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prolonged several times, res. 17 Oct. 1752; m. Elizabeth sister of Sir
J. Vanhatten; B.A. 17 Nov. 1741, M.A. 28 June 1745, B. and D.D.
5 Feb. 1766, preb. of Rochester 28 Mch 1765, res. 1775; V. of
Ashford, Kent 13 Dec. 1765, res. 1774; V. of Lower Winchenden
and of Ilmer, Bucks 13 Aug. 1746; V. of Eynesford, Kent Feb.
1784, .M. 1790 ; Polwhele v. 67, Bibl. Corn. 1028.

Hugh Fortescue (s. Joseph, of Warwick Court, London), b.
Middlesex, sojourner 8 June 1738 to 9 July 1742, M. 9 June 1738
age 17, Petr. 1742, res. 10 Jan. 174!^; B.A. 7 May 1742, M.A. 4 Ap.
1745; R. of Filleigh and E. Buckland, Devon 1794 (Lysons'
Devon 240), of Challacombe to 1815; Hist, of Fortescue Family
ii. 46.

Edward Morshead (s. William), b. Menheniot, sojourner 6 July
1742 to 7 July 1744, M. 8 July 1742 age 17, Corn. 1744, vac. 1760
by having taken V. of Quethiock 19 Sep. 1 759-1 801 ; R. of Little
Petherick ; B.A. 11 July 1747, M.A. 11 Ap. 1749; el. C. of Merton,
Oxon 8 Sep. 1749 for the next year; d. Bath 15 Nov. 181 1 unm. ;
Maclean i. 82 ; Lake iii. 313.

John Ramsey (s. Rev. John), b. Abbots Langley near Watford,
Herts, sojourner 7 Ap. 1742 to 18 Jan. 1744, M. S. Mary H. 13 Oct.
1741 age 17; Shi. 26 Dec. 1744, vac. 1782; B.A. 27 Jan. i74,s,
M.A. 4 Feb. 1752, B.D. 28 Nov. 1763, D.D. 6 Dec. 1781 ; ord. deacon
at Grosvenor Chapel, Westminster, by Bishop of Winchester 2 1 Dec.
1746, V. of Abbots Langley 1761, pres. to Bushey 4 and instit.
24 Jan. 1782, d. 17 June 1785.

John Gardner (s. Rev. William), b. Walton on Thames, M. Lincoln
II Ap. 1739 age 13, battellar 22 Sep. 1744 to 11 Jan, 174^; Shi.
26 Dec. 1744; B.A. 17 Dec. 1743, I\LA. 28 June 1745, B.D. 15 Dec.



144 REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE. [1745

1756; deacon by Bishop of Winchester 14 June 1747 in chapel of
Winchester House, Chelsea, d. Ap, 1765.

John Fowell (s. Richard, Fellow 17 15), b. Hilperton, Wilts,
sojourner 7 July 1741 to 12 July 1745, M. 3 July 1741 age 16, Sar.
1745) vac. 27 Nov. 1764; B.A. 29 Ap. 1745, M.A. 14 Mch 174!^,
B.D. 17 Dec. 1759, D.D. 2 Nov. 1762, Proctor 1756, Prof, of Moral
Philosophy 1757-61 ; m. Susanna d. of Thomas Atkin of Canterbury ;
C. of Merton, Oxon 4 Oct. 1750 and i Oct. 1757; R. of Bishops-
bourne and Chartham and Orpington, Kent ; chaplain to Archbishop
Seeker; R. of the sinecure of Eynesford, Kent, d. 30 Oct. 1803.

Samuel Cholwich (s. John), b. Farringdon near Exeter, sojourner
8 Ap. 1742 to II July 1745, M. 8 Ap. 1742 age 15, Dev. 1745, vac.
by marriage Feb. 1754; B.A. 11 July 1748, M.A. 22 Ap. 1749,
B. and D.D. 28 June 1762 as grand compounder; V. of Ermington,
Devon, and held the sinecure Rectory as well, V. of Bickleigh 9 June
1755. Preb. of Exeter 1758, V. of Sturminster Marshall, Dorset
21 Feb. 1753, d. 1775; Lysons' Devon cxli, 55, 177 ; Hutchins iii.
366, W. Antiq. Feb. 1888 p. 214.

Thomas Pyne (s. Hugh), b. Crowndle near Tavistock, sojourner
27 Feb. 174I- to 9 July 1746, M. 6 Mch 174^ age 18, Dev. 1746;
had leave from Lord Petre 21 Dec. 1747 to study civil law and
medicine at foreign universities for four years; B.A. 12 Oct. 1745,
M.A. I July 1748, d. 1753.

John Pering (s. John), b. Blackawton near Dartmouth, sojourner
3 Feb. i74f to 14 July 1747, M. 14 Feb. 174I age 17, Dev. 1747;
B.A. 19 July 1750, M.A. 2 May 1751, studied physic, had leave from
Lord Petre to travel 6 Ap, 1751, d. 1754.

Robert Burnett Patch (s. John), b. Exeter, sojourner 9 Mch 1744
to II July 1747, M. 13 Mch 174I age 18, Dev. 1747, vac. by mar-
riage i75f ; B.A. 22 Mch 175^ ; Schoolmaster at Crewkerne.

Benjamin Kennicott (s. Benjamin, parish clerk of Totnes),
b. Totnes 4 Ap. 17 18, master of the Charity School there; drew
up the Rcgtdatmis for the Totnes ringers, given in Polwhele. By
the assistance of friends (dedication to his ' Two Dissertations
on the Tree of Life in Paradise' 2 ed. 1747) he M. Wadham 6 Mch
I74f age 25; Petr, 1747, res. 9 Jan. 1771 on m. Anne (sister of
Mr. Edward Chamberlaine of the Treasury, she d. 1830 [Gent. INIag.
liii.pt. ii. 718, 744]. She founded two scholarships for the study of
Hebrew at Oxford, see Encycl. Brit. ed. 8, xiii. 63-64 ; Hodgson's
Life of Bishop Porteus 5 ed. 182 1 p. 256); B.A. by decree 20 June



1750] REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE. 145

1747 without fees, M.A. 4 May 1750, B.D. 4 Dec. 1761, D.D. 10 Dec.
1 761, when the King gave him a pension of £200 a year; RadcHfTe
Librarian 1767 (negHgent as a Librarian, Johnson's Letters ii. 77); el.
C. of Mcrton, Oxon Oct. 1751 for the next year; preb. of West-
minster 1770 but exchanged for a canonry of Christ Church 19 Oct.
1770, instit. to IMenheniot i8 Nov. 1771, res. Dec. 1781 ; preacher
at Whitehall, V. of Culham, Oxon, d. Oxford 18 Sep. 1783, his
gravestone is at Christ Church; in 1769 concluded his great task of
collating the Helirew MSS. of the Bible ; wrote State of printed
Hebrew Text of the Old Testament 2 vols 80 1753-9, Annual Accounts
of his Collections, and his edition of the Hebrew Bible in 2 vols folio
1776 and 1780; Gutch iii. 476; Lysons' Devon 535, Harding's
Tiverton iv. 89, Polwhele v. 180, Wordsworth 94, 169, Nichols ii.
408 ; Devon. Assoc, for Science and Lit. 1878 p. 215-22 ; Chalmers'
Biog. Diet., Misc. Gen. Sep. 1884 p. 146, Boswell's Johnson 1884 iv.
211, 285, 288, Slate Papers 1770 p. 143, Hist. Comm. 1885 p. 310,
387 letter May 1765 to Edward Weston, 389, 406, his portrait is iri
the Coll. Hall ; Nat. Biog.

Thomas Horndon (s. Thomas, of Kea), b. Callington. M. Ch. Ch.
28 Ap. 1744 age 19; Corn. 1747, vac. 1752 by having taken the R.
of S. Dominick 27 Feb. 1752, and m. May 1752 Elizabeth d. of John
Hickes of Saltash, widow of John Clarke of Halton in S. Dominick ;
B.A. 26 Feb. 175^, M.A. 2 May 1751; R. of Morton, Devon, res.
1794 to his son David, Fellow 1779; d. Bath 8 Jan. 1800; Gent.
Mag. Ixx. 1800, pt. I, 90, Coll. Corn. 390.

Francis Travell (s. John, of Addlesthorp, Glouc. ; it was certified
21 June 1747 that Lord Petre held land in Gloucestershire), sojourner
13 Feb. 174I to 7 July 1748, M. 29 Nov. 1745 age 17, el. ('from
Swerford, Oxon'), Petr. 1748, vac. Jan. 1764 being then an officer in
the Guards and not having taken his B.D. ; his mother had d. 16 Jan,
1763 and the estate had come to him; B.A. 13 July 1751, M.A,
23 June 1752.

Robert Ewings (s. Rev. Christopher), b. Feniton near Honiton
28 May 1728, sojourner 22 Mch 174^ to 5 July 1749, M. 22 Mch
174I, Dev. 1749, B.A. 10 Nov. 1752, M.A. 30 May 1753, B.D. 23
Oct. 1764 ; el. C. of Merton, Oxon 30 Sep. 1752 for the next year,
R. of S. Ebbe's, Oxford, C. of Plymtree, Devon 1759, d. 1771;
Peshall 164.

Francis Webber (Fellow 1728), el. Rector 5 June 1750, d. 29
Sep. 1 77 1.



146 REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE. [1750

George Carwithen (s. George), b. Exeter, sojourner 17 INIch 174^
to 21 July 1750, M. 20 Mch 174^ age 17, Petr. 1750, vac. 1757 ; B.A,
27 Mch 1754, R. of Ashprington i757,of Manaton 1766, d. 2 Oct. 1794.

George Stinton (s. Thomas, V. of Ilfracombe, Eccl. Ant. ii. 139),
b. Ilfracombe, M. Queen's 24 May 1748 age 18; Dev. 1750, vac.
1767; B.A. 8 Feb. 1754, M.A. 18 Ap. 1755, B.D. 18 Ap. 1765,
D.D. 22 Ap. 1765, Proctor 1764; V. of All Hallows, Barking,
Chancellor of Lincoln 1766, Preb. of Peterborough 1776, Chaplain to
the Archbishop, R. of Newington, Oxon to 1781, and of Wrotham,
Kent Sep. 1781, F.R.S. and F.S.A. 1776, ed. Seeker's Sermons and
Charges 1 770-1, d. Great George St., Westminster 30 Ap. 1783;
J. Maskell's All Hallozvs, Barkmg 107, 156, 157; London and
Middlesex Archseol. Soc. Trans, ii. 138-9; for his sermons see
Darling's Cyclopaedia Bibliographica ; Hodgson's Life of Bishop
Porteus 5 ed. 1821 p. 21-23, Boswell's Johnson 1884 iii. 288,
Polwhele v. 182, T. Langley's Hist, of the Hundred of Desborough
287-8, Letters of Radcliffe and fames (O. H. S.) 156.

Edward Marshall (s. Rev. William), b. Ashprington, sojourner 18
Mch 174! to 4 July 1751, M. 18 Mch 174! age 18, Dev. 1751, vac.
1758 by having taken the V. of Breage with Germoe, Cornwall; B.A.
26 June 1754, M.A. 25 June 1755; el. C. of INIerton, Oxon 22 Sep.
1753 for the next year; V. of St. Eval, Cornwall 1782, d. Breage
3 May 1803; m. Loveday 2 d. of Richard Sandys, she d. 28 Jan.
1804 ; Lake i. 135 ; Polwhele v. 71-72, Coll. Corn. 535.

Bickham Escott (s. Bickham, R. of Kittisford, Som.), b. Kittisford,
sojourner i May 1749 to 5 July 1751, M. 5 May 1749 age 17, Petr.
1751, vac. 1757 by having taken R. of Kittisford ; B.A. 12 June 1754,
M.A. 9 Dec. 1755.

Thomas Baker (s. Archdeacon George), b. E. Allington, M.
Merton 7 Nov. 1749 age 17 ; Dev. 1751, vac. 1760 by instit. to R. of
Ringmore 3 Oct. 1759, pres. by John Baker B.D. of Corpus; B.A.
12 June 1754, M.A. 28 Ap. 1756, B. and D.D. 13 Mch 1778; R. of
S. Martin's, Exeter, V. of Staverton, preb. of Exeter 1 757, of S. Asaph
1777, d. before April 1803 ; Lysons' Devon cxv.

Hender Mountsteven (4 s. Hender, d. 1774), b. Bodmin, bap.
1729, M. 30 June 1752, Corn. 1752, vac. by m. 1776; incorp. as
B.A. from Pemb. Hall, Camb. 11 July 1752, M.A. 18 Ap. 1755, B.D.
9 July 1766, adm. to practise in medicine 11 July 1792 ; el. C. of
Merton, Oxon 5 Oct. 1754 for the next year; R. of Little Petherick,
Cornwall in 1782, d. 1812; Coll Corn. 599.



1757 J REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE. 147

Nicholas Andrew (s. James, pleb.), b. Probus, Cornwall, baliellar
26 May 1748 to 9 Jan. 1753, M. 24 May 1748 age 18, adm. Chapl.
30 Dec. 1752, B.A. 22 Jan. 1756, d. Dec. 1757.

Samuel May (s. Emanuel), b. Fremington near Barnstaple, bap.
I Aug. 1732, sojourner 15 Dec. 1750 to 11 July 1753, M. 16 Oct.
1750 age 17, Dev. 1753, res. i July 1755, m. 1756; B.A. i July
1755, d. 1782; Lysons' Devon 242.

William Terry (s. William), b. Norton in Townstal, Stoke Fleming,
sojourner 16 Mch 1752 to 9 July 1754, M. 16 Mch 1752 age 17,
Dev, 1754, vac. 1778 by pres. to Wootton, Northants 10 Oct. 1777 ;
B.A. 30 June 1757, M.A. 25 May 1759, B.D. 27 Oct. 1770, D.D. 31
Oct. 1770, d, 26 Ap. 1805.

James Stooke (s. William), b. Exeter, sojourner 2 May 1752 to 13
July 1754, M. 12 May 1752 age 19, Dev. 1754, vac. by m, 22 Ap.
1765; B.A. 8 Mch 1758, M.A. 28 June 1759; el. C. of Merton,
Oxon 10 Oct. 1755, held a living in Exeter; Lysons' Devon 538.

Emanuel May (s. Emanuel), b. Fremington, bap. 11 June 1735,
sojourner 18 May 1753 to 16 July 1756, M. 22 May 1753, Dev. 1756,
vac. 1774 by pres. to Baverstock in Wilts; B.A. 5 Feb. 1760, I\LA.
25 June 1760, B.D. 6 July 1761 ; el. C. of Merton, Oxon 24 Sep.
1758; V. of Ilfracombe 29 Jan. 1771 (certificate from Bishop Keppel
25 Oct. 1773 of its being under £80); bur. there 20 Mch 1804 ;
Phillipps ii. 87, 104.

Richard Hammett (s. Richard), b. Clovelly, bap. Woolfardisworthy
4 Aug. 1736, sojourner 3 Ap. 1754 to 18 July 1757, M. 29 Mch
1754, Petr. 1757, res. 25 Dec. 1773; B.A. 3 Feb. 17 61, M.A. 30 June
1762, R. of Clovelly and of Heanton Punchardon, m. Clovelly 30 Sep.
1777 Priscilla d. of William Henley of Gore Court, Kent, by whom he
had Wilhelmina Dorothea, Richard, James, and Priscilla; d. 24 Aug.
1796; Lysons' Devon cxvii. 122, Drake 220.

John Tickell (s. William, of Sampford Courtenay, Devon),
M. Merton 23 June 1755 age 18; Petr. 1757, vac. 1770 by instit. to
E. Mersey, Essex 25 Mch 1769; B.A. 3 Feb. 1761, M.A. 22 Ap.
1762, R. of Gawsworth, Cheshire, d. 2 July 1802 *of Wargrave near
Henley,' left (by will dated 22 June 1801) £500 to the College on the
death of his wife (who d. Wargrave 4 Nov. 18 16), to be accumulated
for buying an advowson ; the sum actually received was £468 7^-. ;
Lysons' Devon 431 ; letters in Reg. from Dr. Budd the executor
16 Nov. i8i6, 8 Mch 1817,

Sampson Newbery (s, Sampson, of Zele in Tawton, Devon),



148 REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE. [1758

sojourner 22 May 1750 to 28 May 1756, M. 26 May 1750 age 19,
adm. Chapl. 6 Feb. 1758, vac. 1786 by pres. to Bushey in Herts
23 June and instit. 6 July 1785; B.A. 26 Feb. 1754, M.A. 30 June
1757, B.D. 19 May 1768, testimonials for deacon's orders 6 July
1754, el. C. of Merton, Oxon 28 June 1765, and 30 June 1766;
V. of Long Wittenham 1778-85; d. 7 Mch 1794.

Edward Michell (s. John), b. Diptford near Totnes, battellar
29 Mch 1755 to 28 Sep. 1758, M. 7 Mch 1755 age 18, Dev. 1758,
res. 24 Aug. 1763, m. 1764; B.A. 23 Feb. 1762, Master of Kings-
bridge sch., then of Bruton, Som., R. of Witham Friary, Som.,
d. 1799.

John Kingdon (s. Roger, by Judith d. of John Cory), b. Holsworthy
1735, sojourner 27 Oct. 1755 to 6 July 1759, M. 29 Oct. 1755 age 19,
Dev. 1760, vac. 1 7 6 5 by m. Jane d. of John Hockin V. of Okehampton ;
B.A. 13 June 1759, M.A. 21 Ap. 1762, V. of Bridgerule, Devon (to
which he annexed the great tithes) and R. of Py worthy 1781 — both
livings in his own gift; d. Bridgerule 25 Mch 1808; Lake iv. 320,
Lysons' Devon 71, 425, Coll. Corn. 460, Athenaeum ed. Dr. Aikin
1808 iii. 491.

John Stackhouse (2 s. Dr. William, R. of St. Erme, by Catherine
d. of John Williams of Trehane in Probus), b. Trehane, bap. 15 I\Ich
1741, sojourner 23 June 1758 to 14 June 1761, M. 20 June 1758
(with his brother William age 17); Corn. 1761, vac. 1764 by
succeeding to the estate of Pendarves, m. 21 Ap. 1773 Susanna o. d.
and h. of Edward Acton of Acton Scott, Salop, she d. Bath 1834;
d. Bath 22 Nov. 181 9 ; Stemmata Chichleana No. 446; Lake iv. 46 ;
Bibl. Corn. 681; Fellow of the Linnean Society, his lUiisirationes
Theophrasti i8ii, and edition of Thcophraslus de hisioria plantaruni.
Critical remarks oti Mlian and other authors, and Works on British
plants and algse had some reputation. He also published Dei
Catadasmi, a poetical sketch of the revolutions which have happened
in the natural history of our planet, Bath 1786, and Nereis Britannica
fol. 1 801 with coloured plates of Fuci, Algcc, and ConfervDC, cd. 2
181 6 40 ; Coll. Corn. 923.

Thomas Webber (s. Charles), b. Exeter, sojourner 19 Nov. 1759
to 3 July 1761, M. 20 Nov. 1759 age 17, Dev. 1761, B.A. 20 June
1764, M.A. 18 June 1766, d. 13 May 1768; Polwhele's Devonshire
ii. 25.

John Radford (s. Rev. William, of Nynict Rowland), b. Lapford,
battellar 25 Feb. 1758 to 8 July 1762, M. 27 Feb. 1758 age 17,



1765] REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE. 149

Dev. 1762, vac. in his probation year; B.A. 5 Feb. 1762, R. of Lapford
1763 ; Ly sons' Devon 310.

Thomas Baker (s. Rev. Thomas, of Hungerford), M. Merton
16 Nov. 1757 age 18, B.A. 2 June 1761, Sar. 1762, vac. 1766;
M.A. 9 May 1764, R. of Buttermere, perhaps also of Combe Bisset,
both in Wilts, d. 1789.

Arundel Radford (s. Rev. William), b. Lapford, battellar 19 Feb.

1760 to 5 July 1763, M. 19 Feb. 1760 age 17, Dev. 1763, vac. 1783
by having taken V. of Gwennap, Cornwall 28 June 1782 ; B.A.
27 Feb. 1767, MA. 24 May 1769, B.D. 31 May 1780, R. of Nymet
Rowland, d. 30 Oct. 1805.

Charles Tyrrell Morgan (s. Charles), b. Fairford, Glouc, sojourner
8 Dec. 1759 to II July 1764, M. 17 Dec. 1759 age 16, Petr. 1764,
vac. by m. 1775; B.A. 3 June 1763, ]\LA. 11 July 1767, Proctor
1771, Prof, of Moral Philosophy 1772; barrister L. L 1769.

Francis Cole (s. Francis), b. Treffry in Lanhydrock, sojourner
7 Mch 1761 to II July 1764, M. 8 Mch 1761 age 18, Corn. 1764,
res. 13 June 1774, having taken V. of Luxulyan 1773-1796 (where
John Cole preceded him 1728-73); B.A. 20 Nov. 1769, ]\LA. 2 July
1771; P.C. of Lanhydrock 1782.

George Rhodes (s. George), b. Modbury 1743, sojourner 14 Mch

1761 to II July 1764, M. 14 Mch 1761 age 17, Dev. 1764, vac. 1769
by instit. to South Pool, Devon 21 Sep. 1768; B.A. 12 Feb. 1768,
M.A. 3 May 1768, m. in 1774, V. of S. Erth and of Uny Lelant,
Cornwall 10 May 1776, res. them 1781 for V. of Colyton, Devon
4 Jan. 1782, R. of Stockleigh Pomeroy to death, d. 15 Mch 1798;
Clark i. 58, Davies Gilbert i. 354.

Francis le Couteur (s. John, of St. Mary's, Jersey, by Elizabeth
Payn), b. St. Sauveur's, Jersey, M. Jesus 6 July 1762 age 17; Jer.

1764, Guernsey having no candidate; vac. 1772 by m. Elizabeth
Perrochon; B.A. 19 June 1767, V. of St. Sauveur's, d. 1808; wrote
treatise on Cider.

Francis Milman (s. Francis, R. of E. Ogwell), b. there 1746,
sojourner 4 July 1760 to 6 July 1765, M. 5 INIay 1760 age 13, Dev.

1765, had leave 25 Feb. 1772 from Lord Petre to travel for four years,
vac. by m. 1780 Frances only child of William Hart, of Stapleton,
Glouc; B.A. 9 May 1764, M.A. 14 Jan. 1767, M.B. 7 July 1770,
M.D. 23 Nov. 1776, B.D. 10 Nov. 1778; one of Dr. Radcliffe's
travelling physicians 1771-80, fellow of the Coll. of Phys. 30 Sep.
1778 (afterwards President 1811-13; Croonian lecturer 1781,



ISO REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE. [1765

Harveian lecturer 1782) ; physician to George III, bart. 28 Nov.
1800, F.R.S., d. 27 June 1821 ; Dean Milman was his youngest son;
Sir Francis wrote on dropsy, and scurvy, and putrid fever; Gent.
IMag-. xci. pt. ii. p. 88 (182 1); Lysons' Devon cxvii ; Munk ii. 269.

Thomas Pearce Hockin (s. Rev. John), b. Okehampton, sojourner
22 June 1763 to 10 July 1765, M. 19 May 1763 age 17, Petr. 1765,
res. 29 June 1770, having been instit. to Lydford i Dec. 1769, B.A.
9 June 1768, M.A. 31 May 1770; V. of Okehampton, d. 1789;
Bibl. Corn. 248, Coll. Corn. 373.

John Sarraude (s. John, of Farringdon, Berks, and R. of Elvington,
Yorks. 21 Dec. 1754. d. Sutton, Sep. 1800 age 89, by Sarah),
b. Farringdon, M. Merton 27 May 1762 age 17; Sar. 1765, res.
14 Oct. 1789, having taken R. of Tollard Royal, Wilts 1788, res.
1796; B.A. 30 June 1768, M.A. 11 May 1769, B.D. 2 Nov. 1780,
disp. from taking D.D. 1788; Proctor 1779, V. of Long Wittenham
(under £70) 19 July 1785-1788; Preacher at Whitehall 1785 vice
Thomas Stinton ; V. of Bossall, Yorks. 14 Oct. 1796, instit. 14 Ap.
1798 to R. of Sutton upon Derwent, on his father's resignation; m.
Hannah (bur. Sutton 21 Ap. 1810 age 44), d. Sutton 30 July 1808;
Phillipps ii. 94, 99; Gent. Mag. 1808 p. 756.

Francis Haultain (s. James), b. Banstead, Surrey, M. Pemb.
II Dec. 1764 age 17; Shi. 1766, vac. by m. 1775 Miss Stainsforth
niece to the Bishop of London; B.A. 27 Jan. 1770, M.A. 6 July
1 771, B. and D.D. 12 Nov. 1794; R. of Hornsey near Highgate,
V. of Eastham, Essex, and of Weybridge, Surrey 1794, d. 28 Aug. 1827.

Henry Richards (s. Robert), b. Tawstock Mch 1747, ed. Barn-
staple, battellar 26 Jan. 1764 to 24 July 1767, M. 14 Oct. 1763
age 16, Dev. 1767, res. 29 June 1794, having been pres. 13 and
instit. 19 Mch 1794 to Bushey, Herts; B.A. 19 June 1767, M.A.
26 Ap. 1770, B.D. 9 Nov. 1781, D.D. 9 Nov. 1797; m. d. of
Mr. Badcock, manciple of Pembroke ; R. of S. Ebbe's, Oxford 1771;
pres. to Long Wittenham 2 Dec. 1788 and instit. 8 Ap. 1789;
Commissioner for the College under the Act for Lighting and Paving,
in place of Sarraude, 2 Nov. 1789; Whitehall preacher 1787: el.
Rector 23 July 1797, Vice-Chancellor 1806-7, d. of a paralytic seizure
19 Dec. 1807, bur. in the Chapel in his wife's grave 24 Dec. ; Peshall
164; Gent. Mag. 1807 p. 1 181-82; Dr. Richards left his money
to the College (Reg. 24 Dec. 1807 and 2 Nov. 18 10), either to buy
advowsons or to improve the Domus fund ; it was applied to the
former purpose, and 22 Oct. 1833 the R. of Woodlcigh near Kings-



1768 J REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE. 151

bridge, Devon was bought for £5,000, including the redeemed land
tax. In 1 84 1 the College bought two plots of ground adjoining the
Rectory, and annexed them to the living; Cox 190, 239; Dr. Parr's
Letter dated Exeter College, in Johnston's Parr i. (about White's
Bampton Lectures). His portrait is in the Coll. Hall.

Robert Campbell (s. John), b. Sutton Benger, Wilts, sojourner
21 June 1765 to 8 July 1767, M. 22 June 1765 age 17, Sar. 1767,
B.A. 30 June 1770, M.A. i July 1773, lieut. in 119 Foot, and capt. in
the Guards; vac. 1776 by having taken V. of Much Marcle, Herefs. ;
V, of INIordiford and Doure, Herefs.

Thomas Stinton (s. Rev. Thomas, of Ilfracombe), b. 21 Dec. 1747,
sojourner 28 June 1765 to 8 July 1767, M. 26 June 1765 age 17,
Dev. 1767; B.A. 30 June 1770, M.A. 27 Jan. 1772, B.D. 18 Ap.
1782, D.D. 4 May 1785; V. of Great Carlton, Lines. Ap. 1776,
Whitehall Preacher 1775-85, preb. of S. Paul's 1795; el. Rector
15 Ap. 1785, d. 6 July 1797, bur. by his ow-n desire close to 'the
outside of the north wall of the chapel between two buttresses, which
are next to the west door eastwards' Gutch iii. App. 245; J. Maskell's
All Hallows, Barking 107, 156-7, London and Middlesex Archseol.
Soc. Trans, ii. 138-9. On his kindness to (Sir) John Stoddart, see
Leigh ClifFe's Anecdotal Reminiscences 183a p. 172. His portrait is
in the Coll. Hall.

Stephen Weston (is. Stephen, by Elizabeth Oxenham of South
Tawton ; Hearne ii Dec. 1711), grandson of Stephen, bishop of
Exeter, b. Exeter 1747, ed. Tiverton, sojourner 4 July 1764 to 7 July
1768, M. 7 June 1764 age 17, Dev. 1768, vac. by m. 1784 Penelope
y. d. of James Tierney (she d. Caen 1789 of consumption, age 32);
B.A. 29 Jan. 1768, M.A. 14 Nov. 1770, B.D. 2 May 1782; F.R.S.
1792, F.S.A. 1794, R. of Mamhead, Devon 29 Mch 1777-1790; pres.
by the Commissioners of the Great Seal 1783 and instit. 17 Jan. 1784
to Hempston Parva, Devon, res. 1823, d. London 8 Jan. 1830; mem.
in Gent. Mag. Ap. 1830 p. 370-3 and Ap. 1784, and in (W. Upcott's)
Biog. Diet, of Living Authors 18 16; Eccl. Ant. iii. 69; N. and
Gleanings v. 6; published Viaggiana 1776, Hermesianax 1784,
A sermon at the Bishop's Visitation at Totnes 1785, H or alius cum
GrcEcis collatus 180 1, Werneria 1805, and contributed notes to
Bowyer's New Testament ed. 3; some of his Chinese studies are
remarkable: Hist. Comm. 1885 p. 406, Polwhele v. 191, W.. Antiq.
X. 153. His portrait is in the Coll. Hall.

Joseph Atwell Small (s. Joseph), b. Cirencester, sojourner 4 July



152 REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE. [1770

1764 to 13 July 1770, M. 4 July 1764 age 16, Petr. 1770, vac. by
m. 1778; B.A. 30 June 1768, M.A. 2 July 1771, B. and D.D.

22 June 1781 ; R. of one moiety of Burnsall in Craven, Yorks. ;
V. of Congresbury; el. 1781 P.C. of S. James', Bristol, by the
Corporation; chaplain to the King 1792, preb. of Glouc. 1794,
d. Bristol 12 Ap. 181 4.

John Toms (s. Lewis), b. Bishop's Nympton, sojourner 24 May
1766 to 12 July 1770, M. 15 May 1766 age 18, Dev. 1770; B.A.

23 Feb. 1770, M.A. 16 Oct. 1772, B.D. 24 Feb. 1782, disp. from
taking D.D. 1790, d. Bishop's Nympton 9 May 1800.

Peter Fisher (s. Rev. Thomas and Elizabeth, of Little Torrington,
he was bur. 22 Mch 1772, she 17 June 1792), bap. 19 Ap. 1749,
sojourner 20 Mch 1769 {.? previously) to 12 July 1770, M, 17 June
1766, Petr. 1770, res. 14 Mch 1774 having become R. of Little
Torrington; B.A. 26 Ap. 1770, R. of Thornbury, Devon 1781,
d. Torrington i June 1803 leaving a widow and nine children, mon.
in S. aisle of church, his widow Jane d. i Nov. 1832 age 82;
of their sons, Richard d. 20 Mch 1796 age 19, John 18 Ap.
1 791 age 4.

William Salkeld (s. Robert, of Southampton Buildings, London),
b. S. Andrew's, Holborn 1749, ed. Eton, Reynolds exhibitioner 1767,
M. 16 Oct. 1767 age 18, Petr. 1771, vac. by m. 1781 ; B.A. 30 May
1771, M.A. 9 July 1774, M.B. 13 Nov. 1777, bur. 24 Feb. 1812;
Hutchins i. 270-1.

Thomas Bray (Fellow 1 731), el. Rector 22 Oct. 1771, d. 28 Mch
1785.

William Smith (s. Henry, of S. Stephen's, Bristol), b. Bristol
25 Dec. 1749, ed. Eton, M. 26 Oct. 1769 age 19, Reynolds ex-
hibitioner 1770; Petr. 1772, vac. by m. 1780; B.A. 17 June 1777,
M.A. 19 July 1783 ; R. of W. Worhngton 1783, of Bideford 13 Oct.
1783, res. 1804, of Kingswinford 1804, d. 8 Ap. 1814; Gent. Mag.
1814 i. 516.

John Jago (s. John, V. of Tavistock, by Ann d. of Nathaniel
Beard, V. of Tavistock 1701-31), b. there 1751, sojourner 30 Mch
1770 to 14 July 1772, M. 29 Mch 1770 age 18, Petr. 1772, vac.
1782 ; B.A, 20 Feb. 1776, M.A. 17 July 1777, B.C.L. 22 Nov. 1781,
B. and D.D. 9 July 1793 ; R. of Whimple and V. of Rattcry 1781,
both in Devon; exchanged Whimple for V. of INlilton Abbot 1786,
which he res. to his s. John 181H but, his s, dying before him, he was
reappointed and held it till his death 2H Nov. 1835; m. Lamorran



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23 Sep. 1786 Lucrctia Bedford d. of Edward Stephens of Plymouth
(b. 8 Sep. 1764, d. Plymouth 17 Nov. 1840) ; Coll. Corn. 410.

John Dupr6 (i s. John, R. of S. Heliers, by Mary Millais),
b. S. Ileliers, M. Pemb. 13 Mch 1769 age 16; Jer. 1772, vac. by m.
1783 Eleanor; B.A. 16 Feb. 1776, M.A. 17 May 1776, B. and D.D.
17 Dec. 1790, V. of Mentmore, Bucks 1784-1834, of Toynton All
Saints, Lines. 1824-34; Master of Tringhead and then of Berkhamp-
stead schools, d. Wyke cottage near Weymouth 12 Dec. 1834, his
wife d. 12 Nov. 1827 in her 70th year, both bur. at Wyke Regis,
Dorset; Hutchins ii. 852; he published 2 volumes of sermons 1782
and 1787; European Mag. Mch 1782 i. 201.

Edmund Herring (s. William, R. of Botus Fleming, Cornwall and



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