List of Carthusians, 1800–1879/A

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Abbott, Vernon Montague, 1824, b. 1816. Solicitor.

Abdy, Anthony John, 1868-71. Son of J. T. Abdy, late Regius Professor of Civil Law, Cambridge. Of Great Baddow, Chelmsford, b. 1856. Lieut. R.A.

Abdy, Neville James, 1868. Brother of the above, b. 1857. Scholar Trin. Hall, Cam. d. 1878.

Abraham, Lionel Augustus, 1876. Son of Rev. T. E. Abraham, Rector of Risby, Suffolk, b. 1865.

Abraham, Thomas Palmer, 1859-66. Brother of the above, b. 1847. Trin. Hall, Cam. Law Tripos. Called to the Bar; subsequently ordained. Curate of Pakenham.

Ackland, Thomas Gilbank, 1801-7, b. 1789. St. John's Coll. Cam. Vicar of St. Mildred's, Bread Street, d. 1844.

Acklom,* Harold George, 1865-70. Son of Rev. J. Acklom, b. 1854, d.

Acland, Alfred Dyke, 1873. Son of Dr. Acland, Regius Professor of Physic, Oxford.

Acland,* Herbert Dyke, 1866-72. Brother of the above, b. 1855. Ch. Ch. Oxf. d. 1877, in Ceylon.

Acocks, George John, 1867-68, b. 1854.

Acret, William Henry, 1828, b. 1813. Queens Coll. Cam. Holy Orders, d.

Adam, Francis Joseph, 1805-6, b. 1791.

Adams, Francis Bryant, 1878. Son of F. B. Adams, of The Elms, Croydon.

Adams, James Henry, 1817, b. 1805.

Addison, Thomas Batty, 1802-3. Son of John Addison, of Preston, b. 1788. Barrister. Recorder of Preston.

Addison, William Dering, 1871. Son of C. G. Addison, b. 1859. Merchant's Office, Hamburg.

Adye, Stephen Bawtree, 1816. Son of Major R. W. Adye, R.A., b. 1803. Caius Coll. Cam. 98th Regt. Drowned in fording a river at the Cape of Good Hope, 1832.

Agassiz, Arthur, 1810-13, b. 1797. Merchant, d.

Agassiz, Lewis Stanislaus, 1822, b. 1812.

Agassiz, Robert, 1811-13, b. 1800. Trin. Coll. Cam. Formerly Curate of St. Dunstan's-in-the-West.

Ainger, Stewart Delemain, 1875. Son of Rev. Dr. Ainger, Rector of Rothbury, b. 1861.

Ainger, Walter Henry, 1876. Brother of the above, b. 1864.

Ainslie, Charles Philip, 1820, b. 1808. Colonel of 1st Royal Dragoons. General, 1877.

Ainslie, Edward Francis, 1874-76. Son of E. Ainslie. E. I. Civil Service.

Ainslie, Gilbert, 1802-11. Son of Henry Ainslie, M.D. (Senior Wrangler), b. 1793. Master of Pemb. Coll. Cam. 9th Wrangler, d. 1870.

Ainslie, Gilbert Hamilton, 1873. Son of Montague Ainslie, of Grizedale, Lanc. b. 1859. Civil Engineer.

Ainslie, Montague (of Grizedale, Lanc.), 1802-7. Son of Henry Ainslie, M.D., b. 1792. E. I. Civil Service, Bengal, 1810-35; J.P. and D.L. for Lancashire.

Ainsworth, Thomas, 1809. Trin. Coll. Cam.

Alcock,* George, 1857-62. Son of Ed. Vigors Alcock, of Ballynoe, Co. Carlow, b. 1843. Gold Medal. Orator, &c. Scholar B.N.C., Oxf. 1st Class Mods. 3rd Class Lit. Hum. Sub-Warden of St. Columba's College, 1872.

Alderson (Sir) Edward Hall (Knt.), 1800-1. Son of Robt. Alderson, Recorder of Norwich, b. 1787. Caius Coll. Cam. Senior Wrangler, Smith's Prizeman, Chancellor's Medalist. Appointed Justice of the Court of Common Pleas 1830, and Baron of the Exchequer 1834. Knighted on his elevation to the Bench, d. 1857.

Alderson, James, 1817. Brother of the above, b. 1805, d. 1823.

Alderson, Robert Jervis Coke, 1816. Brother of the above, .1802. Ex. Coll. Oxf. Rector of S. Matthew's, Ipswich; and afterwards Rector of Wetherden, Suffolk, d. 1868.

Aldrich, John Cobbold, 1821, b. 1807. Linc. Coll. Oxf. Perpet. Curate of St. Lawrence, Ipswich, d. 1874.

Alexander, Henry, 1821. Son of Dr. Alexander, a distinguished oculist, b. 1810. Medical Student; died young.

Alexander, Richard Chandler, 1822. Son of R. H. Alexander, of Corsham, Wilts, b. 1809. Wad. Coll. Ox. M.D., F.R.C.P., an eminent Botanist, changed his name to Prior. J.P. for Somersetshire.

Alexander, Robert (C.B.), 1827. Son of late Robert Alexander, Madras Civil Service, and cousin of late Lord Cranworth, b. 1813. Indian Civil Service. Retired, 1859.

Alexander, William Daws, 1823, b. 1812.

Alison, Randal Frederick, 1876-79. Son of Sir Archibald Alison, Bart.

Allan, Charles George, 1863. Son of John Allan, of Calcutta, b. 1849. Merchant. (Chiselhurst).

Allan, Joseph William, 1811, b. 1800. Trin. Coll. Cam. Solicitor (Old Jewry).

Allan, Thomas Robinson, 1811-17,b. 1799. Gold Medal, Trin. Coll. Cam. Barrister.

Allen,* Alfred Bird, 1845-53, b. 1834. 24th Bengal Native Infantry, Assistant Commissary.

Allen,* Francis William Thomas, 1806-8, b. 1794.

Allen,* George John, 1821-27. Son of Dr. J. Allen, Bishop of Ely, b. 1810. Orator. Trin. Coll. Cam. Master of Dulwich College.

Allen,* James, 1816. Son Rev. D. B. Allen, Rector of Burton Pembrokeshire, b. 1802. Orator. Trin. Coll. Cam. Vicar of Castlemartin, Dean of St. David's, 1878.

Allen, John, 1827. Son of John Allen, of Bath, b. 1813. B.N.C., Oxf. Holy Orders.

Allen, John Henry Thomas, 1823. Son of John Henry Allen, b. 1809. B.N.C., Oxf. Holy Orders.

Allen, Robert, 1827, b. 1816. Corpus Coll. Cam. d. 1846.

Allen, William, 1817. Brother of James Allen, b. 1800. Jesus Coll. Oxf. Rector of Besherston and St. Bride's, d. 1872.

Allen, William Joseph, 1821. Son of the Bishop of Ely, b. 1812. India Civil Service.

Alliston, Charles, 1819, b. 1808. Solicitor in London.

Alliston, George, 1823, b. 1812. Solicitor, deceased.

Allsop, Charles Watkinson, 1825, b. 1813.

Almond, Harry John, 1863, b. 1850. Civil Engineer, Costa Rica.

Alsop, Henry Griffin, 1818, b. 1804.

Alston, Albert, 1834-37. Scholar of St. John's Coll. Cam. Solicitor; subsequently ordained. Curate of St.Botolph's, Aldgate, Chaplain to the Lord Mayor; deceased.

Alston, Herbert, 1854-58, b. 1838. St. John's Coll. Cam. Rector of Little Bradley.

Ames, John Carlowitz, 1873-78. Son of G. Ames. Went to the University of Edinburgh.

Ames, Oswald Henry, 1875. Son of Lionel Neville F. Ames, of the Hyde, Luton, Beds, b. 1862.

Amos,* Andrew, 1877. Son of Rev. Jas. Amos, formerly Vicar of St. Stephen's, Southwark, b. 1863.

Amos,* Sheldon, 1848-53. Son of Andrew Amos, Legal Member of the Supreme Council of India, b. 1835. Clare Coll. Cam. Senior Op. 2nd Class Classical Tripos. Barrister, Professor of Jurisprudence, Univ. Coll. London, &c., &c. Author of several legal works.

Ancrum, George Wayland, 1878. Son of William Rutherford Ancrum, b. 1864.

Ancrum, Sydney Rutherford, 1874. Brother of the above, b. 1860.

Anderson,* Fortescue Lennox McDonald, 1844-51. Son of Rev. James Anderson, Preacher of Lincoln's Inn, b. 1832. Worc. Coll. Oxf. Incumbent of St.Baldred's, North Berwick.

Anderson, Herbert Goulburn, 1856-60. Son of Rev. Robt. Anderson, of Brighton, b. 1842. Civil Engineer, d.

Anderson, John, 1827. Son of General Anderson, b. 1815. Merton Coll. Oxf. Formerly Rector of Norton le Moors.

Anderson, Musgrave Wroughton, 1848-52. Brother of F. L. M. Anderson (above), b. 1836. Governor of the Goldfields, Australia, d. 1870.

Anderson,* Noel Robert, 1848-57. Son of Rev. Robert Anderson, of Brighton, b. 1838. Ch. Ch. Oxf. Admiralty Office, d. 1868.

Anderson, William, 1820, b. 1807.

Andrew, Alfred, 1844-45, b. 1827. Merchant at Liverpool.

Andrews,* Charles, 1805-11 . Son of the Rev. Mr. Andrews, Rector of Great Henny, Essex, b. 1795. Indian Staff Corps, Major-General. Served in Punjab Campaign, &c. Medal and clasps, d.

Andrews, Charles, 1834-39. Surgeon at Salisbury. Afterwards to India.

Andrews, John Leslie, 1864. Son of Mr. Andrews, of Hatch Street, Dublin, b. 1850.

Andrews, John Oneby, 1822. Son of Mr. Andrews, of Watford (Surgeon), b. 1809. House Surgeon to the Lock Hospital.

Anson,* Arthur Henry, 1827-36. Son of Dr. Frederick Anson, Dean of Chester, b. 1817. Orator. Ball. Coll. Oxf. Fellow of All Souls', Oxf. Holy Orders, d. 1859.

Anson,* George Henry Greville, 1833-39. Cousin of the above and son of Sir William Anson, Bt., b. 1820. Ex. Coll. Oxf. Curate of the Parish Church, Leeds, 1843-46, Rector of Birch in Rusholme, Archdeacon of Manchester.

Anson,* Theodosius Vernon, 1819. Son of Sir George Anson, K.C.B., b. 1808. Died young.

Antrobus, Edward Gream, 1872-78. Son of Rev. George Antrobus, Vicar of Beighton, Derbysh. b. 1860. Crown Agents Office for the Colonies.

Applebee, Henry, 1809-12, b. 1794. Trin. Coll. Cam.

Applewhaite, Edward Archer, 1812-17. Son of Edward A. Applewhaite, of Barbados, b. 1800. Of Pickenham Hall, Norfolk.

Applewhaite, Philip Lythcott, 1808-14. Brother of the above, of Barbados, b. 1795. Queens Coll. Oxf. Died Barbados, 1835.

Appleyard, Robert Boultbee, 1811, b. 1798.

Apthorp, Kendal Pretyman, 1875. Son of Capt. Apthorp.

Archdale, George Fitzroy, 1878. Son of F. Archdale, Baldock, Herts.

Archdale, William Frederick, 1874. Brother of the above.

Archer, Charles Goodwyn, 1839-42. Son of Thomas Archer, of Ely, b. 1824. Scholar of Jesus Coll. Cam. Rector of Alderton.

Archer, Goodwyn, 1827. Brother of the above, b. 1813. Solicitor at Ely.

Archer, Goodwyn Alfred, 1856-60. Son of the above, b. 1841. Emm. Coll. Cam. Rector of Campsey Ash.

Archer, Harold, 1858-62. Brother of the above, b. 1845. Solicitor, Ely.

Armitstead,* Sidney Henry, 1849-56. Son of Rev. J. Armitstead, Vicar of Sandbach, b. 1837. Ch. Ch. Oxf. Vicar of St. John's, Sandbach Heath.

Armstrong, James, 1855-59. Son of Rev. Nicolas Armstrong, b. 1840. Talbot Scholar. Oriel Coll. Oxf.

Armstrong, John, 1807-9. Son of Dr. Armstrong, of Bishops Wearmouth, b. 1797.

Armstrong, John, 1827. Son of Dr. Armstrong, an eminent physician, b. 1813. Line. Coll. Oxf. 3rd Class. Vicar of Tiddenham, Bishop of Grahamstown, d. 1856.

Armstrong, Thomas, 1807-9, b. 1795.

Arnould (Sir) Joseph (Knt), 1826. Son of Joseph Arnould, of Whitecross, Berks, b. 1813. Fellow of Wadh. Coll. Oxf. 1st Class Lit. Hum. Newdegate prize, Judge of the Supreme Court of Bombay. Knighted, 1859.

Arthur,* R., 1815.

Arundel, John Brazier, 1821, b. 1807.

Arundell, Hon. Henry, 1823. Son of the 9th Baron Arundel, b. 1811, d. 1857.

Ashhurst, James Henry, 1834-36. Son of W. H. Ashhurst, of Waterstock, Oxon. Ex. Coll. Oxf. Vicar of Waterstock.

Ashhurst, John Henry, 1826. Son of W. H. Ashhurst, of Waterstock, Oxon, b. 1813. Now Squire of Waterstock.

Ashhurst, William Henry, 1823. Brother of the above, b. 1807. Capt. 2ist Foot, d. 1843.

Askew, John, 1 81 8, b. 1804. Em. Coll. Cam. Holy Orders.

Atherton, Edward Sextus, 1816-17, b. 1804.

Atherton, Thomas James, 1869-76. Son of Sir William Atherton, b. 1856.

Atherton, Walter Hyde, 1868-72. Brother of the above, b. 1855. Caius Coll. Cam. Lieut. 5th Dragoon Guards.

Athill, John, 1814-15, b. 1800.

Atkinson, George, 1818, b. 1809.

Atkinson, George Clayton, 1823. Son of Matthew Atkinson, Carr's Hill, Durham, b. 1808. J.P. of Northumberland, d. 1877.

Atkinson, George Dixon, 1854 (see G. D. A. Clark).

Atkinson, Henry George, 1827, b. 1812.

Atkinson, Isaac, 1823. Brother of Geo. Clayton Atkinson, b. 1809, died young.

Atkinson, Richard, 1826. Brother of the above, b. 1812, deceased.

Atkinson, Thomas, 1854-58. Son of Rev. Wm. Atkinson, Gateshead, b. 1 840. Univ. Coll. Oxf. Perpetual Curate of Yiewsley, West Drayton.

Atkinson, William Adair, 1854-59 (see W. A. A. Clark).

Aubertin, Daniel, 1827. Son of Rev. Peter Aubertin, Rector of Chipstead, b. 1814, d. 1831.

Aubertin, Paul, 1829. Brother of the above, b. 1817. Merchant, London.

Aubertin, Peter, 1827. Brother of the above, b. 1811. Wadh. Coll. Oxf. Rector of Chipstead.

Aubrey, Samuel Charles, 1827, b. 1812.

Austin, Henry, 1801-2.

Austin, William, 1810-11.

Awdry,* John Dea, 1815-18. Son of Rev. Jeremiah Awdry, Vicar of Felsted, b. 1801. Was a Major-Gen, in the Madras Service.

Ayles, John, 1815-16, b. 1803.

Ayton, William Alexander, 1830, b. 1816. Trin. Coll. Cam. Rector of Scampton, Lincolnshire.