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Alumni Oxonienses: The Members of the University of Oxford, 1715-1886; Their ...
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Alumni Oxonienses: The Members of the University of Oxford, 1715 ..., Volume 3
University of Oxford,Joseph Foster
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Alumni Oxonienses: The Members of the University of Oxford ..., Volumes 3-4
University of Oxford
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12 June 18 March 24 March 25 June aged 15 aged 16 aged 17 aged 18 aged 19 aged 20 aged 21 ALBAN HALL Alexander April Arthur BALLIOL COLL bar.-at-law baronet Bart Berks BRASENOSE COLL Cambridge B.A. cester Charles Cheshire CHRIST CHURCH cler Cornwall CORPUS CHRISTI COLL created D.C.L. created M.A. Davies death Devon died s.p. Dorset Dublin Earl EDMUND HALL Edward Essex EXETER COLL fellow Foster's Baronetage Foster's Peerage Francis Frederick gent George Gloucester Hants Hereford HERTFORD COLL incorp Inner Temple James JESUS COLL JOHN'S COLL Joseph July Kent Lancaster LINCOLN COLL Lincoln's Inn London MAGDALEN HALL MARY HALL matric MERTON COLL Middle Temple Middlesex NoN-CoLL Northants o.s. John ORIEL COLL Oxon PEMBROKE COLL pleb privilegiatus QUEEN'S COLL rector Richard Robert Salop Samuel scholar Somerset Stafford Surrey Sussex UNIVERSITY COLL vicar WADHAM COLL Warwick Wilts WORCESTER COLL York
Page 7 - His Royal Highness was born at Buckingham Palace 9 Nov. 1841, created Prince of Wales and Earl of Chester, by Patent under the Great Seal, 4 Dec. 1841, baptized at St. George's Chapel, Windsor Castle, 25 Jan. 1842.
Page 7 - Prince of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, PRINCE of WALES, Duke of Saxony, Prince of Coburg and Gotha, Great Steward of Scotland, Duke of Cornwall and Rothsay, Earl of Chester, Carrick, and Dublin, Baron of Renfrew, and Lord of the Isles, KG His Royal Highness was born at Buckingham Palace 9 Nov.
Page 10 - Francis ALBERT Augustus Charles Emanuel Duke of Saxony, Prince of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha...
Page 190 - Allen, Greek Professor in the University of Pennsylvania. With a Supplementary Essay on Philidor as Chess-Author and Chess-Player, by Tassilo von...
Page 2 - University, from 1564 to 1700, permission having been kindly afforded me. There will be more than one hundred thousand entries, name, parentage, residence, age, &c. It will be invaluable, as such a list never will be printed. I have already identified numbers of our early New England families, and among other things settled the ancestry of the famous...
Page 199 - Oxford, 1832-48; public orator of the university, 1842-48; regius professor of divinity, canon of Christ Church, and rector of Ewelme, Oxford, 1848-65; bishop of Chester, 1865 till his death.
Page 274 - His lordship, who had frequently received the thanks of Parliament for his military services, had received the Gold Cross and one clasp for Vittoria, Pyrenees, Nivelle, Nive, and Orthes; and the silver war medal, with one clasp, for Toulouse ; he was also Knight of the Order of Maria Theresa of Austria and of St. George of Russia. The commissions of the venerable deceased bore date as follows : — Ensign, September...
Page 2 - It will he invaluable, as such a list never will be printed. I have already identified numbers of our early New England families, and among other things settled the ancestry of the famous Anne Hutchinson, as well as completed my chain of evidence disproving the Washington pedigree. On the 16th of October, 1869, lie wrote from Oxford that he was there, and would remain till Christmas, and would complete his copy of the Matriculation Register to that year; "so that," he adds, "I shall have it perfect...
Page 19 - Alleyne, Thomas S. Reynold of the Isle of Barbados. Arm. Queen's Coll. matric. 2 Nov. 1725 aged 18 years, admitted to the Middle Temple 6 April, 1726. (Alumni Oxonienses, 1715—1886.) W.
Page 251 - Chnich ; matric. at Brasenose Coll.3 July, 1722, aged 18; BA 1726; MA 1731 ; DD by diploma 23 Feb. 174950 ; then preb. of St. Paul's. (2) William Dodwell, matric. Trinity College, March 23, 1725-6, aged 15; BA 1729; MA 1732; DD by diploma Feb. 23, 1749-50; then preb. of Sarum.