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Babington, Arthur, 1812. Son of Wm. Babington, M.D., b. 1797. Trin. Coll. Cam. d. 1821.

Babington, Benjamin Guy, 1803-7. Brother of the above, 1794. Pemb. Coll. Cam. M.D. Physician to Charterhouse, d. 1866.

Babington, Charles Cardale, 1821. Son of Rev. Joseph Babington, b. 1808. St. John's Coll. Cam. Professor of Botany at Cambridge, F.R.S. F.S.A.

Babington, Charles Roos, 1819. Son of Sir Thos. Babington, of Rothley Temple, Leicestershire, M.P. b. 1806. E. I. Civil Service, died young.

Babington, Charles Walter, 1852-55, b. 1841.

Babington, David, 1812-16. Brother of Arthur Babington, b. 1800, died while a medical student at Paris.

Babington, John Hastings, 1852-55, b. 1843.

Babington, Stephen, 1804-5. Brother of David Babington. E. I. Civil Service, Bombay. Secy, to Sir M. Nepean, the Governor, died in India.

Babington, Stephen, 1834-36. Son of the above. E. I. Civil Service, Bombay, d. 1846.

Babington, Stephen Peile, 1833-39. Son of Dr. B. G. Babington. A merchant in London.

Babington, Thomas Francis, 1852-55, b. 1841.

Back, Henry, 1826, b. 1811.

Bacon, Reginald Cazalet, 1875. Son of Rev. F. Bacon, of Much Hadham, Herts, b. 1861.

Badcock, Audry, 1851-53, b. 1837.

Baddeley, Henry Daniell, 1864, b. 1851. ist Lieut. Bombay Marine.

Baddeley, Paul Frederick Henry, 1820, b. 1807.

Badeley, John Carr, 1808-11,b. 1794. Caius Coll. Cam. M.D., of Chelmsford and Brighton, d. 1851.

Baden_Powell, Baden Fletcher Smyth, 1873-77. Son of Rev. Baden Powell, Savilian Professor at Oxford, b. 1860.

Baden_Powell,* Robert Stephenson Smyth, 1870-76. Brother of the above, b. 1857. Lieut. 13th Hussars.

Badham, James, 1823, b. 1815.

Bagge, Edward, 1826. Son of Thos. P. Bagge, of Stradsett Hall, Norfolk, b. 1812. Merchant, Mayor of Lynn.

Bagge, Richard, 1820. Brother of the above, b. 1810. Merchant. King's Lynn.

Bagge (Sir) William (Bart.), 1820. Brother of the above, b. 1810. Ball. Coll. Oxf. M. P. for West Norfolk. Created a Baronet 1867.

Bagnel, Robert, 1808-10. Trin. Coll. Cam.

Bagot, Alexander, 1837. Son of late Hon. Sir Charles Bagot, G.C.B. b. 1822. Lieut.-Col. 15th Bengal Native Infantry, A.D.C. to the Governor-General.

Bagot, Charles, 1819. Brother of the above, b. 1808. Colonel Gren. Guards, retired.

Bagot, Edward Richard, 1818. Son of the Bishop of Bath and Wells, d. 1877.

Bagot, Hon. William (Lord Bagot), 1820. Eldest son of the 2nd Baron Bagot, b. 1811. M.P. for Denbighshire, 1835-52. Succeeded as 3rd Lord Bagot 1856.

Bailey, John James, 1851-53, b. 1837.

Bailey, Rishton Robinson, 1825, b. 1809.

Baillie, , 1805-8.

Baillie, Grant, 1821, b. 1808, deceased.

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

Baines, Henry Ramsay, 1827, b. 1813.

Baker, 1800-8. Son of M.P. for Canterbury.

Baker, Brackstone, 1822, b. 1810. In business in London.

Baker, Cecil Cautley, 1868, b. 1856. Son of Eric Thomas Baker (below).

Baker, Cecil Edward, 1872. BAKER, Eric Thomas, 1823, b. 1809.

Baker, Ernest Edward, 1868. Twin brother of C. C. Baker, b. 1856. Went to Felstead School. Mathematical scholar, Clare Coll. Cam.

Baker, Frank Ernest, 1872.

Baker, Henry, 1823, b. 1811.

Baker, Herbert, 1858-59. Brother of E. E. Baker, b. 1843.

Baker,* John Julius, 1850-56. Son of Colonel George Baker, b. 1838. Ex. Coll. Oxf. Curate of Yoxall.

Baker, Stephen Cattley, 1822. Brother of Brackstone Baker, b. 1811. St. John's Coll. Cam. Vicar of Usk, Monmouthshire.

Baker, William, 1815–16, b. 1801.

Baldwin, Edmund, 1823, b. 1810.

Balfour, Henry, 1877. Son of Lewis Balfour, b. 1863.

Ballance, Josiah Descarrieres, 1845–48. Son of John Ballance, of Clapton, b. 1829. Trin. Coll. Cam. 25th Wrangler. Vicar of Horsford, Norfolk.

Banbury, Edward, 1873. Son of William Banbury, Banker in London.

Bankhead, William Robert, 1807, b. 1792.

Bannatyne, Charles, 1817. Son of John Bannatyne, b. 1805. Ball. Coll. Oxf. Rector of Aldham, Essex.

Bannister, Charles George, 1808–11. Son of J. Bannister, b. 1796. Solicitor to the War Office, d. 1858.

Bannister, Charles William, 1838. Son of the above, b. 1826. 2nd Bombay Light Cavalry. Medal. Governor of Maidstone Gaol, d. 1874.

Barham, Charles Henry, 1821. Son of late Joseph Foster Barham, M.P., b. 1809. Ch. Ch. Oxf. M.P. for Appleby 1831–2. Afterwards took Holy Orders, and became Rector of Barming, Kent, d. 1878.

Baring, James Drummond, 1822. Son of Henry Baring, and nephew of the first Lord Ashburton, b. 1809.

Barker, 1803.

Barker, Benjamin, 1826, b. 1814. Caius Coll. Cam. Holy Orders. Shipdham, Norfolk.

Barker, Frederick Hubert, 1878. Son of F. Barker, of Leeds.

Barker, Henry John, 1851-55, b. 1837.

Barker,* John, 1813-18, b. 1800.

Barker, Joseph Henry, 1822. Son of Joseph Gibbs Barker, b. 1809. St. John's Coll. Cam. Wrangler. Chaplain of the County Gaol, Hereford.

Barker, Richard, 1805-8, b. 1791. Solicitor.

Barker, Richard, 1821. Son of Francis E. Barker, Solicitor, Chester, b. 1808. Solicitor at Chester, d. 1877.

Barker, Thomas Francis, 1821. Brother of the above, b. 1810. B.N.C. Oxf. Rector of Thornton, Chester, d. 1878.

Barker, William Gibbs, 1822. Brother of Joseph H. Barker b. 1809. St. John's Coll. Cam. Senior Op. Incumbent of Trinity Church, New Barnet.

Barkworth, Walter Theodore, 1874. Son of Rev. Dr. Barkworth, formerly Vicar of Grey Friars, Reading, b. 1859. St. John's Coll. Oxf.

Barlee,* Reginald, 1855–61, b. 1845. Emigrated to Australia.

Barlow, Charles John, 1876. Son of Rev. J. M. Barlow, Rector of Ewhurst.

Barlow, Francis, 1813–17. Son of Rev. Francis George Barlow, Rector of Burgh, Suffolk, b. 1799. Trin. Hall Cam. Barrister. Senior Master in Lunacy.

Barlow, Harold, 1874-79. Brother of C. J. Barlow (above). Cooper's Hill Coll.

Barmby, Cuthbert, 1877. Son of Rev. James Barmby, Rector of Pitlington, Durham.

Barmby, Francis James, 1877. Brother of the above.

Barnard, George Martin, 1814–15. Son of Rev. Thos. Barnard, Vicar of Gt. Amwell, Herts, b. 1799. Clerk in the Treasury, d. 1859.

Barnard,* Mordaunt, 1806–13. Brother of the above, b. 1795. Ch. Coll. Cam. Porteus medallist; late Rector of Preston Bagot. Rural Dean. J.P. for Essex.

Barnard, Mordaunt Roger, 1843–44. Eldest son of the above, b. 1828. To Rugby School. Ch. Coll. Cam. Vicar of Margaretting. Chaplain at Christiania.

Barnard, Philip Adolphus, 1822. Son of Rev. Robt. Gary Barnard, Rector of Withersfield, Suffolk, b. 1811. Served in the 24th Regt. Queen's Messenger.

Barnard,* Thomas Mordaunt Rosenhagen, 1805–8. Brother of Mordaunt Barnard (above). Royal Navy. Died of his wounds, 1813.

Barnard, Thomas Mordaunt Rosenhagen, 1843. Son of W. S. Barnard, of Calcutta, b. 1829, Ex. Coll. Oxf. Holy Orders. Chipping Ongar, Essex, d. 1878.

Barnard, William Osborne, 1853–5, b. 1838. Major 96th Regt.

Barnes, Barrington Syer, 1848–51, b. 1834. St. John's Coll. Cam. Rector of Chignal, Essex.

Barnes, James, 1861, b. 1851.

Barnes, James Alexander, 1807–14, b. 1798. Fellow of Trin. Coll. Cam. Rector of Gilling, Yorks.

Barnes, John, 1807–9. Son of John Barnes, of Finchley, b. 1797, d. 1841.

Barnes, John Edward, 1843–48. Brother of B. S. Barnes, b. 1832. Surgeon at Clare, Suffolk.

Barnes, John Henry, 1844–49, b. 1833.

Barnes, Keith, 1815–17. Brother of John Barnes (above), b. 1801. Solicitor in London, d. 1865.

Barnes, Medley Edward, 1844–48, b. 1832.

Barnes, Peter Leather, 1861–62, b. 1852.

Barnes, Richard Barnes, 1815. Brother of Keith Barnes (above), b. 1804. Stock Broker, d. 1845.

Barnes, William Maule, 1822. Brother of the above, b. 1811. Trin. Coll. Cam. Holy Orders, d. 1848 (circ.).

Barnett, John Edward, 1875. Son of J. Barnett, Coleraine House, Stamford Hill.

Barnes, Robert Sydney, 1874. Brother of the above.

BARNETT, Walter, 1878. Brother of the above.

Barough, Alfred Robert, 1861. Son of Mr. Barough, of Hatton Gardens, b. 1851.

Barrett, Edward Moulton, 1820. Son of Edward Moulton Barrett, of Hope End, Herefordshire, b. 1807. Drowned at Torquay, 1839.

Barrett, Joseph Radcliffe, 1820, b. 1810.

Barrett, Samuel Moulton, 1821. Brother of E. M. Barrett (above), b. 1812. Died in Jamaica, 1842.

Barrington, Hon. Augustus, 1812–14. Son of 5th Visct. Barrington, b. 1798. D.C.L. and Fellow of All Souls', Oxf. Barrister, d. 1860.

Barrington,* Charles George, 1837–44. Son of the late Hon. Geo. Barrington, b. 1827. Trin. Coll. Cam. The Treasury.

Barrington, Hon. Henry Frederic Francis Adair, 1819. Brother of Hon. Augustus Barrington, b. 1808. Ch. Ch. Oxf. Barrister.

Barrington, John Beatty, 1873. Son of Sir Croker Barrington, Bt., of Glenstal, Limerick, b. 1860.

Barrington, Hon. Lowther John, 1818. Brother of Hon. Augustus Barrington b. 1805. Oriel Coll. Oxf. Rector of Watton, Herts and Hon. Canon of St. Albans.

Barron, Hunter Jackson, 1867. Son of E. J. Barron, F.S.A., b. 1857. Medical practitioner in London.

Barrow (Sir) George (Bart.), 1819. Eldest son of Sir John Barrow, Bart. b. 1806. Succeeded his father in 1848. Colonial Office. Author of "Ceylon Past and Present," d. 1876.

Barrow,* George Staunton, 1845–53. Son of late Sir George Barrow, Bt. b. 1834. Univ. and Pemb. Coll. Oxf. Vicar of Stowmarket.

Barrow, John, 1819. Brother of Sir George Barrow (above), b. 1808. F.R.S. F.R.G.S. Keeper of the Records at the Admiralty, took an active part in promoting the search for Sir John Franklin. Senr, Major 36th Middlesex Rifles.

Barrow, William, 1820. Brother of the above, b. 1810. Commander R.N. Present at Navarino, d. 1838.

Barrow, William Clarke, 1852–54, b. 1836, d. 1855.

Barrows, Arthur Murdock, 1878. Son of T. W. Barrows, of Banbury, Oxon.

Barrows, Harold Murdock, 1874. Brother of the above, b. 1861. Articled to a Solicitor at Birmingham.

Barry, Douglas, 1864–71. Son of Horace Barry, of Enfield, b. 1853. Ex. Coll. Oxf. Curate of Hitchin.

Barry, Horace, 1864–68. Brother of the above, b. 1852. King's Coll. London. Merchant.

Bartlett, John, 1810–12, b. 1797. Went to Westminster School.

Barton, Aubrey David, 1878. Son of the late Thomas Henry Barton, and grandson of Lord Plunket.

Barton, Frank, 1854-61, b.1843. Chole Abbey, Isle of Wight.

Barton, William Henry, 1854-55, b.1840, d.1856.

Bartrum, Edmund Charles, 1823, b.1810. Solicitor in London.

Barttelot, David Smyth, 1837-39. Son of Col. Barttelot, of Stopham, Sussex, b.1821. Jesus Coll. Cam. Scholar of Corpus Coll. Oxon; died at Sydney, N.S.W. 1852.

Barwell, John Edric Hayward, 1876. Son of J. Barwell, of Hoveton Hall, Norfolk.

Batchelor, Jonathan Trelawny, 1874. Son of Rev. F. T. Batchelor, Rector of Jacobstow, b.1859. Scholar Sid. Suss. Coll. Cam.

Bate, William, 1807-11, b.1794. Trin. Coll. Cam.

Bateman, Hugh Athelstan, 1826, b.1810.

Bates,* Charles Cecil, 1801-2, b.1791. Ch. Coll. Cam. Vicar of Castleton, Derbysh.

Bates (Sir) Henry (K.C.B.), 1824. Son of Major Henry Bates, R.A., b.1813. Col. 9th Foot, 1863; General 1877. Medals—Sobraon, Chillianwallah and Goojerat.

Bates, Thomas Holden, 1824, b.1813.

Bathurst,* Allen, 1838-41, b.1827. Royal Navy.

Batten, Charles Hamilton, 1842-46, b.1827. St. John's Coll. Cam. Holy Orders, d.1852.

Batten,* George Henry Maxwell, 1842-49, b.1832. Bengal Civil Service.

Batten,* John Hallett, 1825. Son of Rev. Dr. Batten, F.R.S., Principal of Haileybury College, b.1811. Bengal Civil Service. Officiating Judge of Suddur Court, N.W. Provinces, (retired).

Battiscombe,* William, 1811. Son of Robt. Battiscombe, of Clewer, b.1800. Pemb. Coll. Oxf. Assistant Master. Rector of Horseheath, d.

Battiscombe, William Benjamin, 1843-48. Son of the above, b.1830. Major 91st Foot (retired).

Baugh, Folliott, 1820. Son of the Rev. J. W. Baugh, b.1809. Ex. Coll. and Fellow of All Souls', Oxf. 1st Class Classics, Preacher of Charterhouse, Vicar of Chelsfield, d.

Baxendale, Francis Richard Salisbury, 1875. Son of Rev. R. Baxendale, St. John's, Maidstone.

Baxter, George, 1826, b.1813.

Bayley,* George Thornton, 1801-6, b. 1790. Indian Civil Service.

Bayley, Thomas Butterworth Charles, 1825, b. 1811.

Bayley, Wilton Rees, 1827, b. 1812.

Bayliff, Richard Lane, 1845-50. Son of Rev. T. T. L. Bayliff, of Albury, b. 1833. Army. Served in 33rd Regt. in Crimea. Capt. 100th Regt. Retired 1870.

Bayliff, Thomas Lane, 1850-53. Brother of the above, b. 1840. Indian Army. Killed in the Mutiny, 1857.

Bayliff, Thomas Timothy Lane, 1819. Son of T. G. Bayliff, of Southgate, b. 1806. St. John's Coll. Oxf. Vicar of Albury, Herts.

Bayliff, William Entwistle Lane, 1846-51. Son of the above, b. 1835. H.M. Civil Service.

Baynes,* Charles Robert, 1820. Son of Col. Baynes, Royal Artillery, b. 1809. Madras Civil Service; retired.

Beadon, Richard A'Court, 1820. Son of late Richard Beadon, b. 1809. St. John's Coll. Cam. Vicar of Cheddar.

Beale, William St. John, 1878. Son of Rev. T. Beale, Rector of Hopton Castle.

Beales, Charles, 1802-5, b. 1789. Peter Ho. Coll. Cam. Merchant.

Beales, Patrick, 1808-11, b. 1797. Cambridge. Merchant.

Beasley, John Theodore Hume, 1869. Son of John Beasley, of Chapel Brampton, Northants, b. 1860. The School, Bedford.

Beasley, Joseph Noble, 1845-49. Son of Capt. Wm. Beasley, b. 1832, 87th Regt. Bt. Lieut.-Col. 1877. Served in the Indian Mutiny (medal).

Beauchamp,* Maurice, 1811-18. Son of William Henry Beauchamp, of Forthampton, Co. Gloucester, b. 1801. Capt. Indian Army.

Beauclerk, Aubrey Frederic, 1826. Son of the Rev. Lord Frederick Beauclerk, b. 1817. Guards and 7th Foot, d. 1852.

Beauclerk, Charles William, 1826. Brother of the above, b. 1816. Ch. Ch. Oxf. d. 1863.

Beauclerk, Frederic Amelius, 1864. Son of the late Lord F. Beauclerk, b. 1851.

Beauclerk (Lord) George Augustus, 1831. Son of the 8th Duke of St Albans, b. 1818. Served with 10th Hussars in the Crimea (medal). Retired as Major 6th Dragoon Guards.

Beauford, Henry William, 1823, of Eaton Socon, Beds. b. 1814. Magd. Coll. Cam.

Beaumont, Francis William, 1820, b. 1809. Trin. Coll. Cam. A.B. 1831.

Beavan, Hugh Maurice, 1872, Son of Edward Beavan, of Wimbledon, Barrister, b. 1857. Caius Coll. Cam. Lieut. 21st Hussars.

Becher, George Richard, 1820, b. 1808.

Beckford, George (Lord Rivers), 1821. Eldest son of Horace W. Beckford, 3rd Lord Rivers, b. 1810; succeeded as 4th Lord Rivers 1831, d. 1866.

Beddoes, Charles Henry, 1817. Brother of C. H. Beddoes (below), b. 1805. Royal Navy.

Beddoes, Thomas Lovell, 1817. Son of Dr. Beddoes, and nephew of Maria Edgeworth, b. 1803. Pemb. Coll. Oxf. M.D. of Wurzburg. Poet and Dramatist, Author of "The Bride's Tragedy," "Poems," &c. d. 1849.

Beddome, Richard Henry, 1843-46, b. 1830. Col. Madras Staff Corps. Conservator of Forests (Madras).

Bedford, John, 1815-17, b. 1806.

Bedford, Richard Bisse Riland, 1844-48. Son of Rev. W. R. Bedford, Sutton Coldfield, Warwick, b. 1830. B.N.C. Oxf. 79th Highlanders ; retired. Adjutant 5th Adm. Battn. Staffordshire Rifle Volunteers, 1861.

Beet, John G., 1809-16, b. 1800.

Bell, Alexander, 1807-10, b. 1794. India Civil Service.

Bell, Cornwallis, 1803.

Bell, George Panton, 1830, b. 1820.

Bell, James, 1827, b. 1817. Queens Coll. Cam. A.B. 1837.

Bell, John William, 1822.

Bell, Melville, 1878. Son of J. R. Bell, a Merchant in Ceylon.

Bell, Richard, 1822, b. 1816.

Bell, Robert, 1807-10, b. 1793. Lieut.-Col. E. I. Artillery. (Madras)

Bell, William, 1800-6. Went to India.

Belli, Charles Scott, 1839-42. Son of Rev. C. A. Belli, Preby. of St. Paul's, b. 1826. Bengal Civil Service. Retired 1872.

Belli,* Walter Forbes, 1844-49. Brother of the above, b. 1833. Bengal Native Infantry, d. 1861.

Beloe, Henry Parr, 1800. Son of Rev. Wm. Beloe, F.S.A., &c., b. 1790. C.C.C. Cam. Rector of Guildford, d. 1838.

Belson, James Harwood, 1843-46, b. 1829, d. 1846.

Belson, William Eveleigh, 1842-45. Brother of the above, b. 1826. Oriel Coll. Oxf. Missionary at the Cape. Vicar of Colemere, Salop.

Bence, Edward Robert Starkie, 1835-41. Son of Col. H. b. B. S. Bence, of Thorington Hall, Suffolk. (See below), b. 1823. 1st Dragoon Gds. Kentwell Hall, Long Melford.

Bence, Henry Alexander Starkie, 1826-34. Elder brother of the above, b. 1806. Ball. Coll. Oxf. Now of Thorington Hall. J.P. and D.L. of Suffolk.

Bence, Henry Bence Sparrow, 1802-4. Eldest son of Rev. Bence Sparrow, b. 1788. Colonel. Served in 16th Lancers, 60th Rifles, and 7th Dragoon Guards. Wounded at Talavera. Peninsula Medal, d. 1861.

Bence, Thomas Starkie, 1835-42. Son of the above, b. 1824. St. John's Coll. Cam. Rector of Thorington.

Benett, John, 1822. Son of John Benet, M.P., of Pythouse and Norton Bavant, Wilts, b. 1809; deceased.

Bennett, Frederic Debell, 1821, b. 1808.

Bennett, James Robert Abrahall, 1875. Son of Rev. J. H. Bennett. Grammar School, Solihull. Went to London University.

Bennett, Rowland Nevitt, 1822, b. 1809. Solicitor in London.

Bensley, Charles Norman, 1877. Son of Dr. Bensley, of Kishnaghur.

Bensley, Edwin Edward, 1878. Brother of the above.

Bentley, , 1804. (Lived in Red Lion Square).

Bentley, Herbert Lowndes, 1871-72. Son of Rev. Samuel Bentley, Vicar of Bosbury, Herefordshire, b. 1859. In the Merchant Service.

Benyon, Richard, 1823. (See Fellowes). Son of Wm. Henry Fellowes, of Ramsey Abbey, Hunts, b. 1811. Took the name of Benyon. St. John's Coll. Cam. Barrister. Was M.P. for Berks 1860-76.

Berdmore, Hugh Thomas Matthew, 1825, b. 1812.

Berdmore, St. John Vesey, 1825, b. 1813. Army, 63rd Foot.

Berdmore,* Samuel Charles James, 1819-24. Son of Thomas Berdmore, of Chelsea, b. 1807. Orator. Student Ch. Ch. Oxf.

Berdmore, William de Lisle, 1825, b. 1816.

Bere, Montague Classell, 1867. Son of Montague Bere, Q C., of Morebath, Devon, b. 1856. In business in London.

Beresford, Edward, 1877. Son of G. D. Beresford, M.P. for Armagh, b. 1863.

Beresford, Henry William de la Poer, 1874. Son of Rev. J. G. Beresford, Bedale, Yorks, b. 1862.

Berkeley,* Charles Paul, 1840-44. Nephew of G. C. Berkeley, b. 1828. Land Surveyor, d. 1853.

Berkeley,* George Campion, 1822-32. Son of Chas. Berkeley, of Biggin Hall, Northants, b. 1812. Pemb. Coll. Oxf. Vicar of Southminster. Bernal (Osborne), Ralph, 1819. Son of Ralph Bernal, M.P. b. 1808. Trin. Coll. Cam. 7th Fusiliers, M.P. for Liskeard, &c. Sec. to the Admiralty, 1852-58.

Bernard, John Frederic, 1826, b. 1814. Solicitor in London.

Berney, George Duckett, 1826. Son of the late Thomas Trench Berney, of Morton Hall, Norfolk, b. 1813. St. John's Coll. Cam. of Morton Hall, Norwich.

Berney, Thomas, 1829. Brother of the above, b. 1816. St. John's Coll. Cam. formerly Rector of Hockering, Norfolk. Lord of the Manor and Rector of Bracon Ash.

Berridge, James Samuel, 1818, b. 1806.

Berry, George James, 1812-18. Son of John Alexander Berry, b. 1800. Emm. Coll. Cam. Barrister of Lincoln's Inn, d. 1872.

Berry, Oswald Philip, 1851-54, b. 1843.

Berry, Richard James, 1821, b. 1808.

Berryman, Charles Powell, 1866-67. Son of Rev. J. W. Berryman, Rector of Tydd St. Giles, Cambs. b. 1854. St. John's Coll. Oxf. Curate of Ashford.

Besnard, Julius Cæsar, 1823, b. 1809. Trin. Coll. Dublin.

Best, Francis Whittingham, 1856-57. Son of the following, b. 1842.

Best, George, 1811-17. Son of George Nathaniel Best, of Bayfield Hall, Norfolk, b. 1799. Ch. Coll. Cam. Of Eastbury Manor, Guildford.

Best, Nathaniel, 1812-18. Brother of the above, b. 1801. Ball. Coll. Oxf. Holy Orders, d. 1841.

Best, Nathl. Loftus, 1857-62. Son of George Best (above), b. 1843.

Bevan, Charles Dacres, 1818. Son of Charles Bevan, of Bath, b. 1805. Ball. Coll. Oxf. Barrister. Judge of County Court, Cornwall, d.

Bevan, Thomas, 1819, b. 1806. Holy Orders.

Bevir, John, 1819, b. 1806. Solicitor at Cirencester, d. 1860.

Bewes, Anstis John, 1829-32. Son of Thos. Bewes, of Beaumont, Plymouth, b. 1814. 8th Foot, d. 1835.

Bewes, Cecil Edward, 1831-33. Brother of the above, b. 1816. Capt. 85th Foot; retired 1849.

Bewes, Charles Theodore, 1832-35. Brother of the above, b. 1817. Solicitor at Stonehouse, Devon.

Bicknell, Henry, 1811-12, b. 1796. Solicitor.

Bickner, Henry James, 1805-9, b.1796

Bickner, Otto, 1805-9, b. 1794. Barrister.

Biddulph, Theophilus, 1817-18. Son of Rev. Thos. Biddulph, of Bristol, b. 1802. Scholar of Corpus Coll. Oxf. 2nd Class Lit. Hum.

Bignell, William Philips, 1814, b. 1803. Went to Westminster.

Bill, John, 1812-13. Son of John Bill, of Farley Hall. Staffordshire, b. 1799. J.P., d. 1853.

Bingham, Peregrine, 1831. Son of late P. Bingham, Police Magistrate, b. 1820. Jesus Coll. Cam. Holy Orders (resigned his Orders).

Bingley, Henry Campbell Alchorne, 1876. Son of Rev. R. M. Bingley (below).

Bingley, John George, 1847-49. Son of Henry Bingley, of Woodford, b. 1834. B.N.C. Oxf. Rector of Snodland.

Bingley, Robert Mildred, 1847-48. Brother of the above, b. 1829. Trin. Coll. Cam. Rector of Braiseworth.

Birch, Charles, 1844-50. Son of Rev. E. Birch, late Rector of Windlesham, Surrey, b. 1832. Scholar of St. John's Coll. Cam. Rector of Foots Cray.

Birch, Edward, 1844-47. Brother of the above, b. 1830. Civil Engineer.

Birch, Francis Mildred, 1875. Son of J. W. Birch, Deputy Govr. of the Bank of England.

Birch, Frederic Lane, 1825, b. 1812. St. John's Coll. Cam. Rector of Wretham.

Birch, George Thackeray, 1876. Brother of Francis Mildred Birch (above).

Birch, Morley William, 1873. Son of Wm. Birch, of Wimbledon, b. 1859, d. 1875.

Birch,* Walter de Grey[1], 1851-60. Son of Samuel Birch LL.D., of the British Museum, b. 1842. Talbot Scholar. Trin. Coll. Cam. British Museum.

Bird, John, 1807, b. 1791. Peterhouse Coll. Cam. A.B. 1814.

Birkbeck, William Lloyd, 1824. Son of George Birkbeck, F.R.S., a physician in London, b. 1807. Fellow of Trin. Coll. Cam. 9th Wrangler. Barrister of Lincoln's Inn.

Birley, Hornby, 1824. Son of John Birley, of Manchester, b. 1811. 13th and 9th E. I. Company's Regts. Retired 1845, d. 1875.

Birley, William, 1826. Brother of the above, b. 1813. Oriel Coll. Oxf. Rector of Chorlton. H.M. Inspector of Schools, d. 1865.

Birtwhistle,* Alfred, 1859-64. Son of Canon J. B. Birtwhistle, of Beverley, b. 1845. Pemb. Coll. Oxf. Holy Orders. Beverley, Yorks.

Bishop, Archibald Herbert, 1874. Son of the late Rev. Freeman H. Bishop, b. 1861.

Bishop, Charles L. Nepean, 1869. Brother of the above, b. 1858. Royal Marine Artillery.

Bishop, Fred. William Fremantle, 1871. Brother of the above, b. 1859. Trin. Hall, Cam.

Bishop, William Alfred, 1874-77. Brother of the above.

Bittleston, Adam Henry, 1858. Son of Sir Adam Bittleston, late Judge at Madras, b. 1848. St. John's Coll. Oxf. Barrister.

Bittleston, George Hastings, 1867. Brother of the above, b. 1856. Lieut. Royal Artillery.

Bittleston, John Pattison, 1862. Brother of the above, b. 1852.

Bittleston, Thomas George, 1856-65. Brother of the above, b. 1846. Pemb. Coll. Oxf. Deceased.

Blackburne,* Isaac, 1813, b. 1803.

Blacker, Robert Shapland Carew, 1839-44. Son of the late Wm. Blacker, of Woodbrook, Co. Wrexford, and nephew of the 1st Lord Carew, b. 1826. Trin. Coll. Dublin. Rector of Marholm. Hon. Canon of Peterborough.

Blackett, Spencer Collinson, 1873-76. R.M. Coll. Sandhurst.

Blackwood,* Percy, 1852-57. Son of Sir Henry Martin Blackwood, Bart., R.N., b. 1840. Colonial Sec. for Tobago, d. 1866.

Blair,* Thomas, 1814-18, b. 1802.

Blake, Frederick Rodolph (C.B.), 1820. Son of William Blake, of Danesbury Welwyn, Herts, b. 1809. Col. 33rd Regt., d. 1855.

Blake, Henry, 1820, b. 1806. Peterhouse Coll. Cam.

Blakesley, Arthur Holmes, 1877. Son of the Very Rev. J. W. Blakesley, Dean of Lincoln.

Blakesley, Philip Holmes, 1862-63. Brother of the above, b. 1851. Went to Winchester.

Blakesley, Thomas Holmes, 1860-65. Brother of the above, b. 1847. Exhibitioner of King's Coll. Cam. Wrangler. Barrister.

Blakiston (Sir) Matthew (Bart.), 1822. Son of Sir M. Blakiston, 3rd Baronet, b. 1811. Trin. Coll. Dublin. Succeeded his father 1862.

Blancard, John, 1805-9, b. 1790. Jesus Coll. Cam. Rector of Middleton, Yorks.

Bland,* George Templeman, 1838. St. John's Coll. Cam.

Bland, Miles, 1841-47. Son of Rev. Miles Bland, DD. of Ramsgate, b. 1828. St. John's Coll. Cam. Curate of Saltwood, Kent, d.

Bland,* Robert James, 1825. Son of Rev. Robert Bland, author of several poetical works, b. 1814. Jesus Coll. Cam. Vicar of Tutbury. Chaplain in India.

Bland, Thomas, 1823, b. 1810. Solicitor in London.

Blane,* George Rodney, 1800-5. Son of Sir Gilbert Blane, Bart., Physician to the Prince Regent, b. 1791, d. 1833.

Blane, Gilbert Gardner, 1800-4. Brother of the above, b. 1787, d. 1833.

Blane (Sir) Hugh Seymour (Bart.), 1803-7. Brother of the above, b. 1795. East India Co.'s Service. Succeeded his father 1834, d. 1869.

Blane, Robert, 1820, b. 1809. Trin. Coll. Cam.

Blaxland, George Cuthbert, 1867-71. Son of George Blaxland, of Lesness Heath, Kent, b. 1852. Scholar of Pemb. Coll. Oxf. 1st Class Mods. 2nd Class Lit. Hum. Student of Ch. Ch. Curate of Saffron Walden,

Blencowe, Edward, 1815. Son of Saml. Blencowe, of Marston St. Lawrence, Northants, b. 1805. Wadham Coll. Oxf. 1st Class Lit. Hum. Fellow of Oriel. Holy Orders, d. 1840.

Blencowe, Edward Willis, 1820. Son of Robt. Willis Blencowe, b. 1810. Army. Drowned at the Cape, 1833.

Blencowe, George, 1815-17, b. 1803.

Blencowe, Robert, 1815-17, b. 1801. Barrister.

Blenkiron, Thomas Walter, 1877. Son of T. Blenkiron, of Horne Park, Lee, Kent, b. 1864.

Blois, Thomas Francis, 1820. Son of Sir Charles Blois, Bart., of Grundisburgh Hall, Suffolk, b. 1807. 11th Bengal Native Infantry. Medal. Retired Lieut.-Col. 1856, d.

Blomfield, Charles James, 1874. Son of Arthur W. Blomfield, Architect.

Blomfield,* Edward George, 1865. Son of Rev. Geo. John Blomfield (below), b. 1853. Trin. Coll. Oxf. Curate of St. Mary's, Portsea.

Blomfield, Edward Henry, 1840. Son of Rev. Jas. Blomfield, Rector of Orsett, Essex, b. 1824. Madras Staff Corps, Major-Genl. retired 1875.

Blomfield,* George James, 1843-50. Son of Rev. G. B. Blomfield, Canon of Chester, b. 1831. Ch. Coll. Cam. Rector of Norton, Somerset.

Blomfield,* George John, 1834-41. Brother of E. H. Blomfield (above), b. 1822. Ex. Coll. Oxf. Rector of Aldrington, E. Kent, and Rural Dean.

Blore,* George John, 1848-55. Son of Edwd. Blore, F.R.S. &c. (Architect), b. 1835. Gold Medal. Student and Tutor of Ch. Ch. Oxf. 1st Class in Mods, and Lit. Hum. 2nd Class Law, &c. Assistant Master, 1859. Head Master of the King's School, Canterbury.

Bloxam,* Andrew Roby, 1850-57. Son of Rev. Andrew Bloxam, Twycross, Leicester, b. 1839. Worc. Coll. Oxf. Notary Public, Christ Church, New Zealand.

Bloxam, Frank Richard, 1862-3. Son of Richard Bloxam, of Eltham, b. 1850.

Blunt, Edward Walter, 1875. Son of Major-Genl. Charles H. Blunt, b. 1860. R.M. Academy, Woolwich.

Blunt, George, 1817, b. 1805.

Blunt, Henry, 1817, b. 1806.

Blunt, Herbert Arthur Scawen, 1874. Son of Rev. H. G. S. Blunt, Rector of St. Andrew's, Holborn.

Blunt, Walter, 1821, b. 1809. Caius Coll. Cam. Rector of Bicknor, Maidstone.

Blunt, Walter Brand Frederick, 1877. Son of the Ven. Archdeacon Blunt, of Scarborough, b. 1863.

Boddam, William Tudor, 1818. Son of Rawson Hart Boddam, Govr. of Bombay, b. 1804, d. 1876.

Boddington, Reginald Brook, 1821. Son of Benjamin Boddington, of Burcher Titley, Herefordshire, b. 1809. Royal Navy, 1824-28. Afterwards 23rd Madras Native Infantry. J.P. and D.L. for Herefordshire, d. 1863.

Bode, Edward, 1836-39. Indian Navy, d. 1854.

Bode, Henry, 1838-40. Son of William Bode, of Hare Hatch, Berks, b. 1825. Clerk in the Foreign Office.

Bode,* John Ernest, 1829-31. Son of Wm. Bode, b. 1816. Orator. Student of Ch. Ch. Oxf. 1st Class Lit. Hum. Hertford Scholar. Rector of Castle-Camps, d. 1874.

Bode, William, 1826, b. 1818. Post Office (Foreign Service).

Boger, Henry Western Otway, 1878. Son of W. S. Boger (below).

Boger, Hext, 1847-53. Son of Deeble Boger, b. 1837. Solicitor, Stonehouse, Devonport.

Boger, William Shadforth, 1847-51. Son of George T. Boger, of Hastings, formerly Royal Artillery, b. 1833. Emm. Coll. Cam. War Office. Retired 1871.

Boisragon, Alfred, 1878. Son of Col. Boisragon, Bengal Staff Corps.

Bolger, George, 1816-18, b. 1800.

Bolton, William Henry, 1854-56. Son of Thos. Bolton, of Kinver, b. 1839. Went to King's College. Scholar of Trin. Coll. Cam. Wrangler. Head Master of Kinver Grammar School.

Bompas, Charles Steele Murchison, 1876. Son of G. C. Bompas, b. 1862. London University.

Bompas, Harold Buckland, 1876. Brother of the above, b. 1863.

Bonham, Edward Walter (C.B.), 1820. Son of Henry Bonham, M.P. b. 1809. Foreign Office. Late Consul General at Naples.

Bonham, Henry Frederic, 1820. Brother of the above, b. 1808. Col. 10th Hussars, d. 1856.

Bonner, Charles Edward, 1874. Son of C. F. Bonner, of Ayscoughfee Hall Spalding, b. 1860. Trin. Hall, Cam.

Bonner, James Tillard, 1845-47. Son of the late Chas. Bonner, of Spalding, b. 1830. Linc, and New Colls. Oxf. Vicar of Hale Magna.

Bonney, Thomas, 1816, b. 1802. Orator. Clare Hall, Cam. Holy Orders. Master of Rugely School, d. 1853.

Bonney, Thomas George, 1847-48. Son of the above, b. 1833. Fellow and Tutor of St. John's Coll. Cam. 12th Wrangler. Professor of Geology in Univ. Coll. London.

Boodle, Edward, 1813-18, b. 1800. Barrister, d. 1873.

Boodle, Henry Mitford, 1813. Brother of the above, b. 1802. Solicitor at London and Tunbridge Wells, d. 1878.

Boodle, John, 1815. Son of John Boodle, Heath Farm, Watford, b. 1806. Solicitor in London.

Boodle, William Chilver, 1817. Brother of the above, b. 1808. Conveyancer.

Boone, James Shergold, 1812-16. Son of Thos. Boone, of Sunbury, b. 1798. Gold Medal. Student of Ch. Ch. Oxf. Craven Scholar, &c. Incumbent of St. John's, Paddington, d. 1859.

Booth,      , 1803.

Boothby* (Sir) Brooke William Robert (10th Baronet), 1819. Son of Sir Willm. Boothby, Bart. b. 1809. Ch. Ch. Oxf. Fellow of All Soul's. Succeeded his father 1846. Rector of Welwyn, d. 1865.

Boothby, Cecil Brooke, 1824. Brother of the above, b. 1813 Ch. Ch. Oxf.

Boothby, Charles Edward, 1836-37. Son of Rev. Brooke Boothby, b. 1821. Formerly in the Privy Council Office and Secy. to the late Marquis of Lansdowne and Earl Granville. Ranger of Needwood forest.

Boothby,* Evelyn, 1838-40. Son of Rev. Charles Boothby, Prebendary of Southwell, and Vicar of Sutterton, Lincolnshire, b. 1825. Univ. Coll. Oxf. Rector of Whitwell, d. 1874.

Boothby, Henry Brooke, 1831-36. Brother of C. E. Boothby (above), b. 1816. Orator. Durham University. Vicar of Lissington.

Boothby, John George, 1838-39. Brother of the above, b. 1824. Royal Artillery. Served in the Crimea, &c. Major-Genl. d. 1876.

Boothby, William Henry, 1838-40. Brother of Evelyn Boothby, b. 1823. Corpus Coll. Cam. Vicar of Hawksbury.

Boreham, Reginald Thorpe Joseph, 1865-70. Son of W. W. Boreham, of Haverhill, Suffolk, b. 1855. Univ. Coll. Lond., d. 1874.

Boreham, Walter Long, 1859. Brother of the above, b. 1848. Ch. Coll. Cam. Barrister.

Boreham, William Chalklen, 1859-63. Brother of the above, b. 1846. Melbourne, Australia.

Borradaile, Alfred, 1878. Son of A. Borradaile. E.I. Civil Service, b, 1864.

Borradaile, Henry Benjamin, 1874. Brother of the above. R.M. Coll. Sandhurst.

Borrer,* Charles Alexander, 1855-62. Son of Rev. C. H. Borrer, of Hurstpierpoint, Sussex, b. 1843. Ch. Ch. Oxf. Rector of Hope Mansell, Herefordshire.

Borrett, Thomas Percy, 1852-57. Son of Thomas Borrett, of Bryanstone Square, b. 1840. Solicitor in London.

Borrett,* William Penrice, 1818-22. Son of Giles Borrett, of Great Yarmouth, b. 1803. Gold Medal. Fellow of Caius Coll. Cam. Vicar of Siston, d. 1847.

Borthwick, George Augustus, 1874. Son of George Borthwick, b. 1859.

Borthwick, William Henry, 1847-48. Son of John Borthwick, of Crookston and Borthwick, Midlothian; b. 1832.

Borton, Silvanus Key, 1863. Son of the Rev. Canon Borton, b. 1853. Talbot Scholar, 1871. King's Coll. Cam. 3rd Class Classical and Theol. Tripos. Curate of S. Saviour's, Eastbourne.

Boscawen, George Henry, 1873. Son of Hon. and Rev. John Townshend Boscawen, b. 1859, of Lamorran, Cornwall.

Bostock, John Ashton (C.B.), 1828. Son of Dr. J. Bostock, b. 1815. Trin. Coll. Cam. Hon. Dep. Surgeon-General, Hon. Surgeon to Her Majesty. Served with the Buffs at the battle of Punniar, 1843 (Bronze Star); with the Scots Guards in the Crimea, Medal and four clasps. Companion of the Bath, &c.

Bosworth, Frederick William, 1840-44. Son of T. H. Bosworth, of Westerham, b. 1825. Silver Medal. Post-Master of Merton Coll. Oxf. Barrister, d. 1867.

Bosworth, Percy Mackie, 1847-51. Brother of the above, b. 1834. Lieut. 42nd Highlanders. Served in India during the Mutiny. Lucknow Medal. Died in India 1858.

Boulton, George, 1808-11, b. 1798.

Boulton, Godfrey, 1871. Son of James Boulton, Solicitor, b. 1858. Trin. Hall, Cam.

Boulton, Henry Edward, 1824, b. 1812.

Boulton, Thomas, 1808-11 b. 1798.

Bourchier,      , 1801-2.

Bourchier, Edward, 1824, b. 1810. Emm. Coll. Cam. Rector of Bramfield, Herts. Father of Sir Geo. Bourchier.

Bourchier, Robert Francis, 1817, b. 1804.

Bourdieu, John Henry, 1822, b. 1811. Indian Artillery.

Bourdillon, James, 1823. Son of Jas. Bourdillon, Bedford Square, London, b. 1812. Barrister.

Bourdillon, Stafford, 1823. Brother of the above, b. 1814. Abbotstone, Whiteparish, near Salisbury.

Bourke,* Walter Longley, 1870. Son of Hon. and Rev. G. W. Bourke, b. 1859.

Bourne, Cornelius, 1820, b. 1807.

Bourne, Herbert John, 1875. Son of J. S. Bourne, of Camp Hill, Nuneaton.

Bourne, Joseph Handforth, 1873. Son of Rev. J. G. Bourne, Rector of Broome, Stourbridge, b. 1860.

Bouwens, Charles Augustus Theodore, 1856-61. Son of the late Rev. Theodore Bouwens, b. 1842. Ch. Ch. Oxf. Emigrated to Australia, d. 1874.

Bovell, Alfred Farre, 1851-56. Son of John Roach Bovell (below), b. 1838. British Museum, d. 1860.

Bovell, John, 1815-17. Son of Mr. Bovell, of Barbados. Medical Practitioner, b. 1801, d. 1837.

Bovell, John Roach, 1815. Brother of the above, b. 1803. Silver Medal. Trin. Coll. Cam. d. 1852.

Bovell, Michael Nihell, 1815-18. Brother of the above, b. 1805. Trin. Coll. Cam. Curate of Windlesham, d. 1877.

Bowen, Charles Andrew, 1846-49. Son of Revd. Edward Bowen, of Taughboyne, Donegal, b. 1835. Merchant.

Bowen,* Edward, 1839-46. Brother of the above, b. 1823. Orator. Univ. Coll. Oxf. Archdeacon of Raphoe.

Bowen* (Sir) George Ferguson (Knt.), 1833-40. Brother of the above, b. 1821. Silver Medals. Orator. Scholar of Trin. Coll. Oxf. 1st Class Lit. Hum. Fellow of B.N.C. Chief Sec. to the Government of the Ionian Islands 1854-59. Successively Governor of Queensland, New Zealand, Victoria, and Mauritius (1878). Knighted 1860. G.C.M.G.

Bower, Charles Uppleby, 1853-56. Son of Thomas Bower, Hankelow Hall, Nantwich, Chesire, b. 1837. St. John's Coll. Cam. Junior Opt. Formerly Head Master of Stafford Grammar School. Rector of Wolferlow.

Bower, Francis Chivers, 1875. Son of Edward Chivers Bower, oo Wadworth Hall, Doncaster. ———    R.M. Academy, Woolwich.

Bowes, Bernard, 1820, b. 1805.

Bowlby, Henry Thomas, 1877. Son of Rev. H. B. Bowlby, Rector of St. Philip's, Birmingham.

Bowman, David, 1810.

Bowyear, William Francis, 1823, b. 1815.

Box,* Arthur Gould, 1871-75. Son of Rev. H. A. Box (below), b. 1858.

Box, Henry Adderly, 1835-39. Son of George M. Box, of Doctor's Common, b. 1819. Gold and Silver Medals. Scholar of Wadham Coll. Oxf. Curate of Heavitree, Exeter, d. 1869.

Box, John, 1821. Brother of the above, b. 1807.

Box, Kitson, 1835-40. Brother of the above, b. 1825. Merchant in So. America, d. 1858.

Box, William Frederick, 1835-38. Brother of the above, b. 1821. Indian Navy, d. 1858.

Boyce, Herbert Ridley, 1869-71. Son of Matthias Boyce, Solicitor, b. 1856.

Boyd* (Sir) Frederick (Bart.), 1831-39. Son of the late Sir John Boyd, Bart., b. 1820. Orator. Univ. Coll. Oxf. Rector of Wouldham, Kent.

Boyd, Frederick Blackhall, 1844-48, b. 1830. Trin Coll. Cam. Indian Army. Killed in action 1857.

Boyle,* Cavendish Charles, 1861. Son of Capt. C. S. Boyle (below), b. 1849. Thackeray Prize. Probate Court.

Boyle,* Cavendish Spencer, 1824. Son of Adml. the Honl. Sir Courtenay Boyle, and nephew of the 8th Earl of Cork, b. 1814. Ch. Ch. Oxf. 48th and 72nd Regts. Retired Capt. 1846. Governor D. M. P., Weedon, 1853, d. 1868.

Boyle, Charles Fremoult, 1869. Son of Capt. Robert Boyle, R.A. b. 1857. Now in Canada.

Boyle,* Charles John, 1814. Brother of Cavendish Spencer Boyle (above), b. 1806. Orator. Fellow of All Souls Coll. Oxf. Diplomatic Service.

Boyle,* Courtenay Edmund, 1857-63. Son of Cavendish Sp. Boyle (above), b. 1845. Orator. Silver Medal, &c. Student Ch. Ch. Oxf. 3rd Class Lit. Hum. Private Sec. to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, 1868-73. Inspector Local Govt. Board 1873.

Boyle, Ernest Patrick, 1874. Son of Chas. John Boyle (above), b, 1860. Vancouver's Island.

Boyle, George David, 1843-47. Son of Rt. Hon. David Boyle, of Shewalton, b. 1828. Ex. Coll. Oxf. Vicar of Kidderminster. Hon. Canon of Worcester.

Boyle, Hon. Robert John Lascelles, 1878. Son of the Earl of Cork and Orrery, K P. b. 1864.

Boyman, Richard Pitsdey, 1819-20, b. 1806.

Boys,* Charles, 1820. Son of Capt. Boys, R.N. b. 1809. Mert. Coll. Oxf. Vicar of Wing, Rutlandshire.

Boys,* Edward, 1827, b. 1814. St. John's Coll. Cam.

Brackenbury, Robert Carr N. 1818. Eldest son of Sir John Brackenbury, formerly H.M. Consul at Cadiz, b. 1803. Linc. Coll. Oxf. Rector of Brocklesby Lincolnshire, deceased.

Brackenbury,* Walter Charles, 1832-40. Son of Rev. Joseph Brackenbury, b. 1822. Indian Army. 30th Madras N.I. Auckland, New Zealand.

Bradburne, Charles, 1803-5.

Braddyl, Edward Stanley, 1820. Son of Thomas Richmond Gale Braddyll, of Conishead Priory, Lanc. b. 1807.

Bradford, Charles William, 1846-49. Son of James Bradford, of Swindon, b. 1830. B.N.C. Oxf. Vicar of Clyffe-Pypard, Wilts.

Bradford, Francis Richard, 1849-51. Brother of the above, b. 1835. Lieut. 5th Fusiliers ; retired 1857. Registrar of the Supreme Court of Penang.

Bramley, Henry, 1846-48. Son of Richard Bramley, of Leeds, b. 1830. Silver Medal. Trin. Coll. Cam. Vicar of Uffculme, Devon.

Bramley, Richard, 1846-48. Brother of the above, b. 1829. Scholar B.N.C: Oxf. Incumbent of Kirkdale, York.

Brandreth, Frederick, 1823. Second son of late J. P. Brandreth, M.D. b. 1812. Scots Guards. Retired Lieut.-Col. 1848. Took the name of Gandy through his marriage with the heiress of James Gandy, Heaves, Westmoreland.

Brandreth, William Harper, 1823. Twin brother of the above, b. 1812. Ch. Ch. Oxf. Rector of Standish, Wigan. Hon. Canon of Manchester.

Brassey,* Gordon, 1837-42, b. 1826. Clerk in the Bank of England. 3rd Light Dragoons.

Brassey, Nathl. Richard, 1821, b. 1806.

Braithwaite, Francis Gretton Coleridge, 1849-53. Son of the Ven. F. R. Brathwaite, late Archdeacon of St. Christophers, W. Indies, b. 1834. Ball. Coll. Oxf. Curate of St. Mary Magdalene, Munster Square.

Braund, George Percival, 1878. Son of George Braund, of Barrow-upon-Soar.

Breton, George Augustus, 1824, b. 1808.

Bridge, Thomas Finch Hobday, 1817. Son of Thomas Bridge, of Harwich, b. 1807. Ch. Ch. Oxf. Double 2nd Class. Archdeacon of Newfoundland, d.

Bridger, John, 1823, b. 1811. St. Cath. Coll. Cam. Rector of Charlton by Dover.

Brietzcke, George John, 1822, b. 1809. 49th Bengal N.I. d. 1840.

Briggs, Adolphus, 1835-38.

Briggs, Thomas, 1818, b. 1805. Caius Coll. Cam. d.

Briggs, Thomas Carter, 1822, b. 1813. Worc. Coll. Oxf. Barrister.

Briggs, William Sturgis, 1828, b. 1818.

Bright, John Edward, 1823-29. Son of Dr. John Bright, of Birmingham, b. 1810. Gold Medal. Student of Ch. Ch. Oxf. Barrister.

Brine, James Edward Bouverie, 1865. Son of Rev. J. G. Brine, and grandson of Rev. Dr. Pusey, b. 1855. Ch. Ch. Oxf. Holy Orders.

Brine, Philip Arthur Sherard, 1871. Brother of the above, b. 1861.

Brinton, Selwyn John Curwen, 1872. Son of John Brinton, of Moor Hall, Worcestersh., b. 1859. Trin. Coll. Cam.

Briscoe, William Kyffin Bostock, 1843-46. Son of Richard Briscoe, of Wrexham. b. 1828. Scholar and Fellow of Jesus Coll. Oxf. 2nd Class Lit. Hum. Rector of Shipton-on-Stour.

Broadwood, Robert George, 1876. Son of the late Thomas Broadwood, of Holmbush, Sussex.

Brockhurst, Joseph Sumner, 1819, b. 1805. St. John's Coll. Cam. Chancellor's Medal for English Verse, 1824. Master of Camberwell Proprietary School.

Brockman, William Lock, 1816. Son of Rev. Julius Drake Brockman, Rector of Cheriton, Kent. b. 1803. Emigrated to Australia. Member of the Legislative Council. Died in Australia 1872.

Broderick, John Lawrence, 1839-40, b. 1825. 18th Foot. Drowned on his passage out to China, 1843.

Brodie, George, 1854-62. Son of Peter Bellinger Brodie. b. 1844. Conveyancer.

Brodie,* Robert, 1849-58. Brother of the above, b. 1840. Gold Medal. Orator, &c. Ball. Coll. Scholar of Trinity, and Student and Tutor of Ch. Ch. Oxf. Head Master of Whitgift School, Croydon.

Brome, Charles John Bythesea, 1826. Son of the late Charles Brome, of West Mailing, Kent. b. 1811, d. 1878.

Brome, John, 1823, b. 1809. Gold Medal. Trin. Coll. Cam.

Brooke, George Nathl., 1821, b. 1812.

Brooks, Benjamin, 1817, b. 1802. Solicitor in London.

Brooks, George, 1822, b. 1809.

Brooks,* James Henry, 1876. Son of James Henry Brooks, of Seychelles, b. 1863.

Brooks, Thomas, 1825, b. 1812.

Brooksbank,* Charles, 1823. Son of Thomas Constantine Brooksbank. b. 1812. Ch. Ch. Oxf. Denver Prizeman. Formerly Vicar of Blakeney.

Broughton, Henry, 1825, b. 1809.

Broughton, Robert, 1838.

Brown, Charles Edward, 1819, b. 1806. Tostock Place, Bury St. Edmund's.

Brown, Edward Cyril, 1872. Second son of Geo. J. E. Brown, of Tostock, Suffolk, b. 1857.

Brown,* Ernest Faulkner, 1865. Son of William Brown, of Chester, b. 1854. Scholar of Univ. Coll. Oxf. 1st Class Mods. Curate of St. Margaret, Anfield, Liverpool.

Brown,* Francis Faulkner, 1862. Brother of the above. b. 1851. Caius Coll. Cam. Curzon Park, Chester.

Brown, Francis John, 1819, b. 1809.

Brown,* Frederick Hewlett, 1875. Son of Thos. Edwin Burton Brown, M.D. Indian Medical Service.

Brown, Harry Faulkner, 1869-70. Brother of Francis Faulkner Brown (above), b. 1857.

Brown, James, 1820, b. 1808. E. India Company's Service, d. 1840.

Brown, Louis Faulkner, 1859-64. Brother of Harry Faulkner Brown (above), b. 1840. Lieut. R.E. Serving in Afghan War.

Brown, Maurice Theodore Kenworthy, 1876. Son of Rev. T. K. Brown, Rector of Brockhall, Northants. b. 1862.

Brown, Rawdon Lubbock, 1820, b. 1806.

Brown, Robert James, 1823, b. 1812.

Brown, Thomas, 1802-5.

Brown, Thomas, 1820, b. 1807. Magd. Hall, Oxf. Barrister. Newcastle-on-Tyne.

Brown, William Baker, 1878. Son of Isaac Baker Brown, F.R.C.S. b. 1864.

Browne, Samuel Sneade, 1821, b. 1809.

Browne, Thomas Bingley, 1818, b. 1808.

Browne, Thomas Brame, 1827, b. 1813.

Browning, Benjamin Russell Hamond, 1850-51, b. 1835. Surgeon R.N.

Bruère, Henry Sadlier, 1819. Son of William Sadlier Bruère, of Northumberland, b. 1809. Capt. 43rd Regt. d.

Bruère, James Graham Sadlier, 1819. Brother of the above. b. 1807. East India Civil Service.

Bruère, William Sadlier, 1819. Brother of the above, b. 1805. Jes. Coll. Cam. Died 1844.

Brutton,* Edward, 1848-54, b. 1837. 57th Regt. Crimea. China. Taku Forts New Zealand War. Frequently mentioned in despatches. 2 Medals and Clasps. Retired Captain 1870. Now Head of the Devon County Police.

Bryden, James, 1861-63, b. 1851.

Bryden, William Frith, 1859-64, b. 1848.

Buchanan, Alfred Morris, 1867-68, b. 1856.

Buchanan, George Rudolph, 1867-68, b. 1855.

Buckingham, Joseph Charles, 1876. Son of Joseph Hicks Buckingham, 29, Lancaster Gate, London, b. 1864.

Buckley, Edmund, 1873. Son of Capt. Buckley.

Buckley, Francis, 1873. Brother of the above.

Buckley,* Henry William, 1814-16. Son of Edward Pery Buckley, of Woolcombe Hall, Dorset, b. 1800. B.N.C. and Mert. Colls. Oxf. Rector of Hartshorne, Derbyshire.

Bucknor, Richard James, 1823, b. 1808.

Buckwell, Eustace Arthur, 1863, b. 1847.

Budd, Thomas William, 1814, b. 1805. Solicitor in London.

Bulkeley, Llewelyn Thomas, 1851-56. Son of G. T. Bulkeley, of Horton, Bucks. Worc. Coll. Oxf. Holy Orders. Office of the National Society, Westminster.

Bullock, Edward, 1831. Son of Rev. John Bullock, Rector of Radwinter, b. 1818; died in Canada.

Bullock, John Frederick, 1823. Brother of the above. b. 1809. Clare Hall, Cam. (B.A. 1831). Rector of Radwinter, d.

Bullock, John Frederick Watkinson. 1854-60. Son of the above, b. 1840. St. Peter's Coll. Cam. Rector of Radwinter.

Bullock, St. George, 1823. Brother of Edward Bullock (above), b. 1812. Clare Coll. Cam. Died in Canada.

Bulwer, Erasmus Wigget, 1821. Son of Rev. Dr. Augustine Bulwer, Rector of Heydon, Norfolk. . 1809. Pem. Coll. Cam. d. 1828.

Bulwer (Sir) Henry Lytton (K.C.M.G.), 1850-55. Youngest son of William E. Lytton Bulwer, of Heydon Hall, Norfolk, b. 1836. Silver Medal for English Verse. Trin. Coll. Cam. Governor of Natal.

Bunbury, Hugh Mill, 1814-15, b. 1802.

Bunyon, Charles Spencer, 1818. Son of Charles Bunyon, of Bombay, b. 1805. New Coll. Oxf. 2nd Class Lit. Hum. Army. Retired 1836.

Burchell,      , 1803.

Burd, Edward Lycett, 1875. Son of Dr. Burd, of Shrewsbury.

Burdett, Francis, 1829. Eldest son of William Jones Burdett, of Copt Hall, Twickenham, Middlesex, b. 1813. Trin. Coll. Cam. 17th Dragoons. Lieut.-Col. 1848. Retired.

Burdett, William Jones, 1829. Son of William Jones Burdett, and grandson of Sir Robert Burdett, D.C.L. b. 1814. Trin. Coll. Cam. d. 1858.

Burdon, Cotsford Mathews, 1873. Son of C. Burdon, Parkhurst House, Haslemere.

Burgess, Henry Gilbert, 1837-41. Son of Henry W. Burgess, Artist, of Sloane Street, b. 1823. St. John's Coll. Cam. Clerk in Ordnance Office; deceased.

Burgess, James Robert, 1820. Son of W. R. Burgess, and nephew of Bishop Burgess, of St. David's, b. 1809. Oriel Coll. Oxf. Vicar of Streatley, Berks; deceased.

Burnett, Charles Henry, 1852-55. From Alton, Hants. b. 1837. Caius Coll. Cam.

Burnett, Montague, 1852-59. Brother of the above, b. 1851. Scholar of Queens Coll. Cam. Curate of All Saints, Clifton.

Burnside, Francis Rashleigh, 1867-70. Son of Rev. A. W. Burnside, late Vicar of Farningham, Kent. b. 1852.

Burnthorn, William, 1810.

Burr, John Macdonald, 1821, b. 1808.

Burrell, Peter Robert (Lord Gwydyr), 1823. Son of Lindsay Merrik Peter Burrell. b. 1810.

Burroughes, Burkin, 1818, b. 1803.

Burroughes, Thomas Deye, 1815-18, b. 1800. Army. Guards.

Burrows,* Alfred, 1872. Son of Montagu Burrows, Capt. R.N. and Professor of Modern History at Oxford, b. 1860. C. C. C. Oxf.

Burrows, Basil, 1872. Son of Rev. L. F. Burrows (below). Scholar of Hertford Coll. Oxf.

Burrows, Leonard Francis, 1834-39. Son of the late Maj.-Gen. Burrows, b. 1822. Scholar and Fellow of Wadh. Coll. Oxf. 1st Class Lit. Hum. Assistant Master at Charterhouse and Rugby. Vicar of Witley.

Burrows, Leonard Hedley, 1872. Son of the above. New Coll. Oxf.

Burton, Arthur George Teer, 1875. Son of J. S. Burton, Woodland Lodge, Blackheath.

Burton, Charles Eneas, 1820. Son of Major Charles William Burton, b. 1812. E. I. Co. Service.

Burton, Clarke Watkins, 1841-45, b. 1828. Clare Coll. Cam. Rector of Cliburn, Penrith.

Burton, Francis, 1824, b. 1809.

Bury, Charles, 1815. Son of James Bury, of St. Leonards, Nazing, Essex, b. 1804. Bengal Civil Service, d. 1876.

Bury, Edmund, 1809-14. Brother of the above, b. 1797. East India Company's Service ; died in India 1824.

Bury, Horatio, 1815. Brother of the above, b. 1806. 3rd Bombay Cavalry. Killed in action in India 1842.

Bury, James Frederick, 1809-13. Brother of the above. b. 1796. No profession; d. 1860.

Bury, William Shepherd, 1810-15. Brother of the above. b. 1798. Major Indian Army, d. 1852.

Busfeild Charles Johnson, 1817. Son of the Rev. J. A. Busfeild, D.D. b. 1804.

Busfeild, William, 1816-17. Brother of the above, b. 1802. Univ. Coll. Oxf. Rector of Keighley, Yorks, d. 1878.

Bushby, William John, 1802-7. Son of William Bushby, of Kirkmichael, Dumfriesshire, b. 1793. E. I. Co's. Service. Drowned in India.

Bushe-Fox, Loftus Henry Kendal, 1878. Son of Major Bushe-Fox.

Bushnell,* George Alexander, 1864, b. 1851.

Bussell,* Frederick William, 1876. Son of the late Rev. Frederick Bussell, Vicar of Marlow, Bucks, b. 1862.

Butler, Ferdinand Dick, 1845-47, b. 1837.

Butler, Francis, 1846-49, b. 1833.

Butler, Henry Richard, 1872. Son of Philip Butler, 40, Queen's Gate Terrace, Kensington, b. 1859. Lieut. R.A.

Butler, William John Chesshyre, 1877. Brother of the above.

Butt, Augustine Henry, 1873. Son of Rev. G. Butt, Vicar of Chesterfield, Derbyshire.--C. C. Coll. Cam.

Butter, Albert, 1858-61. Son of Archibald Butter, of Faskally, Perthshire, b. 1844. Banker in Edinburgh.

Butter,* James, 1853-61. Brother of the above, b. 1843. Talbot Medal. Orator. Ball. Coll. Oxf. Assist. Master. Formerly Rector of Horseheath, Cam. Vicar of St. Michael and All Angels, Coventry.

Butts, Edward B., 1831, b. 1819. Vicar of Melplash, Bridport, d.

Byng, Edmund Henry, 1874. Son of Hon. and Rev. F. C. Byng, Chaplain to the House of Commons.

Byng,* Francis Russell, 1865. Son of late Major the Hon. Robt. B. P. Byng, and nephew of Viscount Torrington. b. 1853.

Byng,* John Morice, 1858. Son of Rev. John Byng, Rector of Boxford. b. 1846. Jesus Coll. Cam. Rector of Wymondham.

Byron, Cecil, 1824. Son of Thomas Byron, M.P., of Bayford House, Herts, b. 1812. Emigrated to Australia; died on his way home, 1849.

Byron,* Hon. William, 1841-50. Son of the 7th Lord Byron. b. 1831. Ball. Coll. and Fellow of All Souls', Oxf. Rector of Stow-Langtoft.