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XXV11

ABBREVIATIONS

The following list of abbreviations employed in this work may be useful :

Adm. Admitted at a College.

Admon. Administration of Effects at a Probate Court.

B.Civ.L. Bachelor of Civil Law; now expressed as LL.B.

B.Can.L. Bachelor of Canon Law; abrogated 1535.

Cautio. A deposit made in early times to insure the due performance of exercises for degrees.

Com. C. Lond. Commissary Court of Bishop of London.

Com. Reg. Comitia Regia. Certain gatherings of the Senate of the University at which
royal personages were present and degrees specially conferred.

Cons. C. Lond. Consistory Court of Bishop of London.

D. and C. Westm. Court of the Dean and Chapter of Westminster.

Fell .-Com. Fellow-commoner; the first of the three ranks in which students were matricu-
lated.

Fil. nob. Filius nobilis. By ancient custom and statute the sons of noblemen (including
bishops) had the privilege of proceeding to M.A. at once instead of first taking B.A.

F.R.C.P. Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians.

Gr. Grace, or act of the University, mostly for degrees.

Gr. Bk. Grace Book, containing the above proceeding of the University. Five volumes have
been published, 1454-1588. See p. vii.

Incorp. Incorporation in another University. It conferred the privileges of their degree.

Impubes. A student under 14, and consequently not required to take the usual oath at
matriculation.

Lie. Med. License to practice medicine.

Lit. Reg. Litterae Regiae. Royal mandates directing the conferring of a degree.

Litt. Dim. Letters dimissory from one bishop to another to grant ordinations.

M. Gram. Master of Grammar. An ancient degree long obsolete, conferred on school-
masters.

M.I. Monumental inscription.

Matric. Matriculation : the formal admission of a student into the University as distinguished
from his admission into a College. It occurred in each of the three terms, Lent, Easter,
Michaelmas.

Ordo. Ordo senioritatis. See p. vii.

P.C.C. Prerogative Court of Canterbury.

Pens. Pensioner; the second of the three ranks in which students were matriculated.

Sizar. The third of these ranks. In old times sizars performed many menial services.

Sup. Supplicat. See p. vii.

V.C.C. Vice-Chancellor's Court, Cambridge. See p. xiv.



ALUMNI CANTABRIGIENSES

FROM THE EARLIEST TIMES TO 1 75 I



Abbas, John

ABBAS, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Michs. 1570; B.A.
from Pembroke, 1573-4; as Abbis. V. of Southill, Beds., 1580.

ABBES, CHRISTOPHER. Matric. sizar from Corpus Christi,
Michs. 1573; B.A. 1576-7; M.A. 1580, as Abbys; B.D. 1588.
Fellow, 1579-89. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) July 30, 1580. R.
of Shotley, Suffolk, in 1603.

ABISSE, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Queens', 1632-3. Of Beds.
2nd s. of William, of Stotfold, Beds., Esq., deceased. Adm.
at Lincoln's Inn, June 8, 1637. (Vis. 0/ Beds., 1634.)

ABBISSE, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Christ's, May 13,
1657. S. of William of Stotfold, Beds. B. there. School,
Bp Stortford. Matric. 1657. Migrated to St John's, Nov. 2,
1657; B.A. 1660-1; M.A. 1664. R. of Caldecot, Herts., 1663.
R. of Lower Gravenhurst, Beds., 1666. Buried Apr. 14, 1698.
(PeiU, 1. 578.)

ABBOTT, ARTHUR. Matric. pens, from Queens', Easter, 1656.
Of London. Exhibitioner from St Paul's School; B.A. 1659-
60; M.A. 1663.

ABBOTT, EDWARD. Adm. at King's a scholar from Eton,
Aug. 28, 1624 (age 17). B. in London. Matric. 1624; B.A.
1628-9; M.A. 1632 (on King's visit). Fellow, 1627-9. Secre-
tary to Lord Bruce. Died in the East Indies. (Harwood.)

ABBOTT, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, July 2, 1670.
Matric. 1670; B.A. 1671 (Lit. Reg.). Perhaps R. of Galby,
Leics., 1674, and V of Billesdon, 1689.

ABBOT, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 1694. Of
London. Matric. 1695; B.A. 1698-9; M.A. 1702. Ord. deacon
(London) June, 1699. Master of Repton School, 1705-13.
Died Mar. 1713-4.

ABBOTT, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, June 3, 1718.
B. in Middlesex. School, Eton. Matric. 1720; B.A. 1721-2;
M.A. 1725. Master of Magdalene, 1740-6. Probably ord.
deacon (London) Mar. 1, 1723-4. R. of Radwinter, Essex,
1724-46. R. of Faulkburn, 1729-46. Found dead in his
bed Aug. 11, 1746.

ABBOTT, FRANCIS. Matric. pens, from Jesus, Easter, 1603.

ABBOT, FRANCIS. Matric. pens, from Pembroke, Easter,
1620; B.A. 1622-3; M.A. 1627. V. of Poslingford, Suffolk,
1627.

ABBOTT, GEORGE. Matric. pens, from Christ's, Michs. 1549.
One of these names adm. at Lincoln's Inn, June 25, 1561.

ABBOTTS or ABBOT, GEORGE. Matric. Fell.-Com.fromKiNG's,
Michs. 1622. The theological writer described in the D.N.B.
Son, or gr. son, of Sir Thomas, of Easington, Yorks. Born
in 1603-4. Married a daughter of Col. Purefoy of Caldecote,
Warws. M.P. for Tamworth, 1640, 1645. Author: Book of
Job paraphrased, 1640; V indicia Sabbathi, 1641, etc. Died
Feb. 2, 1647-8. He was a layman. See next entry. (D.N.B.)

ABBOTTS, GEORGE. M.A. 1627 (Incorp. from Oxford). Matric.
(Oxford) Oct. 15, 1619, age 17. B. in Middlesex. B.A.
1621-2; M.A. 1625; B.C.L. 1630. Fellow of Merton Col-
lege, 1622. S. of Sir Maurice and nephew of the Archbishop.
M.P. for Guildford, 1640, and in the Long Parliament. Died
1645. (D.N.B., under Sir Maurice; Al. Oxon. seems to
identify him with the last.)

ABBOTT, GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age 15) at Caius, Mar. 21,
1686-7. S. of George, gent., of Duxford, Cambs. B. at
Steppingley, Beds. School, Newport. Matric. 1687. Adm.
at the Inner Temple, May 16, 1688. Brother of Maurice
(1686-7). (Venn, 1. 482.)

ABBOTT, GEORGE. Adm. sizar (age 17) at St John's, Nov. 4,
1710. S. of George, husbandman. B. at Cockneld, Suffolk.
School, Lavenham, Suffolk. B.A. 1714-5. Ord. deacon
(London) Sept. 25, 1715.

ABBOTT, HENRY. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Michs. 1569.

ABBOTT, HENRY. M.A. from Caius, 1717. S. of John, clerk,
of Gloucester. Matric. from Trinity College, Oxford, 1697,
age 16. B.A. (Oxford) 1701. Chaplain to Lord Bathurst.
Ord. deacon (Gloucester) Sept. 18, 1703. V. of Longney,
Gloucs., 1713. Minister of Barnwood, Gloucs. Usher of Glou-
cester Collegiate School ; Master of Sir Thomas Rich Hospital,
Gloucester. Died at Bredon, Worcs.; buried there, Nov. 11,
1728. Another of these names matriculated at Oxford some
years earlier, who seems to have been V. of Haresneld,
Gloucs. (Al. Oxon ; Venn, 11. 7.)

V. A. C.



Abbot, Thomas

ABBOT, JEROME. Matric. sizar from St John's, Michs. 1568.

ABBOT, JOHN. Scholar at King's Hall, 1457-65. B.Can.L.
1462-3. R. of Coveney, Cambs., 1462-5.

ABBOTT, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Sidney, Nov. 1602. Matric.
1602; B.A. 1606-7; M.A. 1610; B.D. 1617. Incorp. at
Oxford, 161 2. Joined the Roman Church, and was adm. to the
Convent of St John the Baptist at Antwerp. Author of a
scarce poetical work, Jesus prefigured, 1623. (D.N.B.)

ABBOTT, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Trinity, July 7, 1652. Of
Hunts. B.A. 1656.

ABBOT, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Peterhouse, May 25,
1671. Of Yorks. School, Coxwold. Matric. 1671; B.A. 1674-5.
V. of Brafferton, Yorks., 1676-86.

ABBOTT, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Magdalene, Feb. 3,
1703-4. S. of Thomas, lawyer. B. at Boston, Lines. School,
Boston. Matric. 1705; B.A. 1707-8; M.A. 1711. Fellow, 1709.
Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Sept. 22, 1711; priest, June 15, 1712.
R. of Belleau and Claythorpe, Lines.; V. of Aby, 1715. R. of
Theddlethorpe St Helen, 1717.

ABBOTT, JOHN. M.A. from Caius, 1717. B.A. of New Inn
Hall, Oxford. S. of John, clerk, of Gloucs. Matric. from
Trinity College, Oxford, 1707; B.A. (Oxford) 1712. Ord.
deacon (London) June 15, 1712; priest, Dec. 23, 1716. R. of
Hockham, Norfolk, 1717-24 (resigned). (Venn, 11. 8.)

ABBOTT, MAURICE. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Caius, Mar. 21,
1686-7. S. of George, gent., of Duxford, Cambs. B. there.
School, Newport. Matric. 1687. Adm. at the Inner Temple,
Nov. 9, 1687. Barrister, 1693. Brother of George (1686-7).
(Venn, 1. 482.)

ABBOTT, NICHOLAS. Adm. pens, at Clare, June 29, 1692.
Of Chilvers Coton, Warws. Matric. 1694-5; B.A. 1695-6.
Ord. deacon (Lincoln) June 7, 1696; priest, May 30, 1697.
R. of Barby, Northants., 1700. Died 1 701. Buried at Galby,
Leics., Sept. 1, 1701. (Baker, 1. 264.)

ABBOT, PETER. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Feb. 20, 1636-7.
Of Kent. Matric. 1637; B.A. 1640-1.

ABBOTT, RALPH. Matric. sizar from Peterhouse, Easter,
1614; B.A. 1617-8. B. at Hatfield, Herts. Ord. priest
(?Lincoln) Sept. 24, 1624. C. of Bushey, Herts. V. of
Bethersden, Kent, 1631-42. R. of Shadoxhurst, Kent, till
1676. Probably s. of Robert (1573).

ABBOTT, RICHARD. M.A. 1650 (Incorp. from Oxford).
S. of Richard, of Guildford, Surrey. Matric. from Merton
College, Oxford, Oct. 10, 1634 (age 15); B.A. 1637; M.A.
from St Alban Hall, 1640. Fellow of Corpus Christi, Oxford,
1648. (Al. Oxon.; Surr. Arch. Coll. m. 265.)

ABBOT, ROBERT. Matric. pens, from Christ's, June, 1573;
B.A. 1576-7. Probably ord. priest (Lincoln) June 15, 1582.
R. of Hatfield, Herts., 1584-1613. Died 1613.

ABBOT, ROBERT. Matric. sizar from Peterhouse, Easter,
1602; B.A. 1605-6; M.A. 1609. Probably incorp. at Oxford,
161 :>.

ABBOT, ROBERT. Matric. sizar from Jesus, Easter, 1603;
B.A. 1606-7; M.A. 1610.

One of the above two was ord. deacon (Lincoln) June 11;
priest Sept. 24, 1609: curate of Bishop's Hatfield, Herts.,
1612. The other was the Puritan writer described in the
D.N.B. For a time curate of Wool, Dorset. V of Cranbrook,
Kent, 1616-43; sequestered. V. of Southwick, Hants.
Minister of St Augustine's, Watling St Author: Milk for
Babes, 1646; Evangelical Peace, 1657, etc. Died before 1662.

ABBOT, ROBERT. Adm. sizar at Jesus, Feb. 25, 1629-30, from

St John's (9 months' residence there). Of Hunts. Matric.

1629-30; B.A. 1632-3; M.A. 1636. V. of Stanstead Mount-

fitchet, Essex, 1647. Ejected 1662. (Davids' Essex, 473.)
ABBOT, ROBERT. M.A. from Emmanuel, 1639 (Incorp. from

Oxford). S. of Robert, V. of Cranbrook, Kent. Matric.

(Oxford) Oct. 10, 1634, age 17; B.A. 1637. (Al. Oxon.)
ABBOTT, ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 17) at St John's, July 7,

171 1. S. of Maurice, gent. B. at Easton, Hants. School,

Heydon, Essex.
ABBOTT, SAMUEL. Matric. pens, from Jesi;s, Easter, 1611;

B.A. 1614-5; M.A. from St Catharine's, 1618.

ABBOT, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from St John's, Michs. 1573.



Abbott, Thomas

ABBOTT, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 16) at Caius, Mar. 5,
1 61 6-7. School, Ely. S. of George, pleader. Of Kirtling,
Cambs. Matric. 1617; scholar, 1617-24; B.A. 1620-1. Ord.
priest (Peterb.) Sept. 22, 1623. C. of E. Harling, Norfolk,
1629. For a time R. of Hepworth, Suffolk. (Venn, 1. 235.)

ABBOTT, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Clare, Oct. 6, 1675. Of
Woodford, Northants. Matric. 1675; B.A. 1679-80; M.A.
1683. Ord. priest (Peterb.) June 3, 1683. Perhaps the V. of
St Giles', Northampton, 1697-1700, and R. of Kislingbury,
1700-8. Died Mar. 16, 1708-9: buried there. One of these
names adm. at Lincoln's Inn, 1669; 3rd s. of John, of
Woodford. {Baker, 1. 213.)

ABBOT, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Sidney, July 6, 1676.
1st s. of Edward, R. of Galby, Leics. B. at Nuneaton.
School, Uppingham. Matric. 1676; B.A. 1679-80; M.A.
1683. Incorp. at Oxford, 1683. R. of Shangton, Leics.,
1684-8. Died Jan. 26, 1688. v. Al. Oxon.; but there is some
doubt between this and the last. (Nichols, 11. 794.)

ABBOT, WILLIAM Adm. pens, (age 16) at St John's, June 25,
1750. S. of William, master mariner, of Kent. B. at Rams-
gate. School, Canterbury. Matric. 1750; B.A. 1754 (Sen.
Wrangler); Fellow, 1755-67; M.A. 1757; B.D. 1764. Taxor,
1759. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) June 13, 1756; priest (Ely)
Dec. 26, 1757. Preb. of York, 1767. Died at Ramsgate,
Jan. 15, 1826. Buried at St Lawrence. M.I.

ABBOT . B.A. 1478-9; M.A. 1481.

ABBOT, . Magister Glomeriae 1490. (King's College Re-
ceptors' Book.)

ABBOT, . B.A. 1494.

ABBOT, . B.Can.L. 1504.

ABDY, ANTHONY. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Trinity, May 26,
1672. Doubtless s. of Sir Thomas, of Felix Hall, Essex,
Bart. Succeeded as 2nd Bart. 1686. Died Apr. 2, 1704, aged
49. M.I. at Kelvedon. (Essex Pedigrees; Morant, 1. 177.)

ABDY, ANTHONY THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 17) atST John's,
June 9, 1738. S. of Sir William, Bart., of Middlesex. B. in
London. School, Felstead, Essex. Matric. 1738. Adm. at
Lincoln's Inn, June 1, 1738; Barrister, 1744; K.C. Bencher,
1758. M.P. for Knaresborough, 1763-75. Succeeded as 5th
Bart., 1750. Died April 7, 1775. (Scott-Mayor, m. 494.)

ABDY, CHRISTOPHER. Matric. Fell.-Com. from Pembroke,
Michs.1614. S. of Edmund, of Lincoln's Inn, barrister. School,
Merchant Taylors'. Adm. at Gray's Inn, 1614. OfStreatham,
Surrey. Knighted Oct. 16, 1629. Married Mary, dau. of
Sir John Crofts, of Saxham, Suffolk. (Robinson, 1. 75;
Essex Pedigrees.)

ABDY, EDWARD. From St John's College, Oxford, where he
had matric. June 27, 1678. Adm. (age 17) at Magdalene,
June 6, 1679. S. of Sir Robert, Bart. B. at Albynes, Staple-
ford Abbotts, Essex. School, Brentwood. Matric. 1681;
B.A. 1681-2; M.A. 1685. Fellow, 1684. R. of Salcott Virley,
Essex, 1689-1690. R. of Theydon Garnon, 1684-1701.
Died 1701. (Essex Pedigrees.)

ABDY, GEORGE. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Queens', Michs. 1649.
S. of Sir Christopher, Knight, of Surrey. Bapt. at Streatham,
Surrey, July 25, 1633. Migrated to Oxford; matric. there,
July 27, 1652; B.A. 1652. (Al. Oxon.; Vis. of Surrey.)

ABDY, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Easter, 1634; B.A.
1637-8; M.A. 1641. Fellow, 1640. 3rd s. of Anthony of Lon-
don, Esq. Of Moores, Salcott Virley, Essex. Created Baronet
1660. Died, unmarried, 1662.

ABDY, JOHN. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Trinity, June 1, 1660
S. and h. of Sir Robert, Bart, and Knt., of Albynes, Essex!
Adm. at the Middle Temple, June 27, 1665. Succeeded as
2nd Bart. 1670. Died 1691. Buried at Stapleford Abbots.
(G.E.C.)

ABDY, STOTHERD Adm. pens, (age 17) at St John's, June 15,
1745- S. of Sir William, Bart., of London. School, Felstead
E 5 ?". M atric. I745; B * } 7 ,}*^J MA - 1752 - On 1 - deac °n
(Ely) Dec. 22, 1750; priest (London) Dec. 24, 1752. R. of



(G.Mag.). D"ied Apr.'s, 1773- (Scott-Ma'yor*m™s£°EsTex
Pedigrees.)

ABDY, THOMAS. Matric. Fell.-Com. from Trinity, Easter 1620
S. and h. of Anthony, of London, Esq. Adm. at Lincoln's
Inn, JarK 19, 1631-2. Of Felix Hall, Essex. Created Baronet,
1641. Died Jan. 14, 1686, aged 74. (Vit. of Surrey; Essex
Pedigrees, G.E.C.) '

ABDY, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Jan. 24, 1674-s
Matric. 1675- Probably 2nd s. of Sir Thomas of Felix Hall
Essex. Died, 1697. (Morant, 1. 177.) nau *

ABE, ANTHONY. Matric. sizar from Michael House Michs
I545-



Abney, Edward

ABEALE, ABRAHAM. Adm. pens, (age 15) at Caius, Apr. 6,
1632. S. of John, merchant, of Flanders. B. in London.
Schools, Norwich and Mercers'. Matric. 1632; Scholar,
1633-7; B.A. 1635-6; M.A. 1640. (Venn, 1. 304; Vis. of
London, 1633.)

ABELL, HUMFREY. Adm. pens, (age 17) at St John's,
Oct. 22, 1668. S. of William, gent., of Baddington, Cheshire.

B. there. School, Coventry. Matric. 1669.

ABELL, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Queens', Easter, 1611. Of
Northants. B.A. 1613-4; M.A. 1618. Ord. deacon (Peterb.)
Dec. 17, 1615; priest, Sept. 19, 1624.

ABELL, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 15) at Sidney, Oct. 9, 1671.
S. of William. B. at Tiverton, Devon. School, Tiverton.
Matric. 1672; B.A. 1675-6; M.A. 1679; Feilow 1680; B.D.
1686. Ord. deacon (Norwich) May 26, 1678; priest (Lincoln)
May 29, 1681 R. of Stilton, Hunts., 1687-1721. R. of Offord
Cluny, 1692-1706. R. of Folkswortb, 1706-21. Died 1721.

ABELL, JOHN. Mus.Bac. 1684.

ABELL, RICHARD. Matric. pens, from Magdalene, Easter,
1629; as 'Robert'; B.A. 1632; M.A. 1636.

ABEL, RICHARD Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, July 2, 1705.
S. of William, of E. Claydon, Bucks. B. in Northants. After-
wards Fell.-Com. Matric. 1705. Of E. Claydon, Esq. M.P.
for Richmond, Yorks., 1 720-2 ; for Aylesbury, Bucks., 172 2-7.
(Lipscomb, 1. 164.)

ABELL, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Caius, June 27,
1577. Of Erith, Kent. S. of John, yeoman. School, Merchant
Taylors'. (Venn, 1. 92.)

ABELL, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from Christ's, Dec. 1579.
One of these names, of Essex, adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 21,
1584. Possibly of West Bergholt, Essex. (Peile, 1. 156.)

ABELL, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, July 7, 1591.

ABELL, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from Magdalene, Easter,
1629. One of these names, s. and h. of William, of London,
adm. at the Middle Temple, Oct. 25, 1630.

ABELL, WILLIAM. Matric. sizar (age 16) from Pembroke,
Easter, 1650. S. of William, blacksmith, of Atherstone,
Warws. B.A. 1653; M.A. 1657. Fellow, 1654. Incorp. at
Oxford, 1657. Signs for priest (London) Mar. 1,1666-7. R.of
Rawreth, Essex, 1667. Died 1670. (A I. Oxon.)

ABELL, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 16) at St John's, June 11,
1705. S. of John, clerk. B. at Peterborough. School, Peter-
borough. Matric. 1705; B.A. 1708-9. Ord. deacon (Peterb.)
June 3, 1710; priest, June n, 1713.

ABERNETHY, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Christ's, July 1,
1725. S. of John. School, Westminster. Matric. 1726;
Scholar, 1727; LL.B. 1730.

ABERYE, JAMES. Matric. pens, from Peterhouse, Michs. 1567.

ABYNGTON, HENRY. Mus.Bac. 1463-4.

ABINGTON, JOHN. B. at Honily, Warws. Ord. deacon
(London) Mar. 8, 1592-3, aged 24, 'of St John's College.'

C. of Chalfont St Giles, Bucks.

ABION, . B.Can.L. 1478.

ABITHELL, NICHOLAS. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Michs.
1550. B. at Calais. B.A. 1552-3 as Abyphaell; M.A. 1556.
Fellow, 1555. Joined Dr Allen, at Douai College, about 1576;
where he became D.D., professor, and Canon. Sent to
England, 1577. Died c. 1586. (Cooper, 11. 8; Douay Diary.)

ABLESTON, ROWLAND. Matric. sizar from Queens', Michs.
1576. Of Yorks. B.A. 1579-80 as Ableson. Perhaps the
Rob. Ableson, B.A., licensed to teach grammar at Notting-
ham, Feb. 1583-4.

ABLINSON, GEOFFREY. Adm. pens, (age 15) at Caius, Apr. 22,
1625; matric. 1623. S. of Robert, cook, of Cambridge.
Resided in Cambridge. Will proved (V.C.C.), 1642. (Venn,i.
261.)

ABNETT, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Queens', Aug. 27, 1713.
Matric. 1713. Of Staffs. Incorp. B.A. 1714 from Trinity
College, Dublin. Of Audley, Staffs. (Staffs. Pedigrees.)

ABNEY, EDWARD. Matric. pens, from Jesus, Easter, 1553.

ABNEY, EDWARD. Matric. from St John's, Michs. 1584; B.A.

1588-9; M.A. 1592. Fellow, 1592. Of Leics. Perhaps 3rd

s. of George, of Willesley, Derbs. Buried Sept. 9, 1645.

(Nichols, in. 1032.)
ABNEY, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 15) at Christ's, June 13,

1649. S. of James, of Willesley. B. at Newton, Leics.

Schools, Ashbv and 'Mesam.' Matric. 1649; B.A. 1652-3;

M.A. 1656; LL.D. 1661 (Lit. Reg.). Fellow, 1655-61.

Knighted, 1673. M.P. for Leicester Borough, 1690-8. Died

Jan. 3, 1727-8. (Vis. of Derbs. 1662; where he appears

under 'Akney.')






Abney, George

ABNEY, GEORGE Matric. pens, from St John's, Michs. 1584.
One of these names adm. at the Inner Temple, Apr. 25,
1591 ; s. of James, of Willesley, Derbs.

ABNEY, GEORGE. Matric. pens, from St Catharine's, Easter,
1631. Perhaps 3rd s. of George, of Willesley, Derbs., Esq.
Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Jan. 28, 1634-5.

ABNEY, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 18, 1638.

Matric. 1638; Scholar, 1641; B.A. 1643-4.
ABNEY, JAMES. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, June 5, 1616.

Matric. 1616. Perhaps s. and h. of George, of Willesley, Derbs.

Bapt. 1599. Adm. at the Inner Temple, 1619. High Sheriff

of Derbs. 1656. Buried June 12, 1693. (Nichols, in. 1032.)

ABNEY, MICHAEL. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 1619. Matric.
1619. Perhaps s. of George, of Willesley. Bapt. 1603.
(Nichols, in. 1032.)

ABNEY, RICHARD. Scholar of Christ's, 1549; B.A. 1551-2;
M.A. from Jesus, 1554. Fellow of Jesus, 1546-55. Adm. to
first tonsure, Sept. 20, 1554. R. of Swepstone, Leics., 1558.
(A. Gray.)

ABOTH, AMBROSE. Matric. pens, from St John's, Michs.
1582.

ABRAHAM, ADAM. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Michs. 1584;
B.A. 1588-9, as Abram; M.A. 1592. V. of Swineshead, Lines.,
1592-9. V. of Chard, Somerset, 1603-36. Died 1636.

ABRAHAM, ISAAC. Matric. sizar from St John's, Michs.
1616; B.A. 1619-20. Ord. priest (London) Sept. 18, 1624.

ABRAHAM, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from St John's, Michs.

1568. One of these names ord. priest (Norwich), Dec. 4,

1580. Curate of Gedney, Lines, in 1584. Another ord.

deacon and priest (Lincoln) Sept. 16, 1584. V. of Stickford,

Lines. 159c— 1619; 'B.A.'
ABRAHAM, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Jesus, Oct. 12, 1686.

Of Lanes.
ABRAHAM, WILLIAM. Matric. sizar from Clare, c. 1595.

Buried at St Edward's Church, Cambridge, Oct. 9, 1596.
ABRAHAM, WILLIAM. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Jesus, Sept. 22,

1654. Matric. 1655. Perhaps the s. and h. of William, of

Wingrave, Bucks., Esq.; adm. at Lincoln's Inn, June 8,

1659.
ABREE, FRANCIS (1520), see LEICESTER.

ABRICENSIS, HENRICUS. M.A. in 1260. (Univ. Library MS.
Ft. vi. 13. 1.)

ABSON, JONATHAN. Adm. sizar (age 20) at St John's,

June 25, 1711. S. of Lionel, shoemaker. B. at Rotherham,

Yorks. School.-Nottingham. Matric. 1713. (Perhaps brother

of John, of Lincoln College, Oxford.)
ABSON, SAMUEL. Adm. sizar (age 19) at St John's, Mar. 27,

1738. S. of John, clerk, R. of St Nich., Nottingham. B. in

Nottingham. Schools, Southwell and Chesterfield. Matric.

1738; B.A. 1741-2; M.A. 1745 Ord. deacon (Norwich)

June 13, 1742; priest (York) Feb. 19, 1743-4. V. of Kneesal,

Notts., 1745-58. V. of Eaton, 1748. R. of Eakring, 1758.

Preb. of Southwell, 1767-77.
ABYPHAELL, NICHOLAS (1550), see ABITHELL.
ACHARD, ROBERT. Matric. sizar from Jesus, Michs. 1562.
ACHERLEY, see also ATCHERLEY.
ACHERLEY, RICHARD. Adm. sizar (age 17) at St John's,

June 16, 1719. S. of Thomas, ironmonger, of Salop. B. at

'Stannerdine,' near Shrewsbury. School, Wrexham. Matric.

1719; B.A. 1722-3; M.A. 1727.
ACHLAYE, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Jesus, Michs. 1576.

One of these names, B.A., curate of Parson Drove, Cambs.,

1582; also C. of Wisbech. (A.Gray.)
ACHRINLEY, CHRISTOPHER. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel,

Jan. 21, 1612-3. Matric. 1613, as 'Armley'; B.A. 1616-7,

as 'Acrinlye.'
ACKLAM, DANIEL. Adm. pens, (age 15) at Sidney, Feb. 18,

1672-3. Only s. of George, gent. B. at Hull. School, Hull.

Matric. 1676; B.A. 1676-7; M.A. 1680.
ACCLOM, JOHN. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 17) at Sidney, April 27,

1637. S. of Sir William, Knt., of Moreby Hail, Yorks.

School, Private. Matric. 1637 as 'Actum.'
ACKLAM, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at St John's, May 15,

1668. S. of Thomas, deceased, of Biggin, Yorks. B. there.

School, Halsham. Matric. 1668.
ACCLOM, WILLIAM. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Emmanuel, May 5,

1599. S. and h. of John, of Moreby, Yorks., Esq. B. 1582.

Adm. at Gray's Inn, Nov. 28, 1601. Married Elizabeth,

dau. of Sir Thomas Dawnay, of Sessay, at Snaith, Oct. 19,

1609. Knighted Feb. 15, 1607-8. (Vis. of Yorks. 1612;

J. Foster.)
ACLAN, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from Queens', Easter, 1551.



Acton, John

ACKLAND, JOHN. Incorp. M.A. 1680, from New Inn Hall,



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