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CONWAY, THOMAS. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Easter, 161 5.

CONWAY, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 15) at Caius, July 30,
1641. S. of George, butler of Jesus College. B. in Cambridge.
School, Perse. Scholar, 1641-5; Matric 164a; B.A. x645-«;
M.A. 1649. Fellow, 1651-6. University preacher, 1653.
R. of Witchling, Kent, 1661-90. V. of Stahsfield, 1665-90.
Died 1690. Father of the next.

CONWAY, THOMAS. Adm. sizar (age 18) at Magdalene,
May 34, 1677. S. of Thomas, above, clerk. B. at Witchling,
Kent. School, Egerton. Matric 1677; B.A. 1681-3. Litt.
dim. from Canterbury for deacon, 1682. V. of Bredgar, Kent,
1689. V. of Bobbing, 1689-90. R. of Witchling, 1690-1711.
V. of Rodmersham, 1691-1711. Died 1711.


Conway, William

CONWAY, WILLIAM. Fellow of King's Hall. Ord. acolyte
(Ely) 1386. (Not found, unless he be Cornwall.)

CONWAYE, WILLIAM. Adm. pens, (age 15) at Caius, Feb. 6,
1576-7. S. of William, citizen and druggist of London.
B. there. School, Grey Friars. Matric. 1577; Scholar to 1582.

CONWAYE, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from Jesus, Easter, 1587.

CONWAYE, WILLIAM. B.A. from Peterhouse, 1603-4; M.A.

CONYERS, ANTHONY. Matric. sizar from St John's, Easter,
1621. Of Durham. Probably s. of William, of Woolley,
Durham. B.A. 1624-5; M.A. 1628; B.D. 1635. Fellow, 1628.
Buried at Brancepeth, Apr. 15, 1636. (Yorks. Archaeol. and
Top. Journal, vi. 226; Vis. of Durham, 1615.)

CONYERS, CHRISTOPHER. Adm. pens, (age 15) at Peter-
house, June 10, 1635. S. of Sir John, of Durham, Bart.
Bapt. at Easington, Mar. 28, 1621. Matric. 1635. Adm. at
Gray's Inn, Feb. is, 1637-8. Succeeded his father, 1664, his
elder brother Richard (1635) having died before that time.
Buried at Easington, Oct. 12, 1693. (Surtees, 1. 28; T. A.
Walker, 53.)

CONYERS, CUTHBERT. B.Civ.L. 1495-6; D.Civ.L. 1503-4;
D.Oan.L. 1507-8. S. of William, of Marske, Esq. Ord.
deacon (Ely) Mar. 15, 1493-4. R. of Marske, Yorks. V. of
Whenby, 1510. R. of Hutton Rudby, 1512-7. Died Apr. 7,
1517. (Yorks. Archaeol. and Top. Journal, vi. 225.)

CONIERS, EDWARD. Matric. pens, from St John's, Easter,
1577; B.A. 1580-1.

CONYERS, GEORGE. Matric. sizar from Trinity, c. 1595. Of
Yorkshire. B. 1575 or 1578. Entered the English College at
Rome, 1597. Ord. priest, May 17, 1607. Entered the S.J.
1604. Served for 48 years in England. Died Oct. 1652.
(Records S.J., in. 210.)

CONIARS, GEORGE. Adm. sizar at Peterhouse, June 24, 1616.
Probably s. of George, of Fylingdales, Yorks., gent. Matric.
1616; B.A. 1620-1; M.A. 1624. V. of Lastingham, Yorks.,
1624-37. V. of Withernsea, 1637-40. R. of Whitby, 1639-
48. V. of Smeaton, 1640-48. Died 1648. Father of Richard
(1637). (T. A. Walker, 3.)

CONYERS, HENRY. Scholar of Trinity, 1602.

CONYERS, HENRY. Adm. sizar (age 16) at Peterhouse, Mar. 9,
1652-3. Of Yorkshire. B.A. 1656-7.

CONIERS, JAMES. Adm. sizar at Sidney, June, 1609. Matric.
1609; B.A. 1612-3; M.A. 1616. Ord. deacon (York) Sept
1613. P.C. of St Mary, Stratford-le-Bow, 1626-40.

CONYERS, JAQUEZ. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Apr. 24, 1694.
Of Yorkshire. Matric. 1695; B.A. 1697-8; M.A. 1701. V. of
Middleton-in-Pickering, Yorks., 1 701-10.

CONYERS or CONIES, JOHN. B.Civ.L. 1500-1. One John Con-

yers P.C. of St Margaret, Westminster, 1503-9.
CONYERS, JOHN. Matric. pens, from St John's, Lent, 1579-80;

B.A. 1583-4; M.A. 1587. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) May 27,

1585; priest (Lincoln) 1586. R. of Belchford, Lines., 1585.

R. of Thimbleby, 1586-1618.
CONYERS, JOHN. Matric. pens, from Christ's, Dec. 1607.

One of these names, of West Brompton (? Brampton, Corby

Hundred), Northants., adm. at Gray's Inn, Jan. 24, 1609-10.
CONYERS, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 16) at Sidney, June 29,

1664. S. of Nicholas, yeoman, of Pickering, Yorks. School,

Pickering. Matric. 1664; B.A. 1667-8. Ord. deacon (York)

Sept. 1669; priest, May, 1670.
CONYERS, JOHN. Adm. Fell. -Com. at Trinity Hall, Nov. 16,

1726. S. of Edward, of Copped Hall, Essex. Matric. 1726.

Of Copped Hall, Esq. M.P. for Reading, 1747. Died Sept.

18, 1775, aged 57. (Essex Pedigrees.)
CONYERS, LEONARD. Adm. sizar at Peterhouse, June 1,

1629. Probably s. of Leonard, of Wrelton, Yorks., clerk.

Matric. 1629; B.A. 1632-3; M.A. 1636. V. of Withernsea,

I634-7- V. of Lastingham, 1638-63. Father of the next and

brother of Tobias, 1645. (T. A. Walker, 39.)
CONYERS, LEONARD. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Sidney, Oct. 19,

1662. S. of Leonard (above), V. of Lastingham, Yorks.

B. there. School, Snetton (? Sneaton). Matric. 1663; B.A.

1666-7; M.A. 1670. Ord. deacon (York) 1667; priest, June,

1668. R. of Kirby Misperton, Yorks., 1670-1707.
CONYERS, NICHOLAS. Adm. sizar (age 17) at St John's,

May 3. 1692. S. of John, clerk. B. at York. Matric. 1692.

Probably same as the next.
CONYERS, NICHOLAS. Matric. sizar from Queens', Easter,

1693; B.A. 1693-4. Ord. deacon (Lincoln) Sept. 24, 1693.

CONYERS, NOAH. Matric. sizar from Magdalene, Easter,
1617; B.A. 16x9-30; M.A. 1623. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) Oct.
8; priest, Oct. 9, 1620. R. of Welby, Lines., 1629.

Cooke, Brian

CONYERS, RICHARD. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Peterhouse, June
1°. 1635. S. and h. of Sir John, of Durham, Bart. Bapt. at
Easington, Aug. io, 1617. Matric. 1635. Adm. at Gray's
Inn, Feb. 12, 1637-8. Died before 1664. Brother of Chris-
topher (1635). (T. A. Walker, 53; G.E.C.)

CONYERS, RICHARD. Adm. sizar (age 14) at Christ's, May 2,
1637. S. of George (1616), clerk. B. at Lastingham, Yorks.
School, Beverley. Matric. 1637; B.A. 1640-1. Migrated to
Peterhouse, Apr. 3, 1647. M.A. 1647. Perhaps R. of Cawston,
Norfolk, 1656. Died before Dec. 1661.

CONYERS, RICHARD. Adm. pens, at Jesus, July 2, 1742.

Of Helmsley, Yorks. Matric. 1742; Scholar; B.A. 1745-6;

M.A. 1749; LL.D. 1767. V. of Helmsley, Yorks., 1756-76.

R. of Kirby Misperton, 1763-68. V. of St Paul's, Deptford,

1775-86. Died Apr. 23, 1786, aged 62. Buried at Deptford.

(G. Mag.)

CONYERS, THOMAS. B.A. 1538-9; M.A. 1542. V. of Gt
Ashfield, Suffolk, 1557. Perhaps V. of Wenhaston, 1559-65.

CONYERS, THOMAS. Matric. pens, from St John's, Lent,

CONYERS, TOBIAS. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Peterhouse,
Oct. 18, 1645. Of Lastingham, Yorks. S. of Leonard, of
Wrelton, Yorks., clerk. School, Whidbyensi (? Whitby).
Matric. 1647; Scholar, 1647; B.A. 1649-50; M.A. 1660. Fellow,
1651; for a short time. Minister at St Ethelbert's, Bishops-
gate St, London. Ejected from St An tholin's, 1662. R. of St
Martin's, Micklegate, York, 1662-87. R. of Kirby Misperton,
1668-70. Preb. of York, 1670-87. R. of Methley, 1676-87.
Died Mar. 23, 1686-7, aged 58. M.I. at York. Brother of
Leonard (1629). (T. A. Walker, 83; Calamy, 1. 85; Drake's
York, 341.)

CONIERS, TRISTRAM. Matric. pens, from St John's, Michs.
1565. Perhaps s. of Anthony, of Yorks. Of Waltbamstow,
Essex, Esq. Died Nov. 19, 1619. Will (P.C.C.) 1620. (Vis.
of Essex; Vis. of Yorks., 1666.)

CONYERS, WILLIAM Matric. pens, from St John's, Michs.

CONYERS, WILLIAM. Matric. pens, from St John's, Michs.

1615; B.A. 1618-9. Perhaps of Walthamstow; Serjeant-at-

Law. Died 1659. (Essex Pedigrees.)

CONYERS, . B.Civ.L. 1477-8.

COO, see COE.

COOBE, . B.A. 1498-9.

COOCH, THOMAS. Adm. pens, (age 18) at St John's, June 28,

1745. S. of Thomas, gent., of Burnham, Essex. B. at

Bumham. School, Felsted. Matric. 1745; LL.B. 1751.

Adm. at the Middle Temple, Mar. 30, 1745. Ord. deacon

(Ely) Dec. 25, 1751. Perhaps of Maiden, Essex. Died Jan.

1788. (G.Mag.)
COODE, JOHN. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Sidney, June 20, 1642.

S. of John. B. at St Wen, Cornwall. School, Little Petherick.

Matric. 1642, as 'Goode.'
COOKE, see also COCK and COX.
COOKE, ALEXANDER. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Michs.

1631; B.A. 1635-6. Perhaps V. of Chislet, and of Reculver,

Kent. Died 1672. (J. E. B. Mayor.)
COOKE, ALEXANDER. Adm. pens, at Clare, May 26, 1714.

6th s. of Sir George (1679), Bart. B. at Wheatley, Don-
caster. Bapt. Feb. 15, 1696-7. Matric 1715; M.B. 1720.

Student at Leyden, Oct. 23, 1720. Of Ripon. Died Sept.

1757. Buried at Arksey. Brother of Bryan (1703) and

George (1705). (Hunter, S. Yorks., 1. 56.)
COOKE, ANDREW. Matric. sizar from St John's, c. 1593;

B.A. 1595-6; M.A. 1599; B.D. 1607. Bapt. at St Andrew's,

Canterbury, Dec 1, 1577. Ord. deacon (London) Aug. 24,

1598; priest, Jan. 18, 1600-1. V. of Mundon, Essex, 1604-33.

Died 1633.
COOKE, ANTHONY. Matric. Fell.-Com. from Pembroke, Easter,

1574. Perhaps s. of Richard, of Giddy Hall, Essex. Of

Giddy Hall. One of these names M.P. for Lymington, 1584;

for East Retford, 1592. Knighted, 1596. Died Dec. 28, 1604.

One of these names matric. from Christ Church, Oxford,

1574 (see Al. Oxon.). (Vis. of Essex, 1634.)
COOKE, ANTHONY. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Easter, 1620.
COOKE, AQUILA. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Easter, 1569.
COOKE, BENJAMIN. Adm. sizar (age 14) at Trinity, Mar. 29,

1676. S. of William, of Leicester. School, Leicester. Matric

1676; Scholar, 1679; B.A. 1679-80.
COOKE, BRIAN. 'Student at Cambridge four years' when B.A.

from University College, Oxford, 1596. Perhaps s. of Brian,

of Kirk Sandal. Of Doncaster, Esq. Mayor in 1630. J. P.

Died Dec. 26, 1653, aged 83. Will, P.C.C. Father of the

next. (Hunter, S. Yorks., 1. 55, 56.)


Cooke, Brian

COOKE, BRIAN. Adm. FelL-Com. (age 14) at Sidney, Apr. 21,
1634. S. of Brian (above), of Wheatley Hall, Doncaster.
School, Doncaster. Matric 1634; B.A. 1637-8. Adm. at
the Inner Temple, 1636. Barrister, 1645. Of Wheatley,
Esq. Buried at Doncaster, Jan. 5, 1660-1. M.I. there. Will
at York. (Hunter, S. Yorks.; Le Neve, Mo*., rv. 78; Vis. of
Yorks., 1666.)

COOK, BRYAN. Adm. Fell. -Com. at Clare, June 19, 1703.
S. of Sir George (1679). B. 1684, at Wheatley Hall, Doncaster.
M.P. for East Retford, Notts., 1710. Succeeded his father as
Baronet, 1732. Died Oct. 25, 1734. Brother of Alexander
(1714) and George (1705). (Hunter, S. Yorks., 1. 56; G.E.C.)

COOKE, BRIAN. Adm. pens, at Clare, Nov. 7, 1716. B. at
Owston, Yorks. Matric. 1716. Adm. at the Middle Temple,
May 19, 1726, as s. of Henry, Esq., of Owston, Yorks.
Recorder of Doncaster. Died unmarried, Oct. 25, 1754, aged
52. (Hunter, S. Yorks., 1. 58.)

COOK, CALEB. Adm. sizar at Emmanuel, June 1, 1682. Of
Derbyshire. One of these names V. of Milborn Port, Somerset.
R. of Goathill, 1695. Perhaps R. of Compton Abbas, Dorset,
1713. Died 1754. But see Al. Oxon. for others. (Hutchins,
hi. 536.)

COOKE, CHARLES. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Trinity, Mar. 22,
1676-7. S. of John. B. in London. School, St Paul's.

COOKE, CHRISTOPHER. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Caius, Apr. 29,
1625. S. of William, gent., of Linstead, Suffolk. School,
Halesworth. Matric. 1625. Of Broome, Norfolk, gent., in
1650. (Venn, 1. 270.)

COOK or COCKE, CHRISTOPHER. Adm. pens, (age 16) at
Caius, Mar. 24, 1640-1. S. of Robert, gent., of Fomcett,
Norfolk. B. there. School, Diss. Matric. 164 1; Scholar, 1642.

COOKE or COKE, CLEMENT. Matric. Fell. -Com. from Trinity,
Michs. 1608. Doubtless 6th s. of Sir Edward (1567), Lord
Chief Justice. B. at Huntingfield, 1594. Of the Inner Temple.
M.P. for Hedon and Clitheroe, 1614; for Dunwich, 1620;
for Aylesbury, 1625-9. Of Longford, Derbs. Died May 23,
1629. M.I. in the Temple Church, London. Brother of
Edward (1596), John (1606) and Henry (1607). (Carthew,
Hundred of Launditch, m. 109.)

COOKE, DANIEL. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Easter, 1603;
B.A. 1606^7; M.A. 1610. Ord. deacon (Peterb.) Jan. 7,
1610-1; priest, May 19, 1611.

COOKE, EDMUND. Adm. at King's (age 18) a scholar from

Eton, Aug. 23, 1558. Of Trusley, Derbs. Matric. 1558. Died

COOKE, EDMUND. Adm. pens, (age 16) at Caius, Jan. 17.

1598-9. S. of John, perfumer, of Norwich. School, Norwich.

Matric. 1598.
COOKE, EDMUND. Adm. at King's (age 15) a scholar from

Eton, Aug. 25, 1600. Of Pusey, Berks. B.A. 1604-5; M.A.

1608. Fellow, 1603-15. Incorp. at Oxford, 1608. 'Became

distracted; died on a sea voyage, 1619.' (Harwood.)

COOKE, EDMUND. Matric pens, from Corpus Christ!, Michs.
1637. Of Suffolk. B.A. 1640-1; M.A. 1644. R. of Nedging,
Suffolk, 1662.

COOKE, EDMUND. Matric Fell. -Com. (age 16) from Pembroke,
Lent, 1637-8. S. of Lambert, B. at Ash, Kent. Adm. at
Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 5, 1639, as 2nd s. of Lambert, of North
Cray, deceased. Will (P.C.C.) 1651. Brother of John (1635).
{Vis. of Kent, 1619.)

COKE, EDWARD. D.Can.L. 1454-5.

COOKE, EDWARD. M.A. 1564 (on Queen's visit). S. of Sir
Anthony, of Gidea Hall, Essex. Died young. {Cooper, 1.

COKE, EDWARD. Matric pens, from Trinity, Michs. 1567.
Said to have resided till 1571. M.A. 1597. S. of — , of
Mileham, Norfolk. B. there, Feb. 1, 1551-2. School, Norwich.
Adm. at Clifford's Inn, 1571; and at the Inner Temple, Apr.
24, 1571. Barrister, 1578. Bencher, 1590. Recorder of
Coventry, 1585; of Norwich, 1586; of London, 1592. Counsel
for the university, 1586. Solicitor-general, 1592. Attorney-
general, 1593. M.P. for Aldborough, Suffolk, 1588; for
Norfolk, 1592. Speaker, 1593. Knighted, 1603. Chief Justice
C.P. 1606; of the King's Bench, 1613-6. High Steward of
the University, 1615. Removed from the chief justiceship,
Nov. 10, 1616. M.P. for Liskeard, 1620; for Coventry,
1624; for Norfolk, 1625; and for Bucks., 1628. Retired to
Stoke Poges, Bucks., where be died Sept. 3, 1634. The
well-known author of the Reports and Institutes. Buried
at Tittleshall, Norfolk. Will, P.C.C. (D.N.B.)

COOKE, EDWARD. Matric pens, from Corpus Chbisti, Easter,
1587. Of Cambridgeshire. B.A. 1590-1.

COOKE, EDWARD. Matric. Fell. -Com. from St John's, Easter,

Cooke, Francis

COKE, EDWARD. Matric FelL-Com. from Trinity, c. 1596.
S. of Sir Edward (1567), Lord Chief Justice. B. at Hunting-
field, Suffolk (his mother'? home), Dec. 5, 1583. B.A. from
St Catharine's, 1600-1. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Nov.
1599- Brother of Clement (1608), Henry (1607) and John

COOKE, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Emmanuel, Oct 1599.
One of these names, s, of Sir Anthony, of Giddy Hall, Essex ,
Knt. Of Giddy Hall. Knighted, July 23, 1603. (Vis. of
Essex, 1634.)

COOKE, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Sidney, Oct. 22,
1630. S. of Edward, druggist. B. at Fenchurch, London.
Bapt. at St Dionis Backchurch, Nov. 14, 1613. School,
Braintree, Essex. Matric 1631; B.A. 1634-5; M.A. 1638;
M.D. 1643-4 (Incorp. from Padua). Will (P.C.C.) 1652; of
St Dionis. (J. Ch. Smith.)

COKE or COOKE, EDWARD. Matric. Fell.-Com. from Trinity,
Easter, 1631. Doubtless s. of John Coke, of Holkham, Nor-
folk. BaDt. there, Dec. 19, 1613. Died in London, 1658.
Buried at Holkham. Brother of Robert (1634) and John

COOKE, EDWARD. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Emmanuel, Feb. 9,
1638-9. S. of Sir Robert, Knt., of Highnam, Gloucester.
Adm. at the Middle Temple, Nov. 10, 1639.

COOKE or COOKES, EDWARD. B.A. from Trinity, 1641
(Incorp. from Oxford); M.A. (Camb.) 1641. Probably s. of
Thomas, of Oxford. Matric. from Magdalen Hall, Apr. 30,
1635; B.A. 1638-9: — or s. of Alexander, of Leeds. Matric.
from Magdalen College, Dec. 12, 1634, age 17; B.A. 1638.

COOKE, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Sidney, Sept. 12,
1644. S. of Allen, LL.D. B. at Cavan, Ireland. Schools,
Dublin and Merchant Taylors'. Matric. 1645. Of Trinity
College, Dublin; but entrance unrecorded. LL.D. there, 1661.
Master in Chancery. M.P. for Clogher, 1661. Called to the
Irish bar, June 8, 1666. Of Manor Hygate, Co. Fermanagh.
Buried at St Patrick's, Dublin, May, 1667. Father of Edward
(1677). (T. U. Sadleir.)

COOK, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, 1666. S.
and h. of William, Esq., of Highnam, Gloucs. Matric.
1667. Adm. at the Middle Temple, Nov. 20, 1668. Died
Dec. 14, 1724, aged 77.

COOKE, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Christ's, July n, 1677.
S. of Edward (1644). B. in Dublin. Educated at Trinity
College, Dublin. Adm. at the Middle Temple, May 14, 1680.
One Edward Cook, barrister-at-law of the Middle Temple,
died 1733. (G. Mag.)

COOKE, EDWARD. Adm. pens, at Trinity, Oct. 13, 1679 S.of
John. B. in London. School, Merchant Taylors'. Matric.
1680. 'A proctor of the Commons: drowned himself in the
Thames.' (Le Neve, Knights, 475.)

COKE, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Christ's, Dec a,
1709. Of Derbyshire. B. at Constantinople. School, Harrow.
Matric. 1709; Scholar, 1710-1; B.A. 1713-4. One of these
names, of Trusley, Derbs., adm. at Lincoln's Inn, 1718.

COOKE, EDWARD. Adm. at Corpus Christi, 1711. Of Essex.
Matric. 1712; B.A. 1714-5; M.A. 1721. Ord. deacon (London)
May 27, 1716; priest, June 16, 1717. V. of Potterspury,
Northants., 1722. R. of Cold Higham, 1729.

COOK, EDWARD. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Christ's, May 2,

1728. S. of Edward. B. at Newcastle-on-Tyne. Bapt. at

St John's, Feb. 27, 1710-1. School, Newcastle. Matric.

1728. Migrated to Trinity, Sept. 19, 1728. Scholar, 1730;

B.A. 1731-2. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Mar. 22, 1728-9.

Of Blackmoor, Woodhorn, Northumberland, Esq. Barrister

and antiquary. (Peile, 11. 216-7; H. M. Wood.)
COOKE, ERASMUS. Matric pens, from St John's, Easter,

1581; B.A. from Trinity, 1584-5. Of S. Elmham St James,

Suffolk. One of these names V. of St Michael's, St Albans,

1591-1607. (Vis. ofSuff., 1664.)
COOKE, FRANCIS. Matric. pens, from St John's, Michs. 1546;

B.A. 1551-2.
COOKE, FRANCIS. Matric. sizar from Trinity, Easter, 1574.
COOKE, FRANCIS. Matric. sizar from St John's, c. 1591;

B.A. 1594-5; M.A. 1599.
COOKE, FRANCIS. M.A. 1607 {fii. ««*•)• Perhaps knighted,

COOKE or COKE, FRANCIS. Matric pens, from St John's,

Easter, 161 6. Probably s. of Sir Francis, of Trusley, Derbs.

B.A. from St John's, 1619-20; M.A. from Christ's, 1623.

Fellow of Christ's, 1620-37. Taxor, 1629. Ord. deacon and

priest (Lichfield) May, 1621. R. of Yoxall, Staffs., 1637.

Precentor of Hereford, 1639. Archdeacon of Stafford, 1660-

82. Preb. of Lichfield, 1661-82. Died 1682. Buried at

Yoxall. (Peile, 1. 311.)


Cooke, Francis

COOKE, FRANCIS. Matric. Fell.-Com. from Corpus Christi,
Easter, 1632. Of Cambridgeshire. One of these names s. and
h. of Thomas, of Gt Chishall, Essex. {Vis. of Essex, 1634.)

COOKE, FRANCIS. Matric. pens, from St Catharine's, Michs.
1638. Of Norwich.

COOKE or COKE, GEORGE Matric pens, from St John's,
Michs. 1588. S. of Richard, of Trusley, Derbs. B. at Pinxton
Hall, Notts. B.A. 1592-3; M.A. 1596; D.D. 1630. Fellow of
Pembroke, 1597. Taxor, 1605. Ord. deacon and priest (Ely)
Nov. 30, 1602. R. of Bygrave, Herts., 1608-36. Preb. of
St Paul's, 1626. Bishop of Bristol, 1633. Bishop of Hereford,
1636. Ejected and imprisoned. Died at Quedgley, Gloucs.,
Dec. 10, 1646. Will (P.C.C.) 1647- Buried at Eardisley,
Herefs. M.I. in Hereford Cathedral. Brother of John (1576),
Philip (1587) and perhaps Thomas (1582). {D.N.B.; F.M.G.,

COOKE, GEORGE. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Caius, c. Mar. 1626.
S. of William, tailor, of S. Cave, Yorks. School, S. Cave.
Matric. 1626; B.A. 1629-30; M.A. 1633. Perhaps incorp. at
Oxford, Tuly 12, 1653, as Cocke. V. of Withernwick,
Yorks., 1639-69. Brother of Thomas (1629).

COOKE, GEORGE. Matric. pens, from St John's, Michs. 1626.
3rd s. of Thomas, of Pebmarsh and Yeldham, Essex, gent.
Influenced by Thomas Shepherd, of Earl's Colne, he went
with him to New England, in 1635. Officer in the Hon.
Artillery Co. of Boston. Deputy to the General Court of the
Massachusetts Colony, 1642-5. Speaker, 1645. Returned to
England, c. 1645. Colonel in Cromwell's Army. Took part in
the Conquest of Ireland. Slain near Dublin, 1652. (J. G.

COOKE, GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age 18) at Pembroke, June 30,
1648. S. of John, citizen of London.

COOK, GEORGE. Adm. Fell. -Com. at Clare, Apr. 21, 1679.
S. and h. of Sir Henry (1650), of Carlinghow, Yorks. Bapt.
at Doncaster, May 16, 1662. M.A. 1682 [Com. Reg.). Of
Wheatley Hall, Doncaster. Succeeded as Bart., 1689. M.P.
for Aldborough, Yorks., 1698. Died Oct. 18, 1732. Father
of George (1705), Alexander (1 714), Bryan (1703) and Henry
(1709). (Hunter, S. Yorks., 1. 56; Vis. of Yorks., 1666; G.E.C.)

COOK, GEORGE. Adm. pens, (age 17) at Jesus, Apr. 6, 1681.
Of Suffolk.

COOK, GEORGE. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Clare, June 20, 1705.
2nd s. of Sir George (1679), Bart., of Wheatley, Yorks.
B. at Wheatley Hall, Doncaster. Matric. 1706; B.A. 1708-9.
Adm. at the Middle Temple, May 14, 1709. Buried at Arksey,
Sept. 16, 1763. Brother of Alexander (1714), Bryan (1703)
and Henry (1709).

COOKE, HENRY. Matric. pens, from Trinity, Lent, 1564-5;
B.A. 1567-8.

COOKE (?), HENRY. Matric. sizar from St John's, c. 1593.

COOKE, HENRY. Scholar of Trinity, 1596. Matric. 1596;
B.A. 1596-7.

COKE or COOKE, HENRY. Adm. Fell. -Com. at Queens', Aug.
18, 1607. 5th s. of Sir Edward (1567), Lord Chief Justice,
of Suffolk. Of Thorington, Suffolk, Esq. Married Margaret,
dau. of Sir Richard Lovelace. M.P. for Chipping Wycombe,
1623-6; for Dunwich, 1640-2. Died 1661. Buried at Thoring-
ton, Nov. 19, 1661. Brother of Edward (1596), John
(1606) and Clement (1608). Father of Richard (1637) and
Roger (1639). (Vis. of Suff., 1664; Carthew, nv 109.)

COOK, HENRY. Adm. sizar at Sidney, Feb. 10, 1609-10. B. in
All Saints', Huntingdon. Matric. 1610; B.A. 1613-4; M.A.
1617. Ord. deacon (London) Dec. 23, 1621, age 26; priest
(York) June, 1623. Master of St John's Hospital; and R.
of All Hallows, Huntingdon. (Vis. of London, 1634.)

COOK, HENRY. Matric. pens, from Christ's, Dec 1615; B.A.
1617-8. Ord. deacon (York) 1620; priest (Peterb.) iter.
One of these names vacated South Scarle, Notts., before
May, 1627. Perhaps R. of Holme-Pierrepoint, Notts., 1629.
(PeUe, 1. 303.)

COOKE, HENRY. B.A. from Trinity Hall, 1623-4. Perhaps
ord. deacon (Norwich) Dec 19, 1624.

COOK, HENRY. Matric. sizar from Queens', Easter, 1631. Of
Suffolk. B.A. 1633-4; M.A. 1637. Ord. priest (Peterb.) Mar.
1, 1639-40. C. of Hingham, Norfolk, 1637.

COOKE, HENRY. Adm. pens, (age 14) at Magdalene, June 26,
1650. S. of Brian, of Doncaster, gent. School, Doncaster.
Matric. 1650; B.A. 1653-4. Student of the Inner Temple.
Married Diana, dau. of Anthony Butler, of Coates, Lines.
Of Carlinghow, Batley. Succeeded as 2nd Baronet, 1683.
Father of George (1679), and the next. Will proved (P.C.C.)
Dec. 4, 1693. (Vis. of Yorks., 1666; F. Cass, East Barnet, 26;

Cooke, John

COOKE, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Clare, Oct. 15, r68i. Of
Wheatley, Yorks. 3rd s. of Sir Henry (above). B. 1665.
Bapt. at Doncaster, June 9, 1665. Matric. 1681. Ancestor
of the Cookes of Owston. Died May 2, 1717, aged 51. Buried
at Doncaster. (Hunter, S. Yorks., 1. 58.)

COOKE HENRY. Adm. sizar (age 17) at Christ's, May 17,
1694. S. of John, of Aydon White House, Northumberland.
School, Sedbergh. Scholar, 1694-5; Matric. 1695; B.A.
1697-8; MA. 1 701. Fellow, 1701. Ord. deacon (London)
Dec. 24, 1699; priest, Sept. 21, 1701.

COOK, HENRY. Adm. Fell.-Com. (age 15) at Trinity, May 5,
1699. S. of Henry, of Bury St Edmunds. School, Kensington.

COOK, HENRY. Adm. pens, at Clare, Apr. 26, 1709. S. of
Sir George (1679). B. at Wheatley, Doncaster. Matric. 1709;
B.A. 1712-3; M.A. 1716. Fellow, 1718-22. Preb. of York,
1722-50. R. of Stokesley, Yorks., 1723-50. Preb. of Ripon,
1743-50. Preb. of Southwell. Died Apr. 1, 1750, aged
61. Buried at Southwell.

COOKE, HUMFREY. Adm. pens, at St Catharine's, June 24,

COOKE, JAMES. Matric. pens, from Clare, Easter, 1579.

COOKE, JAMES. LL.B. 1607 (Incorp. from Oxford). B. at
Chale, Isle of Wight. School, Winchester. Fellow of New
College, Oxford, 1592. B.C.L. 1597; D.C.L. 1608. R. of
Houghton, Hants., 1609. Chaplain to the Bishop of Win-
chester. Author. Died 1611. (Cooper, in. 39; D.N.B.)

COOKE, JAMES. Adm. sizar at Trinity, Oct. 7, 1649.

COOKE, JAMES. Adm. Fell.-Com. at Christ's, Sept. 29, 1708.
S. of James, merchant, of London. B. there. School, Eton.
Adm. at the Inner Temple, Oct. 21, 1708. One of these
names M.P. for Tregony, 1722.

COOKE or COKE, JOHN. Scholar at King's Hall, 1404.
'Bachelor' in 1409. Left, 1414. Probably minor canon of
St Paul's, 1426-42. Died 1442.

COKE, JOHN. Fellow of St Catharine's, 1470-80. Doubtless
of Leicestershire. B.A. 1461-2; M.A. 1465.

COKE, JOHN. Scholar of Clare (age 14) 1468. Perhaps B.A.
1472-3; M.A. 1476.

COOK, JOHN. B.Can.L. 1493-4. R. of Lower Rickinghall,
Suffolk, 1503-5; B.C.L. R. of Wortham Everard, 1505-7.

COOK, COKKE or COCKS, JOHN. B.A. 1508-9; M.A. 1512.
Fellow of Queens', 1510-22. Probably B.D. 1518-9; D.D.
1521-2. University preacher.

COKE, COCKE or COCKS, JOHN. Adm. at King's (age 18) a
scholar from Eton, Apr. 16, 1509. B. at 'Braystan,' Norfolk.
B.A. 1513-4; M.A. 1517; B.D. 1519-20. Fellow, 1512-22.
Proctor, 1518-9. Ord. priest (Ely) 1516. R. of Colteshall,
Norfolk, 1522-56. R. of Horstead, 1554.

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