List of Carthusians, 1800–1879/C

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Caddell, Walter, 1818. Son of Dr. Philip Caddell. b. 1806, deceased.

Caines, James Thomas, 1827, b. 1814. Merchant at St. Kitts.

Cam, Charles Coxall, 1825, b. 1810. Holy Orders.

Cameron, Charles Hay, 1865. Son of the late Mrs. Cameron, Freshwater, Isle of Wight, b. 1849. Coffee planter in Ceylon.

Cameron, Edward Alexander, 1857-59, b. 1843.

Cameron,* Hardinge Hay, 1859-65, b. 1846. Univ. Coll. Oxf. Assistant Govt. Agent Kaltura, Ceylon.

Cameron, Henry Herschel Hay, 1865. Brother of Charles Hay Cameron (above), b. 1852. Coffee planter in Ceylon.

Campbell,* Augustus Almeric, 1858-62, b. 1846.

Campbell, Charles Ramsay, 1872. Son of Rev. J. Campbell, Rector of Aston, near Rotherham. Died at Charterhouse, 1873.

Campbell, Donald, 1873. Son of Hon. and Rev. Archd. G. Campbell, Rector of Knipton, 2nd son of 1st Earl of Cawdor. b. 1860. B.N.C. Oxf.

Campbell, Duncan, 1818. Trin. Coll. Cam. Holy Orders.

Campbell, Hugh Walter George, 1876. Brother of Donald Campbell, b. 1863.

Campbell, John, 1817, . 1804.

Campbell,* John Gordon Drummond, 1877. Son of the late Col. Archibald N. Campbell, b. 1864.

Campbell,* Walter Douglas Somerset, 1851-56. Son of Walter Fredk. Campbell, of Islay. b. 1840. 79th Highlanders. Now on the Staff of the Lord Lieut. of Ireland.

Campbell, William, 1821, b. 1809.

Campbell, William Alexander, 1817, b. 1806.

Campbell, William James Charles, 1820, b. 1808.

Campion,* Charles Thomas, 1875. Son of Henry Campion, M.R.C.S. Manchester. b. 1861.

Cane, Arthur Beresford, 1878. Son of the late Capt. Arthur B. Cane, 10th Regt. b. 1864.

Cannan, John Hay, 1820, b. 1809.

Cannan, Thomas, 1820, b. 1807.

Cape, Gervas, 1809, b. 1797, d. 1814.

Capel, Hon. Arthur Algernon, 1878. Son of the 6th Earl of Essex, b. 1864.

Capel-Cure,*Edward Capel, 1874. Son of Rev. L. G. Capel-Cure. Abbess Roothing, Ongar. b. 1860.

Cardale, Alfred, 1860-62. Son of the late J. B. Cardale, of Albury. b. 1845. Farmer at Canterbury, New Zealand.

Cardale, George, 1854-58. Brother of the above, b. 1839. Mathematical Medal. Oriel Coll. Oxf. Called to the Bar 1864. Admitted a Solicitor 1877. 2, Bedford Row.

Carden, John Rutter, 1826, b. 1810.

Carew, William Henry Pole, 1824-27. Son of the Rt. Hon. Reginald Pole Carew and grandson of the 1st Lord Lyttleton. b. 1811. Oriel Coll. Oxf. M.P. for E. Cornwall 1845-52. High Sheriff of Cornwall 1854.

Carey. Hewett, 1822. Eldest son of Peter Carey, b. 1811. Oriel Coll. Oxf. Holy Orders; deceased.

Carey, John, 1816, b. 1804.

Carey, John, 1821, b. 1810. Trin. Coll. Cam.

Carmichael (Sir) James Robert (Bart.), 1829. Son of Major-Genl. Sir James Carmichael Smyth, Bart. b. 1817. Was formerly an officer in the Army, D.L. of Kent, Chairman of the Submarine Telegraph Company, &c. Re-assumed (1841) the name of Carmichael only, in lieu of that of Carmichael-Smyth.

Carne, Joseph, 1824. Of Penzance, Cornwall, b. 1809. Trin. Coll. Cam. Holy Orders; d. 1836.

Carpenter, George Edward, 1852-58. Son of R. C. Carpenter (below), b. 1842. Solicitor. 4, Trafalgar Square.

Carpenter, Harry Stanley, 1873-75. Son of Col. Carpenter. b. 1857. Keble Coll. Oxf.

Carpenter, Richard Cromwell, 1825, b. 1812. Architect. Late of 4, Carlton Chambers; d. 1855.

Carpenter, Richard Herbert, 1851-57. Son of the above. b. 1841. Architect. 4, Carlton Chambers.

Carpenter, Thomas, 1826, b. 1812.

Carr,* Arthur Fortescue, 1858-63. Son of Andrew Morton Carr. b. 1846. Bank of Bengal, Lucknow.

Carr,* Henry Morton, 1863-66. Brother of the above. b. 1851.

Carr, Reginald Childers Culling, 1878. Son of Francis Culling Carr-Gomm, Madras Civil Service, b. 1864.

Carr,* Walter Raleigh, 1857-62. Brother of Henry Morton Carr (above), b. 1843. Pemb. Coll. Oxf. Vicar of Foleshill, Coventry.

Carrington,* Henry 1826, b. 1814. Caius Coll. Cam. Dean and Rector of Bocking, Essex.

Carrington, William, 1819, b. 1808.

Carson, William, 1828, b. 1814.

Carter,* Arthur Shaen, 1851-58, b. 1840. Capt. 51st Regt.

Carter, Berkeley Luce, 1853-58. Son of W. Carter, Coroner for Surrey, b. 1842, d. 1862.

Carter, Crescens, 1810-15, b. 1802.

Carter,* Ernest Courtenay, 1869. Son of Rev. G. Carter, Rector of Compton Beauchamp. b. 1858.

Carter,* George Charles, 1865. Son of Rev. J. Carter, Vicar of Linton, Kent. b. 1853. Assistant Master, Charterhouse, Godalming. Holy Orders.

Carter, Horace, 1852. Brother of B. L. Carter (above). b. 1841, d. 1854.

Carter, Hugh Adolphus, 1874. Son of Rev. W. A. Carter, Rector of Worplesdon, Surrey, b. 1860. Articled to a Solicitor.

Carter, John George, 1867. Son of Rev. George Carter, Rector of Falkingham, Line. b. 1854. Trin. Coll. Cam. Holy Orders. Assistant Master at the King's School Ely.

Carter, Laurance, 1873. Brother of the above.

Carter, Samuel Robert, 1829-38. Son of Capt. Carter and nephew of Rev. W. H. Chapman, b. 1819. Gold Medal. Fellow of Emm. Coll. Cam. B.D. Rector of Biantham, Suffolk, d.

Carter, Thomas Stead, 1810-12, b. 1796. Trin. Hall, Cam. LL.B. 1817, d. 1856.

Carter, William, 1854-60. Brother of B. L. and Horace Carter (above), b. 1845, d. 1862.

Carter, William Henry, 1838-41, b. 1825. Solicitor.

Cartwright, Richard Aubrey, 1822. Son of William R. Cartwright, M.P. of Aynhoe. b. 1811. Rector of Aynhoe.

Cartwright, Robert, 1818. Brother of the above, b. 1804. Ch. Ch. Oxf. Barrister.

Cartwright, Stephen Ralph, 1818. Brother of Robert Cartwright. b. 1806. Ch. Ch. Oxf. Rector of Aynhoe, d. 1862.

Cary, Joseph, 1818, b. 1810. Solicitor in London.

Cary, Samson, 1818.

Case, Charles Hesketh, 1826. Son of Henry Case, of Shenstone, Staffordsh. b. 1812. B.N.C. Oxf. Went to India.

Case, Edward, 1802-7, b. 1790 Indian Army.

Case, John Dean, 1801-3. Merchant in Liverpool.

Cass, Claude William Culley, 1875. Son of Rev. F. C. Cass, Rector of Monken Hadley, Middlesex, b. 1862.

Castle, Richard Feild, 1872-78. Son of R. H. B. Castle, of Sevenoaks. b. 1860. Pemb. Coll. Cam.

Cates, John, 1813-14, b. 1799. (Of St. Omers).

Cathcart, Hon. Charles, 1874. Son of the 3rd Earl Cathcart. b. 1859. 2nd Lieut. 82nd Foot.

Cathcart, Hon. George, 1875. Brother of the above, b. 1862.

Cator, Peter, 1807-10, b. 1796. Trin. Coll. Cam.

Cattley, Henry Thomas, 1844-46. Son of John Henry Cattley, of York. b. 1827. St. John's Coll. Oxf. Holy Orders. Fulford, York.

Cautley, Edmund, 1878. Son of Henry Cautley, of Bramley, Yorks. b. 1864.

Cautley,* Henry Strother, 1876. Brother of the above. b. 1862.

Cautley (Sir) Proby Thomas (K C.B.), 1813-18. Son of Rev. T. Cautley, Rector of Roydon, Suffolk, b. 1802. Col. in the E.I. Co.'s Service, Bengal. Knighted 1854. Member of Council of India 1858, d. 1871.

Cavendish, Hon. William Edwin, 1875. Son of the 2nd Baron Chesham. b. 1862.

Cayley, Digby William, 1876. Son of Geo A. Cayley, and grandson of Sir Digby Cayley, Bt. b. 1862.

Cayley, Francis Melville, 1821. Son of John Cayley, of Petersburg, b. 1809. Of East Grinstead, Sussex.

Cayley, William, 1821. Brother of the above, b. 1807. Ch. Ch. Oxf. Emigrated to Canada.

Cazalet, William W., 1820, b. 1808. Trin. Coll. Cam. Holy Orders.

Cazenove, Henry, 1843-45. Eldest son of Philip Cazenove (below), b. 1829. Stock Exchange.

Cazenove, Philip, 1813-15, b. 1798. Merchant in London.

Ceely Arthur James, 1850-54. Son of James Henry Ceely, F.R.C.S. of Aylesbury. b. 1834. Caius Coll. Cam. Lieut. 42nd Highlanders. Served through the Indian Mutiny Campaign (Medal and Clasp) and died on his way home to England, 1866.

Chadwick, William, 1817-18, b. 1803. Solicitor in London.

Chalmers, Charles Marshall Sidney, 1.873. Clough House, Rotherham, Yorks.

Chambers, George Wilton, 1826. Son of Robt. Joseph Chambers, of Rotherham, formerly a Police Magistrate in London, b. 1812. Univ. Coll. Oxf. Barrister of Middle Temple.

Chambers, James Polhill, 1818. Brother of the above. b. 1809, d. in India 1830.

Champneys,* Basil, 1854-60. Son of the Very Rev. W. W. Champneys, Dean of Lichfield. b. 1842. Gold Medal. Scholar of Trin. Coll. Cam. 2nd Clast Classical Tripos. Architect.

Champneys, Montague Storr, 1854-59. Brother of the above. b. 1840. Gold Medal. Ex. Coll. Oxf. Bengal Civil Service ; d. 1868.

Champneys, Weldon, 1852-58. Brother of the above, b. 1839. Talbot Scholar. B.N.C. Oxf. Vicar of Haslingden, Lanc.

Chapman, Arthur Robert, 1848-53. Son of Henry Chapman, of Canterbury, late of the Indian Medical Service, b. 1836. Major Bengal Staff Corps.

Chapman, Benjamin Bovill, 1810-13, b. 1798. Ch. Coll. Cam. Vicar of Leatherhead.

Chapman, Charles William Robert, 1833-38. Son of Capt. Chas. Matthew Chapman, R.N. b. 1823, d.

Chapman, D'Arcy Richard, 1872. Lieut. 29th Regt.

Chapman, Edward, 1819, b. 1804. Solicitor in London.

Chapman, Edward Henry, 1817, b. 1803. Merchant at Mauritius.

Chapman, Henry, 1812-13. Son of Rev. William Chapman, Vicar of St. John's, Margate, b. 1800. Surgeon.

Chapman, Henry William, 1844-50. Brother of Arthur Robert Chapman (above), b. 1834. Capt. 28th Bengal N. I. Retired.

Chapman, John, 1809-11, b. 1797. Merchant. Now living at Folkestone.

Chapman, John, 1819, b. 1805.

Chapman, Thomas, 1824, b. 1812. Ex. Coll. Oxf.

Chapman, Vaughan Godfrey St. John, 1871. Son of the late George Chapman, Solicitor, b. 1858.

Chapman, William Henry, 1829. Son of Rev. Samuel Chapman, b. 1819.

Chapman, William Herbert, 1812. Son of Rev. Willliam Herbert Chapman, Vicar of Balsham, for 27 years a Master in the School, b. 1807. Emm. Coll. Cam. Vicar of Bassingbourne, Cam. d. 1861.

Chapman, William Herbert, 1850-51. Son of the above. b. 1834. Emm. Coll. Cam. Rector of Eydon, Northants.

Chapman, William Robert, 1819, b. 1806.

Chataway, Henry Howard, 1873. Son of Rev. J. C. Chataway, Rector of Rotherwick.

Chataway, Thomas Drinkwater, 1878. Brother of the above. b. 1864.

Chater, John Andrew, 1870-71, b. 1855.

Chatfield, Allen William, 1820. Son of the Rev. Robert Chatfield. LL.D. b. 1808. Trin. Coll. Cam. Bell's Univ. Scholar. Member's Prizeman, &c. Vicar of Much Marcle, co. Hereford.

Chatfield, Frederick, 1874. Of Kingston, Surrey.

Chatfield, Robert Money, 1821. Brother of A. W. Chatfield (above), b. 1804. Scholar of Trin. Coll. Cam. Junior Opt. and 5th in 1st Class Classical Tripos. Vicar of Woodford, Salisbury.

Chatfield, Thomas Kyrle Ernle, 1821. Brother of the above, b. 1806. Trin. Coll. Cam. Barrister, d. 1836.

Chatterton, Abraham, 1875. Son of A. T. Chatterton, of Dublin.

Chepmell, Charles William James, 1874. Son of Dr. Chepmell.

Chermside,* Walter Frederic, 1861-65. Son of Rev. R. S. C. Chermside, Vicar of Wilton, Wilts, b. 1848. Ex. Coll. Oxf.

Cherry, Walter Alexander, 1872.

Chester,* Charles, 1814. Son of the late Sir Robert Chester. b. 1803. E. I. Co. Army, Bengal.

Chester, Charles Montagu, 1827. Of Chicheley Hall, Bucks, b. 1815. Capt. 90th Regt. Major Royal Sussex Artillery.

Chester, Harry. 1815. Brother of Charles Chester (above). b. 1806. Clerk in the Privy Council Office, d. 1868.

Chester,* William, 1829. Son of George Chester, E.I.C.S. b. 1815. Univ. Coll. Oxf.; died in India 1837.

Chester, William Henry Clinton, 1818, b. 1809. Em. Coll. Cam. Rector of Elstead, Sussex, d. 1841.

Chetwode,* Charles, 1804-8. Son of Sir John Chetwode, Bart. b. 1794. Deceased.

Chetwode,* George, 1802-10. Brother of the above, b. 1791. B.N.C. Oxf. Rector of Ashton-under-Lyne, d. 1870.

Chevallier, Barrington, 1832-37. Eldest surviving son of late Rev. John Chevallier, of Aspall, Suffolk. b. 1818. Scholar of B.N.C. Oxf. M.D. Several years Mayor of Ipswich.

Chevallier, John, 1832-34, b. 1817. Caius Coll. Cam. Holy Orders, d. 1854.

Chevallier, Charles Henry, 1839-42. Third son of late Rev. John Chevallier. b. 1823. Trin. Coll. Oxf. Holy Orders. Vicar of Aspall, Suffolk.

Chilcote, Henry, 1818, b. 1806.

Chilcote, Paul, 1818, b. 1808.

Child, Arthur, 1837-39, b. 1824. Merchant.

Child, Charles Henry, 1837-39, b. 1823. Solicitor.

Child, George Augustus, 1837-40, b. 1826.

Child, Sydney C., 1837-40, b. 1828.

Childers, Charles, 1818. Son of Col. John W Childers, M.P. of Cautley, Doncaster. b. 1806. Ch. Ch. Oxf. 2nd Class Lit. Hum. Vicar of Cautley. Chaplain at Nice. Canon of Gibraltar 1866.

Childers, Leonard, 1818. Brother of the above, b. 1804. Diplomatic Service; died at Panama 1826.

Chilton, George, 1809. Son of George Chilton, a Master of the Exchequer, b. 1796. Queens Coll. Oxf. 2nd Class Lit. Hum. Barrister. Q.C. Recorder of Gloucester, &c., d. 1852.

Cholmeley,* Norman Goodford, 1876. Son of the late Col. Montague Cholmeley. b. 1863.

Cholmeley, Randolph Lucas, 1875. Son of Stephen Cholmeley, of Kingston Hill, Surrey, b. 1861.

Church, Adolphus Edgar, 1844-48. Son of J. H. Church, Solicitor, Colchester, b. 1830. Solicitor. Coroner for Colchester.

Church, Henry John, 1844-45. Brother of the above. b. 1829. St. Bees Coll. Barrister 1874. Deputy Coroner for Colchester, &c.

Churton,* Edward, 1810-18. Son of the Ven. Ralph Churton, Archdeacon of St. David's, b. 1800. Gold Medal. Ch. Ch. Oxf. 2nd Class Lit. Hum. Rector of Crayke. Archdeacon of Cleveland. Author of History of the Early English Church, &c., &c., d. 1874.

Churton, Henry Burgess Whitaker, 1822-28. Brother of the above, b. 1810. Scholar of Ball. Coll. Oxf. 1st Class Lit. Hum. Fellow of B.N.C. Bampton Lecturer, &c. Preacher of Charterhouse. Rector of Icklesham, Sussex. Prebendary of Chichester.

Churton, John, 1814. Brother of the above, b. 1803 ; died at Charterhouse 1814.

Churton,* Joshua Watson, 1851-57. Son of Edward Churton (above), b. 1839. Scholar of Univ. Coll. Oxf. d. 1860.

Clapcott, William George Coleridge, 1875. Son of Major Clapcott.

Clare,* George Thomas, 1820. Son of Rev. Thos. George Clare, b. 1808. Fellow of St. John's Coll. Oxf. Rector of Bainton.

Clark, George Dixon Atkinson (see Atkinson), 1854. Son of William Atkinson Clark, of Belford Hall, Northumberland, b. 1836. Univ. Coll. Oxford. J.P. for Northumberland.

Clark, George Elliott, 1824, b. 1811. Trin. Coll. Cam. Barrister.

Clark,* George Thomas, 1819-25. Son of Rev. Geo. Clark, A.M., of Trin. Coll. Cam. b. 1809. Col. in Chief of the 2nd Batt. Glamorgan R.V. Magistrate and D.L. of Glamorganshire. Sheriff of the County 1868.

Clark, Henry, 1815-17, b. 1803.

Clark, Henry McGregor, 1827, .1813. Solicitor in London, d. 1850.

Clark,* I. Hew Warrender, 1866. Son of Genl. Clark, b. 1853.

Clark, William Adair Atkinson (see Atkinson), 1854-59. Brother of G. D. Atkinson Clark (above), b. 1842.

Clark, William Falconer Clark, 1874. Son of W.F.Clark, Medical Practitioner, of Rose Hill, Dorking, b. 1860.

Clarke, Arthur Francis, 1846-48. Son of Rev. Thos. Clarke, of Mitcheldever, Hants, b. 1836. Ship-broker.

Clarke,* Arthur Frederic, 1861-67. Son of Seymour Clarke, of Northcotts, Essex, b. 1848. Trin. Coll. Oxf. Holy Orders. Diocesan Inspector of Schools, Diocese of Worcester.

Clarke, Charles, 1819, b. 1805. Trin. Coll. Cam. Vicar of Takeley, Essex, d.

Clarke (Sir) Charles (Bart.), 1821. Son of Sir Charles Mansfield Clarke, Bart., M.D., &c. b. 1812. Trin. Coll. Cam. Formerly Rector of Hanwell. Worlingham Hall, Suffolk.

Clarke, Charles Granville, 1843-52. Brother of Arthur F. Clarke (above), b. 1833. Scholar of Worc. Coll. Oxf. Vicar of Langley Fitzurse, Wilts.

Clarke, Charles Robert Meyricke, 1815, b. 1804.

Clarke, Denison Leslie, 1867. Brother of Arthur Frederic Clarke (above), b. 1854. Magd. Coll. Oxf.

Clarke, Edmund Ludlow, 1816, b. 1805. Holy Orders. Resided at Cheltenham.

Clarke, Edward John Bellingham, 1824, b. 1814. Royal Navy.

Clarke, Edward Nalder, 1871, b. 1856.

Clarke, Frederic Christian, 1818, b. 1807.

Clarke, Henry Stephenson, 1849-55, b. 1839.

Clarke, James Smith, 1817, b. 1802.

Clarke, John, 1869, b. 1855.

Clarke,* Melville, 1848-52, b. 1834. Indian Army.

Clarke, William Edmund Grev, 1876. Son of Rev. T. G. Clarke, Vicar of Odiham, Hants, b. 1864.

Clarke, William Henry, 1817, b. 1803. Cath. Hall, Cam.

Clarkson, Townley Lebeg, 1820, b. 1809. Ch. Coll. Cam. Rector of South Elham, d. 1877.

Clay, Aiskew, 1852-56, b. 1840. Indian Army.

Clay (Sir) George (Bart.), 1844-48. Son of Sir William Clay, 1st Bart., M.P. b. 1832. Served in the Crimea with the 19th Regt. Retired Lieut.-Col. 1875. Succeeded to the Baronetcy 1876, d. 1878.

Clay, John Gough, 1821. Son of Thomas Clay. b. 1809. Jesus Coll. Oxf. Chaplain at Siena.

Clayton, Henry Reginald, 1866. Son of John Clayton. b. 1855.

Clayton, John Essex, 1866-70. Brother of the above, b. 1852.

Clayton, John Whitehead, 1860-64, b. 1848.

Cleaver, William Wilfrid Mackworth, 1877. Son of Rev. W. H. Cleaver, Willesden. b. 1865.

Cleeve, Egerton Stewart, 1875. Son of Colonel Cleeve.

Cleeve, Frederic John Stewart, 1874. Brother of the above. R.M. Academy, Woolwich.

Clemens, James, 1803-8.

Clements, Charles Topham, 1876. Nephew of H. T. Clements (below).

Clements, Henry Topham, 1845-47. Son of Rev. J. C. Clements, b. 1830. 14th King's Light Dragoons. Served in Persia, and Indian Mutiny. Medals and Clasps. Retired Captain 1861.

Clements, Hon. Francis Nathaniel, 1826. Son of the 2nd Earl of Leitrim. b. 1815. Oriel Coll. Oxf. Vicar of Norton, and Hon. Canon of Durham, d. 1870.

Clerke,* Charles Carr, 1809-15. Son of the Rev. Sir William Henry Clerke, Bart. b. 1798. Student of Ch. Ch. Oxf. Rector of Milton, Berks. Archdeacon of Oxford. Canon of Ch. Ch. Author of several theological works, d. 1875.

Clerke,* Francis, 1808. Brother of the above, b. 1797. B.N.C. and Fellow of All Souls, Oxf. Rector of Eydon.

Clerke,* William Henry (Bart.), 1803-5. Brother of the above, b. 1793. Lieut.-Col. 52nd Regt. Waterloo, d. 1861.

Cleveland, Henry Francis, 1875.

Clifford,* Charles Cavendish, 1831-38. Son of Admiral Sir Aug. Clifford, Bart. b. 1821. Ch. Ch. and Fellow of All Souls, Oxf. Private Sec. to Lord Palmerston. M.P. for the Isle of Wight 1858 and 60; for Newport 1870 and 75.

Clifford, Henry Frederick, 1835. Son of Mr. Clifford, of Great Portland Street.

Clifton, Anthony Crole, 1826, b. 1812. Surgeon.

Clifton, Charles, 1878. Son of G. F. Clifton, of Constantinople.

Clifton, Charles Frederick, 1874. Son of E. N. Clifton (below).

Clifton, Edward Norton, 1828, b. 1817. Architect.

Clifton, Percival Robert, 1849-53. Son of Rev. Robert Cox Clifton, Canon of Manchester, b. 1834. Scholar of Linc. Coll. Oxf. Assistant Master in Sherborne School, d. 1873.

Clifton, Raymond George, 1854. Brother of the above. b. 1843, d. 1859

Clinch, Edward, 1850-53, b. 1837.

Clive, Theophilus, 1821. Son of Theophilus Clive, of Whitfeld, Hereford, b. 1808. Ch. Ch. Oxf.

Clogstown, Samuel, 1801-5.

Clowes, Edmund, 1842-45, b. 1828; died at Rio de Janeiro 1852.

Clutterbuck, John Lyon, 1837-41. Son of John Clutterbuck, of Warkworth, Northumberland, b. 1824. 37th Regt., died in India.

Coates, John, 1813-15, b. 1804.

Coates, Samuel, 1822. Son of John Coates, of Ripon. b. 1807. Jes. Coll. Cam. Perpetual Curate of Thirsk, Yorks. Hon. Canon of York, d. 1878.

Coates, Thomas, 1813-15. b. 1802.

Cobb, Edward Winstanley, 1874-77. Son of Mr. Cobb a Merchant in Portugal.

Cobbe, Charles, 1827. Eldest son of Chas. Cobbe, of Newbridge House, Co. Dublin, b. 1810. Ex. Coll. Oxf. Barrister. D.L. and High Sheriff for Co. Dublin, 1841.

Cobbe, Henry, 1829. Brother of the above, b. 1817. Oriel Coll. Oxf. Rector of Milton Bryant.

Cobbe, Thomas, 1828. Brother of the above, b. 1813. B.N.C. Oxf. Barrister. Easton Lys, Petersfield.

Cobbold, Edward Augustus, 1838-44. Second son of Rev. R. Cobbold, Rector of Wortham, Author of Margaret Catchpole, &c. b. 1825. Trin. Coll. Cam. Formerly Vicar of Yaxley, Suffolk.

Cobbold, Henry Chevallier, 1847-50. Son of T. C. Cobbold, M.P., of Holy Well, Ipswich, b. 1832. Solicitor at Ipswich, deceased.[1]

Cobbold, Thomas Clement (C.B.), 1848-51. Brother of Henry C. Cobbold (above), b. 1833, Diplomatic Service. M.P. for Ipswich.

Cobbold, Thomas Spencer (F.R.S.), 1843-44. Brother of E. A. Cobbold (above), b. 1828. M.D. Edinburgh, &c., &c. Author of numerous works on Entozoa, &c.

Cobbold,* William Nevill, 1877. Son of Rev. E. A. Cobbold, of Dry Hill Park, Tunbridge (above), b. 1863.

Cock,      1803.

Cockburn, Robert, 1873. Son of Sir Edward Cludde Cockburn, Bart., of Pennoxstone Ross, Herefordshire, b. 1861.

Cocker, George Henry, 1818, b. 1810.

Cockey, Edward, 1825. Son of Edward Cockey, of Frome, Somerset, b. 1809. Fellow of Wadham Coll. Oxf. 2nd Class Lit. Hum. ; 1st Class Math. Rector of Fryerning, Ingatestone.

Cockle (Sir) James (Knt.) 1829. Son of the late James Cockle, of Gt. Oakley, Essex, b. 1819. Trin. Coll. Cam. Barrister. Chief Justice of Queensland. Knighted 1869.

Cocks, Charles Richard Somers, 1826 (see Somers-Cocks).

Cockshott, Harold, 1875. Born in Australia.

Cockshott, John, 1825. Son of John Cockshott, of Warrington. b. 1809. Of Mark's Gate, Dagenham, Essex.

Cockshott, William Evans, 1875-77. Son of Rev. J. W. Cockshott, Vicar of Burwell, Cambs. b. 1862.

Codd, Henry, 1827, b. 1813.

Coddington, Henry Hallet, 1852-55. Son of Rev. Henry Coddington, Vicar of Ware. b. 1839. Trin. Coll. Cam. Goldsmith's Co Exhibitioner. Vicar of High Cross, Herts.

Coddington, John George Thornton, 1855. Brother of the above, b. 1841. Civil Engineer. Public Works Dept., India.

Codrington, Robert Henry, 1845-48. Son of Rev. Thos. Stretton Codrington, of Wroughton, Wilts, b. 1830. Scholar and Fellow of Wadham Coll. Oxf. Holy Orders. Head of the Melanesian Mission, 1871-77.

Coffin, Edmund, 1841. Son of Robert Coffin, of Broadwater, Sussex, b. 1824. Ch. Ch. and Demy of Magd. Coll. Oxf. Holy Orders (resigned).

Cokayne, Brien Ibrican, 1878. Son of George Edward Cokayne, Lancaster Herald, b. 1864.

Coldwell,* William Edward, 1835-39. Son of Rev. W. E. Coldwell, Rector of Stafford and Preby. of Lichfield. b. 1825. Ch. Ch. Oxf. 3rd Class Lit. Hum. Vicar of Sandon, Staffs. Chaplain to the Duke of Marlborough.

Coldwell,* William St. George, 1869. Son of the above. b. 1857. Messrs. Lloyd's Bank, Stafford.

Cole, Allen Summerly, 1857. Son of Sir Henry Cole, C.B. b. 1846.

Cole, Arthur Willoughby George Lowry, 1875. Son of Col. A. Lowry Cole, of Wimbledon.

Cole, George, 1872, b. 1857. Left 1874.

Cole, George Beauchamp, 1821. Son of Stephen Thomas Cole, of Twickenham, b. 1807. D.L. for Middlesex.

Cole, James George, 1820, b. 1807.

Cole, John Griffith, 1817. Son of Rev. Dr. Cole, Chaplain of Greenwich Hospital, b. 1805. Gold Medal. Fellow of Ex. Coll. Oxf. 3rd Class Lit. Hum. Holy Orders; deceased.

Cole, Owen Blaney, 1821. Son of the late Major H. Cole, of Twickenham, b. 1808. Ch. Ch. Oxf. Was High Sheriff of Co. Monaghan 1843.

Cole-Hamilton,* Arthur Henry, 1857-65. Son of Major A. W. Cole-Hamilton, of Beltrim. b. 1846. Pemb. Coll. Oxf. Rector of Scaldwell, Northampton.

Colebrooke, Edward Lotherington, 1873. Son of Dr. H. Colebrooke, of Southboro', Tunbridge Wells.

Colebrook, John Henry, 1819, b. 1810.

Coleridge, Derwent Moultrie, 1843-46, b. 1828. Emigrated to Australia.

Coles,      , 1801-2.

Coles,* Charles Edward Norman, 1872. Son of Rev. E. Norman Coles, Rector of Pottesgrove. b. 1861. In a Merchant's House.

Coles,* Edward Charles, 1830, b. 1818.

Coles,* George Godwin, 1842-50. Son of Rev. G. Coles, Vicar of St. James', Croydon. b. 1831. Emigrated to Australia, d. 1854.

Coles,* Rogers Lyons Cowper, 1871. Son of the late Capt. Cowper Coles, R.N., who was drowned in H.M.S. Captain, b. 1860. R.M. Coll. Sandhurst.

Coles, Thomas, 1818. Of Norwood, b. 1806. Capt. in the Army; died on his way home from India.

Coles, William, 1806-7, b. 1793.

Collie, John Norman, 1873.

Collier,* Clarence Augustus, 1842-46. Son of Adml. Henry T. B. Collier, b. 1830. Lieut.-Col. Bombay Staff Corps; retired.

Collins, Thomas, 1841-44. Second son of Rev. T. Collins, of Knaresborough. b. 1826. Wadh. Coll. Oxf. Barrister. Late M.P. for Knaresborough.

Collins, William, 1801-2. Youngest son of James Collins, of Kirkman Bank, Yorks. b. 1787. Formerly Captain of Wakefield Militia.

Collins, William, 1845-48. Son of William Collins, of Knaresboro'. b. 1830. Ex. Coll. Oxf. Vicar of Freiston, Linc.; deceased.

Collinson, Alfred Cockburn, 1862, b. 1849.

Collyer, John, 1814-18. Son of the late Ven. John Bedingfeld Collyer, of Hackford Hall, Norfolk, Archdeacon of Norwich, b. 1801. Fellow of Clare Coll. Cam. Senior Opt. Barrister. County Court Judge, d.

Collyer, John Monsey, 1853. Son of the above, b. 1840. Went to Rugy School. Univ. Coll. Oxf. 2nd Class Lit. Hum. Barrister. Hackford Hall, Norfolk.

Collyer, Robert, 1821. Brother of John Collyer (above). b. 1804. Trin. Coll. Cam. Junior Opt. Rector of Warham, Norfolk, and Hon. Canon of Norwich, d.

Collyer, Thomas, 1809-11, b. 1799. St. John's Coll. Cam. Rector of Gislingham, Suffolk.

Colquhoun, James, 1815-16, b. 1803.

Colt, Frederick Everard, 1875. Son of F. H. Colt, of Hampstead.

Coltman, William Joseph. 1805-11. Son of Wm. Joseph Coltman--B.N.C. Oxf.

Colvin,* Elliot Graham, 1875-78. Son of B. W. Colvin, E.I.C.S., Member of the Legislative Council, b. 1861.

Combe, Charles William, 1821, b. 1808.

Combe, Lionel, 1873. Son of Major-Gen. James John Combe, of Cippenham House, Slough, b. 1862.

Commelin, John Dethic, 1807-11, b. 1795.

Compton, Charles Francis, 1822. Son of Sir Herbert Compton, Chief Justice of Bombay, b. 1810. Indian Army. Capt. retired, 1847.

Condell, Charles, 1819, b. 1806. Solicitor.

Condell, William, 1819, b. 1808.

Coney, Henry Tudway, 1873-78. Son of Rev. Thomas Coney, Senior Chaplain to the Forces, S.W. District, b. 1860. Entered at Keble Coll. Oxf.

Coney, William John, 1816-18. Son of Rev. W. J. Coney, of Cookham, Berks, b. 1807. Clare Hall, Cam. Rector of Wrington, Somersetshire, d.

Congreve, William, 1875. Left 1877.

Connell,* Alexr. Richard Campbell, 1864. Son of Rev. J. Connell, of Monks Eleigh. b. 1851. Trin. Coll. Oxf. B.A. 1876.

Connop, Richard, 1876. Son of Newell Connop, of Kingsnympton Park, Devon, b. 1863.

Conolly, William Philip, 1844-46, b. 1829. 46th Bengal N I. deceased.

Conroy,* (Sir) Edward (Bart.), 1820. Son of Sir John Conroy, Bart. b. 1809. Ch. Ch. Oxf. Assistant Registrar-General, d. 1869.

Constable, Charles Quayle, 1823, b. 1807. Trin. Coll. Cam. A.B. 1830; deceased.

Constable, John Jolly, 1814-17, b. 1801.

Coode, Edward, 1806-9. Eldest son of Edward Coode, of St. Anstell, Cornwall, b. 1792. Solicitor. Clerk of the Peace and County Treasurer of Cornwall, d. 1865.

Coode, Henry, 1806-11. Brother of the above, b. 1795. Solicitor in London, d. 1844.

Cook, Alfred, 1847-49, b. 1836. Went to Westminster School.

Cook, Herbert George Graham, 1876. Son of T. W. Cook, of Braemar House, Cromwell Road, London.

Cooke, Charles Brand, 1807-16. Son of Rev. Charles Cooke, Rector of Semer, Suffolk. b. 1799. St. John's Coll. Cam. d. 1820.

Cooke, Edward, 1823. Son of Thos. Cooke, of Peterboro'. b. 1808. Queens Coll. Oxf. Barrister.

Cooke, George, 1816. Brother of Charles B. Cooke (above). b. 1807. Clare Hall, Cam.

Cooke, George Frederick, 1838. Solicitor and Parliamentary Agent.

Cooke, James Young, 1812. Brother of Charles B. Cooke (above), b. 1804. Clare Hall, Cam. Rector of Semer, Suffolk, d. 1875.

Cooke, John Parry, 1820, b. 1806.

Cooke, Robert Matthew, 1824, b. 1810.

Cooke, William Davis Octavius, 1827, b. 1812. Royal Navy.

Cookson, Arthur James, 1826. Son of Isaac Cookson, of Meldon Park, Northumberland, b. 1813. Royal Navy, and afterwards in the Merchant Service, d. 1847.

Cookson, George John, 1855. Son of W. I. Cookson (below). J.P. In business in Newcastle-upon-Tyne.

Cookson, Isaac Thomas, 1821. Son of Thomas Cookson, of Hermitage, Co. Durham, b. 1809. Canterbury, New Zealand, d. 1872.

Cookson, William Brian, 1854-58. Son of W. I. Cookson (below), b. 1840. Univ. Coll. Oxf. Drowned at Oxford 1859.

Cookson, William Isaac, 1825. Brother of Arthur J. Cookson (above), b. 1812. J.P. for Northumb. and Notts. Worksop Manor, Retford.

Coombs, Thomas, 1866-69, b. 1852. Solicitor at Dorchester.

Coope, John Frederick, 1873-75. Went to King's Coll. London.

Cooper (Sir) Astley Paston (Bart.), 1810-13. Son of Rev. Saml. L. Cooper and nephew of the eminent surgeon. b. 1798. Trin. Coll. Cam. Succeeded to the Baronetcy 1841; d. 1866.

Cooper, Astley Paston, 1842-42. Son of Bransby Cooper. b. 1827. Caius Coll. Cam. Admiralty Office. Paymaster of H.M. Dockyard, Devonport.

Cooper, Godfrey Charles, 1876. Son of Charles John Cooper, of Bridgenorth. b. 1863.

Cooper, Henry Charles, 1810-12, b. 1795. Medical Practitioner, d. 1819.

Cooper, Lovick Henry, 1843-49. Son of Bransby Cooper. b. 1832. Lieut, 1st European Regt., Bengal, died at Meerut 1851.

Cooper, Robert, 1876. Son of Rev. R. J. Cooper, Rector of Fylingdales, Yorks.

Cooper, Samuel Lovick Astley, 1842-46. 3rd son of Sir Astley Cooper, Bart. b. 1827. B.N.C. Oxf. Rector of Croxton and Vicar of Eltisley.

Cooper, Sydney, 1874. Son of H. Cooper, of Forest Lodge, Shooter's Hill. b. 1862.

Cooper, William Rickford Astley, 1841-44. Son of Sir Astley Cooper, Bart. b. 1826. Univ. Coll. Oxf. Vicar of Froyle, Hants, d. 1876.

Cooper, William Way, 1860, b. 1847. St. John's Coll. Cam. Junior Op. Solicitor in London.

Corbett, Frank, 1845-47, b. 1833. Army. Formerly 33rd Regt.

Corbett,* James Wortley, 1826-34. Son of Archdeacon Stuart Corbett, of Wortley, Sheffield, b. 1814. Orator. Mert. Coll. Oxf. Rector of Wigginton, Yorks.

Cornewall,* Herbert Somerset Hamilton, 1839-43, b. 1826. Formerly Rifle Brigade.

Cornish, Charles John, 1872. Son of Rev. C. Cornish, Vicar of Debenham.

Corrance, Henry Clemence, 1873. Son of Rev. C. T. Corrance, Vicar of Parham, Suffolk. Ch. Ch. Oxf.

Corrie, Alfred Wynne, 1872. Son of J. Corrie. Articled to a Solicitor.

Corrie, John William, 1874. Son of William Corrie, 26, Cleveland Square.

Corrie, William Byron, 1824, b. 1811.

Cory, Charles William, 1872. Son of Alexander Turner Cory, Assistant Sec. Education Department, b. 1857. Emigrated to Durban, Natal.

Coster, George, 1810-12, b. 1793. St. John's Coll. Cam. Archdeacon of New Brunswick.

Cotton, Henry James, 1825. Son of the Very Rev. J. H. Cotton, Dean of Bangor. b. 1811. Worc. Coll. Oxf. Rector of Dalbury.

Cotton, Joseph John, 1827, b. 1813. Indian Civil Service.

Cotton,* Richard Lynch, 1805-12. Son of Henry C. Cotton, Whitchurch, Oxon. b. 1794. 2nd Class Lit. Hum. Scholar, Fellow and Provost (1839) of Worc. Coll. Oxf.

Cotton, Thomas Dicey, 1808-12, b. 1797.

Cotton, William Charles, 1825. Son of the late William Cotton, and brother of Sir Henry Cotton, b. 1813. Went to Eton, Newcastle Scholar. Student of Ch. Ch. Oxf. Vicar of Frodsham.

Coulson, Thomas, 1819, b. 1808. In business at Liverpool.

Courtenay,* Edward Reginald, 1864. Son of Capt. G. H. Courtenay. b. 1853. Lieut. 20th Hussars.

Coventry, Hon. Henry Amelius, 1825. Son of the 8th Earl of Coventry, b. 1815, d. 1873.

Cowie,* Alexander Hugh W. 1874-78. Son of H. C. Cowie, Figtree Court Temple, b. 1860. R.M. Academy, Woolwich.

Cowie, Arthur Thomas Carnsew, 1862. Son of the Very Rev. Benjn. Morgan Cowie, Dean of Manchester, b. 1849. Oriel Coll. Oxf. Assistant Master in St. Edward's School, and Curate of SS. Philip and James, Oxford.

Cowie,* Donald William Garden, 1877. Brother of Alexander H. W. Cowie (above), b. 1863.

Cowper, Harry Villiers, 1875. Son of H. A. Cowper, 46, Cambridge Terrace.

Cowper-Smith, Arthur Monro, 1877. Son of Rev. T. F. Smith, DD. late Rector of Horsington, Linc. b. 1863.

Cowper-Smith, Frederick Evan, 1874. Brother of the above. b. 1861. Lieut. Royal Artillery.

Cox, Herbert Vaughan, 1872-77. Son of Rev. F. Cox, Rector of Upper Chelsea.

Coxe, William Henry, 1852-58. Son of Rev. H. O. Coxe, Libr. of the Bodleian Library, b. 1840. Ball. Coll. Oxf. Boden Scholar. British Museum. Professor of Sanskrit King's Coll. London, d. 1869.

Coxhead, Algernon Barnaby, 1864. Son of John Coxhead, 47, Russell Square, b. 1853. In business in London.

Coyle, Lewis Henry, 1842-44. Son of Rev. Miles Coyle. b. 1826. Wadh. Coll. Oxf. Holy Orders, d. 1862.

Cranfield, Edward, 1818.

Craster, Thomas William, 1875. Eldest son of John Craster, of Craster, Northumberland, b. 1860.

Cranford, Thomas Robertson, 1811-12, b. 1803. Went to Eton.

Cresswell (Sir) Cresswell Easterby (Knt.), 1806-8. 4th son of Francis Easterby, of Blackheath, who assumed the name of Cresswell on his marriage, b. 1793. Em. Coll. Cam. Barrister. M.P. for Liverpool 1837-41. Justice of the Court of Common Pleas 1842. (Knighted). Judge of the Probate and Divorce Court. Governor of Charterhouse, d. 1863

Cresswell, Edward John, 1845-48. Son of Wm. Cresswell, and nephew of Sir C. Cresswell (above), b. 1829. 49th Regt. Crimea, W. Indies, &c. Deputy Judge Advocate to the Forces. Retired Capt. 1868.

Cresswell,* Frederick, 1859-61. Son of Rev. O. J. Cresswell, b. 1848. Sarum Theol. Coll. Curate of St. John's, Clerkenwell.

Cresswell, George, 1845-48. Brother of E. J. Cresswell (above), b. 1832. 89th Regt. Was paralysed from exposure in the trenches (Crimean War). Medal and pension. Capt. of Invalid's Royal Hosp., Kilmainham.

Crewe,      , 1800. Left the same year.

Croft, Richard, 1822. Son of Sir Richard Croft, Bart. b. 1808. Ball. Coll. and Fellow of Ex. Coll. Oxf. 2nd Class Lit. Hum. Vicar of Hillingdon, Middlesex.

Crofton, Edward (First Baron Crofton), 1820. Son of Sir Edward Crofton, Bart, b, 1806. Succeeded to the peerage, 1817. Elected a representative Peer of Ireland, 1840, d. 1869.

Crohan, George Birmingham, 1824, b. 1811. Trin. Coll. Cam.

Crommelin, Charles Barker, 1805-9, b. 1790. E. I. Co.'s Service.

Croome, James, 1844-45. Son of Robert Croome. b. 1828. B.N.C. Oxf. Barrister.

Cropper, James, 1877. Son of Edward William Cropper, of Fearnhead, Great Crosby, Liverpool, b. 1862.

Cropper, John, 1878. Brother of the above, b. 1864.

Cross, John William, 1820, b. 1807.

Cross, Richard Powell, 1819, b. 1809.

Crosse, Edward Algernon, 1867. Son of E. W. Crosse, of Doctor's Commons, b. 1855.

Crosse, Lionel, 1874. Brother of the above.

Crosse, Richard Reader, 1821, b. 1808. Solicitor.

Croughton, William Peel, 1827, b. 1817. Of Heronden House, Tenterden.

Crowdey, James William, 1827, b. 1813. 47th Regt. Capt. 1840.

Crowdy, William Slater, 1825. Son of William Crowdy, Highworth, Wilts, b. 1814. Linc. Coll. Oxf. Curate of Thursford, Norfolk.

Crowe, John Henry Verinder, 1876. Son of Edward Frederick Crowe, of Gresham Lodge, Hammersmith. b. 1862.

Crozier, James, 1817, b. 1802.

Cundill, John Ponsonby, 1857-61. Son of Rev. Canon Cundill, Rector of St. Margaret's, Durham, b. 1843. Capt. Royal Artillery. Assistant Instructor Royal Laboratory, Woolwich.

Cunningham, Henry Hutt, 1865-69. Son of H. D. P. Cunningham, R.N., Bury House, Alverstoke, Hants. b. 1850. Clare Coll. Cam. Junr. Opt. 1874. Barrister.

Cuningham, William, 1851-54, b. 1836.

Cunynghame,* James Joseph Myrton, 1843-51. Son of Sir David Cunynghame, Bart. b. 1832. St. John's Coll. Oxf. Rector of Horseheath, Cambs.

Cuppage,* Burke, 1846-52. Son of General Cuppage. b. 1836. Indian Army. Killed in the Mutiny 1857.

Cuppage, Robert Burke, 1842-47. Brother of the above. b. 1830. E. I. Co's. Civil Service. Killed in the Mutiny 1857.

Cure, Edward Capel, 1874. (See Capel-Cure).

Currey,* Eliott Scarlett, 1848-50. Son of Sir Edmund Currey, Equerry to the late Duke of Gloster. b. 1836. Civil Engineer.

Currey, Frederick William, 1873. Son of Arthur Currey.

Currey, George, 1824. Son of the Rev. James Currey, Preacher of Charterhouse, b. 1816. Gold Medal. St. John's Coll. Cam. Bell Scholar, 14th Wrangler, and 1st Class Tripos. Fellow and Tutor of the College. D.D. Preacher at Whitehall 1845. Hulsean Lecturer 1850. Preacher of Charterhouse 1846. Master of Charterhouse 1871. Prebendary of St. Paul's.

Currey, George Evelyn, 1875. Son of Edmund C. Currey, of Mailing Deanery, Sussex, b. 1864.

Currey, James Edmund, 1826, b. 1818. Army Surgeon 23rd Regt. d. 1861.

Currey, John Swaine, 1821. Elder brother of the Rev. Dr. Currey, the Master, b. 1813, d. 1821.

Currey, William Samuel, 1823. Brother of the above, b. 1814. Solicitor. Parliamentary Agent, d. 1858.

Currey, William Vincent, 1821. Son of Col. Currey, of Lismore Castle. Agent to the Duke of Devonshire, b. 1808, d. 1822.

Currie, Charles, 1844-46, b. 1829. Civil Commissioner at Allahabad, d. 1878.

Currie (Sir) Frederick (Bart.), 1808-17. Son of Mark Currie. b. 1799. E. I. Co's. Civil Service. Secretary to the Govr.-Genl. of India. Created a Baronet 1846. Chairman of East India Company. Vice-President of the Council of India, d. 1875.

Currie, Mark John, 1804-6. Brother of the above, b. 1795. Admiral, d. 1874.

Currie, William, 1801-8. Eldest brother of Sir Fredk. Currie, Bart. (above), b. 1791, d. 1869.

Curtis, Augustus John, 1827, b. 1815. Indian Army, d.

Curtis, Charles George, 1836-40. Son of John Curtis. b. 1821. Gold Medal. Post-Master of Mert. Coll. Oxf. Assist. Master in the School. Chaplain at Constantinople. Canon of Gibraltar.

Curtis, Henry Charles, 1823, b. 1812.

Curtis, John Edmund Lawrence, 1859-62, b. 1845.

Curtis, John Edward, 1851-56, b. 1840.

Curtis, William, 1836-40. Cousin of C. G. Curtis (above). b. 1821. Silver Medal. Scholar of St. John's Coll. Cam. Wrangler. Chaplain to the Priory, Roehampton. Formerly Assistant Math. Master in the School.

Curwen, Edward Darcy, 1878. Son of H. F. Curwen, of Workington Hall, Cumberland.

Curzon, Hon. Edward Cecil, 1823. Son of the Hon. Robt. Curzon and the Baroness De la Zouche. b. 1812. Ch. Ch. Oxf. Barrister. D.L. and J.P. for Middlesex. Chairman of Kensington Sessions, &c.

Curzon, Hon. Robert (Lord De la Zouche), 1821. Elder brother of the above, b. 1810. Ch. Ch. Oxf. Private Secy, to Lord Stratford de Redcliffe when Ambassador at Constantinople. Joint Commissioner with Sir Fenwick Williams at the Conference at Erzeroum for settling the boundaries between Russia, Persia and Turkey. Succeeded to the title 1870, d. 1873. Author of 'Monasteries of the Levant,' &c.

Curzon,* Robert Lothian William, 1868. Son of Col. the Hon. Ernest Curzon, and nephew of Earl Howe. b. 1857.

Cuthbert, William, 1825, b. 1813.