Hugh Price, M.A. Rector of Newton Toney, Wilts. d.1853.
Robert Gutch, M.A. Rector of Seagrave, Leics. d.1851.
Thomas Penny White, M.A. Minister of St John the Baptist's Chapel, Winchester, Rector of Droxford, Hants. Benefactor. d.1845.
William Mandell, M.A., B.D. Proctor, University Preacher. Vice-President, Dean, and Tutor. Notable Cambridge evangelical. d.1843.
HENRY GODFREY, M.A., B.D., D.D. PRESIDENT 1820-32. Vice-Chancellor. d.1832.
William Ewbank, M.A. Rector of North Witham, Lincs. d.1840.
Thomas Reader Gleadowe, M.A. Rector of Frodesley, Salop. d.1842.
Thomas Perronet Thompson, M.A., F.R.S., M.P. Serving Midshipman on election. Prisoner of War in Argentina. Served as a Lieutenant of Dragoons in the Peninsular War. Governor of Sierra Leone. General in the Army. Proprietor of the Westminster Review. Member of Parliament for Hull and for Bradford. d.1869.
Robert Pedder Buddicom, M.A., F.S.A. Dean. Rector of Everton, Lancs., Vicar of St Bee's, Cumberland. Principal of St Bee's College. d.1846.
Thomas Webster, M.A., B.D. Vicar of Oakington, Cambs., Rector of St Botolph's, Cambridge. d.1840
Edward Anderson, M.A., B.D. Rector of Hickling, Notts. d.1843.
Francis Roach Spragg, M.A. Vicar of Combe St Nicholas, Somerset, Prebendary of Salisbury. d.1838.
Thomas Beevor, M.A., B.D. Dean. d.c1868.
George Gornelius Gorham, M.A., B.D. Vicar of St Just-in-Penwith, Cornwall, Vicar of Bamford Speke, Devon. Controversial theologian, author on antiquities. d.1857.
John Toplis, M.A., B.D. Assistant Tutor, Tutor, Dean. Headmaster of Nottingham Free Grammar School. Rector of South Walsham, Norfolk. d.1857.
John Viny Button, M.A. d.c1874.
John Vincent Thompson, M.A., F.S.A. Bye-Fellow. Barrister. Serjeant-at-law, Recorder of Beverley. d.1856.
Joseph Holmes, M.A., D.D. Tutor, Bursar, and Dean. Headmaster of the Free Grammar School, Leeds. d.1854.
Joseph Jee, M.A., B.D. Proctor. Bursar and Dean. d.1829.
Thomas Dinham Atkinson, M.A. Perp. Curate of St Philip's, Sheffield, Rector of East Wortham, Norfolk., Vicar of Rugeley, Staffs. d.1865.
Samuel Carr, M.A. Bursar, Superior Bursar, Dean, and Theological Lecturer. Chaplain to the Duke of Cambridge. Vicar of Great Eversden, Rector of Little Eversden, Cambs., Vicar of St Peter's, Colchester. d.1854.
John Baines Graham, M.A. Dean, Theological Lecturer, Philosophical Lecturer. Vicar of Micklegate, York, Rector of Burnsall, Yorks., Vicar of Felkirk, Yorks. Master of Hemsworth Grammar School. d.1860.
Henry Foster Barham, M.A. Minister of Bayswater Proprietory Chapel, London. d.1827.
Henry Venn, M.A., B.D. Proctor. Dean and Assistant Tutor. Friend and ally of Charles Simeon. Evening Lecturer at Great St Mary's, Cambridge, Rector of Drypool, Hull, Rector of St John's, Holloway, London, Prebendary of St Paul's. Member of the Royal Commissions on Clerical Subscriptions and on Ritual Reform. Hon. Sec. of the Church Missionary Society. Evangelical leader. Son of John Venn, one of the founders of the C.M.S. and central figure of the 'Clapham Sect' and grandson of Henry Venn (1749). Father of Dr John Venn, Fellow and President of Gonville and Caius College (the inventor of Venn Diagrams) and grandfather of J.A.Venn, President of Queens’ 1935-58. d.1873.
Joseph Dewe, M.A., B.D. Dean, Bursar, and Censor Theologicus. Rector of Rockland St Mary, Norfolk. d.c1868.
JOSHUA KING, M.A., LL.D. PRESIDENT 1832-57. Assistant Tutor, Tutor, Philosophical Lecturer. Vice-Chancellor, Lucasian Professor of Mathematics. President of the Cambridge Philosophical Society. d.1857.
Thomas Tattershall, M.A., D.D. Trotters Fellow. Dean. Perp. Curate of St Augustus', Everton, Lancs. d.1846.
Samuel Fennell, M.A., B.D., D.D. Assistant Tutor, Dean, Bursar, Censor Theologicus, Tutor. Principal of the Proprietory School at Wakefield. d.1843.
Henry Farish, M.A. Assistant Tutor, Dean, and Tutor. Perp. Curate of St Mary's, Sheffield, of Ecclesall Bierlow, Yorks. Nephew of Charles Farish (1792). d.1856.
John Wade Hubbersty, M.A. Dean and Praelector. “Performed many marriages at St Mary’s, Blackburn”. d.1831.
John Sandys, M.A. Perp. Curate of St Paul's, Islington, London, Rector of Pakefield, Suff., of Rockland St Mary, Norfolk. d.1879.
Thomas Clowes, M.A. Perp. Curate of St Mary's Chapel, Great Yarmouth, Rector of St Lawrence, Norfolk, Vicar of Ashbocking, Suffolk. Headmaster of the Proprietory School at Great Yarmouth. d.1862.
John Graham, M.A. Proctor. Dean, Bursar, Praelector, Censor Theologicus. Rector of Cosgrove, Northants. d.1869.
Robert Barrick, M.A. Assistant Tutor, Praelector, Tutor. d.1835.
William Henry Walker, M.A., B.D. Bye-Fellow, Bursar. Rector of St Botolph's, Cambridge, of Hickling, Notts. Chaplain to St George's Hospital, London. d.1857.
John Venn, M.A. Perp. Curate of Pinner, Middx., Vicar of St Peter's with St Owen's, Hereford, Prebendary of Hereford. Brother of Henry Venn (1819). d.1890.
Theodosius Burnett Stuart, M.A., B.D. Dean. Vicar of Northallerton, Yorks., of Wookey, Somerset, Prebendary of Wells. d.1868.
John Sheffield, M.A. Barrister. Equity Draftsman and Conveyancer. d.1894.
Thomas Scott, M.A. Rector of Nether Broughton, Leics., Vicar of Isleham, Cambs., Rector of Wappenham, Northants., Honorary Canon of Peterborough. d.1880.
Frederick Dusautoy, M.A. Bye-Fellow. Vicar of Mark, Bridgwater, Somerset. Author in Theology and Geology. d.1891.
GEORGE PHILLIPS, M.A., B.D., D.D. PRESIDENT 1857-92. Assistant Tutor, Dean, Tutor, Censor Theologicus, Hebrew Lecturer, Praelector. Vice-Chancellor. Rector of Sandon, Essex. Author in Mathematics and Oriental Languages. Benefactor. d.1892.
James Edward Dalton, M.A., B.D. Vice-President, Praelector, Dean, Hebrew Lecturer, Bursar, Censor Theologicus. Proctor. Curate of Holy Sepulchre, Cambridge, during the controversial restoration. Rector of Seagrave, Lincs. Uncle of Rev John Neale Dalton, Governor of the Prince of Wales and tutor to his children. d.1889.
William Dixson Rangeley, M.A., B.D. Assistant Tutor, Praelector, Dean, Censor Theologicus, Tutor. Rector of Grimston, Norfolk. d.1853.
John Newton Peill, M.A., B.D., F.R.A.S. Bursar, Dean, Tutor, Praelector. Rector of St Botolph's, Cambridge, of Newton Toney, Wilts. d.1879.
John Rowlands, M.A., B.D. Dean, Praelector, Censor Theologicus. Perp. Curate of Nerquis, Flints., Rector of Grimston, Norfolk., of Newton Toney, Wilts. d.1888.
George Whitaker, M.A. Dean, Praelector, Classical Lecturer. Vicar of Oakington, Cambs., Rector of Newton Toney, Wilts. First Provost of Trinity College, Toronto. Archdeacon of York, Toronto. d.1882.
Philip Kelland, M.A., F.R.S., F.R.S.E. Philosophical Lecturer, Mathematical Lecturer, Assistant Tutor. Professor of Mathematics, Edinburgh University. President of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, President of the Society of Arts, founder of the Life Association of Scotland. d.1879.
Robert Main, M.A., F.R.S., F.R.A.S. Assistant at the Royal Observatory, Greenwich, Secretary and President of the Royal Astronomical Society, Radcliffe Observer at the University of Oxford. Married Mary Kelland, sister of Philip Kelland (1835). d.1878.
William Webster, M.A. Bye-Fellow. Lecturer at St Olave, Jewry, London, Minister of the Episcopal Chapel, Twickenham. Master at the City of London School and at King's College School. Son of Thomas Webster (1807). d.1873.
Osborne Reynolds, M.A. Rector of Rockland St Mary, Norfolk. Headmaster of the Grammar School at Dedham. d.1890.
Joseph Townson, M.A. Dean and Praelector. d.1848.
Robert Moon, M.A. Barrister. Hon.Fellow 1868-89. Restorer of the College Hall. d.1889.
Richard Potter, M.A., L.R.C.P. Former Manchester warehouseman, mature student. Praelector. Professor of Natural Philosophy and Astronomy at University College, London. Scientific Author. d.1886.
Alfred Paul Jodrell Mills, M.A. Assistant Tutor, Praelector. d.1845.
Sir William Fitzherbert, M.A., F.R.C.P., C.M.G., K.C.M.G. Bye-Fellow. Physician in London. Member for Wellington in the New Zealand House of Representatives, Colonial Treasurer, Commissioner of Stamp Duties, Secretary for Crown Lands and Immigration, Speaker of the New Zealand Legislative Council. d.1891.
James Newton Goren, M.A. Steward of the Courts. Barrister. Equity Draftsman and Conveyancer. d.1894.
William Henry Edwards, M.A., B.D. Bursar and Praelector. Proctor. Rector of St Botolph's, Cambridge, of Hickling, Notts. d.c1884.
William Christopher Daniel Deighton, M.A. Barrister. d.1864.
Herbert Davies, M.A., M.B., M.D., F.R.C.P. Censor and Councillor of the Royal College of Physicians, Physician to the London Hospital and to the Bank of England. d.1885.
Arthur Scratchley, M.A. Sadleirian Lecturer. Barrister. Actuary, Secretary and General Manager of Western Life Assurance Society, President of the Friendly Societies Institute. d.1897.
Archibald Sandeman, M.A. Assistant Tutor, Tutor. Professor of Natural Philosophy, then Professor of Mathematics at Owen's College, Manchester. d.1893.
John Buckley, M.A., B.D. Praelector and Bursar. Rector of Sandon, Essex. d.?c1866.
Robert Andrews, M.A. Assistant Tutor, Tutor. Master at Shrewsbury School and at Cheltenham College. d.1852.
Thomas Nettleship Staley, M.A., D.D. Tutor and Principal of St Mark's College, Chelsea, then Principal of the Collegiate School, Wandsworth. Bishop of Honolulu, 1861-70. Member of the Privy Council of the King of Hawaii. Chaplain of the most noble order of Kamehameha. Rector of Oakley with Croxall, Derbys. d.1898.
Richard Watson, M.A. Assistant Tutor, Tutor, Praelector, Dean, Mathematical Lecturer, Vice-President. Proctor. d.c1860.
George Cox Pollard, M.A. Bursar, Dean, Praelector. Rector of South Walsham St Laurence, Vicar of South Walsham St Mary, Norfolk. d.1901.
Stanley Taylor Gibson, M.A., B.D. Praelector, Dean, Bursar. Rector of St Botolph's, Cambridge, of Sandon, Essex. d.1889.
WILLIAM MAGAN CAMPION, M.A., B.D., D.D. PRESIDENT 1892-96. Mathematical Lecturer, Sadleirian Lecturer, Tutor, Dean, Steward, Praelector. Proctor. Secretary of the Council of the Senate, Lady Margaret Preacher. Rector of St Botolph's, Cambridge, Hon. Canon of Ely. d.1896.
Edward Ind Welldon, M.A. Second Master of Tonbridge School. Father of J.E.C.Welldon, Headmaster of Harrow, Bishop of Calcutta and Primate of India. d.1879.
Thomas York, M.A. Bursar. Rector of Litle Eversden and Vicar of Great Eversden, Cambs. d.?1887.
Alfred James Carver, M.A., D.D.(Lambeth). Classical Lecturer. Surmaster of St Paul's School, Master of Dulwich College. Honorary Canon of Rochester. d.1909.
William George Searle, M.A. Praelector, Dean. President of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society. Hon. Curator of Coins at the Fitzwilliam Museum. College historian. Vicar of Oakington with Westwick, Cambs. d.1913.
Dudley Somerville, M.A. Chaplain to the Army (in the Crimea, etc.). d.1881.
Charles Baron Clarke, M.A., F.G.S., F.L.S., F.R.S. Steward, Praelector, Mathematical Lecturer. Barrister, Botanist. Inspector of Schools in Eastern Bengal and later of India. Superintendant of the Calcutta Botanical Gardens. President of the Linnean Society. d.1906.
Gerard Brown Finch, M.A., Q.C., LL.D.h.c. (Pennsylvania). Barrister. Hon. Fellow 1886-1913. President of the Theosophical Society of London. Returned to Cambridge and taught law, ordained deacon late in life. Son-in-law of Dr Joshua King (1820). Councillor and Alderman of the Borough of Cambridge, Councillor and Vice-Chairman, Cambridgeshire County Council. Governor of Addenbrooke’s Hospital. Benefactor. d.1913.
John Clark, M.A. Steward, Praelector. Popular 'coach' for the Ordinary Degree. d.1900.
George Middleton Slesser, M.A. Son of a crofter in Buchan. Professor of Mathematics at Queen's College, Belfast. d.1862 of consumption.
Thomas Skelton, M.A., B.D. S.P.G. Missionary at Delhi. Professor and Principal of Bishop's College, Calcutta. Lecturer at St Augustine's College, Canterbury, Principal of the Missionary College at Burgh, Lincs. Rector of Hickling, Notts., Prebendary of Lincoln and of Southwell. d.1915.
Edward James Stone, M.A., F.R.A.S., F.R.S., Dr N Phil.(Padua). Chief Assistant at the Greenwich Observatory. Astronomer Royal at the Cape of Good Hope, Radcliffe Observer at the University of Oxford. President of the Royal Astronomical Society. Hon. Fellow 1875-1897. d.1897.
William George Longden, M.A. Fellow and Tutor of Radley College, Warden of St Columba's College, Dublin. Vicar of St Mark's, South Norwood, Surrey, Rector of Great Chart, Kent. d.1898.
Thomas Nolan Miller, M.A., Ph.D.(Gottingen). Classical Lecturer. Assistant Master at Haileybury College, at Uppingham School, at University College School, Assistant Chaplain to the English College at Rome. Headmaster of the Boys' High School, Christchurch, New Zealand. Lektor at Gottingen and Strasbourg Universities. d.1900.
George Style, M.A. Assistant Master at Clifton College, Headmaster of Giggleswick School. Rector of Chalbury, Dorset. d.1922.
George Pirie, M.A.(Aberdeen), M.A., LL.D. h.c.(St Andrews). Mathematical Lecturer, Bursar, Tutor, Dean, and Praelector. Proctor. Professor of Mathematics at Aberdeen University. d.1904.
Osborne Reynolds, M.A., LL.D. h.c.(Glasgow), M.I.C.E., F.R.S. Professor of Engineering at Owen's College, Manchester. Hon. Fellow 1882-1912. Son of Osborne Reynolds (1837). “Reynolds Numbers” in Fluid Dynamics are named after him. d.1912.
Arthur Wright, M.A., B.D., D.D. Classical Lecturer, Dean, Tutor, Steward, Praelector, Vice-President, Librarian. d.1924.
Edmund Child Haynes, M.A. Solicitor in London. Benefactor. d.1910.
Samuel Waymouth, M.A. Professor of Mathematics at Durham University. d.1873 of typhoid whilst holidaying in Switzerland.
William Gibson, M.A. Solicitor. Benefactor. d.1917.
William Wright, M.A.(St Andrews), M.A., LL.D. h.c., LL.D. h.c.(St.Andrews), Ph.D. h.c.(Leyden), D.C.L. h.c.(Oxon). Professor of Arabic at University College, London, and at Trinity College, Dublin. Assistant in the Department of Manuscripts and Assistant Keeper of the British Museum. Hon. Fellow 1869-70. Sir Thomas Adams's Professor of Arabic. Member of the Old Testament revision committee. Corresponding member of the Royal Institute of Science of Lombardy and of the Royal Academy of Berlin. d.1889.
Ernest Temperley, M.A. Tutor, Bursar. Proctor. Mathematical Lecturer at Girton. d.1889.
Henry Taylor Bovey, M.A., LL.D.(McGill), D.C.L.(Lennoxville), F.R.S.Can., M.I.C.E., F.R.S. Assistant Engineer, Merseyside Docks and Harbour Works. Professor of Civil Engineering and Applied Mechanics, McGill University, Montreal, and Dean of Applied Sciences. Founder Member and President of the Canadian Society of Civil Engineers. President of the Royal Society of Canada. Rector of Imperial College, London. Hon. Fellow 1906-12. d.1912.
James Niven, M.A.(Aberdeen), LL.D.(Aberdeen), M.A., M.B., B.Chir. Assistant Medical Officer, Deptford Fever and Smallpox Hospitals. Medical Practicioner in Manchester. Medical Officer of Health of Oldham. Medical Superintendent, Westhulme Hospital. Medical Officer of Health of Manchester 1894-1922. Lecturer in Hygiene at Owen's College, Manchester. Expert on public health. d.(suicide) 1925.
Frank Bridgeman Walters, M.A. Assistant Master at Clifton College, at Dover College, Principal of King William's College, Isle of Man. d.1899.
Joseph Henry Gray, M.A., J.P. Classical Lecturer, Dean, Tutor, Vice-President. Proctor, Select Preacher, Member of the Council of Senate. Assistant Master at the King's School, Ely. Chaplain to the Bishop of Ely, Honorary Canon of Peterborough. Provincial Grand Chaplain of England and Provincial Grand Master of Cambridgeshire of the Freemasons. College historian. President of the University Rugby Club 1895-1932. d.1932.
George Francis Walker, M.A. Fellow and Tutor of Durham University. Professor of Mathematics at Aukland, New Zealand. Drowned 1883 a few hours after arriving in Aukland.
James Wood, M.A. Chief Mathematical Master of Glasgow Academy. d.1912.
Alexander McIntosh, M.A. Assistant Master at Mill Hill School.
William Montgomery Coates, M.A.(T.C.D.), M.A. Bursar, Tutor, Mathematics Lecturer, 'coach'. Moderator in Mathematics and Physics, T.C.D. d.1912.
Robert Hatch Kennett, M.A., B.D., D.D. Chaplain and Hebrew and Syriac Lecturer. University Lecturer in Aramaic, Regius Professor of Hebrew. Proctor in Convocation, Ely. Hon. Canon of Ely. d.1932.
William Stanley Melsome, M.A., B.Chir., M.D., F.R.C.S. Demonstrator in Anatomy. Resident at the Westminster Hospital, Evelina Hospital for children. In Medical Practice in Bath. Benefactor. d.1944.
Francis Giffard Plaistowe, M.A. Librarian for 43 years. d.1943.
Joseph Francis Ward, M.A.
Andrew Munro, M.A. Mathematical Lecturer, Bursar, Steward, Vice-President. Proctor, University Lecturer in Mathematics. Benefactor. d.1935.
HERBERT EDWARD RYLE, M.A., B.D., D.D., C.V.O., K.C.V.O., F.B.A., Q.H.C., D.D. h.c.(Oxon.), D.D. h.c.(Glasgow). Principal of St David's College, Lampeter and Rector of Llangeler, Cardigans. Hulsean Professor of Divinity. Fellow and Honorary Fellow of King's 1881-1925. Hon. Canon of Ripon. PRESIDENT 1896-1901. Hon. Chaplain to Queen Victoria. Hon. Fellow 1901-1925. Bishop of Exeter, Bishop of Winchester, Dean of Westminster. Prolocutor of the Lower House of Canterbury Convocation, Chairman of the House of Clergy. Son of J.Charles Ryle, first Bishop of Liverpool and leading Evangelical. d.1925.
William Garden Fraser, M.A. Inspector of Schools in Scotland. d.1935.
Sir Reginald Gresham Clive Paterson, M.A., C.B., K.B.E. Director of Finance at the War Office, Deputy Under-Secretary of State for War. d.1939.