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Thomas Leir.
William Lempriere.
1715—1886.

Leir, Thomas, s. Thomas, of Charlton Musgrove, Somerset, cler. Queen's Coll., matric 18 March, 1784, aged 18 ; B.A. 1787, of laggards House, Wilis, and of Weston, near Bath, J.pT, died 7 May, 1836.

Leir, Thomas Made, s. Thomas, of Lyme Regis, Dorset, arm. Exeter Coll., matric. 15 Dec., 1814, aged 19 ; of Jaggards House, Wilis, died a6 Nov., 1864.

Leir, William, s. Thomas, of Ditcheat, Somerset, der. wadham Coll., matric. az Oct., 1757, aged 17; B.A. 1761, brother of Thomas, 1756, and of Paul M., 1772.

Leir, William, s. Thomas, of Charlton Musgrove, Somerset, der. Queen's Coll., matric. 13 June, 1787. aged 18 ; RA. 1791, M.A. 1808, rector (and patron) of Ditcheat, Somerset, z8za, until his death 23 Dec., 1863.

Leir, William Marriott, is. William, of Ansford, Somer- set, cler. Wadham Coll., matric. 9 Dec, 1823, aged 18; RA. 1828, M.A. 1835, rector of West Bagborough 1855-61, rector (and patron) of Ditcheat since i86z. See Foster's Our Noble and GentU Families. [g]

Leith, John, s. William, of Tolqnhoun Tarves, Aber- deen, Scotland, gent Balliol Coll., matric. 26 June, 1729, aged 17 ; B. A 9 March, 1733-4. XiOiih, Lockhart, a, George, of Deal, Kent, arm. Christ Church, matric. 9 Nov., 1778, aged 19 ; B.A. 1782.

Leith, William Forbes, as. James John, of White- lough, co. Aberdeen, arm. Worcester Coll., matric. 9 Nov., 1854, aged 21; B.A. 1859, M.A. 1861, vicar of Wattisham, Suffolk, 1868.

Lely, John Mountney, as. John Lely Ostler, of Gran- tham, co. Lincoln, arm. Magdalen Coll., matric.

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M. A. 1864, assumed the surname of Lely in lieu of Ostler May, 1862, bar.-at-law, Inner Temple, 1869. See Foster's Men at the Bar & ColL Reg., viL 413. Lely, Tracy, s. Peter, of Lincoln (city), gent. Lin- coln Coll., matric. 2 Dec., 1748, aged x8 ; demy Magdalen Coll. 1750-6, B.A. 1753, M.A. 1755, fellow 1756-62. See Bloxam, vi. 289. [lOl Leman, Charles Orgill, 3s. Naunton Thomas, of Brampton, Suffolk, cler. University Coll. , matric. 27 Oct, 1819, aged 18 ; died 25 Jan., 1845. Leman, George Orgill, s. Naunton Thomas Orgill, of Beccles, Suffolk, cler. University Coll., matric 4 Nov., 1807, aged 18 ; scholar 1812-16, RA. 181 1, MA 1814, of Brampton Hall, Suffolk, incumbent of Stoven, 1823, his father assumed the additional surname of Leman in 1808, died 14 Dec, 1867. Leman, James, s. James, of Clutton, Somerset, gent. Magdalen Hall, matric 28 Oct., 1782, aged 16. Leman, Robert Orgill, a Naunton Orgill, of Brampton, Suffolk, cler. Trinity Coll., matric a Feb., 18x8, aged 18 ; RA. 1822, of Brampton Hall, Suffolk, died 24 Feb.. i860. Leman, Thomas Orgill, 5s. Naunton Thomas, of Brampton, Suffolk, cler. Wok c ester Coll., matric 10 May, 1822, aged 18 ; B.A. 1826, M.A. 1849, rector of Brampton, Suffolk, 1837, until his death 7 June, 1873. [l«] Lemarohand, Frederick Payne, is. Francis Wharton, of Ceylon, gent Queen's Coll., matric 1a Nov., Z880, aged 18 ; B. A. 1886. Lemon, Arthur Henry. 3s. William George, of Black- heath, Kent, arm. Exeter Coll., matric 18 Oct, 1883, aged 19 ; scholar 1883, B. A. 1887. Lemon, Charles, s. Samuel, of Germo, Cornwall, gent. Exeter Coll., matric 10 April, 1771, aged 18 ; B.A. 1775. Lemon, (Sir) Charles (Bart), s. William, of Carclew, par. Milor, Cornwall, baronet Christ Church, matric 21 Oct, 1803, aged 19; and baronet, boa. M.A. Cambridge 1833, deputy warden of the Stan- naries 1852, M.P. Penrhyn 1807-12, 1*30-1, Cornwall 1831-2. West Cornwall s^gsHgr, died 12 Feb.. 2868. Lemon, James Frederick, is. James, of Rigarden House, near Helstone, Cornwall, arm. Keble Coll.. matric. 18 Oct, 1875, aged 18 ; RA 1879, M.A. 1882, vicar of Maraaioo, Cornwall, since 1883. [20] Lemon, Thomas William, as. Thomas, of Taunton, Somerset, arm, Magdalen Hall, matric 14 June, 1865, aged 19 ; RA. 1869, M.A. 187a, vicar of Buckereu, Devon, 1878-84. Lemon, William, a. William, of Penzance, Cornwall, arm. Corpus Christi Coll., matric 17 Nov., 1741, aged 16; of Carclew, Cornwall, lather of the neat named. Lemon, (Sir) William (Bart), s. William, of Truro, Cornwall, arm. Christ Church, matric 11 Jan., z 7^5» aged 16; of Carclew, Cornwall, created a baronet 3 May, 1774, M.P. Penrhyn Jan., 1770-4, Cornwall, in 11 parliaments, 1774, until bis death 18 Dec, 1834. Lemon, William, s. William, of London, baronet Christ Church, matric 7 May, 1791, aged 17; died March, 1799. Lempriere, Algernon Thomas, 2s. George Ourry, of Southampton, Hants, arm. Trinity Coll. . matric 3 June, 1854, aged 18 ; RA. 1858, M.A. 1861, bar.- at-law, Inner Temple, 1863. See Foster's Men at the Bar ft Eton School Lists. [as] Lempriere. Charles, s. John, of Grouvffie, Isle of Jersey, cler. Pembroke Coll., matric 29 Oct, 1725, aged 17 ; RA. 6 Feb., 1799-30. Lempriere, Charles, s. Charles, Isle of Jersey, arm. Hertford Coll. m matric 26 Oct, 1759, *£"* 18; commissary-general Jersey and Guernsey, brother of William Charles. Lempriere. Charles, 3s. John, of St David's, Exeter, doctor. St. John's Coll., matric 26 June 1837, aged 18 ; scholar 1837, B.C.L, 1842, D.CL 1847, dean of laws 1875, bar.-at-law, Inner Temple, 1844, colonial secretary for the Bahamas. See Foster's Men at the Bar ft Robinson, 223. Lsmpriere, Daniel Matthew, 5s. John, of Sl Heller's, Isle of Jersey, gent Pembroke Coll., matric 27 Oct, 1842, aged 18; RA. 1847, M.A 1862, chaplain Jersey hospital and prison 1854-84, rector of St Clement's, Jersey, 1876. Lempriere, Everard Philip, as. Henry, of Woolwich, Kent, arm. St. Johns Coll., matric 23 April, 1870, aged 19 ; RA. 1874. 1 SO] Lempriere, George, s. James, of St Heller's, Isle of Jersey, gent Pembroke Coll., matric 4 April, 1720, aged 19 ; RA. 24 March, 1733-4, M.A. 1729. Lempriere, George, a James, of St Helier's, Isle of Jersey, arm. Hertford COLL., matric 10 Dec, 1760, aged 14. Lempriere, John, a Charles, of Isle of Jersey, gem. Pembroke Coll., matric 17 Jan., 1786, aged 20; RA. 1790, M.A. 1792, B.D. 1801, D.D. 1803, a master Bolton Free Grammar School 1790, head- master Abingdon Grammar School 1702. and of Exeter Free Grammar School, vicar of Abingdon 1800, rector of Meeth 1811, and of Newton Sl Petrock, Devon, 1823, until his death 1 Feb., 1884, author of ' Bibliotheca Classics,* etc Lempriere, Philip, s. Charles, of Isle of Jersey, arm. Christ Church, matric 27 Jan., 1803, aged 18. Lempriere, Reginald Raoul, is. William, of Ipswich, Suffolk, cler. Christ Church, matric 3 June, 1870, aged 18 ; commoner Magdalen Hall 1873, B.A. from Hertford Coll. 1875, M.A. 1878, bar.- at-law, Inner Temple, 1875, and advocate Royal Court of Jersey. See Foster's Men at the Bar. Lempriere, William, as. Philip Raoul, of Isle of Jersey, arm. Christ Church, matric 22 Oct, 1835, aged 17, B.A. 1839, M.A. 1843 I fellow Exeter Coll. 1843-4* chaplain of Road Manor* Jersey, since i86o> Sea Aue» 13s; StA wg i j Sehmi [839] Digitized by Google

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