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3. W. de Brokelond. Two deeds in the chest run thus: (i) I William Broclond
have put in my place Robert Passemere, to give my daughter Sarra seisin of
a selva in Chulmelegh, between the tenement of Robert Bristawe and that of
Ralph Prodomme. At Chulmelegh, Sunday after feast of S. Edward, in I9(?)
year of King Edward. If this is Edward I, the date would be 7 Jan. 129^;
if Edward II, 132^. (2) I Sarra daughter of William Broclond of Chulmelegh
have given to William Broclond my father a sclva in Chulmelegh, between the
tenement of Robert . . ., towards Goshmalok (?) ; witnesses Robert . . ., John . . .
At Chulmelegh 13 Edward III (?).

5. Master Godfrey Fromond was physician to Edward III, who recommended
him 8 June 1349 to Bishop Grand isson for a prebend at Exeter, but the Bishop
excused himself because of so many Papal Provisions, &c., Grandisson's Reg.
i. 307.

Landreyn, Early muniments of Oriel (cd. Shadwell) no. 26, and iS Oct. 1366,
no. 37 Landreyn, Redruth, and the Chancellor to govern Oriel till the dispute as
to the provostship is settled, no. 38.

6, line 3. John Martyn, of Davyntre. see line 13, and p. xix.
8. R. Colshulle, ? related to Sir J. Colshull p. 7.

10. Boson, see p. 15.

11. Rygge, see Cartulary of S. Fridcsioide i. 87.
14. Tremayne, Visit. Devon 730.

18. Noe ; a son not unfrequently succeeded to his father's benefice; Papal
Letters (Rolls Series) i. 11 Indult to deprive sons of clerks who have immediately
succeeded to the benefices of their fathers, and i. 23 and repeatedly; 15 marriages
of clerks, &c.

19. Chylyndon, prior of Christ Church, Canterbury ; Gervase of Canterbury
ii. p. Hi (p. xxvi Adam of Chylyndon), Gutch i. 534, Tanner 177; Cart, of
S. Frideswide i. 87. Chillenden is near Sandwich.

21. Sawyer, servant of Richard II.

22. Grostete; Perry's Life of Grostcte p. 47; Gascoigne (writing between 1433
and 1457) p. 43, 70 ' ilia epistola responsiva domini Lincolniae doctoris Roberti



NOTES. 369

Grosseteste est Oxoniae in Collcijio Exoniae in lihraria, et in monastcrio Ordinis
Sancti Salvatoiis in Syon in AnL,'iia : ' MS. no. 21 (Coxc) contains his Dictaniina
Sennones [24 per circuluin anni ] ct mandala.

23. Ilelias Stoke, see p. 28 Iltlias.

24. A John Kowring was R. of Slapton chantry 24 Mch 14^.
29. H. Kayllc, Oriel muniments 30 Oct. 1417 and 3 Dec. 143T.

3a. W. Lihert, Oriel mimiments 16 July 1425, 4 June 1436, 22 Feb. 144^,
13 Aug. 1446.

33. J. Arundel, bishop of Chichester in place of Pecock, Gairdncr's and
Spdding s S/iu/u-s iSSi p. 50.

The abbot of Nutlcy was probably residing in College rooms as a sojourne>-.
At Palmer's obit (read 25 July I46S) every scholar present was to receive 2d \
20s was to be forfeited each time the obit was omitted.

34. J. Halse, Oriel muniments 22 Feb. 144^; for John liaise the justiciary,
Foss 324.

36. Weye, canlu organico, perhaps = descant (Fr. dechant), a variation on
plain-chant ; i.e. singing in parts, and combining several distinct notes in a single
strain : said to have been suggested by the varied tones of the organ ; Lecky,
History of Rationalism ii. 342. Seethe admirable description m Joint Inglesant
ed. 1887 p. 255, 439.

37. Lyndon, d. 16 Dec. 14S2, gravestone in Crediton church ; note on p. v.
Markewyke ; a Nathaniel Markwick occurs 1664-1735, Nat. Biog.

38. French and Codie did not reside on their livings, but preferred Oxford.

47. Stockton, ? John Stockton, B.A. 26 Feb. 152^.

48. Trotte, the name occurs at Kidlington in the settlement of 1445.
T. Tremayne, Visit. Devon 730 clerk in orders.

50 rushes, see Charles I's Declaration of Sports.

53. Moreman, Reynolds' Chapter Act Book 20 Aug. 152S, 9 May 1530, 19 July
•544. June 1546, 21 Aug. 1554.

54. Ashely, 1 William Ashley, M.A. 2 Dec. 152S.

56. Lacy, i.e. Dunstan Lacy, fellow of Lincoln 1525-30, and perhaps to his

d- 1534-

Pensynton. The College held a farm at Bensington, Summer 14S6 iii.f \\\d in
expcnsis apud Bensyngton per Rectorem tempore quo pepigit cum Roberto Brey
de Henley pro allodio in Bensyngton emendo ; liii.f iiii^Z Brey apud Wallyngforde,
pacto facto coram Maiore de Wallyngforde in partem solucionis xviii// \\\\s \md
pro dicto allodio ; ii^ Vnid pro conductu duorum equorum per 3®' dies alio
tempore quo possessionem suscepi ; xvi/z" Brey eodem tempore in Bensyngton in
plenam solucionem xxiii// xiii.f m\d pro dicto allodio ; iiij \xd in Bensyngton pro
prandio nostro et pro prebendis equis ; vij xi^ in Abyngdon pro prebendis equis
per noctem et diem et pro refectione facta quibusdam hominibus in dicto allodio
feofatis, pro eorum refeofatura ; \id pro cera rubea ; vi.f \m\d Micholas Brey fratri
Roberti Brey pro relaxacione iuris cins si quod habuerit ad dictum allodium quod
tunc vendicabat ; iii.f iurisperito pro diversis scriptis et miinimentis de novo factis
pro dicto allodio ; viii(/ Bredston pro equo et expcnsis equitanti apud Bensyngton
tempore quo ibidem observ'abalur curia.

Rowland Barratt paid 31^- in 1535 ; the tenant paid in 1578 half-yearly ;^28,
3 bushels and a peck of good wheat, and i quarter of good malt. A Terrier was

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370 REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE.

taken 4 June 1604. It consisted of 2 yardlands, of 30 acres each ; and 2 acres,
12 cowpastures (2 horse), 205 sheep, in Dr. Webber's time. A map by Kelsey 1802
gives the whole land as 60 a. 2 r. 15/. ; 'about 70 pieces, generally under an acre
each, lying much dispersed over the common fields of Benson and Warborough.'

John Collins; one of this name was V. of Cumnor and d. 1559, when his
sister Joan Poopes administered to his effects. The Collins executed with the
Poles is described as ' late of Medmenham, Bucks, alias of London, clerk,' State
Papers 1538, ii. p. 423.

58. W. Cholwell was sojourning in College 1554.

59. J. French was resident 6 Dec. 1555.

60. Maister Peverys, ? Richard Pever, M.A. 30 June 1505.
Thomas Yonge, of Broadgates Hall.

61. John Peter, ? pres. by Sir W. Petre to the preb. at Exeter vacated by the
death of Moreman, pres. read 21 Aug. 1554 to the Chapter ; Chapter Act Book.

65. M. Ley, sojourner 1 553-4.

66. W. Peryam, Foss 513.

67. R. Tremayne, sojourner 12 Oct. 1550 and Oct. 1551.
70. Vidua Polkynhome, ? Katherine, Visit. Com. 374.

Shepereve, the name occurs at Kidlington in the settlement of 1445.
Somersbye, ? John; Turner 250.

73. W. Stocker, M.A. Broadgates Hall or All Souls ; Foster 1425.

79. Th. Pawly and W. Huish the 2 first bursars, in 1588, Jo. Eveleghe subrector.

86. Alford, Henry.

T. Winniffe, Oriel muniments no. 83.

Richard Carpenter. There were 2 of this name, and the account of them is
confused. Winslow Jones distinguishes the fellow thus ; he was B.A. 8 July
1596 (in his supplicat he says that he was teaching boys in Cornwall), M.A.
7 Nov. 1598, instit. as M.A. 24 July 1605 to R. of Sherwell, Devon (Cottons
Reg. 82), resigned his fellowship 30 June 1606, B.D. 25 June 161 1, instit. as
S.T.B. 19 July 161 1 to R. of Loxhore, Devon (Cotton's Reg. 95^), preached
a sermon 1612 or 161 3 at Landkey at funeral of Sir Arthur Acland, published
London; D.D. 10 Feb. i6if, held Sherwell and Loxhore till his death iS Dec.
1627, age 52, buried at Loxhore. He was not R. of Georgeham.

^i. Christopher Palmer, at Christ Church i6of.

92. N. Carpenter, part i. of his Geography was dedicated to William Herbert
earl of Pembroke (Shakspere's ' W. H.', say some), ii. to Philip Herbert as earl
of Montgomerie. In his remarks on ' Colonies transplanted,' he refers to ' Our
Virginian colony in America.'

95. J. Prideaux, Hist. Comm. vi. 47.

99. James Bampfield, of Alban Hall.

101. T. Denys, Wood's Life iii. 57 Comp, Vice Cane. 1 640-1 to Mr. Dennis of
Exeter College for a sermon preached at S. Marie's Sep. 7, ex decreto praefectorum,

3 ii-

102. The appendix to Kendal's Sancti Sanciti, *A fescue for a Hornebook
[against Mr. Home's book] or an Apology for University Learning as necessary
for country-preachers' contains many allusions, e.g. 'a late Examiner of the
Universities pleas'd to call Rcascm the spawn of the old Serpent.'

105. P. Northcote, admin, granted by Prcri)gativc Court 13 Aug. 1641.



NDTF.S. 371

107. A. Rury, his nrms nre over the doonvay of the Chajiel staircase.
114. N. Marsh, left boolvs to tlic liodleian.

125. II. Northcote, Lord Iddesleigh published extracts from his Notebooks in
Blackwood Jan. 1894, p. 87.

126. Joseph Glanvill of Ex. Coll., the author of Scepsis Scientifua, writinjj
about this time pronounced University education in general, and that of Oxford
in particular, to be almost worthless ; Lecky Hist, of Rationalism i. 1 24.

128. G. Stubbes, inscribed his poem The Laurell and the Olive to G. Bubb ;
Hcarne ii. 386, 7 May 1710.

156. J. Phillips, P. C. of Frithelstock, 'had licence 13 May 1806 to be absent
from his benefice of Frithelstock for 2 years, on account of there being no house
of residence.' J. [Fisher, bishop of] Exeter. J. I. Dredge's Frithelstock 1894,
p. 7 (from the parish chest).

162. J. D. Macbride (his father d. iSoo); Pusey's Life ii. 102, Nat. Biog.

166. J. Spur%vay, Visit. Devon 724.
J. T. Coleridge, Foss 181 ; Pusey's Life, index.

168. J. L. Richards, Pusey's Life ii. 171, Newman's Letters ii. 330, 370, F. D.
Maurice's Life i. 112, Burgon's Twelve Good Men 300 ; he proposed Mr. Gladstone
as M.P. 1847.

170. J. C. Cluttcrbuck, Burgon's Twelve Good Men 303, 373.
E. Coleridge, Pusey's Life i. 12, ii. 414.

171. H. B. Bulteel, Pusey's Life ii. 450, Newman's Letters i. 215, 226, 245,
ii. 297.

172. J. Bramston, Newman's Letters, i. 184, 223.

173. W. Falconer, Mozley i. 18, Nat. Biog.

174. W. Sewell, Burgon's Twelve Good Men 158, 187.

175. E. A. Dayman, Newman's Letters ii. 330.

W. Jacobson, b. 18 July, Burgon's Twelve Good Men 212, 367-401, 386.
F. D. Maurice's Life i. 99, 111-3, 123, 131, 179, 356, Mozley ii. 25, Nat. Biog.
The engraving of his portrait in Burgon's book (by Richmond) gives the very
expression of his face as we knew him, a remark true of so few portraits.
177- C. L. Cornish, Newman's Letters ii. 323.

182. J. A. Froude, Mozley i. 347, F. D. Maurice's Life i. 516-8, 539, ii. 280,
322-3, Pattison's Memoirs 215, Burgon's Twelve Good Men 179.
185. J. F. Mackarness, Nat. Biog., Mod. Eng. Biog.
H. Low, see Burgon's Twelve Good Meti 76.
W. B. Marriott, scholar Trinity 1843-6 : Mod. Eng. Biog.

187. F. T. Palgrave, Prothalamion 1893. His wife d. 27 Mch 1890.

188. C. W. Boase, again reelected Reader Feb. 1894, but soon resigned owing
to ill health. In last line but one dele 'ed. 3, 1S94.'

193. I. By water, Reg. Pi of. of Greek 30 Nov. 1893, and a Senior Student of
Christ Church ; portrait in S. James' Budget 17 Nov. 1893 p. 20, I. L. N. 18 Nov.
p. 631, Graphic 18 Nov. p. 61S; delivered Inaugural Lecture Foiir Centuries of
Greek Learning in England ?< Mch 1S94 in Exeter College Hall.

194. P. F. \Villert, Curator of Taylor Institution 1S93.
198. Sir R. P. Marett, see Mod. Eng. Biog.

E. C. Burne Jones, cr. b.nrt. Feb. 1S94; portrait in I. L. N. 10 Feb. p. 159,
in Graphic 10 Feb. p. 150.

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372 REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE.

200. S. Hill, see Coll. Com. 365, Boase's Commoners of Ex. Coll. 1894 p. 3S5.
Rob. Michell; Wild Arish (see Reg. 9 Feb. 1841) was sold for ^1000 on

11 Oct. 1864, which bought ;^ii 36 75 3^ Consols.

J. Darell, see pedigree in Roll Call of the Hospital cf the Trinity, West
Retford 1894.

204. Richard Carslake (s. Richard, pleb., of Sidbury, Devon), M. 5 Ap. 1661
age 18, poor scholar 6 Ap. 1661 to 26 July 1664, B.C. 1661-4.

218. Hugh Poison, C. of Bourton on the Water, d. Monaco 23 Nov. 1872 ;
m. Jan. 1831, Georgiana only child of George Crawley capt. R.N., and step-
daughter of Rector J. C. Jones.

219. J. WooUey, b. 28 Feb. 1816, first headmaster of Rossall 1S44-9; St. Vincent
Beechey, The Rise and Progress of Rossall 1894, pp. 12-22 (portrait;.

221. Dalgairns, Mozley ii. 13, Pusey's Life ii. 459.

223. M. Day, scholar of Univ. Coll. 1S49, he was scholar of Ex. Coll. when he
won the Ireland; m. 22 Mch 1856 Amelia Greaves Johnson.

224. H. Algar, has written further commentaries on S. Paul.

226. J. B. Richey, s. James, by Elizabeth d. of J. Bellett, of Sampford Arundel,
Som. ; b. II Dec. 1833; Chief Secretary Bombay 1884, member of Council 3887,
retired 1890, K.C.I.E. 1890; m. 21 Mch 1872 Blanche d. of William Perkins, of
Somerset, Louisiana.

233. O. W. Tancock, m. (i) Clifton 13 July 1865 Elizabeth Clara Kendall

1 d. of Col. George Girdvvood Channer by Susan Kendall of Lanlivery, Cornwall,
she d. Sherborne 6 Oct. 1867 age 26 (2) Sherborne 23 Ap. 1S74 Isabella Poyntz

2 d. of Thomas Poyntz Wright of Tiverton, by Charlotte Anne Chilcott.

234. W. H. A. Emra, d. Twickenham of heart disease 10 Nov. 1S93.

235. R. Hutchinson, read Hutchison; m. 6 May 1S76 Clementina Stuart.

236. J. L. G. Mowat, el. a Councillor for City of Oxford 1893.

239. Symonds, b. 18 Nov. 1846, Reynolds 1866, barrister L. I. 1872, M.A.

12 May 1894, m. Dedham, Essex 2X June 1888 Mary d. of H. R. Edwards.

242. C. C. Tancock, head master of Rossall 1887 ; m. Godalming 26 Ap. 1S86
Marion Alma d. of Robert Smith ; St. Vincent Beechey, The Rise and Progress
of Rossall 1894, p. 48.

247. C. M'Rae, assistant examiner and occasional inspector for Science, in
Science and Art Department Jan. 1894 (permanent).

250. J. Mackintosh, Prof, of Civil Law, Edinburgh 1893.

252. W. J. Ward, M.A. 30 Nov. 1893.

254. T. H. Harvey, repeated 257, his wife Annie Louisa d. 9 Sep. 1891.

257. R. G. Plumptre, m. S. Peter's in the East, Oxford 28 Dec. 1893 Edith
I d. of Rev. E. Moore, Principal of Edmund Hall.

260. A. S. Thomson, master at preparatory school, Moscow Road, Kensington
Gardens 1S94.

261. W. C Allen, M. Non-Coil. Camb. 21 Oct. 1886; chaplain fellow 1894.

263. M. C. Eliot, B.A. I Mch 1894, at the bar.
A. Ramsbotham, B.A. 18 Dec. 1893.

264. L. J. Roberts, B.A. 15 Jan. 1894, assist, inspect, ofsch. in Wales, Jan. 1894.
J. L. L. Fulford, Richards theol. prize Mch 1S94.

266. W. T. W. Baker, 2 Classics Mod. 1S94.
V. E. G. Hussey, 2 Classics Mod. 1894.



NOTES. 373

A. E. Lynam, 2 Classics Mod. 1894.

S. R. HigTicll, 2 Classics Mod. 1894.

J. II. Barron, 2 Classics Mod. 1894.

E. A. Selby-Lowndes, Hall and Houfjhlon Syriac prize 1S94.

E. Cleave, 3 Classics Mod. 1894.

267. John Edgar Langdon (,3 s. Alfred, V. of New SIcaford, Lines.), b. High
Bickington, Devon 20 July 1S74, ed. Lincoln gr. sell., M. 17 Oct. 1893, Darell 1893.

Frederic Stephen Hughes, ed. Marlburough, Open Jan. 1894.

Ernest Edward Yates, cd. Rossall, Open Jan. 1894.

Francis Arthur West, ed. Merchant Taylors sch., Crosby, Open Jan. 1894.

Robert Ernest Yates, ed. Bolton gr. sch., Open Jan. 1894.

Robert Hancock, ed. Exeter gr. sch., Open Jan. 1894.

Richard Nettell, ed. Plymouth College, Stap. Jan. 1894.

Dudley William Mortimer, ed. Ashburton, GifiFord Jan. 1894.

St. John Trevor, ed. Denston Coll., Symes Jan. 1894.

Frederick Burton Pendarves Lory, s. F. A. P. Lory (p. 231), b. 23 Mch 1875,
ed. Marlborough, Kichards 1S94.

Edmund Spenser Bouchier, ed. Elizabeth Coll., Guernsey, Ch. I Feb. 1894.

Philip Hartridge, ed. Elizabeth Coll., Guernsey, Ch. I (Nat. Sci.) P'eb. 1894.

W. Shepley Aiiy, s. Basil Reg., V. of S. John's, Torquay, b. 12 Nov. 1874,
ed. Newton Coll., Devon, Coll. Exh. 1894.

268. Richard Mounceaux or Mounceys, R. of Widvvorthy, Devon 2 Mch 145I ;
N. and Gleanings iv. 35.

J. Pyttys, ? R. of Parkham 1467, ? d. 1472 : N. and Gleanings i. 12.

274. L. Milbourn, of Pemb., Camb., d. 15 Ap. 1720, wrote on Dryden's Virgil.

284. Geoffrey de Hengseie, S. Frideswide's Cart. i. 279.

287 (is)- See S. Frideswide's Cartulary i. p. 3S6.

291, note 2. S. Frideswide's Cartulary i. no. 546 p. 392 William Fitzwydo of
London 1230-40; see no. 613; no. 626-7-8 Winchester Hall in S. Mildred's,
Tiiomas Fitzwydo 12 15, and Agatha his widow 1240, 'inter terram Walter!
Feteplace et terram Thome de Bedeford '; no. 623 Walter Pilet 1180-90 ; no. 637
Robert Bodin ; no. 642 Patrick Hall ; no. 643 two schools ; no. 640-1 the seUs.

293. Roger Mymecan, S. Frideswide's Cart. i. 2 So.

294. Steph. de Adynton, Bodl. Chart, p. 306, 309, 352, 356.
295 (2^). S. Frideswide's Cartulary 1. p. 325.

299. H. Lisewis, S. Frideswide's Cart. i. 348, 355.

321. Had Gwinear ever been dependent on Treagony, or on S. Mary de Valle?
On 7 Mch 154.5 Gwynncr was let to John Vivian of Bodman for iS years.

337. Old rent of Rectory (C28, 3 quarters of good wheat, 52 quarters of good
malt, as valued on the market day before Michaelmas, sold to the tenant for £30.
Yeard land i^, i bushel of wheat, 2 bushels of malt.

341. For slates see Rogers i. 493, 3500 slates cost 2\s autumn 1401, 1500
cost \os autumn 1420, 500 cost y A,d Lent 1421, 1000 cost 6j autumn 1444;
for crests and tiles see i. 491, tiles were fastened as now by pins (Hist. Comm.
vi. 548); for lime i. 468, 484, in 1432 17 quarters of lime cost 24J; for charcoal
i. 422, 446, in 1566 29 quarters cost 33J lod; winter 1416 'carbones pro igne ad
solidandum plumbum'; 'colestone' is mentioned summer 1450; for the use of
moss see Hist. Comm. ii. 136, v. 477.



374 REGISTER OF EXETER COLLEGE.

344. Jackson's Wadham 31, 38 carriage of stone is ^ a cartload of a ton or
more, a plow load 2 tons ; 40 traffic to Oxford by water.

346. In 1578 Yamton parsonage paid halfyearly ;^4 135 ^d, and a ^ quarter of
wheat and 4 quarters of malt, but instead of this the tenant later on paid ^10 yearly.

347. For Parker read Porter.



178. Spranger, m. 29 Dec. 1842 Mary Eliz. Elwin, d. 13 Ap. 1845.
185. Colenso, ed. Harrow, scholar S. John's Camb. 1842.
194. Moore, b. Oct. 1841, ed. Bradfield.

209. Tothill, C. of Cheriton Bishop, Dev. 179S, R. of Hittisleigh, Dev. 1800-44,
d. 8 Dec. 1844.

213. Ley, d. 4 Mch 1866.

214. Howard, d. Heavitree Sep. 1810.
217. Wollaston, b. 18 Oct. 1806.

219. Moore, m. 30 Dec. 1840 Frances Marianne Yates, d. i Aug. 1886.

220. Cosserat, d. 28 July 1889.

221. Cowbum, m. 30 Oct. 1844 Phebe Mary d. of W. Jas. Randall.

222. Meade, d. Bath 6 Oct. 1890.

James, m. 13 Aug. 1862 Eliza Mary Heald.

224. Wilgress, m. 7 Ap. 1864 Mary d. of Ven. Walker King.

225. Pearson, m. 10 Dec. 1872 Edith Lucilla Butler; he d. London 31 May 1S94.
Reynolds, m. 12 Ap. 1871 Edith Claudia Sandys.

226. Redder, d. Duhvich 21 Nov. 1888, his widow d. 5 Jan. 1S91.

227. Salmon, m. 7 July 1868 Emma Caroline d. of Lieut. -Col. Ch. Thorold Hill,

232. Wright, m. (2) 4 July 1893 Emily C, d. of Sir Douglas Forsyth.
Beachcroft, b. 7 May 1841.

Bernard, b. 12 July 1S42, m. Privett, Hants 4 Sep. 1S78 Ellen Isabel, i d. of
William Nicholson, of Basing Park, Hants.

233. Cornish, m. 4 July 1867 Mary d. of H. G. Randall.

234. Avery, b. 11 Mch 1844, m. 29 Dec. 1874 Mary Anne Bond.

235. Abbay, m. 14 Sep. 1S80 Jane i d. of C. Norman.

Wilkinson, b. 9 Nov. 1844, m. 4 Sep. 1873 Agnes Louisa d. of Rev. Jas.
Guillemard.

236. Reid, b. 7 July 1845.

Wilkinson, b. 15 Sep. 1S45, m. 31 July 1886 Catherine d. of Rev. T. B. Cornish.

237. Mogg, b. Oct. 1847, m. 20 May 1879 Edith Percival Clifton, and is now W.
Clifton Mogg.

Leeds, his wife Agnes Maria d. 24 Jan. 1S92.

238. Chirol,b. 19 Dec. 1846.

239. Stewart, b. i Jan. 1849, m. 24 Aug. 1880 Catherine J. Garnett.

240. Ayre, b. 25 June 1849.

241. Little, m. 28 Oct. 1874 Edith Stretton.
Comins, b. 7 June 1849.

Mackamess, m. 14 Sep. 1882 Grace Emily d. of Rev. R. N. Milford.

242. Campbell, E. Jas., b. 27 May 1850.
Deacon, b. 18 June 1850.

Pargiter, b. 28 Mch 1852.

Pitman, m. 8 June 1893 Myra Amy Florence Clarkson.



NOTES. 375

243. Baker, m. 34 Aug. 1880 Charlotte Tliurman.

Williams, in orders; m. S. Margarct-at-ClifT 5 Aug. 18S4 Katheriuc d. of
William Gray, of York and Blnckhcath.

Hardy, m. 39 Mch 1S77 Mary Kct)ecca d. of J. Mann.
Collins, m. 30 Aug. 1881 Caroline .Susanna Maria Ward.
Bridge, m. 4 Aug. 1878 Mary (iibbons.

244. Sparks, m. 14 Ap. 1874.

Kelcey, b. 21 Ap. 1S54, in Univ. Eleven 1874-5.
Skipton, b. 29 Jan. 1853.

245. Robinson, Master of Ilill Side sch., Godalming; m. 12 Jan. 1892 Marian
Eliz. Evans.

Hart-Smith, m. 27 Ap. 18S6 Edith .Mabel Wood.
Venn, m. 27 Sep. 1S90 Ida Butler.

246. O'Donoghuc, m. 13 Sep. 1S80 Mary Louisa Birlcy.

Napier, Prof, of English Philology at Gdttingen, Ph. D. Guttingen 14 Feb.
1883 ; m. Alderley Edge, Cheshire 11 Sep. 1S79 Mary Ferrier d. of Jas. Hervey.
Davics, m. 16 Oct. 18S6 Lucy Eccks.
Hoyle, b. 28 Jan, 1855.
347. Horsman, b. 10 Nov. 1856, barrister L T. iS Ap. 1894.
Upcott, m. 22 Aug. 1888 Sophia Madeleine Dalgaims.
Peck, d. London 31 Oct. 1SS8.
Eden, m. 27 Ap. 1889 Horatia Katherine Frances d. of Alf. Gatty D.D.

248. Ward, b. 8 Feb. 1857, d. 9 Nov. 1893; m. 16 Nov. 1891 Jessie Strode.
Powles, barrister I. T. 1892; m. 8 Ap. 1S85 Lydia Laura Herklots.
Laine, barrister AL T. 1S93.

249. Armitage, b. 5 Mch 1857.

Acworth, m. 5 Dec. 1S90 EUinor Mary Wilson.

250. Porter, H. L., i s. John, by Sophia Mary d. of William Hill ; m. S. John's,
Yeovil 29 Dec. 1S85 -^-da Louisa d. of H. T. Beebe, V. of S. John's.

251. Butler, b. 17 May 1S54, m. 8 Feb. 18S6 Edith Rhoda Bolton.
Porter, T. C, m. 28 Oct. 1893 Helen Henriette d. of H. Allenby.

252. Heawood, m. 26 June 1S90 Christina d. of H. B. Tristram, canon of Durham.
Shortt, m. 7 Ap. 1891 Georgina W^oodman Hastings.

Spencer, m. 18 Jan. 1887 Mary Elizabeth Newman.

253. Dodson, m. 27 Dec. 1SS8 Ellen Amelia d. of Rev. G. S. Ward.

255. Tracey, m. 30 June 1S90 Lilian Mary Elder.

256. Marsh, b. 6 Mch 1862 ; m. 8 Sep. 1890 Frances Mary i d. of J. C. Brockwell,
V, of Owston, Doncaster.

Talbot, m. 15 Ap. 1891 Eleanor Maud, d. of late C. Waring, C.E.
258. Walters, m. 4 Oct. 18SS Helen Millicent Mansfield.
263. Lester, dele and after Merchant Taylors.
266. Rossignol, 7th in final competition 1893.



Note. — For most of these later additions I am indebted to the kindness of
^L H. Green, Esq., fellow of Trinity.



I N D E X



The letters C E F G H J L N P R S T W stand invariably for Charles Ivlward
Francis George Henry John Lewis Nicholas Philip Richard Samuel Thomas William.
The names of Fellows are followed by their date in a parenthesis.



A retro iti a mar 14

Abbay, R 235, .^74

Abberbury, Oxen 297

Abbott, L Albert 267

Abel, J 296

Abingdon xxx, Ixxxviii, 323

Abraham, T Smyth 229

Abraham, Walter 22

Achard, J 299

Acland Baldwin (1626) cvii,

100
Acland, Sir J cviii, 200, 269,

Acland, T (1696) 127
Acworth, Andrew Oswald

249> 375
Adam (,1363) 12
Adams, Nat. cxviii
Adams, S (1677) 120, 273
Ad}Titon, Steph. de, bailiO",

294, 303

Agas' map clxxvi

age at degree 367

Airy, W. Shepley 373

Aldate's (Holde's), St., Ox-
ford xxi, 366

Aldermaston, Berks 344

alehouses cxii

Alet, R 15

Alexander (1396) 24

Alford, H 86, 370

Algar, H 224, 372

Algod, W xlvii

Aliam, David 5

All Saints, Oxford 6

All Souls 348

AUanson, Rees (1619^ 98

Allyn,T (1513) 54

Aleyn, W' (1356) 8

Allen, Willoughby C 261,

372
Alley, W, Bp. Ixxxix



allodium 369
Almond, T clxxvi, 313
Alphington, Dcv. 4';, 115
Altamun, C\)rnw 53
altilage, small offerings paid

to a I'icar vi
Alward, J (1408) 29
Amama, Sixtinus, c
Ambrose, R, in 1572, xcvii
Ameridith, Hercules (1551)

67
Amerson, Paul 62
amicia 306

Amye, R (1604) 86, 91
Anderson, David civ, 219
Anderson E cxviii
Anderson, Frank 264
Andrew (1461) 43
Andrew (1501) 51
Andrew, Jas. 21^7
Andrew, Jas. (1741) 143
Andrew, J (1439) 38
Andrew, J (1733) 140
Andrew, N (1752) 147
Andrew, N 51
Andrew, R 297
Andrewes, R Ixxxv
Andrew, W (1404) 27, 29
Andrews, W (1836) 179
Anger, J (1470) 45
Anstis, Mat. (1S42) 182
Appelford, J de 323
Appulbi, J lix
aqua vitae 22
Arabic numerals 45, 339
Archdeacon, Martin (1372)

15
Archdeacon, Mich. 15
Archer, Benj. (1674^ 120. 272
Arden, J 277

Ardington i.e. Yarnton Ixxxvi
Aristotle's hall 38
Aristotle supper 350
Arffiitage, Rob. 249, 375



arms 274, 365
Armstrong, E 235
Arscot 62
Arscott, J 273

Arthur hall ix, xxv, 286, 341
Arthur, J 208
Arthur, N Donithorne 175
Arundel, J (1.(20) 32, 369
Arundel, J 278
Aschendon, R {1456) 42
Ashburton v, xxxiv, 12, 44
Ashley, W. 54, 369
Ashridge, Bucks 62
assize of bread clxxiv
Astley, see Wolvey-Astley
Aston, J Ixv
Aston, J de, clerk, 300
Aston, W (1358; 10
Aston, W 295
athletics clxi
Atkins, Simon 52
Atkinson, H. Ern. 264
Atkinson, Jas. Aug. 226
Atkinson, Lawrence l.xxxvi
Attehole, W 294
Attewood, Rob., alderman,

309
attorneys 39
Atwell, J (14S6) 47
Atwell, Jos. ^1718; 133, 139,

3'4
Atwell, Mat. 272
Atwell, Rob. (1418) 31
Atwille, W 1,1460) 43
Aula alba 67
Aula nigra 32
Aunger, Alice 304
Austin, S cvii
authorities used clxxiii



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