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(Norwich) Oct. 1742. R. of Chelmondiston, Suffolk, 1740.
R. of TivetshaU, Norfolk, 1742. Chaplain to the King. Canon
of Windsor, 1746. Preb. of Lincoln, 1747. Canon of St Paul's,
1760. Dean, 1766-8. Bishop of Lichfield, 1750. Archbishop
of Canterbury, 1768. Died Mar. 19, 1783. Buried in Lam-
beth Church. (D.N.B.; Peile, 11. 225.)

CORNWALEYS, HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Caius, July 4,
1609. S. of Henry, gent., of Westwick, Norfolk. B. at
Kan worth. School, North Walsham. Matric. 1609; Scholar,
1 609-1 x.

CORNWALLIS, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 1669.
Of Norfolk. Matric. 1670; B.A. 1672-3. Ord. deacon
(Norwich) Apr. 1673. V. of Chrishall, Essex, 1678- . R.
of Teston, Kent, 1682-1710. Author, Sermon. Died 1710.
(Masters.)

CORNWALLIS, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Michs.

1560.
CORNWALLIS, JOHN. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 15) at Caius,

Jan. 31, 1588-9. S. of William, of Brome Hall, Suffolk,

Esq. School, Highgate, Middlesex. A popish recusant

family. Died young. (Venn, 1. 135.)

CORNWALLIS, JOHN. Matric. Fell.-Com. from Corpus Christi,
Easter, 1647. Of Suffolk. Perhaps t. and h. of John, of
Ashficld, Suffolk, Esq.; adm. at Gray's Inn, Nov. 6, 1647.



Corn well, Francis

CORNWALLIS, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Jesus, Apr. 15, 1669.
1st s. of John, of (Wingfield College), Suffolk, Esq. Matric.
1669. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 3, 1669. (Cornwallis of
Cretingham; Vis. ofSuff., 1664.)

CORNWALEIS, PHILLIP. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Caius, Oct.
10, 1594. S. of John, Esq. B. at Londham Hall Pettistree,
Suffolk, Sept. 15, 1578. School, Brandeston. Died June 7,
1601. Brother of Thomas (1596). (Venn, 1. 154; V. B. Red-
stone.)

CORNWALLIS, PHILIP. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, June 30,
1631. S. of Sir William, of Burnham Thorpe. Matric. 1631;
B.A. 1634-5; M.A. 1638. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Sept. 2,
1644; priest (Lincoln) Aug. 16, 1646. R. of Little Ellingham,
Norfolk, 1647: resigned same year. R. of Burnham Thorpe,
1643. Died Dec. 30, 1680. Buried at Burnham Thorpe.
M.I.

CORNWALEIS, RICHARD. Adm. pens, (age 15) at Caius,
Feb. 27, 1584-5. S. of Henry, of Coxford Abbey, Norfolk,
Esq. School, Norwich. Matric. 1584-5; B.A. 1588-9; M.A.
1592. Fellow, 1592-6. Entered the English College at Rome,
Feb. 28, 7599, as 'Richard Fincham.' Ord. priest (R.C.)
1599. Sent to England, 1601. Died in Spain, 1606. (Venn,
I. 124; Records S. J., 1. 181.)

CORNWALLIS, RICHARD. Adm. sizar at St Catharine's,
1673. Matric. 1673.

CORNWALLIS, THOMAS. Adm. at King's (age 18) a scholar
from Eton, Aug. 1, 1517. S. of William, of Brome, Suffolk.
B.A. 1518-9. Fellow, 1517. Ord. deacon (Ely) Apr. 23, 1519;
priest, June 18, 1519. R. of Thrandeston, Suffolk. Arch-
deacon of Norwich, 1543-57. Died 1557. (Cooper, 1. 170.)

CORNWALLIS, THOMAS. Matric. Fell.-Com. from Gonville
Hall, Michs. 1546. Probably brother of William (1544).

CORNEWALLES, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from St Catharine's,
Michs. 1571.

CORNWALEIS, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Caius, Dec. 1, 1596.
S.of John.Esq. B. at Pettistree, Suffolk. School, Brandeston.
Matric. 1596. Adm. at Gray's Inn, Apr. 21, 1600. Lord of
the manor of Okenhill. Died Apr. 23, 1627. M.I. at Creting-
ham. Brother of Philip (1594). (Venn, 1. 160.)

CORNWALLIS, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Pembroke,
Mar. 18, 1674-5. S. of Thomas, of Wootton, Norfolk, gent.
Matric. 1675.

CORNWALLIS, THOMAS. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Corpus Christi,
Apr. 13, 1676. S. of Charles, Baron Cornwallis of Eye, Suffolk.
B. July 31, 1663. Matric. 1677. An officer in the Guards.
Succeeded bis brother Frederick as Captain of an indepen-
dent company in Jersey. Commissioner of Lotteries. Died
Dec. 29, 1731. Brotherof William (1676). (D.N.B.; Jacob's
Peerage, n. 210.)

CORNWALLYS, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 15) at Peterhouse,
Dec. 15, 1677. S. of Thomas, and grandson of Sir William.
School, Hertford. Matric. 1677-8; Scholar, 1678; B.A.
1681-2; M.A. 1685. Ord. deacon (Ely) 1682; priest (Norwich)
May, 1686. R. of Erwarton, Suffolk, 1686. Chaplain to the
Earl of Warwick and Holland. R. of Bradley Parva, Suffolk,
1687-1724. R. of Helmley, 1724. Died July 11, 1731. M.I.
at Erwarton. Father of William (1725-6).

CORNEWALLES, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from Gonville
Hall, Michs. 1544. Perhaps s. of Sir John, of Brome, Suffolk.

CORNEWALLIS, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, (age n) from
Trinity, Michs. 1560. One of these names resident student
at Trinity Hall in Aug. 1564.

CORNWALLIS, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from Trinity, 1598;
scholar from Westminster. Probably already admitted at
Corpus Christi in 1597. Entered at Douay July 31, 1599;
'Huyt alias CornwaUys; Suffolciensis; of Trinity College,
Cambridge.' Left, 1600. (Douay Diary.)

CORNWALLIS, WILLIAM. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Corpus Christi,
Apr. 13, 1676. S. of Charles, Lord Cornwallis, Baron of Eye,
Suffolk. B. Mar. 31, 1661. Matric. 1677. Perhaps B. at
Stanhowe, and colleger at Eton, 1671-4. Brother of Thomas
(1676).

CORNWALLIS, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at St Catharine's,
Jan. 8, 1725-6. Of Ipswich. S. of Thomas (1677). R. of
Erwarton, Suffolk. Matric. 1726; B.A. 1729-30; M.A. 1741-
V. of St Margaret's, Ipswich. R. of Gt Wenham, Suffolk,
1732. R. of Chelmondiston, 1738-86. Died Nov. 12, 1786.
Buried at Chelmondiston. M.I.

CORNWALLIS, . Matric. from Trinity, c. 1597.

CORNWALLIS, . Adm. Fell.-Com. at Emmanuel, Easter,

1626.

CORNWELL, see also CORNWALL.

CORNWELL, FRANCIS. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Apr. 20,
1618, as Cornhill. Matric. 1618, as Cornell; B.A. 1621-2;
M.A. 1625.



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Cornwell, Henry

CORNWELL, HENRY. Adm. sizar (age 15) at Christ's, Jan. 24,

1658-9. S. of Henry. B. at Chelsea, Middlesex. School,

Cambridge (private). Ma trie. 1659; B.A. 1662-3; M.A. 1666;

LL.D. 1676. Ord. priest (Peterb.) May 29, 1670. R. of

Clapton, Northants., 1676. R. of Molesworth, near Kim-

bolton, 1694. Died Sept. 29, 1699, aged 58. M.I. at Gt St

Andrew's, Cambridge. (Peile, 1. 583.)
CORNEWELL, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Sidney, July 27,

1669. S. of Henry, cook. B. at Cambridge. School, Perse.

Migrated to Emmanuel, Apr. 29, 1670. Matric. 1670; B.A.

1673-4; M.A. 1677; D.D. 1701. Ord. priest (Peterb.) Sept.

19. 1675.
CORNWELL or CORNELL, RALPH. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel,

June 13, 1635. Of Yorkshire. Matric. 1635; B.A. from

Magdalene, 1638-9. V. of Skipsea, Yorks., c. 1650.
CORNWELL, RICHARD. Adm. pens, at Jesus, Sept. 10, 1708.

Of York. Matric. 1708; Scholar; B.A. 1712-3.
CORNEWELL, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 16) at St John's,

Apr. 1, 1657. S. of Arthur, cook, of Hargrave, Suffolk.

B. there. School, Cambridge. Matric. 1657; B.A. 1660-1;

M.A. 1669. Probably R. of Dalham, Suffolk, 1672. R. of

Wangford, 1673. (V. B. Redstone.)
CORRANCE, JOHN. Adm. Fell. -Com. (age 17) at Pembroke,

Aug. 12, 1729. S. of Clement, of Rougham, Suffolk, Esq.

Matric. 1729. Buried at Rougham, June 1, 1742. Brother

of Robert (1733).
CORRANCE, RICHARD. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Pembroke,

July 3, 1713. S. of John, of Parham, Suffolk, Esq. B. at

Rendlesham. Matric. 1713 ; LL.B. 1719. (Burke, L.G.)
CORRANCE, ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 18) at St John's,

Dec 4, 1733. S. of Clement, gent., of Rougham, Suffolk.

B. at Rougham. School, Bury. Matric. 1733; B.A. 1737-8.

Adm. at the Inner Temple, Nov. 1, 1733. Ord. deacon

(Lincoln) Feb. 26, 1737-8; C. of Alexton, Leics. Brother of

John (1729)-
CORT, EDWARD. Scholar of St John's. Buried at All Saints',

Cambridge, Oct. 1, 1626.
CORTE, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Sidney, Dec. 30, 1656.

S. of James, yeoman. B. at Gt Bowden, Leics. School,

Uppingham. Matric. 1657; B.A. 1660-1. Ord. deacon

(Peterb.) Aug. 17, 1662.
CORVYN, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Jesus, Lent, 1580-1.
CORY, EDMUND. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Caius, May 4, 1636.

S. of Thomas, husbandman, deceased, of Earlham, Norfolk.

B. at Spixworth. School, Norwich. Matric. 1636; B.A.

1639-40. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Dec. 20, 1640; priest

(Peterb.) Sept. 23, 1641. R. of Oulton, Suffolk, 1647.

(Venn, 1. 321.)
CORY, EDWARD. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Michs. 1610;

Scholar, 1614; B.A. 1615-6; M.A. 1622.
CORIE, FRANCIS. Matric. pens, from Pembroke, Michs. 1612.

Doubtless s. and h. of Thomas, of Bramerton, Norfolk, gent. ;

adm. at Gray's Inn, Nov. 5, 1613. Recorder of Norwich,

1663-77. M.P. for Norwich, 1661. Died 1678.
CORY, JAMES. Matric. pens, from Trinity Hall, Michs. 1688;

M.B. 1689. S. of Samuel, of Rattery, Devon, clerk, matric.

from Exeter College, Oxford, May 13, 1684, age 16. Brother

of John (1686-7). (Al.Oxon.)

CORREY, JOHN. Probably scholar of Christ's, 1534. R. of
Tbimbleby, Lines. 'Ord. priest (Carlisle) Oct. 3, 1562: aged
64; married; B.A., Cambridge, 1536; preacher (Carlisle);
well versed in sacred learning.' (Lib. Cler. Line., 1576.)

COREY, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 17) at St John's, Apr. 22, 1651.
S. of Robert, weaver, of Norwich. B. there. School, Norwich.
Matric. 1651; B.A. 1654-5; M.A. 1658. V. of Happisburgh
and Walcott, Norfolk; ejected, 1662. Afterwards kept a
school at Norwich, 36 years. Died 1698. M.I. in the Meeting
House, Colegate St. (Calamy, 11. 205.)

CORY, JOHN. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1667. Of Norwich.
Matric. 1668; B.A. 1671-2; M.A. 1675; B.D. 1683. Fellow,
1675-88. Taxor, 1678. V. of St Andrew's, Cambridge, 1678.
R. of Landbeach, Cambs., 1688-1727. V. of Impington, 1716.
V. of Littlebury, Essex, 1726 (B.D.). Died Sept. 17. 1727,
aged 76. Buried at Landbeach. M.I. Father of John (1710).

CORY, JOHN. Adm. scholar at Trinity Hall, Jan. 7, 1686-7.
Matric. 1687; LL.B. 1688. S. of Samuel, of Rattery, Devon,
clerk, matric. from Exeter College, Oxford, Mar. 23, 1682-3,
age 17. R. of Aveton Gifford, Devon, 1690. Brother of
James (1688). (Al. Oxon.)

CORY, JOHN. Adm. (age 17) at Corpus Christi, 1710. S. of
John (1667), R. of Landbeach, Cambs. Matric 1710; B.A.
1713-4; M.A. from King's, 1717. Conduct of King's, 1716.
Ord. deacon (Ely) Feb. 26, 1715-6; priest, Sept. 22, 1717.
V. of Waterbeach, Cambs., 1719. Died Apr. 1745. Brother
of William (1723). (Ely Dio. Rec., 370.)



Cosin, John

CORY, JOHN. M.A. from Pembroke, 1730. S. of John, of S.
Brent, Devon, clerk. Matric from Exeter College, Oxford,
Mar. 16, 1718-9, age 19; B.A. (Oxford) 1722. V. of Marham
Church, Cornwall. Will (Exeter) 175 1. (Al. Oxon.)

COREY, ROBERT. Scholar of Trinity Hall, 1626; LL.B. 1632.
Ord. deacon (Norwich) Sept. 22, 1633.

CORY, ROBERT. Adm. sizar (age 16) at St John's, Mar. 13,
1654-5. S. of Robert, weaver, of Norwich. B. there. School,
Norwich. Matric. 1655; B.A. 1658-9; M.A. 1662; B.D. 1669;
D.D. 1675. Fellow, 1659. R. of Danbury, Essex, 1665. R.
of Roding Margaret, 1674. Preb. of St Paul's, 1683. Arch-
deacon of Middlesex, 1691. Died Mar. 1704-5. M.I. at
Danbury.

CORY, ROBERT. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Caius, Nov. 2, 1708.
S. of Joseph, weaver, of Norwich. B. there. School, Norwich.
Matric. 1708; Scholar, 1708-13; B.A. 1712-3; M.A. 1716.
Ord. deacon (Norwich), C. of Marsham, Norfolk, Dec. 11,
1715; priest, Jan. 11, 1715-6. Master at Norwich Grammar
School, 1713-37. V. of St Michael Coslany, Norwich, 1715-6.
R. of Hackford and Whitwell, 1721-50. R. of St Edmund,
Norwich, 1737-50. Will proved, 1751. (Venn, i. 519.)

CORREY, THOMAS. Matric pens, from Trinity, Michs. 1564.
'Ord. priest (Lincoln) May 8, 1569; aged 32; married; skilled
in Latin' (Lib. Cler. Line., 1576) ('B.A.'). Perhaps R. of
Moorley, Lines., 1571-9; and R. of Mareham-le-Fen, 1579.

CORY, THOMAS. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1627. Of Norwich.

Perhaps Matric. as 'Covy.' One Thomas Cory, of Norwich,

s. and h. of Thomas, Esq., was adm. at Gray's Inn, Feb. 2,

1629-30. Perhaps Chief Prothonotary of the King's Bench.

B. at Gt Transon, Norfolk. Of Hutton, Essex. Adm. at the

Inner Temple, 1637. Bencher. Died 1656.
CORIE, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Pembroke, 1627. Of Norfolk.

Matric. 1629; B.A. 1630-1; M.A. 1640. R. of Allerton,

Suffolk, 1648.
CORIE, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, June 29, 1661.

Of Norfolk. Perhaps s. and h. of Thomas, of Norwich; adm.

at the Inner Temple, 1669. One of these names, of Norwich,

adm. student at Leyden, Aug. 9, 1662.

CORY, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 19) at Peterhouse, July 1,
1723; afterwards pens. S. of John (1667), B.D., R. of Land-
beach, Cambs. School, Charterhouse. Matric. 1724; Scholar,
1724; B.A. 1726-7. Ord. deacon (Ely) Sept. 24, 1727. R. of
Deopham, Norfolk, 1728-36. Died June 18, 1736. Brother
of John (1710).

COSBY, PHINEAS. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Easter, 1611.
Matric. 1611; B.A. 1615-6; M.A. 1621. V. of Stalisfield,
Kent, 1629-41. V. of Hollingbourne, 1641-52. Died 1652.
One of these names V. of Linton, Kent, till his death, Dec.
1676.

COSIN, EDMUND. Scholar or fellow of King's Hall, c. 1540. Of
Bedfordshire. B. c. 1511. B.A. 1534-5; M.A. 1540-1; B.D.
1547. Fellow of St Catharine's, c. 1540; of Trinity, 1546.
Proctor, 1545-6. Master of St Catharine's, 1554-9. Vice-
Chancellor, 1558. Chaplain to Bishop Bonner. V.ofGrendon,
Northants., 1538-41. R. of St Edmund's, North Lynn,
Norfolk,i553. V. of Trumpington, Cambs., 1553. V. of Caistor,
Holy Trinity, and Oxburgh, Norfolk, 1554. R. of Fakenham,
1555- R. of Thrapland, 1555. Retired from all his prefer-
ments, c. 1560, and lived for some time in Caius College.
Afterwards went abroad. Will (P.C.C.) 1574. (Cooper, 1. 204;
D.N.B.)

COSEN, EZECHIAL. Matric. sizar from Christ's, July, 1612;
B.A. 1615-6; M.A. 1619; M.D. 1626. Candidate for R.C.P.
1627. Practised at Newark-on-Trent. Will (York) 1636.
(Peile, 1. 287; Atunk, 1. 194.)

COSIN, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 15) at Caius, Mar. 25, 1610.
S. of Giles, citizen of Norwich. School, Norwich. Matric.
1610; Scholar, 1610; B.A. 1613-4; M.A. 1617; B.D. 1623; D.D.
1630. Fellow, 1620-4. University preacher, 1622. Secretary
to Overall, Bishop of Lichfield. Chaplain to Neile, Bishop of
Durham. Preb. of Durham and Master of Greatham
Hospital, 1624. R. of Elwick, Durham, 1624. Archdeacon.
East Riding, Yorks., 1625. R. of Brancepeth, Durham, 1626.
Master of Peterhouse, 1635-44 and 1660. Vice-Chancellor,
1639-40. Ejected from the Mastership, Mar. 13, 1643-4. Dur-
ing the Interregnum he lived in Paris, and was chaplain to
Queen Henrietta Maria. Dean of Peterborough, 1640-60.
Bishop of Durham, 1660-72. Died in London, Jan. 15, 1671-2.
Buried at Bishop Auckland. Famous for his learning, for his
administrative powers, and for his princely liberality. Father
of the next. (D.N.B.; Venn, 1. 207; Vis. of Durham, 1666.)

COSIN, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 15) at Peterhouse, Apr. 26,
1649. S. of John (above), ejected Master. School, Peter-
borough. He entered the English College at Rome, Oct. 26,
1652, as Charles Cosins; ord. priest (R.C.) Feb. 24, 1657-8.
He was living in 1671, being in Holy Orders in the Church
of Rome. (T. A. Walker; Vis. of Durham, 1666.)



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Cosin, John

COSYN, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 15) at Sidney, May 27, 1650.
S. of John, alderman, of Newcastle. B. there. Bapt. at
All Saints', Feb. 2, 1633-4. Schools, Aberdeen and Leeds.
Matric. 1650. Buried at All Saints*, May 30, 1658. (H. M.
Wood.)

COSIN, RICHARD. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Miens. 1561.
S. of John, of Newhall, Durham. School, Skipton. Scholar,
1563; B.A. 1565-6; M.A. 1569; LL.D. 1580. Fellow, 1566.
Adm. advocate, Oct. 14, 1585. Chancellor of Worcester, 1583.
Dean of the Arches and Vicar-general of Canterbury, 1583.
M.P. for Hindon, Wilts., 1586, 1589. Author, on Ecclesiastical
I.aw. Died in Doctors' Commons, Nov. 30, 1597. Buried at
Lambeth. Will, P.C.C. (Cooper, n. 230; D.N.B.)

COSIN, RICHARD. Adm. pens, at Caius, Sept. 20, 1568. S. of
Thomas, of Bedfordshire. Age 18. At Trinity three years.
(See Venn, 1. 63, where he is wrongly identified with the last.)

COSEN, SAMUEL. Adm. Fell. -Com. at Emmanuel, July 3, 1602.

Matric 1602.
COSYN, THOMAS. M.A. 1460-1; B.D. 1469; D.D. 1501. Fellow

of Corpus Christi, 1462. Of Norwich diocese. Proctor,

1469-70. R. of Denton, Norfolk, 1468. R. of Kelling, 1483.

Master of Corpus Christi, 1487-1515. R. of Landbeach,

Cambs., 1489-1516. Chancellor of the University, 1490.

Lady Margaret Professor, 1504-6. Died July 9, 1515.

Benefactor to Corpus Christi. (Cooper, 1. 17; Gr. Bk., A,

187.)
COSEN, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at Christ's, 1623. S. of Robert.

B. at Gt Staughton, Hunts. Matric. 1623; B.A. 1626-7;

M.A. 1630. Licensed to cure of Wyddial, Herts., 1631, and

remained there till his death in 1664. Will, P.C.C, as Cosins.

(Peile, 1. 351.)

COZEN, THOMAS. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1738. Of Hunting-
donshire. Matric. 1739; B.A. 1742-3. Ord. deacon (Lincoln)
May 29, 1743; priest, Mar. 10, 1744-5.

COSYN, WILLIAM. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 1487.
Preb. of Lincoln, 1488. R. of St Clements Danes, 1493-5-
Archdeacon of Bedford, 1494; of Bath, 1497. Dean of Wells,
1499. Died 1524-5. Buried in Wells Cathedral. WiU (P.C.C.)
1531. (Cooper, 1. 32.)

COSYN, WILLIAM. Matric. sizar from Pembroke, Easter, 1554.

COSYN, WILLIAM. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Michs. 1581;
Scholar, 1584; B.A. 1585-6; M.A. 1589.

COSEN, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from Christ's, 1595-6.

COSEN, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from Christ's, Dec. 1621;
B.A. 1624-5; M.A. 1628. One of these names (Cousyn) V. of
Shinfield, Berks., 1633. (Peile, 1. 341.)

COSYN, . B.Can.L. 1534-5.

COSYNGE, . Matric. sizar from St John's, Easter, 1544.

COSOWORTH or COSWORTH, MICHAEL Matric. pens, from
St John's, Michs. 1576. S. of John, mercer, of London; of
Cornish extraction. B.A. 1579-80. R. of Redruth, Corn-
wall, 1587; of Duloe, 1587; and R. of Sampford Courtenay,
Devon, 1589. Translated the Psalms into English verse.
He and his family finally returned to Cornwall. Will
(Exeter) 1610. (Cooper, 11. 430; D.N.B.; Vivian, Cornish
Pedigrees.)

COSOWORTH, . Adm. Fell. -Com. at Corpus Christi, 1585.

COSSAM or COSHAM, ADAM. Matric. sizar from Clare, Michs.
1621; B.A. 1625-6.

COSSARIDA, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Christ's, July, 1656,
as Cossarides; B.A. 1656-7; M.A. 1661.

COST, RICHARD. Scholar at King's Hall, 1434-9.

COSTENTYNE, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from Christ's, 1595-6;
B.A. 1598-9; M.A. 1603. R. of Taxall, Cheshire, 1606-31.
Buried June 10, 1631. Will (P.C.C.) 1632. (Peile, 1. 217;
Karwaker's E. Cheshire, 11. 545.)

COSTER, ARTHUR. Adm. pens, (age 19) at St John's, Aug. 29,
1699. S. of Arthur, deceased. B. in London. School,
Winchester. Matric. 1699; B.A. 1703-4; M.A. 1710. Ord,
deacon (Lincoln) Sept. 19, 1703; priest (Ely) June 11, 1704.
V. of Ashburnham, Sussex, 1705. R. of Catsfield, 1721.
Buried at Ashburnham, May 1, 1750.

COSTER, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Sidney, Jan 22,1637-8.
S. of Thomas, yeoman. B. at Newnham, Oxon. Schools,
Balden-Brightwell and Henley-on-Thames. Matric. 1637-8.

COSTESSEY or COSSEY, HENRY. B.D. Ord. priest (Norwich)
Apr. 15, 144 1. From 1442 to 1472 he seems to have been a
member of Kino's Hall. R. of Banham, Norfolk, 1452; of
Mix ton, 1472; of Wilby, 1476- Master of Rushworth College
(Gonville's foundation) 1472. Master of Gonville Hall,
1475-83. Died July ¬Ľo, 1483. Benefactor to the College
buildings. (Venn, 1. 12.)



COTTENHAM, JOHN

COSTESSEY, WILLIAM. LL.B. Of York diocese. Ord. deacon
(Ely) Feb. 36, 1389-90; priest, Mar. 19, 1389-90: title
St John's Hospital.

COSTIN, COSTON or COSTYN, FRANCIS. Matric. sizar from
Christ's, Easter, 1677. Perhaps of Ipswich. B.A. 1679-80.
Ord. deacon (Norwich) 1679-80; priest (London) May, 1681.
V. of Haddenham, Bucks., 1689. Buried Nov. 2, 1731
aged 77. M.I. at Haddenham. Will (Archd. Bucks.). (Peile,
11. 66.)

COSTYN or CONSTANTYN, JOHN. Scholar at King's Hall,
1428-36; LL.B.

COSTIN, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Sidney, July 3, 1721. S of
Thomas, of Wilshamstead, Beds. School, Houghton Con-
quest. Matric. 1721. Migrated to Trinity, Nov. 15, 1722
age 22. B.A. 1724-5.

COSTOBADY, JAMES. Adm. pens, at Jesus, July 9, 1742. Of
York. S. of Jean Jacques, a French immigrant. Matric.
1743; Scholar; LL.B. 1748. R. of Wensley, Yorks., 1749-
1802. Married Anne, dau. of J. A. Milnes, LL.D., of Newark.
Died Nov. r$, 1802, aged 78. Buried at Wensley. (A. Gray;
H. McCall, Churches of Richtnondshire.)

COTCHET, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Queens', Mar. 24, 1657-8;
migrated to Christ's (age 18) Apr. 9, 1658. S. of Robert,
B. at Mickleover, Derbs. School, Repton. Matric. 1658.
Adm. at Gray's Inn, Dec. 5, 1661.

COTES, see CpATES.

COTESWORTH or COATSWORTH, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 17)
at St John's, Jan. 7, 1668-9. S. of William, deceased, of
South Shields, Durham. B. there. School, Brignall.

COTSWORTH, ROBERT. Matric. sizar from Queens', Easter,
1565.

COTESWORTH, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 19) at Peter-
house, June 28, 1712. Of Durham. School, Sedbergh, Yorks.
Matric. 1712; B.A. 1715-6; Scholar, 1716. Ord. deacon
(London) Mar. 9, 1717-8. (According to Al. Oxon., he was
s. of William, of Fenchurch St, London, Esq., M.P. Adm.
at Wadham College, Oxford, Dec. 9, 17x2, age 17.)

COTESWORTH, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity,
May 9, 1717. S. of William, of Gateshead, Durham. School,
Sedbergh, Yorks. Matric. 1718-9. Adm. at the Middle
Temple, July 15, 1717.

COTGRAVE, RANDLE. Matric. pens, from St John's, Michs.
1586; Scholar, 1587. Perhaps s. of William, of Christleton,
Cheshire. Secretary to William Cecil, Earl of Exeter. Adm.
at the Inner Temple, 1 591, as of Chester. Author of a French-
English Dictionary. Probably registrar to the Bishop of
Chester. Died 1634. (D.N.B.)

COTMAN, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Caius, June 29, 1695.
Only s. of Joseph, druggist, of Yarmouth. B. there. School,
Yarmouth. Matric. 1695; Scholar, 1695-7. Died 1717. M.I.
in St Nicholas, Yarmouth. (Venn, 1. 497.)

COTTMAN, JOSEPH. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Caius, June 13,
1721. S. of Thomas (? John), mercer, of Yarmouth. B. there.
School, Yarmouth. Scholar, 1721-6; Matric. 1723; LL.B.
1726. Resided in Yarmouth. Mayor, 1745, 1757, 1759. Died
Aug. 29, 1762. (Venn, 11. 16; G. Mag.)

COTMAN, RICHARD or ROBERT. Fellow of Gonville Hall,
1423-6. One of the King's chantry priests at Chichester,
1439. Died c. 1443. (Pal. Rolls.)

COTNEY, . B.A. 1524-5. One Roland Cotney R. of

Framlingham, Suffolk, c. 1544.

COTT, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 17) as 'Cobb ' at St John's, July 4,
1746. S. of John. B. at Lynn. School, Lynn. Matric. 1746.
Migrated to Corpus Christi, 1750. B.A. 1750-1; M.A. 1754;
B.D. 1762. Fellow of Corpus Christi, 1752-62. Moderator,
1760. Taxor, 1760. Fellow of Peterhouse, 1765. Ord. deacon
(Ely) Sept. 24, 175a: priest (Lincoln) Sept. 23, 1753. R. of
Gt Braxted, Essex, 1762-81. V. of Coggeshall. R. of Retten-
don. Died Oct. 13, 1781, aged 53. (Masters-Lamb.)

COTTA or COTTEY, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Michs.

1588; B.A. 1592-3; M.A. from Corpus Christi, 1596; M.D.

1604. A native of Warwickshire. Practised as physician at

Northampton, probably till 1650. Author, medical. (D.N.B.;

Masters.)
COTTELL, JOHN. Matric. pens, from St John's, Michs. 1612;

B.A. from Clare, 1616-7. Perhaps s. of William, of Larkbear,

Devon. R. of Forrabury, Cornwall, 1630-70. Buried at

Trevalga. Will, Exeter.
COTTLE, MARK. Adm. scholar at Trinity Hall, Jan. 6,

1711-2. Matric. 1710-1; LL.B. 1715-
COTTEN, JAMES. Matric. pens, from St John's, Easter, 1609.
COTTENHAM, JOHN. B.Can.L. 1501-2. A monk.



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COTTERELL, CHARLES

COTTERELL, CHARLES. Matric FelL-Com. from Queens',
Michs. 1629. Of Wylsford, Lines. S. of Sir Clement, Knt.
B. 1615. Master of the Ceremonies, 1641. Knighted, 1645.
M.P. for Cardigan, 1663-78. Master of Requests, 1670.
Ambassador to Brussels. D.C.L. (Oxford) 1670. Died 1701.
Will (P.C.C.) June 21, 1701. Father of the next. (D.N.B.;
Burke, L.G.; F. C. Cass, Monken Hadley.)

COTTRELL, CHARLES LUD0V1C S. of Sir Charles, above.
B. 1654. Matric. from Merton College, Oxford, July 14, 1671.
Master of the Ceremonies, 1686. Knighted, 1687, 'as Sir
Charles Ludowick Cottrell, of Trinity College, Cambridge,
LL.D., incorp. at Oxford, June 3, 1708.' Died July 9, 1710.
Not found in our records. Father of the next, Stephen (1716)
and William (1716). (Al. Oxon.; D.N.B.)

COTTERELL, CLEMENT. Adm. scholar at Trinity Hall, Jan.
6, 1706-7. S. of Sir Charles (above). School, Eton, colleger.
1697-1704. Matric. 1705-6; LL.B. 1710. Fellow, June it,
1709-16. D.C.L. (Oxford) 1733; LL.D. incorp. from Oxford,
1749. Knighted, 1710. Master of the Ceremonies, 1710-
58. F.S.A. 1725. Assumed the additional name of Dormer,
1741. Died Oct. 11, 1758, aged 73. Brother of Stephen and
William. (Burke, L.G.; D.N.B.; A. B. Beaven; Al. Oxon.)

COTTERELL, ROBERT. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton,
1483; B.A. 1486-7; M.A. 1490.

COTTRELL, STEPHEN. Adm. scholar at Trinity Hall, Jan. 4,
1716-7. S. of Sir Charles, Knt. LL.B. 1722; LL.D. 1727.
Fellow, 1720-32. Adm. advocate, 1727- DiediMay 15, 1738.
Father of Sir Stephen, Master of the Ceremonies. (Burke,



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