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Exhibitioner 1869. Second Class, Classics, Mods.
Michaelmas Term 1870. Second Class, Theology,
Michaelmas Term 1872. B.A. 1873. M.A. 1887.

Educated at Merchant Taylors' School. In Holv Orders.



1868.] WARDEN SYMONS. 557

Henry Edmund du Maine Tickell. Only son of the
Rev. Henry Tickell, M.A., of Queen's College, Oxford,
deceased. Aged 18. Born at Liddington, Bedfordshire.
Admitted (ft. 16 Oct. 1868.

Second Class, Classics, Mods. Michaelmas Term 1870.
B.A. 1873.

Born 14 Dec. 1850. Educated at Somersetshire College, Bath.
Eector of Hittisleigh, Devon, 1879 to 1888. Vicar of Dunsford,
Devon, 1888.

George Goodair Dey. Second son of Robert Dey, Esq.
Born at Bloomsbury, London, aged 20. Admitted (ft.
16 Oct. 1868. Name removed 19 Jan. 1869.

Frederick Hancock. Third son of Philip Hancock, Esq.
Born at Ford Wivelescombe, Somerset, aged 19. Ad-
mitted (ft. 16 Oct. 1868.

Second Class, Law and Mod. Hist. Trinity Term 1872.
B.A. and S.C.L. 1872. M.A. 1886.

Rector of Meshaw, Devon, 1879. Rector of Sell worthy, Somer-
set, 1884. J.P.

Edward Ballachey Hill. Eldest son of the Rev. Edward
Hill, B.A., of St Edmund Hall. Born at Ludwell, Wilt-
shire, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 16 Oct. 1868.

Third Class, Theology, Trinity Term 1872. B.A. 6 June,
1872. M.A. 15 June, 1876. Compounded 15 June,
1876.

Born 4 March, 1850. Educated at Maryborough College. In
Holy Orders. Vicar of Bitterne, Hants, 1887.

Charles Harris Tamplin. Third son of Richard William
Tamplin, Esq., Surgeon. Born in the parish of St James,
London, aged 18. Admitted (ft. 16 Oct. 1868.

Name removed 13 Oct. 1869.
Educated at Sherborne.



558 WARDEN SYMONS. [1868-69.

Charles Edward Grenside. Fourth son of the Eev.

Christopher Grenside, M.A., of St Peter's College, Cam-
bridge. Born at Moscow, in Eussia, aged 19. Admitted
01. 16 Oct. 1868.

Second Class, Law and Mod. Hist. Trinity Term 1872.
B.A. 1872. M.A. 1876. Compounded 24 March, 1876.

Born 7 April, 1849. Chorister of New College, 1858 to 1860.
Educated at St Paul's School. Rector of Emley, Yorks, 1882.
Vicar of Pinner, Middlesex, 1886.

Frederick Robert Beart. Second son of Eobert Beart,
Esq. Born at Godmanchester, Huntingdonshire, aged 18.
Admitted (. 27 Nov. 1868.

Fourth Class, Law and Mod. Hist. Michaelmas Term 1871.
B.A. 1872. M.A. 1877. Compounded 14 June, 1877.

Educated at Marlborough College.

Ludovic Charles Andrew Mouton. Only son of
Captain Ludovic Mouton (of the French Army). Born
at Boulogne, France, aged 22. Admitted (St. 27 Nov.
1868.

Name removed 6 Oct. 1869.

Subsequently at the London College of Divinity. Vicar of
Hinton Admiral, Hants, 1876. Vicar of Holy Trinity, Bourne-
mouth, 1877. Rector of Woodchester, Glouc., 1878. Vicar of
Brampford Speke, Devon, 1879. Vicar of St John the Evan-
gelist, Sandown, Isle of Wight, 1882 to 1890.



1869.

Bernard Reynolds. Second son of the Eev. Joseph
William Eeynolds, M.A. (by mandate of the Archbishop
of Canterbury). Born at Belper, Derbyshire, aged 18.
Admitted (ft. 15 Jan. 1869.

Goodridge Exhibitioner. First Class, History, Michaelmas
Term 1872. Third Class, Jurisprudence, Michaelmas



1889.] WARDEN SYMONS. 559

Term 1873. B.A. 1872. M.A. 1875. Compounded
10 June, 1875.

Born 2 April, 1850. Educated at Merchant Taylors' School.
Diocesan Inspector of Schools (London Diocese) 1886. Pre-
bendary of Cantlers (St Paul's), 1887.

William Drummond Dowding. Second son of the Rev.
Townley Ward Dowding, M.A., of Cains College, Cam-
bridge, Rector of St Peter's, Marlborough. Born at
Downton, Wilts, aged 19. Admitted (ft. 15 Jan. 1869.

B.A. and S.C.L. 1872. Name removed 27 Nov. 1880.
Educated at Marlborough College.

James Richard Bagott Robertson. Only son of
James Robertson, Esq. Born at Edinburgh, aged 20.
Admitted OT. 20 Jan. 1869.

Name removed 13 June, 1872. B.A. and M.A. (Hertford)

1875.

Educated at Lancaster Grammar School, In Holy Orders.

Edward Howard Moss. Only son of Elkanah Howard
Moss, Esq. Born at Oldhain, Lancashire, aged 19. Ad-
mitted (. 15 March, 1869.

Name removed 18 June, 1870.

Educated at Winchester. " Of Ravenscroft Hall, Cheshire.
J.P." (F.)

Edward George King. Third son of Robert King, Esq.
Born at Moulton, near Spalding, Lincolnshire, B.A., of
Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge. Incorporated and
admitted <. 20 March, 1869.

Scholar of Sidney Sussex. B.A. (Senior Opt.) 1866. M.A.
1869. Tyrwhitt Hebrew Scholar 1869. Name removed
21 April, 1870. Chaplain of Sidney Sussex, 1870. B.D.
1882. D.D. 1884. Hulsean Lecturer, 1889.

Vicar of St Edward, Cambridge, 1872 to 1875. Vicar of

Madingley, Cambridge, 1877. Rector of Grayton, Xorthants,

1889.

Author of numerous works on the Scriptures.



560 WARDEN SYMONS. [1869.

John Harman Samler. Eldest son of the Eev. John
Harman Samler, M.A., of Pembroke College, Oxford.
Born at Swallowcliffe, near Salisbury, aged 19. Admitted
Or. 9 April, 1869.
Name removed 19 Dec. 1871.

Educated at Maryborough College.

John Charles Wadham. Eldest son of the Eev. John
Wadham, M.A., of Wadham College, (1840). Born at
Stowey Vicarage, Somersetshire, aged 19. Admitted <j.
14 May, 1869. JE. 15 May.

B.A. 1873. M.A. 1888. Compounded 6 June, 1888.

Born 24 March, 1850. Educated at Uppingham. Admitted
Solicitor, 1877. Practising in London.
Grandson of Thomas W., 1817.

Henry Nicolle Godfray. Eldest son of Charles Godfray,
Esq. Born at St Lawrence, Jersey, aged 18. Admitted
<. 21 May, 1869.

B.A. 1873. Name removed 26 Nov. 1875.
Educated at Cheltenham Grammar School.

John Frome Wilkinson. Second son of the Eev. John
Wilkinson, M.A., of Merton College (<. 1834), Preben-
dary of Sarum. Born at Melksham, Wilts, aged 19.
Admitted OT. 21 May, 1869.

Second Class, Theology, Michaelmas Term 1873. B.A.
1873. M.A. 1878.

Born 16 Dec. 1849. Educated at Marlborough College. Rector

of Kilvington, Notts, 1887.

Author of The Friendly Society Movement.

John Chesman. Third son of Thomas Chesman, Surgeon.
Born at Sheffield, aged 19. Admitted (ft. 21 May,
1869.

Second Class, Law and Mod. Hist, Trinity Term 1872.
B.A. 1872.

Educated at Sheffield Collet-late School. In Holv Orders.



1869.] WARDEN SYMONS. 5G1



Iltyd Frank Clayton. Second son of Samuel W. Clayton,
Esq. Born at Kyde, Isle of Wight, aged 20. Admitted
Or. 21 May, 1869.

B.A. 1874 M.A. 1876. Compounded 26 Oct. 1876.

Richard Abbay. Son of Thomas Abbay, Esq. Born
11 Eeb. 1844, in the parish of Aldborough, Yorkshire.
|E. as 5. of Exeter College 9 April, 1864. First Class
in Mathematics, first Public Examination, Michaelmas
Term 1865. First Class (Math.) second Public Examin-
ation, Trinity Term 1867. B.A. 6 July, 1867. Elected
$J.JF. of Wadham 16 June, 1869 ; Admitted 17 June,
1869. Admitted actual Jf. 1870.

M.A. 1871. Junior Bursar 1870 to 1872. Pcector of
Little Bromley, Essex, 1878. Rector of Earl Soham,
Suffolk, 1880.

Born 11 Feb. 1844. Educated at St Peter's School, York.
Lecturer and Demonstrator in Physical Science, King's College,
London, 1868. Member of the Eclipse Expeditions, 1870 and
1871. Chaplain of Pusselawa, Ceylon, 1872. F.G.S. F.E.A.S.

James Edward Prichard. Second son of Augustus.
Prichard, Esq., M.I). Born at Bristol, aged 20. Ad-
mitted (K. 16 Oct. 1869.

Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1871. Third Class, Classics,
Mods. Michaelmas Term 1871. Third Class, Litt. Hum.
Michaelmas Term 1873. B.A. 1873. B.M. 1879.

Born 25 Sept. 1849. Educated at Clifton College. M.E.C.S.
Eng. and L.S.A. Lond., 1878. House Physician, Universit\ r
College Hospital, 1878. Practising at Bristol ; Medical Officer
of H.M. Prison there.

Philip Alexander Holland. Eldest son of Philip
Holland, Esq., of Swanscoe Park, Macclesfield, Cheshire.
Burn at New Hills, Aberdeenshire, aged 18. Admitted
Or. 16 Oct. 1869.

B.A. 1875. M.A. 1876. Compounded 6 June, 1877.
Educated at Macclesfield Grammar School.



562 WARDEN SYMONS. [1869-70.

George Campbell Ommanney. Second son of Octavius
Ommanney, Esq. Born in the parish of Marylebone,
London, aged 18. Admitted OL 16 Oct. 1869.

Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1870. Third Class, Theology,
Michaelmas Term 1872. B.A. 1872. M.A. 1876.
Name removed 15 June, 1876.

Born 25 Oct. 1850. Educated at Merchant Taylors' School.
Vicar of St Matthew's, Sheffield, 1882.

William Sidney Randall. Eldest son of the Rev. William
Eandall, M.A., of Trinity College, Dublin. Born at
Colton, near Leeds, aged 19. Admitted (ft. 16 Oct.
1869.

Name removed 19 Oct. 1871. Subsequently of Hertford
College. B.A. 1875.

Educated at Westminster. Chaplain to the Forces, 1882.

Arnold Wordsworth Savory. Third son of Joseph
Savory, Esq., of Buckhurst Park, Sonning Hill, Berkshire.
Born at Upper Clapton, Middlesex, aged 19. Admitted
OL 25 Oct. 1869.

B.A. and M.A. 1886.

Educated at Harrow. Proceeded subsequently to St Bees.
Vicar of Worlabye, Line., 1884.

18 7O.

St Leger Algernon Herbert. Eldest son of the late
Frederick Charles Herbert, Commander, E.N. Born at
Kingston, Canada West, aged 19. Elected 5. 6 Dec.
1869. Admitted <E. and &. 29 Jan. 1870.

Eirst Class, Classics, Mods. Trinity Term 1872. Third
Class, Litt. Hum. Trinity Term 1874.

Educated at the Royal Naval School, New Cross. War cor-
respondent of the Morning Post. C.M.G. Killed at the battle
of Abu Kru, 18 Jan. 1885. There is a monument in the
crypt of St Paul's Cathedral, " In memory of the gallant men
who, in the discharge of their duty as special correspondents,
fell in the campaigns in the Soudan."



1870.1 WARDEN SYMONS. f>3

Harry George Grey. Second son of Admiral the Hon.
George Grey. Born at Eaglescarnie, near Haddington,
Scotland, aged 18. Admitted <. 29 Jan. 1870.

Third Class, Classics, Mods. Michaelmas Term 1871.
Second Class, Litt. Hum. Michaelmas Term 1873. B.A.
1873. M.A. 1876. Compounded 22 June, 1876.

Vicar of Holy Trinity, Oxford, 1877 to 1885. Missionary
(C.M.S.) at Quetta, 1887 to 1890.

Robert Burrington Miller. Second son of the Rev.
George Dempster Miller, M.A., of Wadham College.
Born at Woodchurch, near Waken" eld, Yorkshire, aged 16.
Admitted OL 29 Jan. 1870.

Somerscales Exhibitioner. B.A. June, 1873. M.A. June,
1876. Compounded 22 June, 1876.

Born 24 May, 1853. Proceeded to the London College of
Divinity. Vicar of All Saints, Sidmouth, 1883. Vicar of
Christ Church, Winchester, 1890.

George Philip Rowers.

Fourth son of James Henry Nowers, of Etwall, Derby, cler.
Admitted OL 29 Jan. 1870. Clerk 1872 to 1874
Goodridge, Pigott, and Gerard Exhibitioner. Third
Class, Classics, Mods. Michaelmas Term 1871. Third
Class, Litt. Hum. Trinity Term 1874 B.A. 1875. M.A.
1876. Name removed 22 June, 1876.

Educated at Leamington College.
Brother of James E. L. N., 1861.

Samuel Bucknell. Only son of James Bucknell, Esq.
Born at Tredidon St Thomas, near Launceston, Cornwall,
aged 20. Admitted OL 27 April, 1870.

B.A. 1874. M.A. 1877. Name removed 31 May, 1877.

Rector of Howick, Northumb., 1878. Vicar of Newburn,
Xorthumb., 1885. Incumbent of All Saints', Hobart, Tas-
mania, 1890.



564 WARDEN SYMONS. [1870.

Alexander Roberts. Third son of John Boberts, Esq.
Born at Clifton, near Bristol, aged 19. Admitted (ft,
22 April, 1870.

B.A. 1875. M.A. 1876. Compounded 7 Dec. 1876.

Born 28 June, 1850. Rector of Kimberley, Notts, 1878. Vicar
of St Peter, Hereford, 1890. Secretary of the National and
Protestant Union, 1893.

Robert Bibby de Wolf. Eldest son of James Katchford
de Wolf, Esq. Born at Birkenhead, Cheshire, aged 19.
Admitted (ft. 17 June, 1870.

Third Class, Theology, Michaelmas Term 1873. B.A. 1873.
M.A. 1876. Name removed 18 May, 1877.

Born 11 Jan. 1851. Educated at Cheltenham College. Eector
of Georgeham, Devon, 1880 to 1882. Vicar, of Bessingby,
Yorks, 1884. Vicar of St Mary, Sheffield, 1888 to 1893.

Edward Francis Walwyn Foley. Eldest son of the
Eev. Edward Walwyn Foley, M.A., formerly Jf. of
Wadham College (1826). Born at Derby, aged 18. Ad-
mitted (ft. 17 June, 1870.

Third Class, Classics, Mods. Trinity Term 1872. Fourth
Class, History, Michaelmas Term 1873. B.A. 1873.
M.A. 1880.

Educated at Repton.

Claud Brown. Third son of John Wyld Brown, Esq.
Born at Sydney, New South Wales, aged 19. Admitted
(ft. 17 June, 1870.

Fourth Class, Theology, Trinity Term 1873. B.A. 12 June,
1873. M.A. 25 March, 1877. Compounded 24 March,
1877.

Born 2 Aug. 1850. Educated at Highgate School. Proceeded
subsequently to St John's Hall, Highbury. Vicar of Verwood,
Wilts, 1887.
Author of Holy Baptism.

Henry Charnley Richmond. Third son of the late

John Richmond, Esq. Born at Liverpool, aged 19.



1870.] WARDEN SYMONS. 565

Elected &. 6 Dec. 1869. Admitted (ft. and . 14 Oct.
1870.

Hody (Hebrew) Exhibitioner 1874. Name removed 18 Dec.

1877.

Educated at Liverpool College.

Frederick Nutcombe Hume. Fourth son of the Kev.
Charles John Hume, M.A., formerly $. of Wadham
College. Born at Meonstoke, Hants, aged 20. Admitted
(ft. 14 Oct. 1870.

Name removed 28 Oct. 1871.

Educated at Marlborough College.

Charles Frederick Eagles. Eldest son of the Eev.

Charles Lionel Eagles, B.A., of Wadham College (1843).
Born at Clodock, Herefordshire, aged 19. Admitted (ft.
14 Oct. 1870.

Migrated to Brasenose College, 21 Jan. 1871. B.A. 1874.
Educated at Hereford School.

George Henry Denton. Only son of George Bayston
Denton, Esq., Surgeon. Born at Liverpool, aged 19.
Admitted (ft. 14 Oct. 1870.

B.A. 1873.

Educated at Liverpool College.

Arthur John Matthews Martin. Only son of Arthur
Martin, Esq. Born at Evershot, Dorsetshire, aged 19.
Admitted (ft. 14 Oct. 1870.

Name removed 16 March, 1872.

James Henry Deakin. Eldest son of James Henry
Deakin, Esq. Born in Manchester, aged 19. Admitted
(ft. 14 Oct. 1870.

Name removed 19 Dec. 1871.

Called to the Bar (Middle Temple) 1875.



566 WARDEN SYMONS. [1870.

Joseph Robert Diggle. Second son of William Diggle,
Manufacturer. Born at Pendleton, near Manchester.
Admitted OL 14 Oct. 1870.

Goodridge Exhibitioner 1872. First Class, History,
Michaelmas Term 1873. B.A. 1874. M.A. 1877.
Compounded 18 May, 1877.

Born 12 May, 1849. Educated at Manchester Grammar School.
Tutor at the London College of Divinity, 1874. Member of
the London School Board, 1882 ; Chairman, 1885. Formerly
in Holy Orders, but he took advantage of the Clerical Dis-
abilities Eelief Act, 22 May, 1890.

Arthur Robert Bartlett. Third son of the late John
Bartlett, Esq. Born at Tower Hill, London, aged 19.
Admitted OL 14 Oct. 1870.

Third Class, Theology, Trinity Term 1874. B.A. 1874.
M.A. 1877. Name removed 9 Oct. 1877.

Educated at Merchant Taylors' School. Minor Canon, St
Andrew's, Sydney, N.S.W., 1885. Incumbent of St Paul,
Burwood, Sydney, 1887.

John Knox Greenough. Only son of the late Charles
Greenough, Esq. Born at Vere, Jamaica, aged 18. Ad-
mitted (. 14 Oct. 1870.

Name removed 12 Nov. 1873.

Educated at Lancaster Grammar School.

Arthur Noble Clarke. Eldest son of Dr Thomas Clarke,
of Ladyfield, Wilmslow, Cheshire. Born at Leeds, aged
19. Admitted T. 26 Nov. 1870.

Fourth Class, Nat. Science, Michaelmas Term 1874. B.A.
1875. M.A. 1877. Compounded 14 June, 1877.

Charles Blissett Roberts. Eldest son of William P.
lioberts, Esq., Solicitor. Born at Greenheys, Manchester,
aged 20. Admitted <. 26 Nov. 1870.

Name removed 19 March, 1872.

Proceeded subsequently to the Schola Cancellarii, Lincoln.
Vicar of Otteri'ord, Wilts 1885.



1870-71.] WARDEN SYMONS. 567

Herbert Paul Richards. Son of Thomas Eichards,
Printer. Born 15 Oct. 1848, at Kensington, Middlesex.
JE. as at. of Balliol College 13 Oct. 1866. Elected g.
of Balliol 29 Nov. 1866. First Class in literis grsecis et
latinis, first Public Examination, Trinity Term 1868.
First Class in literis humanioribus, second Public Exam-
ination, Trinity Term 1870. B.A. 23 June, 1870. Elected
3JJ.JF. of Wadham, 4 Dec. 1870. M.A. 1873.

Librarian 1871. Humanity Lecturer 1872. Classical
Moderator 1877, 1878, 1886. Public Examiner 1880 to
1881. Proctor 1886.

Educated at Kensington Grammar School.



1871.

John Edmund Melhuish. Second son of John Melhuish,
Esq., Merchant. Born at Croydon, Surrey, aged 19.
JE. as (ft. of Corpus Christi College, June, 1870. Elected
S>. of Wadham 6 Dec. 1870. Admitted <. and &.
20 Jan. 1871.

Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1871. Second Class, Classics,
Mods. Trinity Term 1872. Third Class, Litt. Hum.
Michaelmas Term 1874. B.A. 1875. M.A. 1879.
Compounded 31 May, 1879.

Born 3 Sept. 1851. Educated at Radley College. Assistant
Master, Manchester Grammar School, 1875 ; St Paul's School,

1877.

John Ernest Ringwood. Eldest son of the Eev. Fred-
erick Howe Eingwood, M.A., of Trinity College, Dublin.
Born at Dungannon, County Tyrone, Ireland, aged 19.
Elected . 6 Dec. 1870. Admitted (ft. and . 20 Jan.
1871.

Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1872. Second Class, Classics,
Mods. Michaelmas Term 1872. B.A. 1878. Name re-
moved 29 Sept. 1878.

Educated at the Royal School, Dungarvan.



568 WARDEN SYMONS. [1871.

Roland George Matthew.

Son of David Matthew, Brush Manufacturer. Born in
St Marylebone, London. JE. (St John's) 15 Oct. 1870.
Admitted 5% 20 Jan. 1871. Second Class, Classics,
Mods. Trinity Term 1872. Second Class, Litt. Hum.
Michaelmas Term 1874. B.A. 1875. M.A. 1877.
Compounded 4 April, 1877.

Born 25 Dec. 1851. Educated at Merchant Taylors' School.
Vicar of St Michael's, Wigan, 1881. .

John Ward Baines. Eldest son of the Eev. John Baines,
M.A., of St John's College, Oxford. Born at Hampstead,
London, aged 19. Elected >. 6 Dec. 1870. Admitted
01. 20 Jan. 1871.

Second Class, Math. Mods. Trinity Term 1873. Second
Class, Math. Michaelmas Term 1874. B.A. 1874. Name
removed 9 Feb. 1876.

Educated at Marlborough College. Called to the Bar (Lincoln's
Inn) 10 May, 1876.

Francis Peel Murray. Second son of the Eev. George
William Murray, M.A., of Merton College. Born at
Hands worth, Staffordshire, aged 18. Admitted <JT.
20 Jan. 1871.

B.A. 1874. CT.JE. account closed 1 Jan. 1876.

Born 19 Feb. 1852. Educated at Bromsgrove.
Brother of George S. D. M., 1862.

Edward Aldridge Rust. Only son of James Eust, Esq.,
deceased. Aged 23. Born at Chelmsford, Essex. Ad-
mitted (ft. 20 Jan. 1871.

Name removed Midsummer 1882.

Chaplain to the Forces, 1878 to 1881 ; served in Cyprus.

Frederick Warburton Dunston. Eldest son of the late
Eev. Thomas Warburton Dunston, B.A., of Exeter College.
Born at Donlieud St Mary, Wilts, aged 20. Admitted
OT. 21 Jan. 1871. Jit. 25 Jan.



1871.] WARDEN SYMONS. 569

Hody (Greek) Exhibitioner 1872. First Class, Classics,
Mods. Trinity Term 1873. Third Class, Litt. Hum.
Trinity Term 1875. B.A. 1875.

Called to the Bar (Lincoln's Inn), 7 May 1879.

James Theodore Bent. Only son of James Bent, Esq.
Born at Liverpool, 30 March, 1852. Admitted <.
7 June, 1871.

Second Class, History, Trinity Term 1875. B.A. June,
1875.

Born 30 March, 1852. Educated at Repton.
Author of Genoa: How the Republic rose and fell, 1882; The
Cyclades, Life among the Insular Greeks, 1885 ; The Ruined Cities
of Mashonaland, 1891.

Alfred Thomas Ryan. Third son of the Eight Eev.
William Vincent Eyan, D.D., late Bishop of Mauritius.
Born at Highbury, Middlesex, 27 Nov. 1852. Admitted
Or. 7 June, 1871.
B.A. 1875. Name removed 6 July, 1875.

Vicar of Gorton, Suffolk, 1884. Vicar of Aldingfleet, Yorks,

1888.

Brother of Vincent J. R., 1867.

Arthur Augustus Whitelocke Bright Smith. Eldest
son of the Eev. George Augustus Smith, B.A., of Wadham
College. Born at Crambe, near Malton, Yorkshire,
24 Dec. 1852. Admitted OL 7 June, 1871.
Became an unattached student 20 Oct. 1874; re-admitted
4 Oct. 1876. Name removed 27 Jan. 1877.

Educated at St Peter's School, York.

Robert Birkley Forrester. Eldest son of Eobert
Birkley Forrester, Esq. Born at Myla, near Falmouth,
28 Sept. 1852. Admitted OT. 7 June, 1871.

Third Class, Jurisprudence Michaelmas Term 1874. B.A.
1875. M.A. 1878. Name removed 23 May, 1878.

Educated at Marlborough College. Vicar of St John's, Wolvur-
hampton, 1880.



570 WARDEN SYMONS. [1871.

Henry Field. Third son of Algernon Sydney Field, Esq.,
Solicitor. Born at Blackdown Hill, near Leamington,
Warwickshire, 1 Dec. 1853. Admitted <. 7 June, 1871.

Fourth Class, History, Trinity Term 1874. B.A. 1874.
Name removed 29 Oct. 1874.

Educated at Rugby.

Harold Brierly. Fourth son of James Brierly, Esq. Born
at Eochdale, Lancashire, 2 April, 1852. Admitted (*L
13 Oct. 1871.

Third Class, History, Trinity Term 1875. B.A. 1875.
M.A. 1879. Name removed 12 June, 1879.

Educated at Rugby. Chaplain of St Catherine's Hospital,
Ledbury, 1882. Vicar of Upper Bullinghope, Heref., 1885.
Rector of Ribbesford, Wore., 1893.
Brother of Joseph H. B., 1859.

Henry Studdy Theobald.

Second son of William Theobald. Born at Calcutta, in the
East Indies. Elected Jf. of Wadham 1871. Jfc.
(Balliol) 13 Oct 1866, aged 19. Taylorian Scholar 1868.
First Class, Classics ; Second Class, Math. Mods. Trinity
Term 1868. First Class, Litt. Hum. Trinity Term 1870.
Senior Bursar 1881. Examiner in Jurisprudence 1884.
Kesigned Jf. on marriage.

Educated at Rugby. Called to the Bar (Inner Temple) 1873.




ADDITIONS TO PART I.

FASTI.

Page xxii. 12 Jan. 16#. A great storm of which Wood
notes that " it blew down the battlements of
Wadhani College, and the painted windows of
the Chapel there."



Page 8. Daniel Estcot, Vicar of Southrop 1633, apparently
till his death in 1644.

Page 10. Richard Puleston, Vicar of Southrop 1617 to 1623.

Page 10. Ralph Flexney, |E. at Oriel, aged 13. (Shadwell.)

Page 11. William Payton, Vicar of Southrop 1623 to 1633.

Page 12. John Swadell..

One of this name was appointed Vicar of Muclford,
Somerset, in 1649, when he is described as A.M.

(Weaver.)

Page 12. Gilbert Stokes.

The inventory for proving his will in the Chancellor's
Court bears date 30 Oct. 1654. (Griffiths.)

Page 15. William Bos well.

The will of William Bosvile, D.C.L., was proved in
the Vice-Chancellor's Court, 22 Oct. 1678. Wood
remarks that he was " the last living member of
Wadhani Foundation."

Page 20. John Flemmyng.

The administration bond of his will, with inventory
and accounts, are found in the Chancellor's Court,
dated 12 May, 1617. (Griffiths.)



572 ADDITIONS TO PART I.

Page 22. Knollys. William Knollys, B.A. 5 July, 1611,
M'.A. 2 May, 1614.

Probably grandfather of Robert K., 1662.

Page 25. Francis Sawyer.

Probably Minister of Yattenden, Berks (JFoocfs Life
and Times, I. 137).

Page 25. Hugh Halswell. JK. (Hart Hall) 7 July, 1612.

Somerset, mil. fil. set. 14. B.A. (All Souls)

25 Oct. 1616. M.A. 3 June, 1619. Proctor,
1627.

Vicar of Wembdon, Som., 22 March, 1622. Rector of
Lympsham, Som., 5 Nov. 1627.

Page 36. Thomas Gower. Eborab. read Eborac.

Page 39. Brewer. Subscribed 23 April, 1613.

Vicar of Gussage, All Saints, 12 April, 1625. Rector
of Critchell, Dorset, 1632, sequestered 1645. (Hutchins.)

Page 45. Eobert Eainsford.

City Lecturer at Carfax, 1628.

Page 46. Henry Jeames. Subscribed 4 Nov. 1614. (F.)

Page 46. Philip Quicke. Subscribed 23 April, 1613. (F.)

" Vicar of Quethiocke, Corn., 1617 ; Vicar of Morthoe,
Devon, 1631." (F.)

Page 48. Francis Langworth. JE. (Hart Hall) 3 Oct. 1617.
Somerset, doctoris fil. at. 19.

"? Buried at Wilmington, Sussex, 8 June, 1688."
(F.)

Pago 49. Norris Buckocke.

Vicar of Mitcham, Surrey, 12 Jan. 16j]. Died (ap-
parently) s.jj., and was buried there 30 Aug. 1657,
fined 53.



ADDITIONS TO PART I. 573

Page 50. William Blake.

" Chirographer to the Court of Common Pleas, in
which office Robert Blake was associated with him at
some time prior to 1635." (Warden's MSS.)

Page 52. William Johnson. JH. (Christ Church) 31 May,
'1616. Stafford, pleb. fil. set. 21. B.A. 15 June,
1616. (F.)

Page 55. Robert Waller. Subscribed the articles, 10 Nov.
1620.

Page 57. William Turner.

Born at Barrington, Som. Buried at Richmond,
Surrey, 15 Oct. 1670.

Page 59. Edwin Sandys.

Evidently he was wounded in the skirmish at Powyk
Bridge (outside Worcester), 23 Sept. 1642.

Page 64. Ignatius Jordan,

Presented by his uncle, Sir Simon Baskerville, M.D.,
to Cranham, in Essex ; to whom also Sir S. B. left his
books on divinity in his will (1641). Cousin of
Richard Baskerville, p. 130.

Page 65. Robert Hackett. |K. (Hart Hall) 5 Dec. 1617.
Gloucestr. pleb. fil. ret. 17.

Page 65. Robert Jessop. JE. (Exeter) 13 Dec. 1615.
Dorcestr. pleb. fil. set. 20.

Rector of Kilve, Somerset, 12 Feb. 1826. (Jeffery
alias Jessop.)

Page 69. Francis Palmes.

" A man of known courage and metal ; " was second
to Lord Newcastle in a proposed duel with Lord



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