Admissions to Gonville and Caius College in the University of Cambridge, March 1558-9 to Jan. 1678-9

 
9781236029690: Admissions to Gonville and Caius College in the University of Cambridge, March 1558-9 to Jan. 1678-9
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1887 Excerpt: ...Holt, under Mr Tallis, four years. Age 18. Admitted sizar of his surety, Mr Cooke. Tenant, James; son of Henry Tenant, gent., of Malham-Waterhouses, Yorkshire. Educated at Gisburn, under his brother, Mr Tenant, three years. Age 22. Admitted scholar, May 5, 1626. Surety, Mr Moore. Hoyle, William; son of Henry Hoyle, of Gisburn in Craven, Yorkshire. Born there. School, Giggleswick, under Mr Dockwray, two years. Age 16. Admitted scholar, May 5, 1626. Tutor and surety, Mr Moore. Cooke, William; son of Thomas Cooke, gent. Born at North Cave, Yorkshire. At school there, under Mr James Tenant, three years. Age 16. Admitted scholar, May 5, 1626. Surety, Mr Moore. Cooke, George; son of William Cooke, tailor; of South Cave, Yorkshire. At school under Mr Brabbes. Age 17. Admitted sizar of his surety, Mr Dod. Oxburg, Hewar; son of Thomas Oxburg, gent., of London. Already admitted pensioner to the bachelors' table, April 13, 1624. Admitted fellow-commoner, May, 1626. Surety, Mr Michell. Snell, John; son of Arthur Snell, minister, of the parish of Lezant, Cornwall. Born there. School, Tiverton, Devon, two years. Age 16. Admitted, March 30, 1626, sizar of the Master, Dr Gostlin. Roper, Thomas; son of John Roper, carpenter, of Hoxne, Suffolk. Born at Winfarthing, Norfolk. School, Thetford, under Mr Smith, two years. Age 20. Admitted, June 2, 1626, sizar of his surety, Mr Rose. Previously admitted at Emmanuel College, July 7, 1625, under Mr Ball, fellow. Alston, Thomas; son of Thomas Alston, gent. Born at Newton, Suffolk. At school, three years, under Mr Mede. Age 16. 'Bonse indolis adolescens'. Admitted pensioner to the bachelors' table, lit. grat., June 7, 1626, under his tutor and surety, Mr Moore. Rant, John; son of William Rant, M.D., formerly fellow of the College. Bo...

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