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'Cabell-Chafe', Alumni Oxonienses 1500-1714 (1891), pp. 228-254. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=117050 Date accessed: 16 September 2014.


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Cabell-Chafe

Cabell, John (Cabull)Dominican, student at Oxford and Louvaine; B.D. (sup. 27 June) 1524, D.D. (sup. Jan. or Feb.) 1525-6, Cistercian abbot of Newenham, Devon. See Fasti, i. 71; & O.H.S. i. 134, 142.
Cable, JohnB.A. from Jesus Coll, Cambridge, 1613, M.A. 1616, incorp. 9 July, 1616, vicar of Saleby, co. Lincoln, 1618. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cabell, Johnpleb. University Coll., matric. 31 July, 1658 (called Capell in Mat. Reg.).
Cabell, Richardof Devon, pleb. Exeter Coll., matric. 12 Dec., 1600, aged 18; a student of the Middle Temple in 1604, as son and heir of Richard, of Buckfastleigh, Devon, gent. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Cable, Richards. Richard, of Buckfastleigh, Devon, arm. Balliol Coll., matric. 15 Nov., 1639, aged 17; of the Middle Temple 1649, one of these names rector of Haltham-upon-Bain, co. Lincoln, 1658. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Inns of Court Reg. [5]
Cable, Williamof Somerset, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 9 Nov., 1582, aged 15; called Cabell in Mat. Reg.
Cacott, Johns. John, of Sundrich, Kent, pleb. Jesus Coll., matric. 25 Jan., 1627-8, aged 17; one of these names rector of Corringham, Essex, 1660. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cadbury, Georgepleb. Lincoln Coll., subscribed 21 March, 1650-1, B.A. 12 July, 1653; M.A. from All Souls' Coll. 19 July, 1656.
Cadbury, Simonof Devon, pleb. All Souls' Coll., matric. 16 June, 1610, aged 18; B.A. from Corpus Christi Coll. 11 Nov., 1612, M.A. 6 July, 1615.
Cade, Antonyson of John, of Elston (Alestone in Sherwood), Notts, 'mediocris fortunæ,' admitted sizar Caius Coll., Cambridge, 9 Feb., 1580-1, aged 16, B.A. 1584; incorp. as M.A. 14 June, 1607, rector of Alexton, co. Leicester, 1597, vicar of Billesdon, co. Leicester, 1599, and rector of Grafton Underwood, Northants, 1621. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus; Venn, 50; & Fasti, i. 323. [10]
Cade, Henrypleb. Lincoln Coll., matric. 26 Oct., 1638, aged 15.
Cade, Johnof Christ Church 1550; B.A. 1 Dec., 1553.
Cade, Johndemy Magdalen Coll. 1548, B.A. 4 July, 1554, M.A. 20 June, 1558, fellow 1554, until his death in 1559. See Bloxam, iv. 135.
Cade, Johnof Devon, pleb. Broadgates Hall, matric. 25 Feb., 1585-6, aged 17; baptized at Barnstaple 19 June, 1568, as son of Roger Cade of that place, and buried there 14 April, 1588. See Vivian's Devon Visitations.
Cade, Johnof Herts, gent. Trinity Coll., matric. 26 June, 1590, aged 14. See William 1579. [15]
Cade, Johns. William, of Hill Farance, Somerset, pleb. Lincoln Coll., matric. 5 April, 1639, aged 17.
Cade, Josephs. George, of Dartmouth, Devon, pleb, Exeter Coll., matric. 9 Sept., 1634, aged 18.
Cade, 'Salusbury,'s. Nath., of Camberwell, Surrey, gent. Trinity Coll., matric. 5 July, 1678, aged 17; B.A. 1681, M.A. 1684, B.Med. 1687, D.Med. 1691, practiced at Greenwich, fellow of College of Physicians 1694, physician to St. Bartholomew's Hospital 1708, and died 22 Dec., 1720, father of the next named. See D.N.B. & Munk's Roll., i. 510.
Cade, 'Salusbury,'s. S(alusbury), of Greenwich, Doctoris. Christ Church, matric. 4 June, 1714, aged 17; B.A. 1718, M.A. 1721, student 1714, from Westminster School 1714, paymaster of the band of gentlemen pensioners. See Alumni West., 263.
Cade, Thomasof Somerset, pleb. St. Alban Hall, matric. 5 June, 1618, aged 18; B.A. 25 Oct., 1621, M.A. 2 June, 1624, vicar of Llanwenog, co. Cardigan, 1638, and rector of Trimley St. Mary, Suffolk, 1665. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [20]
Cade, Thomass. Th., of Birmingham, co. Warwick, paup. Lincoln Coll., matric. 4 Nov., 1687, aged 18; B.A. 1691, rector of Thurnscoe, Yorks, 1714. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cade, Williamof Somerset, pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric.-entry under date 20 July, 1578, aged 20, B.A. 16 July, 1580; chaplain Corpus Christi Coll. 15 March, 1579-80, M.A. 29 May, 1583, rector of Lillingston Dayrell, Bucks, 1584. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cade, Williamof Herts, arm. Magdalen Coll., matric.-entry under date 9 Dec., 1579, aged 17; of Gray's Inn 1583 (as son and heir of John, of Aldenham, Herts), perhaps of King's Langley, and knighted 4 Sept., 1617. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.
Cade, Williams. Thomas, of London, pleb., p.p. Christ Church, matric. 15 Dec., 1665, aged 13; B.A. 1669, M.A. 1672 (incorp. at Cambridge 1681), B.D. 1681, rector of Cassington, Oxon, 1674, of Addington, Kent, 1680, and of Brook, Kent, 1682-1722, licenced 23 April, 1679, to marry Mrs. Elizabeth Pearce, of Amen Corner, London, widow. See Fasti, ii. 380; & Marriage Licences, ed. Foster.
Cadenham, Johnof Wilts, arm. Wadham Coll., matric. 16 Dec., 1713, aged 17. [25]
Caderne, Thomas (Cadarn)B.A. 4 Feb. 1540-1.
Cadle, Williams. Thomas, of Bristol, co. Gloucester. Wadham Coll., matric. 2 Dec., 1634, aged 18.
Cadman, John'serviens.' Christ Church, matric. 20 July, 1654; B.A. 9 March, 1657-8, rector of Banham, Norfolk, 26 June, 1645 (sequestered from his father Robert), re-instituted in 1651 and 1660, and rector of Tinghurst alias Fingest, Bucks, 1667. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Add. MS., 15,669, pp. 118,122.
Cadogan, Thomass. Alexander, of Llangattock, co. Monmouth, pleb. Jesus Coll., matric. 22 Oct., 1628, aged 20; B.A. 24 Oct., 1628.
Cadonne, Richardfellow New Coll. 1562-70, as 'Camden' from Childrey, Berks, B.C.L. 10 Feb., 1569-70. See O.H.S., i.
Cadvor, John (or Cadware)chaplain; B.A. 21 July, 1541, M.A. 20 June, 1543.
Cady, Thomass. John, of Holborn, London, Middlesex, pleb. Oriel Coll., matric. 10 Feb., 1625-6, aged 18; B.A. 1 April, 1628, as John.
Cæsar, Augustinof Kent, pleb. Gloucester Hall, matric. 30 Oct., 1618, aged 16; B.A. 30 Jan., 1621-2, D.Med. 10 Aug., 1660 (son of Martin), of Rochester, buried in Rochester Cathedral 1677, aged 75. [5]
Cæsar, Augustusof Southants, equitis fil. St. Edmund Hall, matric. 23 Oct., 1612, aged 14; a student of the Inner Temple 1610 (as 2nd son of Sir Thomas, a baron of the Exchequer), died unmarried. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Cæsar, Charlesof London, gent. Magdalen Hall, matric.-entry under date 20 Dec., 1577, aged 16; 'an eminent soldier,' brother of Julius 1575.
Cæsar, (Sir) Charles(3s. Julius) 'Doctoris et Judicis de Admiralt.' Magdalen Coll., matric. 23 April, 1602, aged 12, B.A. 24 April, 1605; M.A. from All Souls' Coll. 20 Jan., 1607-8, B.C.L. 4 Nov., 1608 (incorp. at Cambridge 1609), D.C.L. 10 Dec., 1612, a student of the Inner Temple 1611, a master in Chancery 1615-39, knighted at Theobald's 9 Oct., 1613, M.P. Weymouth and Melcombe Regis 1614, judge of the Court of Audience, and master of the faculties, master of the Rolls 1639, born 27 Jan., 1589, died 6 Dec., 1642. See Foss; D.N.B.; & Fasti, i. 348.
Cæsar, (Sir) CharlesM.A. from Catherine Hall., Cambridge, per Literas Regias 1669, incorp. 11 June, 1671; of Bennington Place, Herts (son and heir of Sir Henry, of Bennington), born 22 Feb., 1652-3, knighted at Oxford 4 Oct., 1671, M.P. Hertford 1678-9, Herts 1679-81, 1689-90, died 13 Aug., 1694. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. & Parliamentary Dictionary.
Cæsar, HenryB.D. from Balliol Coll. 13 July, 1593, D.D. from St. Edmund Hall 6 Nov., 1595 (3rd son of Cæsar Dalmarius or Adelmare), vicar of St. Christopher-le-Stocks 1596, rector of Somersham, Hants, 1597, canon of Westminster 1609, rector of Bennington, Herts, 1616, dean of Ely 1614, until his death 27 June, 1636, aged 72. See Fasti, i. 270; D.N.B.; & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [10]
Cæsar, (Sir) Johnsubscribed 26 Feb., 1612-13, of Hyde Hall, Herts (son of Sir Julius), knighted in Scotland 20 June, 1617, a student of the Inner Temple 1613, born 20 Oct., 1597, died 23 May, 1647, brother of Charles 1602.
Cæsar, John James(Borussiæ Regi a Sacris Domesticus); created D.D. 14 Jan. 1715-16, chaplain to the Prussian Legation or Minister. See Rawlinson, iii. 309.
Cæsar, (Sir) Juliusof Middlesex, gent. Magdalen Hall, matric.-entry under date 10 Jan., 1574-5, aged 16; B.A. 17 May, 1575, M.A. 18 Feb., 1577-8, D.C.L. 5 March, 1583-4 (LL.B. & LL.D. Paris 22 April, 1581), (J.C. alias Dalmarius or Adelmare, son of Cæsar Dalmarius or Adelmare, 'nobilis,' of Treviso in Italy), bencher of the Inner Temple 1590, treasurer 1593-4, judge of the Admiralty Court 1584, master in Chancery 1588, master extraordinary of Court of Requests 1591, knighted 20 May, 1603, chancellor and under-treasurer of the Exchequer 1606, P.C. 1607, master of the Rolls 1614-39, M.P. Reigate 1588-9, Blechingley 1593, New Windsor 1597-8 and 1601, Westminster circa 1607-11, Middlesex 1614, Maldon 1621-2, died 18 April, 1636, aged 79, buried at Great St. Helen's, Bishopsgate. See O.H.S., x. 378; Fasti, i. 224; D.N.B.; & Foster's Parliamentary Dictionary.
Cæsar, Julius'Doctoris et Judicis de Admiralt.,' fil. Magdalen Coll., matric. 23 April, 1602, aged 14; of the Inner Temple 1603, as son of Julius last named, born 14 Feb., 1587, died in Italy 8 Jan., 1607. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Cæsar, Roberts. Sir Julius, privy councillor of James I. Queen's Coll., matric. 26 Jan., 1615-16, aged 13; B.A. 15 Oct., 1618, bar.-at law, Inner Temple, 1622, clerk of the petty bag 1628-36, one of the six clerks in Chancery 1636-7, M.P. Bodmin 1625, and Ilchester March to June 1626, born 9 Oct., 1602, died 27 Oct., 1637, brother of Charles 1602, and Thomas 1616. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Cæsar, Thomasof London, 'eq. fil.' St. Edmund Hall, matric. 23 Oct., 1612, aged 15; of the Inner Temple 1610 (as son and heir of Sir Thomas, late a baron of the Exchequer, deceased), living in 1619, brother of Augustus same date. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. [16]
Cæsar, Thomass. Sir Julius, privy councillor of James I. Queen's Coll., matric. 26 Jan., 1615-16, aged 15; B.A. 15 Oct., 1618, (incorp. at Cambridge 1619), M.A. from All Souls' Coll. 1 June, 1621, of the Inner Temple 1616 (as son of Sir Julius), rector of Llanrhuddlad in Anglesey 1627, died unmarried 1633, brother of Robert 1616, and of Charles 1602. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. & Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cæserson, John (Ceserson)of London, pleb. Trinity Coll., matric.-entry under date 20 Sept., 1574, aged 16; 'Dial. Mro. Hindmer tutori.'
Cage, Johnof London, arm. Hart Hall, matric. 22 Jan., 1618-19, aged 16; a student of Lincoln's Inn 1621, as 2nd son of Nicholas, gent., of London, deceased, brother of Tobias 1618. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Cage, Lewiss. William, of 'Bearsted,' Kent, arm. Pembroke Coll., matric. 10 Nov., 1713, aged 16; B.A. 21 Feb., 1717-18, brother of William 1712.
Cage, Thomasarm. Oriel Coll., matric. 29 Oct., 1657, perhaps half brother of William 1650. [21]
Cage, (Sir) Tobiasof London. Hart Hall, matric. 15 May, 1618, aged 16 (as arm.); B.A. 16 Nov., 1620, of Gales, parish of Woodford, Essex, 1634, a student of Gray's Inn 1621 (as son and heir of Nicholas, of London, arm.), knighted at Whitehall 21 April, 1627, buried at Burnham, Bucks, 24 Oct., 1661. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.
Cage, (Sir) WilliamQueen's Coll., matric. 18 Nov., 1650 (as arm.), a student of Lincoln's Inn 1651 (as son and heir of William, of Milgate, Kent, esq.), called a knight in Berry's Kent, 273. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Cage, Williams. William, of 'Barcsted,' Kent, arm. Pembroke Coll., matric. 28 May, 1712, aged 16; a student of Lincoln's Inn 1713, brother of Lewis 1713. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
CaiusSee Kay & Key. [25]
Cake, Williamof Devon, pleb. Exeter Coll., matric. 13 Dec., 1615, aged 18; B.A. from Gloucester Hall 18 June, 1619, M.A. 1 June, 1622.
Calamy, Edmundadm. scholar of Pembroke Hall., Cambridge, 4 July, 1616; B.A. 1619, 'tanquam socius' 1626, B.D. 1632, incorp. July, 1639, (son of George, of St. Thomas Apostle), baptized there 24 Feb., 1599-1600, entered at Merchant Taylors' school in 1613, an eminent nonconformist and a member of the Westminster assembly of divines, vicar of Swaffham Priory St. Mary, Cambridge, 1626, lecturer of Bury St. Edmund, Suffolk, rector of Rochford, Essex, 1637-9, of St. Mary Aldermanbury, 1639, ejected for nonconformity 1662, and committed to Newgate, chaplain to the King 1660, died at Enfield 29 Oct., 1666, buried 7 Nov. in the ground of his late parish. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus; Robinson, i. 77; Calamy, i. 76; D.N.B.; & Fasti, i. 511.
Calcot, AntonyB.A. from Brasenose Coll. 15 Feb., 1576-7, M.A. 26 June, 1581, rector of Astbury, Cheshire, 1588. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Calcot, Johnof Cheshire, gent. Brasenose Coll., matric.-entry under date 20 July, 1578, aged 17.
Calcott, Randles. Thomas, of Calcott, co. Chester, pleb. Magdalen Hall., matric. 16 April, 1624, aged 18; B.A. 7 July, 1625, M.A. 13 May, 1628, query created D.D. 12 April, 1648, as Caldicott; see below.
Calcot, Richards. Henry, of Ford, Salop, sacerd. Merton Coll., matric. 24 Oct., 1628, aged 18; B.A. 10 Feb., 1628-9 (? M.A. from Hart Hall 11 June, 1634, as John).
Calcot, Robert (Caulcotte or Caucott)demy of Magdalen Coll., 1560-6; B.A. (sup. 9 March) 1565-6. See Bloxam, iv. 161.
Calcott, Thomasof Oxon, pleb. Broadgates Hall, matric. 27 June, 1617, aged 21; B.A. 24 Nov., 1617.
Calcraft, Richards. R., of Grantham, co. Lincoln, pleb. Magdalen Coll., matric. 22 March, 1672-3, aged 15; B.A. 1676. [6]
Caldicott, (—)created D.D. 12 April, 1648; Randle Caldecott, D.D., instituted to rectory of Hayes, Middlesex, 1 June, 1664, father of Philip, 1676. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Caldecutt, Johns. William, of co. Chester, gent. Oriel Coll., matric. 18 March, 1669-70, aged 17, B.A. 1673; fellow Brasenose Coll., M.A. 3 June, 1676, died at Oxford 26 Nov., 1676. See Gutch, i. 378.
Caldecott, Mathias (Calldicott)s. Clement, of Withyham, Sussex, gent. Oriel Coll., matric. 28 May, 1639, aged 17, student of the Inner Temple 1643. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Caldecott, Philips. Randle, of Bishops Stoke, Wilts, s.t.d. Brasenose Coll., matric. 2 March, 1675-6, aged 17; of Lincoln's Inn 1677, licenced 16 May, 1679, to marry Henrietta Eyre, of St. Bride's, London, spinster. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. [10]
Caldicott, Williams. Henry, of Hereford (city), p.p. Brasenose Coll., matric. 15 Nov., 1667, aged 17; B.A. 1671, rector of Turnaston, and vicar of Vowchurch, 1672, vicar of Bodenham 1677, all co. Hereford. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Caldey, JohnB.A. 27 June 1531.
CaldwallSee also Caudwell.
Caldwall, Ambroses. John, of Dudlee, Salop, pleb. Balliol Coll., matric. 21 Oct., 1708, aged 17.
Caldwell, Edwardof Christ Church, 1555; B.A. 1 July, 1560. [15]
Caldwall, Edwards. E., of Dudlick, Salop, pleb. Madgalen Hall, matric. 20 Nov., 1668, aged 17; B.A. 1672, vicar of Stottesdon, Salop, 1675, father of the next named. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Caldwall, Edwards. E(dward), of Stodesdon, Salop, gent. Pembroke Coll., matric. 2 March, 1698-9, aged 17.
Caldwell, Richard (Cauldwell or Calwale)'a Staffordshire man born'), of Brasenose Coll., circa. 1530; B.A. 20 July, 1533, fellow. M.A. 12 March, 1538-9, a senior student of Christ Church 1547, B.Med., and admitted to practice 9 March, 1554-5, D.Med. 29 July, 1555, fellow of College of Physicians 1559, president 1570, buried in St. Benet's Paul's Wharf, 1584. See Ath. Ox., i. 510; Munk's Roll, 59; & D.N.B.
Caldwall, Richardof co. Stafford, pleb. Merton Coll., matric. 24 Oct., 1600, aged 15; B.A. 1 March, 1605-6, M.A. from Balliol Coll. 4 July, 1610, then in orders, rector of Normanton on Soar, Notts, 1628. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Caldwall, Thomas'serv. D. James.' Christ Church, matric. 18 Oct., 1584; called Cawdwell in Mat. Reg. [20]
Caldwell, Thomass. Thomas, of Wandsworth, Surrey, gent., admitted to St. John's Coll., Cambridge, 19 May, 1634, aged 17; B.A. from Magdalen Hall 6 March, 1640-1. See Mayor, 17.
Caldwall, Williamof co. Stafford, pleb. University Coll., matric. 23 July, 1596, aged 17; B.A. 13 Nov., 1598.
Caldwell, WilliamB.A. from New Inn Hall 17 Dec., 1654, M.A. 8 June, 1657, see also Caudwell.
Caldwell, Williams. William, p.p. Christ Church, matric. 22 May, 1667, aged 16; B.A. 18 Jan., 1670-1, vicar of Milwich, co. Stafford, 1673, and of Sandon, co. Stafford, 1681. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Caldwell, WilliamChrist Church 1680. See Caudwell. [25]
Cale, Edmunds. Weeley, of Storrington, Sussex, cler. New Coll., matric. 7 May, 1706, aged 18; B.A. 2 March, 1709-10, vicar of Ludham, Norfolk, 1718, and of Potter Heigham, Norfolk, 1718, brother of William 1713. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cale, Gilberts. Thomas, of Bristol, pleb. Wadham Coll., matric. 29 Nov., 1678, aged 17; scholar 1677, born in the parish of Christ Church, Bristol. See Gardiner, 314.
Cale, Peter (Calle)s. Sam., of Exeter, pleb. Exeter Coll., matric. 14 March, 1667-8, aged 17; B.A. from Wadham Coll. 1671.
Cale, Weeleys. William, of Hamden, co. Gloucester, pleb. New Coll., matric. 16 Dec., 1670, aged 15; B.A. 1680, M.A. 14 Jan., 1683-4, rector of Broughton, Oxon, 1685, canon of Chichester 1692, and rector of Storrington, Sussex, 1692, father of Edmund 1706, and of the next named. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cale, Williams. Weeley, of Storrington, Sussex, cler. New Coll., matric. 9 Dec., 1713, aged 19; brother of Edmund 1706. [30]
Calendar, DanielM.A. from St. Andrew's University, incorp. 21 Oct., 1605.
Calendrinus, Cæsarof Exeter Coll., B.D. 18 July, 1620, rector of Stapleford Abbots, Essex, 1620. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Fasti, i. 393.
Caley, JohnM.A., principal of Magdalen Hall 1511-26.
Calf hill, See also Caulfeildpage 251.
Calf hill, James (CalfillCalfeld, or Calfide), 5 years at Eton, thence to Cambridge, student of Christ Church 1548, B.A. (sup.) 1548-9, M.A. (sup.) 1551-2, B.D. 12 Dec., 1561, canon of Christ Church 1561, Margaret professor of divinity 1564-5, D.D. 18 Feb., 1565-6, rector of West Horsley, Surrey, 1559, and of St. Andrew Wardrobe, London, 1562, canon and penitentiary of St. Paul's, etc., 1562, rector of West Horsley, Surrey, 1568, rector or dean of Bocking, Essex, 1565, archdeacon of Colchester 1565, until his death 20 Aug., 1570, buried at Bocking on the 22nd according to the register. See Cooper, i. 285; Ath., i. 377; D.N.B.; & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [35]
Calf hill, Jamesof Middlesex, pleb. Christ Church, matric. 20 Nov., 1581, aged 16; B.A. 5 Feb., 1583-4, M.A. 22 June, 1587, vicar of Durham St. Oswald 1593. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Calf hill, Johnof Essex, pleb. Christ Church, matric. 23 April, 1586, aged 18; (called Calfield in Mat. Reg.) student 1585 (from Westminster School), B.A. 3 June, 1589, M.A. 24 April, 1592, rector of Redmarshal, co. Durham, 1599, canon of Durham 1607, until his death in 1619. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Alumni West., 59.
Calkin, Williams. William, of Waberton, Cheshire, pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric. 23 March, 1701-2, aged 17; B.A. 1705.
Calladon, TheodoreD.Med. by diploma 20 Dec., 1670. See Colladon.
Callaghan, Denis (Calakan)B.C.L. & B.Can.L. 30 June, 1505. [40]
Callaway, Richards. Thomas, of Chichester, Sussex, sacerd. Magdalen Hall, matric. 27 June, 1634, aged 17; B.A. 15 Oct., 1636, M.A. 15 June, 1639.
Calliopius, (Archdeacon of Thrace)created M.A. 1 Sept., 1701 (Cat. Grads.).
Callis, Abels. Robert, of Letcomb Bassett, Berks, sacerd. St. Mary Hall, matric. 4 April, 1623, aged 16, B.A. from St. Alban Hall 8 Feb., 1625-6; M.A. from St. Mary Hall 7 July, 1629.
Callis, Joelof Berks, 'cler. fil.' Magdalen Hall, matric. 28 April, 1615, aged 18; B.A. 29 Oct., 1618, M.A. 20 April, 1624.
Callis, Nathanielof Berks, 'cler. fil.' Magdalen Hall, matric. 15 Feb., 1621-2, aged 19, B.A. 18 June, 1623; clerk of Magdalen Coll. 1624-31, M.A. 27 June, 1626. See Bloxam, ii. 58.
Callis, Robertof Oxon, pleb. Christ Church, matric. 23 Nov., 1581, aged 19; B.A. 19 Feb., 1584-5, rector of Letcombe Bassett, Berks, 1589, until his death, buried there 5 Dec., 1636, probably father of all of his name here mentioned. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Callis, Samuelof Berks, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 4 Dec., 1607, aged 16; B.A. 27 June, 1611, M.A. 8 May, 1618. [5]
Callow, Benjaminpleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 31 July, 1658; B.A. 1661, vicar of Lower Swell and rector of Stow-on-the-Wold, co. Gloucester, 1673 father of Benjamin and Joseph. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Callow, Benjamins. B(enjamin), of Stow-on-the-Wold, co. Gloucester, cler. Pembroke Coll., matric. 25 Jan., 1686-7, aged 17; B.A. 9 March, 1690-1, brother of Joseph 1699.
Callowe, Bridgman (Calloway)of New Inn Hall 1648, submitted to the visitors; father of Richard 1678, and William 1682. See Burrows, 38.
Callowe, Johns. James, of Bromesgrove, co. Worcester, pleb. Pembroke Coll., matric. 18 March, 1677-8, aged 18; B.A. 1681, rector of Little Somerford, Wilts, 1693. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Callow, Josephs. Benjamin, of Stow, co. Gloucester, cler. Gloucester Hall, matric. 18 Feb., 1698-9, aged 18; B.A. 1702, vicar of Stanway, co. Gloucester, 1706, brother of Benjamin 1687. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [10]
Callowe, Richards. Bridgeman, of Collingbourn, Wilts, gent. Hart Hall, matric. 29 Oct., 1678, aged 18; perhaps brother of William 1682.
Callow, William (Calow)B.A. (sup. 20 June) 1515.
Callow, William (Calowe)of co. Gloucester, gent. Hart Hall, matric. 1 Feb., 1604-5, aged 19; of Micheldeane, co. Gloucester, son of Anthony.
Callowe, Williamof co. Warwick, gent.; privilegiatus 12 May, 1609, aged 21.
Callowe, Williamof co. Worcester, pleb. Balliol Coll., matric. 23 Nov., 1610, aged 16; of Middle Temple 1611, as son and heir of William, of Bythampton, co. Worcester, gent. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. [15]
Callowe, Williams. G. (? 'Gul.'), of London, gent. University Coll., matric. 21 Oct., 1681, aged 18.
Callow, Williams. Bridgeman, of Kimpton, Hants, gent. Hart Hall, matric. 9 March, 1681-2, aged 17; of the Inner Temple 1683, perhaps brother of Richard 1678. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Callowhill, Miless. Miles, of Bristol (city), gent. St. John's Coll., matric. 12 May, 1637, aged 16.
CallySee also Cale.
Calley, John (or Collay)secular chaplain and B.A. (disp. 28 June) 1530. [20]
Cally, Williams. William, of Burdrop, Wilts, arm. Magdalen Coll., matric. 19 March, 1640-1, aged 15.
Calmady, Franciss. Fr(ancis), of Stoke Climsland, Cornwall, arm. Exeter Coll., matric. 31 March, 1685, aged 18; of Combeshead, Cornwall, admitted to the Inner Temple 1683, buried at Stoke Climsland 1 Feb., 1747. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Calmadye, Johnof Devon, gent. Exeter Coll., matric. 14 May, 1590, aged 15 (or 18); of Saltash, admitted to the Middle Temple 1594 (as 3rd son of Vincent, of Wembury, Devon, deceased), died in 1632, brother of the last named. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Calmadye, Josiasof Devon, gent. Hart Hall, matric-entry under date 20 May, 1580, aged 15; of Langdon, Devon, admitted to the Middle Temple 1584 (as son and heir of Vincent, of Wembury, Devon), died 12 Dec., 1611. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Calmady, Josias3s. Shilston, of Bridstow, Devon, militis. Exeter Coll., matric. 9 Feb., 1637-8, aged 17; of Langdon, Devon, admitted to the Middle Temple 1640, M.P. Oakhampton 1660, buried 16 March, 1682-3. See Foster's Parliamentary Dictionary. [25]
Calmady, Josiass. Shilstone, of Bridstow, Devon, gent. Trinity Coll., matric. 5 May, 1668, aged 16; of Leawood and Langdon, Devon, sheriff 1688 & 1692, bar.-at-law, Inner Temple, 1676, M.P. Oakhampton 1678-9 & 1679-81, his will proved 20 Nov., 1714. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Calmady, Josiass. J(osias), of Wembury, Devon, arm. New Coll., matric. 7 Nov., 1700, aged 15; died at Oxford 25 Oct., 1701, aged 17, brother of Shilston 1705, and of Waldo. See Gutch, i. 222.
Calmady, Shilston2s. Shilston, of Leawood, Devon, equitis. Exeter Coll., matric. 12 July, 1639, aged 16; of Leawood, Devon, admitted to the Middle Temple 1641, died in 1688, father of Josias 1668. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Calmady, Shilstons. Jos(ias), of Wembury, Devon, arm. Corpus Christi Coll., matric. 13 March, 1704-5, aged 17; of Langdon, Devon, bar.-at-law, Inner Temple, 1712, M.P. Saltash 1715-22, buried 8 Jan., 1730-1, at Wembury, brother of Josias 1700, and of Waldo next named. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Calmady, Waldos. 'Josias,' of Wembury, Devon, arm. Christ Church, matric. 20 May, 1708, aged 18; of Langdon, Devon, sheriff 1735, admitted to the Inner Temple 1711, buried 4 Dec., 1755. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. [30]
Calthorpe, Jamess. James, of Ampton, Suffolk, arm. Queen's Coll., matric. 10 April, 1668, aged 16; a student of the Middle Temple 1668. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Calverley, (Sir) George (Caulveley)of co. Chester. Brasenose Coll., matric. 10 Oct., 1594, aged 18 (as arm.); a student of the Inner Temple 1597, as of Lea Hall, Cheshire (son of Hugh), knighted 23 Aug., 1617, died 19 Jan., 1619, brother of Hugh same date, and father of Hugh 1631, and of Richard 1635. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Calverly, Henryof co. York, esq. (2nd son). Lincoln Coll., matric. 16 Nov., 1621, aged 17; a student of Gray's Inn 1623 (as son and heir of Walter, of Calverley, Yorks, deceased), compounded for his loyalty, born 21 Sept., 1604, buried at Calverley 2 Jan., 1651. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.
Calverley, Henrygent. Queen's Coll., matric. 25 July, 1655; bar.-at law, Middle Temple, 1664, having migrated from Gray's Inn 1659 (and 2nd son of John, of Eryholme, co. Durham, esq.), and if so knighted 24 Dec., 1675, M.P. Northallerton 1678-9-81, and died in Paris 14 June, 1684, brother of John same date. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Calverley, Hugh (Caulveley)of co. Chester, arm. Brasenose Coll., matric. 10 Oct., 1594, aged 16; a student of the Inner Temple 1597, as of Lea Hall, Cheshire (son of Hugh), M.P. Liverpool 1601, brother of George same date. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. [35]
Calverley, (Sir) Hugh (Caulveley)s. George, of Legh Offord, Cheshire, militis. Brasenose Coll., matric. 9 Dec., 1631, aged 18; of Lea Hall, Cheshire, high sheriff, knighted 25 Sept., 1642, died 4 April, 1648, brother of Richard 1635. See Ormerod's Cheshire, ii. 420.
Calverley, Johnfellow of All Souls' Coll., B.C.L. 26 June, 1555 (son of Sir Walter Calverley), rector of Stone, Kent, 1559, of Beckenham, Kent, 1561, and of Cliffe at Hoo 1572, archdeacon of Rochester 1574, until his death 1576. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus; Yorkshire Collections; & Fasti, i. 146.
Calverley, (Sir) Johnof co. Durham. University Coll., matric. 15 June, 1588, aged 17 (as arm.); of Eryholme, co. Durham (only son of Thomas, of Littleburne, chancellor of Durham), a student of Lincoln's Inn 1590, knighted 23 April, 1617, died 12 May, 1638, buried at Brancepeth 13th, father of Timothy and of the next named. See Foster's Yorkshire Collections.
Calverley, Johnof co. Durham, militis. fil. Queen's Coll., matric. 13 Nov., 1618, aged 15; B.A. 7 June, 1621, of Eryholme, co. Durham, a student of Lincoln's Inn 1623 (as son and heir of Sir John, of Littleborne, co. Durham), buried 1 May, 1660, aged 58, father of Henry 1655, and of John next named. See Foster's Yorkshire Collections & Inns of Court Reg.
Calverley, Johngent. Queen's Coll., matric. 25 July, 1655; a student of Gray's Inn 1658 (and migrated to the Middle Temple 1659) as son and heir of John, of Eryholme, co. Durham, esq., brother of Henry same date. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. [5]
Calverley, Richardof Lincoln Coll. 1577. See Coverley.
Calveley, Richards. George, of Lea, Cheshire, equitis. Brasenose Coll., matric. 30 Jan., 1634-5, aged 18; brother of Hugh 1631.
Calverley, Thomas (Caulveley)of co. Chester, gent. Brasenose Coll., matric. 22 April, 1586, aged 17; bar.-at-law, Lincoln's Inn, 1595. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Calverley, Timothys. John, of Littlebourne. co. Durham, militis. Queen's Coll., matric. 11 Oct., 1622, aged 15, B.A. 7 July, 1625; B.C.L. from St. Alban Hall 29 July, 1629, brother of John 1618.
Calverley, Walterarm. Queen's Coll., matric. 10 Nov., 1651; of Calverley, Yorks, admitted to Gray's Inn 1653 (as son and heir of Henry, late of Calverley, co. York, deceased), nominated a knight of the royal oak by Charles II., treasurer for lame soldiers 1666, born 20 July, 1629, died 10 Nov., 1691, father of the next named. See Foster's Yorkshire Collection. [10]
Calverley, (Sir) Walters. (Walter), of Esholt, co. York, arm. Queen's Coll., matric. 30 June, 1687, aged 17; of Calverley and Esholt, Yorks, created a baronet 11 Dec., 1711, died 17 Oct., 1749. See Foster's Yorkshire Collection.
Calverley, William (Calvlye)of co. Worcester, gent. St. Edmund Hall, matric.-entry under date 10 Jan., 1574-5, aged 27.
Calverley, Williamof Yorks. All Souls' Coll., matric.-entry under date 22 Dec., 1576, aged 17; of Calverley, Yorks (son of Sir Walter), a recusant, died 1 Oct., 1596. For a suggested identity see Robinson, i. 11.
Calvert, Cecils. (George), eq. aur., and privy councillor to James I. Trinity Coll., matric. 16 July, 1621, aged 15; 2nd Baron Baltimore (1632), buried at St. Giles-in-the-Fields, Middlesex, 7 Dec., 1675
Calverte, Georgeof Yorks, pleb. Trinity Coll., matric. 28 June, 1594, aged 14; B.A. 23 Feb., 1596-7, a student in municipal law, created M.A. 30 Aug., 1605, entered Lincoln's Inn 1595 (son of Leonard Calvert, by Alice his wife, daughter of John Crosland, of Crosland), born at Kipling, Yorks, secretary to Sir Robert Cecill, secretary of state; a clerk of the council, knighted at Hampton Court 29 Sept., 1617, secretary of state to the King 15 Feb., 1618-19-24, M.P. Bossiney 1609-11, Yorkshire 1621-2, Oxford University 1624-5, created Baron Baltimore 16 Feb., 1624, obtained a grant of Maryland from Charles I., father of Cecil last named, and died 15 April, 1632, buried in St. Dunstan-inthe-West. See Ath., ii. 522; & D.N.B. [15]
Calvert, JohnB.A. from Trinity Coll., Cambridge, 1692, M.A. 1702, incorp. 13 July, 1703, rector of Gissing, Norfolk, 1694, vicar of Stanwell, Middlesex, 1697, and of Salehurst, Sussex, 1728. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Calvert, Matthew'ser.' University Coll., matric. 2 July, 1658; B.A. 28 Jan., 1661-2, M.A. 1665.
Calvert, Robertof Yorks, pleb. Magdalen Coll., matric.-entry under date 1571, aged 20; clerk 1572-6. See Bloxam, ii. 41.
Calvert, Sampsons. George, of Meere, Somerset, sacerd. St. Edmund Hall, matric. 23 Jan., 1623-4, aged 20; B.A. 14 Feb., 1624-5, entered Merchant Taylors' School 1618. See Robinson, i. 94.
Calwoodleigh, Johns. Bartholomew, of Uplowman, Devon, gent. Exeter Coll., matric. 9 Dec., 1636, aged 20; a student of the Inner Temple 1639. [20]
Camborne, Roberts. Robert, of Shephardswell, Kent, pleb. St. John's Coll., matric. 18 Nov., 1625, aged 18; B.A. 12 Feb., 1628-9; incorp. at Cambridge 1638, rector of Ash-juxta-Campsey, Suffolk, 1637. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Camden, Richardscholar of New Coll. 1570. See Cadonne, page 229.
Camden, WilliamB.A. from Christ Church 6 March, 1573-4, sup. for M.A. in June, 1588, on 30 March, 1614, Convocation granted that he might be created M.A., but no record has been discovered of his having been actually created, author of the 'Britannia' (son of Sampson Camden, citizen and painter-stainer of London, and a native of Lichfield), from St. Paul's School he went as a servitor to Magdalen Coll. 1566, migrated to Broadgates Hall, and graduated from Christ Church, admitted to the Inner Temple 20 Feb., 1570-1, under-master Westminster School 1575-93, head-master 1593-1610, preb. of Salisbury of 1589, clarencieux king of arms 1597, founder of the Camden professorship of history at Oxford, born in the Old Bailey 2 May, 1551, died at Chiselhurst 9 Nov., 1623, buried in Westminster Abbey 19th. See Alumni West., 12; St. Paul's School Reg., 24; Bloxam, i. 17; Ath., ii. 339; & D.N.B.
Came, Thomasof Devon, pleb. Exeter Coll., matric. 15 June, 1588, aged 18; B.A. 3 Feb., 1591-2, fellow 1592-1606, M.A. 12 Nov., 1594. See Boase, 50.
Campbell, Hon. Archibaldson of Neil, of Ardmaddie, co. Argyle, and grandson of Archibald, Marquis of Argyle. M.A. Edinburgh 1692; incorp. University Coll. 10 Oct., 1693, bishop of the Scottish Episcopal Church, consecrated at Dundee 1711, chosen bishop of Aberdeen 1721-4, died in London 15 June, 1744. See Ath., i. p. cxvii.; Rawlinson, v. 301; & D.N.B.
Cambell, EdwardM.A. Cambridge; incorp. 11 July, 1609. [26]
Cambell, (Sir) Henry'Bart.,' s. Thomas, of Barking, Essex. Christ Church, matric. 15 June, 1680, aged 16; 3rd baronet, of the Middle Temple 1680, died 23 May, 1699. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Cambell, Jamess. Robert, of London, arm. Christ Church, matric. 24 Feb., 1631-2, aged 15; of Woodford, Essex, a student of Lincoln's Inn 1634, licenced, 7 Nov., 1638, to marry Theophila, daughter of Lord Mohun, baron of Okehampton; M.P. Grampound 1640 (L.P.) till secluded in 1648, father of the next named. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Cambell, Jamesarm. Christ Church, matric. 31 July, 1658, of Lincoln's Inn 1659, as son and heir of James, of Woodford, Essex, esq. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Campbell, Johns. Archibald, of Henley, Oxon, pleb. Balliol Coll., matric. 23 March, 1707-8, aged 17; B.A. from Magdalen Hall 1711.
Campbell, John'Comitis Breadalbane Nepos.' Christ Church, matric. 13 Oct., 1711, aged 15; 3rd Earl of Breadalbane, K.B. 1725, ambassador at Copenhagen 1720, St. Petersburgh 1731, M.P. Saltash 1727-41, Oxford 1741, 1746, a lord of the admiralty 1741-2, master of the jewel office 1746, a Scottish representative peer 1752-74, keeper of privy seal, Scotland, 1765, vice-admiral, Scotland, 1776, until his death 27 Jan., 1782. See Foster's Peerage & D.N.B.
Cambell, WilliamB.A. Trinity Coll., Dublin, 1701, M.A. 1704, incorp. 20 June, 1711, one of these names rector of Great Greenford, Middlesex, 1730. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [5]
Campion, Abrahamgent. Trinity Coll., matric. 10 March, 1656-7, B.A. 1660, fellow, M.A. 18 Feb., 1663-4, proctor 1673, B.D. 1674, D.D. 1683, Whyte professor of moral philosophy 1673, chaplain to the Archbishop of Canterbury, rector of Monk's Risborough, Bucks, canon of Lincoln 1678, dean 1700, until his death 21 Nov., 1701. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus; Ath., iv. 677; Gutch, i. 44.
Campion, Edmundof Lincoln Coll., B.A. 25 Jan., 1514-15, proctor 1523, B.D. 13 July, 1525, as Champion, D.D. (sup. 27 Nov.) 1528, rector of Great Easton 1531, of Colchester St. Mary 1531, and of Althorne 1532, all in Essex (as B.D.). See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Fasti, i. 63.
Campion, Edmundscholar and fellow of St. John's Coll., B.A. 20 Nov., 1560, M.A. 3 July, 1564, sup. 23 March, 1568-9, for B.D., proctor 1568, 'another stiff defender of the Roman Catholic religion,' born in London on St. Paul's Day, in Jan., 1540, educated at the Blue Coat School, seceded to Rome, B.D. Douay, admitted into the Society of Jesus 1573, found guilty of treason and executed at Tyburn, with other priests 1 Dec., 1581. See Ath., i. 473; Harleian MS., 6265, fo. 223.
Campion, Edmundfellow Trinity Coll. 1563, B.A. 13 May, 1563, M.A. 21 April, 1567, vicar of Sherbourne, co. Gloucester, 1568. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Campion, Edwardgent. Christ Church, matric. 10 May, 1651; B.A. 24 Feb., 1654-5, student 1651, from Westminster School. See Alumni West., 136. [10]
Campion, Georgeof Northants, pleb. Trinity Coll., matric. 7 May, 1602, aged 14; B.A. 5 May, 1607, M.A. 18 April, 1611, rector of Sywell, Northants, 1612. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Campion, Johns. Richard, of Oxford (city), gent. Merton Coll., matric. 14 March, 1662-3, aged 16, B.A. 1667; M.A. from St. Alban Hall 1670, vicar of St. Mary Church, Devon, 1682, rector of Limpsfield, Surrey, 1688, and of Titsey 1691. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Campion, Johnfellow Magdalen Coll., Cambridge, B.A. 1689, M.A. 1693, incorp. 7 July, 1705, one of these names rector of Bisley, Surrey, 1713-38, rector of Hawkchurch, Dorset, 1738-47. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Campion, RobertB.A. from Magdalen Coll. 11 May, 1586, rector of Raine, Cornwall, 1586. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Campion, Roberts. R., of Lemington, co. Warwick, pleb. Hart Hall, matric. 1 Feb., 1704-5, aged 18; B.A. 1708. [15]
Campion, Thomassubscribed 1 July, 1614.
Campion, Thomas (Campyn)of Devon, gent. Exeter Coll., matric. 24 Oct., 1617, aged 16; B.A. 23 Jan., 1620-1, M.A. Cambridge, incorp. 13 July, 1624, vicar of Great Harrowden, Northants, 1622, and of Moulton, Northants, 1627, until his death in 1640. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Fasti, i. 417.
Campion, Williamof Northants, pleb. Trinity Coll., matric.-entry under date 11 Nov., 1574, aged 19; B.A. from Exeter Coll. 10 July, 1579, M.A. 6 July, 1582, rector of Holcott, Northants, 1581. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Camplin, Henryof New Coll. 1645. See Complen.
Camplin, Richardof Somerset, pleb. St. Mary Hall, matric. 20 Oct., 1620, aged 17; B.A. 3 Nov., 1620, M.A. 8 July, 1623, one of these names vicar of Kingston-juxta-Taunton, Somerset, 1662, until his death in 1669, and another vicar of Stockland, Bristol, 1662-3, and rector of Otterhampton 1663, until his death in 1684. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [20]
Camplin, Thomas'cler. fil.' St. Mary Hall, matric. 11 April, 1660; B.A. from Queen's Coll. 1663; M.A. from Gloucester Hall 23 Feb., 1665, incorp. at Cambridge 1672, vicar of Kingston-byTaunton, Somerset, 1669, until his death in 1716 (perhaps rector of Brumpton Ralph 1689-1711). See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Camplin, Thomass. Thomas, of Wallranslench, co. Worcester, cler. Queen's Coll., matric. 3 March, 1696-7, aged 17; B.A. 12 Oct., 1700, M.A. 30 June, 1703, rector of Brompton Ralph, Somerset, 1711-52, canon of Wells 1726. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Camplin, Williams. Richard, of Stogursey, Somerset, cler. All Souls' Coll., matric. 6 April, 1677, aged 18; B.A. 1680, M.A. 1683, vicar of Stogumber, Somerset, 1711, until his death in 1722. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Campswell, ThomasBenedictine; B.D. 2 Oct., 1531, the last prior of the Benedictine Monastery at Coventry. See Fasti, i. 87.
Canaries, JamesD.D. St. Andrew's University, incorp. 15 July, 1693, vicar of Abingdon St. Helen's, Berks, 1692, canon of Sarum 1693. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [25]
Candler, John (Candeler or Chanler)B.A.; incorp. 1547-8, M.A. from Christ Church 1547-8.
Candley, Patrick. University Coll.matric.-entry under date 1574.
Candruth, Johnsup. for B.C.L. in May, 1544 (written Kandruth).
Candy, Williams. William, of Fovant, Wilts, pleb. p.p. Christ Church, matric. 13 Nov., 1663, aged 17.
Cane, Henrys. Math., of Great Marlow, Bucks, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 26 March, 1641, aged 15. [30]
Cane, Henry (William)s. H. (Hen.), of London, gent. Magdalen Coll., matric. 14 Dec., 1705, aged 16; demy 1705-15, B.A. 1709, M.A. 1712, B.D. 1723 (as Henry William), fellow 1716-29, vicar of Findon, Sussex, 1725, and of Selborne, Hants, 1728, until his death 10 June, 1740. See Bloxam, vi. 161.
Cane, Jamess. Adam, of London, arm. St. John's Coll., matric. 18 May, 1677, aged 19; a student of Gray's Inn 1674. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.
Cane, Johnof Exeter Coll. 1618. See Cave.
Cane, Josephs. Henry, of Little Hillingdon, Middlesex, gent. St. Edmund Hall, matric. 12 March, 1691-2, aged 17; B.A. from Magdalen Hall 5 Dec., 1695, M.A. 17 Nov., 1698, vicar of Shiplake, Oxon, 1710, rector of Ludgarshall, Bucks, 1730. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cane, Richardof Berks, pleb. Exeter Coll., matric. 28 June, 1616, aged 15.
CannarSee Canner below & Cunnar.
Canne, Jasper'serv.' New Inn Hall, matric. 1 April, 1656; B.A. 1659, vicar of Witney, Oxon, 1663, and of Tavistock, Devon, 1673 (as Gaspar), father of Jasper and Thomas. See Foster's Index.
Canne, Jaspers. 'G.' (? 'Gasparus'), of Witney, Oxon, cler. New Inn Hall, matric. 11 March, 1686-7, aged 18; brother of Thomas same date.
Cann, (Sir) Robert1s. Thomas, of Westbury, co. Gloucester, equitis. Christ Church, matric. 27 June, 1700, aged 17; (his father of Bristol, and knighted at Whitehall 18 April, 1680) 4th baronet, high sheriff co. Glamorgan 1726, died unmarried in Jan., 1748, brother of William 1706. [6]
Canne, Thomass. 'Gaspar,' of Witney, Oxon, cler. Queen's Coll., matric. 7 March, 1686-7, aged 17; brother of Jasper same date.
Cann, (Sir) Williamy.s. (Thomas), of Stoke, co. Gloucester, equitis. Hart Hall, matric. 22 April, 1706, aged 17; 5th baronet, admitted to the Middle Temple 1707, town clerk of Bristol, died 29 March, 1753, brother of Robert 1700. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Cann, (Sir) William'baronet,' s. William, of Brislington, Somerset. Oriel Coll., matric. 30 May, 1711, aged 17; 3rd baronet, died 27 April, 1726.
Cannell, Josephs. John, of London, pleb. Lincoln Coll., matric. 14 Sept., 1698, aged 14; B.A. 1702, M.A. 7 March, 1705-6, chaplain to Lord Haversham. See Hearne, i. 225; & Rawlinson, ii. 232.
Canner, Christophers. Christopher, of Tewkesburye, co. Gloucester, pleb. Pembroke Coll., matric. 22 March, 1638-9, aged 16; B.A. from Christ Church 8 July, 1642, M.A. 10 Nov., 1646, vicar of Climping, Sussex, 1670. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Canner, JohnSee Cunnar. [12]
Canner, Richards. Robert, of Tewkesburye, co. Gloucester, pleb. Pembroke Coll., matric. 10 Dec., 1641, aged 18; rector of Burlingham, co. Worcester, 1651. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Canner, Thomas (senior)B.A. 31 Jan., 1512-13, fellow of Magdalen Coll. 1517, proctor 1522-3, B.D. 15 July, 1528 (guardian of Langton chest in winter 1519), 1st canon of Cardinal College 1525, and sub-dean 1527, 8th canon of Christ Church (formerly Cardinal College) 1532, archdeacon of Dorset 1539, provost of the free chapel of St. Nicholas sub Hamden, 1542, rector of Barton Bradstock, Dorset, 1546-50. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus; Bloxam, iv. 48; & Fasti, i. 63, 79.
Canner, Thomas (junior)fellow of Magdalen Coll. 1517, rector of Saltfleetby, co. Lincoln, vicar of Marsworth, Bucks, resigned 1524, canon of Lincoln 1524-8, died in 1531. See Bloxam, iv. 50. [15]
Canning, Edmunds. John, of Todingham, co. Gloucester, pleb. Hart Hall, matric. 13 June, 1634, aged 18; B.A. 15 July, 1636, M.A. 15 June, 1639, as Edward.
Canninge, Richardof co. Warwick, pleb. Gloucester Hall, matric.-entry under date 10 Jan., 1574-5, aged 18; perhaps of Foxcote.
Canninge, Richardof Oxon, pleb. Oriel Coll., matric. 16 June, 1615, aged 16; a student of Gray's Inn 1619, as son and heir of Edward, of Enstone, Oxon, gent. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.
Cannings, William (Cannyngs)B.A. (sup. 29 April) 1506, M.A. 4 July, 1513, B.D. (sup. 12 Dec.) 1527, fellow of Oriel Coll. 1509-21, guardian of Schelton and Warwyke chests 1513, vicar of Bishops Lavington 1521. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & O.H.S., i. 39.
Cannon, Henrys. William, of Crendon, Bucks, gent. Hart Hall, matric. 20 April, 1711 (aged 16); B.A. 25 Feb., 1714-15, M.A. 28 March, 1718. [20]
Cannon, John1639. See Dictionary of National Biography, viii. 445.
Cannon, Johns. John, of Graystoke, Cumberland, p.p. Queen's Coll., matric. 5 July, 1678, aged 17; B.A. 22 March, 1682-3, rector of Isfield or Iffield, Sussex, 1690-3. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cannon, Nathanielof London, gent. St. Mary Hall, matric. 7 Nov., 1600, aged 18; B.A. 23 Oct., 1601 (? M.A. Cambridge), B.D. 5 Feb., 1618-19, of Wokingham, Berks, vicar of Hurley 1618, until his death, 'after he had ran with and submitted to all mutations,' buried in the chancel 12 Feb., 1664. See Ath., iii. 674.
Canon, Thomasof co. Pembroke, gent. Jesus Coll., matric. 5 Feb., 1584-5, aged 17; sometime of Clifford's Inn, a student of Lincoln's Inn 1593, perhaps knighted 30 June, 1623, M.P. Haverfordwest 1625 & 1626, Haslemere 1628-9. See Wood's Colleges and Halls, iii. 573; & Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Cannop, HenryB.A. 28 Jan., 1528-9. [25]
Canopius, Nathanielchaplain of Christ Church 1642. See Conopius.
Cansfield, RobertB.A. Cambridge 1570, incorp. as M.A. 9 July, 1577, canon of York 1588 (as Chancefield). See Le Neve, iii. 191.
Cantrell, Nicholassubscribed 4 Nov., 1614; B.A. from Gloucester Hall 30 June, 1617, M.A. 5 May, 1620.
Cantrell, Richards. Thomas, of London, gent. St. John's Coll., matric. 26 June, 1688, aged 17; scholar 1688, B.A, 1692, born in Oct., 1670, entered Merchant Taylors' school 1683, preb. and vicar of Lincoln Cathedral 1694, vicar of Glentham, co. Lincoln, 1696, and rector of Thorpe-on-the-Hill 1700, died 10 April, 1712. See Robinson, i. 309; Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus; & Rawlinson, xviii. 302b.
Cantrell, ThomasB.A. from Gloucester Hall 19 Feb., 1611-12, M.A. 5 July, 1614, vicar of Dilhorne, co. Stafford, 1617, until sequestered in 1647. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Add. MS. 15,671. [30]
Cantrell, ThomasB.A. from Magdalen Hall 2 June, 1627, M.A. 4 May, 1631.
Cantrell, Thomass. John, of Repton, co. Derby, pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric. 28 May, 1666, aged 17, B.A. 18 Jan., 1669-70; incorp. at Cambridge 1681, M.A. from Sydney Sussex Coll. 1681, vicar of Elvaston, co. Derby, 1695. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cantrell, WilliamB.A. of Cambridge six years ago, sup. 1548-9, for incorporation and M.A.; vicar of Bicker 1554, and of Heckington 1562, and rector of Aswardby 1568, all in co. Lincoln. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & O.H.S., i. 216.
Cantwell, Johnsubscribed 16 Oct., 1620, admitted to practice in surgery 5 May, 1620; of St. Aldates, surgeon, will at Oxford dated 16 March, 1633.
Cantwell, Roberts. Rich., of Witham, Berks, pleb. Balliol Coll., matric. 17 July, 1663, aged 16; B.A. 1667, M.A. 1670. [35]
Cantwell, Thomas (Cawntwell)fellow of New Coll. Dec., 1499-1520, from Arreton, Isle of Wight; M.A. 7 Dec., 1508, rector of Hardwick, vicar of Swalcliffe. See O.H.S., i. 311.
Canworthie, Johnof Devon, pleb. Exeter Coll., matric. 17 March, 1591-2, aged 19.
Cape, Faithful'paup. fil.' Corpus Christi Coll., matric. 6 July, 1683, vicar of Halse, Somerset, 21 Sept., 1696, until his death in 1720. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cape, Jamesof Somerset, pleb. St. Alban Hall, matric.-entry under date 20 Dec., 1577, aged 19, B.A. 7 Feb., 1577-8, vicar of Herne, Kent, 1616. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cape, Johnof Somerset, pleb. Exeter Coll., matric. 22 May, 1601, aged 16; B.A. 18 Jan., 1604-5.
Cape, William (or Caipe)of Cumberland, pleb. Queen's Coll., matric. 10 Oct., 1595, aged 18; B.A. 24 April, 1599, M.A. 7 July, 1602, B.D. 3 June, 1611, licenced to preach 10 Dec., 1617, rector of Newnham, Hants, 1618. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Capell, Christophers. Richard, of Pitchcombe, co. Gloucester, sacerd. Magdalen Coll., matric. 23 Oct., 1635, aged 16; chorister 1635-7, brother of the next named. See Bloxam, i. 52.
Capell, Daniels. Richard (1601), late of Cambridge University; chorister of Magdalen Coll., 1643, clerk 1647-54, B.A. 15 March, 1648-9, M.A. 8 July, 1651, rector of Alderley, co. Gloucester, 1658, and of Shipton Moigne, co. Gloucester, 1658, 'fell to the practice of physic in the town of Stroud, co. Gloucester,' where he died about 1679. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus; Burrows; Ath., iii. 1221; & Bloxam, i. 56.
Capel, Daniel (Caple)s. D., of Stroude, co. Gloucester, pleb. St. Edmund Hall, matric. 26 March, 1677, aged 17; father of Daniel next named. [5]
Capell, Daniels. Daniel, of Stroud, co. Gloucester, pleb. Pembroke Coll., matric. 29 Oct., 1701, aged 16; B.A. 1705, M.A. 1708, one of these names vicar of Cam. co. Gloucester, 1718. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Capel, Daniels. Ric., of Wooton, co. Gloucester, p.p. Trinity Coll., matric. 21 Nov., 1704, aged 17; B.A. 1708.
Capel, Edward (Caples)fellow of New Coll., 1564-69, from Sollershope, Herefordshire; B.A. 12 July, 1568. See Duncumb's History of Hereford, ii. 354, 366.
Capell, Edwards. Arthur, Baron Capel, of Hadham, Herts. Wadham Coll., matric. 13 May, 1665, aged 16; created M.A. 8 Sept., 1665, bar.-at-law, Inner Temple, 1672. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Capell, Gamaliels. Edward, of Stanton, Suffolk, cler. Brasenose Coll., matric. 28 June, 1705, aged 18; B.A. 1706, M.A. 1709, rector of Carleton-cumWillingham, co. Cambridge, 1716, and of Stanton, All Saints, 1720, and St. John 1720, died 1758. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [10]
Capel, Giles (or Capull)B.A. 11 May 1539, fellow of All Soul's Coll. 1540, M.A. 28 May, 1543, rector of Duloe, Cornwall, 1541, and of How Caple, co. Hereford, 1549, canon of Wells 1554, and rector of Yeovilton, Somerset, 1554. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Capell, Henryof Yorks, gent. St. John's Coll., matric. 20 Nov., 1581, aged 16; fellow 1581, B.A. 3 Dec., 1585, M.A. 6 May, 1589.
Capell, (Sir) Henrycreated M.A. 30 Aug., 1605 (son of Sir Arthur), M.P. Boston 1601, knighted 7 May, 1603, died in the lifetime of his father, buried 1 May, 1622.
Capell, JohnB.C.L. 19 Dec. 1515.
Capell, John (Capull)Dominican, a student at Oxford and Louvaine, B.D. (sup. 27 June) 1524. See Cabell. [15]
Capell, JohnB.A. 1544 written Kepoll.
Capell, JohnM.A. from Christ's Coll., Cambridge, incorp. 13 July, 1658.
Capel, John (Caple)s. Ric. of Gloucester (city), gent. Christ Church, matric. 4 April, 1696, aged 16; B.A. 16 March, 1699-1700, M.A. 1702, B. & D.Med. 1710, as Capel.
Capel, 'Kyrle' (Caple)s. Thomas, of Caple, co. Hereford, arm. Christ Church, matric. 12 Sept., 1640, aged 16.
Capell, Lewis1610. See Ath., iii. 463; and Fasti, i. 341. [20]
Capell, MosesB.A. from Queen's Coll., Cambridge, 1622, incorp. 13 July, 1624, incorp. also as M.A. 15 July, 1628, rector of Bettshanger, Kent, 1628, and vicar of Tilmanstone 1630. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Capell, Richard (Caple)pleb. St. Alban Hall, matric. 19 June, 1601, aged 14; demy Magdalen Coll., 1604-8, B.A. 4 Feb., 1604-5, M.A. 14 Dec., 1607, fellow 1608-14 (son of Christopher, a stout alderman of the city of Gloucester), rector of Eastington, co. Gloucester, 1613-35, had licence from the Bishop of Gloucester to practice physic, and settled at Pitchcombe near Stroud, co. Gloucester, where he died 21 Sept., 1656, buried in the church, father of Christopher and Daniel 1643. See Bloxam, v. 22; Ath., iii. 421; D.N.B.; & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Capell, Richards. Nathan, of Edgeworth, co. Gloucester, sacerd. Balliol Coll., matric. 20 May, 1664, aged 17; B.A. 1670, vicar of Haresfield, co. Gloucester, 1679. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Capell, Robertfellow Exeter Coll., 1546; B.A. (sup.) 1548-9, one of these names rector of Willingale Spain, Essex, 1546. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Boase, 37.
Capel, William (Caple)of Herts, gent. St. John's Coll., matric.-entry under date 1575, aged 20; possibly eldest son of Sir Henry, of Raines Hall, Essex, sheriff of Herts and Essex. [25]
Capell, Williams. William, of Prestbury, co. Gloucester, gent. Trinity Coll., matric. 5 July, 1681, aged 18.
Capel, Williams. Ric., of Cheltenham, co. Gloucester, cler. Trinity Coll., matric. 24 March, 1695-6, aged 16; B.A. 1699, M.A. 1702, rector of Stogumber, Somerset, 1703-10, and of Milton Bryant, Beds, 1710-64, perhaps vicar of Eaton Socon 1738-61. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Capie, Johnof co. Lincoln, pleb. Magdalen Coll., matric.-entry under date 22 Dec., 1576, aged 17.
Caphin, Georgeof Hants, gent. Brasenose Coll., matric. 20 Dec., 1577, aged 19 (as Caphin); B.A. from Magdalen Coll. 4 March, 1580-1, of the Inner Temple 1576, as Caplyn. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Caponhurste, Georgedemy of Magdalen Coll., 1544-5; B.A. 24 July, 1553, fellow 1553-71, M.A. 3 June, 1557, B.D. (sup. 14 April) 1564. See Bloxam, iv. 102; & O.H.S., i. 220. [30]
Caponhurste, Georgeof Bucks, pleb. Magdalen Coll., matric.-entry under date 1571, aged 17; chorister 1569-75. See Bloxam, i. 18.
Caponhurst, ThomasB.A. 12 Dec. 1530, M.A. 10 June, 1535, said to have 'sup. 14 April, 1564, for B.D. after 12 years study,' rector of Slimbridge, co. Gloucester, 1547. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & O.H.S., i. 162.
Capp, Francisof co. Southampton, pleb. New Coll., matric. 18 June, 1602, aged 20; B.C.L. 16 April, 1608.
CappurChristopher; B.A. from Brasenose Coll. 1 Feb., 1614-15, M.A. 11 July, 1619, as John.
Capper, Edwardclerk Magdalen Coll., 1539; B.A. 3 Aug., 1541. See Bloxam, ii. 6. [35]
Cappur, Johnof co. Chester, pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric. 31 Oct., 1606, aged 18; B.A. 26 June, 1610.
Cappur, Philipof co. Chester, pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric. 22 Feb., 1604-5, aged 19; B.A. 23 Feb., 1608-9, M.A. 16 Dec., 1611, B.D. 8 July, 1619, rector of Hastings St. Clement 1629, vicar of Gillingham, Kent, 1630. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
CappurRichard; B.A. from Balliol Coll. 14 Feb., 1627-8, M.A. 1 June, 1630, incorp. at Cambridge 1634.
Cappocke, Johnchaplain; B.A. (sup. 20 May) 1508. See also Coppock.
Capron, Williamfellow New Coll. 1511-19 from St. Cuthbert's-in-Wells, B.A. — Dec., 1515, M.A. 6 July, 1519. [40]
Cardale, Josephs. William, of Dudley, co. Worcester, gent. Magdalen Coll., matric. 18 May, 1702, aged 17, B.A. 24 March, 1706-7; incorp. at Cambridge 1725, M.A. from Queen's Coll. 1725, vicar of Bulkington, co. Warwick, 1708, and of Withybrook, co. Warwick, 1732, etc. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cardell, Johns. Edmund, of Pitstone, Bucks, pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric. 18 Nov., 1625, aged 16; B.A. 7 Feb., 1628-9, M.A. 17 Dec., 1631.
Carden, ThomasB.A. 28 Jan., 1528-9; fellow Oriel Coll. 1529 to 1537, from Kent, as 'Cardyne,' M.A. (sup. May) 1533, one of these names rector of Dickleburgh, Norfolk, 1551. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cardenas, Isaacof Geneva, sometime of Cambridge; fellow Merton Coll. 1584, B.A. 5 Feb., 1584-5, M.A. 20 Feb., 1588-9, in the service of Francis Walsingham, privy councillor. See O.H.S., iv. 273, x. 369.
Cardiff, David (or Kerdyff)secular chaplain; B.A. 1 July, 1532. [5]
Cardyff, Jameschaplain; B.A. 13 Dec., 1512.
Cardiff, Rogerarm. fil. nat. max.; B.A. 1 Feb., 1601-2, bar.-at-law, Lincoln's Inn, 1607, as of Salop. See Foster's Judges and Barrisers.
Cardmaker, Johnalias Taylor, Minorite (studied also at Cambridge); B.D. (sup. Dec.) 1532, canon of Wells, vicar of St. Bride's, London, 1543, chancellor of the church of Wells 1547, and reader in St. Paul's Cathedral, on the accession of Queen Mary he was convicted of heresy, deprived of his chancellorship, and burnt to death at Smithfield 30 May, 1555. See Cooper, i. 126; Fasti, i. 92; & D.N.B.
'Cardoinus''Camillus,' 'Baronis fil.,' born at Naples, Italy. Gloucester Hall, matric. 5 Nov., 1584, aged 40.
Cardonnell, Peter des. P., of Westminster, gent. Christ Church, matric. 4 Feb., 1678-9, aged 18; B.A. 1682, M.A. 1685, student 1678 (from Westminster School), until his death, buried in Christ Church Cathedral 20 March, 1699, administration at Oxford, granted 23 March, 1700. See Alumni West., 183; & Gutch, i. 514. [10]
Cardonnel, Williams. Peter, of London, gent. Magdalen Coll., matric. 14 April, 1671, aged 16, demy 1671-6, B.A. 1674; fellow Merton Coll. 1676-81, M.A. 29 Jan., 1677-8, a king's scholar at Westminster, hanged himself in his bedchamber 23 Oct., 1681, buried on south side of the chancel, admon. (at Oxford), granted 22 Dec., 1681. See Bloxam, v. 313; O.H.S., iv. 296; & Ath. Ox., i. p. xcii.
Cardrowe, Henryof Dorset, gent. Trinity Coll., matric. 30 Oct., 1601, aged 16; B.A. 5 July, 1604 (his parents were dead before March, 1603-4).
Cardrowe, Johnof Dorset, gent. Hart Hall, matric.-entry under date 20 May, 1580, aged 17; of Gray's Inn 1584. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.
Cardrow, Matthewof Dorset, gent. Trinity Coll., matric. 22 Nov., 1605, aged 17.
Cardwell, Richards. John, of (Stonling), Stoney Stratford, Bucks, pleb. Hart Hall, matric. 16 April, 1709, aged 17; B.A. 1712, vicar of Thornborough, Bucks, 1716, and of Raunds, Northants, 1723. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [15]
Carelesse, Nicholasof Middlesex, pleb. Queen's Coll., matric. 21 Nov., 1628, aged 20.
Carelesse, Thomass. Philip, of Lothbury, London, pleb. Balliol Coll., matric. 28 May, 1641, aged 15; B.A. 15 Feb., 1644-5, M.A. 13 Dec., 1649, fellow 1652, preacher in St. Aldates, Oxford, rector of Barnesley, and vicar of Cirencester, co. Gloucester, until his death 7 Oct., 1675, buried in Cirencester Church. See Burrows & Fasti, ii. 121.
Carell, Williams. Tho., of Torbrian, Devon, pleb. Wadham Coll., matric. 25 Feb., 1713-14, aged 18; B.A. 24 March, 1717-18.
Carent, George (or Carell)B.A. from Christ Church 12 Dec., 1561, M.A. 17 Jan., 1564-5, student about 1568, vicar of Burnham, Somerset, 1570, until his death in 1597. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Careswall, Antony (Caryswall or Cassewell)chaplain; B.A. 1 July, 1510, M.A. 21 June, 1514, rector of Hanworth, Middlesex, 1519. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [20]
Carew, Edmundof Devon, arm. Wadham Coll., matric. 19 May, 1615, aged 19; of the Inner Temple 1617 (as 6th son of Peter, of Bickleigh, Devon, gent.), died s.p. in 1619, brother of Henry same date. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Carew, Edmund4s. Nicholas, of Bedington, Surrey, militis. University Coll., matric. 11 June, 1624, aged 17; B.A. 17 Feb., 1626-7 (as Edward), bar.-atlaw, Inner Temple, 1637, buried 10 Sept., 1654, brother of Francis and Nicholas 1619, and George 1624. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Carew, Edwards. Matthew, of Cokethorpe, Oxon, equitis. University Coll., matric. 4 July, 1634, aged 17. See Matthew 1606.
Carew, Edwards. Edw., of Littleton, co. Worcester, gent. University Coll., matric. 5 May, 1673, aged 18.
Carew, Edwards. John, of Harberton, Devon, cler. New Inn Hall, matric. 23 March, 1682-3, aged 19. See Matthew 1668, brother of Thomas 1685.
Carew, (Sir) Franciss. (Nicholas), of Surrey, militis. University Coll., matric. 30 April, 1619, aged 16; B.A. 27 Nov., 1621, of Bedington, Surrey, admitted to the Inner Temple 1620 (alias Throgmorton), M.P. Haslemere 1624-6, K.B. 2 Feb., 1625-6, M.P. Guildford in 1628 (void), Bletchingley 1640 (void), buried 9 April, 1649, father of Nicholas 1651, and brother of Edmund and George 1624, and Nicholas 1619. See Foster's Parliamentary Dictionary. [26]
Carew, (Sir) Francis1s. Nicholas, of Bedington, Surrey, equitis. Magdalen Coll., matric. 5 July, 1680, aged 16; of Bedington, Surrey, baptized 12 Sept., 1663, died 29 Sept., 1689, brother of Nicholas 1686.
Carew, Georgeof Broadgates Hall, supplicated for B.A. 1522 (3rd son of Edmund, Lord Carew), archdeacon of Totnes 1534, canon of Exeter 1535, rector of Torbrian 1542, of Carhays St. Stephen 1543, and of Ilfracombe 1544, cure of Ilchester and Whitehall free chapelries, Somerset, in 1545, canon of Wells 1545, precentor of Exeter 1549, and archdeacon 1556-9, preb. of Chichester 1555, and of Sarum 1555, precentor of Sarum 1558-83, and of Bath and Wells 1560 and 1565, dean of Bristol 1552-3, 1559, dean of Christ Church, Oxford, 1559-61, canon and dean of Windsor 1560, and dean of Exeter 1571-83 (D.D.), registrar of the Garter, master of the Savoy, rector of Mells, Somerset, 1557-83, of Kelston 1558-60, of Dittisham, Devon, 1560, and of Silverton St. Mary 1561, died 1 June, 1583, aged 85, buried in St. Giles-in-the-Fields, father of George, Earl of Totnes, and of Peter. See Alumni West., 7; Fasti, i. 58; & D.N.B.
Carewe, Sir George (s. Georgedean of Christ Church), of Broadgates Hall (? 1572, aged 15); created M.A. 17 Sept., 1589, born 29 May, 1555, knighted by Sir John Perrot in Christ Church, Dublin, 24 Feb., 1585, and master of the Ordnance in Ireland 1587-93, and P.C. 1588, president of Munster 1600-8, governor of the Isle of Guernsey 1610, M.P. Queenborough 1597-8, and Hastings 1604, until created Lord Carew, of Clopton, 4 Nov., 1605, vice-chamberlain and receiver-general 1603, and councillor to Queen Anne 1604, master of the Ordnance, England, 1608-17, P.C. 1616, treasurer-general to Queen Henrietta Maria 1626, created Earl of Totnes 7 Feb., 1625-6, born 29 May, 1555, died in the Savoy 27 March, 1629-30, brother of Peter 1572. See Ath., ii. 446; D.N.B.; & Foster's Gray's Inn Admissions.
Carew, Georgeof Devon, gent. Exeter Coll., matric. 26 Feb., 1584-5, aged 14; B.A. 9 July, 1590, perhaps a master in Chancery 1599-1612, of the M. T., Ath. Ox., iii. 449, but one of these names rector of Bickleigh, Devon, 1602. See Thomas same date. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Carew, Georgeof Suffolk, 'cler. fil.' Merton Coll., matric. 18 May, 1604, aged 17, B.A. 11 Dec., 1606; incorp. at Cambridge 1615, one of these names rector of St. Michael, Cornhill, 1622, and one, Thomas Carew, compounded for the first fruits of the rectory of Bildeston, Suffolk, 6 Feb., 1590-1. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Carew, Georgeof St. John's Coll. 1620. See Caro.
Carew, George3s. Nicholas, of Bedington, Surrey, militis. University Coll., matric. 11 June, 1624, aged 19; B.A. 17 Feb., 1626-7, of the Inner Temple 1629, brother of Francis 1619, and Edmund 1624. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Carew, Georgearm. Exeter Coll., matric. 24 June, 1653, of Gray's Inn 1653, as son and heir of George, late of Hitcham, Suffolk, esq. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg. [5]
Carew, Georges. George, gent. Wadham Coll., matric. 15 July, 1693, aged 16; possibly same as following entry.
Carew, Georges. George, of London, Middlesex, gent. Wadham Coll., matric. 7 July, 1696, aged 16, scholar 1697-1701; his father a Turkey merchant. See Gardiner, 393.
Carew, (Sir) Henryof Devon, Wadham Coll., matric. 19 May, 1615, aged 18; as arm., of the Inner Temple 1617, as of Bickleigh, Devon, gent. (2nd son of Peter), knighted, brother of Edmund same date. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Carew, (Sir) Henrys. (Thomas), of Haccombe, Devon, bart. Exeter Coll., matric. 17 March, 1670-1, aged 16; 2nd baronet, died between Sept. and Dec., 1695.
Carew, Henrys. Henr., of Bickley, Devon, cler. Balliol Coll., matric. 14 Dec., 1706, aged 19; B.A. from St. Mary Hall 1712, his father said to be rector of Bickley. [10]
Carew, (Sir) 'Henry Darrell,'s. Henry, of Haccombe, Devon. Exeter Coll., matric. 2 Dec., 1706, aged 19; 3rd baronet, died unmarried.
Carew, Hugh (Corue)of Cornwall, pleb. Exeter Coll., matric. 16 May, 1617, aged 17; B.A. 17 Feb., 1619-20, M.A. 29 June, 1623, as Corue.
Carew, Johnof co. Cambridge, pleb. St. Alban Hall, matric. 29 March, 1584, aged 21; of the Inner Temple 1587, as of Chesterton, co. Cambridge. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Carew, Johns. John, of Haccombe, Devon, gent. Exeter Coll., matric. 13 Dec., 1622, aged 18; B.A. 21 June, 1625, M.A. 13 May, 1628, vicar of Harberton, Devon, 1629-33. See Edward 1683, and Thomas 1685. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Carew, Johns. Richard, of East Antony, Cornwall, arm. Gloucester Hall, matric. 9 March, 1637-8, aged 15; the Regicide, admitted to the Inner Temple 1640, M.P. Tregony (Feb.) 1647-53, Devon 1653, Rumper 1659, one of the commissioners on trial of the king and signed the warrant, attainted and condemned to death 12 Oct., 1660, executed on the 15th at Charing Cross. See D.N.B. & Foster's Parliamentary Dictionary. [15]
Carew, Johnarm. Wadham Coll., matric. 14 Nov., 1650 (query if a barrister of Lincoln's Inn 1656, and son and heir of Thomas, of Risdon, Devon). See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Carew, Matthewof Essex, gent. Trinity Coll., matric. 13 May, 1603, aged 16.
Carew, (Sir) Matthewof Kent, militis fil. max. Balliol Coll., matric. 7 Nov., 1606, aged 16; (son of Sir Matthew, LL.D., master in Chancery) called a knight in Vivian's Visitation Pedigrees, father of Edward 1634, and brother of Thomas 1608.
Carew, Matthews. John, of Harberton, Devon, pleb. Balliol Coll., matric. 13 March, 1667-8, aged 18; B.A. 1671, rector of Haccombe, Devon, 1672, and of Bickleih 1678-84. See also Edward 1683, and Thomas 1685. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Carew, Nicholass. (Nicholas), of Surrey, militis. University Coll., matric. 30 April, 1619, aged 15; B.A. 27 Nov., 1621, of the Inner Temple 1622, brother of Edmund and George 1624. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. [20]
Carew, (Sir) Nicholasequitis fil. Lincoln Coll., matric. 11 Dec., 1651; of Beddington, Surrey (son of Sir Francis), M.P. Gatton 1664-81, died 9 Jan., 1687-8. See Foster's Parliamentary Dictionary.
Carew, Nicholas2s. N(icholas), of Bedingfeild, Surrey, equitis. Christ Church, matric. 19 March, 1685-6, aged 17; died 11 Jan., 1721, brother of Francis 1680.
Carew, (Sir) PeterB.A. from Exeter Coll. 26 June, 1572, of the Middle Temple 1568 (as son and heir of George, dean of the Chapel Royal), knighted in Ireland 1579, slain there, admon. 1581, brother of George 1572. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. & O.H.S., xii. 16.
Carew, Peter (Carrewe)of Devon, gent. Christ Church, matric. 26 Feb., 1584-5, aged 19; of Bickley, Devon (son of Humphrey), father of Edmund 1615, and Henry 1615.
Carew, Richardof Christ Church, born in 1555, died in 1620, father of the next named. See Ath., ii. 284; & D.N.B. [25]
Carew, (Sir) Richardof Cornwall. Merton Coll., matric. 20 Oct., 1594, aged 14 (as arm.); of the Middle Temple 1597 (as son and heir of Richard, of Antony, Cornwall, esq.), M.P. Cornwall 1614, and St. Michael 1621-2, created a baronet 9 Aug., 1641, buried 16 March, 1642-3, father of John 1638. See Foster's Parliamentary Dictionary.
Carew, Richardy.s. Thomas, of St. Thomas, Devon, eq. aur. Exeter Coll., matric. 18 March, 1683-4, aged 19; of Barley, Devon, admitted to the Middle Temple 1684, his will proved 1686. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Carew, Mr. Robertcreated M.A. 11 April, 1588 (? Carey).
Carew, Roger (Caraw)B.C.L. 23 March, 1525-6, principal of New Inn Hall 1528, until his death in March, 1529, buried in St. Peter's in the Bailey, administration at Oxford granted 14 May, 1529.
Carew, Roger (Carowe)B.A. 1545-6, perhaps of Gray's Inn 1551 (possibly a son of Sir Wymond Carew, of Antony), M.P. St. Alban's 1563-7. [30]
Carew, Theodorep.p. Exeter Coll., matric. 15 March, 1671-2, B.A. 5 Feb., 1675-6; incorp. at Cambridge 6 July, 1694, M.A. from Sydney Sussex Coll. 1694, rector of Bickleigh, Devon, 1684 (succeeded Matthew, whom see), and of Cadleigh 1695. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Carew, Thomasof Devon, gent. Exeter Coll., matric. 26 Feb., 1584-5, aged 17; one of these names rector of Bildeston, Suffolk, 1590. See George same date & Ath., i. 758.
Carew, Thomasof Kent, militis fil. Merton Coll., matric. 10 June, 1608, aged 13; B.A. 31 Jan., 1610-11, incorp. at Cambridge 1612, of the Middle Temple 1612 (as 2nd son of Matthew, a knight, and a master in Chancery), a poet, secretary to Sir Dudley Carleton at Venice, Turin, etc., sewer in ordinary to Charles I., and gentleman of his privy chamber, from whom he received the royal domain of Sunninghill, part of Windsor Great Forest, brother of Matthew 1606. See Ath., ii. 657; Foster's Inns of Court Reg.; & D.N.B.
Carew, Thomasarm. Exeter Coll., matric. 12 Nov., 1650 (called Cary in Mat. Reg.); B.A. 11 Feb., 1652-3, M.A. 28 June, 1655, these degrees may refer to the next student (of the Middle Temple 1649, as son and heir of Thomas, of Haccombe, Devon, esq.), created a baronet 2 Aug., 1661, M.P. Tiverton 1661, until his death, will proved 2 Jan., 1673-4. See Burrows, 61-91.
Carew, Thomas'cler. fil.' Exeter Coll., matric. 12 Nov., 1650 (called Cary in Mat. Reg.); for degrees see preceding entry; one of these names vicar of Harberton, Devon, 1663, and of Shipton Bellenger, Hants, 1665, rector of Shalfleet, Isle of Wight, 1667, and of Yarmouth, Isle of Wight, 1669, etc. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Carew, Thomass. Joh., of Harberton, Devon, paup. New Inn Hall, matric. 10 Nov., 1685, aged 18; B.A. 1689, one of these names vicar of Porchester, Hants, 1693, brother of Edward 1683. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Carew, (Sir) Thomas'baronet,' s. Henry, of Haccombe, Devon, baronet. Exeter Coll., matric. 7 April, 1709, aged 17; 4th baronet.
Carew, William (Carow)B.C.L. & B.Can.L. 4 July, 1512. [5]
Carew, (Sir) William'baronet,' s. Jo(hn), of Anthony, Cornwall. Exeter Coll., matric. 4 Sept., 1707, aged 18; 5th baronet, M.P. Saltash Jan., 1711-13, Cornwall in 6 parliaments 1713, until his death 8 March, 1744. See Foster's Parliamentary Dictionary.
CareySee Cary.
Carier, Benjamins. Anthony; a learned and devout preacher, B.A. from Benet's Coll. or Corpus Christi Coll., Cambridge, 1586, fellow 1590, M.A. 1590, B.D. 1597 (incorp. 12 July, 1597), D.D. 1602, chaplain to James I., one of the first fellows of Chelsea College, rector of Paddlesworth, Kent, 1598-9. vicar of Thurnham with Aldington 1600-13, domestic chaplain to Archbishop Whitgift, sinecure rector of West Tarring, Sussex, 1602, rector of Old Romney, Kent, 1603, canon of Canterbury 1608, turned Papist and went to Liege in Germany, died about June, 1614. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus; Fasti, i. 277; & D.N.B.
Carkeet, Samuels. Nic., of St. Ives, Cornwall, p.p. Exeter Coll., matric. 22 March, 1672-3, aged 16; brother of Stephen. See Dictionary of National Biography, ix. 84.
Carkeet, Stephens. Nich., of 'St. Iwe,' Cornwall, p.p. Exeter Coll., matric. 14 April, 1671, aged 18, B.A. 1674; M.A. from New Inn Hall 1677, brother of Samuel. [10]
Carkes, Jamesgent. Christ Church, matric. 26 Jan., 1656-7 (called Carkis in Mat. Reg.); B.A. 3 Feb., 1656-7, M.A. 2 July, 1659 (as Carkest), student 1652, from Westminster School (as Carkesse), instructor in grammar Magdalen College School 1656-64, usher 1665, master 1663-4. See Bloxam, iii. 176; Alumni West., 139; & D.N.B.
Carleton, Charless. Rowl. of London, gent. Balliol Coll., matric. 20 March, 1702-3, aged 17; B.A. from Merton Coll. 1706, M.A. 1709.
Carleton, (Sir) Dudleyof Oxon. Christ Church, matric. 11 Feb., 1591-2, aged 18 (as arm.); B.A. 2 July, 1595, M.A. 12 July, 1600 (incorp. at Cambridge 1626), created D.C.L. 31 Aug., 1636 (son of Anthony, of Baldwin Brightwell, Oxon), born there 10 March, 1573, M.P. St. Mawes 1604-11, Hastings 1626, entered Gray's Inn 1605, knighted at Windsor 25 Feb., 1610, created Baron Carleton 1626, and Viscount Dorchester 1628, ambassador to Venice 1610, to the States General 1616 & 1627, and to France 1625 & 1626, imprisoned on a suspicion of complicity in the Gunpowder Plot, but acquitted, secretary of State 1629, 'vice-chamberlain of the household and one of the Privy Council,' died 15 Feb., 1631-2, buried in Westminster Abbey, brother of George 1581. See Ath., ii. 519; Alumni West., 62; Foster's Gray's Inn Admissions; Fasti, i. 492; & D.N.B.
Carleton, EdwardB.A. from Trinity Coll., Cambridge, 1686, M.A. 1690, incorp. as M.A. 14 July, 1712, vicar of Lowestoft and rector of Gunton, Suffolk, 1692, vicar of Kessingland 1693, rector of Leckhamstead 1698. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Carleton, Georgeof Northumberland, pleb. St. Edmund Hall, matric.-entry under date 20 Dec., 1577, aged 19; fellow of Merton Coll. 1580, B.A. 12 Feb., 1579-80, M.A. 14 June, 1585, B.D. 16 May, 1594, D.D. 1 Dec., 1613, born at Norham in Northumberland (son of Guy, 2nd son of Thomas, of Carleton Hall, in Cumberland), vicar of Mayfield, Sussex, 1589, rector of Waddesdon (3rd portion), Bucks, 1605, and of Nuffield alias Tuffield, Oxon, 1609, bishop of Llandaff 1618-19, and of Chichester 1619, until his death, buried in his Cathedral Church 27 May, 1628. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus; O.H.S., iv. 273; & D.N.B. [15]
Carleton, George(s. Anthony) of Oxon, arm. Christ Church, matric. 27 Nov., 1581, aged 14; of the Inner Temple 1585, as of Brightwell, Oxon, died in 1627, brother of Dudley and father of John 1610. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Carleton, Guygent. Queen's Coll., matric. 20 May, 1625, aged 20; B.A. 15 Feb., 1625-6, M.A. 29 Jan., 1628-9, proctor 1635, D.D. 2 Aug., 1660, born at Brampton Foot, in Gilsland, Cumberland, vicar of Bucklebury, Berks, 1660, chaplain to the King, dean of Carlisle 1660, canon of Durham, 1660, bishop of Bristol 1672-9, and of Chichester 1679, until his death at Westminster 6 July, 1685. See Ath., iv. 866; & D.N.B.
Carleton, (Sir) John (Carlton)arm. fil. nat. max. B.A. from Christ Church 10 Feb., 1609-10, of Brightwell, Oxon, created a baronet 28 May, 1627, M.P. co. Cambridge 1628-9, died about Nov., 1637.
Carleton, Johns. Tho., of Appleby, Westmorland, gent. Queen's Coll., matric. 30 Oct., 1709, aged 16; B.A. 18 Feb., 1713-14, M.A. 1716, B. & D.D. 1727, rector of Weston, Sussex, 1721, vicar of Framfield, Sussex, 1723, of Aldham, Essex, 1725, and of Colchester St. Mary, 1735. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Carleton, Josiass. Edward, of London, gent. Brasenose Coll., matric. 12 June, 1689, aged 17; B.A. 11 Feb., 1692-3, B.C.L. 1695, of the Inner Temple 1690. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Carleton, Lancelotof Cumberland, pleb. Queen's Coll., matric. 17 June, 1586, aged 20. [21]
Carleton, Robertof Magdalen Hall, 1610. See Caulton.
Carlile, Christopher (Carleill)s. Francis, of Wells, Somerset, pleb. New Coll., matric. 1 March, 1632-3, aged 17; B.A. 30 June, 1637, as Carlisle, brother of John 1637.
Carlile, Edward (Carleill)of co. York, pleb. Christ Church, matric. 10 Oct., 1617, aged 24; B.A. 25 Oct., 1617, see John 1628.
Carlile, Henrys. Jo(hn), of Spaxton, Somerset, pleb. St. Alban Hall, matric. 20 May, 1675, aged 19; B.A. 4 Feb., 1678-9, rector of Brendon, Devon, 1686-94, rector of Spaxton 1709, as Carlisle, until his death in 1712, brother of John 1666. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [25]
Carlile, James (Carlyell or Carlyll)B.A. 24 Feb., 1539-40, M.A. 21 March, 1541-2, perhaps fellow of Queen's Coll., 1541.
Carlile, Jamesarm. Christ Church, matric. 29 May, 1652.
Carlile, John (Carliel)of co. York, pleb. Queen's Coll., matric. 21 Nov., 1628, aged 19; see Edward 1617.
Carlile, John (Carleill)s. Francis, of Wells, Somerset, pleb. Wadham Coll., matric. 1 Dec., 1637, aged 17; canon of Wells 1661, (? B.A. and rector of Spaxton, Somerset, 1645-1668, as Carlisle, and father of Henry 1675), brother of Christopher 1633.
Carlile, John (Carleill)s. Joh., of Spaxton, Somerset, minister. Hart Hall, matric. 6 April, 1666, aged 17; brother of Henry 1675.
Carlile, Jonathans. Fr., of Bishopton, co. York, p.p. University Coll., matric. 6 Feb., 1590-1, aged 19.
Carlyon, John (Carlyne)secular chaplain; B.A. 19 Nov., 1527, one of these names rector of Bristol, St. Mary Port, 1544, and of St. Michael Penkeville, Cornwall, 1557. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Carlyon, ThomasB.A. (sup. 4 June) 1526. [5]
Carman, Thomaspleb. New Coll., matric. 9 Dec., 1653.
Carmynowe, Thomasof Cornwall, arm. fil. nat. max. Exeter Coll., matric. 20 July, 1621, aged 20; son and heir of Thomas, of Polmagan, Cornwall, aged 18 at the Heralds' Visitation 1620, admon. (C.P.C.) 1 June, 1651.
Carmynowe, Williams. Thomas, of Trehannick, Cornwall, arm. Lincoln Coll., matric. 25 Nov., 1631, aged 18; of Trehannick, aged 11 at the Heralds' Visitation in 1620. See Vivian's Visitations of Cornwall.
Carnaby, Williams. Reginald, of Halton, Northumberland, gent. Queen's Coll., matric. 12 July, 1670, aged 17.
CarnayNicolas (Charney or Kernay); B.A. June, 1518, chaplain, M.A. 18 July, 1522. [10]
Carne, (Sir) Edward; B.C.L. 7 July1519, D.C.L. 1 Aug., 1524, 'disp. 27 Oct., because he is the official of the deacon of Berkshire, and likely to be in the King's service,' of Ewenny, co. Glamorgan, sheriff 1542 and 1554, (s. Howell Carne, of Cowbridge, co. Glamorgan), principal of Greek Hall, in St. Edward's parish, knighted by the Emperor Charles V., King's orator at Rome in 1530, in the matter of his divorce from Queen Catherine, M.P. Glamorgan, Nov. 1554-Jan. 1555, and Oct., to Dec., 1555, died at Rome 14 cal. Feb., 1561. See D.N.B. & Fasti, i. 66.
Carne, Edwards. John, of Ewenny, co. Glamorgan, arm. Gloucester Hall, matric. 9 March, 1637-8, aged 14; of the Middle Temple in 1640, and migrated to Lincoln's Inn in 1673. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Carne, Edwards. Edw(ard), of Cowbridge, co. Glamorgan, gent. Jesus Coll., matric. 27 May, 1663, aged 19; of Cowbridge, alderman, died 2 Dec., 1722, aged 81.
Carne, Edwards. John, of Carntowne, co. Glamorgan, gent. Trinity Coll., matric. 22 March, 1672-3, aged 15.
Carne, John (s. John)of co. Glamorgan, militis. Jesus Coll., matric. 16 June, 1610, aged 18; of Ewenny, co. Glamorgan, sheriff 1620, buried at Ewenny 27 March, 1644, father of Edward 1638.
Carne, Richards. Jo(hn), of Ewenny, co. Glamorgan, arm. Jesus Coll., matric. 27 Oct., 1685, aged 15; of Ewenny, co. Glamorgan, sheriff 1708, died 31 Aug., 1713. [16]
Carne, Williamof co. Glamorgan, arm. fil. nat. max. Jesus Coll., matric. 3 May, 1616, aged 17; of Nash, co. Glamorgan, eldest son of Sir Edward, a teller of the Exchequer, etc.
Carnegie, Jamess. Charles, of Brechin, co. Angus, Scotland, cler. Balliol Coll., matric. 24 Nov., 1709, aged 14. See Fraser's History of the Carnegies.
Carnegie, JohnM.A. Glasgow, s. David, of Scotland, gent. Balliol Coll., matric. 28 Sept., 1695, aged 22; incorp. 13 June, 1696, as M.A. Aberdeen. See Cat. Grads.
Carnegie, Roberts. Charles, of Farnwell, Scotland, cler. Balliol Coll., matric. 8 July, 1699, aged 13; B.A. 1703, M.A. 15 Jan., 1705-6. [20]
Carnsew, MatthewB.A. (? from Broadgates Hall) 26 March, 1575, M.A. 20 June, 1579; son of William, of St. Kew, buried there 30 Sept., 1613. s.p. brother of William. See O.H.S., xii. 50.
Carnsewe, Williamof Cornwall, arm. Broadgates Hall, matric-entry under date 1576, fellow All Souls' Coll. 1579, B.C.L. 5 Nov., 1588, M.P. Camelford 1597-8 & 1601, died s.p., admon. 5 July, 1627, brother of Matthew.
Carow, Edwardelected student of Christ Church 1575, from Westminster school. See Alumni West., 52.
Caro, Georgeof Somerset, gent. St. John's Coll., matric. 8 Dec., 1620, aged 17.
Carpenter, Alfreds. A., of 'Urb., Oxon,' p.p. Christ Church, matric. 18 July, 1679, aged 17; B.A. from St. Alban Hall 1685. [25]
Carpenter, Anthonys. William, of Denshanger, Northants, pleb. Trinity Coll., matric. 5 Dec., 1623, aged 14.
Carpenter, Edmundof Northants, pleb. Magdalen Coll., matric. 24 Nov., 1581, aged 19; demy 1580-6, B.A. 12 Nov., 1584, fellow 1586-1613, M.A. 10 July, 1590, B.D. 10 July, 1600, D.D. (sup. 7 July) 1608, vicar of Findon, Sussex, 1613, until his death in 1619. See Bloxam, iv. 222.
Carpenter, Edwardgent., of co. Oxon. New Coll., admitted 30 Oct., 1601, aged 43; called Edmund in Mat. Reg., probably father of the next named.
Carpenter, Edwardof co. Oxon, gent. St. John's Coll., matric. 13 Oct., 1615, aged 18; B.A. 29 Oct., 1616, bar.-at-law, Lincoln's Inn, 1627, and son and heir of Edward, late of City of Oxford, gent., deceased. See Foster's Judges and Barristers & O.H.S., iv. 281.
Carpenter, Edwardsubscribed 4 May, 1621, fellow Exeter Coll., 1625-41; B.A. 18 June, 1623, M.A. 28 April, 1626, B.D. 16 July, 1636 (incorp. at Cambridge 1640), D.D. by diploma 19 April, 1662, vicar of Melksham, Wilts, etc., 1640, and of Clevedon, Somerset, 1660, father of Philip 1671. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Boase, 62. [30]
Carpenter, Edwards. Richard, of Sherwell, Devon, pleb. Gloucester Hall, matric. 15 July, 1636, aged 16; B.A. 11 Feb., 1639-40.
Carpenter, Ferdinandoof Devon, pleb. Exeter Coll., matric. 12 Oct., 1610, aged, 20; B.A. 24 May, 1614, M.A. 10 May, 1617, rector of West Worlington, Devon, 1614, preb. of Higher Lyne in Chumleigh Collegiate Church, Devon, 1658. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Carpenter, Gilesof Devon, pleb. University Coll., matric. 20 March, 1592-3, aged 40.
Carpenter, Henrypleb. Oriel Coll., matric. 7 Feb., 1623-4, aged 18; B.A. same day (as Hector).
Carpenter, Henrys. Richard, of Collumpton, Devon, sacerd. Exeter Coll., matric. 11 June, 1624, aged 18; B.A. 21 Feb., 1627-8 (incorp. at Cambridge 1631), D.D. by diploma 19 April, 1662, vicar of Coventry, Holy Trinity, 1633-6, rector of Gretford, co. Lincoln, 1635-6, vicar of Steeple Ashton, Wilts, 1636-60, rector of Hilprington, Wilts, 1638-62, chaplain to the House of Commons, canon of Sarum 1660, rector of St. Dionis Backchurch, London, 1661-2, and of Stapleford Tawney, Essex, 1661-2, canon of Windsor 20 May, until his death 14 Oct., 1662, father of Richard 1666. See Fasti, ii. 264. [35]
Carpenter, JamesB.A. 19 Feb., 1629-30.
Carpenter, JohnBishop of Gloucester. See O.H.S., i. 16; & D.N.B.
Carpenter, Johnof Exeter Coll. 1570, rector of Northleigh, Devon, 1587-1621, father of Nathaniel 1605. See Ath. Ox., ii. 287; & D.N.B.
Carpenter, Johnof Dorset, pleb. Broadgates Hall, matric.-entry under date 28 April 1580, aged 23.
Carpenter, Johnof Cornwall, gent. Exeter Coll., matric. 6 July, 1587, aged 17.
Carpenter, Johnof Cornwall, pleb. Exeter Coll., matric. 5 May, 1615, aged 16.
Carpenter, Johnof Wilts, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 21 Jan., 1619-20, aged 18; B.A. 12 June, 1621, M.A. 16 April, 1624, vicar of Bitton, co. Gloucester, 1625. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Carpenter, Johndoctoris fil. Exeter Coll., matric. 4 May, 1627, aged 17; B.A. 2 June, 1627, M.A. 28 June, 1637, probably son of Richard 1592, and brother of Henry 1624.
Carpenter, Johnadmitted to Emanuel Coll., Cambridge, 20 June, 1645; B.A. from Magdalen Hall 27 June, 1650; M.A. from Brasenose Coll. 8 July, 1651; incorp. at Cambridge 1652. See Burrows, 43, 90. [5]
Carpenter, Johnpleb. Merton Coll., matric. 24 June, 1653; B.A. 5 March, 1656-7, vicar of Quethiock, Cornwall, 1671. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Carpenter, Johns. J., of Halesowen, Salop, pleb. Pembroke Coll, matric. 13 March, 1675-6, aged 15; B.A. 21 Feb., 1679-80, rector of Whitchurch, co. Warwick, 1684-8, vicar of Broxted alias Chawreth, Essex, 1690, and rector of Checkney, Essex, 1693, until 1739. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Carpender, John'cler. fil.' Lincoln Coll., matric. 27 Feb., 1689-90; B.A. 1693, M.A. 1696. See Rawlinson, iv. 242.
Carpenter, Johns. Rob., of Gloucester (city), p.p. University Coll., matric. 20 March, 1677-8, aged 16, B.A. 1681; M.A. from St. Mary Hall 1684, one of these names rector of Lillingstone Lovell, Oxon, 1712. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Carpenter, Johns. 'Jon,' of Halesowen, Salop, pleb. Merton Coll., matric. 19 Feb., 1713-14, aged 16; B.A. 6 Feb., 1718-19, M.A. 1720, one of these names vicar of Pagham, Sussex, 1729, and rector of Bignor 1743, brother of the next named. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [10]
Carpenter, Jonathans. Jon., of Halesowen, Salop, gent. Pembroke Coll., matric. 22 Feb., 1709-10, aged 16; B.A. 1 March, 1713-14; incorp. at Cambridge 1717, M.A. from King's Coll. 1717, vicar of Brailes, co. Warwick, 1723, and rector of Sheldon 1729, brother of the last named. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Carpenter, Michael(? of Lincoln Coll.), B.A. 13 July, 1530, M.A. 19 Dec., 1532, vicar of Scalford, co. Leicester, 1554. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & O.H.S., i. 160.
Carpenter, Nathanielof Devon, 'cler. fil.' St. Edmund Hall, matric. 7 June, 1605, aged 16; fellow of Exeter Coll. 1607, B.A. 5 July, 1610, M.A. 28 April, 1613, B.D. 11 May, 1620 (son of John, rector of Northleigh, Devon), chaplain to Dr. Usher, primate of Ireland, schoolmaster of the King's Wards, in Dublin, died there in 1628. See Ath., ii. 322; D.N.B.; & Boase, 56.
Carpenter, Philips. Edw., of Melsum (Melksham), Wilts, minister. Exeter Coll., matric. 20 Oct., 1671, aged 16; B.A. 1675, M.A. 1678.
Carpenter, Richardof Cornwall, pleb. Exeter Coll., matric. 28 May, 1592, aged 15; B.A. 19 Feb., 1595-6, fellow 1596-1606, M.A. 7 Nov., 1598 B.D. 25 June, 1611, D.D. 10 Feb., 1616-17, vicar of Collumpton 1602, and rector of Sherwill 1605, and Loxhore, near Barnstaple, 1611, died at Loxhore 18 Dec., 1627, aged 52, buried in the chancel, father of John 1627. See D.N.B.; Ath., ii. 418; & Boase, 52. [15]
Carpenter, Richardof Somerset, pleb. Exeter Coll., matric. 11 Aug., 1593, aged 20; B.A. 8 July, 1596 (in his supplicate he says he is teaching boys in Cornwall).
Carpenter, Richards. Henry, of Steeple Ashton, Wilts, minister. Christ Church, matric. 30 May, 1666, aged 17; B.A. 1669, M.A. 1672, vicar of Teynton, Devon, 1676, licenced, 16 Jan., 1676-7, as of East Grinstead, Wilts, to marry Grace Paynell, of St. Margaret, Westminster, spr., canon of Exeter 1692, until his death in 1697. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Marriage Licences, ed. Foster.
Carpenter, Robertfellow of Exeter Coll. 1568-79, B.A. 22 Nov., 1571, M.A. 18 June, 1575, one of these names M.P. Rye 1575-83, 1584-5, 1586-7, 1588-9, and 1593. See Foster's Parliamentary Dictionary & Boase, 45.
Carpenter, Roberts. William, of Culham, Oxon, pleb. Oriel Coll., matric. 6 Dec., 1622, aged 18; B.A. 21 June, 1625, M.A. 15 May, 1628, vicar of Compton Dundon, Somerset, 1640. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Carpenter, Roberts. Edw., of Barnstaple, Devon, gent. Exeter Coll., matric. 30 March, 1677, aged 15; B.A. 1680, M.A. 1683, rector of Stoke Rivers, Devon, 1685, and of Bickleigh, Devon, 1694, father of the next named. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [20]
Carpenter, Roberts. Rob., of Stoke Rivers, Devon, cler. Exeter Coll., matric. 14 March, 1705-6, aged 17; B.A. 1709, M.A. 1712, rector of Stoke Rivers, Devon, 1712. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Carpenter, ThomasB.A. 12 Nov., 1534, one of these names canon of Hereford 1548, rector of Byford, co. Hereford, 1550, and of Kinnersley 1567. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Carpenter, Thomasfellow of All Souls' Coll. 1569-77, B.A. 1 Feb., 1571-2, M.A. 25 Nov., 1575, will proved at Oxford 16 Aug., 1577. See Reg., i. 280; & O.H.S., xii. 12.
Carpenter, Thomasof Cornwall, pleb. Exeter Coll., matric. 14 May, 1590, aged 18.
Carpenter, Thomasof Southampton, pleb. St. John's Coll., matric. 22 June, 1610, aged 18.
Carpenter, Thomass. Joseph, of London, gent. Exeter Coll. (subscribed) 3 July, 1704, aged 18; of the Inner Temple 1704. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. [26]
Carpenter, Thomass. Rob., of Exeter (city), cler. Exeter Coll., matric. 6 March, 1709-10, aged 18; B.A. 1713, rector of Arlington, Devon, 1720, vicar of Weston Beggard, co. Hereford, 1738, etc. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Carpender, Williamof co. Hereford, student of Christ Church 1648 (by the visitors), B.A. 23 Feb., 1649-50, M.A. 24 June, 1652, proctor 1656, Pauline exhibitioner 1647-53 (see St. Paul's School Reg., 43), Whyte professor of moral philosophy 1657-60, rector of Staunton-upon-Wye, co. Hereford, 1660, and of Calverton, Bucks, 1661. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Burrows, 152, 211.
Carpender, Williams. Thomas, of Watford, Berks, gent. Christ Church, matric. 27 May, 1669, aged 16; bar.-at-law, Lincoln's Inn, 1680. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Carpmell, NicholasSee Cartmel. [30]
Carre, Alangent. Queen's Coll., matric. 26 Oct., 1660, B.A. 1663; M.A. from All Souls' Coll. 1667, proctor 1671, buried in All Souls' Chapel 5 Sept., 1676. See Gutch, i. 296.
Carr, Antony (Karre)B.A. 10 April, 1532, M.A. 18 Feb., 1538-9, vicar of Steeple Claydon, Bucks, 1549, rector of Fringford, Oxon, 1555. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Carr, Cuthberts. James, of Newcastle, Northumberland, arm. Corpus Christi Coll., matric. 28 Aug., 1634, aged 15; of Gray's Inn 1635. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.
Carre, EdwardB.A. 7 June, 1565, one of these names of the Middle Temple 1567, as 2nd son of William, of Bristol, gent. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Carr, Edwardof London, pleb. Broadgates Hall, matric. 27 March, 1584, aged 15; of the Middle Temple 1586, as son and heir of Robert, of St. Clement Danes, London, gent. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Carr, George (Care)B.A. (sup. 20 Jan.) 1506-7.
Car, Georgeof co. Lincoln, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 7 June, 1616, aged 17; B.A. 4 Feb., 1618-19, rector of Tothill, co. Lincoln, 1628. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Carre, Georgeof co. York, pleb. University Coll., matric. 10 Nov., 1620, aged 17; bar.-at-law of Gray's Inn 24 May, 1633, as son and heir of William, of South Hague, Yorks, gent., deceased. See Foster's Judges and Barristers. [5]
Carr, Josephs. J(oseph), of Newcastle-on-Tyne, gent. Corpus Christi Coll., matric. 11 Nov., 1706, aged 16; B.A. 1710, of the Inner Temple 1709, vicar of Bywell St. Andrew's, Northumberland, 1719. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Carr, Mathew(? B.A. from Queen's Coll., Cambridge, 1618), incorp. as M.A. 30 April, 1629, vicar of Edlesborough, Bucks, 1632. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Carre, NicolasB.C.L. (sup. 27 June) 1509, B.Can.L. 1 July, 1510. See Cooper, i. 44.
Carr, Nicholass. John, of Bushley, co. Worcester, pleb. Merton Coll., matric. 11 Oct., 1639, aged 18; created B.Med. 16 Jan., 1642-3, D.Med. 2 Aug., 1660, practiced at Ludlow, father of the next named.
Carre, Nicholass. Nic., of Ludlow, Salop, doctoris. All Souls' Coll., matric. 16 July, 1669, aged 16; B.A. 1673. [10]
Carre, RichardB.A. from Christ Coll., Cambridge, 1667, M.A. 1671, incorp. 11 June, 1671, rector of Huntingdon All Saints, and vicar of Huntingdon St. Mary, 1677, etc., canon of Lincoln 1679, until deprived for refusing to take the oath of allegiance 1689-90, died 26 Jan., 1708-9. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Le Neve, ii. 154.
Carre, Robertfellow All Souls' Coll. 1560, B.A. 8 July, 1570, M.A. 7 Oct., 1573, rector of St. Clement, Eastcheap, London, 1575, and of Wickdyve (or Wicken), Northants, 1581, etc. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Carre, Robertof co. Lincoln, arm. Balliol Coll., matric.-entry under date 20 Dec., 1577, aged 18; perhaps of Gray's Inn 1580, son of George, of Sleaford, co. Lincoln, and died 24 Feb., 1592-3.
Carr, Roberts. William, of Newcastle, arm. University Coll., matric. 14 March, 1694-5, aged 16; B.A. 9 March, 1698-9, administration (at Oxford) 16 April, 1714.
Carr, Samuels. Edward, of London, pleb. Trinity Coll., matric. 11 May, 1665, aged 15. [15]
Carr, Thomasof Christ Church 1553; B.A. (sup. Jan.) 1555-6, one of these names rector of Postwick, Norfolk, 1562. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Car, Thomasof Somerset, pleb. Exeter Coll., matric. 15 March, 1604-5, aged 15; B.A. 18 Dec., 1608, M.A. 28 June, 1615, as Carr, one of these names rector of Little Fakenham, Suffolk, 1616, of Mickfield 1619, and of Ashington, Sussex, 1619, etc. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Carre, Thomass. Thomas, of Brockston, co. Chester, pleb. Oriel Coll., matric. 4 May, 1627, aged 18; B.A. 13 July, 1630.
Carr, Thomas'serv.' Pembroke Coll., matric. 28 June, 1659.
Carr, Thomass. Tho., of Petworth, Sussex, gent. St. Edmund Hall, matric. 23 Nov., 1666, aged 15; B.A. from Merton Coll. 1670, M.A. 1673, rector of West Thorney, Sussex, 1674, and vicar of North Mundham, Sussex, 1679, licenced 26 April, 1678 (as of Chichester) to marry Elizabeth Peckham, of Chichester, spr. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [20]
Carre, Williamof co. York, pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric. 19 Oct., 1582, aged 18; B.A. from Lincoln Coll. 13 June, 1586.
Carre, WilliamM.A. Edinburgh University, incorp. 14 Dec., 1653, one of these names vicar of Bexhill, Sussex, 1660, etc. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Carr, Williamarm. Christ Church, matric. 1 April, 1656; B.C.L. from All Souls' Coll. 15 Oct., 1664, bar.-at-law, Gray's Inn, 29 May, 1663, cursitor baron during the revolution 1685-8; as son and heir of Sir Robert Carr, of Etal, Northumberland, knight, bachelor, aged 27, he had licence (12 Nov., 1661) to marry Margaret, daughter of Hugh Boscawen, of Tregothnan, Cornwall, esq., deceased; died in 1689. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Carr, Williams. William, of Newcastle-on-Tyne, arm. University Coll., matric. 22 June, 1683, aged 18; of Lincoln's Inn 1683. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Carr, Williams. George, of London, gent. Wadham Coll., matric. 27 Oct., 1694, aged 16; of Lincoln's Inn 1692. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. [25]
Carr, Williams. William, of Ashott, Northumberland, gent. Lincoln Coll., matric. 7 July, 1704, aged 15; of the Inner Temple 1707. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Carrick, Henry (Carique)of co. Gloucester, gent. Magdalen Hall, matric.-entry under date 7 July, 1578, aged 16.
Carrick, Johnstudent of Christ Church 1647, from Westminster School (son of a parliamentarian officer), expelled by the parliamentary visitors 1648, readmitted 1649. See Ath., iv. 404; Alumni West., 128; & Burrows.
Carricke, Richard (Carrique)of co. Gloucester, gent. Trinity Coll., matric.-entry under date 11 Nov., 1574, aged 15; sometime of Clifford's Inn, and of Inner Temple 1583, as Caryque, father of Richard 1605. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Caricke, Richardof London, gent. Brasenose Coll., matric. 22 Oct., 1602, aged 16. [30]
Caricke, Richardof co. Gloucester, gent. Queen's Coll., matric. 22 Feb., 1604-5, aged 17; of the Middle Temple 1606, as son and heir of Richard, of Painswick, co. Gloucester. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Carrill, Blase (Caryll)s. Richard, of London, gent. Christ Church, matric. 1 Feb., 1646-7, aged 16; a student from Westminster School, but deprived by the parliamentary visitors 1648, bar.-at-law, Gray's Inn, 1656, entered his pedigree at the visitation of Surrey 1623. See Burrows; Alumni West., 125; & Foster's Gray's Inn Admissions.
Carrill, Charles (Carill)s. Joh., of Gloucester (city), p.p. Merton Coll., matric. 4 April, 1696, aged 16, B.A. 1699; M.A. from New Coll. 1702, rector of Winnall, Hants, 1707 (as Caryll). See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Carrill, Henry (Carell)s. William, of Southwark, Surrey, gent. New Inn Hall, matric. 15 Oct., 1630, aged 22; B.A. 20 Oct., 1632, brother of Sampson.
Carrill, JohnB.A. 1579, written Kerell. [35]
Carrill, John1s. Simon, of Guildford, Surrey, arm. Trinity Coll., matric. 29 Jan., 1629-30. aged 16; of Gray's Inn 1630. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.
Carrill, Josephof London, gent. Exeter Coll., matric. 20 July, 1621, aged 17; B.A. 17 Feb., 1624-5, M.A. 2 June, 1627, preacher to the hon. society of Lincoln's Inn 1632-47, one of the Westminster assembly of divines 1643, minister of St. Magnus, near London Bridge, 1645, until ejected under the act of uniformity 1662, died 25 Feb., 1672. See Ath., iii. 979; Calamy, i. 146; & D.N.B., ix. 253.
Carrill, (Sir) Richard (Carill)of London, mil. fil. Trinity Coll., matric. 25 Oct., 1605, aged 15; B.A. 11 May, 1608, of the Inner Temple 1605, as of Harting, Sussex, gent., and grandson of a bencher (son of Sir Edward and grandson of John, serjt.-atlaw 1540), knighted at Greenwich 26 May, 1615, and died 16 Sept., 1616, aged 26, half-brother of Thomas 1588. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Carrill, Robert (Carrell)pleb. Exeter Coll., matric. 2 April, 1652; B.A. 11 Oct., 1655, M.A. 12 Oct., 1659. See Calamy, ii. 96.
Carrill, Sampson (Carell)s. William, of Southwark, Surrey, sacerd. Oriel Coll., matric. 11 June, 1624, aged 17; B.A. from Pembroke Coll. 31 Jan., 1626-7, M.A. 5 July, 1630, sequestered to rectory of East Horsley, Surrey, 1647, and ejected for nonconformity in 1662, brother of Henry. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus; Calamy, iii. 304; & Add. MS., 15,671.
Carrill, Simonof Surrey, gent. Queen's Coll., matric. 2 March, 1591-2, aged 15; of the Inner Temple 1595. as of Tangley, married Elizabeth, daughter of Francis, Lord Aungier, Baron of Longford, father of John 1630. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. [5]
Carrill, (Sir) Thomas (Caryll)of Sussex. Oriel Coll., matric. 8 June, 1588, aged 15 (as arm.); of Bentons in Shipley, Sussex (son of Sir Edward), father and son seem to have been knighted on the same day, viz., 11 May, 1603, baptized at Warnham 12 April, 1571, died 30 Jan., 1616-17, half-brother of Richard 1605.
Carrill, Thomas (Caryll)arm. fil. nat. max., allowed to count 8 terms at Cambridge 14 June, 1604; B.A. from Hart Hall 21 June, 1604, M.A. 2 May, 1607, son of Robert, of London, rector of Harting, Sussex, 1628 (as Caryll), and of Slindon 1640, chaplain to George Abbot, Archbishop of Canterbury 1623. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus; O.H.S., x. 371; & Add. MS., 15,670, p. 238.
Carrill, William (CarrellCarell or Carryll), of St. Alban Hall; B.A. 3 July, 1569.
Carrill, William (Carell)of Wadham Coll. 1714. See p. 236.
Carrington, GervaisB.C.L. 27 Oct., 1579, vicar of Powick, co. Worcester, 1568, and of Longdon 1571, rector of Hazleton, co. Gloucester, 1574, vicar of Beckford, co. Gloucester, 1576, preb. of Worcester 1577, rector of Marston Sicca, co. Gloucester, 1579, and of Brinklowe, co. Warwick, 1581, vicar of Cropthorne 1581, and of Bromsgrove, co. Worcester, 1590, died 17 Aug., 1611. See Foster's Index.
Carrington, John'servitor,' s. J., of Blackerhall, co. York, p.p. University Coll., matric. 4 Feb., 1669-70, aged 17. [11]
Carrington, Thomass. Thomas, of Ince, co. Chester, gent. Brasenose Coll., matric. 10 July, 1704, aged 16.
CarriqueSee Carrick.
Carron, William'typotheta,' s. J., of Edinborough; privilegiatus 4 March, 1691-2, aged 30.
CarslakeSee also Karslake. [15]
Carslake, Abrahams. Joh., of Sidmouth, Devon, gent. Exeter Coll., matric. 8 March, 1697-8, aged 17; B.A. 1701, M.A. 1704, B.Med. 1708, physician in H.M.'s fleet 1709. See Munk's Roll, ii. 26.
Carslake, Richard'ser.,' s. Richard, of Sidbury, Devon, pleb., p.p. Exeter Coll., matric. 5 April, 1661, aged 18.
Carslake, William'serv.' Exeter Coll., matric. 13 Feb., 1648-9; B.A. 26 Feb., 1652-3, M.A. 17 June, 1657, ejected from the cure of Werrington, Devon, 1662, under the Act of Uniformity. See Calamy, ii. 96.
Carslegh, Antonys. John, of Oxford, pleb. Balliol Coll., matric. 15 May, 1640, aged 15; B.A. 18 Dec., 1643, yeoman bedel of arts 1680. See also Karsley & Ath.'s Life, p. 88.
Carslegh, George (CaseleyCaslay or Caylsey); B.A. 8 July, 1532, a schoolmaster, vicar of Buckfastleigh, Devon, 1550. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Carslegh, Peter (CaseleyCaslay or Caylsey); fellow Exeter Coll. 1483, proctor 1488, D.D. (disp. 15 March) 1505-6, canon of Exeter, vicar of Menheniot, Cornwall, 1513, of Broadclist, Devon, and of Winscombe. Somerset, 1521-32, died in 1536. See Boase, 26; & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [21]
Carslegh, Stephen (Casleye or Caslegh)B.A. 25 Feb., 1521-2; fellow Exeter Coll. 1522, M.A. (sup. 16 Feb.) 1524-5, B.Med. (sup. in Mich. term) 1541, after studying 12 years. See Boase, 32.
Carswell, Francispleb. (altered to arm.). Exeter Coll., matric. 3 April, 1658; B.A. 1660, M.A. 19 Jan., 1663-4, B. & D.D. 1681, vicar of Bray, Berks, chaplain to Charles II., etc., died 24 Aug., 1709, described by Hearne as an old, rich, stingy turncoat, hated in his parish. See Hearne, i. 73, 302, ii. 24; & Fasti, ii. 381.
Carswill, Johnof Devon, gent. Exeter Coll., matric. 17 Dec., 1619, aged 18.
Carswell, Solomonof Devon, pleb. Exeter Coll., matric. 3 May, 1621, aged 20; B.A. 5 Feb., 1623-4, sequestered to the rectory of Woodham Ferrers, which he resigned about 2 May, 1646, for his living in the west, from whence he was driven by the King's forces. Add. MS., 15,670, p. 79; & Calamy, i. 350.
Carswell, Williamof Somerset, pleb. Balliol Coll., matric. 17 May, 1588, aged 18. [26]
Carswell, Williams. Th., of Newport, Salop, pleb. Jesus Coll., matric. 1 March, 1691-2, aged 18 (called Calewell in Mat. Reg.); B.A. from Balliol Coll. 1698 as Carswell.
Cart, Josephs. William, of Aldchurch, co. Worcester, pleb. New Inn Hall, matric. 23 May, 1672, aged 18; B.A. 29 Jan., 1675-6.
Cart, Samuels. Thomas, of Coventry. co. Warwick, pleb. Magdalen Coll., matric. 10 June, 1669, aged 17; B.A. 27 Feb., 1672-3, M.A. 21 Oct., 1675, incorp. at Cambridge 1680, born at Coventry 21 Oct., 1652, canon of Lichfield 1682, vicar of Clifton upon Dunsmore 1684-91, master of the free school at Coventry 1691, vicar of Dunchurch, co. Warwick, 1697, rector of Eastwell, co. Leicester, 1699, vicar of St. Martin, Leicester, 1712, until his death at Leicester 16 April, 1740, father of Thomas. See Rawlinson, iv. 104; & D.N.B.
Carte, Sidneys. Jos., of Leigh, Kent, cler. University Coll., matric. 3 June, 1680, aged 11. [30]
Cart, Thomass. Samuel, of Clifton-on-Dunsmore, co. Warwick, cler. University Coll., matric. 8 July, 1698, aged 12; B.A. from Brasenose Coll. 1702; incorp. at Cambridge 1706, and M.A. from King's Coll. 1706, historical writer, reader at Bath Abbey Church 1707, £1,000 was offered, 13 Aug., 1722, for the apprehension of Thos. Cart, a nonjuring clergyman, accused of high treason; died 2 April, 1754, buried in Yattendon church, Berks, 11th. See Rawlinson, iii. 317, 389, 421; & D.N.B.
Cart, Thomas Chews. James, of St. Mary le Bow, London, gent. Wadham Coll., matric. 9 July, 1711, aged 16.
Cart, Williamof Wadham Coll. 1694. See Carr.
CarterSee also Cater.
Carter, Abrahamgent., 'Natus Genevæ.' Hart Hall, matric. 8 July, 1586, aged 19; subscribed his name 'Carterius.' [35]
Carter, BartholomewB.A. from Trinity Coll., Cambridge, 1579, incorp. (? as Palmer) 6 Feb., 1579-80, vicar of Llanynys, co. Brecon, 1595, rector of Maesmynis 1595, preb. of Brecon 1597. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Carter, Benjamins. Jerem., of London, gent. Christ Church, matric. 17 Dec., 1686, aged 19; B.A. 1690, M.A. 1693, chaplain to Duke of Devonshire, rector of Wilford, Notts, 1694, sinecure-rector Llandrillo, in Edeirnion, co. Merioneth, 1700, canon of Southwell 1705, rector of St. Martin's Outwich, 1719, and of West Ham, Essex, 1725. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Alumni West., 205.
Carter, BrianB.A. (sup. 21 June) 1529.
Carter, Charles; B.A. from Magdalen Coll.Cambridge, 1651, incorp. as M.A. 10 July, 1655; one of these names rector of Irthlingborough, Northants, 1664, etc. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Carter, Danielof co. Chester, pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric. 16 June, 1610, aged 16, administration at Oxford granted 11 April, 1621.
Carter, Edmonds. 'Randol.' of Foston, co. Leicester. pleb. Gloucester Hall, matric. 20 Feb., 1623-4, aged 18. [5]
Carter, Edwardof co. Warwick, pleb. Gloucester Hall, matric. 21 Jan., 1591-2, aged 17.
Carter, Edward(alias Good). See Good 1601.
Carter, Edwards. Thomas, of Middlewich, co. Chester, minister. Brasenose Coll., matric. 6 Dec., 1622, aged 18; B.A. 7 July, 1623, one of these names rector of Foston, co. Leicester, 1633 (see Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus), another sequestered to vicarage of Little Tey, Essex, 1646. See Add. MS., 15,670.
Carter, Edwards. William, of Brise Norton, Oxon, gent. Exeter Coll., matric. 19 Aug., 1636, aged 13; bar.-at-law, Inner Temple, 1647. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Carter, Edwards. Edward, of Thorp, Surrey, minister. Lincoln Coll., matric. 25 May, 1661, aged 17; (his father instituted vicar of Thorpe, 8 Oct., 1661, etc. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [10]
Carter, Edwards. Edward, of Marlborough, Wilts, gent. Christ Church, matric. 14 March, 1662-3, aged. 16.
Carter, Edwards. Goddard, of Ogburn, Wilts, gent. Magdalen Hall, matric. 17 March, 1681-2, aged 17; B.C.L. 1688.
Carter, Edwards. E(dward), of St. Albans, Herts, cler. Magdalen Coll., matric. 6 Nov., 1688, aged 16, demy 1689-95, B.A. 1692, M.A. 1695, rector of Ayott St. Lawrence, Herts, 1697, his father rector of St. Alban's, Herts, 1663, vicar of King's Langley 1670, archdeacon of St. Albans 1683, canon of St. Paul's 1684. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Bloxam, vi. 98.
Carter, Eliass. Eli, of Devon, p.p. Exeter Coll., matric. 23 March, 1692-3, aged 18; B.A. 1696.
Carter, Francisarm. Magdalen Hall, matric. 19 Nov., 1650. [15]
Carter, Georges. Thomas, of Egerton, Kent, gent. University Coll., matric. 4 April, 1690, aged 17; B.A. 1693, fellow Oriel Coll., 25 June, 1694, M.A. 1696, proctor 1706, B. & D.D. 1708, provost 1708-27, rector of West Cholderton, Wilts, 1709, canon of St. Paul's 1714, of Peterboro 1719, and of Rochester 1719, vicar of Lydd, Kent, 1719, until his death 30 Sept., 1727, will proved at Oxford 10 May, 1729. See Gutch, i. 136.
Carter, Georges. Thomas, of Sigston, co. York, paup. University Coll., matric. 3 Dec., 1690, aged 18; B.A. 1694.
Carter, Goddardarm. Magdalen Hall, matric. 6 June, 1660, of Ogbourne, Wilts, father of Edward 1602.
Carter, Henrys. H., of Manningtree, Essex, pleb. Oriel Coll., matric. 22 Oct., 1689, aged 19; B.A. 1693.
Carter, Isaacs. Laur., of Paulersperry, Northants, gent. Lincoln Coll., matric. 1 July, 1664, aged 17; B.A. 1668, M.A. 1671, vicar of Haydor, co. Lincoln, 1675, canon of Lincoln 1678, until his death 1687. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [20]
Carter, Jamesfellow Exeter Coll, 1530-8; B.A. 19 June, 1531, M.A. 22 Nov., 1533, as 'Cater.' See Boase, 33.
Carter, Jamesof Cornwall, arm. Exeter Coll., matric. 23 Feb., 1598-9. aged 17; B.A. 30 June, 1603, of Lincoln's Inn 1605, vicar of Lostwithiel, Cornwall, 1616, and brother of John 1594, and of Richard 1593. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Inns of Court Reg.
Cartar, JohnB.C.L. (sup. 13 May) 1506.
Carter, Johnof Somerset, 'cler. fil.' Magdalen Coll., matric. 24 Nov., 1581, aged 20.
Carter, Johnof Cornwall, pleb. Broadgates Hall, matric. 28 June, 1594, aged 18; B.A. from Balliol Coll. 25 Feb., 1597-8, of St. Columb, Cornwall, buried there 2 Feb., 1668, brother of James 1599, and of Richard 1593. See Vivian's Visitations of Cornwall. [25]
Carter, Johnof co. Gloucester, gent. Queen's Coll., matric. 3 May, 1611, aged 16.
Carter, Johnof Bucks, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 4 June, 1619, aged 15; B.A. 24 Oct., 1622, M.A. 7 July, 1625, B.Med. 21 June, 1631, licence to practice medicine 28 June, 1631, created D.Med. 31 Aug., 1636, after a practitioner of his faculty near to Chancery Lane in London. See Fasti, i. 493.
Carter, Johns. Francis, of Southwark, Surrey, gent. Corpus Christi Coll., matric. 7 Nov., 1623, aged 16; B.A. from Pembroke Coll. 1 June, 1627 (? M.A. from Magdalen Hall 24 April, 1630).
Carter, Johns. William, of Whethamstead, Herts, gent. Christ Church, matric. 24 July, 1624, aged 18; B.A. 18 Feb., 1627-8 (? M.A. as preceding entry). See Alumni West., 93.
Cartur, Johns. Robert, of Widnes, co. Lancaster, pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric. 20 Oct., 1626, aged 19; B.A. 5 May, 1631. [30]
Carter, Johns. John, of Crawley, Beds, pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric. 16 Oct., 1635, aged 17; B.A. 24 May, 1639.
Carter, Johns. John, of Pilton, Wilts, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 31 March, 1637, aged 18; B.A. 12 Nov., 1640, rector of Winterslow, Wilts, 1645. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Carter, Johngent. Lincoln Coll., matric. 24 May, 1639, aged 18.
Cartar, Johns. Samuel, of North Weston, Oxon, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 4 June, 1641, aged 15; B.A. 28 Nov., 1644 (? created M.A. 14 April, 1648).
Carter, Johngent. Christ Church, matric. 15 June, 1657; M.A. from Brasenose Coll. 1662.
Carter, Johns. George, of London, gent. Corpus Christi Coll., matric. 21 May, 1669, aged 17; died in College 27 April, 1671, aged 19. See Gutch, i. 407. [36]
Carter, Johns. Tho., of Sarum, Wilts, pleb. Queen's Coll., matric. 31 March, 1683, aged 17.
Carter, Johns. Tho., of Oxford (city), paup. University Coll., matric. 17 Dec., 1686, aged 11.
Carter, Josephs. John, of Kings Norton, co. Worcester, pleb. New Inn Hall, matric. 15 May, 1662, aged 23.
Carter, Kenelmfellow of Exeter Coll. 1566-83, B.A. 18 Feb., 1565-6, M.A. 21 Nov., 1569. See Boase, 45. [40]
Carter, (Sir) Laurences. L(aurence), of Leicester (city), gent. Trinity Coll., matric. 30 May, 1688, aged 16; bar.-at-law, Inner Temple, 1694, and of Lincoln's Inn (ad eundem) 1702. K.C. and a bencher 1716, treasurer 1717, recorder of Leicester 1697-1729, solicitor-general to the Prince of Wales 1717, serjeant-at-law 1 Feb., 1723, king's serjeant 1724, baron of Exchequer (and knighted) 1726-45, M.P. Leicester 1698-1702 & 1722-6, Beeralston 1710-22, died 14 March, 1744-5. See Foster's Judges and Barristers; D.N.B.; & Foss.
Carter, Nathanielpleb. Brasenose Coll., matric. 26 May, 1653; B.A. 13 Oct., 1656, M.A. 2 July, 1659.
Carter, Nicholasof Beds, pleb. Lincoln Coll., matric.-entry under date 24 July, 1580, aged 17.
Carter, NicholasB.A. from Clare Hall., Cambridge, 1648, incorp. as M.A. 14 July, 1657.
Carter, Peterof Cheshire, pleb. All Souls' Coll., matric. 6 Feb., 1606-7, aged 15; B.A. from Hart Hall 17 Dec., 1610; M.A. from Brasenose Coll. 17 May, 1614, rector of Wolhampton, Berks, 1614. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Carter, Richardchaplain; M.A. 25 Jan., 1505-6, B.Can.L. 1 July, 1510, vicar of Pilton, Somerset, 1512, and of Kewstock, Somerset, 1520. See Weaver.
Carter, Richardof Cornwall, gent. Exeter Coll., matric. 27 April, 1593, aged 17; of the Middle Temple 1596 (as son and heir of John, of St. Columb, Cornwall, gent.), buried at St. Columb Major 2 April, 1630, brother of James 1599, and John 1594. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Carter, Richardof Bucks, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 4 June, 1619, aged 17. [5]
Carter, Richards. John, of Columb, Cornwall, arm. Exeter Coll., matric. 9 Sept., 1634, aged 17; of St. Columb, M.P. 1654-5 & 1656-8, buried 29 Jan., 1668, aged 46. See Vivian's Visitations of Cornwall.
Cartar, Richards. Henry, of Ruiselip, Surrey, gent. Trinity Coll., matric. 5 April, 1639, aged 16; B.A. 12 Nov., 1642, M.A. 12 July, 1645, by virtue of the chancellor's letters.
Cartar, Richards. William, of Stevenage, Herts, pleb. All Souls' Coll., matric. 16 April, 1641, aged 18.
Carter, Richard'printer,' s. Henry, of Oxford (city), pleb.; privilegiatus 30 Oct., 1663, aged 34.
Carter, Richards. Joh., of Winterslow, Wilts, minister. Wadham Coll., matric. 18 March, 1669-70, aged 16; B.A. from Hart Hall 1673, M.A. 1676, rector of Charlton Mackrell, Somerset, 1686, and of Kingsdon, Somerset, 1690. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [10]
Carter, Richards. R., of Ottery, Devon, paup. Exeter Coll., matric. 28 March, 1688, aged 16; B.A. 1691, rector of Lew Trenchard, Devon, 1700. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Carter, Richards. R(ichard), of Oxford (city), pleb. Balliol Coll., matric. 14 July, 1688, aged 15; of Chilton, Bucks, bar.-at-law, Inner Temple, 1698, bencher 1721, treasurer 1733, justice of Anglesey, etc., 1720, chief justice of Glamorgan, Brecon, and Radnor 1721, buried at Chilton June, 1755, aged 83. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Cartar, RobertM.A. (disp. 13 June) 1506, proctor 1508, sup. as chaplain for B.Can.L.; B.D. (disp. 16 Dec.) 1520, because in attendance on the Cardinal, D.D. (sup. 15 April) 1524, steward of the 'hospice' of Cardinal Wolsey, canon of the College of Henry VIII. in Oxford (Christ Church), vicar of Bathford, Somerset, 1502, rector of St. Martin Vintry, London, 1519, vicar of All Saints, Barking, 1525-30. See Fasti, i. 66.
Carter, Samuel'subscribed' 3 Dec., 1613; B.A. from Trinity Coll. 16 July, 1617, M.A. 28 June, 1620, one of these names rector of Ackworth, Yorks, 1634-46. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Carter, SamuelM.A. Cambridge, incorp. 15 July, 1617. [15]
Carter, Samuel'cler. fil.' Christ Church, matric. 26 Nov., 1650, B.A. 1 Feb., 1653-4; fellow of Oriel Coll. by the visitors 1654, M.A. 3 July, 1656, chaplain of Magdalen College 1660-2, vicar of Findon, Sussex, 1662-77. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus; Bloxam, ii. 167; & Burrows.
Carter, Samuels. John, of Plymouth, Devon, gent. Trinity Coll., matric. 7 May, 1668, aged 19; bar.-at-law, Lincoln's Inn, 1675. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Carter, ThomasB.A. — Oct., 1537, fellow of Merton Coll. 1538-48, M.A. 29 July, 1541. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & O.H.S., iv. 258.
Carter, Thomasof Cheshire, pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric. 20 Jan., 1597-8, aged 19; B.A. 18 Jan., 1601-2.
Carter, Thomasof Cheshire, pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric. 31 Oct., 1606, aged 18; B.A. from Christ Church 26 June, 1610. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [20]
Carter, ThomasM.A. Cambridge, incorp. 13 July, 1624.
Carter, Thomasgent. Queen's Coll., matric. 2 July, 1658; one of these names son and heir of Thomas, of North Weston, Oxon, bar.-at-law, Gray's Inn, 1668, bencher 1688, and treasurer 1701. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.
Carter, Thomas1s. John, of Kinmell, co. Denbigh, equitis. Trinity Coll., matric. 8 March, 1666-7, aged 18; of Kinmell, his father knighted at Whitehall 7 June, 1660, died 25 Nov., 1676. See Le Neve's Knights, p. 65.
Carter, Thomass. Robert, of Selby, co. York, p.p. Magdalen Coll., matric. 14 March, 1672-3, aged 17.
Carter, Thomass. Lanc., of Leicester (city), gent. Trinity Coll., matric. 4 May, 1699, aged 17.
Cartar, Walters. Richard, of Arlingham, co. Gloucester, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 1 July, 1642, aged 19. [26]
Carter, Walters. Sam., of Tavistock, Devon, p.p. New Inn Hall, matric. 8 March, 1677-8, age. 17; B.A. 12 March, 1684-5.
Carter, Williamof Wilts, pleb. Exeter Coll., matric. 1 Feb., 1582-3, aged 15.
Carter, Williamof Berks, gent. Queen's Coll., matric. 7 May, 1602, aged 17; B.A. 4 Feb., 1605-6, of the Middle Temple 1606, as son and heir of William, of Hagbourne, Berks. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Carter, Williamof co. Oxon, pleb. Trinity Coll., matric. 3 Nov., 1615, aged 18; B.A. 14 Dec., 1616, M.A. 17 June, 1619, incorp. at Cambridge 1621, licenced, 1 July, 1623, as of Waltham Holy Cross, Essex, to marry Susan, daughter of Thomas Powell, of Waltham, deceased; rector of St. John Zachary, London, 1625. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Carter, WilliamB.A. from Magdalen Coll. 12 Dec., 1620. [31]
Carter, Williamof Essex, gent. Balliol Coll., matric. 26 Oct., 1621, aged 17; perhaps of the Inner Temple 1622, as of London. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Carter, Williams. Thomas, of Tallow, co. Waterford. Ireland, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 12 Dec., 1628, aged 16; B.A. from Exeter Coll. 20 June, 1631. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Carter, Williams. Thomas, of Dinton, Bucks, sac. Corpus Christi Coll., matric. 1 April, 1636, aged 15; B.A. 22 Oct., 1639, M.A. 15 June, 1642, of the Middle Temple 1642. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Carter, Williampleb., Trinity Coll., subscribed 7 Nov., 1655. [35]
Carter, Williampleb. Pembroke Coll., matric. 18 March, 1657-8; B.A. 1661, M.A. 1664. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Carter, Williams. William, of Hatfield Woodsidejuxta-Hatfield, arm. Oriel Coll., matric. 10 April, 1663, aged 18; of the Middle Temple 1664. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Carter, Williams. G. (? 'Gul'), of Redruth, Cornwall, gent. Exeter Coll., matric. 15 Jan., 1710-11, aged 17.
Carteret, Edward des. Joshua, of the Isle of Jersey, arm. Jesus Coll., matric. 15 June, 1638, aged 17.
Carteret, Elias (Carthret)of Jersey, arm. Privilegiatus 19 July, 1594, aged 9. See Philip same date. [40]
Carteret, Eliass. Philip, of Isle of Jersey, gent. Exeter Coll., matric. 21 May, 1669, aged 17; fellow 1670-8, B.A. 1673, M.A. 1676, rector of Cotes, co. Gloucester, and of Poole, Wilts, 1692, until he died 1720. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Boase, 77.
Carteret, JohnD.C.L. 1707. An error for Granville, for which see
Carteret, JohnBaron Hawnes. Christ Church, matric. 15 Jan., 1705-6, D.C.L. by diploma 12 July, 1756 (son of George, 1st Baron Carteret of Hawnes, who died 1695), born 22 April, 1690, lord of the bedchamber 1714-21, ambassador to Sweden 1719, P.C. 1721, a lord justice of Great Britain 1723, 1743, 1752 and 1755, lord-lieutenant of Ireland 1724-30, succeeded as Earl Granville on the death of his mother 18 Oct., 1744, K.G. 1749, lord president of the Council 1751, died 2 July, 1763. See Dictionary of National Biography.
Carteret, Philip (Carthret)of Jersey, arm. Privilegiatus 19 July, 1594, aged 10; B.A. from St. Alban Hall 19 June, 1601. See Elias same date.
Carteret, Philip des. Francis 'Carteret,' of Isle of Jersey, gent. Exeter Coll., matric. 24 March, 1636-7, aged 13; B.A. 15 Oct., 1640, probably father of Elias 1669. [5]
Carteret, Philips. Francis, of Jersey, gent. Pembroke Coll., matric. 16 May, 1686, aged 16.
Carteret, Richard des. John, of Isle of Jersey, pleb. Merton Coll., matric. 21 Oct., 1664, aged 20; rector of St. Mary, Jersey, 1677. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Carthew, Johns. Tho., of S. Issie, Cornwall, pleb. Exeter Coll., matric. 3 March, 1664-5, aged 18, B.A. 1668; M.A. from Hart Hall 1671, rector of St. Erme, Cornwall, 1672. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Carthew, Thomass. Tho(mas), of London, arm. Wadham Coll., matric. 23 Oct., 1704, aged 17; bar.-at-law, Inner Temple, 1709 (his father a serjt.at-law 1700), succeeded to Cannaliggy, in Cornwall, on his father's death. See Rawlinson vi. 31, xx. 18; & Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Cartier, MosesM.A. from Christ Church by decree of Convocation 14 June, 1686. See Cat. Grads. [10]
Cartledge, Johns. William, of Coleaston, co. Derby, gent. Magdalen Hall, matric. 30 March, 1694, aged 16; B.A. 1697, M.A. 1700, a licentiate of the College of Physicians 1713, died 29 July, 1752, aged 81. See Munk's Roll, ii. 37.
Cartmell, Bryans. Bryan, of Wakefield, co. York, pleb. Balliol Coll., matric. 8 May, 1635, aged 16; B.A. 20 Oct., 1638.
Cartmell, Nicholasof Northants, 'cler. fil.' Trinity Coll., matric. 15 April, 1603, aged 14, B.A. 5 May, 1607; M.A. from Balliol Coll. 6 July, 1610, vicar of Daventry, Northants, 1623. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cartwright, Giles (Cartwrithe)of University Coll., B.A. 15 Jan., 1568-9, M.A. 12 Oct., 1573, vicar of Long Compton, co. Warwick, 1571. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cartwright, Isaacs. Abraham, of London, gent. St. John's Coll., matric. 10 Oct., 1634, aged 16; of the Inner Temple 1636. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. [15]
Cartwright, Johnof co. York, pleb. St. Alban Hall, matric. 17 Oct., 1600, aged 13; sup. for B.A. 6 July, 1603, as 'arm. fil. n. m.,' from Queen's Coll., one of these names rector of West Itchenor, Sussex, 1616. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. For another of these names see Ath., ii. 114.
Cartwright, Johnarm. fil. nat. max. Brasenose Coll., matric. 29 Jan., 1629-30; B.A. 28 Jan., 1629-30, created M.A. 12 April, 1648, bar.-at-law, Lincoln's Inn, 1636 (as son and heir of Richard, of Aynho, Northants, arm.), one of the visitors of the University, died 17 Oct., 1676, father of William 1650. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Cartwright, JohnB.A. from Trinity Coll., Cambridge, 1681, M.A. 1685; incorp. as M.A. 12 July, 1687, B. & D.D. from Queen's Coll. 16 July, 1696, canon of Lincoln 1687, and of Worcester 1688, rector of Winwick, Northants, 1688-93, resigned and went beyond seas before 30 May, 1704, he was son of Thomas, Bishop of Chester. See Le Neve, ii. 175; & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cartwright, Johns. John, of Shrewsbury, gent. Brasenose Coll., matric. 29 June, 1707, aged 16; B.A. 1711, M.A. 1714, vicar of Middlewich, Cheshire, 1719, rector of Chester St. Martin, 1724. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cartwright, NicholasB.A. 5 July, 1507, M.A. 29 June, 1514, B.D. 1 July, 1523, D.D. 10 July, 1536, custos of St. John's Hospital, Banbury, 1541. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [20]
Cartwright, Nicholas (Cartrighte)of co. Worcester, pleb. Balliol Coll., matric. 11 June, 1602, aged 18; B.A. 16 Dec., 1605, M.A. 25 June, 1608, rector of Bourton-on-the-Hill, co. Gloucester, 1617. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cartwright, Richards. Richard, of Mintowne, Salop, pleb. Balliol Coll., matric. 26 Feb., 1640-1, aged 17.
Cartwright, Thekestonof co. Gloucester, pleb. Balliol Coll., matric. 28 June, 1604, aged 16; son of Timothy Cartwright, of Washborne, co. Gloucester (and his wife Elizabeth, daughter of Sir John Thaxton, of London), brother of William same date.
Cartwright, Thomass. William, of Greeke Land, co. Gloucester, gent. Christ Church, matric. 21 Oct., 1642, aged 16. See Alumni West., 118.
Cartwright, Thomas'cler. fil.' Queen's Coll., matric. 18 Nov., 1650; B.A. 17 Feb., 1652-3, M.A. 21 June, 1655, D.D. 12 Sept., 1661, vicar of Walthamstow, Essex, 1657, preacher at St. Mary Magdalen, Milk Street, rector of St. Thomas Apostle 1665, canon of Wells 1660, and of St. Paul's 1665, and of Durham 1672, vicar of Barking 1660-89, dean of Ripon 1675, bishop of Chester 1686-9, fled at the revolution, (licence, 27 May, 1662, then a widower, to marry Sarah, daughter of Henry Wight, of Barking, Essex), nominated bishop of Salisbury, when in exile, died in Ireland 15 April, 1689, father of John 1681. See Ath., iv. 252; & D.N.B. [25]
Cartwright, Williamof co. Gloucester, pleb. Balliol Coll., matric. 28 June, 1604, aged 18; married Dorothy, daughter of Rowland Coles, of Northway, possibly father of the next named, brother of Thaxton, or Thekeston, same date.
Cartwright, Williams. William, of Heckhampton, co. Gloucester, gent. Christ Church, matric. 24 Feb., 1631-2, aged 20; student (from Westminster School) 1628; B.A. 5 June, 1632, M.A. 15 April, 1635, reader in metaphysics, proctor 1643, 'the most emment poet, orator and philosopher of his time,' born at Northway, near Tewkesbury, Sept., 1611, baptized 26th, nominated one of the 'council of war' 1642, chaunter of Salisbury 1642, died from camp fever at Oxford 29 Nov., 1643, buried in Christ Church Cathedral. See Alumni West., 100; Ath., iii. 69; & D.N.B.
Cartwright, Williamarm. Brasenose Coll., matric. 5 April, 1650, of Bloxam, Oxon (son of John 1630), M.P. East Retfold 1659, baptized at Aynho 29 March, 1634, died 15 April, 1676.
Carty, Bazils. Daniel, of Windsor, Berks, gent. University Coll., matric. 23 June, 1709, aged 18; B.A. 1713, see also McCarty.
Carus, Thomas (Cayra)of Westmorland, pleb. Queen's Coll., matric. 21 Nov., 1628, aged 17; B.A. 4 Dec., 1632, M.A. 5 July, 1636. See Dugdale's Visitation of Lancashire, 1664-5, p. 69.
Carus, William (Charus)of Westmorland, gent. Merton Coll., matric. 14 June, 1582, aged 20; B.A. from Queen's Coll., 10 Feb., 1585-6, M.A. 9 June, 1589, fellow 1593. See Visitation Pedigrees of Cumberland and Westmorland, ed. Foster, p. 25.
CarverSee also Karver.
Carver, Richardcreated M.A. from Lincoln Coll., 16 Jan., 1642-3. See Karver.
Carver, Williams. John, of Combe, co. Warwick, pleb. St. Mary Hall, matric. 13 Dec., 1633, aged 17; B.A. from Lincoln Coll. 30 Oct., 1635.
Carveth, Josephs. John, of 'Perran in ye Sands,' Cornwall, p.p. Exeter Coll., matric. 27 March, 1675, aged 16, B.A. 1678; M.A. from St. Alban Hall 1682, vicar of Luxulyan, Cornwall, 1684. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [6]
Carvick, Williamfellow of New Coll. 1530-41, from Steype, Hants; M.A. 27 March, 1539, B.D. 18 July, 1552, vicar of Steeple Morden 1542, and rector of Harlaxton, co. Lincoln, 1554. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Carvile, Henrys. John, of Nun Monckton, co. York, gent. Magdalen Hall., matric. 31 Jan., 1622-3, aged 16; B.A. from University Coll. 6 July, 1626, M.A. 9 July, 1629, rector of Catton, Yorks, 1630, brother of John 1617. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Visitations of Yorkshire, ed. Foster, 501.
Carvile, John (Carvell)of Northumberland, arm. Queen's Coll., matric. 31 May, 1583, aged 18; B.A. 26 Jan., 1586-7 (as Carvyle), bar.-at-law, Middle Temple, 1596 (as son and heir of John, of Berwick-upon-Tweed), M.P. Aldborough, Yorks, 1621-2, 1624-6. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Carvile, Johnof co. York, arm. fil. nat. max. Queen's Coll., matric. 9 May, 1617, aged 16; of the Middle Temple 1618 (as son and heir of John, of Nun Monckton, Yorks), brother of Henry 1623. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. [10]
Carvile, JohnB.A. from Christ Church 18 June, 1631. See Garvyle.
Carvile, William'subscribed' 31 Jan., 1622-3; B.A. from Magdalen Hall, 15 June, 1626, M.A. 11 June, 1632.
Carwardine, Danielof co. Hereford, pleb. Christ Church, matric. 9 Dec., 1619, aged 18; B.A. from New Inn Hall 17 Feb., 1622-3; M.A. from Brasenose Coll. 1 July, 1625, vicar of Ealing, Middlesex, 1649. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Carwardin, Johnof co. Hereford, pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric.-entry under date 20 July, 1578, aged 17; B.A. 7 July, 1581.
Carwardine, Johnof co. Hereford, pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric. 3 March. 1591-2, aged 24; of the Inner Temple 1587. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. [15]
Carwardine, Johnpleb. Brasenose Coll., matric. 20 March, 1606-7, aged 16.
Carwardine, Richardpleb. Balliol Coll., matric. 28 March, 1655, query bar.-at-law, Lincoln's Inn, 1666, as son and heir of Richard, of city of Worcester, arm. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Carwardine, Richards. Benj., of Powick, co. Worcester, gent. Pembroke Coll., matric. 9 July, 1689, aged 17; of the Middle Temple 1692. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Carwarden, Thomasof co. Hereford, pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric.-entry under date 18 July, 1580, aged 18; B.A. 29 Oct., 1583 (M.A. from Oriel Coll. 2 May, 1589), B.D. 28 June, 1598, rector of Hartwell, Bucks, 1596, rector of Ullingwick with vicarage of Cowarne, co. Hereford, 1599, canon of Hereford 1601, vicar of Lugwardine 1601, and rector of Stoke Lacey, co. Hereford, 1601, all until his death in 1603. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Carwardin, Thomasof co. Hereford, pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric. 23 March, 1592-3, aged 18; B.A. 16 Feb., 1595-6, M.A. 22 May, 1599, B.D. 24 Feb., 1608-9, rector of Little Risington, co. Gloucester, 1613-52. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [20]
Carwardine, Walterof co. Hereford, pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric. 22 Nov., 1611, aged 15; bar.at-law, Inner Temple, 1622, as of Chilstone Madeley, co. Hereford, gent. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Carwardine, Walters. Richard, of Preston, co. Hereford, sacerd. Brasenose Coll., matric. 21 Feb., 1633-4, aged 16.
Carwardine, Walters. Abel, of Carwardin, co. Hereford, gent. Brasenose Coll., matric. 1 June, 1636, aged 15; bar.-at-law, Gray's Inn, 1648. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.
Carwithen, Johns. Nicholas, of St. Stephens, Exeter (city). Balliol Coll., matric. 17 Dec., 1714, aged 21; B.A. 1718, B.C.L. 1728, rector of Willand 1720, and of Woolfardisworthy 1724, vicar of Crediton (all in Devon) 1731, until he died in 1742. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Carwithen, Thomass. John, of Exeter, pleb. Exeter Coll., matric. 5 April, 1688, aged 19; B.A. 1691, rector of Manaton, Devon, 1693, buried at St. Sidwells 12 Sept., 1736. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [25]
Cary, (Sir) Adolphusof Herts, arm. Queen's Coll., matric. 22 Feb., 1593-4, aged 16; of Aldenham, Herts, admitted to Gray's Inn 1590, (as 2nd son of Edward, of Berkhampstead, Herts, arm.), knighted at Whitehall 4 May, 1604, M.P. St. Albans 1601 & 1604, until his death 8 April, 1609. See Foster's Parliamentary Dictionary.
Cary, AntonyViscount Falkland, born at Great Tew, Oxon, s. Henry, Viscount Falkland. Christ Church, matric. 21 May, 1672, aged 15; 5th viscount, M.P. Oxfordshire 1685-7, Great Marlow 1689-90, Great Bedwin 1690-4, paymaster of the navy, temp. Charles II. and James VII., perp. curate 1692, a commissioner of the admiralty 1691, died 24 May, 1694, buried in Westminster Abbey. See Foster's Peerage.
Carey, Christopher (Carie)of Balliol Coll., B.A.; M.A. 15 July, 1553, B.Med., and admitted to practice 26 June, 1560.
Cary, Edwards. Thomas, of Sturbridge, co. Stafford, pleb. University Coll., matric. 22 Nov., 1633, aged 27.
Cary, Edward2s. Philip, of London, militis. St. John's Coll., matric. 13 Nov., 1635, aged 17; buried 10 Feb., 1639-40, brother of John 1627.
Cary, Edwards. Patrick, of Dublin, Ireland, gent. Christ Church, matric. 27 June, 1673, aged 17; of St. James's, Westminster, and of Caldecote, by devise of John Cary (1627), of Stanwell, admitted to Lincoln's Inn 1675, admon. 24 Nov., 1692. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. [31]
Cary, Edwards. George, dean of Exeter. Exeter Coll., matric. 6 April, 1682, aged 16; B.A. 1685, rector of Silverton St. Mary, Devon, 1689, sub-dean of Exeter 1693, died 28 Dec., 1695, buried in St. Margaret's, Westminster, brother of William 1678. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Carey, Franciss. William, of Windsor, Berks, p.p. Queen's Coll., matric. 12 March, 1674-5, aged 16.
Cary, Francis Henrys. John, of Oxon, gent. Christ Church matric. 22 Aug., 1661, aged 19; B.A. 1665, M.A. 1669, rector of Stow-nine-Churches, Northants, 1666, and of Brinkworth, Wilts, 1671, died 1712. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Alumni West., 153.
Cary, Georgeof Devon, arm. Queen's Coll., matric. 21 Nov., 1628, aged 16; B.A. 11 Feb., 1631-2, M.A. from Exeter Coll. 24 Oct. 1634, rector of Clavelleigh, Devon, 1639. canon of Exeter 1661, rector of Shobrooke, Devon, 1664, dean of Exeter 1663, until his death 2 Feb., 1680-1, father of William 1678, and of Edward 1682. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Fasti, i. 474.
Cary, Henry1st Viscount Falkland, so created 10 Nov., 1620 (eldest son of Edward Cary, master of the jewel office), M.P. Herts 1620-1, lord deputy of Ireland 1622-9, died Sept., 1633. See Ath., ii. 565; & D.N.B.
Carey, Henrys. (Robert), of Bucks, militis. Exeter Coll., matric. 7 June, 1611, aged 15; B.A. 17 Feb., 1613-14, 2nd earl of Monmouth (1639), K.B. at the creation of Charles Prince of Wales 4 Nov., 1616, M.P. Camelford 1621-2, Beverley (March) 1624-5, Tregony 1625, St. Mawes 1626, Grampound 1628-9, died 13 June, 1661, monument in chancel of Rickmansworth church, brother of Thomas same date. See D.N.B., & Ath., iii. 516.
Cary, HenryEarl of Dover, created D.C.L. 1 or 2 Nov., 1642, (son of John, 3rd Baron Hunsdon), 4th Baron Hunsdon, created Viscount Rochefort 6 June, 1621, and Earl of Dover 8 March, 1628, K.B. 1610, colonel of a regiment of Oxford scholars (royal army) 1644-6, M.P. Herts 1601, 1604-11, & 1614, buried 13 April, 1666, father of John 1642.
Cary, Jamess. Robert, of Gwenapp, Cornwall, cler. University Coll., matric. 13 July, 1703, aged 18; B.A. 1707, one of these names vicar of Bonby, co. Lincoln, 1724. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cary, Johngent. Exeter Coll., matric. 10 Nov., 1592, aged 18; possibly John Cary, of Devon, and of Lincoln's Inn 1598. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. [6]
Cary, John1s. Philip, of Berkhamstead ('Barcom Steede'), Herts, militis. St. John's Coll., matric. 12 Oct., 1627, aged 15; of Stanwell, Middlesex, master of the buckhounds, baptized 23 Dec., 1612, perhaps created M.A. 1 Nov., 1642, brother of Edward 1635.
Cary, Johncreated M.A. 1 Nov., 1642.
Cary, Johnpleb. Wadham Coll., matric. 1 April, 1656. Memo.: John, 2nd son of Nathaniel Cary, of Yeovil, Somerset, gent., admitted to Gray's Inn 4 Dec., 1656. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.
Cary, Johns. Joh, of Yeovil, Somerset, pleb. Wadham Coll., matric. 29 March, 1667, aged 18.
Cary, Johns. Nathaniel, of Yeovil, Somerset, pleb. New Inn Hall, matric. 15 July, 1682, aged 16; B.A. 1686. [11]
Cary, Johns. Walter, of Everton, Hunts, gent. New Coll., matric. 16 Dec., 1714, aged 19; B.A. 1718, fellow, M.A. 1722, vicar of Marshfield, co. Gloucester, 1721, rector of Wootton Oxon, died between Jan. and April, 1764, brother of Walter 1704. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Carey, LorenzoB.A. from Exeter Coll. 30 June, 1630 (son of Henry, Viscount Falkland), baptized 5 Oct., 1613, killed in Ireland 1642.
Cary, LuciusLord Falkland. Christ Church, matric. 22 March, 1646-7; admitted to Lincoln's Inn 1638, 3rd viscount, baptized at Great Tew 5 July, 1632, died at Montpellier in France 17-27 Sept., 1649, buried at Great Tew, Oxon, 7 Nov., 1649. See Dictionary of National Biography.
Cary, Peterof Isle of Guernsey, gent. Trinity Coll., matric. 3 April, 1601, aged 17. [15]
Careye, Peters. Peter, of St. Peter's Port, Guernsey, gent. Exeter Coll., matric. 3 April, 1663, aged 18; B.A. 1666, fellow 1664-70, then in orders and married, rector of St. Saviour's, Guernsey, 1669. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Boase, 75.
Carye, (Sir) Philipof Herts. Queen's Coll., matric. 22 Feb., 1593-4, aged 14 (as arm.); of Gray's Inn 1590 (as 3rd son of Edward, of Berkhamstead, Herts), seated at Caddington, Beds, and of Hunslet, Yorks, knighted 23 May, 1605, M.P. Woodstock 1614, 1621-2, 1624-5, & 1625, buried at Aldenham 13 June, 1631, father of John 1627, and Edward 1635. See Foster's Parliamentary Dictionary.
Cary, Richardsubscribed 14 Oct., 1614, B.A. from Queen's Coll. 25 June, 1618; M.A. from St. Edmund Hall 19 April, 1621, rector of Eastnor, co. Hereford, 1619. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cary, RobertB.A. (sup. 21 Oct.) 1527, one of these names rector of Ibstone, Oxon, 1556. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cary, Robert (Carie)fellow of All Souls' Coll. in and before 1564. [20]
Carey, Robert (Carew)created M.A. 11 April, 1588.
Carey, (Sir) Robertof Herts, equitis fil. Christ Church, matric. 30 March, 1599, aged 16; (son of Sir Edmond) a captain of horse in the Netherlands, grandfather of Robert, 6th Lord Hunsdon.
Cary, Robertof Devon, gent. University Coll., matric. 3 July, 1601, aged 16.
Cary, Robertof Devon, arm. Oriel Coll., matric. 22 Feb., 1604-5, aged 16; of Gray's Inn on the 26th as of Alwinton, Devon. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.
Cary, Roberts. George, of Cockington, Devon, gent. Exeter Coll., matric. 2 Dec., 1631, aged 16; scholar of Corpus Christi Coll. 1634, B.A. 3 Dec., 1635, M.A. 23 Feb., 1638-9, created D.C.L. 4 Nov., 1644 ('of kin to the Marquis of Hertford, and chancellor of the University,' his mother being Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Edward Seymour, knight and baronet), rector of Portlemouth, Devon, 1656, archdeacon of Exeter 1662, buried at Portlemouth 19 Sept., 1688, father of Robert next named. See Ath., iv. 244; D.N.B.; & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [25]
Cary, Roberts. Robert, of Portlemouth, Devon, minister. Queen's Coll., matric. 2 July, 1669, aged 17; B.A. 1673, vicar of Gwennap, Cornwall, 1680-1737, and of Sidbury, Devon, 1693-1718, father of James 1703. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cary, Roberts. Nath., of Yeovil, Somerset, pleb. Lincoln Coll., matric. 3 Oct., 1695, aged 20; B.A. 1699, rector of Fovant, Wilts, 1702. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cary, 'Theod.,'s. George, of Cockington, Devon, gent. Queen's Coll., matric. 29 April, 1642, aged 18; of Corpus Christi College 20 May, 1642, brother of Robert 1631.
Carey, Thomass. (Robert), of Northumberland, militis. Exeter Coll., matric. 7 June, 1611, aged 13; B.A. 17 Feb., 1613-14, gent. of the king's bedchamber died in 1648, aged 53, brother of Henry same date. See Fasti, i. 352.
Carey, Thomass. Thomas, of Isle of Guernsey, gent. Pembroke Coll., matric. 7 July, 1637, aged 18; B.A. 1 Feb., 1638-9, M.A. 2 July, 1642. See Burrows, 539. [30]
Cary, Thomass. Thomas, of Torrington, Devon, pleb. Exeter Coll., matric. 8 March, 1638-9, aged 15; B.A. 13 Dec., 1642, perhaps father of Thomas 1671.
Cary, Thomas.See Carew, 1650.
Cary, Thomass. 'Shershaw,' of Bristol, pleb. Jesus Coll., matric. 16 Nov., 1666, aged 17; B.A. 1670, M.A. 1673, vicar of St. Philip and St. James, Bristol, 1675, canon of Bristol 1693, vicar of Olveston, co. Gloucester, 1698, and of All Saints, Bristol, 1701, died in 1711, father of William 1705. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cary, Thomass. Tho., of Woolfardisworthy, Devon, minister. Exeter Coll., matric. 14 April, 1671, aged 17; B.A. from St. Alban Hall 1674, M.A. 1677, incorp. at Cambridge 1678, one of these names rector of Catton, Yorks, 1678, and of Kirkby Overblows 1685. (Memo.: Thomas Cary, M.A. of St. Mary Hall, administration at Oxford granted 13 Dec., 1689.)
Cary, Thomass. Richard, of Chiswick, Middlesex, gent. Brasenose Coll., matric. 8 July, 1708, aged 15; a student of the Middle Temple 1708. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Carye, Walterof Bucks, demy Magdalen Coll. 1560-7, fellow 1567-75, B.A. 12 Oct., 1568, M.A. 24 March, 1571-2, probably head of the family seated at Everton, Bucks. See Bloxam, iv. 160.
Cary, Walters. (Walter), of Welham, co. Leicester, arm. New Coll., matric. 14 Dec., 1704, aged 18; B.A. 1708, created M.A. 15 Sept., 1730, M.P. Helston 1722-7, Dartmouth 1727-57, clerk in ordinary to the Privy Council, one of the four clerks comptrollers of the Board of Green Cloth, a member of the Board of Trade and Plantations 1727-30, died 27 April, 1757, brother of John 1714. See Herald and Genealogist, iv. 388, vi. 30.
Cary, Williamborn at Clovelly, Devon, s. George, dean of Exeter. Queen's Coll., matric. 23 March, 1677-8, aged 16; of Clovelly, admitted to the Middle Temple 1679, M.P. Okehampton 1685-7 & 1689-95, and Launceston in 7 parliaments 1695-1710, brother of Edward 1682. See Foster's Parliamentary Dictionary. [5]
Cary, Williams. Thomas, of Bristol (city), cler. Oriel Coll., matric. 5 March, 1704-5, aged 15; B.A. 1708, fellow 28 May, 1709, M.A. 1711, vicar of the Temple Church, Bristol, 1713, rector of Winterbourne, co. Gloucester, 1713, vicar of St. Philip and St. James, Bristol, 1723. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
CarylSee Carrill.
Casaubon, Jamesof Exeter Coll.; created M.A. 13 Nov., 1641. See Fasti, ii. 5.
Casaubon, Isaacof Christ Church, a student in Bodley's library 1613, 'a great linguist, a singular Grecian, and an exact philologer,' canon of Canterbury 1611, died 1 July, 1614. See D.N.B. & Fasti, i. 355.
Casaubon, 'Meric,'s. (Isaac), of 'Gallus,' gent. Christ Church, matric. 14 March, 1616-17, aged 18; student 1614-27, B.A. 8 May, 1618, M.A. 14 Jan., 1621-2, B.D. 14 June, 1628, created D.D. 31 Aug., 1636, born in Geneva in Sept., 1599, rector of Bledon, Somerset, 1626, canon of Canterbury 1628, rector of St. Mary, Romney Marsh, 1630, and of Old Romney, Kent, 1634, vicar of Minster 1634, and of Monkton (both in the Isle of Thanet) 1634, until deprived in 1644, he was however restored in 1662, rector of Ickham 1662, died 14 July, 1671, buried in Canterbury Cathedral. See Ath., i., p. xl., iii. 934; D.N.B.; & Add. MSS., 15,669-71. [10]
Casbert, Josephs. Robert, of Hagbourn, Berks, pleb. All Souls' Coll., matric. 30 Oct., 1679, aged 18; B.A. 1683, canon of Bristol 1717. See Le Neve, i. 230.
Casbrycke, Thomasstudent, residing in the town in July, 1562, tutor, Oliver Whiddon, of Exeter. See O.H.S., i. 244.
Case, GeorgeB.A. from Broadgates Hall 19 Jan., 1578-9, M.A. 1 July, 1581, vicar of Boxley, Kent, 1589. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Case, Georges. G., of Blandford, Dorset, gent. Wadham Coll., matric. 4 March, 1699 1700, aged 17; B.A. 1703, one of these names rector of North Barrow, Somerset, 1706. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [14]
Case, Johnchorister of Christ Church, scholar of St. John's Coll. 1564, B.A. 10 Oct., 1567, fellow, M.A. (sup. 2 Nov.) 1570, B. & D.Med. 4 Nov., 1589, canon of Sarum 1589, 'the noted philosopher of St. John's,' 'being popishly affected he left his fellowship and married, and with leave from the chancellor, etc., he read logic and philosophy to young men (mostly of the Roman Catholic religion) in a private house,' who were known as 'Mr. Case's scholars,' died 23 Jan., 1599-1600, will proved at Oxford 23 Feb., 1600. See Gutch, i. 561; Groves' Dictionary of Music, i. 318; Ath., i. 685; & D.N.B.
Case, JohnM.A. Cambridge, incorp. 10 July, 1627, one of these names vicar of Sutton Valence and of Chart, Kent, 1619. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Case, Josephs. J., of Seborough, Somerset, pleb. Wadham Coll., matric. 8 April, 1712, aged 17.
Case, Richardof Cheshire, pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric. 29 Nov., 1588, aged 20; sup for B.A. in May, 1589. See O.H.S., xii. 157.
Case, Thomasof Salop, pleb. St. Mary Hall, matric. 14 Oct., 1596, aged 19.
Case, Thomas(s. George) of Kent, cler. Christ Church, matric. 17 March, 1619-20, aged 20; student 1616, B.A. 15 June, 1620, M.A. 26 June, 1623, entered Merchant Taylors' School 1615, had pastoral charge of Erpingham, Norfolk, a member of the Westminster assembly of divines 1643, sequestered to the rectory of Stockport, Cheshire, 1645-6, and to the rectory of Desford, co. Leicester, 1647, rector of St. Mary Magdalen, Milk Street, and of St. Giles-in-the-Fields, ejected for nonconformity 1662, died in London 30 May, 1682, buried in Christ Church, Newgate. See Earwaker's Cheshire, i. 388; Add. MSS., 15,669-71; Robinson, i. 84; Ath. Ox., iv. 45-8; Calamy, i. 153; & D.N.B.
Case, Thomass. Thomas, of Arrowe, co. Warwick, sacerd. Wadham Coll., matric. 9 Nov., 1627, aged 18; his father instituted 20 July, 1620. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [21]
Case, Thomas'serv.' All Souls' Coll., matric. 25 Feb., 1650-1; B.A. from Christ Church 19 Nov., 1653, rector of Orchard Portman, Somerset, 1661, and of Steeple Fitzpaine 1663. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Case, Thomass. George, of London, pleb. Hart Hall, matric. 13 March, 1671-2, aged 18; B.A. 26 Feb., 1673-4, M.A. 1676, incorp. at Cambridge 1680, rector of Southchurch, Essex, 1680-1730. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Case, Thomass. Joh., of Huyton, co. Lancaster, arm. Brasenose Coll., matric. 26 Feb., 1710-11, aged 18; B.A. 1714, vicar of Great Wakering, Essex, 1716-61, and rector of Wickford 1731-61. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Case, Williamof co. Chester, gent. Brasenose Coll., matric. 7 May, 1602, aged 17; B.A. 5 July, 1605, M.A. 2 April, 1612, incorp. at Cambridge 1615, vicar of Over, Cheshire, 1613, canon of Chester 1613-34, rector of St. Peter's, Chester, 1624, vicar of St. Oswald's, Chester, 1626. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [25]
Casingherst, Johnof Kent, gent. St. John's Coll., matric. 30 July, 1596, aged 17.
Casmore, WilliamB.A. 3 April, 1525.
Cassembrot, Leonardlicentiate of civil and canon law of Orleans; incorp. D.C.L. 13 July, 1568. See Fasti, i. 183.
Casson, Abrahams. Caleb, of co. Lancaster, pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric. 15 Feb., 1632-3, aged 15; B.A. 17 May, 1636, M.A. 2 July, 1639, rector of Sutton St. Nicholas, co. Hereford, 1652, probably father of the next named. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Casson, Edwards. Abraham, of co. Hereford, p.p. Christ Church, matric. 30 March, 1666, aged 16; B.A. 1670, vicar of Ombersley, co. Worcester, 1675, father of the next named. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [30]
Casson, Samuels. Edw., of Ombersley, co. Worcester, cler. Oriel Coll., matric. 10 Oct., 1695, aged 17; B.A. 1699, M.A. 1702, rector of Deuxhill and Glazeley, Salop, 1713, and of Chetton, Salop, 1716. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Castillion, Douglasof Berks, gent. Magdalen Hall, matric. 4 Feb., 1591-2, aged 18; B.A. from Magdalen Coll. 3 Nov., 1595, M.A. 11 Dec., 1599, rector of Stratford Tony, Wilts, 1619, father of John and of Richard. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Add. MS., 15,671, p. 241.
Castilion, (Sir) Francisof Middlesex. Magdalen Coll., matric. 24 Nov., 1581, aged 19 (as arm.); created M.A. 30 Aug., 1605, M.P. Great Bedwin 1597-8, knighted 11 May, 1603, of the Middle Temple 1606. See Nichols' Top. & Gen., iii. 585; Wilts Mag., i. 297; & Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Castillion, Franciss. F(rancis), of Benham, Berks, gent. New Coll., matric. 10 Aug., 1683, aged 18; B.A. 1687, fellow, M.A. 14 Jan., 1690-1, administration at Oxford, granted 27 June, 1691, brother of Thomas 1677.
Castillion, Johns. Douglas, of Stratford Tony, Wilts, sacerd. Magdalen Hall, matric. 23 Nov., 1632, aged 18; B.A. from New Coll. 11 April, 1635, M.A. 18 Jan., 1637-8, created B.D. from Christ Church 17 June, 1646, D.D. 15 Dec., 1660, canon of Canterbury and dean of Rochester 1676-88, vicar of Minster, Isle of Thanet, 1662, rector of Mersham, Kent, 1665; licenced 27 Nov., 1666, to marry Margaret Digges, of Chilham Castle, Kent, spinster; died 21 Oct., 1688, brother of Richard. See Fasti, ii. 244; Burrows, 329; Rawlinson, xviii. 28b; & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [5]
Castillion, Petergent. Merton Coll., matric. 14 Feb., 1660-1; B.A. 14 March, 1661-2, vicar of Dinton, Wilts, 1663. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Castillion, Richards. Douglass, of Stratford, Wilts, sacerd. Magdalen Hall, matric. 9 Dec., 1631, aged 18; brother of John.
Castillion, Thomas'cler. fil.' Magdalen Hall, matric. 19 Nov., 1650; B.A. from Christ Church 29 Jan., 1652-3.
Castillion, Thomass. Francis, of Benham, Berks, gent. New Coll., matric. 9 Nov., 1677, aged 18; B.A. 1681, M.A. 1685, brother of Francis 1683.
Castillione, Valentineof Middlesex, arm. Magdalen Coll., matric. 24 Nov., 1581, aged 16; of the Middle Temple 1583, as 2nd son of John Baptist Castillion, of Westminster, esq. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. [10]
Castle, Denhampaup., privilegiatus 17 Dec., 1694; B.A. from Corpus Christi Coll. 1702.
Castle, GeorgeB.A. from St. Edmund Hall 28 Feb., 1621-2, one of these names rector of Winchester St. Peter 1632. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Castle, George(s. John), doctoris. Balliol Coll., matric. 8 April, 1652, B.A. 18 Oct., 1654; fellow All Souls' Coll. 1655, M.A. 29 May, 1657, B. & D.Med. 21 June, 1665, fellow of Royal Society Feb., 1669, physician to Sutton's Hospital (the Charterhouse), died 12 Oct., 1673. See Ath., iii. 998; & D.N.B.
Castle, John (Castel or Gastell)of Hart Hall in and before 1568.
Castle, John (Castell)of Berks, pleb. Merton Coll., matric. 24 Oct., 1600, aged 14 (called Castle in Mat. Reg.); B.A. 6 Dec., 1604, created D.Med. 10 July, 1644, buried in the middle chancel of St. Margaret's, Westminster, 15 April, 1664, father of George 1652. See Fasti, ii. 78. [15]
Castle, PhilipB.A. from Christ Coll., Cambridge, 1694, M.A. 1698, incorp. as M.A. 26 April, 1704, vicar of St. Bartholomew-the-Less, London, 1701, rector of St. Leonard, Foster Lane, 1715. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Castle, Richardpleb. Balliol Coll., matric. 2 Feb., 1653-4, B.A. 18 March, 1657-8; M.A. from St. Alban Hall 27 Feb., 1661-2, rector of Stocktonon-Terne, co. Worcester, 1663-1718. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Castle, Richardpleb. St. John's Coll., matric. 29 Oct., 1657; B.A. 1660, M.A. 1663, as Castell, vicar of Seaford with Sutton, Sussex, 1664-8, and rector of Eastergate, Sussex, 1668-81. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Castle, Richards. William, of Clanville, Oxon, p.p. Magdalen Hall, matric. 7 Dec., 1677, aged 16; B.A. from St. Alban Hall 21 March, 1681-2, vicar of Lechlade, co. Gloucester, 1689-1737. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Castle, Robert (Castell)s. Joh., of Deptford, Kent, gent. Lincoln Coll., matric. 17 May, 1711, aged 17. [20]
Castle, Thomas (Castell)Benedictine, B.D.; D.D. (sup. 14 March) 1510-11, warden or guardian of Durham College. See Fasti, i. 34, 38.
Castle, Thomasof Berks, pleb. Magdalen Coll., matric. 28 June, 1590, aged 15; demy 1592-6, B.A. 3 Nov., 1595. See Bloxam, iv. 233.
Castle, Thomas (Castele)'serv.' Merton Coll., matric. 29 Oct., 1657; B.A. from St. Alban Hall 1663, incorp. at Cambridge 1669, M.A. from Peter House 1669, rector of Ilketshall, Suffolk, 1675. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Castle, WilliamB.A. from Magdalen Hall 4 Feb., 1612-13, M.A. from Lincoln Coll. 28 June, 1615, one of these names rector of Harpsden, Oxon, 1619, of Dunnington, Suffolk, 1629, and of Courteenhall, Northants, 1627, died 4 July, 1645. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & D.N.B.
Castlehow, Williams. Joh., of Graystock, Cumberland, p.p. Queen's Coll., matric. 27 March, 1707, aged 18; B.A. 1712. [25]
Castleman, Henrys. Hugh, of Langport, Somerset, p.p. Oriel Coll., matric. 15 March, 1702-3, aged 18; B.A. 1706, rector of Dodington, Somerset, 1714-18, curate of Wedmore, Somerset, 1709-21, vicar 1721, until his death, buried there 10 March, 1741-2. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Castleman, Jonathanborn at Camberwell, Surrey, s. Paul. Brasenose Coll., matric. 1 April, 1679, aged 16; of the Inner Temple 1681. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Castleman, Paul (Castelman)born at Croydon, Surrey, s. Paul, gent. Brasenose Coll., matric. 1 April, 1679, aged 13; of the Inner Temple 1681, as son of Paul, late of Coberley, co. Gloucester, esq., deceased. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Castleman, Pauls. Jonat., of Coberley, co. Gloucester, gent. Balliol Coll., matric. 18 Jan., 1710-11, aged 18; B.A. from All Souls' Coll. 20 Feb., 1717-18, M.A. 1721.
Castleton, Nathaniely.s. John, of Dublin, Ireland, equitis. Magdalen Coll., matric. 17 March, 1694-5, aged 17; of the Middle Temple 1696. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. [30]
Castleton, Richard (Castelton)chaplain (studied also at Cambridge); B.Can.L. 2 July, 1515, as Robert.
Castley, Jamesof Westmorland, pleb. Queen's Coll., matric. 19 Oct., 1638, aged 16.
Castorllus, Johnof Geneva, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric.-entry under date 22 Dec., 1576, aged 22.
Castro, John defriar from Bologna; B.D. 10 Dec., 1514.
Caswell, Johns. Clement, of Crewkherne, Somerset, p.p. Wadham Coll., matric. 31 March, 1671, aged 16; servitor 1670-8, B.A. 1674, M.A. 1677, vice-principal of Hart Hall and esquire bedell of divinity, Savilian professor of astronomy 1709, until his death 28 April, 1712, buried in Holywell Church, See O.H.S., iii. 114; Ath., iv. 737; Hearne, i. 206. 302; Gardiner, 290; & Rawlinson, ii. 118. [35]
Catagre, Richardof All Souls' Coll. See Gatacre.
Catcher, Edwardof London, gent. Oriel Coll., matric. 9 April, 1597, aged 11; B.A. from Balliol Coll. 14 Feb., 1602-3, joined the Society of Jesus at Louvain in 1609 or 1611, died about 1624. See Foley's Records & D.N.B.
Catcher, Edwardof Berks, gent. All Souls' Coll., matric. 9 Nov., 1621, aged 18.
Catchmay, Christophers. John, of Trelleck, co. Monmouth, pleb. Jesus Coll., matric. 7 Dec., 1627, aged 21; B.A. 11 Feb., 1627-8, M.A. 12 June, 1630.
Catchmay, Richard (Chatchmay)of co. Gloucester, gent. Lincoln Coll., matric. 28 Nov., 1581, aged 15; one of these names knighted 19 June, 1608.
Catchmey, Robertof St. Mary Hall; B.C.L. 27 Feb., 1632-3, rector of Combe Hay, Somerset, 1641. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [6]
Catchmayd, Williams. William, of co. Monmouth, paup. Jesus Coll., matric. 10 June, 1687, aged 15; B.A. 1691, vicar of Chepstow 1695, and rector of Mitchel-Troy, co. Monmouth, 1702. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Catchpole, Johnof Christ Coll., Cambridge; created B.Med. 8 Feb., 1643-4.
Catcott, Alexander Stopfords. A(lex), of St. Martin's, London, gent. St. John's Coll., matric. 2 July, 1709, aged 16; scholar 1709, fellow 1712-22, B.C.L. 6 March, 1717-18, born 10 Oct., 1692, and admitted to Merchant Taylors' School 1699, and headmaster of the Grammar School 1722-44, reader in the mayor's chapel 1729, rector of St. Stephen's, Bristol, 1744, until his death 23 Nov., 1749. See Rawlinson, v. 209, xvi. 156, 353; D.N.B.; & Robinson, i. 344.
Cateline, FrancisM.A. Cambridge, incorp. 12 July, 1603, rector of Thurning, Norfolk, 1608. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [10]
Catelyn, LaurenceB.A. from Queen's Coll., Cambridge, 1658, fellow, M.A. 1662, B.D. 1671, incorp. 9 July, 1672, vicar of Oakington, co. Cambridge, 1670. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cater, AndrewB.A. from Queen's Coll., Cambridge, 1637, incorp. as M.A. 14 July, 1663, vicar of Bromham, Beds, 1661. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Calamy, ii. 304.
Cater, Georgeof co. Lincoln, pleb. St. John's Coll., matric. 22 June, 1593, aged 16 (subs. as Cate), B.A. 20 Feb., 1595-6; M.A. from St. Edmund Hall 17 Dec., 1613, then in orders, rector of Addlethorp, co. Lincoln, 1602-41. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cater, Jamesy.s. Edward, of Kempstone, Beds, equitis. Wadham Coll., matric. 19 July, 1677, aged 16; born 14 Oct., 1661, brother of Samuel and William.
Cater, John (or Carter)B.A. 22 Nov. 1530, M.A. 5 Feb., 1532-3, one of these names chantry priest, of Chaddesden, co. Derby, 1547. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [15]
Cater, Johns. Sam., of Stansted, Essex, arm. Wadham Coll., matric. 16 May, 1689, aged 15; one of these names M.P. Bedford 1710-15, Bedfordshire July, 1715-22, died 16 March, 1734. See Foster's Parliamentary Dictionary.
Cater, Robert (or Catter)fellow New Coll. 1531-44, from Newbery, Berks, B.A. 12 July, 1535, M.A. 11 June, 1539, a teacher or master at Eton.
Cater, Samuel1s. Edw., of Kempstone, Beds, equitis. St. Edmund Hall, matric. 18 May, 1666, aged 18; baptized at Kempstone 1 March, 1647, brother of James and William.
Cater, Thomas (or Carter)at Corpus Christi Coll. 17 March, 1527; B.A. (sup. 3 July) 1528, M.A. (sup. Feb.) 1531-2, Greek reader, rector of Fugglestone, Wilts, 1535. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cater, Thomaspleb. Hart Hall, matric. 18 Jan., 1627-8, aged 18; B.A. 22 Feb., 1627-8, M.A. 2 June, 1632. [20]
Cater, Williamgent. Merton Coll., matric. 21 March, 1683-4; of the Inner Temple 1684 (as son and heir of Edward, late of Kempston, Beds, knight), baptized at Kempston 26 March, 1666, buried in the Temple Church 14 June, 1686, brother of James and Samuel. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Caterall, Robert (Catherall)sup. for M.A. 13 May, 1510; administration as B.A., granted at Oxford 1 June, 1510.
Catesbye, Edwardof Northants, gent. Brasenose Coll., matric. 25 Oct., 1583, aged 17.
Catesbey, 'Eusebius,'of Northants, gent. Brasenose Coll., matric. 25 Oct., 1583, aged 13; B.A. 20 June, 1587.
Catesbye, Francisof Bucks, gent. Oriel Coll., matric. 15 Dec., 1592, aged 16. [25]
Catesby, Humphrey (Catshe)chorister of Magdalen Coll. 1575-82, B.A. from Magdalen Hall (? 7) Feb., 1583-4. See O.H.S., xii. 119; & Bloxam, i. 20.
Catesbie, Kenelmof Rutland, gent. Exeter Coll., matric.-entry under date 3 Dec., 1575, aged 19; of Seaton, Rutland, son of Michael.
Catesby, Richardsubscribed 18 June, 1613.
Catesbye, Robertof co. Warwick, militis. fil. Gloucester Hall, matric. 27 Oct., 1586, aged 14 (2nd son of Sir William, of Lapworth); the noted recusant and adherent of Robert, Earl of Essex, and projector of the Gunpowder Plot, shot dead at Holbeach, co. Stafford, 8 Nov., 1605, brother of William 1586. See D.N.B. & Genealogist, v. 61.
Catesby, Thomasof Bristol, gent. Trinity Coll., matric.-entry under date 11 Nov., 1574, aged 19.
Catesbye, Williamof co. Warwick, arm. Gloucester Hall, matric. 27 Oct., 1586, aged 15; brother of Robert. [31]
Catford, Johnof Devon, pleb. Merton Coll., matric. 19 Oct., 1621, aged 19, B.A. 31 Oct., 1621; M.A. from St. Mary Hall 2 June, 1624, vicar of Hockworthy, Devon, 1640. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Catforde, Robertof Devon, pleb. Exeter Coll., matric. 21 Jan., 1585-6, aged 16.
Catford, Williams. Walter, of North Petherton, Somerset, arm. Trnity Coll., matric. 25 Oct., 1675, aged 16.
Catherall, George (Caterall)B.A. from Brasenose Coll. 15 Feb., 1576-7. [35]
Catherall, James (Catterall)s. James, of Pendleton, co. Lancaster, pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric. 27 March, 1672, aged 18.
Catherall, RandolphB.C.L. 5 Dec., 1570, an antiquary residing at Oddington, Oxon, buried in the chancel of the parish church 9 June, 1625, 3rd son of John Catherall, of Horton, Cheshire, an attorney of the king's bench. See Fasti, i. 185.
Catherall, Samuels. S(amuel), of Henley, Cheshire, cler. Christ Church, matric. 17 Dec., 1680, aged 19, servitor 1680; removed to Brasenose Coll. 3 Dec., 1683, B.A. 1684, M.A. 1687, chaplain to Hugh, Baron of Nantwich, rector of Priston, Somerset, 1692, until his death in 1723, father of the next named. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Ath., iv. 610.
Catherall, Samuels. S(amuel), of Priston, Somerset, cler. Oriel Coll., matric. 22 March, 1710-11, aged 16; B.A. 1714, fellow 29 April, 1715, M.A. 1717, canon of Wells 1723, vicar of Inglishcomb, Somerset, 1722-64. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Rawlinson, ii. 172, xvi. 359.
Catstrey, Walterof Lemster, co. Hereford, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 16 April, 1641, aged 16. [40]
Cattle, Henrys. Henry, of Swill, Somerset, pleb. St. Mary Hall, matric. 13 Dec., 1633, aged 20.
Cattell, Josephs. John, of Kilsby, Northants, p.p. Pembroke Coll., matric. 27 Oct., 1697, aged 19, B.A. 1701; incorp. at Cambridge 1708, M.A. from St. John's Coll. 1708, vicar of Rothwell, Northants, 1704. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cattell, Thomass. William, of Warwick (city), pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric. 30 May, 1707, aged 17; B.A. from All Souls' Coll. 19 March, 1710-11; M.A. from New Inn Hall 1715, chaplain of Christ's College in Manchester. See Rawlinson, iii. 344.
Catton, HenryB.A. 13 Feb., 1527-8, one of these names rector of a mediety of Westborough, co. Lincoln, 1551. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Caudwel, Williampleb. New Inn Hall, matric. 12 Dec., 1654; B.A. 17 Dec., 1654, M.A. 8 June, 1657. See also Caldwell.
Caudwell, Williams. William, of Coventry, co. Warwick, p.p. Christ Church, matric. 17 Dec., 1680, aged 17; B.A. 1684, M.A. 1687, vicar of Flitton, Beds, 1703. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [5]
Cauke, Johnof co. Stafford, pleb. Jesus Coll., matric.-entry under date 27 June, 1580, aged 16.
Cauldwell, Edwards. Thomas, of Malpas, Cheshire, p.p. Queen's Coll., matric. 10 March, 1664-5, aged 17; B.A. from Oriel Coll. 1668; incorp. at Cambridge 1671, M.A. from Queen's Coll. 1672.
CaulfeildSee also Calfhill, page 230.
Caulfeild, Alexander (Callfeild)of Oxon, arm. Christ Church, matric.— Feb., 1597-8, aged 18 (called Calphill in Mat. Reg.); of Gray's Inn 1597, as son and heir of George, then reader of Gray's Inn, probably brother of Thomas 1602. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.
Caulfeild, George (Calfhill and Callfilde)of Christ Church 1561, student 1564, B.A. 25 June, 1566, admitted to Gray's Inn 1568, barrister 1581, autumn reader 1597, bencher 15 Nov. following, recorder of Oxford, M.P. Wycombe 1584-5, Oxford 1586-7, 1588-9, 1593, 1597-8, 1601, father of Alexander last named, possibly brother of Richard next named.
Caulfield, Richardstudent of Christ Church 1567, B.A. 19 Feb., 1573-4, M.A. 27 June, 1577. See O.H.S., xii. 38-9. [11]
Caulfeild, Robert2s. William, Baronis Charlemount (of Ireland). Exeter Coll., matric. 22 March, 1638-9, aged 16; 4th baron in 1642, died the same year.
Caulfeild, Thomas (Callfeilde)of Oxon, arm. Balliol Coll., matric. 18 June, 1602, aged 17, B.A. 23 June, 1602; M.A. from Gloucester Hall 30 June, 1606, probably brother of Alexander.
Caulfeild, Toby1s. William, Baron Charlemount of Ireland. Exeter Coll., matric. 2 June, 1638, aged 17; 3rd baron, admitted to Lincoln's Inn 1637, M.P. co. Tyrone 1639, taken prisoner by O'Neill and shot dead 1 March, 1642. See Foster's Peerage & D.N.B.
Caulton, Robertof Berks, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 16 June, 1610, aged 17. [15]
Caunt, Thomass. Walter, of Madeley, co. Hereford, pleb. Jesus Coll., matric. 28 May, 1641, aged 16.
Caunter, Bartholomews. Bartholomew, of Maristow, Devon, pleb. Christ Church, matric. 21 Oct., 1636, aged 18.
Caunton, Johnof Kent, gent. University Coll., matric. 25 Oct., 1588, aged 15; perhaps of the Middle Temple 1598, as son and heir of Thomas, of Nonnington, Kent. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
CauntwellSee Cantwell, page 234.
Causton, JohnB.D. Cambridge, incorp. 12 July, 1597, rector of Otley, Suffolk, 1606. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [20]
Causton, RichardB.Can.L. 3 April, 1530 (Causton alias Gumbye).
Cave, (—) pleb. Exeter Coll., matric. 4 May, 1621, aged 17.
Cave, (Sir) Ambrose1525. See Cooper, i. 251; & D.N.B.
Cave, Brian'cler. fil.' Wadham Coll., matric. 10 March, 1656-7; scholar 1657, aged 18, of Middleton Cheney, B.A. 16 Jan., 1659-60, M.A. 1662, fellow 1662, librarian 1673, apparently son of John Cave, the intruding rector of Middleton Cheney, died at Astrop, Northants, in Aug., 1675, buried at King's Sutton, perhaps brother of John 1655. See Gardiner, 216.
Cave, Charless. Roger, of Eydon, Northants, baronet, Christ Church, matric. 24 Nov., 1698, aged 14; student of the Middle Temple 1700, drowned at sea in Nov., 1703. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Cave, Francisof co. Leicester, gent. Magdalen Coll., matric.-entry under date 1571, aged 17; probably of Barrowden, Rutland, and 2nd son of Thomas, of Bagrave, co. Leicester, who was eldest son of Francis, D.C.L. [26]
Cave, Franciss. F. ('Fr.'), of Westbury, Wilts, gent. Christ Church, matric. 12 April, 1701, aged 18; vicar of Norton Bavant, Wilts, 1716. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cave, Georges. Geo., of Milton, Oxon, gent. Trinity Coll., matric. 7 Feb., 1693-4, aged 17; B.A. 1697.
Cave, Henrys. Joh., of Coleorton, co. Leicester, cler. Lincoln Coll., matric. 9 July, 1694, aged 17; B.A. 1698, brother of John 1683.
Cave, Jeromeof Norfolk, gent. Trinity Coll., matric.-entry under date 20 Sept., 1574, aged 9; 'Gram. Mro. Chamberlein tutori.' [30]
Cave, Johnof co. Stafford, gent. Trinity Coll., admission under date 20 Sept., 1574, aged 10, 'Gram. Mro. Chamberlein tutori'; matric. from St. Mary Hall 27 Nov., 1581, aged 17, B.A. 8 Feb., 1582-3.
Cave, Johnsubscribed 23 April, 1613; B.A. from Lincoln Coll. 24 April, 1616, M.A. 28 Jan., 161819 (son of John Cave, of Pickwell, co. Leicester), rector of Pickwell 1629, until deprived in 1642, died in Nov., 1657, father of William 1653. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & D.N.B.
Cave, Johnof Wilts, pleb. Exeter Coll., matric. 16 Oct., 1618, aged 19 (as Cane); B.A. 21 June, 1620, M.A. 7 May, 1623 (as Cave).
Cave, Johnequitis fil. Magdalen Hall, matric. 23 Oct., 1629, aged 17; B.A. 22 Oct., 1629, probably 2nd son of Sir Brian Cave, of Ingarsby, co. Leicester, and aged 7, at the Heralds' Visitation of 1619, and may be the intruding rector of Middleton Cheney, Northants, 1646-58, father of Brian 1657, and perhaps of John 1655.
Cave, Johns. John, of Thorp Malsor, Northants, pleb. New Inn Hall, matric. 1 April, 1631, aged 18; B.A. 29 April, 1634, M.A. 19 Jan., 1636-7, his will proved at Oxford 30 Oct., 1637, and that of Mary, his widow, 26 Aug., 1639. [35]
Cave, John'cler. fil.' Magdalen Hall, matric. 28 March, 1655; demy Magdalen Coll. 1655-60, B.A. 11 June, 1658; fellow Lincoln Coll. 1660, M.A. 1661, vicar of Great Milton, Oxon, 1661(-93?), rector of Houghton-on-the-Hill, co. Leicester, 1663, and of Cold Overton, co. Leicester, 1663-90, chaplain to Dr. Nathl. Crewe, Bishop of Durham, rector of Gateshead, co. Durham, 1675-9, and of Nailstone, co. Leicester, 1679, canon of Durham 1686, died in Oct., 1690 (son of John, impropriator and vicar of Great Milton, Oxon), father of John next named, and of Henry 1694, possibly brother of Brian 1657. See Ath., i., p. xxxvi., and vol. iv. 291; & Bloxam, v. 221.
Cave, Johns. J(ohn), of Cold Overton, co. Leicester, cler. Lincoln Coll., matric. 19 Nov., 1680, aged 16; B.A. 1684, M.A. 1687, rector of Cathorpe, co. Leicester, 1687-1733, and of Cold Overton 1691-6, father of the next named and brother of Henry 1694. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Fasti, ii. 401.
Cave, Johns. J(ohn), of Cold Overton, co. Leicester, cler. Magdalen Hall, matric. 31 March, 1705, aged '16.'
Cave, MichaelB.A. from St. Mary Hall 14 July, 1610, rector of Manby, co. Lincoln, 1620. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cave, Oliverof Northants, militis fil. Christ Church, matric. 16 Nov., 1610, aged 15; of Swinford, co. Leicester, admitted to Gray's Inn 1613 (as son of Thomas, of Stanford, Northants), died in Sept., 1660, brother of Thomas 1608. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.
Cave, RichardB.A. (sup. 6 March) 1507-8. [5]
Cave, Richardof Northants, arm. fil. nat. max. Oriel Coll., matric. 22 Oct., 1602, aged 15; B.A. 16 April, 1605 (as 'eq. fil.'), died at Padua 26 July, 1606, aged 19, pyramidal monument in Stanford Church, brother of Oliver and of Thomas 1608.
Cave, (Sir) Thomasof Northants. Lincoln Coll., matric.-entry under date 15 March, 1575-6, aged 13; eldest son of Roger Cave, of Stanford, and knighted 9 July, 1603, died 6 Sept., 1613, aged 51, marble monument in Stanford church, father of Thomas 1608, and of Oliver 1610, and of Richard last named.
Cave, Thomasof co. Worcester, pleb. St. Mary Hall, matric. 11 Oct., 1583, aged 17; of St. Helens, Worcester (son of Richard, of Leigh, yeoman), father of Sir Richard, slain at Naseby ex parte regis.
Cave, (Sir) Thomasof Northants, militis fil. Oriel Coll., matric. 14 Oct., 1608, aged 14; son of Sir Thomas Cave (1576), and knighted (? 17 Aug., 1616), father of the next named, and brother of Oliver 1610, and Richard.
Cave, (Sir) Thomass. Thomas, of Stanford, Northants, 'equ.' St. John's Coll., matric. 28 April, 1637, aged 15; knighted 14 or 24, and created a baronet 20 or 30 June, 1641, died 1670. [10]
Cave, (Sir) Thomass. Roger, of Stanford, Northants, bart. Christ Church, matric. 27 Jan., 1698-9, aged 16; 3rd baronet, M.P. Leicestershire in 3 parliaments, Feb., 1711, until his death, 21 April, 1719. See Foster's Baronetage.
Cave, Vincents. Henry, of Simonstone, co. Lancaster, adm. scholar of Gonville and Caius Coll., Cambridge, 20 Aug., 1658, aged 18, LL.B. 1664 (as Timothy), incorp. as B.C.L. 12 July, 1664. See Venn, 247.
Cave, Walters. Thomas, of Martley, co. Worcester, yeoman, admitted sizar of St. John's Coll., Cambridge, 31 March, 1655, aged 17, M.A. 1662; incorp. 18 Feb., 1662-3, chaplain Christ Church, his will proved at Oxford 7 Oct., 1704. See Mayor, 119.
Cave, Williams. William, of Yateley, Hants, pleb. Trinity Coll., matric. 6 July, 1638, aged 17; died 1707, leaving issue.
Cave, Williamgent. Magdalen Coll., matric. 18 March, 1657-8, demy 1656-68; B.A. 1661, M.A. 1664, rector of Saltfleetby, co. Lincoln, 1668-90. See Bloxam, v. 231. [15]
Cave, Williams. John, of Pickwell, co. Leicester, adm. sizar of St. John's Coll., Cambridge, 11 May, 1653, aged 15; B.A. 1656, M.A. 1660, D.D. 1672, incorp. 12 July, 1681, vicar of Islington St. Mary, Middlesex, 1662, rector of Ryton, co. Durham, 1677-9, and of Great All Hallows, London, 1679, chaplain to Charles II., 1684, and vicar of Isleworth, Middlesex, 1690, canon of Windsor 1684, until his death 4 Aug., 1713. See Fasti, ii, 382; Mayor, 110; & D.N.B.
Cavell, Williamchaplain, B.Can.L. 10 Feb., 1516-17, preb. of Endellion, in Cornwall, 1536.
Cavell, Williamfellow of New Coll. 1546-53, from Bradford, in Devon, B.A.; M.A. 17 July, 1556, rector of Bradford, Devon, 1560, canon of Exeter 1562, rector of Holsworthy, Devon, 1567. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cavendish, Charles'subscribed' 30 April, 1613, perhaps Sir Charles, of Wallington, knighted 10 Aug., 1619, M.P. Nottingham 1624-5, 1628-9, and AprilMay 1640, who died 4 Feb., 1653-4, son of Sir Charles, of Welbeck Abbey, Notts.
Cavendish, Charles1s. Henry, of Doveridge, co. Derby, arm. Magdalen Hall, matric. 20 May, 1636, aged 18. [20]
Cavendish, Henrys. Francis, of Doveridge, co. Derby, arm. Christ Church, matric. 13 Nov., 1663, aged 15.
Cavendish, Richarddied 1600. See Cooper, ii. 302; & D.N.B,
Cavendish, Thomassubscribed 30 April, 1613.
Cavendish, Williamson and heir of William, Baron Hardwicke, created M.A. Cambridge, incorp. 8 July, 1608, 2nd Earl of Devonshire, admitted to Gray's Inn 1602, knighted at Whitehall 7 March, 1608-9, M.P. Bishops Castle 1610-11, co. Derby 1614, 1621-2, and 1624, until 3 March, 1625-6, when he succeeded to the earldom, died 20 June, 1628. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.; Fasti, i. 328; & D.N.B.
Cavendish, Lord William1s. (William) Earl of Devonshire; created M.A. 28 Sept., 1663, Duke of Devonshire and Marquis of Hartington, so created 12 May, 1694, M.P. Derbyshire 1661-81, perp. curate and lord steward of the household 1684, K.G. 1689, died 18 Aug., 1707. See Foster's Peerage & D.N.B.
Cawdrey, AntonyM.A. Cambridge, incorp. 12 July, 1603. [26]
Cawdrey, Danielfil. D(aniel), scriptores; B.A. from Magdalen Hall 17 Dec., 1656, M.A. 25 June, 1659, his father rector of Little Ilford, Essex, 1617, and rector of Great Billing, Northants, 1625, until ejected in 1662 for nonconformity, sequestered to vicarage of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields 1649, a noted member of the assembly of divines, died in Oct., 1664. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus; D.N.B., Add. MS., 15,671, p. 29; & Calamy, iii. 27.
CawdreyJohn; B.A. from Magdalen Coll. 24 March, 1652-3.
Cawdray, ThomasM.A. Cambridge, incorp. 16 July, 1601.
Cawdron, Roberts. R., of Hale Magna, co. Lincoln, arm. Wadham Coll., matric. 7 Nov., 1705, aged 15.
Cawga, Richardof Cornwall, pleb. Christ Church, matric. 27 Nov., 1581, aged 19. [31]
Cawley, Henrys. John, of Henley, Oxon, doctoris. New Coll., matric. 14 Jan., 1692-3, aged 19; B.C.L. 1699, brother of John 1681, and of Walrond.
Cawley, Jamess. Robert, of Gresford, co. Denbigh, gent. Jesus Coll., matric. 5 June, 1702, aged 17; bar.-at law, Gray's Inn, 1711, dead before 1723. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.
Cawley, Johnarm. Magdalen Coll., matric. 22 Jan., 1648-9, demy 1648-50, fellow All Souls' Coll. by the visitors 1651, B.A. 28 Feb., 1651-2, M.A. 13 June, 1654, B.D. 12 July, 1662, D.D. 5 July, 1666 (son of William, of Chichester, the regicide), rector of Bradwell-by-the-Sea, 1662, of Henley-onThames, Oxon, 1663, and of Dudcot, Berks, 1665, archdeacon of Lincoln 1667, (having been deprived in 1687 and restored), until his death 13 Aug., 1709, aged 77, father of Henry 1693, and of John next named, and of Walrond. See Bloxam, v. 210; Burrows; Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus; Fasti, ii. 292; Ath., iv. 580; & Hearne, i. 303, ii. 246.
Cawley, Johnborn at Henley, Oxon, s. (John), archdeacon of Lincoln. Trinity Coll., matric. 6 May, 1681, aged 16, B.A. 1685; perhaps B.C.L. from St. Mary Hall 26 March, 1691, brother of Henry 1693, and of Walrond. [35]
Cawley, Samuelgent. Brasenose Coll., matric. 6 Nov., 1650.
Cawley, Thomass. Th., of Shotwick, co. Chester, pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric. 1 April, 1710, aged 17; B.A. 1713, M.A. 1717, vicar of Newingtonjuxta-Hythe, Kent, 1725-6. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cawley, Walrondborn at Henley-on-Thames, Oxon, s. John, s.t.d., archdeacon of Lincoln. New Coll., matric. 4 Nov., 1687, aged 21; fellow, rector of Cosgrave, Northants, 1691, administration at Oxford granted 20 April, 1692, brother of Henry 1693, and of John 1681.
Cawley, Williamof Sussex, gent. Hart Hall, matric. 20 April, 1621, aged 18; of Gray's Inn 1622, as of city of Chichester, gent.; of Rumbleswick, Sussex (son of John, of Chichester, alderman), 'the Regicide,' M.P. Chichester 1628-9, Midhurst 164053 (L.P.), and Rumper 1659, a commissioner on trial of the King, signed the warrant, condemned to death in 1660, but escaped, died in Switzerland 6 Jan., 1666, aged 63. See Foster's Parliamentary Dictionary & D.N.B.
Cawode, Johns. John, Queen's printer; B.C.L. 4 June, 1567, fellow of New Coll. 1560, from London (city), where he died 1570 of the plague. See D.N.B. & O.H.S., i. 267.
Cawood, Johns. I., of Worsborough, co. York, pleb. University Coll., matric. 15 July, 1681, aged 17. [5]
Cawse, Thomasprincipal of St. Edmund Hall, 1501-2, perhaps B.D. 18 Jan., 1506-7. See O.H.S., i. 49.
Cawsey, Johns. J(ohn), of Bideford, Devon, gent. Exeter Coll., matric. 9 March, 1702-3, aged 16; bar.-at-law, Middle Temple, 1709. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Cawthorne, Richards. William, of Warwick (town), pleb. Gloucester Hall, matric. 1 May, 1668, aged 17; B.A. from Hart Hall 11 March, 1671-2; incorp. at Cambridge 1683, M.A. from Trinity Coll. 1683, vicar of Hampton-on-Thames 1679. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cawton, Thomas'cler. fil.' Merton Coll., matric. 31 March, 1660; B.A. 3 April, 1660, born at Wivenhoe, Essex, (son of Thomas, of Queen's College, Cambridge, rector of St. Bartholomew's Exchange, a learned and religious puritan), 3 years in the university of Utrecht, settled at Westminster as a nonconformist; of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, clerk, bachelor, licenced 10 April, 1668, to marry Anne Scutt, of St. Margaret, Westminster, spinster, died 10 April, 1677, buried in the New Church in Tothill Street. See Ath., iii. 1108; Calamy, i. 252, iii. 130; & D.N.B.
Caxton, Roberts. Tho., of Barton, Bucks, pleb. Balliol Coll., matric. 1 Dec., 1699, aged 16; called Paxton in Mat. Reg. [10]
Caye, Abrahamof co. York, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 31 Oct., 1589, aged 14; B.A. 8 Dec., 1593, as Caius.
Caye, Johnof Brasenose Coll., 1585. See Key.
Cayley, Jamess. Richard, of Exhall, co. Warwick, gent. Lincoln Coll., matric. 10 April, 1674, aged 18; B.A. from Hart Hall, 29 Jan., 1677-8.
Cayley, John (or Kayley)of Magdalen Hall; M.A. 8 March, 1507-8, principal 1511. See O.H.S., i. 51.
Cayley, Matthewof Northants, 'cler. fil.' Lincoln Coll., matric. 5 May, 1615, aged 15; B.A. 1 July, 1618, M.A. 20 April, 1621. [15]
Cayley, Nicholas (Kayle)B.Can.L. (sup. in Oct.) 1507. See also Kayle.
Cayley, Richard (Kayley)of Balliol Coll.; B.A. (sup. 22 March) 1508-9, M.A. 29 Jan., 1513-14, vicar of Whitfield, Northants, 1516.
Caylie, Williamof Kent, pleb. Exeter Coll., matric. 20 Nov., 1581, aged 28.
Cayme, Thomas (Keyme)fellow New Coll. 1534, from Lewes, Sussex, B.A. 28 Feb., 1537-8, M.A. 15 March, 1541-2, entered service of Earl of Warwick 1547. See O.H.S., i. 311.
Cecill, (Hon.) Charless. Rob., of London, arm. Christ Church, matric. 10 Oct., 1712, aged 17, B.C.L. 1719; D.D. Comitiis Regiis (Cambridge), 1728, and admitted 1731, incorp. LL.B. at Cambridge 1731, rector of Hatfield Bishops, Herts, 1719, bishop of Bristol 1733-4, Bangor 1734, until his death 29 May, 1737. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cecill, Edmund (Cæcyll or Carryll)of Bristol, pleb. Merton Coll., matric. 1 Dec., 1581, aged 20 (called Cicell in Mat. Reg.). [21]
Cecill, Jamesgent. Christ Church, matric. 9 April, 1656; a student of Lincoln's Inn 1657, as son and heir of Philip, of Warncombe, co. Monmouth. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Cecil, James (5th) Earl of Salisbury.Christ Church, matric. 8 June, 1705, aged 14; created M.A. 27 March, 1707, died 9 Oct., 1728. See Foster's Peerage.
Cecill, Johnof co. Worcester, gent. Trinity Coll., matric.-entry under date 12 Dec., 1572, aged 16; 'Mro. Chamberlaine Tutori dial,' scholar 1573, B.A. 17 May, 1576, fellow 1576, M.A. 14 March, 1579-80.
CecilNicolas (Syssell or Cyssell); B.A. (sup. 11 March) 1508-9. [25]
Cecill, Richards. John, of Bristol, gent. Christ Church, matric. 7 Nov., 1673, aged 18; B.A. from Balliol Coll. 1677, M.A. 1680.
Cecil, Robert ('the great'), Earl of Salisbury (so created 4 May, 1605); M.A. Cambridge 19 July, 1605, incorp. 30 Aug., 1605, knighted 20 May, 1591, P.C. 1591, M.P. Westminster 1584-5, 1586-7, Herts 1588-9, 1593, 1596-7, 1601, chancellor of Cambridge University 1601, and of Dublin 1601, lord treasurer of England 1608, K.G. 1605, principal secretary of state 1596-1612, keeper of privy seal 1597-1612, created Baron Cecil 1603, and Viscount Cranborne 1604, died 24 May, 1612, father of William 1605. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.; Fasti, i. 309; & D.N.B.
Cecil, Thomas (Cecyll, Cycell or Cicelye)fellow from New Coll. 1534-50, from Calne, Wilts, as 'Sycylle,' B.A. 16 July, 1538, M.A. 18 April, 1542. See O.H.S., i. 311.
Cecill, Thomass. William, of Monmouth (town), pleb. Jesus Coll., matric. 7 Dec., 1627, aged 19; B.A. 24 Oct., 1628, M.A. 18 June, 1631, rector of Llanbedr, co. Brecon, 1639. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cecill, Thomass. Philip, of Gresmon, co. Monmouth, gent. Merton Coll., matric. 1 March, 1702-3, aged 16; B.A. 24 March, 1706-7. [30]
Cecil, (Sir) Williamof St. John's Coll., Cambridge, 1535, and created M.A. Aug., 1564, chancellor 1559, secretary of State 1548-9 and 1558-72, created M.A. Oxford 6 Sept., 1566, entered Gray's Inn 1541, first chancellor of the University of Dublin 1593, knighted 11 Oct., 1551, M.P. Stamford 1547-52, co. Lincoln Oct.-Dec., 1555, 1559, Northants 1563-7, created Lord Burghley 13 Feb., 1570-1, lord treasurer 1572, died 4 Aug., 1598, father of Robert 1605. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.; Cooper, ii. 249; Fasti, i. 177; & D.N.B.
Cecil, WilliamViscount Cranborne, k.b., 1s. (Robert), Earl of Salisbury; created M.A. 30 Aug., 1605, 2nd Earl of Salisbury, K.G. 1624, admitted to Gray's Inn 2 Feb., 1605, M.P. Weymouth and Melcombe Regis 1610-11, King's Lynn Sept., 1649-53 (L.P.), Herts 1654-5, 1656-8, a Rumper 1659, P.C. 1626, a member of the Westminster assembly of divines 1643, died 3 Dec., 1668. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg. & Fasti, i. 314.
Ceely, Edwardarm. fil. nat. max. St. John's Coll., matric. 19 May, 1659, bar.-at-law, Middle Temple, 1669, as son and heir of Edward, of Charlton, Michael Creech, Somerset. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Ceely, John (gent. 1658arm. 1660). Exeter Coll., matric. 18 March, 1657-8; B.A. 1660, M.A. 1663, vicar of Paignton, Devon, 1670, canon of Exeter 1674, rector of Clyst St. Mary, Devon, 1682, perhaps brother of William 1659. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Ceely, Johns. Rob., of Wembworthy, Devon, gent. Exeter Coll., matric. 7 March, 1704-5, aged 20; B.A. 1708, rector of Moreleigh, Devon, 1710. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Ceely, Maurices. William, of North Curry, Somerset, arm. Exeter Coll., matric. 2 Dec., 1631, aged 20; bar.-at-law, Middle Temple, 1640, brother of William 1622. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Ceely, Thomass. Thomas, of Plymouth, Devon, gent. Magdalen Hall, matric. 11 May, 1632, aged 18; rector of Lapford, Devon, 1637. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Ceely, Williamo.s. William, of North Curry, Somerset, arm. Exeter Coll., matric. 13 Dec., 1622, aged 19; bar.-at-law, Middle Temple, 1632 (his father also a barrister of the Middle Temple 1599), buried in the Temple Church 20 July, 1662, brother of Maurice 1631. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Ceely, Williamarm. Exeter Coll., matric. 25 March, 1659, perhaps brother of John 1658. [6]
ChabreusGideonD.Med. 30 Oct., 1649. See Fasti, ii. 122.
ChaceSee Chase.
Chadburne, DanielM.A. Cambridge, incorp. 30 Aug., 1605.
Chadd, Roger (Chede)B.A. June 1518, M.A. 31 April, 1521, as 'Shede.' [10]
Chadderton, AlexanderM.A. Cambridge, incorp. 10 July, 1610, rector of Hastings All Saints 1619. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Chaderton, Roberts. John, of Middleton, co. Lancaster, pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric. 14 May, 1675, aged 20.
Chaddocke, Thomass. Th., of Leigh, co. Lancaster, pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric. 23 March, 1688-9, aged 17; B.A. 1692, vicar of Eccles, co. Lancaster, 1721. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Chadwell, Edmond'subscribed' 18 Feb., 1613-14; sup. for B.A. 2 May, 1617, from New Coll.
Chadwell, Edmundof co. Gloucester, gent. St. John's Coll., matric. 22 June, 1610, aged 18. [15]
Chadwell, Edmundarm. Queen's Coll., matric. 18 Nov., 1650, of Lincoln's Inn 1654, as 3rd son of William, of Broadwell, co. Gloucester, gent. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Chadwell, Edmunds. Edmund, of Wroughton, gent. Wadham Coll., matric. 16 July, 1661, aged 17; scholar 1661, as of Tidworth, Wilts, B.A. 2 March, 1664-5, M.A. 1667, died in April, 1668, buried in the College Chapel. See Gardiner, 238.
Chadwell, Edwardof Oxon, gent. Jesus Coll., matric. 27 April, 1582, aged 10 (? 20).
Chadwell, Edward'Mri. Case's scholar' 18 Oct., 1583 (? if not same as last named).
Chadwell, Johnof co. Gloucester, pleb. Balliol Coll., matric. 19 Oct., 1599, aged 20; B.A. 14 July, 1602, of the Middle Temple 1604, as son and heir of William, of Broadwell, co. Gloucester. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. [20]
Chadwell, John; created M.A. from Wadham Coll. 16 May, 1663 (Cat. Grads.), one of these names rector of Farnham, Dorset, 1653, and of Mapowder, Dorset, 1657. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Chadwell, Richardof Oxon, gent. St. John's Coll., matric. 4 May, 1593, aged 15.
Chadwell, Simonof Oxon, gent. Magdalen Hall, matric.-entry under date 25 Feb., 1580-1, aged 15; of Lincoln's Inn 1586. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Chadwell, Williams. William, of Broadwell, co. Gloucester, gent. Exeter Coll., matric. 2 Dec., 1631, aged 17; B.A. 7 June, 1632, created D.C.L. 1 or 2 Nov., 1644, bar.-at-law, Lincoln's Inn, 1640, M.P. St. Michael, Cornwall, April-May, 1640, and 1640 (L.P.) till disabled 22 Jan., 1644. See Foster's Judges and Barristers & Fasti, ii. 42.
Chadwell, Williams. Tho., of Barrington, p.p. St. Edmund Hall, matric. 3 July, 1663; B.A. 1666, vicar of Shilton, Oxon, 1672. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [25]
Chadwick, CharlesB.A. from Christ's Coll., Cambridge, 1580, M.A. 1583, incorp. 9 July, 1583; senior fellow of Emanuel Coll. 1585, B.D. 1589, styled D.D. 1607, vicar of Winsford, Somerset, 1594, rector of Woodham Ferrers, Essex, 1601-27, chaplain to Queen Elizabeth, James I., and to Thomas Howard, Earl of Suffolk, died 4 May, 1627. See Foster's Lancashire Collection.
Chadwick, Georges. Thomas, of Arnold, Notts, pleb. Wadham Coll., matric. 29 Nov., 1694, aged 18. See Joseph 1709.
Chadwicke, Jamessubscribed 1 July, 1613, B.A. from St. Mary Hall 29 Jan., 1616-17, M.A. 22 Oct., 1619, rector of Kings Stanley, co. Gloucester, 1630, until sequestered 1646. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Add. MS., 15,670, p. 161.
Chadwick, Jonathanfellow of Magdalen Coll., Cambridge, B.A. 1670, M.A. 1674, incorp. 13 July, 1675, of Chadwick, co. Lancaster, died s.p., son of Jonathan, D.Med. See Foster's Lancashire Collection.
Chadwick, Josephs. Dan., of Hodsdon, Herts, cler. University Coll., matric. 23 Nov., 1709, aged 19; B.A. 1713, rector of Brigsley, co. Lincoln, 1716, vicar of Arnall, Notts, 1721. See George 1694 & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [30]
Chadwick, Lewiss. Lewis, of Rochdale, co. Lancaster, pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric. 18 Dec., 1693, aged 17; B.A. 1697, died unmarried.
Chadwick, Roberts. John, of Ellandroode, co. Lancaster, pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric. 19 June, 1640, aged 16.
Chadwicke, Valentines. Valentine, of Northampton (town), pleb. p.p. Pembroke Coll., matric. 26 April, 1662, aged 18; rector of Great Chart, Kent, 1669, vicar of East Peckham 1687. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Chadwick, WilliamB.A. from Magdalen Coll., Cambridge, 1645, incorp. as M.A. 11 July, 1654, canon of Lichfield 1661, vicar of Dinton, Wilts, 1665, and rector of Sherfield English, Hants, 1666, perhaps son of John, of Chadwick, clerk.
Chadwicke, Williams. Th., of Middleton, co. Lancaster, pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric. 5 March, 1680-1, aged 17, B.A. 1684; incorp. at Cambridge 1693, M.A. from Jesus Coll. 1693, rector of Wormley, Herts, 1690. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [35]
Chaffante, Thomaschorister of Magdalen Coll. 1561-8, matriculated 1564. See Bloxam, i. 17.
Chafe, Henrys. H., of Taunton, Somerset, p.p. Pembroke Coll., matric. 7 April, 1685, aged 19; B.A. 1688.
Chafe, Moulinss. Thomas, of All Weston (? West Hall), Dorset, arm. Queen's Coll., matric. 22 May, 1685, aged 16; of West Hall in Sherborne, admitted to the Middle Temple 1686, died s.p. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Chafe, Thomasof Devon, gent. Exeter Coll., matric. 23 March, 1603-4, aged 16; B.A. 21 Oct., 1607, M.A. 23 June, 1610.
Chafe, Thomasarm. Wadham Coll., matric. 18 March, 1657-8; son of Thomas, of Sherborne, Dorset (according to Gardiner, 222), but not a barrister, M.P. Bridport 1685-7, died 25 Nov., 1701, aged 59. [40]


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