List of Carthusians, 1800–1879/D

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Daintry, George Smith, 1823. Son of John Smith Daintry, of North Rode, Cheshire, b. 1810. J.P. for Cheshire. North Rode Grange.

D'Albiac, George Charles, 1819. Son of the late Major D'Albiac, of Buckham Hill, Sussex, b. 1807. Capt. 4th Light Dragoons, d.

D'Albiac, Henry Eardley Aylmer, 1819. Brother of the above, b. 1808. J.P. for Sussex. Durrington Manor, Worthing.

Daldy,* Frederick Francis, 1869. Son of Fred. R. Daldy, of Belvedere, Kent. b. 1857. Scholar of Pemb. Coll. Cam. Senior Opt.

Dalton,* Edward Charles, 1856-64. Son of Rev. C. B. Dalton, Vicar of Highgate, &c. b. 1846 ; deceased.

Dalzel, , 1806-8.

Dalzell, George, 1802-4.

Damer,* (see Dawson Damer).

Dames, Edward Travers Longworth, 1874. Son of Francis Travers Longworth Dames, Q.C., of Dublin, b. 1862.

Dames,* Francis Longworth, 1874. Brother of the above. b. 1862.

Dance,* Charles, 1808-11, b. 1795, d. 1862.

Daniell, Charles Astell, 1845-49, b. 1833. 8th Bengal Light Cavalry, died 1855.

Daniell, Percy, 1874. Son of Major Daniell.

Daniels, William Pottinger, 1853. Left the same year, b. 1839.

Dann, Henry, 1822. Son of Richard Dann. b. 1810. St. John's Coll. Oxf.

Dann, Richard, 1820, b. 1807.

Darby, Charles William, 1808, b. 1794.

Darby,* John Charles Homfray, 1878. Son of Rev. J. C. S. Darby, Machen Rectory, Newport, b. 1864.

Darby, William John, 1807, b. 1793.

Darley, Henry Brewster, 1825. Son of Henry Darley, Adby Park, Yorks. b. 1809.

Darling, John, 1835-39. Son of late Dr. Darling, of Russell Square, b. 1821. Ch. Ch. Oxf. Banister, d. 1858.

Darling, Thomas, 1828. Brother of the above, b. 1816. St. John's Coll. Cam. Rector of S. Michael Royal, London.

Darnell, James, 1821, b. 1804. Trin. Coll. Cam. A.B. 1826. Holy Orders. Tunbridge Wells.

Dashwood,* James Edward Bateman, 1843-48. Son of Adml. Dashwood, of Ringwood, Hants, b. 1833. Foreign Office.

Daughtrey, John Roberts, 1826, b. 1818.

Davenport, Cyril James, 1860-61. Son of Capt. Charles E. Davenport, of Monk's Hill, Pontefract. b. 1848. Assistant Librarian British Museum. Formerly in the War Office.

Davey, William Harrison, 1836-44. Son of William Davey. Scholar of Linc. Coll. Oxf. Denyer Prize. Vice-Principal Theol. Coll. Lampeter.

Davidson, George, 1814-17. Brother of W. F. Davidson (below), b. 1804. Army.

Davidson, Hugh Morgan, 1874. Son of S. Davidson, of Alburgh, Suffolk, and nephew of the above.

Davidson, William Francis, 1815-16. Brother of G. Davidson (above), b. 1800. Solicitor in London.

Davies, Arthur Templer, 1871. Son of Herbert Davies, M.D., of London, b. 1858. Trin. Coll. Cam.

Davies, Ernest Reuter, 1875. Brother of the above, b. 1862.

Davies,* Gerald Stanley, 1856-64. Son of Admiral Davies. b. 1845. Gold Medal. Orator. Scholar of Ch. Coll. Cam. 2nd Class Class Tripos. Assistant Master in the School.

Davies,* Herbert Wyatt, 1866. Brother of E. R. Davies (above), b. 1854. Prize Scholar 1869. Pemb. Coll. Cam. 2nd Class Class Tripos.

Davies, Richard Banks, 1873-77. Son of Rev. J. Davies, of Moor Court, Kington, Herefordshire.

Davies, Robert, 1804-5, b. 1793. Clare Coll. Cam. A.B. 1811.

Davies (Sir) Robert Henry (K.C.S.I.), 1835-40. Son of Sir David Davies, K.C.H. b. 1824. E. I. Civil Service. Lieut.-Govr. of the Punjab till 1877. Knighted 1874.

Davies, William, 1863. Left the same year, b. 1846.

Davies,* William Henry, 1835-44. Brother of Sir Robt. H. Davies (above), b. 1825. Orator. Ch. Ch. Oxf. Chaplain to St. George's Hospital, d. 1868.

Davis, Arthur Holdsworth, 1875. Son of B. Goodwin Davis, of St. John's Wood Park. b. 1863.

Davis, William Lloyd, 1875. Son of W. Davis.--deceased.

Davison, George, 1814-17, b. 1804.

Davison, James, 1803-4.

Dawes, William Rutter, 1812-13, b. 1799.

Dawkins,* Charles Digby, 1812-18. Son of Henry Dawkins, M.P. for Aldborough. b. 1800. Ch. Ch. Oxf. Indian Army, d. 1846.

Dawson, Baker, 1817. Son of John Dawson. b. 1800. B.N.C. Oxf.

Dawson,* Herbert James, 1877. Son of James Dawson, of Gipsy Hill. b. 1864.

Dawson, Hugh Pudsey, 1821, b. 1808.

Dawson, Samuel Francis, 1812, b. 1798, d. 1816.

Dawson-Damer, John William George, 1846-49. Son of the Hon. Willm. Dawson-Damer, and grandson of the 3rd Earl of Portarlington. b. 1834. Capt. R.N. Served at Sweaborg and Cronstadt, and in the Black Sea 1854. d. 1869.

Dawson-Damer,* Lionel Digby William, 1845-51. Brother of the above, b. 1832. Orator. Gold Medal. Scholar of Trin. Coll. Oxf. Vicar of Gt. Canford, Dorset.

Day,* Charles Henry, 1862. Son of Rev. George Day, Rector of Baldwyn Brightwell, Oxon. d. 1849. Pemb. Coll. Oxf. Indian Medical Service.

Day, Charles James, 1869, b. 1858. Pemb. Coll. Oxf. d. 1870.

Day, Edward Augustus, 1823, b. 1809.

Day, Francis Hermitage, 1875. Son of Rev. H. C. Day, of Frindsbury, Kent. b. 1861. Entered at Keble Coll. Oxf.

Day, Frederick, 1824, b. 1814. Pemb. Coll. Cam.

Day, John Nash, 1823, b. 1818.

Day, Thomas, 1821, b. 1809.

Day, William, 1824. Son of Rev. George Day. b. 1812. Mert. Coll. Oxf. Holy Orders.

Deakin, Egerton, 1872. Son of J. B. Deakin, of Darwen. b. 1856.

Dean,* Charles Augustus Brietzke, 1819. Son of the Chairman of Commissioners of Customs, b. 1808. Barrister; deceased.

Dean, Richard Ryder, 1822. Son of Richard Bettenson Dean. b. 1810. Ch. Ch. Oxf.

Deane, Henry, 1820. Son of William Deane. b. 1807. Ex. Coll. Oxf. Chaplain at Canton. Rector of Hintlesham.

Deane, Henry Allen Murray, 1840-42, b. 1825. Lieut. 4th Regt. Retired on half pay.

Deane, Hugh Pollexfen, 1848-54. Son of Rev. J. B. Deane, Mathematical Master at Merchant Taylor's School. b. 1836. Went into the Army.

Deare, Frederick Arthur, 1874. Son of F. D. Deare, of Wentworth, Ditton Hill, Surrey.

Deas, Francis William, 1875. Son of the late Sir David Deas, K.C.B., M.D. b. 1862.

De Brisay, Henry Le Stock Delacour, 1874. Son of Rev. H. D. de Brisay, of Oxford.

De Crespigny,* Heaton Champion, 1806-11. Son of Sir Wm. C. De Crespigny, Bart. M.P. b. 1796. Was formerly in the Royal Navy. Afterwards ordained.

De Grey, Hon. Frederick, 1821. Son of the 4th Baron Walsingham. b. 1811. St. John's Coll. Cam. Rector of Copdock, Ipswich.

De Grey, Hon. George, 1821. Brother of the above. b. 1812.

Delhoste,* Donald Charles Augustus, 1840-45. b. 1829. Formerly in 63rd Regt.

De Moleyns, Edward Henry, 1873-76. Son of Edward Henry de Moleyns, Solicitor to the Bank of Ireland, b. 1859. Trin. Coll. Dublin.

Dempsey, Henry Blundell, 1878. Son of Arthur Dempsey, St. George's Mount, New Brighton, Cheshire, b. 1864.

Dempsey, Hugh Paul, 1875. Brother of the above, b. 1862.

Dendy, Samuel, 1827. Son of Arthur Dendy. b. 1813. Trin. Coll. Oxf. Holy Orders. Lattisford House, Wincanton.

Dennis, George, 1828, b. 1814.

Dennis, John Gwennap, 1827, b. 1812; d. 1830.

Dennison, Mark Byam, 1821, b. 1812.

Dent, Stanley Marseille, 1873-77. Son of Stanley Dent, of Mayfield, Upper Tooting, b. 1861. Merchant.

Dent, William, 1873-77. Brother of the above, b. 1860. Wine Merchant.

De Soyres,* Francis, 1817. Son of Rev. Francis de Soyres. b. 1804. Mert. Coll. Oxf. Holy Orders. 13, Victoria Terrace, Mt. Radford, Exeter.

Des Voeux, Alfred Anthony, 1842-46. Son of Rev. Henry Des Voeux and brother of Sir Henry Des Voeux, Bart. b. 1830. Lieut.-Col. 5th Bombay N.I.

Des Voeux, Edward Alfred, 1876. Son of the above.

Des Voeux,* George William, 1846-53. Brother of Alf. A. Des Voeux (above), b. 1834. Orator. Ball. Coll. Oxf. Lieut.-Governor Fiji Islands.

Devenish, Henry Weston, 1873. Son of Henry Devenish, of Whitchurch, Hants. Ex. Coll. Oxf.

Devereux, Hon. Humphrey de Bohun, 1824. Son of the 15th Visct. Hereford. b. 1812. E. I. Co's. Service. The High Wood, Leominster.

Devey, William Giffard, 1875. Son of C. H. Devey.

Dewar,* William Wemyss Methven, 1840-48. Son of the late Sir John Dewar. b. 1829. Orator. Ball. Coll. Oxf. Formerly Capt. Oxfordshire Militia. D.L. for Oxon. Middleton Stoney, Bicester.

Dewrance, John, 1872-74. Son of John Dewrance, of The Green Hills, Tilford, Surrey. b. 1858. Mechanical Engineer.

D'Eyncourt,* Ashton Lovett Tennyson, 1874. (See Tennyson D'Eyncourt). B.N.C. Oxf.

De Zoete, Charles Septimus, 1873. Son of Samuel Herman de Zoete, of Hayes, Kent. Mert. Coll. Oxf.

Dicken,* Charles Rowland, 1814. Son of Rev. Perry Dicken, of Witheridge, Devon, b. 1801. Corpus Coll. Cam. Assist. Master. Reader and Librarian to Charterhouse. Rector of Balsham, Cambs. d. 1873.

Dicken, Charles Shortt, 1855-58. Son of William Stevens Dicken, M.D. b. 1841. Holds a Government appointment at Brisbane, Queensland.

Dicken, Edmund Ashton, 1824. Brother of Charles Rowland Dicken (above), b. 1808. Sid. Suss. Coll. Cam. Holy Orders; deceased.

Dicken, Frederick Rowland, 1858-59. Son of Rev. A. Dicken, D.D. b. 1845. Commander R.N. H.M.S. Arab.

Dicken, George Perry, 1860-61. Brother of Charles Shortt Dicken (above), b. 1848. Emigrated to Queensland.

Dicken, Purefoy Huddleston, 1860-61. Brother of Frederick Rowland Dicken (above), b. 1850; deceased.

Dicken,* William Charles Henry, 1842-47. Son of Rev. Charles Rowland Dicken (above), b. 1829. War Office. Retired on a pension. Resides at Bengeo, Herts.

Dicken, William Popham, 1849-51. Brother of Charles Shortt Dicken (above), b. 1834. Major Madras Staff Corps.

Dickinson, Arthur Lowes, 1873. Son of Lowes Dickinson, of Hanwell. Scholar of King's Coll. Cam.

Dickinson,* Goldsworthy Lowes, 1876. Brother of the above, b. 1862.

Dickinson, Thomas Malcolm, 1878. Son of Major-Genl. William Rice Dickinson, b. 1864.

Dickson, Thomas Briggs, 1819, b. 1804. Fellow of Em. Coll. Cam. Vicar of Eastchurch, Kent.

Dickson, Walter Collin, 1864, b. 1841.

Dillon, Hon. Arthur Edmund Denis, 1825. Son of the 13th Visct. Dillon, b. 1812. Trin. Coll. Oxf. Home Office.

Dingwall, Walter Molyneux, 1878. Son of Charles Dingwall, of Caterham, Surrey, b. 1863.

Disbrowe,* Henry Sharpe, 1832-41. Son of the Rev. H. Disbrowe. b. 1822. Orator. Univ. Coll. Oxf. Rector of Bennington, Lincolnsh.

Dixon, Charles Steward, 1821, b. 1808.

Dixon, George, 1878. Son of John Dixon, C.E., of Surbiton. b. 1864.

Dixon, George Blackett, 1828, b. 1812.

Dixon, John Spofforth, 1826, b. 1813. Banker in London. Chancery Lane.

Dobbie, Charles Francis, 1876. Son of Maj.-Genl. Dobbie, of Budleigh Salterton, N. Devon.

Dobbie, Herbert Hugh, 1872. Brother of the above, b. 1859. R.M. Coll. Sandhurst.

Dobinson, Joseph, 1804-9. West India Merchant.

Dobinson, Joseph, 1842-45, b. 1827. Deceased.

Dobson, Francis, 1818, b. 1804.

Dobson, William, 1822, b. 1809. Fellow of Trin. Coll. Cam. 1st Class. Vicar of Tuxford, Notts. Principal of Cheltenham Coll. d. 1868.

Dobson, William Burdett, 1803-5.

Docker, Thomas Robert, 1816-18, b. 1803. Pemb. Coll. Cam. Formerly Rector of Froxfield, d.

Dodd, Charles William, 1811-12. Went to Westminster School.

Dodd, Rose, 1819-20, b. 1806.

Dodson, James, 1825. Son of George Dodson. b. 1813. Ch. Ch. Oxf.

Dollman, Francis, 1835-40. Son of Rev. Francis Dollman (below), b. 1824. Solicitor in London. Bexley Heath, Kent.

Dollman, Francis, 1806-10, b. 1791. Trin. Coll. Cam. Formerly Vicar of St. Mark's, Myddleton Square, London, and Vicar of Loders, Dorset, d. 1869.

Dolphin,* Henry, 1816. Son of Rev. J. Dolphin, Rector of Wakescoln and Pebmarsh, Essex, b. 1806. Entered the E. I. Co's. Service, but was drowned the day after his arrival at Bombay.

Donnithorne, Edward George Moore, 1853-54. Son of E. H. Donnithorne, of Ewhurst, Surrey, b. 1842. Capt. 2nd Royal Dragoons. Served in New Zealand War as Lieut. R.A.

Dorling, Francis, 1863-68. Son of H. Dorling, of Croydon. b. 1850. Capt. 96th Regt.

Dorling, Horace Norman, 1874. Brother of the above.

Dorling, Lionel, 1873. Brother of the above. R.M. Coll. Sandhurst.

Dorling, Walter, 1867. Brother of the above, b. 1855.

Douglas, Archibald Charles, 1875. Son of the late Rt. Rev. H. A. Douglas, Bishop of Bombay, b. 1861.

Douglas, Edward Algernon Stuart, 1861, b. 1848.

Douglas, Henry, 1841-47. Son of the Rev. Canon Douglas, of Durham, b. 1828. Merchant in London.

Douglas, Henry Dighton, 1877. Son of the above, b. 1864.

Douglas, James William, 1865, b. 1852.

Douglas,* John, 1819, b. 1805.

Douglas, John, 1822, b. 1811. Went to India.

Douglas, Percy, 1842, b. 1833. Left the same year.

Douglas,* Robert Stopford, 1856-58, b. 1844. Grenadier Guards.

Douglas, William Frederick, 1823, b. 1813. Ch. Coll. Cam. Vicar of Shefford, d.

Dowbiggin,* Montague Hamilton, 1846-48. Son of Col. W. H. Dowbiggin and nephew of Lord Dalhousie. b. 1832. Served with the 71st, 4th and 99th Regts. (Crimea). Lieut.-Col. d. 1866.

Dowell, Thomas, 1824. Son of Thomas Dowell. b. 1811. Oriel Coll. Oxf. Vicar of Evancoyd, Radnorshire.

Down, Edward Arthur, 1875. Son of James Dundas Sommers Down, of Oakridge, Dorking, b. 1862.

Down, Everleigh Langdon, 1874-77. Son of J. Langdon-Down, M.D. b. 1861. London University (1879).

Down, Richard, 1830-34. Son of H. Down, Banker, of London, b. 1816. Inspector-General of Customs, Victoria. Retired, 1876.

Downes, William, 1850-53. Son of Rev. John Downes. b. 1837. Ex. Coll. Oxf. F.G.S. Curate of Kentisbeare, Collumpton.

Downing, Benjamin Joshua Evans, 1847-49, b. 1832.
Drake, John D'Urban Tyrwhitt, 1877. GullBrace.svg See Tyrwhitt-Drake.
Drake, Fredk. E. Tyrwhitt, 1840.
Drake, Alg. Fredk. Tyrwhitt, 1872.
Drake,* William Montague, 1841-47, b. 1830. Solicitor.

Drew, Ernest Young, 1870. Son of Rev. William H. Henry Drew (King's Coll. London), b. 1857. Stock Exchange.

Drew,* William Wilson, 1869. Brother of the above, b. 1855. King's Coll. Cam. E. India Civil Service.

Druce, Charles Carey, 1874. Son of Edwd. Read W. Druce, of Dover.

Druce, George Claridge, 1873. Son of Alexander Devas Druce, Solicitor.

Druce, Hubert Arthur, 1874. Brother of the above.

Drummond,* Charles Spenser, 1846-53. Eldest son of the late Rev. Arthur Drummond. b. 1834. Worc. Coll. Oxf. Emigrated to Canada.

Drummond, Heneage, 1819. Son of John Drummond. b. 1810. Ball. Coll. Oxf. 4th Class Lit. Hum. Rector of Leckhamsted.

Drummond, Hugh, 1819. Brother of the above, b. 1807. Clerk in the Colonial Office, d. 1829.

Drummond, Spencer, 1819. Brother of the above, b. 1808. Clerk in the Treasury, d. 1869.

Drummond, Hon. William Henry (7th Visct. Strathallan), 1822. Son of the 6th Viscount, b. 1810. Succeeded his father 1851; is a representative Peer for Scotland.

Drummond, Hon. William Henry, 1856-58. Son of the above, b. 1845.

Drummond-Hay, Edward, 1827. GullBrace.svg See Hay.
Drummond-Hay, John, 1828.
Du Cane (Sir) Charles (K.C.M.G.), 1836-42. Son of Captain Charles Ducane, R.N. of Braxied Park, Essex, b. 1825. Ex. Coll. Oxf. 4th Class. M P. for Maldon, North Essex. Was a Lord of the Admiralty, 1866-69. Governor of Tasmania.
Du Cane, Louis Charles, 1876. Son of Richard Du Cane, of Roehampton. b. 1863.

Du Cane, Richard Dacre Guest, 1876. Brother of the above. b. 1862.

Dudding, Horatio Nelson, 1821. Son of Edward Barr Budding, b. 1808. Fellow of Ex. Coll. Oxf. 1st Class Lit. Hum. Vicar of St. Peter's, St. Albans.

Dumaresque,* Algernon Edward, 1845-48, b. 1833.

Dumergue, Charles, 1824 Son of Charles Dumergue, of 42, Albemarle Street, London. b. 1811. Indian Civil Service, Madras, d. 1837.

Dumergue, Herbert Walter, 1874. Son of Rev. Walter Scott Dumergue, Vicar of Farnham. b. 1860. C.C.C. Cam. (1879).

Dumergue, John Shore, 1826. Brother of Charles Dumergue (above), b. 1812. Indian Civil Service, Bengal. Judge; retired, 1862.

Duncan, Douglas Charteris, 1875. Son of Henry Cairncross Duncan, of Bromborough, Cheshire, b. 1862.

Duncan, Percival Jenour, 1874. Brother of the above.

Dundas, Robert James, 1845-52. Son of William Pitt Dundas, of Edinburgh, b. 1833. Ex. Coll. Oxf. Rector of Albury. Formerly Chaplain to the Bishop of Columbia.

Dunlop, Andrew Robert, 1823. Son of James Dunlop. b. 1810. Ch. Ch. Oxf. d. 1830.

Dunn,* Ronald, 1863. Son of Isaac Dunn, of Patrington, Yorks. b. 1850. Caius Coll. Cam. Curate of Swinton.

Dunnage, Charles, 1825, b. 1809. Solicitor.

Dunsford,* William Henry, 1823, b. 1813. Clare Hall, Cam. Of Tiverton, Devon.

Dunsmure, James, 1819, b. 1805. Clerk in the India House.

Durham, Patrick Francis, 1823, b. 1809. Capt. 37th Regt. Retired.

Duthoit, Henry Causer, 1876. Son of William Duthoit, D.C.L. Indian Civil Service, b. 1862.

Dyken, Joseph Lawes, 1806. Left in ill-health, 1808.

Dyne, William Tylden, 1874. Son of Rev. Dr. Dyne, Preby. of St. Paul's Oriel Coll. Oxf.

Dyneley,* Douglas, 1842-48. Son of Major-Genl. Dyneley, R.H.A. b. 1831. 23rd Regt. Crimea. Killed in the attack on the Redan, 8th Sept., 1855.

Dyneley, Henry Ellenborough, 1842-44. Brother of the above, b. 1829. Lieut.-Col. Commanding 4th Madras Light Cavalry.

Dyson, George William, 1877. Son of George Dyson, Corn Bank, Netherton, Yorks. b. 1864.

Dyson,* Henry Wilcocks, 1804-9, b. 1793.

Dyson, Thomas James, 1875. Brother of G. W. Dyson (above), b. 1862.