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30. WindSOre, Walter, principal 1448-51; M.A.,
fellow Exeter 24 March, 1445-6, vacated Autumn
1458, chaplain, rector 1453-7, proctor 1455 : sub-
dean of Exeter 1480-2, rector of Shillingford, Devon,
resigned 1491. See Boase, 20.

31. Tregansowan, John, principal 8 Oct., i45i(-63);
M.A. , fellow Exeter, Dec. 144910 Summer 1454.
See Boase, 21.

32. Smnmayster, Mr. William, principal n Sept.,
1463.

33. Fermour, Mr. John, principal 25 Oct., 1465.

34. Mayo, Richard, principal 1468; M.A. , fellow
Exeter 22 July, 1469, vacated Winter 1469, doctor
of decrees and canon residentiary of Exeter cathe-
dral ; died 1499. See Boase, 24.

35. Harrow, John, principal 1472; M.A. , fellow
Exeter, Lent 1464 to Autumn 1478, chaplain 1466,
proctor 1468. See Boase, 24.

36. Cawse, Walter (Coose or Couse), principal
1478-82, and 1486-8; M.A. , fellow Exeter 27
June, 1472, vacated Lent 1488, chaplain Autumn
1478. See Boase, 24.

37. Babbe, James, principal 1482; M.A., fellow
Exeter 30 Jan., 1475-6, proctor 1483, rector 1482-4.
See Boase, 25.

( — ) Cawse, Mr. Walter, principal 1486-8, see above.

38. Panter, Richard, principal 1488, M.A., fellow
20 Nov. , 1479, vacated Winter 1494, rector 1488-94,
vicar of Menheniot, in Cornwall ; dead in 1513.
See Boase, 25.

39. Trott, John, principal 1495-6, M.A., fellow 29
March, 1488, vacated Winter 1512; perhaps B. D.
13 Dec, 1506. See Boase, 26.

40. Glover, William, principal 1496; M.A. , fellow
Exeter 5 Nov., 1490, vacated Autumn 1501, in
orders. See Boase, 27.

41. Rugge, John (or Rigge), principal 1501-3;
M.A. , fellow Exeter 30 June, 1498, vacated Winter
1503, rector of his college 1501-2, B.D., suppld. 11
July, 1519 ; vicar of St. Thomas, near Exeter, 1528-37.
See Boase, 27, 29.

42. Ewen, William, M.A., principal 25 Oct., 1503;
fellow Exeter, Winter 1497 ; killed in a riot between
the Northern and Southern scholars opposite St.
Mary's, High Street, 8 Aug., 1506. See Boase, 27.



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43. Parkhouse, John, B.Med., principal 1506;
fellow Exeter Jan., 1500, vacated Winter 1519,
B. Med. , suppld. 6 Feb., 1505-6 (as William), one of
the custodes of the Audley chest in the University
July, 1510, canon of Exeter and ' dignitary of the
church elsewhere.' See Boase, 28 ; & Foster's
Alumni Oxonienses, 1116-17.

44. Mede, Thomas, M.A. , principal 1510-14 ; fellow
Exeter, 17 Dec, 1503, vacated Summer 1518, B.A.
3 July, 1506, had leave to incept 8 May, 1509 M.A. ;
one of the custodes of the Queen's chest in the
University July, 1510, proctor 1513, rector 1514-15,
1516-18, vicar of Menheniot, Cornwall ; dead in 1529.
See A I. Ox. 997.

45. Irish, Thomas, M.A., principal 26 Nov., 1514;
fellow Exeter 18 Nov., 1509, vacated Summer
1516 ; B.A. 2 July, 1509, incepted 31 Jan., 1512-13,
M.A. in holy orders, proctor 1517, auditor of Shelton
and Warwyke chests in summer 1513. See Al. Ox.
790.

46. Moreman, John, M.A. , principal 1522; B.A.
29 Jan. , 1508-9; fellow Exeter 1510-22, M.A. 10
Oct., 1512, B.D. suppld. 18 Jan., 1526-7, D.D. 8
April, 1530, auditor of Dunkam chest in summer
1513, guardian of Nele and Cycester chests in winter
1518, rector of Holy Trinity, Exeter, 1528-9, vicar of
Midsomer Norton, Somerset, 1516, and of Men-
heniot, Cornwall, 1529, canon of Exeter 1544, vicar
of Colebrook, Devon, 1546, until his death before
Oct. , 1554, said to have been dean of Exeter. See
Al. Ox. 1027.

47. Whyte, John, M.A. , principal 11 July, 1527,
resigned St. Cecil's day 1535; B.A. 18 July, 1519,
fellow Exeter 1520-3, M.A. 6 July, 1523, a doctor,
though of what faculty appears not. See Al. Ox.
1614.

48. Frenche, John, M.A. , principal 1535; B.A. 13
July, 1530 ; fellow Exeter 1530-44, M.A. 22 Nov.,
1533, B.D. 26 May, 1543, rector of his college 1539-
42, chaplain of Eton. See Al. Ox. 534.

49. Bromhall, Roger, B.D., principal 7 July, 1541 ;
fellow New Coll. 1532-43, from Newbury, Berks,
B.A. 21 June, 1527, M.A. 27 June, 1531, proctor

1541, B.D. 2 March, 1541-2, canon 1554, and sub-
dean of Lincoln 1558, rector of Warboys, Hunts,

1542, of Blisworth, Northants, 1555, and of Branston,
co. Lincoln, 1555; died in 1568. See Al. Ox. 187.

50. More, William, M.A. , principal 1544; fellow
Exeter 1537, from Devon, B.A. 13 Feb. , 1537-8,
M.A. 6 Dec, 1541, rector of his college 1546-53,
rector of Stoke Rivers, Devon, 1551, etc. See Al.
Ox. 1026.

51. Vyvyan, Thomas, M.A. .principal 5 Jan., 1545-6;
fellow Exeter 1539-49, B.A. 6 Dec, 1541, M.A. 9
Oct., 1544, B.D. 18 July, 1552, D.D. suppld. 1557-8;
vicar of St. Justin, Penrhyn, 1548, and rector of
Philleigh, Cornwall, 1552. See Al. Ox. 1548.

52. Randell, Philip (Rondell), M.A. and B.Med.,
principal 9 March, 1549-50 ; s. Thomas, of Lamer-
ton, Devon ; fellow Exeter 1544-57, B.A. 24 July,
1545, M.A. 4 Feb., 1547-8, rector of his college
1556-7 ; died 11 March, 1598-9, aged 83, buried in
the church of St.-Peter-in-the-East„ Oxford. See
A I. Ox. 1232.

53. Eveleigh, John, M. A., principal 1599 ; Exeter,
matric 3 Dec, 1575, aged 16 (as of Devon, gent.),
fellow 1578-93, B.A. 11 July, 1581, M.A. 4 June,
1584 (incorporated at Cambridge 1585), proctor
1590 ; buried in the church of St. Mary Magdalen,
Oxford, 10 Aug. , 1604. See A I. Ox. 473.

54. Price, Theodore, M.A. , principal Aug., 1604;
s. Rees ap Tudor, of Bron-y-fael in Llanenddwn,
co. Merioneth ; chorister All Souls' ; fellow Jesus



Coll., B.A. 16 Feb., 1587-8, M.A. 9 June, 1591 ;
B. and D.D. (Hart Hall) 5 July, 1614 ; vicar of
Llanrhaiadr-in-Kemmerch, co. Denbigh, 1581'
rector of Llanfair, near Harlech, 1581, canon of
Winchester 1596, rector of Llanrhaiadr-in-Mochnant,
co. Denbigh, 1601, of Launton 1609, and of Islip,
(both) Oxon, 1626, canon of Lincoln 1621, and of
Westminster 1623, until his death, buried 21st in
Westminster abbey. See Al. Ox. 1207.

55. lies, Thomas, D.D. , principal 13 March, 1621,
resigned 1633. Christ Church, matric. 23 Nov.,
1604, aged 16 (as of London, gent.), B.A. 9 June,
1608, M.A. 18 April, 1611, B. and D.D. 23 June,
1619, canon 1622, deprived 1648, canon of Gloucester
1622, rector of Lasborough 1609, of Todenham,
(both) co. Glouc, 1618, and of Little Mongeham,
Kent, 1635, ejected from all his preferments, etc. ;
died 20 June, 1649, buried in Christ Church cathedral
M.I. SeeAl. Ox. 785.

56. Parsons, Philip, D.Med., principal 15 April,
1633 ; of London, pleb. , born Dec. , 1594. St.
John's, matric 26 June, 1610, aged 16 (from
Merchant Taylors' school), B.A. 6 June, 1614,
fellow, M.A. 9 May, 1618 (incorporated at Cam-
bridge), D.Med. Padua, incorporated at Oxford 20
June, 1628 ; died 1 May, 1653. See Al. Ox. 1123.

57. Stephens, Philip, M.A., principal 17 March,
1653-4, by the parliamentary visitors, superseded at
the restoration ; s. John, of Devizes, Wilts, pleb.
St. Alban Hall, matric. 26 March, 1636-7, aged
17, B.A. 10 Nov. 1640 (M.A. , from Trinity Coll.,
Cambridge, 1645), proctor 1650, licenced to practice
medicine 2 April, 1653 ; fellow New Coll. 1649 by
the visitors, D.Med. 16 Feb., 1655-6, a candidate
college of physicians 1659 ; died in London 4 Feb. ,
1679, buried in the church of St. Peter-in-the-East,
Oxford. See Al. Ox. 1419.

58. Baldwyn, (sir) Timothy, D.C.L., principal 21
June, 1660, resigned 1663; s. Charles, of Burwarton,
Salop, gent. Balliol, matric. 6 March, 1634-5,
aged 15, B.A. 17 Oct., 1638; fellow All Souls'
1639-61, B.C.L. 26 June, 1641, D.C.L. 6 Dec,
1652 ; of Stoke Castle, Salop, a student of the Inner
Temple 1635, sinecure rector Llandrillo-in-Rhos
1647, chancellorof Hereford and Worcester, knighted
by Charles II. 10 July, 1670, a master in chancery
1670-82 ; died in 1696. See Al. Ox. 61.

59. Lamphire, John, D.Med., principal 30 May,
1663; s. George, of Winchester, Hants, gent. New
Coll., matric. 19 Aug. , 1634, aged 20 (from Win-
chester coll.), fellow 1636-48 and 1660, B.A. 5 April,
1638, M.A. 18 Jan., 1641-2, created D.Med. 30 Oct.,
1660, Camden professor of ancient history 1660-88,
principal of New Inn Hall 1662-3, canon of Wells
1641-65, as Lanfire ; died 30 March, 1688, aged 74,
buried in the chapel of New College, will at Oxford
proved 7 April, 1688. See Al. Ox. 872.

60. Thornton, William, M.A., principal 31 March,
1688. Wadham, matric. 28 April, 1659, scholar
1660 (from Milborne, Somerset, pleb., aged 18),
B.A. 12 March, 1662-3, M.A. 15 Feb., 1665-6, fellow
1667, sub-warden 1676 and 1679, vicar of Southrop,
co. Glouc , 1679-1703 ; died 25 Sept. , 1707, admon.
at Oxford 7 Oct. following. See A I. Ox. 1482.

61. Smith, Thomas, D.D., principal 1707; s. Thomas,
of Manchester, co. Lane , minister. St. Edmund
Hall, matric 2 July, 1669, aged 18 ; B.A. from
Hart Hall 1673; M.A. from Brasenose 1679,
proctor 1685, B.D. 1697, D.D. 1708; rector of
Great Billing, Northants, 1706, until his death 15
July, 1710, buried in St. Peter's Church in the East,
Oxford, will at Oxford proved 3 Nov. following.
See Al. Ox. 1382.







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62 and 1. Newton, Richard, B. D. , last principal
Hart Hall 1710, and first principal of Hertford
Coll. 1740 ; born at Yardley Park 8 Nov. , 1676 ;
s. Thomas, of Northampton, gent. Christ
Church, matric. 16 June, 1694, aged 18, West-
minster student 1694, B.A. 1698, M.A. T701, B.D.
18 March, 1707-8, and canon 1752 ; D.D. (Hart)
1710 ; founder and first principal Hertford Coll.
1740-52; rector of Sudborough, Northants, 1704-48,
rector and patron of Lavendon, Bucks ; died 21
April, 1752, buried in the chancel of Lavendon
church. See A I. Ox. 1065 ; & O.H.S. xxii. 57.

HERTFORD COLLEGE.

63 and 2. Sharp, William, M.A., principal 1753,
resigned 1757 ; s. James, of Canterbury city, arm.
Christ Church, matric. 14 June, 1737, aged 18,
Westminster student 1737-82, B.A. 1741, M.A. 7
March, 1743-4; B.D. from Hertford 1753, D.D.
1754, regius professor of Greek 1763, and rector of
Easthampstead, Berks, 1759, until his death 5
March, 1782 ; buried in Christ church cathedral.
See Al. Ox. ii. 1280.

64 and 3. Durell, David, M.A., principal 1757; s.
Thomas, of isle of Jersey, arm. Pembroke, matric.
2 April, 1747, aged 17, B:A. 1750, M.A. 1753; fellow
Hertford, B.D. 1760, D.D. 1764, vice-chancellor
1765-8; canon of Canterbury 1767, vicar of Tice-.
hurst, Sussex, 1770, until his death in college 16
Oct., 1775, aged 47, buried in St. Peter-in-the-East,
Oxford. See Al. Ox. ii. 398.

65 and 4. Hodgson, Bernard, M.A., principal 30

Oct., 1775; s. Mark, of St. Martin's, Westminster,
pleb. Christ Church, matric. 20 June, 1764,
aged 19, Westminster student 1764-75, B.A. 1768,
M.A. 1771, D.C.L. 1776 ; vicar of Tolpuddle,
Dorset, 1775, and principal of Hertford 1775, until
his death 28 May, 1805, when the college was
dissolved and the site utilized by Magdalen
Hall, until its dissolution in 1874 and reconstitution
as Hertford college. See Al. Ox. ii. 72 ; & D.N.B.

MAGDALEN HALL.
Ford, Henry, D.C.L., 32nd principal 1788-1813 ; s
Henry, of Cranbrook, Kent, gent. Pembroke,
matric. 9 July, 1776, aged 23 ; student Christ



Church, B.A. 1780, M.A. 1783 ; principal Mag-
dalen Hall 1788-1813, D.C.L. 1788, lord
almoner's professor of Arabic 1780-1813 ; rector of
Bishops Waltham, Hants, 1782-94, canon resi-
dentiary of Hereford 1790, rector of Cradley 1794,
vicar of Sellack 1801, and of Fownhope with Wool-
hope, (all) co. Hereford, 1805, until his death 26
July, 1813. See Al. Ox. ii. 476.

Macbride, John David, D. C. L. , 33rd principal 1813-68,
born at Plympton, Devon, 1779 ; s - John

David, admiral R.N.. Exeter, matric. 28 March,
1795, aged 16 (from Cheam school), B.A. 1799,
fellow 1800-5, M - A - l8 ° 2 ' B.C.L. and D.C.L. 1811,
assessor of the chancellor's court 1812, lord almoner's
professor of Arabic 1813, and principal 1831, until
his death 24 Jan., 1868. See Al. Ox. ii. 889.

HERTFORD COLLEGE.

66, 5 and 1. Miohell, Richard, D.D., last principal
Magdalen Hall 1868-74, and 1st principal Hertford
Coll. , of the Baring foundation 1874-77 '. 3 s - Edward,
of Bruton, Somerset, arm. Wadham, matric. 8
Dec, 1820, aged 15 (from Bruton school), B.A.
1824, M.A. 1827 ; fellow Lincoln 1830-42, B.D.
1836, tutor 1834-48 (Honours : — 1 classics 1824),
classical examiner 1829, 30, 3, 5, 9, 40, 1, select
preacher 1837, professor of logic 1839, public orator
1848, Bampton lecturer 1849, law and history
examiner 1853, 4, 61, 2; born 10 March, 1805, rector
of South Moreton, Berks, 1856, vice-principal Mag-
dalen 1848-68, and principal 1868-74, principal of
Hertford 1874, until his death 29 March, 1877.
See Al Ox ii. 951.

67, 6 and 2. Boyd, Henry, M.A., principal 1877;
born in Holborn 26 Feb. , 1831 ; 3s. William Charles,
arm. Exeter, matric. 31 Jan., 1849, aged 17 (from
Hackney school), B.A. 1852, M.A. 1857 ; fellow
Hertford 1874-7, principal 1877, B. and D.D.
1879 (Honours : — -2 classics 1852, Ellerton 1853, and
Denyer theological essay 1856 and 1857), select
preacher 1879, vice-chancellor 1890, member of the
Hebdomadal council, and of the Visitorial board ;
incumbent of St. Mark's, Victoria Docks, 1862-74 ,
hon. canon of Rochester 1875-90.




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Ward, rev. George Sturton, born at Southampton,
Hants, 29 Feb. , 1828 ; 7s. William, arm. Magdalen
Hall, matric. 27 March, 47, aged 19 (from New
Cross school), B.A. 50, M.A. 53, tutor 52-74; fellow
Hertford 74, tutor 74 (Honours: — 1 mathematics
50), chaplain Queen's 56-8, mathematical lecturer
Wadham 63-70, 71-6, and chaplain 70-1, examiner
in mathematics 58, 9, 61-3, 72-4, and in moderations
66, 7, 9, 70, 1, delegate for unattached or non-
collegiate students 68-84, an d censor 70-82, etc.

Hervey, lord Francis, born at Ickworth, Suffolk, 16
Oct., 1846 ; 4s. Frederick William, marquis of
Bristol. Balliol, matric. 24 April, 65, aged 18
(from Eton), scholar 64-9, B.A. 69 ; fellow Hert-
ford 74, M.A. 74 (Honours: — 1 classical mods.
66, 2 classics 69), treasurer 66, and president Oxford
union society 67 ; bar.-at-law, Lincoln's Inn, 72,
M.P. Bury St. Edmund's 74-80, and 85 — Aug., 92,
civil service commissioner Aug. , 92.

GrWilliam, George Henry, born at Bristol 28 July,
1846; is. Samuel, gent. Jesus Coll., matric. 28
Jan., 68, aged 18 (from King's coll., London), B.A.
71, M.A. 74 ; fellow Hertford 75, B.D. 90,
divinity lecturer 75-9 (Honours : — 2 mathematical
mods. 69, 1 theology 72, Greek testament prize 74,
Syriac prize 74, theological scholarship 74, and
Kennicott Hebrew scholarship 74), divinity lecturer
Jesus college and Pembroke college ; rector of South
Moreton, Berks, 79-87, Hebrew tutor to non-colle-
giate students.

Jeans, rev. George Edward, born at Tetney, co. Line,
27 Nov., 1848; is. George, vicar of Alford, co.
Line. Pembroke, matric. 28 Oct., 67, aged 18
(from Boston school), scholar 67-72, B.A. 72; fellow
Hertford 75, M.A. 75 (Honours : — 1 classical
mods. 69, Greek prose 71, 2 classics 71, Latin essay
72) ; assistant master Haileybury 74-87, vicar of
Shorwell and rector of Mottiston, isle of Wight, 87.
For list of his works see Crockford.

Lockhart, James Somerville, born at Inchinannan,
co. Renfrew, 18 Oct., 1851 ; 4s. Lawrence, D. D. , of
Wicketshaw and Milton-Lockhart, co. Lanark.
Corpus Christi, matric. 19 Oct., 70, aged 19 (from
Winchester), scholar 70-5; fellow Hertford 75,
B.A. 75, M.A. 78, tutor 77-88 (Honours:— Hertford
scholarship 72, 1 classical mods. 72, proxime accessit
73, and accessit Ireland scholarship 74, 1 classics 74,
Craven scholarship 76, Derby scholarship 76),
classical moderator 80 ; secretary to civil service
commission 87.

Sargent, John Young, born at Llandaff, co. Glam.
1829 ; is. Richard. Merton, matric. 4
June, 47, aged 18 (from St. Bees' school), post-
master 47-51, B.A. 51, M.A. 59; fellow Magdalen
Coll. 63-5, and 73-6, tutor 64-77, fellow Hertford
77, tutor 77-90 (Honours: — Hertford scholarship
48, Ireland scholarship 51, 2 classics 51), classical
moderator 60, 1,7, 8, 77, 81, 2 ; a student of Inner
Temple 60.

Hamilton, Sidney Graves, born in Dublin 13 June,
1855; o.s. Maxwell, arm. Balliol, matric. 20
Oct., 74, aged 19 (from Harrow), scholar 72-8, B.A.
78 ; fellow Hertford 78, M.A. 81 (Honours : —
Hertford scholarship 75, Latin v^.rse 75, 1 classical
mods. 75, Greek verse 77, proxime accessit Ireland
scholarship 78, 2 classics 78) ; of Kiftsgate court
and late of Mickleton Manor, co. Glouc. , j.p.

Maude, rev. Joseph Hooper, born at Chirk, co. Denbigh,
14 Sept. , 1852 ; 2s. Joseph, vicar 52-74. Corpus



Christi, matric. 18 Oct., 71, aged 19 (from
Uppingham school), scholar 71-5, fellow Hertford
75-84, and 87, B.A. 76, M.A. 78 (Honours :
— 1 classical mods. 73, 2 classics 75), proctor 92,
examining chaplain to bishop of St. Alban's 90.

Campbell, John Edward, born in Lisburn, Ireland,
1862; 3s. John, D.Med. Hertford,
matric. 14 Oct., 84, aged 22 (from Queen's coll.,
Belfast), scholar 83-7, fellow 87, B.A. 88, M.A. 91 ;
Honours : — 1 mathematical mods. 85, 1 mathe-
matics 87, junior 85, and senior mathematical
scholarship 88, Herschel astronomical prize 88.

Inge, William Ralph, born at Crayke, Yorks, 6 June
i860; is. William, d.d. , provost of Worcester ;
scholar King's Coll., Cambridge, 79 (from Eton
74-9), B.A. 83, M.A. 86, fellow 86-8 (Honours:—
Bell scholarship 80, Greek verse 80, Porson scholar-
ship 81, Craven scholarship 82, 1st class in classical,
tripos 82 and 83, Greek Ode, Latin Ode, and Greek
epigram 82, 1st Chancellor's classical medal 83,
Hare prize 85) ; fellow Hertford 88, incorporated
29 Jan., 89, aged 28, tutor 90, select preacher at
Oxford 93 ; a master at Eton 84-8.

Rashdall, rev. Hastings, born in London 24 June,
1858 ; is. John, vicar of Dawlish, 64-9. New
Coll. , matric. 13 Oct. , 77, aged 19 (from Harrow),
scholar 77-82, B.A. 81, M.A. 84; fellow Hertford
88 (Honours : — 2 classical mods. 78, Stanhope
essay 79, 2 classics 81, English essay 83); M.A. ,
ad eundem Durham 84, chaplain and tutor 84-88 ;
select preacher, Cambridge, 88, lecturer St. David's
coll., Lampeter, 83.

Haselfoot, Charles Edward, born in London 2 Aug.,
1864; is. Frederick Kneller, bar.-at-law Inner
Temple. New Coll., matric. 12 Oct., 83, aged 19
(from Winchester), scholar 82, B.A. 87 ; fellow
Hertford 88, M.A. 90; (Honours:— 1 mathe-
matical mods. 84, 1 mathematics 86, 1 physics 88,
accessit junior mathematical scholarship 85, senior
mathematical scholarship 87, Herschel astronomical
prize 87), lecturer at Wadham 88.

G-reenidge, Abel Hendy Jones, born in St. John's
Barbados, 1866; 2s. Nathaniel Heath, cler.

Balliol, matric. 15OCL , 84, aged i8(from Barbadian
schools), exhibitioner 85, B.A. 88; fellow Hertf - ord
89, M.A. 91; Honours:— 1 classical mods. 86,
1 classics 88.

Poynton, Arthur Blackburne, born at Kelston,
Somerset, 28 June, 1867 ; 4s. Francis John, cler.
Balliol, matric. 24 Oct., 85, aged 18 (from Marl-
borough coll.), scholar 84, B.A. 89; fellow Hert-
ford 89, M.A. 92 ; (Honours : — Hertford scholar-
ship 85, 1 classical mods. 87, Craven scholarship 87,
accessit 86, 1 classics 89), classical lecturer 89.

Bennett, Ernest Nathaniel, born at Colombo, Ceylon,
12 Dec, 1865; o.s. George, rector of Rede, Suffolk.
Wadham, matric. 19 Oct., 85, aged 19 (from
Durham school); scholar Hertford 85, B.A. 90,
fellow 91, M.A. 92 (Honours: — 1 classical mods.
87, 1 classics 89, 1 theology 90, Greek testament
prize 91), lecturer 93.

Cecil, lord Hugh Richard Heathcote, born 14 Oct.
1809 ; 5s. Robert Arthur, marquis of Salisbury.
University Coll., matric. 15 Oct., 87, aged 18
(from Eton) ; fellow Hertford 91, B.A. 91 ;
Honours : — 1 history 91.



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HONORARY FELLOWS.

Mowbray, right hon. sir John Robert, bart:, M.A.,
hon. fellow 1875, hon. student Christ Church 76,
where see page 412.

Jeiine, rt. hon. sir Francis Henry, born at St. Helier's,
isle of Jersey, 17 March, 1843 ; is. Francis, master
of Pembroke and bishop of Peterborough. Bal-
LIOL, matric. 1 Jan., 62, aged 18 (from Harrow),
scholar 6i-6, B.A. 65 ; fellow Hertford 74-90,



M.A. 74, hon. fellow 91 (Honours : — Stanhope
essay 63, 1 classical mods. 63, 1 classics 65, Arnold
essay 67), treasurer 63 and president Oxford union
society 64; bar.-at-law, Inner Temple 68, Q.c. 88,
late chancellor of the dioceses of Gloucester and
Bristol, St. Alban's and St. Asaph, St. Davids,
Bangor, Peterborough, and Durham, judge high
court of justice 91, and president of probate, divorce
and admiralty division 92, knighted 91, P.C. and
judge advocate general.





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Jeune, rt hon. sir Francis Henry, fellow 74-90, see
among the hon. fellows.

Muir-Mackenzie, Montague Johnstone, born at Dun-
keld, co. Perth, 29 Sept. , 1847; 5s. John Muir, bart.
Brasenose, matric. 24 May, 66, aged 18 (from
the Charterhouse), scholar 66-70, B.A. 70 ; fellow
Hertford 74-89 (Honours : — 1 mathematical
mods. 68, 1 mathematics 70), bar.-at-law, Lincoln's
Inn, 70, recorder of Deal 92.

Broughton, Reginald, born at Elmley Lovett, co.
Worcester, 28 May, 1836 ; is. Bryan Sneyd, rector
of Washington, co. Durham. Balliol, matric. 24
Jan., 55, aged 18 (from Cheltenham coll.), scholar
55-60, B.A. 59, M.A. 61 ; fellow Hertford 74-7 ;
(Honours : — Hertford scholarship 56, 1 classical
mods, and 2 mathematical mods. 56, Greek verse
58, 2 classics 58, 2 mathematics 59, Latin essay 60);
principal Nelson coll. 62-81, and headmaster Christ's
coll. school, Canterbury, New Zealand 63-4, vicar of
Long Benton, Northumberland, 68-71, 2nd master
Newcastle-on-Tyne gr. school 71-3, rector of
Mottiston-with-Shorwell, isle of Wight, 77-85.

GrOdley, (sir) Arthur, K.c.B. , born in London 17 June,
1847 ; is. John Robert, of Killigar, co. Leitrim,
assist, under-sec. of state for war. Balliol, matric.
13 Oct., 66, aged 18 (from Rugby), exhibitioner 65-71,
B.A. 71, M.A. 73; fellow Hertford 74-81 [Hon-
ours : — Latin verse 67, Hertford scholarship 68,
1 classics 68, Greek verse 69, Ireland scholarship 70
(proxime accessit 69), Greek prose 70, Eldon law
scholarship 74] ; bar.-at-law, Lincoln's Inn, 76, c.B.
5 Aug., 82, a commissioner of inland revenue 82-3,
permanent under secretary of state India 83, K.c.B.
Jan., 93.

Balmer, rev. Edward Liddell, born at Clerkenwell,
Middlesex, 1842 ; 2s. John, gent. Magdalen

Hall, matric. 6 June, 60, aged 18 (from Islington
school), scholar 60, B.A. 64, M.A. 69, tutor 73-82 ;
fellow Hertford 75-88 ; Honours : — 2 classical
mods, and 1 mathematical mods. 62, 1 mathe-
matics 64, senior mathematical scholarship 66.

Moore, Joseph Henry Hamilton, born 1853 ;

2s. James Hamilton, of Dublin, gent. B.A. Trinity
Coll. , Dublin, 70 (Honours : — 1 philosophy 73, and
Wray metaphysical prize 73 at Dublin) ; fellow
Hertford 75-88 (incorporated 18 April, 76, aged
23), M.A. 77 ; student Middle Temple, 76.

Fineh-Hatton, Murray Edward Gordon, 12th earl
of Winchelsea and 7th earl of Nottingham, born 28
March, 1851 ; 2s. George William, earl of Win-
chelsea. Balliol, matric. 17 Oct., 70, aged 19
(from Eton), B.A. 74 ; fellow Hertford 75-6,
M.A. 77 (Honours : — 1 classical mods. 72, 1 history
74) ; m.p. South Lincolnshire 84-5, Spalding division
85-7-

Capes, rev. William Wolfe, M.A. ; fellow Queen's
56-70, and fellow Hertford 77-86. See Queen's,
page 180.

Haigh, Arthur Elam, born at Leeds 1855 ;

3s. Joseph, gent. Corpus Christi, matric. 22
Oct., 74, aged 19 (from Leeds school), scholar 74-8;
fellow Hertford 78-86, B.A. 78, M.A. 81 ;
(Honours : — 1 classical mods. 75, Greek verse 76,
Greek prose 77, Stanhope essay 78, 1 classics 78,
Craven scholarship 79) ; lecturer of Corpus 78 and
of Wadham 87.

Lockhart, Alexander Francis Maxwell, born at
Inchinannan, co. Renfrew 1854 ; 5s. Lau-

rence, cler. Balliol, matric. 20 Oct., 74, aged 20
(from Edinburgh university), scholar Hertford
75-8, B.A. 78, fellow 78-89; Honours:— 1 classical
mods. 76, 1 classics 78 ; brother of James S.,
fellow 75.



James, Charles Ashworth, born in London 9 Jan.,
1859 ; 3s. John Henry, of Watford, solicitor.
Balliol, matric. 20 Oct., 77, aged 18 (from Rugby),
scholar 75-81 ; fellow Hertford 81-92, B.A. 81
(Honours : — 1 classical mods. 78, Hertford scholar-
ship 79, Latin verse 79, Ireland scholarship 81, 1
classics 81, Craven scholarship 81, Eldon law
scholarship 8r, Derby scholarship 83); bar.-at-law,
Lincoln's Inn, 84. See Foster's Men at the Bar.



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