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Covert, Alexanderof Sussex, arm. St. Mary Hall, matric.-entry under date 28 May, 1580, aged 18; B.A. 29 Nov., 1582, of Gray's Inn 1585, as of Slaugham, Sussex. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Covert, FrancisLL.D. of Leyden; incorp. D.C.L. 9 April, 1596, died at Chaldon, Surrey, in 1609. See Fasti, i. 273.
Covert, 'Ranulphus,'s. Nic., of Chichester, Sussex, gent. Merton Coll., matric. 6 Nov., 1703, aged 19; subs. his Christian name Carolus: Memo. Charles Randell Covert, of the Middle Temple 1698 (as 3rd son of Nicholas, of Chichester); LL.B. from St. John's Coll., Cambridge, 1718, vicar of Hunston 1708, and North Mundham, Sussex, 1709, until his death in 1759. See Hearne, ii. 22; & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Covert, Robertof Magdalen Hall; B.A. sup. March, 1575-6. See Calvert, page 232.
Covey, Edwards. Edw., of Overton, Hants, pleb. Lincoln Coll., matric. 14 Dec., 1666, aged 17; B.A. from New Coll. 1670, M.A. 1673. [5]
Coward, Christophergent. Corpus Christi Coll., matric. 13 May, 1653; B.A. 15 Oct., 1656, M.A. 24 Feb., 1659-60, B. & D.D. 4 July, 1694, canon of Wells 1664, rector of Sampford Peverell, Devon, 1665, of Ditcheat, Somerset, 1667, and of Kingston Seymour, Somerset, 1668, until his death in 1699. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus; Rawlinson, xvi. 86; & Ath., i. xxxv.
Cowarde, Edwardof Somerset, gent. Lincoln Coll., matric. 23 July, 1596, aged 15; B.A. 24 Jan., 1599-1600, fellow, M.A. 10 June, 1602, B.D. 31 May, 1609, rector of Porlock, Somerset, 1610, admon. (at Oxford) granted 18 March, 1611. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Coward, Thomasof Somerset, gent. Lincoln Coll., matric., 9 May, 1617, aged 17; of the Middle Temple 1619, as son of Thomas, of Wells, Somerset. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Coward, Thomass. Gaspar, of Meere, Wilts, pleb. Wadham Coll., matric. 16 April, 1641, aged 16; B.A. 1 March, 1644-5, M.A. 14 Dec., 1647, vicar of Bucklebury, Berks, 1662, and rector of Peasmore 1680-6, father of the next named. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus; Burrows, 87, 90; & Gardiner, 151.
Coward, Thomass. Thomas, of Bucklebury, Berks, cler. Wadham Coll., matric. 21 March, 1677-8, aged 16; B.A. from St. Alban Hall 1681, rector of Peasemore, Berks, 1686. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [10]
Coward, Thomass. T(homas), of Winchester, Hants, arm. Trinity Coll., matric. 12 Nov., 1705, aged 17; bar.-at-law, Middle Temple, 1711. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Coward, Williams. Thomas, of Winchester, gent. New Coll., matric. 11 Aug., 1672, aged 18; B.A. 1676, M.A. 14 Jan., 1679-80.
Coward, Williams. William, of Winchester, gent. Hart Hall, matric. 21 May, 1674, aged 18; scholar of Wadham Coll. 1675, B.A. 1677; fellow of Merton Coll., 1680, M.A. 1683, B.Med. 1685, D.Med. 1687, practiced in Northampton, and at 93 & 94, Lombard Street, London, a candidate of College of Physicians 1695, author of 'The Grand Essay,' which the House of Commons ordered (17 March, 1704) to be burnt by the common hangman, died 1725. See O.H.S., iv. 296; wrongly matriculated in Gardiner, 305; Munk's Roll, i. 512; Hearne, i. 304; Ath., iv. 480; Rawlinson, i. 287, iv. 51; & D.N.B.
Cowart, Williams. William, of Wells, Somerset, gent. Magdalen Coll., matric. 15 July, 1682, aged 15; of Lincoln's Inn 1682. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Cowcher, Roberts. Rich., of Redmarley, co. Worcester, gent. Pembroke Coll., matric. 10 Dec., 1675, aged 14; B.A. 1679, M.A. 1682, of the Inner Temple 1683. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. [15]
Cowdale, Edmundof Bucks, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 17 June, 1586, aged 17; called Edward in Mat. Reg.
CowdewellRobert; B.A. (sup. 29 Jan.) 1507-8.
Cowderoy, Johns. Tho., of Aldermaston, Berks, gent. New Coll., matric. 26 March, 1713, aged 18; died a fellow 23 Sept., 1714. See Gutch, i. 230, as Cowderay.
Cowdrey, John'pauperis.' Magdalen Coll., matric. 15 Nov., 1649, subscribes as 'Codrey'; chorister 1648, demy 1650-4, B.A. 24 March, 1652-3, fellow by the visitors 1654-60, M.A. 28 June, 1655, rector of Bramber-cum-Botolph, Sussex, 1658, buried at St. Botolph 9 July, 1697. See Bloxam, i. 69; Burrows, 172.
CowellJohn; B.A. (sup. 8 April) 1527. [20]
Cowell, Johnof Devon; D.C.L. Canterbury, incorp. 1600, King's scholar, Cambridge, 1570, from Eton, proctor 1586, master of Trinity Hall 1598, regius professor of civil law (? 1598-1611), vice-chancellor 1603, 1604, 1608, doctor (? dean) of the Court of Arches, vicar-general to the archbishop of Canterbury 1609, until his death 11 Oct., 1611. See Fasti, i. 289; & D.N.B.
Cowhide, JohnB.A. from Magdalen Coll. 5 July, 1655; M.A. from New Inn Hall 22 May, 1658, as Cowbridge.
Cowles, Thomass. John, of Worcester (city), pleb. Balliol Coll., matric. 25 Feb., 1646-7, aged 18; servitor 1647, scholar 1648, ejected by the parliamentary visitors the same year. See Burrows.
Cowles, Thomas (Coules)s. Tho., of Bristol, gent. Trinity Coll., matric. 27 June, 1712, aged 16.
Cowley, Abrahamcreated D.Med., 2 Dec., 1657, incorp. at Cambridge 11 July, 1664, 'the celebrated poet' (posthumous son of Thomas Cowley, citizen and stationer of London), scholar of Trinity Coll., Cambridge, 1636, B.A. 1639, M.A. 1642, a minor fellow 1640, and a major 1642, until ejected by the parliamentary visitors in 1644, when he took refuge at St. John's College, Oxford, but quitted Oxford for France before the city was given up to the forces of the parliament, died at the Porch House, Chertsey, 28 July, 1667, buried in Westminster Abbey 3 Aug. See Alumni West., 110; Fasti, ii. 209; D.N.B.; & Westminster Abbey Reg., 166. [25]
Cowley, Almetiuss. Th., of St. Albans, Herts, gent. Merton Coll., matric. 20 Oct., 1671, aged 17.
Cowley, Anthonyof co. Chester, pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric. 13 Nov., 1590, aged 15; B.A. 8 Feb., 1593-4, vicar of Kinnerley, Salop, 1606. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cowley, Daniels. 'Thomas Cowley,' of Bromsfeild, co. Gloucester, pleb. St. Mary Hall, matric. 13 Dec., 1633, aged 18; B.A. 14 June, 1634.
Cowley, Henrys. H., of Kildare, Ireland, arm. Christ Church, matric. 14 March, 1703-4, aged 17.
Cowlie, JohnB.A. 4 Dec., 1570, M.A. 30 July, 1573, of Exeter Coll., rector of Wootton Rivers, Wilts, 1579. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [30]
Cowley, ThomasB.A. from Christ Church 28 March, 1650.
Cowley, Williams. Thomas, of Dodleston, co. Chester, gent. Brasenose Coll., matric. 8 May, 1640, aged 16; of Gray's Inn 1642. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.
Cowling, Charless. Henry, of Richmond, Richmondshire, draper, admitted to St. John's Coll., Cambridge, 23 May, 1665, aged 16; B.A. 1668, M.A. 1672, incorp. 5 July, 1672, vicar of Merrington, co. Durham, 1674, and of Bedlington, Northumberland, 1677. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Mayor, 169.
Cowling, Georges. Walter, of Bridford, Devon, sacerd. Oriel Coll., matric. 26 Sept., 1634, aged 16; B.A. from Hart Hall 15 June, 1639, vicar of East Harptree, Somerset, 1662, father of John 1673. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cowlyn, Johnof Devon, 'cler. fil.' Exeter Coll., matric. 22 May, 1612, aged 15; B.A. 26 Oct., 1615, M.A. from Oriel Coll. 5 May, 1620, B.D. 15 May, 1628, licenced to preach 13 Dec., 1628, rector of Cadleigh, Devon 1629, and vicar of Chudleigh 1629, rector of Cheriton Fitzpaine 1634, as Cowling, See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cowling, Johns. Geo., of East Harptree, Somerset, pleb. Oriel Coll., matric. 14 March, 1672-3, aged 17.
Cowling, Samuels. Geo. of Thornborough, co. Gloucester, cler. Oriel Coll., matric. 25 June, 1680, aged 18.
Cowlyn, Walterof Devon, pleb. Exeter Coll., matric. 26 March, 1602, aged 16; B.A. 23 Oct., 1605, M.A. 4 June, 1611, then in orders, vicar of Bishop Tawton 1618, rector of Bridford 1624, and of Stockleigh English 1629, as Cowling, father of George 1634. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [5]
Cowlyn, William (Cowlin)B.A. from Gloucester Hall 3 July, 1627.
Cowling, William'cler. fil.' Exeter Coll., matric. 7 July, 1658, B.A. 1662.
Cowne, LeonardB.A. from St. Alban Hall 17 March, 1701-2.
CowperSee also Cooper.
Cowper, Edmund (Cooper or Coper)B.A. 8 April, 1527, M.A. 5 July, 1532, one of these names rector of St. Nicholas Olave, London, 1546. [10]
Cowper, Edwardof co. Worcester, gent. Balliol Coll., matric. 15 March, 1615-16, aged 18; B.A. 11 June, 1619, fellow, M.A. 11 May, 1622, (incorp. at Cambridge in 1623), query B.D. 4 Nov., 1637, licenced to preach 30 May, 1639, as Cooper, will proved at Oxford 19 Aug., 1640, but see next entry, rector of Hampton Lovett, co. Worcester, 1621, and of Birtsmorton 1625. See Foster's Index Ecc.
Cowper, Edwardof co. Worcester, pleb. Balliol Coll., matric. 2 Nov., 1621, aged 15; B.A. 19 Feb., 1624-5, M.A. 18 June, 1627 (B.D. 4 Nov., 1637, but see preceding entry).
Cowper, Edwards. Dan., of Slinfold, Sussex, arm. New Coll., matric. 13 Feb., 1711-12, aged 17.
Cowper, GeorgeB.A. 3 April, 1574, M.A. 22 May, 1577 (Cooper, paup.), scholar Exeter Coll. in 1572.
Cowper, Georgepleb. Pembroke Coll., matric. 2 April, 1652; demy Magdalen Coll. 1654-5, B.A. 15 June, 1655, M.A. 22 April, 1658, fellow 1665, until ejected 1660. See Bloxam, v. 220. [15]
Cowper, Henrygent. St. John's Coll., subscribed 7 Nov., 1655.
Cowper, Henrys. Edward, of London, Middlesex, gent. New Coll., matric. 12 Feb., 1684-5, aged 16.
Cowper, Humphreyof co. Derby, pleb. Hart Hall, matric. 21 Jan., 1585-6, aged 22 (?).
Cowper, John (Cooper, Coper, or Cupper)B.A. 8 July, 1521, M.A. 8 Feb., 1525-6, perhaps clerk Magdalen Coll. 1517. See Bloxam, ii. 4.
Cowper, Johnof London, 'Gen. Cond.' New Coll., matric. 8 May, 1584, aged 15. [20]
Cowper, Johnof Kent, of St. Edmund Hall 18 March, 1585-6, aged 48 (subscribes more like Cony); one of these names rector of St. Mary-at-Hoo, Kent, 1561, and vicar of Leysdown 1586. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cowper, Johngent. Brasenose Coll., matric. 21 July, 1651; B.A. 13 Feb., 1654-5, M.A. 27 June, 1657, called B.D. in Ormerod, and said to be buried in the cloisters of Brasenose College 1676, son of Thomas, of Chester, gent., one of these names clerk, will proved 10 March, 1699. See Griffith's Index to Oxford Wills.
Cowper, Johns. James, of London, arm. Trinity Coll., matric. 11 July, 1678, aged 17; of Lincoln's Inn 1680. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Cowper, Johns. Th(omas), of Chester (city), gent. Brasenose Coll., matric. 13 Jan., 1688-9. aged 16; B.A. 19 Jan., 1691-2, fellow 1693-4, M.A. 1694. baptized in St. Peter's, Chester, 16 Jan., 1671-2, chaplain to William, Earl of Derby, vicar of Middlewich, Cheshire, 1702, until his death 25 Sept., 1718, brother of Thomas same date, and father of Peter 1724. See Rawlinson, vi. 277, xvi. 444.
Cowper, Johns. Spencer, of Southwick, Surrey, arm. Wadham Coll., matric. 14 Oct., 1714, aged 20, B.A. 5 Feb., 1715-16; fellow Merton Coll., M.A. 18 Dec., 1718, rector of Great Berkhampstead St. Peter, Herts, 1722-56, chaplain in ordinary to George II., perhaps vicar of Haverhill, Suffolk, 1723-5, died 10 July, 1756, father of the poet, brother of William 1706. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cowper, Richardof London, gent. Balliol Coll., matric. 7 June, 1594, aged 16; B.A. from Gloucester Hall 17 Feb., 1598-9. [26]
Cowper, Richards. Rich., of Burton, Hants (? Benton, Hunts), gent. Pembroke Coll., matric. 6 July, 1712, aged 16; B.A. 1716.
CowperRobert; B.A. (sup. 18 Jan.) 1525-6.
Cowper, ThomasB.C.L. 21 July, 1522, B.Can.L. (sup. 11 Oct.) 1530.
Cowper, Thomasof Notts, arm. Magdalen Coll., matric.-entry under date 10 Jan., 1574-5, aged 17.
Cowper, ThomasSee Cooper 1658. [31]
Cowper, Thomass. Thomas, of Chester (city), gent. Brasenose Coll., matric. 13 June, 1688, aged 17; of Over Leigh, Cheshire, admitted to the Inner Temple 1689, M.P. Chester Jan. to July, 1698, buried in St. Peter's, Chester, 18 Aug., 1718, aged 48, brother of John same date. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. & Ormerod's Cheshire, i. 375.
Cowper, Williamof Balliol Coll.; B.A. 18 Nov., 1568, of the Middle Temple 1566. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Cowper, Williamof Salop, pleb. St. John's Coll., matric.-entry under date 1575, aged 18 (? 48).
Cowper, Williamof Hants, gent. Corpus Christi Coll., matric. July, 1598, aged 14. [35]
Cowper, Williams. John, of Worcester (city), pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 31 Oct., 1623, aged 16; B.A. from New Inn Hall 3 July, 1627.
Cowper, (Sir) William3s. William, of London, militis. Trinity Coll., matric. 7 Dec., 1638, aged 18; B.A. from Hart Hall 18 Feb., 1641-2, of Drury Lane. See Berry's Herts.
Cowper, Williams. Spencer, of London, arm. Wadham Coll., matric. 14 Feb., 1705-6, aged 16; bar.at-law, Middle Temple, 1712, clerk of the parliaments, died 14 Feb., 1739-40, brother of John 1704. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Cowse, James (Coowes)s. Edmond, of London, Middlesex, gent. Christ Church, matric. 29 Jan., 1646-7, aged 17; a student from Westminster School 1646, B.A. 6 Nov., 1649, M.A. 23 Oct., 1651, incorp. at Cambridge 1654, as Cowes, rector of Luddenham, Kent, 1660. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus; Burrows; & Alumni West., 125.
Cowse, Jamess. J(ames), of Barbados, gent. Trinity Coll., matric. 6 Nov., 1685, aged 16; bar.-at-law, Middle Temple 1692. See Foster's Judges and Barristers. [40]
Cowslad, Georges. Geo., of Newbury, Berks, gent. Oriel Coll., matric. 14 March, 1662-3, aged 16; B.A. 1666, fellow, M.A. 1669, admon. (at Oxford), granted 11 June, 1695.
Cowslade, Josephs. Th(omas), of Newbury, Berks, gent. Oriel Coll., matric. 16 July, 1673, aged 15; bar.-at-law, Middle Temple, 1682, bencher 1708, father of the next named. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Cowslad, Thomass. Joseph, of Donnington, Berks, arm. Christ Church, matric. 13 June, 1702, aged 16; bar.-at-law, Inner Temple, 1710, 'nepos' of a merchant by name Hatton, of Naples, etc. See Rawlinson, i. 311; & Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Cowte, Johnof Devon, 'cler. fil.' Exeter Coll., matric. 13 Dec., 1615, aged 18; one of these names compounded for first fruits of vicarage of Stoke St. Gabriel, Devon, 27 April, 1573. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cowthe, Johnof Dorset, pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric.-entry under date 18 July, 1580, aged 20, B.A. 17 Feb., 1583-4; M.A. from St. Alban Hall 2 July, 1586.
Cowth, Johnof Dorset, gent. University Coll., matric. 15 April, 1586, aged 15.
Cowth, Johnof New Coll. 1612. See Cooth, page 326. [5]
Cox, Andrewof Somerset, pleb. Magdalen Coll., matric. 16 Nov., 1621, aged 19; B.A. 24 Nov., 1623.
Coxe, Andrewpleb. Lincoln Coll., matric. 8 March, 1648-9; B.A. 17 July, 1652.
Cox, Antonyof Berks, pleb. Magdalen Coll., matric. 17 Nov., 1581, aged 18; chorister 1580-6, B.A. 7 Dec., 1587.
Cox, Aureliuss. William, of Bishop's Cannings, Wilts, pleb. St. Edmund Hall, matric. 23 March, 1677-8, aged 19.
Cox, Benjaminof Oxon, 'cler. fil.' Christ Church, matric. 29 April, 1609, aged 14; B.A. from Broadgates Hall 17 June, 1613, M.A. 30 June, 1617, a puritan divine, took the covenant and became an anabaptist, perhaps father of James 1638. See Ath., iii. 208; & D.N.B. [10]
Cox, Charlesarm. fil. nat. max. Corpus Christi Coll., matric. 6 Feb., 1628-9, aged 18; B.A. 14 Feb., 1628-9. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Coxe, Charless. Joh., of Tarleton, co. Gloucester, gent. St. Edmund Hall, matric. 10 July, 1674, aged 13; of Over Lypiatt, co. Gloucester, bar.-atlaw, Lincoln's Inn, 1684, bencher 1707, treasurer 1711, chief justice of Cardiff circuit and Wales, M.P. Cirencester 1698-1705, 1708-13, and Gloucester 1713-22. See Foster's Judges and Barristers & Parliamentary Dictionary.
Cox, Charless. John, of Bedington, Surrey, cler. Corpus Christi Coll., matric. 27 Oct., 1676, aged 15; B.A. 1680, fellow, M.A. 21 Feb., 1683-4, B.D. (by diploma) 3 May, 1693, admon. (at Oxford), granted 20 Jan., 1694.
Cox, Charless. Andr., of Kemberton, Salop, cler. St. Alban Hall, matric. 26 May, 1677, aged 17.
Cox, Daniels. Roger, of Claverdon, co. Warwick, pleb. All Souls' Coll., matric. 31 March, 1696, aged 19; B.A. 22 Feb., 1699-1700. [15]
Cox, Edwards. Richard, of London, p.p. Magdalen Coll., matric. 23 Feb., 1665-6, aged 16; of the Middle Temple, 1667. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Cox, Edwards. John, of Southwark, Surrey, paup. St. Edmund Hall, matric. 6 April, 1682, aged 17; B.A. 1685.
Cox, Francis(s. Leonard), of New Coll., B.D. 9 Jan., 1575-6, D.D. 4 July, 1594; sometime of Oriel Coll., perhaps beneficed in Sussex, rector of Horsted Keynes, 1560, vicar of Brightelmstone 1566, canon of Chichester 1567, rector of Blatchington 1571, and of Poynings, Sussex, 1585, one of these names canon of Exeter 1573, and vicar of Brixham 1574, and of Ermington, Devon, 1577, etc., another a canon of Lichfield 1581 (? father of William 1596). See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & O.H.S., xii. 55.
Cox, Franciss. John, of Churchill, Somerset, gent. University Coll., matric. 20 May, 1640, aged 15.
Cox, Franciss. John, of Tewksbury, co. Gloucester, gent. Trinity Coll., matric. 16 Oct., 1674, aged 16; B.A. from Hart Hall 1678; M.A. from New Coll. 1681, perhaps rector of Firsby, co. Lincoln, 1679, or rector of Ashley, Hants, 1680. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [20]
Cox, Georgeof co. Gloucester, gent. University Coll., matric. 10 Oct., 1594, aged 14 (called Cope in Mat. Reg.); B.A. from St. John's Coll. 24 May, 1598, M.A. 19 May, 1601. See Griffith's List of Oxford Wills, 1624.
Cox, Georges. Peter, of Oxford (city), gent. Wadham Coll., matric. 24 March, 1710-11, aged 15; demy Magdalen Coll. 1714-21, B.A. 1715, M.A. 1718, fellow 1721-32, B.D. 1728, rector of Candlesby, co. Lincoln, 1726, died 15 May, 1732. See Bloxam, vi. 187; & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Coxe, Gilbertof co. Worcester, pleb. St. Edmund Hall, matric. 1 Dec., 1581, aged 20; B.A. 7 Feb., 1583-4, M.A. 6 July, 1586.
Cox, Gilbertpleb. Balliol Coll., matric. 6 Dec., 1622, aged 18; B.A. 6 Dec., 1622 (as Wm.), M.A. 8 July, 1626 (as Gilbert).
Cox, Henry (Cocks or Cockys)priest, B.Can.L. 14 Dec., 1525, one of these names rector of Orcheston St. Mary, Wilts, 1526. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [25]
Coxe, Henryof Pembroke Coll., ejected from Bishopstoke rectory, Hants, 1660. See Calamy, ii. 258.
Cox, Henrys. William, of Emeldon (or Hamilton), Northumberland, p.p. Merton Coll., matric. 4 Dec., 1677, aged 16; B.A. 1681. See Robinson, i. 288; & also William Cox 342-21.
Cox, Henrys. Thomas, of Dodington Magna, Northants, gent. Wadham Coll. matric. 21 March, 1689-90, aged 17; Goodridge exhibitioner 1691, scholar 1692, B.A. 1693. See Gardiner, 363.
Cox, Hughs. William, of Ashton, Somerset, gent. Magdalen Hall, matric. 27 May, 1636, aged 15; B.A. 24 Oct., 1639, rector of Brockley, Somerset, 1642, of Kingston Seymour 1647, and again at the restoration 1660. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Coxe, Jamess. Benjamin, of Crediton, Devon, sacerd. Magdalen Hall, matric. 13 July, 1638, aged 17. [30]
Cox, Jamess. Henry, of London, cler. Merton Coll., matric. 20 May, 1708, aged 15; B.A. 1713, M.A. 1716, B. & D.D. 1731, born at St. Giles-inthe-Fields 27 March, 1693, curate of Pinner, Herts, 1716, surmaster of Pinner or Harrow Free Grammar School 1722, upper-master 1730-46. See Rawlinson, v. 300, xvi. 449.
Cox, Johnchaplain, fellow of New Coll., 1499-1502, from Cowley, Oxon, B.Can.L. (sup. 27 Jan.) 1510-11. See also Cocks.
Cox, John (Cockis)of Brasenose Coll.; B.A. 1546. See Fasti, i. 123; & D.N.B.
Coxe, Johnof co. Worcester, pleb., 18 Oct., 1583, aged 18; 'Mr. Case's scholar.'
Coxe, Johnof Somerset, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 26 Oct., 1599, aged 15. [35]
Cox, Johnof Dorset, gent. Exeter Coll., matric. 4 May, 1621, aged 18; B.A. 7 Feb., 1623-4.
Cox, Johns. John, of Wanbrough, Wilts, gent. Pembroke Coll., matric. 25 June, 1630, aged 18; B.A. 31 Jan., 1632-3.
Cox, Johngent. St. John's Coll., matric. 10 April, 1652.
Cox, Johnpleb. Merton Coll., matric. 6 Aug., 1658; B.A. 16 March, 1659-60.
Coxe, Johns. J., of Tarleton, co. Gloucester, gent. St. Edmund Hall, matric. 1 April, 1674, aged 17; B.A. 1677, M.A. 1680, rector of North Cerney, co. Gloucester, 1684. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cox, Johns. J., of Clent, co. Stafford, p.p. Balliol Coll., matric. 23 April, 1675, aged 17; B.A. 17 March, 1678-9.
Cox, Johns. Hen., of Oxford (city), cler. Merton Coll., matric. 20 March, 1698-9, aged 15; B.A. 1702, M.A. 1709.
Coxe, Johns. Charles, of Lyppiat, co. Gloucester, arm. Magdalen Coll., matric. 23 Jan., 1711-12, aged 16; bar.-at-law, Lincoln's Inn, 1718, bencher 1743, treasurer 1757, died Jan., 1783. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Cox, Josephs. Jos., of Tewksbury, co. Gloucester, gent. New Coll., matric. 11 Sept., 1661, aged 19; B.C.L. 1667. [5]
Cox, Josephs. Francis, of Ashley, Hants, cler. Trinity Coll., matric. 12 Nov., 1705, aged 18; B.A. 1709, M.A. 1713, his father instituted to the rectory of Ashley 3 Nov., 1680, etc. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cox, Josiaspleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 17 March, 1653-4, B.A. 28 May, 1657; incorp. at Cambridge 1661, M.A. 1661.
Cox, Leonard(2s. Laurence, of Monmouth), B.A. of Cambridge, sup. 19 Feb., 1529-30, for incorporation and for degree of M.A., master of Reading Grammar School, etc., father of Francis 1576. See Cooper, i. 94; Ath., i. 123; & D.N.B.
Cox, Michael'ser.' Magdalen Coll., matric. 29 Oct., 1657; B.A. 1661.
Cox, Michaelgent. St. John's Coll., matric. 31 July, 1671, aged 16; B.A. 1675, born 5 Jan., 1652, admitted to Merchant Taylors' School 1663 (Robinson, i. 263), where he is erroneously stated to be son of Henry. [10]
Cox, Michaels. Richard, of Dublin, Ireland, Bart. Christ Church, matric. 10 Oct., 1707, aged 15 (? 18); of the Inner Temple 1707, bishop of Ossory 1743, archbishop of Cashel and Emly 1754, until his death 28 May, 1779, aged 90. See Gutch, 66.
Cox, Morgandemy Magdalen Coll., B.A. 16 June, 1512. See Bloxam, iv. 48.
Cox, Nathanielof Merton Coll., B.A. (sup. 5 March), 1612-13. (Memo.: Nathaniel Cony, alias Cox, instituted rector of Rempston, Notts, 10 June, 1642.) See O.H.S., xii. 316.
Cox, Peterof co. Gloucester, gent. St. Mary Hall, matric. 2 July, 1585, aged 19 (called Cockes in Mat. Reg.); B.A. from University Coll. 28 April, 1589; M.A. from Magdalen Coll. 28 Jan., 1591-2, rector of Cleeve Bishop, Somerset, 1593. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cox, Peters. Thomas, of Marlborough, Wilts, pleb. Magdalen Coll., matric. 14 March, 1672-3, aged 16; demy 1666-74, B.A. 1678, yeoman bedell of arts 1680, esquire bedell at his death 23 Jan., 1715-16, will proved at Oxford 31 March, 1716, father of the next named. See Bloxam, v. 272. [15]
Cox, Peterchorister Magdalen Coll. 1698-1706, demy 1706, of the city of Oxford, then aged 16, B.A. 29 Oct., 1709, M.A. 9 July, 1712, probationary fellow 1716, until his death 17 July, 1717. See Bloxam, i. 125.
Cox, RalphB.C.L. 18 July, 1552, one of these names rector of Blymhill, co. Stafford, and preb. of Lichfield 1551. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Coxe, Richardfellow King's Coll., Cambridge, 1519, and B.A., incorp. 7 Dec., 1525, M.A. 8 Feb., 1525-6, B.D. from King's Coll., Cambridge, 1535, D.D. 1537, sup. Mich. Term., 1545, for incorporation as D.D.; a junior canon of Cardinal Wolsey's College, Oxford, 1525, dean of Osney 1543-6, and of Christ Church 1546-53 (the 1st), chancellor 1547-52, archdeacon of Ely 1540, and first preb. 1541, until deprived by Queen Mary, preb. of Sutton, in Lincoln, 1542-7, rector of Harrow-on-the-Hill 1544, bishop designate of Southwell 1543, high almoner to the King and preceptor to the Prince of Wales (after Edward VI.), 1540, privy councillor 1547, dean of Westminster 1549, rector of Kelshall, Herts, 1552, imprisoned for his adherence to the Reformation 5-19 Aug., 1553, and retired to Frankfort, bishop of Norwich 1559, and of Ely 1559, until his death 22 July, 1581. See Alumni West., 3; Cooper, i. 437; Ath., i. 465; Fasti, i. 69; D.N.B.; & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cox, Richarda pensioner of Christ Coll., Cambridge, 27 Nov., 1578, B.A. 1581, incorp. 16 Dec., 1583; sup. for M.A. from St. John's Coll. in June, 1584, rector of Diss, Norfolk, 1589 & 1593, until his death in 1596. See Marriage Licences, ed. Foster; Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus; Fasti, i. 225; D.N.B.; Cooper, ii. 222; & O.H.S., x. 365.
Cox, Richardof Wilts, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 23 Feb., 1598-9, aged 23; B.A. 16 April, 1602, vicar of Norton, Wilts, 1608, father of Richard 1633. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [20]
Cox, Richardof Wilts, pleb. St. Edmund Hall, matric. 3 April, 1612, aged 16.
Cox, Richards. Richard, of Norton, Wilts, sacerd. St. Edmund Hall, matric. 31 May, 1633, aged 17; B.A. 20 Oct., 1636, M.A. 4 July, 1639, perhaps rector of Boxwell, co. Gloucester, 1640. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cox, Richardarm. Trinity Coll., matric. 25 July, 1655.
Cox, Richards. Jonas, of Willenhall, co. Stafford, paup. Jesus Coll., matric. 22 March, 1687-8, aged 19 (subscribed as of Balliol Coll.); B.A. from Balliol Coll. 1691, M.A. 1694. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cox, Richards. John, of Tarleton, co. Gloucester, gent. Queen's Coll., matric. 22 Oct., 1689, aged 16; B.A. 1693, M.A. 1696, as Coxe, brother of Robert 1694. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Coxe, Richards. Rich., of Calne, Wilts, arm. Wadham Coll., matric. 9 July, 1709, aged 16. [26]
Cox, Roberts. Rob., of Wolverhampton, co. Stafford, pleb. Pembroke Coll., matric. 20 March, 1673-4, aged 17; B.A. 1677, M.A. 1680.
Coxe, Roberts. John, of Tarleton, co. Gloucester, gent. Merton Coll., matric. 19 Nov., 1694, aged 16; of Lincoln's Inn 1697, brother of Richard 1689. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Coxe, Rogerof Oxon, pleb. Gloucester Hall, matric. 2 April, 1587, aged 19.
Coxe, Sethof co. Gloucester, gent. Magdalen Coll., matric.-entry under date 9 Dec., 1579, aged 19; see also Cocks. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. [30]
Cox, Theophiluss. Jos., of Stanford, Berks, gent. Pembroke Coll., matric. 2 Dec., 1707, aged 17 (called 'Theod' in Mat. Reg.).
Cox, Thomassecular chaplain; B.Can.L. (sup. 4 June) 1519.
Cox, Thomasof Wilts, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 10 Nov., 1592, aged 23.
Cox, Thomasof Dorset, pleb. Trinity Coll., matric. 26 Oct., 1621, aged 17.
Coxe, Thomass. Thomas, of Sutton Mallett, Somerset, pleb. Wadham Coll., matric. 4 Nov., 1631, aged 16. [35]
Coxe, Thomas(s. Thomas, of Somerset); B.A. from Emanuel Coll., Cambridge, 1635, M.A. 1638, D.Med. Padua Dec., 1641, incorp. 15 Oct., 1646, a physician in the parliamentary army, fellow College of Physicians 1649, treasurer 1676-80, president 1682, one of the original fellows of the Royal Society, died 'apud Portum Iccium' (i.e., Morini, perhaps near Calais) 1684-5, probably father of the next named. See Munk's Roll, i. 247; Fasti, ii. 93; & D.N.B.
Coxe, Thomasdoctoris fil. nat. max. Christ Church, matric. 12 Oct., 1659; B.Med. from Jesus Coll., Cambridge, incorp. 12 July, 1664.
Cox, Thomass. Thomas, of Putney, Surrey, tailor, admitted sizar of St. John's Coll., Cambridge, 6 June, 1661, aged 16; B.A. 1664, fellow, M.A. 1668 (incorp. 13 July, 1669), B.D. 1676, rector of St. Ethelburga, London, 1676. See St. Paul's School Reg., 51; Mayor, 151; & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cox, Thomasof Newbery, Berks, pleb. St. Edmund Hall, matric. 31 Jan., 1679-80, B.A. 1683; M.A. from New Coll. 1686. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cox, Thomass. Joh., of Clent, co. Stafford, gent. Pembroke Coll., matric. 2 June, 1685, aged 18; B.A. 7 March, 1688-9, M.A. 1691. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cox, Thomass. Th., of Melbury, Dorset, gent. Wadham Coll., matric. 4 March, 1688-9, aged 17; scholar 1690, B.A. 1692, M.A. 1695, vicar of Stinford, Dorset, 1694, and rector of Mapowder 1715. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cox, Thomass. Peter, of Oxford (city), gent. Wadham Coll., matric. 17 July, 1708, aged 15; fellow Merton Coll., B.A. 20 March, 1711-12, M.A. 1714, B.Med. 1720, D.Med. 1730. [5]
Cox, Thomass. Jo., of Clent, co. Stafford, pleb. Pembroke Coll., matric. 10 Oct., 1709, aged 17; B.A. 1713.
Cox, Thomass. William, of Belbroughton, co. Worcester, pleb. Pembroke Coll., matric. 21 May, 1713, aged 17; B.A. 20 March, 1716-17, M.A. 1720, rector of Upton Warren, co. Worcester, 1722. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cox, Thomass. T., of Thedingworth, co. Leicester, arm. Trinity Coll., matric. 6 Nov., 1714, aged 19, B.A. 1718; M.A. from Balliol Coll. 16 Jan., 1722-3, perhaps beneficed in Essex. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cox, Walter (or Cocks)chaplain; B.Can.L. 19 Dec., 1515, one of these names beneficed in Somersetshire. See Weaver.
Cox, William (Cockys)Dominican; B.D. (sup. 23 May) 1527. [10]
Cox, Williamof Middlesex, pleb. Hart Hall, matric.-entry under date 1568, aged 15.
Coxe, WilliamB.A. 5 July, 1576.
Cox, Williamof Northants, pleb. Christ Church, matric. 20 Nov., 1580, aged 24; student 1580, B.A. 30 Jan., 1581-2, M.A. 10 Feb., 1584-5. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cox, Williamof Wilts, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 16 Oct., 1583, aged 17.
CoxeWilliam; B.A. from Oriel Coll. 17 Feb., 1595-6, M.A. 6 July, 1599, a divine in Chichester, one of these names rector of Felpham, Sussex, 1610-15, and canon of Chichester 1611, rector of Slindon 1613, and of Marston or Merston, Sussex, 1616, and perhaps died precentor of Chichester 29 Jan., 1631-2, father of William 1632. See Le Neve, i. 266; Notes and Queries, 4 S., ii. 584; Ath., i. 124; & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [15]
Cox, Williamof Wilts, gent. Balliol Coll., matric. 16 Oct., 1607, aged 16; fellow Merton Coll. 1613, B.A. 16 Feb., 1613-14, M.A. 19 June, 1618, vicar of Embleton, Northumberland, 1622, until his death there in 1657, succeeded by his son William. See O.H.S., iv. 280.
Cox, Williamof Wilts, pleb. All Souls' Coll., matric. 19 Nov., 1619, aged 20. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Cox, Williamborn at Southampton, s. William, of Chichester, Sussex, gent. New Coll., matric. 4 May, 1632, aged 20; fellow, B.A. 8 May, 1633, bar.-at-law, Middle Temple, 1642, an ancient barrister, and keeper of the library, buried in the body of the Temple Church 18 April, 1655. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Cox, Williamof New Coll.; created D.D. 31 Jan., 1642-3, perhaps incorp. at Cambridge 1654, rector of St. Columb Major, Cornwall, 1643, one of these names sequestered from the rectories of Warneford Hants, and of Stoke, Sussex, 1646. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Add. MS., 15,670, p. 119.
Cox, Williams. William, of Gloucester (city), pleb. Oriel Coll., matric. 20 March, 1634-5, aged 18; demy Magdalen Coll. 1637-44, B.A. 23 June, 1638, M.A. 5 June, 1641, probationary fellow 1644, expelled by the parliamentary visitors 1648, restored 1660, resigned 1664, rector of Slimbridge, co. Gloucester, 1662, licenced 26 Dec., 1663 (about 40) to marry Katharine, daughter of Thomas Chamberlaine, of Oddington, co. Gloucester; died in 1667. See Bloxam, v. 152; & Burrows. [20]
Coxe, WilliamM.A. St. Andrew's University; incorp. from Merton Coll. 14 April, 1648, fellow Brasenose Coll. (query: incorp. at Cambridge 1651), vicar of Berwick-upon-Tweed 1662, and of Embledon, Northumberland, 1667, until his death there 16 May, 1672, probably father of Henry 1677. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus; Ath. Ox., i. lxxi.; & Burrows, 80.
Coxe, Williamgent. Balliol Coll., matric. 19 March, 1648-9; query: fellow Jesus Coll. 1648, by the visitors, and B.A. 27 June, 1649. See Burrows, 504.
Cox, Williams. Joh., of Clent, co. Stafford, p.p. Pembroke Coll., matric. 3 July, 1677, aged 17, B.A. from New Inn Hall 1681; incorp. at Cambridge 1688, M.A. from King's Coll. 1688.
Cox, Williams. William, of Ninehed, Somerset, pleb. Balliol Coll., matric. 28 March, 1683, aged 24.
Cox, Williams. Hen., of London, cler. Merton Coll., matric. 26 Oct., 1703, aged 14; B.A. 1708, M.A. 1710. [25]
Cox, Williams. Tho., of Thedingworth, co. Leicester, pleb. Trinity Coll., matric. 14 March, 1710-11, aged 17; B.A. 9 March, 1714-15, perhaps beneficed in Leicester. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cox, Williams. James, of Stafford, Somerset, gent. St. John's Coll., matric. 26 March, 1713, aged 18; B.A. 1716 (as Thomas), rector of Kingsdon, Somerset, 1719. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Coxedd, Humphreyof Berks, pleb. Queen's Coll., matric. 15 Oct., 1585, aged 15; demy Magdalen Coll. 1586-93, B.A. 11 Feb., 1590-1. See Bloxam, iv. 226.
Coxed, Johns. George, of Welsford, Berks, gent. New Coll., matric. 26 July, 1681, aged 20; B.A. 1685, M.A. 14 Jan., 1688-9, rector of Bucknell, 1692, until 1710. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Coxeter, Benjamins. Ric., of Brampton, Oxon, gent. Gloucester Hall, matric. 24 May, 1694, aged 11; B.A. 1 March, 1697-8, M.A. 1700, brother of Richard and Thomas. [30]
Coxeter, Georges. G(eorge), of Brampton, Oxon, gent. Wadham Coll., matric. 26 Jan., 1676-7, aged 16; B.A. 1680, bar.-at-law, Middle Temple, 1687. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Coxeter, Nicholas (Coxiter)of Berks, pleb. Broadgates Hall, matric. 10 Nov., 1615, aged 18; B.A. from Magdalen Hall 23 Oct., 1619, M.A. 26 June, 1622, vicar of Dunstew, Oxon, 1625. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Coxeter, Richards. R(ichard), of Brampton, Oxon, gent. St. Edmund Hall, matric. 18 Nov., 1684, aged 18; bar.-at-law, Middle Temple, 1704, brother of Benjamin 1694, and of the next named. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Coxeter, Thomass. Richard, of Brampton, Oxon, gent. Christ Church, matric. 18 March, 1685-6, aged 17; B.A. 1689, M.A. 1692, rector of Writhlington, Somerset, 1697, and vicar of Midsomer Norton 1700. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Coxeter, Thomass. Geor., of London, arm. Trinity Coll., matric. 7 July, 1705, aged 16, 'was very curious in old plays,' edited an edition of the dramatic works of Thos. May, Esq., died at his house in Bridewell precincts on Sunday, 19 April, 1747. See Rawlinson, v. 56, xvi. 453; & D.N.B.
Coxhed, Raynouldof Hants, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 8 Nov., 1588, aged 13.
Coxhead, Thomass. Th., of Oxford (city), paup. New Inn Hall, matric. 26 March, 1686, aged 17; B.A. from St. Alban Hall 20 Feb., 1689-90, M.A. from Magdalen Hall 14 Jan., 1717-18, vicar of Thundridge, Herts, 1696. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Coxon, Hammondof co. Lincoln, pleb. Magdalen Coll., matric. 24 Nov., 1581, aged 18; B.A. 9 Feb., 1585-6, rector of Skegness, co. Lincoln, 1594. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Coxton, John (Cokxton)chaplain; B.Can.L. 12 Feb., 1508-9, vicar of South Petherton, Somerset, 1504, and of Ninehead 1508. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [5]
Coxwell, Charless. Jo., of Ablington, parish Bibury, co. Gloucester, gent. New Inn Hall, matric. 26 Feb., 1679-80, aged 18.
Coxwell, Henryof co. Gloucester, gent. Christ Church, matric. 7 May, 1602, aged 17.
Coxwell, Henrys. Samuel, of Cirencester, co. Gloucester, gent. Magdalen Hall, matric. 27 March, 1640, aged 15; of Lincoln's Inn 1645, brother of John 1635. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Coxwell, Henrys. John, of Turkdean, co. Gloucester, gent. Oriel Coll., matric. 15 March, 1677-8, aged 17; of the Middle Temple 1680, brother of John 1673. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Coxwell, Johns. Samuel, of Cirencester, co. Gloucester, gent. Magdalen Hall, matric. 6 Nov., 1635, aged 16; of Lincoln's Inn, 1638, brother of Henry 1640. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. [10]
Coxwell, Johns. John, of Turkdean, co. Gloucester, gent. Corpus Christi Coll., matric. 14 Feb., 1672-3, aged 16, brother of Henry 1678.
Coxwell, Nathanielof co. Gloucester, pleb. University Coll., matric. 30 Oct., 1584, aged 12; of the Middle Temple 1594 (as son and heir of John, of Cirencester, co. Gloucester), of Ablington, co. Gloucester, J.P. 1623. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Coxwell, Richards. John, of Preston, co. Gloucester, gent. Lincoln Coll., matric. 26 Oct., 1677, aged 16.
Coxwell, Samuelof co. Gloucester, gent. Christ Church, matric. 7 May, 1602, aged 15.
Coyett, (Sir) William Juliuscreated M.A. 17 April, 1667 (son of Peter Julius Coyett, lord of Lynbygord & Bengsboda, Swedish ambassador at St. James'), resident for the King of Sweden in the court of Oliver Cromwell, knighted 3 May, 1656, envoy extraordinary from Sweden to the states of Holland and West Friesland. See Fasti, ii. 300. [15]
Coyne, Thomasof co. Stafford, 'arm. fil. nat. max.' Balliol Coll., matric. 29 Feb., 1599-1600, aged 15; called Coyney in Mat. Reg.
Coys, Williamof London, gent. Brasenose Coll., matric.-entry under date 20 Dec., 1577, aged 17.
Coysh, Elishagent. Pembroke Coll., matric. 27 Nov., 1650; '9 years student in medicine,' D.Med. 30 June, 1657, fellow of College of Physicians 1673, born 30 Jan., 1631 (only son of Richard, skinner or leatherseller), entered Merchant Taylors' School 1647, buried in St. Mary, Aldermary, 19 Jan., 1685. See Robinson, i. 181; & Munk's Roll, i. 367.
Coysh, Johns, Humfrey, of Chudleigh, Devon, gent. Exeter Coll., matric. 2 Dec., 1631, aged 18; bar.-at-law, Inner Temple, 1644, as of Lyons Inn. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Coyte, Williams. William, of Modburye, Devon, pleb. Exeter Coll., matric. 9 Sept., 1634, aged 19. [20]
Coyte, Williams. William, of Shepton Mallett, Somerset, p.p. Balliol Coll., matric. 15 May, 1697, aged 16, B.A. 1700; incorp. at Cambridge 1722, M.A. from Catherine Hall 1722, vicar of Tuddenham 1708, rector of Hintlesham 1709, & of Brantham 1722, all in Suffolk. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Coytmor, Arthurof co. Carnarvon, pleb. Hart Hall., matric. 9 Nov., 1621, aged 19; B.A. 26 Jan., 1623-4, created B.D. 31 Aug., 1636, rector of Burmarsh, Kent, 1633. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Coytmor, Georges. Robert, of Tue Mawr (Coytmor), co. Carnarvon, arm. Christ Church, matric. 14 May, 1674, aged 17; of the Inner Temple 1675. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Coytmore, Lewispleb. Jesus Coll., matric. 10 March, 1656-7, B.A. 1660, M.A. 1663, rector of Eglwyssail, Anglesey, 1669. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Coytmor, Richards. Rich., of Criccieth, co. Carnarvon, pleb. Jesus Coll., matric. 10 April, 1663, aged 20; B.A. from St. Alban Hall 9 March, 1664-5, vicar of Whitford, Flints, 1668, rector of Aber, co. Carnarvon, 1679. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [25]
Coytmor, Roberts. George, of Gavalk, co. Carnarvon (? Gavellia, co. Denbigh), arm. Jesus Coll., matric. 20 Oct., 1708, aged 16.
Cozens, Edwards. Ric., of Castle Cary, Somerset, p.p. Queen's Coll., matric. 23 March, 1707-8, aged 18, B.A. 1711; incorp. at Cambridge 1730, M.A. from Magdalen Coll. 1730, rector of Yarlington, Somerset, 1723. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cozens, Gideons. Matthew, of Hay, Cornwall, gent. Queen's Coll., matric. 21 Feb., 1661-2, aged 16; bar.-at-law, Middle Temple, 1669, as Cousins, etc. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Cozens, Johnof Trinity Coll., 1572. See Cosins.
Cozens, Leonards. Henr., of All Cannings, Wilts, pleb. Hart Hall, matric. 24 March, 1697-8, aged 18; rector of Bradstone, Devon, 1709. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [30]
Cozens, Thomass. Edm., of Oxford (city), gent. St. Alban Hall, matric. 16 Oct., 1675, aged 15.
Crabb, Brookes. William, of Breminster (? Breamore), Hants, cler. Exeter Coll., matric. 18 March, 1686-7, aged 16; B.A. 1690, M.A. 1693.
Crab, Joels. Joh., of Bradpole, Devon (? Dorset), p.p. Exeter Coll., matric. 3 April, 1674, aged 17.
Crabb, Johns. Richard, of Milton Abbott, Devon, pleb. Exeter Coll., matric. 9 Sept., 1634, aged 16; B.A. 30 Oct., 1638, vicar of Maristow, Devon, 1663. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Crabb, Johns. Henry, of Chardstock, Dorset, pleb. New Inn Hall, matric. 14 June, 1661, aged 19. [35]
Crabb, Johns. William, of Child-Okeford, Dorset, cler. Exeter Coll., matric. 7 April, 1682, aged 16; B.A. 1685, fellow 1687-94, M.A. 1688, minister of Breamore Chapel, Hants, 38 years chaplain to William, Duke of Manchester; licenced, 31 Oct., 1693, to marry Dorothy Waller, of Beaconsfield, Bucks, spinster; rector of Tarrant Hinton 1712-48, and vicar of Tarrant Monkton 1705-49, died in 1749. See Boase, 82; Rawlinson, i. 305; & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Crabb, Johns. William, of Child-Okeford, Dorset, cler. Exeter Coll., matric. 27 March, 1710, aged 17; B.A. 1713, M.A. 1717, rector of Hammoon or Ham Mohun, Dorset, 1719, and of Child-Okeford Inferior, Dorset, 1747-53. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Crabb, Josephborn in Sandwich, Kent, s. Henry, of Ireland, sacerd. Wadham Coll., matric. 31 March, 1637, aged 18; scholar 1639, B.A. 4 Dec., 1641, vicar of Axminster, Devon, 1662. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Gardiner, 137.
Crabb, Josephs. William, of Child-Okeford, Dorset, cler. Exeter Coll., matric. 18 July, 1691, aged 16, B.A. 1695; M.A. from Gloucester Hall 1705, sub-librarian Bodleian. See Rawlinson, i. 272.
Crabbe, Launcelotof Dorset, pleb. Trinity Coll., matric. 19 Sept., 1600, aged 19.
Crab, Nathaniels. John, of South Petherwin, Cornwall, pleb. Christ Church, matric. 8 Dec., 1637, aged 17; rector of Sutcombe, Devon, 1648, father of the next named. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Crab, Nathaniels. Nathan., of Sutcombe, Devon, pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric. 11 May, 1669, aged 17. [5]
Crabb, Richardof Dorset, pleb. Trinity Coll., matric. 26 Oct., 1621, aged 18.
Crabb, WilliamB.A. from New Inn Hall 4 July, 1648, possibly rector of Child-Okeford Inferior, Dorset, 1661, and Superior 1663. See Burrows, 38; & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Crabb, Williams. William, of Child-Okeford, Dorset, minister. Wadham Coll., matric. 17 July, 1669, aged 15, B.A. 1673; fellow of Exeter Coll. 1674-87, M.A. 21 Feb., 1675-6, B.D. 19 March, 1686-7, rector of Child-Okeford Inferior 1687, of Hammoon 1707-19, and of Bloxworth, Dorset, 1723, buried 12 Aug., 1747, aged 95, perhaps father of Brooke Crabb. See Boase, 78; & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Crabb, Williams. William, of Child-Okeford, Dorset, cler. Exeter Coll., matric. 15 March, 1713-14, aged 17.
Crabtre, JohnB.A. from Balliol Coll. 16 Oct., 1623. [10]
Cracher, Nicolas1523. See Kratcher.
Cracrofte, Johnof co. Lincoln, gent. Lincoln Coll., matric.-entry under date 20 Dec., 1577, aged 16.
Cracraft, Leonardof Magdalen Hall in or before 1572 (son of William, of Burgh, co. Lincoln), baptized there 13 Oct., 1546, buried there 5 Sept., 1582.
Cracroft, Thomasof co. Lincoln; fellow of Magdalen Coll. by the parliamentary visitors 1648, created M.A. 14 April, 1648, proctor 1654, B.D. 13 March, 1659-60, D.D. Cambridge per Literas Regias 1678 (3rd son of George, of Fulnet by and of Burgh, co. Lincoln), made his will at York 10 March, 1697-8, proved there 5 Aug., 1704. See Burrows, 86, 171.
Cracroft, Thomass. Charles, of Louth, co. Lincoln, gent. New Coll., matric. 18 June, 1701, aged 19; B.A. 1713. [15]
Cracroft, Thomasof co. Lincoln, gent. Lincoln Coll., matric. 19 Nov., 1591, aged 18.
Craddock, Edwardstudent of Christ Church 1552, B.A. 11 Jan., 1555-6, M.A. 5 Dec., 1558, B.D. 29 Oct., 1565, D.D. 18 Feb., 1565-6, Lady Margaret reader of divinity 1565-94, rector of St. Mary Aldermary 1570. See Ath., i. 632; Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus; & D.N.B.
Craddock, Franciss. F., of Hemington, Somerset, p.p. Lincoln Coll., matric. 4 Dec., 1674, aged 18; B.A. 1678, rector of Axbridge, Somerset, 1682, canon of Wells 1688. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cradocke, Johnof Hants, pleb. New Coll., matric. — March, 1590-1, aged 18; B.C.L. 30 April, 1599, D.C.L. 11 July, 1617, perhaps rector of Bradford Peverell, Dorset, 1602, and of Warnford, Hants, 1607, canon of Chichester 1610, rector of Birdham, Sussex, 1616, father of Thomas 1621, and of Mountjoy 1632. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Fasti, i. 373.
Cradocke, Johnof co. Gloucester, pleb. St. Mary Hall, matric. 12 Oct., 1604, aged 23; vicar of Kempley, co. Gloucester, 1607, father of John 1631. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [20]
Cradocke, Johnof co. Monmouth, gent. Oriel Coll., matric. 14 Feb., 1605-6, aged 17.
Cradocke, Johns. John, of Kempley, co. Gloucester, sacerd. Brasenose Coll., matric. 9 Dec., 1631, aged 17; B.A. from Balliol Coll. 8 May, 1635, M.A. 25 June, 1639 (as Crafford).
Cradock, Johns. William, of Slimbridge, co. Gloucester, doctoris. Magdalen Hall, matric. 18 Feb., 1713-14, aged 18; B.A. 1718.
Cradock, Josephs. J., of Leicester (town), gent. Wadham Coll., matric. 16 March, 1686-7, aged 18, B.A. 1690; incorp. at Cambridge 1700, M.A. from Clare Hall 1700, rector of Markfield, co. Leicester, 1699, and of Kelmarsh, Northants, 1700, his father mayor of Leicester 1687. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cradocke, MatthewB.A. 26 Jan., 1579-80, one of these names rector of Hasguard, co. Pembroke, 1581. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [25]
Cradocke, Morgans. Ph(ilip), of Llanrhidian, co. Glamorgan, p.p. Jesus Coll., matric. 13 July, 1666, aged 17; B.A. 1670, of Cheriton and CwrtRhyd-hir, co. Glamorgan, a deputy seneschal of Penmark Manor, 2 James I., 1604.
Cradocke, Mountjoyborn in Hants, s. John, of Chichester, Sussex, sacerd. New Coll., matric. 23 March, 1631-2, aged 21; B.A. 8 May, 1633, rector of Alexton, co. Leicester, 1642, and of Hallaton (south mediety) 1660, canon of Chichester 1669, brother of Thomas 1621. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cradocke, Samuelof co. Pembroke, pleb. Queen's Coll., matric. 24 Oct., 1600, aged 17, B.A. 14 June, 1604; M.A. from St. Mary Hall 27 June, 1607, then in orders (incorp. at Cambridge 1623), vicar of Horsley, co. Gloucester, 1609, of Greetham 1620, of Hornfield 1621, and of Thistleton 1623, all in Rutland. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cradock, Samuelfellow of Emanuel Coll., Cambridge, B.A. 1641, M.A. 1644 (incorp. 10 Oct., 1649), B.D. 1651, sequestered to rectory of Berkhampstead Parva, Herts, 1645, but relinquished it without officiating, sequestered to Baughurst rectory, Hants, 1645, rector of North Cadbury, Somerset, 1656, until removed for nonconformity 1662, living at Wickhambrook, Suffolk, 1678, died at Bishops Stortford 7 Oct., 1706, aged 86. See Calamy, iii. 178; Add. MSS., 15,669 & 15,670; Fasti, ii. 123; & D.N.B.
Craddocke, ThomasB.A. 8 April, 1527, one of these names rector of Aston Tirrold, Bucks, 1549. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [30]
Cradocke, Thomasof co. Southampton, doctoris fil. Hart Hall, matric. 12 Oct., 1621, aged 16; B.A. 12 March, 1623-4 (son of John 1591), brother of Mountjoy 1632.
Cradock, ThomasB.A. from Trinity Hall., Cambridge, 1653, incorp. as M.A. 14 July, 1657, bar.-atlaw, Gray's Inn, 1658 (as son and heir of Joseph, of Harperley Hall, co. Durham, D.C.L., after a knight), M.P. Richmond, Yorks, 1678-81, died 25 Feb., 1689-90. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Cradocke, Thomass. William, of Winchester, gent. Magdalen Hall, matric. 23 Nov., 1666, aged 18; demy Magdalen Coll. 1667-71, B.A. 1670, fellow 1671-9, M.A. 1673, public orator 1677, until his death 22 March, 1678-9, aged 31, father of the next named. See Gutch, i. 339; Bloxam, v. 274; & Ath., i., pp. lxxviii. & lxxxiv.
Cradocke, Williams. William, of Winchester, Hants, gent. Magdalen Hall, matric. 26 March, 1675, aged 16; demy Magdalen Coll. 1676-9, B.A. 1678, fellow 1679-92, M.A. 1681, proctor 1689, B.D. 1690, D.D. 1693, expelled by the commissioners of James II. in 1687, restored 1688, rector of Astonjuxta-Birmingham 1687, of Woodeaton, Oxon, 1690, and of Slymbridge, co. Gloucester, 1692, until his death 24 Nov., 1692, father of John, 1714. See Rawlinson, v. 43; & Bloxam, vi. 10.
Cradock, Williams. Richard, of Highgate, Middlesex, gent. Christ Church, matric. 30 June, 1696, aged 20; of the Inner Temple 1695, and of the Middle Temple 1699. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Cradock, WilliamB.A. from Jesus Coll., Cambridge, 1697, M.A. 1701, incorp. 11 July, 1710, rector of Swinnerton, co. Stafford, 1703, and of Donington, Salop, 1705. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cradock, Williams. Nath., of Cossington, co. Leicester, gent. Lincoln Coll., matric. 30 May, 1711, aged 17; B.A. 1715.
Cradoe, WilliamB.A.; B.C.L. (sup. 17 June) 1510.
Crafts, RobertB.A. from Magdalen Coll, 20 March, 1590-1. [6]
Crafts, Thomass. John, of Curry Rivell, Somerset, p.p. St. John's Coll., matric. 22 March, 1672-3, aged 18.
Cragge, Christopherof co. Gloucester, 'cler. fil.' Queen's Coll., matric. 15 Dec., 1615, aged 17; B.A. 17 Dec., 1619, one of these names rector of Saintbury, co. Gloucester, 1602, etc. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cragg, George'cler. fil.' Pembroke Coll., matric. 27 July, 1652.
Cragge, JohnM.A. 21 June, 1514, of Brasenose Coll., one of these names canon of Hereford 1524, made his will 2 Aug., 1550, proved 6 March, 1552-3. See Le Neve, i. 506. [10]
Cragge, Richardstudent of Christ Church 1618, from Westminster School, B.A. 22 Feb., 1622-3; of St. Giles-in-the-Fields, clerk, licenced 18 Jan., 1631-2 (then 30) to marry Anne Bingham, of St. Giles, spinster; vicar of South and Middle Littleton, co. Worcester, died 1666. See Alumni West., 87.
Cragge, Robertof London, pleb. Christ Church, matric. 31 May, 1583, aged 15.
Cragge, Williamsubscribed 23 April, 1613; B.A. from Magdalen Hall 19 Oct., 1614, M.A. 28 June, 1617, incorp. at Cambridge 1621, of the Inner Temple 1608, as of Ickenham, Middlesex. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Craig, Johna Scot, D.Med. Basle University; incorp. 30 Aug., 1605, first physician to James I., fellow College of Physicians 1604 (son of Sir Thomas Craig, an eminent lawyer), died before 10 April, 1620. See Munk's Roll, i. 116, 170; Fasti, i. 310; & D.N.B.
Craikar, Giles (Craykar)of Oxon, 'cler. fil.' Trinity Coll., matric. 28 Feb., 1616-17, aged 17; B.A. 28 June, 1620, M.A. 26 May, 1623. [15]
Craikar, John (Craker)of co. Gloucester, pleb. Hart Hall, matric.-entry under date 1568, aged 18; 'famulus Mri. Nele,' B.A. 15 Feb., 1571-2, M.A. 27 June, 1577, rector of Broughton, Oxon, 1583, and of Tadmarton 1590. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Craikar, Samuelof Oxon, gent. Exeter Coll., matric. 16 Oct., 1601, aged 18.
Craikar, Timothyof Oxon, gent. Exeter Coll., matric. 16 Oct., 1601, aged 28; chaplain New Coll., B.A. 4 July, 1605, M.A. from Exeter Coll. 20 June, 1609.
Crakanthorp, Christophergent. Queen's Coll., matric. 12 Feb., 1651-2; of Newbiggin, Westmorland, son of Richard.
Crakanthroppe, Georgeof Westmorland, gent. Queen's Coll., matric. 18 May, 1604, aged 17 B.A. from St. Edmund Hall 4 Feb., 1607-8, vicar of Great Saling, Essex, 1617, and of Great Barton, Suffolk, 1623, rector of Bradwell, Essex, 1639. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [20]
Crakanthrop, Henryof Westmorland, gent. Queen's Coll., matric. 2 March, 1592-3, aged 17.
Crakanthorppe, Lancelotof Westmorland, gent. Queen's Coll., matric. 12 March, 1596-7, aged 15.
Crakanthorp, Richardof Westmorland, gent. Queen's Coll., matric. 13 Dec., 1583, aged 16; B.A. 28 June, 1587, M.A. 1 July, 1590, B.D. 12 July, 1597, fellow 1598, D.D. 17 July, 1606, 'scriptor celeberrimus,' incorp. at Cambridge 1612, chaplain to Lord Evers, when ambassador to Germany 1603, chaplain to Dr. Ravis, bishop of London, chaplain in ordinary to the king, rector of Black Notley, Essex, 1605, and of Paglesham, 1617, until his death, buried at Black Notley 25 Nov., 1624. See Ath., ii. 361; D.N.B.; & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Crakanthropp, Williamof Westmorland, gent. Queen's Coll., matric. 3 May, 1605, aged 19; B.A. 7 July, 1613, vicar of Appleby St. Laurence 1624, rector of Bootle, Cumberland, 1628, and of Brougham, Westmorland, 1629. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cranage, ThomasB.A. from St. John's Coll., Cambridge, 1619, as 'Crannidge,' incorp. as M.A. 10 May, 1628, B.D. from Brasenose Coll. 6 July, 1629. [25]
Cranch, Richards. Ric., of Bigbury, Devon, pleb. Exeter Coll., matric. 31 March, 1701, aged 18; B.A. 1704, M.A. 1707, rector of Diptford, Devon, 1721. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Crandon, Williamof Devon, pleb. Exeter Coll., matric.-entry under date 3 Dec., 1575, aged 16; a paup. scholar, circa 1572.
Crane, JohnB.A. 16 July, 1536. See a contemporary Cooper, i. 461.
Crane, John (or Atkinson)of London, pleb. Trinity Coll., matric.-entry under date 12 Dec., 1572, aged 19; 'Mro. Hindmer tutori dialect,' scholar 1572, B.A. 24 May, 1574.
Crane, RobertB.A. 7 Feb., 1571-2; fellow Balliol Coll. 1572-83, M.A. 21 June, 1575, proctor 1580 and 1581, principal New Inn Hall 1586-93. See O.H.S., xii. 12. [30]
Crane, Thomasstudent Christ Church 1576, from Westminster School, B.A. 26 Jan., 1579-80; M.A. 6 Feb., 1582-3, incorp. at Cambridge 1584, perhaps rector of South Cadbury, Somerset, 1587, and father of the next named. See Alumni West., 53.
Crane, Thomas (Craine)of Somerset, 'cler. fil.' New Coll., matric. 12 Oct., 1610, aged 19; B.A. 9 May, 1614, M.A. 17 Jan., 1617-18, B.D. 26 July, 1628, canon of Wells 1620, etc. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Crane, Thomasof Surrey, pleb. Balliol Coll., matric. 6 July, 1613, aged 18; B.A. 17 May, 1614, M.A. 10 June, 1619, B.D. 22 June, 1630, rector of St. Laurence, Old Jewry, London, 1631, until sequestered 1644, rector of West Walton, Norfolk, 1649. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Add. MSS., 15,669 and 15,670.
Crane, Thomas (Craine)pleb. Exeter Coll., matric. 13 Feb., 1648-9; M.A. from Gloucester Hall 6 July, 1655, rector of Rampisham, Dorset, ejected at the restoration, died in 1714, aged 84, father of Thomas 1678. See Calamy, ii. 148; & D.N.B.
Crane, Thomass. Thomas, of Lathom, co. Lancaster, pleb., p.p. Brasenose Coll., matric. 1 April, 1664, aged 19; B.A. 1667, M.A. 1670, curate of Winchester, co. Lancaster, a nonjuror. See Fasti ii. 319. [35]
Crane, Thomas (Craine)s. Th., of Bemister, Dorset, pleb. Exeter Coll., matric. 14 May, 1678, aged 16; B.A. 1681, as Crane.
Crane, Williamof Northants, pleb. Oriel Coll., matric. 27 Oct., 1615, aged 19; B.A. from Gloucester Hall 23 Jan., 1617-18, perhaps ejected from vicarage of Irthlington 1662. See Calamy, iii. 31.
Crane, William; B.A. from New Coll. 8 Feb.1625-6, M.A. 21 June, 1628, rector of Isle Abbotts, Somerset, 1637. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cranforde, James'cler. fil.' Balliol Coll., matric. 20 Nov., 1618, aged 15; B.A. 17 Oct., 1621 (incorp. at Cambridge 1623), M.A. 10 June, 1624 (s. James, master of the free school at Coventry), rector of Brockhall or Brockhold, Northants, 1627-43, and of St. Christopher le Stocks, London, 1643, until his death 27 April, 1657, buried there, brother of Samuel. See Ath., iii. 430; Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus; & D.N.B.
Cranford, JamesM.A. from Magdalen Hall 8 July, 1651 (? B.A. from Pembroke Coll., Cambridge, 1648), perhaps son of the last named, rector of St. Christopher le Stocks, 1657, until his death Aug., 1660. See Ath., iii. 431; & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [5]
Cranford, NathanielM.A. from Magdalen Coll. 24 Oct., 1634, rector of Brockhall, Northants, 1643. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cranford, Nathaniel'cler. fil.' St. John's Coll., matric. 13 Nov., 1650, B.A. 29 March, 1652, M.A. 4 July, 1655, born 25 Feb., 1633 (4th son of James, B.D.) and admitted to Merchant Taylors' School 1644, rector of Ellesfield, Hants, 1662-8. See Robinson, i. 161; & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cranford, Nathaniels. Joh., of Elsfield, Hants, cler. New Inn Hall, matric. 22 March, 1685-6, aged 17; B.A. 1689, perhaps son of the last named Nathaniel rather than of a John.
Cranford, Samuels. James, of Coventry, co. Warwick, sacerd. Trinity Coll., matric. 7 Nov., 1634, aged 18; B.A. 11 Feb., 1636-7, fellow, M.A. 23 March, 1639-40, inventory at Oxford 17 Oct., 1645, as Crawford, brother of James 1618.
Cranke, Edwards. Edward, of Birmingham, co. Warwick, gent. Trinity Coll., matric. 18 March, 1691-2, aged 15; B.A. 1695, fellow, M.A. 1698, proctor 1706, B.D. 1708, tutor to John Willes (after attorney-general), preacher of Lincoln's Inn 1733-5, rector of Stonesfield, Oxon, 1719, vicar of Great Waltham, Essex, 1721, rector of Hatford 1721, and vicar of Stanford-in-the-Vale, Berks, 1732, until his death 28 June, 1756. See Chester's Westminster Abbey, 48; Rawlinson, v. 135; & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [10]
Cranley, Charless. Tho., of Winchester, Hants, gent. Trinity Coll., matric. 10 March, 1702-3, aged 17; B.A. 1706, M.A. 1709, rector of Winnall, Hants, 1708, of Nursling 1708, and of Michelmersh 1712. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cranley, Thomasarchbishop of Dublin 1397. See Cotton's Fasti Ecc. Hib., ii. 16; & D.N.B.
Cranley, Thomasof co. Southampton, gent. St. Mary Hall, matric. 8 March, 1605-6, aged 17.
Cranmer, Georges. Edmund; fellow of New Coll. 1559, died in 1563. See Ath., i. 901.
Cranmer, Georgescholar of Corpus Christi Coll., 10 Jan., 1577-8 (exhibitioner from Merchant Taylors' School 1581-3), B.A. 29 May, 1583, fellow 1583, M.A. 11 July, 1589 (son of Thomas, and greatnephew of Thomas, archbishop of Canterbury), secretary to Charles, Lord Mountjoy, when in Ireland, slain in a skirmish with the rebels near Carlingford 16 July (? 13 Nov.), 1600, brother of Thomas 1581. See Ath., i. 700; Robinson, i. 17; & D.N.B. [15]
Cranmer, Samueldemy Magdalen Coll. 1568, from Kent, then aged 17, fellow 1572-6, B.A. 1 April, 1573. See Bloxam, iv. 173.
Cranmer, Thomasof Kent, pleb. Magdalen Coll., matric. 24 Nov., 1581, aged 10; subscribed as of Corpus Christi Coll. 2 July, 1585, and enjoyed the exhibition vacated by his brother George, B.A. 25 June, 1589, M.A. 3 April, 1593, B.C.L. 15 May, 1599, became lunatic before 1607, and died at Canterbury in July, 1641, brother of George 1578. See Robinson, i. 17.
Crapon, Thomas'ser.' Exeter Coll., matric. 13 March, 1650-1; B.A. 12 Oct., 1654, M.A. 27 June, 1657, ejected from the rectory of Fifield Bavant 1662, vicar of Stanton St. Bernard, Wilts, 1665, See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Calamy, iii. 365.
Crase, Williamsecular chaplain; B.A. 5 Feb., 1531-2.
Crashaw, Richards. William, cler. Pembroke Coll., Cambridge, matric. 26 March, 1632, scholar, B.A. 1633; fellow of Peter House, Cambridge, 1638, M.A. 1638, incorp. 1641, educated at the Charterhouse, secretary to a cardinal at Rome, canon or chaplain of the church at Loretto, where he died about 1650, his father rector of St. Mary's, Whitechapel. See Marriage Licences, ed. Foster; Fasti, ii. 4; & D.N.B. [20]
Craster, JohnM.A. 27 June, 1577.
Craster, John (Craister)s. Edm., of Craistor, Northumberland, gent. Merton Coll., matric. 10 Dec., 1680.
Craster, John (Craister)fellow of Trinity Coll., Cambridge, B.A. 1701, M.A. 1705 (incorp. 14 July, 1712), B.D. 1712, D.D. 1723.
Craster, Johns. John, of Chester in ye Street, co. Durham, gent. Merton Coll., matric. 4 July, 1712, aged 15; B.A. from Corpus Christi Coll. 1716, bar.-at-law, Gray's Inn, 1722, bencher 1742 (as son and heir of John, of Craster, Northumberland), M.P. Weobly 1754-61, died in Dec., 1763. See Foster's Parliamentary Dictionary.
Cratford, Charlesof co. Worcester, pleb. Balliol Coll., matric. 14 Oct., 1596, aged 18; B.A. 31 May, 1600. [25]
Cratford, Christopherborn in Oxon, s. Charles, of Broadwas, co. Worcester, gent. Balliol Coll., matric. 15 May, 1640, aged 18.
Cratforde, Edwardfellow of All Souls' Coll. 1540, B.A. 2 Oct., 1540, M.A. 29 June, 1544, of Christ Church 1547, a chaplain to Philip and Mary 1555, a 2nd master of Westminster School 1551, vicar of North Petherton, Somerset, 1554-7. See Alumni West., 5; & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Craven, Anthonys. William, of Combe Abbey, co. Warwick, bart. (knight). Balliol Coll., matric. 10 Oct., 1698, aged 15; said to have been born 16 Dec., 1679, and died 6 Sept., 1701, buried in St. Magdalen's Church, Oxford, brother of Robert 1693. See Rugby School Reg., 9.
Craven, John. Wadham Coll.matric. — Jan., 1687-8, 'bart. fil.'; B.A. 1691, M.A. 1694, of the Middle Temple 1691 (as 2nd son of Anthony, of Beenham, Berks, knight and baronet), died in 1713. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Craven, OliverB.A. from Christ's Coll., Cambridge, 1665, incorp. 3 May, 1666, from Trinity Coll. [30]
Craven, Roberts. William, of Newbery, Berks, equitis. Christ Church, matric. 2 Nov., 1693, aged 17; of the Middle Temple 1696 (said to have been born 3 Dec., 1674), M.P. Coventry 1710, died in Nov. of the same year, brother of Anthony 1698. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Craven, William1s. William, of London, militis. Trinity Coll., matric. 11 July, 1623, aged 15; created M.A. 13 Aug., 1636, having been created Lord Craven 12 March, 1626-7, entered the Inner Temple in 1624, knighted at Newmarket 14 March, 1626-7, created Viscount and Earl Craven 16 March, 1663-4, distinguished himself when a youth with the forces under the Prince of Orange, privy councillor 1666, high steward of Cambridge University 1667, colonel of the Coldstream Guards 1670-89, master of the Trinity House 1670, lieut.-general of the forces 1681-9, died 9 April, 1697. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. & D.N.B.
Craven, William2nd lord, created D.C.L. 26 April, 1706 (son and heir of Sir William Craven, of Appletreewick, co. York), lord-lieutenant of Berks 1702, lord palatine of the province of Carolina 1708, born 24 Oct., 1668, died at Combe Abbey, co. Warwick, 9 Oct., 1711. See Foster's Peerage.
Crawforth, JamesB.A. from Magdalen Coll., Cambridge, 1668 (incorp. 13 July, 1669), fellow, M.A. 1672, vicar of Dunchurch, co. Warwick, 1673-81, canon of Lichfield 1673-80, and rector of Frankton, co. Warwick, 1674-80. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Crawley, (Sir) Francisknight (s. Thomas, of Luton, Beds), created D.C.L. 31 Jan., 1642-3, autumn reader Gray's Inn 1623, serjt.-at-law 1623, a judge of Common Pleas 1632, and knighted, disabled by act of parliament 24 Nov., 1645, baptized 4 Jan., 1619, died 13 Feb., 1649, buried at Luton the 20th. See Fasti, ii. 44; & D.N.B.
Crawly, Johnof Bucks, pleb. Magdalen Coll., matric. 8 May, 1601, aged 14; chorister 1596-1604. See Bloxam, i. 27. [5]
Crawley, Johns. Robert, of Dunstable, Beds, gent. Lincoln Coll., matric. 28 Feb., 1688-9, aged 19; B.A. 1692.
Crawley, Richards. Francis, of London, arm. Jesus Coll., matric. 18 June, 1683, aged 17; perhaps M.P. Wendover 1701, and Nov., 1702-5.
Crawley, Thomasof Beds, pleb. Magdalen Coll., admitted 27 June, 1590, aged 10; chorister 1591-6. See Bloxam, i. 26.
Cray, Abrahamof Oxon, pleb. Magdalen Coll., matric. 9 May, 1589, aged 18; B.A. from Magdalen Hall 13 July, 1592, M.A. 7 July, 1596.
Crayford, JohnFranciscan; studied for several years at Oxford and Cambridge, sup. for B.D. (as Minorite) 11 April, 1537, warden of his order at Newcastle-upon-Tyne (surrendered 1539), canon of Durham 1543, vicar of Mitford, Northumberland, 1546-61, spiritual chancellor of the diocese of Durham, made his will 4 Jan., 1561-2. See Cooper, i. 70; & O.H.S., i. 120. [10]
Crayford, Johnfellow of Queen's Coll., Cambridge, 1514, and M.A., sup. for incorporation 24 June, 1521 (proctor 1522); a canon of Cardinal Coll. 1525, B.D. Cambridge; (sup. 4 April, 1530, for incorp. at Oxford) master of Clare Hall 1530, and vicechancellor 1534-5 & 1535-6, D.D. 1535; (sup. in July, 1536, and July, 1546, for incorp. as D.D. at Oxford) fellow of University Coll., Oxford, 1519 or 1539, and master 1546-7, rector of Stanford Rivers, Essex, 1532, preb. of Llanfair in St. Asaph's 1534, of St. Paul's 1540, of Westminster 1541, and of Winchester 1541, custos or chaplain of Hospital of St. Nicholas, Sarum, 1542, with prebend, rector of Terrington, Norfolk, 1543, chancellor of Cathedral of Sarum 1544, with prebend, archdeacon of Berks 1545, and rector of Newton Toney, Wilts, 1545-7, died in Aug., 1547. See O.H.S., i. 120; Cooper, i. 92; Fasti, i. 124; & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Creagh, David (or Creach)archbishop of Cashel 1483, until his death 5 Sept., 1503. See Ath., ii. 692.
Credeford, Georgepleb. Exeter Coll., matric. 10 March, 1656-7; B.A. 1661, M.A. 1664, incorp. at Cambridge 1668, rector of Torbrian, Devon, 1669. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
CreechSee also Criche.
Creech, Thomass. Th(omas), of Blandford, Dorset gent. Wadham Coll., matric. 23 Feb., 1676-7, aged 16, scholar 1677, B.A. 1680, M.A. 1683, fellow of All Souls' Coll. 1683, B.D. 18 March, 1696-7, perhaps master of Sherborne School 1694-6, rector of Elmley, Kent, 1698-9, and of Welwyn, Herts, 1699, committed suicide in 1700, will proved at Oxford 28 June, 1700. See Gutch MS., 4; Gardiner, 313; D.N.B.; Hearne, i. 305; Ath., iv. 739; Rawlinson, ii. 19; & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [15]
Creech, Thomass. Th., of Carleton Makerel, Somerset, gent. Balliol Coll., matric. 12 Oct., 1697, aged 18; of Wadham Coll. 1698, B.A. 1701, rector of Butleigh, Salop, 1715, until his death in 1723. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Creed, Giles (Crede)fellow of Exeter Coll. 1564-6, vicar of St. Minver's, Cornwall, 1577-93, buried 3 April, 1593. See Boase, 44.
Creed, Johnto be B.Med. by order 25 April, 1656.
Creede, Johns. William, regius professor of divinity. Corpus Christi Coll., matric. 13 Dec., 1670, aged 14; B.A. 1674, brother of Robert 1678, and of William 1676.
Creed, John s. Peterof Stoke Flemming, Devon, pleb. Pembroke Coll., matric. 20 March, 1702-3, aged 16; B.A. 1706, M.A. 1710, B. & D.D. 1721, rector of Buckland Monachorum 1710, canon of Wells 1728, rector of Ashcombe, Devon, 1729. See Rawlinson, iii. 133; & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [20]
Creed, Peters. Peter, of Stoke Flemming, Devon, gent. Exeter Coll., matric. 17 March, 1664-5, aged 18.
Creed, Robertborn at Codford, Wilts, s. William, 'S. Th. Pr. Reg.' St. Mary Hall, matric. 23 March, 1677-8, aged 16; B.A. from Christ Church 1681, M.A. 1684, born 20 Nov., 1662, admitted to Merchant Taylors' School 1675, rector of Manston, Dorset, 1699, brother of John 1670. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Robinson, i. 288.
Creed, Thomas'ser.' Wadham Coll., matric. 8 Dec., 1658.
Creed, Williamof Somerset, pleb. Gloucester Hall, matric. 12 April, 1594, aged 20.
Creede, Williams. John, of Reading, Berks, pleb. St. John's Coll., matric. 24 May, 1633, aged 18; fellow 1634, B.A. 23 April, 1635, M.A. 29 April, 1639, proctor 1644, created B.D. 23 June, 1646, D.D. 7 Aug., 1660, canon of Christ Church & regius professor of divinity 1661, until his death 19 July, 1663, rector of East Codford, or Codford St. Mary, 1645, and of Stockton, Wilts, archdeacon of Wilts 1660, and canon of Sarum 1660, father of Robert 1678, and of the next named, and of John 1670. See Ath., iii. 637; Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus; Rawlinson, xvi. 454; Burrows; & D.N.B. [25]
Creed, Williams. William, of Codford, Wilts (S.T.D.). Corpus Christi Coll., matric. 12 Feb., 1675-6, aged 17; B.A. 1679, fellow, M.A. 6 March, 1682-3, B.Med. 18 Feb., 1687-8, D.Med. 1694, born 13 March, 1659, entered Merchant Taylors' School 1672, died 17 May, 1711, buried in the college chapel, will proved at Oxford 26 May, 1711, brother of John 1670, and of Robert 1678. See Hearne, iii. 162; Robinson, i. 278; & Gutch, i. 406.
Creeke, Johns. John, of King Sutton, Northants, sacerd. Lincoln Coll., matric. 8 July, 1625, aged 19; one of these names rector of Bramshall, co. Stafford, 1636. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Baker's Northants, i. 698, 699.
Creeke, Richard'musicus,' s. John, of London, pleb., privilegiatus 9 June, 1665, aged 26.
Creese, Thomass. Morgan, of Widcombe, Somerset, pleb. St. Alban Hall, matric. 27 March, 1640, aged 17; rector of Combe Hay, Somerset, 1646, until ejected in 1662 for nonconformity, died about 1699. See Calamy, iii. 184; & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Creighton, Robertfellow Trinity Coll., Cambridge; B.A. 1617, M.A. 1621, incorp. 15 July, 1628, and again as D.D. 21 Feb., 1642-3, regius professor of Greek 1625, and public orator, Cambridge, 1627, canon of Lincoln 1631-70, canon residentiary of Wells & treasurer 1632, rector of Huggate, Yorks, 1641, rector or dean of St. Burians, Cornwall, 1642, chaplain to Charles I. and II., dean of Wells 1660, rector of Uplowman, Devon, 1664, vicar of Cheddar, Somerset, 1665-70, bishop of Bath and Wells 1670, until his death 21 Nov., 1672. See Alumni West., 82; Fasti, i. 444, ii. 11; Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus; & D.N.B.
Crellin, Johns. Thomas, of the Isle of Anglesey, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 27 June, 1634, aged 19; B.A. 15 June, 1637.
Cremer, Actons. Thomas, of Bockleton, co. Worcester, gent. Christ Church, matric. 1 July, 1670, aged 19; B.A. 1674, M.A. 1677, vicar of Clifton, co. Worcester, 1687, father of the next named. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Alumni West., 170.
Cremer, Henrys. Acton, of Woodstock, co. Worcester, cler. Christ Church, matric. 4 July, 1698, aged 18; B.A. 1702, M.A. 22 March, 1704-5, preb. of St. David's 1716, vicar of Llandilo Vawr, co. Carmarthen, 1719. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Alumni West., 235.
Cremer, Roberts. Fr., of Ingolsthorpe, Norfolk, gent. Pembroke Coll., matric. 20 April, 1698, aged 15; rector of Babingley and of Sandringham, Norfolk, 1713, rector of Brancaster 1716. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [5]
Cresheld, William1s. Richard, of Evesham, co. Worcester, arm. Trinity Coll., matric. 1 Feb., 1627-8, aged 18; B.A. 11 Feb., 1627-8, bar.-at-law, Lincoln's Inn, 1634. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Crespion, Stephens. Jerem. (Germain), of London, pleb. Christ Church, matric. 13 July, 1666, aged 17; B.A. 1670, M.A. 22 March, 1672-3, a gent. of the Chapel Royal 1673, and confessor to the royal household 1675, chaunter of Westminster 1683, preb. of Bristol, 1683, died 25 Nov., buried in Westminster Abbey 2 Dec., 1711, See Westminster Abbey Reg., 273; & Alumni West., 162.
Cressel, — (or Cressey)B.A. 5 Feb., 1505-6.
Cressener, Druefellow Pembroke Hall., Cambridge; B.A. 1661, M.A. 1665, (incorp. 11 June, 1671), D.D. 1680, rector of Waresley, Hunts, 1677, vicar of Soham St. Andrew, co. Cambridge, 1679, canon of Ely 1700, as Drugo. See Fasti, ii. 330; Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus; & D.N.B.
Cressett, Edwards. Rob., of Glimpton, Oxon, arm. Wadham Coll., matric. 9 Nov., 1693, aged 15; perhaps M.P. Shrewsbury 1710-14. [10]
Cressette, Francisof co. Salop, arm. Balliol Coll., matric.-entry under date circa 16 Oct., 1581, aged 15.
Cressett, Jamess. Edward, of Cound, Salop, pleb. Oriel Coll., matric. 4 July, 1634, aged 17; B.A. 4 Feb., 1636-7, M.A. 19 Oct., 1639, of Woolberry, Salop, clerk, licenced 29 Jan., 1646-7, to marry Elizabeth, daughter of John Edwards, of Scrivens, Middleton, Salop, spinster; rector of Cound, Salop, 1648, sinecure rector of Llandrillo-yn-Rhos 1660, rector of Rushbury, Salop, 1673, father of James next named. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cressett, Jamess. James, of Cound, Salop, minister. Oriel Coll., matric. 7 April, 1671, aged 16; B.A. 1674, M.A. 1677, incorp. at Cambridge 1686.
Cresset, Josephgent. Magdalen Hall, matric. 2 July, 1658, clerk Magdalen College, 1656-61. See Bloxam, ii. 71.
Cressett, Richard1s. Edward, of Upton Cressett, Salop, arm. Trinity Coll., matric. 16 May, 1623, aged 16; perhaps M.P. Wenlock, April-May, 1640.
Cressett, Roberts. R., of Upton Cressett, Salop, gent. Balliol Coll., matric. 14 April, 1671, aged 17. [16]
Cressett, Roberts. Ed., of Cound, Salop, arm. Trinity Coll., matric. 6 Nov., 1713, aged 17.
Cresset, Zephaniahgent. Magdalen Hall, matric. 21 July, 1651, demy Magdalen Coll. 1651-7, B.A. 23 Jan., 1654-5, M.A. 11 June, 1657, fellow 1657-61. See Bloxam, v. 215.
Cresson, Richards. Richard, of Hunnington, Devon, pleb. Exeter Coll., matric. 21 Dec., 1635, aged 15; B.A. from Hart Hall 15 June, 1639, vicar of Axminster, Devon, 1647, and of Kingstone-byTaunton, Somerset, 1662, rector of Musbury, Devon, 1662. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cresson, William (Creson or Croson)of co. Leicester, pleb. Lincoln Coll., matric.-entry under date 1575, aged 22; 'Mro. Potts tut gram.' [20]
Cressy, Edmundpleb. St. John's Coll., matric. 23 July, 1656, B.A. 28 Feb., 1659-60, M.A. 1663, born in Edmund's, Lombard Street, 25 May, 1639, eldest son of Simon, girdler, admitted to the Merchant Taylors' School 1653. See Robinson, i. 214.
Cressy, Hugh(s. Hugh), of co. York, arm. Magdalen Hall, matric. 21 Jan., 1619-20, aged 14; B.A. 29 June, 1623, fellow Merton Coll. 1625, M.A. 10 July, 1629, or Hugh Paulin de Cressy, chaplain to Thomas, Lord Wentworth, president of the North, chaplain to Lucius, Lord Falkland, in Ireland, 1638, canon of Windsor 1642, but never installed, dean of Leighlin in Ireland, turned papist, and became a Benedictine at Douay by the name of Serenus de Cressy, chaplain to Queen Caroline, died at East Grinsted, Sussex, 10 Aug., 1674. See Ath., iii. 1,011; Foley Records, ii. 304-6; O.H.S., iv. 284; & D.N.B.
Cressy, Parke (Cressie)of co. York, gent. Brasenose Coll., matric. 12 Dec., 1617, aged 16.
Cressy, RobertCarmelite, circa 1450. See Dictionary of National Biography.
Cressy, Robertof Sussex, arm. Gloucester Hall, matric. 24 Nov., 1599, aged 15. [25]
Creswell, Charless. Joh., of Purston, Northants, arm. Merton Coll., matric. 17 Oct., 1704, aged 16; brother of John 1695.
Creswell, Johnof co. York, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 4 Feb., 1591-2, aged 16.
Cresswell, Johns. John, of Purston, Northants, arm. St. John's Coll., matric. 5 Feb., 1663-4, aged 15; of Lillingston Lovell, Oxon, and of Purston, Northants, admitted to Gray's Inn 1668, died 27 Feb., 1696-7, father of the next named and of Charles 1704. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.
Creswell, Johns. Joh., of Purston, Northants, arm. Lincoln Coll., matric. 23 June, 1695, aged 16; of the Middle Temple 1698, his father of Lillingston, Oxon. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Creswell, Richard (Cresswell, Crestweller or Croswellar)B.A. 26 June, 1514, M.A. June, 1518, B.D. 23 Jan., 1531-2, vicar of Harting, Sussex, 1536. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [30]
Creswell, Richardof co. Stafford, arm. Balliol Coll., matric. 2 Nov., 1638, aged 15; of the Inner Temple 1642, as son and heir of Richard, of Barneshurst, co. Stafford. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Creswell, RobertB.A. from Trinity Coll., Cambridge, 1635, incorp. as M.A. 12 July, 1653.
Creswell, Williamof Essex, s. Robert, of Harrowon-Hill, Middlesex, sacerd. Magdalen Coll., matric. 16 Oct., 1635, aged 15; chorister 1635-7. See Bloxam, i. 52.
Creswicke, Franciss. Francis, of Bristol (city), gent. St. John's Coll., matric. 13 Nov., 1629, aged 16.
Creswicke, Franciss. Henry, of Bristol, gent. Magdalen Coll., matric. 24 May, 1661, aged 16; B.A. 17 March, 1663-4. [35]
Creswicke, Francis1s. Henry, of Bristol, equitis. Magdalen Coll., matric. 2 March, 1663-4, aged 19.
Creswicke, Samuels. Henry, of Morton Hinmarsh, arm. Pembroke Coll., matric. 6 April, 1709, aged 16, B.A. 1712; fellow of Worcester Coll., M.A. 1715, B. & D.D. 1727, rector of St. James, Bristol, chaplain to George II. 1729, dean of Bristol 1730, vicar of Marden, Wilts, 1738, dean of Wells 1739, until his death 13 Jan., 1766. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Rawlinson, iii. 307.
Creswicke, Thomass. Jos., of Westbury, co. Gloucester, gent. Balliol Coll., matric. 27 Feb., 1700-1, aged 15; B.A. 1704, M.A. 1707.
Crew, Charless. Matth., of Wotton-under-Edge, co. Gloucester, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 26 July, 1672, aged 18; B.A. 1676.
Crewe, Edwards. Math., of Alderly, co. Gloucester, gent. St. Edmund Hall, matric. 14 Dec., 1660, aged 19; B.A. 1664, M.A. 1667, incorp. at Cambridge 1668, rector of Mellis, Suffolk, 1669, and of Thorndon 1678. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [5]
Crew, Edwards. John, of Nantwich, Cheshire, deceased; admitted sizar of St. John's Coll., Cambridge, 26 Feb., 1659-60, aged 17; B.A. 1663, M.A. 1667, incorp. 13 July, 1669. See Mayor, 144.
Crew, Henry'ser.' Magdalen Coll., matric. 31 July, 1658.
Crew, Johnof co. Gloucester, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 19 Oct., 1604, aged 16.
Crew, Johnof Northants, arm. fil. nat. max. Magdalen Coll., matric. 26 April, 1616, aged 18; B.A. 18 Jan., 1616-17, bar.-at-law, Gray's Inn, 1624 (as son and heir of Sir Thomas, serjt.-at-law, and speaker of the House of Commons), M.P. Agmondesham 1624-5 & 1625. Brackley 1626, Banbury 1628-9, Northants April-May, 1640, Brackley (L.P.) 1640, till secluded in 1648, Northants 1654-5 & 1660, a 'lord' of the other House 1657, knighted 1660, created Baron Crewe 20 April, 1661, died 12 Dec., 1679, aged 81, father of Nathaniel 1653. See Foster's Judges and Barristers & D.N.B.
Crewe, (Sir) JohnLincoln Coll., matric. 19 July, 1659 (as arm.); of Lincoln's Inn 1661 (as son and heir of John, of Utkinton, Cheshire, esq.), of Crewe Hall and Utkinton, knighted 3 April, 1673, died 19 May, 1711. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. [10]
Crew, Johns. Arthur, of Southwark, Surrey, gent. University Coll., matric. 21 Dec., 1699, aged 18; B.A. from Pembroke Coll. 1703.
Crewe, Nathaniels. Thomas, of Stene, Northants, arm. Lincoln Coll., matric. 20 June, 1623, aged 17; of Gray's Inn 1622, living in 1651, brother of John 1616, of Thomas and Salathiel. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.
Crewe, Nathanielarm. Lincoln Coll., matric. 8 June, 1653; fellow 1652, B.A. 1 Feb., 1655-6, M.A. 29 June, 1658 (incorp. at Cambridge 1659), proctor 1663, D.C.L. 2 July, 1664, rector 1668-72, of Gray's Inn 1652 (as 4th son of John, Baron of Stene, who was eldest son of Sir Thomas, of Stene, Northants, serjt.-at-law), an associate to the bench 15 May, 1663, and a member of the Inner Temple 1674, rector of Gedney, co. Lincoln, 1668, dean and chanter of Chichester 1669, and clerk of the king's closet, rector of Witney, Oxon, 1671, bishop of Oxford 1671-4, and of Durham 1674-1722, privy councillor 1676, excepted out of the act of pardon by William III. See Ath., i., pp. xxxiii. & xxxv., iv. 885; Hearne, i. 305; Rawlinson, xvi. 456; Fasti, ii. 187; Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus; & D.N.B.
Crew, Salathiels. Thomas, of Stene, Northants, militis. Lincoln Coll., matric. 25 Nov., 1631, aged 19; of Hinton, died 18 April, 1686, aged 73, brother of Thomas 1618.
Crewe, Samuelarm. Lincoln Coll., matric. 8 June, 1653; B.A. 1 Feb., 1655-6, M.A. 29 June, 1658, in orders, died in 1661, brother of Nathaniel 1653. [15]
Crewe, Thomasof Northants, arm. Queen's Coll., matric. 11 Dec., 1618, aged 16; B.A. 26 June, 1622, M.A. 30 June, 1625, of Crawley, Hants, living in 1634, brother of Salathiel 1631.
Crewe, ThomasB.A. from Trinity Coll. 6 Feb., 1629-30, sup. as Robert.
Crewe, Walgravearm. Lincoln Coll., matric. 17 Dec., 1691; M.A. from Trinity Coll., Cambridge, 1693, of Gray's Inn 1692 (as son and heir of Walgrave, late of Hinton, Northants, esq.), died in 1694. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Crews, Richards. William, of Gerrance, Cornwall, pleb. Exeter Coll., matric. 9 Nov., 1693, aged 18, B.A. 1697; incorp. at Cambridge 1717 as Crews, M.A. from Pembroke Coll. 1717, vicar of St. Gennis, Cornwall, 1712, as Crews.
Crewes, Rogers. Andr., of Gerrance, Cornwall, p.p. Exeter Coll., matric. 23 May, 1667, aged 18; B.A. 17 Feb., 1670-1, rector of Creed, Cornwall, 1673. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [20]
Crewkern, Johnof Somerset, 'cler. fil.' Magdalen Hall, matric. 16 Feb., 1598-9, aged 19.
CricheSee also Creeche.
Criche, Edwards. Miles, of Gussage St. Michael, Dorset, minister. Christ Church, matric. 27 March, 1672, aged 17; B.A. 1675, vicar of Gussage St. Michael, Dorset, 1675. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Criche, John (Creche)B.C.L. from Hart Hall 4 June, 1567 (? chaplain of New College in 1564), rector of Chiselborough, Somerset, 1579, as Creche. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Criche, Johnof co. Stafford, pleb. New Coll., matric.-entry under date 20 March, 1578-9, aged 18. [25]
Criche, Johns. J(ohn), of London, gent. St. John's Coll., matric. 28 June, 1698, aged 18; fellow 1698, B.A. 1702, M.A. 16 March, 1705-6, born 18 March, 1680, admitted to Merchant Taylors' School 1693, headmaster 1731, until his death 21 June, 1760. See Robinson, i., xv. 330.
Criche, Joseph (Cruche)of Oxon, pleb. Magdalen Coll., matric.-entry under date 1571, aged 22 (as Cruche); demy 1567-76 (as Creuch), B.A. 1 April, 1573 (as Criche). See Bloxam, iv. 171.
Criche, Miles (Cryche)s. Samuel, of Cassington, Oxon, gent. Christ Church, matric. 24 April, 1635, aged 18; B.A. 15 Oct., 1636, M.A. 19 June, 1639, rector of Gussage St. Michael, Dorset, 1662, canon of Rochester 1673-5, father of Edward 1672. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Criche, Samuelscholar of New Coll. 1578, B.A. 26 April, 1582. (Memo.: One Samuel Cricke compounded for the first-fruits of the rectory of St. James, Colchester, in 1610.) See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Criche, Thomas1677 & 1697. See Creeche. [30]
Criche, William (Cryche)B.A. (sup.) 1551.
Cricke, JamesM.A. Cambridge, incorp. 12 July, 1608.
Cricke, Richard (Creke)demy Magdalen Coll 1562-4, fellow 1564-71, B.A. 26 April, 1566, M.A. 30 May, 1570, B.D. 10 & D.D. 12 July, 1578, Greek lecturer, chaplain to Parkhurst, Bishop of Norwich, deprived of his preferment in church of Norwich, See Bloxam, iv. 163.
Cripps, Edward (Crips)B.A. from Christ Church 4 Feb., 1629-30.
Cripps, Henry'stationarius,' s. Thomas, of Black Bourton, Oxon; privilegiatus 26 June, 1624, aged 28. [35]
Cripps, Johns. Giles, of Clapton, co. Gloucester, pleb. St. Alban Hall, matric. 19 Jan., 1626-7, aged 17; B.A. 26 Jan., 1629-30, M.A. 27 June, 1633, incorp. at Cambridge 1638, vicar of Turks Dean, co. Gloucester, 1633. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cripps, Johnpleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 21 July, 1653; B.A. 11 Nov., 1654.
Cripps, John (Crips)gent. Brasenose Coll., matric. 11 Dec., 1652; B.A. 14 Feb., 1655-6.
Cripps, John (Crips)s. Ed., of Brinkworth, Wilts, p.p. Pembroke Coll., matric. 10 Oct., 1710, aged 18; B.A. 1716.
Cripps, Ralphof Beds, gent. Oriel Coll., matric. 16 Feb., 1596-7, aged 16; B.A. 11 Dec., 1600. [5]
Cripps, Robertpleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 28 March, 1645, B.A. 14 Nov., 1648; fellow of Merton Coll. 1649, M.A. 18 Nov., 1652 (incorp. at Cambridge 1655), proctor 1662, but did not serve, rector of Cuxham, Oxon, 1633. See O.H.S., iv. 291; Burrows; & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cripps, Samuels. Mich., of Oxford (city), pleb. New Coll., matric. 17 March, 1675-6, aged 15; chorister of Magdalen Coll. 1674-9, demy 1679-89, B.A. 1680, M.A. 1683, fellow 1689-1712, B.D. 1695, D.D. 1708, curate of Horspath, Oxon, 1697, rector of Appleton 1711, until his death 4th, buried there 8 Feb., 1730. See Bloxam, i. 97; & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Crispe, Andrewgent. Corpus Christi Coll., matric. 28 March, 1655; B.A. 29 Jan., 1656-7, fellow, M.A. 24 Feb., 1659-60, Whyte's professor of moral philosophy 1664-8, rector of St. Mary Woolnoth, London, 1660, named in the will of his kinsman, Sir Nicholas Crispe, knt. and bart. 1666; his own will dated 1 Nov., 1668, proved 12 April following, built the parsonage house of St. Mary Woolnoth, father of the next named. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Crispe, Andrews. A(ndrew), of Islington, Middlesex, cler. Merton Coll., matric. 16 Dec., 1686, aged 17, B.A. 1690; fellow of Oriel Coll. 22 March, 1691-2, M.A. 1693, born in Jan., 1669, admitted to Merchant Taylors' School 1680, will proved at Oxford 23 Oct., 1713. See Robinson, i. 301.
Crispe, Arthurof Queen's Coll. in and before 1564. [10]
Crispe, Charnellof Oxon, gent. Balliol Coll., matric. 15 March, 1615-16, aged 17; of Lincoln's Inn 1617, as son and heir of Nicholas, of Calcott, Oxon. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Crispe, Edwardof Kent, 'eq. fil.' Gloucester Hall, matric.-entry under date 10 Jan., 1574-5, brother of Henry same date.
Crisp, Georges. Francis, of Ecclesall, co. Stafford, p.p. Exeter Coll., matric. 13 Oct., 1701, aged 19; B.A. 1705, vicar of Shenstone, co. Stafford, 1722. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Crispe, Henryof Kent, 'eq. fil.' Gloucester Hall, matric.-entry under date 10 Jan., 1574-5, son of Sir Henry, of Queekes, knight, brother of Edward same date, father of Nicholas 1626.
Crispe, (Sir) Henryof Kent. Merton Coll., matric. 21 July, 1598, aged 16 (as gent.); B.A. from St. Alban Hall 19 June, 1601, of the Inner Temple 1602 (as of the Isle of Thanet), knighted 11 May, 1603 (son of John), made his will 20 Sept., 1647, proved 18 Nov., 1648. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [15]
Crispe, John (Crypse)(s. Thomas, of Marshfield), co. Gloucester, pleb. University Coll., matric.-entry under date 10 Jan., 1574-5, aged 20; B.A. 5 July, 1575, M.A. 5 May, 1578 (as James), rector of Lydiard Milicent, Wilts, 1579, made his will 13 Aug., 1603, proved 14 Aug., 1604. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Crispe, Johns. John, of Chipping Norton, Oxon, gent. Exeter Coll., matric. 26 April, 1662, aged 17; bar.-at-law, Gray's Inn, 1668, dead before 1 May, 1700, made his will 19 April, 1699, proved 29 Nov. following, brother of William same date, See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Crispe, Josephof Queen's Coll. 1564.
Crispe, (Sir) Nicholas1s. Henry, of the Isle of Thanet, Kent, arm. Pembroke Coll., matric. 23 June, 1626, aged 18; of Quex, in the Isle of Thanet, knighted 1 Jan., 1640, made his will 9 Nov., 1655, proved 24 March, 1657-8.
Crisp, (Sir) Nicholas (bart.)s. Ellis, of London, arm. St. John's Coll., matric. 22 Aug., 1661, aged 18; of the Middle Temple 1660, licenced 20 April, 1674 (then a baronet), to marry Judith Adrian, of St. Dunstan's-in-the-West, spinster, died Nov., 1698. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. [20]
Crisp, Thomass. Th., of London, arm. Pembroke Coll., matric. 24 March, 1698-9, aged 17.
Crispe, Tobias3s. Ellis, of London, alderman, educated at Eton, B.A. from Christ Coll., Cambridge, 1624; incorp. from Balliol Coll. 1 Feb., 1626-7, M.A. 22 Feb., 1626-7, incorp. at Cambridge 1638, B.D. 1638, rector of Newington, Surrey, 1627, rector of Brinkworth, Wilts, 1629, until Aug., 1642, 'being puritanically affected,' died in London 27 Feb., 1642-3, buried in St. Mildred, Bread Street; his father died in his year of shrievalty 13 Nov., 1625, and his son Samuel was a governor of Christ Church Hospital, London. See Ath., iii. 5a; Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus; & D.N.B.
Crispe, Williams. John, of Chipping Norton, Oxon, gent. Exeter Coll., matric. 17 Dec., 1662, aged 14; bar.-at-law, Gray's Inn, 1674, brother of John same date. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Crispin, Edmund (Crispyn)secular chaplain; B.A. (disp. 16 Oct.) 1519.
Crispin, EdmundB.A. 20 Jan., 1536-7, fellow of Oriel Coll. 1538-45, from Devon, M.A. 22 March, 1541-2, B.Med. (sup. July) 1543, D.Med. (sup.) 1547-8, proctor 1547, perhaps beneficed in Devon. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [25]
Crispin, Nicholasscholar of Trinity Coll. in and before 1564.
Crispin, Nicholas (Chrispin)s. Peter, of West Alvington, Devon, pleb. Exeter Coll., matric. 21 June, 1633, aged 20.
Crispin, RichardB.A. 20 Feb., 1513-14, fellow of Oriel Coll. 1514-27, from Devon, M.A. 14 July, 1519, junior proctor 1522, B.D. (sup. 12 Dec.) 1527, D.D. (sup. 5 Feb.) 1531-2, canon of Exeter 1541. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus; & O.H.S., i. 88.
Crispen, Roger (Crispine)fellow of Exeter Coll. 1550-6; B.A. 8 Dec., 1554, fellow of Trinity Coll. 1556-62, M.A. 8 July, 1558, 'sup. June, 1562, for B.Med. and leave to practice. See Boase, 39.
Cristall, JohnBenedictine; B.D. (sup. 18 June) 1514. [30]
Critopylus, Metrophanes(a Greek), of Balliol Coll., chancellor to the patriarch of Constantinople, etc. See Ath., ii. 895.
CrockerSee Croker.
Crocket, Gilbert (Croket)M.A. St. Andrews, incorp. 13 Nov., 1702, rector of Langdon Hills 1694, vicar of Horndon-on-the-Hill, Essex, 1695. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Crockford, Pexallsubscribed 3 June, 1614, from Wadham Coll. [34]
Crockford, Ralphof Berks, pleb. Merton Coll., matric. 19 Oct., 1621, aged 20; B.A. 31 Oct., 1621.
Crockford, ThomasB.A. from Magdalen Coll. 8 July, 1603, perhaps vicar of Fisherton Delamere, Wilts, 1613. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Crodacott, Degorys. Nic., of North Petherwin, pleb. Exeter Coll., matric. 26 March, 1669, aged 18; B.A. 1672, M.A. 1675, rector of Lansellos, Cornwall, 1678, and vicar of North Petherwin aforesaid 1681, as Crowdacott. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Croft, (Sir) Archers. Herbert, of Hereford (city), baronet. New Coll., matric. 15 April, 1702, aged 17; 2nd baronet, M.P. Leominster 1722-7, Beeralston March, 1728-34, baptized 3 April, 1683, died 10th and buried at Kensington 14 Dec., 1753. See Foster's Parliamentary Dictionary.
Crofte, Edwardpleb. Balliol Coll., matric. 20 March, 1606-7, aged 16.
Croft, Edwards. Lionell, of Sutton, co. Gloucester, p.p. Queen's Coll., matric. 11 Dec., 1668, aged 17.
Crofte, Franciss. William, of Todenham, co. Gloucester, gent. Hart Hall, matric. 16 May, 1634, aged 14, and again 9 Dec., 1636, B.A. 31 Oct., 1637; M.A. from Oriel Coll. 18 June, 1640, a chaplain of Merton College. See Ath., i., p. xvi.
Croft, GeorgeB.A. 13 Dec., 1512, fellow of Oriel Coll. 1513-19, from Herefordshire, proctor 1520, perhaps rector of Shepton Mallet, Somerset, 1529 (see Weaver), one of these names chancellor of Chichester 1531. See Dictionary of National Biography, vol. xiii., 115. [5]
Croft, (Sir) Herberts. Edward, of Croft Castle, co. Hereford; M.P. co. Carmarthen 1588-9, co. Hereford 1593, 1601, 1604-11, 1614, Launceston 1597-8, knighted 7 May, 1603, became a Benedictine monk at Douay, where he died (10) April, 1622, father of the next named. See Ath. Ox., ii. 317; D.N.B.; Foley's Records, i. 467-70; & Foster's Parliamentary Dictionary.
Croft, Herbert3s. Herbert, equitis. Christ Church, matric. 25 July, 1636, aged 34; B.D. 25 June, 1636, D.D. 18 April, 1640, rector of Uley, co. Gloucester, 1638, and of Harding, Oxon, 1639, chaplain to the Earl of Northumberland in the Scotch expedition 1639, canon of Salisbury 1639, chaplain to Charles I., canon of Worcester 1640, and of Windsor 1641, dean of Hereford 1644, deprived of all his spiritualities in the rebellion, but restored in 1660, bishop of Hereford 1662, until his death 18 May, 1691. See Ath., iv. 309; Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus; & D.N.B.
Croft, (Sir) Herberts. Herbert, Bishop of Hereford. Magdalen Coll., matric. 27 April, 1668, aged 16; of the Middle Temple 1668, created a baronet 18 Nov., 1671, M.P. co. Hereford 1678-9 & 1690-8, died 3 Nov., 1720. See Foster's Parliamentary Dictionary.
Croft, Herberts. H., of Hereford (city), gent. St. John's Coll., matric. 14 Jan., 1706-7, aged 15, B.A. 1710; incorp. at Cambridge 1723, M.A. from King's Coll. 1723, rector of Stretford, co. Hereford, 1715, and of Tuxford, Salop, 1723, vicar of Yarpole, co. Hereford, 1730. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Crofte, Jamessubscribed 16 April, 1613, B.A. from Christ Church 21 June, 1615. [10]
Crofte, Jamesof Radnor, gent. Christ Church, matric. 15 July, 1619, aged 16.
Croft, (Sir) Jamesof co. Hereford, eq. fil. Christ Church, matric. 8 June, 1621, aged 18; B.A. 6 Dec., 1621, of Gray's Inn 1625 (as son of Herbert, of Croft Castle, co. Hereford, knight), a colonel in the service of Charles I., knighted Dec., or Jan., 1644, 'for his stout and faithful service,' suffered much for his loyalty; 'ye pentioner,' buried 9 Aug., 1659, at St. Clement's, London, brother of Herbert 1636. See Alumni West., 86; & Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Croft, Johnof Broadgates Hall, 1621. See Cruft.
Croft, Johnof Dorset, pleb. Trinity Coll., matric. 15 Oct., 1619, aged 18, B.A. 18 Feb., 1622-3; M.A. from Hart Hall 21 June, 1625, rector of Puncknoll, Dorset, 1639. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Joseph Crofts next page.
Croft, Johns. Henry, of Tedington Beds, militis. Lincoln Coll., matric. 24 Oct., 1628, aged 15; B.A. 10 Dec., 1630; fellow of All Souls' Coll., M.A. 5 July, 1634; created D.D. from Wadham Coll. 23 June, 1646, rector of West Stow and Barnham St. Gregory, Suffolk, 1639, and of Barnham St. Martin, Suffolk, 1639, dean of Norwich 1660, until his death 27 July, 1670. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Fasti, ii. 99. [15]
Croft, Johns. Edw., of Tredington, co. Worcester, p.p. St. Mary Hall, matric. 30 Oct., 1668, aged 16, B.A. 6 Feb., 1672-3; M.A. from New Coll. 1675, perhaps beneficed in Bucks, brother of Richard 1666. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Croft, Philipgent. Pembroke Coll., subscribed 7 Nov., 1655.
Crofte, Richardo.s. Edward, of Sutton, co. Gloucester, gent. Wadham Coll., matric. 28 April, 1626, aged 14.
Croft, Richards. Edw., of Tredington, co. Worcester, gent. St. Mary Hall, matric. 17 Dec., 1666, aged 16; B.A. 1670, M.A. 1674, rector of Barcheston, co. Warwick, 1679, and vicar of Stratford-onAvon, co. Worcester, 1684, brother of John 1668. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Croft, Rolandsecular chaplain; B.C.L. 15 July, 1520.
Crofte, Thomasfellow of New Coll. 1510-14, from Croftes in diocese of Hereford, B.A. (sup. 1 July) 1514. [21]
Croft, Thomass. Alexander of Carmarthen (town), arm. Jesus Coll., matric. 14 Oct., 1631, aged 18, B.A. 22 Nov., 1631; fellow of All Souls' Coll. 1634, expelled 1648, restored 1658, M.A. 4 June, 1635, D.C.L. 3 July, 1661, of Gray's Inn 1634. See Burrows, 194; & Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.
Croft, Thomass. Richard, of Sutton, co. Gloucester, gent. New Coll., matric. 23 Sept., 1671, aged 18; B.A. 1675. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Earwaker, ii. 635-6.
Croft, (Sir) Williamof Middlesex, militis fil. nat. max. Christ Church, matric. 12 May, 1609, aged 14; B.A. 19 June, 1611, of Croft Castle (eldest son of Sir Herbert), M.P. Launceston 1614, and Malmesbury 1626 & 1628-9, knighted 13 June, 1614, slain at Stokesay 8 June, 1645, aged 54, brother of James 1621, and of Herbert 1636. See Foster's Parliamentary Dictionary.
Crofte, Williamof co. Gloucester, gent. Balliol Coll., matric. 1 Dec., 1609, aged 17; of the Middle Temple 1611, as 2nd son of Richard, of Sutton, co. Gloucester, gent. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. [25]
Croft, Williams. William, of Kingsbury, Somerset, pleb. Corpus Christi Coll., matric. 17 March, 1636-7, aged 20.
Croft, Williams. William, of Nether Eatington, co. Warwick, gent. Christ Church, matric. 9 July, 1713, aged 30; D. Mus. 9 July, 1713, organist and composer to King George, a gent. extraordinary of the Chapel Royal 1700, and organist of St. Anne's, Westminster, 1700, joint organist of the Chapel Royal 1704, full organist 1707, master of the children of the Chapel Royal, etc., and instrument keeper and organist of St. Peter's Church, Westminster, 1708, died at Bath on Monday, 14 Aug., 1729, buried in Westminster Abbey. See Chester's Westminster Abbey, 321; & Rawlinson, i. 262.
Crofton, (Sir) Edwards. Edw(ard), of Headfort, Ireland, baronet. Christ Church, matric. 23 Feb., 1703-4, aged 15; 3rd baronet, of the Mote, co. Roscommon, M.P. 1713, until his death in Nov. or Dec., 1739.
Crofts, Johns. Thomas, of Hornton, Oxon, pleb. St. John's Coll., matric. 5 April, 1639, aged 18; B.A. from Gloucester Hall 1 Feb., 1642-3, M.A. 3 Dec., 1646, one of these names rector of Mottistone, Isle of Wight, and ejected 1662 for nonconformity, chaplain to Lady Fiennes at Newton Tony, Wilts. See Calamy, ii. 275.
Crofts, Johns. Jos., of Mottistone, Isle of Wight, pleb. New Inn Hall, matric. 31 Oct., 1673, aged 18.
Crofts, Joseph (Crofftts)s. Joh., of Puncknole, Dorset, p.p. Wadham Coll., matric. 17 May, 1667, aged 19; his father rector of Puncknole in 1639. See Croft.
Crofts, Samuels. Robert, of Daventry, Northants, sacerd. Magdalen Hall, matric. 15 June, 1632, aged 18; B.A. 25 Oct., 1632, M.A. 4 June, 1635, vicar of Daventry 1649, buried there 19 Dec., 1666, father of the next named. See Baker's Northants, i. 328.
Crofts, Samuels. Sa., of Daventry, Northants, p.p. Lincoln Coll., matric. 9 Dec., 1664, aged 16; B.A. from St. Mary Hall 9 July, 1668.
Croftes, ThomasB.A. 18 Feb., 1537-8, of Lincoln's Inn 1539. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. [5]
Crofts, Thomaspleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 15 June, 1657 (called Crafts in Mat. Reg.); B.A. from All Souls' Coll. 1661, M.A. 16 March, 1664-5 (as Croft), perhaps vicar of Deverill Langbridge, Wilts, 1664. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Crofts, Williams. William, of Sampford Arundell, Somerset, sacerd. Balliol Coll., matric. 20 May, 1664, aged 17; perhaps beneficed in Somersetshire, his father instituted to Sampford Arundell vicarage 8 Aug., 1662. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Croke, Alexanderof Bucks, arm. Christ Church, matric. 17 Nov., 1609, aged 14; B.A. 9 July, 1612, of Chilton, Bucks, and of Studley, Oxon (son of William), bar.-at-law, Inner Temple, 1610 (as nephew of George, the treasurer), born 23 Feb., 1594, died at Studley in 1673. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Croke, Alexanders. William, of Chilton, Bucks, gent. Wadham Coll., matric. 26 March, 1675, aged 16; scholar 1676, B.A. 1678, M.A. 1681, fellow 1682, dean 1685, librarian 1686, sub-warden 1691; of Studley, Oxon, rector of Hartwell, Bucks, 1694, died 27 Nov., 1726. See Gardiner, 306.
Croke, Charles (Crooke)s. John, of Oxon, equitis. Christ Church, matric. 8 June, 1604, aged 13; B.A. 16 April, 1608, M.A. 18 April, 1611, proctor 1616, licenced to preach 16 April, 1618, B. & D.D. 20 June, 1625, fellow of Eton College 1617-19, professor of rhetoric in Gresham College 1613-19, rector of St. Olave's, Silver Street, London, 1616, licenced 10 July, 1620, to marry Amy Revett, of All Hallows, Staining, London, spinster; rector of Waterstock, Oxon, June to Oct., 1616, and of Agmondesham, Bucks, 1621, chaplain to Charles I. See Fasti, i. 423; & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [10]
Croke, Charless. Richard, of Oxford (city), serjt.-atlaw. Lincoln Coll., matric. 3 April, 1676, aged 16; B.A. 18 March, 1679-80, bar.-at-law, Inner Temple, 1682, brother of Wright. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Croke, Charless. Nath., of Croton, Northants, gent. Trinity Coll., matric. 2 July, 1680, aged 18; B.A. from St. Mary Hall 1684.
Croke, Edmund (Crook)of Oxon, pleb. Merton Coll., matric.-entry under date 20 Dec., 1577, aged 21; B.A. from Christ Church 8 July, 1581, vicar of North Aston, Oxon, 1581, as Crooke. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Croke, Edward (Crookar)of Oxon, eq. aur. fil. Hart Hall, matric.-entry under date 20 May, 1580, aged 14; 7th son of Sir John Croke, and brother of Sir George 1575, and Sir John 1571, died in his youth.
Croke, Edward (Crooke)of London, eq. aur. fil. St. Mary Hall, matric. 19 April, 1616, aged 14; of the Inner Temple 1618 (as 5th son of Sir John), died 4 Feb., 1626. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. [15]
Croke, Edwardof Bucks, arm. Christ Church, matric. 12 Oct., 1621, aged 18; B.A. 20 June, 1622, M.A. 20 June, 1625, rector of Ramsden Crays, Essex, 1626, as Crooke. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Croke, (Sir) Georgeof Christ Church 1575, a justice of Common Pleas and King's Bench, died 16 Feb., 1641-2, brother of Sir John 1571, and of Edward 1580. See Ath., iii. 26; Croke, i. 561; Foss's Judges; Foster's Judges and Barristers; Foster's Parliamentary Dictionary; & D.N.B.
Croke, Georgefellow of New Coll. by parliamentary visitors 1649, after previous expulsion, B.A. 12 Oct., 1650, M.A. 22 June, 1653, drowned in crossing from Hampshire to the Isle of Wight 5 Sept., 1657. See Ath., i., pp. xxv. & xxviii.; & Burrows.
Croke, (Sir) George (Crooke)doctoris fil. All Souls' Coll., matric. 27 Feb., 1651-2, scholar in arts, fellow by the visitors 1648, created M.A. 27 Feb., 1651-2; of Waterstock, Oxon, a student of the Middle Temple 1649 (as son and heir of Henry, of Waterstock, Oxon, esq,), knighted 7 Nov., 1660, high sheriff of Oxon 1664, F.R.S. 1676, died at the house of his brother Henry, a linen draper, in the Haymarket, 17 Nov., 1680, buried in the chancel of Waterstock 21st. See Burrows, 173; Foster's Inns of Court Reg.; & Fasti, ii. 169.
Croke, Georgearm. Christ Church, matric. 31 July, 1658, bar.-at-law of Inner Temple 1665 (as son of Unton, bencher), died unmarried, father of Richard 1691. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Croke, (Sir) Henryof Oxon, 'militis. fil.' St. John's Coll., matric. 25 Jan., 1604-5, aged 16; of Chequers, Bucks, admitted to the Inner Temple 1607 (as son of Serjeant Croke), clerk of the pipe in the Exchequer 1616-59, M.P. Shaftesbury 1614, Christ Church 1628-9, knighted 21 Oct., 1615, died 1 Jan., 1659, buried at Ellesborough, Bucks, father of Robert 1629. See Foster's Judges and Barristers. [21]
Croke, Henryof Oxon, gent. Christ Church, matric. 17 Jan., 1611-12, aged 14; B.A. 10 Feb., 1613-14, M.A. 20 June, 1616, licenced to preach (then of Brasenose Coll.) 30 Oct., 1628, B.D. 7 April, 1635, D.D. 25 June, 1640, of Waterstock, Oxon, and lord of the manor, rector 1619, a student of the Inner Temple 1611 (as son and heir of Henry, late ancient utter barrister of that house), professor of Rhetoric in Gresham College 1619-27, canon of Wells 1628, and of Lincoln 1636, buried in the chancel of Waterstock 20 April, 1642, father of George 1652. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Croke, Henryequitis fil. nat. min. Wadham Coll., matric. 29 Oct., 1657, scholar 1657, B.A. 1661, of the Inner Temple 1660 (as son of Sir Robert, knight), died in Jan., 1662. See Croke, i. 503; Gardiner, 218; & Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Croke, James (Crooke). Hart Hallmatric.-entry under date 2 May, 1581.
Croke, Johnfellow of New Coll. 1526-46, from St. Peter's in Winchester, B.C.L. 12 July, 1534, D.C.L. 11 July, 1543, an eminent advocate in the Court of Arches, preb. of St. Paul's 1544-6, chancellor of the diocese of London 1546-61. See Foster's Parliamentary Dictionary & Fasti, i. 117. [25]
Croke, (Sir) John (Crooke)B.A. (sup. 15 Jan.) 1570-1, of the Inner Temple 1570, as junior, of Chilton, Bucks, bencher of the Inner Temple 1591, Lent reader 1596, treasurer 1598, recorder of city of London 1595-1603, M.P. New Windsor 1584-5, London 1597-8 & 1601, speaker of the House of Commons 1601, sub-steward University of Oxford, knighted 22 May, 1603, serjt.-at-law 1603, king's serjeant 1603, and a judge of counties Brecknock, Radnor & Glamorgan, a justice of the King's Bench 1608, died at Chilton 23 Jan., 1619-20, brother of Edward 1580, and of Sir George 1575; father of Charles 1604, of John next named, of Henry 1605, of Edward 1616, and of Unton 1610. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Croke, (Sir) Johnof Oxon. University Coll., matric. 18 July, 1600, aged 14 (as arm); of the Inner Temple 1601 (as son and heir of John, recorder of the city of London), of Chilton, Bucks, knighted 30 March, 1609 (or ? 28 June, 1603), M.P. Oxon 1614, Shaftesbury 1628-9, died 10 April, 1640, aged 54, father of William 1636. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Croke, John (Crooke)of Orleans and Cambridge, subscribed 14 July, 1602, incorp. as B.C.L. 15 July, 1602. See O.H.S., x. 349.
Croke, Johnof Broadgates Hall 1602. See Cooke.
Croke, John (Crooke)of co. Southampton, gent. New Coll., matric. 12 Oct., 1610, aged 18; B.C.L. 5 May, 1618, perhaps beneficed in Dorset. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Croke, John (Crooke)'cler. fil.' Magdalen Coll., matric. 19 Nov., 1650, demy 1648-54, B.A. 10 Dec., 1653, fellow All Souls' Coll. 1654, M.A. 5 June, 1656, bar.-at-law, Inner Temple, 1663 (as of All Souls'), gentleman of the bedchamber to Charles II., died in Nov., 1670, buried at Waterstock, brother of George 1652. See Bloxam, v. 208; Foster's Judges and Barristers; & Burrows, 171,369. [5]
Croke, John'Typotheta,' s. J., of 'Cooksum,' Oxon, privilegiatus 24 Dec., 1691, aged 26.
Croke, Richardscholar of King's Coll., Cambridge, 4 April, 1502 (from Eton); B.A. 1510, M.A. 1517, fellow of St. John's Coll., Cambridge, D.D. 1524, sup. May, 1532, for incorporation, canon of Christ Church (King's College or Cardinal College) 1532-45, professor of Greek at Cologne, Louvaine, Leipsic (1514), & Dresden, first public orator (Cambridge) 1522-8, rector of Long Buckby, Northants, 1532, until his death in Aug., 1558, brother of Robert Crooke, of Water Horton, co. Warwick. See Ath., i. 259; Croke, i. 438; Cooper, i. 177; & D.N.B.
Croke, Richards. Alexander, of Chilton, Bucks, arm. New Inn Hall, matric. 23 June, 1637, aged 18; of the Inner Temple 1636, died 9 March, 1662-3. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Croke, Richards. George, of co. Lincoln, gent. Christ Church, matric. 15 Dec., 1691, aged 16; B.A. 1695, M.A. 1698, incorp. at Cambridge 1709, of the Inner Temple 1681, rector of Carleby, co. Lincoln, 1698, and of Tinwell, Rutland, 1700. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Croke, (Sir) Robert (Crooke)of Middlesex, 1s. Henry, of Hampton Poyle, Oxon, militis. Balliol Coll., matric. 31 Oct., 1629, aged 18; created D.Med. 1 May, 1644 (Fasti, ii. 77), of Checkers, and Hampton Poyle, Oxon, clerk of the pipe 1659, bar.-at-law, Inner Temple, 1635, bencher Gray's Inn 1660, knighted 9 Aug., 1641, M.P. Wendover April-May 1640 & 1640 (L.P.), till disabled 15 Nov., 1643, died 8 Feb., 1680, aged 71, father of the next named. See Foster's Judges and Barristers. [10]
Croke, Robert1s. (Robert), equitis. Queen's Coll., matric. 24 June, 1653, bar.-at-law, Inner Temple, 1661, clerk of the pipe, M.P. Wendover 1661, until his death 30 July, 1671. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Croke, Simon (Crook)s. Tho., of Titherton, Wilts, gent. Queen's Coll., matric. 9 March, 1705-6, aged 18; B.A. 1709, M.A. 1712, rector of Foxley, Wilts, 1727, and of Bremilham 1729. See Foster's Index.
Croke, Thomas (Crooke)B.A. from St. Edmund Hall 5 March, 1582-3, one of these names rector of Stockton, co. Warwick, 1593.
Creke, Thomas (Croocke)of Cornwall, gent. Exeter Coll., matric. 13 Nov., 1607, aged 18.
Creke, Untonof Berks (4s. John, of Chilton), militis. Christ Church, matric. 2 March, 1609-10, aged 15 (subscribes as 'Umpton Croke'); of Marston near Oxford, bar.-at-law, Inner Temple, 1616, bencher 1635. Lent reader 1639, serjt.-at-law 1654, M.P. Wallingford 1626, April-May, 1640, Oxford 1659, one of the commissioners for the security of the Protector, died 28 Jan., 1670-1, father of the next named. See Foster's Judges and Barristers. [15]
Croke, Untoncreated B.C.L. 5 June, 1649, bar.-atlaw, Inner Temple, 1653 (as son of Unton, bencher of the Inner Temple), a major in the parliament army and a colonel of horse, etc., high sheriff Oxon 1658. See Foster's Judges and Barristers; Fasti, ii. 129; & Croke, i. 525-48.
Croke, Walter (Crocke)s. Roger, of Hammersmith, Middlesex, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 11 Oct., 1633, aged 17; B.A. 25 June, 1636, incorp. at Cambridge, M.A. from Caius Coll. 1639; of St. Dunstan in the West, bach., licenced 26 June, 1641 (aged 25) to marry Mercy, daughter of Edward Archbold, of St. Clement Danes. See Venn, 203 (where his father's name is given as Roger Smith); & Marriage Licences, ed. Foster.
Croke, William2s. John, of Mottcombe, Dorset, militis. St. John's Coll., matric. 16 Dec., 1636, aged 17; son of John 1600.
Croke, Williams. William, of Studley, Oxon, gent. Magdalen Hall, matric. 3 Nov., 1671, aged 16; B.A. 1675, of the Inner Temple 1678 (his father of Chilton, Bucks), died s.p. 19 Jan., 1705. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Croke, Wrights. Rich., of Oxford (city), serjt.-at-law. Lincoln Coll., matric. 15 Oct., 1675, aged 17; of Marston, Oxon, bar.-at-law, Inner Temple, 1679, died 7 May, 1705, brother of Charles 1676. See Foster's Judges and Barristers. [20]
Croker, George (Crocker)s. James, of Ruon, Cornwall, pleb. Exeter Coll., matric. 10 April, 1685, aged 17; B.A. from New Inn Hall 1688, vicar of Duloe, Cornwall. 1699. See James 1671. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Croker, Gerardarm. St. John's Coll., matric. 6 Aug., 1596, aged 15.
Croker, Humfreyof Cornwall, gent. St. Edmund Hall, matric. 28 June, 1616, aged 18; B.A. from Exeter Coll. 17 Feb., 1619-20, M.A. 26 June, 1622, died at Gloucester, will proved at Oxford 15 Aug., 1623, inventory of goods in Ireland.
Croker, James (Crocker)s. James, of Ruan Lanyhorne, Cornwall, gent. Exeter Coll., matric. 15 July, 1671, aged 18; brother of William 1676, and see George 1685.
Croker, JohnB.A. 15 Feb., 1571-2, sup. as 'Crooke.'
Croker, Johnof co. Gloucester, gent. Trinity Coll., matric. 17 Jan., 1583-4, aged 16. [26]
Croker, Johnof Oxon, arm. Brasenose Coll., matric. 28 March, 1617, aged 17; for one of this name who died 1629, see Gutch, i. 118.
Croker, John (Crocker)s. John, of Stoke Fleming, Devon, cler. Exeter Coll., matric. 3 July, 1676, aged 15; of the Middle Temple 1680, perhaps rector of Willand 1684, and of Woolfardisworthy, Devon, 1685, his father instituted to Stoke Fleming rectory 26 June, 1661. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Inns of Court Reg.
Croker, Richard (Crocker)B.A. from Exeter Coll. 5 June, 1594.
Croker, Simon (Crocker)of Devon, pleb. Broadgates Hall, matric. 30 June, 1592, aged 16. [30]
Croker, Simonof Wilts, pleb. Merton Coll., matric. 10 Oct., 1617, aged 20; B.A. from Magdalen Hall 23 Oct., 1617, vicar of Corsham, Wilts, 1638, rector of Winterbourne Stoke, 1651. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Croker, Thomas (Crocker)B.A. 21 Feb., 1507-8, B.Can.L. (sup. in July) 1515.
Croker, William (Crocker)of Devon, gent. Broadgates Hall, matric.-entry under date 23 July, 1579, aged 17; of the Middle Temple 1581, as 3rd son of John, of Lyneham, Devon. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Croker, Williamof Oxon, arm. Brasenose Coll., matric. 28 March, 1617, aged 16.
Croker, William (Crocker)s. John, of Ruanlanyhorne, Cornwall, p.p. Exeter Coll., matric. 11 May, 1676, aged 18; B.A. 2 March, 1679-80, brother of James 1671. [35]
Croker, William (Crocker)s. Joh., of Hunshaw, Devon, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 23 March, 1682-3, aged 17; B.A. 1686, M.A. 19 March, 1691-2, one of these names vicar of Thorpe, Surrey, 1690. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Crome, Freschevilles. Valentine, of London, gent. Trinity Coll., matric. 9 May, 1685, aged 17.
Crome, JohnB.A. 12 July, 1529, as 'Crowne,' determined as Thomas.
Crome, PhilipB.A. 18 Feb., 1537-8, M.A. 3 March, 1540-1.
Crome, Valentines. Valentine, of London, gent. St. John's Coll., matric. 3 May, 1662, aged 14; of Lincoln's Inn 1663, father of Frescheville. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. [5]
Cromer, RichardAugustinian friar & B.D.; D.D. 27 July, 1523. See Fasti, i. 64.
Cromer, Williamof London, gent. Balliol Coll., matric. 16 June, 1610, aged 17.
Cromleholme, Richard (Cromlum)of co. Lancaster, pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric. 1 Dec., 1609, aged 17; B.A. 8 Feb., 1612-13, incumbent of Quedgeley, co. Gloucester, 1624, father of Samuel. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cromlehome, Samuel (Cromlum)born in Wilts, s. Richard, of Quedgley, co. Gloucester, sacerd. Corpus Christi Coll., matric. 13 Nov., 1635, aged 17; B.A. 27 June, 1639, M.A. 15 June, 1642, master of the Mercers' Chapel School, sur-master of St. Paul's School 1647, head master Dorchester Grammar School 1651, high master St. Paul's 1657, until his death 21 July, 1672. See St. Paul's School Reg., 49; & D.N.B.
Crompton, Antonyof London, pleb. Merton Coll., matric. 24 Nov., 1581, aged 20, sup. for B.A. 4 Feb., 1582-3. [10]
Crompton, Jerem.s. William, of Bedford, co. Lancaster, pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric. 13 March, 1639-40, aged 17; B.A. 26 Jan., 1646-7, brother of Thomas 1629.
Crompton, John (Crumpton)paup. St. Alban Hall, matric. 7 July, 1694; B.A. from Christ Church 1699; M.A. from St. Alban Hall 1704.
Crompton, Lovets. Robert, of Elstow, Beds, arm. Brasenose Coll., matric. 6 May, 1670, aged 15; bar.-at-law, Inner Temple, 1678, as of Everton, Beds. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Crompton, Richardof Brasenose Coll., 1560, father of William 1617. See Ath. Ox., i. 634; D.N.B.; & Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Crompton, Richardgent. Magdalen Coll., matric. 9 May, 1617, aged 17; demy 1616-22, B.A. 16 Dec., 1620, vicar of St. Sepulchre, Northampton, 1624, etc. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Bloxam, v. 75.
Crompton, Roberts. William, arm. Brasenose Coll., matric. 14 July, 1616, aged 18. [16]
Crompton, (Sir) Thomasof London. St. Alban Hall, matric.-entry under date 20 Dec., 1577, aged 19 (as pleb.); B.A. from Merton Coll. 28 Jan., 1578-9, M.A. 1 Dec., 1581, B. & D.C.L. 11 July, 1589, of the Inner Temple 1581 (son of Sir Thomas), judge high court of admiralty 1589-1608, chancellor, of the diocese of London 1607-11, master in chancery 1608-9, vicar-general to archbishop of Canterbury 1611, M.P. Boroughbridge 1597-8, Whitchurch 1601, Oxford University 1604-9, knighted 23 July, 1603, died in 1608-9. See Foster's Parliamentary Dic.
Crompton, Thomassubscribed 1 July, 1614; one of these names bar.-at-law, Lincoln's Inn, 1621 (as son and heir of Thomas, late of Stafford, knt.), M.P. co. Stafford circa Dec., 1647-53 (L.P.) 1654-5, 1656-8, and 1659, a Rumper. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Crompton, Thomass. William, of Bedford, co. Lancaster, pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric. 23 Jan., 1628-9, aged 18; B.A. from Exeter Coll. 16 Nov., 1630, served the cure of Ashley Chapel in Leigh parish, ejected 1662 for nonconformity, died 2 Feb., 1691, aged 82, brother of Jeremy 1640. See Calamy, ii. 351.
Crompton, Thomaspleb. Brasenose Coll., matric. 5 April, 1650, born at Great Lever, co. Lancaster, brought up in Manchester School, served the cure of Toxteth Park Chapel, near Liverpool, ejected 1662 for nonconformity, died at Manchester 2 Sept., 1699. aged 64. See Calamy, ii. 378. [20]
Crompton, Thomass. William, of Brosley, Salop, arm. Brasenose Coll., matric. 25 May, 1677, aged 16; of the Inner Temple 1680. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Crompton, William(s. Richard), of co. Lancaster, pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric. 28 March, 1617, aged 17; B.A. 9 Nov., 1620, M.A. 10 July, 1623, preacher at Little Kimble, Bucks, lecturer at Barnstaple, buried at Launceston 5 Jan., 1641, father of William 1649. See Ath., iii. 23; & D.N.B.
Crompton, Williamof co. Stafford, arm, fil. nat. max. Trinity Coll., matric. 15 Oct., 1619, aged 17.
Crompton, William(s. William 1617), student Christ Church by visitors in 1649, B.A. 23 Feb., 1649-50, M.A. 18 Nov., 1652, a nonconformist divine, entered Merchant Taylors' School 1647, vicar of Columpton, Devon, 1658, ejected 1662 for nonconformity, born at Little Kimble, Bucks, 13 Aug., 1633, and died in 1696. See Ath., iv. 626; Calamy, ii. 13; Fasti, ii. 120; Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus; Robinson, i. 180; & D.N.B.
Crompton, Williams. William, of Chester (city), arm. Brasenose Coll., matric. 28 May, 1666, aged 15; of Gray's Inn 1669, licenced, 30 Dec., 1669, to marry Mrs. Margaret Corbett, of St. Andrew, Holborn, widow. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg. [25]
Cromwell, Henry(3s. Henry, of Hinchinbrook), Hunts, eq. St. John's Coll., subscribed Nov., 1581, aged 15; fellow 1581, B.C.L. 5 Nov., 1588, uncle to Oliver; of Upwood, Hunts, M.P. Huntingdon 1604-11, buried 29 Oct., 1630, brother of Richard 1587, and of Philip 1592. See Fasti, i. 243.
Cromwell, Olivers. Robert, of Huntingdon, created D.C.L. 19 May, 1649, chancellor of the University 1650-1, lord protector 1653-8; admitted to Sydney Sussex Coll., Cambridge, 23 April, 1616, became a preacher at Ely, had the freedom of Cambridge conferred upon him, M.P. Huntingdon 1628-9, Cambridge April-May, 1640, and 1640-53 (L.P.), special member without constituency 1653, then 'lord-general,' died 3 Sept., 1658, father of Sir Richard. See Fasti, ii. 152; & D.N.B.
Cromwell, (Sir) Philip(5s. Henry, of Hinchinbrook), Hunts, militis. Brasenose Coll., matric. 2 June, 1592, aged 14; B.C.L. from St. John's Coll. 2 July, 1599, of Biggin House, Hunts, knighted at Whitehall 20 Aug., 1604, buried at Ramsey 21 Jan., 1629-30, brother of Henry 1581, and Richard 1587. See Fasti, i. 281.
Cromwell, Richard (Crumwell)of Wilts, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 23 March, 1581-2, aged 13.
Cromwell, Richard (Crumwell)of co. Huntingdon, militis fil. Brasenose Coll., matric. 8 Dec., 1587, aged 15; B.A. 6 Feb., 1590-1, of Lincoln's Inn 1592 (4s. Sir Henry), M.P. Huntingdon 1597-8, Lostwithiel 1601, buried s.p. 29 Oct., 1628, brother of Philip 1592, and of Henry 1581. See Foster's Parliamentary Dictionary. [30]
Cromwell, Sir Richardadmitted and created M.A. at Whitehall 29 July, 1657, Lord protector, admitted to Lincoln's Inn 1647 (as son and heir of Oliver, of Ely, in the Isle of Ely, co. Cambridge), chancellor of the University 1657-60, colonel in the army and privy councillor, lord protector 1658-9, M.P. Portsmouth, circa Dec., 1648 (L.P.), but doubtful if he sat, Hants 1654-5, and Cambridge University 1656-8, died 13 July, 1712. See Foster's Parliamentary Dictionary; Fasti, ii. 208; & D.N.B.
Cromwell, Thomas'Earl of Ardglasse,' s. Wingfield, Earl of Ardglasse. Christ Church, matric. 29 Oct., 1668, aged 14; 3rd earl, died s.p. 11 April, 1682.
Cromwell, Wingfield5th Baron Cromwell (2nd Earl of Ardglass), created D.C.L. 1 or 2 Nov., 1642, a royalist, taken prisoner at Chester April, 1649, died 3 Oct., 1668, his widow remarried to Charles Cotton, of Beresford Hall, Notts, 'the angler and poet.'
Cronkshaw, Nathans. Rob., of Padiham, co. Lancaster, pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric. 25 June, 1686, aged 16; B.A. 1691, vicar of Witham-onthe Hill, co. Lincoln, 1708. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cronyng, Lawrencecreated D.Med. 14 June, 1683, tutor to Prince Adolphus, Count Palatine of the Rhine, Duke of Bavaria, etc.
Croome, Jamess. James, of Malmsbury, Wilts, pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric. 29 Oct., 1678, aged 16; B.A. 1682, M.A. 1685, rector of Weston-juxta-Bath 1691, and of Newton St. Loe, Somerset. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [5]
Croome, Johns. J. of Cromhall, co. Gloucester, p.p. Magdalen Hall, matric. 2 Dec., 1670, aged 18.
Croome, Samuels. James, of Malmsbury, Wilts, gent. Magdalen Hall, matric. 16 March, 1692-3, aged 16.
Croone, Henrys. Henry, of London, gent. Christ Church, matric. 3 July, 1640, aged 17; B.A. 5 July, 1644, M.A. 23 Jan., 1646-7. See Alumni West., 115.
Croone, Williamadmitted a pensioner of Emanuel Coll., Cambridge, 13 May, 1647, B.A. 1650, M.A. 1654 (incorp. 11 July, 1654), D.Med. per Literas Regias 1663, born 15 Sept., 1633, admitted to Merchant Taylors' School 1642, professor of rhetoric at Gresham College 1659-70, secretary to the Royal Society and one of the original fellows, lecturer on anatomy at Surgeons' Hall 1670, fellow College of Physicians 1675, died 12 Oct., 1684, buried in St. Mildred's Poultry. See Munk, i. 369; Robinson, i. 153; & D.N.B.
Croote, Williams. Thomas, of Tawton, Devon, 'medici.' Exeter Coll., matric. 12 May, 1637, aged 19; B.A. 6 March, 1640-1, created B.Med. 1 Nov., 1642, admon. (at Oxford) granted 12 Aug., 1650. [10]
Cropley, (Sir) EdwardQueen's Coll., matric. 27 Feb., 1650-1 (as arm.), 2nd baronet on the death of his father Sir John, and died in 1672, brother of John 1659.
Cropley, JohnM.A. Cambridge, incorp. 9 July, 1605, rector of Girton 1611, and of Newton with St. Mary Marsh, co. Cambridge, 1621, canon of Ely 1624-9. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cropley, Johnarm. Queen's Coll., matric. 15 June, 1657, of Lincoln's Inn 1659, as 2nd son of John, of Clerkenwell, Middlesex (? licenced, 13 April, 1677, to marry Martha Faunce, of Holloway, Kent, spinr.), brother of Edward 1671. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Cropp, Samuels. William, of Southampton (town), gent. Christ Church, matric. 26 March, 1694, aged 17; B.A. 1697, M.A. 1700, B.Med. 1703, born 22 Feb., 1678, admitted to Merchant Taylors' School 1694. See Robinson, i. 332.
Crosby, Adamof co. Worcester, gent. Brasenose Coll., matric. 13 Nov., 1590, aged 18; sup. for B.A. 13 Dec., 1591. [15]
Crosby, Henrys. Rob., of Chester (city), pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric. 5 March, 1710-11, aged 18; B.A. 1714, M.A. 1717.
Crosbie, Johnof Westmorland, pleb. Queen's Coll., matric. 30 May, 1617, aged 17; B.A. from Oriel Coll. 22 Nov., 1621, M.A. 20 Nov., 1624.
Crosby, Rowlandof co. Worcester, gent. Christ Church, matric. 16 June, 1620, aged 16; B.A. 26 June, 1623, M.A. 13 June, 1626, vicar of Turkdean, co. Gloucester, 1634, rector of St. Swithin, Worcester 1635, vicar of Clifton, co. Worcester, 1639, sequestered from the rectory of Leckhampton, co. Gloucester, 1647. See Add. MS. 15,671, p. 78; & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Crosbie, Thomasof Cumberland, pleb. Queen's Coll., matric. 3 July, 1612, aged 18, B.A. 4 Dec., 1615; M.A. from St. Edmund Hall 4 July, 1618, rector of Sigglesthorne, co. Yorks, 1630. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Crosby, Thomass. Zac., of Laxfield, Suffolk, p.p. Wadham Coll., matric. 22 Nov., 1695, aged 15, servitor 1695, B.A. 1699; incorp. at Cambridge 1705, M.A. from King's Coll. 1705, vicar of Yoxford 1710, of Kenton All Saints 1711, and of Winston 1711, all in Suffolk. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [20]
Crosdaile, Henry (Crosdaylle)of co. York, cler. fil. Corpus Christi Coll., matric. 11 Oct., 1611, aged 15.
Crosdale, Richardof co. York, pleb. Corpus Christi Coll., matric. 21 Jan., 1619-20, aged 18; B.A. 13 Nov., 1621.
Crosfield, Thomasof Westmorland, pleb. Queen's Coll., matric. 15 May, 1618, aged 16; B.A. 9 Dec., 1622, fellow, M.A. 30 June, 1625; incorp. at Cambridge 1634, B.D. 17 Dec., 1635, licenced to preach 23 Feb., 1635-6, perhaps vicar of Godshill with Whitwell, I.W., 1640, and rector of Spennithorne, Yorks, 1650. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus; & Fasti, i. 479.
Crosier, Johns. John, of Ickenham, Middlesex, gent. Oriel Coll., matric. 9 April, 1647, aged 17; B.A. 12 Oct., 1650.
Crosland, ThomasB.A. from Jesus Coll., Cambridge, 1680, M.A. 1684, incorp. 14 July, 1684, rector of Kirk Bramwith, Yorks, 1685. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [25]
Crosley, Alexanderof Oxon, pleb. Jesus Coll., matric. 27 Nov., 1581, aged 18; fellow Exeter Coll. 1583-97, B.A. 28 June, 1583, M.A. 16 May, 1586, B.D. (sup. 13 Nov.) 1611, rector of Wickham, Hants, 1611. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus; & Boase, 48.
Crosley, Amoss. Michael, of Whitwick, co. Leicester, sacerd. Lincoln Coll., matric. 23 June, 1637, aged 19; B.A. from Gloucester Hall 8 July, 1641.
Crosley, Johnsubscribed 1 July, 1614; B.A. from St. Mary Hall 24 Jan., 1616-17.
Crosley, Johnsacerd. fil. Exeter Coll., matric. 16 Oct., 1629, aged 19; B.A. 22 Oct., 1629, M.A. 7 June, 1632, rector of Byfleet with Wixley, Surrey, 1635, vicar of Eling, Hants, 1638, etc. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Crosley, John'Bibliopola,' s. Walter, of Oxford (city), pleb.; privilegiatus 20 Sept., 1666, aged 24. [30]
Crosley, Roberts. John, of Oxford (city), pleb. Christ Church, matric. 17 Dec., 1700, aged 16; B.A. 1704, M.A. 1707, rector of Ashton or Ashney, Northants, 1712, buried at Ashton 19 Jan., 1730-1. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Crossage, William (Crossayge or Cressing)B.A. (sup. 12 June) 1515.
Crosse, Andrews. A., of Bromfield, Somerset, gent. Balliol Coll., matric. 10 April, 1674, aged 17.
Crosse, Augustinefellow of Exeter Coll. 1532-46, B.A. 29 Nov., 1532, M.A. 14 Nov., 1535, rector 1543-6, judge on the peace outside the East Gate — July, 1536, fellow of Eton College 1547, vicar of Modbury, Devon, 1552, and of Dorney, Bucks, 1553, rector of Sturminster Marshall, Dorset, 1559. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Boase, 34.
Crosse, BenjaminB.A. from Hart Hall 14 March, 1653-4, M.A. 6 July, 1655, of Gray's Inn 1657, as 4th son of Thomas, of Chester. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Crosse, Charless. Charles, of Aisholt, Somerset, pleb. St. Mary Hall, matric. 17 Oct., 1623, aged 17.
Crosse, Charlespleb. St. John's Coll., matric. 28 June, 1659; B.A. 1663, M.A. 1667, born 13 March, 1642 (eldest son of Edward, of St. Botolph's, Bishopsgate, merchant taylor), admitted to Merchant Taylors' School 1655. See Robinson, i. 224.
Crosse, Edwardgent. St. Mary Hall, matric. 24 June, 1653; of the Inner Temple 1653, as of Bottesford, Somerset. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. [5]
Crosse, Franciss. William, of Stowey, Somerset, pleb. New Coll., matric. 28 Feb., 1639-40, aged 18; B.A. 13 May, 1644, rector of Little Hinton, Wilts, 1653, and at the restoration in 1660. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Crosse, Francis (Crose)sacerd. fil. St. John's Coll., matric. 27 Feb., 1648-9; scholar of Wadham Coll. 1649, as of Stogumber, Somerset, aged 18, B.A. 12 Oct., 1652, fellow 1654 by the visitors, M.A. 22 June, 1655, incorp. at Cambridge 1655, ejected from the rectory of Charlinch, Somerset, in 1662, D.Med. Leyden, practised at Bristol, where he died in 1675. See Burrows, 398; Gardiner, 180; & Fasti, ii. 187.
Crosse, GeoffryB.A. 10 April, 1568, M.A. 18 June, 1572, servant to Bishop of Oxford, rector of Symondsburne, Northumberland, 1579. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Crosse, GeorgeB.A. from Christ Church 27 Jan., 1631-2, M.A. 2 Nov., 1634, rector of Clifton Campville, co. Stafford, 1646, ejected 1662 for nonconformity, he and his wife died of the plague at Basford, near Nottingham, 8 Aug., 1665. See Calamy, iii. 232; & Add. MS., 15,670, p. 172.
Crosse, Henry (or Crose)B.A. 30 June, 1516. [10]
Crosse, HenryB.A. 19 June, 1531. (Memo.: H. C., registrar and yeoman bedel of divinity, will proved at Oxford 19 June, 1578.)
Crosse, Henrys. 'Joh. Shall. Crosse,' of London, arm. Trinity Coll., matric. 1 Jan., 1695-6, aged 17; B.A. from Wadham Coll. 1699.
Crosse, Henrys. Rob., of Adderbury, Oxon, p.p. New Coll., matric. 29 March, 1705, aged 17; perhaps B.A. from Wadham Coll. 17 May, 1711, brother of Robert 1697.
Crosse, Jamess. Ja(mes), of Southampton (town), gent. New Coll., matric. 28 Sept., 1695, aged 19; B.A. 1699, M.A. 14 Jan., 1702-3, bar.-at-law, Middle Temple, 1704. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Cross, Jamess. Edw., of Exeter (city), gent. Balliol Coll., matric. 20 March, 1697-8, aged 17. [15]
Crosse, JohnB.A. 18 June, 1511 (as Crosser), M.A. 27 June, 1514, of Lincoln College, perhaps rector of White Roding, Essex, 1525, until his death in 1532 (see Newcourt), and of West Horndon, Essex, June to Aug., 1530.
Crosse, Johnof Dorset, pleb. St. Alban Hall, matric.-entry under date 28 Feb., 1580-1, aged 22.
Cross, JohnB.A. from All Souls' Coll. 5 Feb., 1596-7, M.A. 12 April, 1605, one of these names vicar of Sibsey, co. Lincoln, 1602. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Crosse, Johnof Somerset, pleb. Exeter Coll., matric. 29 Feb., 1599-1600, aged 17; B.A. 30 June, 1603, one of these names rector of Netherstowey 1621, and of Stogumber, Somerset, 1622-31, and father of Francis 1649. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Crosse, JohnB.A. from Trinity Coll., Cambridge, 1617, incorp. as M.A. 10 July, 1621. [20]
Crosse, Johns. Joh., of Exeter, pleb., p.p. Wadham Coll., matric. 10 April, 1663, aged 17, servitor 1663-6; B.A. from Hart Hall 1666, M.A. 1669, licenced, 2 Jan., 1677-8, to marry Mary Farr, of Stanlake, Oxon, spr. See Marriage Licences, ed. Foster.
Crosse, Johns. Rich., of Crosse Hall, co. Lancaster, arm. Brasenose Coll., matric. 27 Nov., 1668, aged 16; baptized 29 Dec., 1648. See Foster's Lancashire Collection.
Crosse, Johns. Rich., of Longdon, Salop, pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric. 29 March, 1672, aged 18, B.A. 1675; incorp. at Cambridge 1683, M.A. from King's Coll., Cambridge, 1683. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Crosse, Johns. Richard, of Thurloxton, Somerset, gent. Trinity Coll., matric. 8 July, 1684, aged 17; demy Magdalen Coll. 1685-9, from Somerset; B.A. from St. Mary Hall 18 Feb., 1687-8; M.A. from Magdalen Coll. 1691, rector of Thurloxton 1689-1706. See Bloxam, vi. 51.
Cross, Johns. Geo., of Boston, co. Lincoln, gent. St. Edmund Hall, matric. 27 April, 1686, aged 16. [25]
Cross, Johns. Franc., of Bromfield, Somerset, D.Med. Wadham Coll., matric. 30 March, 1688, aged 18.
Crosse, Joshuaborn in co. Lincoln, s. Joshua, of Newark, Notts, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 11 May, 1632, aged 17 (subscribed as James), B.A. 22 April, 1634, M.A. 25 Jan., 1636-7; fellow of Lincoln Coll. 1642, proctor 1648; fellow of Magdalen Coll. by the visitors in 1648 (to be created B.D. by order 8 June, 1649, but was not), created D.C.L. 16 Feb., 1649-50, Sedleian professor of natural philosophy 1648, until 1660, when turned out by the commissioners of Charles II., official of the Archdeacon of Norfolk, died 9 May, 1676, aged 62, father of Latimer 1685. See Fasti, ii. 156; Burrows, 506, 516; & Calamy, i. 241.
Crosse, Joshuagent. Magdalen Hall, matric. 27 May, 1658. See Latimer same date.
Crosse, Latimerof Lincoln, s. Joshua, of Newark, Notts, gent.; 13 Dec., 1633, aged 20, 'manciple of Magdalen Hall;' appointed steward of Magdalen Coll. by the visitors in 1648, created M.A. 14 April, 1648, died 3 Dec., 1657, will proved 12 March, 1659. See Burrows, 111; & Fasti, ii. 111.
Crosse, Latimergent. Magdalen Coll., matric. 14 Dec., 1658; subscribed as of Magdalen Hall, of Gray's Inn 1656. See Joshua same date & Foster's Gray's Inn Reg. [30]
Crosse, Latimers. Joshua, of Oxford (city), ll.d. Trinity Coll., matric. 27 March, 1685, aged 17; scholar of Wadham Coll. 1685, B.A. 1688, M.A. 1692, rector of Tollerton, Notts, 1693, vicar of Rowde 1703, and of Corsham, Wilts, 1713, vicar of Kintbury, Berks, 1719. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Crosse, Matthewborn in co. Lincoln, s. John, of Gosfield, Essex, sacerd. University Coll., matric. 6 Feb., 1623-4, aged 15; B.A. from All Souls' Coll. 12 Feb., 1628-9; M.A. from Brasenose Coll. 3 July, 1632.
Crosse, Matthews. Ellis, of Oxford (city), pharmacopola; privilegiatus 26 June, 1624, aged 47, esquire bedel of law, perhaps created M.A. 1 Nov., 1642.
Crosse, Michaels. Richard, of Baghurst, Hants, sacerd. Balliol Coll., matric. 15 June, 1632, aged 20; B.A. 24 Oct., 1633, M.A. 30 June, 1636.
Crosse, Richardof Hants, pleb. New Coll., matric. Oct., 1597, aged 18; B.D. 8 July, 1612, licenced to preach 13 May, 1617, vicar of Heckfield, Hants, 1602, and rector of Baghurst 1615, sequestered therefrom 1645, 'having deserted it,' father of the last named. See Add. MS., 15,669; & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Crosse, Richards. John, of Liverpool, co. Lancaster, arm. Hart Hall, matric. 1 July, 1640, aged 14.
Crosse, Richards. Richard, of Thurloxton, Somerset, gent. Trinity Coll., matric. 26 Nov., 1686, aged 17; fellow New Coll.; B.C.L. 1695; incorp. Cambridge 1728, LL.D. comitiis regiis 1728, rector of Broughton, Oxon, 1704, canon of Winchester and of Hereford 1724, archdeacon of Salop in Lichfield 1727, rector of Upper Ledbury, co. Hereford, 1731, died 5 June, 1732, aged 67. See Rawlinson, i. 362; & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Crosse, Richards. And., of Bromfeild, Somerset, gent. Balliol Coll., matric. 11 April, 1698, aged 17.
Crosse, Roberts. William, of Dunster, Somerset, pleb. Lincoln Coll., matric. 13 Dec., 1622, aged 17; B.A. 6 July, 1625, fellow 1627-53, M.A. 10 May, 1628, B.D. 6 July, 1637, canon of Christ Church and regius professor of divinity 1648, but declined or resigned shortly after, one of the Westminster assembly of divines 1643, vicar of Great Chew, Somerset, 1652, until his death 12 Dec., 1683. See Ath., iv. 122; Burrows; Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus; & D.N.B. [5]
Crosse, Robert'ser.' Christ Church, matric. 18 March, 1657-8; B.A. 1661, M.A. 1665. See Robert 1697.
Cross, Roberts. Andrew, of Bromfield, Somerset, gent. Balliol Coll., matric. 6 July, 1676, aged 16; B.A. 1680, fellow, M.A. 1683, died in college 3 Feb., 1684-5, buried in the college chapel on the 6th, his will proved at Oxford same day. See Gutch, i. 103.
Crosse, Roberts. Thomas, of Westminster, gent. Trinity Coll., matric. 22 June, 1687, aged 17; of the Inner Temple 1691. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Crosse, Roberts. Rob., of Adderbury, Oxon, cler. Trinity Coll., matric. 16 March, 1696-7, aged 15.
Crosse, Samuelcreated M.A. 2 Dec., 1642, brother of Henry 1705. [10]
Crosse, Silvesters. Epenetus, of Cork, Ireland, gent. Trinity Coll., matric. 12 May, 1687, aged 16; a student of Middle Temple 1690. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Crosse, Thomasfellow Catherine Hall, Cambridge, B.A. 1702, M.A. 1706 (incorp. 14 July, 1712), proctor 1716, D. D. 1717, president Catharine Hall 1719, vice-chancellor 1720, rector of Coton, co. Cambridge, 1710, canon of Norwich 1719, preb. of York 1724, rector of Ashby with Oby and Thirne, Norfolk, 1730-6, born 22 Oct., 1680, admitted to Merchant Taylors' School 1690, died 26 Aug., 1736. See Robinson, i. 324; & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cross, WalterB.A. from St. Mary Hall 28 March, 1593, M.A. 14 July, 1597.
Crosse, Williamof co. Stafford, pleb. Balliol Coll. matric. 6 May, 1603, aged 18.
Crosse, Williamof Somerset, pleb. St. Mary Hall, matric. 28 Nov., 1606, aged 16; B.A. 14 May, 1610, M.A. 9 July, 1613, an historical writer, one of these names vicar of Nether Stowey, Somerset, 1614, and succeeded in 1621 by John Cross, of Exeter College, 1600; but see Ath., ii. 481; D.N.B.; & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [15]
Crosse, Williampleb. Pembroke Coll., matric. 25 July, 1655, born at Frinkford, Oxon, vicar of Attenborough and of Beeston, Notts, until ejected in 1662, died in 1698. See Calamy, iii. 88.
Crosse, Williamfellow Sydney Sussex Coll., Cambridge, B.A. 1667, M.A. 1671 (incorp. 11 July, 1676), B.D. 1678. canon of Wells 1679, and vicar of Taunton St. Mary Magdalen, Somerset, 1679. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cross, Williams. John, of Eltham, Kent, pleb. Merton Coll., matric. 27 Nov., 1674, aged 18.
Crosse, Williams. Ben., of Cork, Ireland, cler. St. John's Coll., matric. 29 April, 1692, aged 16; B.A. 1 Feb., 1695-6, M.A. 1698, B.Med. 1705, D.Med. 1706, admon. (at Oxford) 13 Sept., 1709.
Crosse, Williams. James, of Southampton, Hants, gent. Trinity Coll., matric. 21 March, 1699-1700, aged 16; B.A. 1703, M.A. 1706, chaplain to the English factory at Constantinople 1712. See Rawlinson, vi. 201, xx. 159. [20]
Crossing, Francis (Crossen)of Devon, arm. Balliol Coll., matric. 11 May, 1615, aged 16; of Exeter (son of Hugh, mayor of Exeter), M.P. St. Michael, 1626, Camelford 1628-9, his will proved 15 June, 1639. See Foster's Parliamentary Dictionary.
Crossinge, Hugharm. Exeter Coll., matric. 27 Nov., 1652, of Middle Temple 1654, as son and heir of Francis, of Oxford. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Crossing, Richardgent. Exeter Coll., matric. 12 Nov., 1650, B.A. 13 June, 1653, fellow 1654-6, M.A. 23 April, 1656, vicar of Otterton and of Kenton, Devon, 1662, died 11 Jan., 1688-9. See Boase, 72; & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Crossing, Richardfellow Pembroke Hall., Cambridge, B.A. 1690, M.A. 1694 (incorp. 17 May, 1699), B.D. 1702.
CrossleySee Crosley. [25]
Crossman, John (Crosman)s. Edmund, of Clere, Cornwall, pleb. St. Alban Hall, matric. 4 May, 1627, aged 20; called Cresman in Mat. Reg.
Crossman, John (Crosman)s. And., pleb. Exeter Coll., matric. 16 July, 1680, aged 17.
Crossman, Josephof Somerset, pleb. Balliol Coll., matric. 20 Nov., 1618, aged 20; B.A. 20 Feb., 1622-3, M.A. 5 July, 1625, rector of Backwell, Somerset, 1626, until sequestered in 1647. See Add. MS., 15,671; & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Crossman, Samuel (Crosman)B.A. from Pembroke Hall, Cambridge, 1666, M.A. 1670 (incorp. 16 July, 1670), of Gray's Inn 1664, a son and heir of Samuel, of Sudbury, Suffolk, S.T.B. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Crosson, Hughof co. Lancaster, pleb.; privilegiatus 14 Jan., 1594-5, aged 27. [30]
Crosswell, Richardchorister Magdalen Coll. 1563, clerk 1572-85. See Bloxam, i. 17, ii. 41.
Crosthwaite, Gawin (Crostwat)Cistercian, B.D. (sup. in Feb.) 1534-5.
Crosthwaite, Johnof Cumberland, pleb. Queen's Coll., matric. 19 Jan., 1620-1, aged 20; B.A. 22 Jan., 1620-1, M.A. 21 Nov., 1623.
Crosthwaite, Thomas'ser.' Queen's Coll., matric. 10 March, 1656-7, B.A. 25 Feb., 1660-1, M.A. 1664 (incorp. at Cambridge 1671), proctor 1672, B.D. 1677, D.D. 1684, principal of St. Edmund Hall 1684-5, was ousted thence for several reasons, canon of Exeter 1678 (Le Neve), will proved at Oxford 3 May, 1710. See Fasti, ii. 394; Hearne, i. 306, ii. 339, & Wood's Colleges and Halls, iii. 665.
Croston, Hugh1595. See Crosson. [35]
Croston, Johnclerk Magdalen Coll. 1513, B.C.L. (sup. 10 June) 1515. See Bloxam, ii. 4.
Crouch, Abrahams. Jos., of Worcester (city), pleb. Pembroke Coll., matric. 30 March, 1677, aged 18; B.A. from Magdalen Hall 1680.
Crouch, Cassarfellow King's Coll., Cambridge, B.A. 1663, M.A. 1668, incorp. 13 July, 1669, vicar of Ringwood, Hants, 1688. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Crouch, Christophers. Christopher, of Wooton, Northants, pleb. Exeter Coll., matric. 22 Sept., 1710, aged 17; B.A. 1715, vicar of Nassington 1730, and of Brayfield-on-the-Green, Northants, 1732. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Crouch, Jamesof Dorset, pleb. Broadgates Hall, matric. 9 Nov., 1621, aged 18; B.A. from All Souls' Coll. 25 Feb., 1624-5.
Crouch, James (Crowch)s. Rti., of Shroton, Dorset, cler. Balliol Coll., matric. 5 Nov., 1696, aged 15; B.A. 1700.
Crouch, John (Crowch or Cruch)B.A. Feb., 1541-2, of Brasenose Coll. [5]
Crouch, John'ser.' Magdalen Coll., matric. 31 July, 1658, chorister 1657, demy 1659-60, a nonconformist, of Lewes, Sussex. See Calamy, iii. 337; & Bloxam, i. 79.
Crouch, John (Crowch)s. Ric., of Hatchbury, Wilts, gent. Hart Hall, matric. 22 March, 1704-5, aged 17; B.A. from Wadham Coll. 1708; M.A. from New Inn Hall 1713, rector of Upton Lovell, Wilts, 1717. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Crouch, Josephof Magdalen Coll. 1571. See Criche or Cruche.
Crouch, Nicholass. Nicholas, of Falldoe par Higham, Beds, pleb. Balliol Coll., matric. 5 Dec., 1634, aged 16; B.A. 2 June, 1638, M.A. 16 Dec., 1641, ejected from his fellowship in 1648, will proved 28 July, 1690. See Burrows, 164. [9]
Crouche, Nicholass. Gilb., of Ewelme, Oxon, gent. Trinity Coll., matric. 28 July, 1668, aged 18.
Crouch, Richardof Beds, pleb. Lincoln Coll., matric.-entry under date 20 March, 1578-9, aged 23; sup. for B.A. 18 Feb., 1586-7, rector of Outwell, Norfotk, 1595. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Crouch, Robert'cler. fil.' Balliol Coll., matric. 27 Nov., 1652; B.A. 16 Oct., 1655, M.A. from New Coll. 11 June, 1658, vicar of Hannington, Wilts, 1660, rector of Ewerne Courtney, Dorset, 1668, and vicar of Tarrant Monachorum, Dorset, 1678, father of James 1696. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Crouch, Robert (Crowch)s. R., of Pimperne, Dorset, p.p. New Inn Hall, matric. 7 Feb., 1678-9, aged 20; vicar of South Stoke, Somerset, 1691. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Crouch, ThomasB.A. from Queen's Coll., Cambridge, 1661, fellow Pembroke Coll., Cambridge, M.A. 1665, incorp. 13 July, 1669, one of these names (probably his father, who was of Trinity) M.P. Cambridge May, 1660, 1661-78, died 30 Aug. 1679. See Foster's Parliamentary Dictionary. [14]
Croucher, Nathaniels. George, of London, pleb. St. John's Coll., matric. 4 July, 1623, aged 16; B.C.L. 22 Oct., 1629, fellow 1626, until ejected in the great rebellion 1648, vice-president 1648, born 14 April, 1607, admitted to Merchant Taylors' School 1615, vicar of Bishops Stortford 1662, and rector of Gilstone, Herts, 1670, died 1680. See Robinson, i. 89; Burrows; & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Crout, Johnof Devon, pleb. Exeter Coll., matric. 13 Jan., 1620-1, aged 19; B.A. 27 June, 1622, rector of Beaworthy, Devon, 1630 (as Crought). See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Crowe, Benjamins. Patrick, of Aishington, Northumberland, gent. Queen's Coll., matric. 10 March, 1706-7, aged 18; B.A. 1712, M.A. 1713, vicar of Gilling, Yorks, 1742. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Crow, Charless. Charles, of Warcopp, Westmorland, minister. Queen's Coll., matric. 8 June, 1671, aged 16; bishop of Cloyne 1702, until his death 26 June, 1726. See Cotton's Fasti Eccl. Hib., i. 298.
Crowe, JohnB.A. from Trinity Coll., Cambridge, 1585, incorp. as M.A. 12 July, 1597.
Crowe, John'ser.' Balliol Coll., matric. 28 March, 1655. [20]
Crow, Nathaniels. Charles, of Castletown, Isle of Man, p.p. Queen's Coll., matric. 31 March, 1683, aged 19; B.A. 1686, rector of Stoke Climsland, Cornwall, 1692. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Crowe, Rogers. J., of Yarmouth, Norfolk, gent. Magdalen Coll., matric. 8 Dec., 1691, aged 18. See Carthew's Launditch, ii. 621.
Crow, (Sir) Sackville(s. Sackville), of Langhorn, co. Carmarthen, bart. Jesus Coll., matric. 6 June, 1689, aged 15; 2nd baronet, admitted to Lincoln's Inn 1692, his only child and heir, Jane, married to Francis Cornwallis. See page 330. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Crow, Williams. Gasp., of Widworthy, Devon, p.p. Exeter Coll., matric. 30 March, 1677, aged 16; B.A. 1680.
Crowfoot, Roberts. Rob., of Tatnall, co. Chester, pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric. 30 March, 1694, aged 16; B.A. 1697, M.A. 1700, perhaps rector of Edlesborough, Bucks, 1742-60. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [25]
Crowlande, Thomas (Croulande)Benedictine, B.D. (sup. 24 Jan.) 1506-7.
Crowle, Rogers. George, of Hull, co. York, gent. Lincoln Coll., matric. 10 March, 1667-8, aged 15; of the Inner Temple 1668. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Crowley, Robertdemy of Magdalen Coll. 1539, aged, 22, from co. Gloucester; B.A. 19 June, 1540, fellow 1541-4, 'a very forward man for reformation,' temp. Edward VI. & Queen Elizabeth, exercised the profession of printing at Ely Rents, Holborn,' canon of St. Paul's 1563, deprived 1565, vicar of St. Lawrence Jewry, 1576-8, archdeacon of Hereford 1559, canon 1560, and St. Paul's 1563, reader of St. Antholins, & parson of St. Peter the Poor, vicar of St. Giles, Cripplegate, 1565-9 (compounded 26 Sept., 1565), and again 9 May, 1578, rector of St. Lawrence, Jewry, London, 1576, until his death 18 June, 1588. See Ath., i. 542; Bloxam, iv. 78; & D.N.B.
Crowther, Abrahampleb. University Coll., matric. 2 July, 1658, B.A. 1662, fellow, M.A. 18 March, 1664-5, admon (at Oxford) granted 3 Aug., 1676.
Crowther, AbrahamM.A. from Trinity Coll., Cambridge, incorp. 13 July, 1675, rector of Blyborough 1682, and of Messingham, co. Lincoln, 1683. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [30]
Crowther, Anthony (or Growther)of Yorks, pleb. St. Alban Hall, matric.-entry under date 20 Dec., 1577, aged 17, B.A. (sup. 14 May) 1582; M.A. from University Coll. 2 July, 1588.
Crowther, Edmunds. E., of Claverly, Salop, p.p. New Inn Hall, matric. 30 March, 1707, aged 17.
Crowther, John (Crouther)of Salop, pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric.-entry under date 20 July, 1578, aged 20; B.A. 16 July, 1580, M.A. 6 May, 1583.
Crowther, Johnof London, gent. Magdalen Hall, matric. 24 Nov., 1581, aged 17 (subscribes as of Magdalen College); of Gray's Inn 1583, as son of George, of London. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.
Crowther, Johns. James, of Ludlow, Salop, minister. Magdalen Hall, matric. 13 Dec., 1622, aged 15; B.A. 14 Feb., 1625-6, M.A. 25 June, 1628. [35]
Crowther, John (Crouther)s. Thomas, of Stebenhith, Middlesex, gent. St. John's Coll., matric. 22 July, 1664, aged 16; brother of Joseph 1666.
Crowther, Joseph (Crouther)s. Thomas, of Blackwall, Middlesex, pleb. St. John's Coll., matric. 20 Oct., 1626, aged 16; fellow 1628, ejected 1648, B.A. 30 April, 1629, M.A. 9 May, 1633, (incorp. at Cambridge 1634), B.D. 15 March, 1638-9 (incorp. at Cambridge 1640), D.D. 2 Aug., 1660, principal of St. Mary Hall 1664-89, regius professor of Greek 1660-5, preb. and precentor of St. Paul's 1642, with rectory of Stratford, chaplain to James II., vicar of Great Dunmow, Essex, 1640, sequestered in 1646, rector of Tredington, co. Worcester, 1660-89, preb, of Worcester 1661, until his death in the Fleet 16 Dec., 1689, buried in St. Paul's Cathedral, admon. (at Oxford) granted 27 Jan., 1690. See Burrows, 164; Robinson, i. 90; Fasti, ii. 236; & Foster's Index.
Crowther, Josephs. John, of Stepney, Middlesex, gent. St. Mary Hall, matric. 7 Dec., 1666, aged 15, B.A. 1670; M.A. from Oriel Coll. 1674, incorp. at Cambridge 1678, born 25 Jan., 1648, admitted to Merchant Taylors' School 1662, 2nd and 1st under-master, removed in 1675, perhaps rector of Staplehurst, Kent, 1685-1719, brother of John 1664. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Robinson, i. 261.
Crowther, Josephs. Joseph, of Much Wenlock, Salop, p.p. St. Mary Hall, matric. 12 July, 1667, aged 14; B.A. from Magdalen Hall 1671, M.A. 1675, born 5 Oct., 1648, admitted to Merchant Taylors' School 1662, of Gray's Inn 1678. See Robinson, i. 261; & Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.
Crowther, Richards. Brian, of Knighton, Radnor, arm. St. Mary Hall, matric. 31 Jan., 1667-8, aged 18; of the Inner Temple 1669. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.
Crowther, Samuelgent. Brasenose Coll., matric. 20 March, 1650-1; B.A. 12 Oct., 1654. [5]
Crowther, Thomasstudent of Christ Church 1564, B.A. 17 Feb., 1568-9, soon after settled at Douay, 'where he became a person of note in his time.' See Fasti, i. 181.
Crowther, Thomass. Francis, of Bishop's Castle, Salop, pleb. Jesus Coll., matric. 23 June, 1626, aged 13.
Crowther, WilliamB.A. 10 Oct., 1566, M.A. 8 July, 1570, perhaps beneficed in Somerset or Lincolnshire. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Crowther, Williams. George, of London, pleb. Queen's Coll., matric. 22 Feb., 1666-7, aged 17; B.A. from Hart Hall 1670, M.A. 1673, vicar of Tarrington, co. Hereford, 1678, father of the next named. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Crowther, Williams. William, of Tarrington, co. Hereford, cler. Balliol Coll., matric. 2 March, 1699-1700, aged 16; B.A. from Christ Church 1703, M.A. 1706, vicar of St. John Baptist, Hereford, 1713. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [10]
Croxall, Randel (or Ralph)pleb. Balliol Coll., matric. 9 Nov., 1650, rector of Tolleshunt Knights, Essex, 1662, and of Tollesbury, 1677. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Croxford, Pexallof Wadham Coll., 1614. See Crockford.
Croxrocke, —B.A. 8 Feb., 1508-9. See O.H.S., i. 63.
Croxton, Georges. Thomas, of Ravenscroft, co. Chester, gent. Brasenose Coll., matric. 9 July, 1641, aged 16; of Gray's Inn 1641. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Croxton, Georges. Geo., of Middlewick, co. Chester, arm. Brasenose Coll., matric. 11 Nov., 1681, aged 18; called Coxton in Mat. Reg. See Ormerod's Cheshire, ii. & iii. [15]
Croxton, Jamess. William, of London, 'generosæ conditionis.' St. John's Coll., matric. 17 Jan., 1622-3, aged 17; B.A. 2 May, 1626, M.A. 15 April, 1630, born 10 March, 1606, admitted to Merchant Taylors' School 1617, precentor of Elphin 1633-5, rector of Gowran, co. Kilkenny, 1635, preb. of Ferns 1637 or 1639. See Robinson, i. 92; & Cotton's Fasti Eccl. Hib.
Croyden, Georges. George, of Temple Combe, Somerset, gent. Christ Church, matric. 1 Sept., 1634, aged 18; a student 1634 (from Westminster School), B.A. 11 April, 1638, M.A. 8 July, 1641, and a canon 1666, and treasurer, created LL.D. Padua 20 March, 1656-7, and incorp. 4 Nov., 1662, under-master of Westminster School 1642-3, died 14 June, 1678, buried in Christ Church Cathedral. See Alumni West., 105; Fasti, ii. 262; & Burrows, 329.
Croyden, Thomasfellow of Trinity Coll., Cambridge, 1631, and ejected, B.A. 1636, M.A. 1639, D.Med. Padua 30 Oct., 1648, incorp. 6 Dec., 1652, fellow College of Physicians 1657. See Munk's Roll, i. 280; & Alumni West., 104.
Cruche, Josephof Oxon, pleb. Magdalen Coll., matric. (8 Oct.) 1571, aged 22; demy 1567-76, B.A. 1 April, 1573. See also Criche & Bloxam, iv. 171.
Crudge, Richards. H., pleb. Balliol Coll., matric. 26 Feb., 1685-6, aged 19. [20]
Crudge, Roger (Crugge or Cruge)B.A. (sup 11 Oct.) 1515, M.A. — June, 1518.
Crudge, Thomassubscribed 3 June, 1614, scholar of Wadham Coll. 1617, B.A. 8 May, 1618, rector of St. Ewny-juxta-Redruth, Cornwall, 1620. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Gardiner, 42.
Cruft, Johnof Devon, pleb. Broadgates Hall, matric. 2 Nov., 1621, aged 22; B.A. 10 June, 1624.
Crump, Benjamins. James, of Hangor, par. Bromley, Wilts, minister. New Inn Hall, matric. 26 July, 1672, aged 19.
Crump, Edwardcreated D.Med. 20 Dec., 1670. [25]
Crump, George (Cromp)of Hart Hall, created B.D. 31 Jan., 1642-3, and admitted 1 March, 1642-3, vicar of Trelleck, co. Monmouth, 1639. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Crumpe, Jamess. Giles, of Gloucester (city), pleb. Wadham Coll., matric. 19 Nov., 1624, aged 16; B.A. 25 Oct., 1627, M.A. 26 June, 1630, one of these names vicar of Bremhill, Wilts, 1646, and ejected in 1662, father of Benjamin 1672. See Calamy, iii. 358; & Add. MS., 15,670, p. 220.
Crumpe, Johnof co. Worcester, pleb. Balliol Coll., matric. 15 Oct., 1619, aged 21; perhaps rector of Oddingley, co. Worcester, 1643. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Crumpe, John'cler. fil.' Christ Church, matric. 9 Dec., 1650.
Crumpe, Jonathans. James, of Bremhill, Wilts, p.p. Wadham Coll., matric. 7 March, 1672-3, aged 17; servitor 1673, buried in the chapel 20 Sept., 1675. See Gardiner, 297. [30]
Crumpe, Nicholasstudent of Christ Church 1563, sup. for B.A. 17 May, 1566, rector of Emberton, Bucks, 1574, and of Tidcome portion of Tiverton 1575. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Crumpe, Thomass. Thomas, of Ludlow, Salop, gent. Christ Church, matric. 17 May, 1639, aged 16; bar.-at-law, Gray's Inn, 1648. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Crumpe, Walter (Crompe)of Hants, pleb. Hart Hall, matric. 22 Feb., 1621-2, aged 21; B.A. 23 Feb., 1621-2 (? created B.D. 31 Jan., 1642-3, as George).
Crumpe, William (Crompe)s. William, of Wye, Kent, gent. Queen's Coll., matric. 13 May, 1684, aged 17.
Crunden, Edwards. Rich., of Eastbourne, Sussex, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 6 May, 1664, aged 17. [35]
Cruse, See CrewesCruwys, & Cruys.
Cruse, John (or Crewys)B.A. 21 July, 1522.
Cruse, Matthew (Cruese)secular chaplain; B.Can.L. 21 July, 1522.
Cruse, Nicholass. George, of Ashburne, Devon, gent. Broadgates Hall, matric. 18 July, 1623, aged 18; B.A. from Pembroke Coll, 21 Jan., 1626-7, M.A. 11 June, 1629.
Cruse, Robertcreated M.A. 31 Aug., 1636.
Cruso, Franciss. Aquila, of Norwich, citizen; admitted sizar of Gonville & Caius Coll., Cambridge, 30 March, 1669, aged 17, B.A. 1672, M.A. 1676, incorp. 11 July, 1676, vicar of Calthorpe, Norfolk, 1675, rector of Swanton Abbotts 1679, and of Mautby 1698. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Venn, 269.
Cruso, Johns. John, of Norwich, merchant; admitted sizar of Gonville & Caius Coll., Cambridge, 27 March, 1632, aged 14, B.A. 1635, and fellow (incorp. as M.A. 21 March, 1643-4), created LL.D. 1652, an advocate of Doctors' Commons 1652, preb. of Llanwthwll in Collegiate Church of Brecon (in St. David's), 1666-81, and chancellor of the diocese of St. David's, vicar of Llansantffraid in Elvell, co. Radnor, 1667-80, died in 1681. See Venn, 181; D.N.B.; & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Crusshe, Paulof Kent, pleb. All Souls' Coll., matric. 28 Nov., 1581, aged 17.
Crutchfeild, Petergent. Christ Church, matric. 20 July, 1658; bar.-at-law, Lincoln's Inn, 1670, as son and heir of Peter, of London, gent., deceased. See Foster's Judges and Barristers. [5]
Cruttenden, Henryof Leigh, Kent; 'Typotheta, privilegiatus 9 Nov., 1678, aged 25.
Cruttenden, Johns. Henry, of Leigh, Kent, gent. Magdalen Hall, matric. 12 May, 1637, aged 16.
Cruttenden, Johns. Ant., of Burwash, Sussex, gent. University Coll., matric. 20 March, 1712-13, aged 17; bar.-at-law, Middle Temple, 1723. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Cruttenden, Thomaspleb. Magdalen Coll., matric. 19 Nov., 1650; demy 1648-54, B.A. 21 Jan., 1651-2, M.A. 13 June, 1654, fellow 1654, until ejected in 1662 for nonconformity, died at Hackney. See Calamy, i. 246; Bloxam, v. 210; & Burrows, 171.
Cruwys, Williams. Joh., of 'Crusmitche' (Cruwys Morchard), Devon, gent. Balliol Coll., matric. 4 June, 1709, aged 18; B.A. 3 Feb., 1713-14, rector of Lesnewth 1720, and of Otterham, Cornwall, 1724. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [10]
CruysSee also Cruse.
Cruys, Robertgent. Magdalen Hall, matric. 11 April, 1660; demy Magdalen Coll. 1658-65, B.A. 1663, M.A. 8 March, 1665-6, fellow 1665-1704. See Bloxam, v. 237.
Crymes, Amess. Ellis, of Buckland Monachorum, Devon, arm. Lincoln Coll., matric. 21 Feb., 1661-2, aged 17; fellow of Exeter Coll. 1663-83, B.A. 1666, M.A. 1669, B.D. 1680, chaplain at Tangiers 1676, rector of Curry Malet, Somerset, 1681, of Huxham 1690, and of Buckland Monachorum, Devon, 1 Nov., 1708, buried 22 May, 1709. See Boase, 75; & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Crymes, Elliss. William, of Buckland Monachorum, Devon, arm. Exeter Coll., matric. 21 Nov., 1634, aged 19; of Buckland Monachorum, and of Lincoln's Inn 1634, M.P. Tavistock circa Aug., 1646 (L.P.), till secluded 1648, Beeralston 1659, Tavistock 1660 (void 3 May), Beeralston 1661 (void 16 May), buried at Buckland Monachorum 17 March, 1689-90, father of the last named and of Henry. See Foster's Parliamentary Dictionary.
Crymes, Francis (Crimes)arm. Exeter Coll., matric. 9 July, 1651. [15]
Crymes, Henrys. Ellis, of Buckland, Devon, arm. Exeter Coll., matric. 10 April, 1674, aged 17; of the Middle Temple 1676, married and had issue. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Crymes, Philip (Crimes)of Devon, arm. Broadgates Hall, matric. 13 Dec., 1605, aged 18; of Meavy, Devon (son of Philip), died 7 Sept., 1643, father of William 1634. See Vivian's Visitations of Devon.
Crymes, Samuel (Crimes)B.C.L. from Exeter Coll. 7 March, 1641-2.
Crymes, Simon (Crimes)s. William, of Buckland Monachorum, Devon, gent. Exeter Coll., matric. 1 April, 1636, aged 16.
Crymes, Williamof Devon, arm. Exeter Coll., matric. 26 Oct., 1599, aged 16; of Buckland Monachorum, Devon, and of Lincoln's Inn 1603 (son of William), baptized 6 Oct., 1583, buried 20 Feb., 1626-7, father of Ellis. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. [20]
Crymes, Williamsubscribed 21 June, 1633; possibly the next named.
Crymes, Williams. Philip, of Meavy, Devon, pleb. Gloucester Hall, matric. 4 July, 1634, aged 17; buried at Meavy 15 Oct., 1659.
Crymes, Williams. Ferdinand, of Buckland, Devon, p.p. Exeter Coll., matric. 7 March, 1672-3, aged 18; B.A. 8 March, 1676-7, rector of Ruan Major, Cornwall, 1683, and of Ruan Minor 1709. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Crynes, Nathaniels. 'Jonae,' of Coventry, co. Warwick, arm. St. John's Coll., matric. 27 June, 1704, aged 18; scholar 1704, fellow 1707, B.A. 1708, M.A. 1712, esquire bedel of arts and physic, died 5 Aug., 1745, buried at Coventry. See Rawlinson, vi. 175.
Cryse, John (Crise)B.A. (sup. 14 June) 1513 as 'Gryse,' fellow of All Souls' Coll. 1518, B.C.L. 15 July, 1520, B.Can.L. (sup. in March) 1530-1, B.D. (sup. 9 Dec.) 1531, of Beam Hall, vicar of Romney 1526, and of Pateshull 1529. See O.H.S., i. 89. [25]
Cubbe, WilliamM.A.; B.D. (sup. 25 April) 1512.
Cuckney, Henryof Surrey, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 6 Nov., 1618, aged 16; born 25 June, 1602, admitted to Merchant Taylors' School 1615. See Robinson, i. 88.
Cuckow, Daniels. Thomas, of Ashford, Kent, pleb. All Souls' Coll., matric. 25 Jan., 1627-8, aged 20; B.A. 19 Feb., 1627-8, M.A. 15 June, 1630.
Cuddington, Johnof Surrey, pleb. Balliol Coll. matric. 28 July, 1582, aged 23; B.A. 14 Dec., 1590, M.A. 5 July, 1594, of Lincoln College, will and admon. bond (at Oxford) 24 April, 1613.
Cudlipp, Richards. Nic., of Tavistock, Devon, gent. Exeter Coll., matric. 3 April, 1707, aged 18; B.A. 1710, rector of Denbury, Devon, 1711. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [30]
Cudmore, Danielarm. Wadham Coll., matric. 29 Oct., 1657; (s. Zachary, of Loxbeare, Devon) rector of Holsworthy, Devon, 1663, buried there 24 Oct., 1701, brother of John 1660. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Burrows, 115.
Cudmore, Edmonds. Edm., of Tiverton, Devon, gent. Exeter Coll., matric. 22 Nov., 1667, aged 19; of the Inner Temple 1669. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Cudmore, Edmunds. Humfrey, of Templeton, Devon, pleb. Exeter Coll., matric. 11 March, 1641-2, aged 18; baptized at Loxbeare 2 May, 1624, admon. granted 15 Jan., 1663-4.
Cudmore, Johngent. Magdalen Hall, matric. 21 July, 1660; brother of Daniel, of Loxbeare, Devon, perhaps migrated to Exeter Coll., a nonconformist preacher at Chumleigh, where he had a small estate, and died in Oct., 1706. See Calamy, i. 229.
Cudmore, Zachariasgent. Wadham Coll., matric. 31 July, 1658 (son of Zachary, of Loxbeare), baptized there 6 Jan., 1640-1, his will dated 19 Jan., 1666-7, proved 15 May, 1668, brother of Daniel 1657, and of John last named. See Vivian's Devon Visitations. [35]
Cudworth, Francisgent. Brasenose Coll., matric. 14 June, 1649, B.A. 17 Dec., 1651.
Cudworth, Johns. John, of Werneth, co. Lancaster, gent. Brasenose Coll., matric. 15 Feb., 1632-3. aged 18; B.A. 20 Oct., 1635, M.A. 3 July, 1638, See Calamy, iii. 423.
Cudworth, Johns. John, of Kinwarton, co. Warwick, pleb., p.p. (minister in subs. book). Queen's Coll., matric. 22 Jan., 1663-4, aged 16; B.A. from Trinity Coll. 1667, M.A. 1670 (incorp. at Cambridge 1674), B.D. 1684 (perhaps of the Inner Temple 1662), rector of Bradenham, Bucks, 1679, of Kiddlington, Oxon, 1687, sometime master of free school at Warwick, his father instituted to Kinwarton 5 March, 1661-2. See Hearne, i. 320; & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cudworth, RalphM.A. from Emanuel Coll., Cambridge, 1603 (incorp. as B.D. 24 April, 1610), D.D., vicar of Great Coggeshall, Essex, 1606-7, rector of Aller, Somerset, 1609, until his death in 1624. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Fasti, i. 340.
Cudworth, Samuels. Charles, of London, p.p. Trinity Coll., matric. 12 April, 1712, aged 18.
CuerdenSee Kuerden.
Cuffe, Henrys. Robert, of Donyatt, Somerset; scholar Trinity Coll. 1578, B.A. 13 June, 1580, fellow 1583; fellow Merton Coll. 1586, M.A. 20 Feb., 1588-9, regius professor of Greek 1590-7, proctor 1594, private secretary to the Earl of Essex, condemned as his accomplice and was hanged at Tyburn 1601. See Ath., i. 704; O.H.S., iv. 274; & D.N.B. [5]
Cuffe, Jeremiahs. Jerem., of Sherborne, Dorset, pleb. Magdalen Coll., matric. 29 March, 1667, aged 18; rector of Long Burton, Dorset, 1673, brother of William 1671. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cuffe, JohnB.C.L. 1 Aug., 1523, B.Can.L. (sup. 1 April) 1530.
Cuff, JohnB.A. 10 May, 1535.
Cuffe, Robertof Bristol (city), pleb. St. John's Coll., matric. 28 June, 1620, aged 16 (subscribed 'Cuffy'); fellow 1623, B.A. 20 April, 1624, M.A. 13 May, 1628, B.D. 18 Dec., 1637, perhaps rector of Kingston Bagpuize, Berks, 1661-3. See Burrows, 164.
Cuff, Williamof Somerset, gent. Magdalen Hall, matric. 19 Nov., 1596, aged 14; of Lincoln's Inn 1601. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. [10]
Cuffe, Williams. Jerem., of Sherbourne, Dorset, pleb. New Inn Hall, matric. 14 April, 1671, aged 17; B.A. 1674, M.A. 1677, perhaps rector of Axbridge, Somerset, 1679-82, and canon of Wells 1679, brother of Jeremiah 1667. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Baker's Northants, ii. 257.
Cuffley, Francisof co. Southampton, pleb. University Coll., matric. 17 June, 1621, aged 17; B.A. from New Inn Hall 23 Feb., 1624-5, sequestered to rectory of St. Andrew (sic), Guildford, and of Cranley, Surrey, 1645, perhaps also vicar of Axmouth, Devon, 1647. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Add. MS., 15,669.
Cuffley, Nathaniel'cler. fil.' Christ Church, matric. 1 April, 1656; rector of Lexden, Essex, 1669. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cuffolde, Williamfellow of New Coll. 1501-25, from Winchester, B.C.L. 26 April, 1510, B.Can.L. 9 July, 1521, chaplain, D.Can.L. 27 July, 1523; vice-warden of New College, doctor in Court of Arches, London, 20 Nov., 1523, rector of Saham Toney, Norfolk, 1524, and of Droxenford, Hants. See O.H.S., i. 68.
Cugley, Edmundof co. Gloucester, pleb. St. Mary Hall, matric.-entry under date 1575, aged 17; B.A. 28 Feb., 1575-6. [15]
Cugley, Johnof co. Gloucester, pleb. St. Mary Hall, matric.-entry under date 1575, aged 15; B.A. 26 Feb., 1578-9.
Cugley, Thomas (Cuggly)s. Th., of Paynswick co. Gloucester, p.p. St. Alban Hall, matric. 15 March, 1671-2, aged 19.
Cull, Davids. John, of Kilkenny, Ireland, minister. Lincoln Coll., matric. 1 July, 1664, aged 18; brother of Jonathan.
Cull, Franciss. Ric., of Beckford, co. Gloucester, pleb. Trinity Coll., matric. 23 Oct., 1705, aged 18; B.A. 1709, rector of Snave and of Romney Marsh, Kent, 1725, and died in Covent Garden 19 March, 1737-8. See Rawlinson ii. 233; xx. 163.
Cull, Jonathans. John, of Kilkenny, Ireland, minister. Lincoln Coll., matric. 15 July, 1664, aged 19; brother of David. [20]
Cull, Richards. 'Hort.; privilegiatus 31 March, 1694.
Cullen, (Sir) Johns. Abr., of London, bart. Christ Church, matric. 3 Dec., 1669, aged 17; 2nd baronet, of the Middle Temple 1668, died in 1677. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Cullen, Richarddemy Magdalen Coll. 1565-71, from Bucks, B.A. 23 Oct., 1570, fellow 1571-89, M.A. 21 June, 1574, B.C.L. 26 March, 1586, registrar of the University 1579-89. See O.S.H., i. 279; & Bloxam, iv. 165.
Cullicat, ThomasM.A. (sup. 7 April) 1511.
Culliforde, Johnof Dorset, arm. Trinity Coll., matric. 15 Dec., 1609, aged 18; of the Middle Temple 1613, as 3rd son of John, of Encombe, Isle of Purbeck, Dorset, brother of Richard 1607. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. & Hutchins' Dorset, i. 516. [25]
Culliford, Laurencearm. Oriel Coll., matric. 10 March, 1656-7; of the Middle Temple 1657, as eldest son of Robert, of Encombe, Isle of Purbeck, Dorset. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Cullyford, Richardof Dorset, arm. Trinity Coll., matric. 13 Nov., 1607, aged 17; B.A. from Gloucester Hall 17 June, 1611, of the Middle Temple 1613, as 2nd son of John, of Encombe, Isle of Purbeck, Dorset, brother of John 1609. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Culling, Williamgent. Exeter Coll., matric. 24 June, 1653.
Culling, Williams. William, of Woodland, Devon, gent. Exeter Coll., matric. 13 March, 1667-8, aged 17.
Culme, Benjamin(s. Hugh, of Molland), Devon, arm. St. Alban Hall, matric. 10 Nov., 1598, aged 15, B.A. 8 June, 1602; M.A. from Lincoln Coll. 24 April, 1605, rector of Trim 1619, preb. of Malahidert in St. Patrick's 1615, precentor of Kilkenny 1624, rector of Rathmore in diocese of Meath 1624, dean of St. Patrick's, Dublin, 1625, forced thence by the rebellion in 1641, and retired to Mudghill, near Lydiard St. John's, Wilts, where he died 21 Oct., 1657, aged 76. See Cotton's Fasti Eccl. Hib., ii.; & Fasti, i. 305. [30]
Culme, Benjamindoctoris fil. Magdalen Hall, matric. 1 April, 1656.
Culme, Benjamins. Robert, of Bristol (city), pleb. Queen's Coll., matric. 17 May, 1667, aged 16; B.A. 18 Jan., 1670-1, M.A. 1674, rector of Winterbourne Stoke, Wilts, 1673, and of Larling, Norfolk, 1679, vicar of Andover, Hants, 1682, brother of John 1664, father of the next. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Culme, Benjamins. Ben., of Stoke, Wilts, cler. Balliol Coll., matric. 25 Feb., 1702-3, aged 16; B.A. 1706, M.A. 1709.
Culme, Geffreyof London, pleb. Corpus Christi Coll., matric. 8 July, 1586, aged 13; B.A. from Broadgates Hall 24 June, 1591.
Culme, Hughof Devon, arm. Lincoln Coll., matric. 3 July, 1618, aged 18; of the Inner Temple 1622, (as son and heir of Richard, of Cannon Leigh, Devon), baptized 11 May, 1601, at Molland, and buried at Burlescombe 20 March, 1643-4, father of Richard 1652. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. [35]
Culme, John (Cullame or Collome)fellow of New Coll. 1562-71, from Farwaye, in Devon, B.A. 23 Jan., 1565-6.
Culme, Johns. Rob., of Bristol (city), pleb. St. Edmund Hall, matric. 1 April, 1664, aged 16; B.A. from Jesus Coll. 1667, vicar of Knowestone and Molland, Devon, 1672, brother of Benjamin 1667. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Culme, Richardof Devon, gent. Corpus Christi Coll., matric. 17 Jan., 1582-3, aged 13; of the Inner Temple 1592, as of Molland, Devon, gent. (son of Hugh), sheriff 1642, baptized 17 Oct., 1569, and died about 1649, father of Hugh 1618. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Culme, Richardarm. Oriel Coll., matric. 23 Nov., 1652; (only son and heir of Hugh), buried at Burlescombe 4 Jan., 1658-9.
Culme, William (Cullame or Colham)scholar of Corpus Christi Coll. 1566, from Devon, B.A. 15 Nov., 1570, fellow 1573, M.A. 4 Oct., 1573, rector of Wear Gifford, Devon, 1583, and of Georgeham 1586. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [5]
Culmer, Richardadmitted to Magdalen Coll., Cambridge 8 July, 1613, B.A. 1617, incorp. as M.A. 15 July, 1628, minister of Goodneston, Kent (but ejected), of Harbledown, Kent, of Chartham, Kent, and of St. Stephen's, near Canterbury, and of Minster, Isle of Thanet, 1644 (intruded), and canon of Canterbury 1644, died 20 March, 1661-2, his will proved (C.P.C.) 13 May, 1662. See Calamy, ii. 345; Fasti, i. 447; & D.N.B.
CulpeperSee Colepeper.
Culter, EdwardB.C.L. 8 July, 1578.
Culverwell, EzeckielB.A. 17 Oct., 1573, M.A. 25 June, 1577, incorp. at Cambridge 1578, parson (i.e., vicar) of Stanbridge Magna, Essex, 1592, licenced, 20 Oct., 1598 (then a widower, aged 44), to marry Winifred, widow of Edward Barefoot, of Hatfield Broad Oak, Essex. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & D.N.B., xiii. 288.
Culverwell, Richardof Somerset, pleb. Exeter Coll., matric. 7 April, 1598, aged 16, B.A. 11 Feb., 1601-2, exhibitioner 1605; M.A. from Gloucester Hall 27 June, 1607; (incorp. at Cambridge 1608), B.D. from Exeter Coll. 13 Dec., 1617, incorp. at Cambridge 1626, rector of St. Margaret's, Friday Street, London, 1618. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & St. Paul's School Reg., 31. [10]
Cumberland, Johns. Rob., of Chilham, Kent, cler. All Souls' Coll., matric. 27 March, 1697, aged 19; B.A. 20 March, 1700-1, rector of Warden and vicar of Leysdown, Kent, 1702. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cumberland, Richardadmitted to Magdalen Coll., Cambridge, 6 July, 1650, fellow, B.A. 1652 (incorp. as M.A. 14 July, 1657), B.D. 1663, D.D. 1680, rector of Brampton-juxta-Dingley, Northants, 1659 & 1661, and of All Hallows, Stamford, co. Lincoln, 1670, bishop of Peterborough 1691-1718, rector of Peakirke, Northants, 1704, licenced, 21 Sept., 1670, to marry Anne Quinsey, of Asheby, co. Lincoln, spr.; died 9 Oct., 1718, aged 86. See Fasti, ii. 205; & D.N.B.
Cumberland, Robert'ser.' Christ Church, matric. 18 March, 1657-8; vicar of Chilham, Kent, 1662, father of the next named and of John 1697. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cumberland, Roberts. R., of Chilham, Kent, p.p. All Souls' Coll., matric. 9 April, 1685, aged 15, B.A. 1688; M.A. from Hart Hall 1691, rector of Fordwich, Kent, 1693, and vicar of Sturry 1696, rector of St. Mary Bredman and St. Andrew in Canterbury 1710, rector of Hastingleigh 1733-4. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cumberland, Prince RupertDuke of; and Earl of Holdernesse, created M.A. 30 Aug., 1636 (son of Frederick V., King of Bohemia, by his wife Elizabeth, daughter of James I.), Count Palatine of the Rhine and Duke of Bavaria, K.G. 1642, captaingeneral of the king's horse guards, commander-inchief of the royal army 1644-5, created Duke of Cumberland, etc., 24 Jan., 1643-4, admitted to the Inner Temple 1661, P.C. 1662, constable of Windsor Castle 1668, admiral of the Fleet 1673, etc., died unmarried 29 Nov., 1682. See Foster's Peerage & Fasti, i. 490. [15]
Cumby, Williamof co. Hereford, pleb. Balliol Coll., matric. 16 July, 1621, aged 16.
Cumming, CharlesB.A. from Balliol Coll. 28 Feb., 1594-5.
Cumminge, Johnof Devon, pleb. Exeter Coll., matric. 9 March, 1603-4, aged 16; B.A. 6 Nov., 1607, M.A. 6 July, 1612, then in orders.
Cumming, Williams. G. (? 'Gul.'), of Great Barford, Oxon (Beds), cler. Trinity Coll., matric. 23 April, 1703, aged 17; B.A. 11 Feb., 1706-7, M.A. 1711, B.Med. 20 March, 1713-14.
Cummins, Francisof Queen's Coll., 1631. See Commyns, page 314. [20]
Cummins, Thomass. Robert, of Dagenham, Essex, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 12 June, 1640, aged 15.
Cummyns, Thomas (Commyns)of Wadham Coll., D.Med. 6 July, 1653.
Cunlyffe, Edmundof Hants, pleb. St. John's Coll., matric. 15 Jan., 1587-8, aged 30.
Cunlyffe, Johnof co. Lancaster, pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric. 12 Nov., 1596, aged 16.
Cunliffe, Nicholasof co. Lancaster, gent. St. Mary Hall, matric. 7 Nov., 1606, aged 17. See Foster's Lancashire Collection. [25]
Cunliffe, Nicholaspleb. St. Mary Hall, matric. 2 July, 1658; of Gray's Inn 1660, as son and heir of John, of Woodhead. co. Lancaster. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
CunnarSee also Canner, page 234.
Cunnar, John(? chorister of Magdalen Coll. 1501, demy 1508 as Cannar), B.A. 28 Oct., 1510, M.A. 29 Jan., 1513-14; fellow of Exeter Coll. 1523-49, B.D. (sup. 27 Oct.) 1524, vicar of Long Wittenham. Berks, and of St. Peter's-in-the-East, inventory (at Oxford) dated 3 Dec., 1569. See Boase, 32; & Bloxam, i. 6.
Cunningham, DavidM.A. Glasgow University, incorp. 6 Feb., 1633-4, rector of Charlton St. Luke, Kent, 22 March, 1635-6, until his death, buried there 22 June, 1636. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Fasti, i. 472.
Cunningham, Edmunds. Joh., of Tavistock, Devon, pleb. Exeter Coll., matric. 16 March, 1698-9, aged 17, B.A. 1702; M.A. from New Inn Hall 1705, rector of Stockleigh Pomeroy, Devon, 1707. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [30]
Cunningham, Richard (Coningham)of Bristol, pleb. Christ Church, matric.-entry under date (? 1574); 'scholaris Mri. Sowche,' student 1577, B.A. 28 Jan., 1578-9, M.A. 3 March, 1581-2.
Cuoan, John (Quoan)B.A. 11 May, 1570.
Cupas, Richard ('alibi Caple,' Wood)B.A. 24 Oct., 1507.
Cuppage, William (Cupege)B.A. 20 March, 1541-2, chaplain of Queen's Coll., fellow 1543, M.A. 1545.
Cupper, Johnof co. Worcester, arm. fil. nat. max. St. Edmund Hall, matric. 26 April, 1605, aged 15; of the Middle Temple 1608, as son and heir of Thomas, of Powicke, co. Worcester, esq. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. [35]
Cupper, John'ser.' Queen's Coll., matric. 29 Oct., 1657; (called Tupper in Mat. Reg.) one of these names rector and vicar of Bere Regis, Dorset, 1668, etc. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cupper, Johns. William, of Easton, co. Hereford, paup. Balliol Coll., matric. 3 March, 1681-2, aged 18; B.A. 1685, perhaps rector of Neenton, Salop, 1715. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cupper, Richardof Berks, arm. Queen's Coll., matric. 22 May, 1612, aged 17.
Cupper, Thomasof Berks, gent. St. Edmund Hall, matric. 23 Nov., 1604, aged 15.
Cupper, Thomass. John, of Chesterton, Oxon, arm. St. Alban Hall, matric. 25 Nov., 1636, aged 18.
Cupper, Thomasscholar of University Coll. 1648, B.A. 27 June, 1650, M.A. 26 May, 1653, fellow by the parliamentary visitors 1651, ejected 1660, rector of Sparham, Norfolk, 1659. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Burrows. [5]
Cupper, Vincentof co. Worcester, gent. Queen's Coll., matric. 28 April, 1615, aged 16, B.A. 23 Oct., 1617; M.A. from Oriel Coll. 21 June, 1622, of Gray's Inn 1619 (as son of Thomas, of Powick, co. Worcester), rector of Wolverton, Somerset, 1638, and of Paulerspury, Northants, 1646, until ejected 1662 for nonconformity. See Calamy, iii. 44; & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Gray's Inn Reg.
Cure, George1s. Thomas, of Newington Butts, Surrey, arm. Exeter Coll., matric. 21 June, 1633, aged 18; bar.-at-law, Inner Temple, 1644, bencher 1662, pensioned by the Hon. Society in 1686. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Curgenven, Thomas'serviens,' s. Rich., of Leland, Cornwall, p.p. Exeter Coll., matric. 26 Nov., 1662, aged 18; rector of Orcheston St. George, Wilts, 1690. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Curle, Markof Corpus Christi Coll. 1553, from Hants, fellow 1554, B.A. 13 Feb., 1555-6, B.C.L. (sup. 30 April) 1560, of Lincoln's Inn 1565, as of Southants. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Curle, ThomasB.A. from Christ Church 27 April, 1586, M.A. 21 April, 1589, rector of Brixton, Isle of Wight, 1589. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Curle, Walterof Peter House, Cambridge, 1592, fellow until 1616, B.A. & M.A. 1602 (incorp. 16 July, 1601, & 12 July, 1608), B.D. 1606, D.D. 1612 (reincorp. 31 Aug., 1636), rector of Wilton St. Mary with Bulbridge, Wilts, 1611, of Ditchampton 1612, of Mildenhall 1620, and of Fugglestone St. Peter & Bemerton, Wilts, 1620, chaplain to the king, preb. of Sarum 1615, dean of Lichfield 1621, bishop of Rochester 1628, of Bath & Wells 1629, and of Winchester & lord high almoner 1632, until his death in 1647. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus; Fasti, i. 293; & D.N.B. [11]
Curle, Williams. G. (? 'Gul.') of Great Horwood, Bucks, gent. New Coll., matric. 17 Dec., 1698, aged 19; B.C.L. 1706, vicar of Heckfield, Hants, 1710. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Curll, John'ser.' Magdalen Coll., matric. 28 June, 1659; demy 1662-6, B.A. 1663, fellow 1670-1, M.A. 8 March, 1665-6, master of Magdalen College School 1666-70, born at Lewes, Sussex, 7 June, 1643 (3rd son of Nicholas, a hatter), admitted to Merchant Taylors' School 1657, admon. (at Oxford) granted 14 Aug., 1671. See Robinson, i. 237; & Bloxam, iii. 206, v. 253.
Curll, Thomas'ser.' Christ Church, matric. 25 July, 1655; one of these names rector of Upton Lovell, Wilts, 1659, until ejected 1662 for nonconformity. See Calamy, iii. 380; & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Curnon, Johnof Cornwall, pleb. Merton Coll., matric. 17 March, 1589-90, aged 16; subs. more like Cannon. [15]
CurranceSee also Corrance, page 331.
Currer, Haworths. Henry, of Kildwick, Yorks, gent. Brasenose Coll., matric. 25 May, 1710, aged 18; of Kildwick, baptized there 26 Jan., 1690, and died there 13 April, 1744. See Foster's Yorkshire Collection.
Currer, Henrys. Hugh, of Kildwicke, Yorks, gent. Brasenose Coll., matric. 24 March, 1669-70, aged 18; bar.-at-law, Gray's Inn, 1675, born 25 July, 1651, died 28 Jan., 1722, father of the last named. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Currer, Richard (Currowe or Curro)B.A. (sup. 14 Oct.) 1510, M.A. (sup. 24 March) 1514-15.
Currer, Williamof Yorks, created D.Med. Leyden 1643; incorp. Nov., 1646, 'a chymical physician, entirely beloved by Mrs. Ashmole, died 16 Sept., 1668, buried in the chancel of St. Clem. Danes, Westminster.' See Fasti, ii. 93. [20]
Currey, Daniel (Curray)'cler. fil.' New Inn Hall, matric. 23 June, 1656; B.A. 1659, as Curry, and so called in Mat. Reg.
Currey, Johns. Edward, of Carmonbye, Cumberland, pleb. Queen's Coll., matric. 25 Nov., 1636, aged 16; B.A. 8 July, 1641, M.A. 13 May, 1644, vicar of Long Houghton, Northumberland, 1664. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Curteyne, Amos'Bibliopola,' s. Henry, of Oxford (city), bibliopola, privilegiatus 9 Dec., 1664, aged 21; will proved at Oxford 24 Jan., 1690.
Curteyne, Henry'stationarius,' s. John, of Sutton, Berks, privilegiatus 26 June, 1624, aged 25; will proved at Oxford 27 Feb., 1651, father of the last named and brother of the next named.
Curteine, Johns. John, of Sutton Courtney, Berks, gent., privilegiatus 31 Jan., 1633-4, aged 34; yeoman bedel in divinity. [25]
Curteyne, Johnpleb. Lincoln Coll., matric. 18 Nov., 1650, fellow 1650, ejected 1660, B.A. 29 Nov., 1653, M.A. 7 July, 1656 (incorp. at Cambridge 1659); chorister Magdalen Coll., by the parliamentary visitors 1648-50, physician to Wood, buried in the church of Borough in Lincolnshire 17 Oct., 1669. See Ath., i., p. lxv.; Bloxam, i. 70; & Burrows, 172, 176.
Curtis, of Devon. See also Courticepage 336.
Curtis, Augustine (Curteys); B.A. May1540, M.A. 4 May, 1540, vicar of Framfield, Sussex, 1543, canon of Chichester 1554. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Curtis, Charless. Bern, of Ashbrenton, Devon, p.p. Hart Hall, matric. 26 March, 1686, aged 21; B.A. 1689, M.A. 1695, vicar of Brixham, Devon, 1701. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Curtis, EdwardB.A. from Magdalen Coll. 16 Dec., 1634; one of these names vicar of Fen Stanton, Hunts, 1663. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Curtis, John (Curteys or Curtes)B.A. 13 Feb., 1527-8, M.A. (sup. in Dec.) 1533, one of these names rector of North Lew 1548, and of Petrockstow, Devon, 1549, vicar of Hatherleigh 1555. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [31]
Curtis, Joseph'surgeon,' privilegiatus 30 Oct., 1710.
Curtis, Nicholaspleb. St. Alban Hall, matric. 19 June, 1601, aged 17.
Curtis, Norton (Curteis)s. George, of Sutton Chart, Kent, gent. Magdalen Coll., matric. 8 April, 1636, aged 15; of Gray's Inn 1640. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.
Curtis, Richard (Curtyse)of Wilts, arm. Gloucester Hall, matric.-entry under date 3 Aug., 1578, aged 20. [35]
Curtis, Richards. Richd., of Reading, Berks, gent. Christ Church, matric. 10 Oct., 1693, aged 17; of Gray's Inn 1693. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.
Curtis, Samuels. John, of Bristol (city), pleb. Balliol Coll., matric. 15 March, 1710-11, aged 16; B.A. 1714, vicar of Holy Cross or Temple, Bristol (city), 1723. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Curtis, Thomasof Wilts, pleb. Christ Church, matric. 13 April, 1612, aged 17; B.A. 12 Dec., 1615, M.A. 18 June, 1618, vicar of Martock and Stapleton Chapel, Somerset, 1625. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Curtise, Thomas'de Oxon musitian,' s. Luke, of Lacocke, Wilts, musician, privilegiatus 3 June, 1636, aged 20.
Curtis, Thomass. John, of Wells, Somerset, gent. Wadham Coll., matric. 24 Oct., 1687, aged 16; of the Inner Temple 1687. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Curtis, William (Curtes or Curteys)Minorite; D.D. (sup. 6 Feb.) 1521-2.
Curtland, Johnof Bucks, pleb. Broadgates Hall, matric. 2 Feb., 1581-2, aged 16; B.A. 22 Nov., 1585.
Curtler, Johns. William, of Knighton, Radnor, pleb. Jesus Coll., matric. 28 Aug., 1634, aged 18 (called Cuttler in Mat. Reg.); B.A. 6 May, 1637. rector of Bishopstone, co. Hereford, 1662. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [5]
Curtler, Robertgent. Balliol Coll., matric. 9 Nov., 1650; B.A. 2 March, 1653-4.
Curtler, Roberts. R., of Kingsland, co. Hereford, gent. St. John's Coll., matric. 5 May, 1676, aged 15.
Curtois, Johns. Robert, of Lincoln (city), pleb. Lincoln Coll., matric. 29 March, 1667, aged 16, subscribed as Curtis; demy Magdalen Coll. 1670-1, B.A. 1670, fellow 1671-4, M.A. 1673, rector of Branston, co. Lincoln, 1680, canon of Lincoln 1700, until his death in 1719. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus; Bloxam, v. 309; & Fasti, ii. 335.
Curtois, Johns. J(ohn), of Branston, co. Lincoln, cler. Lincoln Coll., matric. 4 March, 1705-6, aged 16, B.A. 1709; M.A. from Brasenose Coll. 1712, rector of Branston 1719, and of Hatton 1723, brother of Rowland. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Curtois, Matthews. Joh., of Lissington, co. Lincoln, pleb. St. Alban Hall, matric. 28 July, 1665, aged 16; B.A. from Corpus Christi Coll. 1669, M.A. 4 March, 1672-3, B.D. 1682, D.D. 1695, as Curtis. [10]
Curtois, Rowlands. Joh., of Branston, co. Lincoln, cler. Lincoln Coll., matric. 8 April, 1701, aged 17; B.A. 1704, M.A. 1707, vicar of Hainton, co. Lincoln, 1708, and of Hatton 1711-23. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Curwen, Darcys. D(arcy), of St. Bride's, Cumberland, p.p. Queen's Coll., matric. 16 April, 1706, aged 18; died at Middlewich 6 June, 1710.
Curwen, Henry (Curwyn)M.A. Cambridge, incorp. 14 July, 1584 (Henry Curway, B.A. from St. John's Coll., Cambridge, 1580), vicar of Burton, Yorks, 1584, perhaps son of William, and father of another William, who died vicar of Crosby Ravensworth early in April 1685, aged 93.
Curwen, Hugh (Curwyn, Coren or Current)of Brasenose Coll.; B.C.L. 18 Feb., 1527-8, D.C.L. 5 July, 1532, vicar of Buckden 1514, of Great Mongeham, Kent, 1538, preb. of Alverley, in College of Bridgnorth, Salop, 1541, chaplain to Henry VIII. and Queen Mary, canon of Hereford 1538, dean 1541-58, portioner of Upper Hall in Ledbury 1546, rector of Eaton Bishop, co. Hereford, 1552, and of Lugwardine 1553, archbishop of Dublin 1555-67, and lord chancellor of Ireland 1555-67, bishop of Oxford 1567, buried in church of Burford 1 Nov., 1568. See Ath., ii. 803; O.H.S., i. 151; Cooper, i. 280; Cotton, ii. 19; D.N.B.; & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Curwen, Richard (Coren, Corne, Curren or Corren)fellow Corpus Christi Coll. 1519, from Lancaster, M.A. 10 Feb., 1522-3, B.D. 28 April 1528, D.D. 5 Feb., 1531-2, of St. Fridiswide Priory, rector of St. Michael, Crooked Lane, canon of Lincoln 1530, and of Henry VIII.'s College (now Christ Church), archdeacon of Colchester 1537-43, and of Oxon 1535-43, canon of the King's Chapel of St. Stephen at Westminster, died in Feb., 1542-3. [15]
Curwen, ThomasM.A. Cambridge, incorp. 11 July, 1581, perhaps rector of St. Peter, Paul's Wharf, London, 1587, rector of Dinton with Free Chapel, co. Gloucester, 1589, and of North Wraxall, Wilts, 1590. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Curzon, Charless. Nathaniel, of Tyler's Green, Bucks, bart. Trinity Coll., matric. 5 Dec., 1700, aged 15; B.C.L. 1707, D.C.L. 1709, died s.p., uncle to the 1st Lord Scarsdale and the 1st Viscount Curzon, and brother of John 1690, Nathaniel 1692, and William 1696.
Curzon, Henryof co. Derby, gent. Merton Coll., matric. 24 Nov., 1581, aged 14; of the Inner Temple 1586, as of Croxall, co. Derby, buried there 1639; see William same date. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. & Ussher's Sketch of Croxall, 10.
Curzonne, Henrys. Thomas, of Llandyrnogg, co. Denbigh, pleb. Jesus Coll., matric. 30 April, 1624, aged 20.
Curson, (Sir) Johnof Oxon; of New Inn Hall 24 May, 1588, aged 11 (as arm.); B.A. from Balliol Coll. 17 Oct., 1594, of the Inner Temple 1595 (as of Waterpery, Oxon), knighted at Whitehall 5 Aug., 1641, buried at Waterpery 15 Jan., 1655, brother of Richard same date. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Curzon, (Sir) Johnof co. Derby. Magdalen Coll., matric. 12 June, 1618, aged 18 (as arm. fil. nat. max.); of the Inner Temple 1620 (as son and heir of John, of Kedleston, co. Derby), M.P. Brackley 1628-9, co. Derby, April-May, 1640, 1640 (L.P.) till secluded in 1648, returned in 1660, created a baronet of Nova Scotia, 18 June, 1636, died 13 Dec., 1686, brother of Richard same date. See Foster's Parliamentary Dictionary. [21]
Curson, (Sir) Johns. Tho., of 'Waterpery,' Oxon, Bart. Oriel Coll., matric. 11 Nov., 1671, aged 14; 2nd baronet, died Dec., 1727.
Curzon, (Sir) Johns. Nathl., of Penn, Bucks, bart. Trinity Coll., matric. 18 July, 1690, aged 16, B.A. 1693; 3rd bart., of the Inner Temple 1692, M.P. Derbyshire, died 6 Aug., 1727, brother of Charles and Nathaniel, and William, 1696. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Curson, Leonards. Humfrey, of Exeter, Devon, gent. Exeter Coll., matric. 27 Nov., 1640, aged 16.
Curzon, (Sir) Nathaniels. N(athaniel), of Penn, Bucks, Bart. Trinity Coll., matric. 2 July, 1692, aged 16; 4th baronet, bar.-at-law, Inner Temple, 1700, M.P. Derby May, 1713-15, Clitheroe 1722-7, co. Derby 1727-54, died 18 Nov., 1758, brother of Charles and John 1690, and William 1696. See Foster's Judges and Barristers. [25]
Curson, Richardof Oxon, arm.; of New Inn Hall 24 May, 1588, aged '7'; brother of John same date.
Curzon, Richardof co. Derby, arm. Magdalen Coll., matric. 12 June, 1618, aged 17; brother of John same date.
Curson, Walterat Corpus Christi Coll. 1547, from Oxon, fellow 1551, B.A. 5 July, 1553, of the Middle Temple 1558, as 2nd son of Richard, of Waterpury, Oxon, deceased. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Curzon, Williamof co. Derby, gent. Merton Coll., matric. 24 Nov., 1581, aged 19. See Henry same date.
Curzon, Williams. Nathl., of Penn, Bucks, bart. Christ Church, matric. 25 June, 1696, aged 15; bar.-at-law, Inner Temple, 1705, bencher 1735, reader 1746, M.P. Clitheroe 1743-7, died 22 June, 1749, brother of Charles and John, 1690, and Nathaniel. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Cusacke, Walterchaplain, B.Can.L. (sup. 29 Nov.) 1515. [31]
Cusens, Johns. William, of Amesbury, Wilts, pleb. Queen's Coll., matric. 9 July, 1709, aged 16.
Cusse, HenryB.A. from Hart Hall 3 June, 1630, M.A. 6 June, 1633, rector of Ludgarshall, Wilts, ejected 1662 for nonconformity. See Calamy, iii. 365.
Cussington, Henrysubscribed 3 June, 1614; B.A. from Wadham Coll. 10 Feb., 1617-18.
Cuthbert, Edwards. Geo., of Streatley, Berks, cler. Trinity Coll., matric. 5 Feb., 1696-7, aged 17; B.A. from New Inn Hall 1700; incorp. at Cambridge 1705; M.A. from Emanuel Coll. 1705, rector of Cricklade St. Mary and St. Sampson, Wilts, 1704, canon of St. David's 1704, vicar of Latton, Wilts, 1725, canon of Llandaff 1727. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Cuthbert, Edwards. William, of Oundle, Northants, arm. Corpus Christi Coll., matric. 18 June, 1702, aged 17; bar.-at-law, Middle Temple, 1710. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Cuthbert, Roberts. George, of Hendred, Berks, cler. New Inn Hall, matric. 27 March, 1708, aged 17; B.A. 1711, his father instituted to the rectory of East Hendred 17 April, 1684(-1710). [5]
Cuthbert, Williams. John, of St. Mary-le-Bow, Durham (city), arm. University Coll., matric. 15 June, 1711, aged 18; bar.-at-law, Middle Temple, 1718. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Cuthbertson, John (Cuttbardson)fellow of Queen's Coll., B.A. 13 March, 1507-8, M.A. 27 March, 1511-12, B.D. 23 June, 1525; principal of St. Edmund Hall 1520-8.
Cutler, Benjamincreated M.A. 31 Aug., 1636, perhaps of the Inner Temple 1638, as son and heir of Benjamin, of Ipswich, Suffolk; but see Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Cutler, Edwardscholar of New Coll. 1569, as 'Coulter,' B.C.L. 8 July, 1578. See O.H.S., xii. 71.
Cutler, Egertoneldest or only son of Thomas, of Lechlade, co. Gloucester, equitis. Queen's Coll., matric. 11 Dec., 1696, aged 15; born 20 July, 1678, 'very poor, hath a place in the excise office in Yorkshire' (Le Neve's Knights, 362), became chaplain to the Duke of Marlborough in Flanders, vicar of Elsted, Kent, 1708, and of Winslow, Bucks, 1716, erroneously dubbed a knight by Burke. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [10]
Cutler, Henryof London, pleb. Balliol Coll., matric. 10 Oct., 1589, aged 15; B.A. 19 June, 1593. See Thomas, 1590.
Cutler, Johnof Surrey, 'cler. fil.,' demy Magdalen Coll. 1575-85, B.A. 7 July, 1581, M.A. 27 June, 1584 (from Magdalen Hall in O.H.S., xii. 97), rector of St. George, Southwark, 1592, and of Worplesdon, Surrey, 1593, he probably succeeded his father at St. George's, instituted about 1564. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Bloxam, iv. 200.
Cutler, Thomasof London, pleb. Balliol Coll., matric. 6 Feb., 1589-90, aged 13; B.A. 7 Feb., 1593-4. See Henry 1589.
Cutler, (Sir) Thomas2s. Gervase, of Stainborough, co. York, equitis. Christ Church, matric. 4 Dec., 1661, aged 18; of Lechlade, co. Gloucester, J.P., admitted to the Inner Temple 1663, knighted at Whitehall 25 Feb., 1681-2, captain in the Duke of York's regiment, served under the Duke of Luxemburg, the Prince of Condé, and Marshal Turenne; father of Egerton. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Cutler, Williamof Somerset, pleb. Magdalen Coll, matric. 26 June, 1621, aged 18; B.A. 27 Feb., 1621-2, as Robert. [15]
Cutler, Williamarm. Christ Church, matric. 20 July, 1654; B.A. 16 March, 1657-8, M.A. 13 July, 1660, of the Middle Temple 1654, as son and heir of William, of Hackney, Middlesex. See Alumni West., 142; & Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Cutler, Williams. Thomas, of Sarum, Wilts, pleb. Christ Church, matric. 3 Nov., 1676, aged 16; B.A. 1680, M.A. 1683.
Cutt, Richardof co. Stafford, pleb. St. Mary Hall, matric. 11 Oct., 1583, aged 19; B.A. 21 Feb., 1586-7, M.A. 1 July, 1590.
Cutt, Robertof Middlesex, pleb. St. Mary Hall, matric. 4 March, 1585-6, aged 16.
Cutte, RobertB.A. from St. John's Coll., Cambridge, 1588, incorp. as B.A. 10 Oct., 1590, reincorp. as M.A. 1 July, 1596. [20]
Cutts, Henrygent. Magdalen Hall, matric. 6 Feb., 1648-9, B.A. 20 Feb., 1648-9, he was admitted to Queen's Coll., Cambridge, 9 July, 1645.


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