1744 ; s. George, of Salisbury, Wilts, arm. Wad-
ham, matric. 19 Feb., 1721-2, aged 17, B.A. 1725,
M.A. 1728, B.D. 1744, D.D. 22 Feb., 1745-6, bar.-
at-law, Lincoln's Inn, 1731 ; died 2 May, 1777, buried
at Salisbury. See Al. Ox. ii. 1620.
14. Gerard, James, M.A. , warden 5 May, 1777,
resigned 5 July, 1783 ; s. Joseph, rector of Monks
Risborough, Bucks. Wadham, matric. 29 April,
1757, aged 16, B.A. 1761, M.A. 1765, B. and D.D.
1777 ; rector of Somershall Herbert, co. Derby,
1778, and of Monks Risborough, Bucks, 1783, until
his death in college 14 Feb., 1789 ; married 17
June, 1783, Miss Temple, of Kentish town. See
A I. Ox. ii. 517.
15. Wills, John, M.A. , warden 29 Oct., 1783; born
at Seaborough, Somerset, 1741 ; s. John, gent.
Hertford, matric. 18 March, 1758, aged 17 ;
scholar Wadham 1758, B.A. 1761, fellow 1765,
M.A. 1765, B. and D.D. 1783, vice-chancellor 1792-6 ;
vicar of Headington, Oxon, 1776, rector of Shalden,
Hants, 1776-7, of Tydd St. Mary, co. Lincoln, 1778,
and of Seaborough, Somerset, 1779, until his death
16 June, 1806. See Al. Ox. ii. 1578.
16. Tournay, William, D.D., warden 1806, resigned
1 831 ; born at Dover, Kent, 1762; s.
elseif (getClientWidth() > 430)
Thomas, rector of St. James, Dover. Wadham
matric. 29 Nov., 1780, aged 18, scholar 1781-9, B.A.
1784, fellow 1789-99, M.A. 1790, B.D. 1802, D.D.
1806, tutor (until) 1795 ; rector of Eastbridge 1790,
rector of Denton 1792, and of Hope All Saints 1795,
vicar of Hougham 1795, an d rector of Dover St.
James, (all) Kent, 1795, canon of Lincoln 1800, and
of Peterborough 1817, vicar of Godmanchester,
Hunts, 1824-9, died 19 July, 1833. See Al. Ox. ii.
17. Symons, Benjamin Parsons, D.D., warden 1831,
resigned 1871 ; born at Cheddar, Somerset, 1785 ;
s. John, arm. Wadham, matric. 2 Feb., 1802,
aged 17, B.A. 1805, M.A. 1810, fellow 1812-31, B D.
1819, tutor 1822, proctor 1818, D.D. 1831 (Honours:
— classics 1805), select preacher 1812, 21, 31, examiner
(in classics) 1819, 20, 1, 4, vice-chancellor 1844-8,
preacher St. Martin Carfax, Oxford, 1820-40, White-
hall preacher 1823, died 11 April, 1878, aged 94.
See Al. Ox. ii. 1381.
18. Griffiths, John, D.D., warden 1871, resigned
1881 ; born at Rochester, Kent, 1807 ; o.s. John,
vicar of Rochester St. Margarets, D.D. Wadham,
matric. 3 Feb., 1824, aged 17, scholar 1824-30, B.A.
1827, fellow 1830-54, M.A. 1833, tutor 1833, hon.
fellow 1868, B. and D.D. 6 July, 1872 (Honours: —
2 classics and 2 mathematics 1827), select preacher 50,
perpetual delegate of the press, delegate of local
examinations, curator of the university chest, keeper
of the university archives 1857, until his death 14
Aug., 1885. See Al. Ox. ii. 569; & D.N.B.
19 Thorley George Earlam, M.A., warden 1881 ;
born at Knutsford, Cheshire, 25 Aug., 1830; is.
Robert, commander r.n. Wadham, matric. 13
Oct., 1849, aged 19 (from Manchester gr. school),
scholar 1849-54, B.A. 1853, fellow 1854-81, M.A.
1856, tutor 1856-81, proctor 1866, sub-warden 1868-81
(Honours : — 1 classical mods. 1852, 1 classics and
4 law and history 1853), examiner in classics 1868-9,
70, 4, 5, member of the Hebdomadal Council 81-4,
curator of the Taylorian institution and of the park,
delegate of the museum and of the common Univer-
sity fund. See Al. Ox. ii. 1413.
the new ALTAR SCREEN, 1832. — From Ingram.
FELLOWS OF WADHAM.
jFellotos ann ©on. jFelloto*.
Ryder, Richard Calthorpc Whitmore, born in St.
Andrew's, Wells, 22 July, 1822 ; 8s. Henry, bishop of
Lichfield and Coventry. Oriel, matric. 13 June,
40, aged 17 (from school) ; scholar Wad-
ham 41-9, B.A. 44, fellow 49, M.A. 50 (Honours:
— 3 classics 44) ; bar.-at-law, Middle Temple, 48.
See Foster's Men at the Bar.
Ellaby, Ernest Ridsdale, born in St. Pancras, London,
1836 ; 3s. Francis, cler. Wadham,
matric. 15 Oct., 52, aged 18 (from Bath grammar
school), scholar 52-7, B.A. 56, fellow 57, M.A. 59
(Honours: -2 classical mods. 55, and 3 classics
56) ; bar.-at-law, Lincoln's Inn, 64.
Stowe, Alfred, born at Buckingham 20 Nov., 1833 ; 3s.
William, arm. Wadham, matric. 9 March, 53,
aged 19 (from Rugby), scholar 52-62, B.A. 57, M.A.
62, fellow 62 (Honours : — 2 classical mods. 55, 3
classics 57), secretary of the curators of the Univer-
sity chest 69-72, bursar Corpus Christi 73-4.
Henderson, Patrick Arkley Wright, born at Stirling,
n.b. 1841 ; is. Robert, cler. Balliol,
matric. 12 Oct., 61, aged 21 (from Trin. coll.
Glenalmond and Glasgow university), exhibitioner
61-6, B.A. 66 ; fellow Wadham 67, M.A. 68,
chaplain and tutor 68, proctor 76 (Honours : —
1 classical mods. 63, 1 classics 65) ; assumed the
additional surname of Wright.
Richards, Herbert Paul, born at Kensington, Middle-
sex, 15 Oct., 1848; 2s. Thomas, arm. Balliol,
matric. 13 Oct., 66, aged 17 (from Kensington
school), scholar 66-70, Jenkyns exhibitioner 70,
B.A. 70; fellow Wadham 70, M.A. 73, tutor 73,
proctor 86 (Honours : — accessit Hertford scholar-
ship 68, 1 classical mods. 68, 1 classics 70), librarian
Oxford union society 72, classical moderator jy, 8,
86, and examiner in classics 80-1, 91-2.
Clifton, Robert Bellamy, born at Gedney, co. Lincoln,
13 March, 1836 ; o.s. Robert, arm., scholar St.
John's, Cambridge, 56(from university coll. London),
fellow 59-62, B.A. 59, M.A. 62 (Honours : — 6th
wrangler 59, 2nd Smith prizeman 59) ; incorporated
at Oxford from Wadham 29 Nov., 65, aged 29,
created M.A. 7 Dec, 65, hon. fellow 68-82, fellow
82, professor of experimental philosophy 65 ; fellow
Merton 69 (see page 93), professor natural
philosophy Owens coll. Manchester 60-6, F.r.A.s. ,
f. r.s. 68, president of physical society of London
82-4, designed and organised the Clarendon labora-
tory at Oxford. See Men and Women of the Time.
Wells, Joseph, born at Reading 1856 ; 3s.
Thomas William, gent. Queen's, matric. 23 Oct.,
75, aged 19 (from Reading school), scholar 75-9,
B.A. 79, M.A. 82 ; fellow Wadham 82, tutor 83
(Honours : — 1 classical mods, jj, 1 classics 79,
I history 80), examiner in classics 86, 7, 8.
Dixey, Frederick Augustus, born in London 9 Dec,
1855. Wadham, matric. 16 Oct., 1874, aged 18.
(from Highgate school), scholar 72-8, B.A. 79,
M.A. 83, B.Med. 84, Wills medical fellow 85,
D.Med. 91 (Honours : — 3 classical mods. 76, 3
natural science 78), demonstrator to the professor
of physiology, physiology tutor to Non-collegiate
Maskelyne, Mervin Herbert Nevil Story-, born at
Lydiard Tregoze, Wilts, 3 Sept. , 1823 ; is. Anthony
Mervin Storey, of Basset Down House, Wilts, arm.
Wadham, matric. 19 Nov., 40, aged 17 (from
school), B.A. 45, M.A. 49, hon. fellow 73
(Honours : — 2 mathematics 45), natural science
examiner 55-6, Waynrlete professor of mineralogy
56, lecturer in chemistry and physics Exeter Coll.
55-7, sometime keeper mineral department British
museum, fellow institute of chemistry ; of Basset
Down House, etc., j.p., d.l., Wilts, a student of
the Inner Temple 46, m.p. Cricklade 80-5, North
Wilts (Dec.) 85-92, f.r.s., and assumed the sur-
names of Story-Maskelyne in lieu of Storey.
Andrew, James, born at Whitby, Yorks, 8 Sept., 1829 ;
3s. James, cler. Worcester, matric 9 June, 48,
aged 18 (from school) ; scholar Wadham,
48-56, B.A. 52, fellow 56-68, M.A. 58, B.Med. 60,
D.Med. 63, hon. fellow 87 (Honours : — 2 classics
52); F.R.c.p.Lond. 66, physician Bartholomew's
hospital and Christ's hospital.
Jackson, Thomas Graham, born at Hampstead,
Middlesex, 21 Dec, 1835 ; is. Hugh, gent. Corpus
Christi, matric 9 March, 54, aged 18 (from
Brighton college) ; scholar Wadham, 54-64,
B.A. 58, M.A. 63, fellow 64-80, hon. fellow 82
(Honours : — 2 classical mods. 56 and 3 classics 58),
architect of the new schools, Oxford, etc., A.R.A. 92,
author of "Wadham College, Oxford, its Founda-
tion, Architecture, and History," 93.
Congreve, Richard, born at Leamington Hastings,
co. Warwick, 4 Sept., 1818; 3s. Thomas, gent.
Wadham, matric. 23 Feb., 37, aged 18 (from
Rugby), scholar 36-44, B.A. 40, M.A. 43, fellow
44-54, tutor 48-56, hon. fellow 91 (Honours: — 1
classics 40), treasurer 40, librarian and president
Oxford union society 41 ; the positivist writer,
formerly in orders, M.R.c.P.Lond. 66. See Men and
Wome?i of the Time.
FONT, IFFLEY church. — From Ingram.
EX-FELLOWS OF WADHAM.
Foley, Edward Walwyn, born at Holt, co. Worcester,
2 Aug., 1809 ; 2s. John, rector 1812-47. Wadham,
matric. 26 June, 26, aged 16 (from school),
scholar 27, B.A. 31, fellow 32-7, M.A. 36 (Honours:
— 3 classics 31 ) ; perpetual curate Tewkesbury ( H. T. )
36-49, vicar of All Saints, Derby, 49-72, rector of
Jevington, Sussex, 72-87.
Dyne, John Bradley, born at Bruton, Somerset,
1809 ; 2s. Edward, arm. Wadham, ma ric. 1
Nov., 25, aged 16 (from Bruton school), scholar
27-32, B.A. 30, fellow 32-8, M.A. 34, B. and
D. D. 58 (Honours: — 2 classics 30); headmaster
Highgate school 38-74, preby. of St. Paul's 68.
Allies, Thomas William, born at Midsomer Norton,
Somerset, 12 Feb., 1813 ; o.s. Thomas, rector of
Wormington, co. Gloucester. Wadham, matric.
19 Nov., 28, aged 15 (from Eton), scholar 28-33,
B.A. 32, fellow 33-40, M.A. 37 (Honours : — 1
classics 32, Denyer theological essay 38), librarian
Oxford union society 33 ; rector of Launton, Oxon,
42-50, seceded to Rome 50, secretary of the Catholic
poor school committee 51. See Men and Women
of the Time.
Cooper, John, born at Newcastle, co. Stafford,
1815 ; o.s. Charles, gent. Wadham, matric. 25
June, 33, aged 18 (from school), scholar
33-8, B.A. 37, fellow 38-68, M.A. 42, proctor 49,
sub- warden 44-68 (Honours : — 3 classics 37) ; vicar
of Dorchester, Oxon, 41-9, and rector of Beaumont,
Tufnell, right rev. Edward Wyndham, born at Walcot,
Somerset, 3 Oct., 1814; 4s. John Charles, arm.
Wadham, matric. 1 July, 33, aged 18 (from Eton),
scholar 33-9, B.A. 37, fellow 39-67, M.A. 42, created
D.D. 26 May, 59, proctor 57 (Honours : — 3 classics
37), select preacher 58 9 ; rector of Beachingstoke,
Wilts, 46-57, canon of Salisbury 50-9, rector of
Marlborough (St. Peter's and St. Paul's) 57-9, bishop
of Brisbane 59-75, vicar of Croydon 79-82, and of
Felpham, Sussex, 82.
Congreve, Richard, M.A., fellow 44-54, hon. fellow
91, where see preceding page.
Saunders, George Eveleigh, born at Rushton, Dorset,
26 Dec. , 1821 ; 2s. George Eveleigh, rector of Tarrant
Rushton 1810-42. Wadham, matric. 17 Oct., 38,
aged 16 (from Bruton school), scholar 38-47, B.A.
42, fellow 47-58 (Honours: — 3 classics 42), a student
of Lincoln's Inn 43, rector of Maperton, Someset, 57.
Trimmer, Robert', born in Worcester city
1822 ; is. Edward, gent. Pembroke, matric. 16
March, 37, aged 15 (from Shrewsbury school),
scholar 37-9 ; scholar Wadham 39-46, B.A. 43,
M.A. 46, fellow 46-7 (Honours : — 2 classics 42,
Denyer theological essay 46) ; rector of Hamstall
Ridware, co. Stafford, 52-8, vicar of Stoneleigh, co.
Warwick, 58-62, rector of Holy Trinity and St.
Mary's, Guilford, 63-82, hon. canon of Winchester 77.
Burrows, Leonard Francis, born at Hadley, Middlesex,
1821 ; 4s. Montagu, arm. Wadham,
matric. 10 Oct. , 39, aged 18 (from the Charterhouse),
scholar 39-46, B.A. 43, fellow 46-56, M.A. 49
(Honours : — 1 classics and 4 mathematics 43,
Vinerian law scholarship 45) ; a student of Lincoln's
Inn 42, a master at Rugby 50-72, vicar of Witley,
Surrey, 76-82, and rector of Limington, Somerset,
Bowlby, right rev. Henry Bond, born at Bishop
Wearmouth, co. Durham, 23 Aug., 1823 ; o.s.
Peter, arm. Wadham, matric. 10 Oct., 39, aged
16 (from Durham gr. school), scholar 39-48, B.A.
44, fellow 48-52, M.A. 49 (Honours: — 3 classics
44) ; B.A., Durham, ad eundem 46, and created
D. D. 91 ; vicar of Oldbury, co. Worcester, 50-68,
and of Dartford, Kent, 68-75, rector of Birmingham
St. Philip 75, hon. canon of Worcester 77, bishop
suffragan of Coventry 91, archdeacon of Birmingham
Nichols, Francis Morgan, born at Hampstead, Mid-
dlesex, 29 April, 1826 ; 3s. John Bowyer, gent.
Exeter, matric. 15 Feb., 44, aged 17 ; (from
school), scholar Wadham 44-9, B.A. 47, fellow 49-
56, M.A. 53; of Lawford Hall, Essex, j.p. ; bar.-
at-law, Inner Temple, 52, F.s.A. 61. See Foster's
Men at the Bar.
Rogers, Benjamin Bickley, born at Shepton Montague,
Somerset, n Dec, 1828; 3s. Francis, arm. Wad-
ham, matric. 16 Oct., 46, aged 17 (from Highgate
school), scholar 46-52, B.A. 51, fellow 52-61, M.A.
54 (Honours: — 1 classics and 4 mathematics 51),
president Oxford union society 53 ; bar.-at-law,
Lincoln's Inn, 56. See Foster's Men at the Bar.
Harrison, Frederick, born in London 18 Oct., 1831 ;
is. Frederick, gent. Wadham, matric. 26 April,
49, aged 17 (from King's coll. school and King's
coll., London), scholar 48-54, B.A. 53, fellow 54-70,
M.A. 59, tutor 54-8 (Honours:— 2 classical mods.'
52, 1 classics and 4 law and history 53), librarian
Oxford union society 54, examiner in law 79, 80, 1,
bar.-at-law, Lincoln's Inn, 58, professor of juris-
prudence and international law for the council of
legal education 77, positivist writer, alderman
London county council 89. See Men and Women
of the Time.
Codrington, Robert Henry, born at Wroughton,
Wilts, 15 Sept. , 1830 ; 2s. Thomas Stretton, vicar
1827-39. Wadham, matric. 16 June, 48, aged 17
(from the Charterhouse), scholar 49-55, B.A. 52,
fellow 55-88, M.A. 56, created D.D. 16 June, 85
(Honours:— 3 classics 52); vicar of Wadhurst,
Sussex, 88, and prebendary of Chichester 88.
Andrew, James, fellow 56-68, hon. fellow 87, where see
Warren, Samuel Lilckendey, born in London
1836 ; is. Samuel, q.c, d.c.l. Magdalen Hall,
matric. 24 Feb. , 54, aged 18 (from Eton and King's
coll., London); scholar Wadham 54-64, B.A. 59,
M.A. 63, fellow 64-70, chaplain 67-80 (Honours :
3 classical mods. 56 and 3 classics 58) ; vicar of
Kennington, Berks, 65-8, rector of Esher, Surrey, 70.
Jackson, Thomas Graham, fellow 64-80, hon. fellow
80, where see preceding page.
Myers, Ernest James, born at Keswick, Cumberland,
13 Oct., 1844; 2s. Frederick, vicar 39-51. Balliol,
matric. 26 Jan., 63, aged 18 (from Cheltenham coll.),
exhibitioner 63-8, B.A. 67 ; fellow Wadham 68-83,
M.A. 71 (Honours :— proxime accessit Hertford
scholarship 64, 1 classical mods. 64, Greek verse 65,
2 classics 66) ; bar.-at-law, Inner Temple, 74.
Abbay, Richard, born at Aldborough, Yorks, 11 Feb.,
l8 44 ; 3 s - Thomas, gent. Exeter, matric. 9 Aprili
64, aged 20 (from York school), scholar 63-8, B.A.
67 ; fellow Wadham 69-79, M.A. 71 (Honours :
1 mathematical mods. 55, accessit junior mathe-
matical scholarship 66, 1 mathematics 67) ; rector
of Little Bromley, Essex, 78-80, and of Earl Soham
Suffolk, 80, late F.G.S. and F.R.Astr., etc.
Theobald, Henry Studdy, born at Calcutta, 7 June,
1847 ; 2s. William, arm. Balliol, matric. 13 Oct.,'
66, aged 19 (from Rugby), B.A. 70 ; fellow Wad-
ham 71-88, M.A. 77 [Honours:— 1 classical mods,
and 2 mathematical mods. 68, Taylorian (French
and German) scholarship 68, 1 classics 70] ; bar.-at-
law, Inner Temple, 73. See Foster's Men at the Bar.
OTHER RESIDENT MEMBERS OF
Clarke, Henry Butler, born at Somersall, co. Stafford,
9 Nov., 1863; is. Henry, cler. Wadham, matric.
19 Oct., 85, aged 21, B.A. 89, M.A. 92 [Honours:
— 2 classical mods. 87, Taylorian scholarship
(Spanish) 88] ; University teacher of Spanish 90.
Jukes, rev. Joseph Hordern, born at Birmingham 3
Nov., 1834; 2s. Alfred, surgeon. Wadham, matric.
9 March, 53, aged 18 (from K. Edward's school
Birmingham, and Rugby), B.A. 57, M.A. 63.
Mayhew, rev. Anthony Lawson, born at Bury St.
Edmunds 23 Feb., 1842; is. Anthony, gent.
Wadham, matric. 9 May, 60, aged 18 (from Clap-
ham gr. school), B.A. 63, M.A. 68, warden's
chaplain 80 ; vicar of Bearley, co. Warwick, 72-3.
For list of his works see Crockford.
NichollS, Henry, born at Walthamstow, Essex, 31
Oct., 1836; o.s. Benjamin Elliott, cler., m.a.
Queen's Cambridge. Wadham, matric. 2 May,
55, aged 18 (from Brighton coll.), B.A. 59, M.A.
62 ; hon. treasurer Oxford University golf club.
Squires, rev. Henry Charles, born at Florence 6 May,
1846; 5s. William Westbrooke, D.Med. Wadham,
matric. 26 April, 67, aged 20, B.A. 70, M.A. 78 ;
fellow University of Bombay.
Ward, George Ernest, born at Great Bedwyn, Wilts,
20 Sept., 1837; 2s. John, rector of Wath, near
Ripon. Queen's, matric. 29May, 56, aged 18 (from
Marlborough), scholar Wadham 56-61, Greek
exhibitioner 59-60, B.A. 60, M.A. 91 (Honours : —
2 classical mods. 58) ; selected candidate Indian civil
service 59, on the Indian commission 82-3, com-
missioner of Thansi, n.w.p., 84-9
THE HALL, — From Ingram.
^cbolars,* (ZfrWiutfonerv anD Commoners
Of whom biographical notices appear in the Matriculations 1880-92.
*Walker, James M.
*May, Herbert H.
fBurchett, Lionel G.
fFullbrook, Parkinson S.
■j-Mass^, Henri J. L. J.
Monckton, Herbert H.
Baxter, John T. C.
Manby, Arthur F.
Davis, Edward A.
*Rigby, Allan D.
*Minchin, Harry C. M.
*Bastard, Edward W.
*Franks, William T.
fjordan, Ernest D.
■j-Spencer, John G.
Pressey, William J.
Ransome, Bernard V. C.
Holland, Charles H.
Combs, Cyril W.
Owen, Arthur F. C.
Dale, Charles W.
fBradshaw, Francis T.
Heelas, William D.
Hare, George T.
*Wilson, Charles R.
*Davies, John T.
*Owen, Herbert D.
*Kellett, Ernest E.
*Saunders, Arnold F.
•Horwill, Herbert W.
Knight, Charles S.
Hunt, Alfred E.
Bryant, Francis J.
Baines, Charles F.
fPage, Herbert V.
Parry, Morris V.
Page, John E.
Warfield, Ethelbert D.
Shorland, Maitland A.
Bentley, Frederick W.
Johnson, Thomas E. R.
Hewitt, James B.
Lindsay, George C.
Stephens, Francis E. M.
fCassidy, Mark M.
*Gibbins, Henry de B.
Page, Robert H. F.
Jelly, John E.
fCousins, Frederick C.
Gillott, Joseph H.
Whittington, Frederic B. B.
Duff, Edward G.
Williams, Thomas B.
Saunders, Percival G.
•Thompson, John V.
*Cooke, George A.
fBarnett, Robert W.
Nunn-Rivers, A. R.
Grant, John G.
Forshaw, Edward R.
Hunt, Reginald C.
fBeresford, Robert O. D.
fGreene, Charles H.
Whittington, Robert W.
Pritchard, Lorenzo A.
Crawhall, Edmund I. L.
Goddard, Henry L.
Swabey, Arthur L. M.
Stott, Herbert R.
Parker, Robert J. C.
Robertson, William S. L.
Hudson, Herbert K.
Wright, James P.
*Bedwell, Edward J.
*Cooke, John R.
*Rossiter, Francis S.
*Johnstone, Francis H.
Ford, Harold D.
Kane, Henry B.
Franklin, Abraham H.
Hawley, Charles W.
DAeth, Edward K. H.
Wood, Robert G.
Hyde-Lees, William G.
fGreenfield, James L.
Clarke, Henry B.
Ouvry, Ernest C.
Galloway, Lewis S.
Gough, Arthur C.
Paine, Ernest C.
Baughan, John E.
Tuckey, Charles S.
Clutterbuck, Edmund C.
Heazell, Francis N.
Bayliss, William M.
Love, John G. W.
Watkins, Frederick E.
de Carteret, George F. C.
White, William E.
Williams, Arthur T.
Burd, Charles E.
Shipley, Arthur G.
*Parsons, Harold G.
*Smith, Henry B.
*Sadler, Francis J.
*Cook, Theodore A.
*Hudson, John K.
fMaunsell, Richard C.
Urwick, Edward J.
Dudman, James L. S. S.
Duxbury, Anyon H.
Newbald, Clement A.
Carter, Ernest G.
Harrison, Laurence J.
Brooke, William H.
Jenkins, Griffith W.
Stenning, John F.
Emanuel, Charles H. L.
Pheysey, Percy W.
Ellaby, George A.
Bryant, George E.
Bromet, William E.
Henry, William H.
Barton, William H.
Jones, John T.
Bartlett, Richard G.
*Paton, Thomas L.
*Ford, Herbert G.
*White, Stuart A. F.
Peckitt, Reginald G.
Greenwood, Frederick W. T.
Kennedy, Pitt S. P.
Nevill, Charles T. H.
Purchase, Edward J.
fSaunders, Leslie H.
Pigot, Raymond M.
Kemmis, Lewis G. N.
Cozens-Brooke, Ernest B.
Smith, Leslie K.
Haswell, Edward W.
Tensch-Hecker, Henry C. B.
Bull, William B.
Rutherford, Charles R.
Curgenven, Cecil A.
Edmond, Theodore O. P.
Canning, Charles F. A. S.
*Ford, Herbert G.
*Mills, Thomas R.
*Giveen, Henry M.
*Low, Charles E. (hon. )
Floyer, John K.
Robertson, John E.
fMacfadyen, Alfred N.
fRogers, Kenneth St. A.
■(-Peebles, Lewis H. I.
Worthington, William C.
Mumford, John T.
Young, Percy F.
Schroder, Bernard H.
Crawhall, William H.
Gruchy, George Le M.
Michell, Francis B.
Gough, William H.
Cooke, Samuel A.
Herbert, Dennis H.
Ritson, Frederick W.
Wright, Walter R.
Wells, John G. P.
Southcomb, George H.
Miskin, Alfred H.
Johnston, John G.
*Pantin, Robert G.
*How, John H.
Butler, Harold B.
Dunlop Charles E.
Blake, Arthur M.
Llewelyn, John C. T.
Mackay, John W.
■f-House, William J.
Stocks, Edward V.
Kent, Sidney J. F.
Williams, Frederick B. A.
Schwartze, Frederick W. H.
Archer, John R.
Chadwick, Herbert F.
Berridge, Douglas J. P.
Pinniger, James W.
Lowsley, Horace A.
Houston, Henry S.
Fairbairn, Andrew M.
Davies, Thomas E. P.
Stone, Henry C.
Cart, Frank C.
Hignett, Harry R.
Watson, William F.
Pimblett, James B.
Parker, Charles S.
*Bowell, Ernest W.
*Roche, Alexander A.
Laws, Percy C. W.
Jayne, Basil J.
+Littlewood, Robert B.
fWilson, Percy W. A.
fLee, William S.
Mourant, Archibald G.
Everitt, Claude A.
Kemmis, Edward B
Alcock, Arthur E.
Frend, Edwin G. C.
Nixon, Rowland T. de M.
fAyre, Algernon E.
Taylor, Horace W.
Barth, Jacob W.
Sanguinetti, Harold H.
*Fry, Charles B.
*Willimott, Andrew B.
*Anstie, William H.
*Smith, Frederick E.
Smith, James G.
Johnston, Walter G.
Ratford, Isaac S.
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Hodges, William R.
Gait, William J.
Conder, Edward B.
Mourilyan, Charles T.
Shuckburgh, Henry F. B.
Bull, Allen W.
Curling, Thomas H.
Underdown, William G.
Galloway, Thomas P.
*Swann, Nathanael E. E.
*Simon, John A.
*Hirst, Francis W.
Fairfax, John M.
fHone, Campbell R.
f Hodges, Frederick G.
fRatcliff, Sidney C.
Hodges, William H.
Jackson, Charles J.
Grundy, Ernest P. R. B.
Holbrooke, Sidney W. B.
Miles, John T.
Beale, Walter H.
Bentley, Alfred L.
PROSCHOLIUM TO THE DIVINITY SCHOOL.— From Ingram,
XVIII.— PEMBROKE COLLEGE.
Formerly Broadgates Hall.
ESCENT from an old Hall. — This College is a post -Reformation
foundation, having been constituted as a Society in 1624. But it
carried on the life of " the most ancient 1 ' and one of the most consider-
able of the Halls, and has therefore had a continuous existence of
many centuries. Originally the novices of S. Frideswyde's Priory
were instructed here, but later the place is found in the occupation of
clerks studying the Civil and Canon Law under a Principal, and
seems to have been the most distinguished of a number of hostels for
legists clustered round S. Aldate's Church, of which a room over the
south aisle was used as a Law school and library of chained books.
This picturesque feature of the Church remained till 1843. The
students met daily for divine service in the aisle beneath, which after-
wards became the chapel of Pembroke until 1728, the upper storey
becoming the College library, which purpose it served till 1 709.
The Hall was called Segrym's (from a family who had once held
it of the Priory) till the accession of Henry VI. when, a large entrance
being made, it came to be known as Broadgates Hall. Fuller gives an
Oxfordshire by word: — "Send farthingales to Broadgates Hall in Oxford."
King Henry VIII. annexed it to his new foundation across the road ;
but it continued to be a place of importance, being much resorted to by young men of rank and wealth. In the time
of James I. it had 131 members, being exceeded in size by only five colleges and one (Magdalen) Hall. The following
names are those of Broadgates students : — Bishop Bonner, entered 1512, died in the Marshalsea 1569 ; Heywoode
"the Epigrammatist," whose Interludes (1520) satirizing the clergy, are among our earliest dramatic writings;
Peele the dramatist; Fitzjeffrey, "the poet of Broadgates Hall" (1572); Archbishop Yonge (1560); Baker,
entered 1590, Benedictine monk, mystic, and chronicler; John Pym, the politician, entered 1599 ; Randolph the