List of Carthusians, 1800–1879/G

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List of Carthusians, 1800–1879 by William Douglas Parish
Surnames: G
N.B. — The Mark * indicates a Gown Boy.


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Gage, Francis Edward, 1873. Son of Genl. the Hon. E. T. Gage, R.A., and grandson of the 4th Visct. Gage. b. 1850. Went to Wellington College.

Gahagan, Albert, 1840-41. Son of Mr. Gahagan, of Regent Street, b. 1828. Went to Highgate School. Lieut.-Col. Madras Staff Corps, retired.

Gale, Alexander Robinson, 1828. Son of Alex. Robinson Gale. b. 1811 . Wadham Coll. Oxf.

Galpin, Sidney Clement, 1873-78. Son of T. D. Galpin. b. 1860. New Coll. Oxf.

Galsworthy, Edwin Henry, 1874. Son of Edwin Henry Galsworthy, J.P. for Middlesex, b. 1861. Entered at Caius Coll. Cam.

Galsworthy, Frederick Trevor, 1877. Son of Frederick Thomas Galsworthy, of 8, Queen's Gate, S.W. b. 1865.

Gandell, Sidney Graham Kerr, 1875. Son of Rev. R. Gandell, Professor of Arabic, Oxford, b. 1861.

Gandell,* Thomas Pearse, 1864. Brother of the above. b. 1853. St. John's Coll. Oxf. 4th Class Lit. Hum.

Gandy, Frederick, 1823. (See Brandreth, Fredk.).

Garcia, Nicholas, 1826, b. 1810.

Gardner, Alan Edward, 1874-76. Son of Rear-Adml. Alan Henry Gardner, b. 1861.

Gardner, Henry Willoughby, 1876-78. Son of Henry Gardner, b. 1861. Leech Prizeman.

Gardner,* Herbert Calthorpe, 1832-40. Son of Genl. the Hon. William Henry Gardner, b. 1822. 38th Bengal N. Infantry. Served in the Indian Mutiny. Died near Delhi, 1857.

Gardner, Richard, 1826. Son of Robert Gardner, Merchant, of London. b. 1813. Wadh. Coll. Oxf. Barrister. Elected M.P. for Leicester, 1847, but unseated on petition; deceased.

Gardner, William, 1826, b. 1815. In business in Manchester.

Gardner, William, 1843-46, b. 1828. Brewer.

Gardner, William Bethell, 1825. Brother of H.C.Gardner (above), b. 1815. Royal Artillery. General (retired).

Garnett, Charles, 1878. Son of Jeremiah Garnett, The Grange, Bolton. b. 1865.

Garnett, Joseph Payne, 1868, b. 1856.

Garrow, Edward William, 1827. Son of Rev. D. W. Garrow, D.D. and grandson of the Rt. Hon. Sir William Garrow. b. 1815. B.N.C. Oxf. Rector of Bilsthorpe, Notts.

Garrow,* George William, 1830-37. Brother of the above. b. 1818. Worc. Coll. Oxf. D.D. Chaplain R.N. Died of yellow fever, 1847.

Garstin, Charles, 1819. Son of Genl. Garstin, E.I.C.S. b. 1803. Bengal Civil Service (retired).

Gaskell, John, 1826. Son of Henry Gaskell, of Southworth House, Wigan. b. 1811, d. 1837.

Gaskell, Richard, 1832, b. 1817.

Gatty, Alfred, 1825. Son of Robert Gatty. b. 1813. Ex. Coll. Oxf. D.D. Vicar of Ecclesfield. Sub-dean of York.

Gatty, Charles, 1803. Son of William Gatty. b. 1789. Clerk in the Exchequer Court. Assistant Registrar of Charterhouse, d. 1871.

Gatty,* Charles Tindal, 1863. Son of the Rev. Dr. Alfred Gatty (above), b. 1851. Curator of Meyer's Museum, Liverpool.

Gatty, Edward, 1805. Brother of Charles Gatty (above). b. 1792. Solicitor; d. 1872.

Gatty, Henry, 1803. Brother of the above, b. 1790. Army Surgeon. Royal Artillery; d. 1858.

Gatty,* Robert Henry, 1838-47. Brother of the above. b. 1828. Orator. Trin. Coll. Oxf. Vicar of Buckden, Hants.

Gatty, William Henry Caryer, 1873. Son of the above. b. 1861.

Gautier, Gay Grant Aristides, 1810-11.

Gay, Henry, 1821, b. 1810. Solicitor in London.

Gay, John, 1873-78. Son of John Gay, F.R.C.S. b. 1861.

Geddes, Archibald Perrin, 1820, b. 1803.

Gell, John Franklin, 1864. Son of Rev. J. P. Cell, Rector of Buxted, Sussex, b. 1851. Caius Coll. Cam. 3rd Senr. Opt. M.B. Court of Wards, Madras.

George, Francis, 1825, b. 1814.

Gepp, Thomas Morgan, 1820, b. 1806. Solicitor at Chelmsford.

Gibbard, John, 1826. Son of John Gibbard, of Sharnbrook, Beds. b. 1814. Of Sharnbrook House, Bedford. J.P. D.L.

Gibbon, William Jacomb, 1870.

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Gibbons, Clifford, 1875. Son of Sills Gibbons, of Lindfield, Sussex.

Gibbs, Antony, 1838-39. Son of George Henry Gibbs, of Aldenham House, Herts. Senr. partner in the House of Antony Gibbs and Sons, Merchants, of London, b. 1822. Worc. Coll. Oxf. ; d. 1856.

Gibbs, Charles, 1839-43. Brother of the above, b. 1829. 2nd Regt. Lieut.-Col. 1877; retired.

Gibbs, Francis, 1844-52. Brother of the above, b. 1834. Ex. Coll. Oxf. d. 1857.

Gibbs, George, 1838-46. Brother of the above, b. 1827. Ex. Coll. Oxf. Drowned at Oxford, 1846.

Gibbs, John Lomax, 1846-47. Brother of the above, b. 1832. Ex. Coll. Oxf. Vicar of Exwick, Devon.

Gibbs, William Lloyd, 1845-47. Brother of the above. b. 1830. Ex. Coll. Oxf. d. 1860.

Gibson, Alan Bethel, 1870, b. 1857.

Gibson, Arthur, 1867-72, b. 1856.

Gibson,* Arthur Charles, 1876. Son of Rev. Richard Hudson Gibson, Rector of Lound, Norfolk, b. 1862.

Gibson, Arthur Edward, 1877. Son of James Edward Gibson, of West Cowes, Isle of Wight. M.R.C.S. b. 1863.

Gibson, Douglas, 1870, b. 1859.

Gibson,* Edgar Charles Sumner, 1859-67. Son of the Rev. Wm. Gibson, b. 1848. Trin. Coll. Oxf. Vice-Principal of Wells Theol. Coll. 1875. Lecturer of the Clergy School, Leeds, 1876.

Gibson, Henry Frederick, 1865, b. 1854.

Gibson, Thomas Milner B. (the Rt. Hon.), 1819. Son of the late Major Thomas Milner Gibson, of the 37th Foot. b. 1807. Trin. Coll. Cam. M.P. for Ipswich 1837; for Manchester 1841; for Ashton-under-Lyne 1857-68; President of Board of Trade 1859-66.

Giffard,* Arthur, 1836-42. Son of the late Sir Ambrose Hardinge Giffard. b. 1827. Capt. 21st Bombay N. Infantry. Killed in India during the Mutiny, 1858.

Giffard, Edward, 1825. Brother of the above, b. 1812. Pemb. Coll. Oxf. Sec. of the Transport Board. Author of "Travels in Greece," &c. Kilcorrall, Co. Wexford.

Giffard,* Edward Walter, 1872. Son of the above, b. 1861.

Giffard,* William, 1828-36. Brother of Arthur Giffard (above), b. 1818. Univ. Coll. Oxf. Rector of Weybridge; d. 1855.

Gilbee,  , 1805-8.

Gilbert, Herbert Henry, 1853-59. Son of W. A. Gilbert, of Cantley Manor, Norfolk, b. 1840. Magd. Coll. Oxf. Lieut. 18th (Royal Irish) Regt.

Gilbert, Samuel Richardson, 1822, b. 1809.

Gilbert, William Alexander, 1843-46. Brother of H. H. Gilbert (above), b. 1831. Late Lieut. West Essex Militia.

Giles, Alfred, 1826. Son of Francis Giles, C.E. b. 1816. Civil Engineer. M.P. for Southampton 1878. Created a Knight of the Order of Dannebrog by the late King of Denmark.

Giles, Francis George, 1826. Son of Francis Giles, C.E. b. 1815. Of Upper Clatford, Andover.

Giles, Herbert Allen, 1859-63. Son of John Allen Giles (below), b. 1845. Acting Consul at Amoy.

Giles, John Allen, 1824. Eldest son of Wm. Giles, of Southwick House, Mark, Somersetshire, b. 1808. Fellow of Corpus Coll. Oxf. Double 1st Class. D.D. Head Master of the City of London School. Rector of Sutton, Surrey. Author and Editor of many classical works.

Giles, John Douglas, 1827. Son of John Giles, of Southwick House, b. 1812. Corpus Coll. Oxf. Vicar of Willoughby, Linc. Archdeacon of Stow; deceased.

Giles, William, 1825. Brother of John Allen Giles (above). b. 1810. Trin. Coll. Dub. Registrar of Courts at Taunton, d. 1875.

Gillett,      , 1803.

Gillett, Leonard Francis, 1874. Son of Francis Calvert Gillett, C.E. of Borrowash, Derby, b. 1861. Entered at Pemb. Coll. Oxf.

Gillett, Richard Clay, 1877. Brother of the above.

Gillham, Herbert William Chowne, 1873.

Gilliat, John Henry, 1815-16, b. 1801. Holy Orders in the American Episcopal Church, d.

Gilliat, William Henry, 1815-16. Cousin of the above. b. 1801. Merchant in Liverpool; d. 1853.

Gillies, Robert, 1817, b. 1806.

Gilling-Lax, Edward Percival, 1877. Son of Rev. G. R. Gilling-Lax, Rector of Fitzhead, Taunton. b. 1863.

Gilling-Lax, George Robert, 1876. Brother of the above. b. 1861. Keble Coll. Oxf.

Gilmore, Allan, 1820, b. 1809. Merchant at Calcutta; d. 1867.

Gilmore, Mungo Smith, 1820. Brother of the above, b. 1810. East India Civil Service, Bengal. Retired.

Gilson, Thomas, 1825, b. 1810.

Ginsburg, Benedict William, 1874. St. Cath.'s Coll. Cam.

Gipps,* Algernon Henry, 1867. Son of the following, b. 1855.

Gipps, Frederick, 1843-46. Son of Rev. Henry Gipps, Canon of Carlisle, b. 1827. Univ. Coll. Oxf. Vicar of Corbridge, Northumb. d. 1874.

Gipps, George, 1823. Son of George Gipps, M.P. for Ripon. b. 1812. Univ. Coll. Oxf. Of Howlett's, near Canterbury.

Gipps, Henry b. 1832-33. Brother of the above, b. 1817; d. 1836.

Gipps, Thomas, 1825. Brother of the above, b. 1814. St. John's Coll. Cam.

Girdlestone,* Charles Edward Ridgway, 1852-57. Son of Rev. E. Girdlestone, Canon of Bristol, b. 1839. Elective Scholar. Sch. of Pemb. Coll. Oxf. India Civil Service.

Girdlestone, Charles Richey, 1878. Son of Rev. Robert Baker Girdlestone (below), b. 1864.

Girdlestone, Frederic Kennedy Wilson, 1856-63, b. 1844. Prize Scholar. Demy Magd. Coll. Oxf. 1st Class Mods. Assistant Master in the School.

Girdlestone,* Robert Baker, 1850-55. Son of Rev. Charles Girdlestone, of Kingswinford. b. 1836. Ch. Ch. Oxf. 3rd Class Lit. Hum. Principal of Wycliffe Hall, Oxf.

Gladstone, John McAdam, 1819-20, b. 1808. Civil Engineer. Pupil of George Stephenson. Drowned at sea.

Glasgow, Nevile George, 1875.

Glasse,* William Bulkeley, 1815. Son of the Rev. John Glasse. b. 1806. Barrister, Q.C.

Gleichen (Count) Albert Edward Wilfred, 1877. Son of Count Gleichen, St. James Palace, b. 1863.

Gleig,* Charles Edward Stuart, 1835-41. Son of Rev. G. R. Gleig, Chaplain-General to the Forces, b. 1825. 14th Regt. Lieut.-Col. h.p.

Glen, Alexander, 1858-68. Son of W. C. Glen, Barrister at Law. b. 1850. Scholar of Ch. Coll. Cam. Wrangler. Barrister. Midland Circuit.

Glen, Augustus Cunningham, 1870. Brother of the above. b. 1860. Went to Westminster School.

Glen, Reginald Cunningham, 1865. Brother of the above. b. 1855. Ch. Coll. Cam. Law Tripos. Student of the Middle Temple.

Glynn, John, 1827, b. 1812.

Goddard, Charles Samuel, 1822, b. 1812.

Godfrey,      , 1804.

Godfrey, Arthur Hill, 1877. Son of John Richard R. Godfrey, of Franklands, Weybridge. b. 1863.

Godfrey-Faussett, Godfrey Trevelyan, 1853-55. Only son of Rev. Bryan Faussett, of Heppington, Kent. b. 1840. 76th Regt.; retired 1865. H.M. Inspector of Factories 1867. Major of Gloucestersh. Artillery Volunteers.

Godfrey-Faussett, John Toke, 1848-53. Son of Rev. Godfrey Faussett, D.D. of Heppington, Kent, Canon of Ch. Ch. &c. b. 1835. Student of Ch. Ch. Oxf. Inner Temple. District Registrar of the Probate Court at Lichfield.

Goding, William, 1808-13. Son of Thomas Coding, b. 1798. The Priory, Burnham, Bucks.

Godwin, William, 1811-14, b. 1803. Rector of St. Martin's, Chester.

Goldney,* Charles, 1856-63. Son of Rev. Adam Goldney. b. 1844. Gold Medal. Scho. of Linc. Coll. Oxf. 3rd Class Law. Chaplain of Stafford Gaol.

Goldsmid, Nathaniel, 1818. Son of Edward Goldsmid. b. 1807. Ex. Coll. Oxf. 2nd Class Lit. Hum. Barrister; d. 1860.

Gonne, Arthur Edward, 1878. Son of Charles Gonne. E. I. Civil Service, b. 1864.

Gonne, Charles Melville, 1875. Brother of the above.

Gooch, Arthur, 1828, b. 1816.

Good,      , 1803.

Goode, Alexander, 1811. Left the same year. b. 1796.

Goode, Benjamin Geldart, 1833-38, b. 1822.

Goode, Frederick, 1811-12, b. 1796.

Goode, Philip Benjamin, 1831-33, b. 1817. Solicitor in London.

Goodeve, Henry Hills, 1854-55. Son of Henry Hurry Goodeve, M.D., of Cooks Folly, near Bristol, b. 1840. Major Royal Artillery.

Goodwin, Francis Cornelius, 1826, b. 1813.

Gordon,* Alexander Henry, 1824, b. 1813.

Gordon,* Arthur Henry Wyndham, 1864. Son of Lord Cecil Gordon-Moore, and grandson of the 9th Marquis of Huntly. b. 1853.

Gordon,* Charles Alex. Boswell, 1833-41. Son of Alex. Gordon, of Hampton Court, b. 1823. Ex. Coll. Oxf. Lieut.-Col. h.p. both Regt. Assist. Adj. and Qr. Mr.-General, Portsmouth. Served in India and the Crimea. (Medals and Clasps).

Gordon, Cosmo, 1823. Younger son of late Sir William Duff-Gordon, Bart. b. 1812 ; d. 1876.

Gordon, Francis Alexander, 1855-61. Son of Charles Gordon, 13, Grenville Place, S.W. b. 1844. Lieut. 60th Rifles. Died at Calcutta, 1868.

Gordon (Lord) Francis Arthur, 1821. Youngest son of the 9th Marquis of Huntly. b. 1808. 1st Life Guards. Lieut.-Col. 1855; d. 1857.

Gordon,* Francis Frederick, 1849-55. Son of the above. b. 1839. Admiralty.

Gordon, Hamilton, 1830. Son of Thomas Gordon, of Harperfield, Lanarkshire, b. 1815.

Gordon,* Hubert George, 1868. Brother of Arthur H. W. Gordon (above), b. 1858.

Gordon,* James Henry, 1849-56. Son of Adam Gordon, of Abergeldie. b. 1839. Major Madras Staff Corps.

Gordon, John, 1824, b. 1809.

Gordon,* Laurence George Frank, 1877. Son of Lieut.-Col. Geo. Grant Gordon, Scots Guards, b. 1864.

Gordon,* Leslie, 1868-71, b. 1855. Emigrated to Canada.

Gordon, Newton Roberts, 1862. Brother of Francis Alex. Gordon (above), b. 1850. No profession.

Gordon, William Henry, 1859-63. Brother of the above. b. 1846. 28th Regt. Ashantee War. Medal and Clasp. Assist. Commissioner Famagusta, Cyprus.

Goss, Stephen Weston, 1814, b. 1805.

Gossip-Wilmer, Thomas George, 1822, b. 1808. Trin. Coll. Cam. Took the name of Wilmer. Holy Orders.

Gossip-Wilmer, Wilmer, 1813, b. 1804. Solicitor.

Gough,* John Charles, 1832, b. 1821.

Gould, Lionel Francis, 1870, b. 1859.

Gould, Owen, 1867-72, b. 1856.

Govett, Lionel Arthur, 1875. Son of Charles Albert Govett, of Richmond, Surrey, b. 1863.

Govett,* William Romaine, 1820. Son of Mr. Govett, Surgeon at Tiverton. b. 1807. Government Surveyor, Sydney, Australia.

Gowan, George Mauleverer, 1829, b. 1818.

Grabham, Arthur Illingworth, 1878. Son of G. W. Grabham, M.D., Earlswood, Surrey, b. 1865.

Grant, Alexander, 1825. Son of Edward Grant (below). b. 1817. Trin. Coll. Cam. Rector of Manningford, Wilts.

Grant, Alexander Charles, 1810-12, b. 1798. Navy.

Grant, Alexander Ronald, 1874. Son of Rev. A. R. Grant, Rector of Hitcham, Suffolk, b. 1861.

Grant, Charles, 1818. Left the same year. E. India Civil Service.

Grant, Edward, 1810-12. Son of Alexander Grant, a West Indian Proprietor, and D.L. for Banffshire. b. 1795. E. Indian Judge; deceased.

Grant, Frederick John Robert, 1820, b. 1807. Solicitor.

Grant, George, 1818, b. 1805.

Grant, Henry, 1818, b. 1806.

Grant, Horace, 1810-12, b. 1800.

Grant, James, 1800-4. Son of George Grant, of Drumferrich, Banffshire.

Grant, Montague Harvey, 1810-13, b. 1797.

Grant, Oliver, 1818, b. 1809.

Grant, Robert, 1800-4. Brother of James Grant (above).

Grant, William Francis, 1818, b. 1806.

Graves, William, 1823, b. 1808.

Gray, George, 1843-46. Son of Geo. Gray, of Bowerswell, near Perth, b. 1829. Studied law in Edinburgh. Sheep farmer in N.S. Wales.

Gray, Henry, 1822, b. 1809.

Gray,* Russell John, 1852-60, b. 1842. Clerk in the London and Co. Bank.

Graydon, John, 1836-38. 44th Bengal N. Infantry.

Graydon, William, 1836-39. Brother of the above, b. 1821. 16th Bengal N. Infantry.

Greatorex,* Edward, 1836-42. Son of Thomas Greatorex. b. 1823. Pemb. Coll. Oxf. Rector of Croxdale, Durham.

Green, Arthur Gordon, 1876. Son of Thomas Henry Green, of Dalecote, Coventry, b. 1863.

Green, Charles Alfred Howell, 1878. Son of Rev. Alfred John Morgan Green, Rector of Warren, Pembroke, b. 1864.

Green, Edward Ernest, 1875. Son of J. P. Green, of Hucking Hill, Sittingbourne. b. 1861.

Green, John, 1829. Son of Rev. J. C. Green, Vicar of Rustington, Sussex, b. 1817. Eman. Coll. Cam. Rector of Little Leighs, Essex.

Green,* Malcolm Schrimshire (C.B.), 1837-41. Son of Rear-Adml. Sir Andrew P. Green, K.C.H. b. 1824. Colonel Indian Army. Served in the Crimea, Central India and Persia. (Medals). Consul at Muscat 1862.

Green,* William Sebright Saunders, 1842-48. Of Huntingdon, b. 1829. Solicitor. Went to India.

Greenalgh, James, 1811-12, b. 1794. Peterho. Coll. Cam.

Greene, Francis Ernest, 1873. Son of Thomas Greene, Avonmore, Co. Dublin, b. 1859. Trin. Coll. Dublin.

Greening, Henry, 1821, b. 1809.

Greenway, Charles, 1875-77. Eldest son of Rev. Charles Greenway, of Over Darwen, Lancashire, b. 1860. 2nd Lt. 5th Royal Lancas. Militia. R.M. Coll. Sandhurst.

Greenway, Davenham, 1875. Brother of the above. b. 1862.

Gregg,* John, 1801-8. Son of Thomas Gregg. b. 1790. Student of Ch. Ch. Oxf. Drowned at Oxford 1813.

Gregory, Richard, 1819, b. 1809.

Gregson, William, 1803-6. Son of John Gregson. B.N.C. Oxf. Barrister. Law Writer of the London Gazette.

Gregson,  , 1803. Drowned in the Tagus.

Greig, James Arthur, 1873.

Greig, Woronzow, 1820. Son of Mr. Commissioner Greig and Mrs. Greig (afterwards Mrs. Somerville). b. 1805. Trin. Coll. Cam. Barrister. Clerk of the Peace for Co. of Surrey.

Grey,* Arthur John, 1840-44. Son of Rt. Rev. Edward Grey, Bishop of Hereford. b. 1829. Lieut. Royal Navy; died 1854.

Grey, Egerton Spencer, 1875. Son of Lieut.-Col. Grey, Ludgrove, Barnet.

Grey,* Francis Lennox George, 1849-56. Son of John Grey. b. 1839. Oriel Coll. Oxf. 96th Regt.; deceased.

Grey, William Thomas, 1820. Son of Lieut.-Col. William Grey, and nephew of Earl Grey. b. 1808. Wine Merchant; d. 1864.

Griffinhoofe, Benjamin, 1843-44. Son of Rev. T. S. Griffinhoofe, Vicar of Arkesden, Essex. b. 1828; d. 1844.

Griffinhoofe, Thomas John, 1838-39. Brother of the above. b. 1820. Pemb. Coll. Oxf. Vicar of Arkesden, Essex; d. 1869.

Griffith, Charles, 1803-6, b. 1792. A.M. Cantab.

Griffith,* Charles, 1817. Son of Rev. Charles Griffith, Brecknock. b. 1792. Ch. Ch. Oxf. Rector of Talachddu, Brecons. Prebendary of St. David's. J.P. for Brecon.

Griffith, Charles Higman, 1839-47. Son of John William Griffith, of Bruce Castle, Tottenham. b. 1829. St. John's Coll. Cam. Formerly in the Rifle Brigade. Now Rector of Stratfield Turgiss, Hants.

Griffith, George Frederick, 1820, b. 1808.

Griffith, Henry Darby- (C.B.), 1820. Son of Maj.-Gen. Matthew Chitty Darby-Griffith, b. 1809. 5th Royal Irish Lancers. General.

Griffith, John Cobham, 1807-8, b. 1795.

Griffith, John Walter, 1873. Treforgan, Cardigan, So. Wales.

Griffith,* Percy Wynn, 1867-71, b. 1855.

Griffith, William, 1803. M.A. Cantab.

Griffith, William Stokes, 1878.

Griffiths, Frederick Robertson, 1866-72. Son of C. Robertson Griffiths, Barrister, b. 1853. Law Student.

Grigg, Frederick Hawker, 1850-51. Son of Mark Grigg, of Plymouth, b. 1838. Went to Winchester School.

Grignon, James, 1827, b. 1813. 37th Regt.

Grimes, William, 1831, b. 1817.

Groom, Frederick Edward, 1876. Ashwicken Hall, King's Lynn.

Groome, John Hindes Henry, 1860-63. Son of the Ven. Archdeacon Groome, of Earl Soham. b. 1847. Scholar of Pemb. Coll. Cam. Formerly Curate of Reydon and Wangford.

Groome, William Hubert, 1862-63. Brother of the above. b. 1849. St. Pet. Coll. Cam. Curate of Stockbury, Kent.

Grote, Andrew, 1808. Re-entered 1814-16. Son of George Grote, of Badgemoor, Oxon. b. 1799. E. I. Civil Service, Bengal.

Grote, Charles, 1819. Brother of the above, b. 1805. Banker in the Firm of Prescott and Co., London ; d. 1854.

Grote, Frederick, 1820, b. 1807.

Grote, George, 1804-10. Brother of Andrew Grote (above). b. 1794. Banker in the City. M.P. for London 1832 to 41. Author of The History of Greece, &c.; d. 1871.

Grote, Henry, 1806-10.

Grover, Malcolm Henry Stanley, 1874. Son of C. E. Grover, of Hemel, Hempstead.

Growse, Edward Frederick, 1872. From Brentwood. Indian Civil Service.

Guilding, Edward Lainson, 1871. Son of Edward Wingfield Guilding, of 19, Great Russell Street, b. 1858. Bracketed Scholar of Pemb. Coll. Oxf. Passed into Sandhurst first on the list. 44th Regt.

Guillemard,* Laurence Nunns, 1875. Son of Rev. W. H. Guillemard, D.D., Vicar of St. Mary the Less, Cambridge. b. 1862.

Guinness, Gerald Seymour, 1874. Son of Richard Seymour Guinness, of Dublin, b. 1862. Trin. Coll. Dublin.

Guinness, Henry Thomas, 1875.

Guise,* Henry John Wright, 1871. Son of Major Henry John Guise, H.E.I.C.S. b. 1857. R.M. Coll. Sandhurst.

Gulich, John Percival, 1878. Son of Hermann Gulich, of Wimbledon, b. 1864.

Gunn, Bassett Charles Edward Fitzgerald, 1872. Son of William Gunn, M.D. (Royal Navy), b. 1858. Medical Student at University Coll. Hospital, London.

Gunning,* George Orlando, 1807-11. Second son of Sir Geo. Gunning, 2nd Bart. b. 1796. Capt. 10th Hussars. Killed at Waterloo.

Gunning,* Henry John (Bart.), 1808-16. Son of Sir Geo. W. Gunning, Bart. b. 1797. Ball. Coll. Oxf. Rector of Wigan 1833-64. Succeeded his brother as 4th Bt. 1862. Horton, Northampton.

Gunning, Octavius, 1815. Brother of the above, b. 1804. Captn. 52nd Regt.

Gurdon, Philip Richard Thornhagh, 1877. Son of Lieut.-Col. E. P. Gurdon, Bengal Staff Corps, b. 1863.

Guthrie, Charles Seton James Lister, 1874. Of Caterham.

Gwillim, Francis Garbett, 1828, b. 1816.

Gwillym, Richard, 1814-17. Son of Richard Gwillym. b. 1802. B.N.C. Oxf. Rector of Ulverstone; d. 1867.