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S. Helier's, Jersey, ed. Eton, M. Wadham 20 Oct. 1842 age 17 ; How
30 June 1843, B.A. 12 Nov. 1846, M.A. 1851, V. and Patron of
Buckland Monachorum, Devon 1855, preb. of Exeter 1889.

Richard Doddridge Blackmore (2 s. John, Fellow 1816, of Torre,
Torquay), b. Longworth, Berks 1825, ed. Bruton, Som., and Tiverton,
M. 7 Dec. 1843, Gifford 1844, 2 Classics 1847, B.A. 2 Dec. 1847,
M.A. 19 May 1852, barrister M.T. 7 June 1852, resident at Ted-
dington, Middlesex 1878, eminent as a writer of fiction. His best
work is Lorna Doojie 1869 ; he also wrote The Farm and Fruit of
Old, a translation of the first and second Georgics 1862, a translation
of the Georgics 1871 ; see Men of the Time, Foster's Men at the Bar.

Thomas Jones (2 s. Thomas), b. Bryn Owen, Cardigan 1826, ed.
Bridgenorth, Open 1844, M. 25 May 1844 age 18, drowned while
bathing at Aberystwith 17 July 1847.

Charles Edward Shirley Woolmer (2 s. Edward), b. and ed.
Exeter, M. 6 June 1844 age 16, held Stephens, Reynolds (named
Jan. 1846) and Acland exhibitions from Exeter, 4 Classics 1849,
B.A. 30 May 1849, M.A. 1851, R. of S. Andrew's, Deal 1866-80, V.
of Ramsgate 1880-87, of Sidcup 1887; m. Walcot, Bath 7 Feb. i860
Cordelia Charlotte d. of Charles Worthington of Bath ; author, see
Crockford.

Reginald William Cleave (2 s. Rev. Thomas), b. Totnes, ed.
Ashburton, Gifford, M. 11 Ap. 1845 age 17; 3 Classics 1849, B.A.
24 Ap. 1850, C. of Alwington, Devon 1852-55, and of Ivybridge,
d. Exeter 21 Jan. 1865.

Maurice Day (2 s. late Rev Henry Thomas, LL.D.), b. Wickham
Market, Suffolk 26 Feb. 1827, ed. King's Coll. sch., el. Open, and
M., 10 May 1845 age i8; B.A. 18 May 1850, M.A. 1855; Hertford
Scholar 1847, scholar of Univ. Coll. 1847, Ireland Scholar 1849,
2 Classics 1850; Head Master of King's sch., Worcester 1860-79,



224 REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE. [1845

and R. of S. Swiihin's 1865-79, Librarian of Worcester Cathedral
1872, V. of Wichenford, Worcs. 1879, d. 28 Mch 1890; see The
Vigorm'an, July 1890 p. 270.

John Robert Nankivell (3 s. John Thomas, wine merchant), b.
Truro 1826, ed. Truro, Eliot 1845, M. 17 Ap. 1845 age 18, B.A.
18 Feb. 1849, M.A. 1852, chaplain of Holy Cross, Crediton 1867, d.
The Chantry, Crediton 5 Nov. 1833; Coll. Corn. 611, 1394-5,

John Kempe, Open 1846, Fellow 1854.

Henry Algar (3 s. late Joseph, V. of Christchurch, Frome), b.
Frome 2 May 1825, ed. Rugby, M. 25 IMay 1844, Symes 27 Feb.
1846, B.A. 18 May 1848, C. of Barnardiston near Bury S. Edmunds
1869-71, and Rector 1871-72, C. of Butterton, Staffs. 1883-6, of
Yatesbury, Wilts 1886-7; wrote Notes on Galatians 1882, and 07t
Philippimis.

Richard John Howard Rice (o. s. John Howard, lieut. E.LC.S.),
b. S. Mary le Bow, ed. Kingsbridge, B.C. 1846-9, M. 20 I\Iay 1846
age 18, 4 Classics 1850, B.A. 30 May 1850, ]\LA. 1852, V. of Sutton
Courtney, Abingdon 1856.

Charles William Boase, Open 1847, Fellow 1850.

George Frederick Wilgress (o. s. late George Weatherell,
Commissariat Department), b. Kennington, Surrey, ed. Tonbridge
1841-6, M. 19 Nov. 1846 age 18; Open 1848,3 Classics 1851, B.A.
1851, M.A. 2 June 1853; C. of S. Mary's, Oxford 1854-6, of Gar-
sington, Oxon 1857-66, P.C. of Headington Quarry, Oxon 1866-7,
Hebrew Lecturer in Cuddesdon Theol. Coll. 1867-71, V. of S. IMary,
Cadmore End, Oxon 1871 ; d. there 4 Jan. 1878 aged 49.

Henry Fanshawe Tozer, Gifford 1848, Fellow 1850.

Frederick Thomas Colby, Gifford 1848, Fellow 1849.

Henry Hughes Still (i s. Rev. Peter), b. Harley St. London, ed.
Eton, Reynolds, M. ir May 1848 age 19, B.A. 1854, M.A. 1855,
R. of Catlistock, Dorset 1855, d. 9 Oct. 1859.

Francis John Poynton (2 s. Thomas, of Sheffield and London, by
Hannah Mary d. of John Hall, V. of Chew IMagna, Som.), b. Chew
16 June 1827, ed. Shrewsbury 1841-1846, M. 29 IMay 1846, Symes
7 Mch 1849, B.A. 22 May 1850, I\LA. 1853; Rector's dicol. prize
1 851 ; C. of Ducklington, Oxon 1851-52, in charge of R. of Slapton,
Bucks 1852-53, of C. of Burmington, Warwicks. 1853-58 ; R. of
Kelston near Bath 1858, member of Palacontological Society,
contributed to Miscellanea Goncalogica, wrote 1874 Hfemoranda of
the Yortishire Blackhiirnes, 187S jSIemorcinda 4"c. 0/ Kclston (see there



1850] REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE. 225

ii. 20), contributed to B. and G. Archaeol. Soc. 1885 Genealogy 0/
Haynes of Wesibiiry, 1887 Hicks 0/ Beversion, 1888 Early Registers of
Aust and Henhury: to Som. Archaeol. Soc, 1887 Roman burial place
at Northstoke, Som. : to Bath Lit. Club (not printed), on W. Prynne the
antiquary, on a find of Roman bronze coins at Lower Easton, Bristol
1874, on Hinton Charterhouse and its Cell on Mendip; m. (1) Hurst

1 Sep. 1852 Mary IMatilda Anne y. d. of Thomas Morris P.C. of
Twyford, Berks (b. 2 Feb. 1829, d. 20 Mch 1863), (2) 9 May 1866
Frances Mary d. of Thomas Billinge of Weston, Som.

George Francis Coke (o. s. George, R. of Piddle Hinton, Dorset),
b. Munsley, Herefs., ed. Eton, Reynolds, M. 24 Oct. 1849 age 19,

2 Classics Mod. 1852, 4 Classics 1853, ^•^- 1854, V. of Titley,
Herefs. 1877, d. 13 Feb. 1885.

John George Gresson (6 s. late Rev. George L.), b. Ardnocker,
King's County Feb. 1832, ed. Bromsgrove, appointed B.C. 19 and
M. 20 Dec. 1849; 2 Classics Mod. 1852, 4 Classics 1853, B.A. 1854,
M.A. 13 Nov. 1856, deacon 1858, priest 1859, resident W. Mansion,
W. Worthing 1878, .? dead.

Charles Henry Pearson (4 s. Rev. John Norman, of Tonbridge
Wells), b. Islington 7 Sep. 1830, ed. King's Coll., M. Oriel 14 June
1849; Open 1850; I Classics 1852, Sacred Poem 1857; B.A. 21
Ap. 1853, M.A., Fellow of Oriel 1854-73, Professor of Modern
History at King's Coll., London 1855-65, Lecturer on Modern
History at Trinity Coll., Camb. 1869-71, edited National Review in
1862-63, Principal of Ladies' Presbyterian Coll. Melbourne, Australia,
Professor of History in University of Melbourne 1873; took a con-
siderable part in colonial political life, was Minister of Education in
Victoria ; published a History of England durijig the Middle Ages
2 vols. 8° 1867, Historical Maps of England during 13 centuries fol.
1867, English History of the \\th century 12° 1876; National Life
and Character, a Forecast 1893; hon. LL.D. St. Andrews, Secretary
to London Agency of Victoria 1892 ; Heaton's Australian Dictionary
of Dates 1879 p. 163.

Samuel Harvey Reynolds (i s. Samuel, M.D.), b. Stoke Newington,
London, ed. Radley, M. 17 Ap. 1850 age 18, Gifford Easter 1850,
I Classics Mod. 1852, Newdigate 1853, i Classics 1854, English Essay
1856; B.A. 15 June 1854, M.A. 1857: Fellow Brasenose 1855-72,
Classical Examiner 1866-68, V. of East Ham, Essex 1871 ; published
System of Modern History 1865, The first 12 books of the Iliad 1867,
Notes on the Iliad 1871, Bacon's Essays with N'otes (Clarendon Press).

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226 REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE. [1850

James Thomas Houssemayne Du Boulay, Open 1850, Fellow
1854.

Francis Charles Hingeston (afterwards Hingeston-Randolph ; o. s.
Francis and Jane, of S. Ives), b. Truro 31 ]\Ich 1833, ed. Truro,
where he gained Dr. Cardew's prize and Lord Falmouth's prize of
books, Eliot 1850, M. 12 Nov. 1851, hon. 4 Classics and hon.
4 Math, and B.A. 1855, M.A. 3 June 1858, C. of Holywell, Oxford
1856-58, P.C. of Hampton Gay, Oxon 1858-60, R. of Ringmore,
Devon i860; preb. of Exeter 1885; m. 26 July i860 Martha Jane
o. child and h. of Rev, Herbert Randolph (whose name he assumed) ;
published Specvnens of ancient Cornish Crosses 1850, Capgrave s
Chronicle 1858, Capgrave' s The Illustrious Henries 1859, Letters
during the reign of Henry IV i860 — the last three in the Rolls series.
He is now editing the Episcopal Registers of Exeter, (i) Stafford
1886, (2) Bronescombe and Quivil 1889, (3) Stapeldon 1892, (4)
Grandisson, in the press ; Allibone Suppl.

James Bellett Richey (o. s. Rev. James, of Stoodleigh, Tiverton),
b. Culmstock, Devon, ed. Bromsgrove, M. 12 June 1851 age 17, How
30 June 1851, 2 Classics Mod. 1853, 4 Classics 1855, B.A. 12 June
1856, First Assistant Collector and Magistrate at Panch Mahal,
Bombay, C.S.L 25 May 1878.

William George Pedder (is. William Newland, V. of Clevedon),
b. Clevedon 1832, M. Worcester 21 Nov. 1849; How 1851, 2 Classics
Mod. 1852, 4 Hist. 1854; B.A. 15 June 1854, ]\I.A., Bombay C.S.
1855; m. 1863 Julia Frances d. of Lieut.-Col. Cyril Jackson Prescott;
Collector and Magistrate at Katadgi, Bombay 1856, see Report
presented to Parliament by him ; Municipal Commissioner for City
of Bombay, retired from the service 1879, Secretary to Revenue
Commerce and Statistics department India office 1879, C.S.L 29 May
1886, d. Nov. 1888.

James Augustus Atkinson (3 s. James, Inspector General of
Hospitals, Bengal), b. Boulogne 8 Mch 1831, ed. Eton, M, 23 Jan.
1850, Open 1851, I Classics Mod. 1852, 3 Classics 1853; B.A. 9
Dec. 1853, M.A. 5 June 1856; m. 5 July 1855 Charlotte Adelaide d.
of Viscount Chetwynd; C. of S.Mary's, Dover 1855-56, of Kirtlington,
Oxon 1856-58, P.C. of HoUingwood, Manchester 1858-61, R. of
Longsight, Manchester 1861, hon. Canon of Manchester 1884, V. of
Bokon 1887-93. He recited the prize Latin alcaics at the installation
of Lord Derby as Chancellor 1853, printed in Palatine Notebook
Sep. 1883; author.



i853j REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE. 227

George Miller, Open 1851, Fellow 1857.

Thomas Sikes Hichens (2 s. Robert), b. E. Dulwich 20 Feb.
1834, ed. King's Coll. sch.; Open 4 Mch, M. 5 I\Ich 1852 age 18,
2 Classics Mod. 1853, 3 Classics 1856, B.A. 22 May 1856, M.A.
9 Dec. 1858; m. S. Giles' Camberwell 4 Feb. 1862 Mary d. of Rev.
John Oldham; V. of Guilsborough, Northants 1864 ; Coll. Corn. 358.

Charles Arthur Turner, Gifford 1852, then Reynolds 16 Feb.
1852, Fellow 1855.

INIorgan George Watkins (i s. late Morgan, V. of Southwell,
Notts), b. Southwell i Feb. 1835, ed. Southwell; Darell, M. 2 June
1852, 2 Classics Mod. 1854, 2 Classics 1856, B.A. 17 Dec. 1856,
M.A. 20 Oct. 1859, 2 Master of gr. sch. and C. of Ottery 1858-61,
R. of Barnoldby le Beck, Lines. 21 Ap. 1861, of Kentchurch, Herefs.,
with Llangua, Mon, 1885; m. 27 June 1866 Edith Alethea d. of
Sidney W. Cornish Fellow 1822, V. of Ottery; Bibl. Corn. 854;
author, see Crockford.

Plumpton Stravenson Wilson (i s. Plumpton, R. of Knapton), b.
Northborough near Ilchester i May 1831, M. 30 May 1849, Symes

1852, B.A. 1853, M.A. 1854, vac. on ordination 1854, V. of Horbling,
Lines. 1876.

Robert Ingham Salmon (4 s. Thomas, solicitor), b. S. Hilda,
South Shields 23 Sep. 1834, ed. Durham; Open, and M. 25 Feb.

1853, 2 Classics Mod. 1855, 3 Classics 1857, B.A. 10 Dec. 1857,
M.A. 17 Dec. 1859; in Univ. Eight 1856; C. of Kidlington 1858-61,
of Morchard Bishop, Devon 186 1-2, senior C. of S. Michael's,
Paddington 1862-72, C.F. at Preston Cavalry barracks 1872, V. of
S. Martin's, Brighton 1875-87, R. of Barcombe, Lewes 1887;
published several sermons.

Benjamin Smith Dawson (is. Richard Henry), b. Boston, Lines.
24 Nov. 1835, ed. Exeter, named Reynolds 4 Nov. 1853; M. Oriel
6 Dec. 1853; GiflFord 7 Dec. 1855; 2 Classics Mod. 1855, 3 Classics
1857, B.A. 28 Jan. 1858, M.A. 21 June i860; C. of S. Teath,
Cornwall 1859-64, Chaplain to Legation at Madrid, assist, civil
chapl. Gibraltar 1871, R. of Hempstead near Gloucester 1879.

Henry Benwell (o. s. Rev. Henry), b. S. Peter's Port, Guernsey,
ed. Elizabeth Coll., B.C. 1853, M. 19 Jan. 1854 age 19; 2 Classics
Mod. 1856, 3 Classics 1858; B.A. 9 Dec. 1858, M.A. 19 Ap. 1865;
2 Master Ystrad Mewrig gr. sch. 1859-61, C. of S. Michael's,
Aberystwith 1862-6, C. of Merton, Surrey 1866-8; Chaplain Con-
valescent Hosp. Wmibledon 1868-72, Head Master of Horncastle

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228 REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE. [1853

gr. sch., Lines. 1872-78, R. of Langton and V. of Woodhall, Lines.
1878-90.

Roderiek Bain Mackenzie (3 s. John, of Civil Service), b. Malta
14 Sep. 1834, Darell, M. 18 May 1853, B.A. 1858, I\LA. i860,
chaplain at Spezia 1855, V. of S. Peter at Gowts, Lincoln 1868-74,
R. of Sudbrooke, Lines. 1874.

Frederick Harrison Hichens (5 s. Robert), b. Camberwell, E.
Dulwich, ed. King's Coll.; Open, M. 23 June 1854 ^ige 18 ; 3 Classics
Mod. 1857, B.A. 14 June i860, M.A. 21 Feb. 1867; m. Abigail
Smyth; V. of S. Stephen's near Canterbury 1885; Coll. Corn. 358.

George Collyer Harris (o. s. Joseph Hemmington, D.D., by
Charlotte Anne 3 d. of archdeacon John Bedingfeld Collyer of
Hackford Hall, Norfolk, she d. 1834), b. Toronto, resided at
Torquay 1839, ed. Harrow, M. 5 Mch 1852 age 18; GifiFord 1854,
3 Classics 1856, B.A. 11 Dec. 1856, M.A. 17 June 1858; C. of
Tormohun, Torquay 1859-69, Preb. of Exeter 1865, V. of S. Luke's,
Torquay 1869-74, d. 4 May 1874; m. S. Paul's, Knightsbridge,
London 26 Ap. 1865 Percy 2 d. of Hon. Francis Ward Primrose;
for his works see Sermons 1875 by late G. C. Harris, with a memoir
by Charlotte Mary Yonge.

John Hocking Hocking (is. Samuel, surgeon), b. S. Ives, ed.
Truro, M. 25 Feb. 1853 age 18, Eliot 1854, B.A. 1858, M.A. 1861,
V. of Debenham, Suffolk 1883; Bibl. Corn. 1232, Coll. Corn. 378.

Denis Times Moore (i s. Francis, surgeon), b. Much Hadham,
Herts, ed. Eton, Reynolds, M. 21 Oct. 1854 age 18, 3 Classics Mod.
1857, B.A. 1859, M.A, 1 86 1, V. of Woolton Hill, Hants 1873-84.

Charles Edward Hammond, Symes 1855, Fellow 1859.

Philip Edgar Pratt (i s. Philip Proks, bank manager), b. Walsall,
ed. Beaumaris, M. 15 June 1855 age 18; 2 Classics Mod. 1857,
3 Classics 1859, B.A. 8 Dec. 1859, M.A. 3 July 1862; C. of S.
Margaret's, Leicester 1859-61, of Ross, Herefs. 1861-5, P.C. of
Minsterley, Salop 1865-70, V. of Diddlebury, Salop 1870-80, V. of
Madley, Herefs. 1880.

Thomas Henry James (o. s. Rev. Thomas George), b. Elmswood,
Burnley, Lanes, 1838, ed. Aldenham, Herts, M. 15 June 1855 age 17,
How 30 June 1855, i Classics Mod. 1857, 3 Classics 1859, B.A.
8 Dec. 1859, M.A. 6 Nov. 1862; barrister L. I. 11 June 1862,
revising barrister N. and E. Lanes. 1873-83, practised 13 Harrington
St., Liverpool 1878, d. Bakville, Birkenhead 8 Aug. 1883.

William Frederick Gibson (2 s. Rev. Henry), b. Fyfield, near



i857] REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE. 229

Ongar, Essex, ed. Rossall, Open 15 Nov. 1856, M. 23 Jan. 1857
age 19; I Classics Mod. 1858, 2 Classics 1861, B.A. 6 June 1861,
died young.

George Graham (i s. Peter, by Margaret d. of George Arrowsmiih),
b. Kensington 26 Jan. 1839, King's Scholar Eton July 1851; Open
15 Nov. 1856, M. 23 Jan. 1857; 3 Classics Mod. 1858, B.A. 8 Dec.
1859, M.A. 27 June 1867, E.LC.S. July 1859, Postmaster at Dacca,
Bengal, retired Oct. 1875; puhVished Ltye m //le Moftissi'i iS'jS; .?dead.

Thomas Smyth Abraham (i s. Richard Thomas), b. St. Peter's,
Exeter, ed. Exeter, M. 27 June 1856 age 18, Stap. 15 Nov. 1856,
2 Classics ]\Iod. 1859, 3 Classics i860, B.A. 7 Nov. 1861, barrister
L. L 9 June 1865, d. 14 Dec. 1873.

Charles Mackworth Drake (o. s. Charles Digby Mackworth, R. of
Huntshaw, N. Devon, bur. there 28 Mch 1874), bap. Huntshavv i July
1838, ed. Cheltenham; How, M. 18 Jan. 1856 age 17; B.A. 23 June
1859, M.A. 12 June 1862, V. of Chittlehampton Dec. 1864-1867, of
Seaton 1867-9, of Veryan, Cornwall 6 Sep. 1869, d. Veryan 17 Dec.
1873 : m. 4 Jan. 1866 Georgina 4 d. of Owen Wethered of Remnanty,
Marlow ; N. and Gleanings v. 117.

Henry Aldrich Cotton (i s. W. Aldrich), b. Ellesmere, Salop, ed.
Bedford, M. 18 May 1853 age 17, Michell 15 Nov. 1856, 2 Classics
Mod. 1856, B.A. 1858, M.A. i860; V. of Haynes, Beds. 1869-76,
minor Canon of Westminster 1876, priest in ordinary to Chapel Royal
12 June 1878.

Feltrim Christopher Fagan (3 s. Christopher Sullivan), b. South-
ampton, ed. Tiverton, Richards 15 Nov. 1856, M. 23 Jan. 1857 ^E^
18; Michell Exhibitioner 21 Nov. 1857, B.A. 13 Dec. i860, M.A.
30 June 1864, P.C. All Saints, Guernsey 1865, Chaplain Allahabad
1868-71, d. 22 Aug. 1872.

Arthur Weekes (i s. late Anhur), b. Hurstpierpoint, ed. Harrow,
M. 7 Feb. 1857 age 18, Open 21 Nov. 1857, 2 Classics Mod. 1859,
B.A. 13 Dec. i860, M.A. 5 Nov. 1863, Indian Civil Service i860,
barrister L.I. 1888.

Frank Fortescue Cornish (2 s. Sidney William, V. of Ottery), b.
Exeter 28 Dec. 1837, M. 13 May 1856, Gifford 1857, i Classics
Mod. 1858, 2 Classics i86o,B.A. i86i,M.A. 10 Oct. 1863; m. 1869
Margaret Gertrude d. of Thomas Gamier dean of Lincoln : C. of S.
Mark's, Victoria Docks, London 1863-6, of Greenhill, Harrow
1867-8, H.M. Inspector of sch. 1868, contributor to Proceedings of
English Goethe Society.



230 REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE. [1857

Robert John Tomes (is. Robert, V. of Coughton, by Sarah
Washbourne d. of Thomas Perry of Kidderminster), b. 14 ]\Iay 1838,
ed. Rugby, M. Wadham 20 May 1857; Richards 21 Nov. 1857,
How 23 Feb. i860; 2 Classics Mod. 1859, 3 Classics 1861, B.A.
6 June 1861, M.A. 19 Ap. 1865, JNIaster in Bishop Stortford Con-
gregational sch. 1864-76, d. Baschurch, Shrewsbury 12 Aug. 1893;
Misc. Gencal. iii. 277.

John Turner (3 s. George), b. Barton, Exminster, ed. Exeter, M.
29 May 1855 age 18, named Reynolds 15 Oct, 1857, 2 Classics
Mod. 1857, B.A. i860.

Charles Adams Houghton (2 s. Rev. John), b. Matching, Essex
23 Dec. 1837, M. 13 May 1856, B.C. 21 Nov. 1857, 2 Math. Mod.
1858, 2 Math, i860, Theol. Essay 1862; B.A. i860, M.A. 19 Feb.
1863 ; V. of E. Harnham, and chaplain to Alderbury Union 1868-75,
R. of S. Peter, Marlborough 1875-87; preb. of Sarum 1881, V. of
W. Alvington, Kingsbridge, Devon 1887, commissioner under
Pluralities Act for Archd. of Wilts 1884-7 \ "i. 1868 Mary Josephine
d. of W. Mayo, R. of Folke; wrote Christian Burial 1880, Plea for
the use of Meatis of Grace 1882, Life and Revelation 1891.

John Simpson (2 s. Joseph, chemist), b. and ed. Newark, M. Queen's
II June 1857 age 18; B.C. 21 Nov. 1857, drowned in the Cherwell
20 June 1859; Gent. Mag. 1859 vii. 198.

Godfrey Kingdon (3 s. Cory, M.D., of Poughill, and Stamford Hill,
Stratton, Cornwall, by Elizabeth d. of James Buckingham, V. of Bur-
rington, N. Devon), b. 8 Ap. 1837, ed. Exeter, M. Pemb. 25 Oct.
1856 age 19; Vilvaine exh. ; named Reynolds Jan. 1857, B.A. 13
Dec. i860, M.A. 1863, V. of St. James', Taunton 1885; m. 15 Jan.
1863 Frances d. of Thomas Adams, J. P. of Lenton Firs, Notts.

Samuel James Banner Bloxsidge (is. Samuel, land agent), b.
S. Nicholas', Warwick, ed. Warwick, Open Nov. 1858, M. 28 Jan.
1859 age 17; I Classics Mod. i860, i Classics 1863, B.A. 17 Dec.
1863.

Alfred Woodley Croft (3 s. Charles Woodley), b. Plymouth 7 Feb.
1841, ed. Manna Mead, Stap. O. Nov. 1858, M. 28 Jan. 1859,
I Math. Mod. i860, 2 Classics and 2 Math. 1863, B.A. 10 June 1B63,
M.A. 8 July 1 87 1, Prof, at Presidency Coll. Bengal 1866, Director of
public instruction, Bengal 1877, CLE. 23 May 1884, K.C.I.E. 15
Feb. 1887 ; fellow Calcutta Univ. 1867, member of Legisl. Council of
Bengal 1887-92, President of Asiatic Soc. of Bengal, 1891-2 ; Review
of Eihicatio7i iti India 1888.



i859 I REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE. 231

John Bond Lee (i s. Thomas), b. Crcditon, M. 29 June 1H58 age
17, Stap. Nov. 1858, 2 Classics Mod. i860, 2 Classics 1862, B.A.
II Dec. 1862, MA. 9 Feb. 1865, assist, master Bedford gr. sch.
1865-75, IMaster of Barnet gr. sch. 1875; in orders 1870.

Frederick Aylmer Pendarves Lory (4 s. William, R.N., of Mylor
near Falmouth), b. Mylor 14 July 1839, ed. Truro, Eliot, M. 16 Ap.
1858, B.A. 1 86 1, C. of Par, Corn^vall 1871-75, V. of Bagshot 1875 ;
m. at S. Peter's Port, Guernsey, Emily Jane Burton d. of Robert
Thornton; Coll. Corn. 510.

William Henry Bliss (2 s. John), b. S. Mary's, Oxford, Org., M.
22 Oct. 1859 age 25, B.A. 1862, Mus. Bac. 1863, M.A. 8 July 1871,
chaplain in ordinary to the Queen 1876, V. of Kew 1885.

Francis Alston Channing (o. s. Rev. William Henry, of Boston and
Liverpool, by Julia Maria d. of W. Allen ; and nephew of Dr. W. E.
Channing), b. Cincinnati, Ohio 21 Mch 1841, ed. Liverpool, M.
Queen's 22 Oct. 1859 age 18; Open 5 Nov. 1859, 2 Classics and
2 Math. Mod. 1861, 2 Classics and 4 Math. 1863, English Essay
1865, Arnold Essay 1866; B.A. 10 Dec. 1863, M.A. 1866, Fellow of
University College 1866-70; m. 1869 Elizabeth i d. of H. Bryant of
Boston; barrister L. L 21 June 1882, M.P. Northants (E. division)
Dec. 1885, re-elected 1886 and 1892.

Charles Marriott Hayward (3 s. Rev. George Christopher), b.
Nympsfield, Stonehouse, Glouc, ed. Sherborne, Open 5 Nov. 1859,
M. 21 Jan. i860 age 19, left soon.

Charles Coleridge Pode (3 s. Thomas Julian, surgeon, by Anne
Duke y. d. of Duke Yonge V. of Otterton), b. Plympton Earle 3 Ap.
1841, ed. Winchester 1854, Stap. 5 Nov. 1859, M. 21 Jan. i860,
2 Classics Mod. 1862, i Phys. 1864, Radclifie Travelling Fellow
1867-9, B.A. 10 June 1863, M.B. 22 Dec. 1868, M.A. 30 May
1872; d. Castle cottage, Plympton 25 May 1873, age 32.

Ebenezer Lethbridge (i s. Ebenezer), b. Plymouth 23 Dec. 1840;
el. Gifford and M. i Feb. 1859 age 18, Stap. 2 Nov. i860 ; i Math.
Mod. 1861, 4 Classics 1862, 2 Math. 1863, B.A. 10 June 1863,
M.A. 3 May 1866 ; m. 12 July 1865 Eliza 4 d. of Washington Finlay ;
Principal of Kishnaghur College, Bengal 1868, Fellow of Calcutta
University and Secretary of Simla Educational Commission 1877,
Political Agent of the First Class, Press Commissioner 1878, editor of
Calcutta Qu. Rev. 187 1-8, CLE. 1878, K.C.LE. 1890; knighted by
patent 14 Sep. 1885 (as Sir Roper L.), barrister L T. 9 June 1880,
M.P. North Kensington 1874, 1885-92; wrote T/ie Vemacular



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Press in India (Contemp. Rev. Mch 1880), A short manual 0/ the
History of hidia 1881, ed. 2, 1893, The Golden Book of India 1893.

Frederick George Scrivener (s. Frederick Henry Ambrose, R. of
Gerrans, Cornwall 1861-76), b. Sherborne, Symes 5 Nov. 1859,
M. 21 Jan. i860 age 18, 3 Classics Mod. 1862, B.A. 26 May 1864,
V. of Lakenheath, Suffolk 1874.

Francis Nelson Wright (2 s. Rev. William, of Huddersfield), ed.
Eton, M. Queen's 22 Oct. 1859 age 18; B.C. 5 Nov. 1859, B.A.
II Dec. 1862, Settlement Officer at Cawnpore, now Commissioner of
Revenue and Circuit Allahabad division.

Edward Wilkinson (6 s. George, solicitor of North Walsham,
Norfolk), ed. Bradfield, M. 12 Oct. i860 age 18, Open 2 Nov. i860,
I Classics and 3 Math. Mod. 1862, 2 Classics 1864, B.A. 1864, M.A.
27 Nov. 1873; barrister L. L 27 Jan. 1868, conveyancer at lo New
Sq. Lincoln's Inn 1878.

Francis Porten Beachcroft (i s. Samuel, architect), b. Putney, ed.
Rugby, M. Corpus 20 Oct, i860 age 19; Open 2 Nov. i860,
I Classics Mod. 1862, 4 Classics 1863, 4 Hist. 1864, B.A. 26 May
1864, Assist. Commissioner, Kangra, Punjab; Civil Annuitant
1891.

John Nott Pyke (is. Rev. John ; took name Pyke-Nott on suc-
ceeding to the property of his uncle John Nott of Bydown, Swym-
bridge, Devon, London Gazette 1863 p. 4285; and descended from
Thomas Kaynes of Winkleigh who m. Joan sister of Bishop Stapeldon,
and from Sir Richard Stapeldon), b. Barnstaple 26 Mch 1841, ed.
Winchester, M. 29 May i860, Stap. 2 Nov. i860, i Classics ]\Iod.
1862, B.A. 15 June 1865 ; lord of manor of Parracombe and Rowley ;
m. Bishop's Tawton 25 Ap. 1867 Caroline Isabella d. of Frederick
Ward of Gillhead, Westmoreland ; wrote The White Africans, The
Gonial 1887, Stapeldon, a tragedy 1892.

Edward Russell Bernard (i s. Rev. Thomas Dehany), b. Maryle-
bone, ed. Harrow, Open 2 Nov. i860, M. 14 Oct. 1861 age 18,
Hertford Scholar 1863, i Classics Mod. 1863, 2 Classics 1865, Craven
Scholar 1866, B.A. 24 Mch 1866, M.A. 30 Ap. 1868, Fellow of
Magdalen 1868, V. of Selborne 1875, canon of Salisbury 1889.

Alfred Plummer (3 s. Rev. Matthew, by Louisa d. of John Diston
Powles), b. Heworth, Durham 17 Feb. 1841, ed. S. Nicolas College,
Lancing, M. 14 June 1859; Gifford 2 Nov. i860, i Classics Mod.
1 861, 2 Classics 1863, B.A. 17 Dec. 1863, M.A. 1866, Fellow of
Trinity 1865, Tutor 1867-74, Master of Univ. Coll., Durham 1874;



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m. Exeter 29 Dec. 1874 Bertha Katherine d. of Frederick William
Everest of Bodmin, now hon. canon of Truro : translated a volume of
Ranke's History of England for the Clarendon Press, Bollinger's
Fables respecting the Popes 1871, Prophecies in the Christian Era 1873 ;
see Crockford.

Robert William Burnaby (o. s. Rev. Robert), b. and ed. Leicester,
Richards 2 Nov., M. 8 Nov. i860 age 18, Choral Scholar of New
College 1861, B.A. 1863, M.A. 1867, V. of S. Barnabas, Marylebone
1876-81, of E. Cowes, L of Wight 1881.

Charles Donald Macleane (i s. Rev. Arthur John, of Bath), b.
S. Michael's, Cambridge, capt. of Shrewsbury sch. ; Open, and M.
19 Oct. 1861 age 18; Mus. Bac. 3 July 1862, Org. Ex. Coll. 1863,
Indian Civil Service 1864 ; B.A. 8 June 1865, Mus. D. 16 Nov. 1865 ;
Organist Eton 1872-5, M.A. 27 Nov. 1879 ; composed Two Pastorals
for the Piano 1864, a Scherzo 1864, and other pieces; published
Latin and Greek verse translations 1880; Magistrate in Madras



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