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Middlesex 1559-88, dean of St. Paul's 1560, fellow
collegiate church of Manchester 1578, rector of
Saltwood, Kent, 1560, and of Much Hadham,
Herts, 1562-89 ; canon of Windsor 1594 ; died 13 or
19 Feb., 1601-2, M.I. St. Paul's. See Al. Ox. 1081.

6. Singleton, Thomas, B.D. , principal 29 Dec,
1595 ; from Cheshire, of Brasenose 1573, aged 21
(from Cambridge University 4 years), B.A. 23 July,
1574, fellow 1575-6, M.A. 29 May, 1578, proctor
1585, B.D. 4 July, 1586, D.D. 12 July, 1597, vice-
chancellor 1598 and 1611-14; a member of Gray's
Inn 1609; rector of Whitchurch, Oxon, 1596-1610,
canon of St. Paul's 1597, and of Hereford 1604,
rector of Whitchurch, Salop, 1609, until his death
29 Nov. , 1614, buried in St Mary's chancel, Oxon.
See Al. Ox. 1359.



7. Radcliffe, Samuel, B.D. , principal 14 Dec. , 1614,
ejected by the parliamentary committee 20 Jan.,
1647-8; Brasenose, matric. 14 Oct., 1597, aged
17 (from Lancashire, gent.), B.A. 8 May, 1601,
M.A. 21 May, 1604, proctor 1610, B.D. 6 June,
1611, D.D. 27 March, 1615 ; a member of Gray's
Inn 1614 ; rector of Steeple Aston, Oxon, 1617,
until sequestered 1647, rector of Boxford, Berks,
1618 ; died 26 June, 1648, buried in St. Mary's
church 30th. See Al. Ox. 1228.

( — ) Greenwood, Daniel, B.D. , principal 29 Feb.,
1647-8, by parliamentary committee, ejected by the
King's commissioners Aug., 1660; s. Richard, of
Sowerby, Yorks, pleb. LINCOLN, matric. 30 April,
1624, aged 19, B.A. 26 Jan., 1626-7; fellow Brase-
nose, M.A. 17 June, 1629, B.D. 3 Feb., 1640-1,
created D.D. 24 July, 1649, vice-chancellor 1650-2;
rector of Chastleton, Oxon, 1640-62 ; died 29 Jan.,
1673-4, buried in the chancel of Steeple Aston
church. See Al. Ox. 601.

8. Yate, Thomas, B.D. , principal 13 July, 1648,
though did not obtain possession until the restor-
ation 10 Aug. , 1660; of Brasenose 1619, B.A. 17
Feb., 1622-3, fellow 1623, M.A. 1 July, 1625, created
B.D. 31 Aug., 1636, D.D. 2 Aug., 1660 ; rector of
Middleton Cheney, Northants, 1633-40, 1642, until
ejected 1646, and 1660-78 ; died 22 April, 1681,
buried in the cloisters of the college chapel. See
Al. Ox. 1.700.

9. Meare, John, M.A., principal 7 May, 168 1 ; s.
John, of Horton, Cheshire, pleb. Brasenose
matric. n May, 1665, aged 16, B.A. 21 Jan., 1668-9,
M.A. 1671, B. and D.D. 1684, vice-chancellor 1697-8;
rector of Great Rolhvright, Oxon, 1687-1710, and ot
Middleton Cheney, Northants, 1693, and canon of
Wells 1703, until his death 10 May, 1710, will at
Oxford proved 28 Oct. following. See Al. Ox. 998.

10. Shippen, Robert, M.A., principal 2 June, 1710 ;
s. William, D.D. , rector of Stockport, Cheshire,
1678-93. Merton, matric. 6 April, 1693, aged 16,
B.A. 1696 ; fellow Brasenose, M.A. 1699, B. and
D.D. 1710, vice-chancellor 1718-23; baptised at
Prestbury, Cheshire, 27 July, 1675, professor of
music in Gresham college 1705-10, f.r.s. 1706;
rector of Great Billing, Northants, 1710-12, of
Whitechapel, Middlesex, 1716, and rector of Amers-
ham, Bucks, 1744; died 24 Nov. , 1745, buried in
the college chapel. See A I. Ox. 1351.



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11. Yarburgh., Francis, M.A. (or Yarborough),
principal 10 Dec, 1745; s. Thomas, of Campsal,
Yorks, arm. University Coll., matric. 18 March,
1712-13, aged 17, B.A. 1716 ; fellow Brasenose,
M.A. 1719, B. and D.D. 1746; rector of Over-
vvorton, Oxon, 1729, and of Aynho, Northants,
1729, until his death at Bath 24 April, 1770. See
Al. Ox. 1698.

12. Ghvyn, William, M.A., principal 10 May to 17
Aug. , 1770 ; s. Augustine, of Prescott, Lancashire,
cler. Brasenose, matric. 11 April, 1751, aged 15
(from Manchester gr. school), Hulme exhibitioner
1754, B.A. 1755, fellow, M.A. 1757; rector of Foots
Cray, Kent, 1766-8, and of Cottingham, Northants,
1768, until his death 17 Aug. , 1770. See Al. Ox.
ii. 580.

13. Cawley, Ralph, D.D., principal 4 Sept., 1770;
s. John, of Wigan, Lancashire, pleb. Brase-
nose, matric. 17 May, 1738, aged 17, B.A. 26 Feb.,
1741-2, fellow, MA. 1744, B. and D.D. 1766;
rector of Selharn, Sussex, 1755, of St. Dunstan, Step-
ney, London, 1759, until his death 31 Aug., 1777,
buried in the ante-chapel of the college. See
Al. Ox. ii. 232.

14. Barker, Thomas, M.A., principal 14 Sept.,
1777 ; s. Thomas, of Newton, Lancashire, gent.
Brasenose, matric. 14 Feb., 1744-5, aged 17,
B.A. 20 Feb., 1748-9, fellow, M.A. 1751, proctor
1 76 1, B. and D.D. 1778; rector of West Shefford,
Berks, 1767-77; died at Manchester 18 Aug., 1785,
buried there. See Al. Ox. ii. 60.

15. Cleaver, William, M. A., principal 10 Sept., 1785,
reigned 1809 ; born atRushden, Northants, 20 Jan.,
1741-2 ; s. William, of Twyford, Bucks, cler. ; demy
Magdalen 1757-62, B.A. 1761; fellow Brasenose,
M.A. 1764, B. and D.D. 1786; chaplain to Earl
Temple, lord-lieut. Ireland, and D. D. 1783 ; rector of
FoscoteorFoxcote, 1769, vicarof Stowe, (both) Bucks,
x 773> rector of Cottingham, Northants, 1780, of
Cornwell 1780, and of Finmere, (both) Oxon, 1783-90;
canon of Westminster 1784, bishop of Chester 1787,
Bangor 1800, and of St. Asaph 1806, archdeacon of
St. Asaph, vicar of Northrop, Flints, until his death
15 May, 1815 ; buried in the college chapel. See
Al. Ox. ii. 262.

16. Hodson,Frodsham, B.D., principal 21 June, 1809;
born in Liverpool 7 June, 1770 ; s. George, rector of
Liverpool, co. Lancaster. Brasenose, matric. 23
May, 1787, aged 16 (from Manchester gr. school),
exhibitioner 1791, B.A. 1791, fellow, M.A. 1793,
B.D. 1808, D.D. 1809 (Honours: — English essay
1792), examiner 1802, 3, 6, 8, 9, 10, select preacher
1804-15, vice-chancellor 1818, regius professor of



divinity 1820-2 ; 5th canon of Christ Church, and
rector of Ewelme, Oxon, 1820-2 ; lecturer and chap-
lain St. George's church, Liverpool, 1795, rector of
St. Mary Stratford by Bow 1808-9; died 18 Jan.,
1822 ; buried in the college chapel. See Al. Ox. ii. 673.

17. Gilbert, Ashurst Turner, B. D. , principal 2 Feb.,
1822; resigned 1842; born at Burnham, Bucks,
14 May, 1786 ; s. Thomas, gent. Brasenose,
matric. 30 May, 1805, aged 19 (from Manchester gr.
school), B.A. 1809, exhibitioner 1809, fellow 1809-22,
M.A. 1811, B.D. 1819, D.D. 1822, tutor 1815-22,
vice-chancellor 1836-40 (Honours : — 1 classics 1808),
classics' examiner 1816-17-18, select preacher 18 18 ;
bishop of Chichester 1842, until his death 21 Feb.,
1870. See Al. Ox. ii. 522 & D.N.B.

18. Harington, Richard, D.D., principal 9 June,
1842 ; born in London 26 April, 1800 ; s. John
Edward, 8th bart. Christ Church, matric. 5
May, 1818, aged 18 (from Harrow), B.A. 1821 ;
fellow Brasenose 1822-33, M.A. 1824, B. and D.D.
1842, tutor 1825 (Honours : — 1 classics 1821), select
preacher 1848 ; rector of Old, Northants, 1833-42 ;
died 13 Dec, 1853. See Al. Ox. ii. 609.

19. Cradock, Edward Hartopp, D. D., principal 27
Dec, 1853; born at Shenstone, co. Stafford, 26
April, 1810 ; 3s. Edward Grove, of Shenstone Park.
Balliol, matric. 29 Nov., 1827, aged 17 (from
Shrewsbury), scholar 1827-33, B.A. 1831 ; fellow
Brasenose 1833-45, M.A. 1834, B. and D.D. 1854
(Honours : — 2 classics 1831), select preacher 1857 ;
a student of the Inner Temple 1831 ; assumed the
name of Cradock in lieu of Grove by royal licence
22 May, 1849 ; rector of Tedstone Delamere, 1844-
54, canon of Worcester 1848-54; died 27 Jan., 1886.
See Al. Ox. ii. 311.

20. Watson, rev. Albert, M.A., principal, 26 Feb.,
1886, resigned 1889, born at Astley, co. Worcester, 4
Dec, 1828 ; 5s. Richard, gent. Wadham,
matric. 21 April, 1847, aged 18 (from Rugby),
B.A. 1851 ; fellow Brasenose 1852-86 and 1889,
M.A. 1853, tutor 1854-67, lecturer in history 1864-71
(Honours: — 1 classics 1851), classical examiner
1864-5; librarian of Oxford union society 1852.
See Al. Ox. ii. 1509.

21. Heberden, Charles Buller, M.A. , principal 1
Oct., 1889, born at Broadhembury, Devon, 14 Dec,
1849 ; 3s. William, vicar of Broadhembury 1829-74.
Balliol, matric. 27 Jan., 1868, aged 18 (from
Harrow), exhibitioner 1868-72 ; fellow Brasenose
1872-89, B.A. 1872, M.A. 1874, tutor 1 88 1 -9, proctor
1881, vice-principal 1883-9 (Honours: — 1 classical
mods. 1869, 1 classics 1871), classical moderator
1884, 5, 6, 91. See Al. Ox. ii. 641.



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Turner, rev. Edward Tindal, born at Walton-on-the-
Hill, co. Lancaster, 18 Nov., 1822; 8s. Charles,
M.A., Trinity coll., Cambridge. Brasenose,
matric. 28 Nov., 40, aged 18 (from Oswestry school),
scholar Trinity 41-5, B.A. 44 ; fellow Brasenose
45, M.A. 47, tutor 50-70, proctor 59, vice-principal
70-81 (Honours: — 1 classics 44) ; registrar of the
University 70, member of the Hebdomadal council
60-93.

Watson, rev. Albert, fellow 52-86 and 89, see among
the principals.

Pater, Walter Horatio, born in London 4 Aug., 1839 ;
3s. Richard Glode, arm. Queen's, matric. 11
June, 58, aged 18 (from King's school, Canterbury),
B.A. 62; fellow Brasenose 64, M.A. 65, tutor 67-
'83 (Honours : — 2 classics 62) ; writer on the Renais-
sance, author of " Marius the Epicurean," etc. See
Men and Women of the Time.

StOCker, William Nelson, born at Horsforth, near
Leeds, , 1851 ; is. William Henry Browell,

rector of Ovington, Hants. Non-Collegiate,
matric. 22 Oct., 69, aged 18 (from Stony Stratford
school) ; exhibitioner Christ Church 73, B.A. 74;
fellow Brasenose 77, M.A. 77 (Honours :—
1 mathematical mods. 71, 1 mathematics 73, 1
natural science 74), natural science examiner 79,
80, 1 ; professor of physics at the royal Indian
engineering college, Cooper's Hill, 83.

Butler, Alfred Joshua, born at Sheepshead, co.
Leicester, 21 Sept., 1850; 2s. Alfred Stokes, cler.
Trinity, matric. 18 Oct., 69, aged 19 (from Christ's
hospital), scholar 69-74, B.A. 74 ; fellow Brasenose
77, M.A. 78, proctor 92 (Honours: — proxime
accessit Hertford scholarship 71 ; accessit 71 and 72,
and proxime accessit Ireland scholarship 73, 2 clas-
sical mods. 71, Greek prose 72, Greek verse 73,
1 classics 73) ; curator of the University galleries,
and of the Ashmolean museum 93, F.s.A. 83.

Lodge, Richard, born at Penkhull, co. Stafford, 20 June,
1855; 4s. Oliver, arm. Balliol, matric. 20 Oct.,
74, aged 19 (from Christ's hospital), exhibitioner
74-5, scholar 75-8; fellow Brasenose 78, B.A. 78,
M.A. 8i, tutor 84, vice-principal 91 (Honours :—
Stanhope essay 75, Lothian essay 76, 1 history 77),
examiner in history 83, 4, 5, 6, 7.

Sampson, Charles Henry, born at Bedminster, Bristol,
8 Oct., 1859; is. Charles Stokes, gent. Balliol,
matric. 19 Oct. ,78, aged 19 (from Bristol school),
scholar 78-82, B.A. 82 ; fellow Brasenose 82, M.A.
85, lecturer 82, tutor 85 ; Honours : — 1 mathe-
matical mods. 79, junior mathematical scholarship
80, (proxime accessit 79), 1 classical mods. 80,
1 mathematics 81.

Bebb, Llewellyn John Montfort, born at St. John's,
Capetown, 16 Feb., 1862; is. William, cler. New
Coll., matric. 15OCL, 8i,agedi9 (from Winchester
college), scholar 81, B.A. 85; fellow Brasenose
85, M.A. 88, tutor 89, vice-principal 92, librarian 92,
and pro-proctor 92 (Honours: — 3 mathematical
mods. 82, 1 classical mods. 83, 1 classics 85, Greek
testament prize 84, 88, theological scholarship 87,
and Ellerton theological essay 88 ; lecturer at Kirt-
lington, Oxon.

Bussell, (rev. ) Frederick William, born at Cadmore End,
High Wycombe, Bucks, 23 April, 1862; is. Frederick,
vicar of Great Marlow, deceased. Magdalen,
matric. 15 Oct., 81, aged 19 (from the Charterhouse),
demy 80-5, B.A. 85 ; fellow Brasenose 86, lecturer
86 and chaplain 91, M.A. 88, B.Mtis. 92, B.D. 92;



Honours : — 1 classical mods. 82, 1 classics 85,

1 theology 86, accessit Ireland scholarship 84, 85,
Craven scholarship 85.

Madan, Falconer, born at Cam, co. Gloucester, 15
April, 1 85 1 ; 5s. George, rector of Cam, and of
Dursley, etc. Brasenose, matric. 15 Oct., 70,
aged 19 (from Marlborough), scholar 70-4, B.A. 74,
M.A. 77, fellow 76-80 and since 89, lecturer and
librarian 77-80 (Honours : — proxime accessit Hert-
ford scholarship7i and 72, 1 classical mods. 72,

2 classics 74), university lecturer in mediaeval palaeo-
graphy 89, sub-librarian Bodleian 80.

Pelham, Henry Francis, born at Bergh Apton, Norfolk,
19 Sept. , 1846 ; is. John Thomas, bishop of Nor-
wich. Trinity, matric. 22 April, 65, aged 18
(from Harrow), scholar 65-9 ; fellow Exeter 69-73
and 82-89, B.A. 69, M.A. 72, proctor 79, tutor 82-9,
lecturer in classics 69 and 73-82 ; fellow BRASENOSE
89 (Honours : — 1 classical mods. 66, 1 classics 69,
English essay 70), classics examiner 78, 80, 4, Uni-
versity reader 87, and Camden professor of ancient
history 89, curator of the parks and of the university
galleries; F.s.A. 90, a governor of Harrow. See
Men and Wome?i of the Time.

FOX, Herbert Francis, born at Brislington, Somerset, 1
Aug., 1858; 4s. Francis Ker, D.Med. University
Coll., matric. 15 Oct., 77, aged 19 (from Clifton
college), exhibitioner 77, scholar 78, B.A. 81, M.A.
84 ; fellow Brasenose 89, and tutor 92 ; a master
at Bath college till 89.

Wylie, Francis James, born at Bromley, Kent,

1866 ; 2S. Richard Northcote, gent. BALLIOL,
matric. 15 Oct., 84, aged 18 (from Glasgow Univer-
sity), exhibitioner 84, B.A. 88; fellow Brasenose
92, M.A. 92, lecturer in philosophy; HONOURS: —
1 classical mods. 86, 1 classics 88.




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"Wordsworth, right rev. John, born at Harrow 21
Sept., 1843 ; is. Christopher, D.D. , bishop of
Lincoln. New Coll., matric. 12 Oct., 61, aged
18 (from Ipswich and Winchester schools), scholar
61-6, B.A. 65; fellow Brasenose 67-71 and 82-5,
hon. fellow 91, M.A. 68, proctor 74 (D.D. by
diploma 22 Oct., 85), chaplain and tutor 67-83,
librarian and junior dean 72-82, chaplain 82-5
(Honours : — 1 classical mods. 63, 2 classics 65,
Latin essay 66, Craven scholarship 67), classical
moderator 70, 1, 2, Grinfield lecturer on the Septua-
gint 76-8, select preacher 76, 88, Whitehall preacher
79, Bampton lecturer 81, examiner in theology 82-3,
fellow of Oriel and Oriel professor of the interpre-
tation of Holy Scripture 83-5, with canonry of
Rochester annexed ; a master at Wellington college
66, hon. LL.D. Trinity coll., Dublin, 90, hon. D.D.
Berne 92, canon of Lincoln 70-83, bishop of Sarum
85. See Men and Women of the Time.

Riicker, Arthur William, born at Clapham, Surrey,
23 Oct. , 1848 ; is. Daniel Henry, of Clapham Park,
arm. Brasenose, matric. 19 Oct., 67, aged 18
(from Clapham gr. sch. ), scholar 67-71, B.A. 71,
fellow 71-6, M.A. 74, hon. fellow 91 (HONOURS : —
junior mathematical scholarship 69, 1 mathematical
mods. 69, 1 mathematics 70, 1 natural science 71),
examiner in natural science 76, 7, 82, 3, demonstrator
in the Clarendon laboratory ; professor of mathe-
matics and physics, Yorkshire college, Leeds, F.R.S.
84, and royal medal 91, professor of physics in royal
college of science, South Kensington, 86, treasurer
British association 91, fellow University of London
92, president physical society 93, contested Leeds,
north division, 85, and the Pudsey divn. w.R. 86.
See Men and Women of the Time.

Evans, Arthur John, born at Nash Mills, Herts, 8
July, 1851 ; is. sir John, k.c.b. Brasenose,
matric. 9 June, 70, aged 18 (from Harrow), B.A. 74,
M.A. 82 hon. fellow 91 (Honours :— i history 74),
Ilchester lecturer on Slavonic languages 84, Keeper of
the Ashmolean 84. See Men and Women of the Time.

EX-FELLOWS.

Vawdrey, Daniel, born at Nantwich, Cheshire,

1807 ; is. Daniel, arm. Brasenose, matric. 5
April, 26, aged 19 (from Shrewsbury school), fellow
30-43, B.A. 30, M.A. 32 (Honours : — 3 classics
29) ; of Plas Gwynant, co. Carnarvon ; rector of
Stepney 42-7, and of North and South Darley, co.
Derby, 47-81.

Bazely, Thomas Tyssen, born at Cleethorpe, co.
Lincoln, 28 May, 1808 ; 4s. John, vice-admiral r.n.
Queen's, matric. 8 Feb., 26, aged 17 (from Can-
terbury school), B.A. 30; fellow Brasenose 31-40,
M.A. 32, tutor 33-9, proctor 38 (Honours: — 1
classics 29), classical examiner 37 ; select preacher
40, rector of Poplar 39-60, reader at St. Mary,
Dover, 72.

CaSSOn, George, born at Chester 1810 ;

is. Ferdinand, cler. Brasenose, matric. 20 June,
27, aged 17 (from Shrewsbury school), B.A. 31,
fellow 31-43, M.A. 34 (Honours: — 2 classics 31);
rector of Old or Wold, Northants, 42-70.

Walker, Joseph, born at Almondbury, Yorks,

1807; 5s. William, gent; scholar Trinity
Coll., Cambridge, 29, B.A. 30 (Honours :— 8th
wrangler 30); migrated to Brasenose 22 Nov.,
1832, aged 25, fellow 32-44, incorporated 14 and
M.A. 24 Jan., 33, tutor 36-43, vice-principal 41-2;
Whitehall preacher 39-40, rector of Great Billing,
Northants, 43.



Fletcher, William, born at Darlaston, co. Stafford,
1810; 2s. Thomas, arm. Trinity, matric.

9 July, 29, aged 19 (from Shrewsbury school), B.A.
33; fellow Brasenose 33-5, M.A. 36, B.D. 45,
D.D. 47 (Honours: — 1 classics 33); headmaster
Q. Elizabeth's school, Wimborne, 59-72, rector of
Minterne Magna, etc., 72-6, vicar of Ulceby, co.
Lincoln, 76-90.

Blackburn, Robert, born in Madeira 17 Oct., 1812 ;
is. Robert, gent. Queen's, matric. 26 June, 30,
aged 17 (from Sherborne), scholar Balliol 30-4,
B.A. 34; fellow Brasenose 34-45, M.A. 37
(Honours: — 1 classics 34); rector of Selham,
Sussex, 42.

King, Bryan, born at Liverpool 28 Dec, 1812; 2s.
George, of Higher Bebington Hall, Cheshire.
Brasenose, matric. 14 Jan., 31, aged 19, B.A.
34, fellow 35-43, M.A. 37 (Honours: — 3 classics,
34); perpetual curate St. John's, Bethnal Green,
37-42, rector of St. George's-in-the-East 42-63, vicar
of Avebury, Wilts, 63.

Egerton, William Henry, born at Malpas, Cheshire,
13 Nov., 1811 ; 4s. Philip Grey, bart. Brasenose,
matric. 28 Jan., 30, aged 18, B.A. 34, fellow 36-41,
M.A. 36 ; rector of Malpas (lower mediety), and of
Whitchurch-with-Marbury, Salop, 46.

Pulling, William, born at Hereford city

1814; is. William, arm. Oriel, matric. 9 June,
32, aged 18 (from Bridgnorth school), B.A. 36;
fellow Brasenose 36-51, M.A. 38, tutor 44-50
(Honours : — 2 classics 36); vicar of Tidenham, co.
Gloucester, 39-42, rector of Eastnor 49, and of
Pixley (both) co. Hereford, 50, and canon of Here-
ford 68.

Menzies, Frederick, born at Wavertree, co. Lancaster,
1815 ; 5s. John, gent. Brasenose,
matric. 5 Dec, 33, aged 18, scholar 35-7, B.A. 37,
fellow 37-67, M.A. 40, vice-principal 58 (Honours :
— 3 classics 37, Hebrew scholarship 38) ; curate of
Hambledon, Bucks, 40-50, rector or Great Shefford,
Berks, 66-87, hon. canon of Christ Church 80.

Driffield, George Townshend, born at Prescot, co.
Lancaster, 17 April, 1817 ; is. Charles George
Thomas, vicar of Prescot 1815. Brasenose, matric.

10 June, 35, aged 18, scholar 36-9, B.A. 39, fellow
39-45, M.A. 42 (Honours: — 3 classics 39) ; curate
of St. Clement's, Oxford, 41, perpetual curate
Stepney St. Philip 43, rector of Bow, Middlesex, 44,
and of Old or Wold, Northants, 80.

Rendall, Henry, born at Oxenwood, Berks,

1818 ; is. Charles Henry, arm. Trinity, matric.
30 May, 36, aged 18, scholar 36-40, B.A. 40; fellow
Brasenose 40-56, M.A. 43 (Honours : — 2 classics
40) ; perpetual curate Stepney Holy Trinity 47-55,
rector of Great Rollright, Oxon, 55.

Jones, Edward Rhys, born at Liverpool ,

1817 ; is. John, archdeacon of Liverpool. Brase-
nose, matric. 14 Jan., 36, aged 18, scholar 37-9,
B.A. 39, fellow 43-51 ; Michel fellow Queens' 41-3,
M.A. 42 (Honours: — 1 classics 39); rector of
Limehouse 50-70, rector of Limpsfield, Surrey, 70,
examining chaplain to bishop of Rochester 81-90,
hon. canon of Rochester 83.

Lucas, William Henry, born at Newport Pagnel,
Bucks., 3 Aug., 1821 ; is. Henry, arm. Brase-
nose, matric. 21 Nov. , 39, aged 18; post-master
Merton 40-3, B.A. 43 ; fellow Brasenose 44-52,
M.A. 46 (Honours: — 2 classics and 1 mathe-
matics 43) ; held various curacies 48-66, vicar of
Sopley, Hants, 66-87, hon. canon of Winchester 89,
rural dean of Christ Church 6938-.




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Bowen, right hon. sir George Ferguson, G.C.M.G.,
born at Bogay, near Londonderry, 2 Nov., 1821 ;
is. Edward, of Taugboyne, co. Donegal, cler.
Trinity, matric. 16 June, 40, aged 18 (from the
Charterhouse), scholar 40-4, B.A. 44; fellow
Brasenose 44-54, M.A. 47, tutor 52-4, created
D.C.L. 9 June, 75 (Honours:— 1 classics 44),
president of Oxford union society 43 and 44 ;
student of Lincoln's Inn 44, governor of Queensland
59-68, of New Zealand 68-73, oi Victoria 73-9, of
Mauritius 79-83, and of Hong Kong 83-7, royal
commissioner Malta 88, etc. ; LL.D. Cambridge 86,
C.M.G. 55, K.c.M.G. 56, g.C.m.G. 60, privy councillor
86. See Men and Women of the Time.

Brookes, John Henry, born at Whitchurch, Salop,
6 March, 1823; 2s. William Wycherley, arm.
Brasenose, matric. 9 June, 41, aged 18 (from
Manchester gr. school, and king Edward's school,
Birmingham), scholar 42-4, B.A. 45, fellow 45-64,
M.A. 48 (Honours: — 3 classics 45); rector of
Steeple Aston, Oxon, 63, rural dean of Woodstock

65-77-

Nowell, Thomas Whitaker, born at Linton, Yorks,
25 May, 1824; 2S. Josias Robinson, cler. Brasenose,
matric. 18 May, 42, aged 17, B.A. 46, fellow 48-62,
M.A. 49 (Honours :— 3 classics 46) ; of Linton Ho,
near Skipton, Yorks ; assumed the name of Nowell
in lieu of Robinson 43 ; rector of Wapping 53-61,
and of Poplar 61-91.

James, John Henry, born at Childwall, co. Lancaster,
18 Sept., 1825; 3s. William, arm. University
Coll., matric. 20 March, 44, aged 18 (from Rugby),
scholar 44-8, B.A. 47; fellow Brasenose 48-53,
M.A. 50 (Honours: — 1 classics 47) ; a solicitor in
London.

Hornby, James John, born at Winwick, co. Lancaster,
18 Dec, 1826; 3s. Phipps, of Little Green, Surrey,
admiral, R.N. , g.C.b. Balliol, matric. 14 March,
45, aged 18 (from Eton), B.A. 49, M.A. 51 ;
fellow Brasenose 49-69, proctor 66, D.D. by decree
14 Jan., 69 (Honours :— i classics 49), in University
eight 49 and 51 ; M.A. Durham ad eundem 53,
principal of Cosn's Hall, Durham, 54-64, hon.
D. C. L. Durham 82 ; 2nd master Winchester college
67-8, headmaster 68-84, and provost Eton college
84, hon. chaplain to the Queen 82.
Smith, Isaac Gregory, born in Manchester 21 Nov.,
1826 ; 4s. Jeremiah, D.D. , high master Manchester
school and rector of St. Anne's, etc. Balliol,
matric. 5 March, 45, aged 18 (Irom Rugby) ; scholar
Trinity 45-50, B.A. 48; fellow Brasenose 50-5,
M.A. 51 (Honours: — Hertford scholarship 46,
Ireland scholarship 47, 2 classics 48), Bampton
lecturer 73 ; rector of Tedstone Delamere 54-72,
preb. of Hereford 70, vicar of Great Malvern 72,
hon. canon of Worcester 87, rural dean of Powyke
86, examining chaplain to lord bishop of St. Davids
86. For list of his works see Crockford.

Shand, Thomas Henry Rodie, born at Everton, near
Liverpool, , 1828 ; 3s. William, arm.

Brasenose, matric. 27 Feb., 45, aged 17 (from
school), B.A. 48, M.A. 51, fellow 52-71,
vice-principal 66 (Honours: — 3 classics and 1
mathematics 48, Johnson's mathematical scholar-
ship 49) ; vicar of East Ham 70, rector of Old,
Northants, 71-9, and of Clayton-cum-Keymer,
Sussex, 79.

Lea, Frederick Simcox, born at Hampstead, Middle-
sex, 24 Dec. , 1823 ; is. Thomas Simcox, of London,
arm. Wadham, matric. 10 July, 47, aged 23,
B.A. 51 ; fellow Brasenose 53-6, M.A. 54
(Honours: — 1 classics and 3 mathematics 51) ; of
Astley Hall, co. Worcester ; perpetual curate
Stepney Holy Trinity 55-72, vicar of Compton
Dando, Somerset, 72-3, rector of Tedstone Delamere
since 73, and preb. of Hereford 85.



Yates, William, born at Eccleshall, co. Stafford,
, 1831 ; 4s. Samuel, gent. Oriel, matric.
8 Feb., 49, aged 18 (from school) ; scholar

Lincoln 50-3, B.A. 52; fellow Brasenose 53-67.
M.A. 55, tutor 59-67, proctor 66 (Honours: —
1 classics 52) ; rector of Cottingham, Northants, 66,
hon. canon of Peterborough 89.
Reynolds, Samuel Harvey, born at Stoke Newington
17 June, 1831 ; is. Samuel, f.r.c.s. Exeter,
matric. 17 April, 50, aged 18 (from Radley), scholar
50-4, B.A. 54 ; fellow Brasenose 55-72, M.A. 57,
tutor 62 (Honours : — 1 classical mods. 52, English
verse 53, 1 classics 54, English essay 56) ; a student
of Lincoln's Inn 58, vicar of East Ham, Essex, 71.
Wilson, Robert Spedding, born at Childwall, near
Liverpool, 17 Nov., 1830; is. John Alexander, M. A.,
cler. Brasenose, matric. 2 Feb., 49, aged 18,
scholar 50-3, B.A. 52, fellow 55-76, M.A. 55, tutor
71-5 (Honours : — 2 classics 52) ; fellow St. Peter's
college, Radley, 56-66 ; rector of Mottistone, isle of



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