Exeter College (University of Oxford).

Registrum Collegii exoniensis. Register of the rectors, fellows, and other members on the foundation of Exeter college, Oxford. With a history of the college and illustrative documents online

. (page 25 of 61)
Online LibraryExeter College (University of Oxford)Registrum Collegii exoniensis. Register of the rectors, fellows, and other members on the foundation of Exeter college, Oxford. With a history of the college and illustrative documents → online text (page 25 of 61)
Font size
QR-code for this ebook


John Anger, corn. adm. 30 June 1470, vac. autumn 1477 ; deter-
mined as B.A. autumn 1471, M.A. ; winter 1476 ' i'ms v'md a M. Anger
pro aliquibus bonis M. Thomas sibi venditis ' ; ' nid a M. Anger pro
uno libro sciencie medicinalis M. Thomas.' William of Worcester
123 ' dominus Johannes Anger fuit vicarius Magistri Michaelis
Trewynnard ' (provost of Glasney). Was the name Auger ?

William Jane (Jaan), dev. adm. 30 June 1470, vac. autumn 1479 ;
M.A. ; resident 1482; executor for Rector Mylplaysh 1478, and .''for
Thomas Hawkins 1482 ; R. of Exminster, d. 1500; gave the College
£3 6s. 8d. in summer 1500; Eccl. Ant. ii. 25.

Roger Page, dev. adm. 21 Dec. 1471, vac. autumn 1474.

Walter Coose or Couse, dev. adm. 27 June 1472, vac. Lent 1488;
Chaplain autumn 1478; M.A., Principal of Llart Hall 1478, i486;
see Clifton Ferry deed 1493.

John Ro"we, dev. winter 1475 to Lent 1490; still B.A. in Oct.
1479; M.A., in orders.

Thomas Symon (Symon senior), dev. winter 1475 to summer
1483; determined as B.A. autumn 1477, M.A., in orders: a Thomas
Symons was V. of Bishop's Tawton, Devon 9 Dec. 1489, d. 1518;
Eccl. Ant. iii. 19.

John Smythe, sar., adm. 18 Nov. 1475, vac. Lent 1490; M.A.,
D.D., Rector 1485-87 ; Canon of St. Paul's 13 Feb. 148I.

William Merifeld, corn., adm. 18 Nov. 1475, vac. winter 1482;
determined as B.A. summer 1474 ; M.A. 6 Oct. 1479, Rector 1479-80 ;
V. of Bodmin 1489, d. 1494; winter 1479 ' M. Babb celebranti pro
M. Myryfyld iii^.' See Clifton Ferry deed 1493.

James Babbe, Dev. adm. 30 Jan. I47f, M.A. by Oct. 1479 ; in
orders; Principal of Hart Hall 1482 ; Proctor 1483 ; Rector 1482-84 ;
(?) d. winter 1485 of the sweating sickness.

Note. — Bodl. MS. 42 once belonged to Exeter College. It contains a MS. of
beginning of 14, and one of beginning of 15 century. 'Liber Magistri J. CoUis
emptus a domino W. Palett, A.D. 1472, precium vii^ .... haec est caucio
M. Babbe, M. Merefeld, et Johannis Mane, excepta in Cista Germeyne in v die
mensis Octobris a.d. mcccyix (^^V), et est liber cum diversis contentis, 2" folio



46 REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE. [1476

Ecclesie et habet 2 supplementa, primum e byblia 2° folio Edisserunt, 2™ supple-
mentnm est liber Januensis 2" folio N'tc ligaturam, et iacet pro xh-iiij viii^ ....
Item lego collegio Exon. librum in pergameno scriptum continentem tabnlam
Nicholai de Lira super bibliam et cum ceteris, et volo quod transeat in communi

electione librorum. Teste Ricardo Smyth Ex legacione M. Jacobi Babbe.

.... volo quod restituatur . . . . de electione Smale.' It contains an Alpha-
betum Graecum Nnmerale, folios 281-2 are written phtmdeo stilo.

Thomas Lawry, Corn. adm. 16 Nov. 1476, vac. autumn 1484;
determined as B.A. Lent 1476, M.A. 1479, in orders; a Thomas
Lawry was R. of Washfield, Devon 8 Oct. 1460, Eccl. Ant. i. 138.
See Clifton Ferry deed 1493.

John Mayne (Maan), dev. autumn 1477. vac. Lent 1489; a John
Mane was R. of S. Tudy before 1498, and V. of S. Kew 21 Oct. 1500,
both in Cornwall; d. 1523; INIaclean ii. 98, iii. 314; summer 1480
* xv^ a Johanne Mane datis ad fabricam cerii Paschalis ' (it cost 1 8
pence); Coll. Corn. 547.

Richard Palmer, dev., adm. 30 INIay 1478, then transferred to
the Chaplaincy, vac. autumn 1491; determined as B.A. summer
1478, M.A.

Thomas Ruer (Rewer), sar., adm. 4 Mch 1479-, vac. autumn 1491 ;
determined as B.A. Lent 1478, M.A. ; Rector 1487-88; in orders, so
stated in a deed concerning Peyntour alias Culver Hall 28 Jan. 148I.

John Frendship, dev., adm. 4 Mch 147^, vac. Lent 1487 ; held
a Chantry at Windsor, d. before Oct. 1509, F. F. (Bodl.) p. 2 /5; Gutch
i. 514. See Clifton Ferry deed 1493.

— Saunders, corn., adm. 19 June 1479, vac. Lent i486.

Richard Symon (Symon junior), dev., adm. 20 Nov. 1479, vac.
summer 1483; a Richard Symon determined as B.A. summer 1469.

Richard Panter, corn., adm. 20 Nov. 1479, vac. winter 1494;
M.A., Rector 1488 — 20 Dec. 1494; Principal of Hart Hall 1488;
V. of Menheniot, Cornwall, dead in 1513 ; Coll. Top. et Gen. i. 241.

Richard Roberd, or Roberts (often called Robyns), Corn., adm.
22 June 1482, vac. autumn 1498; Rector Lent — autumn 1495; sup.
B.C.L. 24 Jan. 150" ; Eccl. Ant. ii. 29.

Peter Carsley (Casely, Caslay), Dev., adm. 5 July 1483, vac. Lent
1487; M.A,, D.D., Proctor 1488; canon of Exeter, V. of IMenheniot
before 1513; V. of Broad Clyst, Devon, d. 1536, Eccl. Ant. i, 126;
executor to William Holcomb 1499; Monast. Exon. 48, 278; State
Papers 1531 p. 6. Acts of Congregation 15 INIch 1505^ ' supplicat
Petrus Caseley sacrc theologie professor quatenus sccum gratiose
dispensctur pro generalibus jirocessionilnis, (U'posicionibus, et ronvoca-



1488] REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE. 47

tionibus nisi nominatim vocctur. Hoc est conlatum conditionatc quod
solvatxk/adfabricamdomusCongregacionis'; aSMch 151 1 'dccrctum
est quod M. Doctor Carseley reciperet excrescencias caucionis sue
vendite ex Cista de Langton, quia repertum est in registro Cisle de
renovacione illius caucionis et vendicionis eiusdem.'

(? William) Edwards or Edwardys, sar., adm. 19 Dec. 1483, vac.
Lent i486; M.A., in orders, mentioned winter 1489: a William
Edwardys, M.A., sup. B.D. 26 May 1506; a W. E., R. of Owre
Moyne, Dorset 15 June 1515, res. 152 1, Hutchins i. 460.

William Forde, dev., adm. 31 Jan. 148!^, vac. autumn 1498 ; M.A.,
V. of Yeovil 1519; Lent 1529 'xxiis \\d a M. Stockton ex legacione
vicarii de Yevyll quondam socii huius Collegii ' ; summer 1529
* xv\\s v\d de executoribus vicarii de Evyl, quondam huius loci socii
quos nobis per testamentum dedit'; autumn 1529 ' iiii^ in expensis
super M. Stockden.' A William Forde was V. of S. Clement's,
Cornwall 1503.

John Atwell, dev., adm. 17 Mch 148^, vac. winter 1500; M.A.,
Rector 1495-99 '■> 4 marks were received from his executors in winter

1503-

— Fletcher, adm. 3 June i486, vac. summer 1487.

John Jolliffe, corn., adm. 16 Dec. i486, vac. autumn 1499; M.A.,
Proctor 1493; in orders. Lent 1522 'xiii^ pro vino dato M. Jolyff
quondam huius collegii socio.' Hutchins iii. 374, 633.

John Hicks, Dev., adm. 16 Dec. i486, vac. Lent 1499 ; M.A., in
orders, resident 1506; one of the name was R. of Exminster 2 Sep.
1500 and d. 1527; another, V. of Newton S. Cyres 27 Sep. 1513,
d. 1523, Eccl. Ant. ii. 25, 69. Acts of Congregation 21 May 1505
' supplicat M. Joannes Hyckes M.A., quatenus non teneatur interesse
generalibus processionibus, causa est quia habet quandam egritudinem.
Hec est concessa simpliciter ' ; 26 June 1505 'supplicat M. Johannes
Hyckes M.A., quatenus cum eo graciose dispensetur pro omnibus
exequiis cum quibus potest congregacio dispensare, et pro omnibus
convocacionibus cancellarii et procuratorum nisi fuerit nominatim
vocatus. Hec est concessa simpliciter.'

Walter Dudman, Dev. Lent 1488 to winter 1500; M.A., Warden
of Ottery, Devon 16 Oct. 1518, d. 1525; Monast. Exon. 261.

Peter Druett or Dreweyt, Dev. Lent 1488 to autumn 1498 ; V. of
S.Thomas' near Exeter 2 Aug. 1506, res. 15 1|, Eccl. Ant. i. 57 ;
rented College rooms 1517-22. Hist. Comm. v. 603.

— Grede, or Greyde, Dev., adm. 29 Mch 1488, vac. autumn 1501 ;



48 REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE. [1488

M.A., in orders; summer 15 10 'vis wind a dono I\L Grade per manus
M. Doctoris Mychell.'

John Trotte, Chapl., adm. 29 Mch 1488, d. autumn 151 2 ; M.A.,
Principal of Hart Hall 1495; B.D. 13 Dec. 1506; autumn 1489
' memorandum quod a quadam bursa in Cista ablate fuerunt per
Rectorem iiii// date a domino Johanne Trott, expendende in bene-
ficium nostrum de Wytenham Comitis ex consensu sociorum pro
reparacione orii [=horrei] in dicto beneficio, circa quam repara-
cionem expenduntur, prout patet ex speciali compotu coram sociis
inde facto i'nh' iid o5., remanent in dicta bursa xixs ixd oL'

— Brendon, Dev., adm. 30 Oct. 1489, vac. winter 1490; in
orders; winter 1494 ' iiii^ pro comunis domini Brendon in tempore
vacacionis ex decreto sociorum.'

John Goldyng, corn, autumn 1490 to autumn 1501; M.A., in
orders; autumn 1527 ' iuid pro vino dato M. Goldyng in Londino,
niid pro vectura vestium sacerdotalium ex dono M. Goldyn in
Cornubia'; mentioned autumn 1531, and winter 1543. Newcourt
ii. 275. He gave the College £20 in 1524.

William Glover, dev., adm. 5 Nov. 1490, vac. autumn 1501 ;
M.A., in orders; Principal of Hart Hall 1496; one of those who
received Henry VII's injunctions 1499 against scholars hunting in
forests of Shotover, Stow, &c., Gutch i. 658 ; a William Glovier was
V. of Colyton, Devon 14 Oct. 1508, Eccl. Ant. ii. 7.

Thomas Tremayne, dev., adm. 25 June 1491, vac. autumn 1504 ;
? s. Nicholas, by Joan d. and h. of Sir John Dodscomb, Visit. Corn. 616 ;
M.A., Rector 1502-3; V. of Witheridge, Devon 15 Feb. 15 17, d.
152 1, Eccl. Ant. i. 191.

Thomas Michell, Corn., adm. 16 June 1492 'dominus,' vac.
autumn 1501; Rector 1499-1501; D.D. 13 Dec. 1506, Commissary
(Vice-Chancellor) 1509-10; canon of Exeter and of Wells, warden
of Ottery 27 July 1513, V. of Ipplepen 24 June 1513-1533, R- of
Kenne 21 Dec. 1517, d. 1533; Wood's Fasti i. 19, 26, 28; Monast.
Exon. 261 and Suppl. 26, Eccl. Ant, i. 39; Lent 1534 'vis vind pro
exequiis doctoris Mychyll ' ; Hutchins i. p. Ixv.

— Chubbe or Chubbys, dev., adm. 20 Oct. 1492, vac. autumn
1498; in orders; a William Chubbe res. the R. of S. Leonard's,
Exeter 1503; Eccl. Ant. i. 166.

William Toker (Tucker), dev., adm. 27 Nov. 1495, vac. winter
1499; B.D. 10 Feb. 151.}, disp. 21 Oct. 1527 because lame; Lent
1496 ' x'uUd pro asseribus, clavis, et operc unius carpcntarii facionlis



1500] REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE. 49

lectum et panniplicium in camera domini Willelmi Toker/ &c. ;
admin, of his goods 16 Jan. 1529, Griffiths 62, Monast. Exon. 278.

William Ewen or Ewyng (Yewan), sar., adm. winter 1497 ; I\LA.,
Principal of Hart Hall 25 Oct. 1 503-1 506; killed in a riot between
Northern and Southern scholars in front of S. Mary's 8 Aug. 1506.
Archbishop Warham had difficulty in saving the University from
losing its privileges on this account ; Gutch i. 664 ; Hutchins ii.

633-4-

John Rugge or Rigge, Dev., adm. 30 June 1498, vac. winter
1503; M.A., Rector 1501-2; Principal of Hart Hall 1501-3 and
then in orders; see a. 1505.

James Michell, Corn., adm. 30 June 1498, vac. autumn 1511;
M.A.

William Bery or Bury, Dev., adm. 10 Nov. 1498, vac. winter
1508; M.A., in orders, Rector 1506-8.

John Elys, dev., adm. 8 June 1499, vac. autumn 1501 ; probably
a law student ; autumn 1501 ' remanent in manibus domini Johannis
Elys nuper socii de bonis Collegii xxxvs iiid ob! ; summer 1503 'xii</
]\L Elys pro consilio circa composicionem de Mayhenett.'

Gerens (Gerendus) Raffe, Corn., adm. 29 June 1499, vac. autumn
151 1 ; Rector 1503-4 ; Acta Congregationis 13 Dec. 1506 'supplicat
M. Gerendus Rafe M.A, et scolaris sacre theologie quatenus studium
1 2 annorum in logicis philosophicis et theologicis una cum responsione
in novis scolis sibi sufficiat ut admittatur ad lecturam libri Sententiarum.
Hec est concessa conditionate quod bis opponat ante gradum et semel
predicet post gradum preter formam'; B.D. 30 Jan. 150^; R. of
Alphington, Devon 12 May (? Mch) i5if, d. Ap. 1529 ; Eccl. Ant. i.
75. A full pardon was granted to Gerard Rauff or Rafe, Rector, and
the Scholars of the College, for all possible crimes committed before
23 Ap. I Henry VIII (1509) : it is on two large skins, the Great Seal
is lost.

John Parkhouse, Dev., adm. (? 24) Jan. 1500, vac. winter 1519 ;
Principal of Hart Hall 1506-10; Custos of Audley Chest, July 1510;
B.A. 3 July 1506, M.A. 7 June 1510 (Parkehuste) ; canon of Exeter,
R. of Manston, Dorset 18 July 1531-1547, Hutchins iii. 76, Wood's
Fasti i. 15. William Parkhouse (State papers 11 Mch 1536 p. 238)
lie. to exchange Combe in Tynhead, Sampford Courtenay, Clare
portion in Tiverton, and V. of Sidbury, which he held by certain
dispensations, for other incompatible benefices; d. 154 1, Harding's
Tiverton iv. 38; Acta Congregationis 6 Feb. 150^ 'supplicat



50 REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE. [1500

M. Guilelmus Parkhouse MA. et scolaris in medicinis quatenus
studium decern annorum in logicis philosophicis et medicinis cum
lectura publica libri Prognosticorum Hipocratis et carminum Egidii
de Urinis sibi sufficiat ut admittatur ad lecturam alicuius libri eiusdem
facultatis, qua admissione habita possit admitti ad incipiendum in
eadem facultate. Hec est concessa conditionate quod procedat ante
festum S. Johannis Baptiste proximum. Alia quod legat librum
Regiminis Acutorum ante gradum susceptum.' Summer 1541 ' xIj
pro asportatione legatorum Willelmi Parkhows'; Computus 1544
'memorandum quod solvebam pro obitu M. Parkouse 30 anno 15
sociis duobus sacerdotibus vs nd' ; 1545 'quarto anno 14 sociis
3 sacerdotibus iiiij xi^.' Oriel Reg. i June 1 5 1 9 Mr. William Parkhouse
allowed to be ' communarius apud nos et sedere in mensa communi
nobiscum pro tempore quo nunc est permansurus in Universitate.'

(? Christopher) Barons, adm. 17 Dec. 1500, vac. autumn 1509 ; in
orders; probably the Christopher Barons M.A. 8 Mch i5o|.

John Hol^well, dev., adm, 22 Jan. 150^, vac. autumn 1508;
M.A., B.D. 1500, Principal of Black Hall near Hart Hall 1505,
Wood's City i. 596 ; res. V. of Bodmin 151 6 ; Canon of Exeter, V. of
Okehampton 1536, Preb. of Crediton 1536, living 1557; a John
Holwell was V. of Tedburn, Devon, and of Stoke Gabriel, Devon
26 Ap. 1528, but res. 1528, Monast. Exon. 85, 86: State Papers
1532 p. 733; Wood's Fasti i. 4 ; Eccl. Ant. i. 212, ii. 157, 161, 166,
174, 181; Maclean i. 147; W. Antiq. xi. 100. Winter 1557 'xxd
a M. Holwell (? the same) pro sumptibus Letherne (.''), olim scolaris
huius Collegii, ante oeconomo nostro Paw, nunc nobis ex compositione
quadam [made in 1557] debitis; \\s a M. Martyn pro expensis Drew
scolaris huius Collegii ex eadem compositione nobis debitis,'

Richard Duck, or Doke (? Duke, Visit. Devon 311), Dev., adm.
12 June 1501, vac. summer 1515; M.A., Proctor 1509; adm. B.D.
19 June 151 5, D.D. 1516; Vice-Chancellor 15 17-19; rented College
rooms 1518-20, Chaplain to Wolsey, Canon of Exeter, Archdeacon
of Salisbury 1536, Preb. of Wells 1537; present at opening of
Henry VIII's Divorce case ; Proctor for Salisbury in Convocation of
1529, d. before 2 Aug. 1539; Wood's Fasti a, 1509, 151 6, 1517;
Gutch ii, 10; Wilkins' Concilia iii. 737, Pocock's Burnet iv. 288;
Univ. Reg. p, 297 on 10 July 15 10 he offered caution for Laurence
Hall, with John King and George Taylar as securities, Wood's City
i. 594; State Papers 31 May 1529 and iv, p, 2699; summer 1528
' Wd tabellario ad tradendum literas 1\I, doctori Doke, 'wd pro cirpis



1504] REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE. 51

pro camera INI. Doctoris Doke ' ; autumn 1539 'xi</pro concathenatione
libri quem domini Dook et Pollerd dedere bibliothece nostre.'
Turner p. 11.

— Way, corn., adm. 30 June 1501, vac. Lent 1505; M.A. ;
a John Way was R. of Trevalga, Cornwall 1538, and married 5 Jan.
15^; Thomas Waye and Nicholas Andrew were monks at Glaston-
bury, Dugdale's Monast. i. 9 ; and Glastonbury often occurs in the
Computi; Univ. Reg. i. 289, 293 — Way, M.A. 1505.

— Andrew, corn., autumn 1501 to autumn 1506; a John Andrew
was V. of Gluvias, Cornwall 1536; another John Andrew V. of
Bideford 16 Ap. 1524, d. 1547, Eccl. Ant. iii. 41 ; a William Andrew
R. of Powderham d. i5if, Eccl. Ant. i. 28, see ii. 172, 190; a
Thomas Andrew V. of Barnstaple 25 Sep. 1526, d. 1528, Eccl. Ant,
iii. 30. Thomas Androw or Andrews was adm. B.C.L. 4 July 151 3,
? the Fellow.

Richard Northcot, dev., adm. 25 Feb. 150^, vac. autumn 151 1 ;
M.A. 10 June 1506; V. of Wittenham 151 1; winter 1521 'iiii// xiiij
iiii</ accomodatis M. Norcot ex consensu maioris partis sociorum.'
Acta Congregationis 10 Feb. i5of 'supplicat dominus Ricardus
Northcott B.A. quatenus studium trium annorum in eadem facultate
cum novem responsionibus, 2^bus apud fratres Augustinenses, 2^^^ in
quodlibetis, 2^bus in formalibus disputationibus, cum duabus in duabus
quadragesimis sibi sufficiat ad incipiendum in eadem. Hec est con-
cessa conditionate quod bis disputet preter formam post gradum
susceptum.'

Symon Todde, sar., summer 1502 to autumn 15 14; M.A. 7 Nov.
1508, in orders ; Rector (perhaps 12 Ap. 1511, and) 15 12 to summer
1514; Gustos of 'Exeter Chest ' in the University July 15 10; Lent
1527 ' viiicf pro jantaculo dato M. Tode in aula.'

Thomas Mede, adm. 17 Dec. 1503, vac. summer 1518 ; B.A. 3 July
1506, I\LA. 8 May 1509. Acta Congregationis 18 May 1505 (Univ.
Reg. 290) ' supplicat Thomas Meede scolaris artium quatenus tres anni
in ordinariis, cum una magna vacatione, cum responsione unius bacal-
larii in quadragesima sibi sufificiant etc. Hoc est conlatum condi-
tionate quod determinet proxima quadragesima et bis intret preter
formam.' Principal of Hart Hall 15 10-14, Guardian of Queen's
Chest July 1510; Senior (southern) Proctor 1513 ; Rector 1 514-15
and 1516-18; V. of Menheniot ; dead in 1529.

James James or Jamys, dev., only occurs autumn 1504 ; M.A.

William Kingdon, Corn., adm. 20 Oct. 1504, vac. winter 15 14.

E 2



52 REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE. [1505

Acta Congregationis 25 June 1506 'supplicat Willelmus Kyngdon
scolaris artium quatenus studium 401" annorum, cum tribus magnis
vacationibus, sibi sufficiat etc. Hec est concessa conditionate quod
determinet proxima quadragesima ' ; B.A. 3 July 1506, M.A. 8 May
1 509, in orders ; auditor of Rothbury Chest and Guardian of Queen's
Chest summer 1513; R. of Endellion, Cornwall 19 May 1533, res.
1534 ; Maclean i. 492.

John Rugge or Rigge, Dev., summer 1505 to autumn 1519. Acta
Congregationis 24 May 1506 ' supplicat Joannes Rigge scolaris artium
quatenus studium trium annorum in hac universitate, cum responsione
uni bacallario ultima quadragesima sibi sufficiat ut admittatur ad
lecturam etc. Hec est concessa conditionate quod bis intret preter
formam proxima quadragesima' ; B.A. 3 July 1506, M.A. 8 INIay 1509,
sup. B.D. II July 15 19; auditor of Dunkam Chest 151 5; Rector
i5i5~i6; ? V. of S. Thomas, Exeter 26 Ap. 1528, and treasurer of
Crediton, d. 1537, Executor John Bery, fellow 1526; Eccl. Ant. i. 54,
57, ii. 78, 160, 168, See a. 1498.

John James or Jamys, dev., adm. 26 May 1506, vac. Lent 1520 ;
B.A. 12 Feb. i5of, M.A. 10 Oct. 151 1, in orders; auditor of Queen's
Chest summer 1513; autumn 1520 ' iiij v'md a M. Johanne Jamys
et Henrico Tregassy pro 20^"^ coclearibus promptuarii deperditis.'
A previous John James, Canon, was residing in autumn 1504.

Thomas Davy or Davyd, Corn., summer 1507 to winter 15 13;
M.A,, in orders, probably the Thomas Davyd who had leave to incept
8 May 1509 with Mede, Kingdon, and Rugge; summer 1509 'pro
factura studii in camera M. Davyth xxd.'

Nicholas Smale, corn., summer 1508 to Lent 1516; B.A. 12 Feb.
i5of, M.A. 10 Oct. 1512; auditor of Fen (Vienna) Chest 1513;
collated to R. of Thenford, Northants 1524, but renounced, R. of
Wappenham 1525, Canon of Lincoln 1526; R. of Clyst S. George,
Devon 1536, d. 1553, Eccl. Ant. i. 154.

Thomas Irish, dev., adm. 18 Nov. 1509, vac. summer 151 6 ; B.A.
2 July 1509, M.A. 10 Oct. 1512, in orders; auditor of Shelten and
Warwyke Chests summer 151 3; Principal of Hart Hall 26 Nov.
1514-1522, Proctor 1517.

John Moreman, Dev., adm. 29 June 1510, res. 6 Nov. 1522
(Simon Atkins was candidate for the fellowship ; and Hugh Oldham,
Bishop of Exeter, irritated at his not being elected, founded two
fellowships for the diocese of Exeter at Corpus 151 7 instead of at
Exeter, Gutch iii. 393, Fowler's Corpus 382); b. Souihhole near



I5II] REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE. 53

Hartland, B.A. 29 Jan. 150^, M.A. 10 Oct, 15 12, sup. B.D. 2 Aug.
1524 ; D.D. 16 Dec. 1529; auditor of Dunkam Chest 1513, Guardian
of Nele and Cycester Chests 1519 ; Principal of Hart Hall 1522-27;
V. of Midsomer Norton, Som. 15 16; R. of Holy Trinity, Exeter
25 Sep. 1 528-1 529, V. of Menheniot 25 Feb. 1529 (valued at
£21 15J. 5</. in 1536, Eccl. Ant. ii. 184 : 188 Preb. of Glasney, valued
at £1 6s.); Canon of Exeter 19 June 1544 (and said to have been
Dean), V. of Colebrooke, Devon 25 Oct. 1546. He disputed against
the Protestants in Convocation Oct. 1553 (Foxe v. 178, Froude ed.
1 860 vi. 115, Dixon iv. 78, 80, 90, 91 ): Acts of Privy Council N. S.
iv. 63 letters to dean and chapter of Excester to restore and allowe to
Doctour Morman and Crispin, prisoners in the Tower, theyr porcyon
of theyr dividentes of theyr prebendes within the churche of Excester,
so as they may therewith pay theyr dietes and fees in the Tower,
29 May 1552 ; again iv. 243 ; living on 20 May 1554 (South Petherwin
deed at Ex. Coll.), but d. before Aug. 1554, N. and Gleanings v. i6,
55; State Papers 1531 p. 6, 2 Mch 1534; Pocock's Burnet v. 374,
601; Athense ii. 82-83, Bibl. Corn. 369-70, 1288, Nat. Biog.
Computus of winter 1 5 1 5 ' viiid a M. Moremane pro scolari suo Baron
pro stipendio camera sue pro uno termino'; summer 1527 'xIj a M.
Moreman pro Aula Cervina, vij pro Aula Nigra'; winter 1547 'xx.r
a M. Moreman ex legatis M. Trehaux' (the Trehawks lived at
Menheniot, Visit. Corn. 574), 'iiii^pro asportatione xxj a M. Trehaux';
summer 1548 'xx.r sociis ex legatione M. Trehaux in Cornubia';
College Reg. 24 Oct. 1554 'recepi omnia Augustini opera ex dono
magistri et doctoris Moorman.'

William Smythe, Sar., adm. 26 June 1511, vac. winter 1521 ; sup.
B.A. 8 Ap. 151 1 ; M.A. 5 Nov. 1515; sup. B.D. 30 Nov. 1526;
Rector 15 19-21, priest of S. Thomas' in SaUsbury, State Papers
II Nov. 1533; living 1557; Warton 9; winter 1543 'iiii^ pro vino
et piris datis M. Smythe.'

John Waryn, or Warren, corn., adm. 26 June 1511, vac. summer
1520; B.A. 31 Jan. i5i§, M.A. 5 Nov. 1515, in orders; bursar 1520;
R. of Lifton, Devon, and R. of Roche and V. of Altarnon, Cornwall
1536, Eccl. Ant. ii. 180, 183, 186 ; a John Waryn was V. of S. Issey,
Cornwall 3 Sep. 151 7; a John Waryn had been R. of Menheniot
14 1 1, and Canon of Exeter 23 June 1419, Stafford's Reg. 169,
R. LC. 1879 P- 223, N. and Gleanings i. 12; autumn 1517 'xvi^/
ex M. Warryn pro scolaribus suis pro ultimo termino'; summer 1520
' \s \\\\d a M. Waryn pro camera domini Shelston scolaris sui pro 2"i'"s



54 REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE. [1511

terminis, xvid a M. Waryn pro camera domini Ashely pro dimidio
anni.'

Thomas Vyvyan, Corn., autumn 1511 to autumn 1520 ; sup. B.A,
20 June 151 1 ; M.A. 5 Nov. 15 15, Guardian of Cycester Chest 1519,
in orders; Rector 27 Mch 15 18 — 8 Oct. 1519; ? that younger
brother of Thomas Vyvyan, prior of Bodmin 1507, also called
Thomas who was V. of Bodmin 27 Nov. 1516, Maclean i. 133, 147;
if so, four fellows of Exeter were Vicars in succession, William
Merifield, John Holwell, Thomas Vyvyan, Sir John Dagle ; autumn
1 51 5 'xs de Priore de Bodimonia pro cubiculo suo pro duobus
terminis'; autumn 1517 'iii^ iiiid ex M. Vyvyon pro una de scolis
nostris pro dimidio anno, viii^ ex eodem M. Vyvyon pro cubiculo in
quo iacebat scolaris suus Tankerd pro uno termino ' [Sir Thomas
dictus Tankarde d. 15 Mch 132^, Stapeldon's Reg. 184 ; Stafford 437,
443, 450]; summer 1522 ' xxvj' \\\\d a M. Vyvyan pro cambera sua
nobis debitis in festo annunciacionis dominice ultimo preterito'; Lent
1527 ' xi//a M. Vyvyan firmario nostro de Gwynner.' Another Thomas
Vyvyan was fellow 1539. A Thomas Vyvian was preb. of Glasney
1535-48, then aged 70, R. L C. vi. 261 ; Eccl. Ant. ii. 188, 190-1.

Richard Browne, Chapl., adm. 9 Mch 151I, vac. Lent 151 7 ; B.A.
10 Mch i5if ; M.A. 4 May 1520 as chaplain; Eccl. Ant. iii. 41.

Thomas Allyn, or Allynge, corn., winter 1513 to autumn 1520;
B.A. 3 July 1514, M.A. 16 Dec. 1516.

William Poskyns, sar., adm. 3 Nov. 1514, vac. autumn 1515;
B.A. 31 Jan. i5if, resident winter 151 7. A William Poskyn, B.A.,
was R. of Corscombe, Dorset 39 Mch 1522, Hutchins ii. 96 (iii. 681
John Poskyn 1541 ; a John Poskyns was B.A. 19 June 1507, M.A.
1510).

William Reskemer, Corn., adm. 15 Dec. 1514, vac. autumn 1520
(? 2 s. John, by Catherine Tretherffe); sup. B.A. 25 Mch 151 1 ; INLA.
5 Nov. 1 515, Auditor of Queen's chest 151 6, resident 1527; R. of
Ladock, Cornwall 15 Jan. 15^^-1558, V. of Constantine 1536, d.
1558, Eccl. Ant. ii. 186, 189 ; autumn 151 7 'vij' viii^/ a IM. Reskemer
pro una de nostris 4"^ scolis pro toto anno'; summer 1536 'iiiij \\\d
ob. pro domino Paw pro debitis M. Reskemer'; Visit. Corn. 396.

Philip Bale, Dev., adm. 5 July 1515, vac. Lent 1530; sup. B.A.
30 June 1516; M.A. 5 June 1521 ; sup. B.D. 29 Jan. 153^ after 12
years' study; Proctor 1524; Rector 14 Dec. 1521 — 6 Oct. 1526;
Vice Rector (Senior Fellow) autumn 1529; R. of Honiton 3 Jan.
i5ioj o^ Combe Raleigh 1555, d. 1559, Eccl. Ant. ii. 78; by will



I5i8] REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE. 55



Online LibraryExeter College (University of Oxford)Registrum Collegii exoniensis. Register of the rectors, fellows, and other members on the foundation of Exeter college, Oxford. With a history of the college and illustrative documents → online text (page 25 of 61)