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S. of Thomas, Lord Mayor of York. B. at York. School,

York. Matric. 1713. Of Stockton and London. Died 1754.
AGAR, MOSES. Matric. from Pembroke, Michs. 1736; B.A.

1739-40. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Feb. 22, 1740-1; priest,

May 29, 1743. V. of Hanslope, Bucks., 1749.
AGAR, SETH. Adm. sizar at Queens', May 24, 1695. Of Yorks.

Matric. 1695; B.A. 1698-9; M.A. 1702. V. of Darrington,

Yorks., 1715-7.

AGAR or AGGAR, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from Queens',
Michs. 1638; B.A. 1641-2.

AGAR, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Pembroke, June 4,
1674. S. of Benjamin, gent. B. in London. Matric. 1674;
B.A. 1677-8; M.A. 1681.

AGGAR, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at St Catharine's, June 1,
1691. Matric. 1691.

AGAR, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 19) at St John's, June 27,
1729. S. of Thomas, husbandman, of Yorks. B. at Redcar
in Cleveland. Bapt. at Marske, July 23, 1710. School,
Kirkleatham. Matric. 1729; B.A. 1732-3. Ord. deacon
(Lincoln) Feb. 18, 1732-3; priest, Dec. 21, 1735. R. of
Biscathorpe, Lines., 1738-76. V. of N. Kelsey, 1738-55.
R. of S. Kelsey, 1743-76. Died Sept., 1776. Author: Mili-
tary Devotion, 1756. (Scott-Mayor, in. 423; H. M. Wood.)

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

AGARDE, ARTHUR. Matric. sizar from Queens', Michs. 1553.
The antiquary. B. 1540. Educated for the Law, he was
at an early age a clerk in the Exchequer. Deputy Chamber-
lain of the Exchequer, 1603. Drew up many catalogues of
State papers. Member of the Society of Antiquaries founded
by Abp. Parker, 1572. Died 1615. Buried in the cloisters,
Westminster Abbey. For some account of his many us,
works see D.N.B.

AGARD, FRANCIS. Matric. pens, from Queens', c. 1593.

AGARDE, WILLIAM. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Michs.
1548; B.A. 1553-4. One of these names, of Derbyshire, adm.
at the Middle Temple, June 20, 1558.

AGAS, ANTHONY. Matric. pens, from Corpus Christi, Easter,
1607; B.A. 1608-9; M.A. 1612. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Sept.
24, 1609. R. of Carleton Forehoe, Norfolk, 1611-27.

AGGAS, ANTHONY. Adm. sizar at Queens', Apr. 14, 1663.
Of Suffolk. S. of Edward. Matric. 1664-5; B.A. 1667-8;
M.A. 1671. Ord. deacon (Ely) Sept. 24, 1670. Dispensation
(Cant.) to succeed his father Edward as R. of Rushbrooke,
Suffolk, 1681. R. of Little Whelnetham, Suffolk.

AGAS or AGUS, BENJ AMIN. Matric. sizar from Corpus Christi,
Easter, 1639; B.A. 1642-3; M.A. 1657. Incorp. at Oxford 1653
as Haggas. Doubtless the distinguished non-conformist, born
at Wymondham, Norfolk. R. of Chenies, Bucks., 1649-62:
ejected. Will dated May 21, 1683; of London, clerk. Author,
Vindication of Nonconformity. (D.N.B. ; Calamy, I, 234.)

AGGAS or AGGES, EDWARD. Matric. sizar from Corpus
Christi, Michs. 1598; B.A. 1601-2; M.A. 1605. Ord. deacon
(Norwich) Sept. 29, 1604, aged 23; priest, Sept. 21, 1607.
V. of Wymondham, Norfolk, 1607.

AGAS, EDWARD. Matric. sizar from Queens', Easter, 1637;
B.A. 1640-1. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Dec. 24, 1643, aged 23.
R. of Little Whelnetham, Suffolk.



Aikwide, John

AGAS or AGGES, ELLIS. Matric. sizar from King's, Easter,
1635. S. of Ellis, gent., of Carlton Rode, Norfolk. School,
Botesdale, Suffolk. Migrated to Caius, Feb. 21, 1637-8, age
18; B.A. 1638-9; M.A. 1642. Ord. priest (Norwich) Feb. 25,
1642-3. V. of Besthorpe, Norfolk, 1646-79. R. of South
Repps, 1660-79. Died Mar. 4, 1678-9. (Venn, 1. 330.)

AGAS, ROBERT. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1688. Of Norfolk.
Matric. 1689; B.A. 1691-2; M.A. 1695.

AGGAS, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at St Catharine's, June, 1691.
Matric.1691 ; B.A. 1694-5 ; M.A. 1702. Ord. deacon (Norwich)
June, 1696; priest Dec. 1697. V. of Hempnall, Norfolk,
1697. R. of Forncett, 1702. Died Sept. 4, 1724, aged 51.
M.I. at Forncett St Peter. • '^ ■

AGATE, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 19) at Sidney, June 23, 1696.
S. of Richard, farmer. B. at Lingfield, Surrey. School,
Sackville College. Matric. 1697-8; B.A. 1699-1700; M.A.
1706; D.D. 1720. R. of Stawley, Somerset, 1701-20.
Died 1720.

AGATE, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Sidney, June 28, 1735.
S. of William, of Whitechapel, Middlesex. Matric. at Balliol,
Oxford, Feb. 28, 1726-7, age 16; B.A. Oxford, 1730.
Incorp. at Cambridge as B.A. 1735; but did not proceed' to
M.A.

AGBOROWE, EDWARD. Adm. sizar at Peterhouse, Apr. 1,
1625. Of London. Matric. 1626; B.A. 1629-30; M.A. 1633.
One of these names, M.A., V. of Stoneleigh, Warws., 1664.

AGLAND, EDWARD. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Pembroke,
Apr. 16, 1708. S. of Edward, of Barnstaple, Devon. Matric.
1708; B.A. 1711-12; M.A. 1716. (Possibly a form of Acland.)

AGLEBY or EGLABY, . B.Civ.L. 1525-6.

AGLIONBY or EGLIONBY, EDWARD. Adm. at King's, a
scholar from Eton, 1536. S. of Richard. B. at Carlisle, 1520.
B.A. 1540-1; M.A. 1544. Fellow, 1539. Incorp. at Oxford,
1566. Of Temple Balshall, Warws., J. P. M.P. for Carlisle,
I553- M.P. for Warwick, 1571. Recorder of Warwick,
1572-87. Married Catharine, dau. of Sir William Wigston.
Died soon after 1587. Author, theological. (D.N.B.; Cooper,
11. 21.)

AGLIONBY, EDWARD. Matric. Fell.-Com. from Trinity,
Michs. 1576. Perhaps son of the above. One of these names
M.P. for Carlisle city, 1593.

AGLIONBY, GEORGE. D.D. 1641-2 (Incorp. from Oxford).
Matric. at Oxford, Dec. 9, 1619, age 16. S. of John, of Ox-
ford, D.D. B.A. 1624 (Incorp. from Oxford) ; B.A. 1623 ; M.A.
1626; B.D. 1633; D.D. 1635. V. of Cassington, Oxon, 1632.
Canon of Westminster, 1638, and Tutor to George, Duke of
Buckingham. Preb. of Chichester, 1639. Compounded for
deanery of Canterbury, June 6, 1642. Sometime a master
at Westminster School. Buried at Christ Church Cathedral,
Oxford, Nov. 11, 1643. (Al. Oxon., Burke, L.G.)

AGLIONBY, HENRY. Adm. sizar (age 17) at St John's, Feb. 25,
1666-7. S. of John, gent. B. at Carlisle. School, Sed-
bergh. Matric. 1667-8; B.A. 1670-1; M.A. 1684. R. of
Bowness, Cumberland, 1691-7. V. of Addingham, Yorks.,
1674-1697. Buried at Bowness, May 29, 1697.

AGLIONBY, or ANGLIONBY, . Dominican friar; B.D.

1522-3.

AGMONDESHAM, see also ANSHAM.

AGMONDESHAM, PHILIP. Adm. at King's, a scholar from
Eton, Sept. 1, 1572, age 18. Of Heston, Middlesex. Matric.
1572; B.A. 1576-7; M.A. 1580; 'Ansam.' Fellow, 1575-93.
Subscribed for deacon's and priest's orders, Lincoln, Sept.
20, 1586. R. of Haddiscoe, Norfolk, 1592. R. of Toft
Monks. Died c. June, 1617. Pedigree of Agmondisham
in Vis. of Surrey.

AGMONDESHAM, or ANSAM, RICHARD. Adm. at King's,
a scholar from Eton, Aug. 28, 1577, age 20. Of Heston,
Middlesex. Matric. 1577-8; B.A. 1581-2; M.A. 1585. Fellow,
1580-8. R. of Cranford, Middlesex. V.of Bun tingf ord, Herts.,
1588-1603. Brother of above.

AMONTESHAM, or HAMUNDISHAM, THOMAS. Scholar at
King's Hall, 1354. Died Mar. 20, 1361-2.

AMONDESHAM, W. Matric. Fell.-Com. from Pembroke, Lent,
1564-5. One of these names was adm. a student at Basle,
1556-

AHSLAY, . B.A. 1489-90.

AIKRIGG, see also ACROYD and AYCKRIGGB.

AIKERIG, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 18) at St John's,
June 10, 1667. S. of Henry, husbandman, of Crosby-Garret,
near Brough, Westmoreland. B. there. School, Kirkby
Stephen. Matric. 1667; B.A. 1670-1.

AIKWIDE, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at St John's, July 2,
1674. S. of Henry, deceased, of York. B. there. Matric.
pens. Easter, 1674, *• Askroyd; and sizar, EasUr, 1675, as
Acheroyd.



AilesBurY, Robert

AILESBURY, ROBERT. LL.D. 1675. Robert Bruce, succeeded
as Earl of Elgin, 1663. Created Earl of Ailesbury, 1664.
Lord Lieutenant of Beds. 1667. Privy Councillor, 1678. Lord
Chamberlain of the Household, 1685. Died Oct. 20, 1685.
Father of James (1683-4) and Robert Bruce (1683). {D.N.B.)
AILSBURY, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Christ's, Easter,
1613; B.A. 1615-6; (? M.A. 1619); B.D. 1626. Incorp. M.A.
at Oxford, 1622, and B.D. 1626. V. of Cardworth, Warws.,
1618. R. of Berwick St Leon., Wilts., 1625. Preb. of Salis-
bury, 1631. R. of Kingston Deverill, 1643. Sequestered from
both, 1646. Licensed to marry Joane Nosse, of Maiden
Bradley, Sept. n, 1635. Died before 1661. Author. (Peile,
1. 289, D.N.B.)
AILSBURY, Sir THOMAS. M.A. 1635-6 {Lit. Reg.). Doubt-
less Sir Thomas, Bart. S. of William, of St Andrew's,
Holborn. Matric. at Christ Church, Oxford, 1598, age 18;
B.A. 1602; M.A. 1603. Master of Requests and Master of
the Mint. Created baronet 1627. Retired to Antwerp on the
death of the King. Died at Breda, 1657, aged 81. (Al.
Oxon.; D.N.B.; G.E.C.)
AILESBURY, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Christ's,
Sept. 7, 1627. S. of William. B. at Birmingham. School,
Birmingham. Matric. 1627; B.A. 1631-2; M.A. 1635. Ord.
deacon (Salisbury) Dec. 1632. Perhaps V. of E Pennard,
Somerset, 1668-82. (Peile, 1. 387.)
AILESBY, SAMUEL. Adm. sizar at Peterhouse, Apr. 25, 1627,
as Alesbie. Of Lines. Matric. 1627; B.A. 1630-1; M.A.
1634. R. of S. Somercotes, Lines., 1641.
AILESBY, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Magdalene,
June 18, 1670. S. of Samuel, R. of S. Somercotes, Lines,
(above). School, Alford. Matric. 1670; B.A. 1674-5.
AILMER, see AYLMER.
AILWORTH, see AYLWORTH.
AINSCOUGH, see AYNSCOUGH,

AINSLIE, GAWEN. Adm. pens, at Sidney, 1668. S. of William,
gent. B. at Highlaws, Northumberland. SchooLs, Newcastle
and Morpeth. From Glasgow University ; adm. there (age 1 7)
July 9, 1667. Adm. at Gray's Inn, Oct. 29, 1667. Buried at
Hartburn, June n, 1690. (H. M. Wood.)
AINSLEY, RALPH. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Christ's, May 7,
1698. S. of Mark. B.atGallowhill, Bolam, Northumberland.
Bapt. June 12, 1679. School, Durham. Matric. 1698; Scholar,
1698-9; B.A.i7oi-2,asAnsley; M.A. 1705. Fellow, 1704-25;
Scrutator, 1715. Ord. deacon (London) May 31, 1702. R. of
lngoldsbv, Lines., 1724-40. Buried there Jan. 3, 1739-40.
(H. M. Wood.)
AINSWORTH, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 17) at St John's,
Apr. 19, 1667. S. of Jeremy. B. at Bury, Lanes. School,
Rochdale. Matric. 1667; B.A. 1670-1.
AINSWORTH, GEORGE. B.A. 1532-3; MA. 1546. Of Coventry
and Lichfield diocese. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Apr. 2, 1541;
title, Stanstead, Norwich diocese. Brother of Oliver, of
Jesus. Resident pensioner at Jesus, in 1547. One of these
names V. of Garstang, Lanes., 1575.
AINSWORTH, GEORGE. B.A. from St John's, 1577-8. Ord.
deacon (Lincoln) Dec. 3, 1578; priest (Peterb.) 1579. V. of
Eltisley, Cambs., 1582. V. of Scottow, Norfolk, 1588.
AINSWORTH, HENRY. Matric. pens, from St John's, Michs.
1587. Migrated to Caius, Dec. 15, 1587, aged 18. S. of
Thomas, yeoman. B. at Swanton Morley, Norfolk. School,
Swanton. Scholar, 1587-91. A learned Hebraist, and
celebrated Non-conformist divine of the Brownist party.
Entered the service of a bookseller at Amsterdam, about
1593. He soon founded an independent church there, where
he laboured for many years. He married, Mar. 29, 1607,
Margery Halie, of Ipswich, widow of Richard Appleby. He
paid two visits to Ireland, but nearly all his labours were in
the Netherlands. Died c. 1623. For a full account of his
many religious and controversial works, see the D.N.B. His
origin and connection with Cambridge were generally un-
known' before the publication of the Caius Register. {D.N.B. ;
Venn, i. 132.)
AYNSWORTH, HENRY. Adm. sizar at Queens', July 4, 1627-

matric. pens. 1629; B.A. 1630-1. Of Norfolk.
AINSWORTH, JOHN. B.A. 1526-7. Perhaps the priest of these
names, of St John's, executed, 1538, for preaching against
the Royal Supremacy. (Note by Prof. J. E. B. Mayor.)
AINSWORTH, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Christ's, c. 1593;
B.A. 1597-8. This, or the next, was presumably of Crookej
Lanes.; donor of £10 to the New Buildings at Christ's
(Peile, 1. 206.)
AINSWORTH, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Christ's, c. 1595;
B.A. i59 8 -9- This, or the last, arrived at Douay Sept. ax.
1601. Described as 'born in London, B.A, of Cambridge.'
Sent to Valladolid, Oct. 2, 1603; and thence to Seville,
where he was ordained, c. 1607. Returned to England, 1608 ;
and arrested. Again arrested and examined in Newgate',
1615. (E. H. Burton; Dodd's History, iv. cciv.)



Aisley, John



AINSWORTH, NATHANIEL. Matric. pens, from Corpus
Christi, Michs. 1625. Of Norwich. B.A. 1628-9. Buried at
St Benet's, Cambridge, Aug. 21, 1631.

AINSWORTH, or HAYNSWORTH, OLIVER B.A. 1529-30;

M.A. 1532; Proctor, 1539-40; Fellow of Jesus, 1530-46;

B.D. 1546. Will (V.C.C.) 1546.
AINSWORTH, RALPH. B.A. 1524-5; M.A. 1528. Probably

brother of George (1532-3). Fellow of Peterhouse, 1526;

Proctor, 1535-6. Master of Peterhouse, 1544: deprived on

the accession of Queen Mary. R. of Stathern, Leics. Died

1569. (Cooper, 1. 282.)

AINSWORTH, RICHARD. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Michs.

1548.
AYNSWORTH, RICHARD. Matric. sizar from Christ's, Easter,

1573; B.A. 1576-7.
AINSWORTH, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Jesus, 1616. Ord.

deacon (Peterb.) May 31; priest, Sept. 20, 1618; 'of Jes. Coll.;

literate.' V. of Kirmond-le-Mire, Lines., 1623-5; 'B.A.'

AINSWORTH, SAMUEL. M.A. from Emmanuel, 1667. S. of
Samuel, of Kelmarsh, Northants., clerk. Matric. at Magdalen
Hall, Oxford, May 27, 1661, age 16; B.A. from Christ
Church, Oxford, 1664. Ord. priest (Lincoln) Dec. 19, 1669.
R. of Marston Trussell, Northants., 1679-92; of Houghton,
Hunts., 1681-1710. Died 1710. (Al. Oxon.)

AINSWORTH, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity,
June 19, 1707. S. of Samuel, of Witton, Hunts. School,
Huntingdon. Matric. 1707; Scholar, 1708; B.A. 1710-1 ; M.A.
1714. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) July 5, 1713; priest, July 14,
1717.

AYNESWORTH.THOM AS. Matric. pens, from St John's, Michs.
1551. One of these names R. of Salcott, Essex, 1557-69.
Died 1569.

AINSWORTH, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from Emmanuel, Michs.
1621; B.A. 1625-6. School, Merchant Taylors'. Ord. deacon
and priest (Norwich) Sept. 24, 1626. C. of Scottow, Norfolk,
1633. (See George, 1577)

AINSWORTH, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at St John's, Mar. 14,
1738-9. S. of John, gent., of Lanes. B. at Blackburn.
Schools, Rivington and Sedbergh. Matric. 1739.

AINSWORTH, THURSTAN. M.Gram. 1497.

AINSWORTH, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from Queens', Michs.
1570.

AYNSWORTH, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, July n,
1622. Matric. 1622. Probably C. of Ripponden, Yorks., 1630.
Lecturer at St Peter's, Chester. P.C. of Lightclifle, Yorks.,
1647-50. V. of S. Kirkby, 1648. Preb. of York, 1660. V. of
Hooton Pagnel, 1661-2. Master of the Charterhouse, Hull,
and Lecturer at Holy Trinity, Hull, 1661. V. of Sculcoates.
Buried there Apr. 19, 1671. Author of Triplex Memoriale.
He is called M.A. ; but no such degree is recorded." (Chalmer's
Biog. Diet.; Hunter's S. Yorks.; Yorks. Bibliographer.)

AYNSWORTH, WILLIAM. Matric. sizar from Queens', Easter,
1647. Of Cambs. B.A. 1650-1. One of these names V. of
Bolton-le-Sands, Lanes., 1660-4.

AINSWORTH, . B.A. 1480-1.

AISCOUGH, see ASKEW and AYSCOUGH.

AISGILL or ASGILL, JOSHUA. M.A. 1617 (Incorp. from Ox-
ford). Matric. from Queen's, Oxford, July 8, 1603, age 16.
Of Gloucs. B.A. (Corpus) 1607-8; M.A. 1610-1; B.D.
(Brasenose) 1619; D.D. (Corpus) 1623. V. of Down Hatherley,
Gloucs., 1622; of Lydd, Kent, 1627: sequestered, 1645. (Al.
Oxon.)

AISHE, CHRISTOPHER. Adm. pens, (age 16) at St John's,
July 18, 1667. S. of John, gent., of St Clement's, Middlesex
(of Lincoln's Inn, deceased). Matric. 1668. Adm. at Lincoln's
Inn, Feb. 21, 1669-70.

AISH, FAITHFULL. M.A. from King's, 1719. S. of William,
of Seaborough, Dorset. Matric. from Wadham College,
Oxford, July 16, 1703, age 16; B.A. (Oxford), 1707. V. of
Misterton, 1708. R. of Seaborough, Dorset, 171 1-20. Died
1720. (Al. Oxon.)

AISHE, JOHN. Adm. pens (age 18) at St John's, July 18, 1667.
S. of John, gent., of St Andrew's, Middlesex (of Lincoln's
Inn). B. there. School, Cheam. Matric. 1668 Adm. at
Lincoln's Inn, Nov. n, 1668.

AISLABY, see ASLABY.

AISLEY, EDWARD. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Peterhouse,
June 6, 1678, as Aysley. Of Durham. S. of Robert. Bapt. at
Wolsingham, Aug. 29, 1661. School, Durham. Matric. 1678;
afterwards pensioner; Scholar, 1681; B.A. 1681-2.

AISLEY, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Peterhouse, Aug. 10,
1663. S. of Robert, of Wolsingham, Durham, gent. Matric.
1665, as Hisley. Previously matric. from Queen's College,
Oxford, 1662. B.A. from Peterhouse, 1665-6; M.A. 1669.



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Aisley, Thomas

Scholar, 1663. Fellow, 1666-70. Incorp. at Oxford, 1669. R.

of Wolsingham, Durham, 1679 till 1717. Married, at Aycliffe,

July 18, 1671, Francis Wildbore. Buried Sept. 6, 1717. (T. A.

Walker; AX. Oxon; H. M. Wood.)
AISLEY, THOMAS (1587-8), see AYLOE.
AKEHEAD, JOSEPH. Matric. sizar from Clare, Easter, 1617.
AKEHURST, ALEXANDER. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, 1638.

Matric, as Archhurst, 1638; B.A. 1641-2; M.A. from Trinity,

1645. Fellow of Trinity, 1645. One of these names, s. and h.

of Ralph, of Lewes, Sussex, gent., adm. at Gray's Inn, Nov.

7, 1644.
AKEHURST, JOHN. Adm. sizar at Trinity, June 21, 1650.

Of Sussex. B.A. 1653-4.
AKEHURST, ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Trinity,

Sept. 20, 1730. S. of Alexander, of Leatherhead, Surrey.

School, Epsom, Surrey. Matric. 1731; Scholar, 173 2 ; BA -

1734-5; Fellow,i737; M.A. 1738. Adm. at the Middle Temple,

May 31, 1742.
AKERS, see also ACRES.
AKERS, JOHN. B.A. 1525-6, after 12 terms; M.A. at Oxford,

1529. Canon of Cardinal College, Oxford; V. of Docking

and of Ludbam, Norfolk, 1554.
AKERS, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Easter, 1615.

Scholar from Westminster, 1615; B.A. 1618-9; M.A. 1622.

V. of Paston, Norfolk, 1636-40.
AKESTER, JOHN. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton,

Apr. 13, 1639, age 17. Of Putney. Left in 1641.
ALABASTER, see also ARBLASTER.
ALBLASTER, ROBERT. Fellow of Pembroke, c. 1428. Of

Norwich diocese. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Feb. 19, 1428-9;

priest, May 21, 1429.
ALABLASTER, THOMAS. Of Gonville Hall. B.A. 1500-1;

M.A. 1504; B.D. 1511-2. Preacher, 1509-10. V. of S.Lynn,

1535-43. R- of Bale, Norfolk. {Venn, 1. 16.)
ALABASTER, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Gonville Hall,

Easter, 1556, as 'Dratsab': i.e. illegitimate son of Thomas

Alabaster.of Hadley, Suffolk. Mentioned in Bishop Shaxton's

will, 1556; perhaps his sizar.
ALIB ASTER, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Michs.

1566.
ALABASTER, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Easter,

1584. Scholar from Westminster. S. of Roger. B. at Hadley,

Suffolk. B.A. 1587-8; M.A. 1591; D.D. 1614. Fellow, 1589.

Incorp. at Oxford, 1592. R. of Landulph, Cornwall, 1596.

R. of Therfield, Herts., 1614; and of Little Shelford, Cambs.,

1622. Went, in 1596, as chaplain to the Earl of Essex, to

Cadiz, where he was converted to Romanism, and later,

imprisoned in the Tower; but reverted. Latin poet and

divine. Licensed to marry, Aug. 19, 1618, Catherine Floud

(? Lloyd) of Otham, widow. Died April, 1640. (D.N.B.;

Suff. Man. Fam. 1. 55; H. G. Harrison.)
ALAN, see ALLEN,

ALANBRIDGE, JOHN (1531), see LEDES.
ALANE, ALEXANDER, see ALESIUS.

ALARDI, ALARDUS. Adm. pens, at Caius, May 27, 1616,

age 18. S. of Alardus, tanner, of Nijmegen, Guelderland.

Matric. 1616, as Allatson; B.A. 1619-20. (Venn, I. 233.)
ALBANYE, FRANCIS. Matric. pens, from St John's, Michs.

1571. Pedigree of Albany in Vis. of Surrey, and Vis. of

Skrops.
ALBASPINA or AUBEPINE, CHARLES DE. Marquis de Castro-

novo (Ch&teauneuf). M.A. 1629 (Lit. Reg.). Ambassador

from France.
ALBEMARLE, Duke of, see MONCK, CHRISTOPHER.
ALBEN, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Queens', Michs. 1646.

ALBERY, THOMAS. Adm. sizar at St Catharine's, May 31,
1704. Of Coventry. Matric. 1704, as Astry.

ALBON, EDMUND. D.D. of Cambridge. Lived c. 1340. Theo-
logical author. (Fits.)

ALBON, EDMUND. B.A. 1465-6. Fellow of Gonville Hall,
1465-75. M.D. 1475-6- R- of Framlingham, Suffolk, 1476.
R. of Garboldisham, Norfolk, 1478-85. Preb. of St Paul's,
1479. Physician to the King. R. of Meifod, St Asaph, 1482.
Preb. of Lincoln, 1485. Died 1485. Benefactor to Gonville
Hall. (Venn, 1. 10.)

ALBON, JOHN. LL.B. R. of Newton, Isle of Ely, 1406. Com-
missary for Bishop of Ely, 1405. Perhaps the Scholar at
King's Hall; adm. May 14, 1385. Allowed three years'
absence for study, 1405.

ALBON, JOHN. B.A. 1461-2; M.A. 1465. Fellow of Pembroke,
c. 1463. Of Norwich diocese. Ord. sub-deacon (Norwich)
Mar. 1, 1465-6.



Alcock, Henry

ALBOROUGH, ARTHER. Matric. pens, from St John's,
Easter, 1603. Of Alborough, Esq. S. of William, 1572.

ALDBURGHE or ALBOURTH, RICHARD. Adm. pens, at
Caius, May 5, 1586, age 16. S. of Richard. B. at Aid-
borough, Yorks. Schools, Thirsk and Ripon. Matric. 1586.
Resident in 1589. Of Alborough, Esq. (Venn. 1. 127- Vis
of Yorks. 1585; M. H. Peacock.)

ALDBURGH, RICHARD. Matric. FeU.-Com. from Magdalene,
Easter, 1624. S. and h. of Arthur, of Aldborough, Yorks.
(above), aged 5 in 1612. (Km. of Yorks.)

ALBOROUGH, WILLIAM. Matric. Fell.-Com. from Trinity,
Michs. 1572. S. and h. of Richard, of Aldborough, Yorks!
Living 1612. Of Aldborough, Esq. (Vis. of Yorks.)

ALBRIGHT, JOHN. Scholar at Christ's in 1577; B.A. 1578-9;
M.A. from Magdalene, 1588. V. of Bolton, Lanes., 1594-5!
Vicar Choral of Christchurch, Dublin, 1595. Dean's Vicar
and Preb. of St Michael, 1600. Dean of Raphoe, 1603.
Died c. 1609. (Peile, 1. 135; Cotton, Fasti Eulesia
Hibernica.)

ALBRIGHT, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity,
Apr. 10, 1710. S. of William, of Northampton. School,
St Paul's, London. Matric. 1710; Scholar, 171 1; B.A. 1713-4;
M.A. 1718. Ord. deacon (London) May 23, 1714; priest,
Mar. 17, 1714-5- V. of Ferring, Sussex, 1716.

Scholar at King's Hall, 1486-7. B.A.

ALBY, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Jesus, 1582.

ALBY or ALBEE, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Emmanuel, Easter,
1636.

ALBY, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from St Catharine's, Michs.
1633; B.A. 1637-8; M.A. 1641.

ALBYNE, HENRY. Matric. pens, from Trinity Hall, Easter,
1648 (perhaps adm. at St Catharine's, 1648).

ALCHORNE, CHARLES. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Trinity,
Oct. 31, 1677- S of William, R. of High Ongar. B. at
Bromfield, Essex. School, Bromfield. Matric. 1678; Scholar,
1681; B.A. 1681-2; M.A. 1685. Fellow, 1684. R. of High
Laver, Essex, 1697.

ALCHON, EDWARD. Matric. pens, from Corpus Christi,
Lent, 1577-8. B. at Marden, Kent. B.A. 1581-2; M.A. 1585.
Ord. deacon (London) Feb. 24, 1585-6, aged 24.

ALCHORN. EDMUND. Matric. pens, from Clare, Easter,
1613; B.A. 1616-7; M.A. 1620; D.D. 1637. Incorp. at
Oxford, 1621. Died Jan. n, 1652-3. M.I. at St Peter's,
Bath. Perhaps the same who matriculated from St Alban's
Hall, Oxford, Oct. 31, 1606, aged 18. Of Boughton Mon-
chelsea, Kent. Admitted at the Inner Temple, 1606. (Le
Neve, Mon. iv. 16; Al. Oxon.)

ALCORNE, JAMES. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1631 Of Kent.
S. of John, of Boughton Monchelsea, Kent, barrister;
aged 4 in 1619. (Kent Vis. 1619.)

ALCHORNE, JOHN. Matric. Fell.-Com. from Clare, Easter,
1624. One of these names, s. of John, of Boughton Mon-
chelsea, Kent, barrister; aged 13 in 1619. Adm. at the
Inner Temple, 1625. (Kent Vis. 1619, 1663.)

ALCORNE, ROBERT. Matric. Fell.-Com. from Clare, Easter,
1615.

ALCHORNE, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from Clare, Easter,
1613; B.A. 1617.

ALCHORNE, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar at Trinity, May 22,
1647. Of Sussex. B.A. 1650-1. Probably B.D. (Lit. Reg.)
1661. R. of Mashbury, Essex, 1661-2. V. of Bromfield,
1661-3. R. of High Ongar, 1662. Father of Charles (1677).

ALCOCKE. ANTHONY. Matric. pens, from St John's, Lent,
1564-5.

ALCOCK, CHRISTOPHER Adm. sizar at St John's, Jan 12,
1750-1. S. of John, clerk, R. of Bumsall, Yorks. (of Jesus,
1713-4). B. at Bumsall. School, Sedbergh. Matric. 1751;
B.A. 1755. Ord. deacon (York) Sept. 21, 1755; priest, Sept.
19,1756. V. of Glossop, Derbs., 1766-81. Died 1783. (Scott-
Mayor, in. 603.)

ALCOCK, GEORGE. Matric. sizar from St John's, Michs. 1622.
One of these names went to New England in 1630: deacon
at Roxbury, Mass. (Felt, 160.)

ALCOCK, HAMMOND. Adm. sizar at Magdalene, July 6,
1653, a 8 e '5- S. of Edward, of Sleaford, Lines. School,
Sleaford. •

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Alcock, John

ALCOCK, JOHN. D. Can. L. 1469-70. S. of William, of Hull.
B. at Beverley, and bred at the Grammar School there. Ord.
deacon (Lincoln) March 29; priest, Apr. 12, 1449. R. of St
Margaret, Fish St. 1461. Dean of St Stephen's, Westminster,
1462. V. of Caistor, Norfolk, till 1473. Master of the Rolls,
1471-2. Preb.of St Paul's, and Salisbury, 1468. Privy coun-
cillor, 1470. Bishop of Rochester, 1472. R. of Wrentham,
Suffolk, 1474. Lord Chancellor, with Bishop Rotherham,
1475. Bishop of Worcester, 1476. Bishop of Ely, i486.
Founder of Jesus College, 1497; and of Hull Grammar
School. Distinguished for his architectural skill, and princely
liberality. Died at Wisbech, Oct. 1, 1500. Buried at Ely.
(Cooper, 1. 3; D.N.B.)

ALCOCK, JOHN. Incorp. in Can. Law, 1487-8. Ord. subdeacon
(Ely) Apr. 1489; priest, Apr. 18, 1489. R. of Somersham,
Hunts., 1488-1525. Died 1525. Will proved (Archd. Hunts.)
Feb. 1524-5-

ALCOCK, JOHN. Matric. pens, from King's, Michs. 1615;



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