List of Carthusians, 1800–1879/Y

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


Y.


Yard, Edward, 1819. Of Barbados, b. 1805; deceased.

Yardley, Henry Edward, 1872. Son of the late Sir William Yardley, Knt. b. 1857. Hadlow Park, Tunbridge.

Yates, Richard, 1800-1.

Yates, Edmund Telfer, 1821. Son of Rev. Richard Yates, D.D., Chaplain to Chelsea Hospital, b. 1811. Of Burgh Hall, Norfolk. Oriel Coll. Oxf. Rector of Burgh next Aylsham, Norfolk. J.P. for Norfolk.

Yates, Frederick, 1810-11, b. 1794. Actor. The friend, pupil and partner of Charles Matthews, with whom he was co-proprietor of the Adelphi Theatre; died 1842.

Yates, Henry Thomas, 1827. Son of Joseph Yates, of Peel Hall, Lancashire, b. 1813. Royal Navy. Afterwards in E. India Company's Service. Drowned at Whampoa.

Yates, Joseph St. John, 1824-27. Eldest brother of the above, b. 1808. Gold Medal. Ch. Ch. Oxf. Barrister, Judge of County Courts.

Yates, Robert Charles, 1876.

Yelloly, John, 1823. Son of John Yelloly, M.D., F.R.S., of Cavendish Hall, Suffolk, b. 1809. Trin. Coll. Cam. Formerly Vicar of Tring, Herts. Grove House, Sible Headingham.

Yenn, John, 1801-4; deceased.

Yorke (Hon.) Grantham Munton, 1820. Brother of the 4th Earl of Hardwicke. b. 1809. 52nd Regt. Afterwards ordained. Formerly Rector of S. Philip's, Birmingham. Prebend of Lichfield. Dean of Worcester; died 1879.

Yorke, Henry Galgacus, 1811. Left the same year. Went to Eton. Ch. Coll. Cam. M.P. for York 1841-8; died 1848.

Yorke, Horatio Arthur, 1863-65. Son of the Hon. and Rev. Henry Reginald Yorke, Canon of Ely. b. 1848. Lieut. Royal Engineers.

Yorke,* Reginald Beauchamp, 1856-62. Brother of the above. b. 1845. Admiralty Office. Emigrated to Australia.

Yorke, Thomas Henry, 1800-4, b. 1785. Univ. Coll. Oxf. Vicar of Bishop Middleham, Durham.

Young, Alfred Horace, 1875.

Young, Archibald, 1829, b. 1814.

Young, Charles Allen, 1814-16. Son of Rev. John Young. b. 1800. 1st Regt. Served in the Kaffre War 1835. Major. Retired 1843.

Young (Sir) Charles George (Knt.), 1807-11 Eldest son of Jonathan Young, of Lambeth, Surgeon, b. 1795. Herald's College. Garter King of Arms 1842. D.C.L.; died 1869.

Young, Charles James, 1865. Son of Rev. James Reynolds Young, Rector of Whitnash (below), b. 1851. Emigrated to Queensland, Australia.

Young, Edward, 1821, b. 1806. Trin. Coll. Cam. Holy Orders.

Young, Edward Newton, 1810-14. Son of Rev. John Young. b. 1795. Ch. Ch. Oxf. 2nd Class Lit. Hum. Assistant Master. Rector of Quainton, Bucks. Chaplain to the Duke of Buckingham.

Young, Francis, 1843-47. Brother of the following, b. 1829. Trin. Coll. Cam. 3rd Senr. Opt. Barrister.

Young, Frederick, 1843-49. Son of the following, b. 1830. Ball. Coll. Oxf. Rector of Pett, Sussex.

Young, Henry, 1807-12. Brother of Sir Charles George Young (above), b. 1797. Solicitor to the Governors of Harrow School; died 1869.

Young, Henry, 1821, b. 1810.

Young, James Forbes, 1807-12. Brother of Sir Charles G. Young (above), b. 1796. Surgeon. M.D. A distinguished naturalist; died 1860.

Young, James Reynolds, 1823. Son of William Young, of Highbury Grange. b. 1807. Scholar of Caius Coll. Cam. Rector of Whitnash, Leamington. Hon. Canon of Worcester.

Young, John, 1805-6, b. 1792.

Young, Walter Kershaw, 1869-71. Son of Rev. James Reynolds Young (above), b. 1854.

Young, William, 1819, b. 1807.

Young, William Douglas, 1873.

Young, William Edward Allen, 1844-52. Son of Rev. Edward Newton Young (above). b. 1833. Worc. Coll. Oxf. Hon. 4th Class Law and History. Rector of Pyecombe, Sussex.

Young, William Laurence, 1878. Son of Sir Charles Laurence Young, Bart. b. 1864.

Young (Sir) William Norris (Bart.), 1846-48. Son of Sir William Laurence Young, M.P. b. 1833. 23rd Regt. Killed at Alma 1854.

Young, William Oliver, 1821, b. 1808.

Younge, Charles, 1824, b. 1813.