1448 - 1599

1448-1484
ANDREW DOCKET or Doget, M.A. PRESIDENT 1448-84. Principal of St Bernard's Hostel. Chancellor. Vicar of St Botolph's, Cambridge. Prebendary of St Stephen's, Westminster and of Lichfield, Chancellor of Lichfield, Provost of Cotterstock, Northants. d.1484.
1448-1449
John Careway. Founder Fellow of St Bernard's and of Queens'. Vicar of Fulbourn, Cambs. d.1449.
1448-c1450
Alexander Fairclough or Forkclowe, M.A., D.D.. Founder Fellow. Rector of Normanton-on-Soar, Notts., of Skirbeck, Lincs., of Standish, Lancs. d.1482.
1448-c1459
Thomas Heywood. Founder Fellow.
1448-
John Law. Founder Fellow. ?Rector of Haddon, Hunts. d.1483.
1448-1452
?Peter Hyrforde or Irford or Hertforth, M.A., B.D., D.D.(Paris). As a B.A. made to renounce Wycliffite opinions in a Congregation. Rector of Willoughby-in-the-Marsh, Lincs, Canon of York and of Lincoln, Archdeacon of Stow. Confessor to John, Duke of Bedford. d.1452. Emden does not list him as a Fellow, but Searle says he was.
c1458-
?Thomas Duffield, D.D. d.1483. Searle says he was a Fellow, but Emden has him a Fellow of Peterhouse.
In 1459
Henry Boleyn or Bolen, M.A., D.D. Proctor. Rector of Halesworth, Suff., of Oundle, Northants, of Bottesford, Leics., Vicar of Holbeach, Lincs., Precentor and Canon of Lincoln, Archdeacon of Chichester. d.1482.
In 1459-c64
?Peter Baxter, M.A., B.D. Warden of the Chapel of St Mary Magdalene, Kingston-on-Thames. d.c1476.
c1460-
?William Wild, B.Can.L., D.Can.L., B.D. Rector of St Leonard's, Colchester, of St Mary-at-Hill, London, of Bishop's Stortford, Herts., Prebendary, Precentor, and Treasurer of St Paul's. d.1504. Emden says this Dr Wild or Wylde was a Fellow of King's Hall, Venn considers them two different men and says there was 'probably' a Fellow of Queens' of this name.
-1470
John Chapman, M.A., D.D. Rector of St Botolph's, Cambridge, of All Hallows, Honey Lane, London.
c1470-1505
THOMAS WILKINSON, M.A., B.D. Fellow of Michaelhouse. PRESIDENT 1485-1505. Vicar and Rector of Harrow, Middx., of Orpington, Kent., of Wimbledon, Surrey, of Ecton, Northants, Dean of Shoreham, Kent, Canon of Ripon. d.1511.
c1473-1488
Ralph Songer, M.A., B.D. Richard III Fellow. Proctor. d.c1488.
In 1473
?Ralph Shaw, M.A., B.D., D.D. Rector of Harlton, Cambs, Vicar of Stockton, Wilts, Canon of St Paul's, of Ripon, of Sarum. Preached at St Paul's Cross in support of Richard III's claim to the throne in 1483. d.1484. Emden says only he acted as a 'proxy' for Queens'
In 1477
William Newman, M.A.
c1474-1492
Thomas Rasur, M.A., B.D.
In 1476
William Bond, M.A., B.D. Rector of Stickney, Lincs. d.c1487.
In 1477-78
Thomas Maudsley, M.A., B.D., D.D. Lady Margaret Raus Fellow. Proctor. Rector of Croston, Lancs., of Benefield, Northants, of Theydon Garnon, Essex, Dean of St John's, Chester. d.1505.
In 1477-c83
Thomas Bevys or Bewice, M.A., B.D. Rector of St Clements-at-the-Bridge, Norwich. d.c1515
In 1479
Ralph Scrope, M.A. Rector of Great Dunmow, Essex. d.1481.
In 1479-89
John Ripplingham or Rimlingham, M.A., B.D., D.D. Vice-President. Vice-Chancellor. Rector of Stretham, Cambs, of St Martin Vintry, London. Benefactor of Queens' and St John's. d.1519.
c1480
Geoffrey Knight, M.A., B.D., D.D. Vice-Chancellor. Rector of Pensthorpe, Norf., of Bourton-on-the-Hill, Glos., of St John's, Stiffkey, Norf. Benefactor of Gonville Hall. d.c1520. Emden does not list him as a Fellow of Queens'
c1480
?Walter Oudeby, B.Can.L., D.Can.L., D.D. Vicar of Cotterstock, Northants., Rector of St Mary Maidwell, Northants., of St Margaret Moses, London, Vicar of Stepney, Middx. Prebendary of St Stephen's, Westminster, of Hereford, of Exeter, and of St Paul's. Chaplain to Henry VII. d.c1498. Emden does not list him as a Fellow of Queens'.
In 1484
Gerald Burrell or Borrell, M.A., B.D. Proctor. Vicar of Cuckfield and of Hartfield, Sussex, Canon and Archdeacon of Chichester. d.1509.
1484-
William Ustwayte, B.A. Elected fellow by royal mandate of Richard  III.
c1484-1497
John Andrew, M.A., B.D. Junior and Senior Bursar. Vicar of Broadwindsor, Dorset. d.c1519.
1484-1486
Hugh Arthur, B.A.
1484-1497
John Butler, M.A., B.D. Junior and Senior Bursar, Dean of Chapel, Vice-President. Proctor. Rector of Boxworth, Cambs. d.1499.
1484-1487
Brian Davell of Dawell, M.A., B.D. Vicar of Broomfield, Essex.
1484-1488
William Docket or Doget, M.A., B.D.
1484-1497
William Fitzjohn, M.A., B.D. Junior and Senior Bursar. Proctor. Rector of Hilgay, Norf. d.1503.
1484-1494
John Frost, M.A., B.D. Junior Bursar and Vice-President. Rector of Lythe, Yorks., of Grasmere Chapel, Westmlnd, Vicar of Wynbury, Ches, Archdeacon of Winchester. d.1524.
1484-1485
?Hamond Grave, M.A. Proctor. Rector of Halesworth, Suffolk. Emden says he was only a Commoner of Queens'. d.1500.
1484-1493
John Gree or Cree, M.A., B.D. Proctor. Rector of St Botolph's, Cambridge, of St Michael's, Harbledown, Kent, Chaplain of the Black Prince's Chantry in Canterbury Cathedral.
1484-1494
William Green, M.A., D.D. Senior Bursar. Rector of Rodmell, Sussex, Canon and Treasurer of Chichester. d.1541.
1484-1495
John Henschawe, M.A., B.D. Dean of Chapel. Rector of St Botolph's, Cambridge. d.1499.
In 1484/5
Miles Redall or Ridale, M.A., B.D. Richard III Fellow.
1484-1489
Hugh Trotter, M.A., D.D. Rector of Wilford, Notts. Surveyor of the Works for the building of Great St Mary's, Cambridge. Provost of the Collegiate Church of Beverley, Treasurer, Precentor, and Prebendary of York, Canon of Southwell. Treasurer of York. Benefactor. d.1503.
1484-1488
William Wilson, B.A.
1485-1497
John Day, M.A. Junior and Senior Bursar. Provost of Cotherstoke, Northants, Rector of Maids Moreton, Bucks, Warden of Sponne's Chantry in Towcester. d.1510.
1485-1488
?Dionysius Spicer, M.A., B.D. 'Lector Biblie', Bursar. Rector of St Botolph's, Cambridge, Warden of King Edward's Chantry in St Mary's Chapel, Barking. d.1500.
c1486
?John Crowland, ?M.A.(Oxon). Rector of South Ockenden, Essex. d.1493. Not recorded as a Fellow by Emden, but Searle says he was.
1487-1488
Ralph Collingwood, M.A. Fellow of Michaelhouse from 1488. Warden of Stratford-on-Avon, Canon of Chichester. Rector of Gates, Sussex, of Mells, Somerset, Archdeacon of Coventry, Dean of St Mary's, Warwick, Canon and Dean of Lichfield. d.1521.
c1488-1490
John Curwen, M.A., B.D., D.D. Fellow of Peterhouse, 1490-1517. Rector of Workington, Cumb. d.1530.
1490-1494
Geoffrey Downes, M.A. d.1529.
1490-1503
John Sarjant or Sargeant, M.A., B.D. Junior Bursar, Treasurer, Dean of Chapel, Vice-President. d.1503.
1490-1502
George Wark, M.A. Junior and Senior Bursar, Dean of Chapel. Vicar of Harrow-on-the-Hill, Middx. d.1509.
1491-1504
William Berwick or Barwick, M.A., D.D. Junior and Senior Bursar, Dean of Chapel. Rector of East Gilling, Yorks, of Wittersham, Kent, of St Andrew's, Canterbury. d.1521.
1491-1493
John Hobson, B.A.
1492-1496
Thomas Clark or Clerke, M.A. Rector of Hadstock, Essex. d./1496 or 97.
1492-1500
Richard Hutton or Hotton, M.A., B.D. Dean of Chapel. Proctor. Rector of Corfe Castle, Dorset, of Albury, Surrey.
1492-1517
John Ireland or Hierland or Yirland, M.A., B.D. Junior and Senior Bursar, Bailiff and Collector. Rector of Graveley, Cambs.
1492-1493
Robert Schotton, M.A.
1494-1497
Edward Gregson, M.A. Fellow of Jesus 1497-1504. Rector of Fladbury, Worcs., Canon of Chester, Canon and Precentor of Crediton, Devon. d.1540.
c1494
?William Lincolne, M.A. Vicar of Kemsing, Kent. d.c1509. Emden does not record him as a Fellow.
1494-1495
William Todd or Tode, M.A. Rector of St Botolph's, Cambridge.
1495-1503
John Collins or Colyns, B.A. Junior and Senior Bursar, Dean of Chapel. d.c1503
1495-1510 &
1519-1526
JOHN JENYN or Jenning, B.A., B.D., D.D. Proctor. Vice-President, Bursar, Dean of the Chapel, Treasurer, Principal of St Bernard's Hostel. PRESIDENT 1519-26. Removed from the Presidency after a dispute with the Fellows. Vicar of Harrow-on-the-Hill, Middx. d.1539.
1496-1501
Thomas King, M.A. Rector of Elkstone, Glos.
1496-1504
John Yeoman, M.A., B.D. Dean of Chapel.
1497-1509
John Church, M.A. Bible Clerk, Junior and Senior Bursar, Dean of Chapel. University Preacher. d.after 1522.
1497-1510
Roger Collingwood, M.A. Dean of Chapel. Proctor, Mathematics Professor. Studied Canon Law in Paris 1502-3. Rector of Albury, Surrey.
1497-1498
Richard Davy, M.A. Vicar of Kirkham, Lancs., Rector of Norton, Norf. d.1535.
1497-1514
John Fawne, M.A., B.D., D.D. Junior and Senior Bursar, Dean of Chapel, Vice-President. Vice-Chancellor. Lady Margaret Preacher, Lady Margaret Professor of Divinity. Vicar of East Meon, Hunts., of St Cross, Southampton, Rector of Martyr Worthy and of Easton, Hants., Prebendary of Wherwell Abbey, Hants. d.c1536.
1498-1499
Robert Thomson, M.A., B.D., D.D. Principal of St Bernard's Hostel. Vicar of Alconbury, Hunts., Rector of Covingham, Essex. d.1533.
1498-1504
Richard Whitford or Whytford, M.A.(Paris). Junior and Senior Bursar, Dean of Chapel. Chaplain to William Blount, Lord Mountjoy, to Richard Foxe, Bishop of Winchester. Monk of Syon Monastery, Isleworth. Author especially of such devotional works as 'The Wretch of Syon'. Friend of Erasmus. Retired with a pension to the Mountjoys' house after the Dissolution of the Monasteries. d.c1555.
1498-1499
Thomas Fishe, B.A. Rector of St Botolph's, Cambridge. d.1528.
1499-1499
Thomas Hanken, M.A. d.by 1509.
1499-1499
John Hutchin, M.A., B.D. Fellow of Jesus in 1501. Proctor, University Preacher. Vicar of Over, Cambs. d.1521.
1500-1510
John Philip, M.A. Junior Bursar, Treasurer, Dean of Chapel. Proctor, University Preacher, Terence Professor.
1500-1543
Robert Pommel, M.A. Junior Bursar, Treasurer, Dean of Chapel. Vicar of Ashwell, Herts.
1500-1519
Richard Stanbank, M.A. Junior Bursar, Treasurer, Vice-President, Bailiff and Collector. Proctor. Warden of St Stephen's Chantry, Great Shelford, Cambs. d.1519.
1501-1503
Roberet Colyns or Collings, M.A. Rector of Fawley, Bucks. d.?1567.
1502-1503
Thomas Love, M.A.
1502-1509
Thomas Stackhouse, M.A., B.D., D.D. Trotter Fellow. Principal of St Augustine's Hostel, Fellow, President, and Master of Michaelhouse 1520-33. Vice-Chancellor, University Preacher. Rector of Kirby Sigston, Yorks. Chaplain to King Henry VIII. d.1529.
1503-1506
William Bond, M.A., ?B.D. Philosophical Lecturer. Fellow and Junior Treasurer of Pembroke College after 1506. University Preacher. Monk of Syon Monastery. d.1530.
1505-1518
John Vaughan or Vawen, M.A., B.D. Junior and Senior Bursar, Dean of Chapel. Principal of Garret Hostel and of St William's Hostel. d.?1519.
1505-1512
Thomas Austyn, M.A. Junior Bursar. University Preacher. Vicar of Milton, Kent.
1505-1508
JOHN FISHER, M.A., D.D. PRESIDENT 1505-08. Fellow and ?Master of Michaelhouse. Proctor, Vice-Chancellor, Lady Margaret Reader in Divinity, Chancellor of the University 1504-35. Vicar of Northallerton and Rector of Lythe, Yorks. Chaplain and Confessor to Lady Margaret Beaufort. Preached the funeral sermon of Henry VII. Bishop of Rochester, Privy Councillor, Cardinal. Author. Executed for treason for denying the King's supremacy 1535.
1505-1556
Robert Garrett or Garard, M.A. Bible Clerk, Junior and Senior Bursar, Dean of Chapel. First person to be designated 'first in the order', i.e. Senior Wrangler. d.1556/57.
1505-1516
Humphrey Walkden or Walkenden, M.A., B.D., D.D. Junior Bursar. Mathematics Professor.
1507-c1525
Henry Bullock, M.A., B.D., D.D. Junior Bursar and Dean of Chapel. Vice-Chancellor, Mathematics Professor. Chaplain to Cardinal Wolsey, Rector of St Martin's, Ludgate, London, and of Lympsham, Som. Close friend and correspondent of Erasmus. Author. d.1526.
c1507-1527
William(?) Creting, M.A. Rector of Great Stanmore, Middx. d.1547.
1507-1511
William Peyto or Pato, B.A.(Oxon.), M.A. University Preacher, Mathematics Professor. Franciscan friar. Confessor to Queen Mary I. Cardinal and Papal Legate in England. Nominated Bishop of Salisbury. d.1558.
1508-1519
ROBERT BIRKENSHAW or Bekynsaw, M.A., B.D., D.D. PRESIDENT 1508-19. Fellow of Michaelhouse, Proctor. Rector of Ashill, Norf., of St Peter's, Chester, of Rearsby, Leics., of Fiskerton, Lincs., of Brington, Hunts., of Croston, Lancs., Rector of Chagford, Devon, of Bradwell-super-Mare, Essex, Succentor of Wells, Canon of Windsor and Prebendary of Lincoln, Treasurer of Lincoln; Almoner to Lady Margaret Beaufort, Almoner and Chaplain of Queen Catherine of Aragon. Dean of Stoke-by-Clare. d.1526
1509-1530
William Harvey, M.A., B.D. Lady Margaret Preacher. ?Prebendary of Westminster. d.after 1540
1510-1513
Thomas Adcock or Hadcock, M.A.
1510-1527
Thomas Bond or Buynd, M.A.
1510-1522
John Cook, M.A.,?B.D., D.D. University Preacher.
1514-1517
Henry Browne, M.A., B.D. ?Vicar of Harlow, Essex. d.1549.
1514-1519
John Crayford, M.A., B.D., D.D. Proctor. Canon of Cardinal College, Oxford. Master of Clare 1530-39, Vice-Chancellor. Vicar of Lewisham, Kent, Rector of Stanford Rivers, Essex, of Terrington, Norf., of Newton Toney, Wilts., Prebendary of St Asaph, of St Paul's, of Winchester, of Sarum, Archdeacon of Berkshire. Fellow and Master of University College, Oxford. d.1547.
1514-1528
THOMAS FORMAN or Farman, M.A., B.D., D.D. Bursar, Dean. PRESIDENT 1526-28. Rector of All Hallows, Honey Lane, London. Early Reformer. d.1528.
1514-1529
Anthony Maxwell, M.A. Proctor. Prebendary of Lincoln. d.1571.
1515
John Pomel, M.A. Fellow of Clare, 1510. ?Rector of West Barming and of Nettlestead, Kent.
1517-1529
Robert Higden, M.A., B.D. Vicar of Northall, Middx., Rector of St Botolph's, Bishopsgate, London, Prebendary of St Paul's. d.1544.
1519-1537
SIMON HAYNES or Heynes, M.A., B.D., D.D. Bursar, Dean. PRESIDENT 1529-37. Vice-Chancellor. Vicar of Barrow, Suff., of Stepney, Middx., of Fulham, Canon of Windsor, Prebendary of Westminster, Dean of Exeter. Early Reformer. Assisted in compilation of the first English liturgy. Commissioner for visiting and reforming the University and Colleges of Oxford; 1549 Visitor for the Reformation of the University of Cambridge. d.1552.
1519-1554
Walter Bygrave, M.A., B.D. d.1554.
1519-1556
Thomas Hatheway or Hadway, M.A., B.D.
1519-1520
John Hobson, B.A.
1521-1526
John Fisher, M.A., B.D.(Oxon.). Rector of Leigh, Essex, Vicar of Roydon, Essex, of Stisted, Essex. d.c1564.
1521-1522
John Lambert alias Nicholson. Reformer, Chaplain at Antwerp. Burnt at the stake as a heretic 1538.
1521-1530
John Newman, M.A.
1523-1533
Gerard Carleton, M.A., B.D. Rector of Stanway, Essex, Canon of Westminster, Dean of Peterborough. d.1549.
1523-1537
John Taylor, M.A., B.D., D.D. Bursar. Proctor. Master of St John's, 1538-46. Rector of St Peter Cornhill, London, of Tatenhill, Staffs., Dean of Lincoln; Reformer, Commissioner for the first Prayer Book. Bishop of Lincoln (deprived 1554). d.1554.
1523-1528
James Townley, M.A., B.D. Fellow of Christ's, 1532-39. d.c1543.
1523-1529
Henry Vavysor, M.A. d.1529.
1524-1550
Thomas Burbank, M.A., B.D. d.1550.
1526-1542
Richard Wilkes, M.A., B.D. Proctor, Lady Margaret Preacher. Vice-President. Master of Christ's 1548-53. Vicar of Littlebury, Essex, Rector of Pulham, Norf., of Fen Ditton, Cambs. Master of St John's Hospital, Ely, Chaplain to the Bishop of Ely, Prebendary of Ely. d.1556.
1527-1536
John Gough, M.A., B.D., D.D. Prebendary of Bristol. d.c1544/45.
1527-1535
Nicholas Saunders, B.D. (? the William Saunders, M.A. recorded as a Proctor in the C.U.Register)
1527-1530
William Witton, B.A.
1528-1529
WILLIAM FRANCKLYN, B.Can.L. PRESIDENT 1528-29. Rector of Houghton-le-Spring, Durham, of Chalfont St Giles, Bucks., Archdeacon and Chancellor of Durham. Prebendary of Lincoln, of York, and of Auckland. Dean of Windsor and of Wolverhampton. Appointed by Henry VIII to the household of Henry Fitzroy, Duke of Richmond. d.1556.
1529-1533
John Calvard or Calver, M.A.
1529-1539
John Moresby, M.A.
1530-1532
Gilbert Duke, B.A.
1530-1537
William Framingham, M.A. Close friend of Dr Caius. d.1537.
1530-1546 &
1553-1557
WILLIAM GLYNN, M.A., B.D., D.D., D.D.(Oxon.). Junior Bursar, Senior Bursar, Dean. PRESIDENT 1553-56. Founder Fellow and Vice-Master of Trinity 1546-53. Lady Margaret Professor of Divinity, Vice-Chancellor. Chaplain to Bishop Thirlby of Norwich. Rector of St Martin's, Ludgate, London, of 'Heneglwys', Archdeacon of Anglesey, Ambassador to Rome, Bishop of Bangor. d.1558.
1530-1534
John Newman, M.A.
1530-1547 Sir
Thomas Smith, M.A., LL.D(Padua), M.P., P.C., Kt. Public Orator, Greek Lecturer, Regius Professor of Civil Law, Vice-Chancellor. Clerk to the Council of Queen Catherine Parr. Chancellor and Vicar-General of Ely, Rector of Leverington, Cambs., Provost of Eton, Dean of Carlisle, Privy Councillor, Secretary of State 1548-49 and 1573-77, Knight, M.P. for Grampound, for Liverpool, for Essex. 1549 Visitor for the Reformation of the University. Frequently employed on embassies abroad. d.1577.
1531-1551
Robert Stokes, M.A., B.D. Proctor. Vicar of Hackney, Middx., Rector of Woodford, Essex. d.1570.
1531-1537
John Walhed, M.A., B.D.
1532-1542
Thomas Oughtred or Ughtred, M.A., B.D.
1532-after 1542
John Poynet, Ponet, or Punnet, M.A., B.D. Bursar, Dean. Rector of St Michael, Crooked Lane, London, of Lavant, Sussex, Vicar of Ashford, Kent; Chaplain to Archbishop Thomas Cranmer, Canon of Canterbury, Bishop of Rochester, then of Winchester. Mathematician. d. in exile 1556.
1533-1544
Edmund Humphrey or Umfrey, M.A. Proctor. Vicar of Melbourn, Cambs.
1535-1547
Gawin Hodson, M.A. Rector of Atherington, Devon, ?Prebendary of Lincoln.
1536-1537
?John Castell, B.A.
1537-1553 &
1559-1560
WILLIAM MAY or Mey, B.Civ.L., D.Civ.L. PRESIDENT 1537-53 and 59-60. Fellow of Trinity Hall. Chaplain to King Henry VIII, King's Commissioner for the Visitation of the University. Rector of Bishop's Hatfield, Herts., of Littlebury, Essex, of Balsham, Cambs., ? of Long Stanton, Cambs., of Pulham, Norf., Chancellor of Ely and of St Paul's, Dean of St Paul's, a Master of Requests, nominated Archbishop of York. One of the Editors of the 1537 'Bishops' Book', one of the compilers of the first Book of Common Prayer, Reviser of the Prayer Book in 1559. (Married Joan, widow of Dr Haynes). d.1560.
1537-1543
Bernard Sandyforth or Sanderforth, B.Civ.L., D.Civ.L. Rector of St Mark's, Ludgate, London, of Canewdon, Essex, Perpetual Curate of Paddington, Prebendary of Westminster. d.1559.
1537-1546
Henry Wilshaw, M.A., B.D. Foundation Fellow of Trinity. Vicar of Wimbush, Essex, Rector of West Grinstead, Sussex, of Storrington, Sussex. d.1592.
1538-1540
John Ashton, M.A. ?Rector of Lees Magna, Essex. d.1568.
1538-1540
Thomas Corbald, M.A.
1538-1542
John Goldwell, M.A.
1540-1543
William Hutton, M.A., B.D. ?Rector of Bottesford, Leics. ?d.c1559.
1540-c1554
Andrew Perne, M.A., B.D., D.D. Fellow of St John's, 1540. Proctor, Vice-Chancellor. Master of Peterhouse 1554-89. Rector of Walpole St Peter, Norf., of Pulham, Norf., of Somersham, Cambs., of Balsham, Cambs., Canon of Westminster, Dean of Ely. d.1589.
1541-1551
Richard Dickinson, M.A., B.D. Prebendary of Lichfield. d.c1551.
1541
Edward Gascoigne or Gaskyn, M.A., LL.D. Proctor. Fellow and Master of Jesus. Chancellor of Norwich, Prebendary of Ely, Vicar-General of Ely. d.c1569.
1541-1547
Edward Robinson, M.A. ?Vicar of Comberton, Cambs., ? of Bygrave, Herts., of Great Staughton, Hunts.
1542-1544
Richard Eden, M.A. Secretary to Sir William Cecil, ?M.P. for Sudbury (Twigg implies Fellow, not Venn)
c1542
George Bedmond or Bemond, M.A., B.D., D.D. ?Rector of Belton, Suff., Vicar of Godeby, Leics., Prebendary of Chester and of Lincoln.
1542-1559
John Dale, M.A., B.D. Chaplain and Cross-Bearer of the University. Vice-President. Rector of Little Shelford, Cambs., ? of St Margaret's, New Fish Street, London, of Wetheringsett, Suffolk. Recusant after 1558.
c1543
?Robert Ashton, M.A. Rector of Radcliffe, Lancs., of Middleton, Lancs. d.1563.
1544-1568
JOHN STOKES, M.A., B.D., D.D. Junior Bursar, Senior Bursar, Vice-President. Founder Fellow of Trinity from 1546. PRESIDENT 1560-68. University Chaplain and Librarian, Vice-Chancellor. Vicar of Mexborough, Yorks., Archdeacon of York, Prebendary of Southwell. d.1568.
1544-1557
Thomas Yale, M.A., LL.D. Proctor. Commissary of Ely, Rector of Leverington, Cambs., of Llantrisant, Anglesey, Prebendary of Lichfield and of St Asaph, Chancellor and Vicar-General to the Archbishop of Canterbury, Chancellor of Bangor, Dean of the Arches. Bursar. d.1577.
1545-1554
John Bernard, M.A. Author. d.1554.
1545-1550
William Rogers, M.A. Fellow of King's, Founder Fellow of Trinity, Registrar to the Visitation Commissioners. Rector of St Nicholas, Cole Abbey, London.
1547-1550
Thomas Raymond, M.A.
1548-1550
Nicholas Levison or Luson, B.A.
1548-1563
Nicholas Robinson, M.A., B.D., D.D. Proctor. Chaplain to Archbishop Parker, Rector of Shepperton, Middlesex, of Witney, Oxon., Archdeacon of Merioneth, Bishop of Bangor, Archdeacon of Anglesey. Scholar of Welsh History. d.1585.
1548-1550
William Morley, B.A. Exile in Italy during Marian persecution.
1549-c1557
John Joscelyn, M.A. Prebendary of Hereford, Latin Secretary to Archbishop Parker. Anglo-Saxon Scholar. Expelled by 1557 Marian visitors. d.1603.
1550-1559
William Harward, M.A. Senior Bursar. Rector of St Clement Dane's, London, Vicar of Cowfold, Sussex, ? Rector of Shadoxhurst, Kent, Canon of Windsor. d.c1589.
1550-1560
John Mey, M.A., B.D., D.D. Master of St Catharine's 1559-77. Vice-Chancellor. Rector of Ashton Sandford, Bucks., of Long Stanton St Michael, Cambs., of North Creek, Norf., of St Dunstan-in-the-East, London, Prebendary of Ely, Archdeacon of the East Riding, Bishop of Carlisle. Brother of William May. d.1598.
1550-1558
Richard Thorpe, M.A. Bursar.
1550-1557
Richard Worme or Woorme, M.A. Counsellor and Solicitor to the Chapter of Peterborough. d.1589
c1551
John Fowle, B.A.
1551-1561
George Hawsopp or Alsopp, M.A. d.c1561
1551-1553
Thomas Lorkin, M.A., M.D. Fellow of Peterhouse 1553-60. Regius Professor of Physic. d.1591
1551-1554
James Washington, B.A. d.1580.
1553-1570
John Igleden, M.A., B.D. Proctor, University Preacher. Rector of Monks Horton, Kent, of Fordwich, Kent, of Milton, ?Prebendary of Chichester. d.1585.
1553-1557
Richard Longworth, M.A., B.D., D.D. Fellow of St John's 1559-64, Master 1564-69. Proctor, University Preacher, Vice-Chancellor. Rector of Cockfield, Sussex, Prebendary of Durham and of Worcester, Dean of Chester. Expelled by 1557 Marian Visitors. d.1579.
1554-?1555
Alexander Smith, B.A. Fellow of St John's after 1555. ?Rector of Ilketshaw St John, Suff., Rector of Barnby, Suff., of Thorpe-by-Haddiscoe, Norfolk. d.c1613.
1556-1557
Ralph Cowlton or Culton, M.A., B.D. Fellow of St Catharine's c1559, Fellow of Jesus 1563-69. Rector of Wormley, Herts., Archdeacon of Cleveland, Prebendary of York. d.1582.
1556-1563
John Cragge, M.A. Fellow of St Catharine's c1564. Proctor. Rector of Coton, Cambs. d.1605.
1556-1557
John Layne, M.A., B.D. Fellow of Christ's, 1557-64. ?Vicar of Sarratt, Herts., Vicar of Bishop's Stortford, Rector of Chadwell, Essex. d.1605.
1557-1557
John Newell. d.1557 after 18 days in his fellowship.
1557-1561
George Gardiner, M.A., B.D., D.D. Rector of West Stow, Suff., of St Martin, Outwich, London, of St Michael, Bassishaw, London, Vicar of Swaffham, Norf., Rector of Baddingham, Suff., of Heylesdon, Norf., of Blofield, Norf., of Ashill, Norf., of Forncett, Norf., Chancellor, Prebendary, Archdeacon, and Dean of Norwich. Chaplain to Queen Elizabeth I. d.1589.
1557-1559
THOMAS PEACOCK or Pecocke, M.A., B.D. PRESIDENT 1557-59. Fellow of St John's 1534.Rector of Downham, Cambs., of Barley, Herts., of Nacton, Suff., Canon of Norwich, Prebendary of Ely. Chaplain to Bishop Thirlby of Ely. d.c1582.
1557-1561
Edward Raymonde, M.A. d.c1561.
1557-1567
Edmund Sherbrooke, M.A., B.D., D.D. Fellow of Jesus 1556-57. University Preacher. Rector of Ashdon, Essex, of Hadstock, Essex. d.1589.
1558-1563
William Cragge, M.A. ?Fellow of Clare. Rector of Abington Pigotts, Cambs. Brother of John Cragge (1556). d.c1606.
1558-1560
Edward Harnyss or Arnesse, M.A.
1558-1559
John Hendmare or Hyndmer, B.A. Fellow of Christ's 1559. d.1589.
1558-1568
Nicholas Hewet or Huit, M.A. Rector of Blickling, Norfolk.
1558
John Newell, B.A. Fellow of Pembroke 1555. d.c1558.
1558-1572
William Pachet or Paget, M.A., B.D. Fellow of Pembroke 1554. University Preacher. Rector of Skirpenbeck, Yorks.
1558-1564
John Wells, M.A., B.D. Fellow of Clare 1564. Proctor, University Preacher. Prebendary of York and of Wells. d.1570.
1559
Francis Hall, M.A. ?Rector of Aston Sandford, Bucks.
1559-1562
George Withers, M.A., D.D.(Heidelberg). University Preacher. Vicar of Swaffham Bulbeck, Cambs., Rector of Danbury, Essex, Archdeacon of Colchester. d.1605.
1560-1560
John Maplet, M.A. Subsequently Fellow of St Catharine's, 1564, and of Gonville and Caius, 1566-67. Rector of Great Leighs, Essex, Vicar of Northolt, Middx. Astrological Author.
c1560-c1563
Edward Barrett, M.A. Fellow of Pembroke and of Corpus Christi; Fellow of Eton College
1560-1562
Robert Monke, B.A. ?Rector of Woodham Ferrers, Essex, of Colne Wake, Essex. d.1601.
1560-1564
Thomas Rastall, M.A. ?Minister of St Bride's, London. d.?1603.
1560-1580
Edmund Rockrey or Rockray, M.A., B.D. Dean of Philosophy and of Theology, Senior Bursar. Proctor, University Preacher. Canon of Rochester. Nonconformist and frequently in serious trouble with the President over his nonconformity. d.1597.
1560-1563
John Twydell, M.A., B.D. Fellow of St John's from 1562. Proctor, University Preacher. Rector of Thorington, Essex, of St Martin's, Ludgate, London. d.1585.
1561-1572
Robert Tower, M.A., B.D. University Preacher. Vicar of Northall, Middx., Rector of Great Leighs, Essex, Canon of St Paul's, Prebendary of Lincoln and of York. d.1585.
1562-1564
Stephen Bell, B.A.
1562-1571
William Chapman, M.A. University Preacher. Vicar of Impington, Cambs., Rector of Therfield, Herts, ?Prebendary of Lichfield.
1562
Henry Cranshaw, B.A. ?Vicar of Bray, Berks. d.?1597.
1562-1568
Alexander Fitzjeffrey, M.A. University Preacher. Preacher at Lostwithiel, Cornwall.
1562-1576
Robert Garret, M.A., B.D. University Preacher. Vicar of St Botolph's, Cambridge, Rector of Little Eversden, Cambs. d.1576.
1562-1567
John Nesse, M.A. Vicar of East Tuddenham, Norfolk. d.?1587
1562-?1589
Robert Soame or Some, M.A., B.D., D.D. Vice-President. Master of Peterhouse 1589-1609. University Preacher, Vice-Chancellor. Rector of Girton, Cambs. Theological Author. d.1609.
1562-1572
William Sole or Soole, M.A.
1562-1565
Thomas Yarner, B.A. Vicar of Spexhall, Suff., Rector of North Cove, Suff., of Sotherton, Suff., of Willingham St Mary, Cambs. d.1609.
1565-1572
Thomas Sicklemore, M.A. Rector of Slaidburn, Yorks. d.1585.
1565-1581
David Yale, M.A., LL.D. Proctor. Rector of Llandegla, Denbighs, Vicar of High Offley, Staffs., Prebendary of St Asaph and of Chester, ?Chancellor of Chester. Perhaps brother of Thomas Yale (1544). d.c1626.
1566-1571
George Gulson, M.A. Vicar of Pickerell, Leics. d.c1580.
1566-1582
Ralph Jones, M.A., B.D., D.D. Senior Bursar. University Preacher. Expelled in 1575, but restored. Vicar of St Paul's, Bedford, Rector of Melford, Suffolk.
1566-1574
John Percivall, M.A., B.D. Rector of Stiffkey, Norfolk.
1568-1579
WILLIAM CHADERTON, M.A., B.D., D.D. Fellow of Christ's 1558-68. PRESIDENT 1568-79. University Preacher, Lady Margaret Professor of Divinity, Regius Professor of Divinity. Chaplain to Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester, Rector of Holywell, Hunts., Warden of Manchester, Archdeacon of York, Prebendary of York and of Westminster, Bishop of Chester, then of Lincoln. d.1608.
1568-1572
Edwin Howell, M.A. Rector of Willingale Spain, Essex. d.1573.
1568-1583
Francis Lindley, M.A., B.D. University Preacher. Rector of Little Chart, Kent. d.1602.
1568-1572
Laurence Newman, M.A. Vicar of Coggleshall, Essex. d.1600.
1568-1582
John Smith, M.A., B.D. Vicar of Great and Little Thurlow, Suffolk. d.c1622.
c1569-c1592
Thomas Scotte, M.A. ?Vicar of Castle Sowerby, Cumb.
1571-1577
William Bradley, M.A. Rector of Laceby, Lincs., of Lusby, Lincs., of Irby, Lincs.
1572-1579
Henry Goad, M.A., B.D. University Preacher. d.1579.
1572-1576
Robert Harrington, M.A., B.D. Vicar of Sible Hedingham, Suffolk. d.1594.
1572-1590
John Jegon, M.A., B.D., D.D. Proctor, Scrutator, University Preacher, Vice-Chancellor. Vice-President. Master of Corpus Christi College, 1590-1603. Rector of St Botolph's, Cambridge, of Redmile, Leics., of Beckingham, Lincs., Prebendary of Southwell, Dean of Norwich, Bishop of Norwich. d.1618.
1572-1577
George Jermyn, M.A.(fil. nob.). d.1577.
1572-1589
William Middleton, M.A., M.A.(Oxon.), B.D. Elected Master of Corpus Christi College 1603. Ejected by the President in 1575, but reinstated by the Chancellor at the insistence of several Fellows. Rector of Hardwick, Cambs. d.1613.
1572-1578
John Pachet, M.A. Rector of Panfield, Essex, of Hintlesham, Suff., of Skirpenbeck, Yorks., of Full Sutton, Yorks. Possibly son of William Pachet (1558). d.c1623.
1572-1585
William Stone, M.A., B.D., D.D. Taxor. Chaplain to the Lord Chancellor. Rector of Chelmsford, Essex, of Little Thurrock, Essex, Archdeacon and Prebendary of Chichester. d.c1597.
1572-1582
Richard Turswell, M.A., B.D. Rector of Wadingham St Mary, Lincs., of Manton, Lincs., Prebendary of Lincoln. d.c1612.
c1573
Andrew Arnold, M.A., B.D. Vicar of Hillingdon, Middx., of St John's Watling Street, London, of St Christopher-le-Stock, London. d.1614.
1573-1578
William Laurence, M.A., B.D. Rector of Newton by Wisbech, Cambs., ? Rector of Stretham, Cambs. d.1621.
c1574
Roger Williams, M.A., B.D. ?Rector of St Albans, Herts., Vicar of St Peter's, St Albans. d.1626.
c1575
?William Hutchinson, M.A., B.D.(Oxon.). (Tutor of this name in the College records, not in Venn). Chaplain to the Bishop of London, Vicar of Rickmansworth, Herts., Rector of St Christopher-le-Stock, London, of St Botolph's, Bishopsgate, London, Vicar of Hutton, Essex, Rector of St Michael Bassishaw, London, of Castle Camps, Cambs., Prebendary of St Paul's, Archdeacon of St Albans.
1576-1582
Thomas Hughes or Hewes, M.A. Barrister, Dean of the Chapel of Grey's Inn.
1576-1611
Clement Smith, M.A., B.D., D.D. Chaplain to the Earl of Nottingham, Rector of St Botolph's, Cambridge, of Skeyton, Norf., Vicar of Oakington, Cambs. Nephew of Sir Thomas Smith (1530). d.1611.
1576-1580
Robert Swinburne, M.A.
1577-1585
Edward Garrett, M.A., B.D.
1578-1586
John Smith, M.A., B.D. ?Proctor. Rector of St Botolph's, Cambridge. ?Headmaster of Ipswich School.
1579-1592
Humphrey Atherton, M.A., B.D. d.1592.
1579
?Thomas Stockton, B.A. (Could have been confused with the next).
1579
Thomas Stoughton or Staughton, M.A. Vicar of Coggeshall, Essex.
1578-1614
HUMPHREY TYNDALL, M.A., B.D., D.D. Fellow of Pembroke 1567 (aged only 18) and Bursar of Pembroke. PRESIDENT 1578-1614. Vice-Chancellor, University Preacher. Chaplain to Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester, Vicar of Soham, Cambs., Rector of Wentworth, Cambs., Chancellor and Prebendary of Lichfield, Archdeacon of Stafford, Prebendary of Southwell, Dean of Ely. Brother of Sir John Tyndall, Master in Chancery, who acted as Steward of Queens' until murdered by a man against whom he had given judgement. d.1614.
1581-1585
William Parker, M.A., B.D.(Oxon.). ?Rector of St Mary Magdalen, Exeter, Vicar of St Uny, Redruth, Cornwall, Rector of Borcouse, of St Tudy, of Blisland, Cornwall, Archdeacon of Totnes, then of Cornwall, Prebendary of Exeter. Nephew of William Chaderton. d.1631.
1582-1585
Gamaliel Capel, M.A.
1582-1590
Richard Sparke, M.A., B.D.
1582-1601
Henry Godley, M.A., B.D. Vicar of Onehouse, Suffolk. d.1623.
1582-1592
John Mann, M.A., B.D. d.1592.
1582-1593
Richard Milbourne, M.A., D.D. Rector of Sevenoaks, Kent, of Cheam, Surrey, Vicar of Goudhurst, Kent, Dean of Rochester, Chaplain to Henry Prince of Wales. Bishop of St David's and of Carlisle. d.1624.
1582-1600
Zachary Steward, M.A., B.D., D.D. Rector of Easington, Yorks., Prebendary of York, Chaplain to the Archbishop of York. d.1618.
c1582-
John Harvey, M.A. Medical Practitioner in Lynn, Astronomical Author. (Twigg, not Venn).
1583-1586
Richard Bateman, B.A. Vicar of Barnet-by-le-Wold, Lincs. d.1617.
1583-1594
John Seaman, M.A.,?LL.D. Taxor. Chancellor of Gloucester. d.?1623.
1584
Thomas Brightman, M.A., B.D. Rector of Hawnes, Beds. Active early Puritan. Theological Author. d.1607.
1584-1588
Thomas Puckering, M.A., B.D., D.D. ?Rector of Grimsby St Mary, Lincs., Prebendary of Norwich and of St Paul's. d.1627.
1585-1592
Thomas Astill, M.A.
1585-1605
Ralph Davenport, M.A., B.D. Rector of Barton Mills, Suffolk, of Toppesfield, Essex. d.1605.
1585-1588
Sir Miles Sandys, M.A., M.P., Kt., Bt. Fellow of Peterhouse 1581. Proctor, Member of Parliament for the University. Prebendary of York, Knight, Baronet, M.P. for Huntingdon, for Cambridgeshire. Sheriff of Cambs. and of Hunts. Son of Edwin Sandys, Archbishop of York. d.1645.
1586-1592
Edward Engham, M.A.
1587-1594
Richard Bound, M.A., M.D. Fellow of Peterhouse 1581-86. d.1603.
1587-1591
Robert Whalley, M.A. d.1591.
1588-1589
Thomas Colman, M.A. d.1589.
1588-1597
William Nicolson, M.A. ?Vicar of Ashen, Essex, Vicar of Wigborough Parva, Essex. d.c1640.
1589-1599
William Covell or Cowell or Covil, M.A., D.D. Vicar of Sittingbourne, Kent, of Leaveland, Kent, Rector of Mersham, Kent, Sub-Dean and Prebendary of Lincoln, Fellow of King James' College, Chelsea, Chaplain to Archbishop Abbot of Canterbury. d.?1614.
1589-1600
George Meriton, M.A., B.D., D.D. Proctor. Rector of Hadleigh, Essex, Dean of Bocking, Essex, Dean of Peterborough, Chaplain to Queen Anne of Denmark, Dean and Canon of York. d.1624.
1589-1600
Robert Rudd, M.A., B.D. Rector of St Florence, Pembroke, Chancellor and Archdeacon of St David's (ejected and imprisoned, 1644). d.1648.
1590-1603
William Robinson, M.A., B.D., D.D. University Preacher. Rector of Long Whatton, Leics., of Bingham, Notts., Prebendary of York, of Westminster, and of St David's, Archdeacon of Nottingham. Half-brother of Archbishop William Laud. d.1642.
1590-1598
Henry Whereiwas, M.A.
c1591
Beaupre Bell, M.A. d.1638. (Not in Venn).
1592-1601
Clement French, M.A., B.D. Vicar of Stradishall, Suff., Rector of Castle Camps, Cambs.
1592-1601
Walter Howse, M.A., B.D. Vicar of St Andrew's, Cambridge, Rector of Little Bytham, Lincs., of West Deeping, Lincs. d.c1610.
1592-1611
George Mountaigne or Mountain, M.A., B.D., D.D. Proctor. Chaplain to the Earl of Essex, Professor of Divinity at Gresham College, Master of the Savoy and Chaplain to King James I, Rector of Great Cressingham, Norf., of Aspeden, Herts., of Cheam, Surrey, Dean of Westminster. Bishop of Lincoln, of London, then of Durham, Archbishop of York. d.1628.
1592-1611
Robert Pearson, M.A., B.D., D.D. Taxor. Rector of North Creake, Norf., of Great Snoring, Norfolk, Archdeacon of Suffolk, Prebendary of Sarum. d.1640.
1592-1605
John Rodeknight, M.A. Master of King's College School. d.1615.
1593-1597
Philip Bell, B.A.
1593-1598
Henry Parker, M.A. d.1599.
1594-1611
Nathaniel Fletcher, M.A., B.D. Rector of Barking and Darmsden, Suffolk. Brother of John Fletcher, the Dramatist.
1597-1622
JOHN DAVENANT, M.A., B.D., D.D. Greek Lector, Dean. PRESIDENT 1614-22. Lady Margaret Professor of Divinity. Rector of Fleet, Lincs., of Leake, Notts., of Cottenham, Cambs., Bishop of Salisbury, Delegate at the Synod of Dort. Theological Author. Uncle of Dr Thomas Fuller, the historian. d.1641.
1597-1607
John Forrest, M.A., B.D. d.1607.
1597-1604
Robert Townson or Tounson, M.A., B.D., D.D. Vicar of Wellingborough, Northants., Rector of Wold, Northants., Dean of Westminster, Chaplain to King Charles I. Bishop of Salisbury. Son of the College cook, married to John Davenant's sister. d.1621.
1598-c1610
Daniel Wigmore, M.A., B.D. Rector of Wentworth, Cambs., of Northwold, Norf., of Snailwell, Cambs., Vicar of Trinity Church, Ely, Prebendary and Archdeacon of Ely.
1599-1618
Edward Bigland, M.A., B.D. Vicar of Packington, Leics., Rector of Osgathorpe, Leics., of East Leake, Notts. d.1650.
1599-1606
Oliver Bowles, M.A. Rector of Abbots Ripton, Hunts, of Sutton, Beds.
1599-1616
Thomas Dengayne, M.A., B.D. Rector of Mautby, Norfolk.
1599-1608
Thomas Hall, M.A. Taxor. Rector of Abbots Ripton, Hunts. d.1618.
1599-1608
George Taylor, M.A.
1599-1624
John Turner, M.A., B.D. Vice-President. Taxor. Rector of Little Eversden, Cambs. d.1630.
1599-1612
Simon Tindall, M.A., B.D. Proctor. Vicar of St Andrew the Great, Cambridge, Chaplain in the East India Company. Probably nephew of Humphrey Tyndall.