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GENEALOGY C0LL.ECT10N



ADMISSIONS



TO THE COLLEGE OF



ST JOHN THE EVANGELIST



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ADMISSIONS

TO THE COLLEGE OF

ST JOHN THE EVANGELIST

IN THE UNIVERSITY OF

CAMBRIDGE

PART III
JULY 1715— NOVEMBER 1767



EDITED WITH NOTES



ROBERT FORSYTH SCOTT, M.A.,

FELLOW AND SENIOE BURSAR OF THE COLLEGE



CAMBRIDGE

PRINTED FOR THE COLLEGE AT THE UNIVERSITY PRESS

AND SOLD BY

DEIGHTON BELL AND CO.
1903



CambntigE

FEINTED BY J. AND C. F. CLAY
AT THE DNIVEKSITY PRESS









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1315309

TO THE KEADER.

N this Volume I have continued the work of editing the College



. Admission Register begun by Professor John E. B. Mayor.
^ Professor Mayor generously placed at my disposal his tran-
;C^script of the Register; this contained a number of brief notes by the
late Mr C. H. Cooper. He also allowed me the use of a number
of his MS. volumes of notes on members of the College. To this
source most of the references to the Gentleman's Magazine and
nearly all the references to the Cambridge Chronicle are due.

Following the example of Dr Venn in his work on the Regis-
ters of Gonville and Caius College I have searched the Act
Books, Ordination Books, and Institution Books in many Diocesan
Registries, extracting from these the ordinations of members of
the College and their institutions to benefices. The value of these
records can hardly be overstated. In most dioceses the degree
and College of those ordained is given, though the practice and
the date at which it commences varies.

The MSS. at the Public Record Office and the Cole and Davy
Collections in the British Museum have also been consulted.
Cole's collections have been quoted very freely, for his comments
and his point of view are often more illuminating than the actual
facts recorded. I have also had the use of Mr Joseph Foster's
legal and ecclesiastical collections.



PREFACE.



The Parish Registers of some of the Churches in Cambridge,
more especially that of All Saints, in which the older part of the
College is situated, have been examined.

I have also to thank many correspondents for help. The late
Mr Justin Simpson, of Stamford ; the late Rev. J. Ingle Dredge,
Vicar of Buckland Brewer ; the late Mr C. W. Holgate, of Salis-
bury; the Rev. Canon A. R. Maddison, of Lincoln; Mr E. H. W.
Dunkin ; the Rev. T. W. Hutchinson ; Dr A. D. H. Leadman, of
Pocklington, and Mr H. M. Wood have been most generous in
furnishing me with notes and hints.

Occasionally I have been so fortunate as to get details from
descendants of members of the College, or from correspondents
specially interested in some person or family.

The result is that in about ninety per cent, of the entries
some account of the subsequent career of the individual has been
obtained. These accounts necessarily differ in fulness, but in the
majority of cases enough has been collected to suggest to a
searcher where to look for more. Where the identification has
not been completely satisfactory to my own mind I have still
given my conjecture, with the expression of a doubt, in the
hope that someone may be able to carry the matter a step
further.

It is almost impossible in a work such as this to attain
finality. Its appearance will, I hope, lead to further identifica-
tions and to the accumulation of further facts regarding the names
contained in the Register. I shall be very grateful to any
correspondent who may feel inclined to assist me.

I have not ventured to impose on anyone the task of reading
the proofs of the Appendix. But dates and references have been
checked with the original transcripts, and I hope the mistakes will
not be found numerous.

Mr P. J. F. Gantillon has prepared the index to the Register
on the lines suggested by Professor Mayor.



PREFACE. Vll

The sections of this index deserve study. They give a con-
venient summary of the facts recorded. The county and school
indices shew the wide field from which the College drew its
members.

From the sources above indicated a number of further notes
on the names in Parts I. and II. of the published Register have
been collected. I intended at one time to have issued these in
the present volume, but found that to do so would increase its
dimensions to quite unmanageable limits. These notes are
therefore held over for the present, perhaps to be included here-
after in a supplementary volume.

R F. SCOTT.

St John's College,
September, 1903.



ADMISSIONS



FROM



11 JULY 1715.



July 1715— July 1716

Admissiones a Julii 6 An. Dom. 1715

(1) Jefferson, Henry, son of Henry Jefferson, clerk, Yorkshire ;
born at Beverley; bred there (Mr Lambert) for 8 years; admitted
sizar for Mr Perkins, tutor and surety Dr Edmundson, 11 July,
aet. 18.
5 (2) HoUis, Thomas, son of John Hollis, farmer {firmarU\
Northants ; born at Kilsby ; bred at Rugby, Warwickshire (Mr
Holyoake) ' fere ' 8 years ; admitted sizar for Mr Roper, tutor Mr
Drake, 23 July, aet. 20.

Memorand. Quod idem Thomas Hollis de admissione sua in Aul.
10 Clar. die Decemb. 9, 1714 de duobus terminis in dicto Collegio ad-

impletis deque vita sua laudabili dum apud eos commoratus est, id
omne testatum habuit a

Aul. Clar. Jul. 23, Nath. Vincent, Praes.

An. Dom. 1715. Bob. Greene, Tut.

15 (3) Rutter, Martin, son of Henry Rutter, mercer (merciarii),
Notts ; born at Worksop ; school, Sedbergh (Mr Saunders) 2 years ;
admitted sizar for Mr Clarke, tutor and surety Dr Edmundson,
6 August, aet. 18.

(4) Wheler, Sir Trevor, baronet, son of Sir William Wheler of
20 Leamington Hastange, Warwickshire, baronet; bi-ed at Rugby (Mr

Holyoake) ; admitted fellow commoner, tutor Dr Anstey, 26 August,
aet. 18.

(5) Motte, Samuel, son of Samuel Motte, gentleman, Essex;
born at Colchester ; bred at Ipswich, Suffolk (Mr Leeds) for 4 years ;

S. 1



2 ADMISSIONS. 1715.

admitted sizar for Mr Wotton, tutor Dr Edmundson, 29 September,
aet. 16.

Memorand. Quod idem Samuel Motte literas secum adduxit de
vita sua probata, ut et de venia sibi concessa ad aliud quodcunque
Collegium se conferendi, descriptas et signatas a 5

Aul. Cath. Tho. Crosse, Coll. Praes.

Sep. 27, 1715.

(6) Thomas, William, son of William Thomas, schoolmaster,
Leicester; born at Leicester; educated there by his father ; admitted
pensioner, tutor Dr Edmundson, 7 October, aet. 19. 10

Memorand. Quod idem Gulielmus Thomas de admissione sua in
Coll. Eman. Mar. 4 an. D. 1713 de terminis omnib. et singulis ab isto
tempore in dicto Collegio completis de venia sibi concessa ad aliud
quodcunque Coll. migrandi; nee non de vita sua laudabili dum apud
eos commoratus est, literas secum attulit signatas 15

Coll. Eman. Johan. Balderstone, Coll. Praes.

Oct. 6, 1715. Gul. Lawe, Tutore &c.

(7) Pennoyre, Thomas, son of Thomas Pennoyre, gentleman,
Hereford ; born at CHfFord ; school, Hereford (Mr Traherne) for

4 years; admitted pensioner, tutor Dr Anstey, 17 October, aet. 19. 20

(8) Duffe, Arthur, son of Patrick Duffe (deceased), Ireland,
mother's county Middlesex ; bred at Kidderminster (Mr Best) ;
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Anstey, 17 October,
aet. 17.

(9) Roberts, Hugh, son of John Roberts of Place-No with, 25
Denbigh, esquire ; school, Westminster (Dr Friend) 3 years ; ad-
mitted fellow commoner, tutor Mr Foulkes, 24 October, aet. 18.

(10) Richardson, Richard, son of Richard Richardson, 'pilearii,'
Kent ; born at Tunbridge ; bred there (Mr Spencer) ; admitted
sizar for Dominus Rigden, tutor and surety Dr Anstey, 28 October, 30
aet. 18.

(11) Lloyd, Thomas, son of Thomas Lloyd, gentleman, Wales
(Cambro-britannus) ; bom at Overton, Flint ; bred at Whitchurch,
Salop (Mr Hughes) ; admitted pensioner, tutor Mr Foulkes, 4 No-
vember, aet. 17. 35

(12) Altham, Peyton, son of James Altham of Mark Hall,
Essex, esquire ; bred at Bishop's Stortford (Dr Tooke) 3 years ; ad-
mitted fellow commoner, tutor Dr Anstey, 8 Nov., aet. 19.

(13) Tetlow, John, son of Robert Tetlow, husbandman {agri-
colae), Yorkshire ; born at Skirding, Yorks ; bred at Cunistone 40
(Mr Robinson) 2 years ; admitted sizar for Mr White, tutor Dr Ed-
mundson, 7 Nov., aet. 20.

(14) Staige, Theodosius, son of WiUiam Staige, clerk, Middle-
sex ; born in London ; school, St Paul's (Mr Askew) 3 years ; ad-
mitted sizar for Mr Pearson, tutor and surety Dr Anstey, 17 45
December, aet 19.



ADMISSIONS. 171# — 16.



171^



(15) Wood, Nathaniel, son of William Wood, clerk, North-
amptonshire ; born at Great Houghton; school, Northampton (Mr
Stiles); admitted pensioner under Dr Anstey, 26 Jan., aet. past 17.

(16) Jenkin, Thomas, son of Henry Jenkin, clerk, Norfolk ;
5 bom at Tilney ; school, Eton (Dr Snape) 2 years ; admitted pensioner,

tutor Dr Anstey, 9 February, aet. 18.

(17) Bolton, Richard, son of Richard Bolton, gentleman, Lan-
cashire ; born at Halywell ; bred at Rivington (Mr Glassebrooke) ;
admitted sizar for Mr Johnstone, tutor and surety Dr Edmundson,

10 13 February, aet. 19.

(18) Craven, William Baron, son of William Baron Craven of
Hampstead Marshall, Middlesex ; bred at Rugby (Mr Holyoake)
4 years ; admitted fellow commoner, tutor Mr Johnson, 28 February,
aet. 17.

15 (19) Coxe, Francis, son of William Coxe, woollen-draper (^awarw),
Warwickshire; born at Southam ; bred at Rugby (Mr Holyoake) 7
years ; admitted sizar for Lord Craven, tutor Dr Anstey, 2 March.

(20) Armstrong, Daniel, son of Thomas Armstrong, bailiff
{villici) to the Earl of Nottingham ; born at Burleigh on the Hill ;

20 bred at Okeham (Mr Wright) 10 years ; admitted pensioner, tutor
Dr Anstey, 6 March, aet. 17.

(21) Culm, Benjamin, son of John Culm, currier (coriarii),
Cheshire ; born at Chester ; bred there (Mr Henchman) 8 years ;
admitted sizar for Mr Chester; tutor Dr Edmundson, 12 March, aet.

25 18.

(22) Mompesson, William, son of George Mompesson, clerk,
Yorkshire ; born at York ; school, Wakefield (Mr Clarke) 2 years ;
admitted sizar for Mr Roper, tutor Mr Drake, 20 March, aet. past 18.

1716

(23) Finch, William, son of Henry Finch, husbandman {agri-
30 colae), Staffordshire ; bom at Brawood; bred there (Mr Hillman) ;

admitted sizar for Mr Fenwick, tutor Dr Anstey, 4 April, aet. past 17.

(24) Bettinson, George, son of Thomas Bettinson, innkeeper
{pandochei), Nottingham; born at Nottingham; bred there (Mr
Johnson) ; admitted sizar for Mr Foulkes, tutor Dr Anstey, 4 April,

35 aet. past 19.

(25) Gee, Thomas, son of Thomas Gee, gentleman, Yorkshire ;
born at Bishops Burton ; bred at Beverley (Mr Lambert) 8 years ;
admitted pensioner, tutor Dr Edmundson, 9 April, aet. past 15.

(26) Chambers, William, son of William Chambers, gentleman,
40 Derbyshire; born at Derby; bred there (Mr Blackwell) ; admitted

pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Edmundson, 18 April, aet. 16.

(27) Robinson, Thomas, son of John Robinson, clerk, York-
shire ; born at Lestingham ; bred at Richmond (Mr Thompson) ;
admitted sizar for Dr Pearson, tutor Dr Anstey, 20 April, aet. 18.

1—2



4 ADMISSIONS. 1716.

(28) Edmundson, Alexander, son of William Edmundson,
gentleman, Lancashire; born at Manchester; bred at Sedbergh
(Mr Saunders) 4 years ; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety
Dr Edmundson, 29 April, aet. 18.

(29) Maddox, John, son of William Maddox, mercer {mer- 5
ciarii), Herefordshire; born at Hereford; bred there (Mr Traherne);
admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Dr Anstey, 4 May, aet.
past 15 ^

(30) Lebeg, Honoratus, son of Honoratus Lebeg, M.D., Lanca-
shire; born at Leverpool ; bred at Sedbergh (Mr Saunders) 2 years, 10
previously at Preston (Mr Man waring) 10 years; admitted sizar for
Mr Clarke, tutor Dr Edmundson, 8 May, aet. 17.

(31) Brand, Jacob, son of Jacob Brand, gentleman, Suffolk ;
born at Polstead; school, Westminster (Dr Friend) 4 years; ad-
mitted pensioner, tutor Dr Edmundson, 9 May, aet. 18. 15

(32) Lowther, Thomas, son of Thomas Lowther, Yorkshire;
born at Lowdon ; bred at Sherbourne (Mr Potter) 2 years, previously
at York (Mr Herbert) ; admitted sizar for Mr Roper, tutor Mr Drake,
11 May, aet. 18.

(33) Clarke, Thomas, son of William Clarke, clerk, Yorkshire ; 20
born at York ; bred at Sherbourne (Mr Potter) more than a year,
previously at York (Mr Foster) 5 years; admitted sizar for Mr
Foulkes, tutor and surety Dr Anstey, 12 May, aet. 18.

(34) Procter, George, son of Robert Procter, currier (coriarii),
Yorkshire; born at Craven; bred at Thresh field (Mr Marshall); admit- 25
ted sizar for Mr Wotton, tutor and surety Mr Drake, 14 May,
aet. 19.

(35) Bridges, William, son of William Bridges, clerk, York-
shire; born at Castleford; bred at Sedbergh (Mr Saunders) one
year, previously at Leeds (Mr Bernard) 5 years; admitted sizar for 30
Mr Roper, tutor Mr Drake, 16 May, aet. 'fere' 18.

(36) Askew, Antony, son of Antony Askew, M.D., Westmor-
land ; born at Kendal ; bred there (Mr Towers) 6 years ; admitted
pensioner, tutor Dr Edmundson, 19 May, aet. 17.

(37) Dodgson, Christopher, son of Robert Dodgson, husband- 35
man, Yorkshire ; born at Guisbourne; bred at Threshfield (Mr
Marshall) 2 years ; admitted sizar for Mr Palmer, tutor Dr Edmund-
son, 19 May.

(38) Jackson, Thomas, son of Richard Jackson, husbandman,
Yorkshire ; born at Austwicke ; school, Sedbergh (Mr Saunders) 3 4°
years; admitted sizar for Mr Foche, tutor Dr Anstey, 19 May, aet. 20.

(39) Goslin, James, son of Joseph Goslin, ironmonger {mer-
catoris ferrarii), Buckinghamshire ; born at Chaflfen St Peters ;
school, Westminster (Dr Friend) 4 years ; admitted pensioner, tutor
Dr Anstey, 21 May, aet. past 15. 45

^ Et paulo post Discip. pro Ducissa Somerset. (Note in margin of
Begister.)



ADMISSIONS. 1716. 5

(40) Moorhouse, Edward, son of John Moorhouse, farmer
{firmarii), Yorkshire ; born at Skibden ; bred at Skipton (Messrs
Carre and Settell) 6 years ; admitted sizar for Mr Clarke, tutor
Dr Edmundson, 21 May, aet. 19.

5 (41) Adams, George, son of George Adams, clerk, Ireland;

'Matre natus Middlesexiensi apud Killallon in Comitat. Mediens';
school, Peterborough, \ year; ' Maxime ab ipso Patre infra Upton,'
Hunts; admitted sizar for Mr Fenwick, tutor Dr Anstey, 23 May,
aet. past 18.

lo (42) Wilson, William, son of John Wilson, tailor (sutoris
vestiarii), Cambridge; born at Cambridge; bred at the King's
School there (Mr Foster) 6 years; admitted sizar for Mr Bradfield,
tutor Dr Anstey, 24 May, aet. 18.

(43) Fenwicke, John, son of Roger Fenwicke, esquire, North-
15 umberland; born at Stanton; bred at home (Mr Lisle); admitted

fellow commoner, tutor Mr Fenwicke, 2 June, aet. 18.

(44) Evans, Thomas, son of William Evans, gentleman, Mont-
gomery; born at Landvinium; school, Shrewsbury (Mr Lloyd) 7 years;
admitted pensioner, tutor Mr Drake, 4 June, aet. 18.

20 (45) Whitaker, Thomas, son of Thomas Whitaker, husband-
man {agricolae), StaflFordshire ; born at Bucknall; bred at Stoke (Mr
Lea) 4 years ; admitted sizar for Dominus Peake, tutor Dr Edmund-
son, 6 June, aet. 'fere' 18.

(46) Gittens, Richard, son of Thomas Gittens, goldsmith {auri-
2^ ficis), Salop; born at Shrewsbury; school, Eton (Dr Snape) 6 years;

admitted pensioner, tutor Dr Anstey, 11 June, aet. 'fere' 19.

(47) ToUett, Cooke, son of George Tollett, gentleman, Middle-
sex ; born in London ; school, Westminster (Dr Friend) 4 years ;
admitted pensioner, tutor Dr Anstey, 15 June, aet. 18. (Admitted

30 fellow commoner January 17f?. Note in margiti.)

(48) Sagge, Thomas, son of Thomas Sagge, clerk, Yorkshire;
born at Thrushes near Sutton ; bred at home ; admitted sizar for
Mr Lloyd, tutor Mr Drake, 18 June, aet. 18.

(49) Bowyer, William, son of William Bowyer, printer (typo-
32 graphi), Middlesex ; born in London ; bred at Headley (Mr Bonwicke) ;

admitted sizar for the President, tutor Dr Anstey, 19 June, aet. past
16.

(50) Johnson, RoUand, son of Richard Johnson, clerk ; born at
Dolegelle, Merioneth ; bred at Rythwin, Denbigh (Mr Lloyd) ; admitted

40 sizar for Mr Foulkes, tutor Dr Anstey, 19 June, aet. IS.

(51) Latham, John, son of John Latham, clerk, Sussex ; born
at Etchingham ; bred at Lewis (Mr Pierce) 6 years ; admitted
pensioner, tutor Mr Drake, 19 June, aet. 18.

(52) Conway, Benjamin, B.A. of Jesus College, Oxford ;
45 Denbigh ; admitted pensioner, surety Dr Edmundson, 21 June.

Omnibus in Christo fidelibus ad quos hoc praeseus scriptum
pervenerit salutem. Nos principalis et socii Coll. Jesu Oxon.
testamur et testatum facimus Benjamin Conway ad Gradum Bac-



6 ADMISSIONS. 1716.

calaurii in Artibus promotum fuisse anno Domini 1703. In cujas
rei testimonium sigillum nostrum manuale apponi fecimus.

Datum e Coll. Jes. Oxon. J. Asaph, Pr'■^

Jun. die 9""., 1716.

(53) RoUe, Samuel, son of Dennis Rolle, clerk, Devon ; bom at 5
Merton ; bred at Exeter (Mr Reynolds) ; admitted pensioner, tutor
and surety Dr Anstey, 2'1 June, aet. 17.

(54) Lodge, John, son of Edmund Lodge, husbandman {agri-
colae), Lancashire ; born at Bolton ; bred at Clapham in Co. York
(Mr Ashe); admitted sizar for Mr Foulkes, tutor Dr Anstey, 26 June. 10

(55) Lowthian, Richard, son of George Lowthian, gentleman,
Cumberland; born at Staffold; bred at Carlisle (Mr Walton); ad-
mitted sizar for Mr Richardson, tutor Dr Edrauudson, 26 June,
aet. 18.

(56) Smith, George, son of John Smith, clothier {pannifici), 15
Yorkshire ; born at Back 0' th' Hill near Bradford ; school, Sedbergh
(Mr Saunders) 1 year; admitted sizar for his tutor Dr Anstey,

26 June, aet. 17.

(57) Morton, Richard, son of John Morton, vintner {oeno-
polae), Kent ; born at Tunbridge ; bred there (Mr Spencer) 1^ years ; 20
admitted sizar for Mr Rigden, tutor Dr Anstey, 27 June, aet. past 15.

(58) Pulford, Thomas, son of Alexander Pulford, goldsmith
iaurifabri), Cheshire ; born at Chester ; bred at Audlem (Mr Evans) ;
admitted sizar for his tutor Mr Foulkes, 27 June, aet. 'fere ' 16.

(59) Davies, Robert, son of Francis Davies, collector of taxes 25
(telonarii) ; born at Ruthwyn, Denbigh ; school, Shrewsbury (Mr
Lloyd) ; admitted sizar for Mr Foulkes his tutor, 28 June, aet. 18.

(60) Hotchkis, Richard, son of Richard Hotchkis (deceased),
Salop ; born at Churbury ; school, Shrewsbury, 3 months, but chiefly
bred at home ; admitted sizar for Mr Lloyd, tutor Dr Anstey, 28 30
June, aet. 19.

(61) Launce, Robert Stiles, son of John Launce, gentleman,
Durham; born at Darlington; school, Merchant Taylors' (Mr Parsell)
1 year, longer at Worcester School (Mr Wilson) ; admitted sizar for
Mr Parke, tutor Dr Edmundson, 30 June, aet. 18. 35

(62) Rogers, Robert, son of Robert Rogers, clerk, Essex ; born
at Brackstead ; school. Charterhouse (Dr Walker) 4 years ; admit-
ted pensioner, tutor Dr Edmundson, 2 July, aet. 18.

(63) Clarke, Francis, son of Francis Clarke, merchant, Middle-
sex ; born in London ; school, Bury, SufiFolk (Mr Randal and Mr 40
Kinesman); admitted sizar for Mr Goodwin, tutor Dr Anstey, 2 July,
aet. past 17.

(64) Pidding, John, son of John Bidding, barber {barbiton-
soris), Wiltshire; born at Marlborough; bred there (Mr Hildrop);
admitted pensioner^ tutor and surety Dr Edmundson, 4 July, aet. 18. 45

1 Et paulo post Discip. pro Duciss. Somerset.



ADMISSIONS. 1716. 7

Coll. Merton Oxon. Jul, 2^"., 1716.

Johannes Pidding in Collegium Mertonense sexto die Aprilis
admissus fuit, anno Domini millesimo septingentesimo, decimo
quinto, et quamdiu apud nos vixerit honesty, pie sobrieque vitam
5 instituit. In cujus testimonium nomina nostra subscripsimus.

Die Julii 2'^''. Guliel. Marten, Burs. Sen.

an. 1716. Joban. Marten, Princip.

Hen. Byne, Bursarius.
Gilb. Trowe, Decaii. Med.

I o (65) Bradshaw, James, son of William Bradshaw, bailiflF {villici
dispensatoris), Lancashire ; born at Standish near Wigan ; bred at
Heskin (Mr Foster) ; admitted sizar for Mr Grove, tutor and surety
Dr Edmundson, 5 July, aet. 19,

(f. c. 5|
[Admissions in the year -^ p. 22 v 65.]

s. 38



July 1716— July 1717

Admissiones a Julii 6'" Anno Dom. 1716

15 (1) Drury, John, son of William Drury, gentleman, Notts;
born at Nottingham ; bred there (Mr Johnson) ; admitted pensioner,
tutor and surety Dr Edmundson, 6 July, aet. 17.

(2) Johnson, William, son of Thomas Johnson, currier (coriarii),
Northumberland; born at Hexham; bred there (Mr Bewick);

20 admitted sizar for Mr Newcome, tutor and surety Dr Anstey,
25 July, aet. IS.

(3) Altham, James, son of James Altham, gentleman, Middle-
sex ; born in London ; bred at Bishops Stortford (Dr Tooke) 8
years; admitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Newcome, 12

25 September, aet. 18.

(4) Wenyeve, Edward, son of George Wenyeve, lawyer (juris-
consulti), SuflFolk ; born in Frauce^; school. Bury (Messrs Kines-
man and Randall) ; admitted pensioner, tutor Dr Edmundson, 17
September, aet. 18.

30 (5) Sanderson, William, son of Francis Sanderson, ' praefecti
militum,' Middlesex ; born in London ; school, Charterhouse (Dr
Walker) 7 years ; admitted sizar for Mr Fenwick, tutor and surety
Mr Newcome, 20 September, aet. 20.

^ Originally the county of birth was given as Middlesex and the place
' Natus (aut nescit) infra Fulham in Comit. praedict.,' these words being
erased and Suffolk and ' in regno Galliae ' substituted, with the note
' Haec Interlin. coram Magistro et Senioribus.'



5 ADMISSIONS. 1716 — 14.

(6) Powell, Thomas, son of Henry Powell, clerk, Wales ; born
at Langadock, Carmarthenshire; bred at Histon, Cambridgeshire
(Mr Scaife); admitted sizar, tutor and surety Dr Edmundson, 21
September, aet. 18.

(7) Hody, Edward, son of John Hody, gentleman, Dorset; 5
born at Holt Lodge near Winbourne; school. Charterhouse (Dr
"Walker) 5 years ; admitted pensioner, tutor Mr Newcome, 26
September, aet. IS.

(8) Harwood, RoUand, sou of Thomas Harwood, gentleman,
Shropshire; born at Shrewsbury; school, Eton (Dr Snape) 7 years ; lo
admitted pensioner, tutor Mr Newcome, 26 September, aet. 18.

(9) Bankes, William, son of William Bankes, lawyer (juris-
periti), Yorks ; born at Skipton ; bred there (Mr Leadall) 8 years ;
admitted sizar for Dominus Peake, tutor Dr Edmundson, 27 Sep-
tember, aet. 17. 15

(10) Archer, Gilbert Edward, son of Benjamin Archer, clerk,
Buckinghamshire; born at Quainton near Ailesbury; bred at Thame
(Oxon) and Westminster for one year ; admitted pensioner, tutor and
surety Mr Newcome, 26 October, aet. past 16.

(11) Saffery, Thomas, son of Henry SaflFery, maltster {hrasia- 20
toris), Norfolk ; born at Downham Markett ; school, Norwich (Mr
Pate) 5 years ; admitted pensioner, tutor Mr 'Newcome, 30 October,
aet. 18.

(12) Richards, John, son of Richard Richards, butcher {lanii),
Lincolnshire ; born at Spaldinge ; bred there (Mr Waring) ; ad- 25
mitted pensioner, tutor and surety Mr Newcome, 2 November,
aet. jjast 17.

(13) Newlin, Richard, son of John Newlin, clerk, Hampshire ;
born at Axton ; bred at Corhampton (Mr Ainsworth) 7 years ;
admitted sizar for Mr Parke, tutor Dr Edmundson, 5 November, 30
aet. IS.

17U

(14) Brownsmith, John, son of John Brownsmith, clerk,
Suffolk ; born at Pakingham ; bred at Bury St Edmunds (Mr Kines-
man) ; admitted sizar, tutor and surety Mr Newcome, 10 January,
aet. 18. ^e

(15) Dean, George, son of William Dean, clerk, Hunts ;
bom at Offord Darcy ; bred at Huntingdon (Mr Matthews) ; admitted
pensioner, tutor Dr Edmundson, 6 February, aet. past 17.

(16) Farmery, Robert, son of William Farmery, clerk, Lincoln-
shire ; born at Blyton ; bred at Westminster (Dr Friend) 6 years ; 40
admitted sizar for Mr Prior, tutor Dr Edmundson, 13 February,
aet. past 17.

(17) Walburge, Simon, son of Richard Walburge, grocer
(aromatarii), Lincolnshire ; born at Stamford ; bred at Rugby
(Mr Holyoake) 2 years ; admitted pensioner, tutor Mr Newcome, 45
15 March, aet. 17.



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1717



(18) Heaton, Peter, son of Henry Heaton, linen-draper {linte-
arii), Lancasliire ; bom at Preston ; bred there and at Sedbergh
(Mr Saunders) 1 year; admitted sizar for Dominus Tatham, tutor
Dr Edmundson, 26 March, aet. 19.
5 (19) Frank, Nathaniel, son of John Frank, ' armorum lustra-
toris,' Lancashire ; born at Preston ; bredjat Sedbergh (Mr Saunders)
5 years; admitted pensioner, tutor Dr Edmundson, 28 March,
aet. past 19.

(20) Fawcett, Horace, son of Robert Fawcett, clerk, Norfolk ;
lo bom at Rackheath ; bred at Windham (Mr Sayer) 4 years ;

admitted sizar for Mr Simpson, tutor Mr Newcome, 3 April,



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