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Corn. 1656, res. 18 Jan. 165^; M.A. 6 July 1658; 'he did not
declaim, or was examined for his degree, because he had an impedi-
ment in his speech, yet he delivered in writing his declamations to
the Vice-Chancellor and Proctors,' Wood's Extracts from Univ. Reg.

Stephen Bloy, poor scholar 28 Mch 165 1 to 9 July 1656, M.
13 Mch 165^ ; B.A. 17 Dec. 1654, Petr. 5 July 1656 in place of
Crossing (Chaplain); vac. 1659 ; M.A. 29 May 1657 ; V. of Chudleigh,
Devon 1665, d. 1673; Eccl. Ant. i. 25.

John Hearne, pleb., battellar 9 Aug. 1653 to 26 Aug. 1657, M.

21 June 1653; B.A. 6 Feb. 1655^, Petr. 1657, expelled 1662,
re-elected 1663, Reg. 30 June, 11 and 27 July 1683; ]\LA. 21 June

1659, B.D. 15 June 1669, D.D. 4 Mch i68f ; Proctor 1664; R. of
S. Ann's, Soho i Ap. 1686-1704, Dean Prideaux's Letters p. 87;



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removed from his place as Fellow 1690 by Bishop Trelawny, for
holding that living with his fellowship; Wood's Life ii. 54, 155, 334,
380, iii. 303, 380, Athense iii. 128 ; see in Bury and Colmer pamphlets,
An Account &c. 33, The Case of Exeter College 50, A Defence &c. 39 ;
Hutchins ii. 125.

George Verman (?s. John, of Lamorran), battellar 22 May 1655
to 24 July 1657, M. 31 May 1655; Corn. 1657 in place of Hancock
(see 1669); B.A. 3 May 1660, M.A. 21 Jan. i66f (incorp. Camb.
1664), B.D. 7 July 1674, Proctor 1672 (he praised Wood's Hist, et
Antiq. Oxon. in his speech; Wood's Life ii. 261, iii. 440); .^ R. of
Mells, Som. 1693; d. 29 Mch 17 18 age 83, bur. in College chapel;
will proved 24 Ap. 1718, Griffiths 63; Gutch iii. 121; Visit. Corn.
526, Hearne 5 Jan. 1706, 25 Nov. 1707.

William Paynter (s. William and Jane, of Antron in Sithney),
b. Trelissick in S. Erth, bap. S. Erth 7 Dec. 1637; poor scholar
27 Feb. 165! to 3 July 1657, M. 29 Mch 1656 ; Corn. 1657 in place
of Masters, though Masters was a Devon Fellow, see 1669 ; B.A.
3 May 1660, M.A. 21 Jan. i66| (incorp. Camb. 1664), B.D. 7 July
1674, D.D. 27 June 1695 ; Rector 15 Aug. 1690 (and then, as Rector,
removed 1695 from Dr. Bury's fellowship to Colmer's) ; Athense iv.
499, 501 'Paynter alias Cambourne' presented to R. of Wootton,
Northants 24 July 1686, and so vac. his fellowship Feb. i68|-;
continued to hold Wootton with the Rectorship ; Vice-Chancellor
1697; d. Wootton 18 Feb. i7i|- age 80; adm. bond 2 Ap. 1716,
Griffiths 47; Nichols Lit. Anecd. i. 102. He m. (i) Mary d. of
Rector Conant, widow of M. Pool, M.D., b. 1657, d. 7 May 1693,
monu. at Wootton ; (2) Sarah d. of Francis Duncombe of Broughton,
Bucks, she was bur. Ilsington, Devon 22 Sep. 1725 in 77 year.
Mary (prob. their d.) m. Ex. Cath. 11 July 1723 Philip Nanson, V. of
Ilsington ; Bibl. Corn. 434 ; Visit. Corn. 353 ; Davies Gilbert i. 350,
Polwhele v. 173, Wood's Life iii. 15.

George Credeford, pleb., battellar 21 Feb. 165^ to 26 Aug. 1658,
M. 10 Mch 1655, Dev. 1658; B.A. 13 July 1661, M.A. 23 Ap. 1664
(incorp. Camb. 1668), res. 1670, R, of Torbrian, Devon 1669.

George Gooddall, poor scholar 12 IMay 1656, M. 23 July 1656,
Com. 1658, full Fellow 9 July 1659, res. 27 June 1689; B.A. 13 July
1661, M.A. 23 Ap. 1664 (incorp. Camb. 1668), B.D. 13 Oct. 1674,
R. of Padworth, Berks ; Wood's Life ii. 83.

Narcissus Marsh, pleb., b. Hannington near Highworth, Wilts
20 Dec. 1638, M. Magd. II. 2-> July 1655 ; B.A. 12 Feb. 165'-, Sar.



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1658, full Fellow 9 July 1659, res. 12 Oct. 1673 ; M.A. 13 July 1660,
]3.D. 12 Dec. 1667, D.D. 23 June 1671 (incorp. Camb. 1678), V. of
Swindon, Wilts 1662-3, Principal of Alban H. 12 May 1673, V. of
Gresford, Denbighs. 1686-90; Chaplain to Seth Ward, Bishop of
Salisbury, and to the Earl of Clarendon ; Provost of Trinity, Dublin
Dec. 1678, Bishop of Leighlin and Ferns 20 Feb. i68|, Archbishop of
Cashel Dec. 1690, {preb. St. Asaph 1690-1), of Dublin 1694, of Armagh
i7of, d. 2 Nov. 1 7 13, bur. 6 Nov. S. Patrick's churchyard, Dublin;
Phillipps ii. 25, 27; Athense iv. 498, 892, Wood's Fasti ii. 199;
Wood's Life ii. 264, 468, 558 (his love of weekly concerts endeared
him to the music-loving antiquary), iii. 77, 435; Gutch iii. no;
Philos. Transactions no. 156 ; Rawlinson MSS. class C. no. 983 and
index. He wrote Essay on the Doctrine of Sounds, &c. His MS.
diary, beginning 20 Dec. 1690, remains in the Library of ten thousand
volumes, which he presented to Trinity, Dublin. Letters from Bodleian
i. 76; E. Bernard (Bentley's correspondent, Wordsworth 92, Nat.
Biog. iv, 379) went to Holland to buy some of James Golius' MSS.
for him, 103-8 his letter on founding a library at Dublin ; Hearne ii.
60, 2 Nov. 1705, 21 Aug. 1 7 10. He is said to have spent £20,000
on works of public good. See John D' Alton's Memoirs of Archbishops
of Dublin 290-98; Vox Cleri td. 2. 1690. His portrait is in Ex. Coll.
Hall.

Ozias Upcott (.'' s. WiUiam, V. of St. Clement's), battellar 30 Sep.

1656 to 16 July 1659, M. 23 July 1656, Corn. 1659, res. i66f ; B.A.

12 July 1662; R. of Honiton 8 Jan. i66f to 169!, d. 6 Feb. 169I :
Eccl. Ant. ii. 79, Coll. Corn. 11 24.

Thomas Matthewes (signs himself Mathew), battellar 18 Ap.

1657 to 19 Oct. 1660, M. 15 June 1657, Petr. 1660, res. 20 Dec.
1670, having taken a living; B.A. 16 July 1663, M.A. 28 Ap. 1666;
V. of Merton, Oxon 1668 (Reg. i July 1668, 15 Dec. 1670) ; ? R. of
Alwington 1668, of Alphington 22 Feb. 167^, both in Devon, bur.
Alphington 15 Aug. 17 12; Eccl. Ant. i. 76.

John Harris (s. John, pleb., of S. Issey, Cornwall), poor scholar

13 May 1656 to 7 Sep. 1660, M. 29 Mch 1656, B.A. 2 June 1659,
made Chaplain 6 Sep. 1660 by the Royal Commissioners, probably
in place of Fidoe, res. 1666; M.A. 11 Ap. 1662; ? V. of S. Issey
25 Aug. 1666, of S. Clether 11 Dec. 1672, both in Cornwall, bur.
S. Issey 27 Ap. 1696.

William Priaulx (s. Peter, Esq.), sojourner 23 Jan. to 16 July 1661,
M. 5 May 1661 age 17, Guer. 1661, vac. 1662 ; Hutchins ii. 107.

I 2



ii6 REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE. [1662

George Snell (s. John, minister, of Thurlestone, Devon), battellar
15 Mch 1 66 J to 16 July 1662, M. 12 July 1661 age 17, Petr. 1662
in place of his kinsman Bidgood; B.A. 14 Oct. 1665, M.A. 28 May
1668 ; vac. 167 1 by having taken the V. of Menheniot ; R. of Thurle-
stone 1679, preb. of Kerswell in Castro Exon. 1679, preb. of Exeter
31 Jan. 168I-1700, archdeacon of Totnes 18 May 1694, d. 14 Jan.
170°; Prince 75; Oliver's Bishops 292, Gutch's Fasti 246.

Joseph Maynard (Fellow 1625), el. Rector i8 Sep. 1662, res.
30 Ap. 1666.

Philip Horseman (s. of a minister), M. Magd. H. 28 Mch 1655,
B.A. 12 Oct. 1658; dev. 1663; M.A. 4 July 1661 (incorp. Camb.
1664), d, 3 May 1668, bur. in the College chapel, Wood's Life ii. 155.

Samuel Masters or Master (s. George, of Sarum), M. Wadham
13 Nov. 1662 age 16, Gardiner i. 246; Sar. 1663, res. July 1681 ;
B.A. 14 July 1666, M.A. 27 Ap. 1669, B.D. 8 May 1680; preacher
at Stanton Harcourt and South Ley, Oxon, chaplain to Earl of Radnor
and preacher to Hosp. of Bridewell 1677, canon of S. Paul's 1678,
preb. of Lichfield 18 May 1680, R. of Shottesbrooke 1685-93, of
Dunton May to Sep. 1693, both in Berks, V. of Burton on Trent;
d. Bath 12 Sep. 1693, bur. in the Abbey; published Sermons; gave
some books to the Library; Wood's Fasti ii. 289, Athenae iv. 385,
Hearne ii. 60, 419.

Peter Carey (s. Peter, of S. Peter's Passe), M. 3 Ap. 1663 age 18 ;
Guer. 1663 (nomination from Bailiff and Jurats of Guernsey received
23 Mch); B.A. 14 July 1666; vac. by having taken the R. of S.
Saviour's, Guernsey 1669, and married 1670.

Ames Crymes (Reg. 1671 ; 5 s. Ellis, of Buckland IMonachorum,
Devon), M. Lincoln 21 Feb. i66i- age 17; commoner Ex. Coll.

13 June to 3 July 1663, Petr. 1663, vac. 1683 by promotion ; B.A.

14 July 1666, M.A. 15 June 1669, B.D. 8 IMay 1680; Chaplain at
Tangier 1676; R. of Curry Malet, Som. 1681, of Huxham 28 May
1690, of Buckland Monachorum i Nov. 1708, both in Devon; bur,
22 May 1709 ; Wood's Life ii. 304, 498 ; Gutch iii. App. 246; Eccl.
Ant. iii. 82 ; Jewitt's Plymouth 233, Visit. Devon 259 ; Reg. 13 Feb.
i67|- * M. Crimes et M. Bravel Tangerium profecturis ut ibidem prce-
dicantium munere fungantur venia in quinquennium concessa, cum
ea insuper gratia ut omnibus commodis et dividendis aeque ac
prgesentes fruanlur.'

Richard Hutchins (s. Richard, plcb., of Carway, Devon), battollar
2 Ap. i66r to 6 July 1663 (as Iluchins), M. 3 Ap. 1661 age 16, Dev.



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1663; B.A. 14 July 1666, M.A. 27 Ap. 1669, B.D. 8 May 1680; d.
2 Ap. 1 7 18, four days after his old friend George Verman, and lies
buried beside him in the Chapel, will proved 16 Ap. 1718 ; benefactor
to the College ; Griffiths 33, Gutch iii. 120.

Thomas Hawkey, arm. f, sojourner 30 Dec. 1658 to 7 July 1663,
M. II Dec. 1658; B.A. 31 May 1662, Corn. 1663, res. 1668; M.A.
8 Ap. 1665; R. of Marhamchurch, Cornwall 19 Aug. 1673-1728.

]\Latthew Hole, poor scholar 19 Mch 165I to 3 Dec. 1661, then
battellar to 7 July 1663, M. 18 Mch 165^, B.A. 15 Oct. 1661, Dev.
1663; M.A. 14 June 1664, B.D. 13 Oct. 1674, D.D. i June 1716;
Lecturer at Carfax 18 Dec. 1668, V. of Bishop's Lavington, Wilts
1673-74; vac. Feb. 168^ by having taken the R. of Stogursey near
Stowey, Som. Jan. i68|; preb. of Wells i Mch 168-^-; R. of Fidding-
ton, Som. 1 708-11; el. Rector 8 Mch 171^ and readmitted Devon-
shire Fellow in place of Hutchins ; d. 19 July 1730 age 90, bur. in
the College chapel, will 4 May 1730, Griffiths 30. A volume in
Bishop Conybeare's handwriting contains ' letters and papers relating
to the dispute between Dr. Hole and some of the Fellows 1720'
(chiefly about Hart Hall, and Dr. Newton), and see Conybeare's
' Calumny Refuted ' 99, Terrae Filius nos. xxix, xxx ; Wood's Fasti ii.
248, 344 ; Polwhele v. 170, Hearne ii. 95 ; wrote ' Practical Discourses
on various parts of the Liturgy of the Church of England,' 5 vol. Oxou
1 7 1 7 ; Nat. Biog.

Samuel Norris (s, John, minister of Alborne or Aubourne, Wilts),
battellar i July 1661 to 3 July 1663, M, 5 Ap. 1661 age 17, Petr.

1663, vac. 1682 by having taken a living; B.A. 14 July 1666, ]\LA.
27 Ap. 1669, B.D. 3 INIay 1680; Proctor 1679; R. of Tylehurst 1681,
of Englefield 1708, both in Berks ; will 3 INIch i73f.

George Bniton, arm. f. (Reg. 1664, 1671 his fellowship regarded
as Petrean), M. Balliol 31 July 1658, B.A. 5 May 1662; commoner
Ex. Coll. 16 Ap. 1663 to 15 July 1664, Dev. (Petr.) 1664; M.A.
18 Jan. i664; R. of S. Ewe, Cornwall 1670, d. Ex. Coll. 23 Dec.
1 67 1, bur. 25 Dec. in the Chapel, will propounded June 1672 (no
record of probate), Griffiths 10; Gutch iii. 121; left money to the
College, Reg. 9 Jan. 1674, Wood's Life ii. 236.

Sampson Bastard (3 s. William, of Gerston, Devon, by Johanna
d. of Sampson Hele), bap. W. Alvington 26 Dec. 1643, commoner
Ex. Coll. 17 Mch 166} to 8 July 1664, M. 26 Ap. 1662 age 17, Petr.

1664, res. 1670; B.A. 4 July 1667, M.A. 9 July 1670; R. of South
Pool, Devon 1668-76, d. 12 Sep. 1676, inscription to his memory



ii8 REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE. [1664

in the chancel; Kingslridge atid Salcombe 181 9 p. 190, Visit.
Devon 50.

Thomas Polwhele (2 s. John, of Treworgan, and nephew of
Degory, Fellow 1635), sojourner 17 Dec. 1662 to i July 1664, M.
17 Dec. 1662 age 17, Corn. 1664, vac. 1678 by having taken 1677
the V. of Newlyn, deprived 1690 as a Nonjuror; B.A. 4 July 1667,
M.A. 23 June 1671 ; Oliver's Bishops 158; Maclean ii. 306.

John Gough, M. Magd. H. 21 Mch 165! servitor, B.A. 16 Nov.
1661, M.A. 28 June 1664 ; Petr. 1665, res. 1672 ; ? at Lincoln's Inn
1658 as I s. Robert, of Verneham Dean, South Hants.

Arthur Bury (Fellow 1643), el. Rector 27, adm. 29, May 1666.

Richard BesAvick, poor scholar 30 Jan. i6|^to 24 Oct. 1663, then
battellar to 5 Jan. i66f-, M. 11 Ap. 1660, B.A. 22 Oct. 1663; M.A.
New Coll. 15 June 1666; adm. Chapl. 8 Nov. 1666, res. 1671 ; V.
of Westport, Wilts 1 670-1 705, d. 1705.

Nicholas Burrington (y. s. Gilbert, of Jewes Hollicomb, Devon),
commoner 25 Mch 1667 to 12 Jan. i6f^, M. 22 Mch i664 age 16,
Dev. 1669, vac. 1690; B.A, 4 July 1672, M.A. 22 Ap. 1675, B.D.
5 July 1686, R. of Easington, Oxon 1677-86, V. of Exminster 13 Ap.
1689-1717, d. 21 May 171 7 ; Eccl. Ant. ii. 25, Visit. Devon 120.

Edward Burgh (s. Edward, pleb., of Preston, Som.), battellar
14 June 1662 (the bursar calls him Birch) to 29 Oct. 1666, M.
28 June 1662 age 17, Corn. (Petr.) 1669 in place of Hawkey, res.
1678. In 167 1 Burgh's fellowship was made a Petrean one, so that
the eight Petrean Fellows now were Hearne, Crymes, Norris, Burgh,
Matthewes, Bruton, Gough, Bravell; B.A. 28 Ap. 1666, M.A. New
Coll. 21 Jan. i66|, canon of Wells 1670, R, of Stoke Gifford 1672, of
INIonksilver 1675, of Sutton Bingham, Som. 1676, of Melbury Bubb,
Dorset 1677.

Richard Bravell (s. Dr. Thomas, of Compton Abbot, Dorset,
Hutchins iii. 536), M. Edmund H. 18 Oct. 1662 age 16, B.A. 16 June
1666, M.A. 27 Ap. 1669; Petr. 1670, res. 1682; B.D. 14 June 1680
by diploma when chaplain to the garrison of Tangiers, to which place
he went 1676 (Wood's Fasti ii. 377), 'where he hath showed himself
so useful to the public that upon his desire of relurne the Bishop of
London and other eminent persons required his continuance there,'
Wood's MS. E. 9 : V. of Welton, Yorks. ? 1682.

Elias Carteret (i s. Philip, bailiff of Jersey, by Mary de la Place,
and nephew of Sir George Carteret, whose d. Louisa m. Sir Robert
Atkins), b. 1652, sojourner 15 INIay 1669 to 21 July 1670, M. 21 May



i673] REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE. 119

1669, Jer. 1670 in place of Carey, res. 1678; B.A. 3 July 1673, I\LA.
6 Ap. 1676; m, IMary Hancock of Wilts; pres. 1678 by Sir Robert
Atkins to R. of Cotes, Glouc, R. of Poole, Wilts 1 692-1 720; ? V. of
Stonehouse, Glouc; Rawlinson MSS. Class C. 421 fol. 189; d. Cotes
30 Dec. 1720; Phillipps ii. 56, Bigland's Gloucester 430.

Charles Tarleton (s. Rev. John, of Wembworthy, Devon), M.
Wadham 9 July 1666 age 16, B.A. 22 Ap. 1670 ; adm. ChapL 25 June
1671; M.A. 16 Jan. 167I; res. 1677 on taking R. of Bicton, Devon.

Thomas Hurrell (s. John, of Hendham, Devon), battellar 25 Mch
1661 to 14 July 1667, M. 3 Ap. 1661 age 18, B.A. 15 Oct. 1664,
I\LA. 20 June 1667 ; Dev. 1671, res. Dec. 1673 ; R. of Bere Ferrers,
Devon 1673-1721, d. 1721.

John Hodder (s. Rev. John, of Thomcombe, Devon), b. Whitchurch,
Dorset, M. Wadham i Mch i66| age 15, B.A. 19 Oct. 1669; Petr.
1671; M.A. 7 June 1672; d. 6 Mch 167I.

John Searle (s. Thomas, pleb.,) b. Aveton Gifford, battellar
18 Mch i66f, M. 26 Mch 1669 age 19 ; Dev. 1671, res. 29 Ap. 1680
on pres. to V. of Broad Hempston, Devon 10 Ap. 1679 ; B.A. 3 Nov.

1674, ]\LA. 16 June 1677; L). K. Rec. 46 p. 104.

John Bury (s. Arthur, Rector 1666), battellar 13 Mch i66f to

25 Ap. 1670, M. 6 Mch i66| age 13, B.A. 30 Oct. 1671, Dev. 1672,
the Vice-Chancellor selecting him in preference to John Eveleigh who
had equal votes, and who was elected Fellow 1674 ; M.A. 21 Oct. 1675,
M.B. 2 May 1681; had leave 1679 from Lord Petre to study four
years in a foreign university, d. 1685 ; Wood's Life ii. 319.

Balthazar Vigures (s. Robert, of Parkham), battellar 14 July 1668 to
16 July 1672, M. 9 July 1668 age 18, B.A. 20 Ap. 1672, Petr. 1672, re-
jected 12 July 1673 at endof year of probation ; M.A. Alban H. 17 Dec.

1675, Wood's Life ii. 351, 17 July 1676 baimimus stuck up on the
Schooles gate to expell Balthazer Vigures, Terrce films on Act Saturday,
for egregiously abusing the Doctors and not submitting; P.C. of Frithel-
stock, Devon 1681-2, bur. Parkham 9 May 1689; his d. Frances bap.
Parkham 8 Sep. 1681 ; Mary bap. 23 Mch i68f, bur. 10 Oct. 1685.

Thomas Trevethick (s. Rev. William, of S. Eval, Cornwall, and
Petrockstow, Devon), poor scholar 19 Ap. 1669 to 7 June 1673, M.

26 Mch 1669 age 17, B.A. 12 Oct. 1672, Petr. 1673, I\LA. 28 June
1675, d. 21 Dec. 1676, bur. in the College chapel; Woods Life ii.
362, Lake i. 373, Bibl. Corn. 800, Coll. Corn. 1090.

Philip Bennett (s. Francis, of Smallbrooke near Warminster,
Wilts), b. Devizes, battellar 3 Mch 166^ to 22 Sep. 1674, M. 5 Mch



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i66f age 19, B.A. 12 Oct. 1672, Sar. 1674; vac. by m, June 1688;
M.A. 28 June 1675, B.D. by diploma 3 Nov. 1685 when on the King's
service in Jamaica ; Wood's Fasti ii. 398.

John Eveleigh (s. Edward, pleb., of Exeter), battellar 6 Ap. 1668
to 23 Sep. 1674, M. 14 Mch i66|^ age 17, BA. 16 Oct. 1671, M.A.
25 June 1674, Dev. 1674, res. July 1681 ; R. of South Sydenham,
1680, V. of Lamerton 1711, both in Devon.

Benjamin Archer (s. Edward, pleb., of Cookham), battellar 20 Ap.
to 3 July 1674; M. Pembroke 17 May 1670 age 15, B.A. 20 Jan.
i67f ; Petr. 1674, suspended 1690, res. Nov. 1692; ]\LA. 26 Oct.
1676 (incorp. Camb. 1681), B.D. 31 May 1688, ? V. of Easter Alta,
Essex 1671, R. of Wexham 1683, V. of Quainton 1692, both in Bucks,
d. 1732 ; Wood's Life iii. 67.

William Crabb (s. William, R. of Childe Okeford, Dorset 20 July
1660, D. K. Rec. 46 p. 41), M. Wadham 17 July 1669 age 15, B.A,

10 Ap. 1673; Petr. 1674, vac. bym. 1687; M.A. 21 Feb. 167I, B.D.
19 Mch 168S ; R. of Childe Okeford Inferior 1687, of Hammohun
1709-19, instit. to R. of Bloxworth 17 July 1723, bur. 12 Aug. 1747
age 95; Hutchins iv. 83, 84; D. K. Rec. 46 p. 41.

Samuel Adams (s. John, pleb., of Oxon), b. Oxford, battellar

11 Mch 167! to 5 July 1677, M. 14 Mch 167! age 16, B.A. 17 Oct.
1676, Petr. 1677, suspended 1690, restored 1694, res. 1715; M.A.
23 June 1679, B.D. 6 Aug. 1690; R. of Wootton, Northants 1716,
d. 3 Ap. 1741 ; Wood's Life ii. 497, iii. 256, 496, Hearne 7 Dec.
1705.

Lewis Stephens (3 s. Lewis and Elizabeth), b. Braunton, Devon
13 Feb., and bap. 21 Mch 165^, scholar Gonville and Caius, Camb.
6 Nov. 1671 age 17, B.A. 1675, incorp. Oxford 26 Feb. 167I, M.A.
29 Oct. 1678 (incorp. Camb. 1680) Chapl. 25 Feb. 167 1^, res. 17 Ap.
1680, replaced his name 21 June to 3 Oct. 1681 ; V. of Treneglos,
Cornwall 14 Feb. 167^-1685, of Menheniot 1685-172A, d. there
I Jan. 172-I in his 71 year (monu.); famous as a botanist; m. Rachel
d. of Oliver Naylor, canon of Exeter ; Moyle's Posthumous Works i.
413-4; Lake iii. 312; Bibl. Corn. 686; Vivian's Marriage Licenses
5 May 1625, Venn's Adfnissions to GoiiviUe and Caius, Cambridge

275-

Nicolas Kendall (i s. Bernard, of Lostwithiel, by Anne Snell),
b. 28 Jan. 165", commoner 9 July 1673 to 11 July 1678, M. 9 July
1673, B.A. 10 May 1677, Corn. 1678, res. 25 May 1681 ; M.A.
22 Jan. 16^^ (incorp. Camb. 1699); V. of Lanlivery i68i-i72|r)



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R. of Sheviock 1693-1740, preb. of Exeter 23 Jan. 168^-172^, Arch-
deacon of Tolnes 28 July 1713-171^, m. Lanlivery 14 Oct. 1686 Jane
d. of Thomas Carew, d. 3 Mch i7,fo^ bur. 7 Mch in Exeter Cathedral ;
Lake iii. 23, iv. 146, Polwhele v. 165, C. S. Gilbert ii. 178 ; Coll, Corn.
449; Visit. Corn. 260.

Robert Ratclifife (s. Richard, pleb., of Broad Clyst, Devon), b.
Tawstock, battellar 2 June 1674 to 30 July 1679, M. 10 Ap. 1674
age 17, B.A. 16 Oct. 1677, Petr. 1679 (Thomas Martyn B.A. had
equal votes, but the Vice-Chancellor selected Ratcliffe), vac. Aug.
1692 by having taken a living: M.A. 15 June 1680, B.D. 16 July
1691 ; R. of Colne-Rogers 1694, and V. of Stonehouse, both in Glouc.

Note. — Allowances were granted 1679 to the Fellows absent on State service,
Crymes, Bravell and Bennett, in consequence of a Royal Letter, for which see the
Register 25 Ap. 1679.

Christopher Furneaux (i s. John, of Stoke Damerel, Plymouth),
poor scholar 2 Ap. 1674 to 6 July 1680, M. 3 Ap. 1674 age 17, B.A.
16 Oct. 1677, Dev. 1680, res. June 1688; M.A. 8 July 1680, C. of
Great Torrington 1683, V, of Whitchurch (worth £90 a year) near
Tavistock 1688 (.? 1697); m. Sarah Doidge; see Pedigree of Furneaux
1876.

Michael Guerdain, (so he spells his name ; others spelt it Geurdon,
Jourdain; i s. Denis M.D., by INIary Herault), battellar 7 May 1677
to 7 July 1680, M. 30 Mch 1677 age 16, Jer. 1680 in place of
Carteret (though Carteret was also from Jersey), Tanner MSS. 338
folio 188; B.A. 14 July 1683, d. unm. 1684, bur. Cassington, Oxon;
admin, bond 23 May 1690, Griffiths 25.

Gilbert Geere (s. John, pleb.), b. Kenn, Devon, battellar i July
1670 to 23 Dec. 1674, M. 9 Dec. 1670 age 18, B.A. Hart H. 7 July
1674, M.A. 3 May 1677 ; Chaplain 24 Sep. 1680, B.D. 6 Mch i68|;
vac. 1689 by having been admitted R. of Kenn 26 IMch 1688, bur.
I Ap. 1726; Eccl. Ant. i. 42, Lysons' Devon 297.

Jonathan Hooker (s. Balsam, of Trelissick in S. Ewe), b. S. Ewe,
poor scholar 12 to 25 Ap. 1673, battellar 23 June 1677 to 19 July 1679 ;
M. 22 Mch 1672 age 17, B.A. New Inn H. 17 Oct. 1676 ; M.A. Ex.
Coll. 23 June 1679 )■ Corn. 1681, vac. by marriage 1682, R. of Sandy,
Beds 1683. C. S. Gilbert under S. Ewe; Bishop J. Moore's Diaries
at Cambridge 1679 May, ' I\Ir. John Laurence and Mr. Jonathan
Hooker, both recommended by Mr. Prideaux for preferment in
Cornwall, very deserving men.'

Ezra Cleaveland, b. Honiton, poor scholar 19 Feb. 167I to



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18 July 1682, M. 20 Mch 167I age 16, B.A. 17 Oct. 1681, Petr.

1682, vac. 1698 by having become R. of Powderham 8 Ap. 1697,
res. Powderham 1700, R. of Honiton 28 July 1699, Eccl. Ant. i. 30,
ii. 79; M.A. 19 June 1684, B.D. 25 June 1695, d. 7 Aug. 1740,
epitaph in Gent. Mag. May 1793 ; he wrote a History of the Family
of Courtenay (his patrons at Powderham and Honiton), fol. Exon
1735*) Gibbon says, ch. lxi, 'the Rector of Honiton has more
gratitude than industry, and more industry than criticism.'

William Read (s. William, archdeacon of Barnstaple), b. Drews-
teignton, battellar 18 Mch 167^ to 8 Aug. 1682, M. i Ap. 1679
age 16, Dev. 1682, vac. Feb. 169!^ by having taken the V. of
Ilfracombe 15 Nov. 1690: B.A. 9 July 1685, M.A. 30 Ap. 1688;
R. of S. Breock, Cornwall 1690, .?d. 1703, Eccl. Ant. ii. 139.

Charles Masters (s. Rev. Thomas, of Tatenhill near Burton, Staffs.
?the fellow of 1648), battellar 29 Mch 1680 to 14 July 1682, M.
I Ap. 1680 age 17, Sar. 1682; B.A. 9 July 1685, d. of small pox
31 Dec. 1685 and bur. next day in the College chapel; Wood's Life
iii. 173.

John Harris (i s. John, of Aveton Gilford and of Stodbury,
Devon), b. Aveton Gifford, Wood's Life i July 1685 ; sojourner

15 Ap. 1678 to 28 Oct. 1679, and 12 Ap. to 26 May 1680, M.

16 Ap. 1678 age 17, B.A. 3 May 1679, at Gray's Inn 1679, M.A.
21 Mch i68|, lieut. in company of scholars against Monmouth's
rebellion 1685, Petr, 1683, vac. by marriage June 1701 ; B.D. 6 July
1693, Proctor 1687 ; ?Dean of Burian, Cornwall 1717, V. of Treneglos
23 Mch 171I, R. of Landulph 172J-1735, ?d. 1742. Hasted's
Canterbury ii. 74; Visit. Devon 450, Wood's Life iii. 217.

Philip Thorne (s. John), b. North Molton, Devon, poor scholar
26 Nov. 1679 to 14 July 1683, M. 12 Dec. 1679 age 17, B.A. 8 June

1683, Petr. 1683, vac. 1694; M.A. 27 Ap. 1686; V. of Burpham
1694-1701, of Arundel 1 701-15, of Lymister 1701-15, all in Sussex;
Wood's Life 30 Jan. 169I.

James Colmer (s. Hugh, R. of Ladock), b. Truro, sojourner
16 May 1681 to 28 Ap. 1682, M. 19 May 1681 age 16, scholar of
Corpus 27 Ap. 1682 ; Corn. 1683; B.A. 12 Ap. 1686, M.A. 3 May
1689; M.B. 6 Nov. 1690; expelled by Rector Bury 10 Oct. 1689
on a charge of incontinence, restored by the Visitor Bishop Trelawny,
vac. 1695.

John Bonamy (s. Rev. Peter), M. Pcmb. 16 Feb. 168J age 16;
Guer. 1685, vac. 1694; B.A. 12 Oct. 1688, M.A. 4 Ap. 1694 : R. of



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S. Peter du Bois, Guernsey 1692, Dean of Guernsey, Sark, Alderney
17 1 7 and as late as 6 Nov. 1732, when he sent the nomination of
a Fellow; R. of Bramdean, Hants 17 19, of Bleadon, Som. 1719-39,
d. 27 Dec. 1739.

John Bagwell (s. Francis, pleb.), b. Colyton, battellar 18 Ap. 1681
to 7 July 1686, M. 8 Mch 168^ age 17, B.A. 14 Oct. 1684, Dev. 1686,
M.A. 28 I\Iay 1687, minister at Merton, Oxon 1690, Proctor 1695 ; vac.
Oct. 1697 by having taken V. of Pelynt 1696 ; V. of Bishop's Nympton,
Devon 1695, of S. Eval 1707, R. of S. Ive 20 Feb. 170I-1725, V. of
Golan 1715-17, all in Cornwall, preb. of Exeter 1700, bur. S. Ive
26 Mch 1725; Bibl. Corn. 1045, Lake i. 174, Wood's Life iii. 482.

Henry Maundrell (s. Robert, pleb., of Compton, Wilts), b. near
Marlborough, battellar 27 Sep. 1682 to 6 July 1686, M. 4 Ap. 1682
age 16, B.A. 15 Oct. 1685, Sar. 1686; M.A. 19 June 1688, chaplain
at Aleppo 20 Dec. 1695, B.D. by decree 28 June 1697, C. of Bromley,
Kent 1689-95 (J- Dunkin's Hist, of Bromley p. 27), Chaplain to
Factory at Aleppo (at salary of 400 dollars, with £20 to increase the
Library there) and famous for his travels, Hearne ii. 419, 14 Ap.
1718; d. Aleppo before 15 May 1701 ; St. John in his Lives of



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