List of Carthusians, 1800–1879/W

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


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Waddell, George, 1824, b. 1812.

Waddell, James, 1852-56, b. 1838. Walford and Talbot Prizeman. Actuary.

Waddington, Charles Willoughby, 1878. Son of Col. Thomas Waddington, Bombay Staff Corps, b. 1865.

Waddington, Evelyn, 1820. Son of the late William Waddington, of Chatham Place, London, b. 1806. Trin. Coll. Cam. 1st Class Classical Tripos.

Waddington, George, 1808-11. Son of Rev. George Waddington, Vicar of Tuxford, Notts, b. 1793. Fellow of Trin. Coll. Cam. University Scholar and Chancellor's Medallist. Vicar of Masham, Yorks. Dean of Durham 1840; died 1869.

Waddington, Horatio (Rt. Hon.), 1812-15. Brother of the above, b. 1799. Fellow of Trin. Coll. Cam. University Scholar. Chancellor's Medallist. Wrangler. Under Secretary of State, Home Department. Privy Councillor; died 1867.

Waddington, Valentine, 1823. Brother of Evelyn Waddington (above), b. 1810. Died at Charterhouse 1823.

Waddington, William Pendrell, 1806-8. Brother of the above, b. 1791. Trin. Coll. Cam. Died at Rome 1821.

Wade, Arthur Fenwick Stevenson, 1848-50, b. 1837. St. Columba's Coll. New Coll. Oxford.

Wade,* Charles Herbert, 1860-67, b. 1849,

Wade, Frederic Gore, 1803-5.

Wade, George Edward, 1863, b. 1853.

Wadham Arthur Edward Montague, 1877. Son of Edward Wadham, of Millwood, Lancashire, b. 1863.

Wadham, Walter Francis Ainslie, 1877. Brother of the above, b. 1865.

Wadmore, Alban Henry Thomas, 1865. Son of Rev. H. R. Wadmore, Incumbent of All Souls', St. John's Wood. b. 1851. Solicitor.

Waggett, Ernest Blechynden, 1878. Son of John Waggett, M.D., of London, b. 1866.

Waggett, Philip Napier, 1875. Brother of the above, b. 1862.

Wainhouse, Robert, 1829, b. 1815.

Wainewright, John, 1815, b. 1805. Taxing Master in Chancery. Belmont, Lee, Kent.

Wainewright, Robert Arnold, 1816, b. 1807. Solicitor.

Waite, Charles D., 1819. Son of John Waite, of Willesden House, Middlesex, b. 1807. St. Peters Coll. Cam. M.B. Physician. Formerly apprentice to Sir Charles Bell, F.R.S.

Waithman, Henry, 1813, b. 1800.

Wake,* Archibald James, 1869. Son of Sir William Wake, Bart., of Courteen Hall, Northants. b. 1856. Trin. Coll. Oxf. Pitsford, Northampton.

Wake,* Charles Baldwin, 1873. Brother of the above. b. 1858. Studying in Hanover to qualify as a Civil Engineer.

Wake,* Edward St. Aubyn, 1876. Son of Rear- Admiral Charles Wake, b. 1862.

Wake,* Thomas Herbert Drury, 1875. Brother of Archibald J. Wake (above), b. 1861.

Wakefield,* Gilbert, 1802-6, b. 1790. Army.

Wakefield, Jacob, 1874. Son of William Henry Wakefield, of Sedgwick House, Kendal.

Wakefield, William Steer, 1820, b. 1806.

Walford, Alfred, 1820. Son of William Walford, of High Beech, Essex, b. 1809. Merchant at Liverpool. Of Bebington, Cheshire.

Walford, Alfred Saunders, 1853-55. Son of the above. b. 1843. Merchant. Bromborough, Cheshire.

Walford, Desborough, 1810-12, b. 1796. Solicitor at Ipswich ; died 1873.

Walford, Edward, 1834-41. Son of the Rev. Wm. Walford, of Hatfield Peverel, Essex, b. 1823. Gold Medal. Scholar of Ball. Coll. Oxf. Latin Verse, and Denyer Theol. Prize. Editor of the Gentleman's Magazine, Author of "Old and New London," "County Families," &c.

Walford, Frederick, 1821-28. Son of Joseph Green Walford, Q.C. b. 1810. Scholar of Trin. Coll. Cam. Barrister. Recorder of Saffron Walden and Maiden; deceased.

Walford, Frederick, 1848-49. Brother of Edward Walford (above), b. 1835. Went to Durham School. Architect.

Walford, John Desborough, 1817. Brother of Alfred Walford (above), b. 1805. Gold Medal. Trin. Coll. Cam. Assistant Master at Winchester. Afterwards Bursar; died 1879.

Walford, Oliver, 1827-31. Brother of the above, b. 1814. Scholar of Trin. Coll. Cam. 1st Class Classical Tripos. Holy Orders. Master in the School 1836. Usher 1838; died 1855.

Walford,* Oliver Sutton, 1860-67. Son of the above, b. 1848. Trin. Coll. Cam. 3rd Class Classical Tripos. Vicar of Oldland, Bristol.

Walford, William Luke, 1851-54. Brother of Alfred Saunders Walford (above), b. 1841. Went to the College, Winchester. Trin. Coll. Cam. 2nd Class Classical Tripos. Curate of Fulham; died 1868.

Walford, William Sworder, 1864. Son of Rev. Oliver Walford (above). b. 1851. Lieut. Royal Artillery.

Walker, Allen Edward, 1819, b. 1806.

Walker, Andrew, 1810-13, b. 1799.

Walker, Charles, 1819, b. 1806.

Walker, Edward, 1817, b. 1804.

Walker, Francis, 1819, b. 1808. Solicitor. Lived in Delamere Terrace, Hyde Park; deceased.

Walker, Francis, 1845-48, b. 1831. Solicitor.

Walker, Henry James Warren, 1864, b. 1850.

Walker, Isaac John, 1829, b. 1816. Ball. Coll. Oxford.

Walker, James Edward Anderton, 1867, b. 1853. Coffee Planter in Ceylon.

Walker, John, 1817, b. 1802. Indian Civil Service.

Walker, John Cockburn, 1874. Son of Edmund William Walker, of Esher.

Walker, Reginald Field, 1877. Brother of the above, b. 1864.

Wallace, Alexander John, 1843-49, b. 1830. Gold Medal. Post-Master Mert. Coll. Oxf. Prize for Latin Verse.

Wallace, George, 1823, b. 1808. Trin. Coll. Cam. Head Master of the King's School, Canterbury. Rector of Burghclere, Hants.

Wallace, George Archdale, 1856-59. Son of the above. b. 1843. Merchant's Office.

Wallace, Park, 1878. Son of George Wallace, of Eardiston, Worcester, b. 1864.

Wallace, William, 1862-68, b. 1850.

Waller, William Burton, 1810-11, b. 1798.

Wallington, Benjamin, 1827, b. 1811. Solicitor in London.

Wallington, Septimus, 1830, b. 1816. Surveyor.

Wallis, Preston, 1821. Son of John Wallis, Vice-Warden of the Stannaries of Devon and Cornwall, b. 1807. Solicitor at Bodmin. District Registrar of the Probate Court; died 1858.

Walls, Joseph, 1821, b. 1810. Formerly Vicar of East Kirby, Lincolnshire.

Walmsley, Edward John, 1839-42, b. 1826, St. John's Coll. Cam. Went to India ; died 1849.

Walpole, Arthur, 1806-8. Son of the Hon. Robert Walpole. b. 1793. Capt. Royal Engineers. Died at Galway 1842.

Walpole, Francis, 1806-10. Brother of the above, b. 1795. The Home Office; died 1861.

Walsh, Percival Lewis, 1852-55. Son of Percival Walsh, of Appleton. b. 1839. Solicitor at Oxford.

Walter,      , 1803.

Walter,      , 1803.

Walter, Norman Ashley, 1877.

Walters, Arthur, Melmoth, 1878. Son of William Melmoth Walters, Solicitor, b. 1865.

Walters, Frederico Delano, 1877.

Walters, Percy Melmoth, 1876.

Walton, Herbert Fitzgerald Reed Haynes, 1875. Son of H. Haynes Walton, of London, F.R.C.S. b. 1861.

Warburton, Henry, 1838-39. Son of Rev. H. Warburton, J.P., Rector of Sible Hedingham. b. 1823. Ex. Coll. Oxf. Rector of Sible Hedingham, Essex.

Warburton, Henry Pigot Ireland, 1868-70. Son of the above, b. 1853. Trin. Coll. Cam. Clerk in the Court of Probate.

Ward, Frank Cavendish, 1839-43, b. 1826. Solicitor at Prescot, Lancashire.

Ward, James Duff, 1846-52. Son of Henry B. Ward, of Brocklands, Havant. b. 1834. E. I. Civil Service. Retired.

Ward, James Moore, 1877. Son of John Ward, of Lenoxvale, Belfast, b. 1862.

Ward, Richard, 1800-4. Son of Rev. Richard Ward, Rector of Somerby, Linc. b. 1786. Fellow of Trin. Coll. Cam. Senr. Opt. Chancellor's Medallist. Craven Scholar. Holy Orders; died 1869.

Ward,* Samuel Hawkins, 1803-7, b. 1790; deceased.

Warde, George Lloyd, 1853. Son of Charles Thomas Warde, of Clopton House, Warwick, b. 1840; died 1853.

Wardon, Thomas, 1810-13, b. 1801. Went to Westminster School.

Waring, Edward Loxley, 1877. Son of William Waring, J.P., of Woodlands, Chelsfield, Kent. b. 1863.

Waring, Edward Stokes, 1820, b. 1809.

Waring, John Edward, 1820, b. 1807.

Warington, William Richard, 1822,b.1809. Died at Charterhouse 1824.

Warne, Harold Edmund, 1874.

Warner, John, 1855-57, b. 1841

Warre, Annesley Tyndale, 1874. Son of C. Bampfylde Warre, of Townlands, Lindfield, Sussex, b. 1861. R.M. Academy, Woolwich.

Warre, Bampfylde Drought, 1873. Brother of the above. b. 1859. Merton Coll. Oxf.

Warre, George, 1802-4. Merchant at Lisbon; deceased.

Warre, John Whitehead, 1802-4. Drowned in the Wye near Ross.

Warre, Thomas, 1800-2.

Warren, Edward Malthus, 1873. Son of Reginald Augustus Warren, of Preston Place, Sussex, b. 1859.

Warren, William Pennefather, 1874.

Wasey, George William Leigh, 1821. Son of Rev. George Wasey, Rector of Ulcombe, Kent. b. 1811. Ch. Ch. Oxf. Incumbent of Morville, Shropshire; died 1877.

Waterfield, Charles Russell, 1876. Son of O. C. Waterfield, of Temple Grove, East Sheen, b. 1862.

Waterworth, Charles Albert, 1853-55, b. 1840.

Watson, Edward Dayot, 1828, b. 1816. Linc. Coll. Oxf. Went to India; deceased.

Watson, George William, 1813-18, b. 1802. Vicar of Milford, Surrey.

Watson, Henry Piercy, 1868-71, b. 1853. Jesus Coll. Cam.

Watson,* Henry Robert, 1800-7, b. 1789. Army (Guards).

Watson, Herbert Nicol, 1876. Son of Robert Brown Watson, of New Brighton, Cheshire, b. 1863.

Watson, William Arthur, 1874.

Watts,      , 1803.

Watts, Robert Rowley, 1844-48. Son of Rev. John Watts, Rector of Tarrant Gunville, and Prebendary of Salisbury. b. 1829. Univ. Coll. Oxf. 2nd Class Math. 3rd Class Lit. Hum. Assistant Master in the School. Vicar of Stourpaine, Dorset.

Watts, William, 1820. Son of Robert Watts, of Hampstead. b. 1807. Scholar of Univ. Coll. Oxf. 2nd Class Math. Incumbent of Christ Church, Endell Street, London; died 1847.

Way, Holroyd Fitz William, 1823. Son of Col. Benjamin Way, of Denham Place, Uxbridge. b. 1809. Lieut. 88th Regt.; died 1866.

Way, William Robert, 1861-64. Son of Rev. C. J. Way, Vicar of Boreham, Essex, b. 1849. Brewer. Romford.

Wayet, John, 1822. Son of Rev. John Wayet, Vicar of Pinchbeck, Spalding. b. 1808. Silver Medal for English Verse; died 1825.

Wayet, West, 1822. Brother of the above, b. 1809. Queens Coll. Oxf. Vicar of Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire. Hon. Canon of Lincoln.

Waymouth, Charles, 1829, b. 1806. Trin. Coll. Cam. Holy Orders.

Waymouth, William Francis, 1874.

Weare, Frank, 1878.

Weatherhead, Alexander, 1867, b. 1853.

Webb, Edward Henry, 1848-50, b. 1833. 88th Regt. Killed in the attack on the Quarry, Sebastopol, 7th June, 1855.

Webb, George Price, 1818, b. 1807.

Webber, Howard, 1877. Son of Robert Pullen Webber, late of Elmstead, Chiselhurst. b. 1863.

Webber, William, 1824, b. 1812.

Webb-Ware, Charles Edward, 1878. Son of T. Webb-Ware, of Cheltenham, b. 1863.

Weber, Frederic Parkes, 1877. Son of Hermann David Weber, M.D. b. 1863.

Webster, Francis Joseph, 1874.

Webster, George Arthur, 1874. Son of Rev. G. Webster, D.D., Rector of S. Nicholas and Chancellor of Cork. b. 1861. Queens Coll. Cork.

Webster, Reginald Godfrey Michael, 1874. Brother of the above, b. 1860. Trin. Coll. Dublin.

Webster, Richard Everard, 1859-61, b. 1842. Talbot Scholar. Scholar of Trin. Coll. Cam. Wrangler. Barrister. Q.C.

Webster, Thomas, 1823, b. 1811. Scholar of Trin. Coll. Cam. Wrangler. Barrister. Q.C.

Webster, Thomas Calthrop, 1856-59. Son of Thomas Webster, Q.C., F.R.S. b. 1840. Trin. Coll. Cam. Vicar of St. Mark's, Old Street, London.

Webster, William, 1823, b. 1811. Fellow of Queen's Coll. Cam. Holy Orders. Master of the City of London School.

Wedderburn,* Charles Francis Webster, 1831. Son of Sir James and Lady Frances Webster-Wedderburn. b. 1820. Late Capt. 52nd Regt. Served in India (Medal); also in the Franco-German War. Bronze Cross, &c.

Wedgewood, Robert, 1820, b. 1806. Trin. Coll. Cam. Holy Orders.

Weekes, Augustus Frederick, 1837. Wadham Coll. Oxf. Holy Orders.

Weguelin, James Crawford, 1837-39, b. 1824. Trin. Coll. Cambridge.

Weigall,* Gilbert, 1870. Son of Alfred Weigall, of the Close, Salisbury, b. 1858. Keble Coll. Oxford.

Weil, Basil Manhali, 1861-62, b. 1848.

Weir, John Campbell, 1878. Son of Archibald Weir, M.D., St. Mungho's, Great Malvern. b. 1863.

Welbank, Richard, 1809-13, b. 1797. Medical Practitioner.

Welch, Henry Edward Parker, 1874. Son of Henry Thomas Welch, of Leck Hall, Lancashire, b. 1860. Trin. Coll. Cambridge.

Welch,* John Davenport, 1853-54. Son of James Davenport Welch, of Snaresbrook, Essex, b. 1837. War Office, Medical Department.

Welch, Thomas Stanley, 1875.

Welch, Walter Barrows, 1875.

Welch,* William Davis, 1854-55. Brother of J. D. Welch (above), b. 1839. Major Royal Marine Artillery.

Weldon, Anthony Arthur, 1877. Eldest son of Sir Anthony Crosdill Weldon, Bart., of Rahenderry, Co. Kildare. b. 1863.

Weldon, Thomas Hamilton, 1877. Brother of the above. b. 1864.

Wells,* Francis Ballard, 1821-31. Son of Rev. George Wells, Rector of Wiston, Sussex, b. 1811. Orator. Silver Medal. Demy of Magd. Coll. Oxf. Private Sec. to Archbishop of Canterbury 1837-42. Rector of Woodchurch, Kent.

Wells, Thomas Pratt, 1807-9, b. 1793.

West, Charles Edward, 1824, b. 1815.

West, Edward Stamp, 1822. Son of Gilbert H. West, of Willesden, Middlesex, b. 1808. Indian Secretary; deceased.

West, George, 1805-7. Royal Artillery.

West, Gilbert Henry, 1821. Brother of Edward S. West (above), b. 1807. Jesus Coll. Cam. Incumbent of Corfe, Somerset; deceased.

West, Henry Jorin, 1845-49, b. 1829. B.N.C. Oxf. Holy Orders. Master at Radley; died 1859.

West, Horace, 1875. Son of the late Frederick West, of The Waldrons, Croydon. b. 1861.

West, Horace Charles George, 1873. Son of Algernon West, Deputy Chairman Inland Revenue, b. 1859.

West, James Bankes, 1820, b. 1807. Royal Navy.

West, Lewis Borrett, 1849-51, b. 1834. Merchant.

West, Reginald Jervoise, 1872. Brother of Horace Charles West (above), b. 1857.

West, Temple, 1828. Brother of Gilbert H. West (above). b. 1813. Magd. Hall, Oxf. Rector of Tetcott, Devon.

Westmacott, Arthur, 1827, b. 1814. Emigrated to Australia.

Weston, John, 1810-13, b. 1797. Medical Practitioner.

Weston, Spicer James, 1866-70. Son of Edward Weston, of St. Leonards-on-Sea. b. 1852. Teacher of Music.

Westrop, Edward John, 1866-68, b. 1852.

Wetherall,* Charles Augustus, 1840-48. Son of Col. Charles Wetherall. b. 1825. Trin. Coll. Toronto. Chaplain to the Forces.

Wetherall,* Robert Alexander, 1863-66. Son of Lt.-Col. Frederick Augustus Wetherall. b. 1852. Coffee Planter in Ceylon.

Wethered, Edmund Peel, 1876. Son of the Rev. Florence Thomas Wethered, of Hurley, Berks, b. 1863.

Wetherell, Thomas May, 1821, b. 1807. Holy Orders. Incumbent of Flaxley.

Wetherman, George Arthur, 1856-58, b. 1846; deceased.

Whalley, Daniel Constable, 1819, b. 1806. Pemb. Coll. Cam. Holy Orders. Hemley, near Woodbridge.

Wharton, Charles Bygrave, 1862-63, b. 1849.

Wharton,* Edward Ross, 1859-63, b. 1844. Gold Medal. Talbot Scholar. Scholar of Trinity and Fellow of Jesus Coll. Oxf. Ireland Scholar 1865.

Wharton, George Henry Lawrence, 1878. Son of Rev. J. C. Wharton, Vicar of Gilling, Yorks. b. 1865.

Wharton, Henry Thornton, 1862-63, b. 1846.

Wharton, John Thomas, 1822. Son of Rev. William Wharton, Vicar of Gilling, Yorks, and grandson of the 1st Lord Dundas. b. 1809. Trin. Coll. Cam. J.P. D.L. Skelton Castle, Yorks.

Wharton,* John Warburton, 1851-56. Son of Rev. George Wharton, Vicar of Kinver. b. 1837. St. John's Coll. Cam. 3rd Class Classical Tripos. Holy Orders. Assistant Master of the Proprietary School, Bath; died 1872.

Whateley, Francis John, 1873.

Whateley,* Arthur Pepys, 1839-47, b. 1829. Ch. Ch. Oxf. Barrister.

Whatmore,* Edward Newman, 1830, b. 1818.

Wheeler, William, 1820, b. 1807.

Whinney, Charles Thomas, 1872. Son of Frederick Whinney, of 90, Regent's Park Road, London, b. 1858. Articled to a Solicitor.

Whinney, Thomas Bostock, 1872. Brother of the above. b. 1860. Student at the Royal Academy.

Whish,* George Thomas, 1840-44. Son of Rev. R. P. Whish, Vicar of Monkton, Kent. b. 1826. 49, Brompton Crescent, London.

Whish, Henry Fulham, 1837-42. Brother of the above. b. 1824. C. C. C. Cam. Curate of St. Michael and All Angels, Brighton.

Whitaker, Thomas Hordern, 1826. Son of the Rev. Thomas Thoresby Whitaker, Vicar of Whalley, Lancashire. b. 1814. Ex. Coll. Oxf. F.S.A. D.L. The Holme, Burnley.

Whitbread, Gordon, 1826-31, b. 1814. Gold Medal. B.N.C. Oxf. 2nd Class Lit. Hum. Barrister. Governor of Charterhouse.

White, Andrew Douglass, 1806-8, b. 1793.

White, Edwin Francis, 1872.

White, Ely Emlyn, 1869, b. 1854.

White, Henry John, 1825, b. 1814.

White, Herbert, 1858-60, b. 1846.

White, John, 1878. Son of John White, of Lee, Kent. b. 1865.

White, Reginald James Neville, 1876. Son of James Sewell White, of the Indian Civil Service, b. 1863.

White, Richard Hamond, 1809-13, b. 1799. Navy.

White, William Frederick, 1825, b. 1811. Trin. Coll. Oxf. D.C.L.

White, William Thomas, 1869, b. 1852.

White-Cooper, William, 1874. Son of W. White-Cooper, F.R.C.S., of 19, Berkeley Square, b. 1861.

Whitehead, Gervase Frederick, 1874.

Whitehead, John, 1848-51, b. 1839.

Whitehead,* William Henry, 1808-13, b. 1797. Solicitor, of Gray's Inn.

Whiteley, Thomas Henry, 1876. Son of Rev. J. H. Whiteley, Rector of Pedmore, Stourbridge.

Whiteside, Frederick Richard Alexander, 1872. Son of Mr. Whiteside, of the Madras Civil Service.

Whitham, Francis James, 1878. Son of James Whitham, of Gledhow, Leeds, b. 1865.

Whiting, Algernon Oswald, 1874.

Whitmore, Charles, 1821, b. 1808.

Whittaker, George, 1827, b. 1811. Fellow of Queens Coll. Cam. 1st Class Class Tripos. Vicar of Oakington, Cambs.

Whittaker, Henry, 1822. Son of John Whittaker, of Newcastle Court, Co. Radnor, b. 1808. Of Lyston Hall, Herefordshire.

Wickham, William Cecil, 1875. Son of Rev. H. J. Wickham, The College, Winchester, b. 1861.

Wiche, Charles George, 1834-36, b. 1819. M.D.

Wigan, Alfred Lewis, 1872. Son of Rev. Alfred Wigan, Rector of Luddersdown, Kent. b. 1857. Keble Coll. Oxf.

Wigg, John Stone, 1839-43. Eldest son of John Wigg, of Stoneleigh, Kent. b. 1827. Solicitor in London. Hungershall Park, Tunbridge Wells.

Wigg, Joseph, 1840-47, b. 1830. Merchant's Office. Indian Army; died 1879.

Wiggins, Douglas Robert, 1818, b. 1807.

Wiggins, Matthew, 1820, b. 1809.

Wiggins, Richard Jones, 1820, b. 1807. Paper Manufacturer. Rickmansworth.

Wight, Thomas, 1808-14, b. 1797. Solicitor in London.

Wightwick, Henry, 1825, b. 1809. Scholar and Fellow of Pemb. Coll. Oxf. Rector of Codford, St. Peter, Wilts.

Wild, Charles James, 1878. Son of Charles Kemp Wild, Thornlea, Hampstead. b. 1865.

Wilde, Charles Robert Claude (Lord Truro), 1827. Eldest son of the 1st Baron Truro. b. 1816. Trin. Coll. Cam. Clerk of Assize, Oxford Circuit. Col. Commandant Middlesex Artillery Volunteers. Succeeded his father as 2nd Baron Truro 1855.

Wilde,* Ernest James, 1858. Son of Charles Norris Wilde, 19, Cornwall Terrace, Regent's Park. b. 1848. Solicitor.

Wilde (Hon.) Thomas Montague Carrington, 1827. Brother of 2nd Lord Truro (above), b. 1818. Trin. Coll. Cam. Registrar of the Court of Bankruptcy at Bristol.

Wilkins, George Dashwood, 1825, b. 1813. Bengal Civil Service (retired). 38, Leinster Sq.

Wilkins, William Bushby, 1826, b. 1813. Caius Coll. Cam. Barrister.

Wilkinson, Arthur Oats, 1825, b. 1815. Stock Exchange. Linkfield House, Red Hill, Surrey.

Wilkinson, George Alexander Eason, 1875. Summerfield House, Putney.

Wilkinson, Herbert Rokeby, 1869-70, b. 1855.

Wilkinson, Josiah, 1823, b. 1812. Solicitor.

Wilkinson, Thomas, 1876. Son of George Goodley Wilkinson, of Putney, b. 1863.

Willes, Charles Thomas, 1819. Son of Rev. William Shippen Willes, Rector of Preston Bissett, Bucks, b. 1808. Of Kingsutton, Oxon. J.P. for Northampton; died 1877.

Williams, Alfred, 1868. Son of Wellington Williams, of Park House, Leyton, Essex, b. 1853.

Williams, Alfred Frank, 1807-8, b. 1793. Fellow of St. John's Coll. Cambridge.

Williams, Edward Matcham, 1872. Son of Rev. H. Blackstone Williams (above), b. 1860. R.M. Coll. Sandhurst.

Williams, Edwin, 1869-74. Brother of Alfred Williams (above), b. 1856. Pemb. Coll. Cam. Law Tripos 1877.

Williams, Frederick Sims, 1824, b. 1812. Scholar of Trin. Coll. Cam. Barrister.

Williams, Harry, 1871. Brother of Edwin Williams (above). b. 1859.

Williams, James, 1825, b. 1816.

Williams, John, 1809-11.

Williams, John Michael, 1827. Eldest son of Michael Williams, M.P., of Caerhays, Cornwall, b. 1813. D.L. for Cornwall, Deputy Warden of the Stannaries. Caerhays Castle, and Gnaton Hall, Devon.

Williams, Reginald, 1870, b. 1859.

Williams, Sidney, 1867, b. 1855.

Williams, Stephen Frederick, 1840-45. Son of Stephen Williams, Solicitor, of Clapham Common, b. 1826. Scholar of St. John's Coll. Cam. Wrangler. Holy Orders. Mathematical Master in the School. Vice-Principal of the Liverpool Collegiate School. Rector of Cold Norton, Essex.

Williams, Theobald Wolfe I. 1862. Left the same year. b. 1850.

Williams,* Thomas John, 1842-50. Son of John Williams, of Abbey Foregate, Shrewsbury, b. 1831. Univ. Coll. Oxf. Rector of Waddesdon, Bucks.

Williams, William Cowell, 1869-73. Brother of Harry Williams (above), b. 1854. Pemb. Coll. Cam. Mathematical Tripos 1876.

Williams, William Smith Gittinge, 1877. Son of J. H. Williams, of Baltimore, U.S.A. b. 1863.

Williams, Wynn William, 1836-42, b. 1823. Emm. Coll. Cam. Capt. 3rd Dragoons.

Williams-Wynn, Henry Cunliffe, 1876. Son of C. W. Williams-Wynn, M.P. of Coed-y-Maen, Montgomeryshire, b. 1863.

Willis, Edward, 1817. Son of Richard Willis, of Halsnead Park, Lanes, b. 1805. Capt. 37th Regt. retired.

Willis, Frederick 1815. Brother of the above, b. 1804. Capt. 9th Lancers. Master of the Ceremonies at Dublin Castle.

Willis,* John Walpole, 1806-9. Son of Capt. William Willis, 13th Light Dragoons, b. 1793. Barrister. Colonial Judge. J.P. and D.L. of Wick House, Worcester; died 1877.

Willis, Thomas, 1815-18. Brother of Frederick Willis (above), b. 1803.

Willock,* Robert Peel, 1833-39. Son of Robert Peel Willock. Postmaster at Manchester, and cousin of Sir Robert Peel. b. 1821. Wine Merchant in Manchester.

Wilmer, John, 1822. Son of Bradford Wilmer. M.D. b. 1812.

Wilmer, William, 1822, b. 1811. Lieut.-Col. 8th Royal Irish Hussars. Served with great distinction in India; died at Bombay 1848.

Wilmot, Edmund, 1821. Son of Sir Robert Wilmot, Bart. b. 1809. To India. J.P. and D.L. Yorks; died 1869.

Wilmot,* Edward Parry Eardley- 1855-62. Son of Sir John E. Eardley-Wilmot, Bart., M.P. b. 1843. St. John's Coll. Oxf. Privy Council Office.

Wilmot, Ernest Augustus Eardley- 1862. Son of Rev. E. R. Eardley- Wilmot, Canon of Worcester, b. 1848. Clare Coll. Cam. 1st Class Theological Tripos. Vicar of Windrush, Oxon.

Wilmot, Hugh Eden Eardley- 1862. Son of Sir John E. Eardley Wilmot, Bart., M.P. b. 1850. Barrister. Midland Circuit.

Wilmot, William Assheton Eardley- 1853-59. Eldest brother of the above, b. 1840. Ball. Coll. Oxf. Capt. 5th Regt.

Wilmot, Woollett Edward, 1821. Son of Sir Thomas Wilmot, Bart., and brother of Edmund Wilmot (above), b. 1808. To India; died 1864.

Wilson,* Albany Howard, 1803-6, b. 1793.

Wilson, Aubrey William Freeman, 1871. Son of Rev. Freeman Wilson, Rector of East Horsley, Surrey, b. 1858.

Wilson,* Charles Grey, 1813-16, b. 1801.

Wilson, Ernest James, 1876. Son of Edward S. Wilson, of Melton, Brough, E. Yorks. b. 1861. Trin. Coll. Cam.

Wilson, Gilbert, 1878. Brother of the above, b. 1864.

Wilson, Herbert Howard, 1876.

Wilson, Hugh Francis, 1853-54. Of Durham, b. 1836. Trin. Coll. Oxf. Civil Engineer, South America.

Wilson, John Peter, 1801-6, b. 1791.

Wilson, Thomas Harrocks, 1875. Son of T. Wilson, Cooper's Hill, Preston, Lancashire.

Wilson, William Wilson, 1878. Son of W. H. Wilson, of Windbourne, Liverpool, b. 1864.

Wiltshire, Frederick, 1802-7, b. 1792.

Wiltshire, George Charles, 1800-5, b. 1789.

Winkworth, Harry Gordon, 1872-74. Son of L. H. Winkworth, of Rochester.

Windsor, Edward, 1831, b. 1816.

Windsor, William Richard, 1831, b. 1821.

Wing, John William, 1826-31. Son of Rev. John Wing, Rector of Thornhaugh, Northants. b. 1813. Fellow of Univ. Coll. Oxf. 2nd Class Lit. Hum. Barrister. County Court Judge ; died 1855.

Wingfield, Roland Penrhyn, 1874. Son of Major Walter Wingfield. Rhysnant Hall, Montgomeryshire.

Wingfield, William Wriothesley, 1822. Son of William Wingfield Baker, Master in Chancery, b. 1814. Ch. Ch. Oxf. Vicar of Gulval, Cornwall.

Winn, John Ashton, 1852-58, b. 1844.

Winscom, George Vivian, 1838-41. Son of the late G. Winscom, of Alnwick, Northumberland, b. 1826. Indian Army. Engineers.

Winthrop, Benjamin Eveleigh, 1825, b. 1812. Wadh. Coll. Oxf. 1st Class Math. Barrister.

Winthrop, Edward Gamaliel, 1822, b. 1809. St. John's Coll. Cambridge.

Wisdom, Henry John William Cridland, 1877. Son of Henry Constable Wisdom, of Tunbridge Wells, b. 1864.

Wise, Charles Dacres, 1878. Son of Henry Wise, of Charlton Court, Steyning, Sussex, b. 1864.

Witherby, John, 1810-11. Solicitor.

Witt, James Beadon, 1848. Left the same year. Eldest son of James Witt, of Swaffham Prior, Cambs. b. 1832; died 1873.

Witt, Sheridan, 1849-51. Son of Charles Witt, Physician, of London, b. 1834. Emigrated to Australia.

Wix,* Hubert Hector John, 1874. Son of Rev. Joseph Wix, Rector of Littlebury, Essex, b. 1861. Exhibitioner and Senior Scholar.

Wix, Louis Arthur, 1864. Brother of the above, b. 1850. Clare Coll. Cam. Solicitor.

Wodehouse, Algernon, 1828. Son of the Hon. and Rev. William Wodehouse, of Hingham, Norfolk, b. 1814. Trin. Coll. Cam. Rector of Easton, Winchester. Domestic Chaplain to the Duke of Northumberland.

Wodehouse, Campbell, 1837-44. Son of Edmond Wodehouse, M.P., of Sennow Lodge, Norfolk, b. 1826. Ch. Ch. Oxf. Rector of Alderford, Norfolk; died 1868.

Wodehouse,* Edmond, 1829-36. Brother of the above. b. 1818. 24th Regt. Major-General.

Wollaston,* Edward, 1804-11, b. 1793. Medical Practitioner; deceased.

Wollaston, Francis Hayles, 1814-15. Son of Ven. Francis John Hyde Wollaston, Archdeacon of Essex and Vicar of South Weald, b. 1803. Pemb. Coll. Cam. Rector of Dereham. Resigned his Orders; deceased.

Wollaston,* John Ramsden, 1802-8, b. 1791. Ch. Coll. Cam. Holy Orders. Emigrated to Australia.

Wood, Alexander, 1802-3; deceased.

Wood, Alfred Richard, 1872.

Wood,* Charles, 1801-7. Son of Thomas Wood, of Littleton, Middlesex, b. 1790. Served in 52nd Regt. and 10th Hussars in the Peninsula and at Waterloo. Colonel.

Wood,* Charles Watkins Arthur Harcourt, 1830-38. Son of the late Col. Thomas Wood, M.P. b. 1820. 43rd Regt. Retired.

Wood, Edward, 1826, b. 1810.

Wood, Ernest Reuss, 1865. Son of John Wood, of Liverpool. b. 1851. Merchant at Liverpool.

Wood, Herbert Kennedy, 1873.

Wood, James, 1816. Son of John Wood, of Seale Lodge, Farnham. b. 1804. Ch. Ch. Oxf. Vicar of Warnham, Sussex. Now residing at Worthing.

Wood, Reginald, 1874. Brother of Ernest Reuss Wood (above), b. 1860. Merchant. Liverpool.

Wood, Richard Warner Kendal, 1822, b. 1807. Trin. Hall, Cam. Holy Orders. Husbands Bosworth, Leicester; died 1853.

Wood, Robert Scorell, 1823.

Wood, Western, 1843-46. Son of the late Western Wood, M.P. for the City of London, b. 1830. Pemb. Coll. Oxf. Emigrated to Australia. Formerly a Member of Council, Queensland.

Woodgate, Alfred Henry Augustin, 1870. Son of Rev. Canon Woodgate. b. 1856.

Woodgate,* Charles Henry, 1826. Son of Rev. Stephen Woodgate, Vicar of Pembury, Kent. b. 1812. Indian Civil Service. Judge; deceased.

Woodgate, Decimus, 1825. Son of the late F. Woodgate, of Somerhill, Kent. b. 1812.

Woodgate, George Hardinge, 1875. Son of the following.

Woodgate,* George Stephen, 1820. Son of Rev. Stephen Woodgate, Vicar of Pembury. b. 1810. Univ. Coll. Oxf. Vicar of Pembury, Kent; died 1871.

Woodhouse, Campbell Hilary, 1873. Son of Henry Woodhouse, of Wyndham Place, London. 107th Regt.

Woodhouse, Henry Alderson, 1817, b. 1804. Barrister. Attorney-General for Bombay.

Woodington, Henry, 1809-12, b. 1794.

Woodland, Henry, 1825. From Newton St. Cyril, Devon. b. 1812.

Woodruff, Thomas, 1818. Son of George Woodruff, b. 1805. St. John's Coll. Oxf. Vicar of Wistow, Hunts. J.P.

Woodthorpe, Charles, 1826. Son of Henry Woodthorpe, LL.D., Town Clerk of London, b. 1816. Civil Engineer; deceased.

Woodthorpe, Frederick, 1825. Brother of the above. b. 1815. King's Coll. London. Barrister. Town Clerk of London; deceased.

Woodward, John, 1820. Son of John Woodward, of Street, Framfield, Sussex, b. 1810. Captain in the Army. Now residing at Folkestone.

Woodward, William, 1819. Brother of the above, b. 1807. Trin. Coll. Cam. Rector of Plumpton, Sussex ; died 1874.

Woodyeare,John Fountain, 1822. Eldest son of John Elwin Fountain, who took the name of Woodyeare. b. 1809. Ch. Coll. Cam. Holy Orders. Crookhill, Rotherham, Yorks.

Woodyeare, Richard Peter, 1824. Brother of the above. b. 1811. Lieut. 67th Regt; died 1835.

Woolwright, Henry Harriott, 1873.

Wordsworth, William, 1820-22. Youngest son of William Wordsworth, of Rydal Mount (Poet Laureate), b. 1810. Of the Hacket, Westmoreland. J.P. and D.L. for Cumberland. Willow Brook, Eton.

Wrangham, Digby Strangeways, 1842-48. Son of the late Digby Cayley Wrangham, M.P., Q.C., of the Rocks, Gloucester, b. 1831. St. John's Coll. Oxf. Vicar of Darrington, Yorks.

Wray, Robert William, 1818, b. 1805.

Wreford, Samuel, 1829. Son of John Wreford, of Broughton House, Kent. b. 1814. J.P. for Kent. Lord of the Manor of Broughton.

Wrench, Alfred Julius Stilwell, 1862. Son of Rev. T. W. Wrench, Rector of St. Michael's, Cornhill. b. 1851; deceased.

Wrench, Henry Sykes Thornton, 1862, b. 1853; deceased.

Wrench, John Mervyn, 1862, b. 1849. Civil Engineer; now employed on the Punjaub Railway at Lahore.

Wright, Arthur Franklin, 1876. Son of Rev. Arthur Wright, Rector of Coningsby and Canon of Lincoln. b. 1861.

Wright, Charles William, 1876. Son of William Wright, of Woolaton, Nottingham, b. 1863.

Wright, Dennis Batson Stewart, 1849-55. Son of D. Wright. Army Surgeon (Guards), b. 1837. Ordnance Department.

Wright, Herbert Edwin, 1877. Son of Herbert Wright, Solicitor, of Hornsey. b. 1864.

Wright, James Dennis, 1814.

Wright, John, 1837-39. Eldest son of John Wright, of Wickham Place, Essex, b. 1821. J.P. and D.L. for Essex. Of Hatfield Priory, Chelmsford. Formerly Capt. Essex Militia.

Wright, John, 1826, b. 1814.

Wright, John Peter, 1823, b. 1808.

Wright, Lyttleton Maynard, 1876.

Wright, Peter Charles, 1837. Second son of John Wright, of Wickham Place, Essex, and brother of John Wright (above), b. 1825. Addiscombe. Died on his way to India 1851.

Wright, Richard Plumley, 1876.

Wright, William, 1813-14, b. 1798. Medical Practitioner.

Wright,* William George, 1811-17, b. 1800; died 1817.

Wright,* William Queneborough, 1834-42. Son of the late W. Wright, of Midhurst. b. 1824. Worc. Coll. Oxf.

Wrightson, Thomas Barnardiston, 1819. Son of William Wrightson, of Cusworth, Yorks. b. 1806. B.N.C. Oxf.

Wybergh, Thomas Lawson, 1803-7. Son of Thomas Wybergh, of Clifton Hall. b. 1788. Cambridge; died 1812.

Wybergh, William, 1858-60, b. 1843 ; died 1871.

Wybergh, William, 1803-6. Brother of Thomas Lawson Wybergh (above), b. 1787. Of Clifton Hall, Westmoreland, and Isell Hall, Cumberland.

Wylde,* Charles, 1842-50. Son of Major-Gen. William Wylde. b. 1832. Emm. Coll. Cam. War Office.

Wynne, Campbell Montague Edward, 1873. Son of the late Llewelyn Wynne, b. 1859.

Wynter,* Lionel Robert, 1857-64. Son of Rev. Philip Wynter, President of St. John's Coll. Oxf. b. 1846. St. John's Coll. Oxf.

Wynyard, Edward George, 1874. Son of William Wynyard, of Hursley, Winchester, b. 1861. 2nd Lieut. Warwick Militia.

Wynyard,* Henry Robert, 1833-40. Son of Major-General Edward Buckley Wynyard. b. 1825. St. Mary's Hall, Oxf.; died 1846.

Wynyard, Montague George Lascelles, 1816. Son of the late Montague John Wynyard, Capt. Coldstream Guards. b. 1802. Ch. Coll. Cam. Holy Orders; died 1840.