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accommodated there.'

The Rev. St. John Eliot founded 2 exhibitions of £30 each for
candidates from Truro gr. sch.; the electors, after the death of his
trustees, to be the Schoolmaster and the Vicars of Kenwyn, Gluvias
and Verj'an. The money was in the 3 per cents. Candidates were
to have been 3 years at Truro School and to be members of Exeter
College. The arrangements were settled by decree in Chancery
14 Mch 1767, see Allen's Liskeard 174-8, R.I.C.x. 423, Coll. Corn.
234, 1388, 1393. Latterly the money has been given in small sums
to boys at the school or at parish schools with little beneficial result.

William Giff"ord in 1827 founded 2 Gifford Exhibitions of £30
each, Reg. 1827 p. 12, and 25 June 1832. By his will he left for
this purpose £2000 in the 3 per cents. The exhibitions were to be
given to youths educated at Ashburton gr. sch. or, in default of such,
to youths of the County of Devon. On the evidence of Dr. Ireland
Dean of Westminster, Giff'ord's friend and executor, Chancery by
decree dated 8 Nov. 1831 settled the preference given to mean 'born,
or educated (in part or wholly) in Devon.' There is no limitation of
age or standing, under the degree of B.A. The exhibitions are tenable
for four years, and dividends accumulated during vacancies are to be
invested for the fund.



REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE. 203

Thomas How of Balliol, R. of Huntspill, Som., who d. 15 Mch
1 819, founded an exhibition at Balliol. On Balliol declining the gift,
it was transferred to Exeter by decree of Chancery 4 Mch 1831. It
was for sons of Clergy resident in Somerset and Devon, alternately,
provided they were actually members of the College, and under 19,
and w-as tenable till the holders were of standing for M.A., or were
elected Fellows of the College, or ceased to be members of the College.
The sum given was £2400 in the new 3^- per cents. The exhibition
was divided into two in 1863.

Joseph Loscombe Richards, Rector 1838, left by will £350 in
3 per cent, bank annuities to found a divinity prize (Reg. 1836 p. 46-
48 his letter and extract from his will, and p. 197) ; and the reversion,
after his sister's death, of some fields in Kidlington (Hist, of Kidlington
137) to found an exhibition for a poor scholar, already matriculated
at the College. His friends subscribed £644 i8s., which bought
£707 8s. lid. in the funds, to found an exhibition for any poor
scholar.

Mr. George Redsull Carter of Deal, who d. 13 Feb, 1879, founded,
by will dated 11 Ap. 1873, proved 24 Mch 1879, ^ scholarship of the
value of £80 a year, for which persons born in the County of Kent,
■who are already members of the College, have a preference ceteris
paribus. Subject to this reservation the scholarship is open. He
made a similar bequest to S. Peter's Cambridge, and the sum divided
between the two Colleges was £4139 \s. 2d.

Miss IMarianne Hasker, of 61 Eversfield Place, S. Leonard's-on-
Sea, founded 2 Hasker Scholarships in 1883 for divinity students.
She gave these and a stained glass window Jan. 1855, in memory of
her father the Rev. George Henry Hasker who d. 26 Sep. 1881, and
her mother Sarah Anne Hasker (id. James Jell Chalke, of Sheppey),
who d. 9 Jan. 1883. George Henry Hasker, o. s. Thomas of
Loughton, Essex, b. 10 Ap. 1794, ed. Winchester, M. 9 Dec. 181 3,
2 Classics 1 8 16, B.A. 24 Ap. 1817, at Lincoln's Inn 181 5.

In 1 83 1 the Bible Clerkship was suspended (Reg. 9 Feb.; and 7
Ap. 1841). It was restored 13 Nov. 1841, when an anonymous gift
of £50 was made through Robert Jefferies Spranger. In 1862 it was
made into two open exhibitions for poor scholars. The clerk used to
dine off the joint that came from the High Table.

There were no open scholarships till 1831, when the College
founded 4 of £30 a year each, tenable for 4 years, and open to all
candidates above the age of 16. But the University Commission of



204 REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE. [1631

1854 threw the fellowships open, and (Reg. p. 205, New Ordinance
of 9 Oct. 1855) suppressed 10, partly to found scholarships, 10 Open,
10 Stapeldon for (in the first place) the diocese of Exeter, and 2 for
the Channel Islands; the first election of scholars under the new
Ordinance was held 1856. In 1882 the numbers were made 12 Open
and 8 Stapeldon. The College besides gives some scholarships or
exhibitions for Modern History and for Natural Science.

Only a few names occur before 1705. William Jesse, fellow 1639,
is called pensionariiis Aclandianus. As the College does not appoint
to some of the exhibitions, no list was kept ; in fact, the authorities
have not always been informed who hold the exhibitions. Unfor-
tunately the schools also have no complete lists.

William Rowland (s. Griffin, pleb., of Worcester), at Ex. Coll. 1627
age 17, B.C. 1631, M. 3 Feb. 1631 age 21, B.A. 24 Mch 163I, M.A.
5 Dec. 1634, C. of S. Margaret's, Westminster under the Common-
wealth, seceded to Rome, d. Vambre near Paris 1659; Prideaux'
Survey, Athenae iii. 486, 649-50.

Gervis Raynes (s. Edward, of Ordsall, Notts), poor scholar 1 2 i\Ich
169! to 12 July 1699, ^* 4 ^^^- 1694 age 16, B.A. i Feb. 169^^,
Darell 1705.

John Lacy (s. James, V. of Sherborne, Hutchins iv. 264), sojourner
25 June 17 13, caution repaid 10 Dec. 1719, M. 25 June 1713 age
16, Symes 30 June 1713, appointed by the Foundress; B.A. 10 May
1717, d. 23 Mch 1 7 19 age 23 ; see Reg. 2 Oct. 1862 ; Gutch i. 119.

George Lacy, Symes 14 Ap. 1719 in place of his brother John;
sojourner 10 Dec. 1719 to 20 Jan. 172^, M. 14 Dec. 1719 age 16,
B.A. 13 June 1723, M.A. 28 June 1726; .? instit. to R. of Melbury
Sampford and to IMelbury Osmond 19 Nov. 1726 ; and V. of Siinsford
15 Jan. 1739, all in Dorset; R. of Silverton, Devon 1750; d. 1761 ;
Hutchins ii. 442, 569, 681,

Robert Westley (s. Rev. Thomas, of Berkley, Som.), Symes
30 June 1727, battellar 7 July 1727 to 14 July 1732, M. 3 July 1727
age 13; deprived 29 Ap. 1733, a notice fixed on the College gates
15 Mch summoning him to return into residence having proved
fruitless.

George Widdowson (s. George, pleb., of Tuxford, Notts), Darell
1729, poor scholar 26 June 1729 to 28 IMch 1734, M. i July 1729
age 20, vac. 1742; B.A. 13 Ap. 1733.

George Upton (s. Rev. James, of Bishopshull, Som., and broihcr of
Francis, fellow 1 74 1), b. Taunton, sojourner i Ap. 1731 to 21 July



1758] REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE. 205

1740, and 24 Jan. to 3 Feb. 1752, M. i Ap. 1731 age 17; Symes
30 June 1733, res. 18 June 1741 ; B.A. 12 Oct. 1734, M.A. 10 June
1737; R. of Seavington with Dinnington, Som. 28 Feb. 1737 on
cession of John Upton, patron John Lord Poulct.

Neville Wells (s. Dr. Thomas, V. of Frome), bap. 9 July 1724, ed.
Winchester 1737, battellar 23 June 1741 to 22 July 1748, M. 26 June

1 741, Symes 30 June 1741, B.A. 3 May 1745, M.A. 23 Mch 174!^;
res. 20 June 1749 : Hutchins ii. 667; Master of Farley Hospital, and
R, of Grinstead, Wilts 1768 till his death in i8oi ; Phillipps ii. 83, 102.

John Frost (s. John, pleb., of Granby, Notts), b. Barnston, Notts,
M. Lincoln 19 May 1740 age 21 ; sojourner 28 Oct, 1740 to 30 May
1750, Darell 1742, named by archdeacon of Notts; B.A. 26 Jan.
i74f, M.A. II Oct. 1746.

John Harington (s. John, of Corston, Som.), b. 26 Mch 1732,
sojourner 11 May 1749 to 4 July 1754, and 15 Nov. 1754 to 17 Ap.
1756, and 2 to 5 Jan. 1759, M. 11 May 1749, Symes 30 June 1749;
res. 1756; m. Rachel i d. of H. Hawes R. of Bemerton, Wilts; B.A.
10 Ap. 1753, I\I.A. 8 Ap. 1756, B. and D.D. 17 Ap. 1771, perhaps
V. of Bickleigh, Devon 14 June 1756, res. 1760, W. Antiq. vii. 214 ;
R. of Chalbury, Dorset 1766, of Thruxton near Andover, preb. of
Yatesbury, d. Thruxton, bur. S. Edmund's, Salisbury 10 June 1795;
Hutchins iii. 118 ; Maclean iii. 260 ; Misc. Geneal. Nov. 1882 p. 275 ;
see 1791.

Edmund Brown (s. Paul, of Butterwick, Lines.), b, Lincoln,
sojourner 24 May 1754 to 7 Mch 1758, M. 25 May 1754 age 18,
adm. Darell 25 May 1754, named by George Reynolds, Master of
Retford Hospital, and subdean of Lincoln; B.A. 7 Feb. 1758; testi-
monials for orders 9 Feb. 1758.

Samuel Horner (s. Samuel, of S. George's, London), b. Frome,
Som., battellar 18 INIch 1755 to i Mch 1760, M. 19 Mch 1755 age
20, el. Symes 30 June and adm. 5 July 1756; d. 1760; Hutchins
ii. 667.

John Comyns (s. John, of Bishops Teignton), M. Balliol 18 Mch
1758 age 19; sojourner Ex. Coll. 30 Mch 1759 to 23 May 1766,
Reynolds 1758, named by the Chapter of Exeter, B.A. 4 Dec. 1761.

Samuel Cooke (s. John, of Exeter), sojourner 20 Mch 1758 to 29
Dec. 1761, M. 18 INIch 1758 age 18, Reynolds 1758, named by the
Chamber of Exeter 8 Mch i7|f, B.A. 17 Dec. 1761, R. of Cottisford,
Oxon II Ap. 1769, V, of Great Bookham, Surrey 1 770-1 820, d.
Bookham 30 Mch 1820.



2o6 REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE. [1760

John Wood (s. Joseph, of Milton, Som.), sojourner 2 July 1760 to
5 July 1764, M. Balliol 29 Nov. 1758 age 17; Symes 30 June 1760;
B.A. 18 June 1762, d. 1767.

James Watts (s. John, of London), b. Middlesex, sojourner i Nov.
1760 to 6 Jan. 1762, adm. Reynolds i Nov. 1760, M. 10 Nov. 1760
age 20, left 6 Jan. 1762.

Joshua Sampson (s. Rev. Joshua, of Retford), sojourner 13 Dec.

1762 to 26 June 1766, adm. Darell 6 and M. 9 Nov. 1762 age 20 ;
B.A. 28 May 1766, M.A. 11 July 1769, M.B. 13 July 1772, M.D.
18 June 1776; R. of South Otterington, Yorks. 1796-1828; m.
29 Jan. 1793 Mary d. of Thomas Bramley of South Otterington.

Charles Rugge (s. William, of Westminster), ed. Eton, adm.
Reynolds 10 Dec. 1762, M. 15 Dec. 1762 age 20, sojourner 19 Feb.

1763 to 24 July 1767, B.A. 6 June 1766; d. 1773.

Charles Churchill (s. John, of Exeter), adm. 24 and M. 28 Feb.
1763 age 17, Reynolds 12 Mch 1763, named by Chapter of Exeter,
battellar 28 Feb. 1763 to 6 Dec. 1768, B.A. 23 Mch 1771.

John Gibbons (s. Alexander, of Hatherley), M. 10 Oct. 1763 age
17, named by Chamber of Exeter 3 and adm. 12 Oct.; battellar
26 Jan. 1764 to 15 June 1768, B.A. 19 June 1767, M.A. 27 June
1770; testimonials for orders 15 June 1768.

Robert Westcott (s. Rev. John, of Lyng and of Hatch Beauchamp,
Som.), battellar 21 Mch 1765 to 14 Nov. 1777, M. 21 Mch 1765
age 17, Symes 11 IMch 1767; B.A. i Feb. 1769; testimonials for
deacon's orders 16 Feb. 1769.

William Salkeld, named Reynolds 27 July and adm. 16 Oct.
1767, Fellow 1 77 1.

Robert Pugh (s. Hugh, pleb., of Dolgelley), ed. Truro, battellar
26 Mch 1768 to 23 May 1772, Eliot; M. 26 Mch 1768 age 19, B.A.
29 Feb. 1772, C. of W^eston, P.C. of Lee Brockhurst, Salop, V. of
Donnington, Lines. 1794-1825, d. Whixhall near Wem, Salop 16 Feb.
1825 age 77 ; Gent. Mag. 1825 i. 474.

James Ferris (s. John, of Truro), battellar 26 IMch 1768 to 7 Nov.
1 77 1, Eliot; M. 26 IMch 1768 age 19.

John Cope Westcott (s. Rev. John, of Lyng, and of Hatch
Beauchamp), battellar 30 Mch 1770 to 23 Feb. 1774, B.C., M. 26
Mch 1770 age 18, B.A. 12 Feb. 1774; R. of Ruddington, Notts, and
of Hatch Beauchamp, Som. 1784.

William Smith, sojourner 20 Oct. 1769 to 9 July 1772, named
Reynolds 26 Feb. 1770; Fellow 1772.



1775] REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE. 207

Thomas Donnithorne (s. Richard, of Truro), sojourner 30 ]\Ich
1770 to 23 Feb. 1774, Eliot, M. 26 Mch 1770 age 18; B.A. 12 Feb,
1774, V. of Cuckney, and R. of Holmepierrepont, Notts July 1797,
m. Mary 4 d. of John Penrose V. of Gluvias ; Gent. Mag. 1797, 67
ii. 626.

John Penrose, sojourner 18 May 1771 to 7 July 1774, Eliot
1770; Fellow 1774.

Ames Crymes (s. Rev. Ames, of Buckland INIonachorum), b.
Oxford, sojourner 30 Mch 1770 to 23 Feb. 1774, M. 29 Mch 1770
age 20, named Reynolds 7 July 1770, B.A. 12 Feb. 1774.

John Hodge (s. John, of Clyst-Honiton), sojourner 17 Dec. 1770
to 10 Ap. 1772, Reynolds, M. 1 7 Dec. 1770 age 18, V. of Cullompton
12 June 1830, d. ro Oct. 1833.

John Cole, Eliot 1771, Fellow 1778, Rector 1808.

Richard Vivian, Eliot 1771, Fellow 1774.

Francis Moore (s. of Rev. William, of South Tawton), named
Reynolds 7 Nov. 1772, sojourner 13 Mch 1773 to 20 Feb. 1778,
M. 13 Mch 1773 age 17, B.A. 8 Feb. 1777, M.A. 18 Nov. 1779,
R. of Inwardleigh, d. 25 Aug. 1795.

John Blake (s. Nicholas, pleb., of N. Molton, Devon), battellar
21 June 1773 to 31 Jan. 1777, B.C., M. 21 June 1773 age 18.

Robert Dodge (s. Rev. Robert, of Plymouth), named Reynolds
12 i\Ich 1774, sojourner 18 June to i Sep. 1774, M. 18 June 1774
age 16; B.A. Queen's 7 May 1778, M.A. 31 May 1781.

John Pearson (s. Rev. Robert, of Crewkerne and W. Camell,
Som.), M. Wadham 27 May 1773 age 18; B.C., battellar 11 May
1775 to 22 Ap. 1777, B.A. 14 Mch 1777, chaplain of Piddington,
Oxon, ed. bishop Pearson's Twelve Sermons Buckingham 1803.

Samuel Johnson (s. William, pleb.), b. Great Torrington, M.
Pemb. 23 Mch 1771 age 17 ; sojourner 4 Nov. 1775 to 4 Feb. 1777,
and 6 July 1783, named Reynolds 19 Aug. 1775; see Pedigree of
Colby 1884 p. 26.

Buckland Bluett (s. Gilbert), b. Taunton, battellar 5 Ap. 1773 to
4 Aug. 1777, commoner 22 Ap. to 4 Aug. 1777, and 10 May 1794
to 10 Mch 1795, M. 3 Ap. 1773 age 19, Symes 30 June 1775;
B.A. 10 Oct. 1776, M.A. 10 Mch 1795, R. of Church Staunton
1784-1837, C. of Otterford 1817, d. Haygrass near Taunton 13 June
1837 age 83.

John Cutler (s. Roger, of Eton), sojourner 4 Nov. 1775 to
18 June 1779, Reynolds, M. i Nov. 1775 age 19; B.A. 9 June 1779;



208 REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE. [1778

Master of Dorchester, and then of Sherborne, school ; Hutchins
iv. 290,

John Comins or Comyns (s. Thomas, of Witheridge, Devon,
by Johanna), b. 28 Jan. 1759, M. Balliol 18 Oct. 1777; named
Reynolds 24 and el. 28 Feb. 1778; B.A. 26 Ap. 1781.

Thomas Smyth Glubb, sojourner 13 May 1777 to 11 July 1780,
Symes, named 7 Aug. 1777, el. 30 June 1778, Fellow 1780.

John Arthur (s. John, of Truro, by Judith d. of Thomas Pellew),
b. 1759, ed. Truro, sojourner 13 Ap. 1778 to n Mch 1782, and
16 May 1791, Eliot, M. 10 Ap. 1778, B.A. 9 Feb. 1782 ; V. of Little
Colan, Cornwall 1 790-1 836, of S. Neot's, Hunts i Nov. 1 806-1 836,
d. Little Colan 12 Dec. 1836; Polwhele's Biography, Bibl, Corn.
1036.

William Gifford (s. Edward; W. Antiq. x. 187, see his letters in
Smiles' Life of John Murray ii. 163 ; ? great grandson of Roger Giffard
sen. of Halsbury), b. Ashburton Ap. 1756, B.C., M. 16 Feb. 1779
age 21,' but was excused from putting in any caution on account of
his place,' B.A. 10 Oct. 1782, editor of the Antijacobin 1798, and the
Quarterly Review from 1809 to 1824, trans. Juvenal, ed. Ben Jonson;
d. London 31 Dec. 1826; Nat. Biog.

William Ra"wlings (s. William, of Padstow, who d. 1795, by
Catherine), bap. S. Columb Major 3 June 1761, sojourner 13 INIch
1780 to 10 Mch 1784, Eliot, M. 11 Mch 1780; B.A. 26 Nov. 1783,
V. of Padstow 1790-1836, m. Padstow 14 IMay 1787 Susanna d. of
Peter Salmon; their d. Mary was bap. S. Columb Major 12 Sep.
1788. He d. 20 Dec. 1836 age 76, monu. at Padstow; his wife
d. 3 Jan. 1 82 1 age 57 ; Lake iv. 15, i6, Bibl. Corn. 550, Coll. Corn.

787, 1394-

Thomas Jackson, sojourner 20 Feb. 1777 to 5 July 1781,
named Reynolds 25 Sep. 1779, Fellow 1781.

John Whalley (s. Daniel), b. Aldgate Without, London, ed. Eton,
M. 14 July 1780 age 19, el. Reynolds July 1780, sojourner 2 Dec.
1780 to 12 Feb. 1785, B.A. 13 May 1784, M.A. 5 Feb. 1788 ; V. of
Rushall, Staffs. 1807-1839, d. 12 July 1839.

William Griffiths, cl. Reynolds Oct. 1780 from Eton, Fellow
1784.

William Hayne (s. Richard), b. Exeter, sojourner 22 Dec. 1780
to 28 June 1784, and 8 Mch 181 1 to 26 June 1816, M. 9 Dec. 1780
age 17, el. Reynolds Dec. 1780, named 9 Jan. i783(?). B.A. 9 June
1784, M.A. 20 June 181 1.



1786 1 REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE. 209

Henry Parsons (s. Rev. Francis, of Veovil and Ijiidgwaier),
sojourner 13 Gel. 1781 to 17 Aug, 1787, el. Symes and M. 10 Oct.

1781 age 16, B.A. 21 June 1785; Fellow of Oriel 1787, M.A. 21 May
1788, R. of Goathurst 1 789-1 845, V. of Wembdon 1791, both in
Som. ; chaplain to Earl Poulett, preb. of Wells 20 Aug. 1791 vice
Francis Crane Parsons; d. Goathurst 9 Jan. 1845 "^^^^ 80.

Richard Hawkin Hitchins, sojourner 23 Ap. 1781 to 4 July 1783,
named Reynolds 25 Aug. 1781, Fellow 1783.

John Vye, named Reynolds 22 Mch 1783, sojourner 11 Mch

1782 to 9 July 1785, Fellow 1785.

Richard Paul (s. William), b. Trevanh house, Gwennap 1763,
sojourner 11 Ap. 1781 to 24 Mch 1785, Eliot, M. 3 Ap. 1781 age 18 ;
B.A. 3 Feb. 1785, R. of Mawgan in Pyder, Cornwall 1804, d. 7 Dec.
1805 age 42. His widow Frances d. of Robert Bateman M.D., of
Queens', Camb., R. of S. Columb INIajor and of Mawgan in Pyder,
d. 25 Oct. 1819 age 51 ; Lake iii. 291, 293 ; Coll. Corn. 662.

John Neville Freeman, adm. Reynolds 13 Dec. 1782, Fellow
1787.

Thomas Roberts (s. Thomas, of Denbigh), b. Llanbedrog,
Carnarvon, ed. Eton, M. Jesus 16 May 1782 age 19 ; adm. Reynolds
19 July 1783. commoner Mich. 1783 to 12 Mch 1790, B.A. 18 Dec.
1786, ]\LA. 12 June 1789, testimonials for priest's orders 11 May
1789.

Henry Dillon (s. Henry, of Penryn), commoner 20 Mch 1782 to

11 July 1786, Eliot, M. 20 Mch 1782 age 18; B.A. 28 Feb. 1786;
Coll. Corn. 207.

William Huntridge Moore (s. Samuel, druggist and alderman),
b. S. Stephen's, Exeter, M. 30 IMch 1784 age 17, named Reynolds
29 Sep. 1783 and adm. 26 Mch 1784, commoner 6 Ap. 1784 to

12 Mch 1788, B.A. 16 Feb. 1790.

Richard Reed (s. John, pleb., of Buckland and Tavistock), M.
Queen's 8 Ap. 1783 age 19; battellar 21 Feb. 1784 to 12 Ap. 1787,
B.C. 1784, testimonials for orders June 1786, B.A. 19 Oct. 1786.

Anthony Pyne (s. John, of Charlton Mackerel, Som., ' and brother
in law of Mr. J. Michell'), bap. W. Charlton 14 Feb. 1768, M.
10 Nov. 1786, Symes 4 Nov. 17S8, res. 1791; B.A. 3 June 1790;
R. of Pitney and Kingweston, d. 1819.

John Tothill jun. (s. John, of Exeter), M. i6 Oct. 1784 age 20,
commoner 26 Nov. 1784 to 21 May 1788, named Reynolds 20 Dec.
1786, B.A. 21 May 1788.

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2IO REGISTER QF EXETER COLLEGE. [1786

Edward Tippet (s. Peter, by Elizabeih d. of Edward Collins, V. of
S. Erth), b. Truro 10 July 1769, commoner 29 Dec. 1786 to 6 INIay
1 791, Eliot, M. 13 Dec. 1786, B.A. 4 Mch 1791, U.A. King's, Camb.
1802, V, of S. Allen, Cornwall 23 Ap. 1833, d. there 17 Sep. 1840 ;
Lake i. 13, Bibl. Corn. 722, Coll. Corn. 997.

Samuel Teed jun., named Reynolds 11 Sep. 1787, Fellow 1789.

James Harvey (s. Rev. Edmund), b. Radwell, near Baldock, Herts,
ed. Eton (superannuated for King's, Camb.), commoner 6 ]\Ich 1787
to 17 Mch 1 79 1, Reynolds, M. 16 Mch 1787 age 18 ; B.A. 11 Mch
1791, in orders.

Joseph Worgan (s. John, Mus. D., of S. Andrew Undershaft,
London), b. Marylebone, ed. Eton, commoner 30 Oct. 1787 to 3 Jan.
1795, Reynolds, M. 26 Oct. 1787 age 19, B.A. 22 June 1791,
testimonials for orders June 1791, V. of Pebworth, Glouc. 1822,
d. 1825.

Charles Marshall, commoner 29 Oct. 1788 to 10 July 1793,
named Reynolds by the Chapter 12 Mch 1789, Fellow 1793.

David Williams (s. Morgan, pleb., of Llanrhystid, Cardigan),
M. Wadham 3 May 1786 age 19; battellar Ex. Coll. 29 Dec. 1786 to
29 Nov. 1790, B.C. 1788, B.A. 14 Jan. 1790, ordained 30 IMay 1790
on a tide to C. of IMerton, Oxon, Chaplain of Ch. Ch., d. 15 Dec. 1791.

Samuel Cole (5 s. Humphry), b. Marazion 18 Nov. 1766, commoner
4 June 1785 to 28 June 1789, and 17 June to 7 July 1791, and 8 Dec.
1821 to 24 Ap. 1839, M- 17 ^Ich 1785, Eliot 1788, B.A. 10 June
1789, M.A. 10 June 181 1, B. and D.D. 12 Nov. 1819, Chaplain
to Duke of Clarence, Chaplain at Calcutta 1799, V. of Sithney,
Cornwall 1819-39, Chaplain of H.jNL Fleet; senior Chaplain of
Greenwich Hospital ; George IV ordered that all books for religious
instruction in the navy should be submitted for his sanction ; d, Green-
wich Hospital 25 Nov. 1838; m. Jane d. of John Griffith; Bibl.
Corn. 76.

James Reed, ed. Eton, Reynolds, commoner 6 Ap. 1789, Fellow
1792.

John Wolvey-Astley (s. Edward), b. S. Dunstan's in the West,
London, Reynolds, commoner 7 Nov. 1789 to 19 June 1801,
M. 10 Oct. 1789 age 18, B.A. 17 Feb. 1795, I\I.A. 6 June 1798.

John Collier Jones, Eliot 1789, Fellow 1792.

Frederick Croker (s. Richard, of Liskcard and Truro, capt. in the
army, then in the Custom House, London), B.C., M. 18 May 1790
age 18, B.A. 29 Jan. 1794.



1794] REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE. 211

James Eyre Harington (4 s. Dr. John, of Sarum), b. 16 June 1774,
Misc. Geneal. Nov. 1882 p. 276, and iv. 294; el. Symes and M.
9 Nov. 1791, B.A. 3 June 1795, M.A. 4 Mch 1799, R. of Chall)ury,
Dorset 18 15, of Sapcote, Leics. 1815; m. Margaret d. of James Moffat;
d. 16 Aug. 1836 ; Hutchins iii. 117, 118.

John Warren Plo^wman (s. John, M.A., V. of Toller Porcorum,
Dorset ; and nephew of John Warren, M.D., of Taunton, Hutchins ii.
712), b. Dorset, M. Oriel 20 May 1790 age 18 ; Reynolds, commoner
Mch 1791 to 5 May 1794, B.A. 4 Mch 1794, V. of Toller Porcorum,
d. Milton Abbas, Dorset 7 Nov. 1798.

Theophilus Barnes, named Reynolds 28 May 1791, Fellow 1794.

Robert Lukin (3 s. George William, of Felbrigg and Metton in
Norfolk, afterwards Dean of Wells, by sister of William Windham of
Felbrigg; the brother of Robert Lukin inherited the Windham
property by will of William Windham, on condition of his taking the
name, London Gazette 1824 p. 700, Gent. Mag. 1803 i. 269-70,
Nichols' Illust. vi. 720-21); b. Metton, ed. Eton, Reynolds, M. 13
July 1791 age 18, Demy of Magdalen July 1 792-1802, B.A. 15 Ap.
1795, M.A. 4 Ap. 1799, Fellow of Magdalen, First Clerk in War
Office 1 83 1, secretary to the Tennis Club, and a very fine player;
Bloxam vii. 126, Parr's Works vii. 648, Misc. Gen. 1893 p. 332,

John Haydon Cardew, Eliot 1791, Fellow 1794.

William Smith (s. William Edward, clerk in the Treasury), b.
Hammersmith, ed. Eton, commoner 22 Oct. 1792 to 5 May 1794,
Reynolds, M. 16 Oct. 1792 age 20, B.A. 23 Nov. 1796.

Charles Vaughan (s. Rev. Henry, of Brecknock), ed. Eton,
commoner 15 Oct. 1793 to 4 June 1801, Reynolds, M. 5 July 1793
age 18, B.A. 13 Mch 1798, M.A. 3 June 1801.

Henry Moon (s. Peter, priest vicar, and then preb. Lincoln 1780),
b. Lincoln, commoner 31 May 1793 to 10 Ap. 1801, Darell, M.

15 May 1793 age 18; B.A. 26 Ap. 1797, testimonials for orders
Aug. 1797, V. of Chippenham, Camb. 1808, d. Ap. 1815.

Henry NichoUs (s. Henry, of Gerrans, Cornwall), commoner Mich.
1791 to 3 July 1800, M. 13 Dec. 1791 age 18, Eliot 1793; B.A.
9 Feb. 1796, M.A. Peterhouse, Camb. 1808, V. of Payhembury and
of Rockbeare 1831-60, d. 5 Jan. i860 age 87.

John Davis (s. William, of Cheselborne and Dewlish, Dorset),
B.C. at Midsummer 1794, commoner 12 Nov. 1796 to 23 Feb. 1798,
M. 4 June 1794 age 18, B.A. 15 Feb. 1798, testimonials for orders

16 Nov, 1797, diocese of Bristol.



212 REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE. [1795

George Thomas Plummer (s. William), b. Truro, commoner 24
Mch 1795 to 28 Mch 1800, Eliot, M. 25 IMch 1795 age 18, B.A.
5 Feb. 1799, Chaplain of Bodmin Gaol to 181 2, R. of Northill 31
May 1821, d. Plymouth ? Dec. 1828; Coll. Corn. 742.

Charles Trevanion Kempe (s. Admiral Arthur, by ]\rary d. of
Christopher Warrick of Park near Truro), b. Penzance, Eliot,
commoner 5 Dec. 1795, as of Polsue near Tregony, to 9 Dec. 1802,
M. 4 Dec. 1795 age 18, B.A. 23 INIay 1799, M.A. 24 Ap. 1805, R. of
S. Michael Caerhayes, S. Dennis and S. Stephens in Brannel 20 Jan.
1806-1851, V. of Grade 1813-23, d. Caerhayes 23 Dec. 1851 ; m.
Elizabeth 3 d. of Edward INIarshall V. of Breage, she d. Falmouth
Aug. 1857 age 72; Coll. Corn. 443, 535, 1394.

Gilbert Hancock (s. George, of Exeter), B.C., M. 9 Nov. 1796
age 17, commoner 3 July 1800, B.A. 7 July 1809, testimonials for
orders 19 Mch 1810, diocese of Exeter.

Robert Maunder (s. Robert, of Tiverton), b. Tiverton, commoner
4 June 1794 to 2 Jan. 1802, M. 4 June 1794 aged 19, Reynolds
1796, B.A. 15 Feb. 1798, testimonials for orders Dec. 1797, C. of
N. Molton 1798.

Thomas La"w (s. John, of Barnstaple), b. Bishop's Tawton ;
named Reynolds 12 Nov. 1796 by Chapter of Exeter, commoner
14 Dec. 1796 to 29 Dec. 1803, M. 15 Dec. 1796 age 19, B.A. 12 June

1800, R. of Newton Tracey 1814-32, d. 18 Feb. 1832.

John Salter (s. John), b. Exeter, named Reynolds 7 Feb. and
M. 3 May 1797 age 15, commoner 26 May 1797 to 3 Nov.' 181 9,
B.A. 4 Mch 1807, ]\LA. 10 Oct. 1808, R. of Stratton S. Margaret,
Wilts, 1801-33, P.C. West Teignmouth, preb. of Sarum 1814, d.
19 Mch 1833 ; Phillipps ii. 106, Le Neve ii. 683.

Gilbert Henry Langdon (s. Rev. Gilbert, of Piddletown and Milton
Abbas, Dorset), b. Piddletown, commoner 29 May 1797 to 27 June
1806, M. 26 I\Iay 1797 age 17, Symes 30 June 1797, civilian Lent

1801, R. of Weston Patrick 1813, of Athelhampton 1818, both in
Dorset, and of Rotherwick, Hants, d. 28 Sep. 1840.

Richard Ellicombe (s. William, R. of Alphington), b. Exeter,
Reynolds, commoner 29 Nov. 1798 to 2 Mch 1803, and 27 Oct.



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