 1764, aged 17, B.A. 1768, M.A. 1770 ;
fellow Lincoln 1773-84, B.D. 1778, D.D. 1785; a
priest in ordinary of the Chapel Royal (?7th minor
canon St. Paul's 1773-88) ; died 20 Feb., 1792.

26. Tatham, Edward, D.D. rector 15 March 1792 ; s-
James, of Sedbergh, Yorks, pleb. Queen's, matric-
21 June, 1769, aged 19, B.A. 1772, M.A. 1776; fellow
Lincoln 1781-92, B.D. 1783, D.D. 1787 ; perpetual
curate Twyford, Bucks, 1792, and rector of Whit-
church, Salop, 1829, until his death 24 April, 1834.
See A I. Ox. ii. 1389.



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RECTORS OF LINCOLN COLLEGE.



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27. Radford, John, D.D. , rector 9 May, 1834, born
at Attercliff, Yorks, 1782; s. Thomas, cler. Lincoln,
matric. 26 May, 1800, aged 18, B.A. 1804, fellow
1804-34, M.A. 1807, B.D. 1815, D.D. 1834, tutor
1822, select preacher 1824 ; rector of Twyford,
Bucks, 1834, until his death 21 Oct., 1851. See
Al. Ox. ii. 1 171.

28. Thompson, James, B.D., rector 13 Nov., 1851,
born at Ilkley, Yorks, 1802 ; 2s. James, gent. Lin-
coln, matric. 9 March, 1820, aged 18, scholar 1822-3,
B.A. 1823, fellow 1823-46, M.A. 1826, B.D. 1833,
D.D. 1852; rector of Cublington, 1845-53, an d
of Twyford, (both) Bucks, 1851, until his death 26
Dec, i860. See Al. Ox. ii. 1410.

29. PattiSOIl, Mark, B.D. , rector 25 Jan., 1861, born
at Hornby, Yorks, 1813 ; is. Mark James,
rector of Hawkeswell, Yorks, 1825-65. Oriel,
matric. 5 April, 1832, aged 18, B.A. 1836; fellow
Lincoln 1839-60, M.A. 1840, B.D. 1851, tutor



1842-55 (Honours: — 2 classics 1836, Denyer theolo-
gical essay 1841 and 1842), classical examiner 1848,
9< 53> 4' 7°. Ii delegate of the press, and curator of
the Bodleian library ; died 30 July, 1884 ; author of
" Life of Casaubon," etc. See Al. Ox. ii. 1079.

30. Merry, William Walter, D.D., rector, 1884 ; born
at Evesham, co. Worcester, 6 Sept., 1835; o.s.
Walter, arm. (who was son of William, deputy
secretary war department), from Cheltenham college.
Balliol, matric. 30 Nov., 1852, aged 17, scholar
1852-7, B.A. 1857 ; fellow Lincoln 1859-84,
M.A. 1859, B. and D.D. 1886, tutor 1870-3
(Honours : — 1 classical mods. 1854, 2 classics
1856, 4 natural science 1857, Latin essay 1858),
classical moderator 1863, 4, 9, 70, 1, 4, 7, 82, 3, 4,
select preacher 1878 and 1889, public orator since
1880, Whitehall preacher 1883-4, vicar of All Saints,
Oxford, 1862-84. See A I. Ox. ii. 946, and Men
and Women of the Time,




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FELLOWS.



West, Washbourne, born at Louth, co. Lincoln, 13
Nov., 181 1 ; 2s. Tyson, gent. Lincoln, matric.
13 Feb., 31, aged 20 (from Alford school), scholar
32-5, B.A. 34, M.A. 38, fellow 45, B.D. 50
(Honours : — 3 classics 34), bursar 51-80 ; perpetual
curate Combe Longa, Oxon, 47-52, and of All
Saints, Oxford, 52-62.

Piatt, Hugh Edward Pigott, born at Hampstead,
Middlesex, 21 Feb., 1843 ; 2s. Thomas, arm.
Trinity, matric. 13 Oct., 60, aged 17 (from Tun-
bridge school), scholar 60-5, B.A. 64 ; fellow
Lincoln 68, M.A. 68, proctor 77 (Honours: — 1
classical mods. 62, 1 classics 64) ; bar.-at-law,
Lincoln's Inn, 75. See Foster's Men at the Bar.

Fowler, William Warde, born at Langford Budville,
Somerset, 16 May, 1847 ; 2s. John Coke, stipendiary
magistrate, Swansea. New Coll., matric. 12 Oct.,
66, aged 19 (from Marlborough), scholar Lincoln
66, B.A. 70, fellow 72, M.A. 73, tutor 73, sub-rector
82 (Honours : — 2 classical mods. 68, 1 classics 70),
classical examiner 82 ; author of books on birds.

Clark, Andrew, born at Dollar, Scotland, 5 June,
1856 ; 5s. Robert, gent. Balliol, matric. 20
Oct., 75, aged 19 (from St. Andrew's university) ;
scholar Lincoln 76-9, B.A. 79, fellow 80, M.A. 82,
tutor 83-6, chaplain 84, proctor 89 (Honours: — 1
classical mods. 77, 1 classics 79), classical moderator
83, 4, vicar of All Saints 84-5, and of St. Michael's,
Oxford, 85, editor of ' ' The Register of the University
of Oxford 1571-1622," Wood's Life and Times, etc.

Alexander, Samuel, born at Sydney, Australia, 6
Jan., 1859; 3s. Samuel, arm. Balliol, matric. 28
Jan., 78, aged 18 (from Wesley coll. , Melbourne)
scholar 77, B.A. 81 ; fellow Lincoln 82, M.A. 84
(Honours : — proxime accessit junior mathematical
scholarship 78, 1 mathematical mods. 79, 1 classical
mods. 79, 1 classics 81, Green moral philosophy
prize 87), classical examiner 85, 6, 7, 91, 2.

Gardner, Percy, bom at Hackney 24 Nov., 1846 ; is.
Thomas, gent. , scholar Christ's Coll. , Cambridge,
66 (from City of London school), B.A. 69, M.A. 72,
fellow 72-4 (fellow Lincoln 87, incorporated 21
Oct., 87, aged 40), D.Litt. 83 (Honours : — nth in
classical tripos and 1st in moral science tripos 69,
Whewell international law scholarship 71), Disney
professor of archaeology, Cambridge, 80-7 ; Lincoln
and Merton professor of classical archaeology and
art, Oxford, 87 ; vice-president of the numismatic
society, etc., F.S.A. 81. See Men and Women of
the Time.

Munro, John Arthur Ruskin, born in London,

1864 ; is. Alexander, sculptor, deceased. Exeter,
matric. 18 Oct. , 82, aged 18 (from the Charterhouse),
scholar 82-6, B.A. 86; fellow Lincoln 88, M.A.
89 ; Honours : — 1 classical mods. 83, 1 classics 86.

Edwards, Owen Morgan, born at Llanuwchllyn, Bala,
co. Merioneth, 25 Dec, 1859 ; is. Owen, gent.
Balliol, matric. 15 Oct., 84, aged 23 (from Uni-
versity college, Aberystwith, and Glasgow Univer-
sity), scholar 84, B.A. 88 ; fellow Lincoln 89, M.A.
91 (Honours : — Stanhope essay 86, Lothian essay
87, 1 history 87 ; author of " Tro yn yr Eidal."

Williams, James, born at West Derby, co. Lancaster,
23 March, 1850 ; is. James, arm. Lincoln, matric.
20 Oct., 69, aged 19 (from Liverpool coll.), scholar
69-73, B.A. 74, M.A. and B.C.L. 78, fellow 90
(Honours : — 1 classical mods. 71, 1 classics 73, 3
law 74), in University eight 74 ; of Oakenholt Hall,
Flints, bar.-at-law, Lincoln's Inn, 75. See Foster's
Men at the Bar.



EX-FELLOWS.

Perry, George Gresley, born at Churchill, Somerset,
1821 ; 12s. William, arm. Corpus Christi, matric.
3 March, 37, aged 16, scholar 37-42, B.A. 40;
fellow Lincoln 42-52, M.A. 43. tutor 47-52
(Honours: — 2 classics 40) ; rector ofWaddington
52, canon of Lincoln 61.

Espin, Thomas Espinelle, born at Louth, co.
Lincoln, 1824 ; is. William, gent. Lin-

coln, matric. 30 March, 43, aged 19 (from Louth
school), scholar 43-7, B.A. 46, M.A. 49, fellow 49-54,
tutor 52, B.D. 49, D.D. 80 (Honours: — 1 classics
46, Denyer theological essay 52 and 53) ; select
preacher 64, professor of theology 53, and warden
of Queen's College, Birmingham, 65-73 '• rector of
Hadleigh, Essex, 53-68, of Wallasey, Cheshire, 68-85,
and of Wolsingham, co. Durham, 85, hon canon of
Chester 71, chancellor 73, and chancellor of diocese
of Liverpool 80.

Ogle, Octavius, born at Oxford 2 Feb. , 1829 ; 4s. James
Adey, D.Med. Wadham, matric. 3 July, 46, aged
17, scholar 46-52, B.A. 50; fellow Lincoln 52-9,
M.A. 53, tutor 53-60 (Honours: — 2 classics and
2 mathematics 50, Vinerian law scholarship 50),
classical moderator 54-55, chaplain Warneford
asylum, Oxford, 64 ; a student of Inner Temple 81.

Fowler, Thomas, fellow 55-81 ; president Corpus
Christi 81, where see page 378.

Thackeray, Francis St. John, born in Chelsea, Mid-
dlesex, 13 Dec, 1832 ; is. Francis, cler. Merton,
matric. 16 Oct. 52, aged 19 (from Eton), postmaster
152-6, B.A. 56; fellow Lincoln 57-61, M.A. 59
(Honours : — 1 classical mods. 54, 1 classics and 2
law and history 56), librarian of the Oxford union
society 57 ; assistant master Eton College 58-83 ;
vicar of Mapledurham, Oxon, 83. For list of his
works see Crockford.

Crawford, Donald, born in Edinburgh 1837 ;

is. Alexander, of Aros, Argyleshire, arm. Balliol,
matric. 16 May. 56, aged 19 (from Glasgow univer-
sity), B.A. 60 ; fellow Lincoln 61-82, M.A. 64 (Hon-
ours : — 1 classical mods. 58, 2 classics 60) ; a
Scottish advocate 62, legal secretary to the lord
advocate 80-5, and M.P. Lanarkshire (N. East)
since Dec, 85.

Nettleship, Henry, fellow Lincoln 61-71, and of
Corpus 73, where see page 379.

Bodington, Nathan, born at Witton, co. Warwick,
1848 ; os. Jonathan, arm. Wadham,
matric. n Oct., 67, aged 19 (from Birmingham
school), scholar 67-72, Greek exhibitioner 70-1, B.A.
72, M.A. 74; fellow Lincoln 75-86, tutor 75-81
(Honours: — 1 classics 71); principal of Yorkshire
college of science, Leeds, 82.




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King, John Edward, born at Ash, Somerset, 10 July,
1858 ; is. John Webb, arm. Lincoln, matric. 18
Oct., tj, aged 19 (from Clifton coll. ), scholar 77-
81, B.A. 81, fellow 82-92, M.A. 84, tutor 86-90
(Honours : — 1 classical mods. 79, 2 classics 81) ;
high master Manchester grammer school 91.

Ramsay, William Mitchell, fellow" 85-6, and of Exe-
ter 82-7, where see page 128.

Ashley, William James, born in Bermondsey 25 Feb.,
i860; is. James, of London, gent. St. Edmund
Hall, matric. 19 Oct., 78, aged 18 (from St. Olaves
gr. sen., Southwark), scholar Balliol 78-82, B.A.
81; fellow Lincoln 85-8, M.A. 85 (Honours: —
1 history 81, Lothian essay 82) ; professor of political
economy and constitutional history University of
Toronto 88-92 ; professor of economic history at
Harvard 92.

Spencer, Walter Baldwin, born at Stretford, Lanca-
shire, 23 June, i860 ; is. Reuben, arm. Exlter,
matric. 20 Oct., 81, aged 21 (from Owens college,
Manchester), scholar 81-5, B.A. 84 ; fellow Lincoln
86-7 (Honours : — 1 natural science 84) ; 1 zoology
at London university 80 ; professor of biology Mel-
bourne university 87.

ASSISTANT CLASSICAL TUTOR.

Carter, Reginald, born at Truro, Cornwall, 12 Jan.,
1868 ; is. Richard Henry, gent. Balliol, matric.
19 Oct. , 86, aged 18 (from Clifton coll.), exhibitioner
86, B.A. 91 ; Honours : — 1 classical mods. 88,
proxime accessit Hertford scholarship 87, Greek
prose 89, 2 classics 90.

OTHER RESIDENT MEMBERS OF

CONGREGATION.

Duggan, William Bottoniley, born in London 23 July,
1844. Lincoln, matric. 29 Jan., 64, aged 19 (from



King's coll. school, London, etc.), B.A. 69, M.A. 70
(Honours : — 3 classical mods. 66), librarian 68,
and president of Oxford union society 70, vicar of
St. Paul's Oxford, 71. See also A I. Ox. 2nd series
302.

Johnston, Rev. John Octavius, born at Barnstaple,
Devon, 1 Nov., 1852; 8s. George, cler. Keble,
matric. 19 Oct., 74, aged 21, B.A. 78, M.A. 81
(Honours : — 2 classics 78, 1 theology 79, Greek
testament prize 80) ; chaplain Merton 85, principal
St. Stephen's House, Oxford, 81-4, vicar of All
Saints, Oxford, 85, theology tutor to Non-collegiate
students.

Pascoe, rev. Wellington Renton, born at Philipstown,
Ireland, 25 May, 1856 ; y.s. Thomas, gen. Lincoln,
matric. 19 Jan., 85, aged 28 (from K. Williamstown
gr. sch. , S Africa), B.A. 90, M.A. 91 ; curate of St.
Barnabas, Oxford.

Potts, Thomas Radford, born at Bishopton, near
Stratford-on-Avon, 16 Feb., 1854; 2s. Ralph Henry,
gent. Non-Collegiate, matric. 16 Jan. , 75, aged



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