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42-8, M.A. 45 ; vicar (and patron) of Finedon 48.

Pretyman, Frederick, born at Lincoln 21 Oct., 1819 ;
2s. George Thomas, cler. , chancellor of Lincoln
cathedral. Balliol, matric. 28 March, 38, aged 18
(from Winchester) ; demy Magdalen 39-42
B.A. 41, fellow 42-58, M.A. 44, B. D. 52; rector of
Great Carlton, co. Lincoln, 50-91, and canon of
Lincoln 73.

Adams, Henry Cadwallader, born in London 4 Nov.,
1817 ; 3s. John, serjeant-at-law. Balliol, matric.
30 Nov., 35, aged 18 ('rom Westminster and Win-
chester) ; demy Magdalen 36-43, B.A. 40, M.A.
42, fellow 43-52 (Honours : — 2 classics 40) ; curate
of Bromley College 55-68, vicar of Dry Sandford,
Berks, 67-78, and of Old Shoreham, Sussex, 78.
For list of his writings see Crockford.

HoskynS, sir John Leigh, bart. , born at Cheltenham,
co. Gloucester, 4 Feb., 1817; 3s. Hungerford, bart.
Balliol, matric. 10 April 35, aged 18 (from
Rugby); demy Magdalen 37-43, B.A. 39, M.A.
41, fellow 43-5 (Honours: — 2 classics 39), hon.
canon Christ Church, 80; rector of Aston Tirrold,
Berks, 45.

Dearie, Francis Hugh, born at Sunninghill, Berks, 6
Dec, 1819; is. John, arm. Magdalen Hall,



matric. 22 Nov., 38, aged 18 (from Rugby), B.A.
42; fellow Magdalen Coll., 43-54, M.A. 45,
B. D. 52 ; perpetual curate Lower Beeding, Sussex,
55-61, curate 61-4, and rector of Stainton-le-Vale, co.
Lincoln, 61-4, rector of Horsington, co. Lincoln,
71-87, and of South Kilworth, co. Leicester, 87.

Henderson, William George, born at Harbridge,
Hants, 25 June, 1819 ; is. George, arm. Wad-
ham, matric. 30 June, 36, aged 17 (from Bruton
school); demy Magdalen 36-46, B.A. 40, M.A.
43, fellow 46-52, proctor 50, D.C.L. 53, D.D. 82
(Honours : — Latin verse 39, 1 classics and 2 mathe-
matics 40, Latin essay 42, Ellerton theological essay
43), master Magdalen coll. school 44 6 ; tutor at
Durham university 46-52, and principal of Hatfield
Hall 51-2, principal Victoria coll., Jersey, 52-62,
headmaster Leeds gr. school 62-84, dean of Carlisle 84.

Keble, Thomas, born at Southrop, co. Gloucester, 24
March, 1826 ; is. Thomas, vicar of Bisley, co.
Gloucester, 27-73. Magdalen, matric. 27 July, 42,
aged 16, demy 42-6, B.A. 46, fellow 46-51, M.A. 49
(Honours : — 4 classics 46) ; served various curacies
49-65, perpetual curate Bishopsworth, Somerset,
65-68, and vicar of Bisley, co. Gloucester, 73, and
hon. canon of Gloucester 93.

Barmby, James, born at Melsonby, Yorks, 23 Sept,,
1822 ; is. James, rector 16-52. University Coll.,
matric. 6 May, 41, aged 18 (from Sedbergh school),
scholar 42-6, B.A. 45 ; fellow Magdalen 46-59,
M.A. 47, B.D. 55 (Honours: — 2 classics and 1
mathematics 45) ; of Durham university ad eundem
59, and principal of Hatfield Hall, tutor and divinity
lecturer 59-76 ; vicar of Pittington, co. Durham, 75.

Rice, John Morland, born at Godmersham, Kent, 31
Jan., 1823; 3s. Edward Royd, arm. Merton,
matric. 9 July, 42, aged 19 (from Eton), postmaster
42-6 ; demy MAGDALEN 46-7, B.A. 47, fellow 47-64,
M.A. 49, B.D. 56 (Honours: — 4 classics 46) ; per-
petual curate Wye. Kent, 54-8, rector of Boyton,
Wilts, 60-1, and of Bramber, Sussex, 64.

Ingilby, sir Henry Day, bart., born at West Keale,
co. Lincoln, 12 April, 1826 ; is. Henry John, clerk
and bart. Trinity, matric. 25 May, 44, aged 17;
(from school), demy Magdalen 47-8, B.A.

48, M.A. 51, fellow 48-55 (Honours: — 4 mathe
matics 48) ; 2nd bart., high sheriff Yorkshire 82.

Armitage, Edward, born at Kirby Wiske, Yorks, 17
May, 1822 ; 2s. John Leathley, arm. University
Coll., matric. 6 May, 41, aged 18 (from Rugby),
scholar 42-8, B.A. 45; fellow Magdalen 48-56,
M.A. 48 (Honours:— 3 classics 44); rector of
Croscombe, Dorset, 58-69.

Knight, John Walker, born at Overstone, Northants,
20 May, 1827 ; 2s. Robert Hervey, rector of Weston
Favell, Northants, 42-56. Magdalen, matric. 26
July, 45, aged 18 (from Magdalen coll. school),
chorister 35-44, demy 45-9, B.A. 49, fellow 49-66,
M.A. 52 (Honours : — 2 classics 49) ; vicar of
Washington, Sussex, 65.

Harris, Henry, born at Rugby 12 Oct., 1818 ; 5s.
George, arm. Oriel, matric. 23 Feb., 37, aged 18
(from Rugby school), demy Magdalen 37-50, B.A.
41, M.A. 43, fellow 50-8, B.D, 53, tutor 54
(Honours: — 2 classics 41), select preacher 73-4;
perpetual curate Horspath, Oxon, 53-8, rector of
Winterbourne Basset, Wilts, 58.

Cree, John Adams, born at Brodsworth, Yorks,

1825; 2s. Thomas, arm. University Coll.,
matric. 20 March, 43, aged 18 (from King's coll.,
London), scholar 45-51, B.A. 47, M.A. 49 ; fellow
Magdalen 52-8, B.D. 56 (Honours: — 2 classics
and 1 mathematics 47) ; served various curacies 48-
67, vicar of Great Marlow, Bucks, 67-81, and of
Sunningdale, Berks, 84.



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Fell, George Hunter, born at Henley-on-Thames 7
Nov., 1820; is. Hunter Francis, rector of Oulton,
Suffolk, 51, etc. Lincoln, matric. 6Dec. , 38,agedi8
(from Islington school), Crewe exhibitioner 38-40 ;
demy MAGDALEN 40-53, B.A. 43, M.A. 45,
fellow 53-61, B.D. 55, D.U. 58; rector of Horsing-
ton, co. Lincoln, 55-6, vicar of East Worldham
61, and of West Worldham, Hants, 74.

Millard, James Elwin, born at Norwich 18 May,
1823; 3s. William Salter, gent. Magdalen, matric.
18 Jan., 42, aged 14 (from Magdalen coll. school),
chorister 34-41, demy 42-53, B.A. 45, college school-
master 46-64, M.A. 48, fellow 53-65, B.D. 55, D.D.
59 (Honours : — 3 classics 45) ; hon. fellow St.
Michael's coll., Tenbury, 62, vicar of Basingstoke,
Hants, 64-90, hon. canon of Winchester 82.

Pott, Alfred, born at Norwood, Surrey, 30 Sept.,
1822 ; 2s. Charles, of Southwark, arm. Balliol,
matric. 15 Dec, 40, aged 18 (from Eton), demy
Magdalen 43-53, B.A. 44, M.A. 47, fellow 53-5,
B.D. 54 (Honours : — 2 classics 44, theological
scholarship 45), treasurer 44, president and librarian
Oxford union society 45, hon. canon of Christ
Church 58 ; vicar of Cuddesden and principal of
Cuddesden coll. 52-7, rector of East Hendred 57-69,
vicar of Abingdon 69-75, archdeacon of Berks 69,
vicar of Sonning, Berks, 82.

Hessey, Robert Falkner, born in London 23 Nov.,
1827 ; 3s. James Augustus, gent. Magdalen,
matric. 26 July, 44, aged 17 (from Hampstead and
Kensington schools; etc.), demy 44-53, B.A. 48,
M.A. 51, fellow 53-64, tutor 53-64 (Honours:
— accessit Hertford scholarship 46, Latin verse 48,
1 classics 48) ; vicar of Basing, Hants, 64.

Welby, Montague Earle, born at Stroxton, co. Lin-
coln, 17 Dec, 1827 ; 4s. John Earle, rector of
Stroxton, etc. Magdalen, matric. 25 July, 46,
aged 18 (from Eton), demy 46-53, B.A. 50, fellow
53-7, M.A. 53 ; served various perpetual curacies 51-
73, vicar of Llanlleonfel 73-4, of Eglwys-oen-Duw
74-84, rector of Gileston, co. Glamorgan, 84-7, vicar
of Cwmbach-Llechryd 87.

Sedgwick, John, born at Wimbledon, Surrey, 24
April, 1823; o.s. John, arm. Christ Church,
matric. 26 May, 41, aged 18 (from Brackley school),
Fell exhibitioner 42 ; demy Magdalen 44-54, B.A.
46, M.A. 48, fellow 54-62, B.D. 55, D.D. 59
(Honours: — 4 classics 45); chaplain High Legh,
Cheshire, 58-62, rector of Great Houghton, North-
ants, 62-72, of Stoke Climsland, Cornwall, 72-6, and
of Birdbrook, Essex, 76.

Cholmeley, Charles Humphrey, born at Waynflete,
co. Lincoln, 1 April, 1829 ; 8s. Robert, rector of
Waynflete. Magdalen, matric. 25 July, 46, aged
17 (from school), demy 46-55, B.A. 51, M.A.

53, fellow 55-60, proctor 68 (Honours : — 4 classics
51); perpetual curate Horspath, Oxon, 58-9, rector
of Sherborne St. Johns, Hants, 64-5, vicar of Dinton,
Wilts, 68-85, canon of Sarum 82, rector of Beacons-
field, Bucks, 85.

"Walker, Richard Zouche, born at Camberwell, Surrey,
1 Sept., 1829; 3s. John Fortye, cler. Magdalen,
matric. 25 July, 46, aged 17 (from Magdalen college
school), chorister 35-46, demy 46-56, B.A. 50, M.A.
53, fellow 56-62 ; curate of Sparsholt and Kingston
Lisle, Berks, 53-62, rector of Boyton, Wilts, 61.

Deane, Charles Henry, born at Reading, Berks, 20
Oct. , 1832 ; 2s. Robert Micklem, arm. Magdalen,
matric. 25 July, 50, aged 17 (from Rugby), demy
50-5, B.A. 55, fellow 55-63, M.A. 57 (Honours : —
(4 law and history 54) ; incumbent of West Tisted,
Hants, 61-3 ; chaplain Madras 63-84, vicar of
Willoughby, co. Warwick, 85.

Ridding, Charles Henry, born at Winchester 26 Nov.,
1825 ; is. Charles, vicar of Andover, Hants, 35-71.



Trinity, matric 14 Nov., 44, aged 18 (from Win-
chester college) ; demy Magdalen 47-56, B.A. 48,
M.A. 51, fellow 56-66, in University eleven 45, 6, 7,
8, 9 ; rector of Slimbi idge, co. Gloucester, 65.

Thorold, rev. Edmund, born at Blyth, Notts, 8 or 22
Sept., 1832; 2s. Michael Wynne, gent. Worcester,
matric. 20 March, 52, aged 19 (from school) ;

demy Magdalen 55-7, B.A. 56, fellow 57-9, M.A.
59 ; Honours : — 1 classical mods. 54, 3 classics 56.
See Foster's Baronetage.

Cliolmeley, James, born at Waynflete, co. Lincoln,
29 Jan., 1833; 9s. Robert, rector of Waynflete;
scholar Emanuel Coll., Cambridge, 54 (from
Uppingham), 2nd senior optime 56, B.A. 56, fellow
Magdalen, Oxford, 57-64, incorporated 27 July,
57, aged 24, M.A. 60 ; rector of Swaby, co. Lincoln,
65 ; brother of Charles H. named above.

Pitcairn, David, born at Twickenham, Middlesex,
21 July, 1835; 5s. John, arm. ; scholar Jesus Coll.,
Cambridge, 55 (from Aldenham school), B.A. 58 ;
(Honours : — 6th wrangler 58) ; fellow Magdalen
(Oxon), 59-71, incorporated 28 July, 59, aged 24
M.A. 61 (Honours : — senior mathematical scholar-
ship 61), bar.-at-law, Lincoln's Inn, 63.

SymondS, John Addington, born at Bristol 5 Oct.,
1840 ; is. John Addington, D.Med. Balliol,
matric. 28 May, 58, aged 17 (from Harrow), ex-
hibitioner 59-62, B.A. 62; fellow Magdalen 62-4,
M.A. 65 (Honours: — English verse 60, 1 classical
mods. 60, 1 classics 62, English essay 63) ; a student
of Lincoln's Inn 62, author of works on the Ren-
naissance, etc. ; died at Davos Platzz, Switzerland,
19 April, 93.

Sargent, John Young, fellow Magdalen 1863-5,
and 73-6, fellow Hertford tj, where see page 597.

Payne, Joseph Frank, born in Camberwell, Surrey,
1840 ; 2s. Joseph, gent. Magdalen,
matric. 25 Oct., 58, aged 18 (from University coll.,
Lond. ), demy 58-63, B.A. 62, fellow 63-83, B.Med.
67, D.Med. 80 (Honours : — 2 mathematical mods.
60, 1 natural science 62, Burdett-Coutts scholarship
63, Radcliffe travelling fellowship 65), natural science
examiner 69-70 ; matric. at University of London
56 (from Leatherhead gr. school), prize in chemistry,
2nd in zoology, and 1 in chemistry 61, B Sc 66,
F.r.C.p. London 73 (m. 68), Goulston lecturer
74, senior assistant physician St. Thomas hospital.
For list of his writings see Medical Directory.

"White, Frederick Meadows, born at Lewisham, Kent,
21 Dec, 1829; 2s. John Meadows, gent. Balliol,
matric. 30 Nov. , 48, aged 18 (from Blackheath new
prop, school); demy Magdalen 49-65, BA. 52,
M.A. 55, fellow 65-7, (Honours :— 2 classics
and 3 mathematics 52, Ellerton theological essay
54) ; bar.-at-law, Inner Temple, 53, Q.C -jj, bencher
78, recorder of Canterbury 83. See Foster's Men
at the Bar.

Bernard, Edward Russell, born in London 12 July,
1842 ; is. Thomas Dehany, canon of Wells.
Exeter, matric. 14 Oct., 61, aged 19 (from Har-
row), scholar 60-6, B.A. 66; fellow Magdalen 66-
78, M.A. 68 (Honours: — Hertford scholarship 63,
1 classical mods. 63, 2 classics 65, Craven scholar-
ship 66), examiner in theology 81, 2, 3, select
preacher 89-91 ; vicar of Tarrant Monkton 70-6,
and of Selborne, Hants, 76-89, and preb. of Salisbury
86, canon 89 ; examiner in theology tripos, Cam-
bridge, 87-8, and select preacher 89 and 91.

Millard, Frederick Maule, born at Sprowston, near
Norwich, 7 Nov., 1835 ; 7s. William Salter, mate
r.n. 1802. Magdalen, matric. 27 July, 53, aged 17
(from Magdalen college school), demy 53-67, B.A. 58,
M.A. 60, fellow 67-70 (Honours : — 2 classical mods.
55, 3 classics 57); head master St. Michael's
college, Tenbury, 62-9, rector of Otham, Kent, 69.



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EX-FELLOWS OF MAGDALEN.



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Worsley, Edward, born at Finchley, Middlesex,

, 1844; y.s. Charles, cler. Magdalen, niatric.
1 Feb., 62, aged 18 (from Radley coll.), exhibitioner
6i-6, B.A. 66, fellow 67-72, M.A. 68, 2nd master of
the College school 67-8 (Honours: — 2 classical
mods. 64, 2 classics 66) ; subwarden Radley college
68-71, vicar of Evenley, Northants, 71.

Spooner, Henry Maxwell, born at Elmdon, co.
Warwick, 9 May, 1846; 2s. William, county court
judge. Bali.iol, niatric. 4 April, 64, aged 17 (from
Oswestry school), exhibitioner 64-8 ; fellow MAG-
DALEN 68-76, B.A. 68, M.A. 71 (Honours: —

1 classical mods. 65, 1 classics 68) ; vicar of
Boughton-under-Blean, Kent, 75-87, vicar of Maid-
stone Holy Trinity 87-93, an d °f Saltwood, Hythe,
Kent, 93, one of the examinng chaplains of the
bishop of Rochester 93.

Daman rev. Henry, born in Oxford 21 Sept. , 1842 ;
is. Charles, cler., fellow Oriel 36-42. Magdalen,
matric. 1 Feb., 62, aged 19 (from Eton), demy 61-6,
B.A. 66, M.A. 68, fellow 68-79 (Honours: — junior
mathematical scholarship 63, 1 mathl. mods. 63,

2 classics and 1 maths. 65, senior mathl. scholarship
67) ; assistant master Eton college 69.

Allen, William Dennis, born at Lichfield, co. Stafford,

3 May, 1848 ; is. Mark, gent. MAGDALEN, matric.
19 Oct., 67, aged 19 (from Rugby), demy 67-71,
fellow 71-82, B.A. 72, M.A. 74, classical tutor 73 81
(Honours: — 1 classical mods. 69, 2 classics 71);
rector of Tubney, Berks, 78-81, vicar of Findon,
Sussex, 81.

Moore, William, born at Hordley, Salop, 20 April,
1843 ; 2s. John Walter, rector of Hordley 39.
New Coll., matric. 12 Oct., 61, aged 18 (from
Winchester), scholar 61-6, B.A. 66, M.A. 70; fellow
Magdalen 72-9 (Honours : — 1 classical mods. 63,
Latin verse 64, 2 classics 65) ; rector of Appleton,
Berks, 78.

Terry, Thomas Robert, born at Full Sutton, Yorks,
1849 ; 2s. George Thomas, cler. Minor scholar
Trinity Coll., Cambridge, 68 (from York school),



scholar 69, B.A. 73, M.A. 76 (Honours :— 5th
wrangler 73); scholar Hertford Coll., Oxford,
75-7; migrated to Magdalen 20 Nov., 76, fellow
77-84, incorporated 29 Nov., 77, aged 28, tutor 81-4
(Honours: — junior mathematical scholarship 76,
1 mathl. mods. 77), senior mathl. master Magdalen
College school 78-83, mathl. moderator 82, and
examiner 83, 4, 5, mathl. lecturer at Brasenose 80-2,
rector of East Ilsley, Berks, 84; F.R. astronomical
society, 81.
Field, rev. Thomas born at Folkestone 9 Nov., 1855 ;
is. Thomas, mere. Corpus Christi, matric. 21
Oct., 73, aged 17 (from Canterbury school), scholar
73-7 ; tellow Magdalen 77-88, B.A. 77, M.A. 80
(Honours: — 1 classics 74, 1 mathematical mods.
75, 1 classics 77) ; alone in 1st class in Latin univer-
sity of London 72 ; assistant master Harrow school
78-86, headmaster King's school, Canterbury, 86,
select preacher at Cambridge, 90.

Hamilton, John Andrew, born at Manchester

i860 ; 2s. Andrew, arm. Balliol, matric.
28 Jan., 78, aged 18 (from Manchester gr. school),
scholar 77-82, B.A. 82 ; fellow Magdalen 82-9,
M.A. 84 (Honours: — 1 classical mods. 79, 1
classics 81), treasurer 81 and president of Oxford
union society 82 ; bar.-at-law, Inner Temple, 83.
See Foster's Men at the Bar.

Balfour, Isaac Bayley, born 31 March, 1853 ; 2s.
John Hutton, D.Med. , professor of botany in Edin-
burgh University 45-79; of Magdalen 17 March,
84, aged 30, fellow 84-8, and M.A. by decree of
convocation 84, Sherardian professor of botany 84 ;
Baxter natural science scholar Edinburgh 73-5,
B.Med, and CM. (honours) 77, D.Med. (Thesis
gold medal) 83, B.Sc. 73, D.Sc. (honours 75),
F.R.S. Edinburgh, F.G.S., F.L. S. , professor of botany
Glasgow 79-84, and Edinburgh 88, F.R.S. 84, Queen's
botanist in Scotland, keeper of the royal botanic
garden, Edinburgh, and regius professor of botany,
Scotland, 88. See Men atid Women of the Time.




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MAGDALEN COLLEGE.



328



PROFESSORS.

Case, Thomas, M.A., Waynflete professor of moral

and metaphysical philosophy. See among the

Fellows.
Odling, William, M.A. , Waynflete professor of

chemistry, fellow Worcester, where see page 573.
Burdon-Sanderson, John Scott, M.A., Waynflete

professor of physiology. See among the Fellows.
Vines, Sydney Howard, M.A. , Sherardian professor

of botany. See among the Fellows.
Elliott, Edwin Bailey, M.A., Waynflete professor of

pure mathematics 92, see among the fellows.

OTHER RESIDENT MEMBERS OF

CONG-REaATION.

Cave, Arthur Wilson, born at Brackley, Northants, 2
Feb., 1857 ; 3s. William, gent. Magdalen,
matric. 16 Oct., 75, aged 18 (from Magdalen college
school), demy 74-9, B.A. 78, M.A. 86 (Honours:
— 1 mathematical mods. 76, accessit junior mathe-
matical scholarship jj, 1 mathematics 78), head-
master Oxford high school 88.

Harvey, Franklin, born at Great Berkhampstead,
Herts, 23 Sept., 1854; 3s. Frederick Burn, rector
of Cheddington, Oxon. Magdalen, matric. 18
Oct., 73, aged 19 (from Winchester), B.A. 77, M.A.
82; Honours : — 2 classical mods. 75, 2 classics jj.

Hudson, rev. Charles Henry Bickerton, born at Wick
St. Laurence, co. Wore, 5 Aug., 1861 ; 3s. Charles
Smith, arm. Magdalen, matric. 19 Oct., 83,
aged 22 (from Cheltenham coll.), B.A. 86, M.A.
90; curate of St. Barnabas, Oxford, 86.

Kent, Albert Frank Stanley, born at Stratford Tony,
Wilts, 26 March, 1863; 6s. George David, cler. ,
deceased. Magdalen, matric. 16 Oct., 82, aged
19 (from Magdalen coll. school), B.A. 86, M.A. 90;
Honours : — 2 physiology 86.

Laing, Charles Miskin, born at Rosherville, London,
8 Feb., 1863 ; o.s. Charles, deceased. Magdalen,
matric. 15 Oct., 81, aged 18, B.A. 85, M.A. and
B.C.L. 88 (Honours :— 3 history 85, 2 law 86, 2
civil law 87) ; bar.-at-law, Inner Temple, 89.



HOME BURSAR.

Bulley, Frederic Pocock, born in Oxford 10 Feb.,
1857 ; is. Frederic, president of Magdalen. MAG-
DALEN, matric. 16 Jan., 75, aged 17 (from
school), B.A. 80, M.A. 82.

SCHOOLMASTER.

Sherwood, William Edward, born at Workington,
Cumberland, 1851 ; is. Thomas, gent.

Christ Church, matric. 14 Oct., 70, aged 19
(from Magdalen college school), a junior student
70-5, B.A. 74, M.A. 77 (Honours:— 1 mathe-
matical mods. 72, 3 mathematics 74), in university
eight 73, 4 ; chaplain Bath college 81, headmaster
Magdalen school 88.

USHER.
Brownrigg, Charles Edward, born at Maryborough,
Ireland, 3 Feb., 1865; 2s. Thomas Marcus, of r.i.
constabulary. Magdalen, matric. 19 Oct., 83,
aged 18 (from Haileybury), exhibitioner 83, B.A. 87,
M.A. 90 (Honours: — 1 classical mods. 85, 2
classics 87) ; usher Magdalen college school.

CHAPLAINS.

Clayton, Rev. Horace Evelyn, M. A., fellows' chaplain,
see Brasenose, page 358.

Pattrick, Rev. Arthur Henry Saint, M.A. See
Queen's, page 184.

Cooke, rev. George Albert, M.A,, see among the
fellows, page 316.

Jackson, Rev. Arthur Aubert, born at Wormley,
Herts, 17 June, 1864 ; 7s. Thomas, of Springfield
Place, near Cheltenham, arm. Magdalen, matric.
19 Oct., 83 (from the Charterhouse), academical
clerk 83, B.A. 88, M.A. 90, chaplain 91 ; curate o
Great Yarmouth 89-91, and of South Hinksey
Oxon, 91, vicar of Horspath, Oxon, 92.

ORGANIST.

Roberts, John Varley, born at Stanningley, near Leeds,
25 Sept., 1841 ; 4s. Joseph Varley, gent. Christ
Church, matric. 7 March, 71, aged 29; B.Mus. 8
July, 71, D.Mus. 29 June, 76 ; organist Magdalen
82.




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MAGDALEN COMMONERS.



332



Demies,* Cr&i&ittoncrs/ academical Clerks,* anti Commoners



Of whom biographical notices appear in the Matriculations, 1880-92.



1880.



•Bussell, Frederic W.
•Gregory, Herbert
*Titherington, Richard H.
•Adams, Arthur
*Hayward, Charles S.
•Duckworth, Frederick C.
*Heaton, George
*Roth, Walter E.
•Ellis, Robert K.
JJohnson, Arthur B. N.
Boudier, John H.
Noott, Edgar F. C.
Staniland, Alfred E.
Hogg, John E. J.
Linford, Arthur H.
Elliot, John H. A.
Lucey, Algernon C.
Maclaren, John W. H. (fSj)
Tufnell, Frederick
Edge, Andrew F.
Scott, Herbert R.
Newton, William L.
Bristowe, Arthur L.
Sperling, Charles F. D.
Apcar, Joseph A.
Widnell, Edward H.
Denis-de-Vitre, G. T.
Stephens, David E.
Dempsey, Hugh P.
Brooksbank, John L.
Hodgkinson, Frederick K.
Remnant, James F.



1881.

•Murray, John H. P.
•Hogarth, David G.
•Cameron, William
•Whitham, Arthur R.
•Huleatt, Charles B.
•Tollit, Percy K.
•Prior, George T.
•Johnson, John T.
JBroughton, James A.
Hoste, James W.
Potts, Frederick A.
Francis, Earley C.
Bainton, Arthur W.
Chamot, Paul G. F.
Stovin, Cornelius F.
Cust, Robert H. H.
Savage, Edwin S.
Laing, Charles M.
Rogers, Francis B.
Griffin, John P.
Blackburn, Reginald H.
Whitfeld, Arthur L.
Pickersgill-Cunliffe, C.
Glossop, John F. G.
Hulbert, Henry H.
Watson-Smith, C. L. f (83)
Duckworth, William F.
O' Donovan, Morgan W.
Shaw, Oliphant
Brodie, sir Benj. V. S. bart.
Barmby, Sidney C.
Giey, Thomas R.
ffoulkes, John W.



1882.

•Hawkins, Charles C.
•Dakers, Hugh J.
•Brown, Frederic H.
•Gossage, Alfred M.
Sandes, John
Paine, William H.
Holt, Harold E. S.
Watkin-Davies, F. P. (81)
Hansell, Henry P.
Bazley, Gardner S.
Stuart, Simeon H. L.
Jones-Parry, John J. B.
Worsley, Frederic S.
Studholme, William P.
Garrard, William A.
Perks, Edwin H.
Spencer- Bell, James F. S.
Kent, Albert F. S.
Best, Edward S.
Stewart, Robert B.
Allnutt, Henry S.
Terry, Percival
Barmby, Francis J.
Radcliffe, Norman C. W.
Girdlestone, Henry
Smith, Ernest A.

1883.

•Arnold, Thomas K.
•Scrivener, Harry S.
*Beeton, Mayson M.
•Andrews, Herbert T.
•Abrahall, John L. H.
•Farmer, John B.
fGreenfield, Thomas J. M.
•{-Ingram, Francis M.
fBrownrigg, Charles E.
JCarter, James O. H.
JWebster, Herbert W.
JHildyard, Lyonel D.
JJackson, Arthur A.
Blakeway, Phillip J. T.
Thorpe, Frederick F. Y.
Beldam, Percival E.
Kitcat, Cecil J.
Stewart, Alexander L. (81)
King-Harman, L. W.
Unwin, William S. (82)
Pryor, Perceval A. L.
Marwood-Tucker, C.
Leech, Stephen
Dempsey, Henry B.
Jourdain, Francis C. R.
Taylor, Alban A.
Ferguson, Edwin A.
Peake, Charles W.
Moore, Oswald A.
Moulton-Barrett, F.
Bridson, Edward R.
Lovett, Thomas
Hall, Charles O.
Gilliat, Frederic H.
Sturges, Francis W. M.
Lindley, Walter D.
Sanford, Edward C. P.
Henderson, Nelson F.
Waldy, John B. de G.
Beeching, Harold A.



Packer, Leonard F.
Brown, Arthur H.
Ritchie, David
Ritchie, Charles E.
Roscoe, Edmund
Lloyd, John B. (+84)
Hudson, Charles H. B.



•Forbes, Reginald A. V.
•Pentreath, Arthur G.
•Roney-Dougal, Charles E.
•Cooper, George H.
•Slater, David A.
•Bird, Douglas S.
•Giles, Robert S.
fCharlesworth, George L.
fYoung, Walter G.
•j-Highton, Hugh P.
fHankey, Norman F.
Salmon, Charles E.
Richards, Richard E. L.
Kaye, John
Blockley, Thomas T.
Young, Alfred J. K.
Stilwell, George A.
Craggs, George
Howell, David L.
Nicholls, Benjamin E.
Davies, Herbert M.
Bosville, Alexander W. M.
Thomson, Courtauld G.
Tyson, Henry
Newcastle, the duke of
Pilcher, John H. W.
Simpson, Edward P.
Partridge, Lionel S.
Hansell, Arthur L.
Foster, Philip S.
Crawhall, Walter J.
Barker, Herbert A.
Harris, Frederick W.
Morden-Smith, C.
Harper, Henry G.
Charlesworth, Basil A.
Elworthy, Charles K.
Wood, Alfred H.
Baring-Gould, Arthur
Kendall, Henry G. O.
Parker, Charles J. E.
Marriott. Cyril H. W.
Carver, Frank
Swinburne, Henry
Lee, William L. M.
Gordon, John H.
Fisken, Archibald J.
Bromet, Alfred
Bryans, Reginald Du F.
Debenham, Frank B.
Lassetter, Leslie B.
Baker, Richard W.
Bull, Herbert E. U.
Campbell-Maclachlan, A.



•Croome, Arthur C. M.
•Atkin, James R.
•Hussey-Freke, Denis J.
•Spyers, Thomas G.



•Powell, Henry T.
fStainer, John F. R.
fAlington, Hildebrand T. G.
■j-Osborn, Edward B.
Murdoch, Charles E. G.
Ashton, Joseph W.
Bingley, Frederick S. N.
Royle, Thomas R.
Foster, John K.
Frost, Percival G.
Perks, Bernard
Burrell, Herbert J. E.
Savile, John H. D.
Barclay, George A. N.
Williamson, John E.
Church, Percy W. P.
Murray, William
Mullins, Hugh W.
Boulton, Charles P.
Fass, Adolph H.
Brodhurst, Bernard E. S.
Tattersall, William
Tyler, George E.
Mainwaring, Charles E. F. M.
Phelps, Ernest J.
Whinfield, Walter G.
Bellhouse, Walter
Lipscombe, Maurice J.
Slade, George
Wright, Harry W. B.
Chaine, James
Campbell, Archibald J.
Allen, Percy U.
Ashley, Wilfrid W.

1886.

•Mulvany, Charles M.
•Benecke, Paul V. M.
•Doherty, Arthur H.



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