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Austin, o*ne of the customers of Southampton, born
there Nov., 1599. Merton, matric. 26 Jan. , 1615-
16, aged 17; postmaster 1615, B.A. 15 Oct., 1618,
fellow 1619, M.A. 10 July, 1624 (incorporated at
Cambridge 1626), created D. D. 12 April, 1648, (re-
incorporated at Cambridge 1657) ; preacher of
Lincoln's Inn 1628, chaplain to the King, vicar of
Northampton All Saints 1628-9, rector of Braunston,
Northants, 1631, one of the Westminster assembly
of divines 1643, vicar of Lawrence Jewry 1645-62,
one of the parliamentary visitors 1647-50, dean
of Christ Church 1648-50, 1659, vice-chancellor
1648-50, warden of Merton July, 1660 — Feb.,
1660-1, canon of Worcester 1660, bishop of Norwich
1 661, until his death 28 July, 1676. See Al. Ox. 1247.

31. Clayton, sir Thomas, D.Med., warden (4 or 6
May), 1661-93 1 s - Thomas, regius professor of
medicine (1612-47). Pembroke, matric. 25 May,
1627, aged 15 ; B.A. 22 Jan., 1628-9, M.A. 17 Oct.,
1631, B.Med. 18 July 1635, D. Med. 19 June, 1639,
regius professor of medicine 1647-65 ; of La Vache,
Bucks, a member of Gray's Inn 1633, M.P. Oxford
University 1660, knighted 27 March 1661 ; died 4
Oct., 1693, buried in the college chapel. See Al.
Ox. 288.

32. Lydall, Richard, D.Med., warden 27 Nov.,
1693 ; s. John, of Uxmore, Oxon, gent. Oriel,
matric. 19 Jan., 1637-8, aged 17, B.A. 23 Oct.,
1641 ; fellow Merton 1641, M.A. 3 July, 1647,
B.Med. 3 July, 1656, D.Med. 3 July, 1657; junior
1650, and senior Linacre reader 1653 ; served in
the king's army during the civil war ; died 5 March,
1703-4, aged 84, buried in the chapel ; will at
Oxford proved 21.sK See Al. Ox. 952.

33. Martin, Edmund, D.Med., warden 1704; s.
Thomas, of Rousham, Oxon, gent. University
Coll., matric. 13 July, 1675, aged 16, B.A. 1679 !
fellow Merton 1680, M.A. 1683, B.Med. 1686,
D.Med. 1689; died at Mapperton, Dorset, 21 June,
1709, buried 7 July in the outer chapel of his college ;
probate at Oxford 12th. See Al. Ox. 977.

34. Holland, John, D.D., warden, 1709; s. Thomas,
of Worcester, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 24
March, 1681-2, aged 16 ; migrated to St. Alban
Hall, B.A. 1685; fellow Merton 1688, M.A.
1691, proctor 1700, B. and D.D. 1707 ; chaplain to
the King, canon of Salisbury 1716, and of Worces-
ter 1723, rector of East Hendred, Berks, 1721, until
his death at Worcester, 26 May, 1734, buried in
the college chapel ; will at Oxford proved 27 July
1734. See A I. Ox. 731.

35. Wyntle, Robert, D.Med., warden 18 July, 1734;
s. Richard, of Gloucester city, gent. Pembroke,
matric 27 March, 1699, aged 16, B.A. 1702 ; fellow
Merton 1705, M.A. 1709, B. and D.Med. 1726,
one of the two first Radcliffe travelling fellows (July)
1715-25 from University Coll. ; died 22 Aug.,
1750, buried 28th in Merton chapel. See Al. Ox.
696.

36. Robinson, John, M.A., warden 20 Sept., 1750;
s. Thomas, of St. Nicholas Newcastle upon Tyne,
gent. Merton, matric 24 April, 1729, aged 15,
B.A. 19 Jan., 1732-3, fellow 1738, M.A. 1739, B.
and D.D. 1751 ; vicar of Great Wolford, co.
Warwick, 1744-9 1 died 18 March, 1759, buried in
the college chapel. See Al. Ox. ii. 1213.

37. Barton, Henry, M.A. , warden 17 April, 1759; s.
Henry, rector of Churchill, co. Wore Merton,
matric. 8 May, 1733, aged 15, B.A. 1737, fellow 1738,



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M.A. 1740, B. and D.D. 1759; vicar of Gt. Wolford,
co. Warwick, 1749, and of Eynsham, Oxon, 1761-5,
chaplain to the king 1765, vicar (portion) of Bampton,
Oxon, 1766, until his death 13 July, 1790. See
Al. Ox. ii. 70.

38. Berdmore, Scrope, D.D., warden 29 July, 1790,
resigned 1809 ; s. Scrope, of Nottingham St. Mary,
D.D. Merton, matric. 6 March, 1762, aged (?is),
B.A. 1766, fellow 1768, M.A. 1769, B.D. 1777, D.D.
1785, proctor 1776, vice-chancellor 1796; rector of
Hawerby, co. Lincoln, 1773-99, vicar of Lowdham,
Notts, 1773-1814, rector of South Tidworth, Hants,
1785-98, rector of Barnburgh, Yorks, 1797, and of
Minstead, Hants, 1801, until his death 16 Dec, 1814.
See Al. Ox. ii. 98.

39. Vaughan, Peter, D.D. , warden 30 Dec, 1809; s.
James, of Leicester, D.Med. Merton, matric. 28
March, 1787, aged 17 (from Rugby), B.A. 1790,
fellow 1794, M.A. 1795, tutor, B.D. 1806, D.D.
1810, proctor 1805 (Honours : — Latin verse 1788) ;
assistant master Rugby 1792, vicar of High Offley,
co. Stafford, 1812, vicar of St. John Baptist, Oxford,



dean of Chester 1820, and rector of Northenden,
Cheshire, 15 April, 1825, until his death 25 April,
1825. See Al. Ox. ii. 1466.

40. Marsham, Robert Bullock, D.C.L., warden 28
July, 1826 ; born atThurnham, Kent, 17 June, 1786,
s. Jacob, canonof Windsor. Christ Church, matric.
21 Oct., 1803, aged 17 (from Eton), B.A. 1807;
fellow Merton 1811-26, M.A. 1814, dean 1824,
D.C.L., 1826, bar.-at-law, Lincoln's Inn, 1817 ; died
27 Dec. , 1880, aged 94. See Al. Ox. ii. 919.

41. Brodrick, Hon. George Charles, D.C.L., warden

17 Feb., 1881 ; born at Castle Rising, Norfolk, 5 May,
1831, 2s. William John, 7th viscount Midleton, dean
of Exeter. Balliol, matric. 14 March, 1850, aged

18 (from Eton), B.A. 1854 ; fellow Merton 1855-81,
M.A. 1856, B.C.L. and D.C.L. 1886 (Honours:
— 1 classical mods. 1852, 1 classics 1853, 1 law and
history 1854, Arnold essay 1855, English essay
1855), president 1854, and librarian of the Oxford
union society 1855; bar.-at-law, Lincoln's Inn, 1859,
a governor of Eton Coll. , May, 1887. See Al. Ox.
ii. 165.










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FELLOWS.



Randolph, John James, born at Sheen, Surrey, 8
Nov., 1816 ; 2s. Thomas, cler. Christ Church,
matric. 15 May, 34, aged 17 (from Westminster
school), student 34-44, B.A. 38 ; fellow Merton 40,
M.A. 41, tutor 41, subwarden 46 (Honours: — Latin
verse 37, 1 classics and 2 mathematics 37) ; bar.-at-
law, Lincoln's Inn, 44. See Foster's Men at the Bar.

Clifton, Robert Bellamy, born atGedney, co. Lincoln,
13 March, 1836; o.s. Robert, arm. Scholar St. John's
Coll., Cambridge, 56, (from University Coll.,
London), B.A. 59, fellow 59-62, M.A. 62 (Honours:
— 6th wrangler and 2nd Smith's prizeman 59);
incorporated at Oxford from WADHAM29 Nov., 65,
aged 29, created M.A. 7 Dec, 65, hon. fellow
68-82, fellow 82, professor of experimental philo-
sophy 65 ; fellow Merton 69 ; professor natural
philosophy, Owens Coll. , Manchester, 60-6, F. R. A.S. ,
F. R.S. 68, president physical society of London
82-4, designed and organised the Clarendon Labora-
tory at Oxford. See Men and Women of the Time.

EsSOn, William, born at Dundee, Scotland,

1839 ; o.s. William, gent. St. John's, matric. 8
March, 55, aged 16 (from Cheltenham grammar
school), bible clerk 55-9, B.A. 59 ; fellow Merton
60, M.A. 62, mathematical lecturer and tutor 65
(Honours : — 2 classical mods. 56, 1 mathematical
mods. 56, junior 57, and senior mathematical
scholarship 60, 2 classics 58, 1 mathematics 59)
tutor Magdalen 66-84, lecturer Worcester 69-73
Corpus 73-84 (and tutor 73-83), and Hertford 83
mathematical moderator 64, 71, 2, 4, 9, 80, 4. 5, 6
mathematical examiner 65, 6, 7, 8, 9, 70, 6, 7, 88
curator of the University chest ; F. R.S.

Wallace, William, born at Cupar, co. Fife,

1843 ; is. James Wallace, arm. Balliol, matric.
28 Jan., 65, aged 21 (from St. Andrew's university),
exhibitioner 65-7, Jenkyns exhibitioner 67 ; fellow
Merton 67, B.A. 68, tutor 68, M.A. 71, proctor 78
(Honours : — 1 classical mods. 66, Greek prose 67,
1 classics 67, Craven scholarship 69), examiner in
classics 77, 82, 3, 8, lecturer Oriel 73-4, Whyte's
professor of moral philosophy 82.

Bradley, Francis Herbert, born at Clapham, Surrey,
30 Jan., 1846; 8s. Charles, cler. University
Coll., matric. 14 Oct., 65, aged 19 (from Marl-
borough.and Cheltenham colls.), scholar 65-70, B.A.
70 ; fellow Merton 70, M.A. 77 ; Honours : —

1 classical mods. 67, 2 classics 69.

Scott, George Rodney, born at Brislington, Somerset,

2 Feb., 1851 ; 2s. George Erving, lieut. 52nd
L. 1. , served at Waterloo. New Coll., matric.
15 Oct., 69, aged 18 (from Winchester), scholar 69,
B.A. 74; fellow Merton 74, M.A. 76, tutor 78
(Honours : — 1 classical mods. 71, 1 classics 73,
Craven scholarship 75), classical moderator 88, 9 ;
brother of Walter, ex-fellow.

Bowman, Thomas, born at Liverpool 14 Sept., 1853;
is. Thomas, cler. Wadham, matric. n Oct., 72,
aged 19 (from Bristol school), scholar 71, B.A. 76 ;
fellow Merton 77, M.A. 79 [Honours : — 1 mathe-
matical mods. 73, accessit 73, and proxime accessit
junior mathematical scholarship 74, 1 classical
mods. 74, 1 mathematics 75, senior mathematical
scholarship 78, (proxime accessit 77), Herschel
astronomical prize 78], mathematical moderator
82-34, 90-1-2, and mathematical examiner 85-6-7 ;
principal of the postmasters, lecturer, dean, and
domestic bursar.



How, Walter Wybergh, born at Nearwell, near Shrews-
bury, 1861 ; 3s. Thomas Maynard, arm. New
Coll., matric. 16 Oct., 80, aged 19 (from Win-
chester), scholar 80-4, B.A. 84; fellow Merton 84,
M.A. 87 ; Honours : — 2 classical mods. 81,
1 classics 84.

Napier, Arthur Sampson, born at Wilmslow, Cheshire,
30 Aug., 1853 ; is. George Webster, gent. Exeter,
matric. 23 May, 74, aged 20 (from Rugby and
Owens Coll., Manchester), scholar 74-8, B.A. 78,
M.A. 81 (Honours : — 1 natural science 77) ; fellow
Merton 85, and Merton professor in English lan-
guage and literature 85.

Selby, Arthur Laidlaw, born at Atherton, Lancashire,
1861 ; is. Atherton Thomas, gent. Queen's,
matric. 21 Oct., 79, aged 18 (from Heversham
school), scholar 79 84, B.A. 83, M.A. 86, lecturer
85 (Honours : — 1 mathematical mods. 80, 1 mathe-
matics 82, 1 natural science 84) ; fellow Merton
86; professor of physics University Coll. , Cardiff.

Ashburner, Walter, born at West Roxbury, America,
1864 ; 2s. Samuel, gent. Balliol, matric.
16 Oct., 83, aged 19 (from University college school
London), exhibitioner 82, Jenkyns exhibitioner 86;
fellow Merton 87, B.A. 87, M.A. 90 [Honours:
— 1 classical mods. 84, proxime accessit Ireland
scholarship 84 (and accessit 1885 bis.), proxime
accessit Hertford scholarship 85, Greek prose 85,
Craven scholarship 86, 1 classics 87]; fellow Univer-
sity college, London 88 ; bar.-at-law, Lincoln's
Inn, 92.

Hobhouse, Leonard Trelawny, born at St. Ives,
Cornwall, 8 Sept., 1864; 3s. Reginald, archdeacon
of Bodmin and rector of St. Ives. Corpus Christi,
matric. 19 Oct. , 83, aged 19 (from Marlborough),
scholar 83 ; fellow Merton 87, B.A. 88, M.A. 90
(Honours: — 1 classical mods. 84, 1 classics 87) ;
lecturer of New Coll., and assistant tutor Corpus
Christi. See Foster's Baronetage.

Bumet, John, born in Edinburgh 9 Dec, 1863; is.
John, advocate. Balliol, matric. 16 Oct., 83,
aged 19 (from Edinburgh high school and Univer-
sity), scholar 82, Jenkyns exhibitioner 87, B.A. 87 ;
fellow Merton 89, M.A. 90 [Honours : — 1 classical
mods. 84, Taylorian (French) scholar 85, 1 classics
87] ; professor of Greek, St. Andrew's University,
92, author of ' Early Greek Philosophy.'

Beazley, Charles Raymond, born at Lewisham,
Kent, 1868 ; o.s. Joseph, gent. Balliol,

matric. 19 Oct., 86, aged 18 (from St. Paul's school
and King's Coll. London), scholar 85 ; fellow
Merton 89, B.A. 90; Honours: — Lothian essay
and 1 history 89.

Joachim, Harold Henry, born in London 28 May,
1868; o.s. Henry, arm. Balliol, matric. 19 Oct.,
86, aged 18 (from Harrow), scholar 85, Jenkyns
exhibitioner 90 ; fellow Merton 90, B.A. 91 ;
Honours : — 1 classical mods. 88, 1 classics 90.

Peake, Arthur Samuel, born at Leek, co. Stafford,
1865 ; 2S. Samuel, gen. St. John's, matric
13 Oct., 83, aged 17 (from Coventry school), scholar
83-5, Casberd scholar 87-9, B.A. 87 ; fellow Merton
90, M.A. 91 ; Honours : — 3 classical mods. 85,
1 theology 87, theological scholarship 89, and
Ellerton theological essay 90.



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Dixon, Arthur Lee, born at Pickering, Yorks, 27
Nov. , 1867 ; 2s. George Thomas, gent. Wor-
cester, matric. 22 Oct., 85, aged 17 (from Kings-
wood school), scholar 84, B.A. 88 ; fellow Merton
91, M.A. 92; Honours: — 1 mathematical mods.
86, junior mathematical exhibition 86, and scholar-
ship 87, 1 mathematics 88, Herschel astronomical
prize 89, 90, proxime accessit 90, and senior mathe-
matical scholarship 91.

Taylor, Alfred Edward, born at Oundle, Northants,
22 Dec. , 1869 ; is. Alfred, gent. New Coll. , matric.
14 Oct., 87, aged 17 (from Kingswood school),
scholar 87; fellow MERTON91, B.A. 91 ; Honours:
— 1 classical mods. 89, 1 classics 91.

Lankester, Edwin Ray, born in London, 15 May,
1847; is. Edwin, D.Med., F.R.S. coroner for
Middlesex. Christ Church, matric. 14 April, 66,
aged 18 (from St. Paul's school), a junior student
66-7, B.A. 68; fellow Exeter 72-89, M.A. 72, hon.
fellow 89 (Honours: — 1 natural science 68, Burdett-
Coutts scholarship 69, Radcliffe travelling fellowship
70), natural science examiner 79, 80, 81, Linacre
professor of human and comparative anatomy 91,
deputy professor 90-1, fellow of Merton 92, scholar
Downing college, Cambridge, 64, professor of
zoology and comparative anatomy in University
college, London, 74, F.R.S. 75, and a member of
council 82, 88, professor of natural history, Edin-
burgh, 81, royal medallist (Royal Society) 85,
editor of "Quarterly Journal of Microscopic Science "
70, hon. LL.D. St. Andrew's 85, founder and presi-
dent of the marine biological association 84, examiner
in the universities of Cambridge, London, and New
Zealand. See Men and Women of the Time.

Gardiner, Samuel Rawson, born at Ropley, Southants,
4 March, 1829 ; is. Rawson Boddam, arm. Carist
Church, matric. 20 Oct., 47, aged 18 (from Win-
chester), student 50-1, B.A. 51, hon. student 78 ;
fellow All Souls' 84, M.A. 84 (Honours: — 1
classics 51), examiner in history 86, 7, 8 ; fellow of
Merton 92, professor of modern history King's
Coll., London, 76, and hon. fellow 85, hon. LL.D.
Edinburgh, author of history of England temp.
James I. and Charles I., etc. See Men and
Women of the Time.

HONORARY FELLOWS.

Creigfhton, Rt. Rev. Mandell, born at Carlisle,
Cumberland, 5 July, 1843 ; is. Robert, arm.
Merton, matric. 18 Oct., 62, aged 19 (from
Durham school) ; postmaster 62, fellow and
tutor 66-75, BA - 6 7> M.A. 69, hon. fellow 89, D.D.
by diploma 17 March, 91 (Honours : — 1 classical
mods. 64, 1 classics and 2 law and history 66),
librarian 67, and president of Ox r ordunionsociety 68,
law and history examiner 71-2, history examiner
72-3-5-6-7, 83-4-5, select preacher 75-7, 86-8 ; fellow
Emmanuel Coll., and Dixie professor of eccle-
siastical history Cambridge, 84-91, incorporated
M.A. 85, history examiner 88-9, hon. fellow Em-
manuel Coll., 91, D.D. 91, and select preacher
87; hon. LL.D. Glasgow, 83, hon. D.C.L.
Durham 85, hon. LL.D. Harvard University 86,
and hon. Litt.D. Dublin 92; vicar of Embleton,
Northumberland, 74-84, hon. canon of Newcastle-
upon-Tyne 82-5, canon of Worcester 85-90, bishop
of Peterborough 91. See Men and Women of the
Time.

Lang, Andrew, born in Selkirk town, N.B., 31 March,
1844; is. John, arm. Balliol, matric. 28 Jan.,
65, aged 20 (from Edinburgh academy, and St.
Andrew's university), exhibitioner 65-8, Jenkyns
exhibitioner 68; fellow Merton 68-76, B.A. 69,
M.A. 75, hon. fellow 89 (Honours: — 1 classical
mods. 66, 1 classics 68); Giffard lecturer in St.
Andrew's university on natural religion 88, and hon.
LL.D. — ; a well-known writer. See Men and
Women of the Time.



Wilson, Rev. Robert James, M.A. , hon. fellow 89;
warden of Keble, where see page 627.

EX-FELLOWS.

EstCOTirt, Edmund Hiley Bucknall, born in Mary-
lebone, 22 Nov., 1803 ; 3s. Thomas Grimston B-E.,
d.c.l., m.p. Balliol, matric. 13 Dec, 21,
aged 18 (from Harrow), B.A. 25; fellow Merton
26-31, M.A. 28; of Estcourt, co. Gloucester, vicar
of Wolford, co. Warwick, 30-43, and rector of Eck-
ington, co. Derby, 43.

Bathurst, Stuart Eyre, born in London, 10 Dec,
1815 ; s. James, lieut. -general, K.c.B. etc. Christ
Church, matric 15 May 34, aged 18 (from
Winchester), B.A. 37; fellow Merton 39-45,
M.A. 40; rector of Kibworth Beauchamp, co.
Leicester ; seceded to Rome ; canon of Birming-
ham, and rector of St. Michael's Aston, Stone, co.
Staff. ; registrar diocese of Norwich. See Foster's
Peerage.

Hobhouse, Rt. Rev. Edmund, born in London, 17
April, 1817; 2s. Rt. Hon. Henry, of Hadspen House,
Somerset. Balliol, matric. 16 Dec. , 34, aged 18
(from Eton), B.A. 38 ; fellow Merton 41-58, M.A.
42, B.D. 51, D.D. 58, and of Durham ad eundem 58 ;
vicar of St. Peter-in-the-East, Oxford, 43-58, bishop
of Nelson, New Zealand, 58-65, assistant to bishop
of Lichfield 69-80, chancellor diocese of Lichfield
74-5. See Foster's Baronetage.

GrOUlburn, Very Rev. Edward Meyrick, born in
London 11 Feb., 1818 ; s. Edward, serjeant-at-arms,
D.C.L. Balliol, matric. 29 Nov., 34, aged 16
(from Eton), scholar 34-41, B.A. 39; fellow Mer-
ton 41-6, M.A. 42, D.C.L. 50, D.D. 56, principal
of postmasters and tutor 43-5 (Honours : — 1 clas-
sics 39), select preacher 45, 56, 64, 71, Bampton
lecturer 50, perpetual curate Holywell, Oxford, 44-50;
head master Rugby 50-8, prebendary of St. Paul's 58,
minister of Quebec chapel 58-9, incumbent of
Paddington St. John 59-67, chaplain to the Queen
59, and dean of Norwich 66-89. For list of his
works see Crockford & Men and Women of the
Time.

Compton, Berdmore, born in London, 14 July, 1820 ;
3s. Henry Combe, arm. Merton, matric. 8 Dec,
36, aged 16 (from Rugby), postmaster 38-41, B.A.
41, fellow 41-52, M.A. 43, tutor 43 (Honours: — 3
classics and 1 mathematics4i). in the university eight
39; of Atherstone Hall, co. Warwick; bar.-at-law,
Lincoln's Inn, 46, vicar of All Saints', Margaret-
street, London, 73-86.

Pollen, John Hungerford, born in London, 19 Nov.,
1820 ; 2s. Richard, of Rodbourne, Wilts, arm.
Christ Church, matric. 30 May, 38, aged 17 (from
Eton), B.A. 42 ; fellow Merton 42-52, M.A. 44,
proctor 51 ; seceded to Rome ; late of South Ken-
sington Museum. See Foster's Baronetage.

Farrer, Henry Richard, born in London, 3 July,
1821 ; 4s. James William, of St. Giles, Westminster,
arm. Merton, matric. 18 May, 39, aged 17
(from Westminster school), postmaster 39-43,
B.A. 43, M.A. 45, fellow 43-55 (Honours) :— 2
classics 42) ; of Green Hammerton, Yorks, bar.-at-
-law, Lincoln's Inn, 51.

WodehOUSe, Walker, born at Gosport, Hants, 1 Aug. ,
1819; 2s. Thomas, canon of Wells. Exeter,
matric. 30 May, 39, aged 19 (from
school), B.A.43; fellow Merton 44-7, M.A. 46;
vicar of Elham, Kent, 46.

Mildmay, Arundell Charles St. John, born at Dog-
mersfield, Hants, 21 June, 1820 ; 3s. Paulet St.
John, of Hazelgrove, Somerset. Merton, matric.
1 June, 39, aged 18 (from Rugby), B.A. 43,
fellow 44-9, M.A. 46; rector of Lapworth, co.
Warwick, 48-64, of Long Marston, Yorks, 46-73, of
Alvechurch, co. Worcester, 73-9, and of Denton,
Norfolk, 79-83. See Foster's Baronetage.



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Osborn, Montagu Francis Finch, born in London, 20
May, 1824 ; 4s. John, of Chicksands Priory, Beds,
5th bart. d.C.l. , M.P. Balliol, matric. 24 March,

41, aged 16 (from Westminster school), B.A.
45; fellow Merton 47-52, M.A. 48 (Honours : —
4 classics 45) ; rector of Kibworth Beauchamp, co.
Leicester, 51-84, vicar of Embleton, Northumber-
land, 84, B.D. and hon. canon of Newcastle 91.
See Foster's Baronetage.

Eaton, John Richard Turner, born at Lambeth,

1825; o.s. John, gent. Lincoln, matric. 19 March,

42, aged 17 (from Elizabeth Coll. Guernsey, and
King's Coll. London), scholar 42-6, B.A. 45 ; fellow
and tutor Merton 47-65, M.A. 48, principal of
postmasters (Honours: — 1 classics and 3 mathe-
matics 35), classics examiner 52, 60, 1, 3, 4, select
preacher 63, Bampton lecturer 72, Whyte professor
moral philosophy 74-8 ; rector of Lapworth, co.
Warwick, 64-78, of Denton, Norfolk, 77-9, and
since 91, of Alvechurch 79-86, and of Churchlench
(both) co. Worcester, 86-91.

Dickins, William Park, born at Cherington, co.
Warwick, 26 July, 1824; is. William, d.l. Oriel,
matric. 27 May, 42, aged 17 (from Winchester),
scholar 42, B.A. 46 ; fellow Merton 47-60, M.A.
49 (Honours: — 1 classics 46); of Cherington,
J. P., D.L. Warwickshire, bar.-at-law, Lincoln's
Inn, 51. See Foster's Men at the Bar.

Stapylton, William Chetwynd, born at Cockglode,
Notts, 15 May, 1825 ; 3s. Henry Richard Chetwynd,
major 10th hussars. Merton, matric. 17 June,

43, aged 18 (from Eton), postmaster 43-7, B.A. 47,
fellow 47-51, M.A. 53 (Honours: — 3 classics 47),
in university eight 44-5-6 ; vicar of Maiden, Surrey, 50,
hon. canon of Rochester 78. See Foster's Peerage.

Karslake, William Henry, born at Croydon, Surrey,
23 Aug. , 1825 ; 4s. Henry, gent. Balliol, matric. 1
Dec. ,43, aged 18 (from Westminster school), B.A. 48;
fellow Merton 51-63, M.A. 52, tutor 53 (Honours:
— 1 classics 48); perpetual curate Hove St. Andrew,
Sussex, 62-6, vicar of Westcott, Surrey, 66-82,
preacher at Lincoln's Inn 70-80. For list of his
works see Crockford.

Roundell, Charles Savile, born at Clifton, Yorks, 19
July, 1827; 3s. Danson Richardson, of Gledstone,
Yorks, cler. Balliol, matric. 29 Nov., 45, aged
18 (from Harrow), B.A. 50; fellow Merton 51-74,
M.A. 52 (Honours : — 1 classics and 2 mathematics
50, English essay 51), in university eleven 47;
J. P., D. L. , Sussex, bar.-at-law, Lincoln's Inn, 57,
resumed his patronymic Roundell, in lieu of Currer,
M.P. Grantham 80-5, Yorkshire (Skipton division)
92, private secretary to earl Spencer when lord
lieutenant of Ireland, a governor of Harrow school.

Prescot, Kenrick, born at Stockport 23 June, 1830 ;
is. Charles Kenrick, rector 20-75. Brasenose,
matric. 22 June, 48, aged 17 (from Macclesfield
school), scholar 48-52, B.A. 52; fellow Merton
53-64, tutor 54-61, M.A. 55, college lecturer modern
history and law 54 (Honours : — 1 classics 52), in
university eight 52 and 53 ; vicar of Ponteland, North-
umberland, 64-78, and of Lapworth, co. Warwick, 78.

Sidgwick, William Carr, born at Rampside,
Lancashire, 1834 ; is. William, cler. Corpus

Christi, matric. 4 Dec, 52, aged 18 (from Black-
heath school), exhibitioner 52-7, B.A. 57 ; fellow
Merton 57-73, M.A. 59, tutor 59-70, principal of
postmasters and chaplain 67-8 (Honours: — 1
classical mods, and 2 mathematical mods. 54, 1
classics and 4 mathematics 56), examiner in classics
65 and 74, lecturer in logic and political economy
Oriel 81-2 ; a student of Lincoln's Inn 69.

King, rev. John Richard, fellow 59-66 ; fellow ORIEL
76, where see page 150.



Caird, Edward, born at Greenock 22 March, 1835 ; 6s.
John, arm. Balliol, matric. 13 Oct., 60, aged
25 (from Glasgow university), exhibitioner 60-4,
Jenkyns exhibitioner 62, B.A. 63 ; fellow Merton
64-8, tutor 64-6, M.A. 73, created D.C.L. 22
June, 92 (Honours : — Hebrew scholarship 61, 1
classical mods. 62, 1 classics 63), librarian Oxford
union society 65 ; professor of moral philosophy,
Glasgow university, 66.

Papillon, Thomas Leslie, born at Lexden, Essex,
12 April, 1841 ; o.s. John, rector 41. Balliol,
matric. 13 Oct., 60, aged 19 (from Marlborough),
scholar 59-64, B.A. 64 ; fellow Merton 65-9, M.A.
67, tutor 66 ; fellow New Coll. 69-84 (see page
247), tutor 70-84 [Honours: — Hertford scholarship
62 (accessit 61), 1 classical mods. 62, Latin verse 63,
1 classics 64, accessit Craven scholarship 65], classical
moderator 79, 85, 6, 7, chaplain Balliol 81-3, White-
hall preacher 77-9 ; vicar of Writtle, Essex, 84.

Creighton, Rt. Rev. Mandell, fellow 66-75, non -
fellow see page 95.

Reinold, Arnold William, born at Hull, Yorks, 19
June, 1843; is. Arnold, arm. Brasenose, matric.
17 Oct., 63, aged 20 (from York school), scholar
63-6, B.A. 66 ; fellow Merton 66-70 ; student
Christ Church (see page 424), and Lee's reader in
physics 69-73, M.A. 70 ; Honours :■ — junior 65
(accessit 64), and senior mathematical scholarship
69, 1 mathematical mods. 65, 1 mathematics 66,
1 natural science 67.

Knox, Edmund Arbuthnot, born at Bangalore

1848 ; 2s. George, cler. Corpus Christi,
matric. 7 June, 65, aged 17 (from St. Paul's school),
scholar 65-8; fellow Merton 68-84, B.A. 69, M.A.
72, tutor 75-85, principal of postmasters, chaplain 79-
. 85 (Honours : — 1 classical mods. 67, Boden
Sanskrit scholarship 67, 1 classics 68, 1 law and
history 69), vicar of St. John Baptist, Oxford, 74-9 ;
rector of Kibworth Beauchamp 84-91, and of



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