Arms Fellows & Presidents 1700-99



1700-c1702
Symon Patrick, M.A.(fil.nob.). Son of Bishop Simon Patrick(1649). (Not in Venn, but in the Elections Book.)
1701-1712 &
1717-1731
JOHN DAVIES, M.A., LL.D., D.D. Censor Philosophicus, Superior Bursar. PRESIDENT 1717-31. Proctor, Vice-Chancellor. Chaplain to Bishop Moore of Ely, Rector of Fen Ditton, Cambs., of Glemsford, Suffolk, Prebendary of Ely. Friend and ally of Dr Richard Bentley. d.1731.
1702-1710
Samuel Leedes, M.A. Censor Philosophicus. Rector of Little Saxham, Suffolk. d.1750.
1702-c1709
Thomas Rymer, M.A., D.D. Elected by Royal Mandate. Censor Theologicus. Theological Author. Rector of Acrise, Kent, Perp. Curate of Swingfield, Kent, Rector of Wittersham, Kent. d.1761.
1702
Charles Masham, M.A.
1703-1707
Henry Plumptre, M.A., M.D., F.R.C.P., F.R.S. Harveian Orator, Registrar, Treasurer, and President of the Royal College of Physicians. Medical Author. d.1746.
1706-1722
John Price, M.A., B.D. Taxor. Censor Theologicus and Philosophicus, Dean of Chapel, Superior Bursar, Catechist. Rector of Newton Toney, Wilts.,?Rector of Santon, Norf., ? of Panfield, Essex. d.1762.
1706-1712
John Cradock, M.A. Chaplain to the British Factory at Lisbon.
1706
Benjamin Langwith, M.A., B.D., D.D. Chapel Clerk. Censor Philosophicus and Theologicus, Superior Bursar, Dean of Chapel. Rector of Petworth, Sussex, Prebendary of Chichester. Antiquary, numismatist, and natural philosopher. d.1743.
1707-1716
Richard Poley, M.A. Censor Philosophicus and Theologicus, Superior Bursar.
1709-1723
Henry Bull, M.A., B.D., D.D. Censor Philosophicus and Theologicus, Superior Bursar, Dean of Chapel, Catechist. Vicar of St Botolph's, Cambridge, Vicar of Oakington, Cambs., of Wisbech, Cambs.
1711-1722
Michael Clagett, M.A. Superior Bursar and Censor Theologicus. Fellowship terminated because of failure to proceed to B.D. degree. Vicar of Barton, Cambs., of Pulham, Norfolk. d.1728.
1713-1726
William Bramston, M.A., LL.D. Censor Philosophicus. Commissary of the University. Son of William Bramston (1678).
1713-1728
Brett Backwell, M.A., B.D. Taxor. Superior Bursar, Censor Theologicus and Philosophicus, Catechist. Vicar of St Botolph's, Cambridge, of Oakington, Cambs., Rector of Moulsoe, Essex, Vicar of Tyringham and Filgrave, Bucks. d.1756.
1713-1732
John Warde, M.A., B.D. Proctor. Catechist, Dean of Chapel, Superior and Inferior Bursar, Censor Theologicus and Philosophicus. Vicar of Oakington, Cambs., Rector of Little Eversden, Cambs., of Longford, Derbys., of Hickling, Notts., Vicar of Melbourne, Derbys. d.1756.
1714-1723
Pusey Hancock, M.A., B.D. Censor Theologicus and Philosophicus, Dean of Chapel. Rector of Eversholt, Beds., of Wallington, Yorks. d.1777.
1714
James Gisborne, M.A. Vice-President. Rector of Staveley, Derbys., Prebendary of Durham. d.1759.
1714-c1723
Timothy Bedford, M.A. Superior Bursar, Censor Philosophicus. Fellowship terminated because of failure to proceed to B.D. degree.?Rector of St Just, Cornwall. d.c1738.
1717-1724
William Henry Thomlinson, M.A. Superior Bursar. Chaplain to the Bishop of Winchester. Vicar of Rattingden, Essex, of Rochford, Essex. d.c1775.
1717-1718
William Ayerst, M.A.(Oxon.), B.D.(Oxon.), D.D.(Lambeth). Rector of Great Birch, Essex, of Little Birch, of Gravesend, Kent, of North Fleet, Kent, of Stourmouth, Kent, Rector of Stand St Mary, Canterbury, of North Cray and Rokesley, Kent, Canon of Canterbury. Chaplain on foreign embassies. d.1765.
1717-1727
Charles Sturges, M.A., B.D. Vicar of Linstead, Kent, Rector of Orlingbury, Northants., of Conington, Cambs, Prebendary of Lincoln. d.1746.
1718-1721
John Ryder, M.A., D.D. Vicar of Nuneaton, Warwicks. Bishop of Lillaloe, then of Down and Connor, Archbishop of Tuam and Bishop of Ardagh. d.1775 at Nice after falling from his horse.
1719-c1724
Godolphin Edwards, M.A. ?an M.P. d.?1772.
1719-1731
George Frohock, M.A., B.D. Proctor. Dean of Chapel, Superior and Inferior Bursar, Censor Theologicus, Catechist. Vicar of Barton, of Eversden Parva, Cambs. d.1732.
1719-1729
John Sherburn, M.A. Trotters Fellow.
1721-1733
Walter Post, M.A. Proctor. Superior Bursar, Censor Theologicus and Philosophicus, Dean of Chapel, Catechist. Rector of Cheverell, Wilts, of St Botolph's, Cambridge, Vicar of Oakington, Cambs. d.1772. (Venn has a William Frost as a Fellow. There is no such name in the Admissions Book, so it must be a confusion with Walter Post).
1721-1730
William Geekie, M.A., B.D., D.D. Dean of Chapel, Superior Bursar. Chaplain to the Duke of Somerset, then to Archbishop Wake of Canterbury. Rector of Southfleet, Kent, of Chevening, Kent, of Woodchurch, Kent, of Deal, Kent, of All Hallows, Barking, of Dursley, Glos., Prebendary of Canterbury, Archdeacon of Gloucester. d.1767.
1722-1744
Henry Crownfield, M.A., B.D. Taxor. Vice-President, Superior and Inferior Bursar, Censor Theologicus and Philosophicus, Dean of Chapel, Catechist. Vicar of Hinxton, Cambs., Rector of Little Eversden, Cambs., of South Walsham St Lawrence, Norf., of Rockland, Norfolk. Son of Cornelius Crownfield, Cambridge printer. d.1773.
1722-1732
Richard Newcome (Sr), M.A. Superior Bursar, Censor Theologicus and Philosophicus. Rector of St Botolph's, Camb.d.1732.
1722-1744
Robert Bateman, M.A., M.D. Censor Philosophicus. d.1777.
1723-1730
Thomas Carter, M.A. Rector of Fritton, Suff., of Willingham St Mary, Cambs.
1723-1760
WILLIAM SEDGWICK, M.A., B.D. Censor Philosophicus, Dean of Chapel, Catechist. PRESIDENT 1732-60. Vice-Chancellor. Vicar of Oakington, Cambs., Rector of St Clement, Eastcheap, London. d.1760.
1723-1734
Richard Newcome (Jr), M.A., D.D. Dean of Chapel, Catechist. Vicar of Hursley, Hants., Rector of St Botolph's, Cambridge, of Whitchurch, Salop., Chaplain to King George II, Canon of Windsor. Bishop of Llandaff, then of St Asaph. 2nd cousin of Richard Newcome (Sr) (1722). d.1769.
1723-1735
Samuel Clagett, M.A. Registrar of Sudbury Archdeaconry. Brother of Michael Clagett (1711). d.1752.
1723-1740
Thomas Walker, M.A., LL.D., F.R.S. Superior Bursar, Censor Philosophicus, Dean of Chapel, Catechist. Advocate, Doctors' Commons. d.1764.
1724-c1768
Robert More, M.A., M.P., F.R.S. Member of Parliament for Bishop's Castle and for Shrewsbury. Traveller, botanist and friend of Linnaeus. d.1780.
1725-1734
John Welles, M.A.
1725-1735
Robert Oates, M.A. Superior Bursar, Censor Philosophicus.
1726-1730
Robert Parker, M.A., D.D. Vicar of Great Stambridge, Dur., Rector of Wolsingham, Dur., of Elwick, Co. Durham. d.1776.
1727-1744
Morley Unwin, M.A., B.D. Superior Bursar, Censor Theologicus and Philosophicus, Dean of Chapel, Catechist. Chaplain to the Earl of Harborough, Chaplain in the Navy. Master of the Free School at Huntingdon, Vicar of Oakington, Cambs., Rector of Wistow, Hunts, of Grimston, Norfolk. (The poet William Cowper, a friend of the Unwins' son, lived with the family for a time in Huntingdon.) d.1767.
1727-1777
David Hughes, M.A., B.D. Vice-President, Superior and Inferior Bursar, Censor Theologicus, Dean of Chapel, Catechist. Vicar of Little Eversden, Cambs. Benefactor. d.1777.
1728-1748
Richard Shaw, M.A., B.D. Superior Bursar, Censor Theologicus and Philosophicus, Dean of Chapel, Catechist. Vicar of Foxton, Cambs., of Oakington, Cambs. d.1748.
1730-1739
Richard Davies, M.A., M.D., F.R.S. Superior Bursar, Censor Philosophicus. Physician in Shrewsbury, then Bath. Medical Author. d.1761.
1730-1746
William Everard, M.A., B.D. Taxor. Superior and Inferior Bursar, Censor Theologicus and Philosophicus, Dean of Chapel, Catechist. Vicar of St Botolph's, Cambridge, Rector of Walpole St Peter, Norfolk. d.1780.
1730-1757
Henry Rand, M.A., B.D. Proctor. Catechist. Vicar of Bersted, Kent, Rector of Hickling, Notts. d.1765.
1730-1735
Samuel Terrick, M.A. Rector of Broadwater, Sussex, Prebendary of St Paul's and of Durham. Brother of Richard Terrick, Bishop of London. d.1761.
1732-1733
Daniel Bates, B.A. d.1733.
1732-1769
Henry Morris, M.A., B.D. Superior Bursar, Censor Theologicus and Philosophicus, Dean of Chapel, Catechist. Rector of St Botolph's, Cambridge, Vicar of Oakington, Cambs., Rector of Hickling, Notts. d.1774.
1734-1734
Gascoigne Wright, B.A. Chaplain in the Navy. Rector of Kirkby and Asgasby, Lincs. d.1776.
1734-1741
William Brown, M.A., D.D. Superior Bursar, Censor Philosophicus. Rector of Marston Trussell, Northants., of Etton, Hunts., of Alwalton, Hunts, of Peakirk, Northants, Prebendary of Peterborough, Archdeacon of Northampton. d.1797.
1734-1740
Henry Taylor, M.A. Rector of Wheatfield, Oxon., of Baughurst, Hants., Vicar of Portsmouth, Rector of Ovington, Hants., Vicar of Crawley, Hants. Theological author of heretical views. d.1785
1734-c1768
Richard Keble, M.A., B.D. Censor Theologicus. Rector of Newton Toney, Wilts. d.1775.
1735-c1756
Pierce Dixon, M.A., B.D. Taxor. Superior Bursar, Censor Theologicus and Philosophicus, Dean of Chapel, Catechist. Master of the Mathematical School, Rochester. Vicar of Hartlip, Kent, of Stockbury, Kent. d.1766.
1737-1748
John Bringhurst, M.A. Proctor.Superior Bursar, Censor Theologicus and Philosophicus, Dean of Chapel, Catechist. Rector of St Botolph's, Cambridge.
1737-1750
Tobias Coyte, M.A., B.D. Censor Philosophicus, Dean of Chapel, Catechist. Rector of Stratford St Mary, Suffolk. d.1759.
1737-1748
Charles Plumptre, M.A., B.D., D.D. Trotter Fellow. Superior Bursar, Censor Theologicus and Philosophicus, Dean of Chapel, Catechist. Vicar of Harston, Cambs., Rector of Wimpole, Cambs., Vicar of Whaddon, Cambs., Rector of St Mary Wolnoth, London, of Orpington, Kent, Prebendary of Norwich, Archdeacon of Ely. Nephew of Henry Plumptre (1703). d.1779.
1739-1742
Isaac Carew, M.A. Censor Philosophicus. d.1742.
1740-c1771
Robert Cooper, M.A., B.D. Censor Theologicus and Philosophicus, Dean of Chapel. Rector of Grimston, Norfolk. d.1777.
1740-1742
Peter Newcome, M.A., F.R.S. Proprietor of the School at Hackney. Nephew of Richard Newcome, Jr. (1723). d.1797.
1740-1745
Abel Ward, M.A. Rector of St Anne's, Manchester, of Dodleston, Ches., Prebendary of Chester, Chaplain to the Bishop of Chester, Archdeacon of Chester. d.1785.
1740-1749
John May, M.A. Taxor. Superior Bursar, Censor Theologicus and Philosophicus, Dean of Chapel. Rector of St Botolph's, Cambridge. d.1749.
1742-1755
Owen Manning, M.A., B.D., F.R.S., F.S.A. Superior Bursar, Censor Theologicus and Philosophicus, Dean of Chapel. Rector of St Botolph's, Cambridge, of Chiddingfold, Surrey, of Godalming, Surrey. Prebendary of Lincoln. Author of 'History of Surrey'. d.1801.
1743-?1744
Peter Shuter, M.A. Rector of Upper Isham, Northants., of Kibworth, Leics. d.1769.
1744-?1755
Henry Reade, M.A.
1745-1749
Richard Parrott, B.A. (N.B. not a Fellow in Venn, but in Elections Book, etc.)
1745-1755 &
1760-1788
ROBERT PLUMPTRE, M.A., D.D. Superior Bursar, Censor Theologicus and Philosophicus. PRESIDENT 1760-88. Vice-Chancellor, Professor of Moral Theology. Rector of Wimpole, Cambs., Vicar of Whaddon, Cambs, Prebendary of Norwich. Brother of Charles Plumptre (1737), nephew of Henry Plumptre (1703). d.1788.
1745-c1757
Laurence Bourne, M.A. Vicar of Dronfield, Derbys., Rector of Ashover, Derbys. d.1797.
1747-1758
William Boawre, M.A. Proctor. Superior Bursar, Censor Philosophicus.
1748-c1755
Samuel Herring, M.A. Censor Philosophicus, Catechist. Rector of Eastry, Kent.
1749-1764
John Lewis, M.A., B.D. Superior Bursar, Censor Philosophicus. Rector of Sandon, Essex. d.c1800.
1749-1763
Henry Lyte, M.A.
1749-1764
John Michell, M.A., B.D., F.R.S. Taxor, Professor of Geology. Lecturer in Hebrew, Arithmetic, Geometry, and Greek. Superior Bursar, Censor Theologicus and Philosophicus. Rector of St Botolph's, Cambridge, of Thornhill, Yorks. Astronomer, Scientist and author. [First person to describe the Inverse Square Law of magnetic action. First person to describe a black hole 1784]. d.1793.
1749-1757
Henry Venn, M.A. Lecturer of St Swithun's, London, Vicar of Huddersfield, Yorks., Rector of Yelling, Hunts. Prominent leader of the Evangelical Revival. d.1797.
1751-1774
Thomas Thwaytes, M.A., B.D. Rector of Cheverell, Wilts., Vicar of Oakington, Cambs., Perp. Curate of Wortley Chapel, Yorks. d.?1802.
1751-1759
Henry Newcome, M.A. Proctor. Censor Theologicus and Philosophicus, Dean of Chapel. Rector of Castell-yn-Caereinion, Montgom., of Llanymynech, Salop., of Gresford, Denbighs., Prebendary of St Asaph. Brother of Peter Newcome (1740) and nephew of Richard Newcome, Jr. (1723). d.1803.
1753-1759
Henry Schutz, M.A., D.D. Censor Philosophicus, Dean of Chapel. Rector of Marsh Gibbon, Bucks., of Oving, Bucks., of Burton Coggles, Lincs., of Paston, Northants. d.1811.
1756-1773
John Fernyhough, M.A., B.D. Censor Theologicus and Philosophicus, Dean of Chapel.
1756-1764
John Hadley, M.A., M.D., F.R.S., F.R.C.P. Professor of Chemistry. Censor Philosophicus. Physician to the Charterhouse. Close friend of the poet Thomas Gray. d.1764.
1757-1777
James Marsh, M.A., B.D. Superior Bursar. Rector of South Walsham St Lawrence, Norf., of Rockland Major, Norfolk. d.1808.
1758-1766
Thomas Derisley, M.A. Taxor. Censor Theologicus and Philosophicus, Dean of Chapel, Catechist. ?Vicar of Cobham, Kent.
1758-c1765
William Gordon, M.A. Censor Philosophicus.
1760-c1769
John Pennington, M.A. Lecturer at St John's, Hackney, Middx.
1760-c1770
William Lloyd, M.A. Censor Philosophicus, Dean of Chapel. Rector of Stambourne, Essex, of Bramfield, Herts.
1760-?1770
Robert Barker, M.A., B.D. Proctor. Tutor, Censor Philosophicus, Dean of Chapel. Tutor to Prince Poniatowski. Rector of St Botolph's, Cambridge, Vicar of Youlgrave, Derbys., Rector of Hickling, Notts. d.1796.
1763-c1777
William Post, M.A. Common Pleader of the City of London. Father of Beale Post, the archaeologist and author. d.1806.
1764-c1777
John Cant, M.A., B.D. Vicar of Oakington, Cambs., Rector of Newton Toney, Wilts., of Knaptoft, Leics. d.1781.
1766-c1773
Thomas Robins Ellis, M.A. Vicar of Melbourne, Cambs., of Shepreth, Cambs., of Kelshall, Herts.
1766-c1772
James Thurston, M.A. Vicar of Ryarsh, Kent. d.1802.
1766-c1779
John Brett, M.A. Vicar of Merston, Kent, of Oakington, Cambs., Rector of Grimston, Norf., ?Rector of St Mary with St Andrew's, Congham, Norfolk. d.1816.
1766-1775
Thomas Preston, M.A. Proctor. Rector of St Botolph's, Cambridge, Vicar of Scawby, Lincs.
1768-c1772
George Dutens, M.A. Rector of Runwell, Essex, Vicar of Great Baddow, Essex. d.1779.
1769-1791
Robert Marris, M.A., B.D. Vicar of Great and Little Eversden, Cambs. d.1791.
1769-1784
Peter Taylor, B.A.(Oxon.), M.A., B.D. Vicar of Titchfield, Hants., Rector of Clanfield, Hants., of Ashington, Sussex. Son of Henry Taylor (1734). d.1791.
1769-c1775
Richard Hudson, M.A. Vicar of Cockerham, Lancs., Perp. Curate of Bolsterstone, Yorks., Lecturer in Halifax Parish Church. Master of the Free Grammar School, Hipperholme. d.1835.
1770-c1780
George Holt, M.A. Rector of Staunton, Notts., Vicar of Walesby, Notts. d.1826.
1770-c1782
Augustus Henry Newcome, M.A. Nephew of Peter Newcome (1740).
1771-1794
Thomas Fyshe Palmer, M.A., B.D. Unitarian Pastor at Montrose, at Dundee. Radical Political Reformer. Transported to Botany Bay for sedition. Expelled from his Fellowship after his conviction. d.1802 (on his way home).
1772-c1782
Edward Tymewell Bridges or Brydges, M.A. Rector of Otterden, Kent, Rector of Wootton, Kent. Unsuccessfully claimed the Barony of Chandos. Brother of the author, bibliographer and genealogist, Sir Samuel Bridges, Bt., M.P. d.1808.
1772-1780
Peploe Ward, M.A., D.D. Rector of Cottenham, Cambs., Chaplain to Bishop Keene of Ely, Prebendary of Ely. Son of Abel Ward (1740). d.1819.
1773-c1775
Thomas Preston Cooper, B.A.
1773-1800
John Lane, M.A. Steward. Deputy Lieutenant of Staffordshire, High Steward of Burton-on-Trent. d.1824.
1773-c1777
Sir Henry Russell, M.A., P.C., Kt., Bt. Barrister. Commissioner in Bankruptcy, Puisne Judge of the Bengal Supreme Court, Knight, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. Baronet. Privy Councillor. Grandfather of Col. Sir Charles Russell, V.C., M.P., 3rd Bart. and Brother-in-law of the diplomat and Viceroy of Ireland, Charles, Earl Whitworth.d.1836.
1774-1797/9
John Thomas Jordan, M.A., B.D. Vice-President, Tutor, Dean, Steward. Rector of St Botolph's, Cambridge, Vicar of Oakington, Cambs., Rector of Little Eversden, Cambs., of Hickling, Notts. d.1820.
1776-1820
ISAAC MILNER, M.A., B.D., D.D., F.R.S. PRESIDENT 1788-1820. Proctor, Vice-Chancellor, Jacksonian Professor of Natural Philosophy, Lucasian Professor of Mathematics. Tutor. Rector of St Botolph's, Cambridge, Dean of Carlisle. Leading Evangelical. Came to Queens' as a sizar aged 20 after working as a weaver from the age of 10. d.1820.
1776-1780
George Weller Poley, M.A. d.1780.
1777-1784
Reginald Pyndar, M.A., J.P. Rector of Madresfield, Worcs. Justice of the Peace. d.1831.
1778-c1782
John Weller Poley, M.A. Brother of George Weller Poley (1776). d.1799.
1778-?1780
Charles Plumptre, M.A. Rector of Maypole, Lincs., of Teversall, Notts., of Hartburn, Northumb., Vicar of Long Newton, Durham, of Haughton-le-Skerne, Durham. Nephew of Charles (1737) and Robert (1745) Plumptre. d.1812.
1778-c1785
Thomas Ward, M.A. Vicar of Neston, Ches., Rector of Handley, Ches., Prebendary of Chester, Vice-Dean of Chester. Son of Abel (1740) and brother of Peploe (1772) Ward. d.1827.
1778-1797
Peter Heaton, M.A., B.D. Rector of Little Eversden and Vicar of Great Eversden, Cambs. d.1824.
1778-c1785
John Hammond, M.A. Lecturer at Holy Trinity, Cambridge. Became a Unitarian. Mathematician and classical scholar and musician. Married the daughter of James Essex, architect of the Essex Building at Queens'. d.1830.
1780-1785
Joseph Plumptre, M.A. Rector of Newton, Cambs., of Stretton, Rutland. Son of Dr Robert Plumptre (1745). d.1810.
1780-c1791
Joseph Dacre Carlyle, M.A., B.D. Professor of Arabic. Perp. Curate of St Cuthbert's, Carlisle, Vicar of Torpenhow, Cumb., of Sowerby, Yorks., of Newcastle-on-Tyne, Chancellor of Carlisle, Chaplain to Lord Elgin's Embassy in Constantinople. d.1804.
1781-1802
Francis Knipe, M.A., B.D. Proctor. Tutor, Bursar, Vice-President. Vicar of Oakington, Cambs., Rector of Sandon, Essex. d.1834.
1781-1796
James Saunders, M.A., B.D. Vicar of Great Gidding, Hunts, Rector of Sawtry, Hunts. d.1822.
1781-1784
George Henry Law, M.A., D.D., F.R.S., F.S.A. Visitor of Wadham College, Oxford, Vicar of Torpenhow, Cumb., Rector of Kelshall, Herts., Vicar of Carleton, Lincs., Rector of Willingham, Cambs., Prebendary of Carlisle. Bishop of Chester, then of Bath and Wells. Established St Bee's College for training the clergy. d.1845.
1781-1838
John Lodge Hubbersty, M.A., M.D. Deputy Steward of the University. Steward of the courts. Recorder and Free Burgess of Lancaster. "A cotton spinner and a bankrupt". d.1838.
1781
Richard Jordan, M.A. Vicar of Poling, Sussex, of Hoo, Kent.
1783-1835
George Hewitt, M.A., B.D. Inferior Bursar. Vicar of Ickleton, Cambs., of Witton, Norf., Rector of St Botolph's, Cambridge, of Sandon, Essex. "A scandalous old reprobate". d.1846.
1783-c1786
Joseph Cook, M.A. Vicar of Chatton, Northumb., of Shilbotel, Northumb. d.1844.
1783-1786
Thomas William Wrighte, M.A., F.S.A. Secretary to the Society of Antiquaries. Chaplain to Bishop Horsley of Rochester, Vicar of St Nicholas', Rochester, of Wychling, Kent, of Boughton-under-Blean, Kent. d.1854.
1784-1811
John Hunt, M.A., B.D. Vice-President, Dean, and Bursar. Vicar of Oakington, Cambs., Rector of South Walsham, Norfolk. d.1824.
1784-?1789
Richard Newcome, M.A. Master of Newcome's Academy, Hackney. 1st Cousin of Augustus Henry Newcome (1770) and sixth member of the Newcome family to be a Fellow of Queens'.
1785-1802
Robert Acklom Ingram, M.A., B.D. Tutor. Rector of Seagrave, Leics. Author on theology and economics. d.1809.
1786-1797/9
Charles Platt, M.A., B.D.
1786-1802
Stebbing Shaw, M.A., B.D., F.S.A. Rector of Hartshorne, Derbys. Author about the County of Staffordshire, etc. d.1802.
1786-1796
Robert Plumptre, M.A. Barrister. Son of Dr Robert Plumptre (1745) and sixth member of the Plumptre family to be a Fellow of Queens'.
1787-1809
Francis Ellis, M.A., B.D. Rector of Rockland, Norfolk. d.1838.
1787
John Edwardes, M.A. ?Rector of Gilleston, and Vicar of Llandefodwg, Glam. d.?1847.
1788-?1791
John Rawstorn Papillon, M.A. Vicar of Tonbridge, Kent, Rector of Chawton, Hants. Friend and Rector of Jane Austen.
1789-1800
Martin Joseph Naylor, M.A., B.D., D.D. Proctor. Vicar of Penistone, Yorks., Rector of Crofton, Yorks. Headmaster of Wakefield Grammar School. Suspected of Jacobin sympathies, "of course and rough manners"; Editor of the Wakefield Journal. d.1843.
1790-1797/9
James Ward, M.A., D.D. Senior Chaplain of the Honorable East India Company in Bengal. d.1842.
1790-1793
John Vickers, M.A. Fellow of Trinity Hall from 1793. Proctor. Rector of Swannington and Wood Dalling, Norfolk. d.1839.
1792-?1799
Edmund Henry Lushington, M.A. Barrister. Bencher of the Inner Temple, Puisne Judge in Ceylon, Chairman and Chief Commissioner of the Colonial Audit Board, Master of the Crown Office. Nephew of George Henry Law (1781), father of Edmund Law Lushington (like both his brothers a Fellow of Trinity), the friend and brother-in-law of Tennyson. d.1839.
1792-1824
Charles Farish, M.A., B.D. Lecturer at St Cuthbert's, Carlisle. d.1824.
1794-1810
Thomas Harrison, M.A., F.R.S., J.P. Librarian. Deputy High Steward of the University, Commissary of the University. Barrister. Hon. Sec. of the African Association and of the Royal Institution. Anti-slavery campaigner. "The intrepid enemy of everything unfair, deceitful or dishonest." d.1824.
1795-1797/9
Thomas Bourdillon, M.A. Fellow and Tutor of Trinity Hall 1795-1802. Vicar of Fenstanton with Hilton, Hunts. Headmaster of Macclesfield Grammar School. d.1854.
1797-1802
John Dalby, M.A. Vicar of Castle Donington, Leics., Rector of Long Whatton, Leics. d.1852.
1797-1799
Thomas Truebody Thomason, M.A. Tutor. Curate of Charles Simeon, Chaplain to the Hon. East India Company in Bengal. d.1829 in Mauritius while returning to England.
1798-1806
William Tolbutt Staines, M.A. Perp. Curate of Strood, Kent, Vicar of Shorne, Kent, of Aylesford, Kent, Canon of Rochester. d.1840.
1798-1817
George Barnes, M.A., B.D. Proctor. Tutor, Dean, and Bursar. Rector of Grimston, Norfolk. d.1846.
1799-1808
Thomas Sowerby, M.A. Tutor and Dean. d.1808.


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