Arms Fellows & Presidents 1600-99



c1600
?Robert Withers, B.A. Rector of Willian, Herts., Vicar of Willen, Bucks. d.1653.
1600-1617 &
1622-1631
JOHN MANSELL, M.A., B.D., D.D. Senior Bursar. PRESIDENT 1622-31. Vice-Chancellor. Rector of St Botolph's, Cambridge. d.1631.
1601-1619
Alexander Chaderton, M.A., B.D. Rector of Riseholme, Lincs., of All Saints, Hastings. d.1636.
1601-1611
Stephen Nettles, M.A., B.D. Rector of Alderton, Suff., Vicar of Great Tey, Essex. Controversialist. d. 1637.
1601-1635
George Porter, M.A., LL.D. Regius Professor of Civil Law. d.1635.
1605-1612
Nathaniel Bound, M.A., B.D. Rector of Handsworth, Yorks., of Great Braxted, Essex, of Springfield Richards, Essex. d.1638.
1605-1616
Giles Bury, M.A., B.D., D.D. Rector of Bradwell-by-Sea, Essex, Prebendary of St Paul's.
1605-1616
Stephen Haggett, M.A., B.D. Proctor. Vicar of St Andrew the Great, Cambridge, of Wigtoft, Lincs., Rector of Great Mongeham, Kent. d.c1618.
1607-1618
Thomas Bendish, M.A. Taxor.
1607-1610
Paul Bulkeley, M.A. d.1610.
1608-1613
Edmund Bardsey, M.A., D.D. Vicar of Scalford, Leics., Rector of Hickling, Notts. d.1653.
1608-1618
Laurence Bretton, M.A., B.D., D.D. Vicar of Hitcham, Suffolk.
1608-1614
George Davenant, M.A. Brother of Dr John Davenant. d.1614.
1608-1617
John Towers or Tower, M.A., B.D., D.D. Rector of Castle Ashby, Northants., of Yardley Hastings, Northants., Vicar of Halifax, Yorks., Rector of Castor, Northants., Dean of Peterborough, Dean and Prebendary of Westminster. Bishop of Peterborough, Chaplain to King Charles I. Prisoner in the Tower of London as an ardent Royalist. d.1649.
c1609-?1620
Thomas Grouse, M.A., B.D. (Fellow in University Lists and in Tutor lists, but not in Venn). Vicar of Oakington, Cambs., ?Rector of Walsoken, Norf., Vicar of Gedney, Lincs. d.1635.
1610-1643
William Cox, M.A., LL.D. Taxor.
1611-1622
John Preston, M.A., B.D., D.D. Dean and Catechist. Master of Emmanuel 1622-28. Prebendary of Lincoln, Chaplain to Charles, Prince of Wales. Professor of Theology at Dublin, Preacher at Lincoln's Inn. Prominent Puritan. Highly popular tutor, 'the greatest pupil-monger in England'. d.1628.
1611-1628
James Betton, M.A., B.D., D.D. Vicar of St Mary, Shrewsbury.
1611-1618
Abdias Cole, M.A., B.D. ?Rector of Ashington and Buncton, Sussex.
1611-1630
William Roberts, M.A., B.D., D.D. Proctor. Sub-Almoner of Charles I. Rector of Llandyrnog, Denbighs, Prebendary of Lincoln, Sub-Dean of Wells, Bishop of Bangor and Archdeacon of Anglesey (sequestered 1649-60, restored 1660). d.1665.
1612-1623
George Murray, M.A., B.D. Rector of Bury, Lancs., Prebendary of Lichfield. d.1633.
1613-1629
Henry Halls, M.A., B.D.
1613-1618
Edmund Topclyff, M.A. Rector of Morley, Norfolk.
1615-1625
Edward Davenant, M.A., B.D., D.D. Rector of Poulshot, Wilts., Vicar of Gillingham, Dorset, Rector of North Morton, Bucks., Archdeacon of Berkshire, Treasurer of Salisbury. Eminent Mathematician. Nephew of Dr John Davenant. d.1680.
1615-1626
John Etheridge, M.A., B.D. Vicar of Oakington, Cambs., Rector of Fairstead, Essex, of Halstead, Essex.
1616-1628
William Buckby, M.A., B.D. ?Rector of St Andrew's, Hertford, Rector of Clifton, Beds. d.1649.
1617-1627
John Goodwin, M.A. Vicar of St Stephen's, Coleman Street, London. Independent minister and Republican controversialist. d.1665.
1617-1623
William Holmes, M.A., B.D. Vicar of Meldreth, Cambs., of Raunds, Northants. d.1653.
1617-1644 &
1660-1662
EDWARD MARTIN, M.A., B.D., D.D. Praelector geometricus, Censor Theologicus and Philosophicus, Dean of Chapel. PRESIDENT 1631-44 and 1660-61. Scrutator. Vicar of Oakington, Cambs., Rector of Covington, Cambs., of Uppingham, Rutland, of Houghton Conquest, Beds., of Doddington, Cambs. Chaplain to Archbishop William Laud. Leading High Churchman. Ejected 1644. Arrested by Col. Oliver Cromwell in 1642 and imprisoned in the Tower of London and later briefly in a prison ship on the Thames, escaped 1648, in exile in France from 1652. Dean of Ely at the Restoration. d.1662.
1617-1627
Henry Meriton, M.A. Rector of Kings Ripton, Hunts., of Stilton, Hunts., of Oxburgh, Norfolk.
1617-1632
John Pleys or Place, M.A., B.D. Rector of Little Eversden, Cambs., ? of Denchworth, Berks., Vicar of Ardington, Berks. d.1639.
1617-1642
Robert Ward, M.A., B.D. Proctor. Vicar of Oakington, Cambs.
1618-1624
Lewis Wemys, B.D., D.D. A national of Scotland and elected under Royal Mandate as he was born out of the Realm of England. Vicar of Gedney, Lincs., Rector of Finmere, Oxon., of Wheathampstead, Herts., of Lambourne, Essex, Prebendary of Westminster. d.1659.
1619-1630
John Thorpe, M.A., B.D. Taxor. ?Rector of Boscombe, Wilts., Prebendary of Salisbury. d.c1632.
1622-1628
Cressy Clarke, M.A., B.D. Rector of Nacton, Suffolk.
1623-1633 &
1644-1647
HERBERT PALMER, M.A., B.D. Greek Praelector. PRESIDENT 1644-47. University Preacher. Vicar of Ashwell, Herts. Lecturer at Westminster Abbey, Member of the Westminster Assembly. d.1647.
1624-1633
Robert Cottisford, M.A., D.D. Vicar of Canewdon, Essex., Rector of Englefield, Berks., of Stanningfield, Suff., of Stansfield, Suff., of Monks Eleigh, Suff., of Hadleigh, Suffolk, Prebendary of St Paul's. d.1660.
1624-1634
Thomas Eales, M.A., B.D. Rector of South Runcton, Norfolk. d.1661.
1624-1633
Edmund Stubbing or Stubbin, M.A., B.D. Minister of St Botolph's, Cambridge, ? Rector of Rampton, Cambs. d.1659.
1625-1644
George Bardsey, M.A., B.D., D.D. Ejected in 1644. Vicar of Arkesden, Essex. d.1646.
1625-1626
William Belke, M.A., D.D. Rector of Wootton, Kent, Perp. Curate of Wye, Kent, Vicar of Chilham, Kent, Rector of Wickhambreux, Kent, Prebendary of Canterbury. d.1676.
1625-1627
Mark Sherman, M.A. Rector of Claydon, Suff., of Orlestone, Kent. d.1665.
1625-1633
Robert Townson, M.A. Taxor. Prebendary of Salisbury. Son of Robert Townson (1597) and Nephew of Dr John Davenant. d.1633.
1628-1644
Gamaliel Capell, M.A., B.D., D.D. Expelled in 1644. Rector of Icklingham, Suff., of Stanton All Saints, Suffolk. d.1666.
1628-1644
Daniel Chandler, M.A., B.D. Proctor. Ejected in 1644. Rector of Heapham, Lincs., Vicar of Oakington, Cambs.
1628-1631
Aaron Geurdain, M.A., M.D.(Rheims), Hon.F.R.C.P. Physician in London. d.?1657.
1628-1644
Thomas Marley, M.A., B.D. Ejected in 1644. Rector of St Botolph's, Cambridge, of Little Eversden, Cambs.
1628-1635
James Stanynough, M.A. d.1635.
1629-1639
Joseph Plume, M.A., B.D. Rector of Black Notley, Essex, of Little Saxham, Suff., of Great Easton, Essex. d.1686.
1629-1644
Daniel Wicherley, M.A., B.D., D.D. Ejected in 1644. Rector of St Botolph's, Cambridge, ? of Henningstone, Suffolk.
1630-1633
Michael Chambers, M.A. d.1633.
1630-1634
Peter Hardres, M.A., B.D., D.D. Rector of Upper Hardres, Kent, Prebendary of Canterbury. d.1678.
1631-1635
Thomas Gooday, M.A. d.1635.
1632-1644 &
1660-1680
Richard Bryan, M.A., B.D. Ejected in 1644. Proctor. Vice-President. Vicar of St Botolph's, Cambridge, Rector of Hadstock, Essex, of Little Eversden, Cambs. d.1680.
1632-1644 &
1660-1671
Edward Kempe, M.A., B.D. Ejected in 1644. Alleged to be a covert Catholic. Rector of Little Eversden, Cambs., Vicar of Oakington, Cambs. d.1671.
1632-1639
Gilbert Wigmore, M.A., B.D., D.D. Rector of Snailwell, Cambs., of Little Shelford, Cambs. Father of Gilbert Wigmore, Steward of the College Courts. d.1682.
1633-1642
James Benchkin or Benskin, M.A., B.D. Vicar of 'Relishall', Suffolk.
1633-1636
Thomas Cantrell, M.A. d.1636.
1633-1644
John Coldham, M.A., B.D. Ejected in 1644.
1633-1644 &
1660-1662
Samuel Rogers, M.A.,?B.D.(Oxon), D.D. Taxor. Ejected in 1644. Prebendary of Salisbury. d.1669.
1633-1644 &
1662-1667
ANTHONY SPARROW, M.A., B.D., D.D. Ejected in 1644. PRESIDENT 1662-67 (elected by Royal Mandate). Vice-Chancellor. Rector of Hawkedon, Suffolk, Archdeacon of Sudbury, Prebendary of Ely, Bishop of Exeter, then of Norwich. d.1685.
1634-1644 &
1661-1667
Ambrose Appleby, M.A., B.D., D.D. Ejected in 1644. Vicar of Oakington, Cambs., of St Botolph's, Cambridge. d.1667.
c1634-1644 &
1660-
Arthur Walpole, M.A., M.D. Ejected in 1644.
1635-1644
Heigham Hills, M.A., B.D. Bursar. Ejected in 1644.
1635-1644
Edward Natley, M.A. Ejected in 1644. ?Rector of Sedlescombe, Sussex.
1636-1644
Thomas Cox, M.A. Ejected in 1644. ?Vicar of Oakley, Bucks. d.1654.
1636-1644 &
1660-1661
Michael Freer, M.A., M.D. Ejected in 1644. ?Master of Oakham Grammar School. d.1661.
c1637
?John Warren, M.A. (Mentioned as a Fellow in University Register, but not in Venn). ?Rector of Little Bradley, Suff., and ? of Lawford, Essex. d.1664.
1637-1644 &
1667-1675
WILLIAM WELLS, M.A., D.D. Ejected in 1644. PRESIDENT 1667-75 (elected by Royal Mandate). Vice-Chancellor. Rector of Sandon, Essex, of Little Shelford, Cambs. Archdeacon of Colchester. d.1675.
c1639
Sir Francis Brampston, M.A., Kt. Counsel to the University. Barrister. Bencher in the Middle Temple, Knight, Baron of the Exchequer. d.1683.
1642
Charles Appleford, B.A. ?Rector of Chilbolton, Hants.
1642-1644
Jasper Whitehead, B.A. Ejected in 1644.
c1643
Edward Bigland, M.A., M.P. Serjeant-at-Law. Recorder of Nottingham, Member of Parliament for Nottingham. Son of Edward Bigland (1599). d.1704.
1644-1647
William Ames or Amyes, M.A.
1644-1648
Francis Barksdale, M.A.(Oxon.), M.D. Taxor. Fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford, 1648-53. Candidate R.C.P.
1644-?1648
Samuel Glover, M.A. Rector of East Farndon, Northants. d.1659.
1644-1650
John Hoare, M.A. Ejected in 1650. ?Rector of Shere, Surrey. d.1659.
1644-1646
Nathaniel Ingelo, M.A.(Edin.), D.D. Rector of Piddlehinton, Dorset. Fellow of Eton. Musician. d.1683.
1644-1650
John Jackson, M.A. Ejected in 1650.
c1644
John Pypard or Pipard, B.A.(Glasgow). Taxor.
1644-1650
Samuel Sillesby, M.A., B.D. Vice-President. Proctor.
1644-1652
John Smith, M.A. Distinguished theologian at the forefront of the 'Cambridge Platonist' movement. Author. d.1652.
1644-1645
John Wallys, M.A., D.D.(Oxon.), F.R.S. Savilian Professor of Geometry at Oxford. Chaplain to Sir Richard Darley, then to Mary, Lady Vere. Cryptologist. Secretary of the Westminster Assembly. Keeper of the Archives at Oxford. Rector of St Gabriel's, Fenchurch Street, London, Minister of St Martin's, Ironmonger Lane, London. Nonconformist Minister and Theological Author. Associated with the Founding of the Royal Society. d.1703.
1644
John Wells, M.A., B.D., D.D. Proctor. Rector of Hanworth, Middx., Perp. Curate of St Botolph's, Aldersgate, London, Prebendary of St Paul's. d.1685.
1644-1647
William Whitaker, M.A. Nonconformist Minister of a congregation in Bermondsey and at Hornchurch, Essex. Rector of St Mary Magdalene, Bermondsey (ejected 1662). Chaplain of New College, Oxford, 1652. d.1672.
1644-1651
Samuel Rayner, B.A.(Oxon.), M.A. Vicar of Sonning, Berks., Rector of Holy Trinity, Dorchester, Dorset. d.1705.
1645-?1652
George Griffith, M.A. Headmaster of the Perse School, Cambridge. d.1686.
1645-1647
Nathaniel Debanke, M.A.(Oxon.).
1645-1654
John Watson, M.A. Vicar of Mildenhall, Suffolk. d.c1707.
c1645
?James Windet, M.A., M.D.(Leyden). (Mentioned as a Fellow by Carter, but not by Venn). Physician in Yarmouth and London. Candidate R.C.P. 'A great rabbi', 'a good Latin poet'. d.1664.
1646-1647
Thomas Cawdrey, B.A. d.1647.
c1647
William Coldwell, M.A. Vicar of Wisbech St Mary, Cambs., Prebendary of Ely. d.1702.
1647-1651
John Haddon, M.A. Ejected in 1651.
1647-1660
THOMAS HORTON, M.A., B.D., D.D. Fellow of Emmanuel 1641. PRESIDENT 1647-60. Professor of Divinity, Gresham College. Vice-Chancellor. Minister of St Mary Colechurch, London, Rector of St Helen's, Bishopsgate. Nonconformist Minister. Preacher at Gray's Inn. d.1673.
1647-1657
Joseph Mathews or Mathew, M.A., B.D. ?Rector of Wilton, Wilts., Prebendary of Salisbury.
c1647
Sir Philip Meadowe or Meadows, M.A., B.D., Kt. Latin Secretary to Cromwell's Council, Envoy to Lisbon and Stockholm, Ambassador to Sweden, Knight, Commissioner of Public Accounts, Commissioner of Trade. Author. d.1718 (aged 93).
1647-1653
John Sawkin, M.A.
1647-1659
Oliver Sell, M.A., B.D. Rector of Hinxworth, Herts. d.1697.
c1647-?1663
John Wilson, M.A., B.D. Rector of Cockayne Hatley, Beds., Vicar of St Paul's, Bedford, Rector of St George Hatley, Beds. d.1676.
1649-1657
Samuel Jacombe, M.A., B.D. Vicar of St Mary Woolnoth, London. d.1659.
1649-1658
Simon Patrick, M.A., B.D., D.D.(Oxon.). Elected President in 1661, but overridden by Royal Mandate. Chaplain to Sir Walter St.John. Chaplain to King Charles II, Vicar of Battersea, Rector of St Paul's, Covent Garden, London, Canon and Sub-Dean of Westminster, Canon of Chichester, Dean of Peterborough. Bishop of Chichester, then of Ely. A founder of the Society for the Propagation of Christian Knowledge (S.P.C.K.). d.1707.
1649-1650
Samuel Sherman, M.A.
1649-1663
James Speering, M.A., B.D., D.D. Proctor. Rector of Colne Engaine, Essex, of St Martin Vintry, London. d.1671.
1650-1663
Daniel Nicols or Nichols, M.A., B.D., D.D. Rector of Liston, Essex, of Stisted, Essex. d.1665.
1650-1659
William Gore, M.A. Barrister-at-Law. d.1709.
1653-1658
William Coo, M.A.
1653-1663
Andrew Pascall, M.A., B.D. Rector of Chedzoy, Somerset, Chancellor and Prebendary of Wells. d.1696.
1653-1658
Charles Trimnell, M.A. Rector of Abbots Ripton, Hunts. d.1702.
1654-1669
Zachary Cradock, M.A., B.D., D.D. Chaplain of King's 1650. Chaplain at Lisbon, Chaplain to King Charles II, Rector of Pett, Sussex, Prebendary of Chichester. Fellow and Provost of Eton. d.1695.
1655-1676
Thomas Belke, M.A., B.D., D.D. Rector of Wickhambreux, Kent, Prebendary of Canterbury. Son of William Belke (1625). d.1712. (Venn says Fellow 1655-56 &1660-76, but recorded as a tutor in 1658).
1655-1660
Walter Needham, M.A., M.D., F.R.S., Hon. Fellow R.C.P. Physician in London, Physician to the Charterhouse. d.1691.
1655-?1658
John Nightingall, M.A. Taxor. d.1658.
1656-1664
James Cade, M.A., B.D. (Tutor in 1656, Venn says 1660-64). Rector of St Andrew Wardrobe, London. d.1673
1657-1664
Richard Winde, M.A.
1658-1669
Joseph Kelsey, M.A., B.D. Proctor. Rector of Framsden, Suff., Vicar of Highworth, Wilts., Prebendary and Archdeacon of Sarum. d.1710.
c1658
Martin Pinder, M.A. may have been a Fellow (Twigg). ?Rector of Grafton Flyford, Worcs.
1659-1661
Robert Pepys, B.A. d.1661.
1659-1669
Henry Walter, M.A. Vicar of Loose, Kent.
1660-1683
Thomas Edwards, M.A., LL.D. Elected, but not admitted in 1642. Master of Newport Grammar School. Went blind, but allowed to retain his stipend while out of residence. d.1683.
1660-1683
Phineas Fowke, M.A., M.D., F.R.C.P. Vice-President. Physician in London. d.1710.
1660-1672
Peregrine John Newbery, M.A., B.D. Vicar of Oakington, Cambs., Rector of Pirton, Worcs., of Croome d'Abitot, Worcs., of Severn Stoke, Worcs.
1660
Robert Sayer, M.A., B.D. ?Rector of Westley Waterless, Cambs., Rector of Widdington, Essex, Prebendary of York. d.1681.
1661-1680
Laurence Cateline or Catilyn, M.A., B.D. Vicar of Oakington, Cambs. d.1680.
1661-1663
Arthur Fleetwood, M.A.
1661-1669
Henry Wright, M.A. Taxor. Rector of St Botolph's, Cambridge, Vicar of Little Shelford, Cambs.
1663-1669
John Cawley or Calley, M.A.
c1663
John Nayler, M.A. (Fellow in University Lists, but not in Venn).
1663-1673
Charles Smith, M.A. Rector of St Martin's, Ludgate, London, of Winnington, Essex, Prebendary of St Paul's, Archdeacon of Colchester. d.1678.
1664-1717
HENRY JAMES, M.A., B.D., D.D. PRESIDENT 1675-1717 (elected by Royal Mandate). Taxor, Vice-Chancellor, Regius Professor of Divinity. Chaplain to King Charles II, Rector of St Botolph's, Cambridge, of Somersham, Hunts., Prebendary of York and of Canterbury. d.1717.
1664-1680
Thomas Jekyll, M.A., B.D. d.1680
c1664
Matthew Smallwood, M.A., B.D. Proctor. Rector of St Botolph's, Cambridge, of Cookley, Suff, of Huntingfield, Suff., Vicar of Bramfield, Suffolk.
1664-1664
John Smith, B.A. d.1664.
1665-1681
Michael Belke, M.A., B.D. "Lived very irregularly". d.1681.
1665-1668
John Boyse, M.A.
1667-1676
Richard Manning, M.A. Rector of Little Shelford, Cambs. d.1709.
1668-1679
Samuel Crowbrow, M.A., D.D. Rector of Barton-in-Fabis, Notts., Vicar of St Mary's, Nottingham, Prebendary of Southwell and of York, Archdeacon of Nottingham. Master of Bawtry Hospital, Yorkshire. Non-juror.
1668-1671
Richard King, M.A. d.1671.
1669-1678
Robert Needham, M.A. Rector of St Botolph's, Cambridge. d.1678.
1669-1680
Edmund Smith, M.A. d.1680 of smallpox.
1670-1674
Matthew Andrews, M.A. d.1674.
1671-1680
Charles Allington, M.A.
c1671
?William Bedingfield, M.A. Rector of Ashwellthorpe and Wreningham, Norf., of Bracon Ash, Norfolk. d.1694.
1671-1672
John Fielding, M.A., D.D. Vicar of Puddletown, Dorset, Prebendary of Salisbury, Chaplain to King William III. Grandfather of the novelist, Henry Feilding. d.1697.
1671-1681
Nathaniel Shute, M.A., B.D. Vicar of Honingham, Norf., Rector of St Botolph's, Cambridge, of Great Cheverell, Wilts., Canon of Salisbury. d.1712.
1671-1690
Obadiah Collinson, M.A., B.D. Proctor. Catechist.Vicar of Oakington, Rector of Little Eversden, Cambs.
1672-1685
Charles Palmer, M.A., B.D., D.D. Taxor. Superior Bursar, Censor Theologicus. Vicar of Oakington, Cambs., Rector of Kirby-in-Cleveland, Yorks., of Long Marston, Yorks., Prebendary of York and of Southwell. d.1705.
1673-1725
Ferdinando Smithies, M.A., B.D. Vice-President, Superior and Inferior Bursar, Catechist, Censor Theologicus. Vicar of Oakington and of Eversden Parva. d.1725.
1673-1675
William Wigmore, M.A., M.D. Rector of Grafton Underwood, Northants. d.1742.
1675-1676
Miles Halls, B.A, d.1676.
1676-1692
Solomon Cooke, M.A., B.D. Vice-President, Dean of Chapel, Superior Bursar, Catechist. Rector of St Botolph's, Camb. and of Selworthy, Somerset. d.1692.
1676-1718
John Poley, M.A., B.D. Censor Philosophicus and Theologicus, Dean of Chapel, Superior and Inferior Bursar. Vicar of Oakington, Cambs.
1676-1687
John Wells, M.A. Censor Philosophicus and Theologicus, Catechist. ?Rector of Ovington, Norfolk. d. 1701.
1677-1684/5
Francis Master, M.A. Several times admonished for 'loose living', etc. Rector of Stand St Mary, Canterbury. d.1686.
1677-c1686
John Stone, M.A. Vice-President, Inferior and Superior Bursar, Catechist. Chaplain to the Duke of St Albans. Vicar of Layston, Herts., Rector of Lilley, Herts., of Houghton Conquest, Beds. d.1706.
1678-1687
William Bramston, M.A., D.D. Censor Philosophicus and Theologicus, Superior Bursar, Dean of Chapel, Catechist. Rector of Woodham Walter, Essex, of Willingale Spain, Essex, of St Christopher, London, Perp. Curate of Mortlake, Prebendary of Wells and of Worcester. d.1735.
1679-1696
John Wotton, M.A., B.D., D.D. Proctor. Censor Philosophicus and Theologicus, Superior Bursar, Dean of Chapel. Rector of St Botolph's, Cambridge, ? Rector of Newington, Surrey. d.1698.
1680-1690
James Smith, M.A., B.D., D.D. Censor Philosophicus, Superior and Inferior Bursar. Chaplain to Bishop Patrick of Ely, Vicar of Welford, Gloucs., Rector of Rettendon, Essex, of Cottenham, Cambs., Prebendary of Chichester and of Ely. d.1715.
1680-1698
Ralph Perkins, M.A., LL.D. Vice-President, Censor Philosophicus, Superior and Inferior Bursar, Dean of Chapel. Rector of Stretham, Cambs., Prebendary of Ely. d.1751, (aged 96).
1680-1703
William Smith, M.A., B.D. Vice-President, Superior and Inferior Bursar, Censor Philosophicus and Theologicus, Dean of Chapel, Catechist. Rector of St Botolph's, Cambridge, ?Vicar of Barley, Herts. d.1718.
1680-1698
William Woodrooffe, M.A., B.D. Dean of Chapel, Censor Philosophicus and Theologicus, Catechist, Superior and Inferior Bursar. Rector of West Hanningfield, Essex, Vicar of Foxton, Cambs., Rector of Balsham, Cambs. d.1732.
1681-1695
Edward Jocelyn, M.A., B.D. Censor Philosophicus, Dean of Chapel, Superior Bursar. Rector of High Roothing, Essex. d.1732.
1681-c1716
Francis Bedford, M.A., B.D. Superior and Inferior Bursar, Catechist, Censor Philosophicus and Theologicus, Dean of Chapel. Vicar of Barton, Cambs., Rector of Hickling, Notts. d.1720.
1681-1711
Henry Wood, M.A., B.D. Censor Philosophicus and Theologicus, Superior and Inferior Bursar, Dean of Chapel, Catechist. Rector of St Botolph's, Cambridge, of Newton Toney, Wilts. d.1718.
1683-c1691
John Edwards, M.A. Vicar of Nannerch and Rhuddlan, Flints., Rector of Newtown, Montgom., of Llanfyllin and Llanfihangel-yn-gwnfa, Montgom., Prebendary of St Asaph. Chaplain to Bishop Lloyd of St Asaph.
1683-1690
Robert Powell, M.A. Elected by Royal Mandate.d.1690.
1683-1694
George Shergold, M.A. Elected by Royal Mandate. Dean of Chapel.
1686-1698
Christopher Goodfellow, M.A. Proctor. Censor Philosophicus. Fellowship terminated on his failure to graduate B.D.
1686-1699
Josias Alsop, M.A., B.D. Elected by royal mandate of James II. Censor Theologicus, Catechist. Army Chaplain. Vicar of Rendlesham, Suff., Rector of Sudbourne, Suffolk.
1686-1690
Ephraim Howard, M.A. Non-juror.
1686-1687
Thomas Jolly, B.A.
1686-1695
John Chester, M.A. Dean of Chapel, Censor Philosophicus. Vicar of North Curry, Somerset. d.1697.
1687-c1697
Charles Ashton, M.A., B.D., D.D. Fellow of Jesus. Catechist, Censor Philosophicus and Theologicus, Superior Bursar. Chaplain to Bishop Patrick of Ely, Rector of Quy, Cambs., of Rattendon, Essex, Prebendary of Ely. Master of Jesus 1701-52. Vice-Chancellor. Classical and Theological Scholar. d.1752.
1690-1693
Charles Hardres, M.A. Catechist. d.1696.
1690-1696
Gervase Needham, M.A.
1690-1698
William Dyde, M.A. Catechist, Censor Philosophicus, Dean of Chapel.
1692-c1717
John Hayes, M.A., B.D., D.D. Taxor. Vice-President, Censor Philosophicus and Theologicus, Superior and Inferior Bursar, Catechist, Dean of Chapel. Rector of Cherwell Magna, Wilts. d.1731.
1693-1698
William Stainforth, M.A. Trotter's Fellow, Censor Philosophicus and Theologicus. Rector of Simonburn, Northumb. d.1746.
1693-1710
John Warren, M.A., B.D., D.D. Catechist, Superior Bursar, Censor Philosophicus and Theologicus. Vicar of Holy Trinity, Cambridge, Rector of Trottiscliffe, Kent, Vicar of St John's, Margate, Kent, Lecturer at All Hallows, Lombard Street, London, Rector of St Stephen's, Exeter, of Farringdon, Essex, Prebendary of Exeter, Chaplain to the Bishop of Exeter. d.1736.
1694-1707
James Martin, M.A., B.D. Dean of Chapel, Censor Philosophicus, Catechist. Rector of Willingham, Cambs. d.1738.
1694
William Cocke, M.B.
1695-1697
John Crissener or Cressener, M.A. d.1697.
1696-1725
Poley Clopton, M.A., M.D. Proctor. Censor Philosophicus, Superior Bursar. Physician at Bury. Founder of Clopton's Hospital, Bury. d.1730.
1698-1700
William Allen, M.A.
1698-1704
William Byatt, M.A. Censor Philosophicus. Rector of Holton, Suffolk.
1698-1722
Nicholas Penny, M.A., B.D., D.D. Taxor. Censor Philosophicus and Theologicus, Dean of Chapel, Catechist. Rector of Hardwick, Cambs., of Hickling, Notts., of Beddington, Surrey, Prebendary of Norwich and of Lichfield, Dean of Lichfield. d.1745.
1698-1713
Francis Bennet, M.A., B.D. Catechist.
1698-1713
Joseph Wasse, M.A., B.D. Catechist, Censor Philosophicus and Theologicus, Dean of Chapel. Chaplain to the Duke of Kent, Vicar of Swavesey, Cambs., Rector of Aynho, Northants. Classical Scholar. d.1738.
1698-1718
Thomas Reade, M.A., B.D. Censor Theologicus and Philosophicus, Dean of Chapel, Catechist. Rector of St Botolph's, Cambridge. d.1719 - suicide after expulsion from Queens' 'for his irregularities'.
1699-c1714
Dormer Dawes, M.A., B.D. Censor Theologicus and Philosophicus, Dean of Chapel, Catechist. Vicar of Sawston, Cambs.
1699-1720
John Sayer, M.A., B.D. Inferior and Superior Bursar, Censor Theologicus, Dean of Chapel, Catechist. Rector of St Botolph's, Cambridge, of Bradenham, Norfolk. Elected, but not admitted Master of St Catharine's in 1736.


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