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Fagan, Christopher George, 1820. Son of Col. G. H. Fagan, Adj.-General of the Bengal Army. b. 1812. 8th Bengal Cavalry. Lieut.-Col. retired; deceased.

Fagan, Christopher Weston, 1820. Son of Major-General Christopher Fagan, Bengal Army. b. 1811. Bengal Civil Service, d. 1856.

Fagge (Sir) John (Bart.), 1812-16. Son of Sir John Fagge, of Mystole, Kent. 6th Bart. b. 1798. Ch. Ch. Oxf. Succeeded his father 1822. d. 1873.

Fagge, John William, 1812. Brother of the above, b. 1801, d. 1840.

Fair, James Alexr. Stretton, 1877. Son of Thomas Fair, of Lytham, Lanc. b. 1863.

Fairbairn, Thomas James Alexander Browne, 1820, b. 1808.

Fairles, Gustavus William, 1859-63, b. 1847.

Fairlie, Frank Archibald, 1878. Son of Robert Francis Fairlie, Woodlands, Clapham. b. 1864.

Fairlie,* Herbert James, 1841-42, b. 1830. 10th Hussars. 4th Dragoons. Turkish Contingent.

Fairlie, James Ogilvie, 1820. Son of William Fairlie, of Coodham. b. 1809. Formerly in the 2nd Life Guards. Of Coodham, Ayrshire, d.

Fairlie, Robert George, 1877. Brother of F. A. Fairlie (above).

Falcon, Robert Worgan, 1875. Son of Antony B. Falcon, of Cheltenham, b. 1864.

Falkner,* Henry, 1825, b. 1815. Solicitor at Southwell, Notts.

Fane, Arthur, 1823. Son of Genl. Sir Henry Fane, G.C.B. of Fulbeck, Lincolnshire, b. 1809. Ex. Coll. Oxf. Rector of Fulbeck, Lincoln. Domestic Chaplain to the Earl of Westmoreland. Prebendary of Salisbury, d. 1872.

Fane,* Charles Thorold, 1832-38. Son of Rev. E. Fane, Rector of Fulbeck. b. 1822. Partner in Messrs. Child's Bank, Temple Bar.

Fane, Frederick Adrian Scrope, 1823. Son of John Fane, of Wormsley, Oxfordshire, b. 1810. Trin. Coll. Oxf. Perpet. Curate of Norton Mandeville, Essex.

Fane, Henry Edward Hamlyn, 1832. Eldest son of Rev. E. Fane, of Fulbeck, Linc. b. 1817. 17th Regt. Major 4th Light Dragoons. Took the additional name of Hamlyn on his marriage. M.P. for South Hants 1865-68, d. 1868.

Fane, Henry Prinsep, 1835-39. Son of William Fane (below), Bengal Civil Service, 1842-68. b. 1822. Fulbeck Hall, Grantham.

Fane, Robert George Cecil, 1808-13. Son of the Hon. Henry Fane, and grandson of 8th Earl of Westmoreland. b. 1796. Demy and Fellow of Magd. Coll. Oxf. 1st Class Lit. Hum. Commissioner of the Court of Bankruptcy, d. 1864.

Fane,* Walter (C.B.), 1839-44. Son of Rev. E. Fane, Rector of Fulbeck. b. 1826. Commandant of "Fane's Horse." Lieut.-Col. 19th Bengal Light Cavalry. C.B. 1871. Retired Major-General.

Fane,* William, 1801-6. Son of the Hon. Henry Fane, of Fulbeck. b. 1789. Bengal Civil Service ; d. 1839.

Fane, William Dashwood, 1830. Son of the above, b. 1816. St. John's Coll. Cam. Wrangler. Barrister. Legal Assistant at the Board of Trade, 1856-67. Melbourne Hall, Derby.

Fane, William John Jervis, 1824, b. 1808.

Fanshawe, Charles, 1828. Son of Lieutenant-General E. Fanshawe, C.B. b. 1817. Major-Gen. R.E.

Fanshawe, Hew Dalrymple, 1828. Twin brother of the above, b. 1817. Lieut.-Col. unatt. Retired 1859.

Farnall,* Harry Burrard (C.B.), 1813. Son of Capt. Harry Farnall, R.N. b. 1802. Downing Coll. Cam. Poor Law Inspector.

Farquhar, James, 1817, b. 1805. Solicitor in London.

Farquhar, Thomas Newman, 1818, b. 1808. Solicitor in London.

Farr, Samuel Athill, 1827, b. 1811.

Farrar, Henry, 1813-14. Son of Thomas Farrar. b. 1798. Ex. Coll. Oxf. Barrister.

Farre, Alfred, 1818. Son of the late {{DNB lkpl|Farre, John Richard|John R. Farre]], M.D. b. 1808, d. 1820.

Farre, Arthur (F.R.S.), 1821-27. Brother of the above. b. 1811. Caius Coll. Cam. M.D. 1841. F.R.C.P.L. Holds many distinguished appointments. Physician Extraordinary to the Queen. Physician Accoucheur to H.R.H. the Princess of Wales, &c.

Farre, Benjamin, 1827. Brother of the above, b. 1817. Settled in Australia, d. 1872.

Farre, Frederic John, 1814-23. Brother of the above, b. 1804. Captain of the School. Gold Medal. St. John's Coll. Cam. Wrangler. M.D. 1837. F.R.C.P.L. Physician to St. Bartholomew's, 1835. Physician to Charterhouse. Treasurer of the College of Physicians, &c.

Farre, Henry William Richard, 1809-16. Brother of the above, b. 1799. Resides in Madeira.

Farre, John Richard, 1822. Brother of the above, b, 1813. St. John's Coll. Cam. M.D. 1837. Holy Orders, d. 1868.

Farrow, William Morley, 1853-56, b. 1838. Barrister.

Faulkner, Staffard Bett, 1878. Son of the late Colonel Henry D. Faulkner, b. 1864.
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Fawssett, Richard, 1822. Son of John Fawssett, of Horncastle, b. 1807. Line. Coll. Oxf. Vicar of Smeeton Westerly, Lincolnshire.

Fawssett, Thomas, 1824. Cousin of the above (also of Horncastle). b. 1810. Holy Orders.

Fawssett, Walter Barham, 1822, b. 1810. Died at Cambridge.

Fellowes, Edward, 1821. Son of the late W. H. Fellowes, M.P., of Ramsey Abbey, Hunts, b. 1809. St. John's Coll. Cam. Formerly Lieut. 15th Hussars. M.P. for Huntingdonshire since 1837.

Fellowes, Richard, 1823. (See Benyon). Brother of the above.

Fellowes, William Henry, 1819. Brother of the above. b. 1806, d. 1836.

Ferguson, Edwin Augustus, 1877. Son of Lieut.-Col. George Arthur Ferguson, of Pitfour, Aberdeenshire. b. 1864.

Ffitch, Samuel, 1812-13, b. 1804.

Fielding, Henry Johnes, 1847-52. Son of Rev. G. Fielding, Rector of North Ockenden, Essex, b. 1834. Ex. Coll. Oxf.

Finch, Louis Robert, 1877. Son of Rev. R. Finch, Rector of Pangbourne. b. 1862.

Finch-Hatton, Nigel Montagu, 1873. Son of Rev. W. R. Finch Hatton, Rector of Weldon, Wansford.

Finnimore, Benjamin Kington, 1873. Son of the late Major B. K. Finnimore, of the Bombay Artillery, b. 1859. Cooper's Hill College.

Firth,* Frederick Henry, 1865-74. Son of Frederick Thomas Firth, b. 1855.

Firth, Henry, 1815, b. 1801.

Fisher, Charles, 1820, b. 1806. St. John's Coll. Cam.

Fisher,* Edmund Conroy, 1838-42. Son of Rev. William Fisher, 1809 (below), b. 1828, d. 1842.

Fisher, Edward, 1872. Son of E. K. Fisher, Market Harboro'.

Fisher, Edward, 1876. Son of Rev. Osmond Fisher, Rector of Harleton, Cambs. b. 1863.

Fisher,* Francis, 1833-40. Son of the Ven. John Fisher, Archdeacon of Berks, b. 1822. Em. Coll. Cam. Vicar of Hillmarton, Wilts, d. 1858.

Fisher, George Ruggles, 1841-43. Son of Rev. Charles J. Fisher, Rector of Ovington, Essex, b. 1827. Jes. Coll. Cam. Indian Army. Chaplain to the Forces.

Fisher, George William, 1846-48. Son of Geo. Fisher, of Cambridge, b. 1835. Ch. Coll. Cam. Wrangler. Dioc. Inspector of Schools. Diocese of Rochester and St. Albans.

Fisher,* Herbert William, 1837-44. Son of the Rev. Wm. Fisher, Canon of Sarum (below), b. 1826. Orator. Gold Medal. Student of Ch. Ch. Oxf. 1st Class Lit. Hum. Tutor and Sec. to H.R.H. the Prince of Wales. Vice-Warden of the Stannaries of Cornwall and Devon.

Fisher,* John, 1802-6. Son of Rev. Dr. Fisher, Master of Charterhouse, b. 1788. Ch. Coll. Cam. Archdeacon and Canon of Sarum.

Fisher, John Turner, 1839-41. Son of Rev. C. J. Fisher, of Ovington. b. 1822. Univ. Coll. Oxf. Holy Orders. Hessenford, St. Germains, Cornwall.

Fisher,* Philip Manly, 1814. Son of Samuel Fisher, M.D. of Bath, and nephew of the Master, b. 1803, d. 1817.

Fisher,* Philip Scott, 1805-11. Son of Dr. Philip Fisher. b. 1794. Univ. Coll. Oxf. Law Scholar.

Fisher, Roger Horman, 1830. Son of late Roger S. Horman Fisher, of Freshford, Somerset, b. 1819. Ch. Ch. Oxf. Barrister.

Fisher, Thomas Cathrew, 1848. Son of Geo. Fisher, of Cambridge, b. 1833. Cath. Hall, Cam. Died in Sydney, N.S. Wales, 1860.

Fisher,* Wilfred, 1844-51. Son of Rev. William Fisher (below. 1809), b. 1832. Ch. Ch. Oxf. Assistant Master. Rector of Westwell, Burford.

Fisher,* William, 1809-15. Son of Rev. Dr. Fisher, the Master, b. 1798. Student of Ch. Ch. Oxf. 2nd Class Lit. Hum. Rector of Poulshot, Wilts. Canon of Sarum.

Fisher, William, 1831-37. Son of the Venl. John Fisher (above), b. 1820. 10th Bengal Light Cavalry. Killed at Moodkee, 1845.

Fiske-Harrison, 1806. (See Harrison).

Fitzgerald, Charles Cellarius, 1814, b. 1804.

Fitz-Herbert, Alleyne, 1824. Third son of late Sir Henry Fitzherbert, Bart. b. 1815. S. John's Coll. Cam. Wrangler. Holy Orders, d. 1860.

Fitz-Herbert, Anthony, 1828. Son of the late Sir Henry Fitz-Herbert, Bart. b. 1818. Went to Harrow School.

Fitz-Herbert, Richard Henry, 1819. Brother of the above. b. 1809. Rifle Brigade. Major, retired, 1847.

Fitz-Herbert (Sir) William (Bart.), 1819. Eldest brother of the above, b. 1808. Succeeded his father, 1858. Tissington Hall, Ashbourne.

Fitz-James, James John, 1823. b. 1808. St. John's Coll. Cam. Barrister. Drowned off Corunna in the Solway Steamer, 1843.

Fitz Patrick, Bernard Gowran, 1865. Son of J. Fitz-Patrick, Surgeon-Major Madras Army. b. 1850. Trin. Coll. Dublin. Curate of Coneysthorpe, Yorks. Formerly Clerk in the War Office.

Fitzroy, Augustus, 1822. Son of Lord Henry Fitzroy. b. 1809. Trin. Coll. Cam. Rector of Fakenham, d. 1869.

Fleet, Ernest James, 1859-62, b. 1850.

Fleet, Frederick Rooke, 1859-64, b. 1849.

Fletcher,* Miles Douglas, 1863, b. 1853. Keble Coll. Oxf. Curate of St. Thomas, Salisbury.

Floyd,* Charles Greenwood, 1841-49. Son of Major-Gen. Sir Henry Floyd, Bart. b. 1830. Orator. Gold Medal. Student of Ch. Ch. Oxf. Rector of Runcton-Holme.

Floyd,* Henry Ridout, 1846-52. Brother of the above, b. 1835. 25th Regt. Major, retired, 1873.

Floyer, Ernest Ayscoghe, 1865. Son of the Rev. A. Floyer, Vicar of Marshchapel, Lincs, b. 1852. Inspector-Genl. of Egyptian Telegraphs.

Follett, Frederick Charles, 1828. Son of Andrew Tucker Follett, of the Manor House, Paddington. b. 1815. Barrister.

Fonblanque, Albany William, 1801. Son of J. de Grenier Fontblanque, Q.C. b. 1793. Chief of the Statistical Department of the Board of Trade. Editor of the Examiner, &c. d. 1872.

Fonblanque, Alfred, 1850-52. Son of the above, b. 1839. Capt. R. Marines. China, Taku Forts. Medal and Clasps.

Fonblanque,* Bentham Albany, 1843-50. Brother of the above, b. 1832. Civil Service, d. 1870.

Foote, John Andrews, 1840-42. Son of William Foote, Surgeon, of Edgeware. b. 1827. M.A. Cantuar. Curate in charge of S. Michael and All Angels, Beckenham.

Foote,* John Alderson, 1860. Son of Capt. Foote, R.N. b. 1848. Prize Scholar. St. John's Coll. Cam. 1st Class Classical Tripos. Chancellor's Legal Medallist, &c., &c.

Forbes, Alexander, 1820. Son of James Forbes, of Kingareloch, Co. Argyle. b. 1810. East India Civil Service, Bengal. Judge.

Forbes, Charles Henry, 1819. Brother of the above, b. 1808. Of Kingareloch. J.P. and D.L. Argyleshire, d. 1876.

Forbes, Francis, 1820. Son of Bartholomew Forbes, Merchant of London, b. 1808. Indian Army. Brevet Major.

Forbes, George Forrest Greenlaw, 1874.

Forbes, Hugh, 1819, b. 1807.

Forbes, William Greenlaw, 1874.

Forbes-Robertson Johnston, 1865-68. Son of John Forbes Robertson, b. 1853. Painter and Player.

Forder, Percy Drake, 1874.

Forder, Charles, 1872.

Forester, Hon. Charles Robert Weld, 1822. Son of the 1st Baron Forester, b. 1811. Royal Horse Guards. Assistant Military Sec. in Ireland, d. 1852.

Forman, Edward, 1805-11, b. 1796.

Forman, Richard, 1820, b. 1808.

Forman, Thomas Seaton, 1800-7, b. 1791. Was M.P. for Bridgwater 1841-7.

Forman, William Henry, 1800-8, b. 1793. Partner in the Tredegar Iron Works.

Formby, Henry, 1833-34. Son of H. Formby. Scholar of B.N.C. Oxf. Holy Orders (resigned).

Formby, Richard Edward, 1837-38. Son of Rev. James Formby, Vicar of Frindsbury, Kent. B.N.C. Oxf. Rector of Latchingdon.

Forshall, William Hayes, 1837-40. Son of late Rev. J. Forshall, of the British Museum, b. 1827. Indian Army.

Forster, Charles Manners, 1818, b. 1806. Left in ill health after a few days.

Forster, Charles Thornton, 1850-55. Son of Rev. Charles Forster, Rector of Stistead, Essex, b. 1836. Talbot Scholar and Medallist. Fellow of Jesus Coll. Cam. 1st Class Classical and Divinity Tripos. Vicar of Hinxton. Chaplain to the Earl of Leven and Melville.

Forster, Edward Morgan Llewellyn, 1861-65. Brother of the above, b. 1847. Trin. Coll. Cam. 2nd Class Classical Tripos. Architect.

Forster, Henry Thornton, 1850-58. Brother of C. T. Forster (above), b. 1838. Talbot Scholar and Medallist. Scholar of Trin. Coll. Cam. 1st Class Classical Tripos. Assistant Master, 1861, d. 1865.

Forster, James William Doane, 1853-55. Brother of the above, b. 1841, d. 1857.

Forster,* John Arthur Fox, 1848-53. Son of Matthew Forster. b. 1837. Commander-in-Chief's Office, Horse Guards (retired).

Forster, William Howley, 1863-64. Son of Rev. C. Forster, Rector of Stisted. b. 1851. Trin Coll. Cam.

Fort, John, 1841-43. Son of the late John Fort, M.P. for Clitheroe. b. 1828. 5th Dragoon Guards. Retired 1850.

Fortescue,* George, 1860-62. Son of Rev. E. B. Fortescue. b. 1847.

Fortescue, Henry, 1805-6. Son of Capt. Fortescue, R.N. b. 1796.

Fortune, Fitzfrederick, 1810-11. Went to Westminster School.

Foster, Arthur, 1876. Son of William Francis Foster, 7, Lower Berkeley-street, b. 1864.

Foster, Claude, 1876. Son of Rev. R. Foster, Vicar of Burpham, Sussex.

Foster, Francis, 1876. Brother of Arthur Foster (above). b. 1862.

Foster, Henry, 1870. Brother of the above, b. 1856. In business in London.

Foster, James, 1862, b. 1850. Chichester Theol. Coll. Rector of Authorpe, Linc.

Foster, Richard, 1820. Son of William Foster, Lanwithan, Cornwall, b. 1808. Ex. Coll. Oxf. d. 1869.

Fountaine, Andrew, 1821. Eldest son of the late Andrew Fountaine. b. 1808. Ch. Ch. Oxf. Narford Hall, Norfolk, d. 1874.

Fountaine, Thomas William, 1822. Brother of the above. b. 1811.

Fowle, Thomas Welbank, 1853-54. Son of Thomas Fowle, Mount Pleasant, Northallerton. b. 1835. Scholar of Oriel Coll. Oxf. 2nd Class Lit. Hum. Rector of Islip, Oxon.

Fowler, Alfred, 1821, b. 1810.

Fowler, James, 1819, b. 1809. Solicitor.

Fox, John Elliot, 1858. Son of Rev. W. Fox, of Demarara. b. 1845. Scholar of Ch. Coll. Cam. Vicar of Bourne, Cambs.

Fox,* Maxwell Sinclair, 1841-46. Son of Richard Fox, of Auch Au Bawn, Co. Cavan. b. 1831. Ensign 27th Regt. Madras N.I. d. 1853.

Fox, William, 1824, b. 1808.

Fox, Wilson Henry, 1876. Son of Wilson Fox, M.D. of London, b. 1863.

Fox-Strangways, Maurice Walter, 1875. Son of Lieut.-Col. Fox Strangways, R.E.

Frame, Henry George, 1821, b. 1807.

Francis, George, 1815-18. Son of George Francis, Henley, Oxon. b. 1799. Queens Coll. Oxf.

Francis, George Henry, 1826, b. 1815.

Francis, Henry Clement, 1870. Son of Clement Francis, of Quy Hall, Cambs. b. 1857. Emigrated to South Australia.

Francis, James, 1867-71, b. 1856.

Francklin, John, 1821. Son of Richard Francklin, of Great Barford. b. 1808. Of Gonalston, Notts, d. 1858.

Franklyn, Alexander Allen, 1819, b. 1809.

Franks, Armand, 1803. Died young.

Fraser, Herbert Charles, 1876.

Fraser, Hugh, 1873. Son of Thomas Fraser, of Blackheath.

Freckleton, George, 1807-8, b. 1792. Trin. Coll. Cam. M.D. 1819. Resided at Liverpool.

Frederick,* Arthur, 1811. Son of Lieut.-Col. Thomas Frederick, b. 1800. Of the Exchequer, d. 1866.

Freeling* (Sir) George Henry (Bart.), 1800-5. Son of Sir Francis Freeling, Bart. b. 1789. New Coll. Oxf. A Commissioner of the Customs, d. 1841.

Freeling (Sir) Henry Hill (Bart.), 1828. Eldest son of the above, b, 1818. 8th Madras Light Cavalry. Succeeded his brother 1845, d. 1871.

Freer, Nigel James, 1876. Son of Major W. R. Freer, of Eckington Manor, Wilts, b. 1862.

Freese, Arthur, 1813-18, b. 1802.

Freese, John Wellington, 1827-31. Son of John Henry Freese, of Brazil. b. 1812. Gold Medal. Ball. Coll. Oxf. Trin. Coll. Cam.

French, George Edward, 1820, b. 1808.

French, George William, 1816. Son of Capt. William French, b. 1805. Capt. 82nd Regt. Died in Canada.

French, John Gilmore, 1820, b. 1806.

French, William Henry, 1821, b. 1810.

Frend, Alfred Henry, 1872.

Frere,* Bartle Henry Temple, 1875. Son of Rev. H. T. Frere, Rector of Burston, Norfolk, b. 1862.

Frere, George, 1820. Son of Geo. Frere, of Lincoln's Inn. b. 1810. Foreign Office. Slave Trade Commissioner at the Cape of Good Hope, d. 1878.

Frere, George Edward (F.R.S.), 1821. Son of the late Edward Frere, of Llanelly, Co. Brecon, b. 1807. Edinburgh University. Barrister. Succeeded to the estates of his uncle, the late Rt. Hon. John Hookham Frere, Roydon Hall, Norfolk.

Frere, Walter Howard, 1877. Son of the late Philip Howard Frere, Fellow of Downing Coll. Cam. b. 1863.

Freshfield, Charles Kaye, 1822. Son of James William Freshfield, F.R.S., of Mynthurst, Surrey, b. 1808. For many years Solicitor to the Bank of England. M.P. for Dover.

Freshfield, Henry Ray, 1824. Brother of the above, b. 1814. Solicitor to the Bank of England, Kidbrooke Park, Sussex.

Freshfield, John Sims, 1824. Brother of the above, b. 1811. Lieut.-Col. Madras Cavalry, d. 1860.

Frith, Reginald Cokayne, 1877. Son of Major Cokayne Frith, b. 1863.

Frith, Robert William, 1824, b. 1811.

Frith, Warren Hastings Leslie, 1826, b. 1814. Lieut.-Col. Bengal Artillery.

Frith,* William Edward Cokayne, 1872–78. Brother of R. C. Frith (above), b. 1859. Ch. Ch. Oxf. Holford Exhibitioner.

Frost, George Joseph, 1813-14, b. 1799.

Fry,      , 1803.

Fry,      ,1803.

Fuller,* Henry, 1809-18. Son of Dr. John Fuller, Uckfield, Sussex, b. 1799. Univ. Coll. Oxf.

Fuller,* Oswald William, 1854-60. Son of Edmond Fuller, of Hastings, b. 1844. Probate Court. Died in Ceylon, 1878.

Fuller, Robert Fitzherbert, 1805-13. Son of Thos. Trayton Fuller, of Ashdown House, Sussex, b. 1795. B.N.C. Oxf. Rector of Chalvington, Sussex.

Fulton, Edington, 1821, b. 1807.

Fulton, Henry, 1822, b. 1814.

Fulton, James, 1821, b. 1811.

Fulton, John Atkinson, 1819. Son of Edington Fulton. b. 1805. Gold Medal. Queens Coll. Oxf.

Fulton, Mark, 1821, b. 1809. Lived in Charterhouse Square.

Fulton, Thomas, 1821. Brother of the above, b. 1811.

Furber, Henry Aubrey, 1874. Son of Charles Furber, of Upper Hamilton Terrace, b. 1860. Surveyor.

Furber, Edward Price, 1877. Brother of the above, b. 1864.

Furlonge, Thomas Berry, 1819, b. 1804.

Furlonge, William, 1815-17, b. 1799.

Furze, Henry, 1836-37. Brewer in Whitechapel.