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S. of John (1711). B. in London. Matric. 1751. Assumed
the name Campbell-Hooke. Lord Lyon, King of Arms,
1754-

CAMPBELL, JOHN NEIL. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 19) at
Emmanuel, July 13, 1749. S. of Hugh, of Milton Ernest,
Beds., Esq. B. at Twickenham, Middlesex. School, Fulham.
Matric. 1749. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Dec. 10, 1755.

CAMPBELL, PRYSE. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Clare, Nov. 27, 1745.
Of Cawdor, and Stacpole Court, Pembs. S. of John (1711).
B. in London. Matric. 1745. M.P. for Inverness, 1754; for
Nairn, 1761-8; and for Cardigan, 1768. Lord Treasurer, 1766.
Died at Bath, Dec. 14, 1768.

CAMPBELL, WILLIAM. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton,
1713. B. at Wapping, Middlesex. Matric. 1713; B.A. 1717-8;
M.A. 1721. Incorp. at Oxford, 1724. Fellow, 1716. Ord.
deacon (Lincoln) Oct. 22, 1726; priest, Dec. 24, 1727. Assist-
ant Master at Isleworth, Middlesex. R. of Greenford Magna,
1733. Died Dec. 1769.

CAMPERNOWNE, see CHAMPERNOWNE.

CAMPES, THOMAS. Fellow of Corpus Christi, 1356.

CAMPHORA, JOHN. Resident student in 1444. (Proctors'
accounts.)

CAMPIAN, ABRAHAM Matric. pens, from St John's, Michs.
1568; B.A. 1571-2. One of these names s. of Henry, of
London. Of Putney, Surrey, and of All Hallows in the City
of London. Brother of William (1560). (Vis. of Kent, 1619;
Misc. Gen. et Her., 4th S. 11, 228.)

CAMPIAN, ALAN. Matric. sizar from Queens', Easter, 1555.

CAMPIAN, ANDREW. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, May 3, 1652.
S. of Robert, merchant taylor, of London. B. May 26, 1636.
School, Merchant Taylors'. Matric. 1655; B.A. 1655-6; M.A.
1659. V. of Edlesborough, Bucks., 1658-61. Perhaps
Master of Aldenham School, Herts. ('Champion'), 1663-73.
Buried at Totteridge, Herts., 1677. (Robinson, 1. 168.)

CAMPION, EDMUND. B.Can.L. 1501-2. R. of St Mary,
Colchester, 1531-2. R. of Easton Magna, Essex, 1531-6.
V. of Althorn, 1532-6. Died 1536. One of these names
V. of Swaffham Prior, Cambs., 1498-1506. (Called B.D.)

CAMPIAN, EDWARD. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Easter,
1635 ; Scholar, 1638; B.A. 1638-9; M.A. 1642. Fellow, 1640-4;
ejected. One of these names s. of Sir William, of Combwell
Manor, Goudhurst, Kent. Age 3 in 1619. (Misc. Gen. et Her.,
4th S. n. 263.)

CAMPIAN, FRANCIS. Matric pens, from Clare, Lent, 1629-30.

CAMPION, GEORGE Adm. pens, at Clare, Aug. 19, 1634.
Matric 1634; B.A. 1638-9. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) Mar. 1,
1639-40; priest, Sept. 19, 1641.

CAMPION, HENRY. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 17) at Trinity, Dec.
2, 1697. S. of William, of Combwell, Kent. School, Enfield.
Matric. 1698. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Jan. 19, 1697-8. Of
Combwell Manor, and of Danny Place, Sussex. Perhaps
M.P. for East Grinstead, 1708; for Bossiney, 1710; for
Sussex, 1713. Died Apr. 17, 1761. Buried at Hurstpierpoint,
Sussex. M.I. there. (Misc. Gen. et Her., 4th S. 11. 264.)

CAMPION or CHAMPION, JOHN. Fellow of Corpus Christi,
1372. R. of Landbeach, Cambs., 1375-9.

CAMPION, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Michs. 1558;
Scholar, 1557; B.A. 1567-8, 1st in the ordo; M.A. 1571.
Perhaps R. of Langton, Yorks., 1586-7. Died 1587.

CAMPION, JOHN, Adm. sizar (age 16) at Magdalene, Nov. 2,
1685. S. of John. B. in London. School, Panton (private).
Matric. 1685; B.A. 1689-90; M.A. 1693. Fellow, 1701.
Incorp. at Oxford, 1705. Proctor, 1710. Perhaps R. of
Bisley, Surrey, 1713-38. R. of Hawkchurch, Dorset, 1738-
47. Died May 13, 1747. (Hutchins, iv. 55.)



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CAMPION, JOHN. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 1701.
B. in London. Matric. Lent, 1702-3; B.A. 1705-6; M.A.
1709. Fellow, 1705. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) Sept. 18, 1714-
Reader at St Martin's, Ludgate. Fell into distress. Found
starved in St Clement's Churchyard, 1727. (Harvood, 285.)

CAMPION, ROWLAND. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, Easter, 1604.
B.A. from Clark, 1606-7; M.A. 1610. Ord. deacon (Lincoln)
Sept. 20, 1607; priest (Peterb.) May 22, 1608. V. of Colne,
Hunts., 1607. V. of Lissington, Lines., 1624.

CAMPIAN, SAMUEL. Matric. sizar from Magdalene, Easter,
1633; B.A. 1636-7; M.A. 1640. R. of Hodnet, Salop; ejected,
1660. Died e. 1680, aged 65. (Calamy, n. 328.)

CAMPION, SAMUEL. Adm. sizar at St Catharine's, July 6,
1671.

CAMPIAN, THOMAS. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Sidney, May 10,
1620, from Trinity College, Oxford (probably admitted there
1614). S. of William, R. of Holcott, Northants. B. there.
Bapt. Feb. 19, 1597-8. School, Brixworth. B.A. 1620-1;
M.A. 1624. Incorp. at Oxford, 1624. Ord. priest (Peterb.)
Mar. 18, 1621-2. V. of Gt Harrowden, Northants., 1622;
and of Moulton, 1627-39- Died 1639. (-4/. Oxon.; wrongly
identified; T. P. Dorman.)

CAMPION, WILLIAM. Matric. sizar from Queens', Easter,
1546-

CAMPION, WILLIAM. Matric. Fell.-Com. (age n) from Pem-
broke, Michs. 1560. Probably of Goudhurst, Kent. S.
of Henry, of London. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Jan. 21,
1569-70. Died Dec. 10, 1615. Buried at Goudhurst. Will
(P.C.C.) 1616. One of these names M.P. for Haslemere, 1586.
{Vis. of Kent, 1619; Misc. Gen. et Her., 4th S. 11. 263.)

CAMPIAN, WILLIAM B.A. from St John's, 1567-8; M.A.

1571. Probably V. of Bradeley, Staffs., 1579-83-
CAMPIAN, WILLIAM Matric. pens, from St John's, Michs.

1575. See a contemporary at Oxford.
CAMPION, WILLIAM. Matric. sizar from St John's, Easter,

1582; B.A. 1585-6.

CAMPION, WILLIAM. Matric. sizar from Clare, Easter, 1625 ;
B.A. 1628-9; M.A. 1632. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) May 9;
priest, May 13, 1629. Perhaps R. of Holcott, Northants.,
1636-9. Died May 3, 1639. (T. P Dorman.)

CAMPION, WILLIAM. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Emmanuel, Jan. 19,
1629-30. Of Kent. B.A. from Clare, 1633-4. Ord. deacon
(Peterb.) Sept. 20, 1635; priest, June 12, 1636. Perhaps
s. of William, of Goudhurst, Kent. Age 6 in 1619. (Vis. of
Kent.)

CAMPION, WILLIAM Adm. Fell.-Com. at Trinity, Nov. 29,
1724. Matric. 1725. 4th s. of Henry, of Combwell Manor,
Kent, and of Danny Place, Sussex. B. 1707. Died Aug. 1,
1778. Buried at Hurstpierpoint. (Misc. Gen. et Her., 4th S.
11. 265.)

B.Can.L. 1475-6.
B.A. 15 1 1-2.
, Adm. Fell.-Com. at Emmanuel, Jan. 26,

CAMPION, . Matric. pens, from Christ's, Easter, 1606.

One William Campion, s. and h. of Sir William, of Combwell

Manor, adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Oct. 24, 1604. Knighted,

June 26, 1618. Of the Barbican in the City of London.

(Misc. Gen. el Her., 4th S. 11. 263.)
CAMPION, . Adm. Fell.-Com. at Trinity, 1655. One

William Campion, s. and h. of Sir William, of Combwell

Manor. Bapt. Feb. 6, 1639-40. Died Sept. 20, 1702, aged 63.

Buried at Goudhurst. M.I. there. (Misc. Gen. et Her., 4th

S. 11. 264.)
CAMPLESHON, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at St John's,

May 30, 1651. S. of Charles, of Catton, Yorks. B. at Kexby.

School, Pocklington. Matric. 1651; B.A. 1654-5. V. of

Kainham, Kent, 1662-5. V. of Upchurch, 1663.
CAMPLESHON, LEONARD. Matric. pens, from St John's,

Michs. 1613; B.A. 1617-8; M.A. 1621. Ord. deacon (Peterb.)

May 1; priest, May 2, 1621.
CAMPLESHON, WILLIAM. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Easter,

1619; B.A. 1622-3; M.A. 1626. V. of Boynton, Yorks.,

1628-66.
CAMPLIN, JOHN. Adm. sizar at St Catharine's, June n,

1674. Matric 1674; B.A. 1677-8; M.A. 1684. Ord. deacon

(Norwich) June, 1680.
CAMPLIN, THOMAS. Incorp. M.A. 1672, from Queen's College,

Oxford. S. of Richard, V. of Kingston, Somerset. Matric.

from St Mary Hall, Apr. 11, 1660; B.A. from Queen's, 1663;

M.A. from Gloucester Hall, 1665. V. of Kingston-by-

Taunton, Somerset, 1669-1716. Died 1716. (Al. Oxon.)




Canham, Hormonsden

CAMPNET, W. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Easter, 1576.

CAMPSWELL, THOMAS. Matric FelL-Com. from St Clement's
Hostel, Easter, 1544; B.D. (Oxford) 1531. Last prior of the
Benedictine Monastery at Coventry, 1538-9. Received
pension of £133. 6s. Sd. at the Surrender, 1539.
CAMUS, NICHOLAS. M.A. 1624 (on the King's visit).
CANAPOLIS, Comes. M.A. 1615.

CANCELLOR, WILLIAM. Of King's College; chorister, age 28,
when ord. deacon (Ely) Mar. 22, 1561-2. One of these names
V. of Wrotham, Kent, 1563-8.
CANDELLYNG (? CAULIN), ROBERT. B.A. 1478-9; B.Civ.L.

1483-4; D.Civ.L. 1500.
CANDELSBY, JOHN. Scholar at King's Hall, 1395; 'bachelor'

in 1409. Died June 15, 1412.
CANDISH, see CAVENDISH.

CANDLAND, ROBERT. B.Civ.L. 1488-9; D.Civ.L. 1493-4.
CANDLER, FERDINAND. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Pembroke,
June 23, 1621. S. of Richard, deceased, of London. Matric.
1621. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Nov. 1622.
CANDLER, ISAAC. Matric. sizar from King's, 1664; B.A.

1667-8.
CANDLER, JOHN. B.A. 1537-8.

CANDLER, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Jesus, Sept. 12, 1649. Of
Suffolk. B.A. 1653-4; M.A. 1657. R. of Pettaugh, Suffolk,
1664-76. Buried there, Dec. 29.
CANDLER, JOHN. Matric. sizar from St Catharine's, Easter,
1687. Probably of Woodbridge, Suffolk. S. of Philip (1647).
Bapt. Nov. 17, 1670. B.A. 1689-90; M.A. 1693. Fellow,
1692-6. Brother of Philip (1681).
CANDLER alias GILLET, MATHIAS. Matric. sizar from Trinity,
Easter, 1620; B.A. 1623-4; M.A. from Peterhouse, 1628. Ord.
deacon and priest (Norwich) Dec. 18, 1625. V. of Coddenham.
Suffolk, 1629. Ejected, 1662. Some of his ms. collections are
in the British Museum and the Bodleian. Died 1663. (Calamy,
11. 416; J. Browne, Norf. and Suff., 596.)
CANDLER alias GILLET, NICHOLAS. Adm. sizar at Trinity,
Feb. 8, 1648-9; B.A. 1652 3; M.A. 1656. V. of Brandeston,
Suffolk, 1661. Licensed, by the Bishop, to teach grammar,
1662.
CANDLER or CHANDLER, PHILIP. Adm. pens, at Trinity,
July 5, 1 647. Of Suffolk. School, Westminster. Scholar,
1648; Matric. 1650; B.A. 1650-1; M.A. 1654. Chaplain of
Trinitv, 1654. V. of St Mary-at-Quay, Ipswich. R. of
Framlingham, 1658-89. Head Master, Woodbridge School,
1670-89. Buried Oct. 6, 1689, at Woodbridge. Father of
the next and John {1687).
CANDLER, PHILIP. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, Jan. 1,
1680-1. Of Suffolk. S. of the last. B. at Ipswich. School,
Woodbridge. Matric. 1681; B.A. 1684-5; M.A. 1688. Ord.
deacon (Norwich) Feb. 1685-6; priest, Nov. 1688. C. of
Woodbridge. Succeeded as Head Master of Woodbridge,
1689-1703. R. of Shottesham and Hollesley, Suffolk, 1701.
Died May 24, 1739. Father of the next.
CANDLER, PHILIP. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, Dec 21,
1721. Of Woodbridge, Suffolk. S. of Philip (above). Bapt.
at Hollesley, Nov. 25, 1703. School, Woodbridge. Matric.
1722; B.A. 1725-6; M.A. 1730. R. of Blofield, Norfolk,
1735-
CANDLER, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Mar. 31,
1629. Of Suffolk. Matric. 1629; B.A. 1632-3; M.A. from
Jesus, 1636. Will of one of these names (P.C.C.) 1649; of
Somerleyton, Suffolk.
CANES, VINCENT. Said to have spent two years at Cambridge.
B. on the borders of Notts, and Lelcs. Travelled for some
years. Converted to Catholicism. Entered the Franciscan
convent at Douav. Employed on the English mission, 1648.
Died at Somerset House, Strand, June, 1672. Controversial
writer. (D.N.B.)
CANFEILDE, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Caius, Oct, 14,
1628. S. of Thomas, gent. B. at Luton, Beds. School, Luton.
Matric 1629; Scholar, 1620-34: B.A. 1632-3; M.A. 1636.
Of Guildford, Surrey, in 1662. (Km. of Surrey.)
CANFORTH, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from St John's, Easter,
1578; B.A. 1581-2; M.A. 1585. Ord. priest (Norwich) Oct.
20 (1588?). V. of Thwaite, Norfolk, 1588 (?).
CANHAM, GASCON. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Caius, May 10,
1605. Eldest s. of Thomas, husbandman, of Rudhara,
Norfolk. School, Thetford. Matric. 1605; Scholar, 1606-12;
B.A. 1608-9; M.A. 1612. V. of Arlington, Devon, 1613-67.
Died 1667. M.I. there. Will, Exeter. (Venn, 1. 189.)
CANNAN, HORMONSDEN. Adm. at Kino's, a scholar from
Eton, 1681. B. in London. Matric. 168a; B.A. 1685-6; M.A.
1689. Fellow, 1685. Master of Maidstone school. Died there,
Apr. 1696.



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CANHAM, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Corpus Christi, Michs.

1601. Of Norfolk. B.A. 1605-6; M.A. 1609. V. of Narburgh,
Norfolk, 1614. R. of Clenchwarton, 1624. This and the
next refer to separate men. (Masters.)

CANHAM, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Corpus Christi, Easter,
1602; B.A. 1605-6.

CANNAN, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 19) at Caius, Mar. 10, 1613-4,
S. of Thomas, minister, of Happisburgb, Norfolk. School,
Cambridge. Matric. 1613; B.A. 1617-8; M.A. 1621. Ord.
deacon and priest (Peterb.) July 4, 1618. R. of Ridlington,
Norfolk, 1619-21; of Bircham Tofts, i624-?42; of Clench-
warton, 1625-42; of Roxborough, 1625-42. Died 1642.
(Venn, 1. 224.)

CANHAM, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Caius, Jan. 17, 1637-8.
S. of John, gent., of Caston, Norfolk. B. there. School,
Thetford. Matric. 1638; B.A. 1641-2. Ord. deacon (Norwich)
Mar. 17, 1 644 ; C. of Thexton, Norfolk. Perhaps R. of Bircham
Newton, Norfolk, 1679 (M.A.). One of these names, R. of
Onehouse, Suffolk, 1646. (Venn, 1. 330.)

CANHAM, JOHN. Matric. pens, from King's, Michs. 1687.
Perhaps s. and h. of John, of London, merchant, adm. at
the Inner Temple, 1689.

CANHAM, JOHN. Adm. scholar at Trinity Hall, Jan. 5,
1720-1. Of London. Matric 1721. Adm. at the Middle
Temple, Jan. 28, 1719-20, as only s. of John, Esq., of the
Inner Temple.

CANHAM, PAUL. Adm. FelL-Com. (age 21) at Caius, Oct 14,
1692. S. of Paul, gent, of Norwich. B. at Colchester.
School, Colchester. Matric. 1693; LL.B. 1698. Ord. deacon
(London) Sept. 19, 1697; priest, Sept. 25, 1698. One of the
Brethren of St Katharine's, London. Lecturer at St James',
Duke's Place. Author. Died Oct 19, 1723. Will (P.C.C.)
1724. Father of Sparke (1730). [Venn, 1. 492; Hist. Reg.
Chronicle.)

CANHAM, RICHARD. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Easter,

1588; B.A. 1591-*; M.A. 1595.
CANHAM, ROBERT. Matric. sizar from Trinity Hall, Easter,

1544.
CANHAM, ROBERT. Matric. pens, from Petkrhouse, Michs.

1579; B.A. 1583-4; M.A. 1587. Fellow, 1587-1600. Ord.

deacon and priest (Peterb.) July 15, 1593. R. of Ovington,

Norfolk, 1603-26. V. of Watton, 1609-26. Died 1626.

CANHAM or CANNON, SIMON. Matric. sizar (age 22) from
St John's, Easter, 1569. S. of Simon, of Ashill, Norfolk.
B.A. 1571-2; M.A. from Caius, 1575. Fellow of Caius, 1575-8.
Chaplain to the Earl of Bath. R. of Marwood, Devon, 1578-
1622. R. of Tawstock, 1578-1622. Buried Dec. 23, 1622, at
Marwood. M.I. there. (Venn, 1. 72.)

CANHAM, SIMON. Matric. pens, (age 17) from Pembroke,
Easter, 1631. S. of William, of Suffolk, mercer. B.A. 1634-5 ;
M.A. 1638. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) Dec. 22, 1639. R. of
Chelmondiston, Suffolk, 1661-3. R. of Barham, 1663. R. of
Stokesby, Norfolk, till 1669. Died 1669.

CANHAM, STARKE. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Caius, May, 1730.
S. of Paul (1692), one of the Brethren of St Katharine. B. in
London. Schools, St Paul's and Westminster. Scholar,
1730-4; Matric. 1731; B.A. 1733-4; M.A. 1737. Ord. deacon
(London) June 20, 1736, as C. of St Margaret Pattens;
priest, Dec 24, 1738. C. of St Dunstan in-the East, 1754.
Chaplain to Lord Plymouth Died at Richmond, Surrey.
Buried at Petersham, June n, 1777. Will proved (P.C.C.)
I777- (Venn, 11. 33.)

CANNAM, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Easter, 1588;
Scholar, 1590. One of these names, R. of Crostwick, Norfolk,

1602. R. of Felmingham in 1604. Perhaps R. of Honing,
1610-30.

CANHAM, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 15) at Jesus, July 5,
1670. Of Suffolk. Matric 1671.

CANNAP, HENRY. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Caiu«, Apr 25, 1593.
S. of Nicholas, R. of Saxmundham, Suffolk. School, Benhall,
Suffolk. Matric c. 1593: Scholar, 1593-8; B.A. 1596-7;
M.A. 1600. Ord. priest (Suffragan Bishop of Colchester)
May 28, 1598; C. of Brulsyard. Father of Henry, next, and
John (1637); brother of Michael (1605). (Venn, 1. 148.)

CANNAP, HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Caius, Apr. 14, 1626.
S. of Henry, above, minister of Bruisyard. Matric 1626-7;
Scholar, 1627-32; B.A. 1629-30; M.A. 1633. V. of Aldring-
ham, Suffolk. C. of Bruisyard, in 1636. Brother of John
(1637). (Venn, 1. 175.)

CANNAP, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Caius, May 2, 1637.
S. of Henry, clerk (1593). B- at Bruisyard, Suffolk. School,
Ipswich. Scholar, 1640 to death. Died in College. Buried
Aug. 17, 1640, at St Michael's, Cambridge. Brother of Henry
(1626). (Venn, 1. 326.)



Cannon, Thomas

CANNOPE, MICHAEL. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Caius, July 24,
1605. S. of Nicholas, R. of Saxmundham, Suffolk. School,
Kelsale. Adm. scholar at Trinity Hall, Mar. 12, 1607-8.
Ord. priest (Norwich) May 30, 1613. C. of Aldringham-cum-
Thorpe, Suffolk, 16x3. Buried there Jan. 15, 1643. Brother
of Henry (1593). (Venn, 1. 190.)

CANNE, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Clare, Michs. 1565.

CANNE (possibly CANNAM), JOHN. Matric. sizar from Christ's,
Dec 1602. Dr Peile thinks it possible that he may be the
Puritan divine and controversialist described in the D.N.B.
(Peile, 1. 243)

CANNER, GEORGE. Matric. sizarfrornST John's, Lent, 1623-4;
B.A. 1627-8. C. of Clifton Campville, Staffs., 1625-30. He
was blind. Sent to Cambridge by his rector, Dr Morton.
(Wm Salt, Arch. Soc., 1915.)

CANNINGE, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Jesus, Apr. 10, 1667. Of
Essex. Matric 1667, as 'Comming'; Scholar, 1669; B.A.
1670-1.

CANNING, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Queens', June 16, 1673. Of
Essex. S. of George, of Elsenham. B.A. 1676-7. V. of Elsen-
ham, Essex, 1678-1731. Died 1731. Admon. P.C.C.

CANNING, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 18) at St John's, May 28,
1747. S. of William, farmer, of Old Mead, Essex. B. at
Henham. School, Bishop's Stortford, Herts. Matric. 1747;
B.A. 1750-1. Ord. deacon (London) May 17, 1752; priest,
Dec 23, 1753. V. of Elsenham, Essex, 1757-84. Died 1784.
(Scott-Mayor, m. 566.)

CANNING, RICHARD. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, Aug. 13,
1724. S. of Richard, Captain, R.N. B. at Plymouth, 1708.
School, Westminster. Matric 1725; B.A. 1728-9; M.A. from
Peterhouse, 1735. P.C. of St Lawrence, Ipswich, 1734. R.
of Harkstead, Suffolk, 1738-69. R. of Freston, 1755-75,
V. of Rushmere, 1755-6. R. of Thornham Magna, 1766-8.
Author, The Suffolk Traveller. Died June 8, 1775. Buried
at St Helen's, Ipswich. M.I. (D.N.B.)

CANNON, CHARLES. Adm. sizar at Jesus, July 2, 1722. Of
Sussex. School, Sevenoaks, Kent. Scholar; Matric. 1722;
B.A. 1725-6; M.A. 1730. Fellow, 1730-5. Ord. priest (Ely,
Lift. dim. from Canterbury) Dec. 22, 1728. C. of Uckfield,
Sussex. Died in College Feb. 5, 1734-5. (G. Mag.)

CANNON, CHARLES. Adm. pens, at Clare, Sept 24, 1730.
S. of Robert, D.D. (1680). Bapt at St Andrew's, Holborn,
Jan. 15, 1712-3. School, Eton (colleger). Matric 1732. Adm.
at the Middle Temple, July 7, 1732, as s. and h. of the Dean of
Lincoln.

CANNON, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 1626. Matric.
Michs. 1629. Of Norfolk. B.A. 1629-30.

CANNON, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Jesus, Oct. 18, 1705. S. of
John, R. of Isefield, Sussex. Rustat scholar. Matric. 1706;
B.A. 1709-10; M.A. 1713; D.D. 1728 (Com. Reg.). Fellow,
1712-22. Ord. deacon (Ely) May 27, 1716; priest, Mar. 17,
1716-7. V. of Whittlesford, Cambs., 1716. R. of Tillington.
Sussex, 1722. Chaplain to the Duke of Somerset. Will
(P.C.C.) 1761. (A. Gray.)

CANNON, PETER Adm. sizar at Jesus, Jan. 26, 1621-2.
Of Surrey. Matric. 1622; Scholar, 1625; B.A. 1625-6; M.A.
1629. Fellow. R. of Rushton, Northants., 1661-89. Perhaps
preb. of Southwell, 1670-82. Buried at Rushton, Oct. 10,
1689, aged 83. Father of the next (A. Gray.)

CANON, PETER Adm. sizar at Jesus, June 18, 1672. S. of
Peter, above. Matric. 1672; Scholar, 1672; B.A. 1675-6;
M.A. 1679. R. of Waltham, Lines. Preb. of Southwell,
1680-92. Died 1692.

CANNON, ROBERT. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton,
1680. B. in London, 1663. Matric. 1681; B.A. 1685-6; M.A.
1689; B.D. 1702; D.D. 1707. Fellow, 1684. Taxor, 1697.
Ord. deacon (London) Sept. 20, 1685. Chaplain to Chelsea
College. R. of Bexwell, Norfolk, 1707-8. Archdeacon of
Norfolk, 1708. Preb. of Ely, 1709. R. of Bluntisham, Hunts.,
1709-14. R. of Newton, Isle of Ely, 17 14-6. Preb. of
Westminster, 1715. Sub-almoner to the King, 1716. V. of
Christ Church, Newgate St, 1718. Preb. and Dean of Lincoln,
1721. Died Mar. 28, 1722. Buried in Westminster Abbey.
Father of Charles (1730). (D.N.B.; Harwood, 266.)

CANNON, SIMON. Adm. pens, at Jesus, July 17, 1637. Of
Norfolk. School, Charterhouse. Matric. 1637; Scholar, 1638;
B.A. 1640-1. R. of Merton, Norfolk, 1646. R. of Little
Cressingham, 1654-80. R. of Bodney, 1656-80. Died 1680.

CANNON, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from Peterhouse, Michs.
1586.

CANON, THOMAS. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Queens', Aug. 17, 1602.
Of Lancashire.



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CANON, THOMAS. Matric pens, from Jesus, Micbs. 1615. Of
Surrey. B.A. 1618-9; M.A. 1622; B.D. 1629. Fellow, 1620-
37. Taxor, 1627. V. of Guilden Morden, Cambs., 1629. R.
of Church Brampton, Northants., 1635-44; ejected; rein-
stated, 1660. Preb. of Carlisle, 1661-8. Preb.of York, 1665^8.
During his ejectment he served as chaplain in the Royalist
army. Buried at Brampton, Mar. 28, 1668; aged 68. (A.
Gray; Baker, 1. 86.)

CANNON, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Clare, Aug. 6, 1737- Of
Westminster. B. in London. Migrated to St Catharine's,
Dec 26, 1737. Matric. 1738. Adm. at Gray's Inn, Jan. 30,
1739-40. Not improbably s. of Robert (1680). If so author
of a pamphlet 'of detestable impurity,' for which he was
imprisoned; and afterwards fled abroad. (D.N.B.; and N.
and Q. 2nd ser. vm. 65.)

CANONS, WHITE (Premonstratensians), prior of. B.D. 1475-6.

CANOW orCAYNOW, RICHARD. B.A. 1513-4; M.A. 1517.

CANSELLER, STEPHEN. Adm. at St Catharine's, Jan. 15.
1690-1. Matric. 1693; B- A - l6 93 - 4- Ord. deacon (Norwich)
June, 1694; priest, Feb. 1699-1700.

CANSFIELD, see also CAUSFIELD.

CANSFIELD, ROBERT. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Michs.
1566. Of Lancashire. Scholar, 1570; B.A. 1570-1; M.A. from
St Catharine's, 1574. Fellow of St Catharine's, 1572. Proctor,
1588-9. Canon of York, 1588. Incorp. at Oxford, 1577.

CANT, JOHN. Matric. pens, from St John's, Michs. 1562.

CANT, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at Queens', Mar. 18, 1724-5.

Of Leicestershire. Matric. 1725; B.A. 1728-9; M.A. 1734.

Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Sept. 20, 1730; priest, Sept. 24, 1732.

R. of Harby, Leics., 1751-63. V. of Somercotes, Lines.

J. P. for County Leics. Died Jan. 24, 1763, aged 56. (Nichols,

in. 985.)
CANTELUPE, NICHOLAS. Carmelite friar. 'D.D. Cambridge.'

Prior of the Carmelite House at Bristol, Gloucester, and

finally Northampton. Died there, 1441, probably Sept. 27.

CANTERBURY, JOHN. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton,
1450. Of Tewkesbury. Clerk of the works for the College
buildings. Esquire Bedell (the first definitely so termed), c.
1470. Married Isabel, sister of Rob. Woodlark, provost of
King's. Buried in St Benet's, Cambridge. (Stokes, Bedells;
Masters, 57.)

CANTLIE, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Pembroke, Dec. 16, 1738.
S. of John, of Port Glasgow. Matric. Mi; M.B. 1743. He
was M.A. of Glasgow. Matric. from Balliol College, Oxford,
Oct. 10, 1737, age 20.

CANTRELL, see also CHANTRELL.

CANTRELL, EDWARD. Matric. pens, from Trinity Hall,
Easter, 1544; LL.B. 1545. Perhaps s. of Ralph, of Heming-
stone, Suffolk, registrar of the Bishop of Norwich. Will of
Edmund (sic.) proved (V.C.C.) 1552. (Vis. of Berks., 1623.)

CANTRELL, HENRY. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, May 14, 1701.
S. of Thomas (1681), Head Master of Derby School. B. 1684-
5. School, Derby. Matric 1701; B.A. 1704-5; M.A. 1710.
Incorp. at Oxford, 1757. V. of St Alkemund's, Derby,
1712-73. Assistant Master at Derby School, 1722. Author,
controversial, mainly on Baptism. Died 1773. Father of
William (1734). (D.N.B.)

CANTRELL, RALPH. Of King's Hall. Scholar or fellow,
1501-6. B.Civ.L. 1492; perhaps D.Can.L. 1502-3, as
'Robert.' Preb. of Lichfield, 1507-31. Benefactor to St
Mary's Church, Cambridge. One of these names, of Heming-
stone, Suffolk, was registrar to Bishop Nix of Norwich.
Perhaps father of the next. (Vis. of Berks., 1664.)

CANTRELL, RALPH. B.A. 1538-9; M.A. 1542. Fellow of

Jesus, 1539-40. Fellow of St John's, c. 1540. Perhaps 3rd

s. of Ralph (above). (A. Gray.)
CANTRELL, RALPH. Matric. Fell. -Com. from Peterhouse,

Easter, 1578. Perhaps s. of Thomas, of Hemingstone, Suffolk.

Of Hemingstone and Bury St Edmunds. Died 1623.

(Copinger, 11. 283.)
CANTRELL, RALPH. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1599. Of

Suffolk. Perhaps s. of above. Of Bury St Edmunds. Adm.

at Gray's Inn, Nov. 25, 1602. Of Hemingstone. Knighted,

Mar. n, 1624-5. Admon. (P.C.C.) 1654. (Km. of Berks.,

1623.)
CANTRILL, RICHARD. Matric. pens, from Clare, Easter, 1576.
CANTERELL or CHANTERELL, ROBERT. B.Civ. and Can.L.

1492-3; D.Can.L. 1502-3.
CANTRELL or CHAUNTELL, THOMAS. Adm. at King's (age

17) a scholar from Eton, Aug. 16, 1518. Of Gryme, Staffs.

Probably B.A. 1521-2. Fellow, 1521.

CANTRELL, THOMAS. B.A. 1537-8; M.A. 1541.



Capell, Edward

CANTRELL, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from Queens', Easter,
1626. Of Derbyshire. B. at Repton. B.A. 1629-30; M.A.
1633. Fellow, 1633-6. Buried at Coton, Cambs., Apr. 21,
1636. Will proved (V.C.C.) 1636.

CANTRELL, THOMAS. M.A. from Sidney, 1681. S. of John,



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