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3 Classics 1826, B.A. 23 Oct. 1828, ]\LA. 10 ]May 1832 ; d. Marazion
1868.

Henry Duke Harington (3 s. Rev. James Eyre), b. Salisbury 30
Jan. 1808, bap. privately i Feb. and received publicly 24 July at
Woodford, Salisbury, ed. Rugby, M. 27 Jan. 1824, Symes Scholar,
Sar. 1826, vac. by m. i June 1836 Harriet Daniel widow, of Dereham,
Norfolk; 3 Classics and 2 Math. 1827, B.A. 2 July 1829, M.A.
2 June 1830, Master of the Schools 1831-32, C. of Kidlington 1833,
instit. to South Newington 7 May 1836, exchanged it 1864 for Knos-
sington, Leics. with George Candy (who d. 31 Jan. 1869) ; d. 15 Aug.
1875 age 68; wrote A Manual for the use 0/ Spotisors 12° London
1842. His 2 wife Mary, d.of Jupp of Cobham and widow of F. Ashby,
survived him; Misc. Gen. iv. 295.

Benjamin Wills Newton (o. s. Benjamin Wills), b. Devonport 1808,
M. 10 Dec. 1824 age 16, Dev. 1826 age 18, vac. by marriage 15 Mch
1832; I Classics 1828, B.A. 2 July 1829; C. M. Davies' Unorthodox
London 1873 p. 183-91 : one of the early Plymouth Brethren ; for his
publications see Worth's Three Towns Bibliotheca 70 ; and Bibl. Corn.
V. Tregelles S. P. and Dingle E. ; Coll. Corn. 614, 1169, Nat. Biog.
V. 398, xiv. 44 ; resides Wickliffe Villa, Newport, L of Wight 1893.

John Whittington Ready Landon (s. Whittington, dean of Exeter,
by the o. d. of John Ready of Oakhanger Hall), M. Worcester 7 May
1818 age 16; B.A. 14 Jan. 1822, M.A. 9 June 1824, adm. ChapL
16 Oct. 1826, vac. 7 Nov. 1827 by inst. to Braunton, Devon 7 Nov.
1826 and to Bishopstone, Wilts 1826; d. 14 Feb. 1880; m. Bishop's
Tawton 22 May 1828 Jane 2 d. of Charles Chichester of Hall ; see
Reg. on question of Chaplain's year of probation, and Visitor's deci-
sion 5 Jan. 1827 on a probationer taking a College living ; a resolution
was passed 30 June 1827 that the succession to College livings should
be open to Lay Fellows.

William Falconer (is. Rev. Thomas, by Frances o. child of Lieut.-
Col. Robert Raitt), b. Corston, Som. 27 Dec 1801, M. Oriel 10 Dec.
1819; 3 Classics and i Math. 1823, B.A. 2 Dec. 1823, Petr. 1827,
res. 18 July 1839, having been pres. to Bushey, Herts 26 Jan. and
instit. I Mch 1839; M.A. 25 Oct. 1827, Math. Examiner 1832-33,
1836-38; translated Strabo 1857, the text of which his father had
edited in 1807 ; d. 10 Feb. 1885 ; m. 1840 Isabella d. of J. Robinson
and widow of W. S. Douglas, she d. 7 Feb. 1869 ; his sister m. John
Arthur Roebuck, who was bur. at Bushey Dec. 1879; Thomas
Falconer's Bibliography of the Falconer family 1866. ^^^ Antiq. iv. 2 1 5.



174 REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE. [1827

Note. — In 1879 the College consented to part of Bushey being made a- separate
parish, and allowed /[50 to be deducted from the income of Bushey on Falconer's
death or cession. In 1884 the advowson of Bushey was sold to Mrs. Gregory.

Hubert Kestell Cornish (3 s. George, of Salcombe Regis, by Sarah
o, child of John Kestell of Ottery), b. Ottery 19 June 1803, M. Oriel
14 June 1821, exhibitioner of Corpus 1821, 2 Classics 1825,
B.A, 5 May 1825, Dev. 1827, vac. by m. Cheddon, Som. 28 Feb. 1833,
Louisa 2 d. of Rev. Dr. Warre of Cheddon; M.A. 19 June 1828 ;
pres. to Merton, Oxon 8 Mch 1834, res. 2 July 1840, C. of Lewannick
in Cornwall ; V. of Bakewell, Derbys. 1840-69, R. of Hitcham, Oxon
1869-73, d. 1873 ; transl. part of S. Chrysostom's Homilies on the First
of Corinthians (Library of the Fathers), publ. fourteen Sermons on The
Lord's Supper 1834, Family and Private Prayers 1839. His 2 wife
Theophania Lucy Vernon d. E. Grinstead 17 Mch 1892 aged 64.

George Dawson (2 s. Robert, architect, of Bangor), b. Liskeard,
ed. Bangor Free sch., M. 17 June 1822 age 18, 3 Classics and
I Math, 1826; B.A. 16 Nov. 1826, Corn. 1827, res. 7 Oct. 1841,
having been pres. to R. of Woodleigh, Devon 26 Jan. 1841; M.A.
5 Feb. 1829; d. 7 Mch 1888.

William Se"well (2 s. Thomas, of Newport, I. of Wight), b.
Southampton 23 Jan, 1804, ed. Winchester, M. Merton 2 Nov. 1822,
Postmaster of Merton, i Classics 1827, B.A. 2 June 1827 ; Petr. 1827,
English Essay 1828, Latin Essay 1829, M.A, 2 July 1829, B.D.
17 June 1841, D.D. 1857; Classical Examiner 1832-33, Tutor
1831 ; Incumbent of S. Nicholas in the Castle, Newport 1831-74,
Prof, of Moral Philos, 1836-41, Select Preacher 1852, Preacher
at Whitehall 1850; founded the Colleges of S. Columba in Ireland,
opened 26 Ap, 1843, ^^'^ Radley near Oxford 6 Mch 1847, Warden
of Radley 1852-60, d. Litchford Hall, Manchester about i in the
morning Nov, 13-14, 1874; bur, S. Andrew's, Blackley ; wrote
Christian Morals 1840, Christian Politics 1844; Lectures on Plato
1 84 1, Hawkstone ed. 2, 1846, Journal of a residence at St. Columba
1848, The University Commission, or Lord John Russell! s Postbag
(anon.) 1850, and translated the Agamemnon, the Georgics, the Odes
of Horace &c. ; he ed. his sister's Amy Herbert, and other stories, only
said to be 'by a lady'; Men of the Time 1872, Annual Reg. 1874
p. 175 ; Metnoirs of Samuel Clark 1878 p. 147, Mozley ii. 23-28,
J. B. Mozley's Letters 40, 71, 120, Church's Oxford Movement 130,
Reminiscences of Oxford (O.H. Soc.)35i, Qu. Rev. April 1891 p. 403;
Pusey's Life, index; Crockford i860 p. 551 and 1874 p. 777. There



1829J rp:gister of exktkr collk(;k. 175

is a memorial window in the Chapel. A biography is given in his
sister's Some last words of Dr. Sewell, and a list of his writings in his
posthumous Microscope of the New Testament 1878.

James Fisher (i s. James), b. S. Mary le Bow 1807, ed. Win-
chester, M. Brasenose {John in matric. reg.) 22 Jan. 1824 age 17 ;
Petr. 1827, res. by letter dated Nottingham 27 May 1837 on account
of his father's ill health throwing much management on him ; 2
Classics 1828, B.A. 27 Jan. 1831, MA. 28 May 1834, at Inner
Temple 1827.

William Heberden (3 s. Thomas, canon of Exeter, by Mary d. of
Joseph INIartin banker of Lombard St., N. and Gleanings iv. 161), b.
16 Jan. 1804, ed. Westminster 181 7, M. Oriel 23 May 182 1, 3 Classics
1825, B.A. 13 May 1825; adm. Chaplain 17 June 1828, vac. 7 Jan.
1830 by instit. to Broadhembury, Devon 7 Jan. 1829, res. 1874;
M.A. 19 June 1828, d. London 17 Aug. 1890; m. Litdeham, Devon
I July 1835 Susanna Catherine 9 d. of James Buller of Downes. His
3 s. Charles Buller became Principal of Brasenose 1889.

Edward Arthur Dayman (3 s. John, d. 1859, m. 1801 Jane o. d.
of Nicholas Donithorne Arthur of S. Columb), b. Padstow 1 1 July
1807, ed. Tiverton, M. 14 Ap. 1825, Corn. 1828, vac. by m.
Tiverton 7 July 1842 Ellen Maria i d. of WilHam Dunsford of
Ashley Court near Tiverton, she d. 27 Ap. 1890 age 79; i Classics
1829, B.A. 20 Oct. 1831, M.A. 20 May 1832, B.D, 13 May 1841 ;
Tutor 1834, Subrector 1839, Proctor 1840; Classical Examiner
1838-39, 1841-42, pres. to Shillingstone, Dorset 21 Jan. and instit.
7 June 1842, hon. Canon of Sarum 1862, Proctor in Convocation
1852, d. 30 Oct. 1890; Hutchins iii. 448, 450; published Modern
hifidelHy 1861, Essay on Inspiration 1864, was joint editor of the Sarum
Hymnal 1868 and contributed to the Hymnary 1872; Newman's
Letters ed. Miss Mozley, Pusey's Life ii. 173, Bibl. Corn. 11 53.

William Jacobson (o. s. William), b. Great Yarmouth 1803, ed.
Homerton and Glasgow Univ., M. Edmund H. 5 May 1823 age 19,
scholar of Lincoln; 2 Classics 1827, Ellerton Prize 1829, B.A.

14 June 1827 ; Petr. 1829, vac, by m. S. Nicholas', Great Yarmouth
23 June 1836 Eleanor Jane y. d. of Dawson Turner; hon. Fellow
1882 ; M.A. 15 Oct. 1829, Vice-Principal Magd. H. 1832-48, Select
Preacher 1833, 1842, 1869, Master of the Schools 1834-35, Public
Orator 1842-48, Reg. Prof, of Divinity i Ap. 1848-1865, D.D.

15 Ap. 1848, Theological Examiner 1870; C. of S. Mary Mag-
dalene, Oxford 1830-32, P.C. of Iffley 1839-40, R. of Ewelme



176 REGISTf:R OF EXETER COLLEGE. [1829

1848-65, consecr. Bishop of Chester 24 Aug. 1865, res. 1884, d.
13 July 1884; ed. The Apostolic Fathers 1840, ?inA Bishop Sander-
son^ s works in six volumes 1854; portrait in Illust. London News
1865 xlvii. 217; Mozley ii. 26, Burgon's Twelve Good Men ii. 238-
303, Mod. Eng. Biog.

St. Vincent Love Hammick (3 s. Sir Stephen Love, surgeon of R.
Naval Hosp., Stonehouse, by Frances o. d. of Peter Turquand of
London, W. Antiq. xi. 95), b. Plymouth 9 July 1806, ed. Ottery, M.
2 Feb. 1824, 2 Classics and 2 Math. 1828, B.A. 12 June 1828, Dev.
1829, vac. 6 Jan. 1837 by instit. to V. of Milton Abbott, Devon
6 Jan. 1836; M.A. i July 1830, succeeded to baronetcy 15 June
1867, d. 20 Feb. 1888; m. 6 Ap. 1837 Mary 2 d. of Robert
Alexander; Mod. Eng. Biog.

Richard Croft (3 s. Sir Richard, of S. James', London), b. Old
Burlington St. 1808, M. Balliol 20 May 1825 age 16, 2 Classics

1829, B.A. 27 IMay 1829, Petr. 1829, vac. by m. Exeter 15 Oct.
1839 Charlotte Leonora d. of Lieut.-Col. Russell, she d. 1854;
m. (2) 1856 Louisa d. of Samuel Holland of Dumbleton, Glouc. ;
M.A. 9 Feb. 1832, M.B. 30 Mch 1833; R. of North Ockenden,
Essex 1840-45, V. of Hartburn, Durham 1845-56, of Hilhngdon,
Middlesex 1856-69, d. 17 Feb. 1869; on 22 July 1835 gave
a dinner to the Judges in the College Hall; Denman's Life ii. 24;
Doyle's Rerniniscences 15.

Marwood Tucker (3 s. Marwood, V. of Harpford, Devon 181 7,
by Charlotte Jane d. of William Davy Foulkes), b. 24 Aug. 1804, M.
Balliol 8 Dec. 1821, scholar 1822-9; 3 Classics 1825, B.A. 25 May
1825, M.A. 4 Dec. 1828; adm. ChapL 29 Ap. 1830, vac. by m.
18 Aug. 1 83 1 (when C. of Honiton) Ann Cranmer JMiller d. of
Edmund Nagle one of the two coheiresses of the Beauchamps of
Pengreep and Trevince in Cornwall ; R. of S. Martin's. Exeter
1840-54, of Widworthy 7 Ap. 1862; Bibl. Corn. 809, N. and
Gleanings iv. 37.

Edward Fanshawe Glanville (3 s. Francis by his 2 wife Elizabeth
2 d. of Robert Fanshawe of Plymouth, R.N.), b. Catchfrench, St.
German's 16 Ap. 1807, M. 28 Feb. 1824, B.A. 19 June 1828, Corn.

1830, vac. by m. 25 July 1835 Mary Anne 4 d. of Sir Scrope
B. Morland, widow of Rev. F. C. Spencer of Wheatfield, she d.
Oxford 21 Jan. 1882 age 84; M.A. i July 1830, Proproctor 1833;
R, of Wheatfield 1836-54, P.C. of Tideford, Cornwall 1854-56,
resident Stoke Damertl 1856-65, C. of S. I\Iary Magilalene, Oxford



i83ij REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE. 177

1866, R. of Yelford, Oxon 1869-77, d. Oxford 9 Aug. 1878, bur. at
Jericho Cemetery.

Charles Lewis Cornish (3 s. Robert, by Frances Ann d. of Joseph
Squier), b. Exeter 16 June 1809, M. Queen's 2 Feb. 1827, Michel
Scholar; Dev. 1830, vac. by m. Marylebone 30 Dec. 1841 Eleanor
I d. of E. T. IMonro M.D. of Harley St., London; i Classics 1831,
B.A. 6 July 1833, M.A. 28 May 1834; Tutor 1834-41, P.C. of
Littlemore, Oxon 1847-48, V. of Compton Dando, Som. 1859-69,
held a school at Walton in Gordano near Clevedon, d. there 3 Jan.
1870 age 60; Church's Oxford Movement 66.

Horatio Nelson Dudding (o. s. Edward Barr, of St. Martin's in
London), b. Marylebone 21 Sep. 1808, ed. Charterhouse, M. 8 May
1826, I Classics 1830, B.A. 21 Oct. 1830, Petr. 1831, vac. by m.
25 Oct. 1837; M.A. 10 Feb. 1835, Lecturer Ex. Coll., C. of S.
Ebbe's, Oxford 1836-37, instit. R. of Little Stonham, Suffolk 12 June
1837, res. 1842 for V. of S. Peter's at St. Albans.

George Frederic Fowle (4 s. William), b. Chute, Wilts 20 Oct.
1809, M. Balliol 2 Ap. 1827, 2 Classics 1830, B.A. 28 Ap. 1831 ;
Sar. 1831, res. 28 Ap. 1841; M.A. 27 June 1833, barrister M. T.
24 Nov. 1843, d. Chute Lodge, Wilts, the residence of his brother,
8 Jan. 1863 ; Gent. Mag. 1863 xiv. 260.

Reginald Edward Copleston (3 s. Rev. John), b. Offwell, Devon,
M. 24 Mch 1828 age 17, Dev. 1831, vac. by m. New Windsor 29 Dec.
1840 Anne Elizabeth d. of Thomas Sharpe; 2 Classics 1832, B.A.
13 Nov. 1834, M.A. 30 June 1837, R. of Barnes, Surrey 13 Jan. 1840,
res. 1863 for V. of Edmonton, Middlesex, d. there 10 Jan. 1878. His
s. Reginald Stephen is Bishop of Colombo.

John Ley (2 s. Jacob, R. of Ashprington, Devon 179 4- 1859,
previously master at Ottery S. Mary, and C. of Talaton, by Caroline
d. of Rev. John Hill), b. Ashprington 12 Sep. 1805, ed. Ottery,
commoner 1822 to 5 Dec. 1859, M. 20 June 1822, B.A. i Dec. 1826,
M.A. 18 June 1829, adm. ChapL 20 Oct. 1831, Bursar and then
Subrector; vac. 4 July 1851 by pres. 7 Jime 1850 to R. of Waldron,
Sussex, res. 1882; B.D. 17 June 1841 ; C. of S. Aldate's, Oxford
1840-47 ; m. Harriet d. of A. Collett : d. Beechcroft, Torquay 26 Mch
1 89 1 in 87 year; edited Beven'dge on the Catechism, and Nicholson on
the Catechism, and published an Account of Waldron, its church,
mansions and manors in Sussex Archseol. Coll. 1861 xiii, 80-103; his
sister m. Robert Hussey, Regius Prof, of Eccles. History.

Ernest Hawkins (6 s. Henry, Major E.LC, by Ann o. child of John



1^8 REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE. [1831

Gurney of Bedford), b, Lawrence End, Kimpton, Herts 25 Jan. 1801,
M. Balliol 19 Ap. 1820, 2 Classics 1824, B.A. 28 May 1824, M.A.
8 Feb, 1827 ; Shi. 1831, vac. by m. 29 July 1852 Sophia Anna d. of
J. H. G. Lefroy, R. of Ashe, Hants; B.D. 14 June 1839, C. of
S. Aldate's, Oxford, Select Preacher 1839, Secretary S.P.G. 1838-64,
canon of Westminster 5 Dec. 1864, minister of Curzon chapel,
Mayfair 1850-68, d. 5 and bur. 12 Oct. 1868 in the cloister of
Westminster Abbey. Wrote Documents relating to the erection of
bishoprics in the Colonies 1844, ed. 4 1855, Manual of Prayer for
Working 7)ien and their families 1855, ed. 4 1856, The Book 0/ Psalms
with explanatory notes 1857, ed. 3 1865, and 14 other books : organized
the Gospel of S. fohn revised by Jive clergymen 1857 ; Nat. Biog., Mod.
Eng. Biog.

Nutcombe Oxnam (4 s. Rev. William), b. Exeter 1810, ed. Harrow,
Peel Medallist 1828, M. Oriel 19 Mch 1828 age 17, scholar of Trinity
1829, I Classics 1832 ; Dev. 1832, vac. by m. Pitminster, Som. 9 Jan.
1834 his cousin Jane Georgina d. of John Gould, she was b. Mylor,
Cornwall 1799, d. Torquay 13 Sep. 187 1 ; B.A. 13 Nov. 1834, I\LA.
17 Dec. 1839; V. of Modbury, Devon 1834, preb. Exeter 26 Jan.
1850, d. Modbury 13 Sep. 1859 ; Gent. Mag. 1859 vii. 535.

Robert Jefferies Spranger (i s. Robert, R. of Toynton, Lines, and
V. of Tamerton Foliot, Devon, pres. by Lord Eldon), b. Tamerton, ed.
Charterhouse, M. 10 Mch 1830 age 18, first open scholar 1831 ; Dev.
1832; Tutor 1839; res. 26 Mch 1841 ; i Classics 1834, B.A. 2 July
1835, M.A. 9 June 1836 ; d. Southampton 29 Aug. 1888; wrote Faith
of Apostles as delivered by S. Irenaeus 1861 ; Lectures on First Chapter
of Genesis 1863; Studies from the Fathers — The Exodus — 1866; and
other single sermons. J. B. Mozley's Letters p. 223.

John Carey (2 s. James, of Guernsey), B.A. Trin. Camb. 1833,
incorp. B.A. Oxford 14 Jan. 1833; Guer. 1833 ; d. 25 Dec. 1836 age
25; Gent. Mag. 1837 vii. 216.

. Gustavus Townsend Stupart (i s. Gustavus, capt. R. N.), b.
Starcross 25 July 1813, ed. Ottery, M. 30 June 1830, Dev. 1833, vac.
20 Dec. 1 84 1 by instit. to V. of Merton, Oxon 20 Dec. 1840, res.
Aug. 1863; 2 Classics 1834, B.A. 30 June 1837, d. 10 June 1868;
translated S. Chrysostom's Homilies on S. fohn, part i, Homilies 1-4 1
in Library of the Fathers 1848.

John Philip Hugo (2 s. Thomas), b. Crediton, M. Wadham 23 June
1829 age 17 ; 4 Classics and i Math. 1833, B.A. 15 ]\Iay 1833, Math.
Scholar 1834. Dev. 1834, vac. by m. Crediton 15 Nov. 1842 Maria



i837] REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE. 179

Cleave 2 d. of John Smith of Crediton; M.A. 13 Ap. 1837, in'stit. to
Exminster 8 Dec. 1841, d. there 29 Oct. 1862 ; Gent. Mag. 1862 xiii.
786.

William Wyatt Woollcombe (i s. William ALD., of Plymouth, by
Anne Elford d. of W. Wyatt R. of Framlingham, Suffolk, Misc. Gen.
1882 p. 287), b. Plymouth Ap. 1813, M. 10 June 1830 age 17,
3 Classics 1834, Dev. 1834, res. 27 June 1854 on instit. to R. of
Wootton, Northants, res. 1882; B.A. 30 June 1837, M.A. 8 Mch
1838, B.D. 21 June 1850; P.C. of Iffley, Oxon 1840-54; d. 25 Nov.
1886.

William Charles Duller (2 s. Sir Antony, puisne Judge at Calcutta,
by his cousin Isabella Jane 7 d. of Sir William Lemon), b. Gluvias
1812, M. Oriel 9 Dec. 1830 age 18, i Math. 1835, B.A. 14 May 1835;
Corn. 1836, vac. i Dec. 1851 by not taking the degree of B.D. ; M.A.
20 Nov. 1838, barrister L. I. 7 May 1840, d. 26 Aug. 1875 ^©^ 62 ;
Visit. Com. 58, Coll. Corn. 120.

William Andrews (3 s. William, of Salisbury J.P. by Mary Theresa
d. of J. Allan of Salisbury), b. Salisbury 26 Feb. 181 2, M. 27 Jan.
1831. then exhibitioner at Queen's 1832 ; 2 Classics 1835, B.A. 6 June
1835, Sar. 1836, vac. 6 Nov. 1855 by instit. to R. of Broad
Somerford, Wilts 6 Nov. 1854, m. 15 Jan. 1856 Mary Anne y. d. of
William Croome J.P. of Glouc; M.A. 8 Feb. 1838, B.D. 16 May
1849 ; Master of the Schools 1840-41, Proctor 1848, d. 24 Sep. 1887.

John Brande Morris (i s. Rev. John, jMichel fellow of Queen's,
D.D., of Brentford, Middlesex, by Anna Frederika d. of Augustus
Everard Brande; and nephew to the distinguished chemist William
Brande), b. New Brentford 4 Sep. 181 2, M. Balliol 17 Dec. 1830;
2 Classics 1834, B.A. 20 Nov. 1834, Petr. 1837, res. 24 Jan. 1846
on becoming a Roman Catholic; M.A. 8 July 1837, d. Hammersmith
9 Ap. 1880; trans. S. Chrysostoin on the Romans 1841, and Select
Homilies of S. Ephrem from the Syriac 1846 ; wrote prize essay on the
Conversion of the Hindus 1843; Nature, a parable 1842; Take t ha
Koomee, or the gospel prophecy of our Lady s Assumption, a drama i?i
verse 1858; fesus the Son of Mary 2 vols. 1851; Introduction to the
Eucharist 1878; Oliver's Collectiotts illustrating the history of the
Catholic religion in the Western Counties 1857 pp. 357-59, Cox 311,
Mozley ii. p. 10 ; J. H. Newman's Letters, ed. Miss INIozley; N. and
Q. 1888 p. 48, Church's Oxford Movement 205, Pusey's Life ii. 413,
504, 507, Nat. Biog.

William Corbet le Breton (o. s. William), b. S. Helier's, M. Pemb.



i8o REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE. [1837

23 Feb. 1831 age 15, Morley Scholar, 3 Classics 1835, B.A. 26 Nov.
1835; Jer. 1837, vac. by m. S. Luke's, Chelsea, 8 July 1842 Emilia
Davis y. d. of William Martin; M.A. 26 Oct. 1837, Dean of Jersey
1850, R. of S. Saviour's, Jersey 1850-75, of S. Helier's 1875, d.
London 28 Feb. 1888; Pycroft i. 64, 67, 114.

Louis Woollcombe (2 s. Rev. Henry, d. 1861, m. 18 Ap. 1812
Jane Frances 2 d. of Sir Thomas Louis), b. Broadhembury 1814,
M. Wadham 9 Feb. 1832 age 17, scholar of Pembroke, 2 Classics
1835, B.A. 3 Dec. 1835, Dev. 1837, vac. 14 Jan. 1846 by instit. to
R. of Petrockstow, Devon 14 Jan. 1845; V. of Menheniot 1883-7;
M.A. 6 June 1838, d. 19 Ap. 1889; m. 1854 Augusta Rundell
d. of Rev. Charles Brown, she d. 17 Ap. 1892; Misc. Gen. 1882
p. 288.

Philip Mules (is. Philip, by 2 d. of Col. Vibart of Amberd House,
Som.), b. Honiton 8 Nov. 181 2, ed. Eton 1829, M. Brasenose 10 Oct.
1832, 2 Classics 1836, B.A. 24 Nov. 1836 ; Dev. 1837, vac. by m.
26 Ap. 1855 Anne d. of William Egerton of Gresford Lodge, Den-
bighs. ; M.A. 10 Ap. 1839, B.D. 1851 ; examining chaplain to Bishop
of Gibraltar 1842-47, chaplain to Duke of Rutland at Belvoir Castle
1848, d. there 26 Ap. 1892; wrote in the Christian Remembrancer
and Eraser's Magazine ; Lysons' Devon ci.

Thomas Henry Haddan (i s. Thomas, solicitor, by Mary Ann d.
of John Haddan), b. City of London 18 14, ed. Finchley, M. Brasenose
2 July 1833 ^g^ 18, I Classics and i Math. 1837, B.A. 5 INIay 1837 ;
Petr. 1837, res. 11 Jan. 1843; English Essay 1838, Eldon Scholar
1840, M.A. 25 June 1840, B.C.L. 28 Nov. 1844; Vinerian Fellow

1847, barrister L T. 11 June 1841; m. Southampton 3 Oct. 1861
Caroline Elizabeth y. d. of Capt. James Bradley R.N. ; C. F. Trower
was his brother-in-law; he d. Vichy 5 Sep. 1873; originated the
Guardian newspaper 1846; published Remarks on Legal Education

1848, Limited Liability Acl 1855, Outlines 0/ Administrative Juris-
diction 0/ Court 0/ Chancery 1862 ; Nat. Biog.

Stephen Jordan Rigaud (i s. Stephen Peter, Fellow 1794), b. West-
minster 27 Mch i8i6,ed. Greenwich, M. 23 Jan. 1834, i Classics and
I Math. 1838, Petr. 1838, vac. by m. 6 July 1841 Lucy F. S., o. d. of
Benjamin Lewis Vulliamy of Pall Mall; S.C.L., B.A. i July 1841,
M.A. 6 Ap. 1842, B. and D.D. 1854; Math. Examiner 1845-46,
Select Preacher 1856, Master at Westminster 1846-50, Head Master
Ipswich 1850-57, F.R.S., consecr. Bishop of Antigua 2 Feb. 1858, d.
there of yellow fever 17 May 1859; published sermons 1852 and



i840] REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE. i8i

1856; Gent. Mag. 1859 vii. 83; Agnew's Protestant Exiles from
France, Index vol. p. 236. N. and Q. 5. xii. 495.

Joseph Loscombe Richards (Fellow 1818), el. Rector i Sep.
1838, d. 27 Feb. 1854.

George Rawlinson (3 s. Abram Thomas, by Eliza Eudocia d. of
H. Creswicke of Camden, Glouc.), b. Chadlington, Oxon 23 Nov.
1812, ed. Ealing, M.Trinity 7 Nov. 1834, in University Eleven 1836,
I Classics 1838, B.A. 21 June 1838; Petr. 1840, vac. by m. Oxford
8 July 1846 Louisa Wildman 2 d. of Sir Robert Alex. Chermside ;
treasurer and president Union Soc. 1840, M.A. 21 Ap. 1841, tutor
1841, Denyer prize 1842 and 1843, Classical Moderator 1852-53,
Classical Examiner 1854, 1856-57, 1868-69, Theol. Examiner 1874-
75, Bampton Lecturer 1859, Camden Professor of Ancient Hist.
1861-89, F.R.G.S., corresponding member of the Royal Academy of
Turin, and the American Philosophical Society ; C. of Merton, Oxon
1846-47, Canon of Canterbury 1872, Proctor in Convocation since
1873, R. of Allhallows, Lombard St., June 1888; published Trans-
lation of Herodotus 4 vol. 8° 1858-60, The Five Great Monarchies of
the Ancient World 4 vol. 1862-7, Hist, of Parthia 1873, Hist, of
Egypt 2 vol. 1 881; contributor to Aids to Faith, to the Speakers
Commentary , to Smith's Dictionary of the Bible, to Dean Spence's
Homiletic Commentary; Cox 374, Pycroft ii. 89, 95, 114, J. C.
Mozley's Letters p. 223.

Charles Francis Trower (4 s. John, of Weston Grove, Hants, and
half brother of Bishop Trower), b. S. George's, Hanover Sq., 181 7,
ed. Winchester, M. 18 Feb. 1835 age 17, scholar of Balliol Nov.
1835, in the University Eleven 1838, i Classics 1838, Latin Verse
1838, B.A. 24 Jan. 1839, Petr. 1840, vac. by m. Southampton 27 Dec.
1843 Frances Mary i d. of Capt. Bradley R.N.; Vinerian Scholar 1840,
M.A. 21 Ap. 1842; Barrister I. T. 18 Nov. 1842, d. 3 June 1891 :
Guardian 17 June 1891 p. 952; wrote a legal novel called Htitspot
1852, Anomalous Condition of English furisprudence 1848, The Web
of Love 1856, The law of debtor and creditor i860. The law of the
building of Churches and divisions of Parishes 1867, ed. 2 1874,
A mafiual of the Prevalence of Equity 1876.

Robert Shuttleworth Sutton (is. Robert, by Susan Elizabeth
Schuyler, both of Flushing), b. Flushing 23 Nov. 18 18, ed. Tiverton,
M. Brasenose 15 Ap. 1837 ; Corn. 1840, vac. 17 Feb. 1854 by instit.
to R. of Rype, Sussex 17 Feb. 1853, res. 1888; m. Hellingley, Sussex
14 Sep. 1854 Henrietta d. of Thomas Woodward; 4 Classics 1841,



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B.A. 50 June 1843, M.A. 22 May 1845, Preb. of Chichester 12 Aug.
1876; Coll. Corn. 937.

John Rendall (2 s. Charles Henry, by Harriet d. of Harry Salmon,
of Bath), b. Oxenwood, Berks 21 Feb. 18 19, ed. Charterhouse, M.
Balliol II May 1837, 2 Classics 1841, B.A. 9 June 1841 ; Sar. 1841,
vac. by m. 11 May 1854 Fanny d. of Laurence Desborough, of Grove
Hill, Surrey; Ellerton Essay 1842, M.A. 22 May 1845, barrister L T.
31 Jan. 1845; resident Westworth, Cockermouth 1892.

Paul Augustine Kingdon (3 s. Thomas Hockin, Fellow 1794),
b. Bridgerule 10 Mch 1820, How exhibitioner 27, and M. 29, INIay
1837, 3 Classics and i Math. 1841, B.A. 28 INIay 1841, Dev. 1841,
vac. by m. Shebbear 16 Sep. 1854 Elizabeth Fortescue i d. of late
Peter Davy Foulkes V. of Shebbear; Math. Scholar 1843, IM.A.
22 May 1845, barrister L. I. 24 Nov, 1846 ; N. and Gleanings ii. 177.

James Peers Tweed (i s. Rev. James, of Dunmow, Essex), b.
Writtle near Chelmsford 28 Mch 1819, M.Pemb. 15 Feb. 1838, Bible
Clerk ; Petr. 1841, vac. 9 July 1863 by instit. to R. of Litde Waltham,
Essex 9 July 1862; m. Yarpole, Hereford 5 July 1864 Annie Mary
2 d. of Joseph Edwards, preb. of Hereford; Ireland Scholar 1841,

1 Classics 1842, B.A. 6 July 1844, M.A. 2 May 1845 ; wrote pamph-
lets on T/ie Educational QuestioJi at Oxford: d. 5 Dec. 1889 ;
Cox 413.

Matthew Anstis (i s. Matthew, solicitor, by Anne Gully), b. Lis-
keard 4 Nov. 1815, ed. Tiverton, M. 29 Oct. 1834, 3 Classics 1839,
B.A. 21 Nov. 1839, M.A. 28 Ap. 1842, Corn. 1842, vac. by m. Long-
don, Staffs. I Oct. 1853 Maria Elizabeth i d. of Sir George Chetwynd,
and widow of Henry Grimes, she d. London 3 June 1882; C, of
Menheniot 1840, C. of Kidlington 1843-51, V. of Cubbington,
Warwicks. 1854-65, d. 5 May 1882; Bibl. Corn. 1032, Coll. Corn,
index p. 1606.

James Antony Froude (y. s. Archdeacon Robert Hurrell), b. Dar-



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