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Jesus, c. 1596; B.A. 1599-1600; M.A. 1603. Incorp. at
Oxford, 1605.

CHATBURNE, GEORGE. Matric. pens, from St John's, Michs.
1552. Of Lancashire. B.A. 1555-6; M.A. from St Catharine's,
1559- Fellow of St Catharine's, c. 1556. V. of Duxford
St John, Cambs., 1561. R. of Duxford St Peter, 1564.

CHATBURNE, OLIVER Matric. sizar from St John's, c. 1593;
B.A. 1596-7; M.A. 1600. Ord. deacon and priest (Norwich)
Sept. 29, 1600, age 26. V. of Westleton, Suffolk, 1600-27.
Buried there May 30, 1627.

CHATBURNE or CHADBURN, RICHARD. Matric. sizar from
Queens', Easter, 1631. Of Huntingdonshire.

CHATBURNE, WILLIAM. Scholar of St Catharine's, 1558.
Perhaps the same who matric. sizar from Clare, Michs. 1560.
Probably ord. priest (Lincoln) May 8, 1569; 'bred in the
schools.' Perhaps preb. of St Paul's, 1585-1614; and R. of
Baldock, Herts.

CHATEAUNEUF, see ALBASPINA, Marquis of.

CHATER, see CHAYTOR.

CHATFIELD, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Jesus, May 11, 1724. Of
Surrey. Matric. 1724; LL.B. 1729. Ord. deacon (Chichester)
Sept. 21, 1729; priest, Oct. 4, 1730. R. of Southease, Sussex,
1730. R. of Balcombe, 1740. Buried at Balcombe, Oct. 30,
1778. Will proved at Lewes. (W. C. Renshaw.)

CHATFIELD, STEPHEN. M.A. 1586 (Incorp. from Oxford;
not recorded in Al. Oxon.). Master of Kingston-on-Thames
School, 1573. V. of Kingston-on-Thames, 1574-98. R - °f
Long Ditton, 1577-82. Treasurer of Chichester, 1581. V. of
Charlewood, 1584-98. Preb. of Chichester, 1587. Died 1598.
(Manning and Bray, m. 24; 11. 193.)

CHATERYS, JOHN. Proctor, c. 1365-6. Master of Clare Hall,
1392-1400. Donor of plate to the College. Doubtless the
scholar at King's Hall, 1350; left in 1365. Clerk to John of
Gaunt. (Clare Coll. Hist., 19; Papal Petitions, 1. 529.)

CHATTERIS, JOHN. Matric. sizar from St John's, Easter,
1581; B.A. 1584-5; M.A. 1588. Ord. priest (Norwich) Oct.
21, 1589. R. of Illington, Norfolk, 1592. V. of Weybread,
Suffolk, 1606-23.

CHATERES, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from Jesus, Easter, 1544.

CHATTERTON, see CHADERTON.

CHATWIN or CHATTINS, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel,
June 28, 1682. Of Leicestershire. Matric. pens. Lent, 1683-4;
B.A. 1685-6. A poet.

CHAUNCEY, see CHANCY.

CHAUNDRY, WILLIAM. M.A. 1459-60.

CHAUNTLER, NICHOLAS. Matric. pens, from Clare, Easter,
1575- V. of Patcham, Sussex, 1581-93. R. of Rotherfield,
1581-2.

CHAUNTLER, ROGER. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Easter,
1563; Scholar, 1565; B.A. 1566-7; M.A. 1570.

CHAUSSU, NICHOLAS DE. M.A. 1625 (on the King's visit).

CHAVE, TRISTRAM. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Sidney, May 8,
1687. S. of Thomas, farmer. B. at Tiverton, Devon. School,
Tiverton. Matric. 1688; B.A. 1690-1; M.A. 1694; B.D. 1701.
Fellow, 1693. Incorp. at Oxford, 1699. R. of Minehead,
Somerset, 1702-9. Died 1709.



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ChaWdron, Abraham

CHAWDRON, ABRAHAM. Matric. pens, from Peterhousb,

Michs. 15S1.

CHAWNER or CHEYNER ROBERT. Matric sizar from Corpus
Christi, Easter, 1575; BA 1578-9; M.A. 1583. Ord. priest
(Norwich) June 29, 1399, age 40. C. of Swameld, Norfolk.

CHAWNER, ROBERT. Matric sizar from Corpus Christi,
Easter, 1614. Of Norfolk. B.A. 1616-7; M.A. 1620. V. of
Thorpe Market, Norfolk, 1626-34. Father of the next.

CHAWNER, ROBERT. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Caius, Oct. 17,
1643. S. of Robert (above), V. of Thorpe Market, Norfolk.
Matric. 1642; B.A. 1646-7. R. of Little Ellingham, Norfolk,
1655-72. Will (Norwich) 1672. (Vtnn, 1. 348.)

CHAWNER, SAMUEL. Adm. sizar at Corpus Christi, 1616.
Of Norfolk. Matric 1617; B.A. 1619-20; M.A. 1623.

CHAWNER, WILLIAM. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1604; B.A.
1607-8; M.A. 1612. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Sept. 25, 1608,
age 24; priest, Mar. 12, 1608-9. C. of West Somerton,
Norfolk, in 1635.

CHAYWORTH or CHAUWORTH, BARTHOLOMEW. Matric.
pens, from Trinity, c. 1598. Perhaps s. of John, of Epper-
stone, Notts., Esq., adm. at Gray's Inn, Aug. 1, 1601.

CHAYWORTH, GEORGE. Matric. Fell.-Com. from Trinity,
Michs. 1564. One of these names adm. at Gray's Inn, 1567.
Perhaps s. of Sir John of Langar, Notts. Knighted, 1584.
Died Mar. 4, 1589. (Godfrey, Churches of Notts)

CHAWORTH, GEORGE. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Easter,
1572. Probably adm. at Gray's Inn, 1576. Barrister, 1583.
Autumn reader and bencher; and M.P. for East Retford,
1588.

CHAWORTH, GEORGE. Matric. pens, from Emmanuel, Michs.
1586. Perhaps s. and h. of Henry, Esq., adm. at Gray's Inn,
May 13, 1590.

CHAWORTH, GEORGE. Matric. pens, from Trinity, c. 1598.

CHAWORTH, GEORGE. M.A. 1614-5 (on the King's visit).
Perhaps same as the above. S. and h. of John, of Southwell,
Notts. Adm. at Gray's Inn, 1605. Perhaps knighted, 1605.
M.P. for Notts., 1620.

CHAWORTH, GEORGE. Adm. (age 17) at St John's, 1720.
Matric. 1720; B.A. 1723-4; M.A. 1727. Probably s. of
Patrick (1690). Buried at Annesley, Apr. 26, 1758.

CHAWORTH ('DE CADURCIS'), GILBERT. Adm. Fell. -Com.
(age 15) at Caius, Nov. 20, 1622. Eldest s. of Sir George,
Knt., of Wiverton, Notts. B. in London. School, private.
Matric. 1622. Died 1627. Brother of the next. (Venn, 1.
260.)

CHAWORTH ('DE CADURCIS), JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 17)
at Caius, Mar. 12, 1626-7. S. of Sir George, Knt., of Wiverton,
Notts. B. at Mercaston, Derbs. School, Perse, Cambridge.
Matric 1627. Succeeded his father as Baron Chaworth of
Trim, and Viscount Ardagb, 1639. Died in June, 1644.
Brother of Gilbert, above. (Venn, 1. 280; G.E.C.)

CHAWORTH, PATRICK. Matric. pens, from Trinity Hall,
Easter, 1690. Natural s. of Patrick, Viscount Chaworth.
B. 1673. Of Annesley, Notts. Married Elizabeth Pole.
Sheriff of Notts., 1705. Buried Jan. 29, 1719. Father of the
two next, and perhaps of George (1720).

CHAWORTH, PATRICK. Adm. Fell. -Com. (age 17) at St John's,
Aug. 28, 1718. S. of Patrick, Esq. (above). B. at Annesley.
School, Eton. Matric. 1717. M.P. for East Retford, 1722.
Buried Apr. 5, 1731. Brother of the next and father of
William (1745).

CHAWORTH, POLE. Adm. pens, (age 18) at St John's, May 25,
1720. S. of Patrick (1690), Esq., of Annesley. B. at Annesley.
School, Eton. Matric. 1720. Adm. at the Inner Temple,
June 26, 1720. Barrister, 1726. Brother of Patrick, above,
and perhaps George (1720).

CHAYWORTH, W. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Easter, 1570.

CHAWORTH, WILLIAM. Adm. Fell. -Com. (age 19) at Trinity,
Mar. 27, 1745. S. of Patrick (1718), of Annesley, Notts.
School, Westminster. Matric. 1745. Killed in a duel with
Lord Byron. Buried Feb. 8, 1765.

CHAYTOR, HENRY. Matric. pens, from St John's, Easter,

1623. Perhaps s. of Thomas, of Butterby, Durham. B.A.

1626-7. Adm. at Gray's Inn, 1626. Buried at St Oswald's,

Durham, May 1, 1629, aged 20.
CHAYTER, HUGH. Matric pens, from Trinity, Michs. 1362.

Probably s. of Christopher, of Butterby, Durham. Equerry

to Queen Elizabeth. Died Jan. 10, 1593. (M. H. Peacock.)
CHAITOR or CHETER, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Christ's, Apr.

1626. S. of Ralph (? 1586), of Yorks. School, Richmond.

Matric. 1626.



Cheeke, Henry

CHATER, RALPH. Matric pens, from Queens', Easter, 1586.
Of Richmondshire. B.A. (? 1589-90) ; M.A. from Christ's,
1593. Elected fellow of Christ's, but held inadmissible.
V. of Wensley, Yorks., 1607-43. (Peile, 1. 188.)

CHATER, THOMAS. Matric pens, from Peterhousk, Michs.
1572.

CHAYTOR, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Christ's, Nov.
30, 1658. S. of Nicholas, of Butterby, Durham. B. at
Haughton, Durham, July 24, 1639. School, Brignall. Matric
1658; M.A. 1682. Of Croft, Yorks. Created baronet, June
28, 1671. Died 1720, in the Fleet prison, where he had been
a prisoner for 17 years. Buried at St Bride's, London, Jan.
7, 1720-1. (Peile, 1. 583; G£.C; H. M. Wood.)

CHAYTOR, WILLIAM. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 17) at Magdalene,
Oct. 24, 1750. S. of Henry, Esq. B. at Croft, Yorks. School,
Appleby, Westmorland. Matric. 1750. Adm. at Lincoln's
Inn, Jan. 23, 1753- M.P. for Penryn, 1774; for Hedon,
1780. Died May 15, 1819.



CHATER,



Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1561.



CHATYR, . Adm. pens, at Trinity Hall, Apr. 20, 1703

(resided till 1705).

CHEADLE or CHEADLY, ELIAS. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel,
May 26, 1669. Of Derbyshire. Matric 1669; B.A. 1672-3.
Ord. priest (Gloucester) Dec. 5, 1677. (F. S. Hockaday.)

CHEADLE orCHEDELL, ROWLAND. M.A. 1622 (Incorp. from
Oxford). Of Anglesey. Matric. from Jesus College, Oxford,
Nov. 24, 1615, age 17; B.A. 1618-9; M.A. 1621; B.D. and
D.D. 1632. R. of Llanddyfnam, Anglesey, 1620; of Llan-
fachell, 1621. R. of Llanfihangel-y-Tracthau, Merion., 1625.
Treasurer of Bangor, 1625. R. of Liandegfan, Anglesey,
1626; and of Llanvaethln, 1649. (Al. Oxon.)

CHEALE, JOHN. Adm. Fell. -Com. at Trinity, June 15, 1731.
S. of John, of Henneld, Sussex. Died Oct. 17, 1731, aged 18.
Buried at Shermanbury, Sussex. M.I. at Henneld.

CHEALES, RICHARD. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Apr. 26,
162 1. Matric. 162 1 ; B.A. 1624.

CHEALES, THOMAS. \dm. pens, at Emmanuel, 1625. Matric
1625; B.A. from Magdalene, 1628-9; M.A. 1632. One of these
names, s. of Thomas, of Hagworthingham, Lines., bapt.
there, Feb. 16, 1610-1. Buried July 16, 1666. (Lines.
Pedigrees.)

CHEALES, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Magdalene,
July 2, 1731. S. of Richard, gent. B. at Hagworthingham,
Lines. School, Lincoln. Matric. 1731; B.A. 1734-5; M.A.
1738. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Dec. 21, 1735; priest, Dec 18,
17V7- R- 0I Thorpe-by-Newark, Notts., 1763. R. of Wicken-
by, Lines. (Lines. Pedigrees.)

CHEATTLE or CHETTLE, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Trinity, June
21, 1671. Of Leicestershire. Matric. 1671; B.A. 1674-5;
M.A. 1678. Ord. deacon (Ely) May 30, 1675; priest (Peterb.)
May 21, 1676. Incorp. at Oxford, 1678. V. of Leak, Yorks.,
1687.

CHEDOCK, SAMUEL Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, June 29, 1620.
Matric. 1620.

CHEDWORTH orCHADWORTH, JOHN. Appointed fellow of
King's, at the second election of that foundation, 1443. B.
in Gloucestershire. Fellow of Merton College, Oxford. Pro-
vost of King's, 1446-52. R. of Stoke Hammond, Bucks.,
1433. R.of Stepney, Middlesex, till 1471. Preb. of Salisbury,
1440; of Lincoln, 1454; of London, 1462; and of York,
1464. V. of Fulham, 1467. Archdeacon of Wilts., 1449; of
Northants., 1457; of Lincoln, 1464^. Bishop of Lincoln, 1452-
71. Died Nov. 23, 1471. Buried in Lincoln Cathedral. Will,
P.C.C (D.N.B.; Harwood.)

CHEEKE or CHEKE, HATTON. Matric. pens, from Trinity,
c. 1595. S. of Henry, next, and grandson of Sir John (1529).
Knighted, 1603. Killed in a duel at Calais, and buried at
Dover. (Cooper, 11. 9; Vis. of Essex, 1612.)

CHEKE, HENRY. Matric. Fell.-Com. from Trinity, Lent,
! 564-5. (According to Cooper he was a student at King's
College.) S. of Sir John (1529). oi Cambridge. Said to have
been created M.A. on or about Mar. 30, 1568. M.P. for
Bedford, 1572; and for Boroughbridge, 1584- Secretary
to the Council of the North, 1581. Died in York, 1586.
Buried in the Minster. Father of Hatton, above, and
perhaps the next, and Thomas (1629). (Cooper, u. q;D.N.B. ;
Vis. of Essex, 1613.)

CHEEK, HENRY. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Emmanuel, Michs. 1588.
Matric. 1588. Probably s. of Henry, above. If so, adm. at
Gray's Inn, Nov. 6, 159°- IW* °f Esttx, »6i3.)

CHEEKE, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, May, 1668.
Matric. 1668.



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Cheeke, John

CHEKE, JOHN. B.A. from St John's, 1529-30; M.A. 1533.
Fellow, 1529. S. of Peter (1509), University BedelL B. in
Cambridge, June 16, 15 14. An early reformer. Greek
lecturer in the University, and the first Regius Professor,
1540. Public orator, 1544. Incorp. at Oxford, 1542; and
canon of King's College (Christ Church), Oxford. Tutor to
Prince Edward, 1544. M.P. for Bletchmgley, 1547, 1553-
Provost of King's, 1548-53. Knighted, 1551. Chamberlain
of the Exchequer, clerk of the Council, and secretary of State,
1552. Under Queen Mary he retired abroad, and for a time
lectured in Greek at Strasburg. He was seized in Flanders,
brought to England, and committed to the Tower. Under
threats he abjured Protestantism and was received into the
Romish Church, Oct. 4, 1556. Died in London, Sept. 13,
1557. Buried at St Alban's, Wood St. M.I. there. Known
as one of the principal restorers of Greek learning in England.
For a list of his works see D.N.B. Father of Henry (1564).
(Cooper, 1. 167; D.N.B.; Vis. of Essex.)

CHEKE, JOHN. Matric. pens, from St John's, Michs. 1544.
One of these names V. of Ardeley, Herts., 1560, and V. of
Rushden, 1561.

CHEKE, JOHN. Matric. pens from Peterhouse, Lent, 1564-5-
Ord. priest (London) Dec. 28, 1570; C. of Chalfont St Giles.
Perhaps V. of Datchet, Bucks., 1575-80.

CHEEKE, MICHAEL. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 10, 1675.
S. of Robert (1644), R. of Cattistock. Bapt. Aug. 22, 1658.
Matric. 1675; B.A. 1678-9. Subscribed for deacon's orders
(Bristol) Sept. 17, 1681; for priest's, Dec. 24, 1682. R. and
patron of Cattistock, 1683-98. Died 1698. Will at Bland-
ford. Brother of Robert (1684). (F. S. Hockaday.)

CHEKE, PETER. Esquire bedell, 1509-30- S. of Robert, of
Mottiston, Isle of Wight. Benefactor to the University. Died
c. Jan. 1529-30. Will (V.C.C.). Father of Sir John Cheke
(1329-30). {Cooper, 1. 39; Stokes, Bedells; Vis. of Essex, 1612.)

CHEKE, ROBERT. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Michs. 1586;
Scholar, 1588; B.A. 1590-1; M.A. 1594; B.D. 1610. Fellow,
1593. Incorp. at Oxford, 1594. Perhaps R. of Egglescliffe,
Durham, 1606-10. R. of Tunstall, Kent, 1610-47. Preb. of
Rochester, 1617-41. V. of Hoo St Werbergh, 1622-5. Died
July 5, 1647, aged 78. Buried at Tunstall. Will, P.C.C.

CHEEKE, ROBERT. Matric. pens, from King's, Michs. 1642
(Fell. -Com. in College). Perhaps s. of Sir Thomas, of Pirgo,
Havering, Essex; age 9 in 1634. (Vis. of Essex, 1634.)

CHEEK, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Trinity, May 8, 1644. Of
Dorset. Matric. 1644; B.A. 1647-8; M.A. 1650. Fellow, 1649.
R. and patron of Cattistock, Dorset. Died 1678. Father of
Michael (1675) and the next.

CHEEK, ROBERT. Adm. sizar at Christ's, June 5, 1684. Of
Dorset. S. of Robert, above. Matric. 1684; B.A. from St
John's, 1687-8. Subscribed for priest's orders (Bristol) Mar.
9, 1690-1. Brother of Michael (1675). (F. S. Hockaday.)

CHEEKE, ROGER. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Lent, 1577-8;
Scholar, 1582; B.A. 1582-3; M.A. 1586. Fellow, 1585.

CHEEKE, THOMAS. M.A. 1629 ( fil. nob.). Perhaps s. of Henry
(1565). Probably of Pirgo, Essex. Knighted, 1603. Died
1659. (Vis. of Essex, 1634.)

CHEEK, THOMAS. M.A. 1631 (Incorp. from Oxford). S. of
Henry, of Petberton, Somerset. Matric. from Wadham
College, Oxford, Feb. 20, 1623-4, age 17; B.A. (Oxford)
1625-6; M.A. 1628.

CHEEK, THOMAS. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Emmanuel, June 13,
1644. Matric. 1644. Perhaps 2nd s. of Sir Thomas, of Pirgo,
Havering, Essex. (Vis. of Essex, 1634.)

CHEEK, THOMAS. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Queens', June 29,
1676. Of Hertfordshire. Matric. 1677. Died 1712-3.

CHEERE, WILLIAM. Adm. at Magdalene, Feb. 11, 1747-8.
Matric. 1748. Adm. pens, (age 19) at Trinity, Feb. 20, 1748-9.
S. of Henry I wrongly ' William ' in the Trinity Register), of
St Margaret s, Westminster. School, Hoxton, London.
Scholar, 1750; LL.B. 1754. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Dec. 22,
1754. The father, Sir Henry, a statuary, was created Bart.
1766. William, in Holy Orders, succeeded as Bart., 1781.
Of White Roding, Essex. Died there Feb. 28, 1808. Buried
at Clapham. (G.E.C.)

CHEESE, JOHN. 'Student of Christ's,' when ord. deacon
(Peterb.) June 7; priest, Sept. 21, 1623.

CHEESBROUGH, HUGH. Adm. sizar (age 19) at St John's,
Oct. 18, 1636. S. of Thomas, husbandman, of Ravenstone-
dale, Westmorland. B. there. School, Kirkby-Stephen.
Matric. 1637.

CHEESEMAN, ROBERT. Student at Cambridge, 1534. A monk
from Westminster Abbey. (Pearce, Westminster.)

CHEESEWRIGHT, ANDREW. B.A. 1473-4; B.D. 1484-5.
Fellow of Pembroke, c. 1474. Chantry priest at Eltisworth
(? Elsworth, Cambs.), 1477. R. there to 1477. (Loder.)



Chenevtx, Richard

CHESS WRIGHT, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Caius,
Nov. 7, 1594. S. of John, gent. B. at Fordham, Cambs.
School, Ely. Matric. c. 1595; B.A. 1598-9; M.A. 1602.
Probably R. of Norton-Fitzwarren, Somerset, 1617-27.
(Venn, 1. 154.)

CHEESWRIGHT, JOHN. B.A. 1509-10; M.A. 1513; B.D. 1523-
4. Fellow of Pembroke, 1515. Scholar or fellow of King's
Hall, 1520-33. Proctor, 1519-20. V. of Melbourne, Cambs.,
till 1537. V. of Wisbech St Peter to 1537. Died 1537. Will
proved (V.C.C.).

CHESEWRIGHT, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Corpus Christi,
Michs. 1556.

CHEESEWRIGHT, MARK. Matric. pens, from Pembroke,
Michs. 1584. Of Fordham, Cambs. S. of John. School,
Ely. Adm. at Caius, Mar. 30, 1587, age 19; Scholar of Caius,
1587; B.A. 1587-8. Died in College. Buried at St Michael's,
Mar. 2, 1588-9. (Venn, 1. 128.)

CHISWRIGHT, W. Matric. pens, from Pembroke, Michs.
1585.

CHEESEWRIGHT, . B.D. 1489.

CHEETAM, EDMUND. Matric. pens, from St John's, c. 1591,
as Chittam. B.A. (? 1594-5); M.A. 1598.

CHEETHAM, EDMUND. Adm. sizar (age 16) at Sidney, June
28, 1655. S. of Samuel. B. at Oldham, Lanes. School,
Oldham. Matric. 1656. One of these names R. of Felming-
ham, Norfolk, 1661.

CHETHAM, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Sidney, Sept.
20, 1707. S. of Edward. B. at Manchester. School, Man-
chester. Matric. 1707. Adm. at Gray's Inn, May 7, 1709.
Barrister-at-law. Died 1769.

CHETHAM, THOMAS. Augustinian canon, of Leeds Priory,
Kent. B.D. 1525-6 (as 'Cambridge'). Suffragan to Bishop
Bonner, as Bishop of Sidon. Preb. of St Paul's, 1553.
Suffragan to Cardinal Pole, for Canterbury, 1558. R. of
Wrotham, Kent, 1557. Died 1558. (Cooper, 1. 177.)

CHEEVER, EZECHIEL. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, Jan. 12,
1632-3. S. of William, of London, skinner. B. Jan. 25,
1615-6. Grecian from Christ's Hospital. Matric. 1633. Went
to Boston, New England, 1637. Master of the Grammar School
at Newhaven, 1638-50; at Ipswich, 1650-61; Charleston,
1661-70; Boston, 1670-1708. As Cotton Mather says, 'he
held the rod for 70 years,' nearly all the eminent men in
England having been taught by him. Author, Latin
Accidence. Died Aug. 21, 1708. (A. W. Lockhart; J. G.
Bartlett.)

CHEEVER, WILLIAM. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1674. Of
Canterbury. B.A. 1677-8.

CHEFFER, RICHARD. Augustinian friar at Norwich. Of
Norfolk. Student at Cambridge. Flourished c. 1400. (D.N.B.;
Pits, 479)

CHEKYN, see also CHICKEN.

CHEKYN orCHYKYN, JOHN. B.A. 1520-1; M.A. 1524; B.D.
1530-1. Of Durham. Fellow of Pembroke, 1519.

CHEKYN, . B.Civ.L. 1524-5.

CHELDREY, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at Trinity, June 13, 1667.
Perhaps s. of Richard, C. of Pannal. Matric. 1667; B.A.
1670-1. V. of Pannal, Yorks., 1677-83. V. of Harewood,
1704-24.

CHELTER, . Adm. Fell.-Com. at Trinity Hall, June 17,

1698.

CHYNNERYE, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Jesus, Lent, 1584-5.

CHINERY, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Pembroke, Feb. 20,
1666-7. S. of William. B. at Harling, Norfolk. Matric.
1667; B.A. 1670-1; M.A. 1674. Incorp. at Oxford, 1675.
V. of Haughley, Suffolk, 1671-1702. R. of Brettenham, and
V. of Croxton, Norfolk, 1675. R. of Combs, Suffolk, 1689-
1711. Died 1711. (Al. Oxon.)

CHENERY, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Jesus, Apr. 6, 1659.
Of Suffolk. Matric. 1659; Scholar, 1661.

CHENERY, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Pembroke, July
11, 1696. S. of Thomas, of Eye, Suffolk, gent. Matric. 1697.

CHENERY, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Clare, Oct. 16, 1728.
B. at Eye, Suffolk. Matric. 1728.

CHENEVIX, RICHARD. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Peterhouse,
May 3, 1 713. S.of [Philip], colonel of the Guards, and grandson
of Philip, protestant pastor and Huguenot refugee. School,
Bishop's Stortford. Scholar, 1714; B.A. 1716-7; M.A. 1732;
D.D. 1744. Ord. deacon (London) May 24j 1719; priest,
Sept. 10, 1721. Chaplain to the Earl of Scarborough, 1719.
Chaplain to Lord Chesterfield, 1728; with whom he went to
Ireland, 1745. R. of Gedling, Notts., 1734-45. Bishop
of Killaloe, 1745. Bishop of Waterford and Lismore, 1746-79.
Died at Waterford, Sept. 11, 1779. (D.N.B.; T. A. Walker,
231.)



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Cheney, Christopher

CHENEY, CHRISTOPHER. Matric. pens, from Peterhouse,
Lent, 1379-80. Perhaps adm. at Gray's Inn, Oct 28, 1584.
Barrister, 1592. One of these names s. of William, of Thorn-
gumbald, Yorks. (Vis. of Yorks., 1584.)

CHENEY, EDWARD, see CHINAY.

CHEYNEY, FRANCIS. Matric. pens, (age 12) from St John's,
Easter, 1562. Of Chesham Bois, Bucks. Adm. at the Inner
Temple, Nov. 1568, as s. of John. M.P. for Cardigan, 1584-6.
Knighted, 1603. Died Jan. 5, 1619. M.I. at Drayton Beau-
champ. Brother of John (1562). (Cheyney of Chesham Bois;
Vis. of Bucks.)

CHEYNEY, HERBERT. Matric. pens, from St John's, Michs.
1602; LL.B. from Trinity Hall, 1608, as Harberton.

CHEISNE or CHENE, JOHN. Scholar at King's Hall, 1355.
Promoted to a benefice, 1362.

CHEYNEY, JOHN. Matric. pens, from St John's, Easter, 1562.
Of Chesham Bois, Bucks. S. and h. of John, of Drayton
Beauchamp. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Nov. 1568. Died
1597. Brother of Francis (1562). (Vis. of Bucks.)

CHENY, JOHN. Matric pens, from Trinity, Michs. 1598.
One of these names, of Herts., adm. at Lincoln's Inn, May 10,
1595-

CHENEY, OLIVER. Adm. scholar at Trinity Hall, Apr. 27,
1667. Of Suffolk. Matric. 1668; LL.B., 1673.

CHEYNEY, RICHARD. Scholar of Christ's. B. in London,
1513. B.A. 1528-9; M.A. 1532; B.D. 1539-40. Fellow
of Pembroke, 1530; and of Christ's, 1534. Incorp. at
Oxford, 1565. Ord. priest, Sept. 21, 1534. V. of St Helen's,
Worcester. V. of Half ord, Warws., 1547. Archdeacon of
Hereford, 1552-7. V. of Maids Moreton, Bucks., 1558. R.
of Bishops Hampton, Warws., 1559. Preb. of Gloucester,
1559. Canon of Westminster, 1560. Bishop of Gloucester,
1562; with the See of Bristol in commendam. Died Apr. 25,
1579, aged 65. Buried in Gloucester Cathedral. (D.N.B.;
Cooper, 1. 400.)

CHENEY, RICHARD. Matric. pens, from Queens', Michs. 1561.

CHEYNE, ROBERT. Matric sizar from Trinity, Easter, 1631.

Migrated to Emmanuel, Dec 1635. B.A. 1636-7; M.A. 1640.

Probably V. of Kirkby Ravensworth, Yorks., 1653-66.

R. of Wyckliffe, 1660-1.
CHEYNE, ROGER Scholar at King's Hall, 1368. Left July 25,

1373. {Trin. Coll. Adm.)
CHEYNEY, ROLAND. Matric. sizar from Emmanuel, Michs.

1635-
CHEYNEY, SAMUEL, Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Mar. 7,

1633-4. Matric. 1634; B.A. 1637-8; M.A. 1641. P.C. of

St Mary Colechurch, London, 1640.
CHEYNEY, THOMAS. B.Civ.L. 1511-2.
CHEYNEY, THOMAS. B.A. 1521-2. One of these names (M.A.),

R. of Han well and Brentford, Middlesex, 1538-47. Died

I547-
CHAYNYE, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Michs. 1566.
CHEYNE, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Sidney, Oct. i,

1628. S. of Sir Thomas, Knt., of Sundon, Beds. B. at

Cranfield, Beds. Schools, Aston, Herts, and Preston, Bucks.

Matric. 1628. Of Sundon, Beds., Esq. Adm. at Gray's Inn,

1620. (Vis. of Beds., 1634.)
CHEYNE, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Queens', Oct. 23, 1680.

Of Bedfordshire. Matric. 1680. One of these names R. of

Pertenhall, Beds., 1695-1710. Buried there Nov. 13, 1710.

Perhaps father of the next. (W. M. Noble.)
CHEYNE, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 18) at St John's, Oct. 30,

1704. S. of Thomas, clerk, of Pertenhall, Hunts, (perhaps the
above). Schools, Wootton, Beds, and Westminster. Matric.

1705. Ord. priest (London) Mar. 20, 1708-9. Perhaps of St
Mary-le-Strand ; died Sept. 8, 1755. (G. Mag.)

CHEYNEY, W. Matric. pens, from Clare, Michs. 1566.
CHEYNEY, W. Matric. pens, from Christ's, Michs. 1581.
CHEYNEY, WILLIAM. Matric. sizar from St John's, Easter,

1614; B.A. 1617-8; M.A. 1621. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) Sept.

2i ; priest, Sept. 22, 1617.

CHENOWETH, ANTHONY. Adm. sizar (age 16) at Pembroke,
May 27, 1697. S. of William, of 'Bury,' Cornwall. Matric.
1697.

CHERY, EDWARD. Matric. pens, from Clare, c. 1597.

CHERIE or CHORIE, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Corpus
Christi, Lent, 1597-8. Of Norwich.

CHERITON, CHARLES. Adm. pen*, (age 18) at Trinity, June
21, 1739. S. of Charles, of London. School, Westminster.
Matric. 1740; Scholar, 1740; B.A. 1742-3. Ord. priest
(Rochester) May 20, 1744. One of the choir in Westminster
Abbey. Chaplain on a man-of-war, 1744. (.41. Westmon.,321.)



Cheshire, Thomas

CHERITON, GEORGE. Adm. sizar (age 17) at St John's, Nov.
5, 1739- S. of Charles, glover, of Middlesex. B. in West-
minster. School, Westminster. Matric 1739-40; B.A. 1743-

4. Ord. deacon (Rochester) May 25, 1746; C. of Edenbridge;
priest (Norwich) Feb. 19, 1748-9; C. of St Laurence, Ipswich.
(Scott-Mayor, m. 504.)

CHERNOCK, see CHARNOCK.

CHERRY, EDWARD. Matric. sizar from Christ's, Dec 161 7;
B.A. 1620-1; M.A. 1624. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) June 4;
priest, June 5, 1626. V. of Much Holland, Essex, 1638-43,
and 1660-78. V.of GtClacton, 1663. Died before Nov. 1678.
(Peile, 1. 322.)

CHERRY, HENRY. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Christ's, June 12,
1689. S. of Edward. B. at Macclesfield. School, Maccles-
field. Matric 1689; Scholar, 1690. Buried at Gt St Andrew's,
Cambridge, Jan. 25, 1692-3. (Peile, 11. 113.)



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