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Men and Women of the Time.

Leigh, Henry Devenish, born at Shirley Warren near
Southampton 21 Dec. , 1863 ; 5s. Frederick, solicitor.
New Coll., matric. 15 Oct., 81, aged 17 (from
Oundle school), scholar 80-6, B.A. 85 ; fellow
Corpus Christi 86, M.A. 88, tutor 86, and dean
88-91, vice-president 92 (Honours : — 1 classical
mods. 83, accessit Hertford scholarship 83, 1 classics
85) student, Lincoln's Inn, 84.

G-rindle, Gilbert Edmund Augustine, born at Pokes,
down, Hants, 28 May, 1869 ; is. Edmund Samuel
arm. Corpus Christi, matric. 22 Oct., 87, aged
18 (from Kensington school), scholar 87, B.A. 91,
fellow 91 ; Honours : — 1 classical mods. 89, 1
classics 91, English essay 92.

Jolliffe, Arthur Ernest, born at Oxford, 23 Jan., 1871 ;
4s. Henry. Balliol, matric. 18 Oct., 88, aged 17
(from Oxford high school), scholar 87, B.A. 91 ;
fellow Corpus Christi 91 ; Honours :— i mathe-
matical mods. 89, 1 mathematics 91, junior 89 and
senior mathematical scholarship 92.

HONORARY FELLOWS.

Ruskin, John, hon. fellow 71, hon. student Christ
Church, where see page 409.

Palmer, ven. Edwin, hon. fellow, 78, canon of Christ
Church, where see page 403.

Hodgson, Shadworth Hollway, born at Boston, co.
Lincoln, 25 Dec, 1832; is. Shadworth, arm.
Corpus Christi, matric. 5 Dec, 50, aged 17 (from
Rugby), exhibitioner 50-4, B.A. 54, M.A. 82, hon.
fellow 82 (Honours: — 1 classical mods. 52, 2
classics 54) ; a student of Lincoln's Inn 56, hon.
LL.D. Edinburgh 71, president of the Aristotelian
society 80.

Hunt, Alfred William, born at Liverpool 1830;

o.s. Andrew, arm. Exeter, matric. 3 Feb., 48,
aged 18 (from Liverpool college) ; scholar Corpus
Christi 48-57, B.A. 52, M.A. 55, fellow 57-61, hon.
fellow 82 (Honours: — English verse 51, 2 classics
52) ; associate 62-4, and a member of the royal water
colour society 64.



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Eden, Robert, born in Bristol, 1803 ; 2s.

Thomas, cler. St. John's, matric. 18 Dec, 20,
aged 17, bible clerk, 20-1 ; scholar Corpus Christi
21-30, B.A. 25, M.A. 27, fellow 30-3; headmaster
Hackney coll. school, 29-36, Camberwell coll., 36-8,
incumbent of St. Mary, Lambeth, 39-51, examiner
Haileybury college, 39-56, chaplain to bishop of
Norwich 49-57, vicar of North Walsham, Norfolk,
51-4, hon. canon of Norwich 52, vicar of Wymond-
ham, Norfolk, 54. For list of his writings, see
Crockford.

Newnham, George William, born at Bassingham, co.
Lincoln, 9 Sept., 1806 ; o.s. William Moore, rector
1796-1832. Cokpus Christi, matric. 7 June, 23,
aged 16 (from Bristol gr. school), scholar 23-31,
B.A. 27, M.A. 30, fellow 31-3 (Honours : — 2
classics and 3 mathematics 27) ; perpetual curate
Coleford, Somerset, 32-40, of Shaw, Wilts, 40-2, of
Monkton Combe 45-63, and of Combe Down, (both)
Somerset, 42-77.

Heurtley, Charles Abel, D.D. , fellow 32-41; canon
of Christ Church 53, where see page 403.

MacMullen, rev. Richard Gell, born at Dover

1815 ; 2s. Stephen Henry, gent. Corpus Christi,
matric. 30 May, 28, aged 13, scholar 28-35, B.A. 32,
M.A. 35, fellow 35-46, B.D. 45 (Honours :— 2
classics 32) ; sometime of Dunster, Somerset.

Renaud, George, born at Havant, Hants, 29 Sept.,

1814 ; is. George Daniel, vicar of Messingham, co.
Lincoln, 27. Corpus Christi, matric. 12 June, 30,
aged 15 (from Westminster), scholar 30-8, B.A. 34,
M.A. 37, fellow 38-9 (Honours: — 2 classics 34);
perpetual curate Clandown, Somerset, 58-61, vicar
of Silsoe, Beds, 64-70, perpetual curate Christ
Church, Clevedon, 74-6, vicar of Flitton, Beds,
76-83.

Slight, Henry Spencer, born at Plymouth, Devon,
1814; is. John, gent. Corpus Christi,
matric. 5 March, 31, aged 17 (from Guildford school),
scholar 31-8, B.A. 34, M.A. 37, fellow 38-50, B.D.
45 (Honours: — 3 classics and 3 mathematics 34),
select preacher 47-8 ; rector of Ruan Lanyhorne,
Cornwall, 49-77, vicar of Twigworth, co. Gloucester,
78.

Tate, Charles Richmond, born at Portsea, Hants, 18
April, 1814 ; 4s. William, cler. Corpus Christi,
matric. 4 Nov., 31, aged 17 (from Sherborne school),
scholar 31-9, B.A. 35, M.A. 38, fellow 39-52,
B.D. 1845 (Honours: — 2 classics and 3 mathe-
matics 35) ; curate of W T est Clandon, Surrey, 39-52,
vicar ot Send with Ripley 52-75, rector of Trent,
Dorset, 75.

Rogers, Thomas Englesby, born at Yarlington,
Somerset, 24 May, 1817; is. Francis, gent. Corpus
Christi, matric. 30 May, 34, aged 17 (from Sher-
borne school), scholar 34-44, B.A. 38, M.A. 41,
fellow 44-6 (Honours 1—4 classics 38) ; of Yarling-
ton House, Somerset, J. P., D. L. ; bar.-at-law,
Lincoln's Inn, 46, recorder of Wells 72, chancellor
of the diocese of Bath and Wells 84. See Foster's
Men at the Bar.

Marshall, Edward, born at Ardley, Oxon, 26 Aug.,

1815 ; is. Edward Marshall-Hacker, vicar of Sand-
ford, Oxon. Oriel, matric. 29 Jan., 34, aged 18
(from Rugby) ; scholar Corpus Christi 34-6,
fellow 36-46, or 7, B.A. 38, M.A. 40 (Honours: —
4 classics 38) ; curate of St. Mary Magdalen, Oxford,
46-60, vicar of Sandford St. Martin, Oxon, 84,
dropped the name of Hacker which his father had
assumed; f.s.a. 74. For list of his writings see
Crockford.

Joynes, Richard, born at Frindsbury, Kent, 18 Aug.,
1818 ; is. Richard Symondes, D. D. , rector of



Gravesend. Corpus Christi, matric. 11 March,
36, aged 17 ; scholar 36-47, B.A. 39, M.A. 42, fellow
47-51 (from the Charterhouse), B.D. 51 (Honours:
— hon. 4 mathematics 39) ; perpetual curate (Holy
Trinity) Milton-next-Gravesend 45-61, rector of
Great Holland, Essex, 61-87, non - canon of Rochester
66-77, an d of St. Albans jj.

Hext, George, born at Bodmin, Cornwall, 15 Jan.,
1819 ; 2s. William, of Tredethy, Cornwall, rear
admiral r.n. Corpus Christi, matric. 23 Sept.,
36, aged 17 (from Blundell's school, Tiverton),
scholar 36-47, B.A. 40, M.A. 43, fellow 47-58, B.D.
52, tutor 47-57 (Honours : — 1 classics 40), examiner
in classics 52 ; vicar of St. Veep, Cornwall, 57-73,
rector of Steeple Langford, Somerset, 73.

Ogle, William, born at Oxford 21 Dec, 1827 ; 3s.
James Adey, D.Med., regius professor of medicine
51-57. Corpus Christi, matric. 26 July, 45, aged
17 (from Rugby), scholar 45-7, fellow 47-64, B.A.
49, M.A. 52, B.Med. 58, D.Med. 61 (Honours:—
2classics49); f.r.c.p. 66, superintendent of statistics
general register office, Somerset House, lecturer on
physiology and assistant physician St. George's
Hospital.

Pearse, George Wingate, born at Harlington, Beds,

1824; o.s. George, arm. Trinity, matric.

12 June, 41, aged 17; scholar Corpus Christi

1842-9, B.A. 45, M.A. 48, fellow 49-51 (Honours :

— 3 classics 45) ; rector of Walton, Bucks, 51.

Haydeil, Charles Frederick, born at Walcot, Somerset,

1826 ; 3s. James George, gent. CORPUS

Christi, matric. 3 March, 43, aged 17, scholar

43-9, B.A. 46, M.A. 49, fellow 49-56 (Honours : —

3 classics 46) ; rector of Helmdon 55-73, and Stots-
bury, (both) Northants, 55-73, vicar of West Hendred,
Berks, 73.

Chalker, Frederick, born at Plymouth 15 Aug., 1824 ;
2s. John, gent. Corpus Christi, matric 3 March,
43, aged 18 (from Shrewsbury school), scholar
43-50, B.A. 47, fellow 50-69, M.A. 50 (Honours : — •

4 classics and 4 mathematics 47) ; vicar of Wan-
borough, Oxon, 68.

Calverley, Henry Calverley, born at Norton St.
Philip, Somerset, 1826; is. Henry

Blayds (afterwards Calverley), vicar of South Stoke,
Somerset. Corpus Christi, matric. 3 May, 44,
aged 18, scholar 44-51, B.A. 48, fellow 51-75, M.A.
51 (Honours : — 4 classics 48) ; held various curacies
53-75, rector of Bassingham, co. Lincoln, 75-9, and
of Church Brampton, Northants, 79.

Willis, Charles Francis, born at Hawkhurst, Kent,
1827 ; 2s. Charles, arm. Brasenose,
matric. 5 Dec, 44, aged 17 (from Tonbridge school) ;
scholar Corpus Christi 45-53, B.A. 49, M.A. 51,
fellow 53-7 (Honours : — 2classics48) ; in University
eleven 47, 8, 9 ; rector of Letcombe Bassett, Berks,
56-76, of Church Brampton, Northants, 76-9, and of
Bassingham, co. Lincoln, 79.

Sclater, Philip Lutley, born at Wootton, Northants,
4 Nov. , 1829; 2s. William Lutley, arm. Corpus
Christi, matric 16 Aug., 45, aged 15 (from Win-
chester), scholar 45-53, B.A. 49, M.A. 52, fellow
53-62 (Honours : — 1 mathematics 49) ; of Odiham
Priory, Hants ; bar.-at-law, Lincoln's Inn, 55, secre-
tary to zoological society of London 59, f.r.s. , PH.D.
Bonn 60.

Buttanshaw, John, born at Wrotham, Kent,

1829; is. John, arm. Corpus Christi, matric. 8
May, 47, aged 18 (from Tonbridge school), scholar
47-54, B.A. 51, fellow 54-64, M.A. 54 (Honours:
— 3 classics and 2 mathematics 51) ; rector of
Combe Hay, Somerset, 68-73, afternoon lecturer
Walcot, Bath, 75-86, canon of Wells 89.



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Fumeaux, Henry, born at St. Germans, Cornwall,
26 June, 1829 ; is. Tobias, vicar 27-74. Corpus
Christi, matric 11 June, 47, aged 17 (from Win-
chester), scholar 47-54, B.A. 51, M.A. 54, fellow
54-69, tutor 55-69, proctor 65 (Honours: — 1 classics
51), classical moderator 56, and classical examiner
71, 2, 3, 5, 6 ; rector of Heyford-at- Bridge, Oxon,
68-92, editor of Tacitus.

Hunt, Alfred William, fellow 57-61, hon. -fellow 82, see
page 380.

Walker, Frederick William, born in Bermondsey
7 July, 1833 ; is. Thomas, pleb. Corpus Christi,
matric. 23 March, 49, aged 18 (from Rugby), scholar
49-59, B.A. 53, M.A. 56, fellow 59-67, tutor 56-9
(Honours: — 1 classical mods, and 2 mathematical
mods. 52, 1 classics and 2 mathematics 53, Boden
Sanskrit scholarship 54, Vinerian law scholarship
54); bar.-at-law, Lincoln's Inn, 58; headmaster
Manchester gr. school 59-76, and of St. Paul's
school, London, 76.

Otter, Francis, born at Gainsborough 4 Nov., 1831 ;
is. Francis, gent. Corpus Christi, matric. 1
March, 50, aged 18 (from Rugby), scholar 50-61,
B.A. 54, M.A. 56, fellow 61-75, tutor 56-64
(Honours :— 2 classical mods, and 2 mathematical
mods. 52, 2 mathematics 54) ; of Ranby Hall, co.
Lincoln, J. p. ; bar.-at-law, Lincoln's Inn, 67, M.p.
Lincolnshire, (Louth division) Dec, 85 — June, 86.
See Foster's Men at the Bar.

Ranken, William Henry, born at Brislington, Somer-
set, 27 Nov. , 1832 ; 3s. Charles, cler. Corpus
Christi, matric. 7 June, 50, aged 17 (from Highgate
school), scholar 50-62, B.A. 54, M.A. 57, fellow 62-9,
(Honours : — 1 classical mods, and 2 mathematical
mods. 52, 2 classics and 1 mathematics 54) ; vicar of
Sandford-on-Thames 62-6, of Radley, Berks, 65-7,
and of West Houghton co. Lane, 68, vicar of
Marston Meysey 73-82, and rector of Meysey
Hampton, (both) co. Gloucester, 69-84, vicar of
Christ Church, Surbiton, 84.

Fisher, Albert Bulteel, born at Salisbury, 4 May,
1835 ; 4s. William, canon of Sarum. Corpus
Christi, matric. 18 June, 52, aged 17 (from Win-
chester), scholar 52-63, B.A. 57, M.A. 59, fellow
63-77 I Honours : — 1 classical mods. 54, 3 classics
56.

Digby, Kenelm Edward, born at Wootton-sub-Edge,
9 Sept. , 1836 ; is. hon. Kenelm Henry, hon. canon
Norwich. Corpus Christi, matric. 10 Feb., 55,
aged 18 (from Harrow), scholar 55-64, B.A. 59,
M.A. 61, fellow 64-70 (Honours : — 1 classical mods.
57, 1 classics 59), president Oxford union society 61,
in University eleven 57, 8, 9 ; bar.-at-law, Lincoln's
Inn, 65, Vinerian common law reader, Inns of Court,
68-74, county court judge 92. See Foster's Men at
the Bar.

Curgenven, Francis Henry, born at St. Andrew's,
Plymouth, 11 July, 1836; is. John, solicitor. Corpus
Christi, matric. 10 Feb., 55, aged 18 (from
Aldenham school), scholar 55-64, B.A. 59, M.A.
61, fellow 64-72 (Honours:— 2 classical mods. 57,
2 classics 59) ; priest-vicar Exeter cathedral 64-72,
rector of Byfield, Northants, 72.

Moberly, George Herbert, born at Winchester 3 Jan.,
1837; is. George, bishop of Salisbury. Corpus
Christi, matric. 10 Feb., 55, aged 18 (from Win-
chester), scholar 55-64, B.A. 59, M.A. 61, fellow
64-70, tutor (Honours:— 1 classical mods.

56, Stanhope essay 58, 3 classics 58, 2 law and
history 59, Ellerton theological essay 60, Arnold
essay 61); chaplain at Bonn 69-71, rector of
Duntesborne Rous, co. Gloucester, 71-80; principal
of Lichfield college and preb. of Lichfield 80-5,
master of St. Nicholas hospital, Sarum, 78, rector
of Monkton Farley, Wilts, 87, preb. of Sarum 89.



Miller, John Robert Charlesworth, born at Woolwich,
Kent, 10 March, 1837 ; is. John Robert, of Bath-
easton, gent. Corpus Christi, matric. 10 Feb., 55,
aged 17 (from Cheltenham coll.), scholar 55-65, B.A.
59, M.A. 61, fellow 65-6 (Honours:— 3 classical
mods, and 2 mathematical mods. 57, 2 mathe-
matics 59) ; rector of Goddington, Oxon, 66-78,
vicar of Mottram in Longdendale, Cheshire, 78,
hon. canon of Chester 91 and rural dean of Mottram.

Hieks, Edward Lee, born in Oxford 18 Dec, 1843;
is. Edward, of St. Peter's-in-the-East, Oxford, gent.
Brasenose, matric. 27 Jan., 62, aged 18 (from
Magdalen college school), scholar 61-5, B.A. 66;
fellow Corpus Christi 66-74, M.A. 68, tutor 66-
73 (Honours: — 1 classical mods. 63, 1 classics 66,
Craven scholarship 67, Latin essay 68), classical
moderator 71, 2, 3, select preacher 80, theological
examiner 88, 9, 90; rector of Fenny Compton, co.
Warwick, 73-86, hon. canon of Worcester 84,
principal of Hulme Hall (Owens college), Man-
chester, 86, and lecturer in classical archaeology 89,
canon of Manchester and rector of St. Philip's,
Salford, 92.

Dill, Samuel, born at Hillsborough, co. Down,
26 March, 1844 ; is. Samuel Mark, cler. Lincoln,
matric. 17 Oct., 65, aged 21 (from Queen's college,
Belfast), scholar 65-9, B.A. 69; fellow Corpus
Christi 69-84, M.A. 72, tutor 72-6 (Honours:— 1
classical mods. 67, 1 classics 69) ; a student of
Lincoln's Inn, 70, headmaster Manchester gr. school
77-88, professor of Greek at Belfast 90.

Palmer, Edwin, fellow 4567, hon. fellow 78, canon of
Christ Church, where see page 403.

Fisher, Walter William, born in London 18 Oct.,
1842 ; is. William Ellis-Birkbeck, gent. Wor-
cester, matric. 27 April, 67, aged 24 (from
school); postmaster Merton 68-71, B.A. 71 ; fellow
Corpus Christi 71-4, M.A. 73 (Honours:— 1
natural science 70, 4 classics 71) ; Aldrichian
demonstrator of chemistry 73, lecturer and tutor
natural science, Balliol, 74-9, examiner 77-8, 90-1 ;
public analyst for Oxford and the counties of Oxford,
Berks and Bucks.

Case, Thomas, fellow Brasenose 68-70, of Corpus
Christi 82-90, and of Magdalen 90, where see
page 315.





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PROFESSOR.

Legge, rev. James, born at Huntly, Aberdeenshire, 20
Dec, 1815; 4s. Ebenezer, arm. ; of Corpus Christi
9 June, 76, aged 6o, (educated at Huntly and Aber-
deen gr. school), of King's college, Lond. , and
Aberdeen university 31, M.A. 35, hon. LL.D.
Aberdeen 70, and Edinburgh 84, D.D. New York
university 42 ; Chinese missionary at Malacca 39-43,
and at Hong Kong 43-73' locum tenens Anglo-
Chinese college at Malacca 40 ; professor of Chinese
language and literature at Oxford 76, M.A. by
decree 20 June, 76, edited and translated the Chinese
classics. See Men and Women of the Time.



BURSAR.

Lightfoot, Henry Le Blanc, born at Wootton,
Northants, , 1850; 4s. John Prideaux, D. D. ,

rector of Exeter Coll. University Coll., matric.
23 Oct., 68, aged 18 (from Radley college), B.A. 72,
M.A. 92 ; bursar Corpus Christi 92.



OTHER RESIDENT MEMBERS OF
CONGREGATION.

Arkell, Thomas Norman, born 1864; is.

John, cler. Corpus Christi, matric. 19 Oct., 82,
aged 18, (from Magdalen coll. school), B.A. 86,
M.A. 89 ; Honours: — 3 classical mods. 84, 4 law
86.

Brabant, Frederick Gaspard, born at Great Marlow,
Bucks, 1855 ; is. Herbert, D.Med. Corpus

Christi, matric. 21 Oct. , 73, aged 18 (from Tiverton
school), scholar 73 8, B.A. 77, M.A. 80 ; Honours :
— 1 mathematical mods. 74, 1 classical mods. 75, 1
classics tj.

Chavasse, Francis James, born at Edgbaston, to.
Warwick, 27 Sept., 1846 ; 5s. Thomas, arm.
Corpus Christi, matric. 16 Oct., 65, aged 19,
B.A. 69, M.A. 72 (Honours : — 3 classical mods.
67, 1 law and history 69), select preacher 88 ; rector
of St. Peter le Bailey, Oxford, 78, principal of
Wycliffe Hall, Oxford, 89.

Macdonell, Arthur Antony, born at Mozuffarpur,
India, 11 May, 1855 ; is. Alexander Anthony, colonel
in Indian army. Corpus Christi, matric. 17 Oct.,
76, aged 21 (from Gottingen gymnasium and
university); exhibitioner 7680, B.A. 80, M.A. 83
(Honours:- — Taylorian (German) scholarship 76,
Chinese scholarship j-j, Boden Sanskrit scholarship
78, 2 classical mods. 78, 3 classics 80), Taylorian
teacher of German 80, deputy professor of Sanskrit
88, examiner Oriental studies 88-90, Ph.D. Leipzic84.

Massie, John, born at Newton-le-Willows, co. Lane,
3 Dec. , 1842 ; is. Robert, arm. Exhibitioner St.
John's, Cambridge, 62 (from Atherstone school),
scholar 64, B.A. 66, M.A. 70 (Honours : — 4th in
2nd class in Cambridge classical tripos 66) ; incor-
porated 9 Dec, 86, from Corpus Christi, senior
tutor Mansfield college 86.




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CORPUS CHRISTI COMMONERS.



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§>cl)olat0,' OErJ)itnticiner0, + anti Commoners.

Of tvhom biographical notices appear in the Matriculations 1880-92.



♦Bartlett, William
*Elton, Oliver
*Godley, John C.
*Matthews, Frank H.
*Stern, Henry A.
fTylee, Charles H.
■j-Adams, Arthur
fRoskill, John H. (79)
+de Haviland, Reg. S.
Carr, Thomas W. (+81)
Rogers, John T.
Thorpe, James C.
Green, Leonard
Ackerley, Richard
Campion, Charles T.
Carter, Langham
Williams, Arthur
Wilson, Robert W. W.



*Ozanne, Robert J. T.
*Cholmeley, Robert F.
*Newbolt, Henry J.
*Simey, Ralph I.
♦Warren, Alfred T.
fSimpkinson, Edward F.
•f-Lowndes, Ernest C.
fLittlewood, Thos. H. (*82)
Ethelston, Arthur A.
Clemons, John S.
Fraser, Alexander E.
Hastings, James F.
Hornby, Gerald F.
Lewis, George H.
Macdonald, Alexander (+82)
Myrtle, Frederick S.
Powell, Herbert A.
Silver, Ernest W.
Wallace, George W. (+82)

1882.

♦Atkinson, Arthur R.
♦Carter, Cyril R.
♦House, Harry H.
♦Kirby, Edward
*Peile James H. F.



♦McNeill, Duncan
♦Smith, Hubert L.
fGardiner, Edward N.
Griffith, Clement W. H.
Baker, George H. (+84)
Soulsby, Basil H.
Behrens, George B.
Smith, Percy
Williams, Stephen G.
Worthington, Percy S.
Holme, Randle F. W.
Brock, Harry
Chaplin, Edward J. M.
King, William J.
Owen, Loftus M.
Riddell, Edward F.
Savigny, William H.



♦Chisholm, Hugh
♦Coore, George B. M.
♦Langridge, Arthur B.
♦Phillips, Sidney A.
♦Pullinger, Frank
♦Swift, Benjamin R.
♦Whicker, Walter G. S.
Rashleigh, Edward S. (+85)
Ellice, William H.
Schneider, Edward O.
Foster, Joseph P. T.
Copleston, John H. H.
Cooper, Leonard
Pugh, Lewis P. E.
Ark wright, Hubert S.
Townshend, Arthur E.



♦Chambers, Edmund K.
♦Hammond, Henry E. D.
♦Harvey, Eustace J.
♦Ward, Herbert
♦Stephenson, Stuart
fEvans, Gilbert L.
f Mellish, Peter B.
Latham, John M. (+86)
Watney, John S.
Robinson, John G.
Milliken, Kenneth E.



•(-Worship, William H. E. (79) Duncan, George A.



fRobinson, Percy
Sproston, William M. S.
Arkell, Thomas N.
Beach, John N.
Brown, Thomas B.
Burnett, Thomas M.
Castlehow, William
Connal, Benjamin M. (+83)
Crailsheim, Francis W.
Dunne, Charles W.
Hext, George K.
Michell, James E.
Mitchell, John T.
Mosley, Godfrey
Keerl, Eversfield F.



'Blagden, Charles O.
'Campbell, John G. D.
*Hobhouse, Leonard T.



Shore-Smith, Louis H.
Weekes, Charles H.
Caldicott, John C.
Andrew, John C.
Beck with, Sidney
Currie, Charles S.
White, Leonard H. (+87)



♦Latter, Hugh
♦Milne, Joseph G.
♦Proctor, Robert G. C.
♦Radcliffe, Alan F.
♦Rendall, Godfrey A. H.
♦Young, James F.
Turner, Charles H.
Caldicott, Arthur H.
Lyon, Herbert
Charlesworth, Guy T.
Tupholme, Wilfred S.



James, William E.
Allen, John H. H.
Russell, William
Ellis, Philip J.
Kingsford, Edward L.
Easton, James M.
Mowatt, Francis H.
Firth, Charles H. B.
Puxley, Henry E. L.
Harrison, Thomas
Muntz, Duncan A.
Lamprill, Edward A.



1887.

♦Taylor, Arthur
♦Barratt, John B. S.
♦Brackenbury, Henry L.
♦Grindle, Gilbert E. A.
♦Walker, Dawson
♦Winbolt, Samuel E.
+Fowler, Arthur J.
Hunt, Robert W.
Southby, Francis F.
Schwann, Henry S.
Nettlefold, Frederick J.
Todhunter, Arthur L.
Ramsay, William A.
Jones, Evan B.
Young, Francis G.
Hughes, Leonard
Thome, Frederick G.
Oakshott, George H.



* Allen, Percy S.
•Burnaby, Robert B.
*Cassel, Felix M. S. (hon. 90)
*Cotton, Julian J.
♦Leech man, Alley ne
•Pocock, Theodore I.
fWright, Henry N.
fEvans, John Y.
Wethered, Herbert N.
Lund, Reginald W.
Briscoe, Alfred L.
Francis, Walter
Egerton, William
Thompson, Arnold T.
Dunbabin, Robert L. (+90)



Sparrow, Isaac
Gates, Arthur C.
Weigall, Cecil E.
Kirton, William F.
Willis, Frederic E. dAnyers



1890.

♦Allen, Arthur H. B.
♦Biggin, Thomas
♦Cholmeley, Roger J.
♦Cooke, Arthur G.
♦Hailey, William M.
♦Piggott, Henry H.
♦Tombleson, James B.
+Bell, James A. W.
fShepherd, Ernest B. S.
Lowenthal, Sidney J.
Henning, Edward N.
Smith, Arthur W.
Speke, Frederick J.
Fyfe, Andrew J.
Wahl, Adelbert E. A.
Wynn-Williams, Ernest
Jones, David A.
Hives, Charles Vesey
Waldron, James B.



1891.

♦Balfour, Charles F.
♦Braidwood, Harold L.
♦Childs, William C.
♦Coupland, Herbert
♦Simon, Sidney A.
♦Stowell, Vere A.
♦Vern^de, Arthur H.
+Tindall, Gilbert J.
-(-Sanger, William
fRankin, James R. L. (hon.)
Jackson, George E.
Raikes, Frederick M.
Callaway, Robert F.
Williams, John L.
Arnould, Henry L.
Caldicott, Cecil B.
Arrowsmith, Richard S.
Deakin, Carrick R.



♦Alison, Arthur J.
♦Allen, Basil C.
*Butler, Thomas H.
•Reade, Herbert V.
♦Rigg, Arthur E.
♦Sharpley, Hugo
♦Warman, Arthur S.
fjohnston, Prideaux S.
•fSmith, Henry C.
Curwen, Alan de L.
Welby, Edward E. E.
Hore, Leslie F. S.
Lawes, Edward T. H.
Arkwright, Richard E. St. A,
Thorold, Harry G.



1892.

♦Blagden, Claude M.
♦Conacher, Hugh M.
♦Headlam, Maurice F.
♦Henriques, Quentin Q.
♦Lawton, Edward
♦Smallwood, Arthur W.
♦Stutchbury, Harold O.
♦Turing, Julius M.
+Brodrick, William J. H.
fCornes, Julian
Willis, Evelyn dAnyers
Maxwell, Charles F. M.
Matterson, Robert de M.
Wilson, Reginald F.
Purcell, Stephen V.
Winterbotham, Henry N.
Worsey, Frederick W.
Clauss, Bruno G.




XIII.-CHRIST CHURCH.




RIGINALLY the foundation of Christ Church was due to the munifi"
cence of Cardinal Wolsey, who, recognising that the downfall of the
Monastic system in England was imminent, resolved to divert the
revenues of at least some of the regular clergy to the endowment of
secular clergy and the advancement of learning.

In 1524 Wolsey first gained possession of St. Frideswide's Monas-
tery granted to him by King Henry VIII. and suppressed by Pope
Clement VII. ; and this Pope by a Bull dated September, 1524, and
confirmed by the King 7 January, 152*, allowed Wolsey to appropriate
the revenues of many more of the smaller monasteries and to confer
them upon his projected foundation.

In 1525 was laid the first stone of Cardinal College, which was
entitled " Collegium Thomae Wolsey Cardinalis Eboracensis. "

For this the three Western Bays of St. Frideswide's Church were
pulled down as well as the West side of the Cloister, because these
interfered with the plan of the Great Quadrangle ; but Wolsey left
untouched the Chapter House, the Prior's House, now the lodgings ot
the Canon of the I I nd Stall, and the Refectory.

By 1529 the Kitchen, the East and South sides and nearly all the
West side of the Great Quadrangle were built ; and by this time the first Dean, John Hygden, and a certain
number of those who were to constitute the earliest Foundation were settled in the College.

But upon Wolsey 's attainder all he had destined for Cardinal College lapsed to the King, who in 1532
refounded it under the title of King Henry the Eighth's College ; of this also John Hygden was appointed Dean ;
and he was succeeded by John Oliver.

In 1545 the King again took into his own power the College with all its possessions, and on 4 Nov., 1546, by
letters patent, combined the lately created Cathedral of Oxford and the College just dissolved into one
Foundation styled " Ecclesia Christi Cathedralis Oxon. ex fundatione Regis Henrici Octavi," of which the first
Dean was Richard Cox. This Foundation began its corporate existence on 14 Jan., I54r-

Though the King had granted away many of the endowments intended by Wolsey for Cardinal College, he



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