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12 July, 1540, fellow All Souls' 1541, principal of
New Inn Hall 1545-8, D.C.L. suppld. April 1548 ;
an advocate of Doctors' Commons 1548, a master in
chancery and of the court of requests, judge of the
high court of admiralty, M.p. Steyning Oct. — Dec,
1553, Monmouthshire Nov., 1554 — January 1555,
master of St. Katharine's hospital, London, died in
the college of Doctors' Commons, 27 April, 1584,
buried at Abergavenny 24 May following. See
Foster's Alumni Oxonienses 901;.

2. Lloyd, Griffith or Griffin, B.C.L. ; principal 1572 ;
s. Hugh Llewellin Llwyd, of Llanllyr, co. Cardigan.
Chaplain of New Coll. in and before 1564 (as
Floyd), fellow All Souls' 1566, B.C.L. 20 April,
1572, D.C.L. 3 July, 1576, regius professor of civil
law 1577-86, chancellor to the bishop of Oxford ;
M.P. co. Cardigan 1586, died in Doctors' Commons
26 Nov., 1586, buried in St. Bennet, Paul's Wharf;
will at Oxford dated 14 July, 1587. See Al. Ox. 924.

3. BevartS, Francis, D.C.L. ; principal Dec, 1586;
of Broadgates Hall 1572 (from Carmarthenshire) ;
fellow All Souls' 1573, B.C.L. 31 Oct., 1579
(incorporated at Cambridge 1581), D.C.L. 9 July,
1583, principal of New Inn Hall 1585-6 ; chancellor
of the diocese of Hereford 1587, an advocate of
Doctors' Commons 1590, m.p. Bishops Castle 1593,
died in 1602, buried in Hereford cathedral. See Al.
Ox. 119.

4. Williams, John, D.D. ; principal 17 May, 1602 ;
born in Carmarthenshire; scholar Corpus Christi
1569 (as Thomas), B.A. 14 Jan., 1573-4, M.A. 29
March, 1577; fellow All Souls' 1579, B. D. 27
June, 1594, D.D. 12 July, 1597, Margaret professor
of divinity 1594-1613, vice-chancellor 1604, suppld.
for licence to preach 6 Feb., 1611-12 ; rector of
Llandrinio, co. Montgomery 1594, dean of Bangor
1605, until his death 4 Sept., 1613, buried in St.
Michael's, Oxon, will at Oxford made on the date of
his death. See Al. Ox. 1640.

5. Powell, Griffith, M.A. and B.C.L., ; principal
8 Sept. , 1613 ; s. Thomas, of Llansawell, co. Car-
marthen. Jesus Coll., matric 24 Nov., 1581,
aged 20, B.A. 28 Feb., 1583-4, M.A. 21 June, 1589,
B.C.L. suppld. 12 July, 1593, D.C.L. suppld. 23 July,
1599, principal of his college 1613, until his death
-28 June, 1620, buried in St. Michael's, Oxford ; will
at Oxford proved 15 June, 1621, as M.A. See Al.
Ox. 1 191.

6. Mansell, Francis, M.A. ; principal 3 July, 1620,
resigned about May 1621 ; 3s. sir Francis, of Mud-
dlescomb, co. Carmarthen, bart. Jesus Coll.,
matric. 20 Nov., 1607, aged 18, B.A. 20 Feb. , 1608-9,
3 July, 1624; the famous royalis principal 1620-1,
M.A. 5 July, 161 1 ; fellow All Souls',

B. and D. D. and again Oct. , 1630 until deprived in
1648, restored 1660, resigned 1661 ; rector of Easing-
ton, Oxon, 1630, and of Elmley Chapel, Kent, 1631,
prebendary of St. David's, treasurer of Llandaff
1631, deprived 1648, died 1 May, 1665, buried in the
college chapel. See Al Ox. 967.

7. Thelwall, sir Eubule, M.A. ; principal May, 1621 ;
5s. John, of Batharvan Park, co. Denbigh ; scholar
Trinity Coll. , Cambridge, 1572 (from Westminster
school), B.A. 1576-7; incorporated 14 July, 1579, M.A.
Oxon, 13 June, 1580; of Plas Coch, bar.-at-law,
Gray's Inn, 1599, treasurer 1625, a master of aliena-
tion office 1579, and a master in chancery 1617,
knighted 29 June, 1619, m.p. co. Denbigh 1624-5,
1626, 1628-9, principal of Jesus Coll. (Oxford), 1621,



until his death 8 Oct., 1630, aged 68, buried in the
college chapel, a benefactor to his college. See Al.
Ox. 1469.

( — ) Mansell, Francis, D.D. ; principal again Oct.,
1630, deprived by the parliamentary visitors 1648.
See above.
8- Roberts, Michael, B.D. , intruded principal 22
May, 1648, by the parliamentary visitors, resigned
Oct., 1657; B.A. Trinity Coll. , Dublin, 1620, M.A.
1623 ; incorporated at Cambridge 1624, and at
Oxford 13 July, 1624 ; fellow Jesus Coll., B.D. 8
July, 1630, D.D. 6 April, 1649; perhaps vicar of
Llanbadrig 1628, and rector of Llanengrad, co.
Anglesea, 1631, and vicar of Llangonoyd, co.
Glamorgan, 1639, buried in St. Peter's churchyard,
Oxford, 3 May, 1679 ('rich though obscure') ; will
at Oxford 2 June following. See Al. Ox. 1263.
9. Howell, Francis, M.A. , intruded principal 24
Oct. , 1657, by Oliver Cromwell, until the restoration ;
s. Thomas, of Gwinnear, Cornwall, pleb. Exeter,
matric 24 July, 1642, aged 17, created M.A. 14
April, 1648, fellow and Greek reader 1648-58, proctor
1652, Whyte professor of moral philosophy 1654-7,
principal of his college 1657, until the restoration
when he became a "non-conformist and conven-
ticler " in and near to London, died at Bethnal
Green 8 or 10 March, 1679, and was buried in the
phanatical burying place, joining to the artillery yard
by Bunhill fields near to London. See Al. Ox. 755.

( — ) Mansell, Francis, D.D. , president, restored 1
Aug., 1660, resigned the following year. See above.

10. Jenkins, sir Leoline, D.C.L. , principal 1 March,
1660-1, resigned April 1673; s - Leoline, of Llanble-
thian, co. Glamorgan, pleb. Jesus Coll., matric.
4 June, 1641, aged 16, fellow 1660, D.C.L. 12 Feb.,
1660-1 ; a member of Gray's Inn 1667, advocate of
Doctors' Commons 1674, judge of high court of
admiralty 1668-73, and of prerogative court of Can-
terbury 1668-75, served in various diplomatic
missions, ambassador to Cologne 1673, an< I to
Nimeguen 1675 '< knighted 7 Jan. , 1669, one of the
principal secretaries of state 1680-4, °f tne privy
council to Chas. II. and James II., m.p. Hythe
(Feb.), 1673-8, and for the university 1679, until his
death in London 1 Sept., 1685. SeeAl. Ox. 808.

11. Lloyd, John, B.D., principal 24 April, 1673, re-
signed about Oct., 1686; s. Morgan, of Pen'.aine,
co. Carmarthen. Merton, matric. 10 March,
1656-7, B.A. 12 Oct., 1659; fellow Jesus Coll.,
M.A. 1662, B.D. 15 March, 1669-70, D.D. 1674,
vice-chancellor 1682-5 ; rector of Landawke, co.
Carmarthen, 1668-87, °f Langwm, 1671, and of
Burton, co. Pembroke, 1672, precentor 1673, an d
treasurer of Llandaff cathedral 1679, bishop of St.
David's Oct., 1686, until his death in college 12 Feb.
following, probate at Oxford 21 Feb. following,
buried in the college chapel. See Al. Ox. 926.

12. Edwards, Jonathan, B.D., principal 2 Nov.,
1686 ; servitor of Christ Church 1655, from
Wrexham, co. Denbigh ; matriculated 15 June,
1657, B.A. 1659; fellow Jesus Coll. 1662, M.A.
1662 (incorporated at Cambridge 1668), B.D. 15
March, 1669-70, D.D. 1 Dec, 1686, vice-chancellor
1689-92; rector of Kiddington, Oxon, 1666-87, °f
Llandyssil, co. Cardigan, 1687, treasurer of Llandaff
cathedral 1687, vicar of Clynnogvawr, co. Carnarvon,
1687, prebendary of Sarum 1691, and rector of
Longworth, Berks, 1698, until he died 20 June (or
July), 171 2, aged 73, buried in the college chapel ,
M.I. ; will at Oxford proved 8 Sept., 1712. See Al,
Ox. 449.



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PRINCIPALS OF JESUS COLLEGE.



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13. Wynne, John, D.D., principal 11 Aug., 1712, re-
signed 28 May, 1720 ; s. Humphrey, of Llangan-
havell, co. Denbigh, gent. Jesus Coll., matric. 31
March, 1682, aged 16, B.A. 1685, fellow, M.A. 1688,
B.D. 1696, D.D. 24 Jan., 1705-6, Margaret professor
of divinity 1705-15, author of the history of Wales ;
vicar of Nantglyn, 1696, rector of Evenechtyd 1698,
vicar of Llansilin (all) co. Denbigh, 1706, rector of
Llandissil, co. Cardigan, 1713, canon of Worcester
1706, and of Westminster 1721, bishop of St. Asaph
1716-27, and of Bath and Wells 1727, until his death
at Soughton, Flints, 15 July, 1743. See Al. Ox.
1694.

14. Jones, William, B.D., principal 16 June, 1720;
born at Kidwelly, co. Carmarthen, 26 Feb., 1676;
2S. David, of Trevonis, co. Carmarthen. Jesus
Coll., matric. 27 Feb., 1693-4, aged 18 (from
Swansea his father's school), B.A. 16 Oct., 1697,
fellow, M.A. 1 June, 1700, B.D. 1 July, 1708, D.D.
11 July, 1720 ; rector of Longworth, Berks, 1717,
until his death 7 Dec, 1725, buried in the college
chapel ; will at Oxford proved 29 Nov. , 1725. See
Al. Ox. 832.

15. Thelwall, Eubule, B.D., principal 7 Dec, 1725 ;
s. Edward, of Ruthenton, co. Denbigh, pleb. St.
Mary Hall, matric. 31 March, 1699, aged 17; fellow
Jesus Coll., B.A. 1702, M.A. 1705, B.D. 1713, D.D.
17 March, 1725-6 ; vicar of North Leigh, Oxon,
1713-25, rector of Longworth, Berks, 1725-7, of
Llandyssil, co. Cardigan, 1726, of Clynnogvawr, co.
Carnarvon, 1726, and of Rotherfield Peppard, Oxon,

1726, until his death 20 June, 1727, buried in the
college chapel, admon. at Oxford following. See
Al. Ox. 1469.

16. Pard.0, Thomas, B. D. , principal 10 July, 1727 ; s.
T(homas), of Kidwelly, co. Carmarthen, pleb. Jesus
Coll., matric. 7 March, 1704-5, aged 17, B.A.
1708, M.A. 1711, B.D. 16 March, 1718-19 (incor-
porated at Cambridge 1719), D.D. 1727; rector of
Rhosily, co. Glamorgan, 1717, cursal canon St.
David's 1725, vicar of Lanarth, co. Cardigan, 1726,
rector of Clynnogvawr, co. Carnarvon, 1726, of
Longworth, Berks, 1727, of Llandyssil, co. Cardigan,

1727, and of Rotherfield Peppard, Oxon, 1727,
chancellor of St. David's 1749-53, died 22 April,
1763, buried in the college chapel. See Al. Ox.
1112.

17. Owen, Humphrey, D.D. , principal 11 May, 1763 ;
s. Humphrey, of Myvod, co. Montgomery, gent.
Jesus Coll., matric. 17 Nov., 1718, aged 16, B.A.
1722, fellow, M.A. 1725, B.D. 1733, D.D. 1763,
Bodley's librarian 1747-68; rector of Tredington



(2nd portion) co. Worcester, 1744-63, of Rotherfield
Peppard, Oxon, 1763, of Llandyssil, co. Cardigan,
1763, and of Clynnogvawr, co. Carnarvon, 1763,
until his death March, 1768, buried in the college
chapel. See Al. Ox. ii. 105 1.

18. Hoare, Joseph, B.D. , principal 9 April, 1768; s.
Joseph, of Cardigan, co. Glamorgan, pleb. Jesus
Coll., matric. 14 March, 1726-7, aged 18, B.A.
1730, fellow, M.A. 1733, B.D. 1741, D.D. 1768;
rector of Longworth, Berks, 1761-9, of Turweston,
Bucks, 1762, and of Llandyssil, co. Cardigan, 1768,
until his death 26 May, 1802, aged 96. See Al. Ox.
ii. 668.

19. Hughes, David, D.D., principal 1802; s. John, of
Llanrwst, co. Denbigh, pleb. Jesus Coll., matric.
7 April, 1770, aged 16, B.A. 1773, fellow, M.A.
1776, B.D. 1783, D.D. 1790; rector of Besselsleigh,
Berks, 1783-1817, of Yelford, Oxon, 1789- 1807, of
Clynnogvawr, co. Carnarvon, 1802, sinecure rector of
Llandyssil, co. Cardigan, 1802, until his death 7
March, 1817. See Al. Ox. ii. 705.

20. Foulkes, Henry, D.D., principal 1817 ; s. John,
of Henllan, co. Denbigh, arm. Jesus Coll.,
matric 10 July, 1790, aged 17, B.A. 1794, fellow
i79(o)-i8i7, M.A. 1797, B.D. 1804, D.D. 1817 ;
rector of Yelford, Oxon, 1815, of Besselsleigh, Berks,
1817, of Llandyssil, co. Cardigan (sinecure) 1817, and
of Clynnogvawr, co. Carnarvon, 1817, until his
death 17 Sept., 1857. See Al. Ox. ii. 484.

21. Williams, Charles, D.D., principal 1857; born
at Cowbridge, co. Glamorgan, 1807 ; 3s. William,
cler. Jesus Coll., matric. 22 May, 1823, aged 16
from Cowbridge school), scholar 1824-9, B.A. 1827,
fellow 1829-45, M.A. 1830, B.D. 1837, tutor 1839-45,
D.D. 1858 (Honours: — 1 classics and 2 mathe-
matics 1827), select preacher 1846, and 1858; per-
petual curate Holyhead 1845-57, hon. canon of
Bangor 1857, until his death 17 Oct., 1877. See
Al. Ox. ii. 1559.

22. Harper, Hugo Daniel, D.D., principal 1877;
born at Kilybebyll, co. Glamorgan, May, 1821 ;
o.s. Thomas, gent. Jesus Coll., matric. 19 June,
1840, aged 19 (from Christ's hospital), scholar 1840-5,
B.A. 1844, fellow 1845-51, M.A. 1847, B. and D.D.
1878 (Honours:— 2 classics and 1 mathematics
1844, mathematical scholarship, senior, 1845, and
Johnson's 1845) ; head master Cowbridge school
1847-50, and of Sherborne school 1850-77, preby. of
Salisbury 1871-82, rector of Clynnog-vawr, co. Car-
narvon, 1878-82, and of Besselsleigh, Berks, 1882.
See Al. Ox. ii. 710.






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FELLOWS OF JESUS COLLEGE.



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FELLOWS.

Morice, rev. Thomas Richards, born at Llanbadarn-
fawr, co. Cardigan, , 1829 ; 3s. James,

gent. Jesus Coll., matric. 6 May, 47, aged 18
(from school), scholar 49-52, B.A. 51,

fellow 52, M.A. 53 (Honours : — 3 classics 51) ;
curate of St. Paul's, Oxford, 53-4.

Griffiths, John, born at Llangendeirne, co. Carmar-
then, July, 1837; 2s. James, gent. Jesus Coll.,
matric. 11 March, 56, aged 18 (from Cowbridge
school), scholar 57-61, B.A. 60, M.A. 62, fellow 63,
tutor 64 [Honours : — 1 mathematical mods. 57,
junior mathematical scholarship 58, 1 mathematics
60, senior mathematical scholarship 62 (proxime
accessit 61)], examiner in mathematics 71-2, 84, 5, 6,
mathematical moderator 76, 7, 80, 1, 2, lecturer
Queen's 73, and mathematical lecturer Worcester
73-8.

Thomas, Llewelyn, born at Llanbeblig, co. Carnar-
von, 14 Nov. , 1840 ; 2s. Thomas, canon of Bangor.
Jesus Coll., matric. 26 April, 60, aged 19 (from
Cheltenham and Beaumaris gr. schools), scholar
60-5, B.A. 64, M.A. 68, fellow 72, tutor and Welsh
reader 73-80 (Honours : — 2 classical mods. 62,
English verse 63, 3 classics 64), chaplain 83, vice-
principal and lecturer 82; rector of Nutneld, Surrey,
80-2.

Hughes, rev. William Hawker, born at Blaenan, co.
Monmouth, 31 July, 1845 ; 2s. James, rector of
Llanhilleth, co. Mon. , 43. Jesus Coll., matric.
19 June, 62, aged 18, scholar 63-7, B.A. 67, fellow
72, M.A. 73, tutor 76 (Honours: — 1 classical mods.
64, 2 classics 66), dean and chaplain 83, proctor 88.

Winton, Frederick Henry de, born at Boughrood, co.
Radnor, 19 Jan., 1852; 2s. Henry, cler. Balliol,
matric. 20 April, 71, aged 19 (from Uppingham
school), exhibitioner 71-5, B.A. 75 ; fellow Jesus
Coll., 76, M.A. 76 (Honours : — 1 classical mods.
72, 2 classics 75); incumbent of St. Mark's, Badulla,
and chaplain to the bishop of Colombo 79-84,
incumbent of St. John, Kalutara, etc., Colombo,
84.

Ritchie, David George, born at Jedburgh, n.b. , Oct.,
1853; o.s. George, cler. Balliol, matric. 26 May,
74, aged 18 (from Edinburgh university), exhibitioner
74-8, B.A. 78 ; fellow Jesus Coll. 78, M.A. 81,
tutor 81 (Honours : — 1 classical mods. 75, 1 classics
78) ; a student of the Inner Temple 77.

Rhys, John, born at Llanbadarn Fawr, co. Cardigan,
21 June, 1840; is. Hugh, gent. Jesus Coll.,
matric. 25 Oct., 65, aged 25 (from Bangor training
coll.); fellow Merton 69-73, B.A. 70, M.A. 73
(Honours: — 2 classical mods. 67, 1 classics 69);
hon. fellow Jesus Coll. 77-81, fellow 81 and bursar;
professor of Celtic 77, Hibbert lecturer 86 ; on
Welsh Land Commission 93, ll.d. Edin. 15 April,
93-



Lindsay, Wallace Martin, born at Pittenweem, co.
Fife, , 1858 ; 7s. Alexander, cler. Balliol,

matric. 17 Oct., 77, aged 19 (from Edinburgh
academy and Glasgow university), exhibitioner 77-
82, B.A. 81; fellow Jesus Coll. 82, M.A. 85;
Honours : — 1 classical mods. 78, proxime accessit
Hertford scholarship 79, accessit Ireland scholarship

81, 1 classics 81, Craven scholarship 83.
Wharton, Edward Ross, born at Rhyl, Flints, 4 Aug.,

1844 ; 2s. Henry James, cler. Trinity, matric. 17
Oct. 63, aged 19 (from the Charterhouse), scholar
62-7, B.A. 68 ; fellow Jesus Coll. 68-71, and since

82, M.A. 70 (Honours: — proxime accessit Hertford
scholarship 64, Ireland scholarship 65, 1 classical
mods. 65, 1 classics 67, proxime accessit Craven
scholarship 69), classical moderator 74 and 77.

Evans, William Franklen, born at Wick, co. Gla-
morgan, 13 Aug., 1854; 4s. Edward, cler. Jesus
Coll., matric. 21 Oct., 73, aged 19 (from Cow-
bridge school), scholar 73-8, B.A. 77, M.A. 80,
fellow 90 (Honours : — 3 classical mods. 75, 1
natural science 77) ; assistant master Felstead gr.
sch. 78-90, headmaster Cowbridge gr. sch. 90, and
perpetual curate Talygarn 90.

HONORARY FELLOWS.

Morris, Lewis, born in St. Peter's Carmarthen, Jan.,
1833; is. Lewis, of that town. Jesus Coll.,
matric. 26 June, 51, aged 18 (from Cowbridge and
Sherborne schools), scholar 55, B.A. 56, M.A. 58,
hon. fellow 77 (Honours: — 1 classical mods. 53,
1 classics 55, English essay 58) ; bar.-at-law, Lin-
coln's Inn, 61, sometime secretary Reform Club,
joint hon. secretary Aberystwith university since 79,
author of "The Epic of Hades " and other poems.

Dawkins, William Boyd, born at Buttington, co.
Montgomery, 26 Dec. , 1838 ; is. Richard, vicar.
Jesus Coll., matric. 24 March, 57, aged 19 (from
Rossall school), scholar 59-62, B.A. 60, M.A. 65,
hon. fellow 82 (Honours : — 2 classical mods. 59,
1 natural science 60, Burdett-Coutts scholarship 61),
Lyell medallist 89, and examiner in natural science
89, 90; geologist and osteologist; assistant geologist
62 and geologist to geological survey of Great
Britain 67, curator of the Manchester museum 69,
geology lecturer 70, and professor of Owens coll. 74,
president Manchester geological society 74, f.r.s. ,
F. G. S. , etc. See Men and Wotne?i of the Time.

Stokes, Whitley (c.S.L, CLE.), born 28 Feb., 1830; s.
William, professor of medicine in Dublin university.
B.A. Trinity Coll., Dublin, 52, hon. LL.D.
68; hon. fellow Jesus Coll. 82, created D.C.L. 17
June, 85 ; bar.-at-law, Inner Temple, 55, secretary
(legislative department) government in India, and
law member of the council of the governor general
77-82, and president of the Indian law commission
79, hon. LL.D Edinburgh, C.S.L 1 Jan., 77, CLE.
1 Jan., 78. See Men and Women of the Time.





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Briscoe, Thomas, born at Wrexham, co. Denbigh,
1814; 2s. Richard, gent. Jesus Coll. ,
matric. 24 March, 30, aged 16 (from school),

scholar 32-4, B.A. 33, fellow 34-59, M.A. 36, B.D.
43, D.D. 68, tutor 35-9, 43-7 (Honours: — 1 classics
33) ; vicar of Holyhead, Flints, 57, chancellor of
Bangor cathedral jj.

Lewis, rev. David, born at Llanddeiniol, co Cardigan,
1815 ; is. Evan, gent. Jesus Coll. , matric.
6 March, 34, aged 19 (from school), scholar

34-9, B A. 37, fellow 39-46, M.A. 40 ; sometime
curate of St. Mary the Virgin, Oxford, 46, became
a Roman Catholic.

Jones, Hugh, born at Holywell, Flints, 1815 ;

is. Edward, pleb. Jesus Coll., matric, 25 Oct.,
32, aged 17 (from school], scholar 34-9,

B.A. 36, M.A. 39, fellow 39-45 (Honours 1—3
classics 36) ; vicar of Holywell, Flints, 44-68, rector
of Llanrwst, co. Denbigh, 68, preb. 50, chancellor
90, and archdeacon of St. Asaph 92.

Gilbertson, Lewis, born at Doletettwr (?Dothie-
Pisgottwr), co. Cardigan, 1815; 3s. William

Cobb, arm. Trinity, matric. 24 Jan. , 33, aged 18
(from school), scholar Jesus Coll. 35-40,

B.A. 36, M.A. 39, fellow 40-71, B.D. 47 (Honours:— 3
classics 36) ; perpetual curate Llangorwen 41-52,
rector of Braunston, Northants, 70.



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Ffoulkes, Edmund Salusbury, born at Henllan, co.
Denbigh, 12 Jan., 1819 ; 3s. John, lieut.-col. R.
Denbigh militia. Jesus Coll., matric. 9 Nov., 37,
aged 18 (from Shrewsbury school), scholar 37-42.
B.A. 41, M.A. 44, fellow 42-54, tutor 48, B.D. 51
(Honours : — 2 classics 41), examiner in theology
75-83, select preacher 75-6 ; rector of Wigginton,
Oxon, 76-8, vicar of St. Mary the Virgin, Oxford,
78. For list of his writings see Crockford.

Owen, rev. Robert, born at Dolgelly, co. Merioneth,

1820; 3s. David, gent. J esus Coll. , matric.
22 Nov., 38, aged 18 (from school), scholar

39-45, B.A. 42, M.A. 45, fellow 45-64, B.D. 52
(Honours :— 3 classics 42), law and history exam-
iner 59-60. For list of his writings see Crockford.

David, William, born at Radyr, co. Glamorgan,

1823; 4s. Evan, gent. Jesus Coll., matric. 17
Feb., 42, aged 18 (from Cowbridge school), scholar
42-5, B.A. 46, fellow 45-58, M.A. 48 (Honours :—
hon. 4 mathematics 46) ; held various curacies in
province of Ontario 50-6, rector of St. Fagan's,
Cardiff, 57.

Oakeley, William Bagnall, born at Mitcheltroy, co.
Monmouth, 1822 ; 3s. Thomas, gent. Jesus

Coll. , matric. 6 June, 40, aged 18 (from
school), scho ar 43-6, B.A. 44, fellow 46-54, M.A.
47 ; curate of Penalt, co. Monmouth, 48-71, lecturer
of Jones' almshouses Newland 71.

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Williams, Thomas, born at Llanellen, co. Monmouth,
1823; o.s. Thomas, cler. Jesus Coll.,
matric. 1 Dec, 42, aged 19 (from Abergavenny
school), scholar 45-6, B.A. 46, fellow 46-53, M.A.
49 (Honours: — 3 classics 46) ; vice-principal St.
Mark's college 52-64, headmaster Cowbridge gr.
school 64-70, rector of Rotherfield Peppard,
Oxon, 70-81, and of Aston Clinton 81.

Richardson, Thomas, born at St. Dogwells, co.
Pembroke, 18 Jan., 1826 ; is. Peter D. , cler.
Jesus Coll., matric. 2 May, 44, aged 18 (from
St. David's collegiate school), scholar 45-9, B.A. 48,
fellow 49-52, M.A. 51 ; curate 50-52, and vicar of
Fishguard, co. Pembroke, 52-4, minor canon of St.
David's and headmaster cathedral school 54-67,
vicar of Bayvill-cum-Moylgrove 67-77, °f Aberdovey
77 (both) co. Pembroke, and of Rhyl 78-90, vicar of
Northop (both Flints), 90, and canon of St. Asaph 90.

Jones, William Eccles, born at Llansillin, co. Denbigh,
1834 ; is. Walter, vicar 27-76. Jesus
Coll., matric. 4 March, 52, aged 18 (from Shrews-
bury school), scholar 53-9, B.A. 56, M.A. 58, fellow
59-81, vice-principal 73-81 ; Honours : — 2 classical
mods. 54, 2 classics 56.

Procter, John Mathias, born at Macclesfield, Cheshire,
1835 ! 2S - Edward, arm. Trinity,
matric. 12 June, 54, aged 18 (from Macclesfield
school), B.A. 58 ; fellow Jesus Coll. 59-65, M.A.
61 (Honours : — 2 classical mods. 56, 2 classics 58) ;
vicar of Barkingside and Aldborough Hatch, Essex,
64-78, rector of Laindon, Essex, 78-83, hon. canon
of St. Albans 82, rector of Thorley, Herts, 83, rural
dean Bishops Stortford 92.

ThursfielcL, James Richard, born at Kidderminster,
co. Worcester, 16 Nov., 1840; 2s. Thomas, gent.
Corpus Christi, matric. 15 Oct., 59, aged 18 (from
Merchant Taylors' school), scholar 59-64, B.A. 63 ;
fellow Jesus Coll. 64-81, M.A. 66, tutor 66-76,
proctor 75 (Honours : — 1 classical mods. 61, 1
classics 63), on the staff of " The Times."

Crowfoot, John Henchman, born at Beccles, Suffolk,
16 Oct., 1841 ; 2s. William Edward, gent. Trinity,
matric. 15 Oct., 60, aged 18 (from Rugby), scholar
61-6, B.A. 64; fellow Jesus Coll. 66-73, M.A. 67
(Honours : — 1 classical mods. 62, 1 classics 64) ;
rector of Wigginton, Oxon, 72-5, preb. and vice-
chancellor Lincoln cathedral 74.

Williams, Robert Edward, born at Denio, co. Car-
narvon, 1844 ; 3s. Cyril, gent. Jesus
Coll., matric. 8 May, 62, aged 18 (from Shrewsbury
school), scholar 62-7, B.A. 66, fellow 67-72, M.A.

68, Welsh reader 70 (Honours : — i classical mods.
64, 2 classics 66) ; rector of Tredington, co. Wor-
cester, 71.

Jayne, right rev. Francis John, born at Llanelly, co.
Brecon, 1 Jan., 1845; 2s. John, high sheriff, Brecon,
71. Wadham, matric. 16 Oct., 63, aged 18 (from
Rugby), scholar 63-8, Hody exhibitioner (Greek)
66-8, B.A. 68; fellow Jesus Coll. 68-79, MA - 7°.
D.D. by diploma 11 Dec. , 88 (Honours: — 1 classical
mods. 65, 1 classics, and 1 law and history 67,
Greek testament prize 70), tutor Keble 71-9, White-
hall preacher 75-7, examiner in theology 77-8-9, and
select preacher 84 ; principal St. David's college,
Lampeter, and sinecure rector of Llangeler 78-86,
vicar of Leeds 86-8, bishop of Chester 88.

Ormerod, Joseph Arderne, born at Starston, Norfolk,
7 April, 1848 ; 2s. Thomas Johnson, archdeacon of
Suffolk. Corpus Christi, matric. 23 Oct., 67,
aged 19 (from Rugby), scholar 67-71, B.A. 71 ; fellow
Jesus Coll. 71-5, M.A. and B.Med. 75, D.Med.
75 (Honours -.—Latin verse 69, 1 classical mods.

69, 2classics7o, 1 natural science 71); M.R.C.P.Lond.
77, M.R.c.s.Eng. 75. For list of his writings see
"The Medical Directory."



Illingworth, John Richardson, born in London 26
June, 1848 ; 2s. Edward Arthur, cler. Corpus
Christi, matric. 23 Oct., 67, aged 19 (from St.
Paul's school), scholar 67-72, B.A. 71 ; fellow Jesus
Coll. 72-84, M.A. 74, Greek lecturer 73, vice-
principal 81 (Honours : — 1 classical mods. 69, 1
classics 71), tutor Keble 72-82, select preacher 82
and 92 ; rector of Longworth, Berks, 83.

Dundas, Charles Leslie, born at Myton, Yorks,

1848 ; 3s. George Charles, cler. Brasenose,

24 May, 66, aged 18 (from Canterbury school),
scholar 66-9, B.A. 69; fellow Jesus Coll. 73-5,,
M.A. 74 (Honours:— 1 classical mods. 68, 1 theo-
logy 70, theological scholarship 71, Greek testament
prize 73) ; held various curacies 71-5, and 83-5, vicar
of Charlton Kings, co. Gloucester, 75-83, dean of
St. David's cathedral and rector of the cathedral
parish of Hobart 85.

Edwards, William, born at Denbigh 22 Jan., 1851 ;
2s. William, gent. Queen's, matric. 4 Feb. 70,



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