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'Chaffey-Chivers', Alumni Oxonienses 1500-1714 (1891), pp. 255-273. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=117051 Date accessed: 21 August 2014.


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Chaffey-Chivers

Chaffey, Johns. Walter, of Sherbourn, Dorset, pleb. Wadham Coll., matric. 22 March, 1704-5, aged 18 (called Thomas in Mat. Reg.); servitor 1705, clerk 1707-8, B.A. 1708, M.A. 1712, vicar of Long Burton 1712-18, and of Lillington 1718-57, rector of Purse Candle, Dorset, 1730, until his death 9 Nov., 1757. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Gardiner, 421, 483.
Chafy, Thomasof Somerset, pleb. Hart Hall, matric. 1 March, 1582-3, aged 21; one of these names rector of Stoke Gaylard, Dorset, 1603, perhaps father of William 1610. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Chaffie, Thomassubscribed 10 Dec., 1613, B.A. from Queen's Coll. 7 Nov., 1615.
Chaffy, Williamof Somerset, 'cler. fil.' St. Mary Hall, matric. 18 June, 1610, aged 16; B.A. from St. Edmund Hall 16 Feb., 1614-15, rector of Walton in Gordano, Somerset, 1618-30. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Chaffie, Williampleb. Balliol Coll., matric. 9 Nov., 1650; B.A. 17 Dec., 1652, vicar of Compton Dundon, Somerset, 1661. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [5]
Chaffey, WilliamNew Inn Hall, matric. 21 July, 1660.
Chafin, Georges. Thomas, of Chettell, Dorset, arm. Oriel Coll., matric. 12 July, 1707, aged 18; of Chettell, Dorset, M.P. in 7 parliaments 1713-54, died 7 Sept., 1766. See Foster's Parliamentary Dictionary.
Chafyn, Thomasfellow of New Coll. 1502-5, from Warminster, Wilts, B.A. 30 June, 1505; M.A. 27 March, 1508-9, of Exeter Coll., rector of Broughton, Wilts, 1504, and of Donhead St. Mary and of Poulshot, Wilts, 1509. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & O.H.S., i. 40.
Chaffin, Thomasof St. John's Coll. in and before 1566. See Visitation of Wilts.
Chafin, Thomasof Wilts, gent. St. Alban Hall, matric. 19 Oct., 1599, aged 18. [10]
Chafin, Thomasfellow of Exeter Coll. 1609-21, B.A. 9 July, 1612, M.A. 27 April, 1615, B. & D.D. 9 July, 1628, a preacher at the Temple Church, rector of Long Newton, Wilts (with preb. annexed), 1628, and of Fovant, Wilts, 1629, vicar of Mere, Wilts, 1630, preb. of Llandaff 1630. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus; Boase, 57; & O.H.S., xii. 313.
Chafin, Thomass. Thomas, of Chettell, Dorset, arm. Magdalen Hall, matric. 18 May, 1666, aged 15; of Chettle, M.P. Poole 1679-81 & 1685-7, Dorchester Dec., 1689-90, Hindon 1690, until his death shortly before 20 April, 1691, father of Thomas 1693. See Foster's Parliamentary Dictionary.
Chafin, Thomass. William, of Zeals, Wilts, gent. Magdalen Coll., matric. 15 July, 1682, aged 15; bar.-at-law, Middle Temple, 1690, bencher 1713. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Chafin, Thomasof Dorset, arm. Wadham Coll., matric. 3 April, 1693, aged 18; of the Middle Temple 1693, as son and heir of Thomas, of Chettle, Dorset, esq., baptized 27 Jan., 1675, M.P. Shaftesbury 1699-1700, 1701, 1702, until his death at Chettle s.p. 16 March, 1711. See Gardiner, 379; & Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Chaffin, Williamof Wilts, arm. St. John's Coll., matric.-entry under date 1575, aged 18; of Zeals Clevedon, Wilts, father of the next named. [15]
Chafin, Williamof Wilts, arm. fil. nat. max. Exeter Coll., matric. 3 June, 1603, aged 17.
Chair, Edward dep.p. Lincoln Coll., matric. 16 March, 1694-5, aged 17; 'Edward de Chair, son of Edward de Chair, born in Covent Garden, London, aged 17, admitted a commoner 15 March, 1694-5' (Lincoln College), B.A. 1698, M.A. 1701, born 13 May, 1678, minor canon of St. Paul's 1703, and gospel reader of St. Paul's 1704, senior cardinal and 2nd minor canon 1730, Thursday lecturer in St. Giles's, Cripplegate, London, 1704, vicar of St. Pancras alias Kentish Town, London, 1716, librarian of St. Paul's 1714, rector of Coulsdon, Surrey, 1737. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Rawlinson, xvii. 11.
Chaldecott, Andrewof Dorset, arm. Brasenose Coll., matric. 16 June, 1610, aged 16; B.A. 21 Oct., 1612, 2nd son of Francis, of East Whiteway, Isle of Purbeck, brother of George 1602.
Chaldecote, Francisarm. Wadham Coll., matric. 19 July, 1659; of the Middle Temple 1658, as eldest son of William, of Shaftesbury, Dorset. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Chaldecot, Georgeof Dorset, gent. Magdalen Hall, matric. 26 Nov., 1602, aged 18; of the Middle Temple 1605, as son and heir of Francis of Whitwell, Dorset, esq., brother of Andrew 1610. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. [20]
Chaldecott, 'Randolph,'s. Phill., of Woodiats, Dorset, arm. Hart Hall, matric. 19 Feb., 1705-6, aged 18. See Hutchins' Dorset, i. 591.
Chalfont, Christopherof Bucks, gent. Balliol Coll., matric. 2 July, 1585, aged 14; B.A. 14 Dec., 1590, M.A. 15 May, 1594, B.D. 7 July, 1603, licenced to preach 28 Jan., 1604-5.
Chalfont, Richards. Peter, of Wickham, Bucks, pleb. New Inn Hall, matric. 15 June, 1627, aged 19, batteler 1623, B.A. 3 July, 1627, M.A. 3 June, 1630; fellow of Lincoln Coll. 1634, B.D. 15 Dec., 1637, minister to the Worshipful Company of English Merchants at Rotterdam 1646, where he was buried 23 Nov. (o.s.), 1648. See Ath., iii. 239; & Burrows.
Chalfont, Williamof Christ Church 1561, student 1564, B.A. 25 June, 1566, M.A. 10 June, 1569, sup. for licence to preach 4 Feb., 1584-5, vicar of Chippenham, Wilts, 1583. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Chalkehill, Johnof London, gent. New Coll., matric. 25 Oct., 1616, aged 17; B.A. 10 May, 1620, M.A. 15 Jan., 1623-4, vicar of Downton, Wilts, 1637-41, rector of Ashley, Hants, 1641. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [25]
Challacombe, Robertof Devon, 'cler. fil.' Exeter Coll., matric. 16 March, 1603-4, aged 18; one of these names vicar of Ewny-juxta-Lalant, Cornwall, 1606-12, and rector of Kittisford, Somerset, in 1616, perhaps son of Robert, rector of Cleyhanger, Devon, 1582. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Challcrofte, Richardof Kent, pleb. St. Mary Hall, matric. 7 Nov., 1589, aged 14; B.A. 9 Feb., 1593-4.
Challis, Johnof Devon, pleb. Exeter Coll., matric. 31 Oct., 1589, aged 14.
Challis, Johngent. Exeter Coll., matric. 4 Nov., 1631; B.A. 17 Oct., 1631, rector of Teigngrace, Devon, 1644. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Chalmers, Francis'cler. fil.' St. Edmund Hall, matric. 16 Dec., 1710; B.C.L. from New Inn Hall 18 March, 1712-13, M.A. Edinburgh University 20 Oct., 1709. See Hearne, iii. 325. [30]
Chalmore, Nicholasof Devon, pleb. Hart Hall, matric.-entry under date 1572, aged 20.
Chaloner, Edward(2s. Thomas of Steeple Claydon), Bucks, equitis. Magdalen Coll., matric. 22 Feb., 1604-5, aged 14; B.A. 8 July, 1607, M.A. 15 May, 1610, (incorp. at Cambridge 1616), fellow All Souls' Coll. 1611, B.D. 30 May, 1617, (incorp. at Cambridge 1618), D.D. 6 Nov., 1619, licenced to preach 4 Nov., 1622, principal of St. Alban Hall 1624-5, chaplain in ordinary to King James and to Charles I., snatched away by the plague that was then in Oxon 25 July, 1625. See Ath., ii. 377.
Chaloner, Edwards. William, of Guisboro', Yorks, arm. Trinity Coll., matric. 4 Dec., 1701, aged 18; of Guisboro', died in 1737.
Chaloner, Francisof Bristol, gent. Broadgates Hall, matric. 2 Nov., 1621, aged 17; B.A. from Pembroke Coll. 21 Feb., 1624-5.
Chaloner, Henryof Surrey, 'eq. fil.' Brasenose Coll., matric. 16 Feb., 1620-1, aged 16; B.A. 15 Feb., 1622-3, eldest son of Sir Thomas by his 2nd wife, Judith Blunt, half-brother of the next named.
Chaloner, Jamesof Middlesex, 'equ. fil.' Brasenose Coll., matric. 28 March, 1617, aged 15; of the Middle Temple 1619 (as 4th son of Thomas, a knight), M.P. Aldborough, Yorks, 1645, 1648-53, (L.P.), a Rumper, 'and a commissioner on trial of the King, but did not sign,' governor of the Isle of Man 1658, imprisoned in Peel Castle, where he died. See Ath., iii. 502; Foster's Inns of Court Reg.; & D.N.B.
Chalener, Jonasof co. Stafford, pleb. St. Mary Hall, matric. 26 April, 1583, aged 17; B.A. from Christ Church 12 June, 1588, M.A. 15 June, 1591, rector of Byfield, Northants, 1597, wrote himself 'pastor deprived 1605,' vicar of Much Wenlock 1613, and of Condover, Salop, 1615. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Baker's Northants, i. 487.
Chaloner, Mathewof Cornwall, 'cler. fil.' Exeter Coll., matric. 26 Oct., 1599, aged 16.
Chaloner, NicholasM.A. Cambridge, incorp. 15 July, 1572. See Berry's Sussex, 73. [5]
Chaloner, NicholasB.A. from Hart Hall 20 June, 1573, M.A. 19 May, 1576, vicar of South Petherwin, Cornwall, 1578, perhaps father of Matthew. See O.H.S., xii. 29.
Chaloner, Nicholaspleb. Trinity Coll., subscribed 29 Oct., 1657.
Chaloner, Richardof Essex, gent. Broadgates Hall, matric.-entry under date 28 April, 1580, aged 16.
Chaloner, Robertfellow of New Coll. 1507, from Buckingham; B.C.L. 29 April, 1521, rector of Lambeth 1527, died 1541. See O.H.S., i. 118.
Chaloner, Robertstudent Christ Church 1564; B.A. 25 June, 1566, M.A. 10 June, 1569, B.D. 27 June, 1576, D.D. 15 July, 1584, one of these names rector of Fleet Marston, Bucks, 1566, and of Agmondesham 1576. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [10]
Challoner, Theodores. Ralph, of St. Laurence Poultney, London, gent. Magdalen Hall, matric. 29 Oct., 1691, aged 18; B.A. 1695, M.A. 1698, born May, 1675, and admitted to Merchant Taylors' school 1687, a student of the Inner Temple 1693. See Robinson, i. 319; & Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Chaloner, (Sir) Thomasfil. Roger, died 1565. See Ath., i. 346; & D.N.B.
Chaloner, Thomasof Bucks, 'mil. fil.' Magdalen Coll., matric.-entry under date 4 April, 1579, aged 14; B.A. from Magdalen Hall 28 May, 1582, created M.A. 30 Aug., 1605, (then a knight) of Steeple Claydon, Bucks, and of Gisborough, Yorks, a student of Gray's Inn 1583 (as son and heir of Thomas, of Steeple Claydon, Bucks, knighted 1591 by Henry IV. of France), M.P. St. Mawes, 1586-7, Lostwithiel 1604-11, died 18 Nov., 1615, father of William 1605, Edward 1605, Henry, James, and of the next named. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.; Ath., ii. 157; St. Paul's S. R., 26; Cooper, i. 235; & D.N.B.
Chaloner, Thomasof Bucks, 'militis. fil.' Exeter Coll., matric. 7 June, 1611, aged 16; a student of the Inner Temple 1614, as of Steeple Claydon, Bucks, gent., (3rd son of Sir Thomas last named), M.P. Richmond, Oct., 1645-53 (L.P.), Scarborough 1659, a Rumper 1659, a commissioner on trial of the King, and signed the warrant 1648, withdrew himself beyond seas, was attainted in 1660, and died at Middleburgh, in Zeeland, in 1661. See Foster's Parliamentary Dictionary & D.N.B.
Chalener, WilliamB.A. 1 Feb. 1569-70, M.A. 22 March, 1573-4, rector of Ladock, Cornwall, 1581. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [15]
Chaloner, (Sir) William(s. Thomas), of Bucks, equitis. Magdalen Coll, matric. 22 Feb., 1604-5, aged 17; B.A. 8 July, 1607, incorp. at Cambridge 1608, baptized at St. Olaves, Silver Street, 24 March, 1587-8, created a baronet 20 July, 1620, died at Scandaroon, in Turkey, 1620.
Challenor, Williamof co. Derby, pleb. Broadgates Hall, matric. 18 June, 1610, aged 16; B.A. 17 June 1613, M.A. 17 June, 1619, one of these names vicar of Brampton alias Braunton, Devon, 1622. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Chaloner, Williams. Edward, of Guisboro', co. York, 'equitis.' Trinity Coll., matric. 10 May, 1675, aged 19; of Guisboro', admitted to the Inner Temple 1677. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Challoner, Williams. William, of Steeple Claydon, Bucks, gent. Lincoln Coll., matric. 3 April, 1693, aged 16; B.A. 1696, M.A. 1699, rector of Drayton Beauchamp, Bucks, 1708. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cham, Williamfellow or scholar of St. John's Coll, in and before 1566. [20]
ChamberSee also Chambre.
Chamber, EdmundB.C.L. & B.Can.L. 3 July, 1540.
Chamber, EdwardB.C.L. (sup. 2 July) 1505 chaplain, B.Can.L. (sup. 29 June) 1514.
Chamber, Edwardof Hart Hall in and before 1568.
Chamber, GeorgeB.A. Cambridge, incorp. 13 July, 1624. [25]
Chamber, JohnM.A., of Oxford, D.Med. abroad (Padua 1506). incorp. 16 Nov., 1531, as dean of St. Stephen's, Westminster, and warden of Merton College (1525-44), fellow 1492, physician to Henry VII., one of the founders of the College of Physicians, rector of Tichmarsh, Northants, 1470, and vicar of Great Bowden, co. Leicester, 1508, canon of Lincoln 1494, of Windsor 1510, and of Sarum 1522, and of Wells 1537, archdeacon of Bedford 1524, precentor of Exeter 1524, treasurer of the Cathedral Church of Bath and Wells 1510, archdeacon of Meath, buried in St. Margaret's Church, Westminster, 2 July, 1549. See Gutch, iii. 5, 8, 16; Munk's Roll, i. 10; & O.H.S., iv. 163.
Chamber(s), JohnB.A. from Merton Coll. 18 Nov., 1568, fellow 1569, M.A. 7 Oct., 1573, sup. for B.Med. and for licence to practice Nov., 1584, born at Swillington, Yorks, 1546, fellow of Eton College 1582, rector of Dunstable SS. Peter and Mary 1591, canon of Sarum 1593, and of Windsor 1601, until his death 1 Aug., 1604, buried in St. George's Chapel, left £1,000 to Merton College. See Ath., i. 744; O.H.S., iv. 269; D.N.B.; & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Chamber, Lawrenceof London, gent. Christ Church, matric. 7 Nov., 1606, aged 15. Memo.: Lawrence de la Chambre, of Lewes, gent. (son of Richard, of Redeville), of the Inner Temple 1609. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Chamber, RobertB.A. from St. John's Coll., Cambridge, 1612, incorp. as M.A. 15 July, 1617, vicar of Great Eversdon, co. Cambridge, 1623, etc. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Chambur, ThomasBenedictine; B.D. (sup. 16 Feb.) 1507-8. [30]
Chamber, ThomasB.A. 15 July 1520, one of these names rector of Thorley, Herts, 1528, etc. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Chamber, Thomas1s. Thomas, of Bromley, Middlesex, 'equitis.' Trinity Coll., matric. 12 June, 1684, aged 15; of the Inner Temple 1682, his father knighted at Whitehall 6 March, 1665-6. See Pedigree, Heralds' College, 2D14, 80; & Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Chamber, William; B.A. 3 July1514.
Chamberlayne, AnthonyB.A. from St. John's Coll., 25 Feb., 1605-6.
Chamberlaine, Bartholomew (Chamber)scholar of Trinity Coll. 7 June, 1563, aged 17; B.A. 5 July, 1566, fellow 1567, M.A. 4 Dec., 1570, sup. for licence to preach 1 June, 1576, B.D. 3 July, 1576, D.D. 19 Jan., 1578-9, incorp. at Cambridge 1585, rector of Abbot's Morton, co. Worcester, 1577, vicar of Burford, Oxon, 1578, rector of Holywell, Hunts, 1579, of Sandy, Beds, 1593, and of Hemingford Abbots, Hunts, 1600. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Ath., i. 584.
Chamberlayne, EdmundB.A. from Caius Coll., Cambridge, 1614, incorp. as M.A. 14 July, 1618, of Gray's Inn 1614, (as son and heir of Thomas, of Stratton Audley, Oxon, gent.), buried there 25 Oct., 1654, perhaps father of the next named. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg. & Venn, 116.
Chamberlaine, Edmunddemy Magdalen Coll., 1646, ejected by the parliamentary visitors 1 Aug., 1648 (Bloxam, v. 201; Burrows, 165), probably son of the last named, and baptized at Stratton Audley 27 Sept., 1629.
Chamberlayne, Edmunds. John, of Maugersbury, co. Gloucester, arm. Trinity Coll., matric. 10 June, 1687, aged 16; of Maugersbury House, co. Gloucester, high sheriff 1705, student of the Inner Temple 1689, died in 1755, aged 84, father of John 1709. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Chamberlayn, Edwardof co. Gloucester, 'mil. fil.' Trinity Coll., matric.-entry under date 20 March, 1578-9, aged 16; (perhaps subscribed from Oriel Coll. 23 Nov., 1581), of Lincoln's Inn 1581. (Memo: Sir Thomas Chamberlaine, of Prestbury, co. Gloucester, was father of Edmund, of Maugersbury, who died 1634) brother of John same date, and of Thomas 1582, and father of John 1624. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. [5]
Chamberlayne, Edwards. Thomas, of Oddington, co. Gloucester, arm. St. Edmund Hall, matric. 7 Nov., 1634, aged 17, B.A. 20 April, 1638, M.A. 6 March, 1640-1; LL.D. from Trinity Coll., Cambridge, 6 Feb., 1669-70, incorp. 22 June, 1672, fellow of the Royal Society, secretary to Charles, Earl of Carlisle, on his mission for investing the King of Sweden with the Order of the Garter, tutor to Henry, Duke of Grafton, father of John 1685; see Thomas 1651, See Ath., iv. 789; Fasti, ii. 333; & D.N.B.
Chamberlaine, Edwards. Edward, of Ocle-Pitchard, co. Hereford, gent. Brasenose Coll., matric. 10 May, 1667, aged 16; B.A. 24 Jan., 1670-1, M.A. 1675, rector of Letton 1673, vicar of Much Cowarne, co. Hereford, 1688; see also John 1703, and Matthew. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Chamberlayne, Edwards. Edward, of London, arm. Trinity Coll., matric. 7 April, 1685, aged 15.
Chamberlayne, Georges. Thomas, of Wickham, Oxon, militis. Trinity Coll., matric. 17 Oct., 1634, aged 18; of Wardington, Oxon, bar.-at-law, Gray's Inn, 1641, brother of James 1635, and father of Richard 1672. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.
Chamberlayne, Giless. Edm., of Lye, Somerset, gent. Wadham Coll., matric. 21 May, 1669, aged 17; brother of Nicholas 1674. [10]
Chamberlaine, Henrys. Peter, of London, gent. Oriel Coll., matric. 8 May, 1635, aged 17; B.A. 19 Oct., 1637, M.A. 16 July, 1641, fellow 1638, ejected 1648, restored 1660, vicar of Haslingfield, co. Cambridge, 1662, until his death in 1666. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Burrows.
Chamberlayne, JamesM.A. Cambridge, incorp. May, 1632 (? B.A. from Trinity Coll. 1630).
Chamberlayne, Jamess. Thomas, of Oxon, militis. Trinity Coll., matric. 13 March, 1634-5, aged 18; of Gray's Inn 1634, brother of George. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.
Chamberlayne, Jamesbart. fil. Queen's Coll., matric. 15 June, 1657, a poet, 3rd baronet (2nd son of Sir Thomas, of Wickham, Oxon, bart., so created 4 Feb., 1642-3), died in Oct. 1699. See D.N.B.
Chamberlayne, Jamespleb. All Souls' Coll., matric. 14 Dec., 1677. [15]
Chamberlayne, Johnscholar Trinity Coll. 1571, B.A. 12 Feb., 1571-2, fellow 1573, M.A. 24 May, 1576. See O.H.S., xii. 12; & D.N.B., x. 2.
Chamberlen, Johnof Oxon, gent. Trinity Coll., matric.-entry under date 20 Sept., 1574, aged 10; 'Gram. Mro. Wilson tutori.'
Chamberlayn, (Sir) John(s. Thomas) of co. Gloucester, mil. Trinity Coll., matric.-entry under date 20 March, 1578-9, aged 19; of Prestbury, co. Gloucester, and knighted (? 6 Sept., 1599), died s.p., brother of Edward same date, and of Thomas 1582.
Chamberlayne, Johnof co. Gloucester, pleb. Magdalen Coll., matric. 26 June, 1621, aged 17; B.A. from Magdalen Hall 20 Feb., 1622-3, M.A. 7 July, 1625, B.Med., and licenced to practice medicine 22 March, 1630-1.
Chamberlaine, John1s. Edmund, of Maugersbury, co. Gloucester, arm. Magdalen Coll., matric. 2 July, 1624, aged 15; of Maugersbury, admitted to the Inner Temple 1626 (son of Edward), 'eminent for his loyalty in the Civil Wars, compounded for his estate, died in 1668.' See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. [20]
Chamberline, Johns. Thomas, of Dorsington, co. Gloucester, pleb. Oriel Coll., matric. 9 April, 1647, aged 17; perhaps B.A. 7 Nov., 1650, as Henry.
Chamberline, Johnpleb. University Coll., matric. 5 Jan., 1648-9; scholar 1648, B.A. 27 June, 1649. See Burrows, 38,173.
Chamberlin, Johngent. Balliol Coll., matric. 19 March, 1648-9.
Chamberlayne, Johngent. Trinity Coll., matric. 2 July, 1658; perhaps bar.-at-law, Inner Temple, 1668, as of Maugersbury, co. Gloucester, gent. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Chamberlayne, Johns. Edward, of London, arm. (subs. LL.D.). Trinity Coll., matric. 7 April, 1685, aged 16; entered himself as a student at Leyden 12 May, 1688, fellow of Royal Society 1702, secretary to Queen Anne's bounty commission, filled various offices about the court, died 2 Nov., 1723. buried in the churchyard, Chelsea, Middlesex. See Rawlinson, iv. 12; & D.N.B. [25]
Chamberlaine, Johns. J., of Kingsclere, Hants, gent. Magdalen Hall, matric. 22 May, 1685, aged 17.
Chamberlayne, Johns. Edm(und), of Maugersbury, co. Gloucester, gent. Trinity Coll., matric. 15 July, 1699, aged 16; brother of Thomas same date.
Chamberlaine, Johns. Joh., of Ocle-Pitchard, co. Hereford, p.p. Merton Coll., matric. 19 March, 1702-3, aged 18, B.A. 1706; incorp. at Cambridge 1718, M.A. from Sydney Sussex Coll. 1718, rector of Humber, co. Hereford, 1712, and of Edwyn Loach and Tedston Wafer, co. Hereford, 1717. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Chamberlayne, Johns. Edm(und), of Maugersbury, co. Gloucester, arm. Wadham Coll., matric. 25 May, 1709, aged 16; of the Inner Temple 1711, his monument at Stow states (? erroneously) that he was elected M.P. Rye in his 21st year, he died 31 July, 1714. See Gardiner, 438; & Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Chamberlane, Juniusof Middlesex, pleb. Exeter Coll., matric. 23 Oct., 1618, aged 18; B.A. 21 June, 1620, born 20 Aug., 1601 (son of John, citizen and clothworker), entered Merchant Taylors' School, 1613, by the Christian name of Younge. See Robinson, i. 73 [30]
Chamberline, Matthews. Thomas, of Ocle-Pitchard, co. Hereford, pleb. St. Alban Hall, matric. 20 Feb., 1683-4, aged 18; B.A. 1687, vicar of Much Cowarne, co. Hereford, 1694, rector of Llandinabo, co. Hereford, 1691. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Chamberlayne, Nathaniels. Peter, of London, gent. Pembroke Coll., matric. 4 July, 1634, aged 21; B.Med. 30 June, 1636, brother of Robert same date, and of William 1623.
Chamberleine, Nicholass. Edmund, of Stow, co. Gloucester, gent. Wadham Coll., matric. 10 April, 1674, aged 16; scholar 1674, brother of Giles. See Gardiner, 301.
Chamberlain, Nicholass. Jos., of White Ash, co. Warwick, paup. New Inn Hall, matric. 1 Dec., 1714, aged 18.
Chamberlain, PeterD.Med. Padua (16 Sept. 1619), incorp. 26 June, 1620 and at Cambridge in 1621, born in St. Ann's, Blackfriars, 8 May, 1601 (son of Peter, surgeon), admitted to Merchant Taylors' School 1610, fellow College of Physicians 1628-59, physician in ordinary to King James and Queen Anne, King Charles I. and Queen Mary, King Charles II. and Queen Catherine, died at Woodham Mortimer Hall, near Malden, Essex, 22 Dec., 1683, father of Nathaniel and Robert 1634, and William 1623. See Robinson, i. 67; Munk's Roll., i. 194; Fasti, i. 394; & D.N.B. [5]
Chamberlain, Philipof London, gent. Hart Hall, matric.-entry under date 1571, aged 20.
Chamberlain, PhilipM.A. from King's Coll., Cambridge, 1699, incorp. 10 April, 1700.
Chamberlen, Richardof Oxon, pleb. Trinity Coll., matric.-entry under date 12 Dec., 1572, aged 17; 'Mro. Chamberlaine Tutori gram.'
Chamberlayne, Richardof Oxon, pleb., privilegiatus 23 Feb., 1587-8, aged 13; perhaps the B.A. from Magdalen Coll. 8 July, 1599. See also Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Chamberline, Richards. Richard, of Hereford (town), pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric. 3 June, 1647, aged 18; B.A. 29 Nov., 1650, fellow, M.A. 6 July, 1653, one of these names vicar of Radford Semele 1661, and of Wootton Leek, co. Warwick, 1664. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Burrows, 67. [10]
Chamberlayne, Richards. George, of Wardington, Oxon, arm. Trinity Coll., matric. 9 May, 1672, aged 17.
Chamberlaine, Robertcommoner Trinity Coll. in and before 1564, and of Lincoln's Inn 1568. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Chamberlaine, Robertof Beds, pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric. 30 Jan., 1600-1, aged 18; B.A. 13 Dec., 1604.
Chamberlayne, Robertof Oxon, arm. St. John's Coll., matric. 8 May, 1601, aged 15; perhaps of Sherborne, Oxon, Knight of the Bath, son of Robert.
Chamberlen, Roberts. Peter, of London, D.Med. Pembroke Coll., matric. 13 March, 1634-5, aged 15; B.A. 2 June, 1638, M.A. 26 June, 1641, brother of Nathaniel, and of William 1623. [15]
Chamberlaine, Roberts. Richard, of Standish, co. Lancaster, gent. Exeter Coll., matric. 12 July, 1637, aged 30; a poet, clerk to Peter Ball, solicitorgeneral to the queen. See Ath., ii. 675; & D.N.B.
Chamberlin, Rogers. R., of Tiverton, Devon, gent. Balliol Coll., matric. 22 June, 1692, aged 17.
Chamberlayne, Samuels. Edw., of Stratton Audley, Oxon, pleb. Lincoln Coll., matric. 14 July, 1665, aged 16.
Chamberlayne, Thomasof co. Gloucester, eq. aur. fil. Gloucester Hall, matric. 4 May, 1582, aged 14; perhaps of Oddington, co. Gloucester, brother of Edward and John 1579.
Chamberlayne, ThomasLincoln Coll., subscribed 21 June, 1583; B.A. 17 Feb., 1586-7, M.A. 2 July, 1596. [20]
Chamberlaine, Thomass. Bray, of Cranfield, Beds, gent. Balliol Coll., matric. 24 May, 1639, aged 15; his father 2nd son of Thomas Chamberlaine, of Stratton Audley, Oxon, baptized there 4 May, 1600.
Chamberlayne, Thomasarm. Brasenose Coll., matric. 21 July, 1651; of Gray's Inn 1653, as son of Thomas, of Oddington, co. Gloucester, esq. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Chamberlayne, Thomass. E(dmund), of Maugersbury, co. Gloucester, gent. Trinity Coll., matric. 15 July, 1699, aged 15; B.A. 1703, M.A. 19 Feb., 1705-6, B. & D.D. 1739, rector of Wick Rissington, co. Gloucester, 1715, and of Little Rissington 1720, dean of Bristol 1739, brother of John same date. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Chamberlaine, Waltercommoner of Trinity Coll. in and before 1564. [24]
Chamberlaine, William (Chamberlen)fellow of Magdalen Coll. 1554, B.A. 5 July, 1554, M.A. 20 June, 1558, B.D. 7 Aug., 1566, rector of Fisherton Auger, Wilts, 1559, vicar of Northleach, co. Gloucester, 1564, and of Hartpury 1567, etc. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Bloxam, iv. 113.
Chamberlayne, William2s. Peter, of London, gent. Broadgates Hall, matric. 9 May, 1623, aged 16, brother of Nathaniel and of Robert 1635.
Chamberlaine, Williamfellow of Trinity Coll., Cambridge, B.A. 1700, M.A. 1704, incorp. 8 July, 1704.
Chamberlaine, (Sir) Willoughbyborn in Barbados, s. Edward, arm. Christ Church, matric. 25 Nov., 1681, aged 18; of the Middle Temple 1681, his father of Northampton, knighted at Kensington 6 Feb., 1695, and died at Chelsea 12 Dec., 1697, distracted. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Chamberlaine, YoungeSee Junius.
Chambers, Archers. Joh., of Kendall, Westmorland, pleb. Queen's Coll., matric. 23 March, 1699-1700, aged 15 (called Arth in Mat. Reg.); B.A. 1705, M.A. 1706. [30]
Chambers, Cuthberts. Cut(hbert), of Ripon, Yorks, gent. St. Edmund Hall, matric. 22 Oct., 1695, aged 17, B.A. 1699, M.A. 1702; fellow of Magdalen Coll. 1711, B.D., rector of Hurworth, co. Durham, 1712, preb. of Ripon 1706. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Hearne, i. 315.
Chambers, Edwardof Christ Church 1547, B.A. (sup.) 1548-9, M.A. (sup.) 1551-2, B.D. 6 July, 1558, at Eton, canon of Chichester 1549. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Chambers, Edwards. William, of Feversham, Kent, paup. Christ Church, matric. 14 Nov., 1679, aged 17; B.A. 1683, M.A. 1689.
Chambers, Everardunder butler of Exeter Coll., fellow 1595-1623, B.A. 12 July, 1598 (as Edward), M.A. 17 May, 1601, B.D. 14 Nov., 1611 (as Everard). See Boase, 51.
Chambers, George'stationarius,' pleb.; privilegiatus 7 Jan., 1589-90, aged 27. [35]
Chambers, George'stationarius,' s. George, of Oxford (city), gent.; privilegiatus 25 May, 1637, aged 35.
Chambers, George'bibliopola,' s. Geor., of Oxford (city); privilegiatus 20 Sept., 1666, aged 37. (Memo.: G. C., bookbinder, administration at Oxford granted 24 Sept., 1695.)
Chambers, Hughs. Gowen, of Wigton, Cumberland, p.p. Queen's Coll., matric. 23 March, 1665-6, aged 17.
Chambers, Humfreyof co. Gloucester, pleb. University Coll., matric. 2 June, 1592, aged 18; B.A. 16 Feb., 1595-6, bar.-at-law, Lincoln's Inn, 1606. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Chambers, Humfreyof Somerset, gent. University Coll., matric. 17 Nov., 1615, aged 16; B.A. 15 Oct., 1618, M.A. 6 July, 1621, B.D. 22 Feb., 1630-1, created D.D. 12 April, 1648, rector of Claverton, Somerset, 1623, one of the assembly of divines, 'and maintained a horse and man at his own charge in actual service against the king,' rector of Strichley, Salop, 1648, rector of Pewsey, Wilts, 1646, 'when the act of uniformity was published he quitted his living and his life together,' buried in Pewsey Church 8 Sept., 1662, 'with no other ceremony than that we would use to a dog.' See Ath., iii. 610; Calamy, iii. 370; & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Chambers, Humphreyof co. Gloucester, gent. St. Alban Hall, matric. 8 Nov., 1616, aged 17.
Chambers, Johnstudied at Oxford, M.A. Cambridge 1505. See Cooper, i. 141.
Chambers, JohnD.D., a Benedictine monk, last abbot and 1st bishop of Peterborough 1541, died in Feb., 1556. See Ath., ii. 773; & D.N.B.
Chambers, Johngent. Pembroke Coll., matric. 15 Dec., 1651; B.A. 31 March, 1652, one of these names vicar of Wigton, Cumberland, 1661. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [5]
Chambers, John(s. John) of Hull, Yorks, deceased; admitted to St. John's Coll., Cambridge, 30 Oct., 1662, aged 16, B.A. 1666; incorp. 4 Feb., 1668-9 (but rather 11 Sept., 1667, aged 22, from Oriel Coll.), M.A. from Magdalen Coll. (Oxford) 2 Nov., 1669 (incorp. at Cambridge 1671), B.D. 23 June, 1677, rector of Stanlake, Oxon, 1685. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Chambers, Josephs. William, of Warrington, co. Lancaster, p.p. Brasenose Coll., matric. 14 April, 1698, aged 18; B.A. 1701.
Chambers, Nicolas (Chaumbre)B.A. from Christ Church 1547-8.
Chambers, Richards. Tim., of Moseley, co. Worcester, gent. Pembroke Coll., matric. 9 July, 1712, aged 15; B.A. 1716, M.A. 10 March, 1718-19, rector of Naunton Beauchamp, co. Worcester, 1730, canon of Hereford 1730. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Chambers, Robertof London, pleb. St. Mary Hall, matric. 12 Oct., 1582, aged 15; B.A. from Broadgates Hall 16 Feb., 1586-7, M.A. 7 July, 1590. [10]
Chambers, Sabineof co. Leicester, B.A. from Broadgates Hall 13 June, 1580, M.A. 30 April, 1583, entered the Society of Jesus in Paris 1587, died 10 or 16 March, 1632-3. See Ath., ii. 276; Foley, vii. 127; & D.N.B.
Chambers, Thomas (or Chamber)B.A. 7 April, 1544, fellow of All Souls' Coll. 1545, B.C.L. (sup.) 1548, one of these names rector of Bradwell, Essex, 1551, etc. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Chambers, Thomasof Salop, gent. Oriel Coll., matric. 9 Feb., 1593-4, aged 18.
Chambers, Thomasof co. Worcester, gent. Balliol Coll., matric. 6 July, 1613, aged 19; B.A. 4 May, 1615, fellow, M.A. 10 June, 1619, will and admon. bond at Oxford dated 15 Jan., 1629-30.
Chambers, ThomasB.A. from Sydney Sussex Coll., Cambridge, 1609, incorp. as M.A. 8 July, 1614.
Chambers, Thomass. Thomas, of Westminster, Middlesex, gent. Christ Church, matric. 12 July, 1690, aged 18; a student from Westminster School. See Alumni West., 215. [16]
Chambers, Thomass. Jos., of Croft, co. Lincoln, cler. Lincoln Coll., matric. 11 March, 1702-3, aged 17; B.A. 1706.
Chambers, Walterof Oxon, arm. Brasenose Coll., matric. 10 Oct., 1594, aged 16.
Chambers, Williamof Notts, pleb. Lincoln Coll., matric.-entry under date 20 March, 1578-9, aged 18.
Chambers, Williamof London, pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric. 2 Nov. 1621, aged 17; B.A. 7 July, 1624, M.A. 5 July, 1627, vicar of East Marden, Sussex, 1626. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Chambers, Williams. Edm., of Studley, co. Warwick, gent. Trinity Coll., matric. 22 Nov., 1672, aged 18. [21]
Chambre, Arthur (Chambrie)of Salop, gent. St. Mary Hall, matric. 26 April, 1583, aged 19. (Memo. Arthur Chambre, alias Milward, son and heir of Richard, of Petton, Salop, gent., admitted to the Middle Temple 31 Jan., 1554-5.) See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Chambre, Arthurof Salop, arm. Lincoln Coll., matric. 21 Nov., 1617, aged 17; of Petton, son of Arthur and father of Henry.
Chambre, Calcotof Oxon, arm. Brasenose Coll., matric. 13 Nov., 1590, aged 19; son of George Chambre, of Petton, Salop, by Judith his wife, daughter and heir of Walter Caldecott or Calcot, of Williamscott, Oxon, father of the next.
Chambre, Calcotof Oxon, arm. Trinity Coll., matric. 26 Oct., 1621, aged 19; of Williamscott, Oxon, student of Gray's Inn 1623 (as son and heir of Calcott, of Williamscott, Oxon), M.P. Banbury 1626. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg. [25]
Chambre, Charless. C., of Martyn, Salop, gent. Christ Church, matric. 29 March, 1705, aged 16; B.A. 1708, M.A. 1711.
Chambre, Georgegent. Exeter Coll., matric. 23 July, 1656, possibly of Lincoln's Inn 1663 (as son and heir of Francis, of Loppington, Salop, esq.), died in 1661, aged 53. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Chambre, Henrygent. Lincoln Coll., matric. 13 Nov. 1650, of Gray's Inn 1650, as son and heir of Arthur, of Petton, Salop, arm.; sold Petton in 1659. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Chambre, JohnD.Med. See Chamber.
Chambres, Charless. Edward, of Henlan, co. Denbigh, arm. Jesus Coll., matric. 26 May, 1707, aged 18; B.A. 9 Feb., 1710-11, M.A. 1713, incorp. at Cambridge ? 1714, 2nd son of Edward, of Place Chambers, co. Denbigh, born 23 Dec., 1688, curate of Hitchin, Herts, vicar of Dartford, Kent, 1718, until his death 22 Feb., 1745-6. See Rawlinson, iii. 52, xvi. 361; & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [30]
Chambres, Michael'subscribed' 23 April 1613.
Chambrey, Edwardof Emanuel Coll. Cambridge, incorp. as M.A. 11 July, 1654.
ChamlarSee Shamlar.
Chamonde, Charlesof Cornwall, arm. Hart Hall, matric.-entry under date 1573, aged 20; brother of the next named, and also of John.
Chamond, Emanuelof Cornwall, arm. Hart Hall, matric.-entry under date 1572, aged 19; bar.-at-law, Middle Temple, 1594 (admitted 1581 as 4th son of Richard, of Launcells, Cornwall), M.P. Camelford 1584-5, Bodmin 1586-7, 1588-9, Newport 1593. See Foster's Judges and Barristers. [35]
Chamond, Johnof Hart Hall; B.A. (sup. Jan.) 1570-1, of Lancells, Cornwall (3rd son of Richard), aged 70, at the Heralds' Visitation in 1620; died 13 Oct., 1624, brother of Charles and Emanuel.
Champernowne, Arthurs. Amias, of Dartington, Devon, arm. Exeter Coll., matric. 17 Nov., 1676, aged 19.
Champernowne, Arthurs. A(rthur), of Dartington, Devon, arm. Exeter Coll., matric. 2 March, 1701-2, aged 18; of Dartington, M.P. Totnes 1715, until his death 10 April, 1717, brother of John same date. See Foster's Parliamentary Dictionary.
Champernowne, Charlesof Oriel Coll. 1572, B.A. (sup. 30 June) 1576, one of these names canon of Chichester 1573. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Champernowne, Edwards. E., of Dartington, Devon, gent. Exeter Coll., matric. 30 March, 1677, aged 17. [40]
Champernowne, Henryarm. fil. nat. max.; B.A. from Exeter Coll. 14 June, 1621, a Royalist colonel, of the Middle Temple 1623 (as son and heir of Arthur, of Dartington, Devon), baptized at Dunsford 15 April, 1600, admon. 4 Oct., 1656. See Vivian's Visitations of Devon & Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Champernowne, Henrys. Arthur, of Dartington, Devon, arm. Hart Hall, matric. 27 Feb., 1701-2, aged 14; of Fowellscombe, Devon, admitted to the Middle Temple 1701, and died in 1757, brother of Arthur and John same date. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Champernowne, Johns. Arthur, of Dartington, Devon, arm. Hart Hall, matric. 27 Feb., 1701-2, aged 15; B.A. 1705, M.A. 1708, rector of Harford, Devon, 1716, vicar of Paignton 1719, brother of Arthur same date. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Champernowne, Philips. Henry, of Modburye, Devon, arm. Exeter Coll., matric. 21 Nov., 1634, aged 16; of the Middle Temple 1637, buried at Modbury in 1684, father of the next named. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Champernowne, Philips. Philip, of Modburye, Devon, arm. Exeter Coll., matric. 29 Nov., 1667, aged 19; baptized 8 Dec., 1647. [5]
Champion, Calebs. John, of Winchester, gent. New Coll., matric. 22 March, 1660-1, aged 18; B.A. 1664, fellow, M.A. 1668, died in Oxford 3 May, 1669, aged 26. See Gutch, i. 231.
Champion, Johngent. Oriel Coll., matric. 20 March, 1650-1; B.A. 6 Feb., 1654-5, M.A. 15 June, 1657.
Champion, RichardB.A. 16 Feb. 1519-20, M.A. 29 Feb., 1523-4, B.D. (sup. 8 Feb.) 1531-2, as 'Cheampion' or 'Campiam,' of Cardinal College, incorp. at Cambridge, B.D. 1537 (sometime of Lincoln College), rector of St. Vedast, Foster Lane, 1536, canon of Canterbury 1542. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Cooper, i. 534.
Champion, Richardof co. Southants, pleb. Oriel Coll., matric. 10 Nov., 1621, aged 18; B.A. 17 June, 1624, probably son of Richard, of the Isle of Wight. See Berry's Hants.
Champion, Thomas or (Campion)created B.Med. 31 Jan., 1642-3, hon. fellow College Physicians in Dec., 1664. See Munk's Roll., i. 337. [10]
Champion, Thomass. George, of Wantage, Berks, gent. St. John's Coll., matric. 12 July, 1661, aged 15; of the Middle Temple 1667. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Champeneys, Henryof Kent, arm. Magdalen Coll., matric. 29 Nov., 1581, aged 17; brother of Justinian 1578.
Champnes, Johnof Devon, arm. fil. nat. max. Exeter Coll., matric. 17 Dec., 1619, aged 18; bar.-at-law, Middle Temple, 1631 (as son and heir of William, of Yarnscombe, Devon, esq.), died 9 Dec., 1681. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Champneis, Johns. Justinian, of Wrotham, Kent, gent. Magdalen Hall, matric. 31 Jan., 1622-3, aged 17; B.A. 22 Feb., 1624-5, M.A. 1 June, 1627, rector of Digswell, Herts, buried there 1645.
Champneys, Johnarm. Magdalen Coll., matric. 24 June, 1653. [15]
Champneys, Johns. John, of Orchardleigh, Somerset, arm. Exeter Coll., matric. 23 May, 1667, aged 18; sheriff of Somerset 1695.
Champneys, Johns. John, of Yarnscomb, Devon, gent. Wadham Coll., subscribed 9 May, 1704, aged 16; baptized at Yarnscombe 13 Jan., 1685-6.
Champnes, Justinianof Kent, gent. Magdalen Hall, matric-entry under date 7 July, 1578, aged 16; of Wrotham, Kent, bar.-at-law, Gray's Inn, 1599 (as son and heir of Justinian, of Bexley, Kent, arm.), buried at Wrotham 2 March, 1622. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.
Champneys, KenelmB.A. (sup. 6 July) 1521.
Champeneis, Richardof Kent, arm. Magdalen Coll., matric. 23 April, 1591, aged 17; of Hall Place, Bexley, after of Woolwich, admitted to Gray's Inn 1599 (son of Justinian), died in 1653, halfbrother of Justinian. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg. [20]
Champnys, Thomasof Essex, pleb. New Coll., matric. 24 Nov., 1581, aged 12.
Champneys, WilliamB.C.L. (sup. Jan.) 1518-19.
Chandler, Edmond (Chaundler)of Bucks, pleb. New Coll., matric. July, 1588, aged 20; B.A. 16 April, 1591, M.A. 15 Jan., 1594-5, rector of Thruxton, Hants, 1602, and of Great or East Knoyle, Wilts, 1608. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Chandler, John (CandlerCandeler, or Chanler); B.A. incorp. 1547-8, M.A. from Christ Church 1547-8.
Chandler, John (ChandelerChandelar, Chanler, or Chaundler), fellow of New Coll. 1553-6, from Liss, Hants; B.A. 23 Feb., 1556-7, M.A. 28 Nov., 1560, sub-warden 1564, B.D. 22 Jan., 1572-3, D.D. (sup. 10 Nov.) 1581, preb. of Winchester 1574-94, rector of Great Horwood, Bucks, 1565-94, canon of Lincoln 1569-95, rector of Burghclere 1578, until his death in 1595. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [25]
Chandler, John (Chaundeler)of Hart Hall in and before 1568.
Chandler, John (Chaundler)of Bucks, pleb. Hart Hall, matric. 31 Jan., 1583-4, aged 19.
Chandler, John (Chauntler)of co. Chester, pleb. Hart Hall, matric. 8 May, 1584, aged 19; B.A. from Oriel Coll. 14 Dec., 1590, M.A. 30 June, 1593, (as Chaunter), then in orders, perhaps vicar of Wilton-cum-Bulbridge, Wilts, 1621, as Chandler. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Chandler, Johnof co. Southampton, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 1 July, 1603, aged 18. See Berry's Hants, 52.
Chandler, Johns. John, of Holywell, in Oxford. pleb. Hart Hall, matric. 28 June, 1633, aged 15; B.A. from Magdalen Coll. 28 May, 1636, sequestered to the rectory of Danbury, Essex, 6 Feb., 1644-5, relinquished it in 1646, sequestered to rectory of Fawkham, Kent, 1645, and to rectory of Hartley, rector of Little Bromley, Essex, 1656. See Add. MSS., 15,669-71; Calamy, ii. 229; & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [30]
Chandler, John (Chaundler)s. William, of Chichester, Sussex, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 28 May, 1641, aged 16.
Chandler, Johns. Rob., of Frimley, Surrey, pleb. Trinity Coll., matric. 12 Oct., 1704, aged 16; B.A. 1708.
Chandler, Johnof Wadham, M.A. 1715. See Chauntler, page 265.
Chandler, Richardof co. Worcester, pleb. Hart Hall, matric. 16 Nov., 1604, aged 19; B.A. 16 April, 1608, M.A. 8 July, 1612, (son of Robert, of Great Comberton, co. Worcester), rector of Wilton St. Mary, Wilts, 1621, and of Ditchampton 1621, canon of Sarum 1634, father of Robert 1636. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Chandler, Richard (Chaundler)s. Rob., of Idmiston, Wilts, arm. Trinity Coll., matric. 23 March, 1665-6, aged 16. [35]
ChandlerRichard. See Richard Chaundeler Young, 1709.
Chandler, Robert (Chaunler)subscribed 21 Oct., 1616; B.A. from Oriel Coll. 24 Oct., 1616, M.A. from All Souls' Coll. 21 June, 1620 (incorp. at Cambridge 1621), B.C.L. 26 April, 1623, rector of Colne Rogers, co. Gloucester, 1625, and of Colne St. Denis 1635, as Chandler. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Chandler, Robert (Chaundler)s. Richard, of Wilton, Wilts, sacerd. Christ Church, matric. 25 Nov., 1636, aged 17; B.A. 17 July, 1640, created M.A. 16 Jan., 1642-3, of Lincoln's Inn 1641. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Chandler, Thomas (Chaundler)of Bucks, pleb. New Coll., matric. 11 Oct., 1605, aged 19; B.A. 2 May, 1609, M.A. 16 Jan., 1612-13, rector of Thruxton, Hants, 1613. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Chandler, Walter (Chaundler)of Wilts, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 2 March, 1598-9, aged 21; B.A. from Merton Coll. 15 Dec., 1602, M.A. from St. Alban Hall 5 July, 1606.
Chandler, Williamof co. Southampton, pleb. Magdalen Coll., matric. 16 June, 1610, aged 20; clerk 1609-15, B.A. 6 July, 1610. See Bloxam, ii. 47.
Chandler, William (Chantler)of co. Leicester, gent. Lincoln Coll., matric. 9 May, 1617, aged 17; B.A. 23 Feb., 1621-2.
Chandler, Williams. William, of Stratford-on-Avon, co. Warwick, pleb. St. John's Coll., matric. 23 Jan., 1623-4, aged 19. [5]
Chandler, William (Chaundler)s. George, of Winchester, Hants, pleb. Magdalen Hall., matric. 31 Jan., 1622-3, aged 17; B.A. 14 Feb., 1625-6, M.A. 25 June, 1628, rector of Stopham, Sussex, 1632, and of Sullington 1640, etc. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Chaning, Thomas'ser.' Magdalen Hall, matric. 10 Nov., 1654.
Channon, Philips. Richard, of Tallaton, Devon, gent. Wadham Coll., matric. 4 Nov., 1631, aged 17; of the Middle Temple 1633. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Chanon, RichardB.A. 20 July, 1533; R.C., steward of the Inner Temple, specially admitted to that society in 1547. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Chanon, Thomas (? Chanene)B.A. 19 June 1516, one of these names rector of Castle Rising, Norfolk, 1545. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [10]
Chanon, Thomass. Philip, of Autrey, Devon, pleb. Exeter Coll., matric. 4 June, 1641, aged 19; vicar of Harpford with Ven Ottery, Devon, 1646. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Chanon, Williamof Devon, pleb. Wadham Coll., matric. 21 Feb., 1616-17, aged 19; of the Inner Temple 1619, as of Tallaton, Devon, son of Philip of that place. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Chantrell, Sal. (Chauntrell)M.A. Canterbury, incorp. 11 July, 1598.
Chantrell, Thomas (Chauntrell)s. John, of Lewes, Sussex, sacerd. Magdalen Hall, matric. 2 July, 1624, aged 14.
Chantrell, Thomass. Hug., of London, gent. Wadham Coll., matric. 28 Feb., 1699-1700, aged 18; B.A. 1703. [15]
Chaplin, Richards. William, of Taunton, Somerset, pleb. Magdalen Coll., matric. 28 June, 1633, aged 18.
Chapline, Roberts. William, of Taunton, Somerset, pleb. Wadham Coll., matric. 2 Dec., 1628, aged 19; scholar 1628, B.A. 5 Dec., 1629, fellow 1632, according to Gardiner, p. 90, he was 'M.A.' 23 May (?) 1633,' librarian 1638, rector of Hemyock, Devon, 1643, brother of the next named. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Chaplin, Rogers. William, of Taunton, Somerset, pleb. Magdalen Coll., matric. 2 March, 1631-2, aged 20; B.A. 20 Nov., 1634, vicar of St. Clere, Cornwall, 1662, brother of the last named. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Chaplin, Samuelgent. Magdalen Hall, matric. 21 March, 1658-9; B.A. 17 Jan., 1661-2, M.A. 1664.
Chaplain, ThomasM.A. from Christ Coll., Cambridge, incorp. 20 May, 1712. [20]
Chaplin, Williams. William, of Stow, Bucks, gent. Merton Coll., matric. 26 Oct., 1694, aged 16; B. C. L. 1701, rector of Finmere, Oxon, 1704. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Chapman, Charlesborn in co. Gloucester, s. Robert, of Ross, co. Hereford, pleb. Jesus Coll., matric. 22 March, 1638-9, aged 17.
Chapman, Charless. Joh., of Hereford (city), minister. St. Mary Hall, matric. 16 Nov., 1666, aged 17; B.A. 1670, licenced 8 Jan., 1671-2, to marry Lucretia Wesopp, of Oxford, spinster; vicar of Awre, co. Gloucester, about 1676. See Foster's Index Eclesiasticus & Marriage Licences, ed. Foster.
Chapman, Edmunda sizar of Gonville Hall, Nov., 1554, B.A. from Trinity Coll. 1559, fellow, M.A. 1562, B.D. 1569; incorp. at Oxford 7 July, 1578, D.D. 10 July, 1578, canon of Norwich 1569, until deprived about 1576 for nonconformity, preached in Bedford and London. See Cooper, i. 382.
Chapman, EdwardB.A. from St. John's Coll., Cambridge, 1578, M.A. 1582, incorp. 11 July, 1586.
Chapman, Edwards. Edward, of Lescarde, Cornwall, pleb. Merton Coll., matric. 17 April, 1632, aged 19, B.A. 28 April, 1632; M.A. from St. Alban Hall 7 Feb., 1634-5, brother of Joseph. [26]
Chapman, Edwards. Rich., of Shebbeare, Devon, gent. St. Mary Hall, matric. 19 March, 1679-80, aged 17; B.A. 1683, M.A. 1686.
Chapman, Edwards. Edw., of Guilsborough, Northants, pleb. Wadham Coll., matric. 23 May, 1710, aged 16; servitor 1710, B.A. 15 March, 1713-14, M.A. 1716, vicar of Rothwell, Northants, 1720, and of Guilsborough 1721. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Gardiner, 442.
Chapman, George'poet,' 1557-1634. See Ath., ii. 575; & D.N.B.
Chapman, HenryM.A. from Magdalen Hall 24 Nov., 1649. See Fasti, ii. 121; & Hearne, ii. 264.
Chapman, Henrys. Richard, of London, pleb. Christ Church, matric. 21 Oct., 1664, aged 17; a student of the Inner Temple 1665, migrated to the Middle Temple 1672. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. [31]
Chapman, James'ser.' Queen's Coll., matric. 10 March, 1656-7; of Gray's Inn 1655, as of Mark's Hall, Essex, gent. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.
Chapman, Jaspers. Henry, of Tedbury, co. Gloucester, pleb. St. Edmund Hall, matric. 18 Oct., 1662, aged 17; bar.-at-law, Lincoln's Inn, 1673. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Chapman, John (Chepman)B.A. (sup. 21 June) 1511.
Chapman, John (Chepman)B.A. 1545-6, one of these names rector of Wootton, Oxon, 1549, etc. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [35]
Chapman, John(B.A.) M.A. 9 July, 1567, one of these names rector of Wheathill, Somerset, 1571. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Chapman, Johnof Salop, 'cler. fil.' Broadgates Hall, matric. 20 Oct., 1598, aged 17; B.A. 7 July, 1602, M.A. 23 June, 1605, rector of Donington, Salop, 1607. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Chapman, John (Capman)M.A. Cambridge, incorp. 12 July, 1608. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Chapman, Johns. William, of Coventry, co. Warwick, p.p. St. Edmund Hall, matric. 7 July, 1676, aged 18; B.A. 1680.
Chapman, Johns. Abraham, of Hampnet, Sussex, arm. Trinity Coll., matric. 15 July, 1676, aged 17; of the Inner Temple 1675. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. [40]
Chapman, John1s. William, of city of Bath, Somerset, gent. Balliol Coll., matric. 20 Oct., 1694; B.A. 1698, M.A. 1702, vicar of Weston-juxta-Bath 1701, chaplain or warden of the hospital of St. John Baptist in Bath. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Chapman, Johns. Eman., of Pudletown, Dorset, pleb. Queen's Coll., matric. 9 Nov., 1710, aged 20; B.A. 1714, rector of Beeching Stoke, Wilts, 1715. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Chapman, Joseph (Chepman)of Cornwall, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 23 June, 1621, aged 16; B A. from St. Alban Hall 6 Nov., 1624, M.A. 6 June, 1627, inventory at Oxford dated 22 July, 1657, brother of Edward 1632.
Chapman, MarmadukeM.A. Cambridge, incorp. 16 July, 1600, vicar of Chipping Sodbury 1601, and rector of Didmarton, co. Gloucester, 1607. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Chapman, Peterof Devon, s. Peter, of Oxford (city), pleb. Exeter Coll., matric. 13 Dec., 1622, aged 18; B.A. 22 June, 1626, M.A. 30 April, 1629.
Chapman, Petleys. p., of London, gent. Oriel Coll., matric. 17 Dec., 1707, aged 15.
Chapman, Richardof Dorset, pleb. St. Alban Hall, matric. 20 March, 1583-4, aged 17.
Chapman, Richard'ser.' Exeter Coll., matric. 20 July, 1654. [5]
Chapman, Richards. Rog., of Newport Pagnell, Bucks, pleb. Wadham Coll., matric. 1 Dec., 1680, aged 15; student of Christ Church, B.A. 1684 (incorp. at Cambridge 1684), M.A. 1687, vicar of Cheshunt, Herts, 1689, canon of Chichester 1709. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Rawlinson, iii. 185.
Chapman, Robertof London, pleb. Oriel Coll., matric. 9 Feb., 1593-4, aged 17; a student of Gray's Inn 1595, see also next entry. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Chapman, Robertof London, pleb. University Coll., 14 Feb., 1593-4, aged 17.
Chapman, Robertsubscribed 16 June, 1610 (O.H.S., xi. 310); fellow of Balliol Coll., B.A. 24 Jan., 1610-11, M.A. 28 June, 1615, will proved at Oxford 8 Dec., 1618.
Chapman, Robertservitor of Wadham Coll. 1655, subscribed 7 Nov., 1655. [10]
Chapman, Roberts. Sim., of London, gent. Trinity Coll., matric. 19 Oct., 1699, aged 17.
Chapman, Rogers. Tho., of Newport Pagnell, Bucks, arm. Christ Church, matric. 31 March, 1705, aged 19.
Chapman, Samuels. Tho., of Horsendon, Bucks, cler. Lincoln Coll., matric. 31 Oct., 1700, aged 16; B.A. 1704, M.A. 1707, vicar of Sherborne, Oxon, 1710, rector of Radnage, Bucks, 1720, and of Little Kimble 1724. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Chapman, Stephens. S., of Bristol, co. Gloucester, gent. Magdalen Hall, matric. 2 April, 1691, aged 18; B.A. 11 March, 1696-7, M.A. 1697. See Rawlinson, vi. 108.
Chapman, ThomasB.A. (sup. 27 May) 1522. [15]
Chapman, Thomasof co. Leicester, pleb. Lincoln Coll., matric. 10 June, 1597, aged 17; a student of the Inner Temple 1611 (as of Foxton, co. Leicester, gent.), treasurer 1646-8, appointed serjt.-at-law 1648, but declared illegal on the restoration 1660, mayor of Lincoln 1607, and recorder 1624-52, son of Edward, of Middleton Manor, co. Leicester. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Chapman, Thomass. John, of Chard, Somerset, pleb. Wadham Coll., matric. 16 March, 1665-6, aged 15; B.A. 1669, M.A. 1672.
Chapman, Thomass. Thomas, of Cuddington, Oxon, pleb. St. Edmund Hall, matric. 13 Nov., 1668, aged 16; B.A. 1672, M.A. 1675, rector of Horsendon, Bucks, 1678, etc., father of Samuel. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Chapman, Thomass. Roger, of Newport Pagnell, Bucks, gent. Christ Church, matric. 5 Dec., 1679, aged 16; bar.-at-law, Inner Temple, 1687, licenced 17 July, 1682, to marry Elizabeth Goodman, of St. Andrew's, Holborn, London, spr., M.P. Buckingham 1710-15, Amersham 1722-7. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Chapman, Walterof Somerset, pleb. Broadgates Hall, matric. 11 Oct., 1583, aged 14. [20]
Chapman, Walters. Walter, of Bath (city), gent. St. John's Coll., matric. 22 July, 1664, aged 17.
Chapman, Walters. J., of Blandford, Dorset, gent. Pembroke Coll., matric. 14 March, 1691-2, aged 16; B.A. 1695, M.A. 1698, rector of Stratfieldsaye, Hants, 1705. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Chapman, William (Chepman)B.A. (sup. 25 June) 1528. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Chapman, William'subscribed' 1 July, 1613, B.A. from Brasenose Coll. 6 Feb., 1616-17; fellow of All Souls' Coll., M.A. 21 June, 1620, administration at Oxford granted 20 Dec., 1622.
Chapman, Williamof Somerset, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 16 Nov., 1621, aged 16; B.A. from Corpus Christi Coll. 22 Feb., 1624-5, M.A. 13 March, 1627-8, rector of Bawdrip, Somerset, 1632. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [25]
Chapman, Williams. James, of Kenilworth, co. Warwick, cler. University Coll., matric. 6 April, 1677, aged 14; B.A. from Corpus Christi Coll. 1680; M.A. from St. Alban Hall 1683.
Chapman, Williams. Rob., of Bosworth, co. Leicester, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 16 May, 1689, aged 17; B.A. 3 Feb., 1692-3.
Chapple, Bartholomews. James, of Milverton, Somerset, gent. Exeter Coll., matric. 13 Dec., 1622, aged 19; B.A. 22 Feb., 1624-5, M.A. 6 July, 1627, incorp. at Cambridge 1628.
Chapple, Johns. J., of Lopin, Somerset, gent. Wadham Coll., matric. 8 March, 1691-2, aged 17; B.A. 1695.
Chapple, Jonathans. Jonathan, of Crocomb, Somerset, p.p. Trinity Coll. subscribed 30 May, 1704, aged 17; B.A. 26 Jan., 1707-8. [30]
Chappell, Josiass. John, of Modbury, Devon, gent. Exeter Coll., matric. 23 March, 1701-2, aged 15; of the Inner Temple 1704. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Chappel, Richard (Chapyll)fellow of Exeter Coll. 1518, B.A. 28 Feb., 1518-19, one of these names M.P. Grampound April-May, 1554, and Oct.-Dec., 1555. See Boase, 31.
Chappell, Richard (Chapell)of Devon, pleb. Broadgates Hall, matric. 10 May, 1616, aged 18.
Chappell, Rogers. John, of Colchester, Essex, cler. Magdalen Coll., matric. 23 July, 1698, aged 18; clerk 1698-1703, B.A. 1702, vicar of Northbourne, Kent, 1703. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Bloxam, ii. 84.
Chappell, Samuel'ser.' Lincoln Coll., matric. 19 July, 1659. [35]
Chappell, Thomasgent. Merton Coll., matric. 15 May, 1683, perhaps bar.-at-law, Gray's Inn, 1689, as son and heir of Thomas, of Sheffield, Yorks, gent. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.
Charde, JohnB. Mus. (sup. in Jan.) 1518-19.
Charde, RobertB.A. 31 Oct., 1510, M.A. 15 June, 1514.
Charde, RobertB.A. 1 Dec., 1520; fellow of Oriel Coll. 1521, from Dorset, M.A. 13 July, 1525, vicar of Bradpole, Dorset, 1542, preb. of Collegiate Church of St. Peter's, in Warwick, 1543. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Charde, ThomasCistercian, abbot of Forde, in Devon, B.D.; B.Can.L. 18 Jan., 1505-6, D. D. 24 Oct., 1507; see Fasti, i. 15-22; and for another of the same names see Ath. ii. 751; see also Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [40]
Charde, WalterB.A., from Magdalen Coll. 28 Feb., 1605-6.
Chardon, John (Carden or Cardon)fellow of Exeter Coll. 1565-8, from Devon, B.A. 18 April, 1567, M.A. 27 March, 1572, B.D. 15 Nov., 1581, D. D. 14 April, 1586, vicar of Heavitree, Devon, 1571, and of Colbroke 1573, canon of Exeter 1581, rector of Tedburn St. Mary 1581, bishop of Down and Connor 1596, rector of Cahir 1596, warden of the College of Youghal 1598, died in 1601. See Boase, 44; Ath., i. 715, ii. 845; Cotton's Fasti Ecc. Hib., iii. 204; Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & D.N.B.
Charier, Benjamin1597. See Carier.
Charite, Humphrey and William.See Cherite, page 266.
Charke, Thomasgent. Magdalen Coll., matric. 19 Nov., 1650, possibly 6th and youngest son of Benjamin, of London, haberdasher.
Charles, Isaacs. John, of Chesterfield, co. Derby, pleb. Merton Coll., matric. 20 May, 1640, aged 17.
Charles, John (or Charlys)Carmelite, B.D. 30 Oct., 1524. See Bloxam, iv. 51. [5]
Charles, Johns. John, of St. Bride, co. Glamorgan, cler. Jesus Coll., matric. 2 May, 1711, aged 22; rector of St. Bride's Minor, co. Glamorgan, 1725, his father instituted to rectory of St. Bride's Minor 1696. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Charles, Josephs. Joseph, of Llanover, co. Monmouth, pleb. Jesus Coll., matric. 30 May, 1707, aged 16; B.A. 6 Feb., 1710-11, M.A. 1713, rector of Little Wacton, Norfolk, 1719, vicar of Swaftham 1720, rector of South Pickenham 1722. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Charles, Mereditheof co. Brecon, pleb. Jesus Coll., matric.-entry under date 20 Sept., 1575, aged 16; vicar of Merthir, or Marthrey, co. Pembroke, 1584, and of Graunston alias St. Katherine, co. Pembroke, 1584. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Charles, Williams. Sam., of Lockley, co. Worcester, gent. Jesus Coll., matric. 10 Dec., 1711, aged 17; B.A. 1715, M.A. 1718, vicar of Llansadurn, co. Carmarthen, 1721. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Charlett, Arthurs. John, of Cropthorne, co. Worcester, s.t.d. Trinity Coll., matric. 17 May, 1639, aged 18; B.A. 12 Nov., 1642, M.A. 9 July, 1645, rector of Collingborne Ducis, Wilts, 1662, father of the next, brother of John 1635. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [10]
Charlett, Arthurs. Arthur, of Collingborne Ducis, Wilts, minister. Trinity Coll., subscribed 13 July, 1669, aged 14; B.A. 1673, M.A. 1676, fellow (incorp. at Cambridge 1681), proctor 1683, B.D. 1684; D. D. from University Coll. 1692, master 1692, and rector of Hambledon, Bucks, 1707, until his death 4 Nov., 1722; born at Shipton, co. Gloucester, 4 June, 1655, chaplain to William III. 1696-1717, administration at Oxford 12 Aug., 1723. See Hearne, i. 21 & 214; Rawlinson, iii. 193, xvi. 367; Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus; & D. N. B.
Charlett, Francispleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 23 July, 1596, aged 16, B.A. 21 Oct., 1598; M.A. from All Souls' Coll. 8 July, 1602, then in orders, rector of Great Brickhill, Bucks, 1608, canon of Worcester 1627. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Charlett, GregoryM.A. 18 Feb., 1512-13, B.D. (sup. June) 1534, a schoolmaster, preb. (5) in Collegiate Church of Newark, in Leicester, 1543. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Charlet, Johnof Christ Church, subscribed 21 June, 1583; Magdalen Hall, matric. 16 Feb., 1586-7, aged 19, from co. Worcester, pleb.; B.A. 17 Feb., 1586-7, M.A. 29 Oct., 1590; B.D. from Oriel Coll. 8 July, 1602, licenced to preach 13 May, 1605, D.D. 5 July, 1614, rector of Great Brickhill, Bucks, 1602-8, canon of Worcester 1607, vicar of Overbury, co. Worcester, 1615, rector of Overworton, Oxon, 1620, and of Worcester St. Martin, 1621, vicar of Cropthorne, co. Worcester, 1624, father of Arthur 1639, and father of the next named. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Charlett, Johns. John, of Cropthorne, co. Worcester, S. T. D. Oriel Coll., matric. 24 April, 1635, aged 18; B.A. 20 Jan., 1637-8, M.A. 16 Nov., 1640, bar.-at-law, Gray's Inn, 1648, brother of Arthur 1639. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg. [15]
Charlett, Johns. 'Arthur,' of Fladbury, co. Worcester, gent. University Coll., matric. 30 March, 1694, aged 15.
Charlett, Thomass. Francis, of Brickhill, Bucks, sacerd. All Souls' Coll., matric. 26 Oct., 1627, aged 16, B.A. 6 Feb., 1629-30; M.A. from Pembroke Coll. 23 Oct., 1632.
Charley, Leonard1571. See Chorley.
Charlton, Alan (Charton)B.Can.L. 26 Oct., 1531, vicar of Farnham Royal, Bucks, 1539, rector of Whitchurch, Salop, 1549. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Charleton, Arthurs. Andrew, of Mallagh, Ireland, admitted a pensioner of Trinity Coll., Dublin, 13 June, 1700, aged 15; scholar 1702, B.A. 1704, M.A. 1707. incorp. 11 July, 1710. See Robert same date. [20]
Charlton, (Sir) Blundeny.s. Francis, of Envil, co. Stafford, equitis. St. Edmund Hall, matric. 28 March, 1698, aged 16; 3rd baronet, died in Dec., 1742.
Charlton, (Sir) Francis1s. Job, of Ludford, co. Hereford, equitis. St. Edmund Hall, matric. 30 March, 1666, aged 15; 2nd baronet, admitted to Lincoln's Inn 1662, M. P. Ludlow 1678-81, Bishops Castle 1685-7, died 21 April, 1729, brother of the next named and of William 1666, father of Blunden. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Charleton, Gilberty.s. Job, of Ludford, co. Hereford, eq. aur. Christ Church, matric. 16 March, 1684-5, aged 16; of Lincoln's Inn, 1683, of Staunton Hall, Notts, in right of his wife, and father of Gilbert, rector of Staunton. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Charleton, (Sir) Jobs. Robert, of London, arm. Magdalen Hall, matric. 20 April, 1632, aged 17; B.A. 26 April, 1632, a student of Lincoln's Inn 1633, bencher 1659, serjt.-at-law 1660, knighted 1662, king's serjt. 1668, of Ludford, Salop, a justice of Court of Session co. Palatine Chester 1686, M.P. Ludlow 1659-1660, 1661-78, speaker House of Commons Feb., 1673, a justice of common pleas 1680, created a baronet 12 May, 1686, died 27 May, 1697, father of William 1666. See Foster's Parliamentary Dictionary; Fasti, i. 464; & D. N. B.
Charlton, Josephof Kent, pleb. St. John's Coll., matric. 11 Oct., 1583, aged 19. [25]
Charlton, Nathanielof Exeter Coll., subscribed 30 June, 1637, rector of Woodborough, Wilts, 1653. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Calamy, iii. 194.
Charlton, Robertof Salop, arm. Broadgates Hall, matric. 31 Jan., 1605-6, aged 15; of Gray's Inn 1608, as son of Andrew, of Apley, Salop, esq. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.
Charlton, RobertM.A. Trinity Coll., Dublin, incorp. 11 July, 1710. See Arthur same date.
Charlton, Stephen (Chalton)priest and secular chaplain, B.A. 20 June, 1524.
Charlton, ThomasB.A. 7 Feb., 1577-8, M.A. 1 July, 1580, vicar of Faringdon, Berks, 1582. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & O. H. S., xii. 73. [30]
Charlton, Walter (Charelton)pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 22 Jan., 1590-1, aged 16; B.A. from St. Mary Hall 4 June, 1594, M.A. 20 April, 1597, licenced to preach 12 Feb., 1601-2, of Gray's Inn 1591 (as son and heir of Andrew, of Apley, Salop, esq.), vicar of Ilminster, Somerset, 1605, of Somerton 1609, rector of Shepton Mallet 1609, and of Almsford 1610, father of the next named. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.
Charlton, Walter (Charelton)s. Walter, of Shepton Mallet, Somerset, sacerd. Magdalen Hall, matric. 3 July, 1635, aged 17; created D.Med. 16 Jan., 1642-3, and shortly after physician to the king at Oxford, travelling physician to Charles II., and physician in ordinary to the king while in exile and on the restoration, an original fellow of the Royal Society, hon. fellow College Physicians 1664, full fellow 1677, president 1689, 1690, 1691, retired to Jersey, thence to Nantwich, and finally returned to London, born at Shepton Mallet 2 Feb., 1619, died 24 April, 1707, aged 87. See Munk's Roll, i. 390; Ath. iv. 752; Hearne, ii. 17; & D.N.B.
Charleton, Williamof Hart Hall in and before 1568. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Charlton, Williamof Magdalen Hall in or before 1572.
Charlton, Williamy.s. Job, of Ludford, co. Hereford, equitis. St. Edmund Hall, matric. 30 March, 1666, aged 14; bar.-at-law, Lincoln's Inn, 1674, probably M. P. Ludlow 1685, until his death before June same year, brother of Francis and Gilbert same date. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Charlwood, Johnof Brasenose Coll.; B.A. 16 Jan., 1569-70, M.A. 14 March, 1572-3, vicar of Hambledon, Hants, 1576. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [4]
Charman, Richardof Sussex, pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric. 9 Feb., 1593-4, aged 15 (called Charmer in Mat. Reg.); B.A. 25 Feb., 1597-8.
Charman, StephenB.A. from Balliol Coll. 17 March, 1626-7, M.A. 11 April, 1633, rector of Hemsworth, Yorks, 1637, ejected for nonconformity 1662, died 1667, father of the next named. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Calamy, iii. 437.
Charman, Stephens. Stephen, of Hemsworth, co. York, minister. New Inn Hall, matric. 14 Nov., 1661, aged 18; B.A. 1 April, 1671, M.A. 5 July, 1671, rector of Liddiard Tregoze, Wilts, 1692. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Charnley, Williams. John, of Carlisle, Cumberland, p.p. Queen's Coll., matric. 14 May, 1696, aged 17; B.A. 1701, M.A. 1704, vicar of Brayton, Yorks, 1727.
Charnock, See also Chernockpage 266.
Charnocke, Edwardof co. Lancaster, arm. Trinity Coll., matric.-entry under date 3 April, 1579, aged 13. [10]
Charnock, Hugh (Chernocke or Carnock)B.A. of Cambridge 1511, incorp. 15 June, 1514; M.A. from Brasenose Coll. 21 June, 1514, B.D. (sup. 24 July) 1523, canon of Hereford 1529, until his death in 1550. See Le Neve, i. 525.
Charnoke, HughB.A. 5 Feb., 1531-2, ? fellow of Brasenose Coll. in and before 1565.
Charnocke, Jamesof Brasenose Coll.; B.A. 15 June, 1544, M.A. (sup. 10 Oct.) 1562, rector of Aston Sandford, Bucks, 1554. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Charnoke, JamesB.A. 21 Jan., 1558-9, M.A. 1 Dec., 1562; fellow Brasenose Coll. in and before 1565, proctor 1568, B. C. L. 27 May, 1569.
Charnocke, Johnof Christ Church 1567; B.A. 26 Jan., 1570-1. [15]
Charnock, Robertthe conspirator, of Trinity Coll. 1680. See Chernock.
Charnocke, Rogerscholar Corpus Christi Coll. 1563, from Lancashire, fellow 1566, B.A. 15 Oct., 1568, M.A. 14 June, 1572, inventory at Oxford 18 Feb., 1577.
Charnock, Rogers. Roger, of London, arm. Magdalen Hall, matric. 31 Jan., 1639-40, aged 15.
Charnock, Stephens. Richard, an attorney or solicitor; B.A. from Emanuel Coll., Cambridge, 1645, incorp. as M.A. 19 Nov., 1652, proctor 1654, fellow New Coll. 1650, a preacher and author, died in Whitechapel 27 July, 1680, aged 52, buried in St. Stephen's, Walbrook, 30th. See Burrows; Ath., iii. 1,234; Fasti, ii. 173; Calamy, i. 208; & D.N.B.
Charnoke, ThomasDominican; B.D. 15 June, 1528, D. D. 8 April, 1530. [20]
Charoll, John Chrysostom duincorp. M.A. of Avignon by decree of convocation 9 June 1684 (Cat. Grads.), a daily chaplain in Chapel Royal for 7 or 8 years. See Fasti, ii. 395.
Chase, Gamalielof Devon, gent. St. Mary Hall, matric. 1 Dec., 1609, aged 15; B.A. from Corpus Christi Coll. 16 Dec., 1614, M.A. 17 April, 1618 (incorp. at Cambridge 1619), B.D. 15 July, 1625 (as Chace), rector of Wambrooke, Dorset, 1621, vicar of Yarcombe, Devon, 1628, father of John 1642. See also John same date & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Chase, Gamaliels. John, of Wambrook, Dorset, pleb. Pembroke Coll., matric. 17 March, 1672-3, aged 17; B.A. 1676, rector of Wambrook, 1681, brother of the next named. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Chase, Hughs. John, of Wambrook, Dorset, pleb. Pembroke Coll., matric. 17 March, 1672-3, aged 15 B.A. from Corpus Christi Coll. 1676, vicar of Yarcombe, Devon, 1678, brother of the last named. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Chase, Jamess. John, of Westminster, arm. Christ Church, matric. 15 Dec., 1665, aged 15; one of these names M. P. Great Marlow, Bucks, in 9 parliaments 1690-1710, died 23 June, 1721. See Foster's Parliamentary Dictionary. [25]
Chase, JeremiasB.A. Cambridge, incorp. 11 July, 1626.
Chase, Johnof Devon, gent. St. Mary Hall, matric. 1 Dec., 1609, aged 16; rector of West Ogwell, Devon, 1616. See Gamaliel same date & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Chase, Johns. Gamaliel, of Wambrooke, Dorset, sacerd. St. Mary Hall, matric. 18 March, 1641-2, aged 16; father of Gamaliel and Hugh 1673.
Chase, Johnpleb. Wadham Coll., matric. 17 March, 1653-4; scholar 1655, from Chard, Somerset, B.A. 15 Oct., 1657, M.A. 3 July, 1660, fellow 1660-74, librarian 1669, rector of White Staunton, Somerset, 1670-84. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Boase, 201.
Chase, Johns. Gideon, of 'Up Ottery,' Devon, pleb. Trinity Coll., matric. 7 July, 1694, aged 15; B.A. 1698, rector of Wambrook, Dorset, 1710. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [30]
Chase, Josephs. Thomas, of Empshot, Hants, pleb. Magdalen Coll., matric. 14 July, 1665, aged 17.
Chase, RichardM.A. Cambridge, incorp. 14 July, 1618, rector of Chislehurst 1630, and of Stone, Kent, 1631. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Chase, Samuels. Stephen, of Marlow, Bucks, gent. Christ Church, matric. 16 Feb., 1682-3, aged 18; of Lincoln's Inn 1685, brother of Stephen 1693. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Chase, Stephens. Stephen, of London, gent. Christ Church, matric. 5 April, 1639, aged 17; created B.A. 1 Nov., 1642.
Chase, Stephens. S., of Marlow, Bucks, gent. Magdalen Hall, matric. 20 July, 1693, aged 16 (called Cheete in Mat. Reg.), B.A. 1697, M.A. 8 Feb., 1699-1700, B.Med. 1703; D.Med. from Merton Coll. 1713, fellow College Physicians 1719, fellow of the Royal Society 1724, buried at Great Brickhill, Bucks, 13 Jan., 1742, brother of Samuel 1683. See Munk's Roll, ii. 64. [35]
Chase, Thomasof co. Southants, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 28 Nov., 1606, aged 17.
Chase, Thomass. Thomas, of Empshott, Hants, gent. Trinity Coll., matric. 18 Nov. 1631, aged 16; B.A. 24 Oct., 1634 (as Chace), of Gray's Inn 1637, father of Joseph 1665. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.
Chase, Thomasgent. Magdalen Hall, matric. 3 May, 1659, of the Middle Temple 1657, as eldest son of Thomas, of the same. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Chater, JohnB.A. from All Souls' Coll. 17 Feb., 1609-10.
Chaterse, ChristopherM.A.; B.D. (sup. 30 Jan.) 1508-9, rector of Rimpton, Dorset, 1510. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [40]
Chatfeild, Johns. Thomas, of Isfeild, Sussex, pleb. Merton Coll., matric. 4 May, 1627, aged 16; B.A. 10 May, 1631, M.A. 20 June, 1634, rector of Crawley, Sussex, 1638. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Chatfeld, Thomasof Hants, 'cler. fil.' Christ Church, matric. 23 Nov., 1581, aged 17; B.A. 27 April, 1586. M.A. 31 May, 1589, B.D. 14 April, 1600 (then beneficed in Yorkshire), vicar of Kildwick, Yorks, 1600. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Chatfield, Thomass. (Thomas), of Balcomb, Sussex, cler. Brasenose Coll., matric. 20 Jan., 1712-13, aged 18; B.A. 1716, rector of Southease, Sussex, 1723, and of Balcombe 1730, his father instituted to Balcombe 1693. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Chattey, Johngent. Exeter Coll., matric. 13 March, 1650-1; B.A. 12 Oct., 1654.
Chauncy, Charles (Chancy)5s. George, of Yardley Bury, and New Place in Gilston, Herts, fellow of Trinity Coll., Cambridge, 1609, from Westminster School; B.A. 1613, M.A. 1617, (incorp. 13 July, 1619), Greek lecturer and B.D. 1624, the strenuous nonconformist 'Cadmus Americanus,' vicar of Ware, Herts, 1627-33, and of Marston St. Laurence, 1633-7 (and 1639), suspended in 1635, imprisoned and mulcted in heavy costs, again recanted, and fled to America, was president of Harvard College for 17 years, 1654 until he died, 19 Feb., 1671, aged 82. See Fasti, i. 391; Alumni West., 29; & D.N.B.
Chauncy, Erasmusof Northants. Magdalen Coll., matric. 27 June, 1590, aged 15; of Edgcote, Northants (son of Sir Tobias), buried 27 Nov., 1634, brother of William same date, and father of William 1621. [6]
Chauncy, Henry (or Chaunce)B.A. 21 Feb., 1529-30, fellow of All Souls' Coll. 1530, M.A. (sup. Dec.) 1532.
Chauncy, Mauricea Carthusian 1539, died 1581. See Ath. Ox., i. 459; & D.N.B.
Chauncy, Toby1s. William, of Edgcott, Northants, 'militis.' Exeter Coll., matric. 13 Dec., 1622, aged 16 (called Tobias in Mat. Reg.), of Edgcott, born 18 Dec., 1605, died 22 Aug., 1662.
Chauncy, Tobiass. To(bias), of Edgcott, Northants, arm. Lincoln Coll., matric. 3 May, 1662, aged 17; of Edgcott, sheriff Northants 1668, born 4 April, 1643, died. 4 March, 1724-5, father of the next named. [10]
Chauncy, Tobiass. T(obias), of Edgcott, Northants, arm. Corpus Christi Coll., matric. 6 Nov., 1690, of Edgcott, bar.-at-law, Inner Temple, 1699, recorder of Banbury & Daventry, M. P. Banbury, Jan., 1730-3, born 2 Feb., 1673-4, died 27 & buried 31 March, 1733. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Chauncy, (Sir) Williamof Northants. Magdalen Coll., matric. 27 June, 1590, aged 16; of Edgecote, Northants, sheriff 1625. (son of Sir Tobias), knighted 23 July, 1603, buried 6 July, 1644, aged 71.
Chauncy, Williamof Northants, arm. Exeter Coll., matric. 20 July, 1621, aged 17.
Chauntler, John (Chauntler)of University Coll.; B.A. (sup. 19 Feb.) 1568-9, M.A. 22 June, 1572-3, rector of South Stoke, Sussex, 1566-73, rector of King's Stanley, co. Gloucester, 1568-73, and of Mottisfont, Hants, 1570-3, canon of Chichester 1568, and chancellor in 1573. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Chauntler, John (Chaunler)s. J., of Camsford (Kempsford), co. Gloucester, gent. Wadham Coll., matric. 15 Nov., 1708, aged 15; B.A. 1712, M.A. 1715, chaplain 1718, 1719, proctor 1719. See Gardiner, 436. [15]
Chauntler, See also Chantlerpage 261.
Chaunt, Franciss. Thomas, of Chimney, Devon, pleb. Gloucester Hall, matric. 1 April, 1642, aged 17.
Chaunt, Johnof Devon, pleb. Exeter Coll., matric. 15 March, 1582-3, aged 18; perhaps vicar of Kenton, Devon, 1605. See Foster's Index Ecclesisaticus.
Chave, Tristramfellow of Sydney Sussex Coll., Cambridge; B.A. 1690, M.A. 1694 (incorp. 17 May, 1699), B.D. 1701, rector of Minehead, Somerset, 1702, until his death in 1709. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Chawner, Johnof Northants, pleb. Hart Hall., matric.-entry under date 1572, aged 19; B.A. 18 March, 1573-4, vicar of Broxworth, Northants, 1576, rector of Gayton, 1580. [20]
Chawner, ThomasB.A. from Broadgates Hall 18 June, 1610.
Chaworth, Georgeof Notts, gent. Trinity Coll., matric. 4 March, 1585-6, aged 17; created M.A. 30 Aug., 1605, then a knight, admitted to Gray's Inn 1605 (as son and heir of John, of Southwell, Notts), knighted at Greenwich 29 May, 1605, M.P. Notts 1621-2, Arundel 1624, until declared void 24 March, 1624, created Baron and Viscount Chaworth 4 March, 1627-8, died 3 July, 1639. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.
Chaworth, (Sir) Richardof Notts. Christ Church, matric. 12 Oct., 1621, aged 18 (as arm.); B.A. 20 June, 1622, M.A. 20 June, 1625, proctor 1632, B.C.L. 3 March, 1633-4, D. C. L. 2 July, 1640, chancellor of the diocese of London 1637-63, and of Chichester 1660, vicar-general 1663, M.P. Midhurst 1640 (L. P.), sat from 6 Jan., 1641, till void 15 Feb. following, knighted 18 Dec., 1663, buried at Richmond, Surrey, June or July, 1672. See Fasti, i. 515.
Chawson, Williamstudent, residing in the town in July, 1562; tutor John Wolleye. See O. H. S., i. 222.
Cheadsey, William (Chedsey)of Corpus Christi Coll., 16 March, 1528-9 (from Somerset); B.A. 30 March, 1530, fellow 1531, M.A. 28 June, 1534, B.D. 19 June, 1542, D. D. 11 July, 1546, president 1558, deprived 1559, rector of West Hendred, Berks, 1545, canon of St. Paul's 1545 & 1554, rector of Weston Colvile, co. Cambridge, 1549, committed to the Marshalsea for seditious preaching (Popery) 1551, vicar of Paglesham, Essex, 1554, rector of All Hallows, Bread Street, 1554, until deprived in 1559, rector of Thackham, Sussex, 1554, vicar of Shottesbrooke, 1558, archdeacon of Middlesex 1556, canon of Christ Church 1557, and of Windsor 1554. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus; Athenæ, i. 322; & D.N.B. [25]
Chebsey, Edwards. ' Jo.,' of Southam, co. Warwick, p.p. St. John's Coll., matric. 7 April, 1677, aged 16; B.A. from Hart Hall 1680, vicar of Wolverton, Bucks, 1686, rector of Earsham, Norfolk, 1702. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Chebsey, Williamof co. Warwick, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 16 June, 1620, aged 19; B.A. 28 June, 1620, vicar of Wragby, co. Lincoln, 1631, rector of Halton on Holgate, 1638, and of Holton in Beckering, 1638. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Chedell, Rowlandof Isle of Anglesea, pleb. Jesus Coll., matric. 24 Nov., 1615, aged 17; B.A. 5 Feb., 1618-19, M.A. 6 June, 1621, B. & D. D. 30 June, 1632, incorp. at Cambridge; licenced 15 July, 1633, to marry Margery Chetle, of St. Clement Danes, widow; rector of Llandysnam, co. Anglesey, 1620, and of Llanfachell 1621, dean of Bangor 1625, rector of Llanfihangel-Itraith, co Merioneth, 1625, and treasurer of Bangor Cathedral 1625, rector of Llandegvan, co. Anglesea, 1626, and of Llanvaethlu, co. Anglesea, 1649. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Marriage Licences, ed. Foster.
Chedworth, Johnbishop of Lincoln 1452-71. See Dictionary of National Biography.
Cheeffe, Williamof Berks, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 23 Oct., 1601, aged 20 (entered also of St. Alban Hall); B.A. 3 July, 1605. [30]
Cheeke, Alexanders. Alexander, of London, pleb. Corpus Christi Coll., matric. 19 July, 1662, aged 13; died in College 4 Oct., 1664, aged 16. See Gutch, i. 411.
Cheeke, Edwards. Edw., of Exeter, arm. Balliol Coll., matric. 22 May, 1690, aged 15.
Cheeke, John (Chicke)B.C.L.; B.Can.L. (sup. 7 March) 1505-6, rector of Sparkford, Somerset, 1509, as Chyke. See Weaver.
Cheeke, (Sir) Johns. Peter; M.A. from St. John's Coll., Cambridge, incorp. 1542, canon of King Henry VIII. College at Oxford, one of the privy chamberlains to Edward VI., knighted 1551, and sworn of the privy council, M.P. Bletchingley 1547-52, and March, 1553, provost of King's College, Cambridge, 1548, on the accession of Mary he was imprisoned and deprived of his preferment, professor of Greek at Strasburgh, taken prisoner, and sent to the Tower, renounced the protestant faith to avoid martyrdom, and died in London 13 Sept., 1557. See Ath., i. 241; Fasti, i. 119; & D.N.B.
Cheeke, Johnof co. Southampton, arm. fil. nat. max. Brasenose Coll., matric. 28 Jan., 1619-20, aged 18; perhaps brother of Thomas 1610. See Berry's Hants, 98. [5]
Cheeke, Johnsubscribed 28 June, 1633, demy Magdalen Coll., 1633-9; B.A. 13 Feb., 1633-4, M.A. 28 Nov., 1636, prælector of natural philosophy 1639, until expelled by the parliamentary visitors, 1 Aug., 1648, perhaps rector of Charlinch, Somerset, 1643. See Bloxam, v. 130; Burrows, 165.
Cheeke, Philip (Cheecke)s. George, of Ashbrittle, Somerset, gent. Magdalen Hall, matric. 14 March, 1662-3, aged 19.
Cheeke, Robert (Chicke)of Somerset, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 8 July, 1586, aged 14, B.A. 22 June, 1593, M.A. 7 July, 1598. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cheeke, RobertM.A. Cambridge incorp. 9 July, 1594. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Le Neve, ii. 587.
Cheeke, ThomasB.A. from Christ Church 21 Jan., 1582-3, one of these names barrister of Lincoln's Inn 1591 (as of Southants), and M.P. Yarmouth (I.W.) 1604-11, and Southampton 1614, father of the next named. See Foster's Judges and Barristers. [10]
Cheeke, Thomas (Cheke)of Isle of Wight, arm. Brasenose Coll., matric. 16 June, 1610, aged 20; of Newport, Isle of Wight, (son of Thomas, of Mottistone), M.P. Yarmouth (I.W.) 1614.
Cheek, Thomass. Henry, of Petherton, Somerset, pleb. Wadham Coll., matric. 20 Feb., 1623-4, aged 17; B.A. 14 Feb., 1625-6, M.A. 25 June, 1628.
Cheeke, WilliamB.A. from Magdalen Hall 14 Feb., 1595-6. See Ath., ii. 143; & D.N.B.
Cheese, Josephs. Tho., of 'Cridonhal,' pleb. (query Credenhill, co. Hereford). Pembroke Coll., matric. 18 Oct., 1694, aged 17; B.A. 1698.
Chell, Williamsecular chaplain; B.Mus. 3 April, 1524, one of these names canon of Hereford 1533, deprived 1559, vicar of Hereford, St. John, 1545, rector of Colwall, co. Hereford, 1551, precentor of Hereford Cathedral 1554, deprived 1559. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & D.N.B. [15]
Chelmicke, Johns. Rob., of Kingsland, co. Hereford, p.p. New Inn Hall, matric. 17 Oct., 1682, aged 16; vicar of Vowchurch, co. Hereford, 1690. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Chelmicke, Thomasof Salop, gent. Gloucester Hall, matric. 11 May, 1599, aged 17.
Cheltenham, John (Cheltnam)s. John, of Old Swinford, Worcester, pleb., p.p. Christ Church, matric. 26 Nov., 1662, aged 15; B.A. 1666, M.A. 1669.
Cheltenham, Robert (Cheltynham)Benedictine; B.D. (sup. 1 March) 1505-6, D.D. (sup. 13 June) 1513.
Cheltenham, Thomas (Cheltnam)Benedictine; B.Can.L. 15 June, 1507, one of these names bishop of Sidon, preb. of St. Paul's 1553. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [20]
Chempes, James deorator of the most Christian King of France; M.A. Dijon, incorp. 25 Aug., 1624. See Fasti, i. 419.
Chenell, John. See Cheynellpage 269.
Cherington, Josephpaup. Merton Coll., subscribed 17 July, 1686.
Cherite, Humfry (Chayrite)Benedictine; B.D. 1 July, 1535. D.D. 29 July, 1538.
Cheryte, WilliamM.A.; B.D. (sup. 14 June) 1512.
Cheriton, Charlesof Devon, pleb. Gloucester Hall, matric. 13 Oct., 1598, aged 18 (called Charington in Mat. Reg.); B.A. from Corpus Christi Coll. 28 June, 1604; M.A. from Gloucester Hall 27 June, 1607. [26]
Cheriton, Clement'subscribed' 23 April, 1613, B.A. from Gloucester Hall 24 Nov., 1615, M.A. 10 June, 1618.
Cheriton, Mathewof Devon, pleb. Gloucester Hall, matric. 23 Oct., 1601, aged 15; B.A. 10 June, 1608, M.A. 9 May, 1611.
ChernockSee also Charnock, page 264.
Chernocke, (Sir) Botelers. Pinsent, of Holcut, Beds, baronet. Merton Coll., matric. 5 Feb., 1713-14, aged 17; 4th baronet, M.P. Bedford Nov., 1740-7, died in 1756. [30]
Chernocke, Franciss. Robert, of Warwick (city), gent. Trinity Coll., matric. 29 Oct., 1675, aged 16 (called Charnocke in Mat. Reg.); of Wedgenock Park, co. Warwick, brother of Robert 1680, and father of Robert 1710.
Chernocke, Roberts. Robert, of co. Warwick, gent. Trinity Coll., matric. 27 May, 1680, aged 16; demy Magdalen Coll. 1680-6, B.A. 4 Feb., 1683-4, M.A. 1686, fellow (by royal mandate) 1686, and vice-president (by royal mandate) 1688, turned papist, and on the accession of the Prince of Orange he turned (Jacobite) conspirator, and was dubbed captain by the banished king; for plotting the assassination of William III. he was executed 18 March, 1695-6. See Bloxam, vi. 27; & D.N.B.
Chernock, Roberts. Francis, of Wedgenock Park, co. Worcester, gent. Balliol Coll., matric. 8 July, 1710, aged 17, B.A. 1714; M.A. from All Souls' Coll. 27 Jan., 1717-18. See Charnock & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Chernocke, St. John1s. J., arm. Pembroke Coll., matric. 13 Dec., 1658; of the Inner Temple 1660, as son and heir of St. John, of Hulcote, Beds, esq. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Chernock, Villierss. V(illiers), of Holcutt, Beds, bart. Exeter Coll., matric. 2 June, 1701, aged 17.
CherrettSee also Cherite. [36]
Cherrett, Williams. Tho., of Corf Mullen, Dorset, p.p. New Inn Hall, matric. 20 Nov., 1668, aged 16; B.A. 1672.
Cherrieholme, Johns. Tho., of Wakefield, Yorks, p.p. University Coll., matric. 31 March, 1671, aged 16; B.A. 1674, M.A. 1677, rector of Morestead 1679, and of Stoke Bishop, Hants, 1699. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cherry, Antonys. Samuel, of Great Bookham, Surrey, sac. Queen's Coll., matric. 2 March, 1637-8, aged 16; B.A. 14 Oct., 1641, Pauline Exhibitioner 1637-43. See St. Paul's School Reg., 39.
Cherry, Charles'cler. fil.' New Inn Hall, matric. 10 March, 1656-7; vicar of East Lulworth, Dorset, 1662, and of Combe Keynes 1672. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [40]
Cherry, Franciss. William, of Maidenhead, Berks, arm. St. Edmund Hall, matric. 6 April, 1682, aged 16; of Shottesbrooke Park, Berks, entered the Middle Temple 1681, a nonjuror and patron of some of the most eminent of the nonjuring party, died 23 Sept., 1713. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.; Hearne, iii. 337, 503; & D.N.B.
Cherry, Samuel (Cherrie)of Magdalen Coll., B.A. 6 July, 1621, M.A. 13 June, 1629, vicar of Great Bookham, Surrey, 1620. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cherry, Thomass. George, of Maidenhead, Berks, gent. St. Edmund Hall, matric. 9 Feb., 1699-1700, aged 16; B.A. 1703, M.A. 1706, curate of Witney, Oxon, died 17 Nov., 1706, buried 20th in St. Andrews, Holborn. See Hearne, i. pp. 108-110.
Chersey, Thomas (Charcy)Benedictine; B.D. 22 June, 1510.
Cheseman, ThomasM.A. from Pembroke Coll. 9 July, 1656, vicar of East Garston, Berks, ejected for nonconformity 1662, evangelical minister of East Ilsley, Berks. See Calamy, i. 287; & Rawlinson, iv. 166.
Cheshire, EdwardB.A. 12 July, 1567, vicar of Aldermaston, Berks, 1575, rector of Alvescott, Oxon, 1577, and of Grindon, co. Stafford, 1586. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [5]
Cheshire, Edwards. John, of Clipston, Northants, pleb. Gloucester Hall, matric. 19 Jan., 1626-7, aged 18.
Cheshire, Johnof Cheshire, pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric.-entry under date 5 April, 1576, aged 20; B.A. 15 Feb., 1576-7, vicar of Aldermaston, Berks, 1577. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cheshire, Johns. J., of Derbie (town), gent. Balliol Coll., matric. 16 March, 1712-13, aged 18.
Cheshire, RichardB.A. from Peter House., Cambridge, 1603, incorp. as M.A. 12 July, 1608, rector of St. Nicholas Olave, London, 1612, vicar of Heston, Middlesex, 1616. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cheshire, Robert (Chesshire)s. Thomas, of Halton, Cheshire, admitted scholar of Gonville & Caius Coll., Cambridge, 14 May, 1670, aged 16; B.A. 1673, M.A. 1677, incorp. 10 July, 1677, vicar of Runcorn, Cheshire, 1686. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Venn, 272. [10]
Cheshire, Thomasof Cheshire, pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric. 28 June, 1616, aged 15; B.A. 26 Nov., 1619, 'an orthodox minister in London.' See Ath., iii. 35.
Cheslin, Thomas'ser.' pauper. St. John's Coll., matric. 27 Nov., 1652; rector of Foxcote or Foscott, Berks, 1658. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cheslin, Thomass. Th., of Padbury, Bucks, pleb. Hart Hall, matric. 8 April, 1679, aged 18; B.A. from New Inn Hall 1687, vicar of Thornborough, Bucks, 1691, and of Padbury 1715. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Chessall, John (Chesall)Magdalen Coll., matric. in or about 1564; clerk 1564-7. See Bloxam, ii. 40.
Chessall, Williamof co. Worcester, pleb. Jesus Coll., matric.-entry under date 20 Sept., 1575, aged 22; B.A. 19 Feb., 1574-5. [15]
Chest, ThomasB.A. from Oriel Coll. 1 March, 1594-5; M.A. from St. Mary Hall 8 July, 1598, vicar of Lympne, Kent, 1620. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus; O.H.S., x. 228; & Fasti, i. 278.
Chest, Thomass. John, of Marston, co. Hereford, pleb. Christ Church, matric. 21 May, 1672, aged 14; B.A. 1676, vicar of Matherne, 1680, and of Chepstow, co. Monmouth, 1702. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Chester, Anthonyof Christ Church, B.A. 21 June, 1615; 2nd baronet (son of Sir Anthony, of Chicheley, 1st baronet), royalist cavalier, admitted to Gray's Inn 1615, commanded a troop of horse at the battle of Naseby, and fled to the Hague, buried at Chicheley 15 Feb., 1651-2.
Chester, Anthonys. Anthony, of Chichley, Bucks, baronet. Christ Church, matric. 17 Dec., 1679, aged 16; B.A. 1682, buried at Chicheley 10 July, 1685, brother of Henry.
Chester, Charlesof Bristol, gent. St. John's Coll., matric.-entry under date 1575, aged 18; 3rd son of Dominick, of the Blackfriars, Bristol. [20]
Chester, GranadoB.A. from Trinity Coll., Cambridge, 1615, M.A. 1619 (incorp. 13 July, 1619), B.D.; of the Middle Temple 1611 (as 2nd son of Robert, of Royston, Herts, knight), rector of Broadwater, Sussex, 1625, canon of St. Paul's 1638-60, brother of Robert 1619. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. & Fasti, i. 391.
Chester, Henryy.s. Anthony, of Chichley, Bucks, baronet. Christ Church, matric. 19 March, 1685-6, aged 16; of East Haddon, Northants, died 6 May, 1726, brother of Anthony 1679.
Chester, Johns. Samuel, of East Quantoxhead, Somerset, pleb. Balliol Coll., matric. 13 May, 1714, aged 18; B.A. 20 Jan., 1717-18, rector of Hinton-upon-the-Green, co. Gloucester, 1727, and of Elworthy, Somerset, 1731. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Chester, Robert3s. Sir Robert, of Royston, Herts, B.A. from Trinity Coll., Cambridge, 1619, incorp. as M.A. 12 July, 1623, rector of Stevenage, Herts, 1629, until his death in 1664, brother of Granado and ancestor of Chester of Poyle Park, Surrey.
Chester, Thomass. Sir William, sheriff and lord mayor of London; B.A. 19 Dec., 1535, bishop of Elphin, in Ireland, 1580, until his death at Killane in June 1584. See Ath., ii. 826; Fasti, i. 97; & Cotton's Fasti Ecc. Hib., iv. 124. [25]
Chester, Thomass. T(homas), of Almondsbury, co. Gloucester, arm. Merton Coll., matric. 12 March, 1685-6, aged 17; of Knole, sheriff of co. Gloucester, 1699, buried 27 Feb., 1703-4, father of Thomas 1713.
Chester, Thomass. John, of Shenton, co. Leicester, Bart. Christ Church, matric. 18 May, 1705, aged 17; born 31 March, 1689, baptized at Shenton 16 April following, gentleman in waiting to the Earl of Pembroke, L.L. Ireland 1707, lieut.-col. of an Irish regiment, lost at sea early in 1711, brother of William.
Chester, Thomass. Tho., of Almondsbury, co. Gloucester, arm. Oriel Coll., matric. 10 July, 1713, aged 17; of Almondsbury and Knole, M.P. Gloucester 1727, until unseated Feb., 1728, M.P. Gloucestershire in 5 parliaments, 1734 until his death 1 Oct., 1763. See Foster's Parliamentary Dictionary.
Chester, (Sir) Williams. John, of Shenton, co. Leicester, Bart. Christ Church, matric. 18 May, 1705, aged 17; 5th baronet, of Lincoln's Inn 1706, born 5 Sept., 1687, died 10 March, 1725-6, brother of Thomas. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Chesterman, Johnscholar or fellow of New Coll. in and before 1564. [30]
Chesterman, Jonass. J., of Reading, Berks, p.p. Balliol Coll., matric. 2 Dec., 1706, aged 17; B.A. 1710, M.A. 1717, as Jonah.
Chesterman, Thomaspleb. New Coll., matric.entry under date 10 Jan., 1574-5.
Chesterton, ThomasM.A. from Sydney Sussex Coll., Cambridge, incorp. 9 July, 1711.
Chestonne, Thomasprobably chaplain of New Coll. in and before 1564.
Chestroe, Nathaniels. N., of Cheltenham, co. Gloucester, pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric. 7 June, 1698, aged 18; B.A. 12 Feb., 1701-2. [35]
Cheswell, Jamess. J(ames), of Stow(ey), Somerset, cler. Lincoln Coll., matric. 3 June, 1687, aged 17; brother of William 1697, his father instituted vicar of Stowey 1661, etc. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cheswall, RichardB.A. from Magdalen Coll., Cambridge, 1618, incorp. as M.A. 15 July, 1628.
Cheswell, Williams. James, of Stowey, Somerset, cler. Magdalen Hall, matric. 22 March, 1696-7, aged 19; B.A. 1700, vicar of Stowey 1709. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Chetham, Edward (Cheetham)s. Edward, of Smedley, co. Lancaster, gent. Christ Church, matric. 14 Dec., 1666, aged 18; bar.-at-law, Gray's Inn, 1678, bencher 1706, brother of James 1660. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.
Chetham, Henry (Chetam or Chitam)of Brasenose Coll., circa 1556, B.A. 18 Jan., 1558-9, M.A. 1 Dec., 1562; fellow All Souls' Coll. in or before Oct., 1564, when admitted to the House of Congregation.
Chetham, Henrys. George, of Turton, co. Lancaster, arm. Brasenose Coll., matric. 14 July, 1665, aged 18; bar.-at-law, Gray's Inn, 1675. bencher 1701, sertj.-at-law 1705, perhaps brother of James 1658. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.
Chetham, Humfreyarm. Corpus Christi Coll., matric. 1 April, 1656, does not seem to belong to the family seated at Chetham or Smedley, nor at Turton; perhaps the Humphrey of Newton. See Jewitt's Reliquary, ix. 110.
Chetham, Jamesgent. Gloucester Hall, matric. 10 Dec., 1658, perhaps of the Middle Temple 1662, as son and heir of George, of Turton, co. Lancaster, perhaps father of James and Samuel. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. [5]
Cheetham, Jamesgent. St. Edmund Hall, matric. 11 April, 1660; of Gray's Inn 1659 (as son and heir of Edward, of Smedley, co. Lancaster), died unmarried in 1692, buried in Manchester Collegiate Church 4 Dec., brother of Edward 1666. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. & D.N.B.
Chetham, Jamess. George, of Manchester, co. Lancaster, gent. Wadham Coll., matric. 18 April, 1700, aged 17; of the Inner Temple 1700, nephew of Edward 1666, and of James 1660. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Chetham, Jamess. J., of Turton, co. Lancaster, arm. Balliol Coll., matric. 1 Feb., 1700-1, aged 19; B.A. 1704, M.A. 1707, B. & D.D. 1722, vicar of Etwall, co. Derby, 1714, canon of Lichfield, 1716, vicar of Hanbury, co. Stafford, 1723, preb. of Alrewas and chancellor of Lichfield 1726. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Chetham, Samuels. James, of Turton, co. Lancaster, arm. Corpus Christi Coll., matric. 21 April, 1694, aged 17; brother of the last named.
Chetham, William (Chettame)B.A. from Brasenose Coll. 18 June, 1572. [10]
ChetleSee also Chittle.
Chetle, Edward (Chetell)of co. Lancaster, pleb. Merton Coll., matric.-entry under date circa 1579, aged 20.
Chetle, John (Chettle)B.A. from Trinity Coll., Cambridge, 1674, M.A. 1674, incorp. 6 July, 1678, vicar of Leake, Yorks, 1687. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Chetle, Josephs. William, of Worcester (city), pleb. Pembroke Coll., matric. 29 March, 1672, aged 15; B.A. 1675, M.A. 1678.
Chetle, Richard (Chetell)of co. Worcester, gent. Queen's Coll., matric. 20 Feb., 1606-7, aged 18; bar.-at-law, Middle Temple, 1617, as son and heir of Thomas, of Worcester, esq., one of these names examiner in Court of Chancery 1624-32, died about 1635. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. [15]
Cetle, Thomas (Chettle or Chettell)scholar Brasenose Coll. 1565, B.A. 11 April, 1567. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.
Chetle, Thomass. Thomas, of Worcester (city), gent. Queen's Coll., matric. 24 April, 1635, aged 18; of Walhouse, parish of Hanbury, entered the Middle Temple 1634, died in 1690. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Chetle, Thomas (Chetell)s. Fr., of Blandford, Dorset, gent. Trinity Coll., matric. 16 July, 1669, aged 15.
Chetle, Williams. Joh., of Worcester (city), pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 18 March, 1683-4, aged 15, B.A. 1687; clerk Magdalen Coll. 1689-90, M.A. 1690, chaplain 1690-5, rector of Orchard Portman, Somerset, 1695, and of Staple Fitzpaine 1704, canon of Wells 1716. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Bloxam, ii. 82.
Chetnoll, JohnB.A. (sup. 17 Dec.) 1518. [20]
Chetwode, Johnof co. Chester, arm. Brasenose Coll., matric. 28 March, 1617, aged 17; probably father of Philip 1658. See Ormerod's Cheshire, i. 662.
Chetwode, Johnof Northants, 'equitis fil.' Trinity Coll., matric. 15 Oct., 1619, aged 19, B.A. 8 Feb., 1620-1; M.A. from All Souls' Coll. 15 Oct., 1624 (? of Inner Temple 1619, as of Oakley, co. Stafford, M.P. 1653, and buried 25 April, 1667), brother of Thomas 1607.
Chetwood, Joseph'ser.' Merton Coll., matric. 13 July, 1660; B.A. 1664.
Chetwode, Philiparm. Brasenose Coll., matric. 17 July, 1658, of Oakley, co. Stafford (son of John, of Oakley), aged 21 at the Heralds' Visitation 1663, father of John, who was created a baronet 6 April, 1700. See Foster's Baronetage.
Chetwod, Richardof Northants, arm. Trinity Coll., matric. Jan., 1597-8, aged 17; of Badby and Newnham, Northants, admitted to Gray's Inn 1598 (as son and heir of Richard, sheriff of Northants, who was knighted 9 July, 1603), died before 1635, father of Valentine, half brother of Robert, Thomas, and Tobias, 1607. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg. [25]
Chetwode, Robertof Northants, 'militis fil.' Trinity Coll., matric. 8 May, 1607, aged 15; B.A. 14 June, 1610, bar.-at-law, Inner Temple, 1611, as of Warkworth, Northants, gent., half brother of the last named and brother of the next named. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Chetwode, Thomasof Northants, 'militis fil.' Trinity Coll., matric. 8 May, 1607, aged 12; B.A. 28 Jan., 1610-11, bar.-at-law, Gray's Inn, 1620, as son of Richard, of Warkworth, Northants, knt., and brother of John 1619. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.
Chetwode, Thomas'cler fil.' Christ Church, matric. 13 March, 1650-1, B.A. 10 March, 1652-3.
Chetwode, Tobiasof Northants, equitis fil. Trinity Coll., matric. 15 Oct., 1619, aged 14; brother of Robert and Thomas 1607.
Chetwode, Valentine2s. Richard, of Chettwood, Bucks, arm. Trinity Coll., matric. 29 Jan., 1629-30, aged 18; B.A. 4 Feb., 1629-30, married and left issue. [30]
Chetwynd, Brian (Chetwind)'servitor,' s. John, of 'Rudg,' co. Stafford, pleb., p.p. Trinity Coll., matric. 8 March, 1666-7, aged 17; B.A. 1670, M.A. 1673, incorp. at Cambridge 1675, rector of Aldford, Cheshire, 1675, died s.p.
Chetwynd, Edward (Chetwind)of co. Stafford, gent. Exeter Coll., matric. 27 April, 1593, aged 16; B.A. 19 Feb., 1595-6, M.A. 7 Nov., 1598, B.D. 15 Dec., 1606, licenced to preach 15 Dec., 1606, D.D. 15 July, 1616 (4s. John, of Ingestre), lecturer of Abingdon, Berks, 1606, public lecturer Bristol 1606, chaplain to Queen Anne 1613, dean of Bristol 1617, rector of Sutton Coldfield, co. Warwick, vicar of Banwell, Somerset, 1620, and of Berkeley, co. Gloucester, 1627, died 13 May, 1639, buried in the choir of Bristol Cathedral, father of John. See Ath., ii. 641; & D.N.B.
Chetwyn (d), Franciss. Richard, of Rugeley, co. Stafford, gent. Christ Church, matric. 28 May, 1696, aged 17; of the Middle Temple 1698. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Chetwynd, John (Chettwind)s. Edward, dean of Bristol. Exeter Coll., matric. 4 May, 1638, aged 15; B.A. 18 Jan., 1641-2, M.A. 17 Oct., 1648, jointpastor St. Cuthbert, parish of Wells 1648, vicar of Temple Church, Bristol, and one of the public lecturers of that city, vicar of Banwell, Somerset, 1669, and of Henbury, co. Gloucester, 1672-3, canon of Bristol 1668, died 30 Dec., 1692, buried in the chancel of the Temple Church. See Ath., iv. 375; & D.N.B.
Chetwynd, Philip (Chetwind)of co. Stafford, gent. Queen's Coll., matric. 27 Feb., 1600-1, aged 17; of Ashley Park, 5th son of John, of Ingestre, and brother of Edward 1593.
Chetwynd, Ralphe (Chetwind)of co. Stafford, gent. Exeter Coll., matric. 17 Dec., 1619, aged 18; of Gray's Inn 1620 (as son of Thomas, of Rugeley, co. Stafford), father of Charles, of Salters Hall 1664. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.
Chetwyn, Thomaschaplain; B.Can.L. 3 Feb., 1510-11.
Chetwynd, Thomas (Chetwind)of co. Stafford, eq. aur. fil. 2. Exeter Coll., matric. 14 June, 1616, aged 17; of Church Eaton, admitted to Gray's Inn 1618 (as 2nd son of Walter, of Grendon, co. Warwick, knight), died unmarried 23 Oct., 1674, aged 75, brother of the next named. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg. [5]
Chetwynd, Walter (Chetwind)of co. Stafford, eq. aur. fil. nat. max. Exeter Coll., matric. 14 June, 1616, aged 18; of Gray's Inn 1618 (as son and heir of Walter, of Grendon, co. Warwick, knight), died 19 April, 1669, aged 72, brother of the last named. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.
Chetwynd, Walters. John, of Ingestre, co. Stafford, arm. Christ Church, matric. 28 May, 1696, aged 18; M.P. Stafford 1702-11, 1712-22, 1725-34, master of the buckhounds, resigned 1711, created Baron Rathdowne and Viscount Chetwynd 29 June, 1717, died s.p. 21 Feb., 1735-6. See Foster's Peerage.
Chetwynd, William (Chetwind)gent. Christ Church, matric. 31 July, 1658; B.A. 1661, of the Middle Temple 1658, as eldest son of Thomas, of Heywood Park, co. Stafford. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Chetwynd, William (Richard)s. John, of London, gent. Christ Church, matric. 8 June, 1703, aged 19; 3rd Viscount Chetwynd (1767), entered the Middle Temple 1707, M.P. Stafford 1715-22, Plymouth 1722, and Stafford in 6 parliaments 1734-70, envoy to Genoa 1708-12, a commissioner of the admiralty 1717-27, master of the mint 1744, until his death 3 April, 1770. See Foster's Peerage; Alumni West., 243; & D.N.B.
Chevers, RobertB.A. 11 May 1575, M.A. 4 July, 1575, incorp. at Cambridge 1576, rector of Yatesbury, Wilts, 1598. [10]
Chew, John (Chaw)scholar Trinity Coll. 1567, B.A. 12 Feb., 1571-2, fellow 1572, M.A. 14 May, 1575.
Chewe, Thomasof University Coll.; B.A. 4 Dec., 1559, M.A. 15 May, 1563, rector of Wigginton, Oxon, 1572.
Chewe, Thomasof co. Chester, pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric. 7 May, 1602, aged 19; determined from Gloucester Hall 1604-5. See O.H.S., xii. 251.
Cheyne, Charless. Francis, of Chesham Bois, Bucks, arm. Brasenose Coll., matric. 29 Jan., 1639-40, aged 14; of Lincoln's Inn 1642, as Cheney, M.P. Amersham 1660, Great Marlow, March, 1669-79, Harwich 1690-5, Newport 1695-8, created Viscount Newhaven (in Scotland) 17 May, 1681, died 13 July, 1698, brother of Francis same date, and father of William 1671. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Cheyne, Francisof Herts, arm. Trinity Coll., matric. 19 Sept., 1600, aged 26; of Lincoln's Inn 1597, possibly father of Francis and Charles. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. [15]
Cheyne, Franciss. Francis, of Chesham Bois, Bucks, arm. Brasenose Coll., matric. 29 Jan., 1639-40, aged 15; of Lincoln's Inn 1642, brother of Charles same date. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Cheyne, Johns. R(obert), of Drayton Beauchamp, Bucks, minister. Magdalen Hall, matric. 24 March, 1669-70, aged 15; brother of Thomas same date.
Cheyne, ThomasB.A. from Magdalen Hall 29 March, 1658.
Cheyne, Thomass. Rob., of Drayton Beauchamp, Bucks, minister. Magdalen Hall, matric. 24 March, 1669-70, aged 17; demy Magdalen Coll. 1674-6, B.A. 1675, M.A. 1676, canon of Lincoln 1681-1716, vicar of Wootton, Beds, 1683, rector of Lilley, co. Lincoln, 1709, brother of John same date. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Bloxam, vi. 2.
Cheyne, Williamof Dorset, pleb. Balliol Coll., matric. 28 June, 1604, aged 18, B.A. 20 May, 1606; M.A. from Broadgates Hall 8 July, 1612, rector of Manston, Dorset, 1614. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [20]
Cheyne, William1s Charles, of Drayton Beauchamp, Bucks, arm. Brasenose Coll., matric. 14 July, 1671, aged 14; 2nd Viscount Newhaven, M.P. Amersham 1681 & 1685-7, Appleby July, 1689-95, Bucks Feb., 1696-1701, Amersham 1701-2, Bucks 1702-5, Amersham 1705, until created a peer of Great Britain at the Union, died 14 Dec., 1738. See Foster's Parliamentary Dictionary.
Cheynell, Edwards. Henr., of Wonersh (Wanhurst), Surrey, pleb. St. Edmund Hall, matric. 8 April, 1685, aged 18; B.A. 1688.
Cheynell, Francis (Chennell)s. John, of Oxford (city), Med. Doc. Magdalen Hall, matric. 2 July, 1624, aged 16; B.A. from Balliol Coll. 1 Feb., 1626-7, fellow Merton Coll. 1629, M.A. 1 July, 1633, created B.D. 12 April, 1648, and D.D. 24 July, 1649, president of St. John's College 1648-50, Margaret professor of divinity 1648-52, one of the assembly of divines 1643, and one of the parliamentary visitors in 1647, elected canon of Worcester 1648, but never installed, vicar of Marston St. Laurence 1637, rector of Petworth, ejected after the restoration, baptized in St. Mary's, Oxon, 6 July, 1608, died at Preston, Sussex, Sept., 1665, father of John 1664. See Calamy, iii. 324; Ath., iii. 703; Fasti, ii. 3, 113; Baker's Northants, i. 643; O.H.S., iv. 285; Burrows & D.N.B.
Cheynell, Georges. George, of Gilford, Surrey, p.p. Oriel Coll., matric. 2 April, 1696, aged 20; rector of Cranley, Surrey, 1704-29, licenced 1 Feb., 1698-9, to marry Sarah Cheynell, of Shepperton, Middlesex, spr., brother of Henry 1698. See Marriage Licences, ed. Foster, & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cheynell, Henry (Chennell)s. Henr., of Wonersh, Surrey, gent. St. Edmund Hall, matric. 10 March, 1664-5, aged 17, B.A. 1668, M.A. 1671; incorp. at Cambridge 1693, B.D. from Christ's Coll., Cambridge, 1695, rector of Cranley, Surrey, 1682-1704, and of Shepperton, Middlesex, 1683-1704, canon of Chichester 1704, perhaps father of Edward 1685. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [25]
Cheynell, Henrys. Geor., of Gilford, Surrey, pleb. Corpus Christi Coll., matric. 26 May, 1698, aged 16; B.A. 14 Feb., 1701-2, brother of George 1696.
Cheynell, John (Chenell)of Surrey, pleb. Corpus Christi Coll., matric. 23 Nov., 1581, aged 19; B.A. 29 May, 1583, fellow, M.A. 26 June, 1587, admitted to practice medicine 14 Dec., 1596, B.Med. 14 June, 1601, created D. Med. 13 Aug., 1605, his will proved by name of Chenell at Oxford 7 June, 1613, father of Francis 1624. See Fasti, i. 311.
Cheynell, John (Chennell)B.A. from Corpus Christi Coll. 23 Jan., 1609-10, M.A. from Balliol Coll. 7 Dec., 1613, vicar of St. Peter, Isle of Thanet, 1625, as Chenell. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & O.H.S., x. 270.
Cheynell, Johns. Fr., of Preston, Sussex, doctoris. Trinity Coll., matric. 16 Dec., 1664, aged 19.
Cheyney, Clemens (Cheney)s. Ri., of Satwell, Berks, pleb. University Coll., matric. 31 July, 1677, aged 19; B.A. 8 March, 1680-1, M.A. 29 Jan., 1683-4, vicar of Hitchenden, Bucks, 1681, rector of Wittenham Abbots, Berks, 1691. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cheyney, Edmunds. John, of Oare, Wilts, gent. St. Edmund Hall, matric. 26 March, 1669, aged 16; B.A. 1672, his will, at Oxford, dated 15 Aug., 1674, brother of George 1661.
Cheyney, Georges. John, of Oare, Wilts, gent. Hart Hall, matric. 24 May, 1661, aged 17; demy Magdalen Coll. 1664-5, B.A. 1665, brother of Edmund 1669. See Bloxam, v. 271. [5]
Cheyney, Georges. Joh., of Oare, Wilts, gent. Hart Hall, matric. 23 March, 1699-1700, aged 17; B.A. from St. Alban Hall 1703, vicar of Bishops Lydiard, Somerset, 1710. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cheyney, Henry (Cheynie)of St. Alban Hall; B.A. 3 Nov., 1568, M.A. 17 June, 1573, of Gray's Inn 1563, rector of Ringwold, Kent, 1569. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Cheyney, Henryof Bucks, arm. Trinity Coll., matric.-entry under date 10 April, 1581, aged 18.
CheyneyJohn; M.A. from University Coll. 21 May, 1590. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Cheyney, Richard: scholar of Christ's Coll.Cambridge, B.A. 1529, fellow of Pembroke Hall., Cambridge, 1530, M.A. 1532, B.D. 1540, sup. 11 May, 1565, for incorporation (as D.D.), D.D. 1569, rector of Worcester St. Helen 1545, of Halford, co. Warwick, 1547, of Maids Moreton, Bucks, and of Bishops Hampton, co. Warwick, 1559, vicar of Painswick, co. Gloucester, archdeacon of Hereford 1552-9, canon of Gloucester 1558, and of Westminster 1560, bishop of Gloucester 1562, and of Bristol 1562, until his death 29 April, 1579. See Ath., ii. 791; Cooper, i. 400, 567; & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [10]
Cheyney, Richard (Cheney)'subscribed' 30 April, 1613; B.A. from Magdalen Hall 11 Oct., 1615, M.A. 10 July, 1618, rector of Tarrant Rushton, Dorset, 1617. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cheyney, Rob. (Cheyvney)B.A. from (? Exeter Coll.) 27 April, 1574. See O.H.S., xii. 42.
Cheyney, RobertB.A. 7 July 1581.
Cheyney, ThomasB.A. 13 Feb. 1578-9.
Cheyney, Thomasof Berks, gent. Brasenose Coll., matric. 25 Jan., 1582-3, aged 18; B.A. 30 Jan., 1582-3, M.A. 8 July, 1585. [15]
Cheyney, Thomas (Cheny)of Sussex, gent. Brasenose Coll., matric. 22 June, 1604, aged 18.
Cheyney, Thomass. Thomas, of Huish, Wilts, gent. New Coll., matric. 23 Sept., 1671, aged 18; B.A. 1675, M.A. 14 Jan., 1678-9, B. & D.D. 1702, canon of Wells 1689, rector of Bawdrip, Somerset, 1689, and of Bradford Peverell, Dorset, 1696, father of the next named. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cheyney, Thomass. Thomas, of Wells, Somerset, doctoris. New Coll., matric. 28 April, 1711, aged 17; B.A. 14 Jan., 1714-15, M.A. 1718, B. & D.D. 1732, canon of Winchester 1739, and of Chichester 1739, dean of Lincoln 1744, dean of Winchester 1747, and rector of Chilbolton, Hants, 1748, until his death 27 Jan., 1760. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cheyney, Walterof Kent, gent. University Coll., matric. 15 March, 1582-3, aged 18; B.A. 28 Jan., 1586-7, M.A. 21 May, 1590.
Cheyney, William (Cheney)of London, pleb. St. John's Coll., matric. 22 June, 1610, aged 16; B.A. 31 Jan., 1610-11. [20]
Cheyney, Williams. William, of Abingdon, Berks, pleb, Pembroke Coll., matric. 10 Dec., 1686, aged 16; B.A. 1690, M.A. 1693.
Chibalde, Jamess. William, of London, sacerd. Magdalen Coll., matric. 2 July, 1624, aged 12, chorister 1624-31, B.A. 10 Dec., 1630; M.A. from Magdalen Hall 28 June, 1633, rector of St. Nicholas, Cole Abbey, 6 March, 1640-1 (on the death of his father), sequestered for his loyalty in the late rebellion. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus; Bloxam, i. 37; & Ath., ii. 674.
Chiball, Williamof Surrey, pleb. Magdalen Coll., matric. 25 Oct., 1589, aged 14; chorister 1590-6, B.A. 16 Feb., 1595-6, M.A. 19 Feb., 1598-9, incorp. at Cambridge 1609, rector of St. Nicholas, Cole Abbey, London, 1604, until his death about 25 Feb., 1640-1, father of James last named. See Bloxam, i. 25; Ath., ii. 674; Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus; & D.N.B.
Chibnall, Antonyof Bucks, pleb. Magdalen Coll., matric. 26 June, 1621, aged 18; demy 1619-27, B.A. 11 Dec., 1622, M.A. 30 June, 1625 (incorp. at Cambridge 1627), fellow 1627-48, B.D. 28 Jan., 1633-4, vice-president 1641-2, expelled by the parliamentary visitors 1648, and imprisoned until 10 Oct. following. See Burrows & Bloxam, v. 103.
Chibnall, Hughs. John, of Sherrington, Bucks, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 10 Oct., 1634, aged 18; B.A. from Balliol Coll. 20 Oct., 1635, M.A. 25 June, 1639. [25]
Chibnall, 'Rodolph,'s. John, of Sherrington, Bucks, pleb. Magdalen Coll., matric. 8 April, 1636, aged 14; B.A. from Balliol Coll. 14 Dec., 1639; M.A. from St. Edmund Hall 7 July, 1642.
Chibnale, Thomasof Bucks, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 25 Jan., 1593-4, aged 17; B.A. 4 July, 1597, M.A. 6 May, 1602.
Chicheley, Henryarchbishop of Canterbury 1414, and founder of All Souls' College. See Dictionary of National Biography.
Chicheley, Henrys. Thomas, of Wimple, co. Cambridge, militis. University Coll., matric. 27 April, 1632, aged 17; B.A. 5 Feb., 1634-5. See Stemmata Chicheleana, p. 13.
Chicheley, Henryy.s. Thomas, of Wimple, co. Cambridge, equitis. Christ Church, matric. 21 May, 1672, aged 15. [30]
Chicheley, Johnof co. Cambridge, arm. St. Mary Hall, matric. 18 June, 1610, aged 18; fellow of All Souls' Coll., B.A. 10 Dec., 1612, son of Thomas, of Wimple.
Chicheley, Johny.s. John, of London, equitis. Christ Church, matric. 14 March, 1694-5, aged 16; fellow of All Souls' Coll., B.A. 1699, bar.at-law, Middle Temple, 1701. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Chicheley, Richardy.s. Joh., of London, equitis. Christ Church, matric. 30 April, 1701, aged 15; fellow of All Souls' Coll., B.A. 1704, M.A. 1708. See Hearne, iii. 287.
Chicheley, Williamof co. Cambridge, gent. University Coll., matric. 13 Nov., 1601, aged 17.
Chicheley, Wolstanof St. Ives, Hunts, a great sufferer for the royal cause, was sent to prison, having his legs fastened with chains under the horse's belly, deprived of his temporal estate, was minister of Houghton, near St. Ives, rector of Kings Ripton 1648-98, died there, aged about 99. See Rawlinson, xvi. 367; & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [35]
Chichester, Adrian (Chechester)of Devon, militis fil. Exeter Coll., matric. 15 March, 1582-3, aged 20; (7th son of Sir John, of Youlston, knight) brother of Arthur same date.
Chichester, Amias (Chechester)arm. Exeter Coll., matric. 10 Nov., 1592, aged 16; of Arlington, Devon (son and heir of Henry), buried 25 Jan., 1621-2.
Chichester, Arthur (Chechester)of Devon, militis fil. Exeter Coll., matric. 15 March, 1582-3, aged 19; created Lord Chichester of Belfast 23 Feb., 1612-13 (2nd son of John, of Rawleigh in Pilton, Devon), was captain of one of the ships against the 'Armada' in 1588, governor of Carrickfergus 1600, P.C. 1603, lord deputy 1604-15, lord high treasurer 1616, P.C. England 1622, died 19 Feb., 1624-5, brother of Adrian. See Foster's Peerage & D.N.B.
Chichester, Arthurs. Arthur, of Sherwill, Devon, baronet. Exeter Coll., matric. 20 April, 1708, aged 17; brother of John 1705.
Chichester, Charles (Chechester)of Hart Hall, B.A. (sup. 16 Nov.) 1568, died s.p. See John same date. [5]
Chichester, Edwardborn in Belfast, Ireland, s. Arthur, Earl of Donegal. Christ Church, matric. 28 June, 1693, aged 16; created M.A. 16 Feb., 1698-9, rector of Clonenagh, Ireland, 1702. See Foster's Peerage, M. Donegal.
Chichester, Edwards. Henry, of Berrynarbor, Devon, cler. Wadham Coll., matric. 5 March, 1704-5, aged 16, B.A. 1708, B.C.L. 1711; fellow of All Souls' Coll. 1712, M.A. 23 Jan., 1712-13, rector of Berrynarbor, Devon, 1714, and vicar of Northover, Somerset, 1714, until his death 5 Dec., 1730, aged 40. See Gardiner, 421; & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Chichester, Francisy.s. John, of Hall, Devon, equitis. Exeter Coll., matric. 21 May, 1647, aged 18; B.C.L. 29 Jan., 1652-3, of Hall, died 27 Aug., 1698. See Burrows, 61.
Chichester, Henrys. Henry, of Sherwill, Devon, admitted scholar of Gonville & Caius Coll., Cambridge, 10 April, 1667, aged 16; B.A. 1670, M.A. 1674, incorp. 13 July, 1675, rector of Berrynarbor, Devon, 1674, father of Edward, 1705. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Venn, 264.
Chichester, Henrys. John, of Youlston, Devon, baronet, Exeter Coll., matric. 19 Feb., 1680-1, aged 18; of Sherwill, admitted to the Inner Temple 1682, buried 9 June, 1694, at Bishops Tawton. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. [10]
Chichester, Johnof Hart Hall in and before 1568; of Gray's Inn 1568 (son of Sir John, of Youlston), sheriff of Devon 1585, died at Exeter of gaol fever 31 March, 1586, after the Black Assizes, father of Robert 1591. See Charles same date & Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Chichester, John (Chechester)of Devon, arm. Exeter Coll., matric. 1 June, 1582, aged 16; of the Inner Temple 1583 (as of Bishops Tawton, Devon, gent.), of Hall, son of John, of the same place, baptized 17 March, 1566-7, died 7 Feb., 1608, aged 42, father of the next named. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Chichester, John (Chechester)of Devon, equitis fil. Exeter Coll., matric. 18 Jan., 1599-1600, aged 15; 2nd son of Sir John, died 20 March, 1627, aged 42, monumental inscription at Pilton.
Chichester, (Sir) Johnsubscribed 18 Nov., 1614, B.A. from Exeter Coll. 28 Feb., 1616-17, of the Inner Temple 1617, as of Hall, Devon (son of John 1582), M.P. Lostwithiel 1624-5, knighted 17 Sept., 1625, baptized 10 Dec., 1598, died 24 Sept., 1669. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Chichester, John(s. Hugh) of Devon, gent. Oriel Coll., matric. 9 Nov., 1621, aged 17, B.A. 21 June, 1625; M.A. from St. Alban Hall 25 June, 1628, rector of Widworthy, Devon, 1644, and of Horwood, Devon, 1644, and of Alverdiscott 1645, admon, granted 18 Feb., 1650 (C.P.C.), brother of Richard 1618. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Chichester, Johns. John, of Widworthy, Devon, arm. Christ Church, matric. 1 June, 1666, aged 17. [16]
Chichester, (Sir) John'baronet,' s. J(ohn), of Youlston, Devon. Exeter Coll., matric. 8 May, 1675, aged 17; 2nd baronet, of the Inner Temple 1679, died in Sept., 1680. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Chichester, (Sir) Johns. Arthur, of Youlston, Devon, baronet. Exeter Coll., matric. 26 April, 1705, aged 16; 4th baronet, M.P. Barnstaple 1734, until his death 2 Sept., 1740, brother of Arthur 1708. See Foster's Parliamentary Dictionary.
Chichester, Richardof Devon, gent. Wadham Coll., matric. 24 April, 1618, aged 18; of the Inner Temple 1620 (as son and heir of Hugh, of Widworthy, Devon), admon. 1 June, 1639, grandfather of John 1666, brother of John 1621. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Chichester, (Sir) Robert (Chechester)of Devon, militis fil. Exeter Coll., matric. 26 June, 1591, aged 13; (son of Sir John) K.B. at the coronation of James I., died 24 April, 1627. [20]
Chichester, Simons. Henry, of Bittadon, Devon, gent., Pembroke Coll., matric. 5 May, 1626, aged 19; B.A. 21 Oct., 1628, M.A. 18 June, 1631, aged 14 at the Heralds' Visitation 1620.
Chidlowe, Williamof London, gent. Corpus Christi Coll., matric. 9 Nov., 1621, aged 17; B.A. from All Souls' Coll. 22 Nov., 1625, M.A. from Queen's Coll. 15 July, 1628, sup. for licence to preach 7 July, 1636, B.D. 17 Dec., 1636, rector of St. Clement's alias St. Bride's, Oxford, 1630, recognised as chaplain of Corpus by the visitors in 1649; Robinson claims him for Merchant Taylors' School as Childley in 1614 (i. 80), he was born 7 Nov., 1602 (Burrows), ? rector of Cooley, or Cowley, co. Gloucester, 1652, rector of Hampstead Marshall, Berks, 1661. See also Chudleigh, post, & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Chilcott, Christophers. Robert, of Beaminster, Dorset, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 13 July, 1683, aged 18; B.A. 1687, M.A. 1690, vicar of Tintagel, Cornwall, 1692, rector of Michaelstow, 1712. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Chilcott, Johns. Richard, of Nettlecomb, Somerset, sac. Lincoln Coll., matric. 28 April, 1637, aged 16.
Chilcott, JohnB.A. from Sydney Sussex Coll., Cambridge, 1677, M.A. 1682, incorp. 11 July, 1682, vicar of Colebroke, Devon, 1687. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [25]
Chilcot, Josephs. Rob., of Exeter, Devon, cler. Exeter Coll., matric. 17 March, 1691-2, aged 17; B.A. 1695, rector of Trevalga, Cornwall, 1701, vicar of Up Ottery, Devon, 1702. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Chilcotte, Richardof Somerset, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 15 Oct., 1590, aged 19; B.A. 19 Oct., 1594, rector of Nettlecombe, Somerset, 1604. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Chilcot, Williams. Rob., of Exeter, Devon, cler. Balliol Coll., matric. 30 March, 1680, aged 16; B.A. 1683, M.A. 1686, rector of Denbury, Devon, 1689. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus; Rawlinson, iii. 169; Gutch MS., 371.
Childe, BaldwinSee Malet.
Childe, Charlesof co. Worcester, pleb. Oriel Coll., matric. 21 March, 1616-17, aged 17; B.A. 5 May, 1620, M.A. 4 Dec., 1622, a student of the Inner Temple 1626, as 2nd son of William, of Northwick, co. Worcester, esq. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. [30]
Child, Edwards. Rob., of Hedington, Wilts, pleb. Exeter Coll., matric. 24 April, 1668, aged 17; B.A. 27 Jan., 1671-2, M.A. 27 March, 1675, rector of Easton by Stamford, Northants, 1684, and of Barroden, Rutland, 1686. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Childe, George'ser.' Queen's Coll., matric. 14 June, 1649, B.A. 17 July, 1652; M.A. from New Inn Hall 26 April, 1655, vicar of Yatton Keynall, Wilts, 1662, and rector of Littleton Drew, Wilts, 1676, father of Williamson 1690, and of George next named. See Burrows, 176.
Child, Georges. G(eorge), of 'xx Eaton' (Yatton), Wilts, cler. Queen's Coll., matric. 2 July, 1680, aged 17; B.A. 1684, M.A. 15 Feb., 1686-7, rector of Barrowden, Rutland, 1692, and of Morcott 1721, brother of Williamson 1690. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Child, Henryof Middlesex, pleb. Christ Church, matric. 17 Jan., 1588-9, aged 19; B.A. 26 June, 1592, M.A. 9 July, 1595, a student from Westminster School 1588. See Alumni West., 61.
Child, Jamesy.s. Francis, of London, Middlesex, 'eq. aur.' University Coll., matric. 9 March, 1702-3, aged 16, B.A. 1706; M.A. from All Souls' Coll. 1710, his father knighted at Whitehall 29 Oct., 1689, citizen and goldsmith, banker. [5]
Childe, Johnchaplain, also read at Cambridge; B.A. 4 Oct., 1544, M.A. (sup. Feb.) 1544-5, rector of Wavendon, Bucks, 1549, and of Inworth, Essex, 1557. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Childe, Johnof Oxon, arm. Hart Hall, matric.entry under date 2 May, 1581, aged 15; of Lincoln's Inn 1583, perhaps rector of Gorleston, Suffolk, 1588. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Inns of Court Reg.
Childe, Johnof London, gent. Magdalen Hall, matric. 11 June, 1619, aged 15; bar.-at-law, Inner Temple, 1630, as son of William, of London, gent. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Childe, Johnfellow Magdalen Coll., Cambridge; B.A. 1667, M.A. 1671, (incorp. 11 June, 1671), B.D. 1678, perhaps rector of Warkworth, Northumberland, 1660-7, vicar of Penrith, Cumberland, 1670-94, and of Bromfield, Cumberland, 1681-92. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Childe, (Sir), Lacon-William1s. William, of Kinlet, Salop, 'equitis.' Queen's Coll., matric. 26 Nov., 1662, aged 17; bar.-at-law, Lincoln's Inn, 1670, a master in Chancery 1673, knighted at Whitehall 16 June, 1673. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Child, Richardof co. Hereford, pleb. Queen's Coll., matric. 2 March, 1598-9, aged 18; vicar of Weobly, co. Hereford, 1608. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [11]
Child, Roberts. Walter, of Sunbury, Middlesex, pleb. New Inn Hall, matric. 20 June, 1634, aged 21; B.A. 20 Oct., 1635, perhaps rector of Groton, Suffolk, 1681. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Child, Simon'of ye quire of Christ Church,' subscribed 19 March, 1691-2, will proved at Oxford 3 March, 1732.
Childe, Thomass. Thomas, of Northwicke, co. Worcester, gent. Hart Hall, matric. 15 April, 1670, aged 15; of the Middle Temple 1672. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Childe, Walterof co. Worcester, gent. Brasenose Coll., matric. 11 May, 1599, aged 15. [15]
Childe, W(illiam)of Oriel Coll., in or before 1572, perhaps of Inner Temple 1575, as William, of Pensax, co. Worcester. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Childe, Williamof Herts, pleb. Trinity Coll., matric.-entry under date 20 Sept., 1574, aged 16; 'Dial. Mro. Day tutori.'
Childe, Williamof co. Worcester, gent. Oriel Coll., matric. 10 June, 1597, aged 19; of Northwicke, co. Worcester, father of William, B.C. L. 1632.
Child, Williamof Salop, pleb. Exeter Coll., matric. 6 May, 1608, aged 21; perhaps B.A. 12 Feb., 1617-18, rector of Middleton Scriven, Salop, 1626. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Child, Williamgent., of Christ Church; B.Mus. 8 July, 1631, 10 years in music, licenced to proceed D.Mus. 8 July, 1663, chaunter of St. George's, Windsor, 1630, lay clerk, organist 1634, and also of H.M. Chapel, Whitehall, died at Windsor 23 March, 1696-7. See Grove's Dictionary of Music; Fasti, i. 459, ii. 265; O.H.S., x. 148; & D.N.B. [20]
Childe, (Sir) Williamof Pembroke Coll.; B.C.L. 5 July, 1632, D.C.L. from All Souls' Coll. 29 May, 1638, of Kinlet, Salop, a master in Chancery, knighted 12 May, 1661, buried 6 May, 1678, father of Lacon-William.
Child, William'ser.' Christ Church, matric. 1 April, 1656. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Child, Williams. G. (? 'Gul'), of Chesham, Bucks, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 15 April, 1670, aged 18.
Child, Williams. William, of Oxford (city), p.p. Christ Church, matric. 26 Feb., 1674-5, aged 15; B.A. 1678, M.A. 1681, vicar of Spelsbury, Oxon, 1683. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Child, Williamsons. George, of Yatton, Wilts, cler. Queen's Coll., matric. 5 June, 1690, aged 14; B.A. 17 Feb., 1693-4, M.A. 1697, rector of Yatton Keynal, Wilts, 1706, brother of George 1680. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [25]
Childerley, Johnfellow of St. John's Coll. 1579, B.A. 21 Oct., 1583, M.A. 1 June, 1587, B.D. 10 Dec., 1593, D.D. 20 May, 1603, incorp. at Cambridge 1607, (son of Ellis, of London, turner), admitted to Merchant Taylors' School 1575, preacher to the English merchants trading at Stode, chaplain to two archbishops of Canterbury, rector of St. Mary Wolnoth, 1599-1609, and of St. Dunstan's-in-theEast 1606, rector of Shenfield, Essex, in 1609 until sequestered, died in 1645. See Fasti, i. 300; Robinson, i. 25; & Add. MS., 15,671, p. 99.
Children, Georges. John, of Tunbridge, Kent, pleb. New Inn Hall, matric. 30 June, 1626, aged 20; B.A. 7 July, 1626.
Childrey, Joshuas. Robert, of Rochester, Kent, pleb. Magdalen Coll., matric. 19 Feb., 1640-1, aged 17; B.A. 22 July, 1646, expelled by the parliamentary visitors 1648, D.D. 24 Jan., 1660-1, rector of Shepton Beauchamp, Somerset, 1661, and of Upway, Dorset, 1664, archdeacon of Salisbury 1664, canon of Sarum 1664; licenced 11 April, 1665, to marry Elizabeth Todd, of Pertenhall, Beds, spr.; died at Upway 26 Aug., 1670, buried in the chancel. See Ath., iii. 903; Marriage Licences, ed. Foster; & D.N.B.
Childes, Stephens. S., of Hatchbury, Wilts, gent. Christ Church, matric. 17 March, 1713-14, aged 19; B.A. 1717, M.A. 1720.
Chillingworth, John (Killingworth)astronomer, fellow of Merton Coll. 1432, died 17 May, 1445. See O.H.S., iv. 232; & D.N.B. [30]
Chillingworth, John (Chellingworth)pleb. Christ Church, subscribed 24 May, 1694, B.A. 1698.
Chillingworth, Williamof Oxon, pleb. Trinity Coll., matric. 15 Oct., 1619, aged 17; scholar, B.A. 28 June, 1620, M.A. 16 March, 1623-4 (incorp. at Cambridge 1626), created D.D. 1 Nov., 1642; Wood adds, perhaps in error, 'neither took up his degree, nor was he diplomated'; (son of William, citizen, and afterwards Mayor of Oxford), baptized in St. Martin's parish 31 Oct., 1602, turned Jesuit but recanted in 1631, canon of Chester 1635, and of Sarum 1638, chancellor of Salisbury Cathedral 1638, master of Wigston's Hospital, Leicester, died 24 Jan., 1643. See Ath., iii. 86; Fasti, ii. 52; Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus; & D.N.B.
Chilmark, Johnfellow of Merton Coll. 1383. See O.H.S., iv. 219; & D.N.B.
Chilmeade, EdmundB.A. from Magdalen Coll. 12 Feb., 1628-9, clerk 1629-34; M.A. from Christ Church 10 Dec., 1631, one of the petty canons or chaplains 1641, ejected by the parliamentary visitors 1648, 'a choice mathematician,' noted critic and Grecian, died 9 Feb., 1653-4, buried in St. Botolph's Church, without Aldersgate. See Bloxam, ii. 59; D.N.B.; Ath., iii. 350; & Burrows, 329.
Chillmead, Johns. Henry, of co. Gloucester pleb. Magdalen Coll., matric. 30 Oct., 1629, aged 18; B.A. 12 Nov., 1631.
Chilton, Edwards. Edward, of Sandwich, Kent, gent. Lincoln Coll., matric. 28 April, 1637, aged 14; B.A. 9 June, 1640, created M.A. 1 Nov., 1642.
Chimley, Theophilus (Chymligh)of co. York, pleb. Trinity Coll., matric. 19 Oct., 1599, aged 19; vicar of Hornsey, Yorks, 1607. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Chimley, Thomas (Chimligh)of co. York, pleb. Trinity Coll., matric. 31 Oct., 1600, vicar of Atwick, Yorks, 1624. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [5]
Chimocke, Richardof Dorset, pleb. St. Mary Hall, matric. 23 July, 1596, aged 17; called Chinnock in Mat. Reg.
Chin, Williamof co. Hereford, gent. Gloucester Hall, matric.-entry under date 1577, aged 29.
Chinery, JohnB.A. from Pembroke Hall., Cambridge, 1670, M.A. 1674, incorp. 13 July, 1675, rector of Brettenham and vicar of Croxton, Norfolk, 1675, vicar of Haughley, Suffolk, 1675, and rector of Combs, Suffolk, 1686. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Ching, Williams. Ric., of St. Mary Down, Devon, cler. Exeter Coll., matric. 7 March, 1704-5, aged 16; B.A. 1 March, 1708-9.
Chinge, Richards. William, of Chagford, Devon, p.p. Trinity Coll., matric. 17 Nov., 1671, aged 17; B.A. 1675. [10]
Chinoweth, Anthonys. John, of St. Martin-inMeaneage, Cornwall, gent. Exeter Coll., matric. 19 Dec., 1634, aged 18. See Vivian's Visitations of Cornwall, 88.
Chip, Oliver (Chyppe or Chepe)B.A. 23 May, 1531, M.A. (sup. June) 1544, rector of Puttenham, Herts, 1544. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Chippen, Georgeof Dorset, pleb. Exeter Coll., matric. 6 Feb., 1606-7, aged 14.
Chipping, ThomasB.A. 19 Feb., 1532-3, one of these names preb. of Dihewid in Collegiate Church of Llanddewy-Brefy (in St. David's) 1543, vicar of Horndon-on-the-Hill, Essex, 1544, rector of Nutfield, Surrey, 1554, of Chaldon 1564, and of Bletchingley, Surrey, 1575. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Chippingdale, Edward (Chipindale)demy of Magdalen Coll. 1569-72, B.A. (sup. March) 1571-2, canon of Lincoln 1571-5. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Bloxam, iv. 173. [15]
Chippindale, Johnfellow All Souls' Coll. 1565, B.C.L. 26 April, 1570, D.C.L. 15 Oct., 1573. canon of Lincoln 1570, father of Tobias and John 1598. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Chippingdale, JohnB.A. 6 July, 1565 (? fellow Lincoln Coll. 1566), M.A.; B.Med. 1571, D.Med. (sup.) 16 July, 1572.
Chippingdale, Johnof co. Leicester, D.C.L. fil. Lincoln Coll., matric. 16 June, 1598, aged 14; probably same as next entry, and brother of Tobias.
Chippingdale, Johnof co. Lincoln, pleb. Lincoln Coll., matric. 1 July, 1603, aged 18; B.A. 28 Feb., 1605-6, M.A. 7 July, 1608, see preceding entry.
Chippingdale, Tobiasdemy Magdalen Coll. 1589-92, B.A. 4 Feb., 1591-2, bar.-at-law, Middle Temple, 1599 (as son and heir of John, of Humberston, co. Leicester), brother of John 1598. See Foster's Judges and Barristers & Bloxam, iv. 230.
Chippin(g)dale, Williamarm. fil. nat. max. Corpus Christi Coll., matric. 6 Feb., 1628-9, aged 19; B.A. 14 Feb., 1628-9, of the Middle Temple 1629, as son and heir of John, of Blackenhall, co. Stafford, esq. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. [21]
Chishull, Edmunds. Paul, of Eyworth, Beds, cler. Corpus Christi Coll., matric. 14 July, 1687, aged 16; B.A. 1690, fellow, M.A. 27 Feb., 1693-4, B.D. 1705, chaplain to the factory at Smyrna 1698, vicar of Walthamstow, Essex, 1708-33, canon of St. Paul's 1719, rector of Southchurch 1730-3, born 22 March, 1670-1, educated at Winchester, died at Walthamstow 18 May, 1733. See Hearne. i. 290, 312; Rawlinson, i. 163, xvi. 370; Gutch, i. 48b; Ath., iv. 621; Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus; & D.N.B.
Chishull, Johns. J., of Halberton, Devon, pleb. Balliol Coll., matric. 26 Feb., 1685-6, aged 19, for one of these names see Calamy, ii. 80.
Chishull, Paulbible clerk Queen's Coll., Cambridge, B.A. 1628; M.A. from Pembroke Coll., Oxford, 18 June, 1634 (? father of he next named).
Chishull, Pauls. P., of Dunton, Beds, pleb., p.p. New Coll., matric. 1 April, 1664, aged 15; vicar of Eyworth, Beds, 1668, father of Edmund. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [25]
Chishull, Williams. Paul, of Edworth, Beds, cler. Trinity Coll., matric. 6 May, 1692, aged 16; B.A. 4 Feb., 1695-6, M.A. 1698.
Chislet, Thomasof Somerset, 'minister.' Broadgates Hall, matric. 17 March, 1581-2, aged 22.
Chisnall, JamesB.A. 18 May, 1575.
Chisnall, OliverB.A. from Christ Church 2 May, 1594.
Chittenden, Thomasof Kent, pleb. Merton Coll., matric. 17 Feb., 1597-8, aged 20. [30]
ChittleSee also Chetle.
Chittle, Edwardof Wilts, pleb. Magdalen Coll., matric. 17 Nov., 1581, aged 30.
Chittle, Edwardsubscribed 3 Feb., 1597-8.
Chittle, Samuels. William, of Oxford (city), pleb. Christ Church, matric. 23 July, 1703, aged 19; B.A. 1707, M.A. 1711.
Chittye, Henrydemy Magdalen Coll. 1572-7, B.A. 1 Feb., 1577-8, fellow 1577-1612, M.A. 5 April, 1581, B.Med. (sup. 8 May) 1600, D.Med. (sup. 3 June) 1600. See Bloxam, iv. 189. [35]
Chitty, JosephB.A. from Magdalen Coll. 11 Oct., 1615, M.A. 9 July, 1619. See O.H.S., xii. 338.
Chiver, Henry (Chever)of Wilts, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 2 Nov., 1621, aged 19; son of Jerome.
Chiver, Henrys. Henry, of 'Calne,' Wilts, arm. Brasenose Coll., matric. 9 Dec., 1631, aged 17; of Lincoln's Inn 1633, died s.p., brother of Robert 1636. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Chiver, Oliver (Chever)of Wilts, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 3 Nov., 1615, aged 17; B.A. from Magdalen Coll. 13 Feb., 1617-18; M.A. from Magdalen Hall 25 April, 1621. See Robert 1612.
Chivers, Robertof Wilts, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 3 April, 1612, aged 18. See Oliver 1615. [40]
Chiver, Roberts. Henry, of Calne, Wilts, arm. Brasenose Coll., matric. 18 March, 1635-6, aged 15; of Inner Temple 1638, brother of Henry 1631. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Chivers, Laurence (Cheivers) of Irelandgent. Brasenose Coll., matric. 14 June, 1582, aged 14.


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