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B.A. 1726-7. R. of Foxearth, Essex. Died 1743.

BYCHAR, HENRY. Matric Fell.-Com. from Pkterhousk,
Easter, 1555.

BYCKFORTHE, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from St Edmund's
Hostel, Michs. 1544.

BYDE, EDWARD. Adm. (age 16) at Peterhousk, May 12,
1658. S. of John, citizen and alderman of London (Sheriff,
1647). Migrated to Queens', Oct. 16, 1658. Adm. at Lin-
coln's Inn, June 2, 1660.

BYDE, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, July 12, 1697.
Matric 1698.

BYDE, SKINNER. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1672. Of Middlesex.
S. and h. of Sir Thomas, of Ware Park, Herts., Knt.
Migrated as Fell.-Com. to Queens', Sept. n, 1672. Matric.
1672; M.A. 1675 (Lit. Reg.). Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Jan. 26,
1673-4. Buried at Ware, Herts., Mar. 6, 1684-5. (Le Neve,
Knights, 131.)

BYDE, THOMAS PLUMER. Adm. Fell. -Com. (age 17) at
Pembroke, Jan. 30, 1737-8. S. of Thomas, of Ware Park,
Herts., Esq. Matric 1738. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Mar. 13,
1739-40; and at Gray's Inn, Feb. 2, 1746-7- M.P. for Herts.,
1761. Died at Naples, May 26, 1789. (G.Mag.)

BYE, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Michs. 1602.

BYE, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from King's, Michs. 1587.
Migrated to Oxford; sup. there for B.A. Oct. 30, 1592.

BYERDIKE, . Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1544.

BYERLEY, ANTHONY. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Sidney, May 23,
1636. S. of Christopher, Esq. B. at Medridge Grange,
Durham. Educated at home. Adm. at Gray's Inn, Jan. 23,
1639-40. Of Medridge Grange. Colonel of a Regiment under
the Marquis of Newcastle. Died Apr. 22, 1667, aged 47. M.I.
Twin brother of Robert (1636). (Surtees' Durham, m. 313.)

BYERLY, PHILIP. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, June 15,
1723. S. of Robert, of York. School, Westminster. Matric.
1724; Scholar, 1724; B.A. 1726-7. Adm. at the Inner
Temple, 1722. Had a good estate at Goldesborough, Yorks.,
where he resided as a country gentleman. (Al. Westmon.,

BYERLEY, ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Sidney, May 23,
1636. S. of Christopher, Esq. B. at Medridge Grange,
Durham. Educated at home. Matric. 1636. Adm. at Gray s
Inn, June 18, 1639. Of Homby, Yorks., and of Hardwicke,
Durham. A twin with Anthony (1636). One of the executors
of his father's will in 1640. Will (P.C.C.) 1652. (Surtees
Durham, in. 313)

BYERS, JOHN. B.A. 1522-3; M.A. 1528-9.

BYGRAVE, WALTER. B.A. 1518-9. B. at Ashwell, Herts
M.A. 152a; B.D. 1532-3. Fellow of Queens , 1518-54. Will
proved (V.C.C.) 1554-

BYLDUCKE, WILLIAM. Matric. sizar from Peterhouse
Easter, 1544- Probably ord. priest (Ely) Dec^ 1374 (C. of
Little Shelford, Cambs., age 49). V. of Babraham, 1577-



BYND, JOHN. Matric. sizar from St John's, Mich*. 1583.
Perhaps s. of John, of Rowdell, Sussex. Knighted, 1603.
Will (PC.C ) 1641. (J. Ch. Smith.)


Byne, Edward

BYNB, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Peterhouse, June 5,
1639. Probably s. of Stephen, yeoman, of Burwash, Sussex.
Matric. 1639. Migrated to Trinity. B.A. 1644; M.A. from
Caius, 1648. Fellow and President of Caius, 1648-52. R. of
Shere, Surrey, 1651. R. of Upton Pyne, Devon, 1655-60.
R. of Pyworthy, 1661; and V. of Linkinhorne, Cornwall,
1663. Died Febt 6, 1682-3. (Venn, 1. 354.)

BYNE or BIEN, MAGNUS. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, June 21,
1631. Of Sussex. Matric. 1631; B.A. 1634-5; M.A. 1638.
Admon. (P.C.C.) 1671, of Magnus Byne, of Clayton, Sussex.

BYNEAU, STEPHEN DE. Scholar at King's Hall, 1344. Left
for the wars abroad May 4, 1360. Died Oct. 1, 1363.
(Trin. Coll. Admission Register.)

BYNER, ROBERT. Matric. sizar from Jesus, Michs. 1564.

BYNES, BENJAMIN. Adm. sizar at Queens', June 28, 1676.
Of Surrey. Matric 1676; B.A. 1679-80; M.A. 1683.


BYNMAN, ROGER. Adm. sizar at Queens', Easter, 1590.

BYNNER or BINNBR, WILLIAM. M.A. from King's, 1664
(Incorp. from Oxford). Matric. from Jesus College, Oxford,
July 25, 1655; B.A. (Oxford) 1658-9. Probably Vicar-choral
of St Asaph, 1661, and R. of Cemmes, Montgom., 1668. (Al.

BYRDALL or BIRD ALL, THOMAS. M.A. from King's, 1721.
S. of Thomas, of Dunchideock, Devon, clerk. Matric. from
Exeter College, Oxford, Feb. 22, 1691-2, age 16; B.A.
(Oxford) 1695. V. of Dunsford, Devon, 1716. (Al. Oxon.)


BYRNARIN, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Corpus Christi, Lent,

BYRNE, MULERUS. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Caius, July 20,
1612. S. of Arthur, gent., of Ballincurry, Co. Wicklow.
School, Dublin.

BYROM, ADAM. Adm. pens, (age 15) at Caius, June 15, 1646.
S. of Henry, Esq., of Lowton, Lanes. B. there. Schools^
Winwick and Bradford, Yorks. Matric. 1646; Scholar, 1647-
50; B.A. 1649-50. 'Lunatic' in 1664. Brother of Edward
(1650) and Samuel (1650). (Venn, 1. 364; Vis. of Lanes.,

BYRON, ANTHONY. Matric. Fell.-Com. from Queens', Michs.
1573. S. of John, of Newstead, Notts, and Clayton, Lanes.
For the circumstances of his irregular marriage at Trinity
Church, Cambridge, Feb. 1575-6. see Searle, Hist, of Queens',
345. (Vis. of Yorks., 1584; Vis. of Lanes., 1567.)

BYROM or BYRAN, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 14) at Caius,
May 4, 1650. S. of Henry, Esq., of Lowton, Lanes. B. there.
Schools, Winwick and Bury, Lanes. Matric. 1650; Scholar,
1650-2. Brother of Adam (1646) and Samuel(i6so). (Venn,
1. 378; Vis. of Lanes., 1664.)

BYRON, JOHN. Matric. Fell.-Com. from Queens', Michs. 1573.
Of Nottinghamshire. S. of John (of Clayton, Lanes.).
Finally heir. Knighted Apr. 21, 1603. Married Margaret,
dau. of Sir William Fitzwilliam. Died Sept. 28, 1625. (Vis
of Yorks., 1584; Vis. of Lanes., 1567.)

BYRON, JOHN. Adm. FelL-Com. at Trinity, Easter, 1615
Of Nottinghamshire. S. of Sir John (1573), of Newstead
Abbey, K.B. B. 1599. M.A. 1618 (fil. nob.). M.P. for
Nottingham, 1623-5; for Notts., 1627. K.B. 1626. Sheriff
of Notts., 1634. Lieut, of the Tower, 1641. Royalist com-
mander. D.C.L., Oxford, 1642. Created Baron Byron, of
Rochdale, 1643. Governor of Chester, and Carnarvon. Died
in Paris, Aug. 1652. (G.E.C.)

BIROM, JOHN. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 1666. B
at Hullavington, Wilts. Matric. 1667, as 'Thomas'- BA
1670-1; M.A. 1675. Fellow, 1670.

BYROM, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Trinity, July 6, 1708.
S. of Edward. B. at Kersall Cell, Broughton, Lanes., Feb. 29,
1691-2. School, Merchant Taylors', London. Matric. 1709;

Bywater, Thomas

Scholar, 1709; B.A. 1711-2; M.A. 1715. Fellow, i7*4-
Incorp. at Oxford, 1723. Travelled abroad and studied
medicine at Montpelier. Inventor, and for some years
teacher, of a system of shorthand. Came into possession of
the family estates in 1740. Strong supporter of the Jacobite
and high church party. Known as a humorous and witty
poet. Died Sept. 26, 1763. (D.N.B.)
BYRON, NICHOLAS. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Queens', Michs.
1571. Probably adm. at Gray's Inn, 1573- Eldest son of
John, of Clayton, Lanes. Died s.p. (Vis. of Yorks., 1584O

BYRON, NICHOLAS. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Emmanuel, Oct. 26,
1612. Matric. 1612. Perhaps s. of Sir John, of Colwick,
Notts., Knt., adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Mar. 19, 1624-5.

BYRON, RICHARD. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Easter, 1624;

B.A. 1627-8.
BIRON, ROBERT. B.A. (? 1594-5); M.A. from Clare, 1598.

BYROM or BYRAN, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, (age 15) at Caius,
May 4, 1650. S. of Henry, Esq., of Lowton, Lanes. B. there.
Schools, Winwick and Bury, Lanes. Matric. 1650; Scholar,
1650-2. Brother of Adam (1646) and Edward (1650). (Venn,
1. 378; Vis. of Lanes., 1664.)

BYROM, SAMUEL. Adm. Fell. -Com. (age 17) at Christ's,
Mar. 7, 1702-3. B. at Lowton, Lanes. School, Westminster.


BYRON, WILLIAM. LL.D. 1705 (Com. Reg.).

BYRON, . Adm. FelL-Com. at Trinity, 1600,


Adm. Fell.-Com. at Trinity, 1621.


BYRRYMELE, . B.A. 1524-5.

BYRT, RICHARD. Matric. sizar from St John's, Michs. 1547,

BYSE, CHRISTOPHER. Matric pens, from St John's, c. 1591


BYSSAT, THOMAS. M.A. 1579 (Incorp. from Aberdeen).


BYSSHE or BYLSHE, THOMAS. M.A. from Christ's, 1704.
From St John's College, Oxford; matric. there (age 17)
July 9, 1677. S. of Christopher, of Cuckfield, Sussex. B.A.
from Oriel College, 1681. R.of Tarring, Sussex, 1698. Master
of Cuckfield Grammar School, 1682-1704. V. of Eastbourne,
1704. (Al. Oxon.; Peile, 11. 140.)

BYSET, JOHN. B.Can.L. 1465-6.

BYSTAM, GEORGE. B.A. 1530-1.

BYSTE, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Jesus, Easter, 1560.

BYTLE, . B.A. 1522-3.

BYTTERING, RICHARD DE. Scholar at King's Hall, 1347.

Died Aug. 1, 1348.
BYTERING, WILLIAM. Matric pens, from St John's, Easter,

BYTON, EDWARD. Matric sizar from St John's, Easter, 1626.

BYWATER, BRIAN. Matric. sizar from Clare, Easter, 1566;
B.A. 1569-70. Ord. priest (Lincoln) May 23, 1573. R. of
Higham Gobion, Beds., 1572.

BYWATER, CHARLES. Adm. sizar (age 17) at St John's,
June 16, 1714. S. of Matthew, currier. B. at Chapeltown,
near Sheffield, Yorks. School, Leeds. Matric. 1714; B.A.
1717-8. Ord. priest (Lincoln) July 8, 1721. V. of Aslackby
with Milthorpe, Lines., 1721.

BYWATER, THOMAS. B.A. from Christ's, 1592-3; M.A. 1596.
Charged by a Commission appointed by Sir Julius Caesar,
with falsifying Scripture and imprisoned, Mar. 1604-5, for
writing a seditious book, name unknown. (Peile, I. 197;
Cooper, n. 395.)


Cabeck, Henry

Cadiwood, Habakkuk


CABECK, HENRY. Matric sizar from Trinity, Easter, 1614.

CABEK or CABRICKE, THOMAS. B.A. from St John's,
1603-4; M.A. 1607 as Cabicke. R. of Heningswell, Suffolk,
1614-65. R. of Worlington, 1662-5. Died 1665. Father of
the next.

CABECK, THOMAS. Matric. pens, (age 16) from Pembroke,
Easter, 1637. S. of Thomas, clerk (above). B. at Herrings-
well, Suffolk. B.A. 1640-1; M.A. 1644. Ord. deacon and
priest (Norwich) Sept. 22, 1644, age 24. C. of Beechamwell
All Saints', Norfolk; Rector, 1645. R. of Drinkstone, Suffolk,
c. 1666-79. Buried there Aug. 23, 1679. Father of the next.
(E. Anglian, v. 357.)

CABECK, VALENTINE. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Pembroke,
July 6, 1678. S. of Thomas, R.of Drinkstone, Suffolk (above).

CABECK, WILLIAM. Matric. sizar from Queens', Easter, 1641.
Of Suffolk.

CABLE, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Jesus, Easter, 1609. B.A.
1612-3; M.A. 1616. Incorp. at Oxford, 1616. Ord. priest
(Peterb.) Feb. 25, 1615-6. R. of Saleby, Lines., 1618.

CABLE, RICHARD. Matric. pens, from Magdalene, Michs.
1639; B.A. 1642-3; M.A. 1663. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Feb.
26, 1642-3; priest, June 16, 1644. Perhaps R. of Haltham-
upon-Bain, Lines., 1658. (A contemporary at Oxford.)

CABOURNE, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Queens', Michs. 1632.
Of Lincolnshire. Probably s. of Robert. B.A. 1636-7; M.A.
1640. (Pedigree of Caborne of Saltfleetby in Lines. Pedigrees.)

CABORNE, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 16, 1649.
Of Lincolnshire. Matric. 1650.


CACHEROO, JOHN. LL.B. Scholar at King's Hall in 1387.

CACHEROO, JOHN {junior). Scholar at King's Hall, 1387-95.
Brother of the above. (Trin. Coll. Admissions, 1.)

CACIE, GEORGE. 'Grecian,' from Christ's Hospital, preferred
to Cambridge, c. 1573-4. Not found in our lists. (A. W.

CACOTT, FRANCIS. Matric. pens, from Corpus Christi, c. 1593.
Of Kent. B.A. 1597-8; M.A. 1601. Head Master of Rochester
School, 1601-8. R. of Woldham, Kent, 1607-56. V. of
Boughton Monchelsea, 1615. Father of John (1631).

CACOT, GILES (1566), see CAKAT.

CACOTT, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Trinity, 1593. Scholar
from Westminster.

CACOTT, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Corpus Christi, Easter,
1631. S. of Francis (1593), V. of Boughton Monchelsea,
Kent. B.A. 1634-5; M.A. from Pembroke, 1638. Fellow of
Pembroke, 1637-44; ejected. Perhaps R. of Corringham,
Essex, 1660-9. One of these names V. of Darenth, Kent,
1645-61. Will proved (P.C.C.) 1677. There was an Oxford
contemporary, also of Kent. [Al. Oxon.)

CADE, ANTHONY. Adm. sizar (age 16) at Caius, Feb. 9, 1580-1.
S. of John, of Ollerton, Notts. Schools, Ollerton and Mans-
field. Matric. 1581; Scholar, 1582-8; B.A. 1584-5; M.A.
1588; B.D. 1599. Incorp. at Oxford, 1607. Tutor and chaplain
to George Villiers, Duke of Buckingham. R. of Alexton,
Leics., 1598. V. of Billesdon, 1599-1638. R. of Grafton
Underwood, Northants., 1621-41. Buried July 6, 1641, at
Southwick, Northants. M.I. there. Author. Brother of
Thomas (1583). (Venn, 1. 109.)

CADE, BARTHOLOMEW. Adm. sizar (age 16) at Caius, July 8,
1618. S. of John, of Maiden, Essex. School, Maiden. B.A.
1621; M.A. 1625. R.of Tattenhall, Cheshire, 1623-5. (Venn,
1. 240.)

CADE, FRANCIS. Matric. pens, from Corpus Christi, Easter,

CADE, JAMES. Adm. pens, at Queens', Sept. 12, 1649. Of

Nottinghamshire. S. of Thomas, of East Retford. B.A.

1653-4; M.A. 1657; B.D. 1664. Fellow, 1660-4. R. of St

Andrew Wardrobe, London, 1663-73. Died 1673. Will

proved (P.C.C.) Jan. 2, 1675.
CADE, JOHN. Matric. sizar from St John's, Easter, 1579.
CADE, JOHN. Matric. pens, from St John's, Easter, 1620.

B.A. from Magdalene, 1623-4; M.A. 1627. Ord. deacon

(Peterb.) June 3; priest, June 4, 1626.
CADE, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, July 6, 1643. Of

Suffolk. Probably s. of Robert, of Woodbridge. B. 1626.

Matric. 1644. Migrated to Jesus, May 14, 1645. B.A.


CADE, LAUD. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, May 29, 1696. S. of
William (1681), R. of Allington, Kent (and Elizabeth, dau.
of Dr Edward Langfield, and niece of Archbishop Laud).
B. in Middlesex. Matric. 1696; LL.B. 1701. Ord. deacon
(Lincoln) Sept. 20, 1702; priest (Litt. dim. from Cant.) 1705.
V. of Selling, Kent, 1705-31. Died 1731.

CADE or CADDY, LAURENCE. Matric. sizar from Trinity,
Easter, 1577. Joined the Romish Church, and entered at
Douay, June n, 1578. Afterwards at the English College
at Rome. On return to England he was imprisoned, and
recanted; but finally reverted. In 1583 he was preparing
for admission amoDg the Carmelites at Paris. Author,
Palinodia. (Cooper, 1. 451; D.N. B.)

CADE, ROBERT. Matric. pens, from Jesus, Michs. 1559.

CADE, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Oct. 20, 1610.
Matric. 1610; Scholar; B.A. 1614-5 ; M.A. 1618. Ord. deacon
and priest (Norwich) Dec 19, 1619. V. of Woodbridge,
Suffolk, 1623-43 and 1651-66. Buried there Aug. 2, 1666.
Perhaps R. of Dennington, Suffolk, 1633-8.

CADE, ROBERT. Adm. sizar at Jesus, June 3, 1644. Of Suffolk.
Probably s. of the above. B. at Woodbridge, 1628. Matric.

CADE, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 16) at Caius, July 8, 1583.

S. of John. B. at Ollerton, Notts. School, Mansfield. Matric.

1583; B.A. 1586-7; M.A. 1606. R. of Hallaton, Leics., 1608-

27. Buried there July 30, 1627. Brother of Anthony (1580).

(Venn, 1. 118.)
CADE, W. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Michs. 1562. Perhaps

adm. at the Middle Temple, Feb. 26, 1568-9, as s. and h. of

William, Esq., of London.
CADE, WILLIAM. Matric. Fell.-Com. from Queens', Michs.

1589. Of Essex. Probably adm. at Lincoln's Inn, from

Thavies' Inn, Aug. 20, 1605.

CADE, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from Queens', c. 1591.

CADE, WILLIAM. Incorp. M.A. 1681 from Christ Church,
Oxford. Matric there Dec 15, 1665, age 13. S. of Thomas,
of London. B.A. (Oxford) 1669; M.A. 1672; B.D. 1681. R.
of Cassington, Oxon., 1674. R. of Allington, Kent, 1680-
1706. R. of Brook, 1682-1707. Died 1707. Father of Laud
(1696). (Al. Oxon. ; Hasted, in. 459.)

CADE, . B.A. 15 18-9.

CADGE, ANTHONY (1562), see CAGE.

CADIES, WILLIAM. M.A. 1492 (by Incorporation).

C ADMAN, HERBERT. Matric. pens, from Christ's, c. 1593.
One of these names of Strood, Kent. (Vis. of Kent, 1619.)

CADMAN, JAMES. Adm. pens, at Jesus, May 3, 1639. Of
Cambridgeshire. Matric. 1639; B.A. 1642; M.A. 1663. V. of
Witchford, Cambs., 1663-73. Buried there June 8, 1673.

CADEMAN, JOHN. M.D. 1640 (Incorp. from Bologna). Prob-
ably s. of Sir Thomas (1601). Adm. extra-licentiate R.C.P.
May 1, 1640. Physician to the army, 1640. (Munk, 1. 228.)

CADIMAN, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Christ's, June 18, 1641.
Matric. 1641. Previously adm. at St Mary's Hall, Oxford,
1639. S. of Robert (1605), R. of Banham, Norfolk. B.A.
1642-3; M.A. 1646. Ord. deacon (Norwich) June, 1642;
priest, May, 1643; C. of Banham. R. of Banham, Norfolk,
1645-71. Died 1671. Al. Oxon. apparently confounds him
with John Cadman, B.A. from Christ Church, 1658; who was
probably R. of Fingest, Bucks., 1667. (Peile, 1. 477.)

CADMAN, JOSHUA Adm. sizar at Jesus, June 29, 1720. S. of
John, of Winster, Derbs. Matric. 1721; B.A. 1723-4.

CADEMAN, ROBERT. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Easter,
1605; Scholar, 1608; B.A. 1609-10; M.A. 1613. Ord. deacon
and priest (Peterb.) May 23, 1619. R. of Banham, Norfolk,
1640-5 ; sequestered. Perhaps V. of Sedbergh, Yorks., 1624-
37. Father of John (1641).

CADEMAN, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Easter, 1577.

CADEMAN or CADYMAN, THOMAS. Matric pens, from
Trinity, c. x6oi. B. in Norfolk, c. 1590. Studied abroad.
Scholar, 1605; B.A. 1605-6; M.A. 1609; M.D. (Padua) 1620.
Adm. licentiate R.C.P. 1630. Fellow, 1630. Physician to

8ueen Henrietta Maria. Knighted. A Catholic recusant,
riginator of a company for distilling Died May 2, 165 1.
Probably father of John (1640). (O.N.B.; Munk, 1. 199.)
CADIWOOD, HABAKKUK. Matric. sizar from Corpus Christi,
Easter, 1605. Of Norfolk. B.A. 1608-9. R. of Little Wacton,
Norfolk, 1613. R. of Great Wacton, 1613-44; sequestered.
Died before 1660.


Cadiwood, Thomas

CADIWOOD, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from Corpus Christi,
Easter, 1631. Of Norfolk. B.A. 1632-3. Ord. deacon
(Norwich), Mar. 17, 1632-3. R. of Bawdeswell, Norfolk,

CADNEY, JOHN. B.A. 1507-8.

CADOT, Sir WILLIAM. MA. 1624 (On King's visit).

CAERLEON, LEWIS of. Studied at Cambridge. Theologian and
mathematician. Probably died 1369. (Pits, 503; D.N.B.)

CAESAR, AUGUSTINE. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Easter,

1617. S. of Martin, of Rochester. Migrated to Oxford.

Matric. from Gloucester Hall, Oct. 30, 1618, age 16; B.A.

1621-2; MD. 1660. Died 1677, aged 75. M.I. in Rochester

CathedraL (Al. Oxon.)
CAESAR, AUGUSTINE. Adm. sizar (age 16) at St John's,

Jan. 20, 1670-1. S. of Joseph, of Rochester, Kent. B. there.

School, Rochester. Matric. 16,71; M.B. 1676; M.D. 1683.

Died Aug. 7, 1683. M.I. in Rochester Cathedral.
CAESAR, AUGUSTINE. Adm. sizar (age 14) at St John's,

May 21, 1701. S. of Julius, druggist. B. at Rochester.

School, Rochester. Matric. 1702; M.B. 1707.
CAESAR, CHARLES. LL.B. 1609 (Incorp. from Oxford). S.of

Sir Julius, LL.D. B.Jan. 27, 1589-90. Matric. at Oxford, Apr.

23, 1602, age 12. B.A. 1605; M.A. 1608; B.C.L. 1608; D.C.L.

1612. Fellow of All Souls, 1605-n. Adm. at the Inner

Temple,i6io. Knighted, Oct.1613. M.P. forWeymouth,i6i4.

Master in Chancery, 1615. Judge of the Court of Audience,

and Master of the Faculties. Master of the Rolls, 1639.

Died Dec. 6, 1642. Buried at Bennington, Herts. M.I.

Father of the next and Henry (1646). (Al. Oxon.; D.N.B.;

Vis. of Kent, 1619; E. Lodge, Caesar Family.)
CAESAR, CHARLES. Adm. FelL-Com. (age 17) at Christ's,

July 4, 1651. S. of Sir Charles, above, of Great Gransden,

Hunts. B. at Bennington, Herts. School, Bishop's Stortford.

Adm. at Gray's Inn, Jan. 10, 1653-4. Died Aug. 1707.

Father of Charles (1681). Brother of Henry (1646). (Peile,

1. 545-)
CAESAR, CHARLES. M.A. from St Catharine's {Lit. Reg.)

1669. S. of Sir Henry, of Bennington, Herts. Incorp. at

Oxford, 1671. Adm. at the Middle Temple, Jan. 13, 1668-9.

Knighted at Cambridge, Oct. 4, 1671. M.P. for. Hertford,

1678; for Herts., 1679-81 and 1689-90. Died Aug. 13, 1694.

Father of Charles (1689) and Henry (1691-2). (Al. Oxon.)

CAESAR, CHARLES. Adm. pens, (age 16) at St John's, July 8,
1681. S. of Charles (1651), of Gt Gransden, Hunts., Esq.
B. at Gt Hadham, Herts. School, Huntingdon. Matric. 1681.
Adm. at the Middle Temple, May 17, 1683. Barrister, 1686.
Died 1726. Father of Harris (1708).

CAESAR, CHARLES. Adm. Fell.-Com. at St Catharine's,
Apr. 1, 1689. S. of Sir Charles (1669), of Bennington, Knt.
B. in London, Nov. 21, 1673. M.A. 1690 (Com. Reg.). Adm.
at the Middle Temple, Nov. 26, 1690. M.P. for Hertford,
1700-8, 1710-5 ; for County Herts., 1727 and 1736. Treasurer
of the Navy, 1710. Buried at Bennington, Apr. 5, 1741.
Brother of Henry (1691). Perhaps father of Julius (1723-4).
(Le Neve, Knights, 88; G. Mag.; Clutterbuck, 11. 287.)

CAESAR, HARRIS. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, June 1,
1708. S. of Charles (1681), of Gt Gransden, and Mary, dau.
of Daniel Harris. B. at Eltham, Kent, Sept. 30, 1691.
Matric. 1708. Died unmarried. (Burke's Commoners, 11. 20;
Edmund Lodge, Life of Sir Julius Caesar, 74.)

CAESAR, HENRY. D.D. 1597 (Incorp. from Oxford). S. of
Julius Caesar Dalmarius, or Adelmate, of Treviso, M.D. (see
D.N.B.). B. about 1562. B.D. from Balliol College, Oxford,
1593; D.D. from St Edmund Hall, 1595. V. of Lostwithiel,
Cornwall, 1583-4. R. of St Christopher-le-Stocks, London,
1596-7. R. of Somersbam, Hunts., 1597-1636. Preb. of
Westminster, 1609-25. Dean of Ely, 1614-36. R. of
Bennington, Herts., 1616. Died June 27, 1636. Buried in
Ely Cathedral. Founder of scholarships for Ely School, at
Jesus College. Will, P.C.C. (D.N.B.; Vis. of Kent, 1619;
Midds. Pedigrees.)

CAESAR, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Jesus, June 10, 1646. S. and
h. of Sir Charles, Knt. (1609). B. 1630. Adm. at the Inner
Temple, 1647. Succeeded to the estate of Bennington, Herts.,
1642. Knighted, 1660. M.P. for Herts., 1660. Died, of small
pox, 1668. Brother of Charles (165 1). (Inner Temple
Admissions, 327.)

CAESAR, HENRY. Adm. Fell. -Com. at St Catharine's, Mar. 5,
1691-2. 2nd s. of Sir Charles (1669), of Bennington, Herts.,
Knt. Adm. at the Middle Temple, Nov. 26, 1690. Officer in
the Army. Died s.p. in Portugal, Dec. 4, 1706. Will, P.C.C.
Brother of Charles (1689). (Le Neve, Knights, 88; Clutter-
buck, 11. 287.)

CAESAR, JOHN. Matric. Fell.-Com. from Queens', Easter, 1639.
Of Hertfordshire. 1st s. of Sir John, of Sandon, Herts., Knt.
Brother of Robert (1642). (Vis. of Herts., 1634.)

Cage, Thomas

CAESAR, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 15) at Christ's, July 2, 1670.
S. of John. B. at Reed, Herts. School, Hitchin. Matric.
1670; B.A. 1673. Ord. deacon (London) Sept. 23; priest,
Oct. 3, 1677. Master of Croydon School, 1681. V. of Croydon,
Surrey, 1689-1720. Chaplain to Scroop, Earl of Bridgwater.
Died Mar. 10, 1719-20. Buried at Croydon. According to
Lodge the V. of Croydon was s. of Edward, brother of John.
Author, Sermons. (Peile, 11. 31.)

CAESAR, JULIUS. Adm. Scholar at Trinity Hall, Jan. 2,
1723-4. Of Gt Gransden, Hunts. Probably 2nd s. of Charles
(1689), of Bennington. Matric. July, 1722. A major-general
in the army. Probably died in Germany, Aug. y, 1762.
(E. Lodge, Life of Sir Julius Caesar.)

CAESAR, ROBERT. Matric. Fell.-Com. from Queens', Easter,
1642. Of Hertfordshire. 2nd s. of Sir John, of Sandon.
Brother of John (1639). (Vis. of Herts., 1634.)

CAESAR, THOMAS. B.A. 1619 (Incorp. from Oxford). S. of
Sir Julius. B. 1600. Matric. from Queen's College, Oxford,
Jan. 26, 1615-6, age 15; B.A. 1618; M.A. from All Souls',
1621. Of the Inner Temple, 1615. R. of Llanrhyddlad,
Anglesey, 1627. Died 1633. (Al. Oxon.)

CAESAR, THOMAS. B.D. from Trinity, 1631. Perhaps same
as the above.

CAESAR, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, Sept. 25,
1701; and again, apparently, Apr. 25, 1702. S. of Sir Charles
(1669), of Bennington, Herts., Bart. Matric. 1702-3; M.A.
1705 (Com. Reg.). Adm. at the Middle Temple, Nov. 29, 1703.
Fellow of Peterhouse, 1707; resigned same year. Died Sept.
14, 1727. (T. A. Walker, 217.)

CAESAR, . Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, Jan. 14, 1711-2.

CAGE, ANTHONY. Matric. pens, from St John's, Michs. 1562,
as Cadge. S. of Anthony, of London, Salter. B.A. 1564-5.
Of Longstowe, Cambs.; adm. at Gray's Inn, 1566. Brother
of Daniel (1575). Will (P.C.C.) 1603. (Vis. of Cambs.; and of
Essex; Cussans, 1.)

CAGE, ANTHONY. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Apr. 15, 1596.
S. of Anthony (above), of Longstowe. Matric. 1596; B.A.
1600-1; M.A. 1604. Adm. at Gray's Inn, 1604. Knighted,
1634. Sheriff of Cambs. and Hunts. {Cussans, 1.)

CAGE, ANTHONY. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Michs. 1616.
S. of Anthony, above. B.A. 1619-20; M.A. 1623; D.D. from
Christ's, 1630. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) Dec. 6; priest, Dec. 7,
1626. R. of Borough Green, Cambs. Buried there Dec. 19,

1630. Will (P.C.C.) 1631. (Vis. of Essex, 1634.)

CAGE, ARTHUR. Matric. sizar from Pembroke, Lent, 1656-7.

CAGE, DANIEL. Matric. pens, from Christ's, June, 1575- Of
Hormeadbury, Herts. 6th s. of Anthony, of London, Salter.
Adm. at Gray's Inn, 1578. Will proved (Consist. C. London)

1631. Brother of Anthony (1562). (Vis. of Cambs., and of
Herts. ; Cussans, Pedigree, 1.)

CAGE, EDWARD. Matric. sizar from Queens', Easter, 1632.

Of Essex. B.A. 1634-5; M.A. 1639.