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Dromore, R. of Maghralin, d. 13 Jan. 1853.

John James Lake (s. John, R. of Lanivet 1770, bur. there 4 June
1805), b. Lanivet i Sep. 1781, ed. Truro, M. 30 May 1797, Eliot
exhibitioner 1799; Corn. 1805; B.A. 26 Feb. 1802, I\LA. 5 July
1805, Examiner in Classics 1807-8, d. Bodmin 31 Jan., bur. Lanivet
3 Feb. 1809; Gent. Mag. 1809 Ixxix. i. 278; Lake iii. 15, Coll.
Corn. 469.

Joseph Prust Prust (i s. Rev. Joseph who M. as Hamlyn), b.
Woolfardisworthy 3 Nov. 1780, bap. 5 Jan. 1781; M. 30 Ap. 1799,
Dev. 1805, vac. 22 Oct. 1823 by instit. to Langtree near Torrington
22 Oct. 1822; B.A. 22 Feb. 1803, M.A. 8 May 1806, B.D. 24 May
18 1 7, Proctor on Rigaud's resignation 1810, pres. to W. Worlington,
Devon 1804 (under £120); R. of Virginstow 181 1-39, d. Langtree
6 May 1839 age 58 (tombstone Woolfardisworthy) ; Gent. Mag. 1839
xii. 96, Lysons' Devon clxxxi.

George Barnes (s. archdeacon Ralph), b. Harberton, M. 30 Oct.
1799 age 15, Reynolds exhibitioner; Dev. 1805; vac. by m. at
S. Thomas', Bombay 19 Aug. 181 7 Harriet Penelope Carnac,
witnesses Evan Nepean &c. (see the Archdeacon's letter of 22 Sep.
181 7 in Reg.) ; B.A. 8 June 1803, M.A. 22 May 1806, B.D. 23 May
1 8 14, D.D. by decree (absent as archdeacon of Madras from 18 14)
28 May 1818; R. of S. Mary Major, Exeter 1809-14 (under £120,
see Reg. 18 10), of Sowton 23 May 1826, archdeacon of Barnstaple
10 Mch 1830, d. Sowton 29 June 1847 ; Gent. Mag. 1847 xxviii. 548,
661 ; Mod. Eng. Biog. v. Barnes, G. Carnac.

George Peloquin Cosserat (s. Nathaniel Elias), b. Exeter, M. 19
June 1798 age i8; adm. Chapl. 14 June 1806, vac. by marriage
27 June 1809; B.A. 16 June 1802, M.A. 14 Jan. 1808; R. of
S. Martin 13 Oct. 1827, of S. Pancras 25 Oct. 1830, both in Exeter,

Thomas Darke (s. John, R. of Kelly, Devon), b. Kelly, M. 10 Oct.
1801 age 18, Petr. 1806; his election was appealed against by

M 2



1 64 REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE. [1806

William Bradford of S. John's who was born in Yorkshire and had
9 votes against Darke's 8, but Darke's election was confirmed by
Bishop Fisher the Visitor, because Bradford gave no proof that
Lord Petre held any heritable property in Yorkshire ; vac. by marriage
3 July 1816; B.A. 12 June 1805, M.A. 23 June 1808, Proctor 1817 ;
d. Lew-Trenchard 14 May 1822, N. and Gleanings iv. 167.

John Moore (s. Thomas, V. of Bishop's Tawton 11 Jan. 1782, V.
of Frithelstock 17 94-1 801, bur. Torrington, who m. Frithelstock
31 Oct. 1779 Christiana d. and h. of Henry Stevens of Cross),
b. Torrington 7 Sep. 1784, ed. Tiverton, M. 31 May 1802, Dev.
1806, vac. 4 Aug. 181 1 by instit. to R. of Langtree 4 Aug. 18 10;
B.A. 7 Mch 1806, M.A. 27 Nov. 1808; tutor to Lord Curzon;
archdeacon of Exeter 1820 and canon 16 Nov. 1821, V. of Otterton
I Oct. 1822 (on resigning Langtree), ? V. of Alrewas, Staffs. 13 June
1832; took surname of Stevens 17 July 1832, on succeeding his
brother Thomas Stevens of Winscott (who d. 14 Jan. 1832, London
Journal 1817 p. 1389, Gent. Mag. 102, i. 82-83); "^- ^^ ^^^ chapel
of Eton 31 Dec. 181 7 Anne Eleanor, i d. of Rev. William Roberts
vice-provost of Eton; d. 30 Mch 1865 at the Chantry, Exeter, bur.
Petersmarland ; Lysons' Devon 386.

James Thomas HoUoway (s. Jeremiah), b. Newington, Surrey,
ed. Rugby, M. 27 June 1797 age 16, Shi. 1806, vac. by marriage
13 Sep. 1813; B.A. 20 May 1802, M.A. 12 June 1807, B.D. 6, and
D.D. 7 May 1818; V. of Stanton on Hineheath, Salop 1819-55,
d. Hackney 7 Aug. 1855 age 75; Gent. Mag. 1855 xliv. 439; wrote
T/ie Analogy of Faith 1838, Baptismal Regeneration and Sacramental
Justification not the doctrine of the English Church 1842, ed. 2, 1843 '■>
Eucharistia 1845.

Humphrey Waldo Sibthorp (4 s. Humphrey Waldo, of Canwick
near Lincoln, and grandson of Dr. Henry Sibthorp Professor of
Botany, Bloxam vi. 228, 318), b. Skimpans, N. Mims, Herts 1786,
M. Univ. Coll. 2 July 1804 age 17; Shi. 1806, vac. by m. 6 Jan.
1 81 8 his I cousin Mary Esther, i d. of Henry Ellison of Beverley;
B.A. 3 Mch 1810, M.A. 14 Feb. 1811, R. of Washingborough 9 May
181 7, of Hatton 1824, both in Lines., d. 4 Nov. 1865; gave a silver
snuff-box to the Common Room.

Charles Chichester (2 s. Robert, V. of Chittlehampton), b. Sherwell,
bap. 6 Aug. 1785, M. 31 Oct. 1803, Petr. 1807; B.A. 7 July iSio,
M.A. 8 June 18 12, B.D. 19 Feb. 1820, preb. Exeter 18 17, R. of W.
Worlington June 1822 (in succession to Prust, hoUling it lor a minor),



i809] REGISTP:R of EXETER COLLEGE. 165

deprived of his fellowship 1840 because his living was over the value
allowed, but reinstated by the Visitor 29 Ap. 1841 ; at Chittlehampton
1835, d. Stowford in Swymbridge 13 Ap. 1842, bur. Atherington
21 Ap. 1842 age 56; Gent. Mag. 1842 xviii. 103; Visit. Devon 178,
Drake 275.

John Cole (Fellow 1778), el. Rector 7 Jan. 1808, d. 13 Oct.
1819.

William Edward Hony (2 s. William, V. of Liskeard), b. Liskeard
7 Feb. 1788, M. 13 July 1805, Corn. 1808; vac, by m. Oxford
3 July 1827 Margaret y. d. of Nicholas Earle, R. of Swerford, Oxon;
3 Classics 1810, B.A. 4 July 1811, M.A. 8 June 1812, B.D. 26 June
1823 ; V. of South Newington 24 Oct. 181 8, R. of Baverstock 4 June
1827, preb. of Sarum 1841, archdeacon of Sarum 1846, d, Salisbury
7 Jan., bur. Baverstock 12 Jan. 1875 ; Stemmata Chichleana No. 275 ;
Lake iii. 139; Bibl. Corn. 252.

Peter Johnson (s. John Tossel, R. of Ashreigney, Devon), b. 17 Ap.
1787, M. Oriel 10 Oct. 1805 ; Dev. 1808, vac. by m. Timsbury, Hants
10 Ap. 1824 Gratiana Samborne d. of Samborne Palmer of Timsbury
House by Gratiana d. of Richard Stukeley, she d. 12 Ap. 1845;

2 Classics 1 8 10, B.A. 8 Feb. 1812, M.A. 20 May 181 2, B.D. 26 June
1823, Proproctor 1815, V. of Long Wittenham 1823 (then worth by
survey of the Vicarial estate £137 16^. S^d.), res. 28 May 1825, C. to
his father at Wembworthy, Devon 1827, preb. of Exeter 184 3- 1858,
d. 16 July 1869, bur. with his wife at Wembworthy; his d. Elizabeth
Anne m, 1850 John Curzon Moore-Stevens, son of archdeacon Moore-
Stevens Fellow 1806; Lysons' Devon 551.

John Jago (s. John, Fellow 1772), b. Milton Abbott, bap. Tavistock

3 Aug. 1787, M. 8 July 1806, Petr. 1809, vac. 16 Ap. 1819 by instit.
to V. of Milton Abbott 16 Ap. 1818 ; .? V. of Rattery ; 3 Classics 18 10,
B.A. 27 Feb. 1813, M.A. 26 June 1813, d. Penzance 12 June 1824;
Coll. Corn. 410.

Charles Dayman (s. John, of Poughill, who m. E. Putford 9 Dec.
1777 Mary d. of Jos. Phillipps, in presence of Jos. Phillipps and
Lucretia Phillipps), b. 18 Sep. 1786, M. Balliol 3 July 1805, 2 Classics
1809, B.A. 4 May 1809; Corn. 1809; M.A. 12 May 18 14, chaplain
to the army in Portugal Sept. 18 11, taken prisoner, m. 7 Ap. 181 7
Flavie Restitude d. and h. of M. Delmaire of Lillers, she d. 1847;
V. of Great Tew, Oxon 1830-44, Select Preacher 1838, d. Great Tew
19 Aug. 1844 age 57; Gent. Mag. 1844 xxii. 438, Maclean iii. 226,
Coll. Corn. 199.



1 66 REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE. [1809

John Williams (s. Charles, C. of Shebbeare, Devon, who Mas bur.
18 Nov. 1806, by INIargaret), M. 30 Way 1797 age 23, Bible-Clerk
Mich. 1799; adm. Chapl. 23 Oct. 1809, vac. by m. S. Aldate's
20 June 1826 Anne y. d. of Sir William Elias Taunton, Town-clerk
of Oxford; B.A. 16 June 1802, M.A. 10 Oct. 1808, B.D. 4 May 1820,
V. of Probus, Cornwall 1826, d. 16 Mch 1828. Bibl. Corn. 882;
Gent. Mag. 98 i. 646.

John Spurway (s. William, of Barnstaple, R. of Clare Portion,
Tiverton, who d. i July 1837, after being R. of Alwington 70 years,
by Avice Cutcliffe of Barnstaple, who d. 19 Feb. 1856 age 98), M.
13 July 1807 age 17, Dev. 1810, vac. by m. 5 Oct. 1822 Elizabeth
Hole; I Classics 181 1, B.A. 2 July 181 3, M.A. 16 June 18 14, instit.
to Pitt Portion in Tiverton 29 Nov. 182 1 on his father's presentation ;
d. 17 Aug. 1874; in 181 6 he was appointed 'Inspector of the Composi-
tions of Undergraduates.' He m. (2) Margaret Weston, d. of Charles
Osmond, c. of Clare Portion, Tiverton. (In Harding's Tiverton iv. 42
line 7 from foot read Alwington for Buckland-Brewer.)

William James (s. William, of Exeter), M. Corpas 7 Mch 1804
age 16 ; Dev. 1810, vac. 15 Ap. 18 15 by having taken the R. of South
Moreton, Berks 15 Ap. 1814-1855, V. of S. Mary's, Oxford 24 Dec.
1819; B.A. 24 May 1810, M.A. 17 Dec. 18 12, Vice-Principal Magd.
Hall 5 Nov. 1813; d. Lympstone, Devon 21 Dec. 1855; Gent. Mag.
1856 xlv. 432.

William Dalby (s. Thomas, capt. R.N., of Plymouth Dock), M.
28 Mch 1808 age 15 as of Bath, Dev. 1811 ; vac. by m. Frome i June
1826 Harriet i d. of George Byard Sheppard, she d. 17 Mch 1840;

2 Classics and i Math. 181 1, wrote English Poem recited at Reception
of the Allied Sovereigns 1814, B.A. 4 July 1814, M.A. 5 Ap. 1815,
Public Examiner 1818-19, Proctor 1825, V. of Warminster, Wilts
27 Dec. 1825-1841, R. of Compton Basset 1841-66, preb. of Salisbury
23 Mch 1832, d. 3 Dec. 1861 ; wrote Lectures on the Life of Samuel
1834, and several sermons; Sir C. Lyell's Life i. 130.

Edward Eliot (i s. late Richard, V. of Maker and of St. Teath in
Cornwall, by Anna d. of Edward Pearce), b. Maker in Devon 22 I\Iay
1789, ed. Lostwithiel, M. 7 Ap. 1808 as of Camelford, Eliot exhibi-
tioner 1810, 2 Classics 181 1, Petr. 1811, vac. by m. Miss Skeet of
Barbados 10 July 1826; B.A. 4 July 1814, M.A. 17 May 1815, B.D.

3 Feb. 1825, archdeacon of Barbados 1825-37, preb. of Salis.bury
30 Dec. 1848, pres. 1837 to Norton Bavant, Wilts, where he died
I Nov. 1861; Bibl. Corn. 1171.



i8i5] REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE. 167

John Taylor Coleridge (s. Captain James, by Frances Duke d. of
Bernard F. Taylor), b. Tiverton 9 July 1790, ed. Oltery S. Mary and
Eton, M. Corpus 21 Ap. 1809, scholar, Vinerian Law Scholar 1812 ;
Dev. 1812. vac. by m. 7 Aug. 181 8 Mary 2 d. of Gibb Buchanan
R. of Woodmansterne, Surrey; B.A. 4 July 1815, M.A. 27 June 181 7,
D.C.L. 1852; Latin Verse 1810, i Classics 1812, English and Latin
Essays 18 13, English Poem reciled al Receplion of the Allied Sovereigns
1814; Serjeant at Law Feb. 1832, Recorder of Exeter 1832, Justice
of King's Bench 27 Jan. 1835 to 28 June 1858 when he retired,
knighted 1835, entertained at a public dinner in the College Hall
7 Mch 1835 on his first going on Circuit; d. 11 Feb, 1876. He
published an edition of Blackstone 1825, a Life 0/ John Keble and
other works, and edited the Quarterly Review for 1824 (Sir Walter
Scoii's Journal 1 890) ; Reminiscences of Oxford (O. H. Soc), 247-53,
Sir C. Lyell's Life i. 163. Mod. Eng. Biog., Nat. Biog. His portrait
is in the Coll. Hall.

John Thomas Lys (s. James, Comte de Lys in France, said to be
descended from a brother of Joan of Arc), b. Guildford, Surrey, M,
22 June 1809 age 17 as of Brighton, Shi. 1813 ; 3 Classics 18 12,
B.A. 28 Ap. 1813, M.A. 24 Jan. 1816, B.D. 18 Dec. 1826, V. of
Merton, Oxon 3 Ap. 1826, res. it for Waterperry 2 Dec. 1833,
d. 4 Oct. 1871.

James Lampen Harris (s. John, of Radford, Plymouth), ed. Eton,
M. 2 Dec. 181 1 age 18, Dev. 1815, vac. by marriage at Plymstock,
Devon 23 June 1829; 2 Classics 1815, B.A. 3 May 1815, I\LA.
25 June 1818, P.C. of Plymstock, C. of Ringmore 1819-26; seceded
from Church of England, and wrote an Address to the parishioners of
Plymstock 3 Sep. 1832 (Rev. Robert Cox publ. Recent Secession con-
sidered in reply, Plymouth 13 Oct. 1832, see Plymouth Brethrenism
examined by John Cox, London 1845) ; The carved sto7ie altar at St.
Andrew's Church, Plymouth 1841 ; A Letter to the Christians meeting
171 Mr. Hi72gs ton's loft, Kingshridge 1847; The Confessional 1852;
Worth's Three ToW7is Billiotheca 70.

Thomas Trevenen Penrose (s. John, Fellow 1774), b. Carwythe-
nack in Constantine 6 May and bap. 18 June 1793, M. Corpus 5 Feb.
181 1 ; Corn. 1815, vac. by m. 7 Sep. 1824 Susanna Mary 2 d. of
Joshua Brooke R. of Gamston, Notts; B.A. 7 Feb. 181 5, M.A. i July
1819,^ R. of Weston, Notts 1834-62, V. of Coleby, Lines. 1828-62,
preb. of Lincoln 1834-1862, d. Coleby 5 July 1862 ; Bibl. Corn. 458.

John Blackmore (s. Rev. John; Lysons' Devon 98), b. Charles,



1 68 REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE. [1816

Devon, M. 10 Oct. 181 2 age 18, 2 Classics 18 16, Petr. 1816, vac. by
marriage 2 Feb. 1822; B.A. 5 June 1816, M.A. 25 June 1819 ; C. of
Culmslock and Ashford near Barnstaple; d. Nottage-court, Glamor-
ganshire 24 Sep. 1858, Gent. Mag. 1858 v. 535.

James Yonge (2 s. Rev. James, of Puslinch in Newton Ferrers, by
his 2 wife Anne d. of Edmund Granger of the Casde, Exeter),
M. Balliol 29 Ap. 181 1 age 18, 2 Classics 18 15, B.A. 4 Feb. 181 5;
Dev. 1817, M.A. 25 June 181 8, vac. by m. 10 Mch 1823 Jane d. of
Rev. Roger Mallock of Cockington, Devon ; R. of Stockley Pomeroy
22 July 1826, P.C. of Tor Mohun and Cockington 12 June 1828,
d. 15 Ap. 1830; one of his two volumes of Sermons was published
after his death; Eccl. Ant. i. 210, Coll. Corn. 131 1.

Walter Henry Burton (o. s. Michael, of Milding, Suffolk), M. 5 Aug.
1814, Petr. 1817, B.A. i July 1820, M.A. 7 July 1821; Vinerian
Scholar 6 Oct. 181 8, i Classics and i Math. 18 18, Ladn Verse 181 6
Drm'dae, published Compendium of Law of Real Property 1828, 8 ed.
1856, d. of consumption at Sudbury, Suffolk 25 Aug. 1828 age 32 ;
Gent. Mag. 1828, 98 ii. 468.

Robert Bateman Paul (s. Richard, V, of Mawgan in Pyder, by
Frances d. of Robert Bateman, R. of S. Columb Major, she was bap.
16 Mch 1768, m. 8 Feb. 1797), b. S. Columb Major 21 Mch 1798,
M. 10 Oct. 1 8 15, Eliot exhibitioner; Corn. 1817; vac. by m. 11 Jan,
1827 Rosa Mira d. of Richard Twopeny R. of Casterton Parva,
Rutland; 2 Classics 1819, B.A. i July 1820, M.A. 16 Feb. 1822,
Examiner in Classics 1826, pres. to Long Wittenham 30 June 1825
and insdt. 7 Feb. 1826, res. i Aug. 1829 on preferment to Llantwit
Major in Llandaff ; Archdeacon of Waimea, and afterwards of Nelson,
New Zealand; preb. of Lincoln 1867, R. of S. Mary's, Stamford
1864-72, Confrater of Browne's Hospital, d. Stamford 6 June 1877 ;
Bibl. Corn. 431-33.

Joseph Loscombe Richards (s. Rev. Joseph, of Penryn),b.Tamerton
Foliot 21 Feb. 1798, ed. Ottery S. Mary under Dr. G. Coleridge and
Dr. J. Warren, M. 21 Oct. 18 15 as of Stoke Damerel, Dev. 1818,
B.A. 30 June 1821, M.A. 17 Ap. 1822, B.D. 13 Dec. 1832, D.D.
6 Dec. 1838; 2 Classics 1819, Select Preacher 1828, 1839, F^xaminer
in Classics 1828-29; vac. 11 July 1836 by being presented to R. of
Bushey in Herts i and instit. 11 July 1835 (when an urn worth £100
was presented to him), res. 27 Sep. 1838 on being el. Rector i Sep.;
Chaplain to Prince Albert, who was entertained at lunch in the Hall
at the meeting of the British Association 24 May 1847 ; d. Bonchurch.



i82o] REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE. 169

L of Wight 27 Feb. 1854, bur. Ex. Coll. Chapel 7 Mch; his wife
Frances Elizabeth d. of J. W. Baugh, R. of Ripple, Worcs., b. 18 12,
m. 28 Sep. 1837, d. 10 June 1840, bur. 16 June in the south part of
the Chapel. He gave £.1,000 towards the new Chapel ; J. B. Mozley's
Letters 113, 126. Bibl. Corn. 566, Coll. Corn. 804, Cox. His
I sister Ann, b. Tamerton 12 Aug. 1797, d. St. German's 22 Ap. 1874,
m. Stoke 17 Aug. 1827 Tobias Furneaux, P.C. St. German's 1828, he
was b. Swilly 19 Ap. 1794, d. St. German's 19 Aug. 1874. A younger
sister Harriet Elizabeth b. 1807, d. St. German's 22 May 1859. The
last surviving sister Arabella Symons Richards b. Tamerton 7 Feb.
1803, d. the Vicarage St. German's 20 Nov. 1878 ; Pusey's Life ii. 1 73.

Samuel Grover (s. Henry, of Hemel Hempstead, Herts), M. Univ.
Coll. 7 Feb. 1815 age 19, Shi. 1818; B.A. 26 Nov. 1818, M.A.
12 Mch 1822, d. Hemel Hempstead 13 Sep. 1822 age 27; Gent.
Mag. 1822, 92 i. 380.

Josiah Forshall (i s. Samuel), b. Witney 29 Mch 1795, M. 14 Dec.
181 4 as of Northop, Flints., Reynolds exhibitioner 181 6; Petr. 1819,
vac. by m. Edgbaston 13 July 1826 Frances o. d. of Richard Smith
of Harborne Heath, Warwicks., she was b. 1795, d. Woburn Place,
London 7 Feb. 1865 ; Cansick's Epitaphs of Middlesex 1872 ii. 250 ;
B.A. 10 Oct. 1818, M.A. 15 Jan. 1821; 2 Classics and i Math.

1818, Tutor 1822, F.R.S. and F.S.A. 1828; Assistant Keeper of
MSS. Brit. Mus. 1824, Keeper 1827, Secretary of Brit. Mus. 1828-51,
edited Wiclif's Bible 4 vol. 4° 1850 with Sir F. Madden; published
Catalogues of Arundel and Burney and Oriental MSS. 1838-39, 1834,
1840; Chaplain of Foundling Hospital for 34 years, d. Woburn Place
18 Dec. 1863 ; Gent. IMag. 1864 xvi. 391-92, Pusey's Life i. 181, 241,
Mod. Eng. Biog., Nat. Biog.

Thomas Kitson (s. Rev. William, of Shiphay in Marychurch),
b. Shiphay, ed. Westminster 1808, M. Balliol 3 Ap. 181 6 age 17;
Dev. 1819, vac. by m. 7 June 1824 Mary d. of Capt. T. Ley of Litde
Bradley, Highweek, Devon, she d. 23 Nov. 1882 age 77 ; 2 Classics

1819, B.A. 9 May 1823, M.A. 2 July 1824, C. of Combeinteignhead,
and of W. Ogwell 1840-47, of Haccombe 1847-68, d. Shiphay
5 Ap. 1880.

John Collier Jones (Fellow 1792), el. Rector 6 Nov. i8ig,
d. 7 Aug. 1838.

Carr^ William Tupper (2 s. Daniel, of Hauteville House, Guernsey,
by Catherine, i d. of John Tupper), b. 1797, M. 26 May 1814
age 16, then exhibitioner Pemb. i8i6; Guer. 1820 (a case as



170 REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE. [1820

between him and Havilland Durand of Pembroke, s. of the Dean of
Guernsey, was sent to the Visitor 4 July 1819, Reg. 8 June 1820);
vac. I Dec. 1832 by not proceeding to degree of B.D. ; B.A. 10 Dec.
1818, M.A. 24 May 1820, d. Guernsey 26 Mch 1881; m. 9 Jan.
1833 Eliza Jane 5 d. of Thomas Priaulx of Montville, Guernsey, she
d. 16 Ap. 1880 age 77.

George Nutcomb Oxnam (i s. Rev. William, who d. 22 Nov.
1809, by his 2 wife Anne d. of George Nutcombe Nutcombe, Chan-
cellor of Exeter), b. Paul near Penzance 17 Nov. 1799, M. Wadham
II Dec. 1816, 2 Classics 1820, B.A. 24 May 1820; Corn. 1820, vac.
by m. 12 May 1830 Caroline i d. of Dr. Warwick Young Churchill
Hunt, V. of Bickleigh, Devon, she d. Kensington 10 Dec. 1849, bur.
Bickleigh; m. (2) Hamburg 1852 Mary Emma sister of his first wife,
she d. Kensington 18 Dec. 1854, bur. Brompton Cemetery; m. (3)
7 Jan. 1858 Charlotte Ellis 6 d. of John Milligen Seppings, of Culver
house, Chudleigh, Devon, b. 2 IMch 1822, d. 17 Earl's terrace,
Kensington 17 July 1880 age 58; M.A. 13 June 1823, barrister
L. L 22 Nov. 1825; d. Kensington 15 Dec. 1873, bur. Brompton
Cemetery; Pedigree of Boase ed. 2 1893 p. 115.

Sidney WiUiam Cornish (s. Robert, by Frances Ann d. of Joseph
Squier), b. Exeter, ed. Ottery, commoner 8 June 181 8 to 13 May
1862, M. 9 June 1818 age 17, Acland exhibitioner; Petr. 1822, vac.
23 Nov. 1828 by instit. to V. of South Newington 13 Nov. 1827, res.
Ladyday 1836; 2 Classics 1822, B.A. 20 June 1822, M.A. 17 Dec.
1825, B.D. 30 June 1836, D.D. i July 1836; INIaster of Gr. sch. at
Ottery 1824-63, V. of Ottery 18 Nov. 1841-74, d. Seaton i Aug.
1874 age 73 ; wrote Clavis Homiletica 1834, Faith in the efficacy of
the means of grace, Visitation Sermon 1842, Short Azotes on the church
and parish of Ottery S. Mary 1869; m. Exeter 30 May 1829 Jane

I d. of S. Kingdon of Southernhay.

James Charles Clutterbuck (2 s. Robert and Marianne), b. Wat-
ford, Herts II July 1801, ed. Harrow, commoner 15 Dec. 1820 to

II Ap. 1859, M. 15 Dec. 1820, Shi. 1822, vac. 19 Jan. 1831 by
instit. to Wittenham 14 Jan. 1830; contributed largely to the new
parish schools ; B.A. 23 Feb. 1826, M.A. 6 Dec. 1827, C. of Watford,
Plerts, Rural Dean of Abingdon 1869, d. 8 May 1885, wrote several
works on Geology and the Drainage of the Thames Valley ; Burgon's
Tivclve Good ]\ fen ii. 115, 249-50.

Edward Coleridge (brother of Sir J. T. Coleridge), b. OUery,
M. Corpus 21 Feb. 1818 age 17, exhibitioner, 2 Classics 1821, B.A.



i824] REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE. 171

16 Feb. 1822 ; Dev. 1823, vac. by m. Eton 3 Aug. 1826 IMary i d. of
Dr. Keate the Head Master; m. (2) Mary Caroline d. of Rev. Mr.
Bevan; M.A. i Feb. 1827; instituted and inducted to R. of Monk-
silver, Son. 30 Oct. 1825, Assist. Master at Eton 1824-50, Lower
Master 1850-57, Fellow 1857, ^- of Maple Durham, Berks 1862,
d. 18 May 1883.

Henry Bellenden Bulteel (s. Thomas, of Plymstock), b. Bellevue
near Plymouth 1800, M. Brasenose i Ap. 1818, B.A. 30 May 1822 ;
Dev. 1823, vac. by m. 6 Oct. 1829 Eleanor sister of C. J. Sadler,
alderman of Oxford, she d. Plymouth 25 Sep. 1878 age 88; M.A.
9 June 1824, C. of S. Ebbe's, Oxford 1826, d. Plymouth 28 Dec.
1866. He published a sermon on i Cor. ii. 12, preached at S. Mary's
6 Feb. 1 831. Dr. Burton wrote some Remarks on it, and Bulteel
wrote a Reply; Gent. Mag. 1867 iii. 258 ; Mozley i. 228, 350, Life of
W. W. Phelps ii. no, Jas. J. Moore's Nonconformity in Ox/07-d 1875
p. 14, Cox 244, 248, Bodl. Cat. v. Anti-Osiander, J. B. Mozley's
Letters 25, 27, Pusey's Life i. 197, Nat. Biog.

James Thomas Duboulay (i s. Francis Houssemayne, by Elizabeth
d. of John Paris of Wanstead, Essex), b. Walthamstow, Essex 5 I\Ich
1801, commoner 16 June i8i8 to 17 May 1834, M. 16 June 1818,
B.A. 20 June 1822, Petr. 1823 ; vac. by m. i June 1825 Susan Maria
d.of Seth Stephen Ward, she m. (2) 2 May 1839 Rev. G.J. Majendie,
and d. 13 June 1875; M.A. 11 Nov. 1824, R. of Heddington,
Wilts 1828-36, d. Ventnor 13 June 1836 ; Gent. Mag. 1836 vi. 218.

Richard Martin (6 s. Rev. Joseph, of Ham Court, Worcs.), b. Exeter
3 Aug. 1802, M. Oriel 14 May 18 19, i Classics 1823, B.A. 9 May
1823; Dev. 1824, vac. by m. 5 July 1831 Charlotte i d. of J. W.
Baugh, R. of Ripple, Worcs., b. 3 July 1809, d. 16 Jan. 1881 ; M.A.
15 June 1826, Classical Examiner 1830-1, instit. to Menheniot 19 Feb.
1831, res. 1883, canon of Truro 17 Jan. 1878, d. 3 Feb. 1888.

John Prideaux Lightfoot (is. Nicholas of Crediton, afterwards R.
of Stockleigh Pomeroy, by Bridget d. of Roger Prideaux), b. Crediton
23 Mch 1803, ed. Crediton, M. 28 June 1820, i Classics 1824, B.A.
5 June 1824, Dev. 1824, res. on pres. 28 June 1834 to R. of Wootton,
Northants; M.A. i Feb. 1827, B. and D.D. 18 May 1854; Tutor,
Proctor 1833 ; hon. canon of Peterborough 1853, el. Rector 18 Mch
1854, member of first Hebdomadal Council 1854, Vice-Chancellor
1862-66, entertained the Prince and Princess of Wales at dinner in
the Hall 17 June 1863, d- 23 Mch 1887, bur. Kidlington. He m. (1)
Elizabeth Anne 2 d. of Lieut. -Col. Henry Le Blanc, she d. 2 1 Nov.



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i860 age 50, bur. Kidlington ; m. (2) 7 Jan. 1863 Louisa o. d. of Sir
George Best Robinson, widow of Capt. Charles Robert George
Douglas, she d. 9 Dec. 1882 age 52 ; their only child Mary Frances
was born at the Rectory 13 Feb. 1864. Mrs. Lightfoot's only child
by her first marriage, Louisa Margaret Anne Douglas, m. in College
Chapel 14 Jan. 1875 Frank Willan. The Rector's i d. Emily
Singleton m. in the Chapel 30 Dec. 1875 the Rev. Edward Tindal
Turner, Registrar of the University. Both these marriages were by
special license. Cox 437, Eep. Comm. on Sci. Instruction 1872, i.
257-65, Hist. Kidlington 157. The Rector's eldest sister d. 12 July
1882.

Francis Fnlford (2 s. Baldwin, of Fulford Magna in Dunsford, by
Anna Maria i d. of William Adams M.P. Totnes), b. Sidmouth 3 June
1803, bap, Dunsford 14 Oct. 1804, ed. Tiverton, M. i Feb. 1821,
3 Classics X824, Dev. 1824, vac. by m. 18 Oct. 1830 Mary i d. of
Andrew Berkeley Drummond of Cadland, Hants; B.A. 15 Nov. 1827,
M.A. 10 Oct. 1838, D.D. 1850; R. of Trowbridge 1832-41, pub-
lished Sermons 1837, V. of Croyden, Camb. 1841-45, Minister of
Curzon chapel, Mayfair 1845-50, Bishop of IMontreal 29 June 1850,
consecr. 25 July, Metropolitan of Canada i860; d. 9 Sep. 1868, bur.
Mount Royal Cemetery, Montreal 1 2 Sep. ; life in Fennings Taylor's
(of Ottawa) The last three bishops appointed by the Crown for the
Anglican Church of Canada 1869; Hutchins ii. 699. INIen of the
Time 1868, Illust. London News xl. 576, 587 (1862), liii. 307 (1868),
Burke ed. 1868 p. 521.

John Bramston (2 s. Thomas Gardiner, of Skreens near Chelms-
ford, by Maria Ann d. of William Blaauw of London), b. Waltham
Magna, Essex 1804, M. Oriel 25 Ap. 1820 age 17, 2 Classics 1823,
B.A. 28 Feb, 1824; Petr. 1825, vac. 1831 by insiit. to V. of
Great Baddow, Essex 15 Jan. 1830, w-hich he held for a minor; as he
had not given a bond of resignation, the Visitor decided that he had
vacated his fellowship; M.A. 19 Oct. 1826, Master of the Schools
1828, B.D. 1872 ; res. Baddow 1840, V. of Witham, Essex 1840-72,
Dean of Winchester 26 Nov. 1872, res. 1883, d. Winchester 13 Nov.
1889; m. (i) 1832 Clarissa Sandford o. d. of Sir Nicolas Trant, (2)
Anna 2 d. of Osgood Hanbury of Holfield Grange, Essex.

John Griffith Cole (o. s. Samuel, scholar 1788, and nephew of
Rector J. Cole, and of Sir Christopher Cole, K.C.B., D.C.L. 10 June
18 1 2, whose property he inherited), b. Gulval, ed. Oitery and Charter-
house, M. 7 Dec. 1821 age 16. Corn. 1825, res. 24 Dec. 1839;



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