List of Carthusians, 1800–1879/H

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


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Hacon, William Llewelyn, 1874.

Hadfield,* George Horatio, 1818. Son of Joseph Hadfield. b. 1805. Fellow of Pemb. Coll. Oxf. Double 2nd Class. Formerly Curate of Whitchurch; d. 1854.

Hadfield, Octavius, 1829, b. 1814. Bishop of Wellington, New Zealand.

Haggard, Christopher, 1841-47. Son of John Haggard, L.L.D. of Doctor's Commons, b. 1829. Ch. Ch. Oxf. Rector of Filleigh.

Haggard, Edward, 1848-51. Brother of the above, b. 1836. Barrister. Lincoln's Inn.

Haggard, George, 1844-49. Brother of the above, b. 1832. Major Madras Artillery. Retired 1871.

Hahn, John Frederick, 1821, b. 1810. Died in Mexico 1865.

Hahn, Henry George, 1826. Brother of the above, b. 1812. Died in Mexico.

Haig, George Andrew, 1817. Son of John Haig, of Bonnington, Midlothian. b. 1803. Of Maulsden, Forfarshire. Edinburgh University. Resident at Torquay.

Haig, John, 1813-14. Son of Robert Haig, of Roebuck, Dublin, b. 1801. Trin. Coll. Dublin. Gold Medallist 1820. Barrister; d. 1837.

Haig, Thomas, 1817-18. Brother of George Andrew Haig (above), b. 1804. Distiller at Brentford; d. 1858.

Haines, Frederick William Henry, 1866, b. 1852. Worc. Coll. Oxf. Holy Orders. Assist. Master at St. John's School, Leatherhead.

Haines, Henry Jackson, 1874. Son of H. Haines, The Pool House, Stourport. b. 1859. Trin. Coll. Cam.

Haines, Robert Lewis, 1869, b. 1855. Lieut. Royal Artillery. 4th Battn.

Haines, Thomas, 1826, b. 1813. Indian Army, Madras.

Haines, William Clarke, 1823, b. 1810. Caius Coll. Cam. A.B. 1833.

Haines, Willoughby Charles, 1868, b. 1858.

Halcombe, John Joseph, 1845-50, b. 1832. Scholar of Magd. Coll. Cam. Formerly Reader and Librarian at Charterhouse. Rector of Balsham, Cambs.

Hale, George Herbert, 1841-50. Son of Archdeacon Hale. b. 1832. Indian Army. 4th Bengal Cavalry, d.

Hale, James Charles, 1856-58. Brother of the above, b. 1840. Trin. Coll. Cam. Rector of Castle Camps, d.

Hale, John Godwin, 1841-48. Brother of the above, b. 1830. Oriel Coll. Oxf. Vicar of Tottenham 1861-70. Rector of Therfield, Herts.

Hale, Lonsdale Augustus, 1845-48. Brother of the above. b. 1834. Lieut. -Col. R.E. Professor of Fortification. R.M. Coll. Sandhurst.

Hale, William Hale, 1807-11, b. 1795. Oriel Coll. Oxf. Double 2nd Class. Archdeacon of London, Canon of St. Paul's, Master of Charterhouse, d.

Hale,* William Palmer, 1835-42. Son of the above, b. 1824. Orator. Ch. Ch. Oxf. Scholar of Trin. Hall, Cam. Barrister, d.

Halford, Charles Douglas, 1805-8. Son of late James Halford, of Laleham, Middlx. b. 1793. Jesus Coll. Cam. Barrister of Lincoln's Inn; d. 1865.

Haliburton, Alexander Fowden, 1825. Son of Alex. Haliburton, of Whitley, near Wigan. b. 1809. St. John's Coll. Cam. Of Grafton, Torquay, and J.P. for Lancashire; d. 1873.

Halifax, John Savile, 1817, b. 1804. Trin. Coll. Oxf. Rector of Groton, Suffolk.

Hall, Arthur, 1875. Of Ely.

Hall, Charles Percy, 1876.

Hall, Edmund, 1843-47. Son of G. Hall, of Ely. b. 1828. Scholar of Emm. Coll. Cam. Rector of Myland, Essex.

Hall, Gerald, 1858-62. Of Ely, b. 1844.

Hall, George Hall, 1854-57. Son of Alexander Hall Hall, of Watergate, Sussex, b. 1841. Trin. Coll. Cam. Late Ensign 4th (King's Own) Regt. Solicitor in London.

Hall, John, 1874. Son of John Hall, 30, Porchester Sq., W.

Hall,* John Cecil, 1816. Son of the Rev. Dr. Hall, Dean of Ch. Ch. b. 1803. Ch. Ch. Oxf. Rector of Kirk Andrews, Isle of Man. Archdeacon of Man; d. 1844.

Hall, Seymour Gilbert, 1847-49, b. 1832. Civil Engineer.

Hall, Tansley, 1827, b. 1811. St. John's Coll. Cam. Rector of Boylestone, Derbyshire.

Hall,* Thomas Francis, 1805-13, b. 1795. Trin. Coll. Cam. Vicar of Hatfield, Broad Oak, Essex.

Hall,* William, 1809-12, b. 1796. Solicitor at Walden, Essex; deceased.

Hall, William George, 1866-70, b. 1854.

Hallett, Shackleton, 1854-56. Son of Thomas P. Luxmore Hallett, late Fellow of Trin. Hall, Cam. b. 1842. Barrister of Lincoln's Inn.

Hallett, Holt Samuel, 1854-56. Brother of the above. b. 1841. Civil Engineer in H.M. Indian Service at Rangoon.

Hallett, Lyttlelon, 1859-64. Brother of the above, b. 1846. M.R.C.S. Died at Shanghai 1876.

Hallowell,* Benjamin, 1812. Son of Adml. Sir B. Hallowell, b. 1802. Died in India.

Hallowell, William Henry, 1820, b. 1809.

Hallward,* Frederick Leslie Charles, 1874. Son of Rev. John William Hallward. b. 1862.

Hallward,* Nathaniel William, 1808-14. Son of Rev. John Hallward, Vicar of Assington, Suffolk, b. 1797. Worc. Coll. Oxf. Rector of Milden, Suffolk.

Halsey, Edward Joseph, 1853. St. John's Coll. Oxf.

Hamilton, Alexander Edmund, 1817, b. 1806.

Hamilton, Alfred George, 1876. Son of the late Rev. George Hamilton, Incumbent of Christ Church, Bloomsbury. b. 1861. Engineer Student.

Hamilton, Arthur Henry Cole, 1857. (See Cole-Hamilton).

Hamilton, Augustus Terrick, 1830. Youngest son of Wm. Richd. Hamilton, Under Secy, of State. Minister at Naples, b. 1818. Capt. 71st Regt.

Hamilton, Charles Antony, 1824, b. 1809. Council Office.

Hamilton (Sir) Charles John James (Bart.), 1823. Son of Sir Charles Hamilton, 2nd Bart. b. 1810. Formerly Col. Scots Fusilier Guards. Alma, &c. (C.B.). Succeeded his father 1849.

Hamilton, John James Edward, 1821. Son of Admiral Sir Edward Hamilton, Bart. K.C.B. b. 1808; d. 1847.

Hamilton, Henry, 1817, b. 1808.

Hamilton, Henry, 1828, b. 1816.

Hamilton, John, 1819-20. Son of John Hamilton, of Sundrum, Ayrshire, b. 1806. Edinburgh University. E. Indian Company's Navy. Late Lieut.-Col. Commanding Ayrshire Yeomanry Cavalry. Sundrum, Ayr. N. B.

Hamilton, John, 1823, b. 1809.

Hamilton, Walter Archibald, 1877. Grosvenor Hill, Wimbledon, b. 1862.

Hamilton, William John, 1817, b. 1805.

Hamlin, James, 1801-7, b. 1790. Solicitor. A Pensioner of the Charterhouse.

Hamlyn-Fane, Henry Edward, 1832. (See Fane).

Hammick,* Ernest Austin, 1861. Son of Sir Vincent L. Hammick, Bart. b. 1850. Ex. Coll. Oxf. Rector of Forrabury, Cornwall.

Hammick,* Murray, 1866-69. Brother of the above, b. 1854. King's Coll. London, 1870. Indian Civil Service.

Hammond, Egerton, 1876.

Hammond, James John, 1826, b. 1811.

Hammond, John, 1813-14, b. 1798.

Hammond, William Farrar, 1841-42, b. 1824. St. John's Coll. Cam. d. 1850.

Hampson, Charles Seymour, 1874. Son of the late Rev. William Seymour Hampson, of Stubton, Lincolnshire. b. 1861.

Hampson,* George Francis, 1871. Brother of the above. b. 1860.

Hanbury, Bernard Kingscote, 1878. Son of Edgar Hanbury, of Eastrop, Wilts, b. 1865.

Hancock, Philip, 1822, b. 1809. Of Ford House, Wivelscombe, Somerset, d. 1870.

Handley, Benjamin, 1802-8. Son of B. Handley, of Sleaford. 9th Light Dragoons. Served in the Peninsula. Drowned at Lisbon.

Handley, Henry, 1805-7. Brother of the above. Banker at Sleaford. b. 1797. Went to Eton. Ch. Ch. Oxf. M.P. for S. Lincolnshire; d. 1846.

Handley, William, 1803-6 Cousin of the above, b. 1792. Formerly M.P. for Newark-on-Trent.

Handley, William, 1820. Nephew of the above, b. 1806. St. John's Coll. Cam. Rector of Winthorpe, Notts.

Hankey, Algernon Alers, 1876. Son of Jameson Alers Hankey, of Upton, Kent. b. 1862.

Hanmer, Thomas, 1826. Third son of late Thos. Hanmer, and brother of present Lord Hanmer. b. 1813. B.N. Coll. Oxf. Barrister of the Middle Temple ; d. 1869.

Hanmer, Wyndham Edward, 1823. Brother of the above. b. 1810. Capt. Royal Horse Guards. Stockgrove, Bucks and Rushmere Lodge, Beds.

Hannam, Edward Lawton, 1844-48. Son of Rev. Edward Pett Hannam, Vicar of Borden, Kent. b. 1830. Proctor in Doctors' Commons. Of Oakfield Lodge, Sussex.

Hannam, Frederic, 1827, .1812.

Hannam, George Emilius, 1823. Eldest son of George Hannam, of Bromstone, Kent. b. 1810. J.P. for Kent. Bromstone House, St. Peter's, Ramsgate.

Hannam, Henry, 1812-14, b. 1798 - Farmer near Wallingford.

Hannam, Henry Backhouse, 1842-47. Son of Henry Jessard Hannam. b. 1828. Ex. Coll. Oxf. Emigrated to Australia.

Hansard, Alfred Ogle, 1827, b. 1817. Lieut. R.N. d. 1851.

Hansard, Frederick, 1828, b.1818. Solicitor, Gray's Inn; d. 1844.

Hansard, George, 1825, b. 1812. Barrister of Lincoln's Inn.

Hansell, Arthur David, 1874. Son of Rev. Edward Hansell, Rector of East Ilsley, Berks, b. 1863. Articled to a Solicitor.

Hansell,* Edward William, 1868. Brother of the above. b. 1856. Holford Exhibitioner. Ch. Ch. Oxf. 2nd Class Mods.

Hansell, Reginald Goddard, 1873. Brother of the above. b. 1861. Articled to a Surveyor.

Hansell, Walter Edward, 1873-78. Son of P. E. Hansell, Solicitor, Thorpe, Norwich, b. 1860. Articled to a Solicitor.

Hanslip, Robert, 1859-61. Son of Charles Hanslip, Solicitor, of London, b. 1846. Interpreter to the British Consulate, Friendly Islands.

Hanson, Alfred Atkinson, 1844-48. Son of late George Hanson, of Chigwell. b. 1833. Royal Navy.

Hanson, James Oliver, 1843-48. Brother of the above. b. 1831. Merchant. Constantinople. Deceased.

Hanson,* John Clarke, 1867-73, b. 1854. Prize Scholar 1869. St. John's Coll. Cam. Cuddesdon Theol. Coll.

Harding, Henry, 1825, b. 1810.

Harding,* John, 1863-65. Son of Wyndham Harding and nephew of the late Sir J. D. Harding. b. 1851. Of Rockfield, Monmouth.

Harding (Sir) John Dorney (Knt.), 1821. Son of Rev. J. Harding, b. 1809. Oriel Coll. Oxf. 2nd Class Lit. Hum. D.C.L. 1837. Barrister. Advocate-General. Knighted 1852; d. 1868.

Harding, John Ward, 1814-16, b. 1804.

Harding,* William, 1818. Son of Rev. William Harding. b. 1805. Univ. Coll. Oxf. Vicar of Sulgrave, Northampton.

Hardinge, Heler Thomas, 1851, b. 1836.

Hardman, Charles Edward Shirley, 1873. Son of Charles Alexander Hardman, of Wimbledon Park.

Hardman, Edward Trevor, 1874. Brother of the above. b. 1861.

Hardy, John Richard, 1820, b. 1807.

Hare, Gustavus Edward Cockburn, 1821. Son of Francis Hare-Naylor, of Hurstmonceux, Sussex, b. 1811. A Judge in Australia. Formerly in the Prussian Army.

Hare, Humphrey John, 1820. Son of late Rev. Humphrey J. Hare, of Docking Hall, Norfolk, b. 1811. Wadham Coll. Oxf. Barrister of the Inner Temple.

Hare, Julius Charles, 1806-12. Son of Francis Hare-Naylor, of Hurstmonceux, Sussex, b. 1795. Fellow of Trin. Coll. Cam. Rector of Hurstmonceux, Sussex. Archdeacon of Lewes. The well-known Author; d. 1855.

Harenc,* Herbert Benjamin, 1860-65. Son of Rev. A. F. Harenc, formerly of Longcot, Berks, b. 1849. Lieut. Kent Artillery Militia; d. 1878.

Harington, Charles, 1875. Son of Sir Richard Harington, Bart. b. 1862.

Harkings, Charles, 1824, b. 1812.

Harland, George Brighton, 1876. Son of John Harland, of Hull. b. 1861. Articled to a Solicitor.

Harman, Ezekiel Dickinson, 1815-16, b. 1800.

Harny, Edward Francis, 1824, b. 1814.

Harper, Henry, 1812-13, b. 1798

Harper, Henry Lacon, 1874. Engineer.

Harper, Samuel Thomas, 1820, b. 1808.

Harris, Thomas, 1811-14, b. 1798

Harris, William, 1817, b. 1805.

Harrison, Arnold Sanders, 1876. Son of Charles Whitmore Harrison, of Whitmores, Beckenham. b. 1863.

Harrison, Charles King, 1876. Son of Charles Harrison, M.P., of Aveley Court, Stourport. b. 1863.

Harrison, Cyril, 1877.

Harrison, Fiske Goodeve Fiske- 1806-10. Son of late John Haynes Harrison, of Copford Hall, Essex, who assumed the additional name of Fiske in 1839. b. 1793. St. John's Coll. Cam. ; d. 1872.

Harrison, George, 1826, b. 1814.

Harrison, Henry Bashcomb, 1859-62, b. 1848.

Harrison, John Haynes, 1805-10. Son of Rev. John Harrison, b. 1792. Of Copford Hall, Essex; d. 1839.

Harrison, John Moseley Gilbert, 1876.

Harrison, Thomas, 1808-10, b. 1797.

Harrison, Walter Harry, 1861-63, b. 1846.

Hartley, Perceval, 1826. Son of James Hartley, Solicitor of London, b. 1814. Scholar of Trin. Hall, Cam. LL.B. Rector of Creeton, Lincolnshire.

Hartshorne,* Bertram Fulke, 1857-63. Son of Rev. Chas. Henry Hartshorne. b. 1844. Pemb. Coll. Oxf. Indian Civil Service. Retired. Barrister.

Hartwell,* Brodrick, 1800-4. Son of Sir Francis John Hartwell, Bart. b. 1788, d. 1810.

Harvey, Beauchamp, 1802-4, b. 1792.

Harvey,* Charles Musgrave, 1850-55. Son of Rev. Canon Harvey, Rector of Hornsey. b. 1837. Orator. Ch. Ch. Oxf. Rector of Acton, Middlesex.

Harvey, George Ludford, 1810-13, b. 1798. Sid. Suss. Coll. Cam. Rector of Yate, Gloucester.

Harvey, James Vigors, 1802-3, b. 1788. Of Killiane, Co. Wexford.

Harvey, Onley, 1806-13. (See Savill-Onley).

Harwood, Basil, 1874.

Hastings (Lord) Francis Theophilus Henry, 1823. Son of the 12th Earl of Huntingdon, b. 1808. Succeeded his father as 13th Earl 1828; d. 1875.

Hastings,* Hon. Richard Godolphin Henry, 1832-38. Son of the 11th Earl of Huntingdon, b. 1820. Univ. Coll. Oxf. Rector of Hertingfordbury, Herts; d. 1864.

Hatchard, Francis Sumner Utterton, 1874. 81, Queen's Gate, S.W.

Hathaway, Philip, 1843-46, b. 1832. Went to Bath School. Solicitor in London.

Hathorn, Hugh Vans, 1817, b. 1804. East India Civil Service. A Judge in Bengal; d. 1842.

Havelock (Sir) Henry (K.C.B.), 1804. Son of William Havelock, of Ingress Park, Kent, b. 1795. Major-General Sir Henry Havelock, K.C.B. of Lucknow; d. 1857.

Havelock, Thomas, 1809-11. Brother of the above, b. 1800. Served in Spain under Sir De Lacy Evans; d. 1836.

Havelock, William (K.H.) 1804-9. Brother of the above. b. 1793. Lieut.-Col. 14th Light Dragoons. Wounded at Waterloo. Killed in action at Ramnugger 1848.

Havelock, William Waller Carrington, 1873. Son of the late William H. Havelock, Member of Bombay Council. b. 1859. Army Student.

Haverfield,* John, 1822. Son of Lieut.-Col. Haverfield, of Kew. b. 1810; died young.

Havers, John Cory, 1853-58. Son of Dr. Havers, of Guildford Street, b. 1843. Medical Practitioner.

Hawke (Hon.) Stanhope Harvey- (Lord Hawke), 1813-14. Son of the 3rd Baron Hawke. b. 1804. Capt. in the Army 1826. Succeeded his brother as 5th Lord Hawke 1869 and d. 1870.

Hawker,* Charles Frederick, 1833-38. Son of Col. Hawker. b. 1821. Ordnance Office.

Hawker, Edward Williams, 1845-50. Son of W. H. Hawker, of Plymouth, b. 1833. Bank of England.

Hawkes, Frederick, 1818. Of Norwich, b. 1808.

Hawkins, Anthony. Nicholl, 1823. Son of Anthony Montonnier Hawkins, M.D. of London, b. 1809. Barrister of the Middle Temple.

Hawkins, Charles, 1824-28. Brother of the above, b. 1812. Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England. Inspector of Schools of Anatomy, &c.

Hawkins, Charles John Sidney, 1859-62. Son of C. S. Hawkins (below), b. 1845. Magd. Hall, Oxf. Lieut. W.I. Regt. d. 1868.

Hawkins, Charles Sidney, 1834-36. Son of John S. Hawkins, F.S.A. b. 1818. Magd. Hall, Oxf. Major Worcestershire Militia. Wroughton House, Swindon.

Hawkins, Edward, 1826, b. 1814. Trin. Coll. Cam. Law.

Hawkins, Edward, 1846-50. Son of Rev. Dr. Hawkins, Provost of Oriel Coll. Oxf. b. 1833. Ball. Coll. Oxf. Holy Orders, d.

Hawkins, Henry Archer, 1859-63. Brother of C. J. S. Hawkins (above), b. 1847. Late Lieut. Worcester Militia.

Hawkins, Henry Theodore, 1876. Royal Military Academy, Woolwich.

Hawkins, Major Rohde, 1831-37. Son of Edward Hawkins, of the British Museum, b. 1821. Architect. Council Office, Whitehall.

Hawkins, Sidney Barrington Robson, 1859-63. Son of C. S. Hawkins (above), b. 1848. Capt. Worcester Militia.

Hawks, Frederick Augustus, 1878. Son of Augustus Hawks, Springfield, Hertford, b. 1865.

Haworth,* Henry, 1857-61. Son of Capt. Haworth, of Barham Wood, Herts. Queen's Messenger, b. 1845.

Haworth,* Martin Leslie, 1849-55. Brother of the above. b. 1839. Foreign Office.

Haworth, Walter Stuart Stevens, 1874. R.M. Coll. Sandhurst.

Hay, David, 1872. Son of Col. Hay, Waltham Abbey.

Hay (Sir) Edward Hay Drummond (Knt.), 1827. Son of E. W. A. Drummond-Hay. b. 1815. Colonial Office. Governor of the Virgin Islands 1839, St. Kitts 1850, St. Helena 1855. Retired 1863.

Hay (Sir) John Hay Drummond (K.C.B.), 1828. Brother of the above, b. 1816. Min. Plenip. at the Court of Morocco.

Haydon, Thomas Horatio, 1878. Son of Dodsworth Haydon, Castlegate, Guildford. b. 1865.

Hayes, Horace Milman, 1875. Of Avoca, Co. Wicklow.

Hayes,      , 1803.

Haynes,* John Hardcastle, 1801-6, b. 1791. Student of Ch. Ch. Oxf. Drowned at Oxford 1813.

Hayter, Francis Goodenough, 1874. Son of Henry Goodenough Hayter.

Hayter, Henry Hayter, 1837. Son of Henry Hayter, of Edendale, Wilts. Government Statist, Victoria. Author of Works on New Zealand and Victoria.

Hayter, Henry William Goodenough, 1876. Brother of Francis Goodenough Hayter (above).

Hayter, William Thomas Baring, 1873. Son of Harrison Hayter, C.E. B.N. Coll. Oxf.

Head, Charles Howard, 1875. Son of Henry Head, Stamford Hill, d. 1877.

Head (Sir) Frank Somerville (Bart.), 1827. Eldest son of the late Sir Francis Head, Bart. b. 1817. Bengal Civil Service.

Head, Henry, 1875. Brother of Charles Howard Head (above), b. 1861.

Head, Hugh Stanley, 1878. Brother of the above, b. 1864.

Healey,* James, 1804, b. 1794.

Heath,* William Emanuel, 1847-51, b. 1835.

Heather, Henry, 1810-13, b. 1797; deceased.

Heaton, Beresford Rimington, 1876. Son of J. D. Heaton, M.D., of Claremont, Leeds, b. 1863.

Hebden, Robert James, 1826, b. 1813. St. John's Coll. Cam. A.B. 1839.

Heberden, Frederick, 1820. Son of William Heberden, M.D., Physician to King George III. b. 1810. St. John's Coll. Cam. A.B. 1832. Vicar of Wilmington, Dartford; d. 1876.

Hebert, Charles, 1822. Son of Robert Hebert, Merchant, of London, b. 1807. Gold Medal. Trin. Coll. Cam. Wrangler and 1st Class Classical Tripos. D.D. Vicar of Ambleside.

Hedges, Septimus, 1874. Of Sunbury on Thames.

Helme, Robert, 1846. Son of R. Helme, of Walthamstow. b. 1830. Trin. Coll. Cam. 6th Senr. Opt. Formerly Vicar of Leverstock-Green, &c.

Helme, Robert Masterman, 1876. Son of the above, b. 1862.

Helps, Henry, 1822. Son of Thomas Helps, b. 1807. Magd. Coll. Cam. ; d. 1853.

Henley, Arthur Keith, 1875. Son of Hon. and Rev. Robert Henley, Vicar of Putney, b. 1863.

Henniker, Aldborough, 1833-39. Eldest son of Aldborough J. B. Henniker, of Catcott, Somerset, b. 1821. Q.C. Treasurer of Gray's Inn 1877.

Henniker, Frederick, 1835-40. Brother of the above. b. 1823. Merchant; died in Australia.

Henniker, John, 1837-41. Brother of the above, b. 1825. R. Navy; d. 1854.

Henniker, Robert, 1844-52. Brother of the above, b. 1833. Gold Medal. Scholar of Trin. Coll. Oxf. 1st Class Lit. Hum. &c. Vicar of Frocester. Head Master of Rossall School 1869-75.

Henniker, Rowland, 1849-54. Brother of the above, b. 1835. Trin. Hall. Cam. Holy Orders; d.

Henriques, David, 1807-8, b. 1792.

Henry, Arnold Jabez, 1825, b. 1813.

Henry, Thomas Ethrington, 1825, b. 1814.

Herbert, Magnus William Morton, 1872. Son of the late Capt. Herbert, 48th Regt. b. 1859. Army Student.

Heriot, Charles Hambro, 1878. Son of Robert Heriot, of Mulgrave House, Sutton, Surrey, b. 1864.

Heriot, Walter James, 1876. Brother of the above.

Heron, Francis Arthur, 1878. Son of Arthur P. Heron, of Lonsdale House, Dorking, b. 1864.

Herring, Nathaniel Rogers, 1823, b. 1809. Trin. Coll. Cam. Holy Orders; d.

Hertslet, Cecil, 1864.

Hervey,* Granville Walter, 1864. Son of Rev. Lord Charles A. Hervey, Rector of Chesterford, Cambridgeshire. b. 1852. Clare Coll. Cam.

Hesketh, Wickham, 1818, b. 1806.

Hessing, George William, 1833-35, b. 1819. Army; died in India 1841.

Hewett, Cornwallis, 1800-4. Trin. Coll. Cam. M.D. Fellow and Medical Professor of Downing Coll. Physician to St. George's Hospital, &c. ; d. 1841.

Hewett, Douglas, 1876. Son of Robert Hewett, Roden Lodge, Barking, Essex, b. 1862.

Hewett, Graham, 1875. Brother of the above, b. 1862.

Hewett, Robert Muirhead, 1871. Brother of the above. b. 1860.

Hewlett,* Joseph Thomas James, 1812-18. Son of Joseph Hewlett, b. 1800. Worc. Coll. Oxf. Vicar of Little Stambridge, Essex. Author of "Peter Priggins," &c.; d. 1846.

Hickman, Devereux Edward, 1873.

Hicks, Edward, 1825. (See Simpson, Edward).

Higgins, James Robert, 1824, b. 1810. Medical Practitioner.

Higginson, Jonathan, 1821, b. 1807.

Hill, Edward Johnson, 1827, b. 1811. Drowned 1829.

Hill, George Henry Hawtrey, 1864. Army. Highland regt.

Hill, John Frederick, 1824, b. 1809.

Hilliard, Frederick Joseph, 1811-13, b. 1797. Peterhouse Coll. Cam. Rector of Little Wittenham, Berks.

Hilliard, John Ashby Stafford, 1844-47. Son of the above. b. 1830. St. John's Coll. Oxf. Rector of Little Wittenham.

Hills, Henry Thomas Snow, 1847-48. Son of Walter Hills, Barrister, b. 1837. Emm. Coll. Cam. Died at Rome 1858.

Hills, Walter Alfred, 1844-52. Brother of the above, b. 1835. Trin. Coll. Oxf.

Hills, William Jefferys, 1843-47. Brother of the above. b. 1829. Trin. Coll. and Scholar of Jesus Coll. Oxf. Vicar of Cookham Dean.

Hilton, Arthur Denne, 1838-43. Son of Rev. John Hilton, Vicar of St. Nicholas, at Wade, Kent. b. 1824. Wadh. Coll. Oxf. Incumbent of St. John's, Uxbridge Moor.

Hinchliffe,* William, 1814-20, b. 1803.

Hind, Charles, 1820, b. 1806. Lieut.-Genl. Formerly of 45th Regt.

Hind, William, 1820. Son of Martin Hind. b. 1804. Univ. Coll. Oxf. 1st Class Math. Holy Orders.

Hinds, Philip, 1802-5, b. 1791.

Hinds, Samuel, 1801-7, b. 1789. Pemb. Coll. Cam.

Hinds, Samuel, 1803-12. Son of Abel Hinds, of Barbados. b. 1795. Queens Coll. Oxf. 2nd Class Lit. Hum. Dean of Carlisle 1848. Bishop of Norwich 1849. Resigned 1857; d. 1872.

Hinds, Thomas Maxwell, 1807-13, b. 1799.

Hirtzel, Francis, 1811-16, b. 1801.

Hobart, George Bertie Benjamin, 1850-55. Son of the Hon. and Very Rev. H. L. Hobart, D.D., Dean of Windsor. b. 1838. Major Royal Horse Artillery. China 1860. Medal and Clasps. Military Secy, to the Governor of Madras.

Hobart, Robert Henry, 1849. Brother of the above, b. 1836. Trin. Hall, Cam. War Office. Private Secretary to the Marquis of Hartington.

Hobart,* Hon. William Arthur, 1840-45. Son of the 6th Earl of Buckinghamshire, b. 1828. 26th Bombay Native Infantry. Holy Orders. Rector of Conisholme, Linc.; d. 1874.

Hobbs, Charles James, 1878. Son of Joseph Hobbs, 9, Kensington Gardens Square, b. 1866.

Hobbs, Joseph Scovell, 1874. Brother of the above.

Hobhouse, Thomas Benjamin, 1821. Son of Sir Benj. Hobhouse, Bart., and brother of Lord Broughton. b. 1807. Ball. Coll. Oxf. 2nd Class Lit. Hum. Barrister. M.P. for Chatham 1837-41; for Lincoln 1848-52 ; d. 1877.

Hodge, Thomas Durell Powell, 1851-53, b. 1835. Joined Garibaldi's Army.

Hodges,* Charles William Henry, 1822, b. 1808.

Hodges, John, 1804-5.

Hodges, Nethersole, 1821, b. 1808.

Hodgkinson, Edward, b. 1812.

Hodgkinson, Samuel Brandram, 1828, b. 1817.

Hodgkinson, Thomas Mather, 1874.

Hodgson, Anthony John, 1825, b. 1814.

Hodgson,      , 1805-7. Royal Engineers.

Hodgson, Ellis, 1805-7.

Hodgson,* James Thomas, 1857-64. Son of Rev. Francis Hodgson, b. 1846. Univ. Coll. Oxf. Assistant Master at Charterhouse.

Hodgson, John Fisher, 1820. Son of C. Hodgson, Secretary and Treasurer Queen Anne's Bounty, b. 1812. Went to Westminster School. Ch. Ch. Oxf. 3rd Class Lit. Hum. Vicar of Horsham.

Hodgson, Kirkman Daniel, 1826. Son of John Hodgson, of The Elms, Hampstead. b. 1814. Merchant in London Director of the Bank of England, &c. M.P. for Bristol, &c. ; d. 1879.

Hodgson, William, 1850-57. Son of the Rev. Dr. Hodgson, Master of St. Peter's Coll. Cam. b. 1839. St. Peter's Coll. Cam. Vicar of Plaistow, Kent.

Hodson, Charles Frederick, 1863, b. 1847.

Hodson, Grenville Heber Frodsham Elton, 1831-40. Son of Rev. Dr. Hodson, Principal of B.N.C. Oxf. b. 1821. B.N.C. Oxf. Rector of Michaelchurch.

Hogarth, John Rayer, 1821, b. 1811.

Holberton, Richard R. 1822. Ex. Coll. Oxf. Holy Orders; deceased.

Holdship,* James Michael, 1816, b. 1803. Registrar's Office, Chancery Lane.

Holdsworth, Arthur Bastard E. 1823. Son of A. H. Holdsworth, M.P. for Dartmouth, b. 1808. Capt. 6th Dragoons; d. 1875.

Holland, Henry Lancelot, 1821. Eldest son of Colonel Holland, b. 1808. Went to Harrow School. A Governor of the Bank of England.

Holland, Percy, 1875. Son of Rev. C. Holland, Rector of Petworth. R. M. Coll. Sandhurst.

Holland, Thomas Edwardes Mytton, 1808-11 Son of Saml. Holland, b. 1793. Ball. Coll. Oxf. Vicar of Stoke Bliss, Herefordshire.

Holland,* William, 1808-15. Son of Rev. William Holland. b. 1797. Ch. Ch. Oxf. Rector of Cold Norton, Essex; d. 1868.

Holloway,* Edward Vere Peregrine, 1816, b. 1806. Lieut.-Col. Indian Army; d. 1877.

Holloway, Meryon, 1823, b. 1812. Drowned at Charterhouse 1829.

Hollway, Geoffrey Fynes, 1874. Son of Major Jas. Hollway, Stanhoe Grange, Norfolk, b. 1861. Articled to a Solicitor.

Hollway, John Majendie, 1876. Brother of the above. b. 1863.

Hollyon, James Blatch Philip, 1825, b. 1811. Wadh. Coll. Oxf. Banker.

Holman, Henry Martin, 1874. Son of G. Holman, of Reigate.

Holme, James Wetheral, 1858, b. 1844. Merchant's Office.

Holmes, Marcus Edward, 1877.

Holroyd, Edward, 1806-11. Son of Sir George S. Holroyd, Judge of the Court of King's Bench, b. 1794. Trin. Coll. Cam. Barrister. Late Senior Commissioner of Bankruptcy.

Holt,* Charles Reginald Cooper, 1874. Son of Rev. Robert Holt, of Hillesden, Bucks. Scholar of Hertford Coll. Oxf.

Holworthy, Wentworth Samuel, 1825. Son of Rev. Samuel Holworthy, Rector of Croxall, Derbyshire, b. 1812. Trin. Coll. Cam.

Hood, Thomas Pelham, 1802-4.

Hoole, James, 1826, b. 1814.

Hooman, Thomas Charles, 1863-68, b. 1850. 27, Clement's Lane, E.C.

Hooper, Thomas James, 1849, b. 1833.

Hope, David Boyle, 1847-50. Second son of James Hope, and nephew of the late Rt. Hon. John Hope-Vere, Lord Justice Clerk of Scotland, b. 1833. Scotch Advocate.

Hope-Vere, Charles Edward, 1843-48. Son of J. J. Hope Vere, and grandson of 4th Marquis of Tweedale. b. 1828. Mercantile House.

Hopegood, Andrew Edward, 1823, b. 1814. Trin. Coll. Cam. A.B. 1836.

Hopkins, Everard, 1873. Son of Manley Hopkins, Oak Hill, Hampstead. b. 1860. Artist.

Hopkirk, Charles Thomas, 1863-7. Son of Thos. Hopkirk. b. 1849. St. Edmund's Hall, Oxf.

Hopper, Arthur Quin, 1823, b. 1811. 34th Bengal N.I.

Hopper, Harman Baillee, b. 1819. 31st Bengal N.I. Severely wounded at Kelat, 13th Nov. 1839.

Hopwood, Arthur Robert, 1855-60, b. 1845. Captain Rifle Brigade. Ashanti Medal and Clasp.

Hopwood, Henry Aubrey, 1876.

Horder, Thomas William, 1822, b, 1812.

Hore, Charles Clavell, 1864. Son of Charles Hore, of Dulwich, Solicitor, b. 1851. Barrister of Lincoln's Inn.

Horne, Arthur, 1821, b. 1807. 25, Avenue Rd., N.W.

Horne, Frederick William, 1878. Son of Rev. Frederick Edward Home, Rector of Drinkstone, Suffolk, b. 1866.

Horner, John Stuart Hippisley, 1822. Second son of Thos. Strangways Horner, of Mells Park, Somerset, b. 1810. M.A. Ex. Coll. Oxf. Holy Orders. Rector of Mells, and Preb. of Wells; d. 1874.

Horrocks, Edgeworth, 1840-44. Son of Peter Horrocks, of Penwortham Lodge, Preston, Lanc. b. 1829. Of Mascalls, Kent, and Hill House, Oxon.

Horsley, Francis, 1810-13, b. 1799. Ch. Coll. Cam. Vicar of Matching, Essex.

Horsley, John, 1809-12, b. 1796. E. I. Civil Service.

Horton, Robert, 1821, b. 1810. Army.

Hose, Henry Christian, 1865, b. 1853.

Hoskins,* Haviland George, 1838-40. Son of Rev. Henry Hoskins, of North Perrott, Somerset, b. 1826; d. 1840.

Hotham, Henry, 1825. Son of the Hon. and Rev. Fred. Hotham, and grandson of 2nd Lord Hotham. b. 1814. Royal Artillery. Jesus Coll. Cam. Rector of Woodensborough, Kent.

Hotham, John Hallett, 1825. Brother of the above, b. 1811. Demy, of Magd. Coll. Oxf. Vicar of Sutton, Kent.

Houlton, Ellis Hart Torrianna, 1856-59. Son of George Fredk. Houlton, of the Bengal Civil Service, b. 1841.

Houston, William, 1824, b. 1811.

How, Charles Christian, 1877. Son of Rt. Rev. Walsham How, Bishop Suffragan of London, b. 1864.

Howard, Charles William, 1873-77. Son of Charles Howard, of Hampstead. b. 1860.

Howard, George Percy, 1873-78. Brother of the above. b. 1861. Nethershall Terrace, Hampstead.

Howard, Hon. Henry Thomas, 1820. Son of the 16th Earl of Suffolk, b. 1808. Capt. in the Army 1830. M.P. for Cricklade 1841 ; d. 1851.

Howard,* Hon. James Kenneth, 1827. Brother of the above. b. 1814. Foreign Office. M.P. for Malmesbury 1841-52. Commissioner of Woods and Forests 1855.

Howard, Hon. John, 1822, b. 1811.

Howard, John Ernest, 1877. Brother of C. W. Howard (above), b. 1864.

Howard,* Thomas Bowes, 1857-60. Son of Capt. the Hon. H. T. Howard, M.P. b. 1847. Royal Navy; d. 1864.

Howe, Thomas, 1807-9, b. 1792. Solicitor.

Howell, Alexander, 1829, b. 1811.

Howell, Oswald John, 1823, b. 1810. Chaplain to the Sussex County Hospital.

Howell (Sir) Thomas (Knt.), 1815-16. Son of Thomas Howell, of Clapham. b. 1802. Was Director of Contracts in the War Office 1855-74. Knighted 1876.

Howes, George, 1825. Son of Rev. George Howes, Rector of Spixworth, Norfolk, b. 1811 ; d. 1827.

Howlett, John Henry, 1821. Son of Rev. J. H. Howlett, Chaplain of the Chapel Royal, Whitehall, b. 1810. Fellow of St. John's Coll. Cam. Bell Scholar. Wrangler and 2nd Class Classical Tripos. Rector of Meppershall, Beds.

Howlett, Robert, 1809-16. Son of Samuel Howlett, b. 1797. Pemb. Coll. Oxf. Formerly Vicar of Hopton, St. Margaret.

Howorth, Humphrey, 1826, b. 1813. Indian Army.

Huband, Hugo Richard, 1876. Son of the late Capt. Geo. Joseph Huband, 8th Hussars, b. 1862.

Huddlestone, Andrew Fleming, 1808. Son of Andrew Huddlestone, of Hutton John, Cumberland, b. 1796. Madras Civil Service. J.P. for Cumberland; d. 1861.

Hudson, George Isaac, 1821, b. 1811.

Hudson, Thomas Keith, 1845-46, b. 1836.

Hudson, William Bankes, 1824, b. 1812. Apothecary.

Hughes, Albert, 1851-54. Son of Walter Hughes, b. 1835. St. John's Coll. Oxf. Rector of Woodford, Essex.

Hughes, George, 1820, b. 1805.

Hughes, John Carlyon, 1824. Son of the late Capt. John Hughes, Capt. 52nd Regt. b. 1811. Wine Merchant, 58, Fenchurch Street.

Hughes, John Stanley, 1876.

Hughes, Rathbone Duncan, 1821, b. 1808.

Hughes, William, 1823, b. 1813.

Hughes, William John Marjoribanks, 1821. Son of Capt. Philip Hughes, R.N. b. 1808. Formerly Captain 5th Dragoon Guards. Assumed the name of Loftus Otway 1873.

Hughes-Onslow, Denzil, 1877. Second son of late Henry J. Hughes-Onslow, of Balkissock, Co. Ayr. b. 1863.

Hulkes, Cecil James Gladdish, 1876. Son of Jas. Hulkes, Little Hermitage, Rochester, b. 1863.

Hull, Francis James, 1838-45, b. 1826. Univ. Coll. Durham. Curate of Netherbury, Dorset.

Hull, Henry Mitchell, 1874. Son of John Winstanley Hull (below).

Hull, Henry Mitchell, 1838-46. Son of W. W. Hull, Barrister, b. 1827. Ball. Coll. and Scholar of Univ. Coll. Oxf. Double 1st Class; d. 1853.

Hull, John Winstanley, 1836-44. Brother of the above. b. 1824. B.N. Coll. Oxf. Vicar of N. Muskham, Newark-on-Trent.

Hull, Thomas Hillman, 1825, b. 1809.

Hull, William Wilson, 1836-39. Brother of J. W. and H. M. Hull (above), b. 1822. Student of Ch. Ch. Oxf. 2nd Class Lit. Hum. d. 1846.

Hulme, Samuel Joseph, 1833-42. Son of Robert Hulme. b. 1824. Scholar and Fellow of Wadh. Coll. Oxf. 2nd Class Lit. Hum. Rector of Bourton-on-the-Water, Gloucestershire.

Hulton, Henry, 1867-71. Son of Rev. Campbell Bassett Arthur Grey Hulton, Rector of Emberton, Bucks, b. 1854. Fiji Islands.

Hulton, Reginald Edward, 1871. Brother of the above. b. 1857. Birmingham.

Hulton, Richard, 1824, b. 1810.

Hulton, Samuel Fletcher, 1875. Brother of Reginald Edward Hulton (above), b. 1862.

Hulton, William Preston, 1820, b. 1806. Went to Eton. Incumbent of St. Paul's, Southampton ; d. 1870.

Hulton,* William Stokes, 1863-69. Brother of Samuel Fletcher Hulton (above), b. 1852. Residing at Hanover.

Humfrey, Charles, 1819. Son of Mr. Humfrey, Banker at Cambridge, b. 1807. Downing Coll. Cam. Solicitor.

Humphreys, Gardiner, 1878. Son of Thomas Humphreys, of Dover, b. 1865.

Humphreys, John James Hamilton, 1827. Son of Major John Humphreys, of Mitown House, Co. Tyrone, b. 1816. Ex. Coll. Oxf. Barrister.

Humphreys, Thomas William Drummond, 1835-41, b. 1824. Trin. Coll. Oxf. J.P. for Tyrone.

Humphries,* Henry, 1810, b. 1796. Solicitor; d. 1833.

Humphries,* John, 1809-14. Brother of the above. b. 1795. Trin. Coll. Cam.

Humphrys,* George, 1810-16, b. 1800.

Humphrys,* Josiah, 1814, b. 1802.

Hunt, Arthur, 1854-56, b. 1840. Went to New Zealand. Late Capt. 10th Hussars. Capt. Middlesex Militia.

Hunt,* Charles Anthony, 1807-16, b. 1797. Mert. Coll. Oxf. Holy Orders.

Hunt, George Jenkyns, 1849-53, b. 1836.

Hunt,* John, 1802-5, b. 1789. Navy; d. 1806.

Hunt,* Robert Shapland, 1828-36. Son of Henry Holdsworth Hunt, of Waterford. b. 1817. Ex. Coll. Oxf. Rector of Mark Beech, Kent.

Hunt, Walter Robert, 1876. Son of the late Rt. Hon. Geo. Ward Hunt. b. 1864.

Hunter, Henry Charles Vickers, 1876. Nephew of W. Hunter, Kilburne Hall, Derby.

Hunter,* Mark William, 1847-55, b. 1836. Prize Scholar. Trin. Coll. Cam. Barrister. Telhurst, Ryde.

Hunter, Perceval William, 1827. Son of David Hunter. b. 1812. Mert. Coll. Oxf.

Hunter, Richard Henry, 1878. Son of Richard H. Hunter, of Isleworth (below), b. 1864,

Hunter, Richard Henry, 1848-54, b. 1838. Surgeon, M.R.C.S. Isleworth.

Hurle, Henry Allen, 1816, b. 1807.

Hurrell, William Philip, 1873.

Hurst, Nicholas Edward, 1828, b. 1814.

Hussey, Edward, 1821. Son of Edward Hussey, of Scotney Castle, Sussex, b. 1807. Ch. Ch. Oxf. Scotney Castle, Lamberhurst. J.P. and D.L. for Kent.

Hutchins, Edward John, 1821. Son of E. Hutchins, of Briton Ferry, Co. Glamorgan, b. 1809. St. John's Coll. Cam. M.P. for Penryn 1840. For Lymington 1850; d. 1877.

Hutchinson,* Ernest R., 1858-59. Son of Rev. B. Hutchinson, of St. Albans. b. 1847.

Hutchinson, Horace Gordon, 1872. Son of General Hutchinson, of Wellesbourne, Bideford.

Hutson, Henry, 1824. Son of H. Hutson, of Demarara, Medical Practitioner, b. 1812.

Hutson, John Richard Farre, 1810-13. Brother of the above. b. 1797. M.D. Edinb.; deceased.

Hutton,* Charles Henry, 1807-8. Son of Rev. H. Hutton, D.D., Rector of Beaumont, Essex, b. 1794. Fellow of Magd. Coll. Oxf. D.D. 1843.

Hutton,* Henry, 1807-16. Brother of the above, b. 1797. Ball. Coll. Oxf. Rector of Filleigh, Devon; d. 1875.

Huxley, Thomas, 1815-17, b. 1801. St. John's Coll. Cam.

Huxley,* Thomas Christopher, 1865, b. 1853. Coffee Planter in Ceylon.

Hyslop, Maxwell, 1820. Son of John Hyslop, of Lochend, Kirkcudbright, b. 1809. Lieut.-Col. Bengal Infantry.