List of Carthusians, 1800–1879/E
Eagle, Francis King, 1800-2. Of Bury St. Edmunds, b. 1784. Trin. Coll. Cam. LL.B. Barrister.
Eagle, Robert, 1800-1. Died young.
Eagle, William, 1800-5. Trin. Coll. Cam. Barrister of the Temple.
Eamer,* Henry Scott, 1817. Son of Sir John Eamer, Knt. b. 1803. Deceased.
Eardley, William, 1878. Son of Rev. William Eardley, Vicar of Cantley, Yorks. b. 1863.
|Eardley-Wilmot,* Edward Parry, 1855.||See Wilmot.|
|Eardley-Wilmot,* Ernest Augustus, 1862.|
|Eardley-Wilmot, Hugh Eden, 1862.|
|Eardley-Wilmot, William Assheton, 1853.|
Earle (Sir) Hardman(Bart.), 1804-9. Son of Thomas Earle, of Spekelands, Lancashire, b. 1792. Merchant in Liverpool. Created a Baronet, 1869; d. 1877.
Earle, Henry, 1802-5.
Earle, James, 1802-4.
Earle, Richard, 1807-14. Brother of Sir Hardman Earle (above), b. 1796. St. John's Coll. Cam. Senior Op. Barrister. Poor Law Commissioner in Ireland, d. 1848.
Eastlake (Sir) Charles Locke (Knt.). Son of the late George Eastlake, Judge Advocate at Plymouth, b. 1793. President of the Royal Academy. F.R.S. Director of the National Gallery, &c., d. 1865.
Eastlake,* William, 1868-71. Son of William Eastlake, of Plymouth, Deputy Judge Advocate to the Fleet, b. 1855. Solicitor at Plymouth.
Easton, Francis Henry Tytherley, 1873. Son of Charles Easton, Holton Hall, Holdsworth. b. 1859. Trin. Coll. Cam.
Eastwick, Edward Backhouse (C.B.), 1827. Son of late Robt. Wm. Eastwick. b. 1814. Post-Master of Merton Coll. Oxf. Indian Army and Civil Service. F.R.S. 1851. Late M.P. for Penryn and Falmouth. Made a C.B. for his Services in Persia, 1859. Author of several translations and works on Oriental literature, &c.
Eaton, Thomas, 1818. Son of Thomas Eaton, R.N. b. 1805. Trin. Coll. Cam. Rector of W. Kirby. Canon of Chester. Formerly Rector of St. Mary's, Chester.
Ebden, John Watts, 1823. Eldest son of John Bardwell Ebden, of Capetown, b. 1810. Fellow of Trin. Hall, Cam. Formerly Attorney Genl. and a Judge of the Supreme Court, Cape of Good Hope.
Ebden,* Leonard Powney, 1878. Eldest son of Richard Powney Ebden, of the Colonial Office, b. 1864.
Eddis, John Elwin, 1873. Son of Arthur Shelly Eddis, 19, Old Sq., Lincoln's Inn. Trin. Hall, Cam.
Eddis, Kenneth Hubert, 1878. Brother of the above, b. 1865.
Eden, Reuben, 1834-36. Left in ill-health.
Edgar,* Edward Alexander Kerr, 1822. Son of the late Capt. Edgar, R.A. b. 1811. Civil Service. Retired 1871.
Edgell, Harry, 1823, b. 1810. St. John's Coll. Cam. Rector of Nacton.
Edgell, William Charles, 1826. Son of Henry Edgell. b. 1813. St. John's Coll. Oxf. Rector of Uggeshall, Norfolk.
Edgeworth, Michael Pakenham, 1823-25. Brother of the above, b. 1812. Bengal Civil Service. Retired 1859. Author of many works and papers on Oriental languages, Botany, &c.
Edis, Robert Wilkie, 1876. Son of Robert W. Edis, F.S.A.
Edmonds, Walter John Rastall, 1866-68, b. 1853.
Edwards, Andrew, 1809-11, b. 1794. Caius Coll. Cam. Afterwards Fellow of Magd. Coll. Oxf. 2nd Class. Holy Orders. B.D. 1828.
Edwards, Arthur George, 1874.
Edwards, Edward James Justinian George, 1819. Son of James Edwards, b. 1811. Went to Shrewsbury School. Ball. Coll. Oxf. Hebrew Scholar. Vicar of Trentham.
Edwards, Fitzjames Maine, 1874. Son of James Edwards, M.D., of Benarth, Carnarvonshire, b. 1861.
Edwards, Henry Rodie, 1826, b. 1816.
Edwards, James, 1819, b. 1809.
Edwards, John Alabaster, 1821, b. 1813.
Edwards, Lawrence Tucker, 1820, b. 1807. Trin. Hall, Cam. Rector of Waltham, Essex.
Edwards, Lushington, 1804-7.
Edwards, William Horatio, 1826. Son of Thomas Spencer Edwards, of Antigua, b. 1810. B.N.C. Oxf. Holy Orders. Died in Antigua.
Egerton, Cecil Martin, 1874-77. Son of Lieut.-Col. the Hon. Arthur Egerton. b. 1859.
Egerton, Granville George Algernon, 1872-74. Brother of the above. R.M. Coll. Sandhurst.
Elder, Edward, 1826-30. Son of John W. Edward Elder, of Barbados. b. 1812. Scholar of Ball. Coll. Oxf. 1st Class Lit. Hum. Head Master of Durham School. Head Master of Charterhouse, 1853, d. 1858.
Ellaby, William Francis, 1826, b. 1817.
Elliot, Hugh, 1877. Son of Frederick Eden Elliot, E. I. Civil Service, b. 1863.
Elliot, Norman Bruce, 1863. Left the same year, b. 1848.
Elliott, Joseph, 1825, b. 1817.
Ellis, Bernard, 1874. Son of C. Ellis, of Beddingham, Sussex. Articled to a Solicitor.
Ellis, Clement George Lumley, 1878.
Ellis, Francis Jervoise, 1822. Son of Rev. Francis Ellis. b. 1809. Mert. Coll. Oxf. M.A. 1835.
Ellis,* Frederick John, 1838-43, b. 1828. 58th Bengal Native Infantry. Retired Major-General 1876.
Ellis, George Henry, 1831-37, b. 1820. Indian Civil Service, Madras.
Ellis, Godin, 1818, b. 1805.
Ellis,* Henry Augustus Lewis, 1835-42. Son of the Hon.Henry Ellis, b. 1823. Ex. Coll. Oxf. 1st Bengal Light Cavalry. A.D.C. to Lord Hardinge, d. 1852.
Ellis, John Chute, 1860-61, b. 1848.
Ellis, Robert, 1803-5, b. 1790. Trin. Coll. Cam. J.P. of N. and E. Ridings and Vicar of Acaster-Malbis, Yorks.
Ellis, Robert Staunton (C.B.), 1838-40, b. 1826. Madras Civil Service. C.B. 1860; d. 1877.
Ellis, Thomas Chute, 1860-61, b. 1849.
Ellis, Walter James Elley, 1823, b. 1808. Caius Coll. Cam.
Ellman, Henry John, 1815-17. Son of John Ellman, of Glynde, Sussex, b. 1799. Wadh. Coll. Oxf. B.C.L. 1828. Rector of Carlton, Beds, d. 1862.
Elrington, Robert Fenwick, 1869-70. Son of Rev. R. B. F. Elrington. b. 1855. Lieut. Cornwall Miners Artillery Militia.
Elwes, Henry Robert Harrington Carey, 1820, b. 1808. Of Billing Hall, Northampton. Was in the Army; deceased.
Elwyn, Richard, 1836-45. Son of Rev. W. Elwyn, Vicar of Loose, near Maidstone. b. 1827. Scholar and Fellow of Tin. Coll. Cam. Bell and Craven Scholarships. Members Prizeman. Junr. Opt. and Senior Classic, &c. Head Master of Charterhouse, 1858. Head Master of S. Peter's School, York, 1864. Prebendary of York. Vicar of Ramsgate. Hon. Canon of Canterbury.
Elwyn,* William, 1834-41. Brother of the above, b. 1822. Ch. Coll. Cam. 58th Bengal Native Infantry. Retired Major-Gen. 1874; d. 1876.
Emeris, William Charles, 1877. Son of Rev. John Emeris, Rector of Upton St. Leonard, Gloucester, b. 1863.
Emerson, Alexander Lyon, 1827. Son of Alexander Lyon Emerson, of Retford. b. 1812. Pemb. Coll. Oxf.
Empson, , 1804-5.
Empson,* Walter, 1867. Son of Rev. Arthur John Empson, Rector of Eydon, and grandson of Dean Hook. b. 1856. Trin. Coll. Oxf.
England, George Fuller Ashbridge, 1875.
England, William Henry Russell, 1877. Son of Capt. Russell England.
Erskine,* Henry Adeane, 1867. Son of Rev. Thomas Erskine, Rector of Alderley, Cheshire, b. 1857.
Erskine, James Francis, 1875. Son of Henry David Erskine, of Cardross, Perthshire, b. 1862.
Erskine,* James Hay, 1858-60. Son of Capt. George Keith Erskine, Bombay Cavalry, b. 1845. Emigrated to New Zealand; deceased.
Erskine, Keith David, 1876. Son of Major George Elphinstone Erskine, Bombay Cavalry, b. 1863.
Escombe, Rowland Lingard, 1877. Son of Rowland Escombe, of Blackheath. b. 1863.
Esdaile, Edward Margrave, 1851-53. Brother of James K. Esdaile (below), b. 1842. Merchant.
Esdaile, James Kennedy, 1818. Son of James Esdaile, of Bunhill Row, London, b. 1803; deceased.
Esdaile, James Kennedy, 1850-53. Son of Edward Esdaile, of Ockley, Surrey, b. 1840. St. Peter's Coll. Cam. Of Saint Hill Place, Sussex.
Esdaile, John, 1818. Left the same year. Son of James Esdaile, of Bunhill Row, London, b. 1805; deceased.
Espinasse, Isaac, 1842-49. Son of James Espinasse, of Maidstone. b. 1829. Solicitor, Richmond and Hemel, Hemstead.
Espinasse, Richard, 1846-50. Brother of the above, b, 1832. Ch. Ch. Oxf. Vicar of Westhampnett, Sussex.
Espinasse, Richard Talbot, 1874. Son of the above, b. 1864.
Esten, James Christie Palmer, 1820, b. 1805.
Esten, John Hamilton, 1820, b. 1808. Rifle Brigade. Major, retired. Settled in Canada.
Estlin, George Stuckey, 1822, b. 1809. Of Bristol.
Estridge, John Julius, 1815-17, b. 1799. St. John's Coll. Cam. Rector of Puncknowle, Bridport.
Estridge, William, 1816, b. 1804.
Evan-Thomas, Owen Grant, 1874. Brother of the above. b. 1861.
Evans, Arthur, 1851-56. Son of Herbert Norman Evans, M.D. b. 1840, d. 1854.
Evans, Arthur Benoni, 1827, b. 1813. Surgeon. E. I. Co's. Service. Drowned in India.
Evans, Arthur Robertson, 1849-55. Son of Richard David Jones Evans, of Hertford, b. 1840. Oriel Coll. Oxf. Domestic Chaplain to the Bishop of Ely.
Evans, George Randell, 1877. Son of G. Evans, of Richmond. b. 1864.
Evans, John, 1818, b. 1803. Pemb. Coll. Cam. Formerly Secy, to S.P.C.K. Prebendary of St. Paul's; (d. 1879).
Evans, Lewis James, 1851-52. Brother of Arthur Evans (above), b. 1838. Naval Cadet, d. 1852.
Evans, Neville, 1852-56. Son of Rev. T. S. Evans, Vicar of Shoreditch. b. 1839. Marine Engineer.
Evans, Turberville, 1852-58. Brother of the above, b. 1838. Ex. Coll. Oxf. Vicar of Buckland, Dover.
Evelegh, Henry John, 1817, b. 1802.
Evelyn, William Arthur, 1874. Son of the late Francis Evelyn, of Corton, Radnorshire, b. 1860. Caius Coll. Cam. (1879).
Everard, Edward John, 1826. Son of Rev. Dr. Everard, of The Wick, Brighton, b. 1814. Went to Eton. St. John's Coll. Cam. Rector of Tormarton.
Everett, Charles, 1823, b. 1811.
Everett, William, 1820, b. 1810.
Eversley, Edmund Jordan, 1813-16. Son of S. W. Eversley, of Barbados. Solicitor, b. 1800, d. at Bath, 1859.
Eversley, Edward Welch, 1813-16, Brother of the above. b. 1803. Capt. 60th Rifles.
Ewart, Charles Henry, 1854. Left the same year, b. 1839.
Ewbank, William Withers, 1825. Son of Rev. William Ewbank, Rector of North Witham, Lincolnshire, b. 1807. Ch. Coll. Cam. Bell Scholar, &c. Perpet. Curate of Everton, d. 1854.
Ewen, Thomas L'Estrange, 1802-5. Son of Thomas Ewen, of Norwich, b. 1791. St. John's Coll. Cam.; deceased.
Ewing, Guy Beaumont, 1877. Son of Rev. J. A. Ewing, of West Mill Rectory, Buntingford. b. 1863.
Ewing, Wentworth Hugh Alexander, 1877. Brother of the above, b. 1864.
- named for his uncle, Sir Francis Beaufort (Wikisource contributor note)