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Dabbe-Dirkin

Dabbe, John s. Richard, of London, gent. Gloucester Hall, matric. 18 June, 1630, aged 17; B.A. 3 Dec., 1633.
Dabbs, Richard s. Tho., of Netherstow, Somerset, pleb. New Inn Hall, matric. 22 March, 1682-3, aged 28.
Dabbes, Thomas of Kent, gent. Oriel Coll., matric. 18 June, 1585, aged 14.
Dabbes, Thomas of All Souls' Coll. 1595. See Dawbbes.
Dabbins, James B.A. from Balliol Coll. 17 Oct., 1701. See Dalbin next page. [5]
Dabridgecort, Henry of Hants, arm. St. Mary Hall, matric. 18 July, 1589, aged 17; of Stratfieldsaye, Hants (son of Sir Thomas), gentleman pensioner to Queen Elizabeth, baptized 6 Sept., 1572, died 19 June, 1619, brother of the next named.
Dabridgecort, Thomas of Hants, arm. St. Mary Hall, matric. 18 July, 1589, aged 15; of Preston Candover, Hants, baptized 28 Oct., 1573, brother of the last named and possibly father of the next.
Dabridgecourt, Thomas born in co. Southampton, s. Thomas, of Peckham, Surrey, arm. Lincoln Coll., matric. 25 Nov., 1631, aged 16; of Gray's Inn 1633. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Dabridgcourte, William of Notts, gent. Magdalen Hall, matric. 30 July, 1596, aged 18; B.A. (sup. 15 Dec.) 1598, M.A. 26 June, 1601.
Dackombe, 'Bruinus,' born in co. York, s. Edward, of Corfe Castle in the Isle of Purbeck, arm. Trinity Coll., matric. 8 April, 1636, aged 15; father of the next named. See Hutchins' Dorset, i. 510. [10]
Dackombe, Edward gent. Wadham Coll., matric. 21 March, 1658-9, scholar 1659, B.A. 1662, son and heir of Bruen last named. See Gardiner, 224.
Dackombe, Edward s. Edward, of Corfe Castle, Isle of Purbeck, gent. Wadham Coll., matric. 19 Feb., 1694-5, aged 17; scholar 1695, B.A. 1698, M.A. 1701, fellow 1699-1705, died before 2 Sept., 1719. See Gardiner, 386.
Dackombe, Robert (Dackam) B.A. from Broadgates Hall 18 June, 1610, vicar of Horton with Chapel of Knolton, Dorset, 1613. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dacre, Andrew of Salop, pleb. St. Mary Hall, matric. 15 Oct., 1585, aged 16; B.A. 26 May, 1596.
Dacre, Henry of Queen's Coll.; B.A. 4 July, 1560, rector of Skelton, Cumberland, 1562. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [15]
Dacre, Humfrey of Cumberland, gent. Queen's Coll., matric. 21 Nov., 1628, aged 19; B.A. from St. Edmund Hall 17 Dec., 1632 (as Dacres), vicar of Thirkleby, Yorks, 1634, and of Haltwhistle, Northumberland, 1635. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dacres, John s. Philip, of London, gent. Pembroke Coll., matric. 20 March, 1706-7, aged 17; B.A. 1710, M.A. 1713.
Dacres, Joseph (Dakers) 'ser.' Queen's Coll., matric. 28 March, 1655.
Dacre, Roger 1580. See Dagar.
Dacres, Thomas equitis fil. Exeter Coll., matric. 16 Oct., 1629, aged 20; created M.A. 12 Nov., 1629, 'being then about to go with his Majesty's ambassador into foreign parts,' Wood; of Lincoln's Inn 1631 (as son and heir of Sir Thomas, of Cheston, Herts, knight), M.P. Callington, circa Oct., 1646 (L.P.), until secluded in 1648, knighted 1660, died in 1668. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. & Parliamentary Dictionary; & Fasti, i. 453. [20]
Dade, Arthur of Devon. Trinity Coll., matric.entry under date 12 Dec., 1572, aged 18, 'Dno. Mathewe tutori dial;' rector of Compton Abbas, Dorset, 1584. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dadley, William s. Thomas, of Addlestrop, co. Gloucester, pleb. Corpus Christi Coll., matric. 17 Nov., 1626, aged 16, B.A. from St. Mary Hall 30 Jan., 1626-7, as Julius; M.A. from Corpus Christi Coll. 25 June, 1629, as William.
Daffarne, John (Dafferan) of Lincoln Coll.; B.A. 7 Feb., 1559-60, M.A. 15 May, 1563.
Daffie, Thomas s. Giles, of Abingdon, Berks, pleb. Pembroke Coll., matric. 6 Nov., 1635, aged 18; B.A. 18 June, 1639, M.A. 26 May, 1642, ejected by the parliamentary visitors 1648, rector of Harby, co. Leicester, 1647, and of Redmile 1660, until his death in 1680. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus; Burrows, 163; & D.N.B.
Dagar, Roger B.A. 13 Feb., 1579-80, M.A. 4 July, 1583, rector of Drayton, Salop, 1587, as Dakar. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [25]
Dagge, John of Cornwall, gent. Broadgates Hall, matric. 23 Feb., 1598-9, aged 19; perhaps baptized at St. Kew 17 Dec., 1581, son of Nicholas, of Trevinnick. See Vivian's Cornish Visitations.
Dagge, Jonathan s. John, of Bodmyn, Cornwall, paup. Christ Church, matric. 15 Nov., 1678, aged 18; B.A. 1682, M.A. 1685, vicar of Great Missenden, Bucks, 1685, of Fowey, Cornwall, 1701, and rector of Endellion 1709, chaplain to Earl Radnor, preb. of Trehaverock in Collegiate Church of Endellion 1718. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Rawlinson, i. 395.
Dagget, Robert B.A. from Sydney Sussex Coll., Cambridge, 1608; incorp. as M.A. 8 July, 1614, rector of Kirklington, Yorks, 1640. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Daggett, William s. John, of St. Albans, Herts, gent. Christ Church, matric. 17 Oct., 1711, aged 18; B.A. 1715.
Dagle, John (Dagyll) B.A. 28 Feb., 1518-19. [30]
Dagle, John (Dangell or Dagell) fellow Exeter Coll. 1541-3, B.A. 7 April 1544, portioner of Bampton, Oxon, 1549, vicar of Morval, Cornwall, 1549, of Bodmin 1550, and of Stoke St. Gabriel, Devon, 1554, canon of Bodmin Priory, buried 15 Dec., 1564. See Boase, 36.
Dagnall, Richard s. John, of Tring Grove, Herts, pleb. Trinity Coll., matric. 11 May, 1665, aged 16.
Dagnall, Stephen s. Stephen, of Tring Magna, Herts, pleb. Broadgates Hall, matric. 31 Jan., 1622-3, aged 18; B.A. from Pembroke Coll. 9 May, 1626, M.A. 22 Jan., 1628-9.
Dakin, Humphrey of co. Chester, pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric. 13 Oct., 1598, aged 17; B.A. 18 June, 1602.
Dakin, Richard (Daken) of co. Leicester ('Lacestrensis'), pleb. Lincoln Coll., matric.-entry under date 17 Dec., 1579, aged 17.
Dakin, Robert of co. Derby, gent. Trinity Coll., matric.-entry under date 10 April, 1581, aged 17.
Dakins, Arthur B.C.L. 8 Feb., 1556-7. [5]
Dakins, Edward s. Polycarp, of Derby (town), med. doc. Christ Church, matric. 2 April, 1677, aged 17; B.A. 1680, M.A. 1683. See Polycarp Dawkins, post.
Dakins, Flexmer s. Charles, of London, gent. St. John's Coll., matric. 17 Oct., 1707, aged 17; of the Middle Temple 1709, and migrated to Gray's Inn in 1719. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Dakyns, John B.A. (sup. Feb.) 1545-6, one of these names rector of North Benfleet, Essex, 1554. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Le Neve, iii. 173.
Dakins, Richard B.A. (sup. 8 May) 1568, of Staple Inn, admitted to Gray's Inn 1573. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Dalbin, James s. Simon, of Aishcutt, Somerset, p.p. Balliol Coll., matric. 16 April, 1698, aged 17 (called Dobbin in Mat. Reg.); B.A. 1701, as Dabbins in Cat. Grad. [10]
Dalby See also Dolby.
Dalby, Edward s. Thomas, of London, gent. New Coll., matric. 19 Aug., 1634, aged 19; B.A. from Wadham Coll. 6 June, 1635; incorp. at Cambridge 1635, bar.-at-law, Inner Temple, 1641. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Dalby, John of London, arm. Hart Hall, matric. 12 April, 1594, aged 15.
Dalby, John of Oxon, gent. Magdalen Hall, matric. 1 March, 1604-5, aged 16; bar.-at-law, Middle Temple, 1616, as 2nd son of John, of Milcombe, Oxon, esq.; see William 1610. See Foster's Judges and Barristers. [14]
Dalby, John s. George, of Milcombe, Oxon, pleb. Trinity Coll., matric. 20 May, 1636, aged 17.
Dalby, John s. T., of Radcliffe, Middlesex, gent. Oriel Coll., matric. 21 June, 1672, aged 18.
Dalby, John s. J., of Winchester, pleb. Hart Hall, matric. 18 Feb., 1679-80, aged 19; B.A. from New Coll. 1684, M.A. 14 Jan., 1687-8, rector of Heyford Warren, Oxon, 1695. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dalbye, Richard of co. Warwick, gent. Oriel Coll., matric. 9 Feb., 1593-4, aged 18; of the Middle Temple 1596, as of New Inn, gent., son and heir of Edmund, of Butlers Marston, co. Warwick. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Dalby, Thomas s. Edward, of Reading, Berks, pleb. All Souls' Coll., matric. 8 July, 1684, aged 16, B.A. 1688; M.A. from Hart Hall 19 Jan., 1690-1, vicar of Sutton Courtney, Berks, 1702. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dalby, Thomas pleb. New Coll., matric. 23 Jan., 1688-9. [20]
Dalby, William (Dawbye) fellow of All Souls' Coll. 1536, B.C.L. 17 Feb., 1537-8; fellow of New Coll. 1542-58, from Milcombe, Exeter, preb. of Bristol 1558, chancellor of diocese of Bristol, ejected on account of his religion on the accession of Queen Elizabeth. See Fasti, i. 105.
Dalby, William of Oxon, gent. Oriel Coll., matric. 18 June, 1610, aged 16; see John, 1610.
Dale, Christopher of Kent. St. Mary Hall, matric. 8 May, 1584, aged 15, B.A. 23 Feb., 1587-8; fellow Merton Coll. 1588, M.A. 30 Jan., 1593-4, proctor 1603, B.D. (? from St. John's Coll.) 6 July, 1604, licenced to preach 16 March, 1604-5, vicar of Westerham, Kent, 1606, of St. Margaret Rochester 1622, of Hoo 1625, of Halstow 1628, and rector of Kingsdown 1638, all in Kent, preb. of Rochester 1622, father of John 1634, and of Thomas 1630. See O.H.S., iv. 275; & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dale, Darby B.A. (sup.) 1548.
Dale, George of Somerset, pleb. Balliol Coll., matric.-entry under date 1575, aged 14, B.A. 20 June, 1576; fellow of Oriel Coll. 1578, M.A. 12 April, 1581, proctor 1587, B. & D.C.L. 14 July, 1590; principal of St. Mary Hall about 1587-91, died 25 Nov., 1625. See William, same date. [25]
Dale, George of co. Lincoln, pleb. St. John's Coll., matric. 2 July, 1585, aged 16; B.A. 7 Feb., 1588-9.
Dale, George s. Robert, of Bakewell, co. Derby, arm. Jesus Coll., matric. 12 Dec., 1679, aged 17; of Flagg, co. Derby, admitted to Gray's Inn 1680, died in 1683. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.
Dale, Hugh s. William, of Cholmley Hall, co. Chester, gent. Brasenose Coll., matric. 6 July, 1682, aged 18; B.A. 1686, M.A. 22 March, 1688-9, rector of Middle, Salop, 1689. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dale, Hugh s. H., of Pillys, Radnor, gent. Christ Church, matric. 24 Oct., 1710, aged 18; B.A. 1714, M.A. 1717, rector of Settrington and of Dunnington, Yorks, 1720. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dale, John of co. Chester, pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric. 24 March, 1602-3 aged 20. [30]
Dale, John s. Christopher, of Rochester, Kent, sacerd. Magdalen Coll., matric. 27 June, 1634, aged 15; chorister 1633, demy 1636-9, B.A. 13 May, 1637, fellow 1639-48, M.A. 6 Feb., 1639-40, Greek lecturer 1646, expelled by the parliamentary visitors 13 Oct., 1648, brother of Thomas 1630. See Bloxam, i. 51; & Burrows.
Dale, John subscribed 10 July, 1635.
Dale, John s. Antony, of Gilfield, co. York, gent. Queen's Coll., matric. 21 June, 1639, aged 19, B.A. 4 July, 1639; fellow Magdalen Coll., M.A. 14 May, 1642, 'to be created B.D. when he pleased,' by order 8 June, 1649, rector of Stanlake, Oxon, 1660, of Longworth, Berks, 1680, but deprived for simony, died at Stanlake 14 Nov., 1684, buried 17th, will dated 14 Nov., 1684, proved 13 Dec., following. See Ath., iv. 161; & Burrows.
Dale, John s. Tho(mas), of Romaldkirk, co. York, gent. Queen's Coll., matric. 5 Dec., 1679, aged 17; buried at Staindrop, co. Durham, 16 July, 1682. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Dale, Joseph s. Rog., of Molesworth, co. Chester, cler. Trinity Coll., matric. 4 May, 1699, aged 18; rector of Taxall, Cheshire. 1726, brother of Thomas 1699, and William 1705. See Earwaker, ii. 547; & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [35]
Dale, Philip of Exeter Coll., proctor of the University 1524.
Dale, Richard s. R., of 'Lime,' co. Chester, p.p. Brasenose Coll., matric. 2 April, 1677, aged 20; B.A. 1 Feb., 1680-1.
Dale, Richard s. John, of Norton, Salop, pleb. Balliol Coll., matric. 6 July, 1681, aged 19.
Dale, Robert B.A. of Cambridge, incorp. 27 Nov., 1531, M.A. 31 Jan., 1531-2.
Dale, Thomas s. Christopher, of Rochester, Kent, sacerd. University Coll., matric. 18 June, 1630, aged 16; scholar 1630, B.A. 30 Oct., 1632, M.A. 9 June, 1635, rector of Kingsdown, Kent, 1639, and of Mapiscombe 1641, brother of John 1634. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus; & Burrows, 199.
Dale, Thomas s. Rog., of Denton, co. Lancaster, cler. Brasenose Coll., matric. 21 June, 1699, aged 16; B.A. 1703, brother of Joseph 1699, and of William 1705. [41]
Dale, Valentine B.A. (sup. May) 1541; fellow of All Souls' Coll. 1542, B.C.L. 1545, sup. for incorporation 18 Nov., 1552, as D.C.L. of Orleans, incorp. at Cambridge 9 July, 1562, a member of Gray's Inn, vicar of Winterbourne Earls, Wilts, 1550, rector of Llandyssil, co. Cardigan, 1554, advocate 1554, M.P. Hindon Oct.-Dec., 1555, Taunton 1558, Chichester 1572-83, Chichester and Hindon 1584-6, Chichester 1586-7 and 1588-9, then master of the Court of Requests, ambassador in Flanders 1563, archdeacon of Surrey 1573-5, ambassador in France 1573-6, dean of Wells 1575, master of Sherburn Hospital, Durham, 1585, etc., a judge of Court of Admiralty, died in his house near St. Paul's Cathedral 17 Nov., 1589, buried in St. Gregory. See Foster's Parliamentary Dictionary & Inns of Court Reg.; Fasti, i. 136; Cooper, ii. 62; & D.N.B.
Dale, William (Daale) B.A. 30 June, 1505.
Dale, William of Somerset, pleb. Balliol Coll., matric.-entry under date 1575, aged 18; of the Middle Temple 1577, as late of Lyons Inn, gent., son and heir of Henry, of Yebton, Somerset; see George same date. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Dale, William s. William, of St. Bees, Cumberland, paup. Queen's Coll., matric. 26 March, 1683, aged 17; B.A. 1687, fellow, M.A. 9 March, 1690-1, will proved at Oxford 28 Aug., 1697.
Dale, William s. Rog., of Denton, co. Lancaster, cler. Trinity Coll., matric. 23 Oct., 1705, aged 19; B.A. from Brasenose Coll. 17 Feb., 1709-10, M.A. 1712, perhaps rector of Pontesbury (2nd portion), Salop, 1726, and of East Lulworth, Dorset, 1728, brother of Joseph and Thomas 1699. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [5]
Dalechampe, Caleb B.A. Cantab 1624; incorp. as M.A. 10 July, 1627, vicar of Ingham, co. Lincoln, 1632, rector of South Ferriby 1634. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dalgardno, Robert 'ser.' Exeter Coll., matric. 17 March, 1653-4, B.A. 28 May, 1657, M.A. 3 July, 1660.
Dalgarno, George s. Geo., of Oxford (city), cler. Gloucester Hall, matric. 8 March, 1688-9, aged 22; admitted to practice in surgery 5 Dec., 1689; for a biographical notice of his father see D.N.B.
D'Algre, Sir Gaspard knt., Count of Beauvoir, Baron of Vivroux, etc., in France; M.A. Cambridge, incorp. 24 Aug., 1624, captain of 50 chevaliers in the suite of the King of France. See Fasti, i. 418.
Dalgress, William s. Alexander, of Faringdon, Hants, cler. Trinity Coll., matric. 2 May, 1711, aged 17; B.A. 1716, vicar of Wisborough Green, Sussex, 1729, his father instituted rector of Faringdon 12 Dec., 1684. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Daliferde, John of Brasenose Coll. about 1575, B.A. 1 Feb., 1577-8, as Dalifield. [11]
Dalimuntt, Henry of Norwich, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric.-entry under date 15 April, 1580, aged 18.
Dalions, Dennis (Daliance) Benedictine, B.D. 4 June, 1522.
D'Allemagne, James a French protestant minister, created D.D. 8 March, 1686-7, vicar of Bradfield, Essex, 1689, and rector of Tendring 1691. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dallender, Henry s. William, of Buckland, Surrey, knight; admitted a pensioner of Caius Coll., Cambridge, 27 June, 1617, aged 16, B.A. 1620; incorp. 13 Nov., 1621, M.A. from St. Mary Hall 7 July, 1627, rector of Headley, Surrey, until sequestered in 1645. See Venn, 135; & Add. MS., 15,669, p. 156. [15]
Dallender, John s. Nicholas, of Chichester, Sussex, gent. Trinity Coll., matric. 6 April, 1647, aged 18; scholar of Wadham Coll. by the visitors 1648. See Burrows, 35, 39, 176.
Dallington, (Sir) Robert Greek scholar of Pembroke Hall., Cambridge, and M.A.; incorp. 6 April, 1601, from St. John's Coll., Oxford, a schoolmaster in Norfolk, secretary to the Earl of Rutland, of the privy chamber to Prince Henry, master of the Charter House 1624, knighted 30 Dec., 1624, made his will 25 April, 1636, proved 1 March, 1637. See Fasti, i. 292; & D.N.B.
Dalrymple, (Sir) James s. David, of Scotland, bart. Queen's Coll., matric. 13 May, 1708, aged 15; of Hailes, 2nd baronet, M.P. Haddington Burghs 1722-34, auditor of the Exchequer, born 24 July, 1692, died 24 Feb., 1751. See Foster's Scots M.P.'s.
Dalston, Christopher (Daulston) of Westmorland, arm. Queen's Coll., matric. 17 March, 1597-8, aged 16; of Lincoln's Inn 1599, as of Cumberland, probably of Acorn Bank (son of Thomas), and knighted by King James 6 Aug., 1617, died 15 May, 1635, father of John 1631. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. & Cumberland Visitations.
Dalston, Christopher arm. Queen's Coll., matric. 10 March, 1656-7, probably son of John, of Acorn Bank, and aged 26, at the Heralds' Visitation in 1664, brother of Thomas 1660, and father of John 1682. See Foster's Cumberland Visitations. [20]
Dalston, George s. John, of Temple Sowerby, Westmorland, arm. Queen's Coll., matric. 14 July, 1665, aged 17; B.A. 1669, rector of Staunton, co. Gloucester, 1672, vicar of Dixton, co. Monmouth, 1675. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dalston, John s. Christopher, of Herne (Acorn) Banks, Westmorland, militis. Queen's Coll., matric. 2 Dec., 1631, aged 19; B.A. 24 Jan., 1631-2, of Gray's Inn 1631, M.P. Appleby 1661-78, father of Christopher 1657, and Thomas 1660. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.
Dalston, John s. Christopher, of Akland (Acorn) Bank, Westmorland, arm. Queen's Coll., matric. 6 July, 1682, aged 17.
Dalston, Thomas arm. Queen's Coll., matric. 26 Oct., 1660, bar.-at-law, Gray's Inn 1670, as son of John, of Acorn Bank, Westmorland, esq., brother of Christopher 1657. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Dalton, Francis B.A. from Trinity Coll., Cambridge, 12 Feb., 1573-4, incorp. as B.D. 11 July, 1586, vicar of Slaidburn, Yorks, 1588, rector of Kirkby Misperton, Yorks, 1614, etc. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [25]
Dalton, James of Christ Church 1550; B.A. (sup.) 1551, of Lincoln's Inn 1555, perhaps M.P. Saltash 1563-7, 1571, 1572-83, Lostwithiel 1584-5 and 1586-7. See Foster's Parliamentary Dictionary & Inns of Court Reg.
Dalton, James of co. Lancaster, pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric. 8 Dec., 1587, aged 18; B.A. 27 Jan., 1591-2, M.A. 17 June, 1597, B.D. 24 Feb., 1608-9, one of these names rector of Uley, co. Gloucester, 1612. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dalton, John of Cumberland, pleb. Queen's Coll., matric. 19 March, 1618-19, aged 19; B.A. 16 April, 1619, one of these names vicar of Little Abingdon, co. Cambridge, 1634. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dalton, John 'ser.' Wadham Coll., matric. 20 July, 1654; admitted B.A. 20 July, 1657, but he did not determine in the following Lent, and was pronounced Non-Bac. by the proctors. See Gardiner, 205.
Dalton, John 'ser.' Queen's Coll., matric. 10 March, 1656-7. [30]
Dalton, John s. Henry, of Shap, Westmorland, p.p. Queen's Coll., matric. 10 Oct., 1692, aged 16; B.A. from St. Edmund Hall 22 March, 1696-7, vicar of Deane, Cumberland, 1705, rector of Distington 1712. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dalton, Michael of Middlesex, s. Oliver, of Wratting, co. Cambridge, arm. New Inn Hall, matric. 13 Nov., 1635, aged 17; of Lincoln's Inn 1638, brother of Thomas 1628. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Dalton, Nathaniel s. N(athaniel), of Cucklington, Somerset, cler. Hart Hall, matric. 8 March, 1697-8, aged 16; B.A. 1701, M.A. 1704, rector of Cucklington 1707, and of Blandford St. Mary, Dorset, 1727, his father instituted to rectory of Cucklington 16 July, 1674, and of Holton 1681. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dalton, Peter s. Henry, of Brigham, Cumberland, pleb. Queen's Coll., matric. 4 Nov., 1631, aged 16; bar.-at-law, Gray's Inn, 1641. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Dalton, Peter 'serv.' Queen's Coll., matric. 10 Dec., 1658; B.A. 1663, M.A. 1666, vicar of Bramley, Hants, 1673, father of Thomas 1699. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dalton, Richard B.A. from Brasenose Coll. 6 Feb., 1577-8, M.A. 7 July, 1581, fellow 1583, B.D. 15 Dec., 1590, licenced to preach 4 July, 1607, rector of Stoke Edith, co. Hereford, 1596, canon of Hereford 1601. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dalton, Richard s. R., of St. James, Westminster, arm. Queen's Coll., matric. 28 June, 1714, aged 16. [5]
Dalton, Robert Benedictine; B.D. 9 May, 1538, perhaps canon of Durham 1541, until deprived in 1560. See Le Neve, iii. 315.
Dalton, Robert Queen's Coll., matric. 17 March, 1653-4; B.A. 16 Feb., 1657-8, fellow and M.A. 23 July, 1660. incorp. at Cambridge 1662, rector of Oaksey, Wilts, 1670. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dalton, Robert 'ser.' Queen's Coll., matric. 10 Nov., 1654.
Dalton, Thomas s. Oliver, of Henley in Arden, Berks, gent. Oriel Coll., matric. 20 June, 1628, aged 18; of Lincoln's Inn 1628, brother of Michael. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Dalton, Thomas 'famulus præpositi Magistri Coll. Reg., s. Pet., of Bramley Fort. Queen's Coll., matric. 27 March, 1699, aged 17, B.A. 1702; fellow All Souls' Coll., M.A. 1706, bar.-at-law, Middle Temple, 1711, as son and heir of Peter, of Bramley, Hants, clerk. See Hearne, i. 52,337; & Foster's Judges and Barristers. [10]
Dalton, William B.A. 6 Feb., 1507-8.
Daly, — of co. Meath, Ireland, pleb. University Coll., matric.-entry under date 1574.
Dalyson, Edward subscribed 29 Oct., 1613 (eldest son of Sir Roger, of Laughton, bart.), baptized there 4 Feb., 1595-6, buried at St. James, Clerkenwell, 3 May, 1624, brother of Thomas same date.
Dalyson, George 2s. William, of Greetwell, co. Lincoln, arm. Christ Church, matric. 20 May, 1636, aged 17; of Gray's Inn 1632, brother of the next named. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.
Dalyson, Robert 1s. William, of Greetwell, co. Lincoln, arm. Christ Church, matric. 20 May, 1636, aged 18; of Gray's Inn 1632, brother of the last named. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg. [15]
Dalison, (Sir) Roger of co. Lincoln. Exeter Coll., matric.-entry under date 3 Dec., 1575, aged 16 (as arm.); of Gray's Inn 1577 (eldest son of William), lieut.-general of the ordnance, knighted 23 April, 1603, M.P. Malmesbury 1604-11 and 1614, created a baronet 29 June, 1611, died about 1620, brother of the next named, father of Thomas and Edward 1613. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg. & Parliamentary Dictionary.
Dalyson, (Sir) Thomas of Greetwell, co. Lincoln; B.A. 24 March, 1571-2, of Barnard's Inn, admitted to Gray's Inn 1574 (son of Sir William, justice of King's Bench), knighted at Whitehall 13 July, 1603, M.P. Salisbury 1604-11, died 20 March, 1625, buried at Greetwell, father of William. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.
Dalyson, (Sir) Thomas subscribed 29 Oct., 1613, 2nd baronet (son of Sir Roger), baptized at Laughton 4 June, 1591, fell at the battle of Naseby 14 June, 1645, brother of Edward same date.
Dalyson, Thomas s. Max(imilian), of West Peckham, Kent, gent. St. John's Coll., matric. 3 July, 1676, aged 17; of Gray's Inn 1678, and of Hamptons, Kent, died 1 July, 1736. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.
Dalyson, William of co. Lincoln, arm. Magdalen Coll., matric. 30 June, 1598, aged 15; of Gray's Inn 1600, as son of Thomas, of Greetwell, co. Lincoln, gent., father of George and Robert. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. [20]
Damer, Joseph s. Edward, of Dorchester, Dorset, cler. Exeter Coll., matric. 6 Nov., 1683, aged 17; B.A. 1687, his father rector of Wyke Regis, Dorset, and chaplain to the Jersey garrison, but deprived at the restoration. See Hutchins' Dorset, iv. 387.
Damon, James of London, pleb. St. John's Coll., matric. 22 Oct., 1591, aged 15; B.A. 25 Feb., 1597-8, canon of Lincoln 1604.
Damparde, John of co. Gloucester, pleb. Queen's Coll., matric. 30 July, 1585, aged 15.
Dampier, John s. J., of Marsh, Somerset, p.p. Wadham Coll., matric. 12 May, 1673, aged 19; B.A. 24 Feb., 1676-7, vicar of Keinton Mandeville, Somerset, 1685, but died shortly after. See Gardiner, 299.
Dampier, John s. Henry, of Blackford, Somerset, pleb. Wadham Coll., matric. 10 April, 1685, aged 17; B.A. 1688, M.A. 1691, chaplain 1692, died 4 Dec., 1694, buried in the College Chapel. See Gardiner, 342. [25]
Dampny, Henry s. H., of 'Shaftston, Dorset, p.p. Exeter Coll., matric. 30 March, 1677, aged 16; B.A. 1680, rector of Winterbourne Cherborough, alias Gunner, Wilts, 1685, and of Kilve, Somerset, 1717, until his death in 1735. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dampny, James s. William, of Winterbourn Gunner, Wilts, paup. Queen's Coll., matric. 17 July, 1713, aged 17.
Damport See also Davenport.
Damport, Edmund of Oxon, pleb. St. John's Coll., matric. 19 June, 1610, aged 16.
Dan, John created M.A. 20 Dec., 1670. [30]
Dan, William B.A. (sup. 10 Dec.) 1529.
Dana, Obed s. James, of Manchester, co. Lancaster, p.p. Trinity Coll., matric. 1 June, 1674, aged 19; subs. his Christian name 'Obedes.,' B.A. 14 Feb., 1677-8 (as Obadiah), afterwards a monk among the English Benedictines at Douay. See Fasti, ii. 360.
Danby, Abstrupus eldest or only son of Ab(strupus), equitis. Magdalen Coll., matric. 7 April, 1698, aged 16; of Swinton, Yorks, admitted to the Middle Temple 1697 (his father of Masham, Yorks, knighted 30 April, 1691, and died in 1727). See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Danby, Christopher of co. York, gent. Oriel Coll., matric. 11 Oct., 1605, aged 11; possibly son of Richard, of South Cave. See Foster's Yorkshire Visitations, 263.
Danby, Thomas M.A. St. Andrew's University; incorp. from Christ Church 14 April, 1648. [35]
Dancastell, Oliver of co. Southants, gent. St. John's Coll., matric. 16 June, 1610, aged 16; of Lincoln's Inn 1613, son of Robert, of Durley, Southants, gent. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Dancaster, Anthony s. A., of co. Southants, 'famulus Dri. Abbott vic. Can.' University Coll., matric. 4 May, 1604, aged 20.
Dancaster, William s. Edward, of St. Mawgan, Cornwall, pleb. Exeter Coll., matric. 21 June, 1633, aged 17.
Dance, Charles s. Richard, of Chipping Norton, Oxon, pleb., p.p. Queen's Coll., matric. 11 March, 1663-4, aged 17.
Dancer See also Danser. [40]
Dancer, Peter of Christ Church, 1659. See Daunser.
Dancer, Thomas s. Geo., of Buckingham (town), pleb. Hart Hall, matric. 19 April, 1678, aged 15; B.A. 1682, rector of Shalstone, Bucks, 1687. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dande, Oliver B.A. from St. John's Coll., Cambridge, 1623; incorp. as M.A. 15 July, 1628 (probably 3rd son of Francis, of Mansfield, Notts), rector of Warsop, Notts, 1647. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dand, Oliver s. Rob., of Mansfield, Notts, arm. University Coll., matric. 18 May, 1666, aged 18; B.A. 18 Jan., 1669-70.
Dande, William of co. Derby, pleb. University Coll., matric. 15 Nov., 1588, aged 18; B.A. from Merton Coll. 20 Feb., 1592-3.
Dandridge, John B.A. from Gloucester Hall 29 March, 1622. [5]
Dandridge, John s. William, of Oxford (city), pleb. New Coll., matric. 13 May, 1696, aged 17; B.A. 3 Feb., 1699-1700, M.A. 1702, vicar of Weston Beggard, co. Hereford, 1705. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dandy, Francis s. William, of Lanreath, Cornwall, pleb. St. Alban Hall, matric. 17 June, 1636, aged 17; B.A. 13 July, 1639, M.A. 17 May, 1642, baptized at Lanreath 27 March, 1614-15. See Vivian's Cornish Visitations.
Dandy, Nicholas s. Th., of Lanreath, Cornwall, gent. St. Alban Hall., matric. 10 April, 1674, aged 19, B.A. 1677; M.A. from St. Mary Hall 1680.
Dandy, Thomas B.A. from Corpus Christi Coll. 19 Feb., 1630-1; of Gray's Inn 1626, as son and heir of Edmund, of Finningham, Suffolk, esq. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.
Dane, Francis s. Dav., of Leybourn, Kent, pleb. University Coll., matric. 5 July, 1678, aged 18; B.A. 1682, brother of James. [10]
Dane, Giles (Dain) B.A. (sup. 5 March) 1573-4, or William. See O.H.S., x. 17.
Dane, James s. David, of Leybourne, Kent, pleb. University Coll., matric. 27 March, 1672, aged 17; brother of Francis.
Dane, John s. J., of Tunbridge, Kent, gent. Balliol Coll. 5 March, 1701-2, aged 50; subscribed 'Rector Rectoria de Caulford, M.A. (by decree) 5 March, 1701-2, D.D. (by diploma) 14 July, 1702, 'a convert from the Church of Rome,' vicar of Bedfont, Middlesex, 1688, rector of Copford, Essex, 1689, chaplain to the Duke of Ormond, rector of All Saints, Colchester, 1709, until he died 12 July, 1713, aged 63. See Rawlinson, xx. 166; & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Danger, John B.A. 13 June, 1544; vicar of Milverton, Somerset, 1548, rector of Monkton West 1554, and of West Quantoxhead 1559, preb. of Warthill in York Cathedral 1561. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dangar, Richard s. R., of Bromfield, Somerset, p.p. Balliol Coll., matric. 19 July, 1690, aged 19.
Dangerfield, Edmund s. Tho., of Mather, co. Worcester, pleb. Balliol Coll., matric. 17 Nov., 1698, aged 16; B.A. 1702. [16]
Daniell, Alexander of Cornwall, arm. Lincoln Coll., matric. 21 Nov., 1617, aged 17; 'diarist' (son of Richard), of Penzance and Laregon, buried in Madron Churchyard. See D.N.B.; Boase & Courtney's Bibl. Cornub., 103, 1146-7.
Daniel, Arduenna s. Ard., of Wardenton, Oxon, pleb. Balliol Coll., matric. 24 Nov., 1711, aged 19; brother of William 1700.
Daniel, Barton fellow Oriel Coll., B.A. 24 Oct., 1608, M.A. 27 Jan., 1613-14, his will proved at Oxford 6 Dec., 1620. See O.H.S., xii. 281.
Daniell, Edmund B.A. Jan., 1539-40, M.A. 4 April, 1544; fellow Merton Coll. 1540, B.D. (sup. 20 July) 1556, Wood adds that he was admitted; rector of Kingsland co Hereford, 1548, canon of Worcester, dean of Hereford 1558, deprived 1559, died 30 Oct., 1576, buried in the English College Chapel at Rome. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus; Fasti, i. 150; & O.H.S., iv. 258. [20]
Daniell, Edward of Wilts, arm. University Coll., matric. 17 Nov., 1615, aged 17; B.A. 14 May, 1619.
Daniel, Edward s. Rob., of 'Llanthanatt,' co. Denbigh, pleb. Jesus Coll., matric. 6 April, 1707, aged 19; B.A. 22 Feb., 1710-11, perhaps perpetual curate or vicar of Treyddyn 1735-8, vicar of Tremeirchion, Flints, 1738. See Thomas, St. Asaph, 613; & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Daniel, 'Galfred,' s. William, of St. Margett, Wilts, gent. Magdalen Coll., matric. 20 May, 1642, aged 15; M.P. Marlborough, Wilts, 1660, 1661-78, father of William 1682. See Foster's Parliamentary Dictionary.
Daniell, George of Wilts, arm. Magdalen Hall, matric. 1 Feb., 1581-2, aged 17.
Daniell, George s. George, of Beswick, co. York, arm. Magdalen Coll., matric. 12 Dec., 1661, aged 17; demy 1660-5, his father, the cavalier poet. See Bloxam, v. 238. [25]
Daniell, Henry s. William, of Wigan, co. Lancaster, arm. St. Edmund Hall, matric. 23 Oct., 1674, aged 17.
Daniel, John 'clericus,' admon. at Oxford (granted) 15 Sept., 1559. See also Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Daniel, John of Christ Church; B. Mus. 14 July, 1600, a musician of eminence, and sole executor of his brother Samuel. See Ath. Ox., ii. 268.
Daniell, John of Somerset, pleb. St. Mary Hall, matric. 14 Oct., 1596, aged 18; B.A. 5 June, 1600, vicar of East Chinnock, Somerset, 1605, and of Muchelney 1619. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Daniell, John s. Max, of St. Agnes, Cornwall, p.p. Gloucester Hall, matric. 6 July, 1666, aged 20; vicar of St. Constantine, Cornwall, 1674. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [30]
Daniell, John s. J., of Codsall, co. Stafford, gent. Magdalen Hall, matric. 18 March, 1669-70, aged 16; bar.-at-law, Lincoln's Inn, 1680, as son and heir of John of Doddershall, co. Stafford, gent. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Daniel, Peter of Cheshire, arm. University Coll., matric.-entry under date 22 Dec., 1576, aged 16; B.A. 12 June, 1578, of Gray's Inn 1578, father of the next named and of Richard 1602. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.
Daniell, Peter of co. Chester, arm. Queen's Coll., matric. 16 Oct., 1601, aged 15; of Gray's Inn 1604 (as of Over Tabley, co. Chester, esq.), M.P. Cheshire 1626, died 18 April, 1652, aged 68; brother of Richard 1602. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg. & Parliamentary Dictionary.
Daniel, Ralphe of co. Worcester, 'cler. fil.' Oriel Coll., matric. 5 June, 1618, aged 17; B.A. 17 Oct., 1620, M.A. 25 June, 1623.
Daniel, Reginald fellow Exeter Coll. 1551-6, vicar of Sancreed, Cornwall, 1553. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Boase, 39. [35]
Daniell, Richard of Wilts, pleb. New Coll., matric. 6 May, 1586, aged 22; B.A. 12 April, 1589, M.A. 8 May, 1593, perhaps rector of Radclive, Bucks, 1602. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Daniell, Richard of co. Pembroke, pleb. Jesus Coll., matric. 4 Feb., 1591-2, aged 18; vicar of Jeffreystown, co. Pembroke, 1600. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Daniel, Richard (Danniel) of co. Chester, arm. Queen's Coll., matric. 22 Jan., 1601-2, aged 14; of the Middle Temple 1604, as 2nd son of Peter, of Over Tabley, co. Chester, deceased. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Daniell, Samuel of Somerset, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 17 Nov., 1581, aged 19; 'the most noted poet and historian of his time,' gentleman extraordinary and one of the grooms of the privy chamber to Anne, Queen Consort of James I., died Oct., 1619, buried in Beckington Church, made his will 4 Sept., 1619, proved 1 Feb., following, his brother John a musician of eminence, sole executor. See John, 1596; Ath., ii. 268; & D.N.B.
Daniel, Thomas of Kent, pleb. St. John's Coll., matric. 24 April, 1618, aged 15; B.A. 8 June, 1621.
Daniell, Thomas of Marlborough, Wilts, arm. Magdalen Coll., matric. 26 July, 1673, aged 16.
Daniell, Thomas s. John, of Runcorn, co. Chester, gent. Brasenose Coll., matric. 20 Feb., 1706-7, aged 18; B.A. 1710.
Daniel, William of Wilts, gent. Magdalen Hall, matric.-entry under date 20 Dec., 1577, aged 17. [5]
Daniel, William of Devon, pleb. Exeter Coll., matric. 11 May, 1604, aged 17.
Daniel, William s. William, of Wigan, co. Lancaster, gent. St. Edmund Hall, matric. 21 May, 1669, aged 18; bar.-at-law, Gray's Inn, 1680. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Daniell, William s. Geoffrey, of Preshutt, Wilts, arm. Magdalen Coll., matric. 6 April, 1682, aged 17; of the Middle Temple 1683 (his father of St. Margaret's, near Marlborough), M.P. Marlborough 1695, until his death in 1698. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. & Parliamentary Dictionary.
Daniel, William s. 'Adrni.,' of Warnton, Oxon, pleb. St. Mary Hall, matric. 12 July, 1700, aged 16; B.A. 1704, brother of Arduenna 1711.
Dannett, Audley student of Christ Church 1561, B.A. 11 Feb., 1563-4, M.A. 25 June, 1566 (son of Thomas, of Dorking). M.P. Rye 1588-9, died s.p. 1591. See Foster's Parliamentary Dictionary.
Dannet, John (Danet) B.A. (sup.) 1552, of Inner Temple 1555, as son and heir of Sir John, of Cosham, Croydon, Surrey, knt. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. [11]
Dannat, Theophilus pleb. St. John's Coll., matric. 19 July, 1659; B.A. from New Inn Hall 1663, rector of Welton-le-Wold, co. Lincoln, 1668, and of Ashby with Fenby 1670. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dannot, William of co. Lincoln, pleb. Merton Coll., matric. 24 Nov., 1581, aged 19 (called Donnatt in Mat. Reg.).
Danser See also Dancer and Daunser.
Danser, James s. J., of Syersham, Northants, gent. Merton Coll., matric. 17 May, 1699, aged 16; B.C.L. from St. Mary Hall 12 March, 1706-7, rector of Siresham 1709, until his death, buried there in Sept., 1723. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [15]
Danser, Joseph s. Joh., of Worgley, co. Stafford, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 15 Nov., 1666, aged 17; B.A. 1670, rector of Endfield or Enville, co. Stafford, 1685. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dansey See also Daunsey.
Dansey, Lancelot of co. Hereford, arm. St. Mary Hall, matric. 23 Oct., 1601, aged 15.
Dansey, Roger of co. Hereford, arm. St. Mary Hall, matric. 23 Oct., 1601, aged 17.
Dansey, Thomas of co. Hereford, arm. St. Mary Hall, matric. 23 Oct., 1601, aged 13. [20]
Danson, Francis B.A. from St. Alban Hall 3 Nov., 1666. See Dawson.
Danson, Peter B.A. from Christ's Coll., Cambridge, 1603, incorp. as M.A. 14 July, 1607, vicar of Carshalton, Surrey, 1613, and rector of Camberwell, Surrey, 1613. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Danson, Thomas of New Inn Hall; chaplain of Corpus Christi Coll. by the visitors 1648, B.A. 19 Feb., 1649-50; fellow Magdalen Coll. and created M.A. 9 July, 1652, preached at Berwickupon-Tweed, rector of Sandwich St. Peter until ejected 1660, preached at Sibston, Suffolk, ejected for nonconformity 1662, a nonconformist minister at Abingdon, died in London 1694. See Ath., iv. 591; Fasti, ii. 120; Calamy, iii. 286; & D.N.B.
D'Anvers, Arthur s. Thomas, of Ireland, gent. Balliol Coll., matric. 3 July, 1703, aged 17; B.A. 1707, B.C.L. 1715, rector of Yaverland, Isle of Wight 1709, vicar of Totnes, Devon, 1709, and of St. Martin-juxta-Looe, Cornwall, 1715. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
D'Anvers, Barker s. Pope, of Sunning, Berks, bart. Trinity Coll., matric. 3 Feb., 1687-8, aged 16; of the Middle Temple 1689, buried at Culworth 17 Jan., 1693-4. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. [25]
Danvers, Sir Charles created M.A. 16 June, 1589, knighted 1588, M.P. Cirencester 1586-7, 1588-9, of the Middle Temple 1598 (1s. John, of Dauntsey, Wilts), colonel in Ireland in 1599 under the Earl of Essex, whose 'rising' he joined and was beheaded on Tower Hill 18 March, 1601, brother of Sir John 1600. See Fasti, i. 250; Foster's Parliamentary Dictionary; & D.N.B.
Danvers, Charles gent. Christ Church, matric. 20 July, 1654; a student from Westminster, B.A. 19 Jan., 1657-8, M.A. 13 July, 1660, bar.-at-law., Inner Temple, 1665, as 2nd son of Henry, late of Brynton, Wilts, arm., brother of John 1652. See Alumni West., 142; & Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Danvers, Daniel pleb., fellow of New Coll. 1648, by the parliamentary visitors (incorp. at Cambridge 1655); B.A. from Trinity Coll. 5 July, 1651, M.A. 6 April, 1654, fellow 1654, B. & D.Med. 19 June, 1666 (as Dan); of Byfield, Northants (son of William, of London), died 12 May, 1699, father of Knightley 1685. See Burrows.
Da(n)vers, (Sir) Henry (Davers) of Wilts, equitis fil. Christ Church, matric. 2 May, 1589, aged 16; (2nd son of Sir John, of Dauntsey, Wilts, by his wife Elizabeth Nevill) born at Dauntsey 28 June, 1573, a volunteer under Maurice, Count of Nassau, took part in the siege of Rouen, and was knighted in the field by the Earl of Essex in 1591, shot Hy. Long 4 Oct., 1594, and fled to the Continent with his brother Charles and was outlawed, both were pardoned in 1598, lieut.-general of horse in Ireland 1599, and governor of Armagh 1601, created Baron Danvers 21 July, 1603, for his services at Kinsale, lord president of Munster 1607-15, created Earl of Danby 5 Feb., 1626, K.G. 7 Nov., 1633, died at Cornbury 20 Jan., 1644, 'full of honours, wounds, and daies,' he gave the land for the Botanic Gardens at Oxford. See Dictionary of National Biography.
Danvers, Henry 1s. Charles, of Baynton, Wilts, arm. Christ Church, matric. 15 Oct., 1624, aged 15; of Baynton, Wilts, admitted to the Middle Temple 1623, M.P. Devizes April-May, 1640, co. Leicester 1653, father of Charles 1658, and of John 1652. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. & D.N.B. [30]
Danvers, Henry s. Charles, of London, gent. Hart Hall, matric. 11 Dec., 1701, aged 17; B.A. 11 Feb., 1706-7, M.A. 1708, vicar of Marlborough, Wilts, 1707, rector of Hutton, Somerset, 1710, and of Cameley, Somerset, 1721. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Danvers, (Sir) John of Northants. Hart Hall, matric. 10 Oct., 1594, aged 15 (as gent.); of the Inner Temple 1596, as of Culworth, Northants, gent. (son of Samuel), knighted 1 June, 1624, baptized at Culworth 10 Oct., 1580, sheriff Northants 1627, buried 17 Feb., 1642, brother of Samuel. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Danvers, John of Wilts, arm. St. Alban Hall, matric. 29 Feb., 1599-1600, aged 17; B.A. from Jesus Coll. 11 Dec., 1605.
Da(n)vers, (Sir) John (Davers) of co. Gloucester, equitis fil. Brasenose Coll., matric. 10 July, 1601, aged 16; (3rd son of Sir John), of Lincoln's Inn 1612 (then of Wilts, knight), knighted at Royston, Herts, 3 March, 1608-9, M.P. Arundell May, 1610-11, Montgomery 1614, Oxford University May, 1621-Feb., 1622, Newport (Isle of Wight) March, 1624-5, Oxford University 1625-6, 1628-9, April-May, 1640, Malmesbury Oct., 1645-53 (L.P.), one of the commissioners on trial of the King and signed the warrant, died at Chelsea 16 April, 1655 attainted 1660, brother of Charles and Henry 1589. See Foster's Parliamentary Dictionary.
Danvers, John of co. Leicester, gent. Lincoln Coll., matric. 19 May, 1615, aged 19; son of Francis, of Swithland, co. Leicester.
Danvers, John (s. Henry), arm. Queen's Coll., matric. 2 Oct., 1652, bar.-at-law, Inner Temple, 1661 (as son-in-law, rightly stepson, of Wm. Yorke, a bencher of the Inner Temple), of Baynton, Wilts, which he sold, his mother married to her 2nd husband, William Yorke, of Bassett Down; brother of Charles 1654. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Danvers, John 1s. John, of Chelsea, Middlesex, equitis. Christ Church, matric. 16 July, 1666, aged 15; (son of Sir John by his 3rd wife Grace, daughter of Thomas Hewes, of Kemerton, co. Gloucester), born 10 Aug., 1650, of Lincoln's Inn 1666, died 1721, aged 70, buried at Cropredy, Oxon. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. [5]
Danvers, (Sir) John s. Pope, of Sunning, Berks, bart. St. John's Coll., matric. 23 Jan., 1691-2, aged 17; 3rd baronet, of Culworth, Northants, born at Sunning, aforesaid, 10 July, 1673, died 26 Sept., 1744.
Danvers, Knightley s. Daniel, of Byfield, Northants, doctoris. Trinity Coll., matric. 6 Nov., 1685, aged 15; bar.-at-law, Inner Temple, 1696, deputy recorder of Northampton, died 14 Jan., 1740. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
D'Anvers, (Sir) Pope s. Sa(muel), of Culworth, Northants, eq. aur. et bart. Trinity Coll., matric. 12 Dec., 1661, aged 17; 2nd baronet, of the Middle Temple 1664, baptized at Culworth, 12 Dec., 1644, died 4 May, 1712, father of Barker. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Danvers, Richard of co. Gloucester, gent. New Coll., matric. 23 Jan., 1606-7, aged 21. See William 1591.
Danvers, Samuel of Northants, gent. New Coll., matric. 10 Oct., 1594, aged 16; of the Inner Temple 1596, as of Culworth, Northants (son of Samuel), baptized there 21 Sept., 1578, died 15 Sept., 1603, brother of John same date. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. [10]
Danvers, William of co. Gloucester, gent. Queen's Coll., matric. 4 June, 1591, aged 14; perhaps of Lincoln's Inn 1595, from Wilts, and perhaps knighted 17 Nov., 1607. See Richard 1607. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Danvers, William s. William, of Adderbury, Oxon, pleb., p.p. Oriel Coll., matric. 8 March, 1661-2, aged 17; B.A. 1665, M.A. 1668, rector of Skeffington, co. Leicester, 1667, of Gotham, Notts, 1673. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Daquet, Peter D.Med. Bologna; incorp. fellow College of Physicians 1556. See Munk's Roll, i. 56.
D'Aranda, Benjamin s. Paul, of Canterbury (city), cler. University Coll., matric. 15 May, 1685, aged 18; B.C.L. 1696, vicar of Calne, Wilts, 1693, canon of Sarum 1711, vicar of Bremhill Wilts, 1724, canon of Salisbury 1711, died about 1740. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
D'arand(a), Paul s. 'Eliae,' of Southampton, Hants, pleb. Merton Coll., matric. 10 Dec., 1641, aged 17; a fellow of Pembroke Coll. by the parliamentary visitors in 1648, created M.A. 14 April, 1648, (his father minister of the French church at Southampton) curate at Petworth, Patcham, and Mayfield, Sussex, minister of the French church at Canterbury, where he died 1669. See Calamy, iii. 323; & Burrows. [15]
D'Aranda, Peter s. Phil., of Canterbury, cler. University Coll., matric. 27 Oct., 1694, aged 20, B.A. 1697; M.A. from Catharine Hall, Cambridge, 1705, rector of Lower Gravenhurst, Beds, 1699. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Darby See Derby.
Darbishire, Thomas of Broadgates Hall; B.A. 7 April, 1544, B.C.L. 30 Oct., 1553, D.C.L. 20 July, 1556, chancellor of the diocese of London, canon of St. Paul's 1543, rector of Hackney 1554, archdeacon of Essex 1558, rector of St. Magnus the Martyr and of Fulham 1558, deprived of all his spiritualities (on the accession of Elizabeth) 1559, entered the Society of Jesus, died at Ponte à Mousson, in Lorain, 6 April, 1604, aged 86. See Foley, iii. 705-29; D.N.B.; Le Neve, ii. 336, 412, 440; & Fasti, i. 147.
Darbishire, William of Broadgates Hall, administration at Oxford granted 29 July, 1551.
Darbyshire, (Robert) of Cheshire, pleb. University Coll., matric.-entry under date 1574; perhaps B.A. 13 March, 1575-6, as Robert. [20]
Darcy, Christopher of London, arm. Magdalen Coll., matric. 18 June, 1602, aged 17; bar.-at-law, Gray's Inn, 1615, as son of Edward, of London, knight. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
D'Arcy, Conyers s. Conyers, of Hornbye Castle, co. York, arm. University Coll., matric. 13 Nov., 1637, aged 15; 2nd Baron Darcy (1654), of Gray's Inn 1640, created Earl of Holderness 5 Dec., 1682, died 14 June, 1689, perhaps brother of Marmaduke. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.
Darcy, Edward created M.A. 27 Sept., 1592, M.P. Truro, 1584-5 (probably 3rd son of Sir Arthur Darcy), died 28 Oct., 1612, aged 69, ancestor of Darcy, of Kent. See Foster's Parliamentary Dictionary.
Darcy, Edward born in London, 1s. Robert, of Dartford, Kent, militis. Queen's Coll., matric. 22 June, 1627, aged 17; B.A. 20 Nov., 1627, of Gray's Inn 1629. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.
Darcie, (Sir) Francis created M.A. 11 April, 1588 (as Mr.), of Gray's Inn in 1600, and then a knight (1591), M.P. Lymington 1601, Middlesex 1621-2, 1628-9 (probably 5th son of Sir Arthur Darcy), buried 29 Nov., 1641. See Camden Miscellanies, vol. i., article i., vide 'Siege of Rouen,' page 70. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg. & Parliamentary Dictionary. [25]
D'Arcy, (Sir) George s. Thomas, of Hatfield, Essex, bart. St. John's Coll., matric. 10 Dec., 1695, aged 18 (? 16), 4th baronet, died young.
Darcy, Marmaduke created M.A. 28 Sept., 1663, perhaps of Lincoln's Inn 1633 (as 5th son of Sir Conyers Darcy, of Hornby Castle, Yorks), gentleman usher of the privy council to Charles II., and M.P. Richmond, Feb., 1665-1678. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. & Parliamentary Dictionary.
Darcy, (Sir) Robert of Kent. Magdalen Coll., matric. 17 June, 1597, aged 15 (as gent.), date of knightage not found, father of Edward 1627.
Darcy, Thomas (Darsey) chaplain, 'disp. 13 Feb., 1505-6,' B.Can.L. 16 March, 1505-6. See O.H.S., i. 42.
Dare, Francis s. Leonard, of Twyford, Hants, arm. St. Edmund Hall, matric. 12 July, 1661, aged 16; demy Magdalen Coll. 1662-7, B.A. 1665. See Bloxam, v. 253. [30]
Dare, Leonard of Devon, arm. fil. nat. max. Corpus Christi Coll., matric. 21 Jan., 1619-20, aged 16; bar.-at-law, Inner Temple, 1630, as of Halwell, Devon, arm. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Dare, Robert of Somerset, gent. Broadgates Hall, matric.-entry under date 20 July, 1578, aged 17.
Darell, Edward (Darrell) of All Souls' Coll., B.C.L. 24 May, 1636.
Darell, Edward s. Robert, of Chart, Kent, militis. Corpus Christi Coll., matric. 10 Oct., 1634, aged 16; of Gray's Inn 1637, died in 1665, father of John 1663. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.
Darell, Edward s. Thomas, of Minver, Cornwall, arm. Exeter Coll., matric. 26 March, 1686, aged 16.
Darell, George (7s. Edward, of Pagham), Sussex, gent. New Coll., matric. 25 Oct., 1589, aged 14 (called Dorell in Mat. Reg.); B.A. from All Souls' Coll. 6 May, 1594, M.A. 18 Jan., 1597-8, proctor 1604, B.D. 14 Dec., 1605, licenced to preach 1 July, 1606, D.D. 14 Jan., 1607-8, rector of Wormley, Herts, 1610-30, of West Hanningfield, Essex, 1611-30, rector of Beaconsfield, Bucks, 1630-1, preb. of Westminster 1607, and of Lincoln 1618, died 31 Oct., or 11 Nov., 1631, buried in Westminster Abbey, brother of Sir Matthew, cofferer of the household. See Fasti, i. 322. [5]
Darell, John born in co. Lincoln, s. Edward, of Retford, Notts, gent. Lincoln Coll., matric. 24 Nov., 1637, aged 16; B.A. 3 July, 1641, brother of William 1634.
Darell, (Sir) John s. Edward, of Calehill, Kent, arm. Corpus Christi Coll., matric. 14 March, 1662-3, aged 16; of Gray's Inn 1658, knighted 26 July, 1670, M.P. Rye in 4 parliaments 1679-81, Maidstone 1678-9, 1689, until his death s.p. 1694. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg. & Parliamentary Dictionary.
Darell, Marmaduke of Bucks, 'militis fil.' Queen's Coll., matric. 23 June, 1615, aged 16; of Horkstow, co. Lincoln, of Gray's Inn 1616, as son of Marmaduke, of Fulmer, Bucks, knight, brother of Sampson 1607, and father of the next named. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.
Darell, Marmaduke s. Marmaduke, of Horkstow, co. Lincoln, arm. Queen's Coll., matric. 27 April, 1638, aged 16; of Lincoln's Inn 1639, father of Nicholas 1669. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Darell, Nicholas of Kent, gent. New Coll., matric. 1 July, 1603, aged 21; B.C.L. 2 May, 1609, D.C.L. 23 March, 1614-15, (5s. John, of Calehill, Kent), rector of Ham, Wilts, 1614, canon of Winchester 1615, domestic chaplain to James, Bishop of Winchester, rector of Chilcombe 1616, and of East Woodhay, Hants, 1618, until his death Oct., 1629, buried in the cathedral. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Fasti, i. 357. [10]
Darell, Nicholas s. Marmaduke, of Horstow, co. Lincoln, gent. Lincoln Coll., matric. 21 May, 1669, aged 17; B.A. 23 Jan., 1672-3, M.A. 1675, incorp. at Cambridge 1677, and D.Med. per Lit. Reg., 1678.
Darell, Richard (Derell) fellow of All Souls' Coll. 1515, B.C.L. 17 June, 1520, B.Can.L. (sup. 23 June) 1522, rector of Great Bromley, Essex, 1524, canon of Chichester 1541, vicar of Lamberhurst, Kent, 1547, rector of Little Mongeham, Kent, 1549, and vicar of Northbourne, Kent, 1549. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Darell, Richard (Darrell) of Cornwall, pleb. Wadham Coll., matric. 14 March, 1616-17, aged 16; son and heir of William, of Crowan, and aged 20 at the Heralds' Visitation in 1620, one of these names rector of Stowford, Devon, 1627.
Darell, Robert (Darrell) B.A. from Corpus Christi Coll., 5 Feb., 1590-1, M.A. 1 Feb., 1593-4, formerly of Magdalen & Emanuel Colls., Cambridge. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg. & O.H.S., x. 370.
Darell, Robert s. Ed(ward), of Paternoster Row, London, arm. Trinity Coll., matric. 10 July, 1712, aged 18; of Lincoln's Inn 1712, as son and heir of Edward, of Horkstow, co. Lincoln, esq. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. [15]
Darell, (Sir) Samson of Bucks, 'militis fil.' Queen's Coll., matric. 8 May, 1607, aged 13; B.A. 31 Jan., 1609-10 (as Dorrell); of Fulmer, Bucks, and of Gray's Inn 1610 (as son and heir of Marmaduke, of Fulmer, Bucks, knight), and knighted 13 June, 1619, M.P. Wendover 1626, victualler of the King's ships, died in London 14 May, 1635, brother of Marmaduke 1615. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.
Darell, Thomas (Darrell) fellow of New Coll. 1555-62, from Turweston, Bucks; B.A. 30 May, 1559. Dictionary of National Biography.
Darell, Thomas of Berks, 'cler. fil.' Brasenose Coll., matric. 10 Dec., 1591, aged 18 (called Dorrell in Mat. Reg.); B.A. 28 Nov., 1595, vicar of Preston, Northants, 1605. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Darell, Thomas of Brasenose Coll. 1624; B.A. 10 July, 1628, fellow All Souls' Coll., M.A. 24 April, 1632, as senior. See also Thos. Dayrell.
Darell, Valentine fellow New Coll. 1519-22, from Pewsey, Wilts, secular chaplain, B.Can.L. 13 July, 1528. [20]
Darrell, William priest; B.A. 24 April, 1554, M.A. 29 May, 1554, rector of Little Chart, Kent, 1546, of Milton next Gravesend 1549, of Chawton, Hants, 1553, of Upper Hardres, Kent, 1559, and of Nether Hardres 1561, vicar of Monkton 1562, and of Benenden 1563, rector of King Weston, Somerset, 1564, etc.; for one of these names see Cooper, i. 430; Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus; Le Neve, i. 603; & D.N.B.
Darell, William (Dorell) of Sussex, gent. University Coll., matric. 3 July, 1601, aged 14.
Darell, William s. Edward, of Wreckford, Notts, gent. St. Mary Hall, matric. 7 Nov., 1634, aged 16, B.A. 2 May, 1638, M.A. 8 Feb., 1641 2; fellow All Souls' Coll., ejected by the parliamentary visitors 1648, rector of West Retford, Notts, 1642, brother of John 1637. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Burrows, 194.
Darke, John B.Mus. (sup. 10 Nov.) 1511.
Darke, Nicolas B.A. 19 Dec., 1534. [25]
Darke, Walter B.A. 27 May, 1579.
Darknoll, Charles 'serv.' Lincoln Coll., matric. 11 Dec., 1651, rector of Lamberhurst, Kent, 1670. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Darknoll, Edward demy Magdalen Coll. 1545-53, B.A. (sup. May) 1553. See Bloxam, iv. 102.
Darknoll, Lamuel (Darcknol) of Kent, pleb. Queen's Coll., matric.-entry under date 20 Dec., 1577, aged 13; B.A. 21 Feb., 1581-2, M.A. 3 July, 1584, licenced 8 Jan., 1585-6, to marry Margery, daughter of John Cooke, late master of St. Paul's School, deceased. See Marriage Licences, ed. Foster.
Darknoll, Phineas (Darcknol) of Kent, pleb. Queen's Coll., matric.-entry under date 20 Dec., 1577, aged 15; B.A. 27 Jan., 1608-9 (incorp. at Cambridge 1609), M.A. 6 July, 1612, rector of Titsey, Surrey, 1619. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [30]
Darknall, Walter fellow All Souls' Coll. 1517, B.C.L. 15 July, 1520, secular chaplain, B.Can.L. (sup. in Dec.) 1530, vicar of Melton Mowbray, co. Leicester, 1547. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Darley, John s. Nathan, of Beckles, Suffolk, subscribed 23 April, 1613; perhaps B.A. from Magdalen Coll., Cambridge, 1615, incorp. 12 Nov., 1618, sup. from Magdalen Hall for M.A. 24 Nov., 1618, B.D. 5 July, 1627, rector of Northill, Cornwall, 1619, until his death, buried there 9 Nov., 1664, father of John Nathan 1637. See also Foster's Inns of Court Reg.; O.H.S., x. 367; & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Darley, John s. Jonath., of Northill, Cornwall, minister, St. Edmund Hall, matric. 28 Feb., 1667-8, aged 19, B.A. 1671; M.A. from Hart Hall 1674, rector of Northill 1699, until his death, buried there 8 June, 1708, father of John Nathan 1692. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Darley, John Nathan s. John, of Northill, Cornwall, sacerd. Magdalen Hall, matric. 17 Feb., 1636-7, aged 15; B.A. 24 Oct., 1639, M.A. 23 June, 1642, rector of Northill 1664, until his death, buried there 20 May, 1699, father of John 1668. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Darley, John Nathan s. J(ohn), of Northill, Cornwall, cler. Brasenose Coll., matric. 17 March, 1691-2, aged 17; B.A. 1695.
Darling, John s. George, of Embleton, Northumberland, p.p. (subs. 'pleb.'). Merton Coll., matric. 16 March, 1694-5, aged 18; B.A. 13 March, 1698-9, vicar of Pagham, Sussex, 1711. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Darlinge, Thomas of co. Warwick, pleb. Merton Coll., matric. 24 Oct., 1600, aged 15.
Darlow, Thomas s. Clemt., of Kingsthorp, Northants, paup. Wadham Coll., matric. 16 March, 1682-3, aged 18; buried at Kingsthorp 31 May, 1684. See Gardiner, 335. [5]
Darnelly, Daniel s. Daniel, of London, sacerd. New Coll., matric. 14 Nov., 1623, aged 19; B.A. 5 April, 1627, M.A. 21 Jan., 1629-30, incorp. at Cambridge 1634, rector of Curry Mallet, Somerset, 1632, vicar of Walden St. Paul, Herts, 1634, and rector of Teversham, co. Cambridge, 1635, until sequestered in 1646. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Add. MSS., 15,670-1.
Darnton, Henry B.A. from Peter House, Cambridge, 1588; incorp. as M.A. 25 Oct., 1596, rector of Goldsborough, Yorks, 1592, and of West Tanfield 1601. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Darnton, John s. Richard, rector of Tanfield, Yorks; admitted to St. John's Coll., Cambridge, 29 May, 1647, aged 17; B.A. 1650, incorp. as M.A. 11 July, 1654, of Gray's Inn 1647, vicar of Bedlington, Northumberland, ejected for nonconformity in 1662, died at Tanfield near Ripon 9 July, 1680. See Calamy, iii. 55; Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.; & Mayor, 84.
Darrable, John B.A. 28 Jan., 1534-5.
Dart, Lewis of Devon, gent. Hart Hall, matric.entry under date 1579, aged 17; of the Inner Temple 1580 (as of Barnstaple, gent.), of Mevagissy, Cornwall, M.P. Barnstaple 1586-7, and Tregony 1601, buried at Mevagissy 12 April, 1632, son of 'John Wallis, alias Darte, of Barstable.' See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. [10]
Darton, Nicholas of Cornwall, pleb. Exeter Coll., matric. 4 Dec., 1618, aged 15; B.A. 22 Oct., 1622, rector of Kilsby, Northants, 1628, vicar of Bibury with Winston, co. Gloucester, 1643. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus; Ath., iii. 263; & D.N.B.
Darwen, George 'chaplain, disp. 27 June, 1506.' See O.H.S., i. 47.
Darwin, Leonard of St. John's Coll. 1610. See Dorwin.
Darwin, Robert of co. Leicester, pleb. Christ Church, matric. 16 Nov., 1621, aged 18.
Darwin, Thomas of co. Leicester, pleb. Christ Church, matric. 1 June, 1621, aged 20; sup. for B.A. 9 June, 1621, perhaps vicar of Shenstone, co. Stafford, 1631. [15]
Dasent, John s. John, of the Island of Nevis, gent. Christ Church, matric. 19 July, 1707, aged 16 (called William in Mat. Reg.).
Dashfeilde, John of Surrey, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 12 March, 1618-19, aged 16; one of these names rector of Colchester All Saints, Essex, 1639-40, and of Holcombe, Somerset, 1645 (M.A.), canon of Bristol 1660-5 (B.D.), vicar of Berkeley Herons, co. Gloucester, 1661-90. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & also Add. MS., 15,671, p. 128.
Dashwood, George s. G(eorge), of London, arm. Trinity Coll., matric. 12 Nov., 1684, aged 15; lieut.-colonel of a regiment of foot, died at Torbay in 1706, brother of Sir Robert Dashwood, bart. See Foster's Baronetage.
Dashwood, George 2s. Sam., equitis. Magdalen Coll., matric. 25 Oct., 1698, aged 18; of the Inner Temple 1697, migrated to Lincoln's Inn 1702, and finally to Gray's Inn 1709 (his father Lord Mayor of London 1703, and knighted at Windsor Castle 30 July, 1684), M.P. Sudbury Dec., 1703-5, Stockbridge 1710-13, died March, 1762. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. & Parliamentary Dictionary.
Dashwood, Richard s. Robert, of Northbrook, Oxon, bart. University Coll., matric. 11 April, 1706, aged 16; of Ledwell, Oxon, admitted to the Inner Temple 1706, died in April, 1737. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. [20]
Dashwood, (Sir) Robert s. George, of Westminster, arm. Trinity Coll., matric. 19 July, 1679, aged 17; of the Inner Temple 1679, knighted at Windsor Castle 4 June, 1682, and created a baronet 16 Sept., 1684, M.P. Banbury 1689-98, Oxon, Nov., 1699-1700, died July, 1734, brother of George 1684. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. & Parliamentary Dictionary.
Dashwood, William s. Robt., of Stogumber, Somerset, pleb. Balliol Coll., matric. 18 March, 1688-9, aged 15, B.A. 1694; M.A. from King's Coll., Cambridge, 1710, rector of Little Thurrock, Essex, 1697, and vicar of West Thurrock 1710, rector of Enborne, Berks, 1718. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
D'Assigny, Samuel s. Marius, of Cutcombe, Somerset, cler. Trinity Coll., matric. 9 July, 1691, aged 17; his father vicar of Penrith St. Andrew, Cumberland, 1667, and of Cutcombe with Luxborough, Somerset, 1672, rector of Tidmarsh, Berks, 1702, etc. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & D.N.B.
Daubney, George (Dawbney) of Dorset, gent. Broadgates Hall, matric.-entry under date 20 Dec., 1577, aged 19; of the Middle Temple 1580, as late of New Inn, gent. (and eldest son of John., esq.), of Gorwell, Dorset, died 6 Sept., 1612, aged 54. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Daubeney, George s. G(eorge), of Bishop's Caundle, Dorset, gent. Christ Church, matric. 22 March, 1710-11, aged 17; of Bishop's Caundle, high sheriff Dorset, died 22 June, 1774. [25]
Daubney, Henry (Dawbney) of Christ Church 1547, B.A.; M.A. 17 Feb., 1552-3, of Wayford, Somerset (son of Giles), made his will 16 July, 1585, proved 19 Oct. following, to be buried at Crewkerne with his ancestors.
Daubney, Joshua 'serviens,' s. Josh., of Sleford, co. (?Lincoln), p.p. Lincoln Coll., matric. 14 July, 1665, aged 17.
Daubrie, Robert (subs. Dawbry) s. John, of Cambden, co. Gloucester, pleb. Pembroke Coll., matric. 8 April, 1693, aged 13; B.A. 1696, M.A. 1699, of Wolverhampton, clerk, father of Robert, of Pembroke College 1732.
Dauncey, Joseph s. Ph., of Wotton-under-Edge, paup. St. Mary Hall, matric. 11 July, 1676, aged 19; B.A. from Magdalen Hall 1680.
Dauncey, Joseph s. Ph., of Wotton-under-Edge, co. Gloucester, p.p. University Coll., matric. 9 April, 1690, aged 17; B.A. 1693 (as Dancy), rector of Telscombe, Sussex, 1694. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [30]
Daunser, Garnouns Brasenose Coll., matric. 10 May, 1631, aged 18; B.A. 5 May, 1631 (as Dancer), M.A. 6 Feb., 1633-4, subscribed as Daunce, instituted as Daunser to vicarage of Llanover, co. Monmouth, 17 Nov., 1635. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Daunser, Peter gent. Christ Church, matric. 3 May, 1659; of the Inner Temple 1658, as of Moreton-on-Lugg, co. Hereford, gent. (1s. Arthur), See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Daunt, Achilles of co. Gloucester, gent. Balliol Coll., matric. 15 Nov., 1605, aged 18; of the Middle Temple 1608, as son and heir of Thomas, of Owlpen, co. Gloucester, gent. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Daunt, Achilles s. Thomas, of Owlpen, co. Gloucester, gent. Balliol Coll., matric. 13 April, 1638, aged 16; of Owlpen, and died unmarried, brother of John same date, and of Thomas 1636.
Daunt, Giles of co. Gloucester, gent. New Coll., matric. 10 Oct., 1594, aged 13; 3rd son of Thomas, of Owlpen.
Daunte, John of co. Gloucester, gent. University Coll., matric. 23 April, 1585, aged 15.
Daunt, John s. Thomas, of Owlpen, co. Gloucester, gent. Balliol Coll., matric. 13 April, 1638, aged 17; died under age, brother of Achilles same date and of the next named. [5]
Daunt, Thomas 1s. Thomas, of co. Gloucester, arm. Lincoln Coll., matric. 18 Nov., 1636, aged 16; B.A. 9 June, 1640, died s.p., brother of Achilles and John 1638.
Dauntesey, Ambrose of Wilts, arm. Queen's Coll., matric. — Nov., 1594, aged 15; of Lincoln's Inn 1597, probably son of Sir John, of Lavington, Wilts, knt., and father of Ambrose next named, brother of Thomas 1604, and of William 1610. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Dauntesey, Ambrose 2s. Ambrose, of Melksham, Wilts, gent. Queen's Coll., matric. 7 May, 1624, aged 17. See Hoare's Wilts, V. i. 83.
Dauntesey, John of co. Lancaster, arm. Oriel Coll., matric. 15 Oct., 1590, aged 18; B.A. from St. John's Coll. 25 Feb., 1597-8. See William same date.
Dauntesey, Ralph of Wilts, pleb. St. Alban Hall, matric. 19 Oct., 1599, aged 16; of Lincoln's Inn 1601. See Ambrose. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. [10]
Dauntesey, Thomas of Wilts, gent. St. Alban Hall matric. 9 March, 1603-4, aged 17; B.A. 26 Nov., 1606, of Lincoln's Inn 1608 (as son of Sir John, of Bishops Lavington, Wilts, knt.), brother of Ambrose 1594, and of William 1610 See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Dauntesey, William of co. Lancaster, arm. Oriel Coll., matric. 15 Oct., 1590, aged 19. See John same date.
Dauntesey, William of Wilts, militis fil. St. Alban Hall, matric. 18 June, 1610, aged 17; B.A. 17 Dec., 1611, M.A. 8 July, 1614, brother of Ambrose 1594, and Thomas 1604.
Dauntesey, William s. Jo., of Eccles, co. Lancaster, arm. Brasenose Coll., matric. 19 March, 1685-6, aged 17.
Daunton, William of Kent, pleb. St. Mary Hall, matric. 5 March, 1584-5, aged 16, B.A. 15 Oct., 1588; fellow Merton Coll. 1590-9, M.A. 5 July, 1594, vicar of Elham, rector of Stourmouth, Kent, 1599. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & O.H.S., iv. 275. [15]
Dauver(g)ne, Edward s. Philip, of Jersey, pleb. Pembroke Coll., matric. 5 Dec., 1679, aged 15; B.A. 1683, M.A. 1686, military historian, married in Westminster Abbey 4 May, 1704, Susanna Sabenone, spinster; rector of St. Brelade, Jersey, 1692, chaplain to Scot's guards, served in Flanders 1691-7, chaplain to King William III., rector of Great Hallingbury, Essex, 1701, until his death 7 Nov., 1737, aged 72. See Rawlinson, xviii. 110; Westminster Abbey Reg., 41; Ath., iv. 749; & D.N.B.
Dauze, Robert created B.A. 1 or 2 Nov., 1642.
Davell, Robert (or Dovell) archdeacon of Northumberland 1518. See Dobell.
D'Avenant, Charles 1s. William, of London, eq. aur. Balliol Coll., matric. 21 July, 1671, aged 15; LL.D. Cambridge or Dublin about 1700 ('by favour and money'), political economist, practiced in Doctor's Commons, M.P. St. Ives 1685-7, Great Bedwin 1698-1701, 'joint inspector of plays,' inspector-general of the exports and imports of the customs, died 6 Nov., 1714, father of Henry M. and brother of William 1673. See Ath., i. cxviii., iv. 476; Rawlinson, i. 185; & D.N.B.
Davenant, Edward B.A. from Queen's Coll., Cambridge, 1613, incorp. as M.A. 13 July, 1619, rector of Poulshot, Wilts, 1623, vicar of Gillingham, Dorset, 1626, and of North Morton, Bucks, 1631, preb. of Salisbury 1632, archdeacon of Berks 1630, treasurer of Salisbury Cathedral 1634, until his death 12 March, 1679. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus; Gardiner, 167; & Fasti, i. 391. [20]
Davenant, Edward s. John, of Langford, Dorset, arm. Oriel Coll., matric. 21 June, 1672, aged 17; of the Middle Temple 1675. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Davenant, Edward s. Joh., of Langford, Wilts, gent. Queen's Coll., matric. 27 March, 1699, aged 17. See Hoare's Wilts, V. ii. 85, 125.
Davenant, George doctoris fil. Queen's Coll., matric. 18 Nov., 1650, B.A. 26 Feb., 1651-2; fellow Oriel Coll. by the parliamentary visitors 1653, M.A. 4 July, 1655, incorp. at Cambridge 1657 (son of Dr. Edward Davenant, of Gillingham), died at Gillingham, Wilts, 11 Sept., 1661, brother of Hugh, James, Ralph Robert 1653, and of William 1652. See Burrows, 386, etc.; & Gardiner, 168.
D'Avenant, Henry Molins s. Charles, of London, arm. Balliol Coll., matric. 31 March, 1696, aged 15; envoy extraordinary from George I. to the Princess of Italy.
Davenant, Hugh doctoris fil. (Evardi Davenantii filius, erased). Queen's Coll., matric. 18 Nov., 1650, B.A. 30 June, 1653; M.A. from Hart Hall 6 July, 1655, will dated at Oxford 4 March, 1668, as of St. Alban Hall; brother of George. [25]
Davenant, James doctoris fil. Oriel Coll., matric. 23 July, 1656, B.A. 22 Feb., 1658-9, fellow until 1717, M.A. 5 July, 1664, proctor 1669, will at Oxford, dated 15 Jan., 1717, brother of George. See Hearne, i. 214.
Davenant, John s. J., of Sarum, Wilts, gent. Trinity Coll., matric. 12 March, 1674-5, aged 16.
Davenant, John s. J., of Langford, Wilts, gent. Queen's Coll., matric. 18 Dec., 1704, aged 16.
Davenant, Ralph doctoris fil. Oriel Coll., matric. 25 July, 1655 (subscribed his name 'Dave'); rector of Whitechapel St. Mary 1668, and of Stepney, Middlesex, 1669, canon of Exeter 1677. brother of George. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Davenant, Robert of Oxon, gent. St. John's Coll., matric. 11 Dec., 1618, aged 15; B.A. 9 May, 1622, M.A. 28 April, 1626, B.D. 23 March, 1631-2, created D.D. 2 Aug., 1660 (son of John, of Oxford), licenced, 21 July, 1649, to marry Jane, daughter of (John) Harward, vicar of Wanborough, Wilts; rector of Talbenny, co. Pembroke, 1631, vicar of West Kington, Wilts, 1633, preb. of Salisbury, rector of Dauntesey, Wilts, 1663, brother of Sir William. See Fasti, ii. 239; Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus; Robinson, i. 85; & Marriage Licences, ed. Foster. [30]
Davenant, Robert doctoris fil. Queen's Coll., matric. 24 June, 1653, brother of George.
Davenant, (Sir) William poet laureate and dramatist (son of John, of Oxford), of Lincoln Coll. about 1620, knighted at the siege of Gloucester in Sept., 1643, the originator of ' opera' in England 1656, began in Rutland House, in Charterhouse Yard, and translated to the Cockpit in Drury Lane 1658, died 7 April, 1668, buried in Westminster Abbey, father of Charles 1671, and of William 1673, and brother of Robert 1618. See Ath., iii. 802.
Davenant, William doctoris fil. Queen's Coll., matric. 15 July, 1652, B.A. 25 Oct., 1654; M.A. from Magdalen Hall 28 May, 1657, incorp. at Cambridge 1658, vicar of Watford, Herts, 1661, brother of George. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
D'Avenant, William y.s. William, of London, eq. aur. Magdalen Hall, matric. 1 Aug., 1673, aged 16; B.A. 1677, M.A. 1680, of Gray's Inn 1676, drowned in France, brother of Charles 1671. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.; Fasti, ii. 372; & D.N.B.
Davenporte, Alexander of Cheshire, arm. Balliol Coll., matric.-entry under date 2 May, 1581, aged 17; of Barnard's Inn, admitted to Gray's Inn 1585 (as son of William, of Bramhall, Cheshire), buried at Stockport 26 Oct., 1612. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.
Davenport, Basil s. Richard, of Kibworth, co. Leicester, gent. New Coll., matric. 22 May, 1683, aged 20; B.A. 1687, vicar of Broad Hinton, Wilts, 1705. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Davenport, Christopher s. John, 5s. Henry, alderman of Coventry; batteler of Merton Coll. 1613; 15 months at Trinity Coll., Dublin; of Merton Coll. 1613, incorp. 23 May, 1614,; B.A. from Magdalen Hall 28 May, 1614, theologist or chief chaplain of Catherine, Queen of Charles II., died 31 May, 1680; one of these names compounded for the first fruits of the vicarage of Rogate, Sussex, 15 Feb., 1612-13. See Ath., iii. 1221; Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus; D.N.B.; Fasti, i. 356; & O.H.S., x. 374. [5]
Davenport, Edmund of St. John's Coll. 1610. See Damport.
Davenport, Edward M.A. Cambridge, incorp. 9 July, 1611, rector of Edgmond, Salop, 1620.
Davenport, Edward of University Coll., created B.Med. 9 July, 1657, licenced to practice 15 June, 1661. See Fasti, ii. 208.
Davenport, Edward s. E., of Manchester, co. Lancaster, gent. Brasenose Coll., matric. 6 April, 1688, aged 16; B.A. 1691, M.A. 1694. [9]
Davenport, Henry (Damport) B.A. 1 July, 1568.
Davenporte, (Sir) Humphrey of Cheshire, arm. Balliol Coll., matric.-entry under date 2 May, 1581, aged 15; bar.-at-law, Gray's Inn, 1589, and bencher 1613 (as son of William, of Bramhall, Cheshire, esq.), serjt.-at-law 1623, knighted at Greenwich 17 June, 1624, king's serjeant 1625, M.P. Brackley 1588-9, a judge of common pleas 2 Feb., 1630, lord chief baron 1631-44, buried at Macclesfield 4 March, 1644-5, father of the next named. See Foster's Judges and Barristers; Ath., iii. 182; & D.N.B.
Davenport, Humfrey of co. Lancaster, arm. (2s.) Brasenose Coll., matric. 28 Jan., 1619-20, aged 15; of Gray's Inn 1619 (as 2nd son of Humphrey, reader of that Inn), died in 1639, brother of William 1616. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.
Davenport, Humphrey gent.; privilegiatus 17 Dec., 1694, perhaps barrister of Gray's Inn 1701, and a bencher 1724, as son and heir of William, of Bramhall, Cheshire, esq., baptized at Stockport 4 April, 1670, and buried there 21 June, 1726. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Davenport, James (Davynport or Daunport) secular chaplain, B.Gramm. 14 March, 1523-4. [14]
Davenport, John B.A.; M.A. (sup. 21 June) 1505.
Davenport, John B.A. from Brasenose Coll. 24 Nov., 1589: John Damporte, rector of Whatcott, co. Warwick, 1598. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Davenport, John s. John, of Coventry, co. Warwick; batteler Merton Coll. 1613, migrated to Magdalen Hall, B.D. 28 June, 1625, a noted preacher among the puritans, vicar of St. Stephen's Church, Coleman Street, 1625, removed to Boston in 1668, pastor of Newhaven in New England, where he died 13 March, 1669-70, aged 72, brother of Christopher 1613. See Ath., iii. 889.
Davenport, John s. John, of Davenport, co. Chester, arm. Brasenose Coll., matric. 18 May, 1647, aged 16; of Davenport, sheriff Cheshire 1658, baptized at Marton 5 April, 1630, buried at Swettenham 18 Nov., 1706, brother of Ralph 1650. See Earwaker's East Cheshire.
Davenport, John s. Geo., of Woodford, co. Chester, gent. Brasenose Coll., matric. 20 March, 1673-4, aged 18; of Woodford (son of John), died s.p. about 1773. See Earwaker's East Cheshire, ii. 413.
Davenport, Laurence of co. Gloucester, pleb. Magdalen Coll., matric. 16 June, 1610, aged 15; demy 1610-19, B.A. 10 Feb., 1613-14, M.A. 15 Jan., 1616-17, fellow 1619-23, rector of Bramber with St. Botolph, Sussex, 1623, until his death in 1645. See Bloxam, v. 33; Add. MS., 15,669, p. 92; & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [20]
Davenport, Ralph arm. Brasenose Coll., matric. 6 Nov., 1650; of the Middle Temple 1652, and migrated same year to Lincoln's Inn (as 2nd son of John, of Davenport, Cheshire, esq., deceased), called 'clerk' in 1660, baptized at Marton 15 May, 1632, buried at Swettenham 2 Nov., 1670, brother of John 1647. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Davenport, Richard gent. Brasenose Coll., matric. 2 July, 1658; of Gray's Inn 1660, as son and heir of Richard, of Oswestry, Salop, gent. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.
Davenport, Robert (Damport) chaplain; B.Can.L. 27 June, 1515.
Davenport, Thomas of co. Chester, arm. Hart Hall, matric. 22 Oct., 1591, aged 15; perhaps son of William, of Woodford, Cheshire.
Davenporte, William (or Dampoorte) B.A. (sup. 15 Feb.) 1505-6, M.A. 8 Feb., 1508-9. [25]
Davenport, William (Damport or Damforde) B.A. June, 1518, chaplain 1519: William Damport, vicar of Lydden, Kent, 1544. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Davenport, William of co. Lancaster, arm. fil. nat. max. Balliol Coll., matric. 15 March, 1615-16, aged 16; of Gray's Inn 1613 (as son and heir of Humphrey, reader of that Inn), died before 1633, brother of Humphrey 1620. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.
Davenport, William s. Geo., of London, gent. Brasenose Coll., matric. 17 March, 1713-14, aged 18; B.A. 1717.
Davers See also Danvers.
Davers, George s. G., of Winscombe, Somerset, cler. New Inn Hall, matric. 25 Oct., 1698, aged 15 his father's name does not appear among the institutions. [30]
Davers, (Sir) Jermyn s. Robert, of Barbados, bart. Christ Church, matric. 14 March, 1703-4, aged 17; 4th baronet, M.P. Bury St. Edmunds 1722, Suffolk 1727, until his death 16 Feb., 1743, brother of Robert. See Foster's Parliamentary Dictionary.
Davers, (Sir) Robert s. R(obert), of Barbados, bart. Christ Church, matric. 25 Jan., 1702-3, aged 17; 3rd baronet, auditor of the Excise, died 1 June, 1723, brother of Jermyn.
Davidge, Hugh (Davege) secular chaplain; B.A. 10 May, 1535, B.Can.L. (sup. May) 1535, rector of Sutton Montague, Somerset, 1554. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Davidge, Hugh of Somerset, pleb. Queen's Coll., matric. 7 March, 1599-1600, aged 16, B.A. 17 Dec., 1603; M.A. from St. Edmund Hall 27 June, 1607, B.D. from Queen's Coll. 19 July, 1620, rector of Dunkerton, Somerset, 1607, and again 1620-7, and of Weston Bampfylde 1608. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Davidge, John B.A. 8 July, 1566, M.A. 23 June, 1569, rector of Holton, Somerset, 1571, of Weston Bampfylde, 1571, vicar of Huish Episcopi 1575, rector of Dunkerton 1593, until his death in 1607. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [35]
Davidge, John of Somerset, pleb. Queen's Coll., matric. 7 March, 1599-1600, aged 18; B.A. 17 Dec., 1603, rector of Weston Bampfylde, Somerset, 1607, until his death in 1608, his son John bar.-at-law, Lincoln's Inn, 1627. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Judges and Barristers.
Davidge, John of Dorset, pleb. Oriel Coll., matric. 4 Dec., 1612, aged 18; B.A. 19 June, 1615, M.A. 18 Dec., 1618 (as Davide), vicar of Charlton Canfield, Somerset, 1624, etc. See Foster's Index Ecclesiaticus.
Davidge, Richard s. R., of Sharpham Park, Somerset, gent. St. John's Coll., matric. 3 April, 1674, aged 18.
Davidge, Roger s. Henry, of Weston, Dorset, pleb. Oriel Coll., matric. 3 July, 1640, aged 18.
Davidge, William of Somerset, 'cler. fil.' Queen's Coll., matric. 8 March, 1604-5, aged 16. [5]
David See Davies.
Davids, Richard s. David, of Llangudock, co. Carmarthen, pleb. Jesus Coll., matric. 16 Feb., 1709-10, aged 14; B.A. 1713, M.A. 1716, B.D. 1724 (as Davies). See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Davids, Thomas s. William, of Rosemarket, co. Pembroke, pleb. Jesus Coll., matric. 12 March, 1674-5, aged 18; B.A. 1678, M.A. 1681, rector of Hasguard, co. Pembroke, 1702. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Davy, Alexander pleb. Exeter Coll., matric. 6 June, 1660; B.A. from Gloucester Hall 1663.
Davye, Andrew s. Laurence, of Cheriton, Devon, gent. St. Mary Hall, matric. 17 Dec., 1684, aged 17; bar.-at-law, Middle Temple, 1693, brother of John 1683. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Davie, Henty s. Alex., of Manchester, co. Lancaster, gent. Brasenose Coll., matric. 4 July, 1681, aged 16; rector of West Cheam, Surrey, 1686. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [11]
Davy, John B.Can.L. 4 July, 1513.
Davy, John fellow Merton Coll. 1522, M.A. 31 March, 1525, one of these names vicar of Llandissilio, cos. Carmarthen and Pembroke, 1542, etc. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Davye, John secular chaplain; B.A. (sup. May) 1537.
Davye, John student residing in the town in July, 1562, tutor David Trevor, of New Coll.; perhaps bar.at-law, Lincoln's Inn, 1577. See Foster's Judges and Barristers & O.H.S., x. 237. [15]
Davie, John of Salop, gent. Balliol Coll., matric. 11 Oct., 1583, aged 17.
Davy, John of London, arm. Queen's Coll., matric. 22 June, 1593, aged 15; of Lincoln's Inn 1595. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Davie, (Sir) John of Devon. Exeter Coll., matric. 22 Feb., 1604-5, aged 16 (as arm.); of Sandford, Devon, created a baronet 9 Sept., 1641 (son of John, of Sandford and Kirton), M.P. Tiverton 1621-2, buried at Sandford 13 Oct., 1654, father of the next named and of William 1631.
Davye, John of Devon, arm. fil. nat. max. Exeter Coll., matric. 17 Dec., 1619, aged 17 (called Davies in Mat. Reg.); B.A. 14 June, 1621, rector of Lostwithiel, Cornwall, 1624. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Davie, (Sir) John s. John, of Sandford, Devon, arm. Exeter Coll., matric., 2 Dec., 1631, aged 19; 2nd baronet, sheriff Devon 1671, M.P. Tavistock May-Dec., 1661, baptized at Sandford 6 Dec., 1612, buried there 31 July, 1678, father of John 1663. [20]
Davie, John 'ser.' Brasenose Coll., matric. 15 July, 1652, B.A. 30 Jan., 1655-6; M.A. from Jesus Coll., Cambridge, 1667, vicar of Frodsham, Cheshire, 1663. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Davie, John s. John, of Sandford, Devon, bart. Exeter Coll., matric. 3 June, 1663, aged 18; buried at Sandford 11 Jan., 1667-8.
Davie, (Sir) John s. William, of Dura, Devon, arm. Exeter Coll., matric. 21 March, 1677 8, aged 17; 3rd baronet, M.P. Saltash 1679-81 and 1681, died unmarried 30 Sept., 1692. See Foster's Parliamentary Dictionary.
Davy, John s. Laurence, of Thelbridge, Devon, arm. St. Mary Hall, matric. 17 July, 1683, aged 18; brother of Andrew 1684.
Davy, Joseph 'ser.' Oriel Coll., matric. 11 April, 1660; B.A. 1663. [25]
Davy, Joseph s. Robert, of Exeter (city), gent. Exeter Coll., matric. 28 May, 1701, aged 18.
Davie, Maurice of Wales, pleb. St. John's Coll., matric.-entry under date 1575, aged 13.
Davie, Ralph of Devon, pleb. Broadgates Hall, matric. 15 May, 1595, aged 23.
Davie, Richard of Devon, pleb. Queen's Coll., matric. 23 June, 1615, aged 18; B.A. from Broadgates Hall 8 July, 1618 (as Davys). See O.H.S., x. 291.
Davy, Richard s. John, of Salisbury, Wilts, gent. Queen's Coll., matric. 9 Nov., 1632, aged 19; of the Middle Temple 1637. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. [30]
Davye, Robert of London, gent. University Coll., matric. 6 April, 1582, aged 17, B.A. 15 July, 1584; fellow Merton Coll. 1584, M.A. 20 Feb., 1588-9 (as Davys), died in Florence. See O.H.S., iv. 273.
Davy, Robert gent. Exeter Coll., matric. 22 March, 1658-9; B.A. from St. John's Coll. 1662, perhaps bar.-at-law, Inner Temple, 1673. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Davie, Samuel s. J., of Manchester, co. Lancaster, cler. Brasenose Coll., matric. 28 March, 1688, aged 17; B.A. 14 March, 1691-2, M.A. 1694, rector of Tattenhall, Cheshire, 1701. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Davy, Thomas (or Davyd) fellow Exeter Coll. 1507, M.A. 8 May, 1509, one of these names vicar of Feock, Cornwall, 1521, died 1548. See Boase, 29.
Davy, Thomas (or Davyd) M.A. (sup. 27 April) 1521. [35]
Davy, Thomas of Lincolnshire, pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric. 20 March, 1578-9, aged 20; B.A. 17 Feb., 1583-4, M.A. 7 Feb., 1586-7 (as Davies or Davye), one of these names rector of Peckleton co. Leicester, 1587. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Davy, Walter fellow New Coll. 1539-47, from Reading, determined in Lent 1544, dispensation July 1546. See O.H.S., i. 207.
Davy, William (Devy, Divey or Dive) B.A. 1 July, 1510, M.A. 21 June, 1514.
Davie, William of co. Carnarvon, pleb. St. Edmund Hall, matric.-entry under date 10 Jan., 1574-5, aged 19.
Davye, William of co. Anglesea, pleb. St. Edmund Hall, matric.-entry under date 20 Dec., 1577, aged 24. [40]
Davye, William of London, gent. University Coll., matric. 6 April, 1582, aged 15.
Davy, William s. Henry, of, Norfolk, gent., admitted to Caius Coll., Cambridge, 2 Nov., 1613, aged 16, B.A. 1617; incorp. as M.A. 10 July, 1621. See Venn, 126.
Davie, William s. John, of Sandford, Devon, arm. Exeter Coll., matric. 2 Dec., 1631, aged 17; of Dura, bar.-at-law, baptized at Sandford 13 Nov., 1614, and buried there 28 Nov., 1663, brother of John 1631, and father of John 1678, and of William next named.
Davy, William s. Joh., of Ruxford, Devon, gent. Wadham Coll., matric. 14 April, 1663, aged 17; of the Middle Temple 1667. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Davie, (Sir) William s. William, of Creedy, Devon, arm. Exeter Coll., matric. 30 March, 1680, aged 17; 4th baronet, baptized 1 July, 1662, buried at Sandford 24 March, 1706-7.
Davye, Zacharias s. John, of Medland, Devon, arm. Wadham Coll., matric. 15 March, 1661-2, aged 22.
Davis, Ambrose B.A. 27 Jan., 1569-70 of the Middle Temple 1571, late of New Inn, gent., as son and heir of Henry, late of Bristol, cloth merchant. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Davies, Andrew of co. Hereford, 'cler. fil.' New Coll., matric. 12 Nov., 1619, aged 19; B.A. from St. Edmund Hall 20 Feb., 1622-3.
Davies, Andrew pleb. Wadham Coll., matric. 2 July, 1658; B.A. 1662, vicar of Lyonshall, co. Hereford, 1672. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Davies, Anthony (Davyes) of London, gent. University Coll., matric. 9 Dec., 1586, aged 16 (B.C.L. from All Souls' Coll. 11 July, 1598, and sup. for D.C.L. in 1609 as Davis). [6]
Davies, Athanasius s. Edward, of St. Bride's, co. Glamorgan, pleb. Jesus Coll., matric. 13 March, 1639-40, aged 19; rector of Tredunnock 1660, and of Kemeys, co. Monmouth, 1661, father of Thomas 1662. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Davies, Benjamin s. Edw., of St. Asaph, co. Flint, pleb. Jesus Coll., matric. 27 March, 1697, aged 18; B.A. 20 March, 1701-2.
Davies, Cadwalader s. Arth., of Berry, co. Montgomery, p.p. Balliol Coll., matric. 17 July, 1671, aged 19.
Davis, Charles s. Charles, of 'Newfoundland, Ind., gent. Pembroke Coll., matric. 25 Feb., 1705-6, aged 18. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [10]
Davis, Christopher B.A. 8 July, 1538.
David, David ap of co. Carmarthen, 'cler. fil.' Jesus Coll., matric. 26 Oct., 1582, aged 19.
Davies, David of co. Merioneth, pleb. Corpus Christi Coll., matric. 8 Nov., 1594, aged 18; B.A. 12 Dec., 1594, M.A. 7 July, 1597.
Davies, David B.A. from Jesus Coll. 4 July, 1605.
Davies, David B.A. from All Souls' Coll. 21 Nov., 1611, M.A. 6 July, 1615, one of these names rector of Gartheibo 1628, and of Darowen, co. Montgomery, 1635. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & O.H.S., x. 12, 72. [15]
Davies, David s. Da., of Llangoydmore, co. Cardigan, pleb. Jesus Coll., matric. 18 June, 1669, aged 19.
Davies, David s. John, of Shrewsbury, p.p. Magdalen Coll., matric. 11 Nov., 1670, aged 20.
Davies, David B.A. from Jesus Coll. 1674, M.A. 1678, B.D. 1684. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Davies, David s. Humphrey, of Myvod, co. Montgomery, p.p. (or 'popu fil'). University Coll., matric. 12 July, 1672, aged 17; B.A. 1676, perhaps vicar of Pennant, co. Montgomery, 1687. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Davies, David s. Th., of Cwmytuddar, co. Radnor, pleb. Jesus Coll., matric. 23 Feb., 1690-1, aged 17; B.A. from Merton Coll. 25 Feb., 1694-5, perhaps rector of Gladestry, co. Radnor, 1710. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [20]
Davies, David s. Arth., of Berriew, co. Montgomery, p.p. Lincoln Coll., matric. 28 March, 1699, aged 19; B.A. 1702.
Davies, David s. Elias, of Cadoxton, co. Glamorgan, p.p. Jesus Coll., matric. 26 Feb., 1699-1700, aged 18.
Davies, Edmond (Davys) B.A. from Magdalen Coll. 22 Nov., 1606.
Davies, Edmond (Davyes) of Devon, arm. Exeter Coll., matric. 14 June, 1616, aged 16; perhaps bar.-at-law, Middle Temple, 1628, as 5th son of Robert, who was son and heir of Gilbert, of Crediton, Devon. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Davis, Edmund s. Robert, of Christow, Devon, gent. Exeter Coll., matric. 9 April, 1647, aged 16; fellow by the visitors 1648-64, B.A. 15 June, 1650, M.A. 25 April, 1653, B. & D.Med. 28 June, 1665, a physician at Exeter 1667, until his death there 22 Jan., 1692-3. See Boase, 70; & Burrows. [25]
Davis, Edward B.C.L. 10 July, 1543.
Davies, Edward of Salop, pleb. Oriel Coll., matric. 11 Dec., 1601, aged 17; B.A. from St. Edmund Hall 26 June, 1605, M.A. 7 Feb., 1608-9.
Davies, Edward of co. Carmarthen, pleb. St. Edmund Hall, matric. 22 May, 1612, aged 18; B.A. from Magdalen Coll. 26 Feb., 1613-14.
Davies, Edward B.A. from Christ Church 8 Feb., 1615-16; M.A. from Hart Hall 8 July, 1619, perhaps vicar of Shilton, Oxon, 1619. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Davis, Edward s. John, of Latton, Wilts, pleb., p.p. Magdalen Coll., matric. 19 March, 1668-9, aged 17. [30]
Davies, Edward s. Rob., of Maisemore, co. Montgomery, pleb. Balliol Coll., matric. 26 March, 1675, aged 16.
Davies, Edward s. Edw., of St. Asaph, co. Flint, p.p. New Inn Hall, matric. 4 April, 1677, aged 19; B.A. 1680, vicar-choral of St. Asaph 1687, father of William 1708. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Davies, Edward s. John, of Llanrwst, co. Denbigh, gent. Christ Church, matric. 4 Feb., 1678-9, aged 17; B.A. 1682, M.A. 1685. See Alumni West., 183.
Davies, Edward s. John, of Llanmartin, co. Monmouth, paup. Jesus Coll., matric. 4 March, 1686-7, aged 17; B.A. 16 March, 1690-1.
Davis, Edward s. E(dward), of Tainton, Oxon, cler. Gloucester Hall, matric. 11 March, 1699-1700, aged 17; B.A. 1703, M.A. 1706, his father instituted to vicarage of Taynton 5 Dec., 1681. [35]
Davis, Emanuel of Devon, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 5 May, 1598, aged 18.
Davies, Eustace s. John, of Aber-Edw, co. Radnor, minister. Brasenose Coll., matric. 6 Dec., 1622, aged 18; B.A. 9 Feb., 1625-6, M.A. 11 July, 1628, rector of New Church, co. Radnor, 1632, and vicar of Llanrhystid, co. Cardigan, 1637, his father compounded for the first-fruits of the rectory of AberEdw 19 Nov., 1592. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
David, Evan (Davyd) pleb. Jesus Coll., matric.entry under date 20 Sept., 1575, aged 23; perhaps rector of Bridell, co. Pembroke, 1574, etc. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Davies, Evans (Daves) of co. Merioneth, pleb. Christ Church, matric. 12 April, 1583, aged 19; (called Eavan Davies in Mat. Reg.) B.A. from Jesus Coll. 9 May, 1586; M.A. from St. Edmund Hall 8 July, 1589. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Davies, Evan of co. Montgomery, pleb. Magdalen Coll., matric. 2 July, 1585, aged 17; (called David in Mat. Reg.) B.A. from Broadgates Hall 27 Feb., 1589-90. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [40]
Davies, Evan s. David, of Llanspythid, co. Brecknock, pleb. Jesus Coll., matric. 25 Jan., 1627-8, aged 19; perhaps vicar of St. David's alias Llanvaes, co. Brecon, 1638. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Davis, Evan s. Tho., of Llanilar, co. Cardigan, p.p. St. Mary Hall, matric. 28 April, 1676, aged 21; B.A. 19 Feb., 1679-80 (as Davies), perhaps rector of Kellan, co. Cardigan, 1692. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Davies, Evan s. 'Davis Evans,' of Brecknock, co. Brecon, p.p. Jesus Coll., matric. 2 April, 1696, aged 20; B.A. 1700, perhaps preb. of Garthbrengy in Collegiate Church of Brecon 1709. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Davies, Evan s. Dav., of Cardigan (town), p.p. St. Mary Hall, matric. 25 May, 1699, aged 16; B.A. from Lincoln Coll. 19 Jan., 1702-3. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Davies, Francis (Davys) B.A. from Broadgates Hall 5 Feb., 1607-8.
Davis, Francis of co. Glamorgan, pleb. Jesus Coll., matric. 10 Nov., 1621, aged 18; B.A. 26 Feb., 1624-5, M.A. 14 March, 1627-8, B.D. 22 June, 1640, created D.D. 21 May, 1661, vicar of Pentyrch, co. Glamorgan, 1630, rector of Llangan, 1638, preb. of St. Andrew alias St. Thomas Baschurch, in Llandaff, 1639, and rector of St. Andrew 1667, rector of Llangattock, co. Brecon, 1667, and of Bedwas, cos. Monmouth and Glamorgan, 1668, preb. of William Jones alias Fairwater, in Llandaff, 1668, archdeacon of Llandaff 1660, bishop 1667, until his death 14 March, 1674-5. See Ath., iv. 849; Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus; & D.N.B.
Davies, Francis St. Edmund Hall, matric. 31 March, 1637 only in subscription book and there erased. [5]
Davis, Francis s. Griffith, of Shrewsbury, 'Salop,' pleb. Christ Church, matric. 13 Nov., 1663, aged 19; B.A. 1667, M.A. 1670, perhaps vicar of Spelsbury, Oxon, 1672. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Davies, Francis s. Maurice, of Llangan, co. Glamorgan, p.p. Jesus Coll., matric. 9 March, 1676-7, aged 18; B.A. from Gloucester Hall 1680, M.A. from New Inn Hall 1683.
Davies, Fulke of co. Merioneth, pleb. Hart Hall, matric.-entry under date 2 May, 1581, rector of Llangower, co. Merioneth, 1591. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Davies 'Fulco,' s. Fulco, of Denbigh, co. Denbigh, gent. Jesus Coll., matric. 11 May, 1714, aged 18; B.A. 21 Feb., 1717-18 (as Foulkes).
David, Geoffrey (Davyde) chaplain; B.Can.L. (sup. 5 May) 1509. [10]
Davies, Gerson s. (Richard), bishop of St. David's. Brasenose Coll., matric.-entry under date 20 July, 1578, aged 19; B.A. (sup. 9 Feb.) 1579-80 (incorp. at Cambridge 1581), M.A. 30 June, 1582, preb. of Clydey, in St. David's, 1578, and preb. of Llanbyster (i.e. chancellor) in Collegiate Church of Abergwilly, afterwards Brecon, in St. David's, 1582, vicar of Penbryn, co. Cardigan, 1584. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Davies, Gilbert arm. Broadgates Hall, matric. 19 June, 1601, aged 17; B.A. from Hart Hall 3 July, 1604, of the Middle Temple 1601, as son and heir of Robert, of Christow, Devon, esq. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
David, Giles B.A. 6 March, 1573-4.
Davies, Giles (Davys) of Devon. pleb. Exeter Coll., matric.-entry under date 3 Dec., 1575, aged 18.
Davies, Godfrey of co. Montgomery, pleb. Hart Hall, matric. 9 Nov., 1621, aged 20. [15]
Davis, Grange of Berks, gent. Hart Hall, matric. 23 April, 1602, aged 15; B.A. from Brasenose Coll. 31 Oct., 1605, M.A. from St. Mary Hall 18 May, 1609, vicar of Stanford-in-the-Vale, Berks, 1620. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Davis, Gregory 1s. John, of Pangbourne, Berks, 'eq. aur.' Trinity Coll., matric. 29 Nov., 1689, aged 18. See John 1626.
David, Griffin of co. Cardigan, pleb. Oriel Coll., matric. 8 Nov., 1594, aged 17 (Griffith in Mat, Reg.); B.A. 29 Jan., 1599-1600, as Davids.
Davis, Griffin s. 'David Griffin,' of Llangadock, co. Carmarthen, pleb. Jesus Coll., matric. 7 Dec., 1638, aged 17; B.A. 25 June, 1641.
Davies, Griffin s. Lewis, of Llandissilio, co. Montgomery, p.p. Christ Church, matric. 14 July, 1671, aged 17; B.A. 1675 (as Griffith). [20]
Davies, Griffin s. Griffin, of 'Dryslol,' co. Carmarthen, gent. Jesus Coll., matric. 17 Dec., 1684, aged 17; B.A. 1688, M.A. 1691, proctor 1697, B. & D.Med. 1698 (as Griffith), of Gray's Inn 1687. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.
Davies, Griffin s. G., of Llandino, co. Carmarthen, cler. Jesus Coll., matric. 7 April, 1698, aged 18.
David, Griffith of co. Carmarthen, pleb. Jesus Coll., matric. 14 Oct., 1597, aged 19 (Griffin in Mat. Reg.); B.A. 30 June, 1601, as Davyes.
Davis, Gronow B.A. from All Souls' Coll. 4 Dec., 1632; M.A. from St. Mary Hall 6 June, 1635.
Davis, Harry of co. Carmarthen, pleb. St. Edmund Hall, matric. 30 April, 1602, aged 21, called Henry in Mat. Reg. [25]
Davies, Henry of Flints, pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric.-entry under date 31 May, 1581, aged 18.
Davies, Henry (Davyes) of Salop, gent. St. John's Coll., matric. 22 March, 1604-5, aged 17.
Davies, Henry (Davys) B.A. from Exeter Coll. 20 Oct., 1617; M.A. 1 July, 1620. See O.H.S., xii. 357.
Davies, Henry s. Thomas, of Llanvathly, co. Monmouth, sacerd. Hart Hall, matric. 7 June, 1638, aged 15.
Davis, Henry s. John, of Arlescott, co. Warwick, pleb. New Coll., matric. 19 Aug., 1634, aged 22. [30]
Davies, Henry pleb. St. John's Coll., matric. 24 July, 1660; B.C.L. 1 March, 1665-6, D.C.L. 17 Dec., 1679, admitted to Merchant Taylors' School in 1656, as 2nd son of Lawrence Davies, merchant taylor, and born in St. Martin's-in-the-Fields 20 Oct., 1643; rector of Cheam, Surrey. See Robinson, i. 233.
Davis, Henry s. Henry, of Hereford (city), pleb., p.p. Brasenose Coll., matric. 16 Dec., 1664, aged 17.
Davies, Henry s. Tho., of Newton, co. Carmarthen, pleb. Jesus Coll., matric. 17 April, 1668.
Davies, Henry s. Owen, of Oxford (city), pleb. Jesus Coll., matric. 5 July, 1678, aged 18.
Davies, Herbert s. Rob., of Wigmore, co. Hereford, gent. Balliol Coll., matric. 10 April, 1674, aged 16; B.A. 1677, M.A. 10 March, 1680-1, rector of Weybridge, Surrey, 1690, of Harleston, Suffolk, 1708, and of Barnham Broom, Norfolk, 1708. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [35]
Davies, Hopkin s. Thomas, of Neath (Neese), co. Glamorgan, pleb. Hart Hall, matric. 16 May, 1634, aged 16.
David, Hugh secular chaplain; B.C.L. 12 July, 1535.
Davis, Hugh of Flints, pleb. St. Mary Hall, matric.-entry under date 28 May, 1580, aged 20; B.A. 23 Feb., 1582-3.
Davies, Hugh of co. Denbigh, pleb. Gloucester Hall, matric. 9 Oct., 1584, aged 16; B.A. from Balliol Coll. 12 Dec., 1588, perhaps rector of Derwen-y-mall, co. Denbigh, 1595. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Davies, Hugh of co. Cardigan, pleb. Oriel Coll., matric. 26 Oct., 1599, aged 20, B.A. 1 March, 1602-3; M.A. from Broadgates Hall 17 June, 1608. [40]
Davies, Hugh (Davys) of New Coll., organist of Hereford Cathedral, B. Mus. 12 July, 1623, died about 1644. See Fasti, i. 410.
Davis, Hugh subscribed 1 July, 1631.
Davies, Hugh s. Hugh, of Bodederne, co. Anglesea, pleb. New Coll., matric. 22 Feb., 1632-3, aged 19.
Davis, Hugh pleb. Wadham Coll., matric. 12 Nov., 1651; fellow New Coll. by visitors 1654, B.C.L. 15 Dec., 1659, rector of Dummer, Hants, 1656 & 1661, chaplain to George, Duke of Buckingham. See Ath., iv. 545; Fasti, ii. 200; Burrows; & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Davis, Hugh pleb. Trinity Coll., matric. 21 July, 1660.
Davies, Humphry (Davys) B.A. from St. Mary Hall 28 March, 1588.
Davis, Humfrey B.A. from Trinity Coll. 5 Feb., 1596-7.
Davies, Humphrey of co. Montgomery, pleb. Hart Hall, matric. 26 April, 1616, aged 20; B.A. 11 June, 1616. [5]
Davies, Isaac s. Lewis, of Bettus, Salop, paup. New Inn Hall, matric. 2 June, 1685, aged 23.
Davis, James of co. Carmarthen, pleb. Broadgates Hall, matric. 3 June, 1603, aged 17; B.A. 3 July, 1606, M.A. 23 June, 1609.
Davis, James of co. Gloucester, pleb. Balliol Coll., matric. 28 June, 1604, aged 15.
Davis, James of co. Hereford, 'famulus Gul. Davis Bibliop.'; privilegiatus 11 July, 1606, aged 16, called John in O.H.S., x. 400.
Davies, James 'ser.' Christ Church, matric. 9 Dec., 1650. [10]
Davies, James pleb. Jesus Coll. (subscribed) 29 Oct., 1657; B.A. 1661, M.A. 29 Jan., 1663-4, rector of Barton Mills 1670-1709, and of Culford 1683-1709. See Fasti, ii. 266; Rawlinson, iii. 50, v. 249; & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Davies, James s. Thomas, of Lampatler, co. Cardigan, p.p. Jesus Coll., matric. 7 March, 1694-5, aged 18; B.A. 1698, M.A. 1702, curate of Llandillo, co. Radnor. See Rawlinson, iii. 50; & Gutch MS., 76.
Davies, James s. William, of Lampiter, co. Pembroke, pleb. Jesus Coll., matric. 27 March, 1710, aged 18; B.A. 1713.
Davies, Jenkin of co. Glamorgan, pleb. Jesus Coll., matric. 21 March, 1616-17, aged 19.
Davis, Jenkin s. Jenkin, of London, pleb. Merton Coll., matric. 3 Feb., 1670-1, aged 17; demy Magdalen Coll. 1672-8, B.A. 6 Feb., 1674-5, M.A. 1678, 'designed chaplain to one of his majesty's regiments in Flanders.' See Bloxam, v. 319. [15]
Davies, Jenkin s. David, of Lluvel, co. Brecon, paup. Jesus Coll., matric. 31 March, 1682, aged 20.
Davies, Jeremie or Jeremiah s. Evan, of Cerrig-yDruidion, co. Denbigh, sacerd. Hart Hall, matric. 10 Dec., 1624, aged 17; B.A. 27 Jan., 1626-7, M.A. 13 June, 1629, vicar of Ysceifog, Flints, 1638, his father instituted to rectory of Cerrigy-Druidion 17 Nov., 1613. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
David, John (Davit) B.A. (sup. 30 Jan.) 1516-17, M.A. 1 July, 1521, B.Med. (sup. in June) 1530.
Davies, John B.A. (sup. 1 June) 1519.
David, John B.A.; M.A. (sup. July) 1546, perhaps at Corpus Christi Coll. 1554, from Devon. [20]
David, John (or Davis) born at Lanvaethley, in the Isle of Anglesey, student of Christ Church, Dec., 1555, aged 21; D.Med. of Senes or Sienna in Tuscany, practiced at Brecknock, where he died in 1609. See Ath., ii. 61.
Davies, John (Davys) of co. Cardigan, pleb. Jesus Coll., matric.-entry under date 20 Sept., 1575, aged 18.
Davies, (Sir) John s. John, of London; B.A. from Gloucester Hall 1 July, 1577, M.A. 4 July, 1581, an eminent mathematician, incorp. at Cambridge 1584, knight banneret for services at the taking and sacking of Cadiz (15 Sept., 1596), surveyor of the ordnance 1598, deeply engaged in the rebellion of his patron, the Earl of Leicester, condemned to be hanged, drawn, and quartered, but pardoned, purchased an estate in Pangbourne, Berks, died at Berecourt 14 May, 1625, buried in the chancel, father of John 1626. See Fasti, i. 206; & Ath., ii. 373.
Davies, John of co. Hereford, poet, died in 1618. See Ath., ii. 260; & D.N.B.
Davies, John of co. Montgomery, pleb. Magdalen Coll., matric. 24 Nov., 1581, aged 26. [25]
Davis, John of co. Gloucester, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 9 Nov., 1582, aged 18.
Davies, John of co. Carmarthen, pleb. Jesus Coll., matric. 15 May, 1584, aged 18.
Davis, John of Dorset, pleb. Hart Hall, matric. 2 July, 1585, aged 20.
Davis, John of co. Monmouth, pleb. Magdalen Coll, matric. 2 July, 1585, aged 19; (? B.A. 9 July, 1590, but see next entry) perhaps rector of Llanwern, co. Monmouth, 1595, and vicar of Wonastow 1601. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Davis, (Sir) John of Wilts. Queen's Coll., matric. 15 Oct., 1585, aged 15 (as 'Gen. Cond.'); B.A. from Magdalen Coll. 9 July, 1590, 'poet,' bar.-at-law, Middle Temple, 1595 (as son of John, of Tisbury, Wilts), knighted by the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland 18 Dec., 1603, M.P. Newcastle-under-Lyne 1621-2, serjeant-at-law 1606, king's serjeant 1612, and justice of Assize, speaker of the Irish House of Commons, nominated lord chief justice king's bench, Ireland, but died suddenly in London (before his patent was completed) 7 Dec., 1626, monument in St. Martin'sin-the-Fields, brother of Matthew 1586. See also Thomas 1545; Ath. Ox., ii. 400-6; & Foster's Judges and Barristers; & D.N.B. [30]
Davies, John of co. Denbigh; a student in Jesus Coll. 1589, B.A. 16 March, 1593-4 (as Davys); B.D. from Lincoln Coll. 30 June, 1608 (14 years minister of the divine word), D.D. 14 March, 1615-16, 'but nothing in arts,' the eminent Welsh grammarian and lexicographer (son of David), born at Llanferras or Llanrhaiadr in Kinmerch (Wood), rector of Mallwyd, co. Merioneth, 1604, canon of St. Asaph 1617, rector of Llanymowddwy 1613, sinecure rector of Darowen 1613, and of Llanfor 1621, died at Mallwyd 1644. See Ath., ii. 587; Thomas, 248; Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus; & D.N.B.
David, John of co. Glamorgan, pleb. Jesus Coll., matric. 4 Feb., 1591-2, aged 18; B.A. from Christ Church 1 March, 1594-5.
Davis, John of Surrey, pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric. 15 Dec., 1592, aged 15; B.A. 16 Feb., 1595-6.
Davis, John subscribed 1 Jan., 1595-6, B.A. from Jesus Coll. 21 Feb., 1595-6.
Davies, John of co. Denbigh, pleb. Christ Church, matric. 12 Dec., 1600, aged 18. [35]
Davies, John of Westmorland, pleb. Queen's Coll., matric. 14 Oct., 1608, aged 18; B.A. 9 July, 1612.
Davies, John of Balliol Coll. 1610. See Deaves.
Davies, John of co. Denbigh, pleb. St. Edmund Hall, matric. 18 June, 1610, aged 18; B.A. 12 Nov., 1613, M.A. 4 July, 1616, perhaps rector of Llanarmon in Yale, co. Denbigh, 1621. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Davies, John of co. Cardigan, pleb. Jesus Coll., matric. 23 May, 1615, aged 22; B.A. 29 Nov., 1615, perhaps vicar of Llanilar, co. Cardigan, 1620. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Davies, John of Oxon, pleb. Queen's Coll., matric. 30 May, 1617, aged 15 B.A. 6 July, 1620, M.A. 19 Feb., 1623-4. [40]
Davis, John of Wilts, 'cler. fil.' Christ Church, matric. 10 Nov., 1621, aged 18, B.A. 16 Feb., 1625-6; M.A. from Pembroke Coll. 27 Oct., 1628. [Memo.: John Davies (perhaps his father) instituted to rectory of Devizes 1602.] See also Mathias 1631 and Thomas 1625.
Davies, John of co. Anglesey, pleb. St. Edmund Hall, matric. 16 Nov., 1621, aged 20, B.A. 6 Nov., 1624; M.A. from Magdalen Hall 25 June, 1628.
Davis, John s. Matthew, of Writtle, Essex, doctoris. Wadham Coll., matric. 3 Nov., 1626, aged 17, scholar 1623-6; B.A. from Gloucester Hall 1 Feb., 1626-7 ('doctoris fil.' in Wood).
Davis, (Sir) John of Oxon, 1s. John, of Pangborne, Berks, militis. Gloucester Hall, matric. 8 Dec., 1626, aged 15; (? B.A. 1 Feb., 1626-7) of Bere Court, Berks, admitted to the Middle Temple 1629, a justice of the peace for Berks, knighted 14 Nov., 1662. See Gregory 1689; & Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Davies, John (Davys) B.A. from New Coll. 18 Dec., 1634. [5]
Davies, John of Salop, s. 'John Davys,' of Llanbrinmair, co. Montgomery, pleb. Queen's Coll., matric. 10 Sept., 1636, aged 22; B.A. from Balliol Coll. 25 June, 1640.
Davies, John s. John, of Middleton, Salop, gent. St. Alban Hall, matric. 16 April, 1641, aged 18; of Gray's Inn 1641. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.
Davis, John s. William, of Kidwelly, co. Carmarthen, pleb. Jesus Coll., matric. 4 June, 1641, aged 16; admitted sizar of St. John's Coll., Cambridge, 14 May, 1646, aged 19 (his father a yeoman), born at Kidwelly 25 May, 1625, buried in the church there 22 July, 1693. See Ath., iv. 382; & D.N.B.
Davis, John pleb. Balliol Coll., matric. 20 Feb., 1648-9.
Davids, John 'ser.' Oriel Coll., matric. 24 June, 1653. [10]
Davies, John 'ser.' All Souls' Coll., matric. 8 May, 1655.
Davies, John doctoris fil. Balliol Coll., matric. 25 July, 1655, B.A. 16 Oct., 1655; M.A. from Gloucester Hall 11 July, 1659, created D.D. 20 Dec., 1670, born at Chilton, Oxon, at the house of his mother's father, Rev. Dr. Lawrence; professor of Greek at Oxford, 'patre medico Devon,' rector of Heydon, Essex, 1676, and of Little Chishall, Essex, 1684, died 4 Oct., 1717, aged 82. See Rawlinson, i. 331; & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Davies, John 'ser.' Christ Church, matric. 1 April, 1656; B.A. 1659, as Davis.
Davies, John B.A. from Trinity Coll., Cambridge, incorp. 24 March, 1657-8.
Davies, John s. Tho., of Slimbridge, co. Gloucester, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 25 May, 1666, aged 17; B.A. 8 Feb., 1669-70, M.A. 1672, perhaps father of St. John. [15]
Davis, John s. Thomas, of Lechlade, co. Gloucester, minister. Magdalen Coll., matric. 1 Feb., 1666-7, aged 17; chorister 1662-70, B.A. 1670, M.A. 1673, clerk 1674-8, went abroad and became a convert to the church of Rome, his father instituted to the vicarage of Lechlade 13 Nov., 1645. See Bloxam, i. 93.
Davies, John s. Humphr., of Easenhall, co. Warwick, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 9 Dec., 1670, aged 18; B.A. from Magdalen Coll. 1674, M.A. 1677, vicar of Salford Priors, co. Warwick, 1677, rector of Ipsley, co. Warwick, 1685. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Davis, John s. Joh., of Chicksgrove, Wilts, gent. Magdalen Hall, matric. 3 July, 1671, aged 17; demy Magdalen Coll. 1671-7, B.A. 6 Feb., 1674-5, M.A. 1677, fellow 1677-1724, B.D. 20 Feb., 1689-90, D.D. 1708, expelled by the commissioners of James II. in 1687, restored 1688, vice-president 1692, vicar of Dinton 1688, curate of Horspath 1694, vicar of Tubney 1721, until his death 21 Oct., 1724, will at Oxford 2 Nov., 1724. See Bloxam, v. 317.
Davies, John s. 'David Hughes,' of Llanerchayron, co. Cardigan, p.p. Jesus Coll., matric. 30 May, 1674, aged 21; B.A. 17 Jan., 1677-8.
Davis, John s. Joh., of Worcester (city), p.p. St. Alban Hall, matric. 23 Nov., 1677, aged 19; called Davies in Mat. Reg. [20]
Davies, John s. Joh., of Lampeter, co. Cardigan, pleb. Jesus Coll., matric. 11 March, 1677-8, aged 15; B.A. 1681, perhaps twin brother of Lewis same date.
Davies, John s. John, of S. Hilary, Cornwall, gent. Exeter Coll., matric. 1 April, 1679, aged 17.
Davis, John pleb. Wadham Coll., matric. 20 March, 1683-4, B.A. from Corpus Christi Coll. 1688; M.A. 1691, B.D. 1699, D.D. 1702, rector of Clayhiddon, Devon, 1704. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Davies, John s. J., of Anglesey (town), pleb. Jesus Coll., matric. 18 June, 1686, aged 17; B.A. 1690, M.A. 17 Jan., 1692-3, B.D. 7 March, 1707-8, D.D. 1711, perhaps preb. of Vaynoll, in St. Asaph, 1697, vicar of Llanbadarn Vawr, co. Cardigan, 1698, etc. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus; Le Neve; & Thomas's St. Asaph, 247, 324.
Davies, John s. Devereux, of Llanvihangell-Generglyn, p.p. Trinity Coll., matric. 12 April, 1690, aged 18. [25]
Davies, John s. David, of Llanarth, co. Cardigan, paup. Jesus Coll., matric. 22 Oct., 1691, aged 18.
Davies, John s. Hen., of Gragge, Salop, gent. Jesus Coll., matric. 8 June, 1693, aged 17; B.A. 1697, M.A. 1 Feb., 1699-1700, B.D. 1701, rector of Bucknell Salop, 1702. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Davies, John (Davys) s. Mathew, of Chicksgrove, Wilts, gent. Magdalen Hall, matric. 20 July, 1693, aged 15; demy Magdalen Coll., 1693-1702, B.A. 1697, M.A. 1700, vice-principal of Hart Hall 1706, born at Chicksgrove, parish of Tidsbury, 28 Sept., 1678, rector of Fritwell, Oxon, 1703-12, and of Castle Ashby, Northants, 1719, until his death 21 Oct., 1724. See Rawlinson, v. 427, xvii. 8; Gutch., i. 345; Bloxam, vi. 128; & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Davis, John B.A. from Merton Coll. 24 May, 1694.
Davies, John B.A. from St. Mary Hall 28 May, 1695. [30]
Davies, John s. William, of Llampeter, co. Pembroke, gent. Jesus Coll., matric. 13 March, 1699-1700, aged 15; bar.-at-law, Middle Temple, 1708. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Davies, John s. 'J.' ('Dav.' in 4to.), of Llangerniew, co. Denbigh, pleb. St. Mary Hall, matric. 28 March, 1702, aged 19.
Davis, John s. Ric., of Hunton, Kent, gent. University Coll., matric. 10 April, 1712, aged 18; B.A. 1715, M.A. 1718, rector of West Farleigh, Kent, 1726. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus
Davies, John s. 'Dav. Jones,' of Ystrad, co. Cardigan, pleb. Jesus Coll., matric. 19 March, 1713-14, aged 19; B.A. from Magdalen Hall 18 March, 1718-19, perhaps rector of Barking, Suffolk, 1722. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Davis, Jonathan s. Richard, of Pershore, co. Worcester, pleb. New Inn Hall, matric. 20 March, 1639-40, aged 16; B.A. from Balliol Coll. 29 Feb., 1643-4. [35]
Davies, Lancelot (Davys) of co. Flint, pleb. University Coll., matric. 1 Dec., 1581, aged 20; perhaps same man as next.
Davies, Lancelot of co. Flint, pleb. University Coll., matric. 1 Dec., 1581, aged 22.
Davies, Lewis s. Joh., of Lampeter, co. Cardigan, pleb. Jesus Coll., matric. 11 March, 1677-8, aged 15; B.A. 1681, perhaps twin brother of John same date.
Davies, Lewis s. Richard, of Aberguiiley, co. Carmarthen, pleb. Jesus Coll., matric. 5 May, 1703, aged 19; B.A. 20 March, 1706-7, vicar of Mydrim, co. Carmarthen, 1710. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Davies, Lewis s. Joh., of Bodedern, Isle of Anglesey, p.p. Jesus Coll., matric. 9 March, 1709-10, aged 19; B.A. 5 Feb., 1713-14, rector of Llandyfrydog, co. Anglesey, 1723. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Davies, Leyson (Lison) s. 'David Philip,' of Cadoxtonjuxta-Neath, co. Glamorgan, p.p. Jesus Coll., matric. 18 May, 1666, aged 19. [5]
Davies, Mainwaring s. John, of Camberwell, Surrey, gent. Wadham Coll., matric. 16 Dec., 1670, aged 18; bar.-at-law, Inner Temple, 1677, bencher 1700, reader 1704. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
David, Matthew B.A. 22 March, 1566-7.
Davis, Matthew of Wilts, pleb. New Coll., matric. 29 April, 1586, aged 20; B.A. 12 April, 1589, M.A. 18 Jan., 1592-3, B.D. 16 July, 1600, D,D. 8 July, 1607, brother of Sir John 1585, father of John 1626, see also Thomas 1545.
Davies, Matthew (Davys) s. John, of Chicksgrove, Wilts, gent. Magdalen Coll., matric. 29 March, 1667, aged 17; bar.-at-law, Middle Temple, 1676, licenced 21 Oct., 1673, to marry Mrs. Jane Sands, of Leatherhead, spinster; father of John 1693. See Foster's Judges and Barristers & Marriage Licences, ed. Foster.
Davies, Matthew s. Ja., of Neath, co. Glamorgan, pleb. Jesus Coll., matric. 7 May, 1695, aged 18. [10]
Davis, Mathias s. John, of Devizes, Wilts, sacerd. Christ Church, matric. 13 May, 1631, aged 24; B.A. 9 Feb., 1631-2, probably brother of John 1621, and of Thomas 1625.
Davies, Mathuselah s. Dav., of Llanvair-Trefligen, co. Cardigan, p.p. Jesus Coll., matric. 14 July, 1671, aged 17; vicar of Pencarreg, co. Carmarthen, 1696. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Davies, Meredith (Davys) B.A. from Hart Hall 19 Oct., 1620, one of these names ejected from curacy of Llannum, co. Carmarthen, for nonconformity in 1662. See Calamy, iii. 498.
Davids, Morgan of co. Pembroke, pleb. Jesus Coll., matric. 4 Feb., 1591-2, aged 16.
Davis, Morgan 'ser.' Jesus Coll., matric. 7 Dec., 1650; B.A. 10 March, 1654-5, perhaps rector of Cosheston, co. Pembroke, 1663, and of Nash and Upton 1669. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Davies, Morgan s. Morgan, of 'Comb,' co. Carmarthen, gent. Jesus Coll., matric. 27 June, 1712, aged 14. [16]
Davis, Nathaniel s. John, of Dartmouth, Devon, pleb. Exeter Coll., matric. 2 Dec., 1631, aged 17; B.A. 23 Jan., 1633-4.
Davies, Nehemiah s. Matthew, of Bishopston, co. Glamorgan, pleb. Jesus Coll., matric. 22 May, 1663, aged 16; B.A. 1667, M.A. 22 Jan., 1683-4, rector of Mongewell, Oxon, 1671, vicar of Compton, Berks, 1684, probably father of the next named. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Davies, Nehemias s. N., of Norstock, Oxon, cler. All Souls' Coll., matric. 12 July, 1691, aged 17, B.A. 1695; M.A. from St. Alban Hall 1698, rector of Oxwich, co. Glamorgan, 1702. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Davis, Nicholas of co. Worcester, pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric. 18 May, 1582, aged 17; perhaps vicar of St. Dogmael, St. Thomas, co. Pembroke, 1599. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [20]
Davies, Nicholas s. John, of Plymouth, Devon, gent. Exeter Coll., matric. 2 Dec., 1631, aged 17; possibly D.Med. Leyden, 15 April, 1638, incorp. 10 Oct., 1642, and 7 Aug., 1660. See Fasti, ii. 9.
Davis, Nicholas s. William, of Mongewell, Berks, gent. Merton Coll., matric. 20 May, 1642, aged 17; perhaps the postmaster appointed by the visitors in 1651. See Burrows, 178.
Davies, Nicholas (Davis) 'Bibliopola,' s. William, of Oxford (city), pleb.; privilegiatus 20 Sept., 1666, aged 43.
Davis, Owen (or Ewen) fellow All Souls' Coll. 1570; B.A. 1 Feb., 1571-2, M.A. 4 Feb., 1575-6.
Davies, Owen s. 'David Roberts,' of Llantrissaint, co. Anglesey, pleb. Jesus Coll., matric. 30 April, 1624, aged 19. [25]
Davies, Owen s. 'David Morgans,' of Llanddeinolen, co. Carnarvon, pleb. Jesus Coll., matric. 1 June, 1636, aged 16; B.A. 11 Feb., 1639-40.
Davies, Owen pleb. Jesus Coll., matric. 13 July, 1660; B.A. 1664, M.A. 1667, perhaps rector of Llangeinwen, co. Anglesey, 1670, etc. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Davies, Owen s. Thomas, of Llanchinad, co. Anglesey, pleb. St. Mary Hall, subscribed 8 July, 1704, aged 24.
Davies, Peter s. 'David Lewis,' of Llanynnis, co. Denbigh, pleb. Jesus Coll., matric. 25 Jan., 1627-8, aged 21; B.A. 12 June, 1630.
Davies, Peter 'ser.' Pembroke Coll., matric. 9 Dec., 1653; one of these names rector of Addington, Kent, 1660. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Davis, Philip (Davys) Dominican; B.D. (sup. 17 March) 1523-4, perhaps rector of Llandegveth, co. Monmouth, 1541. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [31]
Davies, Philip of co. Gloucester. Queen's Coll., matric. 3 Nov., 1615, aged 17; 'pauper scholaris.'
Davies, Philip s. John, of Brockton, Salop, pleb. Oriel Coll., matric. 30 Nov., 1682, aged 26; perhaps rector of Bradenham 1685, of Bow Brickhill 1687, and of Leckhamsted, Bucks, 1719-26. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Davids, Rees (ap Lewis) of co. Carmarthen, gent. Jesus Coll., matric. 26 Oct., 1582, aged 19.
David, Rice B.C.L. 12 July, 1540, perhaps rector of Llanelian, co. Denbigh, 1557. [35]
Davies, Rice B.A. from Hart Hall 8 Feb., 1615-16.
Davis, Richard (Davys) B.A. 1 July, 1510, chaplain; B.C.L. 15 Feb., 1511-12, B.Can.L. 4 July, 1513. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
David, Richard (Davyth) B.A. 10 Nov., 1511, licenced M.A. 13 June, and created M.A. 2 July, 1515. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & O.H.S., i. 77.
David, Richard B.A.; M.A. (sup. 28 June) 1530, B.D. 28 June, 1536, and created D.D. 30 Oct., 1566 (as Davies), vicar of Burnham 1550, rector of Maidsmorton, Bucks, 1549, deprived by Queen Mary, and restored by Queen Elizabeth, exiled in Geneva, bishop of St. Asaph 1560-1, and of St. David's 1561, until he died 7 Nov., 1581, buried in the church of Abergwilly, near Carmarthen. See Ath., i. 462; Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus; Thomas's St. Asaph, 225; & Fasti, i. 178.
Davis, Richard (Davys) B.A. 26 Feb., 1564-5, M.A. 30 June, 1569, of Oriel Coll. See Foster's Judges and Barristers & Index Ecclesiasticus. [40]
Davies, Richard B.A. from Christ Church 6 July, 1597, M.A. 8 July, 1600. See O.H.S., xii. 204.
Davies, Richard of co. Warwick, 'cler. fil.' Magdalen Hall, matric. 16 Dec., 1608, aged 16; B.A. from Queen's or Merton Coll. 17 Dec., 1612.
Davis, Richard of co. Warwick, 'cler. fil.' Exeter Coll., matric. 17 Dec., 1619, aged 16; B.A. 20 Feb., 1622-3, M.A. 21 June, 1625.
Davies, Richard of co. Montgomery, pleb. Jesus Coll., matric. 2 Nov., 1621, aged 20.
Davis, Richard 'stationer,' s. William, of University of Oxon, stationer; privilegiatus 13 Dec., 1639, aged 20, see also Thomas 1625.
Davis, Richard s. John, of London, Middlesex, arm. Wadham Coll., matric. 20 May, 1642, aged 14; bar.-at-law, Inner Temple, 1654. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Davies, Richard 'serv.' Queen's Coll., matric. 28 June, 1659, B.A. 1663; ? M.A. from St. Alban Hall 10 May, 1666.
Davies, Richard s. J., of Bettus, co. Denbigh, paup. New Inn Hall, matric. 26 June, 1676, aged 19.
Davis, Richard p.p. St. Mary Hall, matric. 13 March, 1694-5; B.A. 1698, perhaps rector of Sapperton, co. Gloucester, 1696. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [5]
Davies, Richard See Davids 11 Feb., 1709-10.
Davis, Robert fellow New Coll. 1551-60, from Kirton, Devon; B.A. 27 Feb., 1554-5.
Davies, Robert of co. Denbigh, pleb. St. Mary Hall, matric. 5 Dec., 1589, aged 20.
Davies, Robert of co. Flint, arm. Brasenose Coll., matric. 14 Oct., 1597, aged 19; the next Robert Davyes 'subscribed same date but in a different hand.' [9]
Davies, Robert (Davyes) subscribed 14 Oct., 1597.
Davies, Robert of co. Denbigh, pleb. Christ Church, matric. 7 April, 1598, aged 18; B.A. 18 May, 1602, as a master at Westminster School.
Davies, Robert of Wilts, pleb. Christ Church, matric. 17 Oct., 1600, aged 18; B.A. 3 Nov., 1604.
Davis, Robert of co. Hereford, pleb. Corpus Christi Coll., matric. 28 March, 1607, aged 22.
Davies, Robert of co. Denbigh, pleb. Lincoln Coll., matric. 22 June, 1610, aged 17; B.A. 3 March, 1613-14, M.A. 4 July, 1616.
Davies, Robert s. John, of Masbrooke, Salop, pleb. Jesus Coll., matric. 14 Oct., 1631, aged 20 (called Davis in Mat. Reg.); B.A. 27 Oct., 1631. [15]
Davies, Robert gent. Brasenose Coll., matric. 6 June, 1660, perhaps of Gray's Inn. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.
Davies, Robert s. John, of Manley, co. Chester, gent. Brasenose Coll., matric. 17 June, 1670, aged 17.
Davies, Robert s. 'Mutton,' of Woodhey, co. Chester, arm. Christ Church, matric. 2 April, 1677, aged 18; of the Inner Temple 1678, his father then described as of Llanerch, co. Denbigh. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Davies, Robert s. Robert, of Llannerch, co. Denbigh. arm. Brasenose Coll., matric. 27 June, 1702, aged 16; of Gwysaney, Flints, a Welsh antiquary, died 22 May, 1728.
Davis, Roger (? Daniels) subscribed 1 Jan., 1595-6; B.A. from St. Mary Hall 16 April, 1602. [20]
Davies, Roger (Davyes) of co. Hereford, pleb. Jesus Coll., matric. 20 Nov., 1607, aged 19; B.A. 17 Nov., 1610, M.A. 30 June, 1614, then in orders, vicar of Clifford, co. Hereford, 1621. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Davies, Roger 'serviens,' s. 'John Rogers,' of Poole, co. Montgomery, p.p. St. Edmund Hall, matric. 21 April, 1665, aged 21; B.A. 1669, M.A. 1672, perhaps rector of Southery, Norfolk, 1675 or 1685, etc. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Davies, Roger s. William. of Llampeter, co. Pembroke, gent. Jesus Coll., matric. 16 Jan., 1702-3, aged 16, B.A. 1706; M.A. from King's Coll., Cambridge, 1724, master of Carmarthen free school 1724, rector of Rosecrowther, co. Pembroke, 1724, cursal preb. of St. David's 1733. born 5 March, 1686-7, in the parish of Lampeter Velvrey. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Rawlinson, vi. 383, xvii. 6, xx. 170.
Davies, Roger pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric. 26 March, 1713; died 5 March, 1715. See Davids, Gutch, i. 380.
Davis, Rouland of co. Worcester, gent. St. Edmund Hall, matric. 7 Feb., 1583-4, aged 16; of the Inner Temple 1587, late of Clement's Inn. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. [25]
Davies, Rowland (Davys) B.A. from All Souls' Coll. 7 July, 1615.
Davies, Rowland s. Henr., of Llandyfrydogh, co. Anglesey, p.p. Jesus Coll., matric. 10 July, 1665, aged 17.
Davies, Roland s. 'Dav. Williams,' of Llangadog, co. Carmarthen, p.p. Jesus Coll., matric. 9 March, 1676-7, aged 17; B.A. 22 Feb., 1680-1, rector of Llanlid alias St. Juliet, co. Glamorgan, 1695. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Davies, St. John s. Jos. (? John), of West Wickham, Bucks, cler. Balliol Coll., matric. 13 March, 1694-5, aged 15; B.A. 1698, M.A. 1707, vicar of West Wycombe, Bucks, 1704-15, rector of Saunderton 1714-30, his father vicar 1673-84, and rector 1692-1713. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Davis, Samuel of Bristol, pleb. University Coll., matric. 15 Nov., 1583, aged 18; B.A. 12 Feb., 1587-8, M.A. 28 June, 1592, vicar of Bedminster, Somerset, 1592, and of St. Mary Redcliffe in Bristol 1592. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [30]
Davies, Samuel D.C.L. from Jesus Coll. 12 Sept., 1661, cursal canon of St. Asaph 1667, and preb. of Meliden 1685, vicar of Welshpool 1668, and of Guilsfield, co. Montgomery, 1671. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus; & Thomas's St. Asaph, 251.
Davies, Samuel s. George, of 'Houl,' co. Worcester, p.p. Oriel Coll., matric. 1 April, 1664, aged 19, B.A. 1667; M.A. from Hart Hall 1671, rector of St. Clement's, Worcester, 1676. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Davies, Samuel s. William, of St. Earth, Cornwall, pleb. Exeter Coll., matric. 3 March, 1664-5, aged 18, B.A. 1668; M.A. from Hart Hall 1671, rector of Ludgvan 1670. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
David, Thomas B.A. 14 Jan., 1515-16 (as Davyse), M.A. 27 April, 1521, secular chaplain; B.Can.L. 10 Nov., 1530, B.C.L. 17 Feb., 1535-6. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Davis, Thomas fellow of New Coll. 1545, from Tysbery, Wilts, M.A. 1553, proctor 1556, B.D. (sup. 1 June) 1559, rector of Hilperton, Wilts, 1545, and of Hardwick, Bucks, 1557, removed as a papist 1562. See also John, of Queen's Coll. 1585, and Matthew 1586; Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus; & O.H.S., i. 315. [35]
Davis, Thomas B.A. (sup. May) 1562.
Davids, Thomas B.A. 27 March, 1562-3.
Davis, Thomas of co. Gloucester, pleb. Magdalen Coll., matric.-entry under date 20 Dec., 1577, aged 15; demy 1577-84, fellow 1584-90, B.A. 27 June, 1587, perhaps of the Inner Temple 1586, as of Tortworth, co. Gloucester. See Bloxam, iv. 206; & Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Davies, Thomas (Davyes) of Salop, pleb. St. Mary Hall, matric. 27 Nov., 1581, aged 19.
Davies, Thomas (Davyes) of London, gent. University Coll., matric. 25 Oct., 1583, aged 15; B.A. 18 Feb., 1586-7. [40]
Davies, Thomas (Davys) B.A. from Jesus Coll. 29 March, 1598.
Davies, Thomas of co. Warwick, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 13 Nov., 1607, aged 17; perhaps B.A. from Broadgates Hall 2 Dec., 1609.
Davis, Thomas of co. Anglesey, pleb. Oriel Coll., matric. 3 April, 1612, aged 19; B.A. 23 Oct., 1615, M.A. 10 June, 1618, rector of Llanvaethlu, co. Anglesey, 1619, father of Henry 1638. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Davis, Thomas s. 'John Davis,' of 'Le Vies' (Devizes), Wilts, sacerd. Pembroke Coll., matric. 17 June, 1625, aged 20; B.A. 9 May, 1626, M.A. 3 July, 1632, brother of John 1621, and of Mathias 1631.
Davis, Thomas s. William, of University of Oxford, pleb. Queen's Coll., matric. 1 July, 1625, aged 16; B.A. from St. Mary Hall 12 March, 1628-9, M.A. 26 June, 1632. See also Richard 1639.
Davies, Thomas of Cumberland, pleb. Queen's Coll., matric. 21 Nov., 1628, aged 15.
Davies, Thomas s. David, of Paington, Devon, sacerd. Exeter Coll., matric. 9 Dec., 1631, aged 17; B.A. 30 April, 1635, his father instituted to the vicarage of Paington 27 Nov., 1604. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Davis, Thomas s. Roger, of Gloucester (city), pleb. Balliol Coll., matric. 25 Oct., 1633, aged 16; B.A. 15 Oct., 1636, rector of Frampton Cotterell, co. Gloucester, 1639, and of Lechlade 1645. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [5]
Davis, Thomas s. James, of Trobridge, Wilts, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 27 June, 1634, aged 17; B.A. 19 Oct., 1637.
Davies, Thomas s. James, of Begelly, co. Pembroke, sacerd. St. Edmund Hall, matric. 11 July, 1634, aged 18; B.A. 22 April, 1637, M.A. 25 June, 1640, rector of Gumfreston, co. Pembroke, 1660, his father compounded for the first-fruits of the rectory of Begelly 23 Oct., 1610. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Davis, Thomas s. 'David Roberts,' of Llanrhaiadr-ynMochnant, co. Montgomery, pleb. Hart Hall, matric. 18 June, 1640, aged 18.
Davis, Thomas gent. Magdalen Hall, matric. 29 Jan., 1648-9; submitted to the parliamentary visitors 1648. See Burrows.
Davis, Thomas 'cler. fil.' Jesus Coll., matric. 7 Nov., 1650; B.A. 25 April, 1653, M.A. 1 Feb., 1655-6, incorp. at Cambridge 1665. [10]
Davis, Thomas 'ser.' Queen's Coll., matric. 31 July, 1658.
Davies, Thomas s. 'Da. Williams,' of 'Ceaveney Coyd' (? Evenechtyd), co. Denbigh, p.p. St. Edmund Hall, matric. 12 July, 1661, aged 17; B.A. 1665, M.A. 1670, perhaps vicar of Wedmore, Somerset, 1672, and preb. of Wedmore (2) in Wells 1682. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Davies, Thomas s. Athanasius, of Tredonnoc, co. Monmouth, minister. Jesus Coll., matric. 18 Oct., 1662, aged 17; B.A. 1666, rector of Kemeys Inferior, co. Monmouth, 1667. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Davies, Thomas B.A. from All Souls' Coll. 11 Feb., 1668-9, M.A. 18 Nov., 1671.
Davis, Thomas 'pharmacopola'; privilegiatus 15 Aug., 1672. [15]
Davies, Thomas of Jesus Coll. 1675. See Davids.
Davies, Thomas s. Evan, of Llandrindod, co. Radnor, pleb. St. Mary Hall, matric. 14 March, 1680-1, aged 18; servitor of Wadham Coll. 1682, B.A. 1684, M.A. 1687.
Davies, Thomas 1s. T(homas), of London, eq. aur. Trinity Coll., matric. 13 July, 1686, aged 15; B.A. from Oriel Coll. 1690; M.A. from Emanuel Coll., Cambridge, 1704, of Lincoln's Inn 1687; his father sheriff of London, knighted 23 Oct., 1667. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Davies, Thomas (Davyes) s. John, of Stanton-longa, co. Cambridge, gent. Christ Church, matric. 19 March, 1686-7, aged 18.
Davies, Thomas paup. Brasenose Coll., matric. 27 Feb., 1692-3; B.A. 1696, M.A. 1699. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [20]
Davies, Tobias of Bristol, pleb. University Coll., matric. 15 Nov., 1588, aged 15; B.A. 15 Nov., 1593, M.A. 10 June, 1596, rector of Chipstable, Somerset, 1597, and of Exford 1612. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
David, Walter B.A. 31 Dec., 1542. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Davis, Walter pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric. 5 April, 1655; B.A. 15 Oct., 1658, M.A. 18 June, 1661, perhaps rector of Long Newnton, Wilts, 1663. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Davis, William chaplain, B.Can.L. 1 July, 1510.
David, William (Dawyt) B.A. (sup. 20 Feb.) 1515-16. [25]
David, William B.A.; B.Can.L. 17 Feb., 1532-3.
David, William 'Minorite,' 'after studying 13 years sup. Nov., 1534, for B.D.'
Davies, William Magdalen Coll., matric.-entry under date 1571.
Davies, William (Davys) tabarder Queen's Coll. 1572, B.A. 12 July, 1572, fellow 1575, M.A. 20 June, 1575. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & O.H.S., xii. 16.
Davies, William (Davys) B.A. 12 June, 1578. [30]
Davis, William of co. Anglesey, pleb.; privilegiatus 10 Dec., 1585, aged 18; B.A. from Magdalen Hall 27 Oct., 1589. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Davies, William of co. Pembroke, gent. Jesus Coll., matric. 8 July, 1586, aged 18; B.A. from Magdalen Coll. 20 Jan., 1590-1, M.A. 4 July, 1594, perhaps rector of Henry's Moat, co. Pembroke, 1602. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Davies, William of Somerset, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 30 July, 1596, aged 14; B.A. 17 Feb., 1600-1; M.A. from Christ Church 27 June, 1607.
Davies, William B.A. from St. Edmund Hall 7 Dec., 1597.
Davies, William of co. Denbigh, pleb. St. Mary Hall, matric. 19 Oct., 1599, aged 17. [35]
David, William of Radnor, pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric. 14 June, 1605, aged 19; perhaps vicar of Boughrood, co. Radnor, 1619. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Davis, William of co. Carmarthen, pleb. Jesus Coll., matric. 19 May, 1615, aged 16.
Davies, William of co. Anglesey, pleb. Hart Hall, matric. 2 Nov., 1621, aged 18; B.A. 21 Oct., 1623.
Davis, William s. William, of Oxford (city), cook. Queen's Coll., matric. 14 Feb., 1622-3, aged 16; perhaps B.A. from Balliol Coll. 1 June, 1627, M.A. 15 April, 1630. See Fasti, i. 455.
Davies, William s. 'David Powell,' of Llangunider, co. Brecknock, pleb. Jesus Coll., matric. 30 April, 1624, aged 20; B.A. 9 Feb., 1625-6. [40]
Davies, William subscribed 30 April, 1624, perhaps B.A. from Gloucester Hall 23 Feb., 1627-8, M.A. 3 June, 1630), perhaps vicar of Chard, Somerset, 1642, canon of Wells 1642, and archdeacon of Bath 1643(-1661). See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Fasti, i. 455.
Davies, William s. Rice, of Staunton-super-Arrowe, co. Hereford, pleb. St. Mary Hall, matric. 15 June, 1638, aged 20.
Davis, William s. William, of Aller, Somerset, gent. Wadham Coll., matric. 11 Oct., 1639, aged 17; created B.A. 16 Jan., 1642-3.
Davids, William gent. Brasenose Coll., matric. 11 Dec., 1652.
Davies, William (Davys) B.A. from Trinity Coll., Cambridge, 1665, M.A. 1669, incorporated 13 July, 1669. [45]
Davies, William s. 'Randulph,' of Meivod, co. Montgomery, minister. Merton Coll., matric. 14 March, 1672-3, aged 17; B.A. 1676, perhaps vicar of Llanbrynmair, co. Montgomery, 1690, his father instituted vicar of Meifod 13 April, 1647. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Davis, William s. Dav., of Lanagrowthon (Llangwyryfon), co. Cardigan, p.p. St. John's Coll., matric. 7 May, 1675, aged 19; perhaps B.A. from New Inn Hall 20 March, 1678-9, as Davies.
Davies, William s. James, of Lampeter, co. Pembroke, gent. Trinity Coll., matric. 11 July, 1678, aged 18; of Gray's Inn 1679. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.
Davies, William s. Robert, of London, pleb. St. John's Coll., matric. 12 July, 1678, aged 17; B.A. 1682, M.A. 1686, admitted to Merchant Taylors' School 1672, born 7 April, 1661, said to have practiced as a physician at Oporto, where he died. See Robinson, i. 276.
Davis, William s. William, of Blockley, co. Worcester, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 30 Oct., 1679, aged 17; B.A. 1683, perhaps vicar of Wormleighton, co. Warwick, 1690. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Davies, William s. William, of Llanstephan, co. Radnor, pleb. St. Mary Hall, matric. 30 June, 1682, aged 18.
Davis, William s. Phil., of Hendrey, co. Hereford, pleb. Balliol Coll., matric. 26 March, 1686, aged 18; vicar of Ganarew, co. Hereford, 1695. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [5]
Davis, William s. 'G.' (? 'Gul'), of Barton, Westmorland, gent. Queen's Coll., matric. 15 Dec., 1692, aged 18.
Davis, William s. Joh., pleb. Hart Hall., matric. 21 May, 1693, aged 18.
Davies, William 'cler. fil.' Queen's Coll., matric. 20 March, 1693-4, B.A. 1697.
Davis, William s. Hug., of Titley, co. Hereford, pleb. Oriel Coll., subscribed 28 Feb., 1699-1700, aged 21, B.A. 1703; M.A. from King's Coll., Cambridge, 1706; incorp. 8 Dec., 1709.
Davies, William s. G. (? 'Gul'), of Machynlleth, co. Montgomery, p.p. St. John's Coll., matric. 29 March, 1704, aged 21; B.A. 1707 (called Davis in Mat. Reg.). [10]
Davies, William s. Edward, of St. Asaph, co. Flint, cler. Christ Church, matric. 30 June, 1708, aged 17; B.A. 1712, M.A. 1715.
Davies, William s. Dav., of Boughrood, co. Radnor, gent. Jesus Coll., matric. 8 April, 1712, aged 18.
Davies, William of Carmarthen (town), pleb. Jesus Coll., matric. 28 March, 1713, aged 18.
Davies, William B.C.L. from Jesus Coll. 1 July, 1718.
Davis, William s. Tho., of Westminster, gent. Christ Church, matric. 4 June, 1714, aged 19; a student from Westminster 1714, B.A. 1718, M.A. 22 March, 1720-1. See Alumni West., 262. [15]
Davill, W. of co. Stafford, pleb. Merton Coll., matric. 24 Nov., 1581, aged 30.
Davilles, Philip of Devon, gent. Exeter Coll., (matric.-entry under date 3 Dec., 1575, aged 19) B.A. 18 March, 1573-4 (son of William Daviles, of Morland, Devon), baptized at Parkburn 29 Dec., 1551, and buried at Braunton 25 April, 1559. See Vivian's Devon Visitations.
Davison, Alexander arm. fil. nat. max. Christ Church, matric. 20 July, 1654, of Gray's Inn 1656 (as son and heir of Thomas, of Blakiston, co. Durham, esq.), one of these names rector of Ford, Northumberland, 1677. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.
Davison, Alexander s. Alexander, of Durham (city), gent. Lincoln Coll., matric. 7 April, 1714, aged 17; of the Middle Temple 1715, his father then of Winlaton, co. Durham, esq. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Davison, Andrew B.A. of Cambridge; incorp. 11 March, 1544-5, according to Wood, as master of arts 'beyond the seas,' of Christ Church 1547. See O.H.S., x.; & Fasti, i. 121. [20]
Davison, Henry s. Richard, of Billingham, co. Durham, pleb. Queen's Coll., matric. 14 Feb., 1622-3, aged 17; B.A. 22 June, 1626, B.Med. 2 Dec., 1630.
Davison, John of co. Lancaster, 'serviens.' Broad gates Hall, matric.-entry under date 20 Dec., 1577, aged 18.
Davison, Samuel s. Alexander, of Newcastle, arm. Corpus Christi Coll., matric. 22 April, 1631, aged 17; of Wingate Grange, co. Durham, bar.-atlaw, Gray's Inn, 1641. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Davison, Samuel born in co. Galway ('Hibernii de Gallovidia'), s. George, gent. Brasenose Coll., matric. 19 March, 1685-6, aged 19; of the Middle Temple 1685, his father described as of Brand, Salop. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Davison, Thomas s. Thomas, of Newcastle-uponTyne, merchant, admitted to St. John's Coll., Cambridge, 13 May, 1652, aged 18; B.A. 1655, incorp. as M.A. 14 July, 1663, one of these names vicar of Norton, co. Durham, 1664, and another vicar of Bamborough, Northumberland. See Fasti, ii. 268; & Mayor, 105. [25]
Davison, Thomas s. Joh., of Eaden Hall, Westmorland. Queen's Coll., matric. 23 April, 1700, aged 15.
Davison, William (Davyson) fellow of Merton Coll. 1503-7, M.A. 4 Feb., 1506-7. See O.H.S., iv. 246.
Dawbbes, Thomas of Northants, pleb. All Souls' Coll., matric. 12 Dec., 1595, aged 15.
Dawbry, Robert s. John, of Cambden, co. Gloucester, pleb. Pembroke Coll., matric. 8 April, 1693, aged 13; B.A. 1696, M.A. 1699, of Wolverhampton, clerk, father of Robert Daubrie, of Pembroke College 1732.
Daw(e), Edward p.p. St. John's Coll., matric. 12 March, 1669-70, aged 17, B.A. 1673; M.A. from Hart Hall 1676, rector of Martyr Worthy, Hants, 1699, and of Ashe, Surrey, 1703. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [30]
Daw(e), John B.A. (sup. 31 March) 1511, perhaps died rector of Borley, Essex, 1552. See Newcourt.
Dawe, Richard s. William, of Chelborough, Dorset, pleb. Oriel Coll., matric. 21 May, 1713, aged 18. See Hutchins' Dorset, ii. 654.
Dawe, Thomas s. Joh., of Egloskerry, Cornwall, pleb. Balliol Coll., matric. 15 May, 1711, aged 18; B.A. 25 Feb., 1714-15, vicar of Morval, Cornwall, 1718. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dawes, Alexander s. John, of London, gent. St. John's Coll., matric. 10 July, 1646, aged 15; admitted to Merchant Taylors' School in 1640, born 17 Aug., 1630, elected probationary fellow 1646 but never admitted. See Robinson, i. 148.
Dawes, Edmund s. E., of Sutton, Somerset, gent. Wadham Coll., matric. 6 April, 1688, aged 17; B.A. 1691. [35]
Dawes, Edward (Dawys or Dause) B.A. 16 Dec., 1564, M.A. (sup. 20 June) 1567, a singing man of Christ Church.
Dawes, Griffith s. Fra(ncis), of Pembroke (town), gent. University Coll., matric. 11 Nov., 1681, aged 18; of Gray's Inn 1684. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.
Dawes, John (Dawys) B.A. 5 Feb., 1531-2, perhaps rector of Heathfield, Somerset, 1534.
Dawes, Lancelot of Westmorland, pleb. Queen's Coll., matric. 14 Oct., 1597, aged 17; B.A. 30 June, 1602, M.A. 6 June, 1605, D.D. St. Andrew's, born at Barton Kirk, Westmorland, vicar 1608-53, canon of Carlisle, rector of Asby, Westmorland, 1618, died — Feb., 1653, buried under the communion table in the chancel of Barton Kirk, admon. to William, his brother, 11 March, 1653. See Ath., iii. 349; Add. MS., 15,671, p. 208; Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus; & D.N.B.
Dawes, Lancelot s. Lancelot, of Barton, Westmorland, s.t.d. Queen's Coll., matric. 17 Oct., 1634, aged 15; B.A. 26 June, 1638, M.A. 27 May, 1641, buried near his father 9 May, 1655. See Ath., iii. 350n. [40]
Dawes, Richard s. Samuel, of London, arm. Wadham Coll., matric. 20 March, 1702-3, aged 16; bar.-at-law, Inner Temple, 1710. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Dawes, Robert (Dauze) created B.A. 1 or 2 Nov., 1642.
Dawes, Thomas of Oxon, pleb., of Magdalen Hall in or before 1572, aged 18.
Dawes, Thomas B.A. from Queen's Coll., Cambridge, 1671, M.A. 1675 (incorp. 19 June, 1678), B.D. 1684, rector of Eaton Constantine, Salop, 1673, sinecure rector of Llanarmon in Yale, co. Denbigh, 1702, vicar of St. Mary's, Shrewsbury. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Dawes, Thomas s. Edm., of Cadbury, Somerset, gent. Wadham Coll., matric. 6 April, 1688, aged 16. [5]
Dawes, William (Daws) of Middlesex, gent. Magdalen Hall, matric.-entry under date 20 Dec., 1577, aged 18; B.A. 15 July, 1580, M.A. 7 May, 1583 (? scholar of Balliol in 1575).
Dawes, William B.A. from Wadham Coll. 10 Feb., 1614-15. See O.H.S., x. 278.
Dawes, William gent. Christ Church, matric. 29 Oct., 1651.
Dawes, William s. William, of Ludlow, Salop, gent. All Souls' Coll., matric. 5 Dec., 1672, aged 19. See Hearne, i. 233, 320.
Dawes, (Sir) William s. John, of Bocking, Essex, baronet. St. John's Coll., matric. 1 July, 1687, aged 15; admitted to Merchant Taylors' School 1680, born in Aug. or Sept., 1671; migrated to Catharine Hall., Cambridge, 1689, fellow & M.A. 1695, D.D. per Lit. Reg. 1696, master 1696, vicechancellor 1698, chaplain to William III. 1697, and to Queen Anne 1702, canon of Worcester 1698, dean of Bocking 1699, bishop of Chester 1708-14, archbishop of York 1714, died 30 April, 1724, buried in the chapel of St. Catharine Hall. See Rawlinson, i. 215b, xx. 172; Robinson, i. 303; Ath., iv. 714; & D.N.B. [10]
Dawkes, George (Dauckes) B.A. (from ? St. Mary Hall) 7 July, 1573, M.A. 31 Oct., 1576, sup. for B.C.L. 6 May, 1579.
Dawkes, Henry (Daukis or Daux) B.A. 3 March, 1538-9, fellow of All Souls' Coll. 1540, as 'Daalkes,' M.A. 28 May, 1543, rector of Pendock, co. Worcester, 1545. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dawkes, Robert (or Dawkys) B.A. 3 Nov., 1544, fellow of Merton Coll. 1547-61, M.A. (sup.) 1548-9, declined the oath of supremacy on Elizabeth's accession. See O.H.S., iv. 260.
Dawkes, Thomas s. Thomas, of Kidderminster, co. Worcester, pleb. St. Alban Hall, matric. 13 April, 1638, aged 18; B.A. 13 Nov., 1641, 'a very melancholy divine,' rector of St. Michael's, Queenhithe, ejected for nonconformity 1662. See Calamy, i. 167; & Add. MS., 15,670, pp. 217, 241.
Dawkin, Richard (Daukin) of co. Leicester, pleb. Corpus Christi Coll., matric. 22 Nov., 1616, aged 15. [15]
Dawkins, Evan of co. Glamorgan, gent. Jesus Coll., matric. 12 May, 1615, aged 19; B.A. 9 Dec., 1617.
Dawkins, James s. Rich., of the Island of Jamaica, arm. Magdalen Coll., matric. 28 March, 1713, aged 16. See Foster's Parliamentary Dictionary.
Dawkins, Polycarp(us) s. Polycarp(us), of London, gent. Magdalen Hall, matric. 20 June, 1634, aged 17; B.A. 15 Oct., 1636, as of Derby, doctor in physic, widower, aged about 50, he had licence 17 Sept., 1668, to marry Anne Harpur, of Twyford, co. Derby, widow, about 42; father of Edward Dakins 1677, p. 367. See Marriage Licences, ed. Foster.
Dawley, Henry arm. Wadham Coll., matric. 28 April, 1659. For one of these names see Foster's Parliamentary Dictionary & Marriage Licences, ed. Foster.
Dawley, Robert B.A. from Queen's Coll. 1607. See Dowlie. [20]
Dawley, Walter of co. Southampton, gent. New Coll., matric. 12 Oct., 1610, aged 19; of Ibesley, Hants, son of Anthony, justice of the peace in that county.
Dawnay, Darcy of Yorks, militis fil. Oriel Coll., matric. 29 Nov., 1594, aged 19; of Gray's Inn 1596 (as son of John, of Sessay, Yorks, knight), died s.p. in 1610. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Dawnay, Henry born at Cowick, s. Henry, Viscount Downe. Christ Church, matric. 22 May, 1711, aged 17; M.A. 1716, D.D. (by diploma) 17 Nov., 1732, of the Middle Temple 1709, vicar of Piddletown, 1723, and rector of Corscombe, Dorset, 1729-54, sinecure rector of Westbourne, Sussex, 1742, preb. of Canterbury, June, 1732, until his death, July, 1754. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. & Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dawnay, 'Hon.' John born at York, 1s. Henry, Viscount Downe. Christ Church, matric. 16 July, 1703, aged 16; created M.A. 9 July, 1706, M.P. Pontefract and Aldborough 1713, sat for both places, being petitioned against for Aldborough, M.P. Pontefract 1715, until unseated in March, 1716, died 31 July, 1740, buried at Snaith 9 Aug. See Foster's Yorkshire Collection.
Dawney, Paul of Yorks, eq. aur. fil. Hart Hall, matric.-entry under date 1568, aged 17; of Gray's Inn 1571, sometime of Staple Inn (son of Sir Thomas Dawnay, of Sessay and Cowick, Yorks, knight), made his will 4 April, 1610. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. [25]
Dawne, George (or Dawen) B.C.L. 8 Feb., 1506-7. See also Downe.
Dawnley, Robert secular chaplain; B.Gram. (sup. June) 1533, B.A. 20 July, 1533.
Dawson, Christopher B.A. 12 Oct., 1530, M.A. 28 June, 1533.
Dawson, Edward 'Mr. Case's scholar' 18 Oct., 1583; B.A. from Oriel Coll. 12 Feb., 1585-6.
Dawson, Edward of Essex, pleb. Gloucester Hall, matric. 8 Nov., 1594, aged 17. [30]
Dawson, Edward M.A. Cambridge, incorp. 11 July, 1620, from Lincoln Coll., admitted to practice 17 Dec., 1621, B. & D.Med. 21 June, 1633, an eminent physician, fellow College of Physicians 1634, died 16 Dec., 1635. See Munk, i. 218; & O.H.S., x. 281, 361.
Dawson, Francis B.A. from Lincoln Coll. 27 Oct., 1592; M.A. 8 July, 1595, rector of Binfield, Berks, 1597. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & O.H.S., xii. 172.
Dawson, Francis (Dauson) s. John, of Millom, Cumberland, pleb., p.p. Queen's Coll., matric. 21 Oct., 1664, aged 20; B.A. from St. Alban Hall 1666 (as Danson).
Dawson, George s. William, of Lotherton, Yorks, yeoman; admitted to St. John's Coll., Cambridge, 16 April, 1655, aged 18; B.A. 1658, M.A. 1662, incorp. 13 July, 1669, vicar of Sunninghill, Berks, 1664. See Mayor, 119; & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dawson, George s. Anth., of Johnby, Cumberland, p.p. Queen's Coll., matric. 28 Nov., 1697, aged 20; B.A. from St. John's Coll., Cambridge, 1700, M.A. 1704, incorp. 14 July, 1712, vicar of Ilkley, Yorks, 1703. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dawson, Hugh (Dauson) B.A. 5 May, 1575. [36]
Dawson, James of co. York, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 23 June, 1621, aged 14; B.A. from Lincoln Coll. 12 Feb., 1624-5, M.A. 16 June, 1627.
Dawson, John of co. Lancaster, pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric. 3 June, 1603, aged 19.
Dawson, John of London, gent. Christ Church, matric. 9 Dec., 1619, aged 16; a student from Westminster, B.A. 26 June, 1623, M.A. 25 May, 1626, B.D. 20 May, 1634, licenced to preach 10 March, 1635-6, perhaps rector of Fryern Barnet, Herts, 1647. See Alumni West., 88; & Add. MSS., 15,670-1.
Dawson, John of Oxon, pleb. Christ Church, matric. 27 Oct., 1620, aged 14, B.A. 11 May, 1624; M.A. from Brasenose Coll. 17 April, 1627, 'a most eminent preacher of his time,' vicar of Maidenhead, Berks, until his death Sept. 1641, buried in the church at Cookham. See Ath., iii. 16.
Dawson, John s. John, of Ockingham, Berks, gent. St. Alban Hall, matric. 4 May, 1627, aged 17; B.A. 26 Jan., 1629-30.
Dawson, John pleb. New Coll., matric. 26 Oct., 1638, aged 20.
Dawson, Joseph gent. University Coll., matric. 29 May, 1652, curate of Thornton Chapel, Yorks, ejected for nonconformity 1662, minister of Morley Chapel, near Leeds, 1688, died June, 1709, brought up 4 sons to the ministry, the youngest Eli had 7 sons, of whom 6 were dissenting ministers, but all left that profession, and 4 of them conformed. See Calamy, iii. 452. [5]
Dawson, Richard of Lincoln College 1585. See Pawsonn.
Dawson, Richard s. Richd., of London, gent. Lincoln Coll., matric. 5 May, 1679, aged 17; of the Middle Temple 1679, his father described as of Woodford, Essex. See Rawlinson, ii. 254, xx. 173; Foster's Inns of Court Reg.; & Marriage Licences, ed. Foster.
Dawson, Robert s. Roland, of Kendall, Westmorland, pleb. Queen's Coll., matric. 4 Nov., 1631, aged 16, M.A. 11 May, 1637 (one of these names B.A. from Christ's Coll., Cambridge, 1634).
Dawson, Robert arm. Exeter Coll., matric. 11 Dec., 1658.
Dawson, Thomas fellow St. John's Coll., Cambridge, B.A. 1696 (incorp. 11 May, 1699); M.A. 1700, D.D. 1714, vicar of New Windsor, Berks, 1703, and of Wexham, Bucks, 1708, etc. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. [10]
Dawson, William B.A. 13 Dec., 1570, M.A. 1 July, 1573; fellow Queen's Coll. 1575-7, inventory at Oxford dated 25 Oct., 1577.
Dawson, William of Cumberland, pleb. Queen's Coll., matric. 19 Feb., 1581-2, aged 22; B.A. 8 Dec., 1586.
Dawson, William s. John, of Cockermouth, Cumberland, pleb. Queen's Coll., matric. 18 March, 1641-2, aged 17.
Dawtrey, Francis (Dautrye) of Sussex, gent. Brasenose Coll., matric. May, 1594, aged 12; of Chilgrove, Sussex, son of John, serjt.-at-law, brother of William.
Dawtrey, Henry (Dawtrye) of Essex, gent. Oriel Coll., matric. 23 July, 1596, aged 17; bar.-at-law, Lincoln's Inn, 1607, as of Suffolk, gent., possibly knighted 27 Sept., 1630, and father of the next named. [15]
Dawtrey, Henry 1s. Henry, of More, Sussex, equitis. St. Alban Hall, matric. 25 May, 1637, aged 16; of Lincoln's Inn 1639. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Dawtrey, Thomas s. William, of Petworth, Sussex, arm. St. John's Coll., matric. 2 April, 1669, aged 16; of the Moor and also of Dodinghurst, Essex, buried 11 Oct., 1732, aged 80. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Dawtrey, William of Sussex, gent. Brasenose Coll., matric. 9 Feb., 1593-4, aged 14; brother of Francis.
Daxon, Edward pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric. 6 June, 1660; B.A. 1663, rector of Coddington, Cheshire, 1670, father of the next named. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Daxon, Edward s. Edw., of Chester (city), cler. Brasenose Coll., matric. 27 March, 1696, aged 16; B.A. 1699. [20]
Day, Andrew (Dey) B.A. (sup. 29 June) 1509.
Day, Francis s. Benjamin, of Mattersey, Notts, cler. University Coll., matric. 19 March, 1710-11, aged 17; B.A. 25 Feb., 1714-15, perhaps vicar of Topcliffe, Yorks, 1713, his father instituted to the vicarage of Mattersey 23 April, 1697. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Day, Gamaliel B.A. from Pembroke Coll., Cambridge, 1617; incorp. 11 July, 1626, perhaps rector of Hampstead Marshall, Berks, 1663. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Day, Geoffrey (Deye) chaplain; B.Can.L. 2 July, 1509.
Daye, George of Sussex, pleb. Merton Coll., matric. 16 Oct., 1584, aged 18; B.A. from St. Alban Hall 15 June, 1588, M.A. 18 May, 1591. [25]
Day, George pleb. Hart Hall, matric. 28 March, 1655; B.A. 13 Oct., 1657, M.A. 3 July, 1660, vicar of Wiveliscombe, Somerset, 1661, until ejected for nonconformity in 1662, pastor of a congregation at Radcliff, where he died 3 Dec., 1697. See Calamy, iii. 225; & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Day, Henry commoner Trinity Coll. in and before 1564, scholar 1565, B.A. 11 May, 1569, fellow 1569, M.A. 24 May, 1573.
Day, Henry s. Thomas, of Scoulton, Norfolk; admitted scholar of Gonville and Caius Coll., Cambridge, 9 Jan., 1667-8, aged 17; B.A. 1670, M.A. 1674, incorp. 21 June 1688, vicar of Hunstanton, Norfolk, 1674. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Venn, 266.
Daye, Hugh of Oxon, pleb. Magdalen Coll., matric.-entry under date 1571, aged 18; chorister 1569, demy 1572-77, B.A. 26 Nov., 1577. See Bloxam, i. 19.
Day, John demy Magdalen Coll. 1544-51, fellow 1551-86; M.A. 21 June, 1555, proctor 1559, B.C.L. 8 May, 1579, D.C.L. in July, 1579, after 15 years in law, vicar-general to Thomas Godwin, bishop of Bath and Wells, 1587. See Bloxam, iv. 102; & Fasti, i. 213. [30]
Daye, John of London, gent. St. Alban Hall, matric. 11 Oct., 1583, aged 17, B.A. 15 Feb., 1586-7; fellow Oriel Coll., 1588-1622, M.A. 30 Nov., 1591, licenced to preach 16 March, 1604-5, B.D. 27 June, 1611 (son of John, of London, printer), vicar of St. Mary, Oxford, 1608-22, rector of Little Thurlow, Suffolk, 1622, until his death in 1637, brother of Lionel, 1587. See Ath., ii. 412; Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus; & D.N.B.
Day, John of Dorset, 'cler. fil.' Broadgates Hall, matric. 19 Oct., 1621, aged 22; B.A. 14 Nov., 1621.
Day, John s. John, of Bristol (city), pleb. University Coll., matric. 18 June, 1630, aged 17; B.A. 26 Nov., 1634, created M.A. 1 Nov., 1642, ejected from his scholarship by the parliamentary visitors 1648. See Burrows.
Day, John pleb. Christ Church, matric. 10 May, 1631; B.A. 30 April, 1631.
Daye, John gent. Exeter Coll., matric. 26 March, 1659; B.A. 1662 (as Day), rector of St. Just, Cornwall, 1663. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [35]
Day, John s. George, of Frampton-upon-Severn, co. Gloucester, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 12 Nov., 1669, aged 17; B.A. 1673.
Day, John s. J., of Oxford (city), p.p. Balliol Coll., matric. 6 April, 1674, aged 15; B.A. 1677, M.A. 28 Feb., 1684-5, vicar of Aston Rowant, Oxon, 1702-23. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Daye, John s. Joh., of St. Columb, Cornwall, paup. Magdalen Hall, matric. 13 July, 1683, aged 18; B.A. 1687 (as Day), brother of Lewis, and father of the next named.
Day, John s. J., of St. Columb, Cornwall, cler. Queen's Coll., matric. 25 Feb., 1713-14, aged 18; B.A. 10 March, 1717-18, M.A. 1720, rector of St. Ervan, Cornwall, 1712. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Day, Joseph of London, pleb. Oriel Coll., matric. 4 Feb., 1591-2, aged 13.
Daye, Lewis s. J., of St. Colomb (Cornwall), pleb. Christ Church, matric. 20 July, 1677, aged 16; brother of John 1683.
Day, Lionel of London, gent. St. Alban Hall, matric. 8 Dec., 1587, aged 17; B.A. from Oriel Coll. 5 Feb., 1590-1, fellow Balliol Coll., M.A. 6 Feb., 1593-4, B.D. 1 June, 1608, licenced to preach 26 Oct., 1609, rector of Whichford, co. Warwick, 1608, died 1640, buried in chancel, brother of John 1583, and father of the next named. See Fasti, i. 326.
Day, Lionel s. Lionel, of Whichford, co. Warwick, gent. Christ Church, matric. 28 March, 1642, aged 16. [5]
Daye, Martin subscribed 14 July, 1602, incorp. as M.A. Cambridge 15 July, 1602, and re-incorporated as D.D. 14 July, 1618, rector of Bothal, Northumberland, 1602, chaplain in ordinary to the King, rector of St. Faith's, London, 1612, and of Stoke Climsland, Cornwall, 1623. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Fasti, i. 298.
Day, Ralph s. Thomas, of Carshalton, Surrey, gent. Christ Church, matric. 1 Sept., 1634, aged 18: B.A. 11 April, 1638, M.A. 22 May, 1641, admitted to practice medicine (2 Nov.) 1654. See Alumni West., 105.
Day, Richard s. R., of Oxford (city), gent. Queen's Coll., matric. 14 Dec., 1677, aged 16; B.A. from St. Mary Hall 1681, M.A. 1684, rector of Long Marston, or Marston Sicca, co. Gloucester, 1686, father of the next named. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Day, Richard s. R(ichard), of Long Marston, co. Gloucester, cler. Brasenose Coll., matric. 29 March, 1710, aged 17.
Day, Samuel s. William, of Maple Durham, Oxon, sacerd. Corpus Christi Coll., matric. 23 Nov., 1667, aged 15; B.A. 1671, M.A. 8 March, 1674-5, vicar of Moreton, Dorset, 1684, rector of Wootton Courtney, Somerset, 1687. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [10]
Day, Thomas (Dey) fellow of All Souls' Coll. 1518, B.C.L. 21 July, 1521, a canon of Osney (Christ Church) and the first canon of the 3rd prebendary of Christ Church 1547, precentor of Chichester Cathedral 1547, died Feb., 1567, buried in Christ Church Cathedral 22nd, inventory at Oxford 1 March, 1568. See Fasti, i. 59.
Day, Thomas s. Francis, of Tavistock, Devon, pleb. Exeter Coll., matric. 17 May, 1639, aged 18.
Day, Thomas s. Thomas, of Bristol, gent. Wadham Coll., matric. 20 March, 1672-3, aged 17; bar.-atlaw, Middle Temple, 1681, he or his father knighted 28 Nov., 1694, mayor of Bristol 1687 & 1694, M.P. 1695-1700. See Foster's Judges and Barristers & Parliamentary Dictionary.
Day, William (Dey) B.A. 31 March, 1522.
Day, William of Beds, pleb. Oriel Coll., matric. 4 Feb., 1591-2, aged 14. [15]
Day, William subscribed 1 July, 1613; B.A. from Brasenose Coll. 23 May, 1614.
Day, William of Berks, arm. Christ Church, matric. 9 June, 1615, aged 17.
Day, William s. 'Jeremiae,' of London, Middlesex, pleb. Queen's Coll., matric. 24 Oct., 1623, aged 18; B.A. from St. Mary Hall 30 June, 1624.
Day, William fellow of King's Coll., Cambridge, 1624, from Eton, B.A. 1629, M.A. 1632, incorp. 1635 (son of Matthew, of Windsor), vicar of Maple Durham, Oxon, 1637, father of Samuel. See Fasti, 479; & D.N.B.
Day, William s. Robert, of Abergay, co. Monmouth, pleb. Exeter Coll., matric. 17 April, 1635, aged 18. [20]
Daye, William s. Richard, of King's Langley, Herts, 'chirurgus,' subscribed 'licentiate in chirurgery;' privilegiatus 4 Dec., 1635, aged 38, 'to practice in chirurgery' 28 Nov., 1635.
Day, William s. Ralph, of Abington, Berks, pleb. Pembroke Coll., matric. 18 March, 1641-2, aged 18.
Day, William privilegiatus 10 Sept., 1651; subscribed 'Universitatis, Oxon, Pharmarcopola.'
Day, William s. William, of Northleigh, co. Gloucester, pleb. Queen's Coll., matric. 9 Dec., 1712, aged 16; B.A. 21 March, 1717-18, perhaps rector of Siddington St. Mary, and St. Peter, co. Gloucester, 1736. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dayes, John of Radnor, pleb. New Inn Hall, matric. 26 Feb., 1590-1, aged 25. [25]
Dayntithe, Charles of Notts, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric.-entry under date 20 Dec., 1577, aged 20, vicar of Kirk Ella, Yorks, 1592. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dayrell See also Darell, page 373.
Dayrell, Antony s. Peter, of Lillingston, Bucks. arm. Pembroke Coll., matric. 12 July, 1639, aged 18; B.A. 25 Feb., 1642-3, rector of Ellesborough, Bucks, 1648, died 30 Nov., 1676, father of Thomas 1680. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dayrell, Edmund s. John, of Stockston, Berks, gent. Pembroke Coll., matric. 22 Nov., 1639, aged 18, perhaps B.A. 6 June, 1640, as Thomas.
Dayrell, Edmund s. Paul, of Ashton, Northants, gent. St. Edmund Hall, matric. 21 May, 1669, aged 17. [30]
Dayrell, Edmund s. E(dmund), of Lamport, Bucks, gent. Magdalen Coll., matric. 21 March, 1683-4, aged 15; of the Inner Temple 1685. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Dayrell, Francis of Magdalen Hall in or before 1572 (2nd son of Paul, of Lillingston Dayrell, Bucks), of Lamport, Bucks, died 29 Jan., 1614, buried in Bittlesden Chapel, and ancestor of Dayrell, of Shudy Camps, but see Lipscombe's Bucks for another of the name, buried at Stowe 22 Oct., 1609; brother of William 1572, and of Walter 1579.
Dayrell, John born in Northants, 1s. Abel, of Lamport, Bucks, arm. Magdalen Hall, matric. 3 July, 1635, aged 20; B.A. 9 July, 1635, died unmarried.
Dayrell, Paul 1s. Walter, of Abingdon, Berks, arm. St. John's Coll., matric. 22 Oct., 1624, aged 18; of Gray's Inn 1616, died in 1698, brother of Thomas same date, and of Walter 1628. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.
Dayrell, Peter s. Richard, of London, arm. Balliol Coll., matric. 11 July, 1702, aged 17; of the Middle Temple 1703 (his father then deceased), as of Lillingston Lovell, Bucks, he died 17 June, 1725, brother of Thomas 1706. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. [35]
Dayrell, Thomas of Bucks, gent. Merton Coll., matric. 17 June, 1597, aged 15; (son of Sir Thomas) of Lillingston Dayrell, Bucks, sheriff 1627, died 11 May, 1628. See Lipscombe's Bucks, iii. 32.
Dayrell, Thomas 2s. Walter, of Abingdon, Berks, arm. Jesus Coll., matric. 19 Nov., 1624, aged 15; fellow All Souls' Coll. 1628, B.A. 18 July, 1628, & M.A. 24 April, 1632, as junior, ejected by the parliamentary visitors 1648, of Gray's Inn 1616, rector of Easington, Oxon, ordered, 11 May, 1647, to be sequestered because he 'has resided at Oxford since it was a garrison for the king,' died 20 Feb., 1654-5, brother of Paul same date and of Walter 1628. See also Thomas Darell, p. 373. See Gutch, i. 296, 303; Burrows; & Add. MS., 15,671, p. 18.
Dayrell, Thomas s. Anthony, of Lillingstone Dayrell, Bucks, cler. Balliol Coll., matric. 30 March, 1680, aged 16; of the Middle Temple 1662, died unmarried, buried at Lillingstone Dayrell, 10 Aug., 1685. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Dayrell, Thomas s. Richard, of Lillingstone Darell, Bucks, gent. Christ Church, matric. 30 April, 1706, aged 15; B.A. 1709, M.A. 1712, rector of Lillingstone Dayrell 1715, until his death 1729, buried 24 Feb. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dayrell, Walter of Bucks, arm. St. Mary Hall, matric.-entry under date 27 March, 1579, aged 15; bar.-at-law, Gray's Inn, 1598, and sometime of Staple Inn (4s. Paul, of Lillingstone Dayrell, Bucks), autumn reader and bencher 1616, recorder of Abingdon, died 29 June, 1628, aged 62, buried in St. Nicholas Abingdon, father of Paul, of Thomas 1624, and of the next named, brother also of Francis and of William 1572. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Dayrell, Walter s. Walter, of Abingdon, Berks, arm. Jesus Coll., matric. 25 Jan., 1627-8, aged 17; student of Christ Church 1631, B.A. 17 Oct., 1631, M.A. 11 June, 1634, to be created B.D. when he shall please, by order 1 Feb., 1647-8, D.D. 9 Nov., 1660, ejected by the parliamentary visitors 1649, restored 1660, rector of Crawley, Hants, 1662, canon of Winchester 1662, and archdeacon 1666, until his death 29 March, 1684, aged 74. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus; Fasti, ii. 242; & Burrows.
Dayrell, William of Magdalen Hall 1572; B.A. 29 March, 1576, fellow of Magdalen Coll. 1576 (3rd son of Paul), inventory at Oxford dated 20 Sept., 1577, brother of Francis 1572, and of Walter 1579. [5]
Deacon, Baldwin pleb. Wadham Coll., matric. 24 June, 1653, rector of Beer Crocombe, Somerset, 1658-61, vicar of Wimbourne Minster, Dorset, until ejected for nonconformity 1662, preached at Bramfield, Somerset. See Calamy, ii. 175.
Deacon, Francis of Isle of Wight, gent. Queen's Coll., matric. 29 Oct., 1700, aged 16; B.A. 1704, M.A. 1707, rector of Binstead, Isle of Wight, circa 1707, and of Wotton, Isle of Wight, 1719. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Deacon, Jeremy of co. Hereford, pleb. Trinity Coll., matric. 15 Oct., 1619, aged 17; (called Jeremiah in Mat. Reg.) B.A. 26 Jan., 1621-2, M.A. 6 April, 1625, licenced, 30 Dec., 1626, to marry Sibill, daughter of Peter Fyge, of Winslow, Bucks, gent.; rector of Epperstone, Notts, 1634. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Marriage Licences, ed. Foster.
Deacon, John s. J., of Burford, Oxon, pleb. Exeter Coll., matric. 23 June, 1687, aged 15; B.A. from Hart Hall 1691, rector of Great Chalfield, Wilts, 1693. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Deacon, Samuel of Salop, 'cler. fil.' St. Edmund Hall, matric. 25 Jan., 1604-5, aged 19; B.A. 14 Oct., 1608, M.A. 27 May, 1611, vicar of Stauntonupon-Hineheath, Salop, 1620, sequestered to rectory of Taplow, Bucks, 1645, relinquished it in 1646, rector of Nettlested, Kent, 1647, until ejected for nonconformity 1662. See Calamy, ii. 334; Add. MS., 15,669; & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [10]
Deacon, Thomas (Decon) B.A. 4 Feb., 1514-15.
Deacon, Thomas s. Thomas, of Hamstead, Herts, pleb. Trinity Coll., matric. 23 Nov., 1627, aged 18; B.A. 6 Dec., 1630.
Deaken, Benjamin s. Dan., of Leicester (town), pleb. Lincoln Coll., matric. 14 April, 1664, aged 16; B.A. from New Inn Hall 1668, rector of Helpringham, co. Lincoln, 1672. See Foster's Index.
Deakin, Nicholas of co. Stafford, pleb. Gloucester Hall, matric. 11 Oct., 1583, aged 15.
Deale, Robert fellow of New Coll. 1562-72, from Newbury, Berks, B.C.L. 24 Nov., 1570. See Gutch, ii. 156. [15]
Deane See also Dene.
Deane, Anthony of co. Gloucester, 'paup. schol.' Broadgates Hall, matric. 18 June, 1610, aged 14; son of Edward, of Pinnock, co. Gloucester.
Deane, Charles of co. Gloucester, pleb. Merton Coll., matric. 28 Feb., 1616-17, aged 17; B.A. 27 Jan., 1620-1, M.A. 27 June, 1623, vicar of Waltham St. Laurence, Berks, 1626, rector of Avening, co. Gloucester, 1628, until sequestered in 1646. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Add. MS., 15,670, p. 89.
Deane, Edmund of co. York, pleb. Merton Coll., matric. 26 March, 1591, aged 19, B.A. 11 Dec., 1594; sup. for M.A. from St. Alban Hall 1 June, 1597, licenced to practice medicine 28 Nov., 1601, B. & D.Med. 28 June, 1608, incorp. at Cambridge 1614 (son of Gilbert, of Saltonstall, Yorks), practiced physic at York, brother of Richard 1589. See Ath., ii. 600.
Deane, Edward s. Ed., of Hatchbury, Wilts, p.p. Wadham Coll., matric. 16 July, 1691, aged 15. [20]
Deane, Freeman s. Charles, of Hinton Martell, Dorset, pleb. New Inn Hall, matric. 10 Nov., 1665, aged 16.
Deane, George pleb. Lincoln Coll., matric. 19 July, 1659.
Deane, George s. George, of South Molton, Devon, gent. Wadham Coll., matric. 19 Nov., 1702, aged 17; B.A. 1706, bar.-at-law, Middle Temple, 1708 (? M.P. Tiverton Jan., 1726-July, 1727, as of Taunton Castle, Bishop's Hull, Somerset). See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Deane, Henry bishop of Bangor 1496, of Salisbury 1500, archbishop of Canterbury 1501, died at Lambeth 15 or 16 Feb., 1502. See Ath. Ox., ii. 690.
Deane, Henry gent., 'scholaris.' New Coll., matric. 2 Oct., 1652; fellow 1654 (by the parliamentary visitors), B.C.L. 12 Oct., 1659, D.C.L. 27 June, 1665, chancellor of the diocese of Wells, where he died in Dec., 1672. See Fasti, ii. 283; & Burrows. [25]
Deane, Henry s. Peter, of Rotherston, co. Chester, pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric. 20 March, 1683-4.
Deane, Henry s. John, of Tidcombe, Berks, gent. Magdalen Hall, matric. 9 July, 1689, aged 18; demy Magdalen Coll. 1690-5, B.A. 1693, M.A. (by decree) 11 May, 1709, went out as a preacher to the Indies on the death of his father. See Bloxam, vi. 119.
Deane, James s. William, of Waddesdon, Bucks, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 2 July, 1624, aged 16; (called William in Mat. Reg.).
Deane, James s. William, of Leicester (town), gent. Brasenose Coll., matric. 15 April, 1670, aged 18; B.A. 20 Jan., 1673-4, rector of Hallaton (south medietey), co. Leicester, 1677. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Deane, James s. John, of Lamborne, Berks, gent. Lincoln Coll., matric. 5 May, 1673, aged 20.
Deane, John (Deene) B.Can.L. 20 Jan., 1505-6, perhaps beneficed in Wilts and Somerset. [31]
Deane, John of Essex, arm. Brasenose Coll., matric. 24 Oct., 1595, aged 12, 'fil. et her.,' dispensed towards B.A. 8 Nov., 1600; of Lincoln's Inn 1600, perhaps identical with Sir John Deane, of Great Maplestead, Essex (son of William), who was knighted 11 May, 1603, and M.P. Essex 1621-2, died 17 Feb., 1625. See Foster's Parliamentary Dictionary & Inns of Court Reg.
Deane, John of Berks, gent. New Coll., matric. 17 Nov., 1615, aged 19; B.C.L., 18 Jan., 1622-3, and fellow, died in 1626. See Gutch, i, 213.
Deane, John s. Thomas, of Chalgrave, Oxon, gent. Oriel Coll., matric. 2 April, 1641, aged 15.
Deane, John of Mattingley, Hants, gent. St. John's Coll., matric. 4 March, 1670-1, aged 16; of the Inner Temple 1673, son of another John who died in 1675. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Deane, John s. J., of Bristol, paup. Balliol Coll., matric. 29 Oct., 1691, aged 16; B.A. 1695, M.A. 1698, vicar of Tibberton 1700, and of Kempsey, co. Worcester, 1707. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Deane, John s. John, of Titcombe, Wilts, gent. Magdalen Coll., matric. 24 Nov., 1709, aged 17; B.A. 1713, demy 1709, until his death 28 May, 1714. See Bloxam, vi. 181.
Deane, John s. Rob., of Reading, Berks, gent. Balliol Coll., matric. 23 Feb., 1711-12, aged 17.
Deane, Kenelm (Dene, Deene) B.A. (sup. 9 Feb.) 1518-19; fellow of Corpus Christi Coll. 1519, from Gloucestershire, M.A. 10 Feb., 1522-3. [5]
Deane, Morgan s. William, of St. Clement, London, arm. Jesus Coll., matric. 3 June, 1709, aged 17.
Deane, Nicholas of Cumberland, pleb. Queen's Coll., matric. 8 May, 1618, aged 17; B.A. 6 July, 1620, rector of Nether Denton, Cumberland, 1633. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Deane, Ralph s. Thomas, of Risborough, Bucks, pleb. Magdalen Coll., matric. 9 July, 1641, aged 14; demy 1642-8, created B.A. 2 Nov., 1647, expelled by the parliamentary visitors 7 July, 1648 (Bloxam calls him Dean or Adean), father of Thomas 1675. See Bloxam, v. 175; & Burrows.
Deane, Richard of Queen's Coll. 1564, B.A. 10 Dec., 1567, perhaps rector of Woolwich, Kent, 1569. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Deane, Richard of Yorks, pleb. Merton Coll., matric.—March, 1588-9, aged 18; B.A. from St. Alban Hall 25 Oct., 1592, M.A. 30 June, 1595 (son of Gilbert, of Saltonstall, Yorks), dean of Kilkenny, bishop of Ossory 1610, until his death 20 Feb., 1612-13, brother of Edmund 1591. See Ath., ii. 851; & Cotton's Fasti Eccl. Hib., ii. 278. [10]
Deane, Richard s. Richard, of Newhurst, Hants, pleb. Queen's Coll., matric. 10 April, 1635, aged 16; B.A. 17 Dec., 1638, M.A. 8 July, 1641, rector of North Waltham, Hants, 1649 (see Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus), one of these names sequestered to the vicarage of Kings Cleare, Hants, 1646. See Add. MS., 15,670, p. 186.
Deane, Richard s. William, of Sherborne, Hants, p.p. Queen's Coll., matric. 13 July, 1666, aged 17; B.A. 1670, M.A. 1672, rector of Bradenham, Bucks, 1673, vicar of Climping and rector of Ford, Sussex, 1679, and of Steventon, Hants, 1695, father of William 1708. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Deane, Robert B.A. (sup. 10 April) 1548, chaplain of Magdalen Coll. 1552. See Bloxam, ii. 127.
Deane, Robert of Yorks, pleb. University Coll., matric. 3 June, 1586, aged 16.
Deane, Samuel s. Joh., of Chard, Somerset, pleb. (subs. 'gent.'). Balliol Coll., matric. 16 March, 1705-6, aged 18; B.A. from Oriel Coll. 1709. See Rawlinson, xvii. 16. [15]
Deane, Thomas of Devon, gent. Exeter Coll., matric.-entry under date 3 Dec., 1575, aged 21; rector of Milton Damerel, Devon, 1578. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Deane, Thomas of Middlesex, gent. Balliol Coll., matric. 7 Nov., 1606, aged 15; B.A. 26 April, 1610, of Gray's Inn 1610, as son of John, of London, gent. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Deane, Thomas 'pauperis.' Brasenose Coll., matric. 20 Feb., 1648-9; B.A. 4 July, 1651, fellow 1648 (by the parliamentary visitors), died in 1653. See Burrows.
Deane, Thomas s. Ed(ward), of Malden, Kent, p.p. University Coll., matric. 19 Oct., 1669, aged 18; servitor, B.A. 1673, M.A. 1676, fellow 1684-8, turned papist, stood in the pillory at Charing Cross 18 Dec., 1691, under the name of Thomas Franks, a reputed Jesuist, and imprisoned in the Fleet for debt at the latter part of his life, but died at Malden 10 Nov., 1735. See Ath., iv. 450; & D.N.B.
Deane, Thomas s. Ralph, of Wingrave, Bucks, arm. Trinity Coll., matric. 20 March, 1674-5, aged 15. [20]
Deane, Thomas s. Joh., of Abingdon, Berks, gent. Hart Hall, matric. 13 July, 1714, aged 17; B.A. 1718, M.A. 16 Jan., 1720-1, rector of Witchampton, Dorset, 1727. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Deane, William subscribed 28 Nov., 1623, B.A. from Magdalen Coll. 1 Feb., 1626-7; M.A. from Magdalen Hall 13 June, 1629.
Deane, William s. William, of Nethercott, Oxon, arm. Magdalen Hall, matric. 17 June, 1636, aged 16; created M.A. 1 Nov., 1642, of the Inner Temple 1638, and died in 1644. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Deane, William pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric. 26 July, 1651; B.A. 13 Feb., 1654-5, M.A. 24 Oct., 1657.
Deane, William 'ser.' Brasenose Coll., matric. 3 May, 1659, B.A. 1662, M.A. from Gloucester Hall 1665. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Deane, William s. William, of Leicester (town), gent. Brasenose Coll., matric. 10 March, 1680-1, aged 17; B.A. 1684, M.A. 1687. [26]
Deane, William s. Joh., of Sherbourn, Hants, pleb. Balliol Coll., matric. 19 July, 1707, aged 17, B.A. 1711, M.A. 1714; incorp. at Cambridge 1720, and D.D. from St. John's Coll., Cambridge, 1720. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Deane, William s. Ric., of Steventon, Hants, cler. Queen's Coll., matric. 15 Nov., 1708, aged 17; B.A. 1712, M.A. 1715. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dearden, John gent. of Brasenose Coll., matric. 13 July, 1660.
Dearden, Michaell s. John, of Sowerby, Yorks, gent. Brasenose Coll., matric. 10 May, 1661, aged 17. [30]
Deare, Edward s. John, of Wishford, Wilts, pleb. Exeter Coll., matric. 13 Dec., 1622, aged 19; B.A. 17 Feb., 1625-6, as Deere.
Deare, Francis of St. Edmund Hall 1661. See Dare.
Deare, Ralph of Hants, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 14 June, 1582, aged 19; B.A. 11 Feb., 1584-5.
Dearelove, Thomas s. John, of Knaresborough, Yorks, pleb. St. Mary Hall, matric. 13 Dec., 1633, aged 17.
Deaves, John of co. Worcester, pleb. Balliol Coll., matric. 16 June, 1610, aged 16; B.A. 19 July (or Oct.), 1612, M.A. 13 May, 1617, rector of Michaelstowe, Cornwall, 1639. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [35]
Debancke, Edward (Deabancke) of Oxon, 'cler. fil.' Balliol Coll., matric. 5 July, 1594, aged 16. See Robert 1585.
Debancke, Hugh of co. Leicester, 'cler. fil.' Lincoln Coll., matric. 29 Oct., 1591, aged 18; B.A. 26 Feb., 1594-5. See O.H.S., xii. 188.
Debancke, John (Deabancke) of co. Leicester, pleb. Lincoln Coll., matric. 23 April, 1585, aged 20; B.A. from Merton Coll. 15 July, 1590, rector of Bradwell-juxta-Mare 1564, until his death in 1602. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus; for three licences to marry see Marriage Licences, ed. Foster, p. 392.
Debancke, Nathaniel s. William, of Locksley, co. Warwick, sacerd. Lincoln Coll., matric. 12 Dec., 1634, aged 16; B.A. 10 July, 1638, M.A. 3 July, 1641, incorp. at Cambridge 1645.
De Banck, Nathaniel s. Nath., of Martock, Somerset, pleb. Christ Church, matric. 21 Oct., 1664, aged 16.
Debancke, Robert (Debanke) of Oxon, 'cler. fil.' Exeter Coll., matric. 26 Feb., 1584-5, aged 16; B.A. from Lincoln Coll. 19 Feb., 1595-6, rector of Willoughby Waterless, co. Leicester, 1601, died vicar of Minster Lovell, Oxon, in 1611. See Edward 1594; & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Debancke, William (Deabancke) of co. Leicester, pleb. Merton Coll., matric. 23 July, 1596, aged 15; (called Daybanke in Mat. Reg.) B.A. 14 Feb., 1609-10, father of Nathaniel 1634.
Debat, Daniel s. James, of London, pleb. Gloucester Hall, matric. 20 March, 1702-3, aged 15; B.A. 1706, M.A. 1710, rector of Holdenby, Northants, 1730-9, preb. of Heredum-Marney in Collegiate Church of Endellion, Cornwall, 1738, rector of Reppingale, co. Lincoln, 1738. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Decreete, Henry B.A. from Jesus Coll. 27 June, 1649, scholar 1649 by the parliamentary visitors. See Burrows, 177. [5]
Dedicott, John s. Thomas, of Ribbinhorne, co. Worcester, pleb. Trinity Coll., matric. 4 March, 1641-2, aged 17; B.A. 3 Dec., 1645, M.A. 11 June, 1649, rector of Abberley, co. Worcester, 1651. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dedicott, William (Dedycote) fellow of All Souls' Coll. 1527, B.C.L. 3 April, 1530, B.Can.L. 17 Feb., 1532-3, Benedictine and last prior of Cranbourn in Dorset, then a cell to Tewkesbury (Fasti, i. 84), perhaps vicar of Bromsgrove with chapel ('sacell') of Norton, co. Worcester, 1536. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dedicott, William (Dudicott) of co. Worcester, pleb. St. Edmund Hall, matric. 30 April, 1602, aged 17; B.A. from Jesus Coll. 21 Oct., 1605; M.A. from Queen's Coll. 22 June, 1608, vicar of Alderminster, co. Worcester, 1631. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dedington, Thomas student of Christ Church 1573, B.A. 26 Jan., 1579-80, M.A. 15 Feb., 1582-3, 'bedell of divinity,' dead before 30 June, 1597. See O.H.S., x. 254, etc.
Dee, Arthur alchemist (s. John); physician to the Emperor of Russia. See Ath., iii. 285; Lancashire and Cheshire Antiq. Mag. (local gleanings), 1879, i. 213-17; & D.N.B. [10]
Dee, David of St. Mary Hall, B.A. 19 Nov., 1568, M.A. 12 July, 1572, vicar of Sherborne, Dorset, 1580, preb. or canon of St. Paul's in 1598, resigned same year, rector of St. Bartholomew-the-Great, London, 1587, until deprived in 1605; of St. Antholin, and licenced 8 Feb., 1577-8, to marry 'Marciam' Roper, spinster; father of Francis. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus; Fasti, i. 300; & Marriage Licences, ed. Foster.
Dee, Duncan s. Rowland, of London, gent. St. John's Coll., matric. 27 June, 1673, aged 15; admitted to Merchant Taylors' School 1672, born 3 Nov., 1657, bar.-at-law, Inner Temple, 1682, common serjeant of the city of London & the defender of Dr. Sacheverell, died 1720, buried at St. Mary Aldermary. See Robinson, i. 277; Foster's Judges and Barristers; & D.N.B.
Dee, Francis of London, fellow St. John's Coll., Cambridge, 1596, (incorp. as M.A. 12 July, 1603), B.D. 1610, D.D. 1617 (son David Dee 1568, of Shropshire, cler.), rector of Trinity-the-Less, London, 1606, and of All Hallow's, Lombard Street, 1615, chancellor of Salisbury 1619, vicar of Sutton, Kent, 1621, dean of Chichester 1630, rector of Castor, Northants, 1634, and bishop of Peterborough 1634, until his death 9 Oct., 1638. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus; Robinson, i. 33; Fasti, i. 300; & D.N.B.
Dee, Thomas Augustinian canon, B.Can.L. (sup. 11 July) 1523.
Deeble, John (Debell or Debyll) chaplain; B.C.L. 15 Feb., 1511-12. [15]
Deeble, John (Debyll) of Cornwall, gent. Broadgates Hall, matric. 2 March, 1592-3, aged 18.
Deeble, John of Devon, gent. University Coll., matric. 23 Oct., 1618, aged 17; B.A. from Broadgates Hall 1 March, 1621-2, rector of Maker, Cornwall, 1631. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Deeble, Nicholas B.A. from University Coll. 15 March, 1603-4, M.A. 31 Oct., 1606, perhaps vicar of Maker 1602, and rector of Calstock, Cornwall, 1610. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Deeble, Nicholas s. Nicholas, of Calstock, Cornwall, sacerd. Gloucester Hall, matric. 6 Dec., 1639, aged 19; B.A. 14 March, 1643-4, rector of Calstock 1645. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Deeble, Samuel s. Joh., of Sheviock, Cornwall, pleb. Exeter Coll., matric. 15 Dec., 1711, aged 18; B.A. 1715, vicar of Antony, Cornwall, 1726, and rector of Sheviocke 1743. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [20]
Deedes, William s. Julius, of Ashford, Kent, gent. Lincoln Coll., matric. 28 March, 1679, aged 18, B.A. 1682; M.A. from Hart Hall 1685, B. Med. 1688, D. Med. 1691, entered Merchant Taylors' School 1675, born 28 Aug., 1660. See Robinson, i. 288.
Deeke, Bartholomew s. Jeffrey, of Langley, Wilts pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 30 March, 1683, aged 18; B.A. 1686.
Deeley, Henry (Dely) B.C.L., fellow of New Coll. 1510-30, from Sowthby, Oxon, B.Can.L. 8 July, 1527.
Deeley, John (Deely) 'ser.' St. John's Coll., matric. 20 Nov., 1657.
Deeley, Samuel s. William, of Launton, Oxon, p.p. Magdalen Coll., matric. 21 June, 1667, aged 17; chorister 1661-71, B.A. 1 Feb., 1670-1. See Bloxam, i. 86. [25]
Deely, William s. John, of Bicester, Oxon, p.p. Merton Coll., matric. 11 Nov., 1670, aged 16.
Deere, Edward (Deare) of co. Glamorgan, pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric. 31 Jan., 1588-9, aged 19; called Dering in Mat. Reg.
Deere, John s. Rein(old), of Wenvoe, co. Glamorgan, gent. Jesus Coll., matric. 23 March, 1692-3, aged 17; B.A. 1696.
Deere, Richard s. Edw., of Llanblethian, co. Glamorgan, paup. Jesus Coll., matric. 30 May, 1682, aged 18; B.A. 13 Feb., 1685-6, rector of St. George-super-Ely, co. Glamorgan, 1690, and of Peterstone-super-Ely 1695. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Deere, Thomas (Deare) s. Edward, of Llanblethian, co. Glamorgan, pleb. Jesus Coll., matric. 18 Aug., 1634, aged 18; B.A. from All Souls' Coll. 15 June, 1637, rector of Llanilid alias St. Juliet, co. Glamorgan, 1660. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [30]
Deere, William s. Edward, of Llangunian (parish of Llanblethian), co. Glamorgan, pleb. Jesus Coll., matric. 25 Jan., 1627-8, aged 17; bar.-at-law, Gray's Inn, 1636. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Deer, William s. John, of Hilton, co. Glamorgan, p.p. All Souls' Coll., matric. 13 May, 1703, aged 18; B.A. 10 March, 1706-7, vicar of Llanfrynach alias Penlyne, co. Glamorgan, 1711, rector of St. Bride's Minor-super-Ogmoor, 1723, and of Llangan, co. Glamorgan, 1725. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Deering See Dering.
Deffray, John M.A. Saumur, incorp. 21 June, 1689, rector of Old Romney, Kent, 1690. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Degge, Simon 1s. Simon, of Derby (town), equitis. Brasenose Coll., matric. 21 June, 1672, aged 17; of the Inner Temple 1670, his father knighted at Whitehall 2 March, 1669, probably father of the next named. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. [35]
Degge, William s. Simon, of Broadwater, co. Worcester, arm. Trinity Coll., matric. 4 July, 1691, aged 16; of the Inner Temple 1691. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Deicrowe, Valentine of London, gent. St. John's Coll., matric. 15 Nov., 1616, aged 17; B.A. 19 Oct., 1619.
Deighton, William s. John, of Leigh, Wilts, pleb. Queen's Coll., matric. 5 April, 1682, aged 16; B.A. 1686, rector of Edgeworth, co. Gloucester, 1703, and of Eastington 1706. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Delabere, John (or Delapere) B.A. 12 Dec., 1561, student of Christ Church 1561, M.A. 17 Jan., 1564-5, B.Med. 10 July, 1570, D.Med. Basle University, incorp. 12 Nov., 1577, principal of Gloucester Hall 1581-93. See Fasti, i. 208; & O.H.S., x. 374.
Delabere, John arm. fil. nat. max. Brasenose Coll., matric. 19 July, 1659, of the Middle Temple 1661 (as eldest son of Kinard, of Southam, co. Gloucester), father of the next named. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. [5]
Delabere, John s. J(ohn), of Southam, co. Gloucester, arm. Trinity Coll., matric. 8 April, 1682, aged 18; of the Middle Temple 1683, died at Hamburg in 1690. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Delabere, Richard (Deliber) of co. Gloucester, gent. St. Mary Hall, matric.-entry under date 1575, aged 16; bar.-at-law, Lincoln's Inn, 1589, bencher 1603 (probably son of Kinard Delabere, and was living at the Heralds' Visitation of Gloucestershire in 1623), M.P. Cricklade 1586-7, Cardigan 1601, and in April, 1604. See Foster's Judges and Barristers & Parliamentary Dictionary.
Delacourt, Anthony s. A(nthony), of Tilshead, Wilts, p.p. Balliol Coll., matric. 2 March, 1676-7, aged 20; vicar of Chitterne All Saints, Wilts, 1676, his father instituted vicar of Tilshead, Wilts, 1663. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Delacre, Edward; M.A. Cambridge incorp. 9 July, 1611, rector of Houghton, Hunts, 1617. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Delafaye, Charles s. Lewis, of London, Middlesex, gent. All Souls' Coll., matric. 23 April, 1692, aged 14; B.A. 1696. [10]
De-la-Fontan, Peter s. P., of France, gent. University Coll., matric. 25 May, 1699, aged 16.
Delahay, Cicill s. John, of Alterennis, co. Hereford, arm. Brasenose Coll., matric. 9 Dec., 1631, aged 17, of the Inner Temple 1632. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Delahay, John s. Thos., of Peterchurch, co. Hereford, gent. Balliol Coll., matric. 22 March, 1682-3, aged 17; rector of Great Greenford, Middlesex, 1689. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Delahay, Paul s. Th(omas), of Peterchurch, co. Hereford, gent. Brasenose Coll., matric. 6 April, 1677, aged 16; of the Middle Temple 1678. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Delahay, Robert s. R. of Pilkington, co. Lancaster, pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric. 27 March, 1685, aged 17. [15]
Delahyde, David fellow Merton Coll. 1549, until the accession of Elizabeth, when he declined the oath of supremacy, he then returned to Ireland. See Ath., i. 456; & O.H.S., iv. 261.
Delahyde, Peter secular chaplain; B.A. from Brasenose Coll. Dec., 1527, administration at Oxford granted 9 July, 1528, as Dalahyde.
Delamare, John Peter s. William, of Caen, gent. Merton Coll., matric. 1 Dec., 1665, aged 15.
Delamott, Matthew of co. Southampton, pleb. New Coll., matric. 8 Dec., 1620, aged 15. See next entry.
Delamott, Matthew B.A. from New Coll. 8 May, 1633. [20]
Delamotte, Matthew s. Matth., of Southampton (town), pleb. Magdalen Coll., matric. 13 March, 1667-8, aged 15; demy 1668-72, B.A. 1671, fellow 1672-81, M.A. 1674, pro-proctor 1680, died in Paris 7 Sept., 1681. See Bloxam, v. 284.
Delamott, Philip subscribed 21 Oct., 1614, rector of Beesby, co. Lincoln, 1628, vicar of Billesby 1633. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
De L'angle, John Maximilian s. Samuel, of Roen, Normandy, doctoris. Christ Church, matric. 21 Oct., 1684, aged 18; B.A. 6 March, 1693-4, M.A. 5 July, 1694, canon of Canterbury 1678, until his death 11 Nov. 1724, perhaps vicar of Newbottle, Northants, 1711-20. See Foster's Index.
De L'angle, Samuel created D.D. 12 Feb., 1682-3, prebend of Westminster 1683 until his death in 1693, buried in St. Margaret's, Westminster, father of the last named.
De L'angle, Theophilus s. Th., of Newnham, Kent, gent. Christ Church, matric. 10 Oct., 1712, aged 17; B.A. 1716, M.A. 1719, vicar of Tenterden, Kent, 1723. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Delaplace, John s. J., of Jersey, cler. Pembroke Coll., matric. 26 May, 1682, aged 18; B.A. 4 March, 1686-7. [26]
Delaplace, Philip s. Jos., of Jersey, cler. Pembroke Coll., matric. 11 April, 1685, aged 17; B.A. 7 March, 1688-9, rector of St. Lawrence Jewry 1693, and of Dittisham, Devon, 1704. See Foster's Index.
Delaune, Abraham B.A. from Emanuel Coll., Cambridge, 1614; incorp. as M.A. 13 July, 1619.
Delaune, William s. Benjamin, of London, gent. St. John's Coll., matric. 2 July, 1675, aged 16; B.A. 1679, M.A. 1683, B.D. 1688, D.D. 1697 (incorp. at Cambridge 1714), president 1697-1728, vicechancellor 1702-5, Margaret professor of Divinity 1715-28, canon of Winchester 1701, rector of Chilbolton, Hants, 1689, and of Handborough, Oxon, 1699, entered Merchant Taylors' School 1672, born 14 April, 1659, died 23 May, 1728, buried in the chapel of his college. See Rawlinson, i. 165; Robinson i. 277; Gutch, i. 562; & D.N.B.
Delavale, Arthur of Northumberland, arm. University Coll., matric. 17 Oct., 1600, aged 12; of the Inner Temple 1607, as of Seaton Delaval, N.B., gent., brother of Claudius and Francis here named, all sons of Sir Robert. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. [30]
Delavale, Claudius of Northumberland, gent. University Coll., matric. 26 Oct., 1599, aged 16; B.A. 8 June, 1603 (as Claude), of the Inner Temple 1605, as of Seaton Delavall, N.B.), brother of Arthur and Francis. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Delavale, Francis of Northumberland, gent. University Coll., matric. 26 Oct., 1599, aged 15; of the Middle Temple 1602 (as 3rd son of Robert, of Seaton Delavall, N.B., etc.), brother of Arthur and Claudius. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Delavall, (Sir) Ralph s. Robert, of Seaton, Northumberland, arm. Queen's Coll., matric. 15 June, 1638, aged 16; of Lincoln's Inn 1639, and created a baronet 29 June, 1660, M.P. Northumberland in 6 parliaments 1659, 1660, March 1676-7-1682. See Foster's Parliamentary Dictionary & Inns of Court Reg.
Delavale, Robert of Northumberland, equ. fil. University Coll., matric. 23 June, 1621, aged 16; of Lincoln's Inn 1619 (as son and heir of Ralph, of Seaton Delavall, N.B.), M.P. Morpeth 1659, evidently the father of the preceding, though there would appear to be but 17 years between father and son, though the father is said to be aged 15 at the Heralds' Visitation in 1615. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. [34]
Delbridge, Nathan. B.A. from Emanuel Coll., Cambridge, 1611; incorp. as M.A. 11 July, 1615.
Delene, Timothy s. Timothy, of Ashow, co. Warwick, sacerd. Wadham Coll., matric. 10 Dec., 1630, aged 18; B.A. from New Coll. 1 Feb., 1633-4.
Dell, Henry of Cornwall, 'cler. fil.,' privilegiatus 26 Oct., 1582, aged 20, 'subs. nullius Collegii;' B.A. from Exeter Coll. 3 Feb., 1585-6, vicar of Antony, Cornwall, 1590. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dell, Henry s. Rich., of Ruan-Lanyhorne, Cornwall, minister. Exeter Coll., matric. 16 July, 1664, aged 18; rector of Ruan-Lanyhorne 1685. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dell, John of Cornwall, gent. Trinity Coll., matric. 26 Sept., 1600, aged 17; B.A. from Christ Church 23 Oct., 1604, M.A. 18 June, 1607, rector of Gerrans, Cornwall, 1611, father of Richard 1639. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dell, John B.A. from Christ's Coll., Cambridge, 1672 (incorp. 13 July, 1675), M.A. 1676, rector of Tilbrook, Beds, 1691. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dell, Jo(hn) clerk; matric. from Pembroke Coll. 27 Oct., 1694 (this entry only in subs. book and there erased), B.A. 1699; M.A. from Queen's Coll., Cambridge, 1711, perhaps rector of Blisland 1709, and of Ruan-Lanyhorne, Cornwall, 1711, until death in 1718. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [5]
Dell, Philip (Deele) fellow New Coll. 1556-63, from Newbury, Berks; B.A. 24 Jan., 1559-60.
Dell, Ralph B.A. from Balliol Coll. 2 Dec., 1572, M.A. (sup. 7 May) 1583; perhaps vicar of North Curry 1569, and rector of Thorne Falcon, Somerset, 1583, until his death in 1588. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dell, Richard of Cornwall, pleb. Exeter Coll., matric. 23 June, 1586, aged 16.
Dell, Richard of Cornwall, 'cler. fil.' Broadgates Hall, matric. 11 Oct., 1611, aged 18. See Thomas 1574.
Dell, Richard s. John, of Gerrans, Cornwall, sacerd. Gloucester Hall, matric. 5 April, 1639, aged 17. [10]
Dell, Samuel 'ser.' Exeter Coll., matric. 12 Nov., 1650 (subs.) 'paup. schol.'; fellow 1652-6, B.A. 22 June, 1653, rector of Exton, Somerset, 1658. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Boase, 71.
Dell, Thomas (? of Broadgates Hall); B.A. 18 Feb., 1573-4, perhaps rector of Creed, Cornwall, 1589. See also Richard 1611; & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dell, Thomas s. John, of Holsworthy, Devon, pleb. Merton Coll., matric. 21 May, 1713, aged 17.
Dell, William of Wilts, pleb. St. John's Coll., matric. 12 Nov., 1619, aged 16; B.A. 22 Feb., 1622-3, M.A. 6 July, 1626, incorp. at Cambridge 1628, rector of Yeldon, Beds, 1640, until sequestered for nonconformity 1662. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Calamy, i. 258, 285.
Dellam, William (vel Dallum) B.A. from Brasenose Coll. 15 Feb., 1576-7. [15]
Dellee, John 'typotheta,' s. John, of Paris; privilegiatus 24 Dec., 1691, aged 45 (called Dille in Mat. Reg.).
Delme, Robert secular chaplain; B.Can.L. 30 June, 1516.
Delves, (Sir) Henry subscribed 1 July, 1613; B.A. from Brasenose Coll. 29 Jan., 1615-16, as 'eq. aur. fil. n. m.,' 2nd baronet, sheriff of Cheshire 1649, died 23 May, 1663.
Delves, Thomas gent. Magdalen Coll., matric. 5 Feb., 1650-1; B.A. next day, M.A. 21 June, 1653, it is uncertain whether this student is the father of the next named.
Delves, (Sir) Thomas s. Th(omas), of Dodington, co. Chester, bart. Brasenose Coll., matric. 21 Oct., 1670, aged 19; 4th baronet, born 4 Oct., 1652, died 12 Sept., 1725. [20]
Delves, William gent. Brasenose Coll., matric. 20 April, 1708; B.A. 1 Feb., 1711-12 (as John Delve), M.A. 1714.
Demeherene, Benjamin de la Conseillere, of France, gent. Balliol Coll., matric. 1 April, 1699, aged 15.
Denbaude, William 'serviens.' Exeter Coll., matric. 6 June, 1660; B.A. 1663, rector of Oakford, Devon, 1689. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Denbould, William of Devon, gent. Broadgates Hall, matric. 14 June, 1582, aged 32.
Dench, John of co. Southants, pleb. Merton Coll., matric. 11 May, 1604, aged 16. [25]
Dene See also Deane.
Dene, Elijah gent. Exeter Coll., matric. 31 March, 1653 (called Elisha in Mat. Reg.); B.A. 15 Oct., 1656 (as Elias), of Clist Hedon, Devon, father of the next named.
Dene, Humphrey s. 'Elijath,' of Clist Heydon, Devon, cler. Oriel Coll., matric. 8 March, 1691-2, aged 16; B.A. from Corpus Christi Coll. 1695.
Dene, Richard of Devon, gent. Oriel Coll., matric. 2 June, 1592, aged 17; probably son of Roger, of Newton Petrok, Devon.
Dene, William (Deene) s. William, of Balsal, co. Warwick, pleb. Oriel Coll., matric. 17 June, 1636, aged 16. [30]
Denforde, William chaplain Magdalen Coll. 1570-85. See Bloxam, ii. 128.
Denham See also Dynham.
Denham, Arthur B.A. Cantab, M.A. from Balliol Coll. 25 May, 1585; B.D. 31 May, 1593 (Query: B.A. from Trinity Coll., Cambridge, 1 June, 1582), rector of Laindon, Essex, 1588, licenced 30 July, 1597, to marry Mary Seman, of Nevindon, Essex, spr. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus; Marriage Licences, ed. Foster; & O.H.S., x. 365.
Denham, John (Dinham) of Devon, pleb. Broadgates Hall, matric. 19 Oct., 1599, aged 18; B.A. 15 July, 1603, rector of Chagford, Devon, 1619, father of John 1635. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Inns of Court Reg.
Denham, (Sir) John s. John, of Horsley Parva, Essex, militis. Trinity Coll., matric. 18 Nov., 1631, aged 16; bar.-at-law, Lincoln's Inn, 1638, a poet, K.B. at the coronation of Charles II., 1661, surveyorgeneral for the rebuilding of St. Paul's Church, London, 1660, buried in Westminster Abbey 23 March, 1668-9. See Ath., iii. 823; Foster's Judges and Barristers; & D.N.B. [35]
Denham, John s. John, of Chagford, Devon, sacerd. Trinity Coll., matric. 20 March, 1634-5, aged 18; B.A. 7 Nov., 1638, M.A. 3 July, 1641.
Denham, John arm. Wadham Coll., matric. 20 July, 1654. See Gardiner, 203.
Denham, John s. George, of Stanford, co. Lincoln, doctoris. Magdalen Coll., matric. 15 Nov., 1672, aged 18 (subscribes Dynham), chorister 1671-6, B.A. 1676; M.A. from Catharine Hall., Cambridge, 1679, vicar of Rogate, Sussex, 1690, and of Iping, Sussex, 1694. See also George Dynham. See Bloxam, i. 95; & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Denham, John s. Robert, of Poling, Sussex, cler. Magdalen Coll., matric. 14 Dec., 1714, aged 18; perhaps rector of Iping with Chithurst, Sussex, 1734, and of Terwick 1736, his father vicar of Poling 1679. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Denham, Thomas of London, pleb. St. John's Coll., matric.-entry under date 1575, aged 15; B.A. 22 June, 1579, M.A. 29 May, 1583, fellow 1585, admitted to Merchant Taylors' School 1572, as son of Richard, plaisterer. See Robinson, i. 19. [40]
Denham, William s. William, of Coventry (city), pleb. Merton Coll., matric. 29 March, 1710, aged 16, B.A. 1713; M.A. from Sydney Sussex Coll., Cambridge, 1721, vicar of Stoneleigh, co. Warwick, 1724. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Denhault, Henry B.A. from Trinity Coll., Cambridge, 1611, incorp. as M.A. 15 July, 1617.
Dening, Thomas s. William, of Tedbury, co. Gloucester, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 20 Oct., 1626, aged 16; B.A. 8 Feb., 1627-8, M.A. 5 July, 1632.
Denington, Henry of Berks, pleb. Christ Church, matric. 14 Feb., 1611-12, aged 15.
Denison, John of co. Warwick, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 22 May, 1590, aged 20; B.A. from Balliol Coll. 8 Feb., 1593-4, M.A. 4 July, 1600 (then in orders), licenced to preach 22 Jan., 1605-6, B.D. 23 April, 1607, D.D. 20 June, 1611, domestic chaplain to George, Duke of Buckingham, chaplain to James I., chief moderator free school, Reading, Berks, vicar of St. Mary, Reading, 1593, of St. Laurence, Reading, 1603, and of St. Giles, Reading, 1612, rector of Woodmansterne, Surrey, 1610, until his death, buried there 1 Feb., 1628-9, father of the next named. See Ath., ii. 439; Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus; & D.N.B.
Denison, John 'doctoris fil.' Balliol Coll., matric. 15 Oct., 1631; B.A. 17 Oct., 1631, M.A. 11 June, 1634, rector of Quendon, Essex, 1651. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Denison, Thomas B.A. from University Coll. 6 July, 1611, M.A. 8 July, 1614. See O.H.S., x. 273. [5]
Denison, William 'cler. fil.' University Coll., matric. 15 July, 1693, B.A. 1697, M.A. 1700, proctor 1710, B.D. 4 Feb., 1714-15; principal of Magdalen Hall 1745-55. See Hearne, iii. 122; & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dennaford, John s. William, of Exborne, Devon, pleb. Balliol Coll., matric. 3 April, 1674, aged 16; (called Doniford in Mat. Reg.).
Denne, Henry (or Den) B.A. 17 Feb., 1562-3; fellow All Souls' Coll. in or before 1564, M.A. 12 June, 1567 (? principal of New Coll., Oxford—see Berry's Kent, 270), son of John, of Lymme, Kent.
Denne, Henry of Kent, gent. New Inn Hall, matric. 25 Oct., 1589, aged 15; of Addisham, Kent (son and heir of Thomas, of the same place), bar.-at-law, Lincoln's Inn, 1602, bencher 1618, Lent reader 1622, treasurer 1636. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Denne, John of Kent, gent. Hart Hall, matric.entry under date 1579, aged 15; possibly son of Vincent next named and of Gray's Inn, father of Vincent 1619. [10]
Denne, Vincent son of William, of Kingston, Kent, B.C.L. 26 June, 1555, D.C.L. 11 July, 1569, died in 1591, possibly father of the last named and of Vincent next named.
Denn, Vincent of Kent, gent. University Coll., matric. 12 Oct., 1599, aged 18; probably son of the preceding and younger brother of John 1579.
Denne, Vincent of Kent, 'arm. fil. nat. max.' Queen's Coll., matric. 11 June, 1619, aged 16; of Gray's Inn 1622, as son and heir of John, late of Gray's Inn, brother of Walter 1623. See Gray's Inn Reg., ed. Foster.
Denne, Vincent formerly of Queen's Coll., Cambridge; B.A. from Magdalen Hall 17 Oct., 1648; student of Christ Church 1648, by the visitors, M.A. 14 June, 1651, bar.-at-law, Gray's Inn, 1655, bencher 1677, serjt.-at-law 1688 (son and heir of Thomas, of St. Alphege, Canterbury, gent.), recorder of Canterbury and M.P. 1656-8 & 1681, died in 1693, aged 55, brother of William 1651. See Foster's Judges and Barristers & Burrows.
Denne, Walter 2s. John, of Canterbury, Kent, arm. Broadgates Hall, matric. 4 April, 1623, aged 17; B.A. from Pembroke Coll. 26 Oct., 1626, M.A. 11 June, 1629, brother of Vincent 1619. [15]
Denne, William gent. Christ Church, matric. 14 March, 1650-1, B.A. 13 Dec., 1651 (admitted to Queen's Coll., Cambridge, 12 July, 1647), brother of Vincent 1648.
Denner, Hugh B.A. from All Souls' Coll. 30 May, 1609; M.A. from Gloucester Hall 30 June, 1612, rector of Holme, York, 1613, and of Roos 1616. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & O.H.S., x. 271.
Denner, Thomas B.A. 17 April, 1559; a student of Christ Church 1561, M.A. 10 July, 1562.
Dennet, John s. Antony, of Langton, Dorset, sacerd. New Coll., matric. 14 Nov., 1623, aged 20; B.A. 5 April, 1627, M.A. 15 Jan., 1630-1, rector of Okeford Fitzpaine, Dorset, 1635. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dennett, John s. J., of Blandford, Dorset, gent. Wadham Coll., matric. 5 March, 1690-1, aged 16; scholar 1692, B.A. 1694, M.A. 1697, fellow 1698. See Gardiner, 369. [20]
Denning, Thomas of Magdalen Hall, B.A. 8 Feb., 1627-8. See Dening.
Dennys, Anthony (Denys) of Devon, 'arm. fil. nat. max.' Exeter Coll., matric. 16 July, 1602, aged 16; of the Inner Temple 1607, as of Orleigh, Devon (is. William), died 19 June, 1641, father of William 1630. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Dennis, Arthur (Denys) of Devon, 'militis fil. Exeter Coll., matric. 29 Jan., 1590-1, aged 19; B.A. 9 Dec., 1591, son of Sir Robert, of Holcombe.
Dennis, Barnes s. William, of Dodleston, co. Chester, cler. Brasenose Coll., matric. 7 April, 1690, aged 16; B.A. 1693, M.A. 1696.
Dennys, Edward s. Edw., of Llanheath, Cornwall, gent. Christ Church, matric. 25 Feb., 1701-2, aged 17; B.A. 1 Feb., 1705-6, M.A. 1708, vicar of St. Clere, Cornwall, 1713. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [25]
Dennys, Gideon subscribed 14 Oct., 1614; B.A. from Gloucester Hall 23 Oct., 1617.
Dennys, Henry of Devon, gent. Broadgates Hall, matric. 23 Nov., 1581, aged 22; B.C.L. 7 July, 1589 (one of same name and description, but without age, entered previously in Mat. Reg. under 8 Nov., 1580), may be a son of John Dennis, of Matcott.
Dennis, Henry arm. Christ Church, matric. 29 Oct., 1657.
Dennys, James M.A. from Trinity Hall., Cambridge, incorp. 10 July, 1683.
Dennys, John (Denys) B.A. 1 Dec., 1536; fellow from Merton Coll. 1538, M.A. 29 July, 1541.
Dennis, John of Devon, pleb. Broadgates Hall, matric. 2 Nov., 1621, aged 19; B.A. from Pembroke Coll. 21 Feb., 1624-5. [31]
Dennis, John 'cler. fil.' St. Mary Hall, matric. 29 Oct., 1657; demy Magdalen Coll. 1659-64, B.A. 1661, perhaps rector of Parham, Sussex, 1666, and of Stopham 1667. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Bloxam, v. 238.
Dennys, Nicholas s. Thomas, of Ilfracombe, Devon, pleb. Pembroke Coll., matric. 11 July, 1634, aged 18; bar.-at-law, Inner Temple, 1646, bencher 1662, M.P. Barnstaple 1660 & 1661-78, father of Thomas 1669. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Dennis, Northleigh (Denis) s. Abr., of Torrington, Devon, gent. Wadham Coll., matric. 28 March, 1705, aged 16.
Dennys, Peter (Denys) of Cornwall, pleb. Hart Hall, matric. 5 Oct., 1582, aged 18; one of these names vicar of Poundstock, Cornwall, 1588. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [35]
Dennis, Peter (Dennyes) of Cornwall, pleb. New Coll., matric. 5 Oct., 1582, aged 18.
Dennis, Peter s. John, of Lowth, co. Lincoln, pleb. New Coll., matric. 13 Oct., 1637, aged 19.
Dennis, Robert s. John, of Broton, Hants, pleb. Merton Coll., matric. 22 Oct., 1630, aged 20; B.A. 30 Nov., 1631, sequestered to the cure of Capel, Surrey, vicar of Warnham, Sussex, 1656. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Add. MS., 15,669.
Dennis, Rowland s. R(owland), of Himbleton, co. Worcester, cler. New Coll., matric. 17 Dec., 1712, aged 19; B.A. 1716, M.A. 1719, rector of Elden, Hants, 1740, his father instituted vicar of Himbleton 12 Dec., 1683. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dennis, Thomas (Dey or Deus) B.A. (sup. 25 Nov.) 1555, as Dennis.
Dennis, Thomas of Devon, gent. Exeter Coll., matric. 19 Oct., 1582, aged 18; B.A. 6 July, 1586, fellow 1586-1601, M.A. 28 June, 1589, B.D. 10 July, 1600 (son of Thomas Denys, of Creed, in Cornwall), vicar of Menhenniot, Cornwall, 1600, until his death in 1637, father of Thomas 1622. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Boase, 49.
Dennys, Thomas of co. Hereford, 'cler. fil.' Christ Church, matric. 26 June, 1607, aged 17; B.A. from Broadgates Hall 25 Jan., 1610-11, M.A. 8 July, 1613, canon of Hereford 1616, vicar of Dilwyn, co. Hereford, 1617. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dennis, Thomas subscribed 3 June, 1614, B.A. from Gloucester Hall 10 June, 1618. See Gardiner, 27. [5]
Dennys, Thomas s. Thomas, of Menhenniot, Cornwall, minister. Exeter Coll., matric. 13 Dec., 1622, aged 18; B.A. 22 June, 1626, fellow 1629-43, (M.A. from Gloucester Hall 30 April, 1629), B.D. 21 Feb., 1639-40, perhaps vicar of Stoke Lyne, Oxon, 1622, and of Hay, Brecon, 1639, etc. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Boase, 63.
Dennis, Thomas arm. Exeter Coll., matric. 20 July, 1654.
Dennys, Thomas s. Nic., of Barnstaple, Devon, gent. Pembroke Coll., matric. 11 May, 1669, aged 17; of the Inner Temple 1670. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Dennis, Walter of Christ Church, B.A. 11 July, 1554, perhaps rector of Dyrham, co. Gloucester, 1571, and of Castle Eaton, Wilts, 1575. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dennys, William clerk of Magdalen Coll. 1546. See Bloxam, ii. 38. [10]
Dennys, William (Denysse or Dennes) B.A. 12 Oct., 1530, fellow of Merton Coll., M.A. 28 June, 1533; provost of Queen's Coll. 1534, B.D. 15 May, 1541, rector of Charlton-on-Otmoor, Oxon, 1543, and of Bletchingdon 1545, canon of Windsor 1554-9, and of Canterbury, but was turned out for being married. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Fasti, i. 114.
Dennys, William of Devon, gent. Gloucester Hall, matric.-entry under date 10 Jan., 1574-5, aged 17.
Dennys, William B.A. from Exeter Coll. 3 June, 1630, of Middle Temple 1632 (as son and heir of Anthony, of Orleigh, Devon, esq.), died before his father. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Dennys, William gent. New Coll., matric. 18 March, 1650-1; B.A. 9 July, 1652, chaplain 1649 by the parliamentary visitors, had leave of absence for special service at sea 1654, died at Jamaica 1655. See Burrows.
Denny, Charles (Denye) of Merton Coll. in and before 1564. [15]
Denny, Edward (Deny) of Merton Coll. in and before 1564. See Foster's Parliamentary Dictionary.
Denny, George s. Thomas, of co. Cork, Ireland, p.p. Queen's Coll., matric. 5 April, 1682, aged 18; perhaps a grandson of Sir Edward Denny and Ruth Roper.
Denny, Thomas s. Thomas, of Warmoure, co. Lancaster, pleb. St. Mary Hall. matric. 4 Nov., 1631, aged 24; B.A. 1 July, 1633, vicar of Thornton-by-Horncastle, co. Lincoln, 1641, rector of Babworth, Notts, 1647. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Add. MSS., 15,669-70.
Dense, Philip (Deence) fellow of Merton Coll. 1500, M.A.; 'Medicus and Astronomus cum primis doctus,' died in 1507. See Fasti, i. 13; Ath., i. 12; & O.H.S., iv. 245.
Denshier, Jeffery of co. Leicester, pleb. St. Alban Hall, matric. 1 Dec., 1581, aged 19; called Devonshire in Mat. Reg., administration at Oxford (granted) 2 Nov., 1604. [20]
Densill, Thomas (Densyl) B.C.L. 15 Oct., 1534, rector of Badgworth, Somerset, 1554. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Denson, Robert s. Ric., of Wervin (? Tarvin), Cheshire, pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric. 19 March, 1713-14, aged 21; B.A. 10 March, 1717-18, vicar of Backford, Cheshire, 1720. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Denson, William of Cheshire, pleb. Lincoln Coll., matric. 19 Oct., 1582, aged 17; B.A. 27 April, 1586, M.A. 2 July, 1588.
Dent, Henry 'ser.' Wadham Coll., matric. 14 Nov., 1650; scholar 1649, B.A. 2 Feb., 1652-3, M.A. 16 July, 1655, fellow 1656, from Stanton Prior, Somerset, assistant or curate of Ramsbury, Wilts. See Calamy, iii. 371; & Gardiner, 181.
Dent, Robert s. Rob., of Crustby (Crosby), Westmorland, pleb. Queen's Coll., matric. 5 Nov., 1708, aged 19; B.A. 1712, rector of Sockburn, co. Durham, 1729, and vicar of North Ottrington, Yorks, 1732. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [25]
Dent, Thomas of co. Durham, gent. St. Edmund Hall, matric.-entry under date 20 July, 1578, aged 18; B.A. from Oriel Coll. 23 Jan., 1580-1, fellow 1581, M.A. 22 June, 1584.
Dent, Thomas scholar of Trinity Coll., Dublin, 1673, B.A. 1674, M.A. 1677; incorp. from Magdalen Coll. 25 June, 1695, B. & D.D. 3 July, 1695, vicar of Lavington, co. Lincoln, 1688, rector of Stalbridge, Dorset, 1690, and of Fiskerton, co. Lincoln, 1708, canon of Westminster 1694, until his death 31 Jan., 1721-2. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dent, William fellow of Trinity Coll., Cambridge, B.A. 1708, M.A. 1712, incorp. 14 July, 1712.
Denton, (Sir) Alexander of Bucks, militis fil. Christ Church, matric. 30 Oct., 1612, aged 17; of Hillesden, Bucks, knighted 16 Sept., 1617 (son of Sir Thomas), M. P. Buckingham 1625, 1626, April-May, 1640, & 1640 (L.P.), until disabled 27 Jan., 1644, baptized 21 March, 1596, buried 5 Jan., 1644-5 (See Thomas 1621), father of the next named and brother of John 1616. See Foster's Parliamentary Dictionary.
Denton, Alexander equitis fil. Magdalen Hall, matric. 19 Nov., 1650; bar.-at-law, Middle Temple, 1660, bencher 1667 (as 2nd son of Sir Alexander, late of Hillesden, Bucks, knight, deceased), died s.p. See Foster's Judges and Barristers. [30]
Denton, Alexander s. Alexander, of Hillesden, Bucks, arm. St. Edmund Hall, matric. 15 April, 1697, aged 17; bar.-at-law, Middle Temple, 1704, bencher 1720, K.C., serjt.-at-law 1722, attorney-general to the Duchy of Lancaster, recorder of Buckingham, M.P. Buckingham 1708 & 1715-22, chancellor to the Prince of Wales 1729, a judge of common pleas 1722, until his death 22 March, 1739-40, buried 30th at Hillesden, brother of Edmund 1695. See Foster's Judges and Barristers; Hearne, i. 154; & Rawlinson, i. 327, xx. 177.
Denton, Anthony of Middlesex, gent. Brasenose Coll., matric.-entry under date 8 Dec., 1578, aged 18; of the Middle Temple 1581, late of New Inn, as son and heir of William, of Stedeham, Suffolk, gent. See Thomas 1602; John 1599; & Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Denton, Christopher of Oxon, gent. Magdalen Coll., matric.-entry under date 1571, aged 18; sup. for B.A. 12 May, 1576. See O.H.S., xii. 62.
Denton, Edmond s. Edmund, of Hillesden, Bucks, gent. Lincoln Coll., matric. 7 Nov., 1673, aged 17; of the Middle Temple 1673, buried 25 Feb., 1728. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Denton, (Sir) Edmund s. Alexander, of 'Ilsdown' (Hillesden), Bucks, arm. Wadham Coll., matric. 21 Feb., 1694-5, aged 16; of the Middle Temple 1697, created a baronet 12 May, 1699, M.P. Buckingham in 5 parliaments Dec., 1698-1708, Bucks 1708-13, died 4 and buried at Hillesden 11 May, 1714, brother of Alexander 1697. See Foster's Parliamentary Dictionary; Inns of Court Reg.; & Gardiner, 386.
Denton, Edward tabarder of Queen's Coll. 1566, B.A. 9 July, 1568, fellow 1569, M.A. 18 June, 1572 (son of Thomas, who built Warnel Denton), vicar of Ditchling, Sussex, 1581-8, rector of Lazonby, Cumberland, 1588. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Denton, Henry 'ser.' Queen's Coll., matric. 24 June, 1653; B.A. 21 March, 1656-7, fellow, M.A. 25 June, 1659 (2nd son of Thomas, of Warnel Denton, in Cumberland), chaplain to the English ambassador at Constantinople, rector of Blechingdon, Oxon, 1673, until his death, buried there 19 Aug., 1681, brother of Thomas same date. See Ath., i., p. xcii.; Fasti, ii. 219; Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus; & D.N.B.
Denton, Henry born at Chertsey, Surrey, gent. Queen's Coll., matric. 10 May, 1678, aged 16; (2nd son of Thomas, of Warnel Denton) went to Maryland, where he became a landed proprietor and was made a judge, brother of Thomas same date. [5]
Denton, James LL.D., fellow of King's Coll., Cambridge, obit. 1532. See Fasti, i. 16; Cooper, i. 45; & D.N.B.
Denton, John of Berks, arm. Brasenose Coll., matric. 9 Nov., 1599, aged 15; of the Middle Temple 1602 (as son and heir of William, of Priors Court, Berks), brother of Thomas 1602. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Denton, John of Bucks, eq. aur. fil. Christ Church, matric. 31 May, 1616, aged 18; of Lincoln's Inn 1619 (as 2nd son of Sir Thomas, of Hillesden, Bucks, knight), baptized 9 April, 1598, brother of Alexander 1612. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Denton, John s. John, of North Aston, Oxon, arm. Pembroke Coll., matric. 6 July, 1638, aged 15; of Lincoln's Inn 1640. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Denton, John 1s. Alexander, of Hillesden, Bucks, equitis. Hart Hall, matric. 25 Jan., 1638-9, aged 16; of Lincoln's Inn 1640, slain in battle at Abington, buried 22 Aug., 1644. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. [10]
Denton, John B.A. from Clare Coll., Cambridge, 1647; incorp. as M.A. 12 July, 1653, perhaps rector of Oswaldkirk, Yorks, 1658. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Denton, John s. Alex., of Middleton Stony, Oxon, arm. Merton Coll., matric. 14 Jan., 1698-9, aged 16; died 14 April, 1701, brother of Alexander and Edmund.
Denton, Mathew gent. Balliol Coll., matric. 11 April, 1695.
Denton, Nathan 'ser.' University Coll., matric. 17 March, 1653-4; B.A. 15 Oct., 1657, nonconformist, ejected from his living of Bolton-upon-Dearne, Yorks, in 1662, died in 1720, having outlived all who had been ejected with him fifty-eighty years before. See Calamy, iii. 425; & D.N.B.
Denton, Phatnell of co. York, 'cler. fil.' St. Edmund Hall, matric. 22 Feb., 1610-11, aged 17; B.A. from Queen's Coll. 19 Oct., 1614, M.A. 4 July, 1617, vicar of Clanfield, Oxon, 1620. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [15]
Denton, Thomas B.A. 6 July, 1556, M.A. 28 April, 1559; fellow Queen's Coll. 1559, of the Middle Temple 1556, as son of John, of Oxford, esq. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Denton, (Sir) Thomas of Bucks. All Souls' Coll., matric. 19 June, 1589, aged 15 (as arm.); of Hillesden, Bucks (son of Alexander), knighted at Salden July, 1603, M.P. Buckingham 1604-11, 1614, 1621-2, Bucks 1624-6, Buckingham 1628-9, buried at Hillesden 23 Sept., 1633, father of Alex, John, and William. See Lipscombe's Bucks, iii. 17; & Foster's Parliamentary Dictionary.
Denton, Thomas of Berks, arm. Brasenose Coll., matric. 12 Nov., 1602, aged 16; of the Middle Temple 1605 (as 2nd son of William, of Prior's Court, Berks, esq., deceased), brother of John 1599. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Denton, Thomas of Suffolk, 'Gener. Conditionis.' Trinity Coll., matric. 12 Nov., 1602, aged 26. See Anthony 1578, and John 1599.
Denton, Thomas of Bucks, eq. fil. Magdalen Coll., matric. 26 June, 1621, aged 18 (son of Sir Thomas), baptized 1 Nov., 1600, died unmarried, brother of Alexander 1612. [20]
Denton, Thomas 'arm. fil. nat. max.' Queen's Coll., matric. 24 June, 1653, 'serviens' 9 Dec., 1653; B.A. 26 Nov., 1656, bar.-at-law, Gray's Inn, 1660 (as son and heir of Thomas, of Warnell, Cumberland, esq.), recorder of Carlisle, and a judge for gaol deliveries, temp. Charles II., died in 1695, brother of Henry same date, and father of Henry 1678, and of the next named. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Denton, Thomas s. Th(omas), of Warnell, Cumberland, gent. Queen's Coll., matric. 10 May, 1678, aged 17; of Warnell Denton, said to have been born at Chertsey Oct., 1661, and died at Sebergham Hall in 1737, brother of Henry same date.
Denton, William of co. York, pleb. Queen's Coll., matric. 17 Nov., 1581, aged 20; sup. for B.A. from St. Edmund Hall 17 Nov., 1585, vicar of Bossall, Yorks, 1589, and of Kirkby Moorside 1595. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Denton, William B.A. from Queen's Coll. 28 June, 1617; perhaps rector of Langton, Yorks, 1619. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Denton, William of Bucks, equitis. fil. quint. Magdalen Hall, matric. 23 Nov., 1621, aged 17; B.A. 5 June, 1624, M.A. 19 April, 1627, B. & D.Med., and licenced to practice medicine 10 Oct., 1634 (youngest son of Sir Thomas, of Hillesden), baptized at Stowe Nov., 1605, fellow College of Physicians 1664, physician to Charles I. and Charles II., died 9 May, 1691, aged 86; mon. at Hillesden. See Ath., iv. 307; Munk's Roll, i. 327; & D.N.B.
Denton, William s. John, of North Aston, Oxon, arm. Queen's Coll., matric. 16 April, 1641, aged 15; of Gray's Inn 1648, his father as of Fawler, Oxon. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg. [26]
Denton, William B.A. from St. John's Coll., Cambridge, 1687, M.A. 1693; incorp. 11 July, 1693.
Denyer, William (Denier) s. 'Rd.,' of Farnham, Surrey, p.p. Trinity Coll., matric. 15 May, 1685, aged 20; B.A. 1690 (as Denyer).
Deorus, Richard secular chaplain; B.Can.L. 18 Feb., 1527-8.
Derby, Arthur s. Jeremiah, of Maine, Dorset, cler. Lincoln Coll., matric. 19 Feb., 1705-6, aged 18; B.A. 1709, as Darby, vicar of Henbury, co. Gloucester, 1712. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Derby, Benjamin s. Jerem., of Sherborne, Dorset, p.p. Wadham Coll., matric. 15 March, 1677-8, aged 17, B.A. 1681; M.A. from King's Coll., Cambridge, 1704, rector of Bryanston, Dorset, 1688, and vicar of Turnworth 1704, rector of Wotton Glanvile 1710, brother of Ephraim 1671, and father of Benjamin, Christopher, Henry, Richard, and John 1709, of William and of Edward 1717. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [31]
Derby, Benjamin s. Benjamin, of Blandford, Dorset, cler. Exeter Coll., matric. 20 May; 1708, aged 18; B.A. from Emanuel Coll., Cambridge, 1711, rector of Cowley, Middlesex, 1718-71, father of John 1741. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Derby, Charles (Darby) s. C., of Martock, Somerset, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 16 Feb., 1671-2, aged 17.
Derby, Christ(opher) s. Ben., of Blandford, Dorset, cler. Wadham Coll., matric. 23 March, 1712-13, aged 18; servitor 1713, B.A. 1716, rector of Hooke, Dorset, 1723. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Derby, Edmund (Darby) B.A. 19 Feb., 1526-7.
Derby, Edward (Darby) s. Rich., of Allington, Kent, pleb. St. Mary Hall, matric. 22 June, 1666, aged 18; B.A. from Magdalen Hall 1670, vicar of Bredgar, Kent, 1671, and rector of Allington 1677. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [5]
Derby, Ephraim s. Jerem., of Sherborne, Dorset, pleb. Pembroke Coll., matric. 3 June, 1671, aged 19; rector of Ashurst, Sussex, 1681, brother of Benjamin 1678. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Derbye, George (Darby) B.A. from Hart Hall 18 June, 1585; M.A. 16 April, 1600, rector of Earnshill, Somerset, 1588, and of Holwell, Dorset, 1600. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & O.H.S., xii. 130.
Derby, George (Darby) s. George, of Crawlye, Oxon, pleb. Balliol Coll., matric. 25 Oct., 1633, aged 17; B.A. 3 May, 1636, M.A. 21 May, 1639, perhaps rector of Colne Rogers, co. Gloucester, 1652, father of George 1678.
Derby, George (Darby) s. George, of Rode, Somerset, pleb. Wadham Coll., matric. 13 March, 1667-8, aged 18. See Gardiner, 271.
Derby, George (Darby) s. Joh., of Coln-Rogers, co. Gloucester, cler. Balliol Coll., matric. 13 Dec., 1678, aged 19. [10]
Derby, George s. Jenning, of Chard, Somerset, gent. Balliol Coll., matric. 7 March, 1704-5, aged 17; B.A. 1708, vicar of Cullompton, Devon, 1719. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Derby, Henry s. Ben., of Blandford, Dorset, cler. Hart Hall, matric. 23 March, 1712-13, aged 18; B.A. 1716, vicar of Sopley, Hants, 1728. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Derby, Jerem. (Darby) 'ser.' Magdalen Coll., matric. 26 Oct., 1660, rector of Poxwell, Dorset, 1671, father of John Derby 1702. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Derby, John (Darby) of Dorset, gent. Exeter Coll., matric. 16 June, 1610, aged 18; demy Magdalen Coll. 1610-18, B.A. 11 Feb., 1612-13, M.A. 15 Jan., 1616-17. See Bloxam, v. 41.
Derby, John of Dorset, pleb. Wadham Coll., matric. 24 Oct., 1617, aged 19; B.A. 1 Feb., 1620-1. [15]
Derby, John of Dorset, gent. Trinity Coll., matric. 26 Oct., 1621, aged 20, B.A. 7 July, 1623; M.A. from Lincoln Coll. 27 June 1626, perhaps rector of Combe Abbotts alias Abbas Combe, Somerset, 1636, ejected for nonconformity 1662, vicar of Curry Rivell 1643, etc. See Calamy, iii. 212; & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Derby, John (Darby) s. John, of Abington, Berks, pleb. Pembroke Coll., matric. 26 Oct., 1627, aged 18; B.A. 18 June, 1631, M.A. 29 April, 1634, ejected from his fellowship in 1648; B. & D.D. from University Coll. 1669, perhaps vicar of Othery, Somerset, 1661, and of Middlezoy 1667. See Burrows & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Derby, John s. Jeremiah, of Main, Dorset, cler. Lincoln Coll., matric. 2 March, 1701-2, aged 17, B.A. 1705; M.A. from Caius Coll., Cambridge, 1724, vicar of Turnworth 1711, rector of Great Minterne St. Mary 1717, and of Poxwell 1724, all in Dorset. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Derby, John s. Ben., of Blandford, Dorset, cler. New Coll., matric. 1 April, 1709, aged 18.
Derby, John (Darby) s. John, of Lambeth, Surrey, arm. New Coll., matric. 28 April, 1711, aged 15; B.A. 27 Feb., 1712-13, of the Middle Temple 1710. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. [20]
Derby, Jonathan (Darbey) s. John, of Appleby, Westmorland, p.p. Queen's Coll., matric. 2 July, 1683, aged 16; B.A. 1689, M.A. 1704, rector of Wilmington 1697, and of Littlington 1702, vicar of Fliston 1706, all in Sussex. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Derby, Joseph (Derbie) s. William, of Dorchester, Dorset, gent. Magdalen Hall, matric. 29 March, 1639, aged 17; perhaps of the Inner Temple 1648. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Derby, Richard s. Benj., of Blandford, Dorset, cler. Exeter Coll., matric. 10 Oct., 1705, aged 18; vicar of Turnworth, Dorset, 1716, and of Hilton 1725, brother of Benjamin 1708, Christopher, Henry, John, and William. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Derby, Robert (Darby) M.A.; B.D. (sup. 15 Dec.) 1506.
Derby, Roger (Derbie) s. Henry Derby, of Beamister, Dorset, sacerd. Lincoln Coll., matric. 27 Jan., 1625-6, aged 19; B.A. from New Inn Hall 24 Jan., 1627-8, M.A. 3 June, 1630, vicar of Somerton, Somerset, 1656. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [25]
Derby, Thomas (Darby) s. Jer., of Sherbourne, Dorset, pleb., p.p. Magdalen Coll., matric. 14 March, 1662-3, aged 17; B.A. 1666, vicar of Loders, Dorset, 1670, and of Damerham, Wilts, 1674, rector of Grateley, Hants, 1691. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Derby, William s. Benjamin, of Blandford, Dorset, cler. Wadham Coll., matric. 10 July, 1708, aged 18; B.A. from All Souls' Coll. 1712; M.A. from King's Coll., Cambridge, 1725, rector of Singleton, Sussex, 1715, of West Parley, Dorset, 1725, and of Woodsford, Dorset, 1729. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Derham, Samuel s. William, of Weston, co. Gloucester, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 9 Nov., 1672, aged 17; B.A. 1676. M.A. 1679, B.Med. 9 Feb., 1681-2, D.Med. 18 Jan., 1686-7, died 26 Aug., 1689, at Oxford. See Ath., iv. 265; & D.N.B.
Derham, Thomas s. Tho., of Highworth, Wilts, cler. St. Alban Hall, matric. 20 March, 1677-8, aged 17; B.A. 1681, M.A. 1685.
Derham, William subscribed 16 Nov., 1627. See William Durham, B.D., page 435. [30]
Derham, William of Corpus Christi Coll. 1654. See Durham, page 435.
Derham, William s. Thomas, of Paxford, co. Worcester, p.p. Trinity Coll., matric. 14 May, 1675, aged 17; B.A. 28 Jan., 1678-9, M.A. 4 July, 1683, D.D. (by diploma) 26 June, 1730, born at Stourton, co. Worcester, 26 Nov., 1657, vicar of Wargrave, Berks, 1682-9, rector of Upminster, Essex, 1689, F.R.S. 1703, canon of Windsor 1716, until his death at Upminster 5 April, 1735. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Rawlinson, iv. 72, xvii. 25.
Derham, William s. Joh., of North Curry, Somerset, gent. Wadham Coll., matric. 28 March, 1705, aged 18; B.A. 1708, vicar of Halse, Somerset, 1720. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Gardiner, 424.
Derick, Francis (Derricke) s. Francis, of Ashton, Somerset, gent. St. John's Coll., matric. 20 Jan., 1625-6, aged 17; B.A. 10 Nov., 1628.
Derick, Henry of Christ Church 1619. See Devick & Alumni West., 85. [35]
Derick, Robert (or Derycke) B.A. 28 Feb., 1537-8, M.A. 18 July, 1541.
Derick, Thomas (Dyrrycke) fellow of New Coll. 1534-49, from Porchester, Hants; B.A. 16 July, 1538, M.A. 18 April, 1542.
Dericke, William of Somerset, pleb. Madgalen Hall, matric.-entry under date 25 Feb., 1580-1, aged 12.
Deringe, Alexander of Kent, gent. New Coll., matric. 8 Feb., 1582-3, aged 18; scholar 1582, B.A. 2 May, 1586, M.A. 27 Jan., 1589-90, 4th son of Henry, married twice and had issue.
Dering, (Sir) Cholmondley s. Edward, of Pluckley, Kent, bart. New Coll., matric. 4 Feb., 1696-7, aged 17; of the Middle Temple 1696, M.P. Kent 1705-8, Saltash 1708-10, Kent 1710, until killed in a duel with Mr. Thornton 9 May, 1711, brother of William. See Hearne, iii. 160; & Foster's Baronetage.
Dering, Edmond (Deerringe) of co. Southampton, arm. Exeter Coll., matric. 9 May, 1617, aged 16; perhaps son of William. See Berry's Hants, 219. [5]
Deringe, Edward of Sussex. Balliol Coll., matric.-entry under date 1575, aged 16. See Berry's Sussex, 241.
Deringe, Edward of Southants. Balliol Coll., matric.-entry under date 1575, aged 17; slain in Ireland, brother of Henry same date.
Dering, Edward s. Christopher, of Charing, Kent, gent. Christ Church, matric. 17 July, 1685, aged 17; B.A. 1690, M.A. 1692, vicar of Charing 1698, and of Tudeley, Kent, 1702, until his death 30 Sept., 1742. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dering, Francis (Deeryng) B.A. from Magdalen Coll., Cambridge, 1608, incorp. as M.A. 9 July, 1616; rector of Ringswold, Kent, 1625 (a son of Christopher, of Wickens[...]n Charing, Kent). See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Deringe, Henry (s. Thomas), of Southants. Balliol Coll., matric.-entry under date 1575, aged 18; father of Richard the organist, 1610, and brother of Edward same date. [10]
Deringe, Henry (Deeringe) of Kent, gent. Magdalen Hall, matric. 21 Jan., 1620-1, aged 21; B.A. 27 Jan., 1620-21 (4th son of John, of Egerton, Kent), vicar of Newington-next-Sittingbourne 1626, rector of Halstowe, Kent, 1632, until sequestered in 1644, died in 1666, father of the next named. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Add. MS., 15,669.
Dering, Henry (Deering) s. Henry, of Newington, Kent, cler., admitted sizar of St. John's Coll., Cambridge, 9 March, 1663-4, aged 18; B.A. 1667, M.A. 1671, incorp. 11 June, 1671, bar.-at-law, Inner Temple, 1673, and query if vicar of Thornham 1679, and of Bearsted, Kent, 1693. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Judges and Barristers; & Mayor, 163.
Dering, John a Benedictine in Canterbury Coll., Oxon; B.D. (sup. July) 1532, executed 1534 for the affair of Elizabeth Barton, the nun of Kent. See Fasti, i. 93.
Dering, John s. Edward, of Pluckley, Kent, bart. Christ Church, matric. 25 May, 1677, aged 14; B.A. 9 Feb., 1680-1, M.A. 1684.
Dering, Richard (Deering) scholar in music. Christ Church, B.Mus. (sup. 26 April) 1610, (a natural son of Henry Dering, of Hants, by Elizabeth, sister of Henry, Earl of Kent), organist to the English nuns of the B.V.M. at Brussels, organist to Queen Henrietta Maria, died in 1630. See Fasti, i. 337.
Dering, William s. Edw., of Pluckley, Kent, bart. Oriel Coll., matric. 25 Jan., 1700-1, aged 15; B.A. 1704, fellow 1706, M.A. 1707, proctor 1715, died 1735, brother of Cholmondeley. [16]
Dermot, Robert (Dormothe) of Brasenose Coll.; B.A. 29 May, 1554, M.A. 28 June, 1558 (an Irishman), chaplain Magdalen College 1552. See Bloxam, ii. 127.
Derrick See Derick.
Derwas, Richard s. Griffin, of Llantrinis, co. Montgomery, pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric. 6 Nov., 1689, aged 20; B.A. 1693, rector of Meifod, co. Montgomery, 1695. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [19]
Desaguliers, 'John Theophilus,' s. John, of Rochelle, France, cler. Christ Church, matric. 28 Oct., 1705, aged 22, B.A. 1709; M.A. from Hart Hall, 1712, B. & D.C.L. 16 March, 1718-19, incorp. at Cambridge 1726, born at Rochelle 12 March, 1683, N.S.; chaplain to the Earl of Ormond (after Duke of Chandos) 1716, rector of Bridgeham, Norfolk, 1717-26, F.R.S., chaplain to the Prince of Wales, rector of Whitchurch & Little Stanmore, Middlesex, 1719, and of Little Warley, Essex, 1727, until his death 29 Feb., 1744. See Rawlinson, ii. 116, iv. 197, xvii. 30; Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus; & D.N.B.
Desmaistres, Samuel (or Desmasters) of London, gent. St. John's Coll., matric. 9 Oct., 1584, aged 18.
Desmaistres, Samuel s. Peter, of Stowlton, co. Worcester, gent. Magdalen Hall, matric. 9 May, 1672, aged 16; B.A. 29 Jan., 1675-6, fellow of Oriel Coll., M.A. 1679, B.Med. 1683, will proved of Oxford 27 Sept., 1686.
Dethicke, Gerard gent. Christ Church, matric. 9 Dec., 1659; B.A. 1663, M.A. 1666. See Alumni West., 152.
Dethick, Gilbert s. Henry, of Poplar, Middlesex, gent. Christ Church, matric. 5 July, 1639, aged 17; bar.-at-law, Gray's Inn, 1648, his father was a son of Sir William, garter, and grandson of Sir Gilbert, garter. See Alumni West., 113; & Foster's Judges and Barristers. [24]
Dethick, Henry s. Sir Gilbert, garter king of arms, B.A. 16 Feb., 1568-9, M.A. 14 June, 1572, B.C.L. 2 July, 1578, D.C.L. (sup. 6 Dec.) 1581, master of Greetham Hospital, co. Durham, a master in chancery, official and chancellor of the diocese of Carlisle, 1586, archdeacon of Carlisle 1588, rector of Salkeld, Cumberland, 1588, died in 1613 aged 67. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Fasti, i. 208.
Dethick, John (Deythike) B.A. (sup. 11 Feb.) 1527-8, perhaps rector of Llangattock & Llanvihangel, co. Brecon, 1551. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dethicke, William of co. Derby, gent. Magdalen Hall, matric.-entry under date 15 April, 1580, aged 17; B.A. from Merton Coll. 7 Feb., 1582-3, of Gray's Inn 1586, as of London, gent. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.
Detton, Andrew See Dottin.
Detton, Richard pleb. New Coll., matric. 22 Oct., 1628, aged 18; B.A. 24 Oct., 1628, M.A. 7 June, 1632, rector of Acton Scott, Salop, 1631, and of Aston Botterell, Salop, 1634. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Devaux, William gent. Christ Church, matric. 27 Feb., 1650-1; B.A. 3 June, 1652, of the Middle Temple 1651 (as 3rd son of Thomas, of St. Paul's, Covent Garden, Middlesex, esq.), secretary to Col. John Reynolds on his expedition to Mardike, and drowned near the Goodwin Sands on his homeward passage. Wood writes this name De Vaux. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. & Fasti, ii. 169. [30]
Devenell, Henry (Devynell) B.A. 28 Nov., 1524, fellow of Merton Coll. 1528, M.A. 15 July, 1530, rector of Bridport 1533. See O.H.S., iv.
Devenish, Benjamin s. Benjamin, of Dorchester, Dorset, pleb. St. John's Coll., matric. 13 Nov., 1629, aged 18; scholar Wadham Coll., 1631-5, B.A. 4 Dec., 1632, M.A. 6 July, 1638. See Gardiner, 109.
Devenish, John of Dorset, pleb. St. Mary Hall, matric. 26 June, 1591, aged 17, B.A. 23 Nov., 1594; M.A. from Magdalen Hall 6 July, 1601 (as Thomas), vicar of Bridgewater 1605-44, father of the next named. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Devenish, John s. John, of Bridgewater, Somerset, sacerd. Wadham Coll., matric. 4 Nov., 1631, aged 17; B.A. from New Inn Hall 23 April, 1635, M.A. 20 Jan., 1637-8, vicar of Weston Zoyland 1652. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Calamy, iii. 220.
Devenish, John s. B., of 'Downe S. Mary,' p.p. Balliol Coll., matric. 14 April, 1665, aged 16; B.A. from Gloucester Hall 1669, rector of Bickleigh, Devon, 1670. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Devenish, William (Devyneshe or Devenysshe) B.A. 19 Feb., 1526-7, fellow of Merton Coll. 1528, M.A. 15 July, 1530, B.D. (sup. 2 July) 1537, chaplain to Henry VIII., canon of Canterbury 1544, until deprived temp. Queen Mary 1544, canon of Windsor temp. Edward VI., canon of Chichester 1556, and provost of Queen's College 1534, until his death 24 March, 1558. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & O.H.S., iv. 254.
Deverell, Richard s. William, of Swanborne, Bucks, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 13 May, 1631, aged 19; B.A. 18 June, 1631.
Devereux, Edward s. Vaughan, of Berry, co. Montgomery, gent. Gloucester Hall, matric. 11 Feb., 1702-3, aged 19; an uncle of Edward, Viscount Hereford 1748. [5]
Devereux, Henry of co. Warwick, arm. Brasenose Coll., matric. 11 Oct., 1605, aged 18; probably 6th son of Sir Edward, of Bromwich, co. Warwick, bart., so created 25 Nov., 1612, ancestor of the Earls of Hereford.
Devereux, John (Deverus Devros or Deverissa); B.A. 11 Oct., 1553, M.A. 17 July, 1556, of Lincoln's Inn 1547, perhaps rector of Easton, Hants, 1559, of St. Michael Queenhithe, London, 1560. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Inns of Court Reg.
Devereux, Pryce arm. Christ Church, matric. 20 July, 1654, of Gray's Inn 1658, as son and heir of George, of Veynor, co. Montgomery, but died in his father's lifetime in 1666, grandfather of Pryce 1711. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.
Devereux, Pryce s. Essex, of Forden, co. Montgomery, arm. Hart Hall, matric. 26 June, 1703, aged 17: of Inner Temple 1704, a first cousin of Edward 1703. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Devereux, 'Hon.' Pryce (s. Price, Viscount Hereford). Balliol Coll., matric. 19 Nov., 1711, aged 17; 10th Viscount Hereford, M.P. Montgomeryshire in 4 parliaments, Jan., 1719, until he succeeded to the peerage 1740, died 27 July, 1748. [10]
Devereux, Robert 2nd Earl of Essex, master of the horse to Queen Elizabeth; matric. from Trinity Coll., Cambridge, 1 July, 1579, created M.A., Cambridge, 6 July, 1581, incorp. 11 April, 1588, (1s. Walter, Earl of Essex), Queen Elizabeth's favourite, distinguished himself at the battle of Zutphen and created a knight banneret by the Earl of Leicester, K.G., 1588, commander-in-chief by land and sea in an expedition against Spain 1597, earlmarshal of England 1597, chancellor of Cambridge May, 1598, lord-lieutenant of Ireland 1599, etc., executed on Tower Hill 25 Feb., 1600-1. See Cooper, ii. 296; Fasti, i. 244; & D.N.B.
Devereux, Robert 3rd Earl of Essex, created M.A. from Merton Coll. 30 Aug., 1605, and also 31 Aug., 1636 (son of the last named), restored 1603, lieut.-general of the royal forces against the Scots 1639, lord chamberlain of the household 1641-2, captain-general of the parliamentary forces against the king 1642-5, died 14 Sept., 1646, buried in Westminster Abbey. See Ath., iii. 189; Fasti, i. 490; & D.N.B.
Devereux, Walter of Stafford (2s. Walter, Earl of Essex). Christ Church, matric. 12 June, 1584, aged 15; slain at the siege of Rouen 1591.
Devereux, (Sir) Walter 'comitis fil.' Queen's Coll., matric. 16 Nov., 1604, aged 13; a natural son of Robert, 2nd Earl of Essex; knighted 2 Sept., 1617, M.P. Pembroke 1614, 1624-5, Tamworth 1626, 1628-9, Lichfield April-May, 1640, and 1640 (L.P.) until his death about 1641. See Foster's Parliamentary Dictionary.
Devey, James s. Henry, of Pattingham, co. Stafford, p.p. Pembroke Coll., matric. 13 May, 1700, aged 19, B.A. 7 March, 1703-4; M.A. from Trinity Coll., Cambridge, 1724, rector of Beckbury, Salop, 1724. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [15]
Devy, Thomas B.A. 17 July, 1525, one of these names beneficed in Somerset and Wilts. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Devey, Thomas s. John, of Envil, co. Stafford, p.p. Magdalen Hall, matric. 11 March, 1694-5, aged 17; B.A. 4 Feb., 1698-9.
Devey, William (Devy Dive, or Divey), B.A. 1 July, 1510, M.A. 21 June, 1514.
Devick, Henry (? De Vic) of co. Southampton, arm. fil. nat. max. Christ Church. matric. 12 Nov., 1619, aged 20; B.A. 17 Dec., 1619, possibly the chancellor of the garter and secretary for the French tongue, created a baronet 3 Sept., 1649, and died 20 Nov., 1672. See Alumni West., 85.
Devike, Richard of London, gent. University Coll., matric. 21 Aug., 1584, aged 17. [20]
Devicke, William of London, gent. Hart Hall, matric. 15 Nov., 1583, aged 15.
Devins, Mathew Cistercian, of St. Bernard's Coll., B.D. 2 Dec., 1531. See Fasti, i. 87.
Dewalde, James (Darwalde) B.A. (sup. May) 1534.
Dewbery, John s. Tho., of Walton, Bucks, cler. Merton Coll. matric. 21 Nov., 1704, aged 18. See Thomas Dewsbery.
Dewbery, Rowland (Dewberie) Magdalen Coll., matric.-entry under date 1571. [25]
Dewce, Isaac of Salop. Exeter Coll., matric. 18 June, 1602, aged 15; 'paup. schol.'
Dewe, Edward s. Richard., of Harwell, Berks, gent. Pembroke Coll., matric. 6 Nov., 1635, aged 16; of Gray's Inn 1640. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.
Dewe, Henry of London, pleb. University Coll., matric.-entry under date 10 Jan., 1574-5, aged 15.
Dewe, Henry s. Bennett, of Hanney, Bucks, gent. New Inn Hall, matric. 3 June, 1709, aged 16.
Dewe, Richard student of Christ Church 1561, B.A. 1 July, 1560, M.A. 10 May, 1563, B.Med. and licenced to practice 10 July, 1570, sup. for D.Med. in 1573. See Munk's Roll, i. 85. [30]
Dewe, Richard of Berks, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 15 June, 1604, aged 14.
Dewe, Richard s. Richard, of Harwell, Berks, gent. Pembroke Coll., matric. 15 May, 1640, aged 16; scholar 1648. See Burrows, 190.
Dewe, Richard s. Edw., of Islip, (? Devon), gent. Trinity Coll., matric. 25 Nov., 1664, aged 17.
Dewe, Richard 'scholaris,' s. Joh., of Hatford, Berks, gent. Pembroke Coll., matric. 14 Dec., 1672, aged 16.
Dewe, Thomas of Oxon, pleb. Exeter Coll., matric. 13 Dec., 1615, aged 16. [35]
Dew, Thomas 'tonsor,' s. Rich., of Wolvercot, Oxon, privilegiatus 2 March, 1676-7, aged 22; possibly father of the next named.
Dew, Thomas s. Thomas, of Oxford (city), pleb. Christ Church, matric. 9 May, 1706, aged 16; clerk Magdalen Coll. 1707-11, B.A. 23 Jan., 1709-10, M.A. 1712, vicar of Holmer, co. Hereford, 1713, etc. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Bloxam, ii. 86.
Dew, William s. Thomas, of St. Aldates, Oxford, pleb. Wadham Coll., matric. 1 Dec., 1714, aged 16.
Dewell, Anthony s. Tim., of Lydyard Tregoze, Wilts, doctoris. Magdalen Hall, matric. 27 March, 1685, aged 17; brother of Charles, John, and Richard.
Dewell, Charles 'doctoris fil.' Magdalen Hall, matric. 14 Jan., 1692-3, B.A. 1696, M.A. 1699.
Dewell, Edward (Duell) of Magdalen Coll., sup. for B.A. 10 Feb., 1587-8. See O.H.S., xii. 151.
Dewell, George s. George, of Reading, Berks, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 20 Oct., 1626, aged 16 (called Duel in Mat. Reg.); B.A. 23 Jan., 1629-30; M.A. from St. Mary Hall 20 Oct., 1632.
Dewell, Henry of Middlesex, pleb. Gloucester Hall, matric. 17 June, 1597, aged 17; B.A. from Hart Hall 9 July, 1600, bar.-at-law, Gray's Inn, 1608, autumn reader elect 1625. See Foster's Judges and Barristers. [6]
Dewell, John s. Tim., of Lydyard Tregoze, Wilts, S.T.D. Magdalen Hall, matric. 20 Feb., 1667-8, aged 16; B.A. 1671, M.A. 1674, chorister Magdalen Coll. 1663-6. See Bloxam, i. 93.
Dewell, Richard of Lydyard Tregoze, Wilts, Med. Doc. fil. Magdalen Hall, matric. 31 Jan., 1687-8, B.A. 1691, M.A. 1694, brother of Anthony, Charles, and John.
Dewell, Thomas of St. Giles, Cripplegate, London; privilegiatus 12 Aug., 1673, aged 30; 'Musicus Univ.'
Dewell, Timothy s. John, of Reading, Berks, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 13 June, 1634, aged 17; B.A. 15 Oct., 1636, M.A. 15 June, 1639, created D.D. 12 Sept., 1661, rector of Lydiarde Tregoze, Wilts, 1645, father of Anthony, Charles, John, and Richard. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [10]
Dewes, Richard s. William, of Cotton (? Coughton), co. Warwick, gent. Hart Hall, matric. 12 Nov., 1696, aged 18; fellow of New Coll., B.C.L. 1705, administration (at Oxford) granted 4 March, 1712.
D'Ewes, (Sir) Willoughy 1s. 'Simonds,' Bart. Christ Church, matric. 23 April, 1664, aged 14; 2nd baronet, died 13 June, 1685.
Dewever, Peter s. Peter, of Nettesford (? Knutsford), co. Chester, pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric. 15 Dec., 1637, aged 16; licenced to practice in surgery 10 Oct., 1646.
Dewey, Christopher (Dewy) s. James, of Okeford Fitzpaine, Dorset, gent. Oriel Coll., matric. 14 Nov., 1661, aged 19; B.A. 1665.
Dewey, Francis of Dorset, gent. Christ Church, matric. 25 Oct., 1616, aged 17; B.A. 26 June, 1620, M.A. 26 June, 1623, B.D. 13 May, 1630, licenced to preach in 1630, vicar of Chippenham, Wilts, 1630, rector of Hardenhuish 1634. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Alumni West., 85. [15]
Dewey, James (Dewy) gent. Exeter Coll., matric. 20 Nov., 1651; bar.-at-law, Middle Temple, 1656 (as son and heir of James, of Christchurch, Hants, esq.), M.P. Dorset 1656-8, and Ludgershall 1659. See Foster's Judges and Barristers & Parliamentary Dictionary.
Dewey, John s. J., of Andover, Hants, paup. New Inn Hall, matric. 16 March, 1686-7, aged 16; B.A. 1 March, 1691-2, called Dervey in Mat. Reg.
Dewey, William (Dewye) of Dorset, pleb. Broadgates Hall, matric. 1 March, 1587-8, aged 17; B.A. from Christ Church 13 Dec., 1593, M.A. 30 June, 1596.
Dewhurst, Giles student of Christ Church 1567, B.A. 26 Jan., 1570-1, M.A. 9 March, 1573-4, inventory of Oxford 15 Oct., 1577.
Dewhurst, John B.A. from Corpus Christi Coll. 16 Oct., 1608, M.A. 28 May, 1611. See O.H.S., x. 264. [20]
Dewhurst, Robert fellow of University Coll. 1559, B.A. 30 Jan., 1562-3, M.A. 30 June, 1565.
Dewhurst, Robert s. Thomas, of Wadington, Yorks, pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric. 27 May, 1636, aged 18.
Dewhurst, Robert (Duehurst) 'serv.' Brasenose Coll., matric. 20 March, 1650-1; B.A. 12 Oct., 1654, vicar of Hadlow, Kent, 1661. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dewhurste, William of co. Lancaster, gent. St. Mary Hall, matric. 19 Oct., 1599, aged 18; of Gray's Inn 1601, as son and heir of John, of Dewhurst Hall, co. Lancaster. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.
Dewland, Henry (Duland) of Devon, gent. Broadgates Hall, matric.-entry under date circa 1581, aged 18. [25]
Dewport, James of co. Leicester, gent. Hart Hall, matric.-entry under date 1571, aged 14.
Dewre, William principal of Beef Hall, will proved at Oxford 10 Aug., 1514. See Griffiths.
Dewsbery, Thomas s. Clem., of Norton, co. Warwick, p.p. Trinity Coll., matric. 14 March, 1672-3, aged 16. See John Dewbery.
Dewsborough, Antony M.A. Cambridge, incorp. 16 July, 1601.
Dewse, Paul of London, pleb. Magdalen Coll., matric. 1 Dec., 1581, aged 13. [30]
Deyos See also Dyose.
Deyas, John of Bucks, 'cler. fil.' Magdalen Hall, matric. 4 Dec., 1607, aged 17; ? B.A. from Christ's Coll., Cambridge, 1610; incorp. 6 July, 1611, M.A. from Magdalen Hall 27 Jan., 1613-14, and re-incorp. at Cambridge as M.A. 8 July, 1614, if rector of Wavendon, Bucks, then father of the next named. See O.H.S., x. 367.
Deyos, William s. John, of Wavendon, Bucks, sacerd. Wadham Coll., matric. 1 April, 1636, aged 15; B.A. 10 Dec., 1639.
Deyvaunt, John of co. Carnarvon, pleb. Corpus Christi Coll., matric. 27 Oct., 1615, aged 19; called Deynaunt in O.H.S.
D'Haleke, Gustavus George of Brandenberg, in Germany, created D.C.L. 9 Sept., 1680. [35]
Diaper, William s. Jos., of Bridgewater, Somerset, p.p. Balliol Coll., matric. 1 April, 1699, aged 14; B.A. 1702, perhaps fellow; curate of Brent, Somerset, and died in 1717, aged 29. See Rawlinson, i. 405.
Dibble, Edward s. E., of Goathurst, Somerset, p.p. Balliol Coll., matric. 30 May, 1679, aged 17; B.A. 17 Feb., 1682-3.
Dibble, Thomas s. John, of Abinger, Surrey, arm. St. John's Coll., matric. 19 Jan., 1713-14, aged 18, B.A. 1717; M.A. from King's Coll., Cambridge, 1721, vicar of Upper Swell, co. Gloucester, 1719, rector of Woodchester 1723, his father perhaps M.P. Okehampton in 3 parliaments 1705-13. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dibnall, George B.A. from Magdalen Coll. 5 Dec., 1633.
Dicconson, Abraham B.A. from Trinity Coll., Cambridge, 1583, incorp. as D.D. 11 July, 1609, rector of Hurstmonceaux, Sussex, 1590. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Fasti, i. 336. [40]
Dicconson, David s. Peter, of London, gent. St. Edmund Hall, matric. 8 Feb., 1683-4, aged 19; B.A. 1687, M.A. 1690, vicar of Medmenham, Bucks, 1690. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dicconsonn, Hugh of co. Lancaster, pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric. 7 April, 1592, aged 15.
Dichfield, John of co. Lancaster, pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric. 28 Jan., 1619-20, aged 15; B.A. 7 July, 1623.
Dichfeild, John s. Edward, of Edmonton, Essex, gent. Christ Church, matric. 23 Nov., 1638, aged 18; B.A. 8 July, 1642, M.A. 30 April, 1645.
Dichfeild, John pleb. Trinity Coll., matric. 12 May, 1651; B.A. 8 March, 1654-5, M.A. 11 June, 1657, incorp. at Cambridge 1664, rector of Grove, Bucks, 1674, vicar of Wingrave 1678.
Dichfield, Richard B.A. 19 June, 1543.
Dichfield, Robert (Ditchfeild) pleb. St. Mary Hall, matric. 2 July, 1658, B.A. 1662; M.A. from Emanuel Coll., Cambridge, 1674, vicar of Garstang, co. Lancaster, 1663. See Foster's Index.
Dicken, Samuel s. Jos., of Birmingham, co. Warwick, pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric. 20 March, 1706-7, aged 16, B.A. 1710; M.A. from King's Coll., Cambridge, 1719, rector of Hemingford Abbots 1714-48, and vicar of Hemingford Grey 1724-44, and rector of Houghton with Witton 1744-8, all in Hunts. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dicken, Thomas 'serviens.' St. John's Coll., matric. 27 Nov., 1652, pauper; B.A. 25 April, 1656, rector of Weston-under-Lizzard, co. Stafford, 1663, vicar of Walsall, co. Stafford, 1687. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [5]
Dicken, William s. Tho., of Drayton, Salop, pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric. 12 Nov., 1708, aged 18; B.A. from Trinity Coll. 1712, rector of Sheinton, Salop, 1714. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dicker, George (Dicher) chaplain; sup. for B.Can.L. 13 April, 1513.
Dicker, Robert (Dykar) B.LL. (disp. 29 Jan.) 1507-8, chancellor of Bath and Wells 1514 (Le Neve, i. 177), vicar of Twickenham, Middlesex, 1514, rector of St. Clement Danes 1516, and vicar of St. Sepulchre, London, 1524. See Newcourt.
Dicker, Thomas s. Leonard, of Wingfeild, Berks, pleb. Merton Coll., matric. 22 Oct., 1630, aged 20; B.A. 1 July, 1633.
Dicker, William (Dycher) B.C.L. 5 July, 1507. [10]
Dickes, See also Dykes page 438.
Dickes, 'Bartholome,' s. William, of Sprayton, Devon, pleb. Trinity Coll., matric. 12 March, 1637-8, aged 15; B.A. 9 Nov., 1641, as Dick.
Dicke, John of Somerset, 'cler. fil.' Oriel Coll., matric. 28 June, 1605, aged 21; rector of Rowberrow, Somerset, 1607-10, and of Dunkerton 1627, until his death in 1634, father of the next named. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dickes, John s. John, of Dunkerton, Somerset, sacerd. Exeter Coll., matric. 24 Oct., 1634, aged 20; one of these names lecturer of St. Mary in Dover, 1645, refused the rectory of Dover St. James and was sequestered to rectory of St. Bride's, London. See Add. MSS., 15,669-70-71.
Dickes, John 'cler. fil.' Exeter Coll., matric. 7 Nov., 1655; B.A. 4 June, 1659. [15]
Dickes, John s. Sam., of Cullompton, Devon, cler. Wadham Coll., matric. 14 March, 1691-2, aged 17; B.A. 1695, M.A. 1698.
Dicks, Joseph s. William, of Hales Owen, co. Worcester, pleb. Pembroke Coll., matric. 27 June, 1711, aged 19.
Dickes, Samuel s. John, of Crediton, Devon, p.p. Wadham Coll., matric. 16 June, 1665, servitor 1665-8B; A. from St. Mary Hall 1669, vicar of Cullompton, Devon, 1681 (father of John 1692), his father John Dix instituted vicar of Crediton, Devon, 27 Feb., 1650-1. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dickens, Francis s. William, of Malling, Kent, gent. Corpus Christi Coll., matric. 26 Dec., 1689, aged 16; B.A. 1693, M.A. 3 March, 1696-7. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Dickins, George student Christ Church 1567; B.A. 26 Jan., 1570-1, M.A. 6 July, 1576, perhaps rector of St. Alban, Wood Street, 1580, and vicar of St. Lawrence Jewry 1581, vicar of Gillingham, Kent, 1581, canon of St. Paul's 1585, and rector of St. Mary-le-Bow 1588, until his death before 19 March, 1593. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [20]
Dickins, George s. Th., of Melton Mowbray, co. Leicester, p.p. Lincoln Coll., matric. 29 March, 1672, aged 19; B.A. 1675.
Dickins, George s. G., of East Meon, Hants, gent. Balliol Coll., matric. 4 June, 1701, aged 18.
Dickins, John (Dicons) of co. Derby. St. Mary Hall, matric. 27 Nov., 1581, aged 22; 'serviens Aulae.'
Dickons, John B.A. from St. Alban Hall 11 May, 1586. See O.H.S., xii, 135.
Dickins, John of Notts, gent. Lincoln Coll., matric. 5 May, 1615, aged 16. [25]
Dickens, Ralph B.A. (? from Magdalen Coll.) 25 Feb., 1586-7.
Dickins, Richard (Dickyns) B.A. from Magdalen Hall 20 March, 1588-9; M.A. 7 July, 1592. See O.H.S., xii. 153.
Dickins, Robert of co. Warwick, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 10 Oct., 1594, aged 17.
Dickins, Robert s. Rob., of London, gent. Wadham Coll., matric. 9 June, 1694, aged 15; of the Middle Temple 1694, and migrated to the Inner Temple 1703. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Dickons, Thomas of co. Derby, pleb. Brasenose Coll. matric. 10 Nov., 1621, aged 18; B.A. 7 July, 1623, M.A. 7 July, 1626. [30]
Dickins, Thomas arm. Hart Hall, matric. 24 May, 1693-4; B.A. 1698, perhaps of the Middle Temple 1693 (as 2nd son of Thomas, of the Middle Temple), buried in the Temple church 30 Dec., 1698. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Dickins, Tomyns s. T(omyns), of Enfield, co. Stafford, gent. Pembroke Coll., matric. 17 Nov., 1676, aged 16; bar.-at-law, Middle Temple, 1684. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Dickins, William exhibitioner Balliol Coll. 1648; B.A. 23 May, 1649, as Dickers, fellow by the visitors 1651, M.A. 10 July, 1651, as Dickins, bar.-at-law, Gray's Inn, 1660, as son of William, late of Fleet Street, London, esq., deceased. See Burrows & Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Dickins, William s. Geo., of Canterbury (city), pleb. Balliol Coll., matric. 29 Nov., 1694, aged 17; B.A. 1698.
Dickonson, Brian pleb. St. John's Coll., matric. 24 July, 1660; B.A. 1664, M.A. 14 March, 1667-8, B.D. 1674, entered Merchant Taylor's School in 1655 (as eldest son of Richard, armourer, born in Lawrence Jury 28 March, 1645), rector of Lifton, Devon, 1680. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Robinson i. 222. [35]
Dickinson, Edmund (said to be s. Thomas, fellow of Eton Coll., by Wood), fellow Queen's Coll., Cambridge, B.A. 1618; incorp. as M.A. 15 May, 1623, vicar of Minster Lovell, Oxon, 1631. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dickenson, Edward M.A. Canterbury, incorp. 14 July, 1618, perhaps rector of Pertenhall, Beds, 1633. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dickinson, Edmund s. William, of Apleton, Berks, sacerd. Merton Coll., matric. 20 May, 1642, aged 16; postmaster 1642, from Eton, B.A. 22 June, 1647, fellow 1648, by the visitors, M.A. 27 Nov., 1649, B. & D.Med. 3 July, 1656, Lynacre's lecturer, 'practiced 20 years at Oxford and removed to Westminster,' hon. fellow College of Physicians 1664, fellow 1667, physician in ordinary to Charles II. & to his household, and also to James II., died 3 April, 1707, aged 82, mon. in Church of St. Martin's-inFields. See Munk's Roll, i. 394; D.N.B.; Ath., iv. 477; Burrows; & O.H.S., iv. 290.
Dickinson, Edmund 'cler. fil.' Corpus Christi Coll., matric. 22 Nov., 1650.
Dickenson, Francis s. John, of Sherborn St. John's, Hants, gent. Balliol Coll., matric. 21 March, 1677-8, aged 15; B.A. 1681. [40]
Dickenson, John of Surrey, pleb. Corpus Christi Coll., matric. 9 Dec., 1619, aged 16; B.A. 12 Dec., 1620. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dickenson, John s. John, of Westminster, Middlesex, arm. Christ Church, matric. 29 March, 1639, aged 15.
Dickinson, John pleb. St. John's Coll., matric. 24 July, 1660, entered Merchant Taylors' School in 1656 as eldest son of Francis, merchant taylor, and born in Laurence Jewry 8 April, 1643. See Robinson, i. 229.
Dickinson, Leonard B.A. from Jesus Coll., Cambridge, 1617; incorp. as M.A. 10 July, 1621, vicar of South Newton, Wilts, 1630. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dickinson, Lewis (Dickenston) of co. Stafford, pleb. St. Alban Hall, matric. 16 Oct., 1601, aged 17; called Dickinson in Mat. Reg.
Dickenson, Lyming subscribed 1 July, 1614, (called Luinius in O.H.S., xi. 334); Lyming Dickenson (subs. Lym. Dickinson), esq., of St. Martin's-in-the Fields, widower, aged 32, licenced 13 May, 1633, to marry Frances Greatwicke, of St. Peter-le-Poer, widow, aged 26. See Marriage Licences, ed. Foster.
Dickinson, Richard s. Richard, of Exeter, Devon, pleb. Exeter Coll., matric. 13 Dec., 1622, aged 18. [5]
Dickenson, Thomas (Dickynson or Dyconson) B.A. 13 March, 1507-8.
Dickinson, Thomas s. Francis, of Eton, Bucks, pleb. Merton Coll., matric. 2 Nov., 1627, aged 19; B.A. 3 Dec., 1628.
Dickinson, Thomas s. Thomas, of Kendall, Westmorland, sacerd. Queen's Coll., matric. 4 Nov., 1631, aged 17; B.A. 10 July, 1635, fellow, M.A. 16 May, 1639, administration (at Oxford), granted 11 April, 1640.
Dickinson, Thomas (Diconson) s. William, of London, gent. Hart Hall, matric. 13 April, 1632, aged 18; perhaps of the Middle Temple 1632. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Dickonson, Thomas s. Richard, of Stable, Yorks, pleb. Magdalen Coll., matric. 4 May, 1638, aged 20; B.A. from St. Edmund Hall 8 June, 1641, vicar of East Cowton, Yorks, 1662. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [10]
Dickinson, Thomas s. William, of Berks, gent. Pembroke Coll., matric. 28 Nov., 1690, aged 15; B.A. 1694, M.A. 1697, rector of Oddington-uponOtmore, Oxon, 1699. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dickinson, William of Bucks, pleb. St. Alban Hall, matric. 15 April, 1603, aged 18; fellow Merton Coll. 1607, B.A. 24 Nov., 1606, M.A. 9 March, 1611-12, B.D. 24 Nov., 1619, licenced to preach 21 July, 1625 (son of Thomas Dick, cook of Eton College), rector of Besselsleigh 1619, and of Appleton, Berks, 1620, father of Edmund 1642. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus; Ath., iv. 477; & O.H.S., iv. 278.
Dickonson, William of London, gent. St. John's Coll., matric. 15 Nov., 1605, aged 16; of Gray's Inn 1610 (as son and heir of Daniel, of the city of London). See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.
Dickinson, William (Diconson) s. Thomas, of Gillingham, Kent, minister. Exeter Coll., matric. 13 Dec., 1622, aged 19; of Gray's Inn 1623, his father compounded for the first fruits of the vicarage of Gillingham, 14 Feb., 1591-2. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg. & Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dickson, George (Dicson) 'minister,' of Notts. Balliol Coll., matric. 13 April, 1586, aged 24.
Dickson, Jonas s. 'Jon.,' of Sowerby, co. York, p.p. Brasenose Coll., matric. 22 March, 1677-8, aged 14; B.A. 1681, called 'Jonath' in Mat. Reg. [16]
Dickson, Peter s. P., of Manchester, co. Lancaster, pleb. St. Edmund Hall, matric. 14 Nov., 1673, aged 17; B.A. from St. Mary Hall 1677, M.A. 1680, vicar of Turnworth, Dorset, 1680, and rector of Winterbourne Clenston 1684. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dickson, Richard (Dicksing) of Northants, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 2 July, 1585, aged 16.
Dickson, Robert of Yorks, pleb. Queen's Coll., matric.-entry under date 20 Dec., 1577, aged 25, B.A. 16 or 19 Feb., 1578-9; M.A. (from Queen's or Brasenose Coll.) 3 July, 1581, perhaps vicar of Burnsall, Yorks, 1587, and of Darfield mediety 1600. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dickson, Robert of co. York, 'cler. fil.' University Coll., matric. 1 July, 1603, aged 16 (called Dixon in Mat. Reg.); B.A. 3 Feb., 1606-7, M.A. 24 Oct., 1609, B.D. 3 April, 1633, one of these names vicar of Haltwhistle, Northumberland, 1616. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [20]
Dickson, Tobias D.Med. from St. John's Coll., Cambridge, incorp. 9 July, 1661; for one of these names see Mayor, 100.
Dickson, William s. Ri., of Kirkham, co. Lancaster, pleb. Christ Church, matric. 15 April, 1697, aged 17; B.A. 20 Feb., 1700-1, vicar of Kirkham 1720. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dicus, Hugh (Dycus) of co. Chester, pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric. 17 May, 1596, aged 17; B.A. 4 Dec., 1600, M.A. 7 July, 1608, proctor 1615, B.D. 8 July, 1619, licenced to preach 18 May, 1621, rector of Steeple Ashton, Oxon, 1616, vicar of Reading St. Giles 1617, until sequestered about 1647, father of Samuel and of the next named. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus & Add. MS., 15,671, p. 234.
Dicus, Humfrey s. Hugh, of Reading, Berks, sacerd. Brasenose Coll., matric. 28 May, 1641, aged 18; B.A. 28 Nov., 1644, M.A. 8 July, 1647, brother of Samuel.
Dicus, John of co. Chester, pleb. Brasenose Coll., matric. 19 June, 1610, aged 18; B.A. 7 Feb., 1611-12, sup. for M.A. 15 June, 1615, ordered to officiate at Woodnesbury 10 Sept., 1647, by the Westminster Assembly of Divines. See Add. MS., 15671, p. 201. [25]
Dicus, Samuel s. Hugh, of Reading, Berks, sacerd. Brasenose Coll., matric. 13 Nov., 1635, aged 16; B.A. 24 May, 1639, M.A. 12 Feb., 1641-2, brother of Humphrey.
Digby, Francis s. 'Tobiae,' of Northleach, co. Gloucester, p.p. Queen's Coll., matric. 29 March, 1672, aged 16; B.A. 1677, assistant to Dr. Busby at Westminster School. See Hearne, ii. 68; & Fasti, ii. 360.
Digby, George of co. Warwick, gent. Magdalen Coll., matric. 28 Jan., 1619-20, aged 19; demy 1619-21. See Bloxam, v. 100.
Digby, George 1s. (John), Earl of Bristol, admitted to Magdalen Coll. 15 Aug., 1626, created M.A. 31 Aug., 1636, 2nd Earl of Bristol 1653, and K.G., M.P. Dorset April-May, 1640 & 1640 (L.P.), until summoned to House of Lords as Baron Digby, 9 June, 1641, secretary of state to the King at Oxford 1643-9, high steward of the University 1643-6, restored by the King's commission 1660-3, sometime an exile beyond seas, born in Madrid Oct., 1612, died 20 March, 1676-7, aged 64. See Ath., iii. 1100; & D.N.B.
Digby, John of Rutland. Exeter Coll., matric.entry under date 3 Dec., 1575, aged 14; of Lincoln's Inn 1577, formerly of Barnard's Inn, probably of Seaton, Rutland, youngest son of Kenelm. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. [30]
Digby, John s. Sir George, admitted to Magdalen Coll. 1595, created M.A. 30 Aug., 1605, of the Inner Temple 1598 (as of Coleshill, co. Warwick, gent.), gentleman of the privy chamber 1605, and one of his majesty's carvers, knighted 16 Feb., 1605-6, M.P. Heydon April, 1610-11, P.C. 3 April, 1616, and vice-chamberlain of the household 1616-25, created Baron Digby 25 Nov., 1617, and Earl of Bristol 15 Sept., 1622, performed several embassies, died in Paris 21 Jan., 1651-2, father of George 1626, and John next named. See Ath., iii. 358; & D.N.B.
Digby, John born in London, 2s. John, Earl of Bristol. Magdalen Coll., matric. 12 May, 1634, aged 16; a general of horse under Ralph, Lord Hopton, M.P. Milbourne Port Dec., 1640 (L.P.), until disabled 5 Aug., 1642, died a secular priest at Pontoise. See Foster's Parliamentary Dictionary.
Digby, John s. William, Baron Digby. Magdalen Coll., matric. 10 Sept., 1703, aged 15; M.A. 8 May, 1707, M.P. Newark 1705, East Retford 1713-15, died unmarried, 1747, buried at Sherborne. See Foster's Peerage.
Digby, Sir Kenelm (son and heir of Sir Everard, of Dry Stoke, Rutland, knt.), of Gloucester Hall 1618, aged 15; knighted at Hinchinbrook 28 Oct., 1623, admiral of a fleet in the Levant 1628, 'imprisoned by the long parliament,' born 11 July, 1603, died in Covent Garden 11 June, 1665, buried in Christ Church, Newgate. See Ath., iii. 688; & D. N. B.
Digby, Kenelm gent. All Souls' Coll., matric. 20 Nov., 1650, B.C.L. 14 Dec., 1654, fellow, D.C.L. 14 June, 1665; demy Magdalen Coll. 1648-50 by the visitors, a member of Gray's Inn 1654, died in college 5 Nov., 1688, buried in the chapel, administration (at Oxford) granted 10 May, 1689. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.; Bloxam, v. 213; Ath., i., xxxv.; & Burrows, 172.
Digby, Leonard (Didgbye) of co. Worcester, gent., 8 Dec., 1587, aged 16; 'Mr. Case's scholar.' [5]
Digby, (Sir) Robert eq. fil. n. m. B.A. from Magdalen Coll. 3 July, 1598, created M.A. 10 July, 1598, of the Middle Temple 1595 (as son and heir of George, of Coleshill, co. Warwick, knt., deceased), M.P. Warwickshire 1601, privy councillor 1615, knighted in Dublin 4 Aug., 1596, M.P. Athy in Ireland 1613, died 24 May, 1618. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Digby, Robert of co. Warwick, eq. aur. fil. nat. max. Magdalen Coll., matric. 8 Nov., 1616, aged 17; probably the 1st Baron Digby, of Geashill, Ireland, so created 20 July, 1620, died 6 June, 1642. See Foster's Peerage.
Digby, Robert s. (Kildare), Baron of Geashill, in Ireland. Magdalen Coll., matric. 6 Nov., 1670, aged 16; created M.A. 11 July, 1676, 3rd Lord Digby, M.P. co. Warwick May, 1677, until he died unmarried 29 Dec., 1677, brother of Simon 1674. See Foster's Peerage.
Digby, Robert born at Coleshill, co. Warwick, s. William, Lord Digby. Magdalen Coll., matric. 12 July, 1708, aged 16; created M.A. 17 Oct., 1711, M.P. co. Warwick, 1722, until he died unmarried 19 April, 1726. See Foster's Peerage.
Digby, Simon M.A. Trinity Coll., Dublin (B.A. 1664), incorp. 11 July, 1676, D.D. by decree 12 Dec., 1677 (y.s. Essex, Bishop of Dromore), bishop of Limerick (Ardfert and Aghadoe) 19 March, 1678, bishop of Elphin 12 Jan., 1690-1, died 7 April, 1720, See Foster's Peerage; Cotton's Fasti Eccl. Hib., i. 387; & Fasti, ii. 365. [10]
Digby, Simon s. Kildare, Baron of Geashill. Magdalen Coll., matric. 1 July, 1674, aged 16; 4th Lord Digby, of Lincoln's Inn 1676, M.P. Warwickshire 1685, until he died 19 Jan., 1685-6, brother of Robert 1670. See Foster's Peerage.
Digbye, Thomas of co. Warwick, gent. Christ Church, matric. 15 Dec., 1592, aged 19; B.A. 16 June 1596, M.A. 21 May, 1599. See Alumni West., 63.
Digby, William born at Coleshill, co. Warwick, 3s. Kildare, Baron of Geashill. Magdalen Coll., matric. 16 May, 1679, aged 17; B.A. 1681, created D.C.L. 13 July, 1708, 5th Lord Digby, M.P. Warwick (town) 1689-98, was included in the great act of attainder passed by James's parliament in Dublin, died in Dec., 1752, father of Robert 1708, and of the next named. See Foster's Peerage & D. N. B.
Digby, Wriothesley s. William, Baron Digby. Magdalen Coll., matric. 9 March, 1713-14, aged 16, B.A. 1716; B.C.L. from All Souls' Coll. 1721, D.C.L. 1726, bar.-at-law, Middle Temple, 1725, died 12 May, 1767. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Digges, (Sir) Dudley of Kent. University Coll., matric. 18 July, 1600, aged 17 (as arm.); B.A. 1 July, 1601, knighted at Whitehall 29 April, 1607, M.P. Tewkesbury April, 1610-11, 1614, 1621-2, 1624-5, 1625-6, Kent 1628-9, gentleman of the privy chamber 1618, a master in chancery 1631-7, bencher, Gray's Inn, 1631, master of the rolls 1638, until his death 18 March, 1639, father of the next and of Thomas 1626. See Foster's Parliamentary Dictionary; Ath., ii. 634; & D.N.B. [15]
Digges, Dudley s. Dudley, of Chilham, Kent, militis. University Coll., matric. 18 June, 1630, aged 16, B.A. 17 Jan., 1631-2; fellow of All Souls' Coll. 1632, M.A. 15 Oct., 1635, incorp. at Cambridge 1637, a member of Gray's Inn 1641, died at Oxford of the camp fever 1 Oct., 1643, buried in All Souls' Chapel, brother of Thomas 1626. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.; Ath., iii. 63; & D.N.B.
Digges, Dudley arm. Wadham Coll., matric. 20 July, 1654; fellow of All Souls' Coll., of Gray's Inn 1655, as 2nd son of Thomas, of Chilham Castle, Kent, brother of Maurice 1650. See Gardiner, 205; & Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.
Digges, Edward s. E., of Chilham, Kent, gent. Wadham Coll., matric. 8 Dec., 1682, aged 17; fellow All Souls' Coll., B.A. 1686, M.A. 1690, incorp. at Cambridge 1702, vicar of Elmley, Kent, 1699, rector of Welwyn, Herts, 1700. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Digges, John s. Leonard, of London, ('Cant. in 4to.'), gent. Christ Church, matric. 16 Feb., 1703-4, aged 17; of Chilham Castle, Kent. and perhaps of Lincoln's Inn 1699, died in 1720, brother of Thomas 1709. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Digges, Leonard 2s. James, of Kent, died about 1574, father of Thomas, who died about 1595. See Ath. Ox., i. 414. [20]
Digges, Leonard (or Digs) of London, gent. University Coll., matric. 1 July, 1603, aged 15; B.A. 31 Oct., 1606, created M.A. in congregation 20 Nov., 1626 (son of Thomas, of Chilham, Kent), died 7 April, 1635, brother of Sir Dudley. See Fasti, i. 428; & Ath., ii. 592.
Digges, Leonard s. Thomas, of Chilham Castle, Kent, gent. Christ Church, matric. 17 May, 1670, aged 17, B.A. 1674; B.C.L. from All Souls' Coll. 1676, of Chilham Castle, bar.-at-law, Middle Temple, 1683, died in 1717, father of John 1704, and of Thomas 1709. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Digges, (Sir) Maurice. Wadham Coll. matric. 14 Nov., 1650 (as gent.); of Gray's Inn 1652 (as son and heir of Thomas, of Chilham Castle, Kent, esq.), created a baronet 6 March, 1665-6, in the lifetime of his father, but died s.p., 1666. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.
Digges, Richard s. John, of Pirton, Wilts, B.A. 27 May, 1579, perhaps bar.-at-law, Lincoln's Inn, 1589 (as of Wilts, sometime of New Inn), bencher 1608, serjt.-at-law 1623, M.P. Marlborough in 9 parliaments, 1597-8, 1601, 1604-11, 1614, 1621-2, 1624-5, 1625, 1626, 1628-9, father of William 1604. See Foster's Judges and Barristers & Parliamentary Dictionary.
Digges, Thomas s. Leonard, of Wotton, Kent, muster-master of the English army in the low countries, died 24 Aug., 1595, buried in the chancel of St. Mary-the-Virgin, in Aldermanbury, London. See Ath., i. 636. [25]
Digges, Thomas 1s. Dudley, of Chilham, Kent, militis. University Coll., matric. 2 June, 1626, aged 16; B.A. 22 Jan., 1628-9, of Chilham Castle and of Gray's Inn 1631, died in 1687, brother of Dudley and father of Leonard 1670, Dudley 1654, and Maurice 1650. See Foster's Gray's Inn Reg.
Digges, Thomas s. Leonard, of London, arm. Christ Church, matric. 8 June, 1709, aged 18; of the Middle Temple 1709, became a colonel in the army, sold the castle and manor of Chilham, brother of John. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Digges, William of Wilts, gent. Exeter Coll., matric. 23 March, 1603-4, aged 15; bar.-at-law, Lincoln's Inn, 1613 (as son of Richard), aged 36, at the Heralds' Visitation in 1623. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Diggle, Edmund s. Edmund, of Sutterton, co. Lincoln, sacerd. Magdalen Coll., matric. 26 Oct., 1627, aged 17; demy 1626-31, B.A. 28 Jan., 1629-30, fellow 1631, M.A. 20 Oct., 1632 (incorp. at Cambridge 1637), B.D. 16 March, 1640-1, (nominated D.D. but refused to be created 1646), D.D. 17 June, 1661, ejected from his fellowship 1648, restored 1660, and resigned 1668, vice-president 1662, treasurer Lichfield Cathedral 1660, canon and archdeacon of York 1663, rector of Slymbridge 1667, canon of Ripon 1667, died 1 Aug., 1688. See Bloxam, v. 120; Fasti, ii. 100, 256; & Burrows.
Diggles, Christopher (Dygles) fellow of New Coll. 1562-73, from city of Lincoln, B.C.L. 19 Feb., 1569-70, rector of Partney, co. Lincoln, 1585, preb. of Lincoln 1592. See Foster's Index. [5]
Diggons, Thomas (Diggens) born in Chichester, demy Magdalen Coll. 1565-71, B.A. 23 Oct., 1570, fellow 1571-3, M.A. 17 July, 1574, vicar of Sela alias Beeding 1574, of Willingdon 1578, rector of Littlington 1584, all in Sussex, canon of Chichester 1588. See Bloxam, iv. 165; & Foster's Index.
Dighton, John s. John, of Horstow, co. Lincoln, arm. University Coll., matric. 8 Dec., 1626, aged 16; B.A. 8 July, 1630, M.A. 3 July, 1633.
Dighton, John pleb. Trinity Coll., matric. 4 March, 1652-3, an extra licentiate of the College of Physicians 1665, practising at Bristol. See Munk's Roll, i. 351.
Dighton, John (Deighton) pleb. Trinity Coll., matric. 26 Oct., 1660.
Dighton, Richard B.A. 5 July, 1536, M.A. 4 June, 1540. [10]
Dighton, Richard s. Henry, of Clifford, co. Gloucester, arm. St. John's Coll., matric. 14 March, 1680-1, aged 16; bar.-at-law, Middle Temple, 1687. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Dighton, Robert of Lincoln Coll., B.A. (sup. Oct.) 1535; fellow of Magdalen Coll. 1536, M.A. 2 May, 1539 (usher of Magdalen School 1539-40), lecturer in natural philosophy 1542, until his death in 1546. See Bloxam, iii. 96.
Dighton, William of Queen's Coll., 1682. See Deighton, page 392.
Diglen, Gilbert of co. Warwick, gent. St. Edmund Hall, matric. 22 Oct., 1591, aged 21; B.A. from St. Alban Hall 10 April, 1592, formerly of Christ's College, Cambridge. See O.H.S., x. 370.
Digweed, Richard of Southwark, Surrey, pleb. St. Alban Hall, matric. 19 June, 1674, aged 14; B.A. 1678. [15]
Dilke, Fisher of co. Warwick, gent. Magdalen Hall, matric. 30 March, 1610, aged 18; B.A. 1 July, 1612, M.A. 31 May, 1615, of Shustock, co. Warwick (2nd son of Sir Thomas, of Maxstoke Castle, co. Warwick), died in June, 1660, aged 65, brother of Thomas 1607.
Dilk, Fisher s. Samuel, of Haselor, co. Stafford, gent. Oriel Coll., matric. 12 May, 1673, aged 18; of Wolston, co. Warwick, admitted to the Middle Temple 1679, assumed the name of Wentworth in lieu of Dilk, and died in 1710, brother of Thomas 1678. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Dilke, Nathaniel of co. Leicester, gent. Lincoln Coll., matric. 16 June, 1598, aged 16.
Dilke, Thomas of co. Warwick, militis fil. Magdalen Hall, matric. 11 Dec., 1607, aged 16; of the Middle Temple 1609, as son and heir of Thomas, of Maxtoke, co. Warwick, knight; brother of Fisher 1610. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg.
Dilke, Thomas s. Sam., of Haselor, co. Stafford, gent. Oriel Coll., matric. 18 March, 1677-8, aged 16; sometime in the army, 'a poet and playwriter,' brother of Fisher 1673. See Rawlinson, i. 428.
Dill, Joseph s. St., of Linkinhorne, Cornwall, pleb. Exeter Coll., matric. 26 March, 1686, aged 18; B.A. 1689, rector of St. Juste, Cornwall, 1695. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus. [21]
Dilland, Israel of Berks, pleb. Magdalen Hall, matric. 16 Nov., 1604, aged 16; B.A. from Hart Hall 30 May, 1608, M.A. 5 July, 1611, bar.-at-law, Gray's Inn, 1617. See Foster's Judges and Barristers.
Dilling, Thomas s. William, of Clyst Honiton, Devon, pleb. Balliol Coll., matric. 17 Dec., 1713, aged 18; B.A. 1717.
Dilling, William s. William, of Pinhoe, Devon, pleb. Exeter Coll., matric. 25 Feb., 1684-5, aged 18.
Dillingham, Henry s. Samuel, of Hadleigh, Essex, s.t.d. Merton Coll., matric. 6 March, 1667-8, aged 17; B.A. 1671, M.A. 1674, will, etc., at Oxford dated 8 March, 1675. [25]
Dillingham, John B.A. from Sydney Sussex Coll., Cambridge, 1635, incorp. as B.D. 14 July, 1657. See Add. MS., 15,671, p. 256.
Dillingham, Thomas B.A. from Christ's Coll., Cambridge, 1612, incorp. as M.A. 9 July, 1616, rector of Barnwell All Saints, Northants, 1618, and of Barnwell St. Andrew 1639. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dillingham, Thomas fellow of Clare Hall., Cambridge, B.A. 1681, M.A. 1683, incorp. 11 July, 1693, rector of Harrington, co. Lincoln, 1699, and of Barnwell All Saints, Northants, 1702, vicar of Everton, Beds, with Tetsworth, Hunts, 1705. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dillington, Edward s. Rob., of Isle of Wight, bart. Trinity Coll., matric. 14 March, 1672-3, aged 17; M.P. Newport, Isle of Wight, June, 1689-Feb., 1690. See Foster's Parliamentary Dictionary.
Dillington, (Sir) Robert Queen's Coll., matric. 9 Dec., 1653 (as arm.); 2nd baronet, of Gray's Inn 1654 (as son and heir of Robert, of Mottistone, Isle of Wight), M.P. Newport, Isle of Wight, in 4 parliaments, Nov., 1670-81, died about 1687. See Foster's Parliamentary Dictionary & Gray's Inn Reg. [30]
Dillington, (Sir) Robert 1s. Robert, of Isle of Wight, bart. Queen's Coll., matric. 1 June, 1682, aged 17; 3rd baronet, M.P. Newport, Isle of Wight, 1689, until his death about June, 1689. See Foster's Parliamentary Dictionary.
Dillon, Bartholomew of Dublin, gent.; privilegiatus 11 Jan., 1593-4, aged 25; one of these names of Riverstown, co. Meath, died in Dublin 6 March, 1633, buried at Tarah; however, he was said to be 24 years old at the death (27 July, 1597) of his father, Sir Robert Dillon, chief justice of the Court of Common Pleas, Ireland.
Dillon, Israel of Magdalen Hall 1604. See Dilland.
Dillon, John of Devon, arm. Exeter Coll., matric. 15 March, 1604-5, aged 15.
Dillon, Robert of Devon, arm. Exeter Coll., matric. 13 July, 1604, aged 18; of the Middle Temple 1605 (as son and heir of William, of Harte, Devon, esquire), baptized at Braunton, Devon, 27 March, 1582, died about 1664. See Foster's Inns of Court Reg. [35]
Dillon, Thomas bishop of Kildare, died in 1531. See Ath., ii. 738.
Dillon, Wentworth (4th) Earl of Roscommon (s. James, earl), created D.C.L. 22 May, 1683, of the Middle Temple 1682, captain of the band of gentleman pensioners temp. Charles II., master of the horse to Josepha, Duchess of York; a celebrated poet, died 17 Jan., 1684, buried in Westminster Abbey. See Fasti, ii. 389; & D.N.B.
Dillon, William of Northants, gent. New Coll., matric. 24 April, 1618, aged 20; B.C.L. 28 May, 1624, D.C.L. 30 June, 1630, rector of Farthingston, Northants, 1630, until sequestered 11 Oct., 1643, rector of Shenley, Bucks, 1630, perhaps son of Ambrose. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dillworth, — (Dilworth) of co. Lancaster, pleb. Magdalen Coll., matric.-entry under date 8 Dec., 1578, aged 16.
Dillworthe, John of co. Lancaster, pleb. St. Mary Hall, matric. 19 Oct., 1604, aged 20; B.A. from Brasenose Coll. 2 May, 1608, M.A. 29 April, 1611, rector of Hargrave, Northants, 1610, vicar of Brigstock 1616. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dillworth, John (Dilworth) B.A. from St. Mary Hall 17 Dec., 1645. [5]
Dillworth, Thomas of Wilts, gent. Hart Hall, matric. 23 Oct., 1601, aged 20; B.A. from Exeter Coll. 20 June, 1605; M.A. from Christ Church 7 July, 1608, vicar of Grantham (north part) 1608. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dimblebie, Robert of Northants, pleb. Lincoln Coll., matric.-entry under date circa 1581, aged 11.
Dimock, Henry 'bookseller,' s. Arth., of Oxford (city); privilegiatus 5 June, 1668, aged 22; will proved at Oxford 21 Oct., 1690, as 'stationer.'
Dimott, John s. John, of Newton St. Loe, Somerset, pleb. New Coll., matric. 16 Dec., 1714, aged 17; B.A. from St. Mary Hall 18 June, 1718, rector of Somershall Herbert, co. Derby, 1747, and vicar of Church Broughton 1748. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dimsdale, Thomas B.A. Cambridge, incorp. 24 April, 1573, M.A. 6 July, 1573, perhaps will at Oxford, proved 28 Jan., 1578, as John Dynsdale. See O.H.S., x. 363. [10]
Dine See Dive.
Dingley, Charles s. Henry, of Oxford (city), cler. Magdalen Coll., matric. 5 Dec., 1709, aged 17; chorister 1702-10, clerk 1710-20, B.A. 1713, M.A. 1716, chaplain 1720-8, rector of St. Peter-le-Bailey, Oxford, 1719, until his death 4 Dec., 1728. See Bloxam, i. 127; & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dingley, Edward of co. Worcester, arm. fil. nat. max. St. John's Coll., matric. 15 Nov., 1616, aged 15. (Memo.: Edward Dineley, of Charlton, in Cropthorne, co. Worcester (son of Henry), died 4 March, 1646, aged 46, probably brother of Philip 1621.) See Visitations of Worcester, 1683, p. 41.
Dineley, Hary (or Henry Dyngley) of co. Worcester, arm. St. Edmund Hall, matric. 14 Jan., 1594-5, aged 13. See Visitations of Worcester 1683, p. 40.
Dingley, Henry s. Charles, of Isle of Wight, gent. Magdalen Coll., matric. 23 Aug., 1682, aged 17, demy 1682-6, B.A. 1686; M.A. from Hart Hall 1689, curate of Carfax, probably brother of William 1691, and father of Charles 1709. See Bloxam, vi. 40. [15]
Dingley, James s. John, of Lewanick, Cornwall, paup. Trinity Coll., matric. 12 March, 1674-5, aged 19; B.A. from Oriel Coll. 1678, vicar of South Petherwin, Cornwall, 1682-95. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dingley, James s. John, of Cuthbert, Cornwall, cler. Exeter Coll., matric. 22 April, 1684, aged 18.
Dingley, John of Cornwall, gent. Broadgates Hall, matric. 22 March, 1604-5, aged 20; B.A. 13 Feb., 1609-10.
Dingley, (Sir) John of co. Southants. Hart Hall, matric. 31 Jan., 1605-6, aged 16 (as arm.), subscribed 21 Feb., 1605-6; probably knighted 31 Aug., 1614.
Dingley, John s. John, of St. Miniver, Cornwall, 'Pedag.' Wadham Coll., matric. 18 March, 1635-6, aged 17; scholar 1639, B.A. 16 Feb., 1640-1, M.A. 6 March, 1644-5, fellow 1646, expelled by the visitors in 1648, vicar of Cubert, alias St. Cuthbert, Cornwall, deprived, father of James 1684. See Walker's Sufferings; Gardiner, 128; & Burrows, 91,162. [20]
Dingley, John s. John, of Isle of Wight, arm. Christ Church, matric. 19 July, 1662, aged 20; brother of William 1665.
Dingley, John s. Charles, of Redmarley, co. Worcester, gent. Hart Hall, matric. 30 March, 1680, aged 18.
Dingley, Philip of co. Worcester, arm. fil. nat. max. Brasenose Coll., matric. 2 Nov., 1621, aged 18; probably brother of Edward Dingley or Dineley 1616.
Dingley, Robert born in Surrey, 2s. John, of London, equitis. Magdalen Coll., matric. 10 Oct., 1634, aged 15; demy 1634-8, B.A. 27 Jan., 1637-8, fellow 1638-44, M.A. 3 Nov., 1640, rector of Brightestone alias Brixton, Isle of Wight, 1648, until his death 12 Jan., 1659-60, buried in the chancel. See Ath., iii. 487; Bloxam, v. 133; & D.N.B.
Dingley, Roger B.A. (sup. 24 June), 1506; fellow All Souls' Coll. 1511, M.A. 29 Nov., 1513 (guardian of the Ruthbery chest in summer 1514), proctor 1518, B.D. 16 June, 1523, D.D. 11 June. 1526. See O.H.S., i. 46. [25]
Dingley, Thomas of co. Worcester, gent. St. John's Coll., matric. 18 March, 1604-5, aged 18, B.A. 6 June, 1608; B.C.L. from All Souls' Coll. 12 July, 1614, rector of Monks Risborough, Bucks, 1618. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dingley, William B.A. 12 July, 1535, perhaps chaplain of St. Paul's, London, 1531.
Dingley, William s. John, of Isle of Wight, gent. Hart Hall, matric. 8 Dec., 1665, aged 18; B.A. from New Coll. 1671, M.A. 14 Jan., 1674-5 (incorp. at Cambridge 1679), proctor 1682, vicar of Chesterton, Oxon, 1678, brother of John 1662. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dingley, William s. C., of Newport, Isle of Wight, gent. Corpus Christi Coll., matric. 23 May, 1691, aged 18; B.A. 29 Jan., 1694-5, fellow, M.A. 26 Feb., 1697-8, B.D. 19 July, 1707, perpetual curate of Warborough, Oxon, rector of All Saints Pavement, York, 1722, until his death there 16 May, 1735, buried in his church 18th, brother of Henry 1682. See Rawlinson, iii. 419; & Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.
Dinham See Dynham. [30]
Dinsdale, John (Dynsdale) M.A.; will at Oxford proved 28 Jan., 1578. See Thomas Dimsdale.
Diodate, Charles s. Theodore, of London, Middlesex, med. doc. Trinity Coll., matric. 7 Feb., 1622-3, aged 13 (subscribed himself as 'Deodatus'); B.A. 10 Dec., 1625, M.A. 8 July, 1628, incorp. at Cambridge 1629, practiced physic in Cheshire, a schoolfellow and friend of Milton, buried in St. Anne's, Blackfriars, 27 Aug., 1638. See D.N.B. & St. Paul's School Reg., 34.
Diodate, John s. J., of London, gent. Balliol Coll., matric. 6 April, 1709, aged 16; B.A. 1712, M.A. 1715, B.Med. 1718, D.Med. 1722, fellow College of Physicians 1724, F.R.S. 1724, entered Merchant Taylors' School 1705, born 26 Oct., 1690, died 23 May, 1727. See Robinson, ii. 16; & Munk's Roll, ii. 87.
Dirkin, John of Kent, pleb. Merton Coll., matric. 24 Nov., 1581, aged 17; B.A. 10 July, 1584, rector of Monk Silver 1589, and of Woollavington, Somerset, 1592. See Foster's Index Ecclesiasticus.