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Will, P.C.C. (Munk, 1. 331; Le Neve, Knights, 223.)
COLSTON, THOMAS. Adm. Fell. -Com. (age 17) at St John's,
May 3, 1660. S. of Thomas, Esq., deceased, of Claypoole,
lines. B. there. School, Derby. Matric. 1660.
COLSTON, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Queens', July 12, 1664.

Of Norfolk, Matric. 1664.
COLSTON, WILLIAM. Fellow of Peterhouse. Ord. acolyte

(Ely) Dec. 21; sub-deacon, Dec. 22, 14 14.
COLTE, EDWARD. Adm. Fell. -Com. (age 17) at Sidney, May 6,
1620. S. of Thomas. B. at Lewes, Sussex. School, Lewes.
Matric 1620.
COULT, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Corpus Christi, 1610. Of
Suffolk. Matric. Easter, 1611; B.A. 1614-5. Ord. priest
(Norwich) Dec. 19, 1619.
COLT, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Caius, July 6, 1733. S.
of John, mercer, of London. B. there. School, Bury, Suffolk.
Scholar, 1733-8; Matric. 1734; LL.B. 1740. Ord. deacon
(Norwich) Dec. 23, 1739; priest, Sept. 21, 1740. (Venn, n. 38.)
COLT, NICHOLAS. Matric. sizar from St Catharine's, Michs.
1581 ; B.D. from Jesus, 1595. Minister (? curate) at Danbury,
Essex. R. of Shimpling, Norfolk, 1609-42. Author, Sermons.
Buried Dec. 5, 1642. (Cooper, n. 344.)
COLT, ROBERT. Adm. at Pembroke, Apr. 24, 1660. Matric.
1660; B.A. 1663-4. Signs for deacon's orders (London) Feb.
16, 1664-5; title, schoolmaster at Low Layton, Essex.
Signs for priest's orders Sept. 21, 1666. V. of Edwards tone,
Suffolk, 1673-86; and R. of Semer, 1686-1705. Died 1705.
COLT, ROBERT. Adm. sizar at St Catharine's, Dec. 11, 1683.
Matric 1684; B.A. 1687-8; M.A. 1691. Buried Apr. 3, 1698.
(Howard, Vis. of Suff., 11. 28.)
COLTE, ROGER. Matric. pens, from St John's, Lent, 1557-8,
impubes. Perhaps adm. at Lincoln's Inn, 1567. Will of one
of these names (P.C.C.) 1577; of Woodwicks, Herts., Esq.
(J. Ch. Smith.)
COULT, WILLIAM. Matric. sizar from Peterhouse, Michs.
1580; B.A. 1583-4; M.A. 1587. Ord. deacon and priest
(Peterb.) Apr. 9, 1587. V. of Poslingford, Suffolk, 1590-9.
V. of Clare, 1598-1617.

COULTE, . Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, 1614.


COLTMAN, WILLIAM. Described as 'B.A. Jesus College* when
ord. priest (Peterb.) Mar. 1, 1639-40. One of these names V.
of All Saints', Leicester, 1664.
COLTON, JOHN. First Master of Gonville Hall, 1349-60;
appointed by Edmund Gonville. B. at Terrington, Norfolk,
and often in consequence called John of Tyrington. (He was
not rector.) Chaplain of William Bateman, Bishop of Nor-
wich. Said to have been D.Can.L. 1348. There is no record
of his work in College. In 1372 he was in Ireland, where
he defeated a body of plunderers. Dean of St Patrick's and
Treasurer of Ireland, 1374. Lord Justice of Ireland, 1381.
Archbishop of Armagh, 1381-1404. Died Apr. 27, 1404.
Buried at St Peter's, Drogheda. His Visitation of the dio-
cese of Derry has been edited. (Venn, m. 9; D.N.B.)
COLTRASHE, MATTHEW. Scholar of Queens', 1525-7.
COLUMBELL, RICHARD. Adm. at King's (age 18) a scholar
from Eton, Aug. 17, 1536. Of Marston, Derbs. Left about
1538. (Harwood.)

Combar, John

COLUMBINE, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Michs. 1578;
Scholar, 1582; B.A. 1582-3; M.A. 1586. Fellow, 1585. In-
corp. at Oxford, 1586. V. of Kidderminster, 1589. R. of
Enville, Staffs., 1597-1619: 'B.D.' Will (P.C.C.) 1619.

COLVEN, WILLIAM. Adm. (age 20) at Caius, Aug. 16, 1673.
S. of William, clerk, of Askrigg, Yorks. B. there. Schools,
Bainbridge and Sedbergh. Previously adm. at Trinity
College, Dublin, Feb. 25, 1671-2.

COLVYLL, JOHN. Matric Fell. -Com. from Trinity, Michs.

COLVILE, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Christ's, c. 1594.

COLVILE, JOSIAH. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 16) at Magdalene,
July 3, 1673. S. of John, Esq., citizen, of London. School,
Wisbech. M.A. 1675 (Lit. Reg.). Incorp. at Oxford, 1676.
Of Newton, Isle of Ely, Esq. Died at Wisbech, Dec. 25,
1705. Buried at Newton. (Le Neve, Mon., n. 108.)

COLVYLE, RICHARD. Matric. pens, from Jesus, Easter,

COLVILE, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from Magdalene, Michs.

1635; B.A. 1638-9; M.A. 1642.
COLVYLE, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Caius, Apr. 17,

1640. S. of John, gent., of East Somerton, Norfolk. B. there.

School, Norwich. Matric. 1640; Scholar, 164 1-2.
COLVILL, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 27,

COLVILE, WILLIAM. D.D. Chancellor of the University, 1388,

1391. 1394- Master of Michael House, 1395-1410. Abbot

of Canterbury.

COLVILLE, WILLIAM. Matric. Fell.-Com. from Magdalene,

Michs. 1634.
COLWALL, DANIEL. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 17) at Trinity,

Sept. 29, 1698. S. of Arnold, of Surrey. School, Kensington.

Matric. 1698. Of the Friary, near Guildford. (Manning's

Surrey, 1. 21.)
COLWELL, JOHN. B.A. 1517-8- Perhaps V. of Monken Hadley,

COLLWELL, JOHN. Adm. Fell.-Com. at King's, 1663-4.

Perhaps adm. at the Inner Temple, 1666, as of London,

COMARQUE, DAVID. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1717. S. of

John, Captain in the British Service. B. in Dublin. B.A.

1720-1; M.A. 1726. Head Master of Colchester School,

1726-7. V. of Alresford, Essex, till 1730. R. of Halsall,

Lanes., 1730-46. R. of Putney, Surrey, 1739-48. Died 1748.

Brother of the next. (Misc. Gen. et Her., 4th S. 1. 315.)

COMARQUE, REYNOLD. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1717. S. of
John, Captain in the British Service. B. in Dublin (B. in Mid-
dlesex, Munk). M.B. 1728; M.D. 1728 (Com. Reg.). Adm. at
Leyden, Oct. 26, 1719, age 21. F.R.C.P. 1737; off, 1742.
Of the parish of St Peter-le-Poor. Will proved July 9, 1742.
Brother of the above. (Munk, 11. 137; Misc. Gen. et Her.,
4th S. 1. 315.)

COMBE, BENEDICT. Adm. pens, (age 17) at St John's, July 5,
1726. S. of Brian, attorney, of (Maperton), Dorset. B. at
Netherbury, near Bridport. School, Tumworth, near
Blandford. Matric. 1726; B.A. 1729-30; M.A. 1733. Fellow,
1732-6. Incorp. at Oxford, 1733.

COMBE, EDWARD. B.A. from Pembroke, 1683-4; M.A. 1715.
S. of Edward, of Worcester. Matric. from St John's, Oxford,
July 10, 1679, age 18. School, Merchant Taylors'. R. of
St Martin's, Worcester, 1691-1738. Died Mar. 3, 1737-8.
(Al. Oxon.)

COMBE, FRANCIS. Adm. pens, at Sidney, May, 1600. S. of
Francis, of Hemel Hempstead, Herts. B. there, 1583. Died
May 21, 1641, s.p. Buried at Hemel Hempstead. 'M.I. at
Abbot's Langley. Will, P.C.C. Benefactor to Sidney. (Cus-
sans, in, Pedigrees.)

COMBE, JOHN. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, 1448.
A John Combe was V. of Stapleford, Cambs., to 1461.

COMBE, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Caius, Apr. 17, 1646.
S. of Edward, gent., deceased. B. at Bacton, Suffolk. School,
Bury St Edmunds. Matric. 1646; Scholar, 1648-50. (Venn,
1. 362.)

COMBE, M. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton, c. 1460.

COOMB, SAMUEL Adm. sizar (age 24) at Christ's, 1648. S. of
John. B. in Dorset. School, Frampton. Subscribed for
priest's orders (Bristol) Aug. 20, 1662, as literate. C. of
Godmanstone, Dorset. (Peile, 1. 522; F. S. Hockaday.)

COMB, . B.Can.L. 147c— 1 ; grace for D.Can.L. 1471-2.

COMBE, . Adm. Fell. -Com. at Corpus Christi, 1479.

COMBAR, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Trinity Hall, Easter,
155°- Possibly B.A. (Oxford) 1559.


Comber, Thomas

COMBER, THOMAS. Matric pens, from Trinity, c. 1592. S. of
— , barrister. B. at Shermanbury, Sussex, Jan. 1, 1575.
School, Horsham. Scholar, 1595; B.A. 1594-5; M.A. 1598;
B.D. 1609; D.D. 1616. Fellow, 1597. Lived in France for
three years. Chaplain to James I . R. of Worplesdon, Surrey,
1615. Dean of Carlisle, 1629. Master of Trinity, 1631-45,
ejected. Vice-Chancellor, 1631, 1636-7. Deprived of his
preferments and imprisoned. A learned orientalist. Died
Feb. 28, 1653-4. Buried at St Botolph's, Cambridge.
Will, P.C.C. (D.N.B.; Surrey Arch. Coll., ix. 313.)

COMBER or CUMBER, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 14) at Sidney,
Apr. 18, 1659. S. of James (not John, as in D.N.B.). B. at
Westerham, Kent (his mother's home), Mar. 19, 1644-5.
School, private. Scholar; B.A. 1662-3; M.A. 1666; D.D.
(Lambeth) 1678. Ord. deacon, Aug. 18, 1663; priest (York)
Sept. 20, 1664. R of Stonegrave, Yorks., 1669. Preb. of
York, 1677; precentor, 1683. R. of Thornton Dale, Yorks.,
1679. Dean of Durham, 1691-9. Author, theological. Died
Nov. 25, 1699. Buried at Stonegrave. (D.N.B.; F.M.G.)

COMBER, THOMAS. Adm. pens, at Jesus, July 3, 1741. S. of
Thomas, of East Newton, Yorks., Esq. Matric. 1742 ; Scholar;
B.A. 1744-5; LL.B. 1770; LL.D. 1775. R. of Kirby Mis-
perton, Yorks., 1768. R. of Buckworth, Hunts., 1770-8.
R. of M or born, 1770-8. Chaplain to Countess of Balcarres.
Died Apr. 9, 1778. Buried at Stonegrave. Brother of the
next. {F.M.G., 768.)

COMBER, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, at Jesus, July 8, 1743. 0*
Yorkshire. S. of Thomas, of East Newton, Yorks., Esq.
Matric. 1744; Scholar; B.A. 1746-7; M.A. 1770. R. of
Hasketon, Suffolk, 1754-6. V. of Kirkby Moorside, Yorks.,
1756-1810. R. of Kirkby Overcar, 1770. Died Mar. 24, 1810,
aged 84. Brother of Thomas (above). (F.M.G., 768.)

COMBERBATCH, RICHARD. Adm. sizar (age 21) at Caius,
Mar. 30, 1665. S. of Ralph, gent., of Lymm, Cheshire. B. at
Latchford. School, Lymm. Matric 1665; Scholar, 1666-9;
B.A. 1668-9. V. of Lower Peover, Cheshire, 1686-1711.
Died 1722. M.I. at Peover. (Venn, 1. 425.)

COMBERFORD, HENRY. B.A. 1532-3; M.A. 1536; B.D. 1545.
Of Comberford, Staffs. Fellow of St John's, 1533.' Proctor,
1543-4- R- °f Polstead, Suffolk, 1539. R. of Earsham,
Norfolk, 1553. R. of Hethell, 1554-8. Precentor of Lichfield,
1555- A popish recusant under Elizabeth. (Cooper, 1. 292.)

COMBERFORD, HUMPHREY. Adm. Fell. -Com. at Clare, Nov.
8, 1632. Matric. 1633. Of Moat House, Tamworth. 2nd s. of
William, deceased. Adm. at the Inner Temple, 1632.



COMER, JONATHAN. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Christ's, July 1,
1667. B. at Broad Clist, Devon. School, Broad Clist. Matric.
1668; B.A. 1670-1. Ord. deacon (Exeter) Sept. 1670; priest,
June, 1671. R. of Dunkerton, Somerset, 1675-77; of Babcary,
1677. Died before Apr. 1729, at Babcary. (Peile, 11. 12.)

COMER, WILLIAM MA. from Pembroke, 1726; of Balliol
College, Oxford. S. of Nicholas, of Langford Budfield,
Somerset, clerk. Matric. from New Inn Hall, Oxford,
Apr. 9, 1715. Perhaps B.A. (Oxford). V. of Kingston-on-
Thames, 1727. Died July, 1766, aged 68. M.I. at Kingston.
Will, P.C.C. (A I. Oxon.; Manning and Bray, 1. 392.)

COOMBES, JOHN. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, Aug. 20,

1739. S. of William, of Axminster, Devon. Matric. 1739.

Matric. from Balliol College, Oxford, Feb. 25, 1735-6. (Al.

COMBES, RALPH. Adm. at King's a scholar from Eton, 1676.

B. at Stockport, Cheshire. Matric. 1677; B.A. 1680-1; M.A.

1684. Fellow. Conduct of Eton College. R. of Wootton

Courtney, Somerset, 1689-1720. Died 1720.
COMES, RICHARD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Mar. It, 1722-3.

S. of Richard, of Somerset, School, Wells. Matric. 1724-3.

Adm. at the Middle Temple, Feb. 9, 1722-3.

Peterhouse, Michs. 1580; B.A. 1583-4. Ord. deacon

(Peterb.) Nov. 7, 1585; priest, Sept. IX, 1587.
COMBREY or CUMBREY, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 17) at

Sidney, Nov. 7, 1718. S. of Robert. B. at Greetham,

Rutland. Schools, Garlthorp, Leics. and Oakham. Matric.

1719; B.A. 1722-3. Ord. deacon (Peterb.j Sept. 22, 1723;

priest (Lincoln) Mar. 6, 1725-6. V. of Lavendon and Bray field,

Bucks., 1726.
CUMBREY, ROBERT. Adm. sizar (age 17) at St John's, May 23,

1724. S. of Henry, grocer, of Rutland. School, Oakham.

Matric 1724; B.A. 17*7-8.

COMELIE, W. Matric sizar from Jesus, Easter, 1388.

COMELYNS, THOMAS. Matric pens, from Trinity, Michs.

Commins, Thomas

COMMANDER, ROBERT. Adm. at King's (age 16) a scholar
from Eton, Aug. 14, 1548. Matric. 1548. B. in London.
Left about 1550. ' Destroyed many good books in the College
library.' One of these names R. of Tarporley, Cheshire,
1571-1613. (Harwood.)

C0M0D, OWEN. Friar. Cautio for degree, 1459-60.

COMPORT, JOHN. B.A. 1531-3.

COMYN, CHRISTOPHER Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, June 2,

1634. Of Durham. Matric. 1634; B.A. 1637-8; M.A. 1641.
Fellow of Peterhouse, 1641-4, ejected. Ord. deacon (Lincoln)
Sept. 25, 1642. R. of Norbury, Staffs., 1649-62. V. of Prees,
Salop, 1662-99. Preb. of Lichfield, 1663. Died 1699. (T. A.
Walker, 72.)

COMINGE, DAVID (?). Matric. pens, from St John's, Easter, 1610.
COMYNE or COMYNS, RICHARD. Matric. sizar from Queens',

Michs. 1571; B.A. 1575-6; M.A. 1579. Probably Master of

Doncaster Grammar School, c. 15 78-80-. Ord. deacon

(Durham) May 23, 1581.
COMMYN, RICHARD. Adm. pens, (age 16) at St John's, Apr. 3,

1633. S. cf Timothy (1594), under-sheriff, of Durham. B.

there. Bapt. at St Mary-the-Less, Jan. 5, 1616-7. School,

Stain ton Street, Durham. Matric. 1633. Brother of William

(1635) and Thomas (1619).
CUMMYN, ROBERT. Adm. sizar at Queens', Oct. 23, 1577.

Of Yorkshire. B.A. from St John's, 1580-1. One of these

names R. of Duddinghurst, Essex, 1584-1610. Died 1610.

Will (Consist. C. London), as Comyns.
COMYN, ROBERT. M.A. from Magdalene, 1693. S. of Robert,

of Ilsley, Berks., clerk. Matric. from All Souls', Oxford, June 3,

1686, age 14. B.A. from Balliol College, Oxford, 1690.

V. of Wigmore, Heref., 1699. R. of Brampton Brian, 1702.

Archdeacon of Salop, 1713-26. R. of Pontesbury, Salop,

1713-26. R. of Presteign, 1720-6. Died Nov. 1726. (AL


COMYN, ROBERT. M.A. from Trinity, 1732. S. of Robert, of
Toddington, Heref., clerk. Matric from Trinity College,
Oxford, Mar. 23, 1723-41 age 18; B.A. (Oxford) 1728. Ord.
priest (Gloucester) Sept. 3, 1732. Perhaps V. of St Paul's,
Saffron Walden, Herts., 1734-6. (A I. Oxon.)

COMMIN, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from St John's, Easter,
1619. Of Durham. S. of Timothy. Bapt. Jan. 23, 1602-3.
B.A. 1622-3; M.A. 1626. Fellow, 1624. Ord. deacon
(Durham) Sept. 24, 1626. Buried at St Mary-the-Less,
Durham, June 26, 1627. Brother of Richard (1633) and
William (1635). (H. M. Wood.)

COMMIN, TIMOTHY. Matric. pens, from St John's, c. 1594.
Probably s. of Simon, of Durham. Died c. 1626. Father of
Richard (1633), Thomas (above) and the next. (M H. Pea-

COMYN, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 16) at St John's, Oct. 10,

1635. S. of Timothy, under-sheriff of Durham. B. there.
Bapt. at St Mary-the-Less, May 25, 1619. School, Durham.
Matric. 1636. Buried Jan. 14, 1639-40. Brother of Richard
(1633) and Thomas (1619). (H. M. Wood.)

CUMMING, WILLIAM Adm. sizar (atr 18) at Trinity, Apr. 20,
1737. S. of William, of Alvechurch, Worcs. School, Merchant
Taylors', London. Matric. 1737; Scholar, 1740; B.A. 1740-1;
M.A. 1744. Fellow, 1743. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Feb. 22,
1740-1; priest, June 9, 1745. V. of St Ippolyts, Herts.,

COMMIN or CUMMING, WILLIAM. M.A. from Trinity, 1739.
S. of James, of Newent, Gloucs. Matric. from Trinity College,
Oxford, Apr. 16, 1709, age 18; B.A. (Oxford) 1712. (Al. Oxon.)

COMMYNS, FRANCIS. M.A. 1639 (Incorp. from Oxford). S. of

James, of London. Matric from Queen's College, Oxford,

Nov. 4, 1631, age 19; B.A. 1634; M.A. 1637. V. of Albury,

Herts., 1637-62 (ejected). (Al. Oxon.)
COMMYNS, JOHN. Matric. sizar from Queens', Easter, 1655.

Of Essex. B.A. 1657-8; M.A. 1661. Perhaps s. of William,

of Romford; and brother of William (1656).
CUMMINS, JOHN Adm. pens, at Queens', June 5, 1683. Of

Essex. Probably s. and h. of William (1656). Adm. at

Lincoln's Inn, May 5, 1683.
COMYNS, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Queens', Easter, 1720.

One of these names, s. and h. of Richard, of the Inner Temple,

Esq., adm. at the Inner Temple, 1718.
COMYNS, RICHARD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, June 26, 1733.

Probably s. of Richard, of Dagenham, Essex; adm. at

Lincoln's Inn, May 17, 1734.
COMYNS, ROBERT. Adm. sizar at Christ's, July 23, 1668.

School, Northallerton. Matric 1669; B.A. 1674-3.
CUMMINS, THOMAS. Adm. at Emmanuel, 1643. S. of Robert,

of Dagenham, Essex. Matric (Oxford) June 12, 1640, age 15 ;

B.A. 1643-4; M.A. from Pembroke, 1647. Fellow of Pem-
broke, c. 1643. Perhaps M.D. (Oxford) 1653.


Commins, William

CUMMINS, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from Queens', Easter,
1656. Of Essex. B.A. 1659-60. Probably s. and h. of
William, of Romford, adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Oct. 20, 1662.
(Vis. of Essex, 1664.)

CUMMINS, . Adm. at St Catharine's, Dec 7, 1660, as

LL.B. Of Essex. (No such degree found.)

COMPLISON (?), LEONARD. Matric. pens, from St John's,
Michs. 1613.

COMPTON, CHARLES. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Caius, July II,
1717. S. of the Hon. Hat ton, grandson of the Earl of
Northampton. B. in London. School, Cheam, Surrey.
Matric 1717; B.A. 1721-2; M.A. 1725. Fellow, 1721-61.
Treasurer of Society of Antiquaries, 1740. Died Nov. 21,
" 1761. (Venn, 11. 9.)

COMPTON, HENRY. M.A. 1661. S. of Spencer (1614), Earl of
Northampton. Matric. from Queen's College, Oxford, Dec.
12, 1654. Left without a degree, and travelled abroad.
Entered Christ Church, Oxford, 1666, and incorporated as
M.A. Faculty (from Canterbury) for both orders, 1666.
B.D. and D.D. (Oxford) 1669. Master of St Cross Hospital,
Winchester, 1667. Canon of Christ Church, 1669. R. of
Cottenham, Cambs., 1671. R. of Witney, Oxon., 1674.
Bishop of Oxford, 1674. Dean of the Chapel Royal, 1675-85.
Bishop of London, 1675-1713. Died at Fulham, July 7,
1713, aged 81. Buried there. (D.N. B.; Al. Oxon.)

COMPTON, JAMES. M.A. 1635-6. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Queens',
Jan. 21, 1636-7. S. and h. of Spencer, Earl of Northampton.
B. Aug. 19, 1622. M.P. for Co. Warwick, 1640. D.C.L.
(Oxford) 1642. Succeeded as Earl, 1643. F.R.S. 1673- Died
at Castle Ashby, Northants., Dec. 15, 1681. (G.E.C.)

COMPTON, JAMES. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 16) at St John's,
July 7, 1681. S. of Francis. B. in London. Matric. 1681.
School, Winchester. S. and h. of Sir Francis, of Kew Green,
Surrey, Knt. Adm. at the Middle Temple, June 30, 1681.

COMPTON, JOHN. B.A. from Christ's, 1576-7. Ord. deacon
(London) Apr. 1579; priest, Dec. 1579 (bom at Gesting-
thorpe, Essex; but said to be of Balliol College, Oxford).
One of these names R. of Uphil', Somerset. (Peile, 1. 126.)

COMPTON, JOHN. Matric. sizar from King's, Easter, 1647.

COMPTON, NICHOLAS. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton,
Aug. 11, 1523. Of Waddesdon, Bucks. Left c. 1524.

COMPTON, RALPH. Adm. at King's (age 17) a scholar from
Eton, July 9, 1652. Of Chicksands Priory, Beds. Matric.
1652; B.A. 1655-6; M.A. 1659. Fellow, 1655-63. Chaplain
to Lord Maynard, 1661. Died, 1663.

COMPTON, RICHARD. Matric. sizar from St John's, Easter,
1604. B. in Sutton, Kent. B.A. 1607-8; M.A. 1613. Ord.
deacon (Rochester); priest (London) Sept. 25, 1609, age 24.
C of Heathfield, Sussex.

COMPTON, SPENCER. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Queens', 1614; M.A.
1615. S. of William (1594-5), Earl of Northampton. B. May,
1601. K.B. 1616. M.P. for Ludlow, 1620-1. Created Baron
Compton, 1626. Succeeded as 2nd Earl of Northampton,
June 14, 1630. An ardent royalist. Killed at Hopton Heath,
Mar. 19, 1643. Father of Henry (1661). (D.N.B.)

COMPTON, THOMAS DE. Fellow of Peterhouse, 1339-50.

COMPTON, WALTER. Adm. at King's, a scholar from Eton,
1623: died before admission.

COMPTON, Sir WILLIAM. Included in Cooper's Athena, as
having obtained 'letters of confraternity' for himself and his
wife, Feb. 5, 1513-4. Favourite of Henry VIII. Died 1528.

COMPTON, WILLIAM. M.A. 1594-5. Probably Fell. -Com. at
King's, 1588-9. M.A. (Oxford) 1605. Adm. at Gray's Inn,
1593. Earl of Northampton, 1618. K.B. 1605. K.G. 1628.
LorS President of Wales, 1617-30. Died June 14, 1630.

COMPTON, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Caius, May 22,
1749. S. of Edward, Esq., of Argyle Buildings. B. in London.
School, Cheam, Surrey. Matric. 1749; Scholar, 1749-54;
B.A. 1753; M.A. 1756; LL.D. 1763. Fellow, 1754-72. Adm.
at the Inner Temple, 1753; and at Doctors' Commons,
1763. Chancellor of Ely diocese, 1777; and Advocate in the
Court of Arches. Died July 3, 1824. (Venn, 11. 63.)

CONAND, . B.A. 1482-3.

CONANDE, . Scholar of Queens', 1496-7.

CONANT, JOHN. B.D. 1620 (Incorp. from Oxford). Of Devon.
Matric. from Exeter College, Nov. 15, 1605, age 18; B.A.
1609; M.A. 1611-2; B.D. 1619. Fellow of Exeter College,
1611-20. R. of Lymington, Somerset, 1619. R. of St Botolph,
London, 1643. Perhaps father of Samuel (1645-6I. Will of
one of these names (P.C.C.) 1653. Of Sarum, clerk. (Al.

CONANT, MALACHI. Incorp. B.D. 1668. S. of John, of
Salisbury, clerk. Matric. from Exeter College, Oxford,
Mar. 13, 1650-1; B.A. from Magdalen College, Oxford, 1654;

Coney, Nathaniel

M.A. 1657; B.D. 1665. Fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford,
1655-7. Ord. deacon and priest (Exeter) Aug. 30, 1660.
V. of Seale, Sussex, 1667. Canon of Chichester, 1668-
Buried at Beeding, May 24, 1680. (Al. Oxon.; W. C.
CONANT, RICHARD. B.A. from Emmanuel, 1645-6. Probably
s. of Richard, of Budleigh, Devon. Matric. from Exeter
College, Dec. 6, 1639, age 17. Will of one of these names
(Exeter) 1688. Of East Budleigh, clerk. (Al. Oxon.)

CONANT, SAMUEL. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Jan. 15, 1645-6.
Of Somerset. Migrated to Oxford. B.A. 1649; M.A. 1652.
Fellow of Exeter College, 1648-62. Proctor, 1657. Ord.
deacon and priest (Norwich) Aug. 1661. R. of Brown
Candover, Hants., 1658; of Felthorpe, Norfolk, 1662-5; of
Litchett Matravers, Dorset, 1663; of Child Ockford, 1673-
1719. Died at Lytchett, Dec. 5, 1719. Perhaps s. of John
(1620). (F. S. Hockaday.) (Al. Oxon.)

CONDALL, ROBERT. M.A. 1574 (Incorp. from Oxford); B.A.
(Oxford) 1564-5; M.A. 1569; B.D. and D.D. 1585. Fellow
of Brasenose College. R. of Wytham, Berks., 1572. Canon
of Lincoln, 1575. R. of Little Staughton, Hunts., 1573; and
of Edgworth, Beds., 1575-1612. Archdeacon of Huntingdon,
1576-1612. Buried at Edgworth, July 18, 1612. Will, P.C.C.
(Al. Oxon.)

CONDALL, ROBERT. Matric. sizar from St John's, Easter,

CONDER, . Adm. at Christ's, Dec. 1713. Resided till 1715.

He may be the 'Richard Conder, B.A.,' who was ord. priest
(Durham) Sept. 23, 1722. V. of Bishopton, Durham, 1722-7;
and of Stranton, 1727-38. Died 1738.

CONDON, CHARLES MELLISH. Adm. pens, (age 18) at
Trinity, Apr. 2, 1740. S. of Thomas, of Kilnwick, Yorks.
School, Beverley, Yorks. Scholar, 1740. Changed his name
to Mellish.

CONDUITT, JOHN. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, June 7,
1705. S. of Leonard, of London. School, Westminster.
Matric. 1705-6; Scholar, 1706. Of Cranbury Lodge, Hants.
Judge-advocate with the British forces in Portugal, 1711. M.P.
for Whitchurch, Hants., 1721, 1722, 1728; for Southampton,
1734-7- Master of the Mint, 1727, succeeding Isaac Newton,
whose niece, Katharine Barton, he had married, Aug. 26,
1717. F.R.S. Author, economical. Died May 23, 1737.
Buried in Westminster Abbey, by the side of Newton.
(D.N.B.; Al. Westmon., 246.)

CONE, ROBERT. B.A. 1559-60; M.A. from St John's, 1571, as

CONELL, . Adm. Fell.-Com. at Corpus Christi, 1480.

CONEN, GEORGE. Incorp. D.D. 1748. S. of Goswin, of Aldgate,
London. Matric. from St John's College, Oxford, 1729, age
17; B.A. (Oxford) 1733; M.A. 1737; B.D. 1742; D.D. 1746.
R. of St George-the-Martyr, Southwark. Died, Dec. 20, 1750.
(Al. Oxon.; L. Mag.)

CONEY, see also CONNYE.

CONEY, EDMUND. B.Civ.L. 1501-2.

COONY, EDMUND. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Easter, 1577.

CONY, EDWARD. Adm. pens (age 16) at Sidney, July 30,
1656. S. of Sir Sutton (1615), Knt. and Bart., of Stoke,
Lines. B. there. Schools, Uppingham and Grantham, Lines.
Matric. 1656; B.A. 1660; M.A. 1664. Fellow. R. of North
Luffenham, Rutland. Died in London, 1691. (Lines. Pedi-

CONEY, EDWIN. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Emmanuel, May 15, 1706.
Of Middlesex. Matric. 1706, as Edward. Perhaps Edwin
Cony, gent. (s. of William, of Walpole, Norfolk), adm. at
Lincoln's Inn, Feb. 21, 1707-8. Of Walpole, Esq. Sheriff of
Norfolk, 1734. Died 1755, aged 68. (Lines. Pedigrees.)

CONEY or CONNEY, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Christ's, July,
1608. Probably eldest s. of Sir Richard (1579-80), Knt, of
Whissendine, Rutland. Adm. at Gray's Inn, Mar. 18, 1610.
Brother of Thomas (1608). (Peile, 1. 268.)

CONY, JOHN. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1663. Of Cambridge-

CONEY, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 19) at St John's, Apr. 10, 1707.
S. of Daniel, deceased. B. in London. School, Ely. Matric.
1707-8; B.A. 1710-1. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) Mar. 5, 1711-2;
priest (Ely) Dec. 21, 1712.

CONEY, JOHN. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Mar. 19, 1722-3. Of
Somerset. S. of Thomas, D.D., V. of Stowey. Matric. 1724;
B.A. 1726-7; M.A. 1736. V. of Over Stowey, Somerset, 1733-
Brother of William (1722).

CONEY, JOSEPH. Adm. sizar at Trinity, July 5, 1659. Matric.
1661; B.A. 1663. Ord. deacon (Ely) Mar. 1663-4.

CONY, NATHANIEL, Matric. sizar from St John's, Easter,
1629; B.A. 1632-3; M.A. 1636.


Coney, Nicholas

CONNIE, NICHOLAS. Matric. pens, from Magdalene, May,
1569. Migrated to Christ's. B.A. i573~4-

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