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of Repton, Derbs. Matric. from Brasenose College, Oxford,
May 28, 1666, age 17; B.A. (Oxford) 1669-70. Ord. priest
(Lincoln) Sept. 24, 1671. Master of Derby School, 1684-98.
V. of Elvaston, Derbs., 1695. Buried Mar. 23, 1697-8. M.I.
at St Peter's, Derby. Father of Henry (1701). (Al. Oxon.)

CANTRELL, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Queens', July 21, 1596.
Of Northumberland.

CANTRELL, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 19) at St John's,
Sept. 27, 1734. S. of Henry (1701), V. of St Alkmund's,
Derby. B. at Derby, 1716. Schools, Derby and Repton.
Matric. 1735; B.A. 1738-9. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) June 17,
1739; priest, Feb. 22, 1740-1. R. of Normanton, Rutland,
1751-87. R. of St Michael's, Stamford, 1766-87. Died Jan.
17, 1787. M.I. in St Alkmund's, Derby. (Scott-Mayor, m.

CANTRELL, . B.A. 1521-2. Perhaps William Cantrell,

'B.A. Cambridge' who supplicated for incorporation and
M.A. at Oxford, 1548-9 (he was B.A. of 6 years). R. of
Burnham Norton, Norfolk, 1558. (Al. Oxon.)

CANTRELL, (major). Matric. sizar from St John's, Easter,

CANTRELL, . (minor). Matric. sizar from St John's, Easter,

CANYETT or CANZETT, NICHOLAS. B.A. 1540-1. Scholar of

Christ's, 1537-8.
CAPE or CAIPE, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 16) at St John's,

July 4, 1631. S. of Thomas, V. of Bridlington, Yorks. B.

there. School, Bridlington. Matric. 1631.

CAPE or CAPPE, . B.Can.L. 1483-4 (? M.A. 1478-9).

Probably Christopher, V. of Meldreth, Cambs., 1481-1504.
R. of St Andrew's, Cambridge, 1485. Will (P.C.C.) 1504.

CAPPELL, AARON. Matric. pens, from Peterhouse, Michs.
1581. Will of one of these names (Cons. C. London) 1620; of
St Kath. Coleman, London.

CAPYLL, ARTHUR. Matric. Fell.-Com. from Trinity, Michs.
1571. S. of Sir Henry. Perhaps adm. at the Middle
Temple, Apr. 27, 1580. Sir Arthur, of Raines Hall, Essex.
Sheriff of Herts., 1592. Knighted, 1617. M.P. for St Albans,
1623-4. Died Apr. 9, 1632.

CAPELL, ARTHUR Matric. Fell.-Com. from Queens', Lent,
1618-9. Of Essex. Lord Capel of Hadham, s. of Sir Henry
(1592), of Raines Hall, Essex. B. c. 1610. M.P. for County
Herts, in the Short and Long Parliaments, 1640. Created
Baron Capel of Hadham,i64i. Knighted, 1645. Distinguished
Royalist and devoted attendant of the King and Queen.
In Colchester during the siege, 1648. Impeached for High
Treason. Condemned and beheaded, Mar. 9, 1648-9. Buried
at Hadham. M.I. there. Father of the next. (D.N.B.)

CAPELL, ARTHUR. Adm. pens, at Queens', May 18, 1660.
Of Suffolk. Matric. 1660. 1st s. of Sir Arthur, of Little
Hadham, Herts., Knt. (above). Of Stanton, Suffolk, Esq.
(Vis. of Suffolk, 1664.)

CAPEL, DANIEL. Chorister of Magdalen College, Oxford, 1643;
'late of Cambridge University.' S. of Richard, M.A. of
Oxford. B.A. (Oxford) 1648-9; M.A. 1651. R. of Alderley,
Gloucs., 1656-8; and of Shipton Moigne, 1658-63; deprived
as not having obtained Holy Orders. Afterwards practised
physic at Stroud. Buried there, Sept. 24, 1679- Will at
Gloucester. (F. S. Hockaday.)

CAPELL, EDWARD. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Queens', May 11,
1592. 2nd s. of Sir Arthur (1571)-

CAPELL, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Queens', Jan. 2, 1671-2.
Of Suffolk. S. of Gamaliel, D.D. (1616). Matric. 1672; B.A.
1675-6; M.A. 1679. Ord. deacon and priest (Norwich) Dec.
21, 1679. R. of All Saints', Stanton, Suffolk, 1679- R- of
St John's, Stanton, 1683-1720. Died Feb. 1720, aged 63.
Father of Gamaliel (1702-3). (Vis. of Suff, 1664; Collins,
in. 477-)

CAPELL, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 17) at St Catharine's,
May 15, 1730. S. of Gamaliel (1703). R- of Stanton, Suffolk.
B. at Troston, Suffolk. School, Bury. Matric. 1730. Adm.
at the Middle Temple, May, 1730. Deputy inspector of
plays, 1737. Groom of the privy chamber, 1745. ^Devoted
his life to the study of Shakespeare. His Notes and Various
Readings to Shakespeare were finally published in 1783. Died
Ian 24. 1781, at Brick Court, Temple. Buried at Fornham
AH Saints', Suffolk. He presented the bulk of his library to
Trinity College. Brother of Robert (i73*)- (D.N.B.)




Capell, Francis

CAPELL, FRANCIS. Adm. FelL-Com. at Christ's, May 31,
1626. S. of Gamaliel, of Essex. School, Bishop's Stortford
(private). Matric. 1627; B.A. 1629-30. Of Fryerning, Essex,
Esq., according to Peile (1. 376), who seems to confuse him
with the next.

CAPELL, FRANCIS. Matric. pens, from St Catharine's, Michs.
1639. Of Essex. S. of Sir Gamaliel, of Raynes, Essex, Knt.;
adm. at Gray's Inn, Feb. 6, 1644-5. Will (P.C.C.) 1647; of
Fryerning, Essex. Brother of Gamaliel (163 2). (Vis. of Essex.)

CAPEL, GAMALIEL. Matric. pens, from Pembroke, Easter,
1577. Of London. B.A. 1580-1; M.A. from Queens', 1584.
Fellow of Queens', 1582-5.

CAPELL, GAMALIEL. Adm. FelL-Com. at Queens', Apr. 2,
1616. 7th s. of Sir Arthur, of Little Hadham, Herts., Knt.
B.A. 1619-20; M.A. 1623; B.D. 1632; D.D. 1642. Fellow,
1628-44 (ejected). R. of Icklingham, Suffolk, 1661-7. R. of
Stanton All Saints', 1643. Died 1666. Will (P.C.C.) 1667.
Father of Gamaliel (1666), William (1662) and Edward
(1671). {Vis. of Herts., 1634.)

CAPELL, GAMALIEL Matric. FelL-Com. from St Catharine's,
Michs. 1632. S. and h. of Sir Gamaliel, Knt. Of Rookwoods-
hall, Essex. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Nov. 1640. Buried
Dec. 24, 1683. Brother of Francis (1639). (Morant, 1. 138.)

CAPELL, GAMALIEL. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Caius, Sept. 29,
1666. S. of Gamaliel (1616), D.D., R. of Icklingham, Suffolk.
B. at Stanton. School, Bury. Matric. 1667; Scholar, 1667-8.
Probably died young. (Venn, 1. 429.)

CAPELL, GAMALIEL Adm. pens, (age 16) at Caius, May 15,
1676. S. of Gamaliel, Esq., of Abbots Roothing, Essex.
B. there. School, Bishop's Stortford. Of Springfield, Essex.
Died June, 1720. (Venn, 1. 456.)

CAPELL, GAMALIEL Adm. pens, at Queens', Jan. 26, 1702-3.
S. of Edward (1671), R. of Stanton. Matric 1703. Migrated
to Corpus Christi, 1704; and to Brasenose College, Oxford,
1705. B.A. (Oxford) 1706; M.A. 1709. Ord. priest (Oxford)
June 19, 1709. R. of Carleton and Willingham, Cambs.,
1716. R. of Stanton, Suffolk, 1720-56. Died 1756. Father
of Robert (1732), and Edward (1730). (Al. Oxon.)

CAPEL, HENRY. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Queens', May n, 1592.
Of Essex. Probably Sir Henry, of Raines Hall, Essex, s. of
Sir Arthur (1571). Matric. c 1592. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn,
1596. Knighted, 1603. Died Apr. 29, 1622.

CAPELL, HENRY. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 16) at Sidney, Oct.
23, 1632. S. of Sir Henry, Knt., deceased. B. at Raines Hall,
Essex. School, private. Matric. 1632. Died 1633.

CAPEL, HUMPHREY. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Queens', Oct. 28,

1605. 4th s. of Sir Arthur, of Little Hadham, Herts.
B. 1589. Adm. at the Middle Temple, Apr. 1608. Buried at
Hadham, Nov. 4, 1662. (Vis. of Herts., 1634.)

CAPEL, JAMES. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Queens', June 24, 1620.

Of Hertfordshire. Doubtless s. of Sir Arthur (1571).
CAPEL, MOSES. Adm. sizar at Queens', July 13, 1619. Of

London. Matric. pens. Easter, 1620. B.A. 1622-3; M.A.

1626. Incorp. at Oxford, 1628. Ord. deacon (London) Sept.

24; priest, Dec. 24, 1626. R. of Betteshanger, Kent, 1628-44.

V. of Tilmanstone, 1638-44 (resigned).
CAPELL, ROBERT. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Trinity, Sept. 21,

1732- S. of Gamaliel (1703), R. of Stanton, Suffolk. School,

Bury. Matric. 1733; Scholar, 1733; B.A. 1736-7; M.A. 1740.

Fellow, 1739. Ord. priest (Norwich) Sept. 1740. R. of

Stanton, 1756-81. Died Nov. 1, 1781. Brother of Edward

(1730). (G.Mag.)
CAPEL, ROGER. Matric. Fell.-Com. from Queens', Michs. 1616.

Of Hertfordshire. 6th s. of Sir Arthur, of Little Hadham,

Knt. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 23, 1619. (Vis. of Herts.,

CAPEL, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Queens', Easter, 1610.

Of Essex. B.A. 1613.
CAPELL, WILLIAM Matric. Fell.-Com. from King's, Easter,

1606. Perhaps 5th s. of Sir Arthur, of Little Hadham, Herts.,
Knt. (Vis. of Herts., 1634.)

CAPELL, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Queens', July 1, 1662.
Doubtless s. of Gamaliel, D.D. (1616). Matric. 1663; Fell.-
Com. 1665. Died Dec. 25, 1685, aged 39. (Vis. of Suffolk,
1664; Le Neve, Mon., m. 160.)

CAPGRAVE, JOHN. Augustinian friar, said (Tanner, Bibl.
Brit.) to have studied at Cambridge. B. at Lynn, Norfolk,
Apr. 2i, 1393. Ord. priest, c. 1417. D.D. Provincial of his
order in England. Author of numerous theological works.
Died at Lynn, Aug. 12, 1464. (D.N.B.)

CAPON, DAVID. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Trinity, Mar. 29, 1716.
S. of John, of St Martin's-le-Grand, London. School, St Paul's.
Matric 1719; B.A. 17x9-20. Ord. deacon (London) Mar. 13,
1719-20; priest (Norwich) Dec 1721. V. of West Tarring,
Sussex, 1721. R. of Patching, 1721. Died 1751. Brother of
John (1719).

Car dale, Joseph

CAPON (alias SALCOT), JOHN. B.D. 1512; D.D. 1515. A
Benedictine monk. Probably born at Salcott, Essex. Of St
John's Abbey, Colchester, when ord. deacon, May 16, 1502.
Afterwards prior. Abbot of St Benet's Hulme, Norfolk,
1517-39. Abbot of Hyde, Winchester, 1530-9. Bishop of
Bangor, 1534. Bishop of Salisbury, 1539-57. Died Oct. 6,
1557. Buried in the Cathedral. Will (P.C.C.) 1557. Brother
of William (1499). (Cooper, 1. 171; m. 76; D.N.B.)

CAPON, JOHN. Matric pens, from Christ's, Easter, 1555.

CAPON, JOHN. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Trinity, July 1, 1719.
S. of John, of St Martin's-le-Grand, London. Matric 1724 ;
LL.B. 1725. Ord. deacon (Lincoln, Litt. dim. from Gloucester)
May 21, 1716; priest, May 24, 1719. V. of Childswyckham,
Gloucs., 1719—59. V. of Badgeworth, 1746-59. Died 1759.
Brother of David (1716). (F. S. Hockaday.)

CAPON, WILLIAM. B.A. 1499; M.A. 1502; D.D. 1517. B. at
Salcott, Essex. Fellow of St Catharine's, c. 1509. Proctor,
1509-10. V. of Gt Shelford, Cambs., 1516. Master of Jesus
College, July 21, 1516-Nov. 10, 1546. R. of St Mary Wool-
church, London, 1517-32. Chaplain to Cardinal Wolsey, and
dean of his college at Ipswich, 1528. Dean of Tettenhall,
Staffs., 1533-48. V. of Barkway, Herts., till 1534. Preb. of
Wells, 1537. Archdeacon of Anglesey, 1537. R. of Duxford
St Peter, Cambs., 1543. Preb. and Chancellor of Bangor.
Also Canon of Sarum. V. of Berkeley, Gloucs. R. of Simonds-
bury, Dorset. R. of North Stoneham, Hants. V. of St Mary,
Southampton. Founder of Southampton School. Died 1550.
Will, P.C.C. Brotherof John(i5i2). (Cooper, 1. 100; D.N.B.;
J. Ch. Smith.)

CAPPE, ROGER. Prior of the Carmelites at Nottingham.
Surrendered, 1539. D.Can.L. 1512, according to Cooper, 1.
70; perhaps a mistake for Thomas, below.

CAPPE, THOMAS. B.A. 1493; B.Civ.L. 1501-2. Perhaps
D.Can.L. 1512. Of Norwich diocese. Official of the arch-
deaconry of Norwich, 1524. Preb. of Norwich, 1530-5.
Master of the Hospital of St Giles, Norwich. Ord. sub-
deacon (Lincoln) Mar. 1501. Died Feb. 14, 1545-6. M.I. at
Stephen's, Norwich. (Cooper, 1. 57.)

CAPPER, EDWARD. Adm. at Corpus Christi, June 18, 171 1.
Of London. Matric. 1711 ; B.A. 17*4-5 ; M.A. 1718. Fellow of
Jesus, 1728-32. Ord. deacon (London) Sept. 23, 1716; priest,
July 16, 1718. R. of Holwell, Beds., 1719. Lecturer at
Lincoln's Inn. R. of Thorpe by Norwich, 1731-53. R. of
Hellesdon, Norfolk, 1732-53. Minister of St Peter Mancroft,
Norwich. Died Dec. 10, 1753. (Masters.)

CAPPER, FRANCIS. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1716. Of
London. Scholar of Trinity Hall, Jan. 8, 1717-8. 1st s. of
Richard, of Lincoln's Inn, barrister. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn,
Jan. 28, 1721-2. Of Bushey, Herts., Esq. Commissioner of
Hackney Coaches, 1722-58. Died Jan. 2, 1764. (Misc. Gen.
et Her., 4th S. 11. 76.)

CAPPUR, RICHARD. M.A. 1634 (Incorp. from Oxford); B.A.
from Balliol College, 1627-8; M.A. 1630.

CAPPER, ROBERT. Adm. pens, at Clare, Nov. 21, 1733. B.
in Holborn, London.

CAPPS, BENJAMIN. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, July 3, 1722.
Of Suffolk. Matric. 1723 ; B.A.1725-6. Ord. deacon (Norwich)
Sept. 1727. P.C. of Blythford, Suffolk. V. of Covehithe and
S. Cove, 1732.

CAPPYS, THOMAS. M.A. or higher degree, 1461-2.

CAPPYS, WILLIAM. Scholar at King's Hall, 1453-61.

CAPRON, JOHN. M.A. 1480-1.

CARBOT, HENRY. B.Can.L. 1512-3-

CARDALE, GEORGE. Adm. sizar (age 19) at St John's, June 3,
1734. S. of Joseph, clerk, of Warws. (next). B. at Bulkington.
School, Nuneaton. Matric. 1735; B.A. 1737-8; M.A. 1741;
D.D. 1759. Ord. priest (London) July r, 1739. R. of Wanlip,
Lcics., 1739-69. V. of Rothley, 1759-69. Died Oct. 28, 1769.
(Scott-Mayor, m. 456.)

CARDALE, JOSEPH. M.A. from Queens , 1725. S. of William,
of Dudley, Worcs. Matric. from Magdalen College, Oxford.
May 18, 1702, age 17; B.A. (Oxford) 1706-7. V. of Bulking-
ton, Warws., 1708. V. of Withybrook, 1732. V. of Hinckley,
Leics., 1735-52. Died June 20, 1752. Father of the above,
of the next, and of William (1746). (Al. Oxon; Nichols, iv.

CARDALE, JOSEPH. Adm. sizar (age 18) at St John's, Feb. 8,
1731-2. (Already matric at Trinity College, Oxford, May 29,
1731.) S. of Joseph, clerk, above, V. of Bulkington, Warws.
School, Nuneaton. Matric. 1732; B.A. 1734-5; M.A. 1738;
B.D. 1746. Fellow, 1737-69. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Sept. 21,
1735; priest, Sept. 25, 1737. R. of Newbold Verdun, Leics.,
1743-86. R. of Houghton Conquest, Beds., 1767-86. Buried
there June 5, 1786. (Scott-Mayor, 111. 439.)


Cardale, William

CARDALE, WILLIAM. M.A. from Queens', 1725. S. of John,
of Dudley, Worcs. Matric from Balliol College, Oxford,
May 27, 1718, age 16; B.A. (Oxford) 1721-2. (AL Oxon.)

CARDALE, WILLIAM. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Pembroke,
Oct. 22, 1746. S. of Joseph (1725), V. of Bulkington, Warws.
School, Eton (colleger). Matric. 1747; B.A. 1750-1; M.A.
1754- Fellow, 1751. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Mar. 1750-1;
priest (Ely) Feb. 23, 1752. Died Nov. 12, 1756, aged 28.
M.I. at Hinckley, Leics. {Nichols, iv. 690.)

CARDELL, HENRY. Matric. pens, from Clare, Easter, 1696;
B.A. 1697-8; M.A. 1701. Fellow, 1701. Ord. deacon (Lincoln)
Apr. 13; priest, Sept. 21, 1701. One of these names, alias
Idle, R. of Gt Wariey, Essex, 1708-43. Died June 18, 1743.

CARDELL, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Apr. 12, 1666.
Matric. 1667; Scholar, 1668; B.A. 1669-70; M.A. 1673.
Signs for deacon's orders (London) Mar. 13, 1673-4. V. of
Braintree, Essex, 1676-8. R. of Copford, 1677-89. Died

CARDENAS, ISAAC DE. Matric. pens, from Pembroke, Easter,
1579. Of Geneva. Migrated to Oxford. B.A. (Oxford)
1584-5; M.A. 1588-9. Fellow of Merton College, 1584. In
the service of Francis Walsingham, privy councillor. (AL

CARDIFF, WALTER. Matric. pens, from Clare, Miens. 1578.
S. of James. B. at Dunsinke, Ireland. Adm. at Caius, Apr.
26, 1579, age 19. Schools, Dublin and Ely.

CARDILL, GEORGE. Matric. pens, from Jesus, Easter, 1604.

CARDINAL, EDWARD. Matric. pens, from Christ's, Dec. 1619.
S. of William, of Wenham, Suffolk. Probably of Hadleigh,
Suffolk. Will of one of these names (P.C.C.) 1638; of Strat-
ford, Suffolk. (Petit, 1. 331; Vis. ofSuff., 1612.)

CARDINAL, HUMPHREY. Matric. pens, from Queens', Easter,
1618. Of Lincolnshire.

CARDINAL. JAMES. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 1620. Matric.
1621. Perhaps s. of Charles of Gt Bromley, Essex, gent. ; adm.
at Gray's Inn, Oct. 30, 1622. Of Little Bromley, Esq. (Vis.
of Essex, 1634.)

CARDYNALL, JOHN. Matric. pens, from St John's, Easter,
1563; LL.B. from Trinity Hall, 1570. Will proved (V.C.C.)

CARDINALL, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 19, 1644.
Perhaps s. of James, of Little Bromley, Essex, age about 4 in
1634. (Vis. of Essex, 1634.)


CARDINAL, STEPHEN. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Easter,
1557- S. of William, of Much Bromley, Essex. B.A. 1560-1 ;
M.A. from St John's, 1564; B.D. 1571. Fellow of St John's,
1562. University preacher, 1571. V. of North Stoke, Oxon.
Benefactor to St John's. Died 1575. Will, P.C.C. Brother
of the next. (Cooper, 11. 9 ; Vis. of Essex.)

CARDINAL, WILLIAM. Of St John's College. S. of William,
of Much Bromley, Essex. B. at Dedham. Adm. at Gray's
Inn, 1553. Called to the Bar, 1555. Treasurer, 1578. Reader,
iS74andi586. M.P. for Dartmouth, 1572. One of the Council
of the North, 1572. He left land for Dedham School, to
found two scholarships at St John's. Died 1596. Will
(P.C.C.) 1598; of Egmanton, Notts. Brother of the above.
(Cooper, 11. 221; J. Ch. Smith.)

CARDINALL, WILLIAM. Adm. Fell. -Com. (age 15) at Christ's,
Oct. 29, 1633. S. of William. B. at East Bergholt, Suffolk.
Schools, London and Bury. Matric. 1634; M.A. 1636 (Lit.
Reg.). Adm. at Gray's Inn, Dec. 23, 1637. Of Great
Bromley, Essex. (Petit, 1. 430.)

CARDINER, THOMAS. B.A. from Magdalene, 1605. Possibly
matric. 1589, as Gardiner.

CARDMAKER, JOHN (alias TAYLOR). Studied at Cambridge
and Oxford. B. at Exeter. Franciscan friar. B.D. (Oxford)
1532. V. of St Bride's, Fleet St, London, 1543; and Reader
of St Paul's. Preb. and Chancellor of Welh, 1547. Con-
victed of heresy, and burnt at Smithfield, May 30, 1555.
(Cooper, 1. 127; D.N.B.)

CARDROE, JAMES. Adm. pens, at Queens', June 3, 1658.
Of Brabant. Matric. 1660. Adm. at the Inner Temple, 1661.

CARDROE, JAMES. Adm. pens, at Queens', June 22, 1682.
Of Middlesex.

CARDROE, MATTHEW. Adm. sizar at Queens', Apr. 4, 1608.
Of Dorset.

CARDY, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Queens', Oct. 18, 1622. Of
London. B.A. 1626-7; M.A. from Trinity Hall, 1630. Fellow
of Trinity Hall, 1629-33. 'Of Her*.'

CARE, JOHN. Described as 'B.A. of Magdalene College' when
ord. deacon (Peterb.) May 30, 1640.

CAREW, see also CAREY.

Carew, Valentine

CAREW, ALLEN. Matric. pens, from St John's, Michs. 1544.
CAREW, GEORGE Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Apr. 8, 1600.

One of these names R. of Bickleigh, Devon, 1602. Will

(Exeter) 1610.

CAREW, GEORGE B.A. 1615 (Incorp. from Oxford); B.D.
1615. Matric. at Oxford, May 18, 1604, age 17; B.A. (Oxford)
1606. Of Suffolk, fil. cler. Probably s. of Thomas, R. of
Bildeston, Suffolk. Perhaps ord. deacon (Norwich) Feb. 21,
1607-8, age 24; C. of Thorpe, Norfolk. Ord. priest, Sept. 25,
1608. R. of Boyton, Suffolk, 1609-17. R. of St Michael's,
Cornhill, 1622-5. Died Mar. 1624-5. Will (P.C.C.) 1625. (Al.

CAREW, GEORGE Adm. pens, at Pembroke, June 9, 1701.
Matric. 1701. Previously matric. from Wadham College,
• Oxford, July 7, 1696, age 16. S. of George, of London,
Turkey merchant.

CAREW, ISAAC. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Christ's, Apr. 2, 1700.
S. of Thomas. B. at Waldingfield, Suffolk. School, Bury.
Matric. 1701; Scholar, 1700-1; B.A. 1703-4; M.A. 1707.
R. of Bawdsey, Suffolk, 1706. V. of Wickham Market and
Campsea Ashe, 1719-50. Died Sept. 22, 1750. (Petie, 11.

CAREW, ISAAC. Adm. sizar at Queens', Nov. 15, 1733. Of
Suffolk. Matric. 1734; B.A. 1737-8; M.A. 1741. Fellow.
Died 1742.

CAREW, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Caius, Mar. n, 1677-8.
S. of John, of Cavendish, Suffolk, B. there. Schools,
Cavendish and Sudbury. Matric. 1678; Scholar, 1678-82;
B.A. 1681-2. Ord. deacon (Norwich) June 3, 1683; priest,
Sept. 22, 1684. R. of Freston, Suffolk, 1684-1723; of
Chelmondiston, 1706. Will proved (Ipswich) 1723. (Venn,
i- 458.)

CAREW, MATTHEW. Scholar of Trinity, from Westminster,
1548. S. of Sir Wymond, of Anthony, Cornwall, Knt. B.A.
1550-1. Fellow, 1551. Studied law for 12 years at Louvain,
and probably graduated LL.D. there. Master in Chancery.
Knighted, 1603. Buried at St Dunstan-in-the-West, London,
Aug. 2, 1618. M.I. there. (D.N.B.) Apparently he was
ordained exorcist acolyte and sub-deacon at Norwich Aug. 1,
1558; and was archdeacon of Norwich, c. 1563. (Blomefield,
in. 644.)

CAREW, NICHOLAS. Adm. Fell.-Com at St Catharine's,
Apr. 1703. S. of Sir Francis, of Beddington, Surrey. B.
Feb. 6, 1686-7. Of Beddington, Esq. M.P. for Haslemere,
1708-10, 1714-22; for Surrey, 1722. Created Bart. 1715.
Died Mar. 18, 1726-7, at Beddington. (Burke, Ext. Bart.;

CAREW, OLIVER. Adm. pens, at Peterhouse, Jan. 4, 1625-6.
Of Croydon. Matric. 1626. Presumably a Carew of Bedding-
ton. Perhaps 5th s. of Sir Nicholas. Died 1670, aged 63.
(T. A. Walker, 33; Vis. of Surrey.)

CAREW, REGINALD. Matric. sizar from King's, Easter, 1619;
B.A. 1622-3; M.A. 1626. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) July 24;
priest, Dec. 19, 1626. R. of Mablethorpe, Lines., 1630. R.
of Belleau, 1632. Perhaps R. of Hurst, Kent, 1663-83.

CAREW or CAROWE, ROGER. One of the original fellows of
Trinity, Dec. 19, 1546. Probably s. of Sir Wymond, and
brother of Matthew (above). B.A. (Oxford) 1545-6. Of
Gray's Inn, 1551. M.P. for St Albans, 1563-7. (Al. Oxon.)

CAREW, THEODORE M.A. from Sidney, 1694. Matric. from
Exeter College, Oxford, Mar. 15, 1671-2; B.A. (Oxford)
1675-6. R. of Bickleigh, Devon, 1684. R. of Cadeleigh, 1695.
Will (Exeter) 1722. (Al. Oxon.)

CAREW, THOMAS. Matric. Fell.-Com. from St John's, Michs.
1548. S. and h. of Sir Wymond, of East Anthony, Cornwall.
Adm. at the Inner Temple, Nov. 1550. M.P. for Plymouth,
1555; for Saltash, 1563. Died Feb. 12, 1564-5. (Vivian.)

CAREW, THOMAS. B.A. 1612 (Incorp. from Oxford). Of Kent.
S. of Sir Matthew. Matric. from Merton College, June 10,
1608, age 13; B.A. (Oxford) 1610-11. Adm. at the Middle
Temple, Aug. 12, 1612. Secretary to Sir Dudley Carleton
at Venice, Turin, etc. Gentleman of the Privy Chamber to
Charles I. Died c. 1639. (Al. Oxon.)

CAREW or CARY, VALENTINE. Matric. sizar from Christ's,
Michs. 1585. B. at Berwick -on-Tw«ed. B.A. 1588-9; M.A.
from St John's, 1592; B.D. from Christ's, 1599; D.D. 1610.
Fellow of St John's, 1 591-7 and 1600. Fellow of Christ's,
1597-1600. Master of Christ's. 1609-22. Vice-Chancellor,
1612-5. Preb. of St Paul's, 1601. R. of West Tilbury, Essex,
1603-8; of Gt Parndon, 1604. Archdeacon of Salop, 1606.
Preb. of Lincoln, 1607. V. of Epping, 1607-10. R. of Orsett,
1611. Dean of St Paul's, 1614-22. Bishopof Exeter, 162 1-6.
Died lime 10, 1626. Buried in St Paul's Cathedral. (PeiU, 1.
183; D.N.B.)

CAROO, W. Matric. Fell. -Com. from St John's, Michs. 1548.


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CAREW, WYMOND. Adm. at King's (age 16) a scholar from
Eton, Aug. 25, 1623. B. at East Anthony, Cornwall. Bapt.
Sept. 7, 1603. Matric. 1623; B.A. 1627; M.A. 1631. Fellow,
1626-32. S. of Richard, author of Survey of Cornwall. Died
1632. Buried in the College chapel. Will (P.C.C.) 1633.

CAREW, . Matric. pens, from St John's, Easter, 1546,


CAREWAY, JOHN. One of the original fellows of Queens', by
charter, 1448. V. of St Vigor's, Fulbourn, Cambs. Left
books, etc., to the College. Will proved (V.C.C.) 1449: to
be buried at Fulbourn. (Searle, Hist, of Queens', 30.)

CAREY, see also CAREW.

CAREY orCARY, BRIGGS. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Peterhouse,
Aug. 1, 1750. S. of John, sometime Mayor of Lynn, Norfolk.
Schools, Seaming and Lynn. Matric. 1751; Scholar, 1751;
B.A. 1755. Ord. deacon (Norwich) 1755; priest, 1757. R. of
Stanhoe, Norfolk, 1760-93. R. of Bircham Tofts., 1771-89.
P.C. of St Margaret, Lynn, 1 777-89- R. of Great Massingham,
I 78g-93- Died. Oct 23, 1793. (T. A. Walker, 300; G. Mag.)

CARY, CHARLES. Matric. pens, from Christ's, Dec. 1602;
Feil.-Com. 1603. Probably s. of Lord Hunsdon (John, 1566).
Adm. at Gray's Inn, Feb. 1604-5. Brother of Henry (1607).
(Peile, 1. 242.)

CAREY, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Clare, Apr. 8, 1636. Matric.
1637. Adm. at the Middle Temple, June 9, 1641, as 2nd s.
of Rowland, Esq., of Epperton, Hunts.

CAREY, ERNEST. Matric. pens, from St John's, Michs. 1627;
B.A. 1630-1; M.A. 1635-6 (Lit. Reg.). One of these names
(Colonel) heir to Bishop Carey's Cambridgeshire property.
(Misc. Gen. et Her., iv. 385-7.)

CARY, FRANCIS. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Sidney, July 28,
1635. S. of George, notary public, of Redcastle, Donegal.
B. at Coleraine, Ireland. School, London. Adm. at Gray's
Inn, June 8, 1638.

CAREY, GEORGE. Matric. Fell. -Com. (age 13) from Trinity,
Easter, 1560. S. of Henry, Lord Hunsdon (1564). M.A. 1571.
Served in Scotland. Knighted, 1570. Constable of Barn-
borough Castle. Captain-general of the Isle of Wight. M.P.
for Southampton, 1584-92. Succeeded as 2nd baron, 1596.
Lord chamberlain of the household, 1597. He was first
cousin of Queen Elizabeth. Died Sept. 9, 1603. Will, P.C.C.
Brother of John (1566). (Cooper, m. 6; D.N.B.; G.E.C.)

CARY, GEORGE. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Feb. 21, 1603-4.
One of these names s. of John, of Dudley, Staffs., adm. at
Lincoln's Inn, Jan. 27, 1609-10. Another adm. at the Inner
Temple, 1603, as s. of Sir Henry, of Alwington, Devon, Esq.

CAREY, HENRY. M.A. 1564, on the Queen's visit. S. of
William, Esquire of the body to Henry VIII, and Mary,
sister of Anne Boleyn. B. 1526. M.P. for Buckingham, 1547,
1554. 1555- Knighted, 1558. Created Baron Hunsdon, 1559.
K.G. 1561. Warden of the East Marches and Governor of
Berwick, 1568. Performed many public services. Recorder
of Cambridge, 1590. Died at Somerset House, London,
JUy 23, 1596. Will, P.C.C. Father of George (1560) and
John (1566). (Cooper, 11. 213; D.N.B.; G.E.C.)

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