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lington 23 Ap. 1818, ed. Westminster 1830, M. Oriel 10 Dec. 1835,

2 Classics 1840, English Essay 1842, B.A. 28 Ap. 1842, Dev. 1842,
res. 27 Feb. 1849 (see Letter to Lord J. Russell, on The Constitutional
Defects of the University and Colleges of Oxford, by a member of the
Oxford Convocation 40 London 1850 p. 38); IM.A. 2 Mch 1843, hon.
Fellow Ex. Coll. 1882; Regius Prof, of INIod. Hist, ami Fellow of
Oriel 1892 ; wrote A History of England from the Fall of Wolsey to
the death of Elizabeth 1856-70; Short Studies on Great Subjects 1867
seq., 7'he English in Ireland 1871-4 ; Biography and Letters of



1843 ] REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE. 183

Thomas Carlyle 188 1-2, Oceatia 1886; The Spanish Story 0/ the
Armada 1892; Rector of S. Andrews 19 INIch 1869 and hon. LL.D.,
Commissioner at Cape of Good Hope 1874-5; editor of Eraser's
Magazine to 1 881; relinquished Deacon's Orders 1872 ; m.(i) S.Peter's
Belgrave Sq. 3 Oct. 1849 Charlotte INIaria 5 d. of Pascoe Grenfell,
M.P. Marlow, she d. near Bideford 21 Ap. i860; (2) 12 Sep. 1861
Henrietta Elizabeth d. of John Ashley Warre of West Cliff House,
Ramsgate, she d. 12 Feb. 1874 age 49; Cartoon Portraits 1873
pp. 126-27 ; Illust. Review v. pp. 215-22 ; Illust. London News 1871
lix. 62-63 ^^d ^9) 9 Ap- ^^892 (portrait); Mozley ii. 28-36, Revue
des Deux Mondes Sep. 1887 p. 68; The Galaxy, New York Sep.
1872 pp. 293-303 (by Justin Macarthy); A. K. H. Boyd's Twenty-five
Years of S. Andravs.

Frederick Fanshaw^e (4 s. gen. Edward, by Frances Mary d. of
gen. Sir Hew Whiteford Dalrymple, and grandson of R. Fanshawe
R.N., Commissioner of Plymouth Dockyard), b. Devonport 14 Feb.
1821, M. Balliol 28 Mch 1838, scholar, Latin Verse 1841, i Classics
and 3 Math. 1842, B.A. 6 May 1842, Dev. 1842, vac. by m. 20 Dec.
1855 Mary Louisa y. d. of gen. Sir Henry Goldfinch; M.A. 30 May
1844, Tutor, Hebrew Lecturer, Senior Bursar, and Librarian; Master
of the Schools 1851-52, Master of Bedford gr. sch. 1855-74, d.
Cheltenham 27 Mch 1879.

Richard Cowley Powles (2 s. John Diston, by Emma d. of Lieut.
Col. Ogle), b. City of London 21 May 1819, ed. Helston and King's
Coll. London, M. i Feb. 1838, scholar 1839-42 ; treasurer 1840, presi-
dent 1 84 1, librarian of Union Soc. 1842; i Classics 1842, Petr. 1842,
vac. by m. Leamington 13 June 1850 Mary d. of George Chester, of
I.C.S.; B.A. 4 Dec. 1845, M.A. 22 Ap. 1846, tutor 1846, Classical
Examiner 1849-50, kept a school at 9 Eliot Place, Blackheath 1850-
69, then at Eversley in Hants 1869-80; preb. of Chichester, and
examining Chaplain to Bishop of Chichester 1887; Letters and
Memoirs of C. Kingsley ed. 4 pp. 23-28, 95, 130, 137-144; ed.
Sermons of Lousada i860, and published some single sermons; resides
Priory House, Chichester; Burgon's Twelve Good Meti ii. 272, 315.

George Butler (i s. George, Dean of Peterborough, by Sarah
Maria d. of John Gray of Wembley Park), b. Harrow 11 June 1819,
ed. Harrow, kept 4 terms at Trinity, Camb., adm. Oxford ad eundem
1840, M. 16 Oct. 1840, Hertford Scholar and open scholar Ex. Coll.
1841 ; Petr. 1842, vac. by m. 3 Jan. 1852 Josephine Elizabeth 4 d.of
John Grey of Dilston; i Classics 1843, B.A. 4 Dec. 1845, M.A. 30



1 84 REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE. [1843

Ap. 1846, Tutor of Durham, hon. D.D. Durham 1882, Principal of
Butler's Hall, Oxford 1856-8, Vice-Principal of Cheltenham Coll.
1857-65, Principal of Liverpool Coll. 1866-82, canon of Winchester
7 Aug. 1882, d. London 14 Mch 1890 ; wrote Principles of Imitative
Art 1852, Descriptio Antiqui Codicis Virgiliani (priv. p.) 1854, The
Raphael Draivings in the University Galleries (Oxford Essays), Village
Sermons at Tytieside 1857, Family Prayers 1862, Sermons preached in
Cheltenham College Chapel 1862, and edited several Atlases; Recollec-
tions of George Butler, by Josephine E. Butler 1892 ; Cox 373, 390.

John Duke Coleridge (i s. Sir John Taylor), b. S. Pancras 3 Dec.
1820, ed. Eton 1832-8, M. Balliol 29 Nov. 1838, scholar, B.A. 10
Nov. 1842, president of Oxf. Union Soc. 1843, librarian 1844; Petr.
1843, vac. by fn. 11 Aug. 1846 Jane Fortescue 3 d. of Rev. George
Turner Seymour of Farringford Hill, L of Wight, she d. 6 Feb. 1878 ;
m. (2) 13 Aug. 1885 Amy Augusta Jackson i d. of Henry Baring
Lawford of Bengal C. S., and of Upton Park, Slough, Bucks, she was
b. 1853; M.A. 26 Nov. 1846, hon. D.C.L. 13 June 1877, barrister
M.T. 6 Nov. 1846, Recorder of Portsmouth 1855-1866, Q.C. 22 Feb.
1861, M.P. Exeter 1865-73, knighted at Windsor Castle 12 Dec. 1868,
Serjeant-at-Law 12 Jan. 1874, Solicitor General 1868-71, Attorney
General 1871-73, C.J. Common Pleas 21 Nov. 1873-1880, Pri\7
Councillor 12 Dec. 1873, Lord Chief Justice i Dec. 1880, created
Baron Coleridge of Ottery S. Mary 10 Jan. 1874 ; F.R.S. 3 May
1877 ; the College entertained him at a public dinner 5 Mch 1874 on
his first coming as Judge to the Oxford Assizes; hon. fellow 1882 ;
spoke in the Tichborne case 1872 for 25 days, the longest speech in
any legal case on record; Daily News 16 July 1892.

Frederic Hookey Bond (4 s. late Rear Adm. Francis Godolphin,
by Sophia d. of Thomas Snow), b. Alphington, Exeter 182 1, ed.
Winchester, M. 21 Feb. 1839 age 18, GifTord Exhibitioner 1841, 2
Classics 1843, B.A. 3 June 1843, Dev. 1843, vac. by m. 8 July 1852
Mary Isabella d. of Major Henry De la Fosse, Bengal Artillery; M.A.
26 June 1845, Master of Marlborough Free Gram. Sch. 1853-78.

Edmund Boger (is. Richard, capt. R.M., captain and paymaster
R. Cornwall Militia, by Eliza d. of J. Squire, R.N.), b. Lanlivery 9 Nov.
1822, ed. Lostwithiel gr. sch. 1831-41, M. Magd. H. 13 May 1841 ;
Corn. 1843, vac. by m. 15 Jan. 1850 Charlotte Gilson 3 d. of John
Allen, Master of Ilminster gr. sch. and R. of Knowle ; 3 Classics 1845,
B.A. 26 Nov. 1846, M.A. 1859, Master of Helston gr. sch. 1850-55,
P.C. of Knowle S. Giles 1855-9. and of Kingstone 1857-9, both in



1846 J REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE. 185

Som., master of Queen Elizabeth's gr. sch., Southwark 1859, C. of All
Saints, Walworth, London 1876, hon. Canon of Rochester 24 Dec.
1877, wrote Outlines of Roman History 1861 ; Bibl. Corn. 30, 1080.

William Lempriere (2 s. Philip Raoul, by Elizabeth d. of John
Poigndestre), b. Jersey 3 June 18 18, ed. Rugby, M. Ch. Ch. 22 Oct.
1835; B.A. 14 Nov. 1839, M.A. 18 May 1843 ; adm. Jer. 2 Nov.
1843, not el. full Fellow 1844 (he appealed to the Visitor, who decided
against him) ; C. of Brockenhurst with Lymington, of Wolverstone,
Suffolk 1852-5 ; Chaplain of Rozel Manor Chapel, Jersey 1869 ; m. 15
May 1850 Julia Ann y. d. of Thomas Moore Wayne of the Manor
House, South Warnborough, Hants.

John Fielder Mackarness (is. John, of Elstree House, Bath, by
Catherine d. of George Smith Coxhead, ]\LD.), b. S. Mary's,
Islington 3 Dec. 1820, ed. Eton 1832-40, M. Merton 22 Oct. 1840,
Postmaster there, 2 Classics 1843, B.A. 30 May 1844; Petr. 1844,
vac. II Aug. 1846 by instit. to V. of Tardebigg, Worcs. 11 Aug.
1845, res. 1855; M.A. 22 May 1847, D.D. 1869; R. of Honiton
1855-69, preb. of E.xeter 1858-69, chaplain to Lord Lyttelton 1855-
69, proctor in Convocation 1865-91, V. of Monkton near Honiton
1867-69, consecr. Bishop of Oxford 25 Jan. 1870, res. June 1888;
Select Preacher 1870, Chancellor of the Order of the Garter 5 Feb.
1870, d. Eastbourne 16 Sep. 1889; m. Ottery 7 Aug. 1849 Alethea
Buchanan y. d. of Sir John Taylor Coleridge ; Memorials of the
Episcopate of J. F. Mackarness, by C. C. Mackarness (his son) 1893.

Henry Low (5 s. John, and descended from Admiral Villeneuve), b.
S. Aubin, Jersey 9 Dec. 1807, M. S. John's, Camb., 24 Wrangler 1834,
B.A. 1834, M.A. 1837, incorp. M.A. Oxford 26 June 1845 ; Jer. 1845,
Mathematical Lecturer 1848-64, B.D. 28 June 1849, ^^<^- by m. 28
July 1864 Catharina Duke Crawley, she d. Bath 22 Jan, 1885 age 80;
d. Ventnor 18 Nov. 1864, bur. Holywell Cemetery, Oxford; Gent.
Mag. 1864 xvii. 797.

Thomas Blackmore Colenso (2 s. John William, an officer of the
Duchy of Cornwall at Lostwithiel, by Mary Anne d. of Richard Black-
more of Devonport ; and brother of Bishop Colenso), b. Devonport,
M. Trinity 26 Oct. 1843 ^o^*^ 20; Dev. 1846; 2 Classics 1847,
B.A. 7 July 1849, d. Lostwithiel 28 Sep. 1849; memorial window in
the College Chapel; Gent. Mag. 1849 xxxii. 553.

Wharton Booth Marriott (7 s. George Wharton, barrister M.T.),
b. S. George's, Bloomsbury 7 Nov. 1823, ed. Eton 1838-43, M.
Trinity 12 June 1843; Petr. 1846, vac. by m. Bletchinglcy 22 Ap.



1 86 REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE. [1847

1851 Julia y. d. of William Soltau of Clapham ; 2 Classics 1847,
B.C.L. and B.A. 1851, M.A. 1856, B.D. 1870; Select Preacher 1868,
Grinfield Lecturer 187 1, F.S.A. 1857 ^"d member of the Council
1 87 1, Assistant Master Eton 1850-60, d. 16 Dec. 1871, his wife d.
1872 ; wrote EiprjviKa 1864-5, Vestiarium Christianum 1868, The Testi-
mony of the Catacombs 1870, and contributed to Smith's Dictionary of
Christian Antiquities \ Memorials of W. B. Marriott by F. J. A. Hort
1873, Proc. of Society of Antiquaries v. 309 (1870-71), Eton Portrait
Gallery 1876 p. 195, Nat. Biog.

William Ince (i s. William, by Hannah Goodwin Dakin), born S.
James', Clerkenwell 7 June 1825, ed. King's Coll. sch., M. Lincoln 12
Dec. 1842, scholar 1842-6, i Classics 1846, B.A. 26 Nov. 1846;
Petr. 1847, vac. 6 Ap. 1878 by becoming Regius Prof, of Divinity
and Canon of Ch. Ch. ; m. Alvechurch, Worcs. 11 Sep. 1879 Mary
Anne y. d. of John Rusher Eaton ; M.A. 26 Ap. 1849, D.D. by decree
7 May 1878; Tutor 1850-78, Subrector 1857-78, Proctor 1856,
Select Preacher 1859, 1870, 1875, Whitehall Preacher 1860-62, hon.
Fellow of King's Coll. London 1861, Classical Examiner 1866-68,
Examining Chaplain to Bishop of Oxford 1870; hon. Fellow Ex.
Coll. 1882 ; published Aspects of Christian Truth, Advent Sermons at
Whitehall 1862, A plea for definite Christian doctrine 1865, Religion
in the Uiiiversity, read in the Church Congress at Stoke-upon-Trent
1875, and several College and University Sermons.

George Herbert Curteis (is. George), b. Canterbury 3 Ap. 1824,
ed. Winchester, M. Univ. Coll. 26 Nov. 1842, scholar, 2 Classics
1846, B.A. 26 Nov. 1846, Petr. 1847, vac. by m. Sherborne 7 Feb.
1863 Elizabeth Anna i d. of Edmund Robert Ball of Dublin, she
publ. 1878 a Life of G. A. Selwyn, bishop of Lichfield; ALA. 28 June
1849, tutor 1855, Subrector 1856-7, Select Preacher 1857, 1866,
1875, 1888, H.M. Chaplain of the Savoy 1890; Fellow of S.
Augustine's, Canterbury 185 1-5, first Principal of the Theol. Coll. at
Lichfield 1857-80, R. of Turweston, Bucks 1870-73, canon of
Lichfield 1858-73, examining chaplain to Bishop of Lichfield 1880,
pres. by the College to Waldron 1880, res. 1882; Prof, of New
Testament Exegesis, King's Coll. 1882, chaplain Royal chapel Savoy
1 890 ; wrote Spiritual Progress, Sermons preached in Exeter College
Chapel 1855, Cathedral Restoration, two sermons, i860, and Dissent in
relation to the Church of England 1872, Bampton lecture 187 1 ; See
Which is Right, the Established Church or the Liberation Society:*
correspondence betivcen G. H. Curteis canon of Lichfield, and f. G.



i849] REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE. 187

Rogers, B.A. Congregational minister^ Clapham 1877 ; The Scienlific
Obstacles to Christian Belitf, Boyle lectures 1884, 1885, Life of
Bishop Sehvyn 1889.

Francis Turner Palgrave (i s. Sir Francis, by Elizabeth d. of
Dawson Turner), b. Great Yarmouth 28 Sep. 1824, ed. Charterhouse
1838-43, scholar of Balliol Nov. 1842, M, i Dec. 1842 ; i Classics
1847; Petr. 1847, S.C.L. Ex. Coll. 1848, B.A. 1856, M.A. 28 May
1856; vac. by m. 30 Dec. 1862 Cecil Grenville Milnes i d. of
J. Milnes Gaskell of Wakefield, M.P. ; hon. LL.D. Edinburgh 23 Ap.
1878; Vice-Principal of Kneller Hall, secretary to Earl Granville,
Assist. Secretary in Education Office to 1884; Professor of Poetry
26 Nov. 1885; published Preciosa 1852 (anon.). The Passionate
Pilgrim 1854 (pseudonym H. J. Thurstan), Idyls and Songs 1854,
Hymns 1867, Lyrical Poe?ns 1871, among other volumes of poetry
tA. Poems of A. H. Clough 1862, Selections from Wordsworth 1865,
Life of Scott, prefixed to his Poetical Works 1866; The Golden
Treasury 1861, 1881, 1891, The Children s Treasury 1875, Selections
from Herrick 1877, Visions of England 1880 (pr. pr. 50 copies)
reissued 1881, 1889, Treasury of Sacred Song 1889, Amenophis
1892.

Frederic Thomas Colby (is. Thomas, capt. R.N., by Mary i d.
of Rev. John Palmer of Great Torrington), b. S. Andrew's, Plymouth
21 Sep. 1827, ed. Shrewsbury, M. 29 Jan. 1846; Gifford scholar
1849, 2 Classics 1849; Dev. 1849, B.A. 4 Nov. 1852, M.A. 20 Oct.
1853, B.D. 1868, D.D. 1875; Bursar 1856-69; V. of South Newing-
ton 1869-70; F.S.A. 10 Feb. 1870; R. of Litton Cheney, Dorset
9 Feb. 1875, res. i May 1893, resides 12 Hillsborough Terrace,
Ilfracombe; vac. by m. Tiverton 6 Ap. 1875 Tbeophila Margaret
I d. of George Hadow R. of Tidcombe Portion, Tiverton, b. 21 Sep.
1843, d. I July 1876; m. (2) I Aug. 1877 Louisa Margaret Anne
1 d. of George de Carteret Guille R. of Little Torrington, b. 1 2 Aug.
1849 ; wrote Sermon on the Inward Epiphany 1867, Oxford, Heraldry
of Exeter in Archaeol. Instit. 1873, Catalogue of the Portrait Exhib.
Exeter 1873, on Hist, of Great Torrington, Devonshire Assoc. 1875 ;
ed. Visitations of Devon and Somerset for the Harleian Society 1872
and 1876; the Visit, of Devon 1564, 1881; and Addenda to the Visit,
of Dorset 1620, 1888; Pedigree of Colby of Great Torriftgton, ed. 2
1878; Pedigrees of Five Devonshire Families 1884, and Appendix
1885.

William Hichens (i s. Robert of East Dulwich, d. 1865, by



1 88 REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE. [1850

Jane Snaith), b. Camberwell 1825, M. S. John's 6 Dec. 1842,
I Classics 1847, B.A. 22 May 1847; Petr. 1850, d. 17 Aug. 1850
while C. of Feock, Cornwall; his Sermons were published 1851;
memorial brass in S. Ives Church; Lake ii. 254.

Charles William Boase (is. John Josias Arthur, J. P. Penzance,
by Charlotte 2 d. of Robert ShoU of Truro), b. Penzance 6 July
1828, and bap. 19 Sep. at S. Mary's, ed. Penzance gr. sch. to 1841,
and Truro gr. sch. 1841-46, where he gained Lord Falmouth's
medals 1841, and Dr. Cardew's prize 23 Sep. 1842, and Lord
Falmouth's prize of books the same year; M. 4 June 1846 as Eliot
exhibitioner, open scholar 1847-50, 2 Classics 1850, B.A. 18 May
1850, Corn. 1850 ; proximb for Arnold Historical Essay 1851 on
'Carthage,' and received a prize of books; M.A. 27 Jan. 1853;
ordained 4 Mch 1855; Tutor or lecturer 1853-94, Lecturer in
Hebrew 1859-69 and 1878-93, Librarian since 1868; Master of the
Schools 1856, Examiner in Law and Modern History 1857-58, 1865-
67, 1869-71, Classical Examiner 1862-63, Examiner in Modern
History 1872-74; University Reader in Foreign History i May
1884 for 5 years, re-elected 31 Jan. 1889, Delegate of Privileges
25 Ap. 1885 ; member of Committee for nominating Examiners in
School of Modern History j Delegate of Common University Fund ;
one of the joint translators and editors of Ranke's History of England
for the Clarendon Press, 6 vols. 1875; wrote many articles for
Smith's Dictionary of Christian Biography (Lives of Celtic Saints),
and article on Macedonian History for Encycl. Brit. ed. 9 ; and
Oxford in Longman's Historic Towns ; and the present volume
(ed. i. 1879, ii. 1893); The Register of Exeter College, an afmotaled
list of all the members of the College (vol. ii. of previous work) ;
Register of the University of Oxford i (O. H. Soc. 1885); Exeter
College, in The Colleges of Oxford by A. Clark 1891 ; An account
of the families of Boase or Bowes, Exeter 1876 pr. pr., cd. 2 1893, ed. 3
1894; and contributed to the Academy and other Literary Journals.

Henry Fanshawe Tozer (o. s. Aaron, capt. R.N., by Mary d. of
Henry Hutton of Lincoln), b. Charles, Plymouth 18 ]\Iay 1829,
ed. Winchester 1842, M. Univ. Coll. 5 Mch 1847; Gifford Scholar
Ex. Coll. 1848, 2 Classics 1850, Dev. 1850, vac. by m. Clapton
29 Aug. 1868 Augusta Henrietta d. of H. D. C. Salow of Sidmouth ;
re-elected 30 June 1882 for 7 years, and again 15 Mch 1889 for
5 years, res. 1893, hon. Fellow 1893, ordained 1852, B.A. 20 Oct.
1853, IM.A. 10 May 1854, Librarian 1855-68, Tutor 1855-93,



iSsi] REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE. 189

Classical Moderator 1 866-68, 1873, 1878-9, 1882-4, Curator of
Taylor Institution from 1869; Vice-president of Soc. for Hellenic
Studies 1879, Corresponding Member of United Armenian Educa-
tional Societies of Ararat 1881 and of Historical and Ethnographical
Society of Greece 1882; wrote Researches in the Highlands of
Turkey 1869, Lectures on the Geography of Greece 1873, Primer of
Classical Geography, ed. Finlay's Greece, 7 vols. 1877, Turkish
Armenia and Eastern Asia Mitior 1881, new ed. of Wordsworth's
Greece 1882, ed. Childe Harold 1885, The Church and the Eastern
Empire 1888, The Islands of the uEgean 1890, Selections from Strabo
1893; wrote articles on Attica, Euboea, MedicEval Greek History,
Macedonia, Thessaly, &c., in Encycl. Brit. ed. 9.

Hans William Sotheby (o. s. late Hans, E.I.C.S., d. Park Place
27 Ap. 1827), b. S. George's Hanover Sq. 17 May 1827, ed.
Charterhouse, M. 19 May 1845, i Classics 1849, B.A. 6 Dec. 1849
of Alban H., to which he went to avoid a rule that the Examination
must be passed by the sixteenth term, which, as men did not then
usually reside the first year after matriculation, acted unfairly, as
other colleges had not the rule; the real rule, passed 5 Jan. 1819,
was not so strict, see 9 Mch 1822 in the Book of College Orders,
Petr. 1851, vac. by m. 8 Sep. 1864 Charlotte i d. of Charles John
Cornish of Salcombe Regis; English Essay 1852, M.A. 30 June
1854; d. 93 Onslow Square, South Kensington 25 Sep. 1874.

George Ridding (3 s. Charles Henry, Fellow of Winchester, by
Charlotte d. of Archdeacon Stonhouse), b. the College, Winchester
16 Mch 1828, at Winchester 1840, M. Balliol 30 Nov. 1846, i
Classics and 2 Math. 1851, B.A. 1851, Craven scholar i85i,Petr.
1851, vac. by m. 20 July 1858 Mary Louisa 2 d. of George Moberly,
Head Master of Winchester, she d. Winchester 20 July 1859; Latin
Essay 1853, M.A. 28 Ap. 1853, D.D. 1869; Tutor 1853-63, Master
of the Schools 1855, Classical Moderator 1856-57, Proctor 1861,
Select Preacher 1863, Second Master of Winchester 1864-68, Head
Master 1868-84 ; m. (2) 26 Oct. 1876 Laura Elizabeth Palmer i d.
of Lord Selborne; first Bishop of Southwell 1884; has written
on the educational improvements in which he has taken a leading
part.

Thomas Henry Sheppard (8 s. Edward, of Firgrove in Dudmaston,
by Mary o. d. of John Darke of Alstone, Worcs.), b. The Ridge near
Wotten-under-Edge, Glouc. 9 Nov. 1814, ed. Rugby 1830-32, M.
Oriel 13 Dec. 1832 age 18,2 Classics 1837, B.A. 13 May 1837, MA.



I90 REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE. [1851

29 Ap. 1840, Master of the Schools 1849, 1851, adm. Chaplain 21
Oct. 1851, B.D. 1852 ; Bursar to 1878; Sub-editor of the newEnghsh
Dictionary for letters U and V ; instrumental in Mr. Gladstone's defeat
at Oxford; d. Canterbury 9 Ap. 1888, bur. S. Martin's, Canterbury,
memorial brass in Ex. Coll. Chapel.

Joseph William Chitty (2 s. Thomas, d. London 13 Feb. 1878 aged
76, by Eliza d. of A. Causton), b. 5 Calthorpe St., Gray's Inn Road,
London 1828, ed. Eton 1844-7, i^ the Eton Eleven 1844-47, captain
1847; M. Balliol 23 Mch 1847 ^ged 18, rowed No. 2 in Oxford
Eight 29 Mch 1849, and No. 4, 15 Dec. 1849, and stroke 3 Ap. 1852,
in University Eleven 1848-49, captain 1849, umpire of the Inter-Uni-
versity Boat Race 23 years to 1880; i Classics 1851, B.A. 1851,
Vinerian scholar 1852 ; Petr. 1852, vac. by m. Hanworth, Middlesex
7 Sep. 1858 Clara Jessie d. of late Lord Chief Baron Sir F. Pollock ;
Major of Inns of Court Volunteers 1869-77 ; chairman of the Univer-
sity cricket jubilee dinner 1877, of the University boatrace commemo-
ration dinner 1881 ; M.A. 26 May 1855, barrister L.I. 30 Ap. 1856,
and Q.C. 5 Feb. 1874, Bencher of Lincoln's Inn 1875, I\I.P. Oxford
City 1880-81, Judge of High Court of Justice, Chancery Division, 6
Sep. 1 88 1, knighted Windsor 7 Dec. 1881 ; photograph in Foster's
Oxford men 1880-92 ; resides 33 Queen's Gate Gardens, Lon-
don S.W.

Richard Marrack Rowe (3 s. John), b. Ragennis in Paul near Pen-
zance, bap. Paul II Oct. 1829, ed. Truro, M. Magd. H. 29 Ap. 1847,
3 Classics 1851, B.A. 1851 ; Corn. 1852, M.A. 16 Mch 1854, Theo-
logical Tutor at Queen's Coll. Birmingham 1859-60, British Chaplain
at Alexandria 1860-61, d. 17 Dec. 1 861, bur. Paul 21 Dec; wrote
Memorial Serinons at Queen's College, Birmingham i860; Bibl. Corn.
604.

George Robert Baker (2 s. Col. George), b. Bayford, Herts, M.
Wadham 18 Oct. 1848 age 18, B.A. 12 Nov. 1852, Shi. 1852; in
orders 1855, d. of consumption Bath 8 Feb. 1856 ; Gent. Mag. 1856
xlv. 543.

Richard Corbett Pascoe (i s. Major Richard, of Falmouth), b.
Stonehouse, M. Magd. H. 25 Nov. 1847 ^g^ "8, 3 Classics 1851,
B.A. 1851 ; Dev. 1853, M.A. 15 June 1854, C. of Harberton, Devon
1856-58, Vice-principal of Theol. Coll. Lichfield 1858-61, first Prin-
cipal of Theol. Coll. Exeter 1861-67, R. of S. Stephen's Exeter
1862-63, d. The Close, Exeter 9 June 1868 aged 38 ; published several
bcrmons.



i855] REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE. 191

John Prideaux Lightfoot (Fellow 1824), Rector 18 Mch 1854,
d. 23 Mch 1887.

John Kempe (o. s. John Arthur, Col. E.LC, by Elizabeth d. of
John Penhallow Peters), b. Philleigh 1827, and bap. 13 July, ed. Truro,
M. 17 Ap. 1845, Eliot Exhibitioner 1846, scholar 1846, 2 Classics
1849, B.A. 14 June 1849, Corn. 1854, vac. 30 June 1869 by lapse of
time; M.A. 15 Mch 1855, writer for London press; d. London 14
Nov. 1883 ; Graphic 17 Nov., Academy 24 Nov. 1883, Coll. Corn,
444.

Henry Carew Glanville (2 s. Francis, of Catchfrench in S. German's,
by Amabel 6 d. of R. P. Carew of Antony, and nephew of E. F.
Glanville Fellow 1830), b. Hexworthy in Lawhitton i Jan. 1830, ed.
Bedford, M. 3 Feb. 1848, 3 Classics 1851, B.A. 1851, Corn. 1854,
vac. 23 Jan. 1857 by instit. to R. of Sheviocke, Cornwall 23 Jan,
1856; M.A. 15 Mch 1855.

Arthur Kekewich (2 s. Samuel Trehawke, M.P. South Devon, by
Agatha Sophia Maria 4 d. of J. Langston of Sarsden, Oxon), b. Pea-
more, Exminster 26 July 1832, ed. Eton, M. Balliol 21 Mch 1850,
2 Math. Mod. 1852, i Classics 1853, 2 Math. 1854, B.A. 22 June 1854 ;
Dev. 1854, vac. by m. Reigate 23 Sep. 1858 Marianne i d. of James
William Freshfield; M.A. 22 May 1856, barrister L. I. 7 June 1858,
Q.C. IMay 1877, bencher 1881, Judge of High Court of Justice,
Chancery division, 12 Nov. 1886, knighted 26 Nov. ; resides 19 Park
Crescent, Portland Place, London.

James Thomas Houssemayne Du Boulay (2 s. James Thomas,
Fellow 1823), b. Heddington, Wilts 26 July 1832, ed. Winchester
1845, M- 23 Jan. 1850, Exh. 17 May 1850; i Classics Mod. 1852,
hon. 4 Classics and 4 Hist. 1854, B.A. 15 June 1854 ; Sar. 1854, vac.
by m. Algiers 9 Feb. i860 Alice Mead y. d. of George J. Cornish, V,
of Kenwyn, Cornwall, b. Kenwyn 13 Feb. 1841 ; M.A. 12 June 1856,
Tutor Ex. Coll. 1854-60, Master at Winchester 1862-93 5 Agnew's
Protestant Exiles from France, Index volume p. 248; he published
Pedigree of Ward of Middleton Cheney 1890.

William Monro Wollaston (6 s. Henry Septimus Hyde by his 3
wife Maria Frances d. of Charles Monro of London, and nephew of
William Hyde Wollaston the famous chemist), b. S. David's, Exeter
19 Oct. 1831, ed. Eton 1844-51, M. Trinity 11 Mch 1 851, Blount
scholar; i Classics Mod. 1853, i Classics 1855, B.A. 7 June 1855;
Dev. 1855, vac. by m. 24 May 1864 Constance Sophia d. of James
MacGregor M.P.; M.A. 3 June 1857, tutor 1857-63; Conduct of



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Eton 1863, V. of Merton, Oxon 5 Dec. 1863, res. i Sep. 1874,
Chaplain of S. Paul at Cannes 1874, canon of Gibraltar 1892 ; m. (2)
15 Ap. 1890 Mary d. of late Rev. William and Lady Maria Brodie.

Charles Arthur Turner (i s. John Fisher, R. of Winkleigh 1856-72,
d. 1872), b. Exeter 1833, ed. Exeter, M. 12 June 1851 age 18, Gifford
Scholar 1852, 2 Classics Mod. 1853, 2 Classics 1855, Dev. 1855,
vac. by m. Wells Cathedral 8 Mch 1866 Emily Ayscough i d. of
William Sampson Hodgkinson of Wookey Hole, Som., B.A. 30 Oct.
1856, M.A. 14 Jan. 1858; president of the Union 1856, barrister
L.L30 Ap. 1 858, Puisne Judge H. C, N. W. P., 1866-79, C. J. H. C.
Madras 1879-85, and knighted by patent 23 Ap. 1879, Member of
Indian Council 1888, CLE. i Jan. 1878, Knt. Bach. 23 Ap. 1879,
K.C.I.E. 2 Jan. 1888, resides 24 Ashburn Place, Cromwell Road,

London.

Note. вАФ From this date the Fellowships became Open.

George Miller (4 s. Sir Thomas, V. of Froyle, Hants, by IMartha
I d. of Rev. John Holmes of Bungay, Suffolk), b. Froyle 7 July 1833,
ed. Harrow, el. scholar and M. 12 June 1851 ; i Classics Mod. 1853,



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