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Editorial Committee: A. F. Allison D. M. Rogers P. R. Harris V. A. McClelland M. Hodgetts


LISBON COLLEGE REGISTER 1628-1813

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CATHOLIC RECORD SOCIETY 1991


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INDEX

ILLUSTRATIONS (Between pp.112 and 113)

Joseph Haynes Richard Russell John Sergeant Jerome Allen (All the portraits are in the Lisbon Collection at Ushaw College: photographs by B. Sharratt.)


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INTRODUCTION The College of Saints Peter and Paul in Lisbon, usually known as Lisbo College, Lisbon College or, more recently, the English College, Lisbon, opened in 1628 and dispersed its last students to other seminaries in 1971. Despite its long history and the enduring hold it has had on the affections of its members, the College is not well known even to those interested in post-Reformation English Catholic history. Although the College preserved extensive archives, few scholars could contemplate a journey to Lisbon to consult them . The only person to become thoroughly familiar with the archives was James Barnard: his work in tidying up the extant documents has been of lasting value. But he left the College in 1782 and most of the knowledge he had acquired died with him, since he never used it in published works. Canon Croft's Historical Account of Lisbon Col/ege (1902) is largely a reprint of articles by John Kirk in the Catholic Magazine of 1834-5. Kirk derived his articles from the volume I have edited here (and from a 'continuation', which I shall describe below), but his articles provide only a sketch enlivened by anecdotes rather than anything approaching a full history. In an appendix (169- 275) Croft published a Register, compiled by Joseph Gillow: its scope and limitations are described below. In 1974-5 the archives of Lisbon College, along with 2,000 books from its libraries, were deposited at Ushaw College. The books and archives, with portraits and other memorabilia, form the Lisbon Collection, housed in the Lisbon Room in Ushaw's Library Wing. The books were soon catalogued by the late Mgr Bernard Payne. I have described the archives in 'The Lisbon Collection at Ushaw', Northern Catholic History, Autumn 1978, 30-36 (reprinted in Catholic Archives 1 (1981), 36-39). The cardcatalogue of the archives is now nearly complete. The more important series have been calendared: for instance, each of the 2,000 letters in Correspondence (1620-1918) is summarised on a typewritten card; I have described this series in North West Catholic History 11 (1984), 22-26. Several articles, some of them listed below under Abbreviations, have appeared, mostly in the Ushaw Magazine. Those who have taken an interest in this work, and others too, have frequently asked when a full history of the College is likely to appear. My answer has been, and is, that the first step should be to publish essential documentation. The most important document is the book published here: Annales Col/egii. What follows explains the nature of this record, its inadequacies and the consequent necessity of supplementing its contents with other archival material. The volume is covered in limp vellum and its pages are in gatherings of 48 and measure 29.5 by 20.5 cm. For a home-made volume that is three and a half centuries old it has survived reasonably well, partly because for considerable periods it was neglected, mislaid or simply ignored. It owes it origin and many of its early entries to Edward Pickford, one of the students who came as founder-members from Douai College


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in 1628. It was ten years later, when he was acting-President, that he began this book. If his plan and example had been followed, we would know considerably more about the members of the College than is now recoverable. I give here a translation of Pickford's title-page and its verso. Book in which are contained the names, surnames, origin, education, deeds and achievements of all the Superiors, Alumni and Convictors of the English College, Lisbon from its first beginnings on December 2 1628 onwards. This is prefaced by an index in which one can locate alphabetically the surname each has taken in the College; when that has been found, the page given in the index will give his true name and surname and the rest of the information on him. This book will always be kept in the Common Safe: when anything is to be entered into it by any Superior in the course of his office, this should always be done in the presence at least of the President. Questions to be answered by candidates for admission: When someone is admitted to the College, after the profession of faith and oath about infamy, as ruled in the paragraph of the Constitutions beginning 'After three days', he will answer these questions, in writing if the President so decides. What his true name and surname are; whether he wishes to change either of them here; where he comes from; who his parents are; of what condition; whether they are Catholics; whether they have suffered anything for the faith; what sort of education he has had; what age he is; who sent him: and anything else. His replies are to be written immediately in this book. Every three months the President will ask the Superiors whether anything particular should be added about anyone. The index of names (not reproduced in this edition) was maintained, or at least brought up to date periodically. The methodical Pickford left more than enough space for later entries. The rest of the volume was allotted to entries for each member of the College. The pages designed to receive entries were numbered 1-666, but any thought that Pickford expected the closure of the College to be heralded by the admission of Antichrist is dispelled by the realisation that the pages are misnumbered, with 1-4 repeated: I have distinguished the first 1-4 pages by an asterisk, and thereafter followed Pickford's pagination. All the pages from 315 onwards are blank. What I have edited here comes on pages 1* to 250. Pages 251-314 contain a copy of a continuation of the Annales: I explain below why this continuation is not reproduced here. Pickford wrote, in whole or in part, the first forty-five entries. His work was continued reasonably thoroughly by successive Presidents until 1667,


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when John Perrott wrote his last entry (for Thomas Woolfe). I translate what Edward Jones wrote on the same page (88): Here end the Annates kept in due order. The entries found from now on or elsewhere in this book in my hand are generally defective in order, period, age of alumni, origin and other circumstances which are unknown to me as I take the Annates up again in 1710. This applies to those who came to the College before 1710, since after that date they will be found in their order of admission. Neglect, in fact, set in again with John Manley's second Presidency, which began in 1739, though he and his successor, Gerard Bernard, did make some entries. The consequence is that the Annates can be taken as a properly kept regist~r from 1628 (allowing for the fact that it was started in 1638) to 1667 and again (though with reservations) from 1710 to 1738. For 1667 to 1710 its entries are compilations put together by Jones in 1710 and the years immediately succeeding. The fact that the volume also contains Annates Continuati (215-314) could easily mislead. This is merely a fair copy of part of a nineteenthcentury document written almost entirely by Edmund Winstanley. Various drafts in his hand are extant and the fullest version is in a bound manuscript entitled Annalis Continuati (Book Archives 112), a version which continues after Winstanley's death up to 1866. It is not a register at all, but is presented as a continuous history of notable persons and events. It can be considered a primary source for the nineteenth century, but is of very limited use for anything before 1780. Since Winstanley probably started writing it about 1820 it must be treated cautiously even on events that took place after his admission to the College in 1787. It ought to be published but, despite its title, it does not belong in the present volume, though I have been glad to use it occasionally in notes. It must not be thought, however, that the College kept no proper register for the last two and a quarter centuries of its existence. Two large volumes, with pages ruled into rows and columns, cover the years 1814-81 and 1881-1969 (Book Archives 5 and 6). There is also a link connecting these volumes with the Annates. The link is a volume (Book Archives 4, from now on called 'BA 4') with the following title stamped on its binding:

Register of the Engtish College, Lisbon. Compiled from the Annats and other Documents. The binding is by Fazakerley of Liverpool and was done under commission from Joseph Gillow in September 1901. The title was supplied by Gillow who had used the contents (presumably sent to him as loose papers) in compiling the Register which Croft published the following year. When returning the newly-bound volume Gillow still hoped that the original 'Register' (the Annates published here) would turn up (see his letters to William Hilton, President of the College, September 1st and 11th 1901, in Correspondence). I do not know how long the Annates had been mislaid: its first few entries were printed and translated in The Lisbonian from July 1914 onwards, without any remark about its ever having been missing.


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The contents of the papers bound up by Gillow are not quite accurately described by the title he imposed on them . In form, BA 4 is a succession of pages ruled in rows and columns . It is perfectly true, as Gillow implies, that the contents were to serve as a summary of what is in the Annates. What Gillow did not realise is that the later papers were in fact the official Register of the College. What happened was this. When James Barnard was appointed President in 1776 his brief was to revitalise the College after the negligent rule of Gerard Bernard. In the course of his successful attempt to put the College's administration on a sound footing, he combed the archives for matters which needed his attention. Naturally he began his own Register of students admitted to the College. He allotted a column for date of admission, date of birth, father's name, mother's name and so on: over twenty columns to hold items of information on each person from birth to death. But he also embarked on a project, which he never completed, to transpose all the information in the Annates to similar columnar entries and to fill in gaps where possible. Thus, from 1777 onwards, the volume bound by Gillow contains the official Register of the College; so in the present edition the entries from 1777 to 1813 clearly belong alongside the earlier entries in the Annates. But BA 4 also contains about fifty entries compiled by Barnard to cover the nearly forty years of neglect before his Presidency: they are the only thing approaching an official Register for that period and are at least as reliable as the entries which Jones contributed to the Annates for 1667- 1710, so I have included them here. The entries in BA 4 which summarise the entries in the Annates are not included here, though they are occasionally cited in a note if they contribute extra information. I have likewise disregarded the pages which Gillow bound in at the end, since these are only for 1814 onwards and should be treated as a draft for the volume already referred to, namely the Register which runs from 1814 to 1881. 1814, in fact, saw the resumption of full College life, after five years in which it had had no students. The cause of the interruption was external: it was the Peninsular War, which in 1809 made the Superiors decide to disperse the remaining students. This was a mere hiccough in the College's continuity, since it was kept in being by the Superiors even under occupation by French troops. But it does provide a natural break in the College's history and in its Register. So the present volume is a Register of Staff and Students 1628-1813, though in fact the latest admission was in 1803. Given that, as Edward Jones warned us in 1710, much of the Annates is itself not in chronological order, there was no point in following its sequence of entries. Given the gaps in the evidence it provides, there was no hope of rearranging its entries in their true chronological order, for instance, by date of admission. Much the most useful plan was to recast it into alphabetical order, inserting into its alphabetically rearranged sequence all the entries that could be derived from any other sources,


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including the main source provided by James Barnard (and his successors) in BA 4. Thus, as published here, the Register includes: entries from the Annates, with Latin text and English summary, often followed by a note. Then there are the columnar entries of BA 4: these I have put into English. In addition there are a few entries where neither the Annates nor BA 4 gives any information, but other archival sources do: these appear as notes which start: 'Note: No entry for him'. This brief summary of the plan adopted needs elaboration. Each entry, from whatever source, is headed by a name: the choice of the form of the name is mine, but variants and aliases are listed as part of the alphabetical sequence, for greater convenience. The name is followed by a date in square brackets: where possible I have put dates of birth and death, but often I have had to be content with less. These dates are frequently taken from secondary sources and are merely to help the reader to situate a person approximately in time. They are not part of the Register, nor do I vouch for their accuracy, though many of them are borne out by the entry or, indeed, established by the note I append. The next thing to note is the Latin text of the entries from the Annates, as published here. I have imposed punctuation and capitalisation. Contractions have been expanded with the following exceptions: '&c', let cetera', let caetera' etc. are always given as 'etc.' without any declination. For frequently recurring items such as titles I have imposed uniform, undeclined abbreviations such as 'R.' for 'Reverendus', 'R.dus' or 'Reverendissimus' (and other variations, with 'RR.' for all cases of the plural), 'D.' for 'Dominus' (plural 'DD.'), 'Ill.' for 'Illustris' and 'Illustrissimus', 'Em.' for 'Eminentissimus', 'Ex.' for 'Excellentissimus' and 'S .R.E.' for 'Sanctae Romanae Ecclesiae': as indicated above, these uniform abbreviations also replace alternative abbreviations. 'Anno Domini', 'anno Dni' and other variants all appear here as 'A.D.' R.I.P.' and 'Requiescat in pace' both appear as 'R.I.P.' In English currency I have retained '£' and's'; in Portuguese currency I likewise retain the 'M' for 'millia' on the rare occasions when it is not spelt out in full. I have also omitted all superscript signs of case endings, so 'die 14° Xbris' appears here as 'die 14 Decembris'. I have generally retained the idiosyncratic spelling and grammar of each entry, though I have silently corrected occasional slips where a letter has been inadvertently omitted. I have not attempted to reproduce the manuscript's choice of 'v' or 'u', since there are too many instances where it would be quite arbitrary to decide which was intended. I have throughout used Ii' for 'j' not only in Latin words and names but also in Latinised versions of English names such as 'Ionsonus'. I have used 'sic' sparingly, because even where the Latin is a bit wobbly in its grammar or syntax the meaning is usually perfectly clear. Square brackets within the text are used to enclose editorial comment. I have omitted all words in the margin which are merely finding-aids to draw attention to what is in the text, as for instance a repetition of


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the student's name or a word like 'diaconus'. Extra information from the margin I incorporate into the text in square brackets and note explicitly that the contents of the brackets come from the margin. After the Latin text I give an English summary in note form. Where the Latin gives the place or country of birth I include it in parentheses at the beginning of the summary. I have omitted all stylised descriptions of class, such as 'noble' or 'of honest condition'. Recurring abbreviated forms to save space are: 'tons. and minors' for 'tonsure and minor orders', 'subd.' and 'diac.' for 'subdiaconate' and 'diaconate'. 'Oath' means the oath taken by alumni and is meant to include the 'taking of the habit' (College uniform) on the same occasion. The months appear as: 'Jan, Feb, March, April, May, June, July, Aug, Sept, Oct, Nov, Dec'. Dates typically appear in the form 'Dec 21 1676'. It is often difficult to say whether dates are meant to be in the old or the new style. Where an entry is explicit, I am too. Generally I assume that dates from an English source are in the old style prior to 1752, while within the College the new style was naturally used. But it is more than likely that dates of birth as given by students on entry were in the old style for the day and the month. Square brackets are used in the summary to include from sources other than the Annales information too short to merit a separate note. Where there is a note it comes in a new paragraph headed 'Note'. The notes are based predominantly on archival material in the Lisbon Collection and, I hope, will serve to introduce that material to a wider public. The abbreviations used in referring to the archives are included in the list of abbreviations below. I have also drawn on several of the volumes of the Catholic Record Society published in this series. Since I want to keep this volume free of footnotes, I have enclosed all references in the notes in parentheses immediately after the material they document. Entries which come from BA 4 are headed: [Columnar entry, BA 4]. Then comes in abbreviated English what BA 4 has in Latin. Again, where useful, a note is appended. It has already been mentioned that some entries consist of nothing but a note: the sources are usually an account book or letters in Correspondence and are given in each case. The entries from the Annales are followed immediately by a page number, namely the page number in the original. Any of the entries may be followed by an abbreviated form such as 'A3, 1', which refers to page 1 of volume 3 of Anstruther's Seminary Priests. Likewise 'G, 169' refers to page 169 of Gillow's Register published by Croft. 'Not in A', at this point, means 'not in Anstruther, but he should be because he is a priest ordained between 1568 and 1800'. 'Not in G' means 'not in Gillow's Register': one cannot add 'but should be' since, as Croft says at the end of his Preface, Gillow left himself free to omit those he deemed unimportant. Unimportant or not, I have added over a hundred and twenty names to those in Gillow's Register. This leads me to compare what I publish here with what is to be found in Anstruther and Gillow. Both works I have found very helpful. In a few cases, which I note, Anstruther has included people who, I am pretty


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certain, were not ordained: some of these were queried by Anstruther himself. Quite often he has misread the Annales and introduced inaccuracies into the College career of Lisbonian priests: some of these I correct explicitly; usually I silently offer the version presented here as more accurate. Generally Anstruther has handled the material well. It must also be remembered that though I have naturally made much greater use of archival material from the Lisbon Collection, Anstruther gives much information from other sources that I do not attempt to include here. Gillow, it seems to me, is much less reliable. It should be recalled, of course, that he never saw the Annales and that his principal source was Barnard's reconstruction and continuation in BA 4. Still, there are many occasions when Gillow misreads that source (an occupational hazard when the source is in rows and columns) and he does seem to me to set more store by comprehensiveness than accuracy. On the other hand, he was expected to produce his Register quickly so that it could be inserted into Croft's book and I readily acknowledge that it has been very useful to me, especially at an earlier stage. Again, I explicitly correct Gillow from time to time: where I simply offer a version incompatible with his, I offer mine as more accurate. It is, of course, likely that there is much useful information in Gillow's entries which I have not included here, though I should not like to have to sift it from the unreliable bits. No doubt there will also be mistakes in what I publish here, but I give references for what I put forward so any mistakes can be discovered and I do not confuse matters by silently taking over material from Anstruther or Gillow without checking.


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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The notes in this volume draw on cataloguing work done at intervals over several years. I thank Mr Paul Boscher for his initial calendaring of the Correspondence from 1770 to 1820 and the Reverend Liz Culling for continuing that calendar to 1900: their work was made possible by a grant of ÂŁ1,500 from the British Academy. My biggest debt is to Dr Jan Rhodes: by taking over vast amounts of cataloguing in Ushaw's Big Library she gave me time to work on the Lisbon Collection. I am grateful to the Lisbonian Association for endowing the Lisbon Collection with a substantial fund to maintain the books and archives and to promote research and publication. The fund has contributed a generous subsidy towards the costs of producing this volume. I have been glad of the support of colleagues at Ushaw, of Miss Elizabeth Rainey, Keeper of Rare Books in the University of Durham, of Mr Anthony Allison, Mr Philip Harris and my brother Peter. Special thanks are due to my brother Barney for the photographs of Joseph Haynes, Richard Russell, John Sergeant and Jerome Allen, which are included in this volume and to the Smith family of Oregon City, especially to Mr Mike Smith for his restoration of the College's sundial (see the entry for John Shepperd). In conclusion, I am glad to have the opportunity to thank Monsignor James Sullivan, the last President of Lisbon College. It was his foresight which ensured that the memory of Lisbon College should not be left to die out in a generation. His support has been sustained and whole-hearted. His pleasure in reading articles on Lisbon College published in the last fifteen years has been a great encouragement. I am very pleased to be able to dedicate to him this record of the English College of Saints Peter and Paul in Lisbon. MICHAEL SHARRATT USHAW COLLEGE November 1990


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ABBREVIATIONS A

Godfrey Anstruther, a.p., The Seminary Priests: a Dictionary

of the Secular Clergy of England and Wales 1558-1800, 4 AA BA 4 12 13 14 46 52 56 57 58 78 111

112 121 122 124 125 131 171 215 217 218 219 BC

BD Bellenger BR C&E CCL

volumes, 1968-77. (Cited by volume and page: e.g. A4, 106.) Agents' Accounts (in LC; they cover most of the period from 1686). Book Archives (in LC; I list those most frequently used: others are adequately described in the text): Register of the English College, Lisbon: (for a description see the Introduction). Procurators' Account Book, 1639-67 (information on funds, i.e. funas to support alumni). Procurators' Account Book, 1667-1739 (information on funds). Procurators' Funds Book, 1699- 1789 (information on funds). Petty Ledger, 1777-93. Ark Book, 1738-64 (money received, payments made). Agents' Accounts, 1695- 1733. Agents' Accounts, 1733-43 and 1776- 83. Agents' Accounts, 1782-1856. Sacristy Book, 1782 onwards (includes some obituaries and epitaphs). Annales Col/egii (edited here). Annales Continuati (described in the Introduction). Juramenta Praesidum, 1638-1948. Juramenta Superiorum, 1638-1834. Professiones Fidei, 1781-1943 Juramenta Alumnorum, 1777-1842 Council of Superiors, Minutes, 1710- 1883. Masses said for the Founder, 1664-70 and 1707-27. Liber Missionis, 1640- 1830. John Manley, Letter-book, 1739-April 1748. John Manley, Letter-book, April 1748-July 1755. Gerard Bernard, James Barnard and William Fryer, Letterbook, 1756-1806 (much of it illegible). M. Sharratt, 'Blacklow and Coutinho in 1633', UM: Dec 1977, 16-25; June 1978, 18-26. Joseph Gillow, A Literary and Biographical History, or Bibliographical Dictionary of the English Catholics, Five volumes [1885-1902]. Dominic Aidan Bellenger, English and Welsh Priests 15581800: a Working List, 1984. Bills and Receipts (in LC). Compositions and Examinations (in LC). Council and College Life (in LC).


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CD Catholic Directory. CL Corr Croft

Coutinho Letters (letters of the Founder in LC). Correspondence (in LC). [William] Croft, Historical Account of Lisbon College, With a Register compiled by Joseph Gillow, Esq ., 1902 (described in the Introduction) .

CRS Publications of the Catholic Record Society: 1 Miscellanea 1, 1905: VI: 'The Notebook of John Southcote, D. D., 1628-36', edited by J . H. Pollen, 97-116. 3 Miscellanea 3, 1906: VIII: 'A Chapter Necrology 1670-1678', edited by L. Guiney, annotated by Joseph Gillow, 98- 104. 10-11 The Douay College Diaries: Third, Fourth and Fifth 1598-1654,1911, edited by E. H. Burton and T. L. Williams, 12 Obituaries, 1913: I: 'Obituaries of Secular Priests, 1722-1783. From the Archives of the Old Brotherhood, formerly the Old Chapter of England', edited by R. Stanfield, 1-15; II: 'Obituaries from the "Laity's Directory", 1733-1839', edited by J. S. Hansom, 16-231. 19 Miscellanea 11, 1917: II: 'The Register Book of St Gregory's College at Paris, 1667-1786', edited by E. H. Burton, 93-160. 28 The Douay College Diaries: The Seventh Diary 1715-1778, 1928, edited by E. H. Burton and E. Nolan. 29 The English College at Madrid 1611-1767, 1928, edited by E. Henson. 30 Registers of the English College at Valladolid 1580- 1862, 1930, edited by E. Henson .

40 Liber Ruber Venerabilis Collegii Anglorum de Vrbe, 1948, edited by W. Kelly.

63 Douai College Documents 1639-1794, 1972, edited by P. R. Harris.

69 St Omers and Bruges Colleges, 1593-1773: a Biographical Dictionary, 1979, by G. Holt. 70 The English Jesuits 1650- 1829: a Biographical Dictionary, DL Dodd EL F Funds G

1984, by G. Holt. M. Sharratt, 'Douai to Lisbon', UM: Dec 1975, 7- 24; June 1976, 30-41; Dec 1976, 22- 34. [Charles Dodd, vere Hugh Tootell], The Church History of England, etc., Three volumes, 1737-42. Ecclesiastical Licences: non-Roman (in LC). Foundations Papers (papers in LC connected with the foundation of the College). Funds (papers in LC connected with funds to support students). Gillow's 'Register' of staff and students, 169-274 of Croft (described in the Introduction).


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JM M. Sharratt, 'John Manley's Letter Books', UM Dec 1973, 12- 16. LC Lisbon Collection at Ushaw (includes the complete surviving archives of Lisbon College). NP William Newman's Papers (in LC). Oaths Oaths signed by alumni, 1635-1772 (in LC). OBA Old Brethren Archives. OC Old Catalogue (unbound archival material in LC with numbering of the Catalogue of 1825). OF Ordinations and Faculties (a small collection in LC of ordination certificates and missionary faculties, 1633-1929). Patents Patents appointing Presidents and Vice-Presidents (in LC). RRL Richard Russell's Letters, 1667-86 (in LC). RS Michael Sharratt, 'Bishop Russell and John Sergeant', UM June 1979, 22-37. Sermons (A series in LC of 218 unbound sermons by various authors.) Teaching (A small miscellany in LC of unbound items connected with courses in the College.) T-D Tierney-Dodd: M. A. Tierney, Dodd's Church History of England... With notes, additions and a continuation, Five volumes, 1839-43. UM Ushaw Magazine Ushaw Diary: Register of Crook Hall's and Ushaw's staff and students, 1794 onwards (in archives of Ushaw College). Ushaw Ordinations: Register of ordinations for Crook Hall and Ushaw, 1794-1906 (in archives of Ushaw College). Ushaw OSlO: Old Series: 0 (Diocesan Topography and Mission Notes, mainly compiled by Thomas Eyre, first President of Crook Hall and Ushaw; in Ushaw's archives). Ushaw UCM: Ushaw Collection of Manuscripts (the foundation series of Ushaw's archives, collected mainly by Thomas Eyre). IDD The First and Second Diaries of the English College, Douay ... , 1878, edited by Fathers of the Congregation of the London Oratory, with an historical introduction by Thomas Francis Knox.


LISBON COLLEGE REGISTER 1628-1813 ADAMS, Rowland [ordained 1693] ROLANDUS ADAMS, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] Literis humanioribus navavit operam sub D. Ieronymo Pryme; sub eodem Philosophiae cursum peregit; ordinibus susceptis fineque Theologiae imposito missionarius in Angliam rediit, ubi per aliquot annos laboravit, indeque in Hiberniam navigavit, ut munus missionarii ibi exerceret, ubi vitam finivit. R.I.P. 121; A3, 1; G, 169. Studied humanity and Philosophy under Pryme; ordained; went missioner to England; worked there for some years, then worked as a missioner in Ireland, where he died. Note: Oath Nov 11 1692 (Oaths). Subd., diac. and priesthood May 10-12 1693 (OF). Not known when he was sent to England: date in G is a misreading of BA 4. . AINSWORTH, Josepb [1715-1738] IOSEPHUS AINSWORTH, honesto loco natus [Manley's hand:] Filius Gulielmi Ainsworth et uxoris eius legittimae Dorotheae Blundell Catholicorum, Lancastriensis, huc accessit 23 Iunii an no 1732 aetatis 17 annorum, quam aetatem compleverat die 2 Aprilis proxime elapsi secundum stylum veterem, acceptis in Anglia linguae Latinae rudimentis sed valde mediocriter. [E. Jones' hand:] Habitum Collegii recepit et iuramentum praestitit die 15 Septembris A.D. 1737. [Manley's hand:] Finitis sub D. Ioanne Preston humanioribus literis, Philosophiam incepit sub D. Gulielmo Hassall Vice-Praeside mense Ianuarii 1736. Sed D. Hassall in Angliam discedente, sub priori magistro D. Preston Logicam perfecit et maximam partem Physicae. Mense Decembris 1737 ad 4 ordines minores promotus est ab Ill. et R. D. Thoma de Almeyda, Patriarcha Ulyssiponensi. Demum in morbum pleriticum incidens (quem patienter tulit) omnibus Ecclesiae sacramentis munitus, pia morte obiit die 11 Ianuarii 1738. Adolescens vere pius et habilis ingenii. Sepultus iacet ad pedes altaris Sancti Josephi intra cancellos. R.I.P. 221; G, 169. Born in Lancashire April 2 1715 (O.S.), son of William Ainsworth and Dorothy Blundell, Catholics. Came June 23 1732, with a slight grasp of the rudiments of Latin. Oath Sept 15 1737. Completed humanity under Preston; began Philosophy under Hassall Jan 1736; completed it under Preston. Minors Dec 1737. Died of pleurisy Jan 11 1738; buried at St Joseph's altar. AKERS, James, al. LINCOLN [1763-1820] [Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born Winchester Aug 22 1763, son of Thomas Akers and Catherine Lee; baptised Aug 26 by P. T. Savage; admitted Feb 16 1782; oath May 20 1784; subd. June 2 1787; diac. March 8 1788; priesthood Dec 20, 1st Mass Dec 25 1788; missioner Aug 1791. A4, 2-3; G,169.


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Note: Arrived at Douai College Feb 3 1773; left Feb 20 1776 (CRS 63: 262, 364). Made Prefect General 1790 (BA 112, 8). On his apostasy see BA 112, 8-9, summarised in A4, 3. ALEWORTH, Matthew, al. JONES [c.1617MATHAEUS ALEWORTH, Monmothiensis in Wallia, nobilis [Pickford's hand:] Hic Ioanne Aleworth natus, in Collegio Anglorum Odomarensi literas humaniores usque ad Poesim mediatam accepit. Postea in Angliam transiens huc missus est ad tertiam missionem. Per Valliosoletum transiens difficulter evasit et huc pervenit 4 Septembris 1636, cum esset annorum circiter 19, moxque ad cursum iam inceptum ingress us est. Habitum post longam dilationem cum iuramento Collegii accepit 24 Februarii anno 1638. Primam deinde tonsuram et ordines minores ab Ill. Protectore suscepit 3 Aprilis eiusdem anni et ad Theologiam ascendit, cursu Philosophiae prius defenso sub D. Onuphrio Ellisaeo 11 Octobris. [Clarence's hand:] Ab Ill. Protectore subdiaconatum 25 Maii, diaconatum 9 Iunii et sacerdotium 13 eiusdem mensis Iunii 1641 sus cepit. Die 2 Iulii publicas theses ex materia de Fide Divina defendit sub D. Francisco Claytono. Et praestito iuramento cum promissione acceptisque facultatibus discessit Setuval ut navigaret in Hollandiam in Angliam transiturus 14 Aprilis 1642. 17; A2, 4; G, 172. (Monmouthshire.) Son of John Aleworth; studied humanity at St Omers to middle of Poetry. Returned to England; sent in 3rd mission. Came by way of Valladolid [see CRS 30, 155] and arrived Sept 4 1636, aged about 19. Joined course already in progress. After a long delay, took oath Feb 24 1638. Tons. and minors April 3 1638, then began Theology after defending Philosophy under Waring Oct 11 1638. Subd. May 25, diac. June 9 and priesthood June 13 1641. July 2 defended theses under Whitaker. Took oath, received faculties and went to Setubal to take ship for England by way of Holland April 14 1642. Note: Missionary oath April 12 1642 (BA 215, 4). ALLANSON, John, al. REYNOLDS [1642IOANNES ALENSON, alias REYNOLDS, nobilis, Eboracensis [All in Tilden's hand:] Huius pater fuit Ioannes Alenson, mater Maria Reynoldson, ambo nobiles Catholici. Literas humaniores incepit in Anglia. Missus huc cum consensu CIeri admissus est primus ex quarta missione ad Latinitatem, 12 Martii 1659, cum esset annorum sexdecim et fer me quinque mensium et in literis humanioribus profectum aliquem fecisset. 58; G, 169. (Yorkshire.) Son of John Allanson and Mary Reynoldson, both Catholics of noble birth. Began humanity in England. Sent, with Clergy'S consent, 1st of 4th Latin mission March 12 1659, aged 16 and 5 months, having made some progress in humanity. Note: Sergeant, as Agent, contracted to accept him Oct 28 1658 (BA 12, 149). Oath Sept 5 1663 (Oaths).


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ALLEN, Jerome [1730- 1815] [Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born London Nov 23 1730, son of Antonio Gomez and Mary Allen; baptised by John Hardcastle; confirmed by Challoner; admitted May 16 1744; oath Dec 6 1747; started Philosophy Sept 16 1749; defended theses July 1750 and Nov 1751; minors Sept 17 1750; defended theses May 1754; Philosophy Lecturer July 7 1755; subd. March 13 1756; diac. May 9; priesthood June 12, 1st Mass June 29 1756. A4, 3- 4; G, 169-70. Note: His father was employed at Portuguese Embassy in London; Allen's admission to College was a favour to Ambassador S. de Carvalho (later Marquis of Pombal) in return for favours received and hoped for (Corr April 23 1743 and Jan 17 1743/4). Allen rescued his sister from a confessional in College chapel ruined by earthquake of Nov 1 1755; 1st Mass in tent in garden. For two decades taught humanity, Philosophy and Theology as needed; in his later years he was not technically a Superior and did not always live in College. Throughout his time in Lisbon was well-connected with nobility, so when Pombal began to persecute his friends he was sent to England (missionary oath May 14 1774, BA 215, 124). His scruples, evident in his letters, made his mission work at Lord Dillon's impossible, so went to Douai, arriving Nov 3 1776 (CRS 28, 305); taught preaching in English; left April 3 1777 (CRS 63, 276); returned to Lisbon by way of England July 9 (BR). Fine penman, so employed to prepare pens for Portuguese Royal family. College's 'observatory' built at his instigation in 1790s: in England most of 1795 in unsuccessful attempt to raise subscriptions for it (Corr). Widely respected for his literary and scientific learning. Died Jan 28 1815 (BA 112, 37-45). His diary/memorandum book, with scattered entries 1777-1814, is BA 79. 13 of his letters and 92 to him in Corr. Parts of some of his courses in BA 247-51. 9 sermons. Miscellaneous papers in OC 315 and 355. Will in Wills Sept 1809. Portrait in LC (reproduced by Croft). *Allen, John see WOOLFE, John; Anderton, John see GIRLINGTON, John ANSELL, James [1740] [Columnar entry, BA4:] Born Jan 18 1739/40, son of Robert and Elizabeth; baptised Jan 20 by Francis Lacy; confirmed by Challoner; admitted Feb 8 1752 [should be 1753, as in a separate entry]. Not in G. Note: Born London; recommended by Challoner (Corr Dec 5 1752). Left; back in England by May 25 1756 (Corr). In 1774 was a partner with Christie, the auctioneer (Corr Dec). ARNOLD, Henry [1742-1746] [Columnar entry, BA4:] Born Euxton, Lancashire May 6 1742, son of John and Winifred; baptised May 9 by William Clifton; confirmed May 1755 by [Francis] Petre; admitted Aug 23 1757; oath Sept 15 1762; minors Sept 24 1763; died in College Jan 17 1766. G, 170.


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Note: Came with recommendation from Robert Pinckard, so effectively from Challoner (see A4, 213); his brother was a watch-maker in Lisbon (Corr July 12 1757).

*Arundel, Richard see CHARNOCK, Richard

ASHMALL, Ferdinand [1696- 1798] FERDINANDUS ASHMALL, Dunelmensis [E. Jones's hand:] Ferdinandus Ashmall, filius Thomae Ashmall de Ammerstone iuxta Stockton in comitatu Dunelmensi et Mariae Addison, annos natus quindecim, huc appulit ad Latinitatem die 9 Augusti anno 1711. Poeseos et Rhetoricae studiis [scored: feliciter] finitis, ad Logicam ediscendam se accinxit die 29 Octobris anno 1714. Habitum Collegii assumpsit die 23 Maii A.D. 1715. Die 5 lunii anno 1716 prima tonsura minoribusque ordinibus ab Ill. D. Emanuele Episcopo Tagastensi, sede vacante, in oratorio suo initiatus est. Anno 1718 die 10 lanuarii, sub DD. Guilhelmo Mosly et D. [sic] Slaughter Sacrae Theologiae studia aggressus est. Die 17 Decembris eiusdem anni ab Ill. et R. D. D. Thoma de Almeida Patriarcha Ulissiponensi in ecclesia sua patriarchali ad subdiaconatus, die 8 lanuarii anno 1719 ad diaconatus ordinem promotus est, dieque 18 Februarii 1720 ad sacrum praesbyteratum a D. loanne, Ill. Archiepiscopo Lacidemoniae, in sacello suo privato ordines administrante. Die 25 Aprilis A.D. 1723 cum facultatibus missionarii in Angliam regressus est. [Winstanley's hand:] Hic ad aetatem centum et trium annorum vixit, cum in missione plus quam sexaginta annos laborasset. Mors eius ex publicis Angliae gazetis nobis primum innotuit. 141; A4, 12-13; G, 171. (Durham.) Son of Thomas Ashmall of Amerston, near Stockton, and Mary Addison. Came, aged 15, Aug 9 1711. After Poetry and Rhetoric began Logic Oct 29 1714. Oath May 23 1715. Tons. and minors June 5 1716. Began Theology under Mawdesley and Slaughter Jan 10 1718. Subd. Dec 17 1718; diac. Jan 8 1719; priesthoo'd Feb 18 1720. Went missioner to England April 25 1723 [BA 215, 94]. Lived to be a hundred and three. Note: June 17 1724 Superiors sent him a good character after he had been calumniated (Ushaw: UCM 2, 152). Died Feb 5 1798 (Ushaw: OS/ G 16, T. Eyre's list).

ASHTON, Charles [1769-1797] [Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born Dutton Lodge, Cheshire, March 8 1769, son of Thomas Ashton and Anne Massey; confirmed by Matthew Gibson; admitted Oct 10 1792; died in College. A4, 13; G, 171. Note: Died July 22 1797 as a student in Theology (BA 78). A4, 13 rightly queries G's statement that he was ordained.

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ASTON, William [1651-1668] GUILIELMUS ASTON, Staffordiensis, nobilis [All in Perrott's hand:] Huius pater fuit Herbert Aston, mater vero Catherina Thimbleby, ambo Catholici. Latinitatem vix a limine salutarat cum ex Anglia huc allatus est a R. D. Episcopo Portalegrensi ut humanioribus litteris in finem Collegii incumberet. Appulit 3 Ianuarii 1667, annum completurus die Sancti Polycarpi instantis scilicet 26 Ianuarii decimum sextum. Incubuit literis humanioribus sub D. Roberto Edwards. Et 12 Iunii 1668 morbillis correptus lecto decubuit et pie in Domino obdormivit eiusdem mensis die 19, sacramentis Ecclesiae munitus. Iuvenis bonae spei et magnae pietatis. Sepultusque intra cancellos a fronte Capellae Dominae Nostrae a Nativitate. R.I.P. 87; G, 172. (Staffordshire.) Son of Herbert Aston and Catherine Thimbleby, Catholics. Had hardly started Latin when brought by Bishop Russell. Arrived Jan 3 1667, aged almost 16 (born Jan 26). Studied humanity under Edwards. Died June 19 1668. Buried at altar of Our Lady of the Nativity. ATKINSON, James [no date: c.1700 (?)] IACOBUS ATTKINSONUS [All in E. Jones's hand:] Ad Collegium access it ad Latinitatem et paulo post morbo correptus vita functus est, sepultusque iacet ad pedes Capellae Sancti Thomae Episcopi Cantuariensis intra cancellos. R.I.P. 179; not in G. Came for Latin; soon fell ill and died; buried at altar of St Thomas.

ATMORE, James [left 1744] [Columnar entry, BA 4:] Ran away May 26 1744. Not in G. Note: Son of Thomas. Accepted Sept 17 1738 (BA 131, 26). ATWOOD, Thomas [arrived 1695] Note: No entry for him. Son of George (BA 56, 15). Arrived Feb 24 1695; left Aug 9 1701 (BA 13, 32). Not in G. *Ayliffe, Anthony see LOVEDEN, Anthony

BALDWIN, James [c.1696IACOBUS BALDWIN, Suffolciensis [All in E. Jones's hand:] Iacobus Baldwin, filius Iacobi Baldwin de Westbrook, iuxta Ipswich in comitatu Suffolciae, generosi, et Mariae Pierce, annos quindecim natus, huc appulit ad Latinitatem die 9 Augusti anno 1711. Sed ad perseverandum in studiis minus aptus inventus, in patriam rediit die 24 Octobris A.D. 1713. 142; not in G. (Suffolk.) Son of James Baldwin of Westbrook, near Ipswich, and Mary Pierce. Came for humanity, aged 15, Aug 9 1711. Unsuited for studies; went home Oct 24 1713.


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BALDWIN, John, al. LANGTON [1641-1684] IOANNES BALDUINUS, alias LANGTONUS, Lancastriensis [Perrott's hand:] Hic fuit filius Roberti Balduini et Emolinae Archer, Catholicae fidei professorum. Appulit huc 19 Septembris 1664 Latinitate bene instructus, et Philosophiae incubuit, cuius theses triennales R. D. Episcopo Portalegrensi dicatas sub praesidio D. Matthei Watkinsoni Philosophiae Praelectoris cum laude publice defendit, annos agens 29 dicti Septembris 1664 viginti tres. [E. Jones's hand:] Facultates missionarii accepit iuramentumque praestitit 17 Iulii anno 1680 [see note]. 75; A3, 7; G,224. (Lancashire.) Son of Robert Baldwin and Emily Archer, Catholics. Arrived Sept 19 1664, well educated in Latin; aged 23 on Sept 29. Studied Philosophy and defended theses, dedicated to Bishop Russell, under Watkinson. Missionary faculties July 17 1670 [see note]. Note: Sponsored by Robert Charnock (BA 12, 194). Oath Aug 6 1666 (Oaths). Said Masses for Founder from Oct 16 1667 (BA 171, 4). Missionary oath Feb 2 1670 (BA 215, 28). *Banks, Peter see METCALFE, Peter BARABBIN 0, Sebastian [c .1717 ] SEBASTIANUS BARABBINO, Genoensis [All in E. Jones's hand:] Filius Ioannis Caroli Barabbino et Annae Mariae de Ravara, undecem annorum aetatis, obtenta venia Em. Protectoris Nonnii de Cunha de Atayde, in Collegium admissus est die 20 Maii A.D. 1728 ad Latinitatem, paterque eius persolvit septuaginta millia realium quotannis pro victu. Studio Latinitatis incubuit usque ad 21 Novembris A.D. 1729, quando ad patrem rediit in hac civitate negotiantem. 215; not inG. Son of Genoese parents, Giovanni Carlo Barabbino and Anna Maria da Ravara. Came, with Protector's permission, May 20 1728, aged 11, for Latin; father pays 70 milres yearly. Left Nov 21 1729; returned to his father, a businessman in Lisbon. BARKER, Edward or Edmund [arrived and left 1681] EDOARDUSBARKER [All in E. Jones's hand:] Edoardus Barker missus ad Collegium ab eodem Ill. Praesule ad probationem, qua facta, et ipse minus idoneus repertus ad Collegii finem, dimissus mense Augusto, septimo scilicet post eius receptionem 1681. 174; A2, 16 and G, 173 have him ordained, perhaps confusing him with another E. B. Came, sent by Bishop Russell on trial; not at all suitable; dismissed after seven months Aug 1681. Note: 'Ed. Barker came to ye Colledg upon trial Jan.ry 15 1680/1, & was dis mist Aug. following' (BA 13, 20). Half-brother of James Underhill (RRL Oct 7 1676 and Jan 15 1681).


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*Barker, James see UNDERHILL, James; Barker, Thomas see CLARENCE, Peter; Barker, Thomas see WOODWARD, Thomas; Barlow, Edward see BOOTH, Edward; Barlow, Henry see BOOTH, Henry BARNARD, James [1733-1803]

[Columnar entry by Barnard himself, BA 4:] Born London March 26 1733, son of Thomas Barnard and Margaret Brown. Baptised March 27 1733 and [conditionally] March 23 1756. Entered Philosophy [at Seville] Sept 9 1756. Oath [at Seville] March 12 1757; confirmed March 23; minors March 24; subd. July 10; diac. July 17; priesthood July 24, 1st Mass July 31 1757. Admitted at Lisbon July 14 1758. Solemn sermons Dec 1758, March and Dec 1759. Defended theses June 1760. Oath June 23 1761. Missionary oath July 17 1761 [BA 215, 119]. A4, 18-20; 0, 173-4. Note: Patent as President Aug 5 1776; oath Jan 21 1777 (BA 121). Resigned presidency 1782; patent for his successor, W. Fryer, who arrived June 8 1782, is dated Dec 31 1782 (BA 112, 5). His presidency is summarised in BA 112, 3-5: appointed to revitalise College after Bernard's negligent rule (see UM Dec 1981, pp. 3- 18). In the course of introducing order into College's affairs did excellent work of lasting value in arranging archives. Introduced modern accounting system. Obtained dispensation from the backlog of more than 80,000 unsaid Masses of obligation. Left College Aug 11 1782 (BA 57). Back in London last week of Aug (AA Sept 6). Philosophy dictates he wrote at Seville 1757- 8 are BA 254-5. 68 of his letters and 34 to him in Corr, with copies of some of his letters in BA 219. Was College's London Agent 1789-1802; accounts in AA. For his papers in OC 370 see Eamon Duffy, 'James Barnard and the Catholic Committee', UM June 1974, 39-49. Left his mark on most parts of the archives for first 150 years of College's history. Died Sept 12 1803 (Corr Sept 20). *Barnesley, John see PERROTT, John BARRETT, George, al. MARTIN [1638-1699] OEOROIUS MARTINUS, alias BARRET, Varvecensis, nobilis [H. Waring's hand:] Huius pater fuit Thomas Barret nobilis. Literas humaniores incepit in Anglia. Unde missus huc appulit 8 Martii A.D. 1652, cum esset annorum quatuordecim, unus ex tertia missione ad Latinitatem. [In margin: Tilden's hand from this point: natus est 23 Februarii anni 1637.] Habitum Collegii simul ac iuramentum sumpsit 10 Octobris anni 1655. Or dines minores suscepit 10 Martii 1656 feria 6 quatuor temporum Quadragesimae in capella privata Episcopi Targensis. Conclusiones logic as publice cum laude defendit sub D. Ioanne Barnsleo 19 Iunii 1656; itemque alias ex universa Philosophia collectas 29 Martii


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1658; item conclusiones theologicas de Fide, Spe et Charitate sub eodem Magistro 21 die Decembris 1659. Ad sacros ordines subdiaconatus et diaconatus promotus est 29 et 30 Maii 1660 ab Episcopo Targensi in privato ipsius oratorio, infra octavam Corporis Christi; et demum ad presbyteratum ab eodem Episcopo die 7 Martii, Divo Thomae Aquinati sacro, anno 1661. 44; A3, 9; G, 174. (Warwickshire.) Son of Thomas Barrett of noble birth. Born Feb 23 1637. Began humanity in England. Arrived March 8 1652, when 14, in 3rd Latin mission. Oath Oct 10 1655. Minors March 10 1656. Defended Logic under Perrott June 1656; Philosophy March 1658; Faith, Hope and Charity December 1659. Subd. and diac. May 29-30 1660; priesthood March 7 1661. Note: Nephew of H. and W. Waring (BA 12, 61). Procurator and Prefect of Studies Aug 24 1664; Philosophy Lecturer Sept 20 1667; Confessor Dec 2 1668 (BA 122). Died Aug 15 1699 (CRS 13, 363). *Barton, John see DEATH, Abel; Baskerville, William see BODENHAM, William; Bayram see BYROM BECKER, John [accepted 1719] Note: No entry for him. Born in England of Flemish parents. Superiors agreed to admit him Jan 7 1719; he may not actually have come. (BA 131). Not in G. BELLI, John Baptist [1699IOANNES BAPTISTA BELLI, Ulissiponensis All in E. Jones's hand:] Filius fuit Iosephi Belli, Venetiani. Collegium ingressus est die 5 Iunii A.D. 1715 ad Latinitatem, aetatis 16 annorum hoc eodem mense completorum. Mense Novembris A.D. 1717 vestibus saecularibus a patre furtive obtentis per aliquot dies per civitatem vagabundus oberravit, donec ordine per patrem obtento in carcerem, vulgo dictum Lamoire, ad paenas obluendas inobedientiae suae iniectus est. Post aliquot ibi septimanas, paenitentia peracta, suasu amicorum a patre dorni receptus est et 5 Ianuarii anno 1718, cum nullam infamiae maculam contraxerat, praeter meram inobedientiam patrem erga et Superiores, iterum in Collegium admissus supliciter veniam petiit. Rursus tamen e Collegio exiens eodemque modo per civitatem oberrans, iterum in carcerem iniectus est et navi impositus in Brasiliensem plagam navigavit. In patriam iterum reversurus infeliciter naufragio periit. 157; not in G. (Lisbon.) Son of Joseph Belli, a Venetian. Came June 5 1715 for Latin, aged 16. Nov 1717 stole lay clothes from his father and wandered round city for some days until his father had him put in prison. After some weeks received at home again; allowed back into College Jan 5 1718. But same thing happened again; this time he was put on a ship for Brazil; died in shipwreck on way home.


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Note: 'Went home again on the 9th of April ditto anno de 1718: and embarking upon a Ship belonging to his Father bound to the Ryo do Jamo was cast away and never heard of since.' (BA 13, 196) *Bennet, John see HANMER, John; Benson, Francis see THOROLD, Francis; Benville, see BENWELL BENWELL, Francis, al. BENVILLE and Benjamin WILLIS [missioner 1684] FRANCISCUS BENVILLE [All in E. Jones's hand:] Ordinibus susceptis finitisque studiis Praefectus Studiorum et Collegii Procurator factus est die 10 Ianuarii anno 1682. Cum facultatibus missionarii in Angliam rediit 8 Octobris, dico die 8 Novembris, anno 1684, ubi ali quam diu laboravit in animarum salute procuranda, donec nascente Walliae Principe filio Iacobi Secundi Regis extremo gaudio correptus mente excidit. 100; A3, 11-12; G, 179. Received orders and finished studies; made Prefect of Studies and Procurator Jan 10 1682. Went missioner to England Nov 8 1684 [BA 215, 52]; worked a while for souls but went out of his mind for joy when Prince of Wales was born. Note: Was on a fund by July 2 1675 (BA 13, 13). Oath Sept 8 1677 (Oaths). BERNARD, Gerard, al. WOODBERRY [1715-1783] Note: No entry for him. Arrived at St Gregory's, Paris Dec 2 1729; placed in school at Picpus; ordained Dec 19 1739; D.D. March 8 1742; left for mission May 21 1742 (CRS 19: 129, 133-4). Arrived at Lisbon Nov 30 1742 (BA 217). Vice-President and Prefect of Studies Dec 17 1742 (BA 122). Patent as President Feb 3 1756; oath Sept 14; succeeded by Barnard Jan 21 1777 (BA 121). Lived out of College during Barnard's presidency; returned in Fryer's; died there Sept 22 1783 (BA 112, 6; CRS 12, 22). 100 letters to him in Corr; a few of his letters in BA 219. See also UM Dec 81, 3-18. A4, 307; G, 175. *Betts, John see GOTHER, John BIDDLECOMB, Martin, al. Edward MARTIN and COFFIN and STANLEY [ -1678] EDUARDUS STANLEUS, alias BIDLECOM, Dorcestrensis, honesto loco natus [All in Pickford's hand:] Hic Duaci in Collegio literas hum ani ores et Philosophiam accepit; mox unus primae missionis huc appulit 14 Novembris 1628, ubi post tres annos Sacrae Theologiae, sacerdotio ab Ill. Protectore initiatus 17 Iulii 1633, eodem anno 8 Septembris in Flandriam ad Collegium remissus est ut quartum annum Theologiae persolveret, quia


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hie tunc temporis sola Philosophia praelegebatur. Verum morbo in itinere correptus, recta Angliam petiit ubi officio praedicationis laudabiliter fungi dicitur. 2; A2, 24-5; G, 176. (Dorset.) Studied humanity and Philosophy at Douai College. Arrived in 1st mission Nov 14th 1628. Ordained after 3 years of Theology July 17 1633; Sept 8 1633 sent to Douai College for 4th year because here only Philosophy was being taught. Fell ill on journey, so went straight to England, where he is said to be preaching well. Note: Son of William and Alice (CRS 18, 38); entered Douai Oct 26 1619 (CRS 10, 176). *Biggs, John see VANCAM, John; Biggs, Nicholas see SIMONS, Nicholas

BILLINGTON, John [1763-1845] [Columnar entry, BA 4] Born Durton, Lancashire, Sept 1 1763, son of James and Jane; confirmed May 16 1776 by Hornyold; admitted Nov 5 1777; oath March 12 1781; left Feb 11 1784. A4, 33; G, 176. Note: Was not ordained when he left to be clerk to a Hamburg merchant (BA 219). See also CRS 15, 226-7.

BIRD, Christopher, al. MAHUN [missioner 1689] CHRISTOPHERUS BIRD, alias MAHUN, convictor, Londinensis, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] Huc appulit 27 Martii 1679. Logicas conclusiones sub D. Roberto Smitheo cum laude defendit. Habitum sumpsit 7 Septembris anno 1686, finitisque studiis ordinibusque initiatus cum facultatibus missionarii in Gallias navigavit 23 Decembris anno 1689, ubi Parisiis aliquamdiu commoratus, inde in Angliam secessit. Ubi post aliquos in conversione animarum annos consumptos mortuus est. R.I.P. 110; A3, 16; G, 176. (London.) Came March 27 1679. Defended logical theses under Robert Smith. Oath Sept 7 1686. Went missioner Dec 23 1689 [BA 215, 60] first to France, where he stayed a while in Paris, and then to England. Died after working some years for salvation of souls.

BIRDSALL, William [1785-1838] [Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born York July 4 1785, son of Cottambird Birdsall and Elizabeth Danson; baptised by Chamberlain; confirmed by Douglass; admitted Sept 13 1802. Not in G. Note: July 17 1808 left because of French usurpation (BA 215, 148). Arrived Ushaw Sept 24 1808; ordained at Ushaw June 13 1810 (Ushaw: Diary and Ordinations). Died Feb 17 1838 (BA 78).

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quam adimpleverat 20 Ianuarii proximo elapsi, Collegiumque ingressus est ad Latinitatem. Finitis humaniorum literarum studiis, etiam et Philosophiae, Theologiam ingressus iuramentum Collegii praestitit habitumque assumsit die 21 Decembris 1733. Die 19 Martii A.D. 1734 ab Ill. D. D. Iosepho Henrico Correa da Gama, Episcopo Constantiniensi, ex speciali comissione RR. DD. Decani et Capituli Ulyssiponensis Orientalis sede vacante, in privato suo oratorio ordines celebrante ad primam ton sur am clericalem quatuorque minores ordinum gradus; die vero 20 eiusdem mens is et anni ad sacrum subdiaconatus ordinem promotus erat. [Bernard's hand:] Die quinto Martii anni 1735 sacrum diaconatus ordinem suscepit; et sub initium anni 1737 presbyter factus primam Missam celebravit die quinto Martii . Ipse post vacantias anni 1736 D. Ioanni Preston in docendis humanioribus litteris successit. Praefectus Studiorum declaratus est die 31 Martii anni 1738, et die trigesimo primo Octobris 1739 Vice-Praeses nominatus iuramentum huius officii praestitit in manibus D. Ioannis Manley Praesidis. Cum officio Vice- Praesidis munus docendi humaniores litteras coniunxit [in margin: usque ad Natale Domini anni 1741 (a mistake jor 1740)]. Utinam egregiae indo Ii par vitae exemplar respondisset! Vino plus aequo deditus per duos ultimos annos turpiter adeo se gessit ut Praeses necessitate coactus eum ab officiis amoverat. Missione accepta in Angliam navigavit die sexto Februarii anni 1741 , ubi post aliquot annos fato functus est. R.I.P. 214; A4, 34; G, 176-7. (Lancashire.) Born Jan 20 1713, son of John Birtwistle and Ellen Holywell, Catholics. Came Aug 17 1727 for Latin. Oath Dec 21 1733. Tons. and minors 19 and subd. 20 March 1734; diac. March 5 1735; priesthood early 1737. Master of Humanity autumn 1736; Prefect of Studies March 31 1738; Vice-President Oct 31 1739, while Master of Humanity. Given to drink; had to be removed; went missioner to England Feb 6 1741; died after some years. Note: Oath as Philosophy Lecturer Aug 31 1738 (BA 122). In July 1739 he drafted a continuation of what Jones had written above: ordained Feb 17 1737; made Prefect of Studies Jan 6 1738 by Slaughter, actingPresident; Vice-President from April 24 1739; asthmatic. Describes himself as 'plain, fair and honest, very zealous for College's good, but too prone to anger' (CCL July 1739); see CCL May 1740 for decision to dismiss him. Missionary oath Jan 31 1741 (BA 215, 104). Died Jan 26 1742/3 (CRS 12, 6). *Bishop, Francis see VICTOR, Francis BISSAGER, Isaac John [c. 1750-1769] [Columnar entry, BA 4:] Confirmed Feb 6 1764 by Challoner; admitted March 28 1764; died in College May 26 1769. G, 177. Note: Was 14 on arrival; knew no Latin (Corr Feb 22 1764).


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*Bix, Nicholas see SIMONS, Nicholas; Blackburn, Richard see TAYLOR, Richard; Blacklow, Joseph see BLACOE, Joseph; Blacklow, Thomas see WHITE, Thomas - 1740] BLACOE, Joseph, al. WALTON [ IOSEPHUS BLACOE, Lancastriensis, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] Appulit die 10 Novembris an no 1694. Literis humanioribus incubuit sub D. Georgio Slaughter, Philosophiae sub DD. Eduardo Jones et Georgio Slaughtero. Hic a patribus Societatis missus ad Collegium Anglorum Valliocense in Hispania, Ulissiponi accedens a R. D. Mathia Watkinsono Praeside detentus est et in Collegium admissus . Conclusiones de Ente Rationis, Praedicabilibus et Praedicamentis defendit sub D. Eduardo Jones die 4 lunii anno 1697. Conclusiones super 8 libros Physico rum defendit sub D. Georgio Slaughtero die 7 lulii anno 1698. Juramentum CoUegii praestitit 30 Martii anno 1697. Conclusiones theologicas de Proaemialibus Theologiae, Essentia, Natura, Attributis Dei et Visione Beatifica propugnavit cum laude sub D. Eduardo Jones 3 Novembris anno 1700. Ordinibus sacris et sacerdotio susceptis cum missionarii facultatibus in Angliam regressus est 24 lanuarii anno 1703, ubi etiamnum laborat anno 1710. 128; A3, 18; G, 177. (Lancashire.) Arrived Nov 10 1694. Studied humanity under Slaughter, Philosophy under Jones and Slaughter. The Jesuits sent him to Valladolid, but when he reached Lisbon Watkinson kept him here. Defended logical theses under Jones June 1697, physical under Slaughter July 1698. Oath March 30 1697. Defended theological theses under Jones Nov 1700. Ordained. Went missioner to England Jan 24 1703 [BA 215,83]; is still working there 1710. Note: 'Joseph Blacoe came to ye Colledge on ye ninth of December 1694 being bound for Vall do lid but falling sicke & left behind by his companions in a poor condition Mr President Mathias Watkinson charitably proposing to procure a sufficient alms amongst ye Portugues Gentry for his maintainance admitted him into ye house. but got nothing I know off but twenty mil rs I Nicholas Waldegrave gave him as an alms on ye 12th of said Decembr.' (BA 13, 147). Died April 2 1740 (Corr May 5). *Blacoe, Richard see TOOTELL, Christopher

BLEVIN, James [arrived 1745] [Columnar entry, BA 4:] Son of Richard and Jane; baptised Sept 18 1732 by Robert Morgan; admitted Aug 11 1745; oath Dec 19 1750; minors Sept 19 1755. A4, 37 (points out there is no evidence he was ordained); 0, 177. Note: Master of Humanity July 71755 (BA 131,55). March 61765 he had still declined to take maj or orders (BA 131, 58). Was still in Lis bon March 1771 (Corr).


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BLOUNT, Gilbert [c.l621OILBERTUS BLOUNTUS, Salopiensis, nobilis [Clarence's hand:] Hic patre Iacobo Blounto armigero natus, in studiis enutritus, missus a Clero cum literis testimonialibus appulit die 7 Iulii an no 1640, unus ex quart a missione, cum natus esset annis 19. Iuramentum et habitum Collegii suscepit ultimo Martii 1641. Conclusiones in Logica pub lice defendit sub D. Thoma Progero [Pickford's hand:] ac demum cursum integrum 28 Martii 1643. Primam tonsuram et ordines minores sus cepit ab Ill. Protectore 18 Decembris 1643, subdiaconatum vero 18 Aprilis 1645. Materiam Incarnationis sub D. Ellisaeo publice defendit 30 Aprilis 1645. Diaconatum 26 Iulii et 30 eiusdem anni 1645 ab Ill. Protectore suscepit presbyteratum. Tandem fmitis studiis, praemisso examine et praestito iuramento cum prornissione adnexa, cum facultatibus consuetis missionarius in patriam abiit per Hollandiam 7 Aprilis 1647. 22; A2, 29; 0, 177-8. (Shropshire.) Son of James Blount. Sent by Clergy; arrived July 7 1640 in 4th mission, aged about 19. Oath March 31 1641. Defended theses in Logic under Powell and then in the whole of Philosophy March 1643. Tons. and minors Dec 18 1643; subd. April 18 1645. Defended theses on the Incarnation under Waring April 1645. Diac. July 26 and priesthood July 30 1645. Went missioner with faculties to England by way of Holland April 7 1647.

Note: Anonymous verses celebrating his ordination in CCL 1645. Missionary oath April 3 1647 (BA 215, 12).

BLOUNT, James, al. Walters [c.l622-1694] OUALTERUS BLOUNTUS, Staffordiensis, nobilis [Pickford's hand:] Huius pater fuit Franciscus Blountus nobilis, Catholicus. Litteras humaniores incepit in Anglia. Un de huc rnissus est a Clero cum esset annorum circiter viginti unius, ex prima missione ad Latinitatem. Appulit 27 Aprilis 1643. Iuramentum cum habitu Collegii sumpsit 29 Iunii 1644. Primam tonsuram et ordines minores accepit ab Ill. Protectore 30 Novembris 1646; [H. Waring's hand:] subdiaconatum vero ab eodem accepit 24 Ianuarii 1649, diaconatum vero Februarii subsequent is die 24, praesbiteratum vero die 12 Martii eiusdem anni. Discessit tandem in Angliam die 1 Maii A.D. 1650. 31; A2, 29; 0, 178. (Staffordshire.) Son of Francis Blount, a Catholic of noble birth. Began humanity in England. Sent by Clergy, when about 21, in 1st mission for Latin. Arrived April 27 1643. Oath June 29 1644. Tons. and minors Nov 30 1646; subd. Jan 24; diac. Feb. 24; priesthood March 12 1649. Left for England May 1 1650.

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BLOUNT, Thomas [c.l616-1647] THOMAS BLOUNTUS, Salopiensis, nobilis [Pickford's hand:] Hic patre Iacobo Blounto armigero natus, literas humaniores usque ad finem Syntaxeos in Collegio Odomarensi accepit. Mox inde missus est Valleosoletum, unde post sex menses in Angliam reversus, unus ex tertia missione huc destinatur, cum annum aetatis ageret circa decimum nonum. Appulit 1 Octobris 1635. Anno vero sequenti Kalendis Aprilis cursum philosophicum incepit, et Logicam sub D. Onuphrio Ellisaeo pub lice defendit 7 Martii in festo Divi Thomae Aquinatis 1637. Habitum vero cum iuramento Collegii accepit 29 Iunii 1636. [Inked over: Hic est unus ex quatuor qui in seditione quadam per posticum Collegii erupit ipso die quo dis cess it D. Lancasterus; verum a Ministro Publico Iustitiae, iussu Ill. Protectoris, sequenti die reductus agensque paenitentiam in Collegium receptus est 2 Septembris 1638.] Anno 1638 [substituted for Mox eodem anno] ad Theologiam ascendit. Primam tonsuram et ordines minores sus cepit ab Ill. Protectore 3 Aprilis 1638. [Clarence's hand:] Ab eodem subdiaconatum die 25 Maii, diaconatum die 9 Iunii et sacerdotium die 13 eiusdem mensis an no 1641 suscepit. Denique finitis studiis, praemisso iuramento et promissione adnexa, munitus facultatibus, 14 Aprilis 1642 discessit Setuval ut navigio abiret in Hollandiam, inde in Angliam migraturus, [Tilden's hand:] ubi officium missionarii strenue exequens, pro fide incarceratus confessor e vita discessit. 13; A2, 30; G, 178. (Shropshire.) Son of James Blount; studied humanity at St Omers to the end of Syntax. Went to Valladolid [see CRS 30, 153], returned to England after 6 months and was chosen for 3rd mission, aged about 19. Arrived Oct 1 1635 and began Philosophy April 1 1636, defending theses under Waring March 1637. Oath June 29 1636. In 1638 was one of those who broke out of the College [see under Robinson, John (1)]: readmitted Sept 2 1638; began Theology. Tons. and minors April 3 1638; subd. May 25; diac. June 9 and priesthood June 13 1641. Took oath and was given faculties; April 14 1642 went to Setubal to take ship for Holland on way to England, [Tilden's hand:] where he worked hard as a missioner and died a confessor. Note: Missionary oath April 12 1642 (BA 215, 4) . Challoner, Memoirs of Missionary Priests, II, 321 says he was a convictor at Lisbon and that he died in Shrewsbury gaol; the year was 1647 (A2, 30). *Bluet, John see WILLIAMS, John (1) BLUNDELL, James [1768-1839] [Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born Scarisbrick, Lancashire Aug 21 1768, son of James Blundell and Anne Gill; baptised by Harris; admitted Oct 10 1787, sent by Simon Bordley. A4, 41; G, 178. Note: Missionary oath June 11 1799 (BA 215, 137). Died Sept 1 1839 (BA 78).


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BODENHAM, William, al. BASKERVILLE [c.l630GULIELMUS BODENHAM, alias BASKERVILE, Herfordiensis, nobilis [H. Waring's hand:] Huius pater fuit Gulielmus Bodenham armiger Catholicus. Literas humaniores incepit in Anglia. Huc missus est a R. D. Gulielmo Herberto, unus ex secunda missione ad Latinitatem. Huc appulit 1 Aprilis anna 1649, cum esset annorum circiter 19. [Whitaker's hand:] A.D. 1652 conclusiones physicas cum laude publice defendit die 12 Maii. A.D. 1653 Martii die 28 iuramentum Collegii suscepit, sequenti die 29 in templo Spiritus Sancti a R. Episcopo Targensi ad primam tonsuram et omnes ordines rninores promotus est; [Tilden's hand:] 12 vero Aprilis ab eodem Episcopo in privata capella ordinem subdiaconatus accepit; et 7 lunii eiusdem anni diaconatum. Tandem vero 29 Maii anni 1654, sic ordinante Clero Anglieano, in Galliam missus est ad Patres Oratorii, quod reliquum erat cursus theologici (cui operam dedit sesquianno) consummaturus. 42; A2, 31 - 2; G, 178. (Herefordshire.) Son of William Bodenham, a Catholic. Began humanity in England . Sent by William Herbert in 2nd Latin mission. Arrived April 1 1649, aged about 19. Defended Physics May 1652. Oath March 28 1653 and tons. and minors 29; subd. April 12; diac. June 7 1653. May 29 1654 sent, on Clergy'S orders, to Oratorians in France to complete Theology (which he had studied for a year and a half). Note: Was still a deacon when he left (BA 12, 45): I do not know whether he was ordained priest. William Herbert is William Philips (A2, 244). *Bodycoat, Moses see GOOD, John BOLNEY, Robert [c.l679- 1716] ROBERTUS BOLNEIUS, Dunelmensis, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] Robertus Bolneius, filius Thomae Bolney et Margaritae Bolneii, accessit ad Collegium A.D. 1696, mens is Augusti die 30, aetatis suae 17. Finitis studiis ordinibusque etiam sacerdotio susceptis, cum missionarii facultatibus in Angliam rediit an no 1705 ibique etiamnum laborat anno 1710. Conclusiones philosophicas publice cum laude defendit sub moderamine D. Georgii Slaughter 5 lulii anna 1700; et 13 Iulii an no 1701 theses ex universa Philosophia sub eodem Magistro aeque faeliciter propugnavit. Juramentum Collegii praestitit habitumque assumpsit die 21 Decembris anna 1701. Die 7 mensis Maii anna 1704 conclusiones theologicas de Proaemialibus Theologiae, Visione Beatifica et Scientia Dei sub moderamine D. Georgii Slaughter faeliciter propugnavit, dum theologicis studiis sub eodem Lectore Vesperario et D. Eduardo lanes Primario operam navaverit. In Concilio convocato die 6 Maii anna 1710 duo a Superioribus denominati sunt ex qui bus unus ex Anglia accerseretur ad literas humaniores in Collegio edocendas, viz. Robertus BoIney et Richardus Turner; quorum Robertus huc appulit 5 Decembris anna 1710. Finito primo quem docuit humanarum literarum cursu secundum sus cepit


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inque Praefectum Studio rum electus est die 29 Octobris anno 1714. Die 3 Februarii pleuritis dolore correptus septem post sanguinis emissiones pie obdormivit in Domino die decimo eiusdem mensis hora secunda mane an no 1716 sepultusque iacet ad pedes altaris Christi crucifixi intra cancellos. R.I.P. 97; A3, 19; G, 178- 9. (Durham.) Son of Thomas and Margaret. Came Aug 30 1696, aged 17. After studies and ordination went missioner to England 1705 and is working there now 1710. Defended philosophical conclusions under Slaughter in July 1700 and July 1701. Oath Dec 21 1701. Defended theological conclusions under Slaughter May 1704. Returned Dec 5 1710 to be Master of Humanity. Prefect of Studies Oct 29 1714. Died of pleurisy on Feb 10 1716; buried at altar of Christ crucified. Note: Started Theology Sept 18 1702. Left for England June 6 1705 (BA 13, 60), having taken missionary oath May 24 (BA 215, 84). BOMFIGLHO, James [arrived 1737] IACOBUS BOMFIGLHO, Senenensis in Italia, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] Filius fuit Ioannis Caroli, medicinae doctoris, et Catterinae Bomfighlo, Catholicorum. Ad Collegium accessit die 11 Maii A.D. 1737 ut portionista ad Latinitatem. Pentionem annuam solvit frater eius Dionysius Bomfighlo, Ulissipponi degens inserviensque Regiae Maiestati Lusitaniae in Basilica Patriarchali in officio Musici aut Cantoris. 238; not in G. (Siena.) Son of Giovanni Carlo, a doctor, and Caterina Bomfiglho, Catholics. Came May 111737 for Latin, paid for by his brother, Dionisio Bomfiglho, royal cantor at Patriarchal Basilica here. *Bond, Thomas see PIERCE, Thomas BOOTH, Edward, al. BARLOW [1638-1719] EDUARDUS BOOTH, alias BARLOW, Lancastrensis, honesto loco natus [Tilden's hand:] Huius pater fuit Richardus Booth Catholicus. Hic annos natus viginti et 10 menses, literis humanioribus bene instructus, tertius ex quarta missione ad Latinitatem huc appulit 28 Septembris 1659. [Perrott's hand:] Et peracto studio humaniorum literarum Philosophiae operam dedit sub D. Ioanne Williams, theses que ex universa Philosophia depromptas et D. Francisco de Mello dicatas, tunc apud Angliae Serenissimum Regem Legatione fungenti, cum laude defendit 26 Iunii 1664. Septembri sequenti scholas salutavit theologicas, sed paucos post dies, cogente necessitate, factus est Magister Humaniorum Literarum, cursum theologicum finito triennio redintegraturus et consummaturus. Idem 15 Decembris 1663 ordines minores, 5 Augusti 1664 subdiaconatum, 13 eiusdem mensis diaconatum, 8 tandem die Septembris eiusdem anni praesbyteratum a D. Francisco de Sotto Mayor Episcopo Targensi in suo privato oratorio suscepit.


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[E. Jones's hand:] Librum scripsit Anglicano idiomate intitulatum Meteorological Essays, concerning the Origin of Springs, Generation of Rain, & Production of Wind. With a Rational & Historical Account of the Causes & Course of the Tide, quam eleganter sane et docte elaboravit, praeloque dedit anno 1715. Hunc librum D. Franciscus Nicolsonus, vir et ingenio et literis praeditus, hoc honoravit charactere: I returne you Mr. Barlow's Book with this Character; That 'tis the most elegant and rational Piece I have seen written of a long time; manifesting the Author to be a Master in Stile, in Arguing, in Philosophy and in Mathematics, as well as his Inventions do, in Mechanichism. realy, I wonder how one, conversing so long in Mines wth Colliers only, could write so properly, so clearly, and so solidly in points so abstruse, and, before him, unaccountable. Post plurimos labores in animis lucrandis consumptos in senectute bona obiit A.D. 1719.61; A3, 19-20; G, 179-80. (Lancashire.) Son of Richard Booth, a Catholic. Came, well educated in humanity, 3rd for 4th Latin mission, aged 20 and 10 months, Sept 28 1659. After humanity studied Philosophy under John Williams (1): defended theses, dedicated to Francisco de Mello, Portuguese Ambassador in England, June 26 1664. Sept following began Theology, but after a few days postponed it for 3 years when made Master of Humanity. Minors Dec 15 1663. 1664: Aug 5 and 13 subd. and diac.; Sept 8 priesthood. Wrote Meteorological Essays, 1715, praised by Francis Nicholson [see above]. Died 1719. Note: Oath Sept 15 1663 (Oaths). Taught humanity till April 12 1667 (BA 171, 2). Missionary oath Feb 2 1670 (BA 215, 24). BOOTH, Henry, al. BARLOW [arrived 1674] Note: No entry for him. Arrived for Logic March 9 1673/4; not fit for Logic, so studied humanity. Still there in 1678 (BA 13, 40). Not in G. -1722] BOOTH, John [ IOANNES BOOTH, Eboracensis, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] Appulit anno 1686. Humanioribus literis operam dedit sub D. Francisco Petre, Philosophiae sub D. Francisco Petre et Eduardo Iones. Theses physicas defendit cum laude sub D. Eduardo Iones die 21 Maii anno 1694. Theologiam audivit sub DD. Rogero Brockholes et Hieronymo Pryme. Iuramentum Collegii praestitit die 12 Iulii anno 1693, completisque studiis ordinibusque cum sacerdotio susceptis, cum facultatibus missionarii in Angliam regress us est die 4 Decembris anno 1697, ubi etiarnnum laborat. Mortuus est. R.LP. 124; A3, 20; G, 180. (Yorkshire.) Arrived 1686. Studied humanity under F. Petre, Philosophy under Petre and Jones; defended Physics under Jones May 1694. Studied Theology under Brockholes and Pryme. Oath July 12 1693. Ordained.


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Went missioner to England Dec 4 1697 [BA 215, 73], where he is still working. Died. Note: Arrived March 1686 (BA 13, 32). Subd. April 24; diac. June 16; priesthood July 1 1696 (Barnard, BA 4) . Left for England Dec 16 1697 (BA 13, 32). Died Oct 1 1722 (Ushaw: OS/G 16, T. Eyre's list). BOSTOCK, Francis [c.1695-1713] FRANCISCUS BOSTOCKUS, Salopiensis, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] Franciscus Bostock, filius Nathanaelis Bostock de Wixhall iuxta Whitchurch in comitatu Salopiae, medicinae doctoris, et Elizabethae Hill, annos natus sexdecim, ad Latinitatem huc appulit die 9 Augusti anno 1711. Variolarum morbo correptus, die septimo aegritudinis suae 18 Iulii A.D. 1713, omnibus Ecclesiae sacramentis munitus circa horam quintam vespere animam Deo reddidit bonae indolis et spei iuvenis, sepultusque iacet ad pedes altaris Sancti Thomae Archiepiscopi Cantuariensis. R.I.P. 140; not in G. (Shropshire.) Son of Nathanael Bostock of Wixhall, near Whitchurch, Shropshire, a doctor, and Elizabeth Hill. Came for humanity Aug 9 1711, aged 16. Died of smallpox July 18 1713. Buried at altar of St Thomas. *Bowen, John see LLOYD, John; Bradley, Peter see WINDER, Peter; Bradley, Thomas see WRIGHT, Thomas BRAILSFORD, Peter [ -1734] PETRUS BRAILSFORDUS, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] Appulit die 2 Februarii anno 1692. Literis humanioribus incubuit sub D. Ioanne lones, Philosophiae sub D. Eduardo Iones et Georgio Slaughter. Adhuc missionarius in Anglia laborat anno 1714. Post multis in animabus Deo lucrandos exantlatos labores, podagra et calculi doloribus per aliquot annos pertesus tandem pie obdormivit in Domino, die 2 Decembris A.D. 1734 stili veteris. R.I.P. Amen. In testamento quod fecerat 30 libras sterlinas Collegio legavit. 127; A3, 22; G,180. Came Feb 2 1692. Studied humanity under Vane, Philosophy under Jones and Slaughter. Is a missioner in England 1714. Suffered some years from gout and stone; died Dec 2 1734 (O.S.), leaving the College ÂŁ30. Note: Oath March 30th 1697 (Oaths). Seems to have gone to Lady Wyche's Oct 13 1702 (BA 13, 32). \Vas in England by Feb 1 1704 (AA and BA 56, 15). BRAMSTON, James Yorke [1763-1836] [Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born Oundle, Northamptonshire; admitted Dec 1792; [conditionally] baptised by Fryer; confirmed by Protector; paid for himself; priesthood Christmas 1799; missioner to England July 9 1801. A4, 45-6; not in G.


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Douglass did not waive conditional baptism, even though the minister who baptised him 'was said to Drown the infants he baptized' (BA 218 June 1793). Never treated as a student in Lisbon: ate with Superiors and could go out when he pleased; his arrival led to improvement in Superiors' food. Private lectures in Logic from Allen, in Theology from Fryer. In 1801 Fryer wanted him to teach Theology, but other Superiors thought him more suitable for mission since he had never lived under College rule nor learned methods of scholasticism; they feared he might erode College's constitutions. When Protector did not support Fryer Bramston went on mission (BA 112: 12, 26-7). Died as Vicar Apostolic of London District (CD 1837: 75 and 1-7 for obituary). 20 of his letters in Corr. Engraving of him in LC. BREERS, William, al. HARRISON [1700-1741] GUILHELMUS BRERES, Lancastriensis, honesto loco natus, alias HARRISON [All in E. Jones's hand:] 1716. Filius fuit Alexandri Breres et Margarettae Esco Catholicorum. Cum aetatis esset 15 annorum quam compleverat mense Novembris anni praeteriti huc appulit die 11 Septembris Collegiumque ingressus est ad Latinitatem incoandam anno 1716. Finitis humaniorum literarum studiis Philosophiam ingressus est die 7 Aprilis A.D. 1723, praelegentibus D. Eduardo lones Logicam et D. Guilhermo Moseley, Vice-Praeside, libros Physicorum. Die 28 mensis Octobris an no 1723 iuramentum Collegii praestitit et habitum sumpsit. Item die 17 eiusdem anni [sic] primam tonsuram cum quatuor minoribus ordinibus ab Ill. D. D. loanne Archiepiscopo Lacedimoniae in sacello suo privato ordines conferrente sus cepit. Die 24 Februarii A.D. 1725 ab eodem Ill. D. in ecclesia Patrum Agonizantium in Campo, vulgo dicto Corall, ordines administrante ad subdiaconatum promotus est. Die 4 Februarii dicti anni [sic] ab eodem Ill. D. in privata sua capella ad diaconatum et die 22 Decembris eiusdem anni ad sacrum praesbyteratum in templo Patrum Societatis Jesu Divo Rocho dicato. Die 23 Aprilis anno 1727 Procurator Collegii eligitur, sed hoc munere male functus eodemque depositus [sic] in Angliam missionarius mittitur navemque ascend it die 20 Novembris anno 1728. 160; A4, 46; G, 181. (Lancashire.) Born Nov 1700, son of Alexander Breers and Margaret Esco, Catholics. Came Sept 11 1716 to begin Latin. Finished humanity; started Philosophy April 7 1723 under E. Jones and W. Mawdesley. Oath Oct 28 1723. Priesthood Dec 22 1725. Procurator April 23 1727; unsatisfactory; removed and sent missioner to England Nov 20 1728 [see note]. Note: Missionary oath Dec 19 1728 (BA 215, 99). Died Oct 23 1741 (Corr

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BRETTE, John [c.l627- 1711] IOANNES BRETTE, Lincolniensis, nobilis [All in E. Jones's hand:] Appulit die 1 Octobris anni 1665, aetatis circiter 38, ut ianitoris officium compleret, in quo versatus est usque ad annum 1707, quando aetate pertaesus et officii sui incapax redditus deinceps feriari permissus est. Bonus vir et Collegii utilitatem summopere zelans, praecipue in eleemosinis pro sepulchr~ Domini perquirendis, quas singulis Quadragesimis per viginti et amplius annos satis amplas acquisivit. 25 Martii anna 1711 paralysi percussus eo morbo laboravit usque ad quintam Octobris sequentis, quo die circa horam secundam post meridiem, omnibus Ecclesiae sacramentis munitus, plenus dierum et in senectute bona obdormivit in Domino. Reliquit Collegium bonorum suorum heredem, videlicet ducentorum millia realium, sibi ex stipendio debitorum ab eodem Collegio, subque fonte aquae benedictae ad portam Ecclesiae sepultus iacet. R.I.P. Amen. 78; not in G. (Lincolnshire.) Arrived Oct 1 1665, aged about 38, to be Porter, a post he held till he had to retire in 1707. A good man, devoted to College's welfare: for more than 20 years collected alms each Lent for the Lord's sepulchre. Suffered a stroke March 25 1711 and died Oct 5. Left College 200 milres, owed to him from his pay. Buried below font at chapel door. *Bridges, Edward see DUVAL, Edward BRIGES, John [arrived c.l692] IOANNES BRIGES, Londinensis [All in E. Jones's hand:] E Collegio effugit, nec amplius de eo notitia habita est. 127; not in G. (London.) Ran away from College; nothing else known. Note: Set out for Lisbon Dec 1692 (AA). *Briggs, Edward see DUVAL, Edward BRITTON, William [c.1613GUILIELMUS BRITONUS, Londoniensis, nobilis [All in Pickford's hand:] Hic patre Dionysio Britono natus, viro inclyto et plurima pro fide Catholica perpesso, postea vero sacerdotio in Hybernia initiato, Duacum puerulus transmissus lit eras humaniores usque ad finem Rhetorices, imo et aliquid Logicae accepit. Tandem huc destinatus est unus ex secunda missione et itinere pedestri advenit 4 Iulii 1633. Ubi duos annos Philosophiae audivit, conclusiones publicas ex universa Logica cum magno applausu sub D. Daniele defendit 7 Iunii 1634. Ad secundas quoque ex tota Naturali Philosophia in fine sequentis anni electus est; verum cum illi non concederetur dedicationem, quam patruo suo intenderat, hic publicare, quoniam dedicatio thesium iam nomine Collegii facta erat Ill. Fundatori, primo resiliit, mox a Magistro reiectus est, ac


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tandem levis et inconstans iuvenis in Angliam navi abiit 8 Iulii 1635. 10; G,182. (London.) His father was Denis [see note] Britton, who suffered much for the faith and was later made priest in Ireland. William studied humanity to end of Rhetoric and a little Logic at Douai College. Chosen for 2nd mission, arrived here on foot July 4 1633. Studied Philosophy for 2 years; defended theses in Logic June 1634 under Pickford. Chosen to defend theses in Natural Philosophy a year later; but when not allowed to dedicate them to his uncle, since College had already dedicated them to Founder, he was obstinate. Rejected by his teacher, the unreliable young man left by ship for England July 8 1635. Note: Entered Douai Sept 13 1625; father's name given as William. Left for Lisbon May 9 1633 (CRS 10: 238, 313). BROCKHOLES, Roger [1658-1700] ROGERUS BROCHOLES, Lancastriensis, nobilis [All in E. Jones's hand:] Ex Collegio Duaceno huc appulit die 15 Iunii anno 1683, ut quarto anno Theologiae, qui illi defuit, finem imponeret. Habitum Collegii sumpsit die 15 Ianuarii anno 1684. Sacerdotio initiatus in Humaniorum Literarum Magistrum electus est anno 1685, quas faeliciter docuit per duennium. Die 3 Aprilis an no 1687 Philosophiae docendae munus suscepit, conclusionesque logicales publice habuit 23 Martii anno 1688, et die 1 Iulii anno 1689 conclusiones ex universa Philosophia depromptas cum laude moderatus est. Die Ianuarii [sic] anno 1690 factus est Sacrae Theologiae Lector. Die 11 Iunii A.D. 1692 theses de Verbo Dei Incarnato Ex. D. D. Ferdinando Tellesio Sylvio, Comiti Villarmaiorio, modo Marchioni Alegretensi, [understand: dicatas] habuit. Die 28 Iulii anno 1693 conclusiones ex materia de Providentia, Praedestinatione et Sanctissima Trinitate deductas, et Ill. Protectori, D. D. Iosepho de Lancastro, Leriensi Episcopo et Inquisitori Generali, dicatas cum laude moderatus est. Itemque mense Iulii anno 1694 conclusiones habuit theologicas de Angelis, Homine, Gratia et Peccato Originali. Anno 1692 die 5 Septembris Praefectus Studiorum factus est et post multos labores in animarum conversione exantlatos Eboraci in Anglia pie obiit. R.I.P. 99; A3, 23-4: see also, 177 under PRICE, John; G, 182. (Lancashire.) Came from Douai College June 15 1683 for 4th Theology. Oath Jan 15 1684. Ordained. Master of Humanity 1685. Philosophy Lecturer April 3 1687. Logical conclusions March 1688 and philosophical July 1689. Theology Lecturer Jan 1690. Theses dedicated to Count of Villarmarj or, July 1692 and others, dedicated to Protector , July 1693; further theological theses July 1694. Prefect of Studies Sept 5 1692. After much work for conversion of souls died at York. Note: At Douai by Sept 1675 (CRS 63, 62); alumni oath Aug 15 1678 (lDD, 49). John Newcome describes him as 'an Ingenious psn, and who performd his Courses att Doway both Philos: and three years divinity wth


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satisfaction but will take his fourth yeare with you' (Corr April 30 1683). Missionary oath June 29 1695 (BA 215, 71). BROCKWELL, Charles [1696CAROLUS BROCKWELLUS, Londinensis, nobilis [All in E. Jones's hand:] Filius fuit Caroli Brockwelli, iurisconsulti, et Franciscae Spearing, ad fidem Catholicam conversorum . Cum esset aetatis 18 annorum die 11 mensis Ianuarii proximo elapsi, huc appulit die 10 Februarii anno 1714 Collegiumque ingressus est ad Latinitatem, cuius studio incubuit usque ad 26 Novembris A.D. 1716, quando e Collegio aufugiit et in navem bellicam Ducis Hannoveriensis Georgii in Anglia regnantis se transportavit. Ob latrocinia publica ereptus, patibulo Londini suspensus occubuit, Catholicam tamen fidem professus. R.I.P. 153; not in G. (London.) Born Jan 11 1696, son of Charles Brockwell, a lawyer, and Frances Spearing, converts. Arrived Feb 10 1714; studied Latin until Nov 26 1716, when he ran away and boarded an English man-of-war. Arrested for highway robbery; hanged in London. Note: 'Gone for England, run on board of an English man of war. Was hangu'd at Tiburn for Robbing on the High way, but dy'd a Catholick. Requiescat in pace. amen' (BA 13, 192). BROMLEY, Stephen [1753Note: No entry for him, though Barnard lists his name (BA 4). Born March 7 1753, son of Dr Bromley of Liverpool; arrived Oct 22 1766 (BA 219; Corr May 2 and Sept 4 1766). G, 182. Left by June 1770 (Corr). BROMWICH, Andrew [ -1702] ANDRAEASBROMAGEUS [All in E. Jones's hand:] Huc appulit die 10 Ianuarii anno 1668. Ob incuriam custodientis hunc librum plurima ad Patrem Andraeam Bromageum nos latent. Ex certa tandem traditione accepimus hunc ex parentibus catholicis fuisse natum inque hoc Collegio omnes studiorum classes faeliciter percurrisse, ordines sacros, etiam sacerdotium, suscepisse, cumque facultatibus missionis in Angliam rediisse. Ubi per aliquot annos in animarum salutem laboravit donec, sub regno Caroli Secundi Anglorum Regis grassante persecutionis procella, in carcerem coniectus post diuturnum inediae et situs languorem ad causam coram iudice dicendam inde extractus sententiam mortis pro fidei defensione subiit. At cessante postea persequentium rabie martyrii candidatus e custodia demissus missionarii munere strenue functus est, et in senectute bona pie in Domino obdormivit. 82; A3, 25-6; G, 182-3. Arrived Jan 10 1668. No proper record of him, but his parents were Catholic; did all his studies here, was ordained and went missioner to


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England. Sentenced to death [1679] in the Popish Plot scare; released [1688]; worked hard as a missioner. Died piously in old age. Note: Nephew of Daniel and Francis Fitter (G, 183). Oath Jan 9 1672 (Oaths). Presented to Lisbon Chapter for priesthood Feb 25 1675 (OF), and ordained by Russell April 29 1675 (RRL), so Bellenger's 1672 should be corrected. See also Staffordshire Catholic History, 2, 9-12. *Brooke, John see FITZHERBERT, John

BROOKE, Nicholas [1733[Columnar entry, BA 4:] Admitted Aug 8 1745. Not in G. Note: Brother of Th9mas; son of James. Born Aug 25, baptised Sept 6 1733 by William Carter, Rector of St Edmund and St Mary, Exeter, (Corr May 22 1745). BROOKE, Thomas [1727-1756] [Columnar entry, BA 4:] Admitted Jan 21 1743; oath Dec 6 1747; entered Philosophy Sept 16 1749; minors, subd. and diac. Sept 17, 18 and 26 1750; priesthood and 1st Mass June 5 and 29 1751; died in College May 3 1756. A4, 47; G, 183. Note: Brother of Nicholas; son of James. Born May 2, baptised May 14 1727 by William Carter, Rector of St Edmund and St Mary, Exeter (Corr May 22 1745). Made Master of Humanity while studying Theology Oct 25 1751; removed from post July 7 1755 and given a year to prepare for mission (BA 131: 51, 55). *Brown, John see WOOLFE, John; Brown, John Joseph see CRIMMIN, Joseph

BROWN, Philip [1764 (?)- ] [Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born London, son of Philip and Mary; baptised July 5 1764; admitted Aug 16 1781; expelled March 4 1783. Not in G. Note: Had had some education abroad (Corr July 13 1781). BROWNE, James [1779- 1801] [Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born Sheffield August 21 1779, son of Henry Browne; confirmed by Walmsley; admitted Oct 10 1792. Not in G. Note: Nephew of Rowland Broomhead (BA 219, Dec 1799), who sent him to Crook Hall 'in a rough dreary solitude' (Browne, Corr Oct 1799). Arrived at Crook Hall Nov 1799; died May 20 1801 (Ushaw: Diary). BROWNE, John [c.1636IOANNES BROWNE, Londinensis, nobilis et convictor [H. Waring's hand:] Huius pater fuit Thomas Browne nobilis. Literas humaniores incepit in Anglia, unde huc appulit 8 Martii anno 1652 cum


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esset annorum quindecim et sex mensium, unus ex tertia missione ad Latinitatem. [Tilden's hand:] Hic postquam non ignobiles progressus fecerat in Syntaxi atque Poesi, cum pecunias ab amicis ad sui sustentationem non acciperet, in Angliam discessit die 13 Augusti 1653. Ubi annum commoratus rediit Ulyssiponem 26 Augusti 1654 ad cursum philosophicum. Caeterum post annum unum elapsum et paulo plus, nempe 18 die Octobris anni 1655, ante praestitum iuramentum sponte sua recessit in Angliam, institutum Collegii mobilitate anirni magis quam ratione deserens. 43; G, 184. (London.) Son of Thomas Browne. Began humanity in England. Arrived March 8 1652, aged about 15 and a half, in 3rd Latin mission. After respectable progress in Syntax and Poetry, left for England Aug 13 1653, when financial support failed. Returned Aug 26 1654 for Philosophy. Left of his own accord without taking oath Oct 18 1655.

BRYERLY, Anthony [oath 1693] ANTONIUS BRYERLY [All in E. Jones's hand:] Huc ex Hispania appulit literisque humanioribus sub D. Francisco Petre studuit, Philosophiae sub eodem et D. Eduardo lones, Theologiae sub D. Thoma Hall, Doctore Sorbonico, et D. Hieronymo Pryme. Iuramentum Collegii praestitit die 12 Iulii anno 1693; ordinibus susceptis in Hispaniam rediit, ubi per aliquot annos versatus hydropicus interiit. 127; A3, 28; not in G. Came here from Spain. Studied humanity under Petre, Philosophy under Petre and Jones, Theology under Hall and Pryme. Oath July 12 1693. Ordained. Returned to Spain; died there of dropsy after some years.

BUCKLEY, James [1770- 1828] [Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born London Feb 24 1770, son of John and Anne; baptised Feb 26 by Gerard Robinson; admitted Feb 22 1785; ordained Christmas 1794; made Superior. A4, 49-50; G, 185. Note: Oaths: Aug 14 1795 Philosophy Lecturer; Sept 16 1796 Theology Lecturer; Sept 16 1799 Philosophy Lecturer (BA 122). Missionary oath April 4 1801 (BA 215, 138). Arrived to take up presidency May 1806; patent as President March 29 1806; oath Dec 15 1806 (BA 121). Ran a school for Portuguese boys 1808-17 (BA 112: 29, 32-33). Revised College's Constitutions and resigned presidency 1819; appointed Vicar Apostolic of West Indies that year (BA 112: 59-60). Died March 26 1828 (Corr May 14), leaving residue of estate to College (see Wills Feb 1822 and June 1824). Only 3 of his letters and 4 to him in Corr.

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ad fidem Catholicam in hac civitate, una cum quinque filiabus reductorum. Cum esset 14 annorum aetatis quos adimpleverat mense Octobris proxime elapsi, a Serenissima Portugalliae Regina missus est ad Collegium ad Latinitatem idemque ingressus est die 4 Martii A.D. 1734, eadem Serenissima D. annuam pentionem pro eodem persolvente, videlicet septuaginta millia realium, usque dum idoneus evaserit ad Collegii iuramentum praestandum. Sed post annum completum studiorum, deficiente pentione, domum reversus est. 230; not in G. (Lisbon.) Son of Charles, a sailmaker, and Margaret, Protestants, converted in Lisbon, along with their 5 daughters. Sent to College by Queen of Portugal, March 4 1734, having turned 14 previous Oct. Studied a year, but royal pension was not paid, so he left. BURNEBY, John [1'695] IOANNES BURNEBY, Londinensis, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] Filius Richardi Burneby et Elenae Bryon. Accessit ad Collegium 26 Octobris an no 1709, aetatis 14. Latinitatem incaepit sub D. Christophoro Ienkinsono, a 10 autem Ianuarii 1710 sub D. Ioanne Floydaeo. Discessit e Collegio, relictis studiis, inque patriam navigavit 19 Ianuarii anno 1711. 132; not in G. (London.) Son of Richard Burneby and Ellen Bryon. Came Oct 26 1709, aged 14. Studied humanity under Jenkinson and J. Lloyd, but gave it up and went home Jan 19 1711. BUTLER, Francis [1645] FRANCISCUS BUTLERUS, Dublinensis, nobilis [Tilden's hand:] Pater eius fuit Tobias Butler Bercheriensis, mater Anna Audley Londinensis, ambo Catholici nobiles Angli. Hic annos natus quindecim, quos complevit in die Sancti Francisci 1660, post sequiannum in Collegio Hybernorum huius civitatis peractum, literis humanioribus bene instructus, petentibus in Anglia parentibus, et ordinante Clero admissus est in convictorem ad quartam missionem ad Latinitatem 23 die Octobris 1660. 65; not in G. (Dublin.) Born Oct 4 1645. Son of Tobias Butler of Berkshire and Anne Audley of London, both English Catholics of noble birth. Well educated in humanity; studied a year and a half in Irish College in Lisbon. Admitted, at parents' request and with Clergy'S consent, as a convictor for 4th Latin mission Oct 23 1660. Note: Left March 27 1665 (BA 12, 166). BUTLER, James [arrived 1674] Note: No entry for him. Arrived (or put on fund) March 9 1673/ 4. Had left by July 2 1675 (BA 13, 101). Not in G. BUTLER, James Anthony [came and left 1709] ANTONIUS BUTLERUS, Hibernus, honesto loco natus, convictor [All in E. Jones's hand:] Huc appulit ex Hispania, missus ab avunculo suo Francisco Malbranch ad Philosophiam; sed mortuo avunculo in Hispaniam rediit die 8 Novembris 1709. 178; not in G.


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(Irish.) Came from Spain, sent by his uncle, Francis Malbranch, for Philosophy; uncle died, so he returned to Spain Nov 8 1709. Note: Came Sep 15 1709 (BA 13, 171). BYROM, Thomas, al. HAYES [ordained 1684] THOMAS BYROMUS, alias HEYS, convictor [All in E. Jones's hand:] Huc appulit die 4 lulii an no 1674. Sacerdotii ordinem sus cepit ab Ill. Protectore D. Verissimo de Lancastro 20 Februarii anno 1684. Humaniores !iteras per quatuor menses edocuit, deinde in Procuratorem Collegii electus est 4 Novembris anno 1684, quo in officio versatus est usque ad 29 Aprilis anno 1686, quando facuItates missionarii recepit et in Angliam regressus est, ubi post aliquot annos in animarum salute procuranda consumptos pie obdormivit in Domino. Ab Ill. Protectore D. Verissimo de Lancastro presbyter ordinatus est die 20 Februarii anno 1684. 80; A3, 31; G, 185. Arrived July 4 1674; ordained Feb 20 1684. Taught humanity for 4 months. Procurator from Nov 4 1684 to April 29 1686, when he left missioner for England [BA 215, 57]. Died there a few years later. Note: Oath Sept 15 1680 (Oaths). Subd. Aug 29 1683; diac. Sept 5 1683 (OF). *Byron see BYROM *Cafort, Philip see CALVERT, Philip CALVERT, Philip, al. CAFORT [1627PHILIPPUS CAFORT, alias CALVERT, Eboracensis, nobilis et convictor [All in Pickford's hand:] Huius pater fuit D. Georgius Calvert, Baro de Baltemore, Catholicus. In Anglia Latinitatem incepit, unde eductus est cum esset annorum 15, 2 Martii 1642. Appulit autem cum D. Daniele Praeside 9 lunii 1642, unus ex prima missione ad Latinitatem perficiendam. Post annum in Syntaxi habuit secundum praemium in ascensione ad Poesim 14 Augusti 1643. Theses physicas fratri suo Baroni dicatas publice defendit sub Magistro D. Victore 20 lunii 1646. Finita Philosophia in patriam rediit per Hollandiam 7 Aprilis 1647. 27; G, 185- 6. (Yorkshire.) Son of Sir George Calvert, Baron of Baltimore, a Catholic. Studied Latin in England. Arrived, aged 15, with Pickford June 9 1642, one of 1st mission for perfecting Latin. 2nd prize at end of Syntax Aug 1643. Defended theses on Physics, dedicated to his brother the Baron, under Victor June 1646. After Philosophy went home via Holland April 7 1647. CANNING, Rowland [1649- 1669] ROWLANDUS CANNING, nobilis, ex comitatu Flintensi [All in Perrott's hand:] Huius pater fuit Richardus Canning armiger, mater vero Gratia Fowler, ambo Catholici. Latinitate mediocriter


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instructus huc missus est a Clero, appulitque 3 Ianuarii 1667, annos natus circa festum Omnium Sanctorum proxime elapsum septendecim. 86; not in G. (Flintshire.) Son of Richard Canning and Grace Fowler, Catholics. Sent by Clergy, with some Latin; arrived Jan 3 1667, aged 17. Note: Died, presumably in College, Jan 4 1669 (BA 13, 16). *Cardwell, Cuthbert see CORNER, Henry

CAREW, Henry, al. CARRE [c.1645HENRICUS CAREW, alias CARRE, nobilis, Devoniensis, convictor [All in Tilden's hand:] Huius pater fuit Thomas Carew armiger, mater Anna Clifford. Cum esset annorum plus minus viginti quatuor, Latinitate mediocriter instructus, admissus est in convictorem 29 Aprilis 1659, sed post octo menses et dimidium, videlicet 14 Ianuarii 1660, taedio affectus in Angliam remeavit. 60; G, 186. (Devon.) Son of Thomas Carew, and Anne Clifford. Admitted with a little Latin as convictor April 29 1659, aged about 24. Bored: left for England Jan 14 1660. *Carey see SAVAGE; Carre, Henry see CAREW, Henry

CARRERE, Joseph Louis [1757[Columnar entry: BA 4] Born Oporto Jan 25 1757, son of Joseph Carrere and Martha Boswell; baptised Feb 13 by F. M. Xavier de Carvalho; admitted as convictor Oct 22 1774; confirmed Dec 23 1775; left July 10 1777. Not in G. Note: Paid for by his mother, Martha (BA 46, 9). CARROLL, Charles [1720CAROLUS CARROLL, Marialandensis, nobilis [All in E. Jones's hand:] Filius fuit Caroli Carroll et Doroteae Blake, Catholicorum, quindecim annos natus, quos adimplebit die 22 Martii proxime venturi. Pater eius cum de terra vulgo dicta Maryland in Angliam navigaret filium suum secum afferens, contrariis ventis et tempestatibus agitata nave huc appulit filiumque Collegio commendavit, quodque ingressus est die 17 Ianuarii A.D. 1735 ad Latinitatem. 232; not in G. (Maryland.) Born March 22 1720, son of Charles Carroll and Dorothy Blake, Catholics. Was sailing with his father from Maryland to England when storms brought the ship to Lisbon; entrusted by his father to College, which he entered Jan 17 1735. Note: Still there in Aug 1737 when father wrote from Annapolis about payment (Corr April 16 and Aug 13); left before May 1739, when account was settled (BA 57).


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CARTER, John [1711 - 1789] IOANNES CARTER, Lancastriensis, honesto loco natus [E. Jones's hand:] Filius Iacobi Carter et Elizabethae Sisson Catholicorum, aetatis sexdecim annorum quam adimpleverat mense Ianuario proxime elapso, huc appulit 17 Augosti A.D. 1727 Collegiumque ingressus est ad Latinitatem [Manley's hand:] cui operam dedit sub D. Thoma Hesketh, quo sub finem anni Poetici moriente, nimirum 3 Augusti anno 1730, Poeseos finem et Rhetoricae initium fecit sub D. Ioanne Manley Praeside. Adveniente ex Anglia Magistro Iacobo Shirley mense Decembris anno 1730, Rhetoricae studium continuavit sub eodem Magistro Shirley fere ad finem Martii 1731; quo tempore Magistro Shirley contra Superiorum mandata Collegium deserente, idem Rhetoricae studium resumpsit sub D. Ioanne Manley Praeside. Sub medium mensis Iunii febri correptus est, quae cum hectica esset, et adhibita remedia nihil proficerent, de medici consilio missus est in Angliam ut valetudinem recuperaret; discessit e Collegio die 7 Septembris 1731 in Angliam navigaturus in navi cui nomen Regina Portugalliae, sub nauclero Gerardo King. [E. Jones's hand:] Valetudine in Anglia recuperata iterum Ulissiponem repetiit Collegium que ingressus die 20 Iulii anno 1733 ad studia prosequenda. Die 21 Novembris A.D. 1735 iuramentum Collegii praestitit habitumque sus cepit. Sed ex climatis intemperie eadem renascente infirmitate, susceptis ordinibus, videlicet 25 Februarii 1736 diaconatus, 26 eiusdem mensis et anni sacri praesbyteratus, simul ac facultatibus missionis die 19 Iulii eiusdem anni navem conscendens in Angliam navigavit. 213; A4, 55; G, 186. (Lancashire.) Son of James Carter and Elizabeth Sisson, Catholics. Came Aug 17 1727, aged 16, for Latin; studied it under T. Hesketh, Manley and Shirley. June 1731 fell ill: sent to England; recovered and returned July 20 1733. Oath Nov 21 1735. Fell ill again; diac. and priesthood Feb 25- 26 1736. Went missioner to England July 19 1736. Note: 'This young Man fell into a spitting of Blood, wch. was fear'd would bring him into a Consumption, for wch. reason, by the Dors. Order, was Sent to England and Embarkt on the 7th of Sept. 1731. But being Reestablisht in his Health, return'd again to the ColI. on the 20th of July 1733' (BA 14, 101). Missionary oath July 17 1736 (BA 215, 102). Died Oct 10 1789 (Corr Nov 30). CATON, Thomas [1756- 1826] [Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born Lancaster Sept 26 1756, son of John Caton and Anne Gregson; baptised Oct 3 by Nicholas Skelton; admitted Oct 30 1768; entered Philosophy Sept 16 1774; oath April 7 1777; minors May 24 1777; subd. June 13 1778; diac. March 20 1779; priesthood March 11, 1st Mass March 26 1780; solemn sermons Nov 1779, Feb and Dec 1780. A4, 57- 8; G, 186.


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Note: Oath as Procurator Aug 19 1780 (BA 122); missionary oath July 12 1782 (BA 215, 125). Died Sept 14 1826 (CRS 12, 169); see also CRS 13: 15, 372. 2 letters in Corr. CATON, William [1782[Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born London June 5 1782, son of Robert Caton and Mary Thornbrough; baptised by Rowland Davies; confirmed by Douglass; admitted Oct 9 1795; left. G, 186- 7. Note: Left Jan 1798 (BA 219). CHALLONER, Edward [1640- 1662] EDUARD US CHALONER, Lancastrensis, honesto loco natus [Tilden's hand:] Huius pater fuit Eduardus Chaloner, mater lana Harrison, ambo Catholici. Huc appulit 9 Novembris 1660, quintus ex quarta missione ad Latinitatem, alumnus designatus, annos natus viginti mense Maio eiusdem anni. Hic literis humanioribus operam dederat per 6 annos in Anglia. Et peracto [in margin: in Collegio] humaniorum literarum curriculo Logicae incepit operam navare sub D. Joanne Guilielmo mense lanuarii 1662. [Perrott's hand:] Vigesimo autem nono Augusti sequentis post gravem febrim "et dysenteriam quibuscum longo tempore conflictatus est, omnibus sacramentis munitus pie in Domino obdormivit. luvenis bonae spei et magnae pietatis. Sepultus est a fronte Capellae Beatae Virginis de Pace extra cancellos. R.I.P. 66; G, 187. (Lancashire.) Son of Edward Challoner and Jane Harrison, Catholics. Arrived Nov 9 1660, 5th of 4th Latin mission, to be an alumnus; aged 20. Had studied humanity for 6 years in England. Began Logic under John Williams (1) Jan 1662. Died of fever and dysentery Aug 29 1662. Buried in front of chapel of Our Lady of Peace. CHAMPION, Anthony [1710Note: No entry for him. Son of Anthony Champion and Mary Ireland, Catholics. Born March 28 1710 O.S. Baptised in London; confirmed at St Omers, where he studied humanity 4 years. 3 years of Philosophy and 1 of Theology at Valladolid Nov 26 1726-Aug 1730; dismissed. Entered English College, Rome Aug 6 1731; dismissed April 1732 (CRS: 69, 61 ; 30, 186 and 40, 183). Came to Lisbon May 1732; not admitted. Went to London: Bishop Giffard sent him to College (CCL July 1739); entered Aug 27 1732 (BA 13, 232). Dismissed July 2 1733 for 'breeding Dissensions in the House and raising Calumnies of the Vice-President [Hassall] and others of the Family' (BA 131, 24). Married soon after (Corr Oct 10 1733). Not in G. CHARNOCK, Richard, al. ARUNDEL and COOPER [c.l602-1631] RICHARDUS ARUNDELIUS, alias CHERNOCUS, Bedfordiensis, nobilis et convictor [All in Pickford's hand:] Hic Duaci literas humaniores accepit; tum Romam in initio pontificatus Urbani Octavi devotionis causa ad lubilaeum


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profectus indeque specialem benedictionem Praesidi et Collegio Pontificis nomine impertiendam secum deferens, Philosophiae operam dedit; post quam in Angliam reversus iterumque in Flandriam rediens, ut simul cum Antonio Morgano et Eduardo Schinero regiones varias inviseret, cum prima tamen huc missione se coniunxit et appulit 22 Novembris 1628; ubi datis egregiis diligentiae et pietatis exemplis in morbum prolixum et molestissimum incidens sanctissime obiit 26 Septembris 1631. 3; G, 170-71. (Bedfordshire.) Studied humanity at Douai College [which he entered Aug 10 1620 (CRS 10, 181)]. Then went to Rome for Holy Year and brought back a papal blessing [ib. 230,236]. Studied Philosophy, went to England [May 14 1627 (ib. 252)] and returned to Flanders to go on tour with Anthony Morgan and Edward Skinner, but joined 1st mission and arrived here Nov 22 1628. Exemplary in his commitment and virtue, but contracted a most painful disease and died a very holy death Sept 26 1631. CHARNOCK, Robert, al. MANLEY [1615-1671] ROBERTUS MANLEIUS, alias CHERNOCUS, Lancastrensis, nobilis [All in Pickford's hand:] Hic patre Rogero Chernoco natus, literas humaniores accepit in Anglia et cum iam a Patribus Societatis destinatus esset ad Romanam vel Hispanam missionem, consilio R. D. Edmundi Irlandi sacerdotis huc a matre amandatus est, unus ex secunda missione; navi appulit Kalendis Septembris 1633 cum esset annorum aetatis octodecim; ubi cursum Philosophiae audivit, et ter publicas conclusiones sub D. Daniele defendit, primas ex universa Logica 11 Iunii 1634, secundas ex tota Philosophia Naturali Kalendis Iulii 1635, terti as ex universo cursu 18 Iunii 1636. Habitum verum et iuramentum Collegii accepit 29 Iunii 1635 in festo Sanctorum Apostolorum Petri et Pauli. [In margin: Primam tonsuram et minores 21 Decembris 1635 ab Ill. Protectore; subdiaconatum 21 Decembris 1638; diaconatum 2 Ianuarii 1639.] Mox ad Theologiam ascendens, in tertio eiusdem anna sacris ordinibus et sacerdotio initiatus est ab Ill. Protect ore 26 Aprilis 1639, statimque 15 die Maii sequentis publicas theses ex materia de Angelis defendit sub D. Onufrio Elisaeo. Tandem sub fine quarti anni theologici, habito prius examine, concione, et praestito iuramento cum promissione adnexa, in patriam cum facultatibus missionarius navigio abiit 15 Aprilis 1640. 8; A2, 52; G, 187. (Lancashire.) Son of Roger Charnock; studied humanity in England. Though the Jesuits intended him for Rome or Spain, his mother sent him here on Mr Edmund Ireland's advice as one of 2nd mission. Arrived by sea Sept 1 1633, aged 18. Studied Philosophy and defended theses under Pickford June 1634, July 1635 and June 1636. Oath June 29 1635. Tons. and minors Dec 21 1635; subd. Dec 21 1638; diac. Jan 2 1639; priesthood in 3rd Theology April 26 1639, after which he defended theses May 15 under Waring. Left by sea for home a missioner with faculties April 15 1640. Note: Missionary oath April 14 1640 (BA 215, 3). In George Leyburn's list of noteworthy clergy (1667-8); Leyburn claims to have secured him


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free admission to Lisbon (CRS 11, 537). Died Feb 2 1671 (CRS 3, 98). For his will see official enquiry into his estate in CRS 17, 327-62. *Chrimpsey see SKINNER; Circuit, George see WHETNALL, George; Clare see EDEN, James CLARENCE, Peter, al. Thomas BARKER [ -1673] PETRUS CLARENCIUS, alias THOMAS [Pickford's hand:] Hie Hispali in Collegio Anglorum educatus, post multos laborum annos in Anglia huc Praeses destinatus est a Capitulo CIeri Saecularis. Appulit Coroneam in Galitia, unde huc terrestri itinere pervenit 24 Iunii annp 1638, et die 8 Iulii sequentis officium auspicatus est. In cuius principio omnia turbata invenit. Cum D. Lancastero et nonnullis [corrected by Clarence from aliisque] seditiosis magnam molestiam habuit [po 19] donec illo aliisque uno aut altero dimissis, reliquos totamque domum in ordinem redegit. Regimina officiorum minorum cum iuramentis eorundem juxta regulas Collegii confecit et absolvit etc. Huius tempore, labore et industria peracta et obtenta est iuridica et regia approbatio illorum reddituum quos Fundator post obitum reliquit Collegio. Discedente in Angliam D. Thoma Kelly ipse munus VicePraesidis et Procuratoris obire incepit Kalendis Novembris 1639. Mortuo D. Guilielmo Numano Ill. Protector officium interpretis in visitatione navium exterarum, quod ille gesserat, Collegio adiecit, ita ut Praeses idoneum aliquem ex Superioribus semper Concilio Sancti Officii praesentaret, et stipendium annuum inter ipsum et Collegium divideret 3 Augusti 1640. [Clarence's hand:] Hic cum Ill. Protectore egit et obtinuit ut privilegia Collegii de gradibus scholasticis conferendis ad usum revocarentur, et ut D. Eduardus Daniel baccalaureatu et doctoratu insigniretur. Ingens aes alienum quo ante adventum illius oneratum erat Collegium, eius tempore solutum est. Perpetuas molestias passus, post fere quadriennium quo Collegium gubernavit, redeunte ex Anglia R. D. Doctore Eduardo Daniele Praeside huc a Clero destinato, discessit [Pickford's hand:] 29 Iunii 1642. 18-19; A2, 16; G, 187-8. Educated at Seville College; worked many years in England. Chosen as President by Chapter, went to Corunna and came overland, arriving June 24 1638; took up office July 8. Found all in turmoil and had difficulties with North and several trouble-makers: dismissed him and one or two others and brought the rest and whole house into order. Drew up rules for lesser officials in College. Obtained juridical and royal approval of revenues left to College by Founder. When Woodward left for England, took over Vice-Presidency and Procuratorship from Nov 1 1639. On Newman's death Protector attached office of interpreter in inspection of foreign ships to College: President was to present to Inquisition a suitable Superior, who would split salary with College. Persuaded Protector to revive College's privilege of granting degrees and to give Pickford a baccalaureate and doctorate. Paid off College's huge debt. After continual


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troubles during a 4-year presidency, left when Pickford returned June 29 1642. Note: Appointed President April 8 (BA 12, 41). Died June 1673 (CRS 3, 100). The rules mentioned are Regimina circa omnem gubernationem domesticam, 1639 (BA, 116). College's original grant of office of interpreter in inspection of foreign ships is in EL Aug 1 1640; Pickford was 1st to hold office. Documentation on College's degrees in Teaching. *Clayton, Francis see WHITAKER CLIFFORD, William, al. MANSEL and PHILIPS [1594- 1670] GUILIELMUS MANSEL, alias CLIFFORD, Lincolniensis, nobilis [All in Pickford's hand:] Hic post decem annorum in Anglia laborem a R. Richardo Cha1cedonensi Cleroque huc destinatus est, ut Vice- Praesidis et Procuratoris officia susciperet: terrestri itinere simul cum R. D. Blackloo Praeside advenit circa medium Maii 1630. Domum optime instituit et gubernavit. Cuius mansuetudo omnes rapiebat in obsequium, cuius prudentia, cum nondum regulae essent, omnibus norma erat. In maxima illa tribulatione Collegii, cum Praeses Matriti abesset 1631, et plures in domo essent qui periculosissimis febribus decumberent quam qui sane consisterent, atque adeo duo optimae spei convictores morerentur, ipse valetudine etiam male affectus, continuis laboribus, vigiliis, expensis vere se patrem charissimum omnibus monstrabat. Post discessum Praesidis in Angliam anno 1632, ipse paene solus portavit pondus et aestum diei per duos plus annos quibus novum Praesidem expectabamus. Interim anno 1632 totum Collegium venturae missioni accommodavit, ex pecuniis quidem CIeri, sed habita prius circa quamlibet expensam speciali ordinatione et licentia Fundatoris. Cum tamen advenisset novus Praeses R. D. Guilielmus Hartius cum Procuratore D. Henrico Shirlaeo 21 Septembris 1634, ipse mox 22 Octobris navim conscendens Romam versus abiit; ac non nisi post duos paene annos in patriam incolurnis advenit 1636. 5; A2, 62- 64; G, 189. (Lincolnshire.) After 10 years of work in England, sent by Bishop Smith and Clergy to be Vice-President and Procurator. Arrived overland with White about mid-May 1630. Established and guided the house very well. His gentleness drew all into compliance; his prudence, before rules were codified, was a norm for all. In College's great tribulation of 1631, with President away in Madrid, when more in the house had dangerous fevers than were well and 2 very promising convictors died, he, though ill himself, was a loving father to all. When White left for England in 1632, he bore burden for almost 2 years while we awaited a new President. Meanwhile in 1632 he readied College for expected second mission, using Clergy money with Founder's permission. Hargrave arrived with Henry Shirley as Procurator Sept 21 1634; Clifford left for Rome Oct 22. Did not return to England until 1636.


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Note: Entered Valladolid Dec 1613 (CRS 30, 114); ordained there; at Douai April 25 to Nov 9 1621, when he went missioner to England (CRS 10: 183, 189). The students who died in 1631 were Anthony Morgan and Richard Charnock. For some details of his difficulties as acting-President see BC. On his A little manuel of the poore man's dayly devotion (2nd edition, Paris, 1670), see J. D. Crichton, Worship in a hidden Church, Dublin, 1988, 54- 55. CLIFTON, Thomas [1712THOMAS CLIFTON, Londinensis, honesto loco natus [E:Jones's hand:] Filius fuit Thomae Clifton et Winifrede Clifton Catholicorum. Huc appulit die 7 lulii A.D. 1726, aetatis 14, quem impleverat mense Februarii proximo elapsi, Collegiumque ingressus est ad Latinitatem [Manley's hand:] cui operam dedit sub D. Thoma Hesketh; quo sub finem anni Poetici moriente, nimirum 3 Augusti anno 1730, Poeseos finem et Rhetoricae initium fecit sub D. Joanne Manley Praeside. Adveniente ex Anglia Magistro Jacobo Shirley mense Decembris anni 1730, Rhetoricae studium continuavit sub eodem Magistro Shirley fere ad finem Martii 1731. Mox idem studium resumpsit sub D. Praeside Joanne Manley. Tandem fugit e Collegio 18 lunii 1731 et in Angliam navigavit mense lulii ni fallor. 207; not in G. (London.) Son of Thomas and Winifred, Catholics. Came July 7 1726, aged 14, for Latin. Studied humanity under T. Hesketh; on his death completed Poetry and began Rhetoric under Manley; continued under Shirley Dec 1730 to March 1731 and then under Manley again. Ran away June 18 1731 and sailed to England in July. CLOUGH, Thomas [1699] THOMAS CLUFF, Salopiensis, alias CLOUGH, nobilis [All in E. Jones's hand:] Filius fuit Ricardi Cluff et Elizabethae Berrington Catholicorum. Cum 14 aetatis annum adimpleverat hebdomada praecedente Natale Domini anno 1713, huc appulit die 22 Septembris anno 1714 Collegioque accessit ad Latinitatem. Cuius studiis etiam Rhetoricae completis sub D. Jacobo Skeltono Philosophiam aggressus est su b eodem Magistro 18 Aprilis anno 1719. Relictis studiis in patriam rediit. 154; not in G. (Shropshire.) Son of Richard Clough and Elizabeth Berrington; turned 14 just before Christmas 1713; arrived here Sept 221714 for Latin. Completed it and started Philosophy (all under Skelton) April 18 1719. Gave up studies and went home. Note: ' ... not being enclin'd to stay in the ColI. went for England 1721' (BA 13, 193). CLVER, Edmund [arrived 1674] EDMUNDUS CLUER, convictor [All in E. Jones's hand:] Collegium ingressus est 27 lulii 1674: e Collegio diInissus 18 lulii 1680, subitanea morte e vivis excessit in faInilia R. D.


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Richardi Russelli, Episcopi Portalegrensis, ubi sepultus iacet. 172; not in G. Came July 27 1674; dismissed July 18 1680. Died suddenly in Bishop Russell's household at Portalegre; buried there. Note: Russell who had paid for him, noted that he was not dismissed for any fault but 'purely on the Acct of a Profetique Spiritt of wt may happen hereafter. Tis well our forefathers had not that Spiritt, for if soe gods knowes how few of us had attayned Orders.' Russell still hoped to ordain him in due time (RRL July 24 1680).

COCKS, Francis [arrived and left 1684] FRANCISCUS COCKS [All in E. Jones's hand:] Hic receptus est in Collegio a R. D. Mathia Watkinsono Praeside ad probationem, qua facta per anni dimidium et ipse ad Collegii fmem inidoneus iudicatus e Collegio dimissus est 3 Novembris 1684. 173; not in G. Admitted on trial by Watkinson; dismissed as unsuitable after 6 months Nov 3 1684. Note: 'Francis Cocks was took into ye Colledge by Mr Mathias Watkinson Prezdt. ye 9 of May 1684 upon charitable motives, to try if hee being destitute of frends & a Catholick in a strange country, were capable of ye end of ye House, & soe being yet young could bee assisted by us. He was judged unfit 9ber 3. 1684' (BA 13, 88).

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COFFIN, Nicholas [arrived 1662] Note: No entry for him. Arrived Sept 10 1662 (BA 12, 182). Not in G. COLEGATE, John Paul [1783- 1813] [Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born Feversham, Kent May 14 1783, son of William Colegate and Elizabeth Perkins; conditionally baptised by William Poynter; confirmed by Douglass; admitted Feb 19 1802. G, 189. Note: Born of Protestant parents; converted by his French teacher, an exiled priest; ran away from home to Bishop Douglass; sent to Old Hall, then here to be out of reach of relatives. After his studies was made Master of Humanity. Taught in College's school for Portuguese boys from 1808. Died of cholera Dec 23 1813 (BA 112: 32, 34- 6; BA 215, 151). COLSTON, William [ - 1695] GULIELMUS COLSTONUS, Londinensis [All in E. Jones's hand:] Filius Eduardi et Penelope Colston. Facultates missionis in Angliam accepit 22 Septembris anno 1680, ubi Procuratoris


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munere functus pie obiit moriensque reliquit 25 libras Anglicanas per annum ad alumnum sustentandum ad finem Collegii. Ordines suscepit ab Ill. Protectore D. Verissimo de Lancastro: prim am tonsuram et quatuor minores 1678 die 1 Novembris, eodem die menseque subdiaconatum, die 6 eiusdem anni et mensis diaconatum et 13 subsequente sacrum presbyteratum. 104; A3, 38- 9; G, 189-90. (London.) Son of Edward and Penelope. Went missioner to England Sept 22 1680 [BA 215, 43], where he was College's Agent. Left ÂŁ25 yearly to support an alumnus. Nov 1678: tons., minors and subd. 1; diac. 6; priesthood 13. Note: Came as alumnus for Theology March 15 1677 (BA 13, 63). Oath Oct 30 1678 (Oaths) . .His accounts 1686- 94 are in AA. COOKE, Corbitt, al. John HOLLAND [ -1663] CORBITTUS COOKE, alias IOANNES HOLLAND US, honesto loco natus [All in Perrott's hand:] Huius pater itidem fuit Corbittus Cooke, mater Eleanora Westcombe 1 ambo acatholici. Ipse vero in gremium Catholicae Ecclesiae receptus in Anglia a D. Ioanne Hollando. Postquam ad Collegium advenerat in gravem morbum incidit, quo per tres hebdomadas plus minus excitatus e vivis ereptus est. Ingentis spei adolescens quique faelicissime omnibus munitus sacramentis animam Deo tradidit. Appulit huc ad Collegium 17 Iunii A.D. 1663. 77; not in G. Son of Corbitt Cooke and Eleanor Westcombe, non-Catholics. Received into Church in England by Sergeant. When he arrived, fell seriously ill and died after 3 weeks. Arrived June 17 1663. COOP, Thomas [1782[Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born Prestwich, Lancashire March 15 1782, son of Thomas Coop and Elizabeth Bradshaw; admitted July 17 1795; left. G,190. Note: Expelled in 1800 (Corr Dec 15 1800). *Cooper, Richard see CHARNOCK, Richard CORBISHLEY, Samuel [1759-1830] [Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born Goosnargh, Lancashire March 24 1759, son of John Corbishley and Grace Gornall; admitted March 211783; oath May 20 1784; subd. March 8 1788; diac. Dec 20; priesthood April 11, 1st Mass Easter Sunday 1789; made Superior. A4, 71-2; G, 190. Note: Parents' marriage licence Aug 17 1745 says they were both from Claughton (Lancashire and Cheshire Record Society, 100, 171). Invited to teach at Sedgley Park about 1779, on recommendation of his relative, Ralph Gornall. On arrival at Lisbon had to make up for his lack of


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education. Oath as Procurator Sept 19 1791; as Vice-President Aug 14 1795 (BA 122). After 1795 his views led to dissensions in College: accused of denigrating study of humanities. From 1799 neglected College duties in favour of a school he founded for poor British girls. Recalled to mission by Bishop Douglass in 1803, but had obtained papal dispensation from oath. Had to leave College. Nov 11 1808, when school did not live up to his expectations, went on mission first in London, then Lancashire and finally in Midland District, where he worked with great success for 20 years. Died Dec 25 1830 (BA 112, 19-25; BA 215, 142). CORNER, Henry, al. Cuthbert CARDWELL [arrived 1675]

CUTBERTUS CARDWELL, alias HENRICUS CORNER, convictor [All in E. Jones's hand:] Appulit 24 Novembris 1675. Quando et quomodo discessit ignotum. 172; not in G. Came Nov 24 1675. Note: He was expected to follow same course as Christopher Tootell (BA 13, 51). COTTERELL, Charles [1748-

[Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born Birmingham April 1748 and baptised that month by Felix Englefield [Felix of St Mary, O.F.M.]; confirmed 1762 by James Talbot. G, 190. Note: Set out for Lisbon June 1762 (Corr June 18); left before Feb 1764 (Corr Feb 22). COX, John [1788-

[Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born Wareham, Dorset Feb 18 1788, son of John Cox and Elizabeth Grant; baptised conditionally by Hodgson; confirmed by Douglass; admitted Feb 7 1803; left. Not in G. Note: Probably left summer 1805, when he was in poor health (Corr July 1 1805 and BA 219). CRIMMIN, John, al. John Joseph BROWN [c.l694-

IOANNES CRIMEN, Corcagiensis, convictor, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] Ad Collegium accessit die 1 Octobris anno 1708, aetatis 14, ad Latinitatem quam audit sub D. Ioanne Floydaeo. Filius est Mauritii Crimen et Eustatiae Crimmen Hibernorum. Mater Catholica cum sit, haeretico patre, filium ad Patritium Younge, Ulissiponi negotiantem fratrem suum, misit ut Catholicus crearetur, qui eum ad Collegium misit in eoque sustentat. E Collegio discessit die 1 Iunii anno 1713, avunculo in naufragio deperdito, et ut chirurgiae artem edisceret D. Izaaco Elliote, chyrurgo in hac civitate, tyronem se astrinxit. Huius officii pertaesus dominum reliquit inque Indas Occidentales se transtulit, ubi in Societatem Iesu receptus, in Collegio eiusdem Societatis in portu vulgo [po 203] dicto


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Campeche erecto literas humaniores edocet sub nomine quod de novo assumpsit, Ioanne Iosepho Brown, ut ipse significavit per literas huc missas 5 Septembris A.D. 1724. 131 & 203; G, 191. (Cork.) Came Oct 1 1708, aged 14; of Irish parents, Maurice and Eustatia, a Catholic. Sent by his mother to her brother, Patrick Young, a businessman in Lisbon, to make him a Catholic. Young paid for him in College~ John left June 1 1713, when Young was lost at sea. Apprenticed to Isaac Elliot, a Lisbon surgeon; wearied of this and went to West Indies. Received into the Society; teaches humanity in their college at Campeche, using a new name, John Joseph Brown, as he told us in a letter of Sept 5 1724.

CROCKER, John [1687.

IOANNES CROCKER, Anglo-Hispanus, convictor [All in E. Jones's hand:] Huius pater fuit Thomas Crocker Anglus, mater D. Agnes d~ Aroiio Hispana, ambo Catholici. Huc missus est ad Latinitatem 24 Iunii 1687, dico accessit ad Collegium 17 Iulii 1700. Natus in villa vulgo dicta San Lucar 24 Iunii 1687. E Collegio ad patrem discessit 17 .Novembris 1704, Cum bene esset Latinitate imbutus. 176; not in G. (Anglo-Spanish. )Born at San Lucar June 24 1687, son of Thomas Crocker, an Englishman, and Agnes de Aroijo, a Spaniard, both Catholics. Came for Latin July 17 1700. Returned to his father Nov 17 1704. Note: Came on 'Mr Anthony Brierlys recommendations ... Passed from hence to Faro in ye Algarve by order from father & Mother Nov.br 17th 1704' (BA 13, 131).

CROPPER, John [1742[Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born July 16 1742; admitted May 8 1755; confirmed July 11 1756. G, 191.

Note: Still there Dec 1758 (C&E). CROSBY, James [1757- 1819] Note: No entry for him. Son of James Crosby and Elizabeth Dicconson; born London March 25 1757; brought to Valladolid by W. Fryer Nov 13 1770. Ordained June 9 1781; left for mission Nov 8 1781 (CRS 30: 197, 205-6). Philosophy Lecturer at Lisbon College July 23 1782; VicePresident March 4 1785 (BA 122). Taught humanity for a while after Sharp's arrival 1785 . Fell out with Fryer (BA 112, 7-8). Sailed for England July 29 1789 (BA 219). Died Nov 30 1819 (CRS 12, 145). A4, 78; G, 191.

CROSS, Andrew [1691ANDRAEAS CROSS, Staffordiensis, nobilis, convictor [E. Jones's hand:] Huius pater fuit Andreas Cross, mater Maria Lutly, Catholici. Ob instabilitatem indo lis et incuriam in studiis a Praeside, ut


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jertur, minus idoneus iudicatus statum c1ericalem suscipiendi, e Collegio Duaceno dimissus est. Cum hoc motivum R. Praesidis pluribus in Anglia videretur insufficiens et praecipue Ill. D. Georgio Witham, Episcopo Marcopolitano, ab eodem Ill. D. cum commendatitiis literis Ulissiponem missus est, ut post probationem habitam, ad ordines promoveretur. Philosophiae cursum in eodem Collegio jaeliciter peregerat, bonae indolis adolescens, et sex circiter menses in Sacrae Theologiae studiis insumpserat. Huc appulit 16 Iunii Collegioque accessit die 17 eiusdem mens is anno 1713, aetatis 22 completo die 13 Maii proximo elapsi. Post habitam probationem inventus est iisdem Ulissiponi qui bus Duaci laborare defectibus, insuperque subitis furoris aestibus admodum obnoxius; quo, ob difficultatam devagandi foras ad libitum facultatem a Praeside, correptus, vestes Collegii furentis more abiecit eque Collegio prorupit die 16 Ianuarii A.D. 1716. Per aliquot dies in civitate versatus, ab Ex. D. Emanoele Telesio Sylvio, Comite Villarmaiorio, invitatus famulorum eius numero se ascripsit instruendique filios in humaniorum literarum studiis munus exercet A.D. 1717. [Winstanley's hand:] Hic, ut a D. Allen accepi, saepe postea ad visitandum Collegium admissus est, et cum hospites convivialiter exciperentur, ad prandium invitari solebat. Lepidi erat ingenii et versus latinos ex-tempore ad risus excitandos facillime effundebat. Quodam die cum in horto post prandium inter duos religiosos Hibernos Conventus Corporis Sancti sedebat, hoc versu circumstantes salutavit: Ecce inter geminos Ego Crux conserto latrones. 148; G, 191 (with wrong identification of parents). (Staffordshire.) Born May 13 1691, son of Andrew Cross and Mary Lutley, Catholics. Said to have been dismissed from Douai College for instability of character and carelessness in studies. Bishop Witham sent him, with a commendatory letter, to be ordained after probation; he had completed Philosophy and done 6 months Theology. Came June 7 1713. Found to have the old faults and to be subject to sudden rages. When not allowed to go out as he pleased, threw off the habit and burst out of College Jan 16 1716. Employed by Count of Villarmarjor to teach his children humanity 1717. [Added by Winstanley:] Often invited to dine in College and used to make witty Latin verses off the cuff. No te: Arrived at Douai July 29 1705 (CRS 63,94). For Bishop Witham's recommendation see Corr April 14 1713. Left employment he had in 1717; went to Madrid. On return employed for a while as a tutor; dismissed '& at present lives in this Citty wth.out House or home teaching Latin to particular Persons this year 1721 [or 1727] and month of January' (BA 13, 187). Died in Lisbon Oct 6 1771: will of Oct 3 and papers of executorship in OC 158. CROSS, Francis [1696] Note: No entry for him. Son of Sebastiao de Cruz and wife Bridget; born in the Algarve. Arrived July 19 1711, aged 15. Left July 21 1712 (BA 13 , 184). Not in G.


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CROSS, Rowland [oath 1692] ROLANDUS CROSS, Stafordiensis, nobilis [All in E. Jones's hand:] Humaniorum literarum studiis hic incubuit sub D. Hieronymo Pryme, indeque Philosophiam aggressus est conclusionesque logicales die 5 Iulii anna 1691 sub eodem Magistro cum laude defendit. Theologiae operam navavit sub DD. Rogero Brockholes et Hieronymo Pryme. Iuramentum Collegii praestitit die 9 Novembris anna 1692. Prima tonsura et 4 minoribus ordinibus initiatus, ad tractanda aliqua negotia in Angliam vocatus est a patre, iterum Ulissiponem repetiturus. Sed mundi illecebris allectus, et mulierculae amore delusus uxorem sibi copulavit. Sed continuis iurgiis infausti coniugii pacem perturbantibus, ob violatum, ut fertur, maritalem thorum, ab uxore se conatus est liberare, setundamque sus cepit: prima autem eum prosequente, captus est et in carcerem iniectus; pUblici iudicis sententia infamiae notam manui inustam a carnifice recepit. 118; G, 192. (Staffordshire.) Studied humanity and Philosophy under Pryme, defending Logic July 1691. Studied Theology under Brockholes and Pryme. Oath Nov 9 1692. After tons. and minors recalled to England by his father on business. Was to return but married. After continual quarrels tried to divorce his wife for adultery; took another wife, but prosecuted and imprisoned; branded on hand for bigamy. Note: Brother of Thomas. Both in College by Nov 1689: they were twins and nephews of the Fitters (AA Nov 14 1689 and April 23 1692). CROSS, Thomas [oath 1692] THOMAS CROSS, Stafordiensis, nobilis, frater superioris [All in E. Jones's hand:] Quando appulit ignoro. Humaniores literas et Philosophiam hausit sub D. Ieronymo Pryme. Theologiae incubuit sub D. Rogero Brockholes, Lectore Primario, et D. Pryme, Vespertino. Habitum Collegii sumpsit die 9 Novembris anna 1692. Sed ordines suscipere recusans, abiit in Angliam iuramento Collegii astrictus, ibique modo moratur anna 1710. 118; G, 192. (Staffordshire.) Rowland's twin. Date of arrival unknown [see entry for Rowland]. Studied humanity and Philosophy under Pryme and Theology under Brockholes and Pryme. Oath Nov 9 1692. Refused to take orders; went to England still bound by oath and is still there 1710. CROUCHER, Christopher [1733-1765] [Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born Feb 21 1733; baptised that day by Richard Kendall; admitted March 17 1746; oath Dec 19 1750; defended theses Oct 1752; minors Sept 19 1755; subd. March 13, diac. May 9 1756; priesthood and 1st Mass March 20 and 25 1757; Vice-President Nov 27 1759; died in College [Aug 7 1765 (BA 219)]. A4, 79; G, 192.


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DANBY, John [ -1719] IOANNES DANBY, Eboracensis, nobilis [All in E. Jones's hand: in margin: appulit mense Martii anna 1686.] Hic ex Collegio Duaceno demissus, huc appulit Philosophiam ingressUIus, cui incubuit sub D. Rogero Brockholes, sub quo die 23 Martii conclusiones logicas defendit anna 1688. Habitum Collegii sumpsit die 17 Aprilis anna 1688. Die 1 Iulii 1689 conclusiones ex universa Philo sophia cum laude propugnavit. Aliis ordinibus ab Em. Protectore initiatus, tandem ad sacerdotium 21 Decembris anna 1689 ab eodem promotus est inque Angliam cum facultatibus missionarii missus 2 Ianuarii anna 1693, ubi et modo laborat anna 1710. Obiit A.D. 1718. 114; A3, 46; G, 192. (Yorkshire.) Arrived March 1686, after dismissal from Douai College. Studied Philosophy under Brockholes, defending Logic March 1688. Oath April 17 1688. Defended Philosophy July 1689. Priesthood Dec 21 1689. Went missioner to England Jan 2 1693 [BA 215, 67], where he is still working 1710. Died 1718 [see note]. Note: Subd. and diac. Dec 17- 18 1689; priesthood Dec 21 (OF). Buried June 19 1719 (A3, 46). *Danby, William see HARGRAVE, William; Daniel, Edward see PICKFORD, Edward - c.1658] DARCY, Francis [ FRANCISCUS DARCAEUS, nobilis, convictor, Northamptoniensis [Whitaker's hand: Huius pater fuit Franciscus Darcaeius nobilis. Ad sororis suae instantiam admissus est ad convictum A.D. 1652 die 16 Novembris, cum in civitate degisset ad anni dimidium, unus ex tertia missione ad Latinitatem. [Tilden's hand:] Vixit in Colegio pro duobus annis et quatuor mensibus. Quibus elapsis, ut se in liter is humanioribus perficeret, quae incipiente cursu Philosophiae amplius non legerentur in Colegio, Conimbricam se contulit 19 Martii 1655. Unde Ulyssiponem reversus habitum sus cepit Fratrum Praedicatorum in Conventu Sancti Dominici Ulyssipone 30 Novembris 1656. Ac demum post annum novitiatus religioni se obstrinxit 2 Decembris 1657, et anna post professionem elapso diem obiit. R.I.P. 46; G, 192. (Northamptonshire.) Son of Francis Darcy of noble birth. At sister's request admitted as convictor Nov 16 1652, after 6 months in Lisbon; one of 3rd Latin mission. Went to Coimbra to complete humanity March 19 1655. Joined Dominicans in Lisbon Nov 30 1656; professed Dec 2 1657; died a year later. DAVIS, George [1786[Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born London Jan 6 1786, son of Pranzelo and Jane; admitted May 1 1801; baptised conditionally by Fryer; confirmed by Protector; left. G, 192.


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Note: Left Aug 1803 (BA 219). DAY, William, al. MIN and TALBOT [1608- 1639] GUILIELMUS TALBOTTUS, alias DAY, Suffolcensis, nobilis [A ll in Pickford's hand:] Hic Duaci in Collegio liter as humaniores et Philosophiam accepit; mox unus primae missionis huc appulit 14 Novembris 1628, ubi post tres annos Theologiae et alios duos qui bus vixit ut cursans rediit in Angliam sub finem Augusti 1634 ut negotia patrimonialia componeret. Prius tamen praestitit speciale iura mentum de reditu in manibus Ill. Protectoris . Ubi licet nondum sacerdos esset ad fidem tamen Catholicam convertit nobilem quandam faeminam nomine Iuditham Daubnaeam, filiam D. Daubnaeae, apud quam manebat in curatione oculi laesi. {po 3] Deinde peractis negotiis huc reversus est 23 Februarii anno 1636, ubi 20 Aprilis sequentis factus est sacerdos ab Ill. Protectore. Qui licet postea summe cuperet studiis hic ad aliquot annos vacare (quibus simul et virtutibus valde deditus erat) a Praeside tamen Guilielmo Hartio missus est in Angliam 10 Martii 1637. Unde post paululum in Flandriam evocatus ad Philosophiam docendam in Collegio Duaceno, ibidem post annum mortuus est anno 1639. 2-3; A2, 84; G, 257 . (Suffolk .) Studied humanity and Philosophy at Douai College [which he entered Oct 28 1624 (CRS 10, 232)]. Arrived here in 1st mission Nov 14 1628. After 3 years of Theology and 2 in which he was cursans [a graduate preparing or helping to teach], he went to England in Aug 1634 to settle matters of inheritance, after swearing to the Protector he would return. Though not yet ordained, he converted Judith Daubeney, daughter of Lady Daubeney, and stayed with her until his injured eye healed. Returned here Feb 23 1636; ordained April 20 1636. Very much wanted to spend some years here in study, but Hargrave sent him to England March 10 1637. Called to teach Philosophy in Douai College where he died after a year in 1639. DEATH, Abel, al. John BARTON [1637ABEL DEATH, alias IOANNES BARTON, Londinensis, honesto loco natus [Tilden's hand:] Filius fuit Thomae Death. Hic a D. Ioanne Williams ad fidem Catholicam conversus, admissus est in ianitorem et simul ad Latinitatem, eisdem conditionibus quibus ante a Robertus Hawkins pagina 57, Iulii 20 1660 cum esset annorum viginti trium, quos compleverat 11 Februarii eiusdem anni. [Perrott's hand:] Patriam repetiit A.D. 1662, utpote qui iam Logicam inceperat sed inceptam prosequi nimis arduum sibi reputabat ianitoris munere occupato. E portu solvit cum classe regia Serenissimam Catherinam ad optatos Caroli Secundi thalamos devehente 23 Aprilis 1662. 64; not in G. (London.) Son of Thomas Death. Born Feb 11 1637. Converted by John Williams (1). July 20 1660 admitted (on same terms as Robert Hawkins)


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as Porter and allowed to study Latin. Returned to England, because too difficult to study Logic while P orter: sailed with fleet taking Queen Catherine to her wedding April 23 1662. DELAFONTAIN, John [1719IOANNES DELAFONTAIN, Londinensis, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] 1733. Filius Roberti De lafontain chirurgi, et Mariae Lacy, Catholicorum, aetatis 14 annorum quos adimpleverat 2 Iulii stylo veteri, cum tantum lirnina Gramatices salutaverat, a Clero Anglicano huc missus est Collegiumque ingressus die 20 eiusdem mensis Iulii A.D. 1733 ad Latinitatem. 226; not in G. (London.) Born July 2 1719 (O.S .), son of Robert Delafontain, a surgeon, and Mary Lacy, Catholics. Came, sent by Clergy, July 20 1733, with hardly any Latin. Note: 'Went to England on the 25th of May 1737' (BA 14, 131). *Denham, John see FORSTER, John DENNETT, James [1767-1850] [Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born Eccleston, Lancashire Dec 1767, son of William Dennett and Mary Valentine; baptised by Thomas Weldon Dec 20 1767; confirmed by Walton June 21 1774; admitted Nov 30 1785; ordained Christmas 1794; made Superior. A4, 87; G, 193. Note: Oath as Procurator Sept 25 1795 (BA 122). Missionary oath Sept 12 1798 (BA 215, 135). Died March 1850 (CD 1851, 156).6 of his letters in Corr. DEVEREUX, Janson Austin [1697IANSON AUGUSTINUS DEVEREUX, Londinensis, honesto loco natus, convictor [All in E. Jones's hand:] Filius fuit Georgii Devereux Protestantis et Elizabethae Ianson Catholicae. Ad Collegium accessit 28 Septembris A.D. 1713, aetatis 16, quem 16 Aprilis proximo elapsi compleverat, bonae indolis iuvenis et Gramaticae regulis mediocriter instructus. Postea autem ad finem Collegii minus idoneus inventus navi superpositus in patriam navigavit die 3 Ianuarii A.D. 1715. 150; not in G. (London.) Born April 16 1697, son of George Devereux, a Protestant, and Elizabeth Janson, a Catholic. Came Sept 28 1713, with some Latin. Later found unsuitable and sent home Jan 3 1715. Note: Both the Annales and BA 13, 189 spell his name 'J:anson'; Barnard (BA 4) spells it 'Janson'. 'he was sent to England upon Account of a Deafness, proceeding as supposd from an Impostume in ye Head, wch renderd him incapable of going on his studys ... Jan. 3d 1715' (BA 13, 189).


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DIAS SANTOS, Emmanuel [1770-1834] [Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born London Feb 8 1770, son of Cajetano Dias Santos and Anne Tudor; baptised by [Henry] Peach; confirmed by Bishop of Ghent; admitted Sept 9 1797; paid for himself; ordained Christmas 1799; went on mission March 24 1802. A4, 233-5; G, 193-4. Note: Entered Dominicans Aug 4 1791 and started novitiate Aug 11 (CRS 25, 193). Died April 19 1834 (BA 78). DIGBY, Francis [arrived 1674] FRANCISCUS DIGBY, frater superioris [All in E. Jones's hand:] Missus est ad Collegium eodem mense et anno ab Ill. avunculo adque ipsum rediit. 174; not in G. Came with his brother Martin, sent by their uncle, Bishop Russell, March 1674. Went back to his uncle. Note: 'July ye 18. 679 Francis Digby departed ye Colledge for Portalegre & did not return' (BA 13, 20). DIGBY, Martin [arrived 1674] MARTINUS DIGBY [All in E. Jones's hand:] Missus est ad Collegium ab eodem Ill. Episcopo Portalegrensi avunculo mense Martii 1674. Rediit in Angliam 5 Maii 1677. 174; not in G. Sent by his uncle, Bishop Russell, March 1674. Returned to England May 5 1677. Note: Brother of Francis. DILLON, John [1767[Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born London June 1767, son of Arthur Dillon and Mary Magdalen Jones; baptised by John Tully Dillon; admitted Oct 29 1779; confirmed Sept 20 1783; left. Not in G. Note: Left about Dec 31 1785 (BA 46, 59). *Dimmock, Robert see HEYWOOD, Robert -1734] DODD, Francis [ FRANCISCUS DOD, Staffordiensis, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] Appulit 30 Iulii anno 1688. Studuit humanioribus literis sub D. Francisco Petre, Philosophiae sub eodem et D. Eduardo Iones. Iuramentum Collegii praestitit 12 Iulii anno 1693. Theologiam audivit sub D. Thoma Hall, Doctore Sorbonico, et D. Hieronymo Pryme. Completis studiis ordinibusque susceptis rnissionarius in patriam rediit 29 Aprilis anno 1698, ubi etiamnum laborat anno 1710. Laboravitque usque


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ad 12 Maii A.D. 1734, quando pie obdormivit in Domino. 126; A3, 51; G,194. (Staffordshire.) Came July 30 1688. Studied humanity under Petre, Philosophy under Petre and Jones. Oath July 12 1693. Studied Theology under T. Hall and Pryme. Ordained. Went missioner to England April 29 1698 [BA 215,78], where he is still working 1710. Died May 12 1734. Note: Nominated by Bishop Russell (BA 13, 32). Priesthood Nov 18 1696; missionary faculties April 29 1698 (OF). Sailed with Richard Turner May 3 1698 (BA 13, 32).

DODD, Robert [1767[Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born in suburbs of London in Surrey Feb 3 1767, son of Edward Dodd and Catherine Thomas; baptised Feb 8 by Henry Peach; confirmed by James Talbot; admitted Oct 29 1779; expelled March 4 1783. G, 194. DOWLING, John [1780[Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born London Aug 27 1780, son of Joseph Dowling and Katherine Dunn; baptised conditionally by Lee; confirmed by Douglass; admitted May 1 1801. G, 194. Note: Still in College April 1803 (BA 219). *Drury, Mark see HARRINGTON, Mark

DUBOURGH, Henry Joseph [1771[Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born London Jan 23 1771, son of John Paul Dubourgh and Jane Loroux; baptised Jan 27 by James Bourdillon; admitted Jan 9 1784; left. Not in G. Note: Left May 6 1786 (BA 219). DUNGHAM, John [arrived 1679] IOANNES DUNGHAM, Hibernus, nobilis, convictor [All in E. Jones's hand:] Accessit ad Collegium die festo Sancti Ioannis Baptistae 1679 ad Latinitatem, sed studiorum pertaesus e Collegio ad mat rem in civitate commorantem discessit 2 Ianuarii 1682. 175; not in G. (Irish.) Came June 24 1679 for Latin; tired of studies and returned to his mother in Lisbon Jan 2 1682. DUVAL, Edward , al. BRIDGES or BRIGGS [1719-1778] EDOARDUS BRIDGES, alias DUVAL, Londinensis, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] Anno 1737. Filius fuit Adriani Duvall et Luciae Duval, Catholicorum. Decimo octavo aetatis suae, quem adimpleverat die 13 mensis Februarii proximo elapsi, huc appulit Collegium que ingressus est die 17 Aprilis A.D. 1737, mediocriter Latinitate instructus. Iuramentum


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praestitit habitumque Collegii recepit die 15 Septembris A.D. 1737.237; A4, 94- 5; G, 181. (London.) Born Feb 13 1719, son of Adrian and Lucy, Catholics. Came April 17 1737, with some Latin. Oath Sept 15 1737. Note: Ordained March 8 1744 (Barnard, BA4); 1st Mass Easter Sunday (BA 217). Missionary oath Feb 22 1745 (BA 215, 110). Died Dec 25 1778 (BA4). ECCLESTON, Thomas [in College 1693] Note: No entry for him. In College Nov 1693; still there May 1694 (AA). Not in G. EDEN, James, al. CLARE [1662IACOBUS EDEN, convictor, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] Huc appulit die 25 Februarii anno 1683, finitis humaniorum literarum studiis in Anglia, Graecaeque linguae peritus, Philosophiam ingressurus, quam audivit sub D. Roberto Smitheo. Theologiae incumbens habitum Collegii cum iuramento sumpsit 7 Septembris anno 1686. Sed ob culpas dimissione e Collegio dignas expulsus, Flandriam petiit, ubi inter Patres Societatis Iesu in Wappen [read Watten] receptus, indeque Romam adiit. 111; A3, 54; G, 195. Came Feb 25 1683; had completed humanity in England and knew Greek, so studied Philosophy under Robert Smith. Oath Sept 7 1686. Expelled. Went to Flanders; entered the Society at Watten and then went to Rome. Note: Was in England April 1687 (AA). Entered English College, Rome Jan 10 1689; ordained March 1690 (CRS 40, 107). It was after ordination that he went to Watten (CRS 70, 85). EDWARDS, Robert [c.1634-1677] ROBERTUS EDWARDS, Denbighensis, honesto loco natus [Tilden's hand:] Hic fuit filius Edwardi ap David, et Elizabethae Clough. Alia occasione Ulyssiponem appellens ad fidem Catholicam aD. Ioanne Williams con versus est. Et post 6 menses qui bus in Collegio degit, more hospitis, tum literis tum moribus idoneus repertus, admissus est et alumnus designatus ad quartam mission em ad Latinitatem, annos natus circiter viginti sex. Admissus est die 13 Iunii 1660. [E. Jones's hand:] Post percursum Humanitatis, Philosophiae et Theologiae studium, humaniores literas per triennium docuit. Altero triennio Lector fuit Philosophiae Primarius et per quadriennium Lector Primarius Theologiae. In Angliam discessit ut matrem ad fidem reduceret. Quo obtento reversus iterum Theologiam professurus in morbum incidit, et omnibus Ecclesiae sacramentis munitus pie obdormivit in Domino 7 die Decembris 1677. 63; A3, 55; G, 195 (confused). (Denbighshire.) Son of Edward ap David and Elizabeth Clough. Converted on a visit to Lisbon by John Williams (1). On next visit was guest in the


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College for 6 months, then admitted for 4th Latin mission, June 13 1660, aged about 26. Completed studies; taught humanity and Philosophy for 3 years each and Theology for 4. Went to England to bring his mother back to the faith . Returned to teach Theology; fell ill; died Dec 7 1677. Note: Before his admission Protector, Francisco Barretto, paid for him from Oct 21 1659 (BA 12, 162). Oath Sept 5 1663 (Oaths). Priesthood Sept 8 1664 (Barnard, BA 4); started to say Masses for Founder Sept 22 1664 (BA 171, 1). Philosophy Lecturer May 1 1670; Prefect of Studies Jan 1 1671 (BA 122). Missionary oath May 3 1677 (BA 215, 36).

EGERBY [arrived 1691] Note: No entry for him. Christian name unknown. Passage to Lisbon paid for Dec 1691; still in College March 1694 (AA). Not in G. EGERTON, John [missioner 1677] IOANNES EGERTONUS [All in E. Jones's hand:] Accessit ad Collegium missus a R. Angliae Capitulo 1 Iunii 1669. Finitis studiis ordinibusque susceptis missionarii facuItates recepit iuramentumque praestitit 30 die Maii anno 1677 inque Angliam regressus. Ibi post plures pro animarum salute susceptos labores pie obiit in Domino. 102; A3, 55; G, 195. Came, sent by Chapter, June 1 1669. Went missioner to England May 30 1677 [BA 215,37 shows date should be May 3]. Died there after several years of work . Note: Oath Jan 1 1672 (Oaths). Diac. from Bishop Russell Jan 18 1672 (OF), where he is described as from Chester diocese. ELIOT, John [c.l628IOANNES ELIOT, Staffordiensis, nobilis [All in Pickford's hand:] Huius pater fuit Ioannes Eliot Catholicus. Latinitatem incepit in Anglia, unde huc missus est a Clero unus ex secunda missione ad Latinitatem. Appulit 15 Augusti 1647, cum esset annorum circiter 19. Post aliquot menses cum incapax esset studio rum, remissus est ad parentes Novembris 26 1647. 37; not in G. (Staffordshire.) Son of John Eliot, a Catholic. Began Latin in England. Sent by Clergy in 2nd Latin mission. Arrived Aug 15 1647, aged about 19. Sent home Nov 26 1647 because unfit for studies.

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*Ellis, Stephen see WARING, Humphrey

ELLIS, William [1727[Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born Jan 10 1727; left Dec 14 17 [sic]. Not in G.

Note: Father was steward to Duke of Norfolk. William arrived about Aug 1739 (BA 217, March 13 1744). Father asked Manley to horse-whip him May 1741 (Corr) after he had run away in April (CCL). Dismissed in 1743 (Corr Dec 6 1743; BA 217, Nov 27). Back in England by Jan 17 1743/4 (Corr).

ELRINGTON, Edward, al. ELLIS and LUTTON [1599- 1652] EDUARDUS ELLIS, alias ELDRINGTON, Eboracensis [All in Pickford's hand:] Hic Valliosoleti in Collegio Anglorum educatus, in Anglia per plures annos laboravit. Postea a Clero huc destinatus est ut tertiae missioni cursum praelegeret. Appulit 5 Maii 1636. Verum cum iam cursus inceptus esset a D. Onuphrio, Ellisaeo, ipse haud cupidus tam cito revertendi, Procuratoris munus, abeunte tunc D. Henrico Shirlaeo, ea lege suscepit ut sequentem cursum praelegeret. Aliquam quoque partem officii Vice-Praesidis per annum exercuit, quam tamen post visitationem iussu Ill. Protectoris reliquit, eo quod omnem iurisdictionem Vice-Praesidis et dignitatem inordinate expetiit 1637. Tandem post discessum D. Hartii Praesidis, ipse quoque dimissus est ab Ill. Protect ore , quia pertinaciter et coram ipso Protect ore parum urbane contendit sese nullo modo subordinari in officio Procuratoris illi qui tunc Vices Praesidis gerebat, et quia ingratus omnibus [three words inked over] erat [inked over: atque paratus qualibet data occasione Collegii pacem perturbare.] Abiit Kalendis Februarii 1638, primo Conimbricam, deinde ad civitatem reversus [inked over: vagabundus huc illuc aberravit parasitae modo victum quarens pro suo Clerique dedecore 1639.] Inde tandem in Angliam rediens a nauclero proditus in carcerem coniectus est. 16; A2, 94; not in G. (Yorkshire.) Educated at Valladolid College; worked in England several years. Chosen by Clergy to teach 3rd mission, arrived May 5 1636. Finding Waring had already started to teach the course and not wanting to return home so soon, took over Procuratorship when Shirley went, on understanding that he should teach next course. Also exercised part of Vice-President's office, but gave it up after visitation by order of Protector in 1637. Finally, after Hargrave left, Elrington too was sent away by Protector, since he insisted that as Procurator he would be in no way subordinate to the acting-President and because he was disliked by all. Left on Feb 1 1638. Went to Coimbra, returned to Lisbon and wandered around begging food like a tramp. That was in 1639. Eventually on returning to England, betrayed by the ship's captain and imprisoned. Note: At Valladolid 1621-24; ordained; dismissed (CRS 30, 139). At Douai Sept 5 1624 (CRS 10, 231).


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ENTICK, John [1703IOANNES ENTICK, Dunelmensis, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] 1716. Filius Thomae Entick et Franciscae Housman Catholicorum. 12 annorum aetatis quam adimpleverat die Sancti Joannis Apostoli 27 Decembris anna 1715, huc appulit 11 Septembris anna 1716 Collegiumque ingressus, mediocriter in Latinitate instructus. Finitis humaniorum literarum studiis Philosophiam agressus est die 7 Aprilis A.D. 1723, praelegentibus D. Eduardo lones, Praezide, Logicam et D. Guilhermo Moseley, Vice-Prezide, libros Physicorum. Hic sacrarum vestium custos cum esset die 16 Septembris A.D. millessimo septingentessima vigessimo tertio post mediam noctem per portam ecclesiae exteriorem aufugiit et lacobum Shirly, optimi ingenii et bonae spei puerum 16 aetatis, ab eodem delusum secum deferens in regiam navem quae cartas huc et in Angliam transtulit se recepit. Atqui paenitentia ductus in Collegium simul cum socia regressus est die 18 Septembris eiusdem anni. Et die vigessimo octavo Octobris sequentis iuramentum Collegii praestitit habitumque assumpsit. Et die 17 Decembris prim am tonsuram cum quatuor ordinibus rninoribus ab Ill. D. D. Joanne Archiepiscopo Lacedimoniae in sacello suo privato sus cepit. Tandem peracto propemodum Philosophiae studio et Sacrae Theologiae limina salutans, sub praetextu cuiusdam haereditatis et, ut ab eodem profertur, considerabilis a parentibus sibi in comitatu Dunelmensi relictae, et urgenter personalem curam et assistentiam ad vincendas aliquas difficultates circa earn emergentes exigentis, suppliciter a Superioribus veniam petiit in Angliam discedendi ad res suas disponendas, rursus ad studia perficienda quam primum rediturus. Superiores, convocato Concillio, rem mature perpendentes, et nequaquam iuvenis astuti et dolosi dictis fidere se posse reperientes, veniam distulerunt usque dum ex Anglia fierent certiores de veri tate eorum quae protulerat; an procuratoris adiuvamine commodius negotia peragi potuissent, ac denique tota res coram [p. 162] Episcopis missioni Angliae invigilantibus panderetur, ut cum eorum beneplacito venia concederetur. Quapropter continuo scripserunt ut ex eodem comitatu certa notitia perquireretur. At iuvenis impatiens morae insciisque Superioribus de vestibus laicis sibi providit, dieque 13 Novembris A.D. 1725 clam e Collegio se subduxit in patriam navigaturus, solvitque ex hoc portu die 4 Decembris proximo sequentis. In civitate Dunelmensi per aliquot menses versatus Castellum Novum, vulgo dictum Newcastle, petiit, ubi mulierculae heretica pravitate corruptae illecebris allectus, spretis solemni vato iuramentoque, quorum sacris nexibus irretitus erat, sacrilegi matrimonii iugum in facie Protestantium ecclesiae suscepit A.D. 1726. Sic cum muliercula sua per aliquot tempus per Angliam factus vagabundus, tandem Londinum petiit ubi deposita larva fidem negavit et praedicantis togam vestivit A.D. 1729. 161-2; not in G. (Durham.) Born Dec 27 1703, son of Thomas Entick and Frances Houseman, Catholics. Came Sept 11 1716, with some Latin. Finished


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humanity; started Philosophy under E. Jones and W. Mawdesley April 7 1723. Was in charge of vestments: Sept 16 1723 ran away through external door of chapel and deluded James Shirley into going with him on board an English packet boat. Repented and came back with his companion on the 18. Oath Oct 28; tons. and minors Dec 17 1723. Near end of Philosophy he asked to go home for a while to sort out a legacy from relatives; Superiors did not trust him and told him to wait for permission from bishops. Ran away Nov 13 1725 and sailed for home Dec 4. Was in Durham for some months. At Newcastle married a Protestant in a Protestant church 1726. Wandered about England with her for a while; went to London; denied the faith and became a preacher in 1729. Note: Brother of Michael. 3 of his letters in Corr. The inheritance was from grandparents and aunt (BA 131, 14-16). Sept 22 1730 Superiors testified he had never received any major order (BA 131, 19). He wrote A compleat history of the late war; or, annual register of its rise, progress, and events in Europe, Asia, Africa, and America, Dublin, 1763. Sheppard told Preston it was 'worthless' (Corr Jan 1765).

ENTICK, Michael [1711MICHAEL ENTICK, Dunelmensis, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] Hic filius fuit Thomae Entick et Franciscae Housman Catholicorum, 14 annorum aetatis quos adimpleverat die 11 Martii proximo elapsi. Huc appulit 5 Maii A.D. 1725 Collegiumq~e ingress us est ad Latinitatem. Regressus est in patriam anno 1726. 202; not in G. (Durham.) Born March 11 1711, son of Thomas Entick and Frances Houseman, Catholics. Came May 5 1725 for Latin. Went home 1726. Note: Brother of John. ERRINGTON, William [ -1733] GULIELMUS ERRINGTONUS, Eboracensis, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] Huc appulit 15 Iulii anno 1684. Humaniores literas et Philosophiam audivit sub D. Hieronymo Pryme. Habitum Collegii assumpsit die 9 Novembris anno 1692. Theologiae incubuit sub D. Rogero Brockholes, Lectore Primario, et D. Hieronymo Pryme, Vesperario. Finitis studiis cum missionarii facultatibus in Angliam regressus est mensis omissi [see note] 25 anno 1695, ubi modo laborat. Conclusiones universalis Philosophiae Serenissimae Catherinae Reginae Angliae dedicatas sub D. Hieronymo Pryme propugnavit. Anno 1733 post multos in vinea Domini labores pie obdormivit in Domino. R.LP. 120; A3, 57; G, 195- 6. (Yorkshire.) Came July 15 1684. Studied humanity and Philosophy under Pryme. Oath Nov 9 1692. Studied Theology under Brockholes and Pryme. Went missioner to England 1695, where he is working now [1710].


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Defended philosophical theses dedicated to Queen Catherine under Pryme. Died 1733. Note: Subd., diac. and priesthood May 10-12 1693 (OF). BA 215,70 does indeed omit month of missionary oath: it must be in 1st half of year. Died Feb 12 1732/3 (CRS 12, 3). EVANS, John [1688IOANNES EVANS seu EVANUS, Londinensis, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] Filius fuit Caroli Evans Protestantis et Magaritae Waters, Catholicae. In tenera aetate matre orbatus cum ad iuvenilem pervenerit aetatem in Italiam missus, videlicet 12 circiter annorum, ubi in civitate Firmensi in Pichino humanarum literarum studiis finem imposuit. Inde Romam abiit et in Collegio Anglorum tituli Sanctae Thomae Cantuariensis Logicae studiis incubuit. Sed mala valetudine pertesus et cum Iesuitis Collegii superioribus male esset affectus, ab iisdem irritatus, a studiis resiliit et in patriam regressus. Ulissiponem a Clero Anglicano missus huc appulit die decimo Februarii anno 1714 Collegiumque ingressus est eodem die, cum aetatis esset 25 annorum et octo mensium completorum die 25 Februarii eiusdem anni 1714. In Rhetorices studiis versatus usque ad 29 Octobris eiusdem anni, Philosophiam, scilicet Logicam, ingress us est. Iuramentum Collegii praestitit die 23 Maii A.D. 1716. At in Collegio diutius vivendi impatiens, repetitis vicibus a Praeside licentiam petiit idem relinquendi, donec turbulento spiritu suo condiscipulis redditus exosus, pro bono pacis votis eius indulto, impositus classi quam Ioannes V Serenissimus Lusitaniae Rex in auxilium Summi Pontificis contra Turcas Venetos invadentes misit, in Italiam navigavit die 4 Iulii anno 1716. 152; A4, 97; not in O. (London.) Born June 25 1688, son of Charles Evans , a Protestant, and Margaret Waters, a Catholic; she died when he was young. Sent to Italy when about 12; studied humanity at Fermo. Went to English College, Rome; started Logic. Suffered from poor health; did not get on with Jesuit Superiors; gave up studies and went home. Sent here by Clergy; arrived Feb 10 1714; studied Rhetoric until Oct 29, when he started Logic. Oath May 23 1716 [see note]. Several times asked permission to leave; when he began to upset his fellow-students, allowed to go to Italy with royal fleet sent to help Pope against Turks who were threatening the Veneto. Note: Took oath May 23 1715 (Oaths). 'Went to Italy on board the Admiral of the Portuguez fleet that went up the straits against the Turks an 1716. Was receiv'd again into the College in Room wch he had left; took his Orders, & went upon his mission where his [sic] labouring an. Dni 1732' (BA 13, 192). Arrived at English College, Rome Feb 28 1710; left for England June 8 1713. Returned to Rome Jan 9 1717; ordained May 15 1718. Left for England April 23 1720 (CRS 40, 143). *Eyre, Robert see FITZHERBERT, Robert


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FARMIN, William [1788[Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born London July 12 1788, son of Charles Farmin and Sylvana Nyren; baptised by [Michael] Coen; admitted May 1 1801; left. Not in G. Note: Still in College April 1803 (BA 219). FARROW, Butler [arrived 1698] BUTLERUS FARROW, convictor, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] Collegio access it 20 Iunii 1698; discessit 1700. 172; not in G. Came June 20 1698; left 1700. Note: 'Buttler Farrow' came to ye colledge on ye 20th of June 1698 [in margin: in ye Lusitania Thomas Freeman commander] for us to bind him prentise to a waxe chandler but not being capable for ye trade by reason of his age and littleness of his body Mr Gother desired us to retaine him here and to lett him have a triall for this year and in case he continued he would secure his portion of 20 pd. p. ann: & for this year has paid to Mr John Browne in England our procurator ten pound ... Run away to England, and afterwards appeared here again, a souldier going to Giblaltar' (BA 13, 124). FIELDING, Stephen [left 1764] Note: No entry for him. In College Jan 1762 (Corr); left about Jan 1764 (Corr Aug 16 1763 and Feb 22 1764). Not in G. FISHER, Daniel [1646-1686] DANIEL FISHERUS, Londinensis, nobilis [In Perrott's hand:] Huius pater fuit Franciscus Fisherus armiger Lincolniensis, mater vero Susanna Hudson. Huc appulit in comitatu R. D. Richardi Russell Episcopi Portalegrensis 5 Februarii 1662, annos natus quarto Iunii sequentis stylo Anglicano sexdecim. Post aliquantulum temporis, rationibus patrum Collegii, maxime Doctoris Thomae Godeni, permotus, relictis erroribus fidei quibus a parenti bus utpote acatholicis inutritus erat in gremium se contulit matris Ecclesiae, exomologesi facta D. Ioanni Wilhams tunc temp oris Collegii Confessario. Tertio Maii contulit se ad humaniores literas sub D. Georgio Martino. Quibus mirifice profecit et duo bus plus minus annis aptum se reddidit studiis Philosophiae. Theses logicas D. Annae Radclif dicatas sub D. Matthia Watkinsono cum laude defendit et deinceps sub eodem magistro theses generales totius Philosophiae R. D. Richardo Russell dicatas 31 Martii 1667 magna cum laude propugnavit. [po 102, E. Jones's hand:] Philosophiae Lector factus est 1 Maii anno 1670. Facultates missionarii accepit iuramentumque praestitit 9 Aprilis anni 1675. 75 & 102; A3, 59-60; G, 196. (London.) Son of Francis Fisher, of Lincolnshire, and Susan Hodson. Arrived with Bishop Russell Feb 5 1662, aged nearly 16 (born June 4 1646


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O.S.); converted by Tilden; confessed to Williams. May 3 joined Barrett's humanity course and made great progress; ready for Philosophy in about 2 years. Defended logical theses, dedicated to Lady Anne Radcliffe, under Watkinson and then general theses from Philosophy, dedicated to Bishop Russell, in March 1667. Philosophy Lecturer May 1 1670. Missionary faculties April 9 1675 [BA 215, 34]. Note: Russell paid for him until he took oath July 5 1667 (Oaths and BA 12, 179); then until Easter 1670 he was on a fund to which Russell nominated (RRL late 1685). Ordination date unknown; probably 1670. Aug 30 1687 Tilden paid ÂŁ10 from legacy Fisher had left to College on his death in 1686 (AA; see A3, 59-60). *Fisher, Daniel see FITTER, Daniel; Fisher, Francis see FITTER, Francis; Fisher, Richard see STUTTARD, Richard FISHER, William [1733-1813] [Columnar entry, BA 4:] Admitted Sept 7 1748; oath March 12 1756; minors Dec 22 1759; subd. March 22, diac. May 31, priesthood and 1st Mass Dec 20 and 25 1760; missionary oath July 14 1761 [BA 215, 118]. A4, 101; G, 196- 7. Note: Born Sept 1733 (CCL 1753). FITTER, Daniel, al. FISHER [c.l628-1700] DANIEL FISHER, alias FITTER, Worcestrensis [wrongly corrected from Staffordiensis], no bilis [Pickford's hand:] Huius pater fuit Guilielmus Fitter Catholicus. Literas humaniores incepit in Anglia. Huc missus est ab avunculo Harfieldo Pretty sacerdote, cum consensu CIeri, unus ex secunda missione ad Latinitatem. Appulit 24 Novembris 1647, cum esset annorum 19. [Whitaker's hand:] A.D. 1651 Decembris 12 iuramentum Collegii sumpsit; sequenti die qui erat Sanctae Luciae primam tonsuram et omnes ordines minores; die 18 subdiaconatum, die 21 diaconatum, die 24 sacerdotium, et die 25 qui erat Nativitatis Domini primitias obtulit. Conclusiones ex universa Philosophia sub D. Godeno publice cum laude defendit die 3 Februarii A.D. 1653, [Tilden's hand:] et eodem an no in festo Sanctorum Apostolorum Petri et Pauli conclusiones theologicas ex materia de Attributis et Visione Dei sub R. D. Francisco Claytono, Collegii Preside et Sacrae Theologiae Doctore, pari cum laude defendit. Calculi autem doloribus diu multumque vexatus, A.D. 1654 ex consilio medico rum circa festum Incarnationis Dominicae Lusitaniae valedixerit, et consuetis facultatibus ac literis commendatitiis munitus ad Episcopum Chalcedonensem et Patres de Oratorio, qui summa cum charitate ad se invitassent missionarios Anglos literis et virtute consummandos, Galliam versus navigavit. Verum in itinere ab hostili nave emissa glande et in locum ubi repositus erat pulvis tormentarius infeliciter incidente, ipse cum


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reliquis qui in nave erant immatura morte sublatus credebatur [Substituted for: est]. Verum de [po 51 which repeats all from 'Galliam' in equivalent words, then resumes:] Verum postea tum ab ali is tum a seipso vivo accepimus mira quad am Dei providentia se servatum fuisse. Quippe cum vi pulveris tormentarii incensa navis in varias partes distraheretur, quarum plurimae in aere volitantes hinc inde in mare recidebant, factum est, Deo sic ordinante (qui olim praeparaverat piscem grand em ut deglutiret Ionam), ut scapha navis incensae, ipsa etiam ardens, ceciderit iuxta navem hostilem, quae ex Ostenda erat, et Pater Daniel ex aere recta in scapham inciderit. Unde fractis, qua casu, qua pulvere tormentario, tribus in latere costis et altera ex tibiis, extractus est semianimis et semiustulatus a milite quodam Hispano. Cognitoque quod esset sacerdos Catholicus humanissime exceptus est tum a naviculario in itinere, quod 26 dierum erat, tum a mercatore, ad quem praecipue spectabat navis, postquam Osten dam appulit, curatisque vulneribus in Angliam dimissus est. [E. Jones's hand:] Ubi per multos annos in animarum lucrandarum munere laborans tandem pia morte obdormivit in Domino in comitatu Staffordiae, in familia D. Fowler vulgo dicto of Saint Thomas. 40 & 51; A2, 109-10; G, 197. (Staffordshire.) Son of William Fitter, a Catholic. Began humanity in England. Sent by uncle, Harfield Pretty, in 2nd Latin mission. Arrived Nov 24 1647, aged 19. Dec 1651: oath 12; tons. and minors 13; subd. 18; diac. 21; priesthood 24; 1st Mass 25. 1653: defended Philosophy under Tilden Feb and Theology under Whitaker June. Suffered much from the stone, so left Portugal for France on medical grounds around Lady Day 1654; had faculties and commendatory letters to Bishop Smith and the Oratorians [at Paris], who had kindly invited English missioners to complete their training with them. But the powder magazine of his ship was hit from an Ostend privateer, so he was presumed dead. Later we heard he was saved: the ship blew up with its boat and Fitter landed in the boat right next to the privateer, with 3 ribs and a leg broken. Picked up by a Spanish soldier; very well treated because a priest. Recovered; sent from Ostend to England. Worked for souls for many years. Died in Thomas Fowler's household [1700]. Note: Brother of Francis. ÂŁ50 was paid to College on arrival: 'his uncle Mr Francis Harryes [Harfield Pretty] is to adde for him twenty pound if possible, but ten however the world goes' (BA 12, 71). Missionary oath March 23 1654 (BA 215, 18). Viaticum April 1 1654 (BA 12, 72). FITTER, Francis, al. FISHER [c.1622- 171O] FRANCISCUS FISHERUS, alias FITTERUS, Staffordiensis, honesto loco natus [Clarence's hand:] Huius pater fuit Guilielmus Fitterus, Catholicus. Literas humaniores audivit usque ad Syntaxim Wolverhamptoniae in Comitatu Staffordiensi. Natus ad annos 18 appulit huc 7 Decembris 1640, miss us a Clero cum liter is testimonialibus, unus ex quarta missione. Iuramentum et habitum Collegii sumpsit die 25 Iulii 1641. [Pickford's hand:] Prim am


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tonsuram et ordines minores suscepit ab Ill. Protect ore 18 Decembris 1643; subdiaconatum vero 18 Aprilis 1645; diaconatum 26 Iulii et 30 eiusdem presbyteratum 1645. Tandem fmitis studiis, praemisso examine et praestito iuramento cum promissione adnexa, cum facultatibus consuetis missionarius in patriam abiit per Hollandiam 7 Aprilis 1647. [E. Jones's hand:] In animabus lucrandis post multos annos absumptos, tandem in Comitatu Salopiensi in senectute bona obdormivit in Domino anno 1711. 26; A2, 110; G, 197. (Staffordshire.) Son of William Fitter, a Catholic. Studied humanity up to Syntax at Wolverhampton. Arrived, aged 18, Dec 7 1640, sent by Clergy in 4th mission. Oath July 25 1641. Tons. and minors Dec 18 1643. Subd. April 18; diac. July 26; priesthood July 30 1645. Went missioner with faculties to England via Holland April 7 1647. [E. Jones adds:] After many years saving souls he died in good old age in Shropshire in 1711. Note: Brother of Daniel. Anonymous verses celebrating his ordination in CCL 1645. Missionary oath April 3 1647 (BA 215, 13). Fitter's books are at Ushaw, though not in LC: they were part of the library of Bishop Dicconson, brought to Ushaw (Crook Hall) by Thomas Eyre, the President, c. 1800. Dicconson has annotated one of Fitter's books (XIX F 10 14): 'With the rest of his books it was bought of his Executrix Mrs Mary Cross of Oulton by E. Dicconson'. Some of the books originally belonged to Fitter's uncle, Harfield Pretty. A2, 110 gives Fitter's date of death as Oct 11 1710. FITZHERBERT, John, al. BROOKE [1645IOANNES FITZHERBERT, alias BROOKE, Staffordiensis, nobilis [Tilden's hand:] Huius pater fuit Gulielmus Fitzherbert, mater Anna Brooke, ambo nobiles Catholici. Huc appulit 28 Septembris 1659, quartus ex quarta missione ad Latinitatem, alumnus designatus, annos natus 14 quos complevit die 31 Octobris eiusdem anni. [Perrott's hand:] Hic elapso humaniorum literarum curriculo cum iam per aliquot menses pigram admodum Logicae navasset operam, studio militiae ductus, clam quadam die sub initio Quadragesimae proximae elapsae foras aufugit. Quo se contulerit diu incertum donec tandem ex literis a Tangeria transmissis innotuit eum in praedicto oppido inter milites praesidiarios visum fuisse 1662.62; G, 197. (Staffordshire.) Born Oct 31 1645, son of William Fitzherbert and Anne Brooke, Catholics of noble birth. Arrived Sept 28 1659, 4th for 4th Latin mission, to be an alumnus. Finished humanity. After some months of half-hearted study of Logic, slipped away secretly at beginning of Lent. Whereabouts unknown, till a letter from Tangiers reported that he had been seen among garrison there (1662). Note: Left March 3 1662 (BA 12, 53). G gives Oct 7 1677 as date of death, but I suspect his source (Barnard, BA 4) meant it for Robert Edwards's death.


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FITZHERBERT, Robert, al. EYRE [c.1629-1701] ROBERTUS EYRE, alias FITZHERBERTUS, Darbiensis nobilis [Pickford's hand:] Huius pater fuit Franciscus Fitzherbertus armiger, Catholicus. Latinitatem incepit in patria, unde missus est a Clero unus ex secunda missione ad Latinitatem. Appulit 15 Augusti 1647, annorum 18. [Whitaker's hand:] Iuramentum et habitum Collegii A.D. 1651 die Decembris 12 suscepit, postquam ex Logica, quam integram audiverat sub D. Godeno, translatus fuerat ad excipiendas Controversias et Casus Conscientiae. Die 13 Decembris primam tonsuram et or dines minores, die 18 subdiaconatum, 21 diaconatum, 24 sacerdotium conferente Ill. Protectore sus cepit et primitias obtulit in die Natalis Domini. Demum A.D. 1652 die 26 Martii praestito iuramento cum prornissione annexa cum facultatibus consuetis' missionarius in patriam abiit. 36; A2, 111; G, 197-8. (Derbyshire.) Son of Francis Fitzherbert, a Catholic. Began Latin in England; sent by Clergy in 2nd Latin mission. Arrived Aug 15 1647, aged 18. Dec 1651: oath 12, after completing Logic under Tilden and transferring to Controversies and Cases of Conscience; tons. and minors 13; subd. 18; diac. 21; priesthood 24; 1st Mass 25. Left for home a missioner with faculties March 26 1652. Note: Missionary oath March 14 1652 (BA 215, 16). *Floyd see LLOYD FOOTHEAD, Charles [1766[Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born London Feb 25 1766, son of John Jonathan Foothead and Frances Hayles; baptised March 2 by Bernard Baker; confirmed May 1 1777 by Hornyold; admitted Aug 23 1779; left. G, 198. Note: Left about Dec 31 1785 (BA 46, 59). FORSTER, John, al. DENHAM [1700IOANNES FORSTER, alias DENHAM, Lincolniensis, nobilis [All in E. Jones's hand:] Filius fuit Guilhelmi Forster praedicantis et Catterinae Denham, Protestantium. Hic Ecc1esiae Catholicae gremio adductus a R. D. Patre [blank] Porter, missionarii munere in Anglia fungente, ab Ill. et R. D. Bonaventura Episcopo Madaurensi ad Collegium missus est hucque appulit 29 Decembris, eodemque die Collegium est ingressus ad Philosophiam, cum aetatis esset 22 annorum, quam impleverat die decimo Septembris proximo elapsi A.D. 1722, et postquam Cantabrigiae in Collegio Sancti Ioannis bachalaureus degisset. Philosophiae studium agressus est die 7 Aprilis A.D. 1723, praelegentibus D. Praeside Eduardo Iones Logicam et D. Mosely Vice- Prezide libros Physicorum; quibus studiis incubuit usque ad diem undecimum Septembris sequentis quando, circiter horam qua caeteri condiscipuli examen in fine vacantiorum fieri solitum subierunt, furtim e Collegio exiit et in domum


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Legati Britanici se recepit, ex qua in navem transportatus in Angliam navigavit. 197; not in G. (Lincoln.) Born Sept 10 1700, son of William Forster, a preacher, and Catherine Denham, Protestants. Converted by Fr Porter [Thomas Wholy, see A3, 247], a missionary in England. Sent by Bishop Giffard; arrived Dec 29 1722 for Philosophy. Had been at St John's College, Cambridge; B.A. Began Philosophy April 7 1723 under E. Jones and W. Mawdesley. Ran away Sept 11 to British Ambassador's; from there took ship for England. FORTESCUE, Nicholas, al. FOSTER [student 1628-30] NICOLAUS FOSTERUS, alias FORTESCUTUS, Worcestrensis, Equitis aurati filius [All in Pickford's hand:] Hic primo in aula Bruxellensi educatus, mox ad Collegium Duacenum transivit, ubi auditis Poesi, Rhetorica, Philosophia et uno anno Sacrae Theologiae, huc destinatus est cum prima missione; advenitque itinere terrestri ante omnes 7 Novembris 1628, ubi audita Theologia ob infirmam valetudinem ante susceptos sacros ordines navi reversus est in Angliam circa medium Augusti anno 1631. Inde in Galliam dicitur transisse, et secundo geniti filii Ducis Lennoxiensis curam et tutelam egisse. 4*; G, 198; see A2, 134-5 under 'Goulding' (a different person, as noted there). (Worcestershire.) Educated at the Court of Brussels, then studied Poetry, Rhetoric, Philosophy and one year's Theology at Douai College. Chosen for 1st mission, came overland arriving first Nov 7 1628. Finished Theology, but left for England on account of poor health without major orders about mid-August 1631. Said to have gone to France and to have tutored 2nd son of Duke of Lennox. Note: Tons. and minors at Douai Dec 21 1624 (CRS 10, 233). For his attempt to keep Mayler to his promise to teach at Lisbon, see DL III, 25-26, which mentions that Fortescue travelled overland, via Madrid. CRS 10, 300: Dec 29 1631 took oath at Douai College, even though he was soon to go to Paris. FOSTER, John [1694IOANNES FOSTERUS, Bercheriensis, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] Filius Danielis Foster Protestantis et Mariae Fearfax Catholicae. Accessit ad Collegium die 19 Octobris anno 1709 aetatis 15, missus a Serenissima Regina Portugalliae. Latinitatem ediscit sub D. Ioanne Floydaeo. Cum ad Poesim usque pervenerat, relictis studiis in Angliam rediit die 18 Iulii A.D. 1713. 133; not in G. (Berkshire.) Son of Daniel Foster, Protestant, and Mary Fairfax, Catholic. Came Oct 19 1709, aged 15, sent by Queen of Portugal. Studied humanity under J. Lloyd. In Poetry gave up studies and went home July 18 1713.


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Note: He was 'borne in Redding in Barkshire sixteen years of age ye 18th of next march old stile' (BA 13, 172). *Foster, Nicholas see FORTESCUE, Nicholas; Frankland, John see WHITAKER, George

FRYER, James [1772-1792] [Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born Norton, Somerset Sept 1772, son of James Fryer and Mary Langley; baptised by J. J. Placid Naylor; confirmed by Thomas Talbot; admitted Feb 22 1785; died in College; buried in chapel. G,199. Note: Nephew of President Fryer, brother of William Victor. Died in College Sept 9 1792 (BA 112, 13 and BA 219). FRYER, William [1739-1805] Note: No entry for him. From ancient and illustrious family near Bath (BA 112, 28). Entered Douai May 12 1760; left in poor health Sept 16 1770 to go to Valladolid after ordination in England by Challoner (CRS 63: 221, 250; BA 112,28). Arrived at Valladolid Nov 13 1770: VicePresident and Master of Humanity, then Philosophy Lecturer and later Theology Lecturer; left Oct 8 1781 (CRS 30: 197, 206). Arrived Lisbon June 8 1782 (BA 112, 5): Vice-President June 24 (BA 122); patent as President Dec 31 1782 (BA 121). Died in College Aug 15 1805 (BA 112, 28). 8 of his letters and 170 to him in Corr, with copies of many of his letters in BA 219. The Douai dictates he wrote as a student in Theology are BA 232- 8. A4, 107; G, 199. FRYER, William Victor [1768-1844] [Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born Bath July 28 1768, son of James Fryer and Mary Langley [so brother of James and nephew of William]; baptised by J. J. Placid Naylor; confirmed by Walmsley; admitted June 8 1782. A4, 107-8; G, 199. Note: Prefect General and Master of Humanity 1791 (BA 112: 10, 13). Missionary oath June (?) 11 1796 (BA 215, 134). College's London Agent 1803-31 (accounts in AA). Died Sept 6 1844 (BA 78). His 50 letters in Corr give many details of Catholic life in and near London. FULLER, Charles, al. GRAVES [1650- 1668] CAROLUS GRAVES, Norfolciensis, honesto loco natus [All in Perrott's hand:] Huius pater fuit Christophorus Fuller, mater vero Margareta Robinson. Latinitatem incepit in Anglia, unde huc missus a Clero appulit 3 Ianuarii 1667, annos completurus 17 adventante purificatione Beatae Virginis huius praesentis anni. 84; not in G.


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(Norfolk.) Son of Christopher Fuller and Margaret Robinson. Began Latin in England. Sent by Clergy; arrived Jan 3 1667, aged nearly 17. Note: Died Dec 13 1668, presumably in College (BA 13, 4). FULLER, Edward [arrived 1685] EDUARDUS FULLER, Norfo1ciensis, convictor, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] Huc appulit 9 Maii 1685, relictis studiis discessit in Angliam. 172; not in G. (Norfolk.) Came May 9 1685; gave up studies and went to England. Note: Came with brother Henry (BA 13, 96). Left about Nov 1688 (AA). -1713] FULLER, Henry [ HENRICUS FULLER, Norfo1ciensis, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] Huc appulit die 9 Maii anno 1685. Finitis studiis missionarius in Angliam rediit, ubi aliquot annos peractis Ulissiponem iterum petiit inque Collegio commoratus est usque ad 31 Maii anno 1712, quo die navem conscendens iterum in Angliam regressus est. Die 14 Novembris A.D. 1713 Londinum petens, ex itinere fatigatus lectum petiit. Ubi ex currus agitatione, ut supponitur, ex secreto aliquo meatu sanguine per os erumpente (maxime enim obesus erat corpore) in somnis suffocatus, proximo mane mortuus inventus est. R.I.P. 119; A3, 62; not in G. (Norfolk.) Came May 9 1685. Went missioner to England; after a few years returned and lived in College till he returned to England May 31 1712. November 14 1713 died on a journey to London. Note: Edward's brother (AA Oct 13 1706); they came together (BA 13, 96). Oath Nov 11 1692 (Oaths) . He returned on Feb 11 1706 '& is to pay for his aboad the time he is here but wch way I know not unless it be by his masses & ten pd p. annum his Br pays for him' (BA 13, 151). FULLER, John [arrived 1692] Note: No entry for him. Brother of Edward and Henry. Arrived Feb 2 1692 (BA 13, 24). Still there June 1698 (AA). Not in G. GAGE, John [arrived 1684] IOANNES GAGAEUS, nobilis, convictor [All in E. Jones's hand:] Accessit ad Collegium 9 Maii 1684 ad Latinitatem. Sed duobus annis in studio Gramaticae insumptis in patriam rediit. 175; not in G. Came May 9 1684 for Latin. After 2 years of Grammar went home. GASCOIGNE, William, al. MEYNELL [c.1631 - 1690] GUILIELMUS MEYNEL, alias GASCONUS, Eboracensis, nobilis [Pickford's hand:] Huius pater fuit Guilielmus Gasconus Catholicus. Latinitatem incepit in patria. Appulit 18 Februarii 1647 cum frate suo


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uterino, D. Roberto Meynel sacerdote, qui e Galliis a Regina missus est ad Legatum D. Henricum Comptonum hic residentem. A quo discedente (intelligo fratrem) relictus est et in Collegium admissus, unus ex secunda missione ad Latinitatem 12 Augusti 1647, cum annorum esset 16. [Whitaker's hand:] A.D. 1651 cum Carolo Iennings easdem ob causas et eodem tempore Duacum in Belgio destinatus est ibique receptus. Iuvenis bonae spei. [Tilden's hand:] Ibi sacris ordinibus, etiam presbyteratus, ordinatus, post aliquot annos tum ibidem tum apud Patres Oratorii prope Parisios in studiis Philosophiae et Theologiae insumptos, Ulyssiponem revocatus est ad liter as humaniores docendas anno 1659. Quo munere perfunctus in Angliam remissus est 7 Septembris 1661. 34; A2, 126-7; G, 200. (Yorkshire.) Son of William Gascoigne, a Catholic. Began Latin in England. Arrived Feb 18 1647 with his half-brother Robert Meynell, a priest sent by Queen Henrietta Maria to Ambassador here, Henry Compton. Left behind by departing brother, William was admitted Aug 12 1647 in 2nd Latin mission, aged about 16. In 1651 sent to Douai at same time as Charles Jennings and for same reasons; a promising young man . Ordained there; spent some years there and with Oratorians in Paris. Recalled to Lisbon to teach humanity 1659. Completed that task; sent back to England Sept 7 1661. Note: Viaticum to take him to Douai College April 2 1651 (BA 12, 61). Profession of faith at Douai July 22 1651; alumni oath June 4 1653; minors June 7 1653; left for England in poor health July 24 1653 (CRS 11: 511, 519, 524-6). *Gerard, John see JARRETT, John GHIGLINO, Thomas Dominic, al. GHIGLY or GIGLI [1714TOMAS DOMINICUS GHIGLINUS, Genovensis, convictor [All in E. Jones's hand:] Filius fuit Francisci Maria Ghiglini et Mariae Perigrino Vaccaro Genovensium. Huc appulit ad avunculum suum Dominicum Maria Vaccaro commercia in hac civitate peragentem, cuius precibus annuentibus Superioribus in Collegium admissus est convictor, idemque ingressus die 29 Decembris A.D. 1725, aetatis suae 11 cum dimidio, ad Latinitatem. Humanioribus literis incubuit usque ad 6 Martii anno 1728 quando ad avunculum rediit ad commercia ediscenda. 205; not inG. Son of Genoese parents, Francesco Maria Ghiglino and Maria Peregrino Vaccaro. Came to his uncle, Domenico Maria Vaccaro, a merchant in Lisbon, who asked Superiors to admit him as a convictor. Came Dec 29 1725, aged 11 and a half, for Latin. Returned to uncle to be apprenticed March 6 1728. Note: Called Tomas Dominick Ghigly in BA 13,213. 'This young Man was taken away by his Unkle, and put Prentice to a Merchant here in Lxa' (BA 14, 110).


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-1737] GIBBONS, Tobias [ TOBIAS GIBBONS, Tingi in Mauritania natus [All in E. Jones's hand: in margin: Pater Gualterus Gibbons, mater Caecilia Magdaniel, Hyberni, Provinciae Conotiae.] Literas humaniores incepit sub D. Rogero Brockholes, complevit sub D. Hieronymo Pryme, sub quo et Philosophiam adiit. Theologiam sub D. Rogero Brockholes et Ieronymo Pryme. Finitis studiis facultatibusque missionarii acceptis die 28 Octobris anno 1696, cum D. Ludovico de Cunha, Legato extraordinario a Rege Portugalliae ad Pseudo-Regem Angliae [in margin: Principem Orangiae] misso, in Belgiam navigavit, indeque in Galliam, deinceps in Angliam, ubi eidem Ex. D. ut Capellanus maior etiamnum inservit anno 1710. In hoc officio, et in publica Capella eiusdem Ex. D. in magnum Catholicorum solamen, singulari episcoporum Catholicorum acceptatione versatus est usque ad diem 30 Ianuarii 1719, quo huc appulit postquam Ex. Legatus diu in Hollandia moratus et ad Matritum a Rege Portugalliae evocatus familiam suam Londini disolvisset, et in Collegio hospes receptus est. Cum ex discessu Ex. Legati Catholici privarentur publica capella quam peramplam ex Regis expensis Londini sustentaverat, literis ab Ill. Angliae Catholicis Episcopis ad Regem, Cardinalem et Patriarcham Ulissiponem missis ad implorandum fidelibus solitum publicae capellae solamen, pientissimus Rex, ut Catholicorum pietati succurreret, similibusque mederetur quaerelis, Legati characterem et potestatem [po 180] ad D. Hiasinthium Borgez, Londino tunc morantem, misit, idemque Pater Gibbons in eodem munere Capellani maioris adauctoque stipendio regia auctoritate stabilitus, navem Belgicam conscendit in que Angliam per Holandiam navigavit 21 Maii A.D. 1719. Post aliquot annos in illo munere exercendo consumptos, Ex. D. Antonio Galvas, Lusitanae Maiestatis apud Anglos Legato, iterum Ulissiponem rediit assumptusque est in numerum paenitentiariorum Basilicae Patriarchalis, quod officium exercuit usque ad 4 Augosti A.D. 1737, quando post diuturnam aegritudinem viribus exhaustus, Ecclesiae sacramentis munitus, obdormivit in Domino in domo sua in parochia Dominae Nostrae de Mercede cita [read sita], humatusque iacet ad pedem altaris Dominae Nostrae de Pace intra cancellos. R.I.P. 120 & 180; A3, 65; G, 200. (Tangiers.) Son of Irish parents from Connaught, Walter Gibbons and Cecilia MacDaniel. Studied humanity and Theology under Brockholes and Pryme, Philosophy under Brockholes and Pryme. Went missioner to England, via Belgium and France, Oct 28 1696 [ BA 215, 72] with Luis da Cunha, Ambassador Extraordinary to England. Is senior chaplain to the Ambassador 1710. In this post was a great comfort to Catholics and well thought of by bishops. Jan 30 1719 came here when Ambassador closed his London establishment prior to going to Holland and Madrid, thus depriving Catholics of a large public chapel in London. The King of Portugal responded to bishops' plea and made Hyacinth Borges Ambassador; Gibbons went to be his chaplain May 21 1719. After some


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years as chaplain to Antonio Galvas, Ambassador, returned to Lisbon and was made penitentiary of Basilica. Died Aug 4 1737 in his own house. Buried at altar of Our Lady of Peace. Note: Oath Nov 9 1692 (Oaths) . Feb 28 1693 presented to Archbishop of Lisbon for subd., diac. and priesthood (OF), so probably ordained in May. GIFFARD, George [arrived 1677] GEORGIUS GIFFARDUS, nobilis, convictor [All in E. Jones's hand:] Huc appulit 20 Iulii 1677. Quando et quomodo discessit nos latet. 175; not in G. Came July 20 1677 . . Note: Still there in 1681 (BA 13, 66). GIFFARD, Peter [c.1629-1689] PETRUS GIFFARDUS, Salopiensis, nobilis [Pickford's hand:] Huius pater fuit Thomas Giffardus Catholicus. Literas humaniores incepit in Anglia ad quas perficiendas huc missus est a Clero unus ex secunda missione ad Latinitatem. Appulit 24 Novembris 1647, cum esset annorum 18. [Whitaker's hand:] Logicam solam ob angustiam rei familiaris nostrae audivit, indeque trans latus est ad excipiendas Controversias et Casus Conscientiae. Iuramentum Collegii et habitum suscepit 12 Decembris anni 1651, postero die promotus ab Ill. Protectore ad primam tonsuram et ordines n1inores, die 18 ad subdiaconatum, die 21 ad diaconatum et Kalendis Aprilis anni 1652 assumptus est in Magistrum classis Literarum Humaniorum; Kalendis Octobris in Procuratorem Collegii, Aprilis 13 1653 in ministrum Sancti Officii et interpretem in visitatione navium. [Tilden's hand:] Promotus est ad sacerdotium die 1 Iulii 1653 ab Episcopo Targensi in privata eiusdem capella. Demum vero anno 165429 Maii, sic ordinante Clero Anglicano ob angustiam rei familiaris, in Galliam discessit, quod reliquum erat studiorum consummaturus. Mutilum vero theologum futurum reputans qui Philosophiam antea non audiverat, post annum iterum Ulyssiponem rediit 2 Decembris 1655 et admissus est ad cursum sub D. Barnesleio. [po 56] Secundus ex patribus huius Collegii concionatus est in Ecclesia Lusitanice. Primam concionem habuit magna cum laude in festo Sancti Iosephi 19 Martii anni 1657. Conclusiones theologicas de Attributis et Visione Dei defendit sub D. Thoma Godeno Praeside 30 die Iunii 1659, et finito cursu theologico in Angliam missus est 7 Beptembris 1661. 39 & 56; A2, 129-30; G, 200-1. (Shropshire.) Son of Thomas Giffard, a Catholic. Began humanity in England; sent by Clergy in 2nd Latin mission. Arrived Nov 24 1647, aged 18. After Logic transferred, because of College's poverty, to Controversies and Cases of Conscience. Dec 1651: oath 12; tons. and minors 13; subd. 18; diac. 21. April 1 1652 Master of Humanity; Oct 1 Procurator. April


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13 1653 interpreter in inspection of foreign ships. Priesthood July 1 1653. May 29 1654 went to France, on Clergy's orders because of our poverty, to complete studies. Returned Dec 2 1655 to make up Philosophy under Perrott. 2nd of our priests [after Tilden] to preach in Portuguese March 19 1657. Defended conclusions on God's Attributes under Tilden June 1659. Sent to England at end of Theology Sept 7 1661. Note: After his return in Dec 1655 he contributed his Mass stipends towards his maintenance (BA 12, 70). *Gigli, see GHIGLINO

GILDON, John, al. WORSLEY [c.l637-1700] IOANNES GILDONUS, Dorcestrensis, nobilis [All in Tilden's hand:] Filius fuit Richardi Gildoni nobilis Catholici et Franciscae Gildonae. Annos natus viginti quatuor . Hic postquam in Collegio Duaceno literas humaniores, Philosophiam et Theologiam absolvisset, necnon et duos cursus Philosophiae praelegisset, a Praeside D. Doctore Leiburne, praetenso quod Capitulo CIeri in Anglia adhaerebat, quocum ipse simultates exercebat, e Collegio dimissus et ab eodem Capitulo cum literis commendatitiis huc missus, admissus est in alumnum et Collegii iuramentum praestitit 15 Augusti anni 1661. Episcopo Targensi praesentatus ab eodem ordines minores suscepit 19 eiusdem mens is Augusti, subdiaconatum die 23 eiusdem mensis, diaconatum die 20 Octobris, presbyteratum denique 25 eiusdem mensis. Demum cum facultatibus missionarii dimissus est in Angliam die 18 Decembris eiusdem anni 1661. 69; A3, 75-6; G, 201-2 (Dorset.) Son of Richard Gildon, a Catholic of noble birth, and Frances. Aged 24. Studied humanity, Philosophy and Theology and taught 2 Philosophy courses at Douai. Dismissed by President Leyburn for siding with Chapter. Sent here by Chapter; admitted as alumnus; oath Aug 15 1661. Minors Aug 19; subd. 23; diac. Oct. 20 and priesthood 25. Sent to England with missionary faculties Dec 18 1661 [BA 215,22]. Note: Entered Douai June 24 1649; oath Dec 21 1650 (CRS 11: 501, 508). Dismissed from Douai for favouring Blacklowism (CRS 63,17). Confessor to Blue Nuns, Paris Feb-Aug 1681 (CRS 8: 30, 278). -1736] GILDON, Joseph [ IOSEPHUS GILDONUS, honesto loco natus [A ll in E. Jones's hand:] Appulit die 20 Maii an no 1693. Humanioribus literis sub D. Joanne lanes incubuit, Philosophiae sub D. Georgio Slaughtero, sub quo conclusiones ex universa Philosophia depromptas cum laude defendit 13 lulii anna 1701. Theologiam audivit sub D. Eduardo lanes et D. Georgio Slaughtero. Anno 1703 theses theologicas de Virtutibus et Peccatis sub D. Eduardo lones, et anna 1705 alias ex universa Theologia sub eodem Magistro cum laude propugnavit. Juramentum Collegii


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praestitit die 21 Decembris an no 1701. Die 16 Septembris anno 1706 Philosophiae Lector designatus est, sed ob malam valitudinem tanti laboris incapax redditus onus deposuit inque patriam cum missionarii facultatibus regressus die 6 Augusti anno 1707, ubi modo laborat anno 1710. Post multos in animabus Deo lucrandis exantlados labores, tandem morbo correptus diem obiit in schola Toifordiensi proxima civitati Wintoniae die 26 Iulii A.D. 1736 stili veteris. R.I.P. 129; A3, 76-7; G, 202. Came May 20th 1693. Studied humanity under Vane, Philosophy under Slaughter, defending it July 1701, and Theology under Jones and Slaughter. Under Jones defended theses on Virtues and Vices 1703 and the whole of Theology 1705. Oath Dec 21 1701. Philosophy Lecturer Sept 16 1706 [when he was already a priest (BA 122)]; resigned because of poor health and went .missioner to England Aug 6 1707 [BA 215, 86], where he is still working 1710. Died at Twyford school near Winchester July 26 1736 (O.S.). Note: 'He went to England for his health having undertaken to teach Philosophy but not finding himselfe wth a capacity sufficient made use of that pretext & so obtained leave from my Lord Bishop Giffard. he went in ye expedition Capn James Smithson in September ye 25th 1707.' (N. Waldegrave, BA 13, 140). Sept 8 1735 told E. Jones Twyford school was flourishing, with 29 pupils and prospect of 40 (Corr). *Gilmet, Henry see SHIRLEY, Henry

GIRLINGTON, John, al. ANDERTON [c.1657-1729] IOANNES GIRLINGTONUS, alias ANDERTONUS [All in E. Jones's hand:] Ioannes Girlingtonus filius fuit Richardi Gyrlingtoni et Annae Gildibrand Catholicorum. Accessit ad Collegium anno 1674, aetatis 16 vel 17. Recessit a Collegio 2 Aprilis anni 1684. Haec et nihil amplius in scriptis D. Matthiae Watkinsoni de Ioanne Girlingtono reperi. Hic expletis studiis ordinibusque susceptis cum facultatibus missionarii in Angliam rediit ibique etiamnum laborat anno 1710. 92; A3, 78; G, 202. Son of Richard Girlington and Anne Gillibrand, Catholics. Arrived 1674, aged 16 or 17. Left April 2 1684. Nothing else recorded by Watkinson. After studies and ordination, left missioner for England, where he is still working 1710. Note: Arrived July 4 1674, to be an alumnus (BA 13, 43). Oath Sept 15 1680 (Oaths). Missionary oath April 2 1684 (BA 215, 50). Died Aug 13 1729 (Ushaw: OS/G 16, T. Eyre's list). GLOVER, Joseph [1739-1818] [Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born Nov 11 1739, son of Edward and Mary; baptised Nov 16 by William Molyneux; admitted Nov 23 1752; confirmed April 7 1753; oath June 23 1761; subd. and diac. Sept 24 and 29 1763; priesthood June 16 1764. A4, 114; G, 203.


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Note: Oath as Vice-President April 23 1777 (BA 122). Barnard thought him too lax as Vice-President (BA 112, 54). Bishop M. Gibson thought him unfit for mission (Corr Nov 8 1781). Glover left College Nov 1781 (BA 219). Oct 27 1790 President W. Fryer wrote to Vicar-General of Northern District to ask if Syon could have Glover as Procurator: 'he was brought up in our House and upon being Ordered to repair to the Mission about ten years ago by my Pred.or he did not go; for reasons best known to himself; but quitting the College accommodated himself in a Gentleman's House in Lisbon as tutor, and in that capacity has remained in Lisbon ever since ... Mr Glover is said to be very scrupulous and is known to approach the Altar very seldom. He is upwards of 50 years of age, has a constant Nervous complaint and what is the worst of all is lately troubled with frequent Vertigos' (Ushaw: President's Archives, C 13). Spent his last years as guest in College. Gave College ÂŁ800 April 1812 (BR). Died April 10 1818, leaving his money to College (BA 78). *Goad, John see GOOD, John; Godden, Thomas see TILDEN, Thomas

GOLTY, Samuel, al. John PHILIPS [

-1727] IOANNES PHILIPS, alias SAMUEL GOLTY, convictor, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] Ioannes Philips, alias Samuel Golty, Collegium ingressus est die 28 Iunii 1662 [read: 1682], missus ab Ill. D. D. Richardo Russello Episcopo Portalegrensi, qui tresenta millia realium huius monetae pro eius convictu usque ad finem studiorum persolvit. Habitum Collegii sumpsit iuramentumque praestitit die 7 Septembris anno 1686. Conclusiones ex universa Philo sophia defendit sub D. Roberto Smitheo, et denique sacris ordinibus initiatus cum facultatibus missionarii in Galliam navigavit 19 Octobris anno 1689, indeque in Angliam, ubi modo laborat A.D. 1710. Laboravitque in animarum lucrum usque ad annum 1727 quando, quo casu non nobis constat, tibiae abscissione obiit. 109; A3, 78-9; G, 240. Came June 28 1682, sent by Bishop Russell, who paid 300 milres to cover all his studies. Oath Sept 7 1686. Defended philosophical theses under Robert Smith. Ordained. Went missioner to England Oct 19 1689 [BA 215 , 59]; still working there 1710. Continued to work for souls until he died in 1727, after having had a leg amputated. Note: Arrived June 28 1682 (BA 13, 57). Died Sept 13 1727 (CRS 12, 2).

GOOD/GOAD, John, al. Moses BODYCOAT [missioner 1698] IOANNES GOAD, Londinensis, alias MOYSES BODYCOAT, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] Appulit 17 Septembris anno 1687. Humanioribus literis studuit sub D. Francisco Petre, Philosophiae sub eodem et D. Eduardo lones, Theologiae sub D. Thoma Hall, Doctore Sorbonico, et


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Hieronymo Pryme. Habitum Collegii suscepit 12 Iulii anno 1693, ordinibusque inauguratus missionarius in Angliam rediit 19 Ianuarii 1698. Inde in Flandriam navigavit, ubi cadens ab equo, fracto crure, mortuus est. 125; A3, 79; G, 203. (London.) Came Sept 17 1687. Studied humanity under Petre, Philosophy under Petre and Jones, Theology under T. Hall and Pryme. Oath July 12 1693. Ordained. Went missioner to England Jan 19 1698 [BA 215, 74]. Thence to Flanders; fell off his horse, broke a leg and died. Note: Minors April 22; subd. April 24 1696 (Barnard, BA 4). Sailed with W. Mawdesley Feb 20 1698 (BA 13, 32).

GOOD, Thomas [ . -1732] THOMAS GOODAEUS, Monmothiensis, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] Quando accessit ignoro etc. [In margin: Accessit ad Collegium 17 Septembris 1685.] Humanioribus literis et Philosophiae studiis incubuit sub D. Rogero Brockholes, Theologiae sub D. Roberto Smithaeo, Lectore Primario, et D. Rogero Brockholes, Vesperario. Habitum Collegii sumpsit 17 Aprilis anno 1688. Die 17 Decembris ad subdiaconatum, 18 eiusdem mensis et anni 1689 ad diaconatum et denique ad sacerdotium promotus est ab Em. Protectore Cardinali Verissimo de Lancastro, missusque est in Angliam cum facultatibus 2 die Ianuarii anno 1693. Ibique etiamnum laborat anno 1710. A.D. 1733 ex hac vita migravit. R.I.P. 115; A3, 79; G, 203. (Monmouthshire.) Came Sept 17 1685. Studied humanity and Philosophy under Brockholes, Theology under Robert Smith and Brockholes. Oath April 17 1688. Subd. and diac. Dec 17-18 1689; then priesthood. Went missioner to England Jan 2 1693 [BA 215, 65], where he is still working 1710. Died 1733 [see note]. Note: G gives Dec 21 1689 for ordination, a misreading of BA 4. Died Dec 3 1732 (CRS 12, 3). GOODEN, Peter [1643-1694] PETRUS GOODEN, Lancastrensis, nobilis [Tilden's hand:] Huius pater fuit Thomas Gooden nobilis Catholicus. Huc appulit 8 Novembris 1661, tertius ex quinta missione ad Latinitatem, annos natus 18 circa festum Sancti Martini proxime sUbsequentis. [E. Jones's hand:] Conclusiones logicales Perillustri D. Annae Radcliffe dicatas sub moderamine D. Matthiae Watkinsoni publice cum laude propugnavit 30 Iulii anno 1665. 72; A3, 79-81; G, 203. (Lancashire.) Son of Thomas Gooden, a Catholic of noble birth. Arrived Nov 8 1661, 3rd of 5th Latin mission, aged 18. Defended logical theses, dedicated to Lady Anne Radcliffe, under Watkinson July 30 1665. Note: Oath Aug 6 1666 (Oaths). Said Masses for Founder from Jan 7 1668 (BA 171, 4). Missionary oath Feb 2 1670 (BA 215,29) .


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GOOLD, Henry, al. PLUNKET [1703-1722] HEN RIC US GOOLD, Dorsestriensis, alias PLUCKNET, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] Filius fuit Thomae Goold Catholici et Eugeniae Goold Protestantis. Appulit die 10 Octobris anno 1719 ad Latinitatem, aetatis 16 quam compleverat die 9 huius mensis et anni stylo veteri. Hic Latinitatis similiter ac Poeseos studiis feliciter peractis Rhetoricam ingressus, in variolarum morbum incidens undecimo die aegritudinis suae animam Deo reddidit, iuvenis optimae spei et indolis. Sepultus iacet ad pedes aItaris Christi Crucifixi intra cancellos. Amen. Die 19 Septembris A.D. 1722. R.I.P. 181; not in G. (Dorset.) Born Oct 9 1703 (O.S.), son of Thomas, a Catholic, and Jane, a Protestant. Came Oct 10 1719 for Latin. Reached beginning of Rhetoric; died of smallpox Sept 19 1722; buried at altar of Christ crucified. GORNALL, Ralph [1755-1784] [Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born Elswick, Lancashire Nov 11 1755, son of Richard Gornall and Elizabeth Johnson; baptised same day by John Cowling; admitted Feb 16 1782; oath May 20 1784; died in College Sept 1784. G, 203-4. Note: Was teaching writing and accounting at Sedgley Park about 1779 (BA 112, 20 and Corr Oct 23 1781). Died Sept 11 1784 (BA 78). GOSHAM, Marcel Chrysostom [1781[Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born London Jan 27 1781, son of Thomas and Clementine; baptised by Coen; confirmed by Douglass; admitted Oct 9 1795; left. Not in G. Note: Baptised by Michael Edward Coen at Virginia St Chapel March 26 1781; confirmed June 8 1794 (AA Jan 5 1796). Left Jan 1798 (BA 219). GOTHER, John, al. BETTS and VENABLES [ - 1704] IOANNES VENABLES, alias BETS vel GOTHER [scored: GOTHER, GOTTUR] [All in E. Jones's hand] Accessit ad Collegium die 10 Ianuarii anno 1668. FacuItates missionarii recepit et iuramentum cum promissione adnexa praestitit 18 Octobris anni 1681 inque Angliam navigavit. Conclusiones physicas habuit 20 Novembris 1679. Post multos in Anglia insumptos annos in libris scribendis aliisque laboribus missionis, navem Italam, nomine Sanctum Caietanum, conscendit Ulissiponem versus navigaturus, sed morbo correptus in mari vita functus est die 13 Octobris 1704. Cuius corpus a duce navis conservatum aromatibusque conditum et Collegio allatum, ad pedes altaris Sancti Thomae Cantuariensis intra cancellos sepultum iacet. R.I.P. 101; A3, 81-4; G, 204 (and 175-6). Came Jan 10 1668. Went missioner to England Oct 18 1681 [BA 215,49]. Held physical conclusions Nov 20 1679. Spent many years in England in


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writing books and in other missionary work. Set out for Lisbon on the Saint Cajetan; died at sea Oct 13 1704. Buried at the altar of St Thomas of Canterbury. Note: Oath Jan 9 1672 (Oaths). Philosophy Lecturer April 10 1677; Prefect of Studies Nov 11 1678 (BA 122). G has a confused entry for 'John Betts'; in this he follows Barnard (BA 4), who gives May 25,26 and 30 1676 for subd. to priesthood. These are probably misplaced data about Gother. The following passage settles the date of his death. 'Passed this life on ye 13th of October 1704 on board ye St Cajetan an Italian shipe being upon his voyage for this colledge upon a pious & charitable acct. He receiv [sic] on board all ye rights of ye church & his corps by a p,articular and unaccostomed order of ye Commander whose name was Nicholas Campanella was presarved & imbalmed & brought to Lixa. on ye 24 of said month one ye 26 notice was given us of it by Mr Jaques de Costa. on ye 27th ditto ye Procurator fetched ye corps of privatly at nigt, & brought it to ye ColI. where it was deposited under our Ladys alter in ye Philosophers schoole till ye 28th (wch being St Simon & Judes day) in ye evening, being accompanied by ye whole community (with much resentment of his death) was solemnly buried under St Thomas of Canterburys alter ubi requiescat in pace Amen. This is a true acct. according to ye informations I had from ye capn of ye shipe & ye rest all, & I was eyewittnes, to being ye procurator. in wittness where off I subscribed in Lixa. 29 of October 1704 after a sollemn office was sung by ye Community for his soule ye same day. Nicholas Waldegrave.' (BA 13,2) *Gower, John see HAWKINS, John; Graves, Charles see FULLER, Charles

GREEN, Richard [1683-1750] RICHARDUS GRENE, Wigorniensis, nobilis [All in E. Jones's hand: in margin: Pater loannes Grene, mater Maria Midelmore, Catholici.] Appulit die 13 Augusti anno 1697 ad literas humaniores, quibus studuit sub D. Petro Key, sub quo etiam Logicam incepit, sed illo decidente ausis, totum Philosophiae cursum perfecit sub D. Hieronymo Pryme, Studiorum Praefecto et Theologiae Lectore Emerito, sub cuius auspiciis Logicam defendit. Theologiae incubuit sub eodem D. Hieronymo Pryme et D. Georgio Slaughtero, Sacrae Scripturae sub D. Eduardo Jones Praeside. Habitum Collegii assumpsit et iuramentum praestitit die 15 Septembris anno 1707. Eodem die quo ad Collegium accessit, videlicet 13 Augusti anno 1697, decimum quartum annum aetatis compleverat. Die 5 lulii anno 1715 Procuratoris munus suscepit. Die 24 anno [sic] 1722 quo Penticostis festum celebravimus in Angliam navigavit parentes invisurus. Ulissiponem regressus idem prosecutus est munus summo cum zelo et fidelitate, magnisque pro Collegio exantlatis laboribus


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in procurandis pro aedificio eleemosinis, et reditus in usum familiae colligendo, ordinariamque dos Portos Secos 150 M realium quam Serenissimi Reges Portugalliae quotannis benigne Collegio persolverunt, sed iam per longam solutionis debitae dissuetudinem citra spem recuperandam restaurando, ut restauravit; usque ad 30 Martii anna 1727, quando navem conscendens cum facultatibus missionarii in patriam navigavit. 130; A3, 85; G, 204. (Worcestershire.) Son of John Green and Mary Midelmore, Catholics. Came Aug 13 1697, his 14th birthday. Studied humanity under Key, Philosophy under Pryme, defending Logic once, Theology under Pryme and Slaughter and Scripture under Jones. Oath Sept 15 1707. Procurator July 5 1715. At Whit 1722 visited his parents in England; returned and worked hard and successfully as Procurator. Went missioner to England March 30 1727 [BA 215,97].

Note: Brother of William. Began to say Masses for Founder Nov 17 1707 (BA 171, 5). Died April 24 1750 (Corr May 1). GREEN, William [

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GULIELMUS GRENE, Stafordiensis, nobilis [All in E. Jones's hand:] Iuramentum Collegii praestitit habitumque assumpsit die 30 Iunii anno 1676. Humaniorum Literarum Magister electus, illud officium per aliquot menses summa cum diligentia exercuit. Quinto Maii anno 1686 destinatus est Collegii Procurator et 7 Septembris anno 1692 Confessarius. Missionarius cum ordinariis facultatibus discessit in Angliam die 30 Novembris anna 1698. Ubi ad tractanda in illo regno Collegii negotia Procurator iterum electus est; sed Ex. Ducissa de Richmond aegre ferente quod privetur Confessario suo, ex speciali Ill. Episcopi Madaurensis mandato officium deposuit rediitque ad Ex. D., in cuius familia in animarum salutem adhuc laborat anno 1710. Theses ex universa Philosophia depromptas sub moderamine D. Richardi Mosely cum laude defendit die 3 Novembris anno 1682. A.D. 1727 die 3 Octobris stylo veteri parelisi correptus obdormivit in Domino in civitate Londinensi. 108; A3, 86; G, 204. (Staffordshire.) Oath June 30 1676 [see note]. Diligent Master of Humanity for some months. Procurator May 5 1686; Confessor Sept 7 1692. Went missioner to England Nov 30 1698 [BA 215,79]. Chosen as College's Agent in England but Duchess of Richmond did not want to lose her confessor, so Bishop Giffard let him go back to her household, where he is still working 1710. Defended philosophical theses under R. Mawdesley Nov 1682. Died in London after a stroke Oct 3 1727 (O.S.).

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GREENHOUGH, James [1772[Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born Wigan, Lancashire Nov 9 1772, son of James Greenhough and Mary Unsworth; baptised by Marsden; confirmed by Matthew Gibson Sept 1785; admitted Oct 10 1787; left. Not in G. Note: Went home for reasons of health; returned Sept 1794 (Corr Sept 20 1793, Whit 1794 and Feb 1795). GREENWELL, Thomas [1711-1753] THOMAS GRENEWELL, Dunelmensis, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] Hic filius fuit Thomae Grenewell et Elizabethae Grenewell Catholicorum. Huc appulit die 17 mensis Agosti A.D. 1727, aetatis 16 quam adimpleverat vigessimo Maii proximo elapsi, Collegiumque ingressus est ad Latinitatem. Finitis Philosophiae studiis Theologiam ingressus iuramentum Collegii praestitit habitumque assumsit die 21 Decembris A.D. 1733. Die 19 Martii 1734 ab Ill. D. D. Iosepho Henrico Episcopo Constantiniensi, ex speciali commissione RR. Decani et Capituli Ulissiponensis Orientalis, sede episcopali vacante, in privato suo oratorio ordines celebrante, ad primam tonsuram quatuorque minorum ordinum gradus; die vero 20 eiusdem mensis et anni ad sacrum subdiaconatus ordinem; deinde die prima mensis Aprilis eiusdem anni ad sacrum diaconatus ordinem promotus erat; tandem die 4 Iulii 1735 sacerdos ordinatus est ab Ill. et R. Patriarcha Ulissiponensi Occidentali in privato sacello suo ordines administrante. Denique finitis studiis et missionarii facultatibus ei a Praeside Collegii concessis, navem conscendit et in Angliam navigavit mense Iulii die 19 A.D. 1736. 210; A4, 122; G, 204. (Durham.) Born May 20 1711, son of Thomas and Elizabeth, Catholics. Came Aug 17 1727 for Latin. Oath Dec 211733. Tons. and minors March 19; subd. March 20; diac. April 1 1734; priesthood July 4 1735. Went missioner to England July 19 1736. Note: Missionary oath July 15 1736 (BA 215, 101). Died Aug 23 1753 (Ushaw: OS/G 16, T. Eyre's list). GRIFFIN, George [c.1621-1695] GEORGIUS GRIFFINUS, Warvicensis, nobilis [Clarence's hand:] Hic patre Eduardo Griffino, armigero, Catholico, in studiis educatus est Cough toni in Comitatu Warvicensi. Missus a Clero cum literis testimonialibus appulit huc 7 Decembris 1640 cum aliis quartae missionis. Natus erat annis 19. Habitum Collegii absque iuramento suscepit 25 Iulii 1641. Pro alimento contribuit octoginta aureos per annum. Logicas conc1usiones publice defendit sub Magistro Patre Thoma Progero 7 Martii 1642. [Pickford's hand:] Cursum integrum pub lice defendit 28 Martii 1643. Anno vero 1644 29 Iunii pro dedicatione ecc1esiae novae theses theologicas in Primam Partem pub lice in eadem defendit sub Magistro D. Francisco Claytono. Expleto tertia Theologiae anna rnilitiae nomen dedit


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et ad regni huius confinia discessit 8 Augusti 1646. Postea vero ad religionem Sanctae Birgittae transiit. 24; G, 204-5; not in A. (Warwickshire.) Son of Edward Griffin, a Catholic. Educated at Coughton, Warwickshire. Sent by Clergy; arrived Dec 7 1640 with others of 4th mission, aged 19. Paid 80 crowns a year for board. Defended Logic under Powell March 1642 and whole course March 1643. At dedication of new chapel, June 29 1644, defended theses on Prima Pars under Whitaker. After 3rd Theology became a soldier and went to Spanish border Aug 8 1646. Later became a Bridgettine. Note: Syon Abbey paid what Griffin owed the College Jan 4 1650 (BA 12, 37).

GRIFFIN, William [1639GULIELMUS GRIFFINUS, convict or [Whitaker's hand:] Hic natus Bristoliae patrem habuit Ioannem Griffinum. Ab avunculo suo D. Thoma Tailero commendatus post quadriennii commorationem in civitate susceptus est ad convictum, [In margin: A.D. 1652 8 Septembris] cum esset annorum prope tredecim, unus ex tertia missione ad Latinitatem. [Tilden's hand:] Verum anno 1655 die 26 Martii, cum non satis instructus videretur literis et aetate ad audiendam Philosophiam, iterum ab avunculo domum vocatus est. 46; G, 205 . Born at Bristol, son of John Griffin. Recommended by uncle, Thomas Taylor; lived in Lisbon for 4 years; admitted as convictor Sept 8 1652, aged nearly 13. Not ready for Philosophy, so called back home by his uncle March 26 1655. GRIFFITH, James [ -1735] IACOBUS GRIFFITH, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] Accessit ad Collegium 27 Martii anno 1679. Literas humaniores, Philosophiam et Theologiam hic audivit sub D. Roberto Smitheo, semelque in publicis conclusionibus logicis apparuit. Ordines minores et sacros etiam [?] sacerdotium ab Ill. Protectore D. Verissimo de Lancastro sus cepit [in margin: subdiaconatum 9 Novembris, diaconatum 16 Novembris anno 1687]. Habitum Collegii et iuramentum illi annexum sumpsit 7 Septembris anno 1686, finitisque studiis facultatibusque missionarii receptis 23 Decembris anno 1689, navigavit in Galliam indeque in Angliam, ubi in animarum salute procurandam etiamnum laborat anno 1710. 110; A3, 86-7; G, 205. Came March 27 1679. Studied humanity, Philosophy and Theology under Robert Smith; defended Logic once. Subd. and diac. Nov 9 and 16 1687. Oath Sept 7 1686. Went missioner to England Dec 23 1689 [BA 215, 61], where he is still working 1710. Note: Died Feb 23 1734/5 (CRS 12, 4).


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GUILDERS or GUELDERS, Matthew [1701MATHEEUS GUILDERS, Londinensis, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] Filius fuit Thomae Guilders et Mariae Maughan Catholicorum. Post quatuor annos cum dimidio in Philosophiae et Theologiae studiis in Collegio Anglorum Urbis consumptos, idem Collegium sponte sua relinquens Ulissiponem petiit appulitque die 17 Maii A.D. 1726, dieque 18 Collegium ingress us est ad Theologiam, aetatis 25 quod 19 Iulii proximo adventantis adimplebit. Hic eisdem studiis incubuit usque ad 15 Februarii anna 1727. Sed inidonius ad finem Collegii repertus dimissus est et in patriam navigavit. 209; not in G. (London.) Born July 19 1701, son of Thomas Guilders and Mary Maughan, Catholics. After 4 and a half years of Philosophy and Theology in English College, Rome, left and was admitted here for Theology May 18 1726. Found unsuitable; dismissed, sailed home Feb 15th 1727. Note: Had been at St Omers. Entered English College, Rome June 27 1721; minors Sept 6 and 19 1722; left for England Jan 22 1726 (CRS 40, 166). Admitted on probation partly lest, if he sailed to England, he be taken by a press gang (BA 131, 16). GUISE, Clement Thomas [1687CLEMENS THOMAS GUISE, Bercheriensis, honesto loco natus, convictor [All in E. Jones's hand:] Filius fuit Thomae Guise et Sarach Chency Protestantium. A Patre Frate cognomento Parry, Ordinis Sancti Francisci, missionarii munus in Anglia peragentis, orthodoxis convictus argumentis, fidem Catholicam, relictis erroribus in quibus educatus est, amplecti proposuit. Quod cum parenti bus grave futurum perspexerit, ne molestam ibi vitam perduceret navem conscendens Ulissiponem versus navigavit, hucque appulit 27 Octobris A.D. 1708, aetatis 21. Richardi Guise fratris sui hic negotiantis domum petens fraterne ab eo receptus est, qui pluribus saecularis commodi promissis conatus est eum a concepto proposito dimovere. Quod cum efficere nequiverit domo expulit nec deinceps ut fratrem agnovit. Quare orbatus parentibus, sine domo, sine hospitio , aliquamdiu in civitate commoratus plurima incommoda passus est, donec trans Tagum navigans ad Caenobium Fratrum Capucinorum Arabida dictum pervenit. Fratres omnes, sed prae caeteris Frater Guilhelmus Harrise, alias Frater Guilhelmus a Conceptione, Anglus, comrniseratus laborum pro fide susceptorum sublevamen eius sociique cognomento Andreae Pugh quem secum adduxerat suscepit, Ulissiponemque petens a Ioanne V Serenissimo Portugalliae Rege obtinuit ut per speciale decretum D. Eduardo Iones Praesidi in mandatis daret ut praedictum Clementem convictorem in Collegium reciperet, quod et efficit 13 Maii A.D. 1709. A D. Matthia Watkinsono per ordinem Sanctae Inquisitionis, ubi haeresim abiuraverat, in Ecclesiam receptus est et sanctissimo Eucharistiae sacramento munitus 20 eiusdem mensis et anni. Pro eius victu et vestitu septuaginta millia realium huius monetae a Rege quotannis persolvuntur.


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MenseMaii anno 1710 fratrem invisens iterum in eius gratiam recipitur. Gramatices studiis pro modulo suo incubuit, primo sub D. Ioanne Loydaeo, deinde sub D. Ioanne Thorpe, usque dum in disobedientiam erga Magistrum incidens, cum variis argumentis flecti renituerit, Praesidem Superioresque semel atque iterum tumultuoso et rebellantis more petierit, minatus se vi et sine licentia exiturum, Collegio expulsus est 9 Augusti anno 1710 circa meridiem. Postea in caena causa expulsionis lecta est in refectorio sub hac forma: vide paginam 137. [po 137] Dicitur culpa Clementis Guise, qui condiscipulo suo immeritum a R. D. Praeside favorem deferenti gravem publicamque coram omnibus iniuriam inferre ausus est. Deinde praeceptori suo, primo per seipsum et privatim, mox per internuntium, ad scholam venire iubenti, debitam exhibere obedientiam pertinaciter recusavit. Demum Superioribus in faciem non semel obstinatum se praebuit, eo rum mandatis obedire renituit, autoritatem in dubium vocavit inque tumultuantis et rebellantis morem, audacia hactenus nec visa umquam nec audita, e Collegio se protinus discessurum, ipsis licet invitis, et paulisper expect are consulentibus, simul et iubentibus, asseverare praesumpsit. In paenitentiam e Collegio demissus, eiectus et expulsus est. Porro noverint omnes stricte a Superioribus prohiberi ne quis ullo praetextu praedictum Clementem Guise, sive intra sive extra Collegium, in societatem suam admittere aut invisere aut cum illo colloqui aut familiaritatem habere praesumat. Si quis hoc mandatum violaverit sciat se Superioribus graviter displiciturum et non exiguae culpae reum habendum. 94 & 137; not in G. (Berkshire.) Son of Thomas Guise and Sarah Chency, Protestants. Persuaded by Fr Parry, O.F.M., a missioner in England, to become a Catholic. Sailed here to avoid trouble with family; arrived Oct 27 1708, aged 21. Went to his brother, a businessman, who failed to dissuade him and cut him off. Left helpless until, with his companion, Andrew Pugh, was befriended by William Harris, a Capuchin at Arrabida. John V ordered Jones to accept him as a convictor: came May 13 1709. Watkinson received him into the Church May 20. The King pays 70 milres yearly for him. May 1710 reconciled with brother. Studied Grammar under Lloyd and Manley. Expelled for protracted disobedience Aug 9 1710. Note: Born at Wallingford, Berkshire, parish of St Mary the Virgin. 'For disobediantness & stubborness, with saucy carriage to ye President & superiors was turned out of ye Colledge by the Backe doore' (BA 13, 169). *Gwillims, John see WILLIAMS, John BABBERTON, Charles [ 1771 [Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born Abel's Court, London March 1 1771, son of Charles and Catherine; baptised March 10 by a Protestant; confirmed by Challoner; admitted Sept 18 1784; left. G, 205.


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Note: Left about Nov 21 1787 (BA 46, 65). HACKETT, James [1692-1718] IACOBUS HACKETTUS, Flintensis, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] Filius Theobaldi Hackette et Annae Heuse Catholicorum, accessit ad Collegium 14 Augusti anna 1710, cum 13 die mensis Aprilis proxime elapsi decimum octavum annum aetatis compleverit. Humaniorum litterarum studiis sub D. Christoph oro Ienkinsono incubuit, quibus faeliciter fmitis Philosophiam agressus est sub D. Guilhermo Maudsley et Petro Lostock; iuramentumque Collegii praestitit habitumque suscepit die 21 Decembris anna 1711. Die 19 Februarii anna 1712 quatuor minoribus ordinibus initiatus, die 22 Septembris anna 1714 ad subdiaconatus, 22 Decembris eodemque anna ad diaconatus, denique die primo Maii A.D. 1715 ad sacrum praesbiteratus ordinem promotus est. Die 26 mensis Martii anna 1716 conclusiones physico-Thomisticas sub moderamine Patris Petri Lostock cum laude propugnavit, Em. D. D. Nuno de Cunha, S. R. E. Cardinali, dicatas. Anno 1718 conclusiones theologicas de Verbo Dei Incarnato Divae Winifredae sacras defendendas praeparaverat praeloque dederat, sed febre malign a correptus adolescens bonae indolis vitaeque exemplaris praematura morte praeventus piisime obdormivit in Domino, post sacramenta Ecclesiae suscepta; sepultusque iacet ad pedes altaris Sancti Thomae Archiepiscopi Cantuariensis intra cancellos, die 22 mensis Octobris A.D. 1718. R.I.P. Amen. 138; A3, 88; G, 205. (Flintshire.) Born April 13 1692, son of Theobald Hackett and Anne Hughes, Catholics. Came Aug 14 1710. Studied humanity under Jenkinson and Philosophy under W. Mawdesley and Holford. Oath Dec 21 1711. Minors Feb 19 1712; subd. Sept 22 1714; diac. Dec 22; priesthood May 1 1715. March 1716 defended physico-Thomistic theses, dedicated to Protector, under Holford. Had printed theses, dedicated to St Winifred, on the Incarnation, but died of a fever Oct 22 1718; buried at altar of St Thomas. HALDANBY, Francis [1654FRANCISCUS HALDANBUS, nobilis, Eboracensis, convictor [Perrott's hand:] Hic fuit frater praedicti Roberti Haldanbii. Huc appulit 3 Ianuarii 1667, annos completurus 13 die 25 Ianuarii stylo Anglicano, litteris Latinis parum instructus. [E. Jones starts again on p. 99:] Ex Roberto Haldanby et Catherina Holdanby natus, ad Collegium accessit 3 Ianuarii 1667, aetatis suae, ut ex tempore ordinationis colligo, circa 13 [corrected from 14 aut 15]. Ab Ill. Protectore D. Verissimo de Lancastro Archiepiscopo Inquisitore Generali ad primam tonsuram 18 Septembris et quatuor minorum ordinum gradus, die 19 ad subdiaconatum, 21 ad diaconatum anna 1677, denique anna 1678 die 6 Februarii ad presbyteratum promotus. Finitis studiis anna 1680 30 Aprilis missionarii


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facultates accepit et in Angliam rediit, ubi etiamnum laborat anna 1710. 76 & 99; A3, 88; G, 205- 6. (Yorkshire.) Brother of Robert. Born Jan 25 1653/4 (O.S.) Arrived Jan 3 1667, with little Latin. Son of Robert and Catherine Haldanby . Sept 1667: tons. and minors 18; subd. 19; diac . 21 . Priesthood Feb 6 1678. Left for England with missionary faculties April 30 1680 [BA 215, 40]: still working there 1710. Note: Oath Sept 8 1677 (Oaths). Mother's name Katherine (OF April 27 1678).

HALDANBY, Robert [1651ROBERTUS HALDANBY, Eboracensis, nobilis, convictor [All in Tilden's hand:] Huius pater fuit itidem Robertus Haldanby armiger. Huc appulit 5 Februarii 1662, sextus ex quinta missione ad Latinitatem, annos natus undecim mense lulio praecedente. 75; G, 205- 6. (Yorkshire.) Son of Robert Haldanby . Arrived Feb 5 1662, 6th of 5th Latin mission, aged 11. Note: Brother of Francis. G is mistaken in saying they arrived together. Left Feb 10 1667 (BA 12, 175). *Hall, Jerome see PRYMME, Jerome

HALL, Thomas [1660- 1719] THOMAS HALL, Londinensis, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] Thomas Hall, frater Guilhermi Hall, filius item Thomae Hall et Elizabethae Haukins accessit ad Collegium anna 1674, aetatis 14. Discessit mense Septembris 1683 et nihil amplius inter scripta D. Matthiae Wattkinsoni tunc Praesidis inveni. Hic finitis in Collegio Philosophiae et Theologiae studiis pluribusque ex iis scientiis conclusionibus cum laude defensis, subdiaconatus et diaconatus ordinibus munitus, antequam aetatem ad praesbyteratum requisitam atigerit in Angliam missus est indeque in Galliam navigavit, cum literis testimonialibus a Clero datis ad D . Doctorem Thomam [sic] Betham, Praesidem Seminarii Anglicani tituli Divi Gregorii Parisiis, a quo humaniter receptus et in Collegio hospitatus est. Per decem circiter annos Philosophiae et Theologiae positivae studiis incumbens in Universitate Parisiensi, ob singularem doctrinam doctoratus insignibus decoratur. Durante vacantiarum spatio iis concesso qui ad assumendum doctoratus gradum se praeparant in Collegio Anglicano Duaceno Philosophiae cursum faeliciter edocuit. A D. Matthia Watkinsono Ulissiponem iterum accersitus huc appulit anna 1694. Anno 1695 2 Februarii Vice-Praeses Collegii declaratus est et 23 Aprilis eiusdem anni Lector Sacrae Theologiae. Officio vero VicePraesidis male functus, ab Ill. ac R. D. leanne Episcopo Adrumatensi,


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Vicario ApostoJico, anno 1696 in Angliam revocatus est, et ob parum exemplarem ibi vitam actam in Galliam remittitur, ibique etiamnum moratur anno 1710. Iuramentum Collegii praestitit habitumque sumpsit 15 Septembris anno 1680. Parisiis obiit anno 1719. R.I.P. 91; A3, 89-90; G,206. (London.) Brother of William, so son of Thomas Hall and Elizabeth Hawkins. Came 1674, aged 14. Left Sept 1683. Watkinson records nothing else. After Philosophy and Theology (with several defences) ordained deacon. Sent to England before old enough for priesthood. Went to France with testimonial letter from Clergy to [John] Betham, President of St Gregory's, Paris, who received him well. Studied Philosophy and Theology for about 10 years in the University; D.D. Taught a Philosophy course at Douai College. Summoned by Watkinson, arrived 1694. VicePresident Feb 2 1695 and Theology Lecturer April 23. Not a good VicePresident, so recalled by Bishop Leyburn 1696. Sent back to France because of unsatisfactory conduct and is still there 1710. Oath Sept 15 1680. Died in Paris 1719. Note: Arrived with William March 10 1674 (BA 13, 39). Sept: 5 and 8 1683 subd. and diac. (OF). His letter of Sept 25 1684 (Corr) gives a detailed description of life at St Gregory's, where he arrived Nov 4 1683; March 10 1688 in trouble for drinking; Dec 25 1688 sent to Douai to teach Philosophy (CRS 19: 107-8; 110). Profession of faith at Douai and alumni oath Aug 14-15 1689 (lDD: 83; 51). August 25 1690 returned to Paris from Douai; D.D. April 27 1694 (CRS 19: 111-12). To judge from his time at St Gregory's his unsatisfactoriness lay in excessive drinking. HALL, William [1658-1719] GUILHELMUS HALL, Londinensis, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] Hic fuit filius Thomae Hall et Elizabethae Haukins Catholicorum. Accessit ad Collegium A.D. 1674, aetatis suae 16. Decessit e Collegio die 2 Aprilis anno 1684. Haec de illo inter D. Matthiae Watkinsoni scripta inveni. Hic sacris ordinibus etiam sacerdotio insignitus ad lucrandas Christo animas in Angliam secessit missus cum facultatibus 2 Aprilis 1684. Sed iuvenis inventus et in practico pastoris munere parum versatus, Parisios missus est. Iacobo Secundo regni solium ascendente, et libera Catholicae fidei professione in Anglia concessa, in patriam rediit ubi in regii sacelli capellanum assumptus, regius item Concionator designatus est. Quo in munere qua sonora vocis dulcedine, qua gratis corporis gestibus caeteris quibusque excelluit. Guilhelmo de Nassau, Principe Orangii, hoc regnum invadente, deficientibus subditis, Regem fugientem in Gallias sequutus est, indeque in Hiberniam, quo rebellantium insidiis armisque iterum expulso Rege, in Gallias rediit. Ubi post aliquot annos in Concionatoris munere magna cum laude et admiratione consumptos, tandem saeculo nuncium dedit reJigiosoque Carthusianorum habitu Neuportiae in Flandria assumpto monasticam vitam amplexus est, ibique modo moratur anno 1710. Iuramentum Collegii


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praestitit habitumque sumpsit 15 Septembris anni 1680. In eodem monasterio Neuportiae obiit 6 mens is Novembris A.D. 1719. R.I.P. Amen. 90; A3, 90; G, 206-7. (London.) Son of Thomas Hall and Elizabeth Hawkins, Catholics. Came 1674, aged 16. After ordination went missioner to England April 2 1684 [BA 215, 51]; because of pastoral inexperience, sent to Paris. On accession of James II, with Catholicism tolerated, returned to England; became royal chaplain and preacher. When William of Orange invaded, followed King to France and Ireland; returned to France when King was driven out of Ireland. After some years as a successful royal preacher, joined Carthusians at Nieuport and is still there 1710. Oath Sept 15 1680. Died at Nieuport Nov 6 1719. Note: Brother of Thomas. Arrived with him March 10 1674 (BA 13, 39). *Halliwell, Richard see BIRTWISLE, Richard HAMERTON, Edward, al. SHILLETT [c.1617EDUARDUS HAMMERTONUS, alias SHILLETTUS, Eboracensis, honesto loco natus [Pickford's hand:] Hic patre Samuele Shilletto natus, in studiis educatus est, imprimis quoad literas humaniores in schola Nackfeldana prope Eboracum, deinde Cantabrigiae in Collegio Sanctissimae Trinitatis per quatuor annos. Post quod ad fidem Catholicam conversus huc a Clero missus est unus ex quarta missione. Roma huc adveniens admissus est 18 Iunii anno 1640, cum esset annorum circiter 23. Cuius adhuc litterae testimoniales expectantuf. [Clarence's hand:] Habitum cum iuramento Collegii accepit ultimo Martii 1641. Eius litteras testimoniales accepimus a R. Decano Capituli CIeri Anglicani ultimo die Iunii 1641. Sed propositum mutans habita facultate Superiorum et Ill. Protectoris discessit e Collegio 16 Iulii 1641 Romam iter pedestre suscepturus. 20; G, 207. (Yorkshire.) Son of Samuel Shillett; after school near York and 4 years at Trinity College, Cambridge, converted; sent here by Clergy in 4th mission. Came from Rome; admitted June 18 1640, aged about 23; testimonial letters awaited. Oath March 31 1641. Testimonial letters from Dean of Chapter June 30 1641. Changed his mind; with Superiors' and Protector's permission, left July 16 1641 to go to Rome on foot. HAND, Charles [1690s] CAROLUS HAND [All in E. Jones's hand:] Ad Collegium accessit ad Latinitatem sed ob aegritudinem qua continuo laborabat medicorum consilio in patriam remissus est. 179; not in G (unless the puzzling entry for a 'Charles Hanne' is meant for him) Came for Latin but sent home because of chronic illness.


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Note: In College June 1691 (AA). HANMER, John, al. BENNET [c.l635-1701] IOANNES BENNET, alias HANMER ,. Flintensis, nobilis et convictor [H. Waring's hand:] Huius pater fuit Thomas Hanmer eques auratus. Literas humaniores incepit in Gallia. Unde huc appulit sub tutela D. Thomae Penant 10 Aprilis 1649, cum esset annorum circiter 14, unus ex secunda missione ad Latinitatem. [Whitaker's hand:] A.D. 1651 circa tempus paschale demortuus D. Pennant sine ulla peculiari tutela reliquit ipsum in Collegio. Die 29 Octobris eiusdem anni conclusiones logicas cum laude publice defendit sub D. Godeno; sub eodem A.D. 1653 Februarii 3 universam similiter Philosophiam praeclare defendit. Tandem mense Martio sequenti, primo in Urbem, [Tilden's hand:] postea in Angliam discessit. 42; G, 207. . (Flintshire.) Son of Sir Thomas Hanmer. Began humanity in France. Came here under care of Thomas Pennant April 10 1649, aged about 14, in 2nd Latin mission; Pennant died about Easter 1651 [April 21 (BA 12, 83)]. Under Tilden defended Logic Oct 1651 and Philosophy Feb 1653. Left March 1653 for Rome, on way to England. Note: Pennant was ordained Feb 24 1625 (CRS 10, 234; see A2, 240); he lived as a paying guest in College for 2 years (BA 12, 83). G gives Hanmer's later career. HARGRAVE, William, al. DANBY, HART and HOLDCRAFT [1597- 1661] GUILIELMUS HARTIUS, alias HOLDCRAFT, Lancastrensis [All in Pickford's hand:] Hic postquam Duaci Philosophiam per octo annos docuisset et simul Praefecturam Studiorum gessisset, in Angliam transiens cum Ill. D. D. Morlaeo per annum commoratus est. Unde a Clero saeculari huc Praeses destinatus, appulit 21 Septembris anna 1634. Huius tempore et industria Collegii Constitutiones a priore Praeside D. Blackloo compositae, iam transcriptae, ab Ill. Protectore confirmatae et postea praelo mandatae sunt. Mox habitus cum iuramento Collegii primo caepit alumnis conferri 29 Iunii 1635 in festo Sanctorum Apostolorum Petri et Pauli. Nova item missio ex Anglia evocata est ad cursum philosophicum inchoandum, ad cuius complendam sustentationem Ill. D. Fundator centum milres per annum contribuit. Lite cum Gualtero Yates procurrente causam perdidit; sententiae tam en exequutionem modo soli sibi cognito ultra duos annos distulit. Anno 1636 2 Aprilis donatio secunda ab Ill. Fundatori facta est Collegio, cum conditionibus et obligationibus in ea contentis, et ut tres Missae quotidianae pro ipso in perpetuum dicantur. Mox 17 Septembris sequentis in cepit Primariam Lectionem Theologicam docere; verum integro anna ne tertiam quidem partem tractatus de Fide absolvit. Columnas in horto extruxit expensis Collegii, ut postea eventus


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probavit, oratorium quoque domesticum. Deinceps adeo male gubernavit et vitae exemplo et disciplinae neglectu, ut iunctim ab universo Collegio querelae ad Clerum in Angliam de eo missae sint. Quo ipse cognito, Protectorem ad visitationem Collegii extra tempus subito advocavit, cui omnia a scholaribus late patefacta sunt. Hinc Praeses in peius ruere et omnia perturbare conatus; ipsum Protectorem, dum per septem plus menses rationes accepti et expensi reddere detrectat, adeo graviter offendit, ut vir ille omnium mitissimus excommunicationem eidem saepe minitatus sit, ac tandem ad Fundatorem pertinacem eius inobedientiam detulerit; qui statim Ill. Protectori rescripsit ut secundum suam prudentiam contra illum procederet Collegium que tutaretur. Interim ad Protector em literae CIeri ex Anglia veniunt ut Praeses dimittatur, subrogetur vero vel D. Numanus vel D. Daniel. Hinc statim coactus est rationes reddere et discedere ultimo Novem bris 1637, pessima sui relicta memoria et ingenti aere alieno, scilicet 670 milres ad minus. 11; A2, 146; G, 208- 9. (Lancashire.) Taught Philosophy at Douai for 8 years and was also Prefect of Studies. Then spent a year in England with Lord Morley. Appointed President by Clergy, arrived Sept 21 1634. During his Presidency the College's Constitutions, composed by White, were confirmed by Protector and printed. The giving of the habit and administering of the oath to alumni began June 29 1635. A further mission was called from England to begin Philosophy, the Founder giving 100 mil res yearly towards their support. Hargrave lost our case against Walter Yates, but somehow delayed execution of verdict for more than 2 years. In April 1636 Founder made a 2nd endowment, with perpetual obligation of 3 daily Masses for him. Sept 17 1636 became Theology Lecturer, but in a whole year did not even get through a third of treatise on Faith. Set up pillars in the garden (at College's expense) and made a domestic oratory. He ruled badly, was a poor example and neglected discipline , so that the whole College complained about him to Clergy in England. When he learned this, he immediately called Protector to an unscheduled visitation. The students told Protector everything, so Hargrave became more disruptive; for over 7 months refused to give a financial account to Protector, who often had to threaten excommunication and finally informed Founder about this contumacy. Founder told Protector to proceed against him and safeguard College. Meanwhile Protector received a letter from Clergy, dismissing Hargrave and replacing him with Newman or Pickford. So Hargrave had to give in his account immediately and leave on Nov 1 1637, with a very bad reputation and leaving behind a great debt of at least 670 milres. Note: Son of William and Louisa of Burnley. At St Omers 1611-16 (CRS 69, 126); entered Valladolid Nov 1616; was troublesome; left for Rome (CRS 30, 126). Admitted at Rome Oct 8 1617 (CRS 37,185); more details in CRS 54, 309-10; ordained. June 19 1623 arrived at Douai; retained to teach (CRS 10, 210); Prefect of Studies (lb. 217); still at Douai Oct 1632 (lb. 307). Sailed with Shirley for Lisbon Aug 7 1634 (CRS 1, 108). Wrote


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to John Hammon Nov 11 1634 to say College's rules had just been finished and the habit agreed on (OBA III, 2, 133; see under T. White). Walter Yates was acting as Founder's agent as early as July 1623 (CL); when Haynes died Coutinho expected Yates to help Newman and Mayler take charge (CL March 1629); already Yates was worried about money borrowed by Haynes against money expected from England. Yates could apply Coutinho's money only for College's living expenses (CL March 26 1629). The quarrel with Yates was settled only in Oct 1641, when he was paid 'for charges and expenses layd upon buildings in this house', legal expenses and 'for diet of schollers at theire first comming in ye first mission', i.e. 1628 (BA 12, 2). HARNAGE, Henry [1650-1737] HENRICUS HARNAGE, nobilis [Perrott's hand:] Huius pater fuit Eduardus Harnage armiger, mater vero Maria Min, ambo Catholici . Latinis et Graecis literis mediocriter imbutus e patria missus a Clero huc appulit 3 Ianuarii 1667, annum complens inceptante mense Martii praesentis anni decimum septimum. [E. Jones's hand:] Finitis studiis in patriam rediit missionarius 12 Maii anno 1678. Ibique laboravit usque ad septimum Ianuarii 1736/7 stylo veteri quando plenus dierum et in senectute bona obdormivit in Domino. 83; A3 , 92; G,21O. Son of Edward Harnage, and Mary Min [Mynne], Catholics. Sent by Clergy, with some Latin and Greek; arrived Jan 3 1667, aged almost 17. Went missioner to England May 12 1678 [BA 215, 38]. Worked there till his death Jan 7 1736/7 (O.S.). Note: Oath Jan 9 1672 (Oaths). Presented to orders early 1675, under the name of Vincent Harnage (OF). Procurator April 10 1677 (BA 122). HARRINGTON, Henry [ -1635] HENRICUS HARRINGTONUS, Eboracensis, nobilis [All in Pickford's hand:] Hic patre Thoma Harrington natus, literas humaniores in Anglia accepit. Mox huc ad secundam missionem missus appulit mense Ianuario 1634, Logica iam media peracta. Ubi mala valetudine molestatus ac tandem in febrim hecticam incidens, quotidie tabescens, ex consilio medicorum in patriam revertitur navi 8 Iulii 1635 et Novembri sequenti in patria moritur. 10; G, 210. (Yorkshire.) Son of Thomas Harrington; studied humanity in England. Chosen for 2nd mission, arrived Jan 1634, half-way through Logic. Returned to England because of hectic fever July 8th 1635 and died there in Nov. HARRINGTON, Mark, al. DRURY and METHAM [1592- 1657] MARCUS HARRINGTONUS Eboracensis, nobilis, Bacalaureus Sorbonicus Sacrae Theologiae [All in Pickford's hand:] Hic cum Philosophiam magno applausu in Collegio Duaceno docuisset, in Angliam ivit; atque inde mandato R.


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Richardi Calcedonensis Duacum est reversus, missionem huc primam expectaturus. Ubi paene biennium moratus in officio Confessarii secundarii, tandem cum eadem Ulyssiponem venit 14 Novembris 1628, ubi post mortem Praesidis legere incepit Sacram Theologiam Lector Vespertinus 25 Aprilis 1629; incipiens autem primam partem Summae Divi Thomae progressus est usque ad mysterium sanctissimae Trinitatis exclusive; obiitque simul munus Confessarii. Tandem in Angliam navigio rediit Kalendis Novembris 1633, ubi propter insignem ad Clerum commendationem quam ab Ill. Protectore secum abstulit, ab eodem Clero iterum electus est ut rediret Praeses. Verum cum certior hinc factus esset Ill. Fundatori adventum suum non fore gratum, quippe qui novos semper et ignotos cuperet, venire supers edit. 2*; A2, 147; G, 210. (Yorkshire.) Taught Philosophy at Douai with great applause [1622-24]; went to England [Sept 10 1624]. Sent back [July 19 1626] by Bishop Smith to await 1st mission to Lisbon; spent nearly 2 years as 2nd Confessor. Arrived here with 1st mission Nov 14 1628. Lecturer in Theology from April 25 1629 and also Confessor. Returned to England Nov 1 1633. Chosen by Clergy as President, but declined when informed from College that Founder wanted someone new. Note: Studied at Seville, Louvain and Douai; ordained Arras Dec 17 1616; studied at Paris (CRS 10: 131, 133, 190, 194,231). DL III frequently mentions his role in bringing first students from Douai to Lisbon; pp. 27-28 recount loss at sea of their books and notebooks, including notes on Aquinas's Prima Pars which Harrington had prepared during preceding years at Douai. BC gives details of his dealings with Founder in 1633. John Colleton wrote to W. Newman Dec 15 1633 (Corr) acknowledging Newman's refusal of Presidency and announcing that Chapter had nominated Harrington and was awaiting confirmation from Bishop Smith. HARRINGTON, Thomas, al. JOHNSON [c.1627THOMAS IONSONUS, alias HARRINGTONUS, Salopiensis, nobilis et convictor [All in Pickford's hand:] Huius pater fuit Ioannes Harringtonus, armiger, Catholicus. Litteras humaniores in Anglia incepit tantum. Unde missus est a Clero cum esset circiter 15, unus ex prima missione ad Latinitatem perficiendam. Appulit autem cum Legato Lusitanico 16 Augusti 1642. Sed cum ineptissimus erat ad studia, et paene lunaticus pacem Collegii turbaret, remissus est in patriam navigio Barnestablum petente 4 Maii 1644. 29; G, 211. (Shropshire.) Son of John Harrington, a Catholic. In England he only began humanity. Sent by Clergy when about 15 in 1st mission to perfect Latin. Arrived with Portuguese Ambassador Aug 16 1642. Most unfit for studies and almost mad, disturbing College's peace: sent home on a ship bound for Barnestable May 4 1644.


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HARRIS, Joseph [arrived 1679] IOSEPHUS HARRIS, convictor [All in E. Jones's hand:] Accessit ad Collegium 27 Martii 1679 ad Latinitatem. Pertaesus studiorum discedit mense Martii 1682. 175; not in G. Came March 27 1679 for Latin. Tired of studies; left March 1682. HARRISON, Edmund [ -1678] EDMUNDUS HARRISON [All in E. Jones's hand:] Missus est ad Collegium ab eodem Ill. Episcopo 10 die Septembris 1677. Obiit 21 Novembris 1678. 174; not in G. Sent by Bishop Russell 'Sept 10 1677. Died Nov 21 1678. Note: Russell gave him minors while preparing him for entry into College (RRL Sept 23 1676). *Harrison, Francis see HILLIARD, Francis; Harrison, William see BREERS, William; Hart, William see HARGRAVE, William

HARTLEY, George [1769-1806] [Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire Nov 9 1769, son of Richard Hartley and Anne Ashness; baptised by Thomas Whittingham; admitted Feb 7 1787; ordained Christmas 1794; went missioner 1795. A4, 129; G, 211. Note: At Douai College Nov 3 1783 to July 1 1785 (CRS 63: 299, 303). Missionary oath April 14 1795 (BA 215, 131). Died June 28 1806 (CRS 12, 96). *Harvey, Joseph see HAYNES, Joseph

HARVEY, Monox, al. John HARVEY and John RIVETT [1699-1756] IOANNES HARVAEUS, alias MANNOX HARVAEUS, Norfolciensis, honesto loco natus, convictor [All in E. Jones's hand:] Filius fuit Henrici Harvey et Margaritae Cooper Protestantium. Huc appulit missus a Clero Anglicano die 2 Decembris A.D. 1715, Collegiumque ingressus est ad Latinitatis rudimenta inchoanda, aetatis 16 annorum, quam adimpleverat die ultimo Septembris proximo elapsi. Hic literarum humaniorum et Poesis studiis finitis per sex circiter menses Rhetoricae incubuit usque dum studiorum pertaesus in saeculum redire decrevit, quod et effecit die 27 Octobris A.D . 1722. Illinc amicorum ope Romam petiit et in Collegium Anglorum Divi Thomae consecratum receptus est, ubi Theologiae studiis incubuit. 158; A4, 130-1; G, 211-2. (Norfolk.) Born Sept 30 1699, son of Henry Harvey and Margaret Cooper, Protestants. Came, sent by Clergy, Dec 2 1715, to begin Latin: 6 months


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into Rhetoric tired of studies and returned to the world Oct 27 1722. Admitted to English College, Rome, where he studied Theology. Note: 'Went away 8ber the 27th 1722, in the midle of his Rhetoric, for England. from thence to Flanders, and lastly to Room, where he studdy'd; took Orders, and is now a missloner in England. an. D.ni 1732' (BA 13, 198). He was expelled. In March 1723 the Superiors considered a letter he had written to Gerald Saltmarsh Oct 27 1722 bringing complaints against them. They judged it to be 'full of seditious falshoods, diffamation, Calumny, & Slaunder proceeding from implacable Ranker & Malice, and a Spirit Cankerd & Disaffected to ye Famely' (BA 131, 12). Arrived at English College, Rome March 3 1724; ordained Sept 18 1728; went to England April 6 1729 (CRS 40, 172). Further information in J. S. Hansom's 'The Catholic Register of the Rev . Monox Hervey', CRS 14, 313- 16. Died Dec 22 1756 (CRS 12, 9). HASSALL, William [1706-1741] Dominus GULIELMUS HASSALL, Salopiensis, armiger [E. Jones's hand:] Filius Guilielmi Hassall et Mariae Wood Catholicorum, cum omnia studia humaniorum literarum, Philosophiae et Theologiae in Collegio Anglorum Duaceno feliciter consummaverat, et per duas vices theses philosophicas quatuorque in Sacra Theologia pub lice cum magna laude defenderat, Praefectusque Generalis munus obierat, quo officio vigilanter peracto, in Philosophiae Lectorem fuerat electus, quam per quinque circiter menses edocuerat, tandem Collegio hoc Ulissiponensi laborante inopia magistrorum, supplicibusque literis Ill. et R. Bonaventurae Episcopo Madaurensi in Anglia Vicario Apostolico missis ut huic succurreretur defectui, a Prezide Duaceno electus est in nostri Collegii adiuvamen, relictoque proprio muneribusque suis magno cum zelo Ulissiponem versus navigavit hucque appulit Collegiumque ingressus est 23 lunii A.D. 1732, sacerdos iam factus et 27 annorum aetatis. Die 4 Novembris dicti anni per patentes literas ab Ill. et R. Bonaventura Episcopo Madaurensi, Vicario Apostolico in Anglia praesidente, Collegii Vice-Praeses factus, a D. Eduardo lones declaratus est. Hoc munere laudabiliter perfunctus usque ad desimum quintum, dico vigessimum quintum, Maii A.D. 1737 quando, animarum lucrandarum zelo percitus navem ascendit in patriam navigaturus. [Manley's hand:] Anno 1741 variolarum morbo (Anglice small Pox) correptus, mortuus est, die 3 Maii. R.I.P. 220; A4, 132; G, 213. (Shropshire.) Son of William Hassall and Mary Wood. Did all his studies at Douai College, with 2 defences in Philosophy and 4 in Theology. Had been Prefect General and then, for 5 months, Philosophy Lecturer. Sent here by President of Douai to help in our shortage of teachers. Came June 23 1732, already a priest, aged 27. Made Vice- President by Bishop Giffard; oath Nov 4 1732 and did task well. Left for mission May 25 1737. Died of small pox May 3 1741.


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Note: Born March 22 1705/6 (O.S.) (lDD, 58). Arrived at Douai College Aug 17 1719; ordained June 11 1730; left for Lisbon via England Jan 21 1732 (CRS 28: 60, 153, 162). Oath as Philosophy Lecturer Sept 15 1732 (BA 122). Would have been recalled as President to succeed Jones in 1738-39 but Bishop Stonor refused to part with him (BA 217, May 17 1740). See also UMDec 1973, pp. 12-17. -1684] HATHORNTHWAITE, Robert [ ROBERTUS HATHORNTHWARTUS, convictor [All in E. Jones's hand:] Huc appulit 5 Iulii 1674. Quomodo aut quando discessit sicut et parentes et patriam etc. ignoramus. 178; A3, 93-4 (gives evidence that he was ordained); G, 213. Came July 5 1674. *Hawkins, James see STICK, James HAWKINS, John, al. GOWER [1615IOANNES GOWERUS, alias HAUKINGS, Essexensis, nobilis [All in Pickford's hand:] Hie patre Ioanne Haukings natus, Duacum transmissus literas illic humaniores usque ad finem Rhetorices accepit. Mox huc destinatus unus ex secunda missione, advenit pedestri itinere 4 Iulii 1633, hicque Logicam solum sub D. Daniele audivit, cum ecce majore natu fratre e vivis sublato, ipse 8,000 aureorum annuorum partim a patre, partim a patruo, D. Thoma Haukings equite aurato, haeres destinatus, a patre literis revocatur in Angliam atque hinc navim conscendit 10 Maii 1634, ubi magna cum laude se gerit Clerique studiosissimum. 10; G, 213. (Essex.) Son of John [see note] Hawkins; studied humanity at Douai to end of Rhetoric. Chosen for 2nd mission, arrived on foot July 4 1633 and here studied only Logic under Pickford, because on the death of his elder brother he was summoned home by his father, as heir to 8,000 crowns a year from father and uncle, Thomas Hawkins. May 10 1634 left by ship for England, where he is very attentive to Clergy'S welfare. Note: Entered Douai June 221631; father's name Richard, mother's Mary Langworth; born Turneball Street, London. Left for Lisbon May 9 1633 (CRS 10: 295, 313). HAWKINS, Robert [c.l628-1660] ROBERTUS HAWKINS, Salopiensis, nobilis [All in Tilden's hand:] Hic ex duce peditum pio [?] eoque [?] erga vitam piam desiderio aestuabat. In Collegium admissus est ut convictor 13 Ianuarii 1658, quo literas humaniores recoleret excoleretque, cum esset annorum plus minus triginta. 5 Iunii eiusdem anni 1658 custodiam portae in se suscepit, ea conditione ut habitum quidem Collegii gestaret, ad ordines vero suscipiendos vel petendos ius nullum acquireret. Officio ianitoris functus est per duos et amplius annos magna cum diligentia et


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fidelitate, videlicet usque ad 19 Iulii 1660, quando ad quaedam negotia e re sua in Anglia expedienda navim conscendens, ortaque pugna navali fortissime dimicans lethali vulnere in femore ex glande accepto, multis veri piique Catholici hominis actibus et signis per 40 horas quibus supervixit editis, vita functus est. 57; not in G. (Shropshire.) An infantry officer, who longed for a pious life. Admitted for humanity as a convictor, aged about 30, Jan 13 1658. June 5 made Porter; allowed to wear habit, without right to orders; faithful in his duty. Left for England by ship on personal business July 19 1660; died piously from wounds received in a fight at sea. HAYDOCK, Thomas [1772-1859] [Columnar entry, BA 4:] Admitted Sept 1794. 'This young Man's conduct being disapproved of here, and at Douay by Mr. Daniel where he was first educated, was sent away'. G, 213-4. Note: At Douai Sept 29 1785 to Aug 5 1793 (CRS 63: 304, 333). Dismissed from Lisbon Aug 1795 (Corr early 1796). Arrived at Crook Hall Jan 17 1796; age given as 24; left Nov 5 1796 (Ushaw: Diary). *Hayes, Thomas see BYROM, Thomas HAYNES, Joseph, al. HARVEY and PARRY [1581-1629] IOSEPHUS HARVAEUS, alias HAYNES, Essexensis nobilis [All in Pickford's hand:] Hic cum esset in Anglia Archidiaconus, multo in honore habitus , plurimaque pro fide Catholica strenue perpessus, R. D. Richardi Calcedonensis mandato venit in Lusitaniam A.D. 1626 ut negotia Collegii inchoandi cum Perillustri Fundatore Petro Coutinho perageret. Mox rediens in Angliam, ibique accepta Praesidis potestate, Duacum transfretavit; indeque obtenta prima missione decem Theologorum, cum illis secundo appulit Ulyssiponem 14 Novembris anno 1628. Verum longis itineribus laboribusque confectus, mox incidit in febrim , ex qua post duas circiter hebdomadas mortuus est 22 Februarii anno 1629 in festo Cathedrae Sancti Petri Antiochiae, qui dies destinatus erat in quo scholae publicae in Collegio primo aperirentur, aetatis vero suae 50. Octingentos aureos, quos proprios habuit, et paene tunc in Collegii sustentatione consumpserat, divisit ipse inter Collegium et R. D. Doctorem Maylerum, cui tamen nihil prorsus solutum est, ea tunc erat paupertas Collegii. 1*; A2, 153; G, 212. (Essex.) A much respected archdeacon in England, who had suffered valiantly for the faith. Sent to Portugal in 1626 by Bishop Smith to negotiate with Pedro Coutinho about founding a college. Returned to England, received powers of President and crossed to Douai: there obtained first 10 students for Theology and reached Lisbon with them Nov 14 1628. Worn out, died after a fever of about 2 weeks on Feb 22


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1629, aged 50. Left 800 crowns to College and Dr Mayler, but nearly all had been spent on supporting College, so Mayler received nothing. Note: Bishop Smith wrote Aug 26 1626 to tell Coutinho that Haynes was to be President (Corr); some details of Haynes's negotiations with Coutinho in F March 3 1627. In 1627 Haynes went from Lisbon, via Valladolid (where he had studied and been ordained [CRS 30, 81-2 & 10, 96]) and Paris, to Douai, which he reached on June 12. He left for England on June 29, was arrested at Dover and imprisoned, but escaped. He was back at Douai on June 8 1628 (CRS 10, 269). In DL there is a very full account of his escape, his subsequent visit to Douai, the journey to Lisbon with founder-members (see CRS 10, 270) and his death; it uses his 4 extant letters in Corr and also gives further references. Portrait in LC (reproduced by Cpoft). *Headlam, John see WILLIAMS, John (1); Herbert, John see VANE, John HESKETH, George [1641-1666] GEORGIUS HESKETH, Lancestrensis, honesto loco natus [Tilden's hand:] Huius pater fuit Gabriel Hesketh, mater Anna Simpson, ambo Catholici. Hic uti prior [i.e. Edward Chal!oner:] literis humanioribus bene imbutus, huc appulit 9 Novembris 1660, sextus ex quarta missione ad Latinitatem, alumnus designatus, cum natus esset annos 19 quos complevit 11 Iunii eiusdem anni. [Perrott's hand:] Sub D. Georgio Martino trimestrem, sub D. Guilielmo Gascoigne annualem operam litteris politioribus navavit. Cursum philosophicum Lectore D. Ioanne Guilielmo peregit et theses physicas sub eodem cum laude defendit. Praelectoribus D. Ioanne Barnesleio Praeside et D. Ioanne Guilielmo Vice-Praeside theologicis strenue incubuit. Ad primam tonsuram et quatuor ordines minores decimo quinto Decembris 1663 promotus, 9 Augusti 1665 subdiaconatu, 10 eiusdem diaconatu, 12 tandem mensis praefati die sacro praesbiteratu insignitus est. Diuturna conflictans paralysi tandem vigilia Omnium Sanctorum 30 Octobris [sic] 1666 pie obiit in Domino [in margin: omnibus sacramentis munitus], cum iam binos annos et dimidium in studiis theologicis insumpserat. Acris ingenii vir et vere zelans salutem proximorum. Iacet sepultus inter Altare Beatae Virginis a Pace et Divi Thomae Cantuariensis Episcopi extra cancellos. R.I.P. 67; A3, 97; G, 214. (Lancashire.) Born June 11 1641. Son of Gabriel Hesketh and Anne Simpson. Arrived, well-educated in humanity, Nov 9 1660, 6th of 4th Latin mission, to be an alumnus. Studied humanity for 3 months under Barrett and a year under Gascoigne. Studied Philosophy and defended Physics under J. Williams (1). Studied hard at Theology under Perrott and Williams. Tons. and minors Dec 15 1663. Aug 1665: 9 subd.; 10 diac.; 12 priesthood. Died Oct 30 1666. Buried between altars of Our Lady of Peace and St Thomas of Canterbury.


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Note: Brother of Roger. Oath Sept 5 1663 (Oaths). Was ill from June 18 1666 (BA 171, 2). HESKETH, Roger [1643-1715] ROGERIUS HESKETH, Lancastrensis, frater praecedentis [Tilden's hand:] Hic natus annos 17 quos compleverat 11 Iunii 1660, Latinitatis non ignarus huc appulit cum fratre 9 die Novembris 1660, septimus ex quarta missione ad Latinitatem, alumnus designatus. [E. Jones's hand:] Omnibus studiis fmitis ordinibusque susceptis, die 18 Iulii anni 1667 Procuratoris officium ingressus est. Die 7 Martii anni 1672 Confessarius designatus est et 12 Ianuarii anni 1676 Philosophiam docere incepit et 14 Septembris 1677 Sacram Theologiam. Et denique 6 Decembris anni 1678 in Vice-Praesidem promotus, illo fungebatur officio simul cum munere Lectoris Sacrae Theologiae usque dum ab Ill. Ioanne Episcopo Adrumatensi in Angliam revocatur, unde doctoratus laurea redimitus missionarii facultatibus receptis 29 Aprilis 1686 in patriam rediit, ubi etiamnum laborat anna 1714. A.D. 1715 die quarto Martii plenus dierum et in senectute bona obdormivit in Domino. R.I.P. 68; A3, 97; G, 214-5. (Lancashire.) Born June 11 1643. Arrived, knowing some Latin, with his brother George, Nov 9 1660, for 4th Latin mission, to be an alumnus. After studies and ordination made Procurator July 18 1667; Confessor March 7 1672; Philosophy Lecturer Jan 12 1676; Theology Lecturer Sept 14 1677; Vice-President Dec 6 1678; made D.D. Left with missionary faculties April 29 1686 [BA 215, 56]; still working 1714. March 4 1715 died. Note: Oath Sept 5 1663 (Oaths). Papal dispensation from canonical age for priesthood Oct 13 1665 (OF). From Jan 7 1667 began to say Masses for the Founder (BA 171, 2) HESKETH, Thomas [1696-1730] THOMAS HESKETHUS, Lancastriensis [All in E. Jones's hand:] Thomas Hesketh filius Gabrielis Hesketh de Whitehill iuxta Preston in comitatu Lancastriae, et Elizabethae Westby, annos quindecim natus, Catholicus educatus, Latinitate mediocriter instructus, huc appulit 9 Augusti anna 1711. Completis humaniorum literarum studiis, Logicam agressus est die 29 Octobris anno 1714. Habitum Collegii assumpsit iuramentumque praestitit die 23 Maii A.D. 1715. Die 5 Iunii an no 1716 ab Ill. D. Emanoele Episcopo Tagastensi, sede vacante, in oratorio suo prima tonsura minoribusque ordinibus initiatus est. Hic cum in Poesis studiis feliciter enituerit, plurima ingenii bonaeque indo lis argumenta edidit, inter quae enumerantur sequentia exemplaria in D. Emanuelem Serenissimum Lusitaniae Principem exarata et Ex. D. Emanueli Tellesio Sylvio dicata. [The specimens of his verses are omitted here.] [po 164] Conclusiones, titulo Summulas Reformatas Divo Thomae Aquinati Sacras, 24 Maii an no 1717 faeliciter propugnavit sub moderamine


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D. Petri Lostock. Sub eodem et D. Guilhermo Mosly Sacrae Theologiae studium aggressus est die decimo Ianuarii anno 1718. Die 17 Decembris eiusdem anni ab Ill. et R. D. D. Thoma de Almeida, Patriarcha Ulissipponensi, in ecclesia sua patriarchali ad subdiaconatus, die 8 Ianuarii anno 1719 ad diaconatus ordinem promotus est, et denique die septimo Aprilis anno 1720 ad sacrum praesbyteratum ab Ill. D. D. Ioanne Archiepiscopo Lacidemoniae in privato suo sacello ordines conferente. Die septimo Aprilis anno 1723 in Humanarum Literarum Magistrum electus est. Quod munus laudabiliter obivit usque ad 23 Aprilis A.D. 1727, quando in Praefectum Studiorum eligitur. [Manley's hand:] Quod munus simul cum humanarum literarum professione continuavit ad diem obitus sui, qui incidit in 3 Augusti anno 1730: post octo circiter morbi pleuritici dies. Omnibus Ecclesiae sacramentis munitus sepultus est ad pedes altar is Sancti Thomae Cantuariensis. R.I.P. 139 & 163-4; A4, 136; G, 215. (Lancashire.) Son of Gabriel Hesketh of Whitehill near Preston and Elizabeth Westby; brought up a Catholic. Came, aged 15, with some Latin, Aug 9 1711. Finished humanity; began Logic Oct 29 1714. Oath May 23 1715. Tons. and minors June 5 1716. A good poet. Defended logical theses May 1717 under Holford. Began Theology under Holford and W. Mawdesley Jan 10 1718. Subd. Dec 17 1718; diac. Jan 8 1719; priesthood April 7 1720. Master of Humanity April 7 1723. Prefect of Studies April 23 1727. Died of pleurisy Aug 3 1730; buried at altar of St Thomas. Note: A4, 136 has him serving briefly as a soldier against the Turks: there is no basis for this; all Hesketh did was write a poem on the subject (Annales 163-4, omitted here). HEYWOOD, Robert, al. DIMMOCK [c.1628ROBERTUS DIMOCUS, alias HEYWOOD, Londinensis, nobilis [Pickford's hand:] Huius pater fuit Ioannes Heywood Catholicus. Latinitatem incepit Gandavi in Flandria. Ad eandem perficiendam a Clero missus est unus ex secunda missione ad Latinitatem. Appulit 24 Novembris 1647, cum esset annorum 19. [Whitaker's hand:] A.D. 1651 cum a patre ad sui sustentationem pecunias non exciperet e Collegio discessit, Collegio non idoneo ad eius sustentationem ob summam inopiam. 39; G, 215. (London.) Son of John Heywood, a Catholic. Began Latin at Ghent in Flanders. Sent by Clergy in 2nd Latin mission. Arrived Nov 24 1647, aged 19. 1651 left because father sent no money and College was too poor to support him. HICKFORD, Luke, al. HUGGERFORD [arrived 1679] LUCAS HICKFORDUS, alias HUGGERFORD, Staffordiensis, convictor [All in E. Jones's hand:] Huc appulit 22 Maii 1679. Discessit mense Februarii 1683, relictis studiis. 177; not in G.


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HIGGS, Charles [c.1675-1736] CAROLUS HIGGS, Londinensis, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] Huc appulit 2 Februarii anno 1692 aetatis 17. Filius fuit Iosephi Higgs et Annae Higgs Catholicorum. In Angliam missionarius rediit 22 Decembris anno 1702. 123; A3, 99; G, 215. Son of Joseph and Anne. Came Feb 2 1692. Went missioner to England Dec 22 1702 [BA 215, 81]. Note: Oath March 30 1697 (Oaths). Died Sept 24 1736 (CRS 12, 4).

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-1723] IOANNES HILL, Londinensis, honesto loco natus, convictor [All in E. Jones's hand:] Filius Laurentii Hill, martyris suspensi tempore Regis Caroli Secundi. Huc appulit 27 Ianuarii anno 1695 receptusque in Collegium, Serenissima Catarina Regina Angliae 60 millia realium huius monetae quotannis pro eius sustentatione persolvente. Humanioribus literis sub D. Georgio Slaughtero studuit nec non et Philosophiae sub DD. Eduardo Iones et Georgio Slaughter, sub quorum ultimo conclusiones philosophicas defendit. Iuramentum Collegii praestitit 30 Martii an no 1697. Theologiae studuit sub D. Hall, Doctore Sorbonico, et Hieronymo dico sub D. Eduardo Iones et D. Pryme. Ordinibus susceptis missionarius in Angliam rediit 15 Maii anno 1703, ubi [p .165] aliquot annis haud feliciter peractis iterum Ulissiponem rediit Collegiumque ingressus est 29 Maii A.D. 1717. At Collegialis vitae pertaesus a Collegio profugit navemque bellicam ascendens in Angliam iterum navigavit A.D. 1720, ubi etiamnum vagatur 1721. Anno 1723 obiit. R.I.P. 122& 165; A3, 99-100; G,215. (London.) Son of Lawrence Hill, who was martyred in Charles II's reign. Arrived Jan 27 1695, paid for by Queen Catherine. Studied humanity under Slaughter and Philosophy under Jones and Slaughter, defending once. Oath March 30 1697. Studied theology under T. Hall, Jones and Pryme. Ordained. Went missioner to England May 15 1703; after some unhappy years returned to College May 29 1717. Bored with College life, went by man-of-war to England 1720, where he is still wandering 1721. Died 1723. Note: No missionary oath recorded, but 'parted upon his mission' May 15 1703 (BA 13, 107). Died Sept 3 1723 (CRS 12, 2).

HILLIARD, Francis, al. HARRISON [1687-1743] FRANCISCUS HARRISONUS, alias HILLIARDUS, Lincolniensis, nobilis [All in E. Jones's hand:] Filius Henrici Hilliard armiger et Elizabethae Hilliard; huc appulit 26 Novembris anno 1700, aetatis 13. Literis


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humanioribus incubuit sub D. Petro Key, sub quo et Logicam incepit; sed eo deficiente, sub D. Hieronymo Pryme complevit. Theses de tota Logica die 10 Decembris anna 1705, et ex universa Philosophia die integro 12 Octobris anna 1706 proprio marte delineatas summa cum laude sub eodem Magistro propugnavit. Sed cum ad ecclesiasticum statum se non sentiret vocatum, bonae indolis adolescens in patriam regressus est die 25 Septembris anna 1707. 130; G, 215. (Lincolnshire.) Son of Henry Hilliard and Elizabeth. Arrived Nov 26 1700, aged 13. Studied humanity under Key and Philosophy under Pryme, defending Logic Dec 1705 and Philosophy Oct 1706. Not called to be a priest, so went home Sept 25 1707. Note: 'Francis Hilliard alias Harrison son to Hennery Hilliard his father & Eliza Hilliard his mother of Calston in Linconshire of 13 years of age from ye 18th of August old stile came to ye Colledge on ye 26th of November 1700 ... He went away to England not having a vocation to be a preist in ye Suffolke flaggboat under the protection & in quallity of a Gentleman to ye Conde Villar Mayor who went for Germany embassedour extreordinary to negotiate the marriage betwixt King John ye 5th of Portugal & the emperours sister saild from Lixa on ye 25 of September 1707.' (BA 13, 132). Note: Buried April 22 1743 (Shepperd to Manley, Corr). HILLIARD, Henry [1686-1719] HENRICUS HILLIARDUS, Londinensis, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] Huius pater fuit Georgius Hilliard et Catherinae Hilliard [sic] ambo Catholici. Collegium ingressus est 20 Augusti 1703 aetatis 19 ad Latinitatem. Sed studiorum pertaesus e Collegio discessit inque civitate cum patre vixit usque ad annum 1719, quando obiit in Domino. R.I.P. 175; G, 215. (London.) Son of George and Catherine, Catholics. Came Aug 20 1703 for Latin, aged 19 [see note]. Wearied of studies, left the College; lived in Lisbon with his father until 1719, when he died. Note: 'Henry Hilliard sone to George Hilliard and Catherine hilliard borne in ye year 1686 in London in Covent Garden St Pauls Parish on ye 23 of December old stile came to ye Colledge [in margin and heading: Aug 20th 1703] presented by Mr Francis Nicolson in vertue of Sr Daniel Arthurs letters of 16th of July. upon whose found he is to be maintained thro his courses. Went out of the ColI: livd in Town a vagabond; and Dyed' (BA 13, 125). HODGSON, Christopher [1729-1765] [Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born Ugthorpe 1729, son of William and Anne; admitted June 2 1745; oath Dec 6 1747; entered Philosophy Sept 16 1749; minors and subd. Sept 17-18 1750; priesthood and 1st Mass April 7 and


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23 1753; Procurator Aug 3 1754; [missionary oath July 11 1762: BA 215, 122]; died Dec 25 1765 . A4, 139; G, 216. Note: Cousin of Samuel. 2 of his letters in Corr: March 1763, Jan 1764. See also CRS 14, 329. HODGSON, Samuel [1735- 1766] [Columnar entry, BA 4:] Admitted Aug 25 1748; confirmed April 7 1753; oath March 13 1756; minors Dec 22 1759; subd. March 22, diac . May 31, priesthood Dec 20 1760; 1st Mass Jan 1 1761; sent to England July 17 1761 [BA 215, 120]; died London Feb 7 1766. A4, 140; G, 216. Note: Cousin of Christopher. Born Dec 1735 (CeL 1753) HODGSON, William [arrived 1755] [Columnar entry, BA 4:] Admitted Oct 8 1755; confirmed June 11 1756. Not in G. Note: Still in College June 1760. Seems to have left by May 1762 (Corr). *Holdcraft, William see HARGRAVE, William; Holdenby, Stephen see LANGLEY, Stephen HOLFORD, Peter, al. LOSTOCK [c. 1690- 1722] PETRUS LOSTOCKUS, alias HOLFORDUS, Cestrensis, nobilis [All in E. Jones's hand:] Filius Thomae Holfordi et Mariae Wrath Protestantium. Huc appulit 26 Octobris A.D. 1708, aetatis circiter 18, missus a R. et Ill. D. D. Bonaventura Episcopo Madaurensi, a D. loanne lones, alias Vane, Collegio in procuratoris officio in Anglia inserviente, ad fidem Catholicam perductus. Cum Poesis et Rhetoricae esset peritus, sub D. loanne Thorpe Philosophiae studiis incubuit. Sed eo ad humaniores literas edocendas iterum regrediente Philosophiae cursui sub D. Eduardo lones Prezide finem imposuit et modo [in margin: anno 1711] Sacrae Theologiae sub eodem D. lones et D. Slaughter Vice-Prezide incumbit. 22 Februarii huius anni 1711 iuramentum Collegii praestitit habitumque assumpsit. Perspicaci ingenio praeditus harum scienciarum studia in tribus, uno Jere mense minus, annis consummavit, et 23 Septembris anno 1711 in Philosophiae Lectorem assumptus est. Ab Ill. Emanuele Episcopo Tagastensi, sede vacante, in oratorio suo 20 die Martii anni 1711 clericus et minoribus initiatus; 21 Martii eiusdem anni ad subdiaconatus, 20 Septembris eiusdemque anni ad diaconatus, et 30 Octobris anni 1712 ad sacrum praesbiteratus ordinem ab eodem promovebatur. Duodecimo Novembris 1712 in Praefectum Studio rum electus est. Die 26 Martii anno 1716 conclusiones, videlicet paradoxa physico-thomistica Em. D. Nuno de Cunha, S. R. E. Cardinali, dicata moderatus est. In qua solemnitate Ex. D. Manoel Telesius Sylvius, Comes Villarmaioricus postquam argumenta proposuerat, haec protulit distica in eius laudem:


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Quae nova, quaeque minus novit sententia vulgi, Haec miranda putant, haec paradoxa vocant. lure ergo thesibus titulum nomenque dedisti, Quod magis aptum illis, convenit atque magis: Sed cum doctrinae pandas arcana profundae, Non paradoxa latent, sed Petro doxa patent. Die 24 mensis Maii anno 1717 conclusiones habuit videlicet summulas reformatas Aristotelico-Thomisticas Divo Thomae consecratas quasque summa laude propugnavit. [Scored: Anno 1718 die 10 lanuarii in Sacrae Theologiae Lectorem Vesperarium promotus est.] Anno 1718 die 16 lulii navem ascendit in Galliam navigaturus ut [po 168] Sorbonae studiis incumberet, ubi in omnibus scholarum exercitiis summa laude se gessit 'usque ad 31 Augusti A.D. 1722, quo die febre maligna correptus pie in Domino obdormivit, ut R. Admodum D. loannes Ingleton, Seminarii Anglorum Parisiensis tituli Divi Gregorii Praeses, literis Olissiponem directis die 4 Septembris eiusdem anni in hunc modum retulit. I take the liberty to acquaint you that amongst our many other misfortunes it has pleas'd God to afflict us with the death of Mr Lostock, who died of a malignant feavour the 31 th of last Augt. in great sentiments of piety as he had liv'd. He was a man of singular parts, improv'd by great study & application since he came hither, and accompany'd with a sweetness of temper and humility wch is rarely found. Nothing could be more grievous unto me then so great a loss. 96 & 168; A3, 104; G, 216-17. (Cheshire.) Son of Thomas Holford [Lostock] and Mary Wrath, Protestants. Converted by Vane, College's Agent in England. Sent by Bishop Giffard; came Oct 26 1708, aged about 18. Studied Philosophy under Manley and Jones; now, 1711, studies Theology under Jones and Slaughter. Oath Feb 22 1711. Completed Philosophy and Theology in 3 years. Philosophy Lecturer Sept 23 1711. Tons. minors and subd. March 20- 21; diac. Sept 20 1711. Priesthood Oct 30 1712. Prefect of Studies Nov 12 1712. Physico-Thomistic conclusions, dedicated to Cardinal da Cunha, March 1716; others in May 1717. July 16 1718 sailed for France to study at the Sorbonne [BA 215,51]; did very well until he died of a fever Aug 31 1722. Note: OC 600 is a transcript of a retreat he gave to Syon nuns. Aug 19 1718 arrived at St Gregory's, Paris; 'being at the Benedictin Nuns to confess the religious, fell sick there, and died' (CRS 19: 123, 127).

HOLLAND, George [ -1629] GEORGIUS HOLLANDUS alias [blank], Herfordiensis, nobilis [All in Pickford's hand:] Hic Valliosoleti in Collegio audita Philosophia, huc sponte sua venit ut reciperetur mense, ut credo, Junia; pro cuius sustentatione in cibis loannes Questall contribuit medium quotidie testoni;


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circa vero Octobrem sequentem incidens in febrim et nimium differens sanguinis emissionem e vita discessit 27 Octobris 1629. Hic egregie erat instructus arte musicorum instrumentorum. 4; G, 217. (Herefordshire.) Studied Philosophy in Valladolid College and came here of his own accord. Admitted in June, John Questall paying for his board. Fell into a fever and died Oct 27 1629. Very skilled at playing musical instruments. *Holland, John see COOKE, Corbitt; Holland, John see SERGEANT, John HOLLINSHEAD, Thomas [1765[Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born Sept 13 1765, son of Joseph Hollinshead and Elizabeth Barnickle; admitted July 10 1777; confirmed April 3 1779; left Feb 3 1782. G, 217. HOLYDAY, John [1777[Columnar entry:] Born Chester March 1 1777, son of Charles Holyday and Helen Baxinton; baptised by Marsden; admitted May 3 1791; left. G, 217. Note: Left about June 30 1793 (BA 46, 69). Recommended by Mostyn family, who looked after him in England when he was unwell (late 1793); probably never returned to College (Corr Feb 24 1791, Nov 20 1793 and Jan 24 1795). Was at Oscott Jan 1795 (AA). HOUNSHILL, Martin [1719-1783] MARTINUS HOUNSHILL, Hantoniensis, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] 1736. Filius fuit Martini Hounshill, officialis aerarii, et Elizabethae Hounshill, Catholicorum. Cum esset 17 annorum aetatis, quos adimpleverat die 8 mensis Martii proxime elapsi. Hue appulit die 6 lunii Collegiumque ingressus est ad Latinitatem A.D. 1736. Juramentum praestitit habitumque Collegii recepit A.D. 1737 dieque 15 Septembris. 236; A4, 144; G, 218. (Hampshire.) Born March 8 1719, son of Martin, a financial official, and Elizabeth, Catholics. Came June 6 1736 for Latin. Oath Sept 15 1737. Note: 'Martin Hounshill came to the ColI: on the 6th of June 1736, Recommended by Mr John Betts, one of the Masters of Twiford School in Hantshire' (BA 13, 244). Born at Ringwood, Hampshire; mother Elizabeth Hunt; baptised by Joseph Gildon; confirmed by Bishop Giffard. Ordained March 27 1742 (Barnard, BA4); 1st Mass April 8 (BA 217). Went missioner to England Nov 14 1744 (BA 215, 109). Chaplain at Syon for some time until just before his death in London Aug 9 1783 (Corr Aug 28 and BA 219).


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lIOWE, George [1771-1837] [Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born Ipstones, Staffordshire Oct 4 1771, son of George Howe and Winifred Herd; baptised by T. Granham; admitted Feb 22 1785; ordained April 5 1795; missioner 1795 [April 14, BA 215 , 132]. A4, 146- 7; G, 218. Note: Died Nov 1837 (CRS 12, 226). HOWES, John [missioner 1674] Note: No entry for him. Arrived Sept 10 1662 (BA 12, 184). Oath Sept 1 1670 (Oaths). Missionary oath April 29 1674 (BA 215, 31). A3 , 106; G, 218. *Huggerford, Luke see HICKFORD, Luke

HULL, Joseph [1771[Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born Lancashire May 23 1771, son of William Hull and Helen Hodgen; baptised in 1771 by John Fleet; confirmed Oct 22 1784 [this date cannot be correct] by Matthew Gibson; admitted Oct 23 1784. G, 218. Note:Left because of illness July 9 1786 (BA 219). HUNT, William [ -1733] GULIELMUS HUNT, Eboracensis, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] Hue appulit 30 Augusti 1696. Missionarius in Angliam diseessit 6 Augusti 1707. Mortuus est 16 [?] Aprilis 1733 . 134; A3, 109; G, 218-9. (Yorkshire.) Came Aug 30 1696. Went missioner to England Aug 6 1707 [BA 215, 87]. Died April 16 [?] 1733. Note: Oath Dec 21 1701 (Oaths). Began to say Masses for Founder Jan 1 1707 (BA 171, 5). Sailed for England Sept 25 1707 (BA 13, 60). Died April 6 1733 (CRS 12, 3). HURST, Thomas [1774-1855] [Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born Ormskirk, Lancashire Dec 21 1774, son of Joseph Hurst and Margaret Preston; admitted Sept 25 1788; confirmed 1789. A4, 149-50; G, 219. Note: Brother of William. Deacon by 1798 (BA 112, 25). Oaths: Procurator Sept 15 1803; Confessor Dec 30 1830 (BA 122). Helped Winstanley in ministering to British troops in Peninsular War. Remained in College as Superior rest of his life. Died March 31 1855 (BA 112, 118). Portrait and photograph (reproduced by Croft) in LC . 11 of his letters and 6 to him in Corr. Will in Wills Jan 1853.


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HURST, William [1776-1823] [Columnar entry:] Born Ormskirk, Lancashire April 8 1776, son of Joseph Hurst and Margaret Preston; admitted Sept 25 1788; confirmed 1789. A4, 150; G, 219. Note: Brother of Thomas. After ordination arrived at Valladolid Nov 25 1800 to teach Theology: stayed only a short time (CRS 30, 219): Fryer's reference of mid-1800 is in BA 219. Died Aug 10 1823 in Trinidad (Corr Dec 9 1823).

HUTCHINSON, Samuel [1764[Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born Oldborough, Yorkshire Feb 7 1764, son of Robert Hutchinson and Mary Person; baptised by Henry Maire; admitted May 19 1775; confirmed May 24 1777; left July 26 1778. G, 219.

IRELAND, James Bladworth [1773[Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born Exley [?], Essex Feb 3 1773, son of John Ireland and Elizabeth Bladworth; confirmed Whit 1785 by Thomas Talbot; admitted Feb 7 1787. G, 219. Note: Left about Feb 10 1788 (BA 46, 65).

JARRETT, John, al. GERARD [c.1641IOANNES GERARDUS, alias JARRETTUS, Londinensis [All in Tilden's hand:] Huius pater fuit... [dots in manuscript] Iarrettus, qui fuit a gemmis Reginae Angliae. Hic ex Anglia eductus a quodam Lusitano, amicorum quorundam rogatu et contributione admissus est ad Latinitatem (annos natus octodecim) 10 Maii 1659. Sed literarum studio minus aptus, post octo menses in Angliam recessit 21 Ianuarii 1660. 60; G,219. (London.) His father the Queen of England's jeweller. Brought here by a Portuguese. Admitted for Latin, aged 18, May 10 1659. Unsuited to studies; left for England Jan 21 1660. Note: May 20 1659 Edward Lucy agreed to pay towards his maintenance for 4 years; Lucy (perhaps the former student of that name) lived in College from May 1 to July 30 1659 (BA 12, 152-3). John Robinson (1) paid part of Jarrett's fees (BA 12, 155).

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-1723] CHRISTOPHERUS IENKINSONUS, Lancastriensis, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] Appulit die 20 Maii anno 1693. Humanioribus literis studuit sub D. Ioanne lones, Philosophiae sub D. Georgio Slaughter. Anno 1700 die 5 Iulii conclusiones de 8 libris Physicorum sub moderamine Georgii Slaughter cum laude defendit, et die 13 Iulii anno 1701 alias ex universa Philosophia depromptas sub eodem Magistro. Humaniorum literarum cursum edocuit et feliciter complevit, quando anno 1711 die 22


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Septembris Procuratoris munus suscepit, quod fideliter adimplevit usque ad diem 12 Iunii A.D. 1715, quo cum facultatibus missionarii in Angliam regressus est. Pie obiit in Domino. 128; A3, 114; G, 220. (Lancashire.) Came May 20 1693. Studied humanity under Vane, Philosophy under Slaughter, defending Physics July 1700 and Philosophy July 1701. Successful Master of Humanity. Procurator Sept 22 1711: served well. Went missioner to England June 12 1715 [BA 215, 90]. Died. Note: Oath Dec 21 1701 (Oaths). Died Sept 2 1723 (CRS 12, 2). JENNINGS, Anthony [ -1675] Note: No entry for him. Arrived July 1 1670; died Nov 3 1675 (BA 13, 25). Not in G. JENNINGS, Charles, al. NEWPORT [c.1628-1677] CAROLUS IENNINGUS, Essexensis, nobilis [Pickford's hand:] Huius pater fuit Antonius Ienningus Catholicus. Latinitatem in patria incepit, ad quam perficiendam huc missus est unus ex secunda missione ad Latinitatem a Clero. Appulit 15 Augusti 1647 cum 19 esset annorum. [Whitaker's hand:] A.D. 1651 cum ob angustiam rei familiaris Collegii aliqui necessario essent dimittendi et pro duobus ex eis recipiendis in suum Collegium impetratum fuisset a R. D. Praeside Duaceno, hic electus est unus et in Hollandiam transfretavit Duacum petiturus ubi et receptus est. Iuvenis bonae spei. 35; A2, 170; G, 220. (Essex.) Son of Anthony Jennings, a Catholic. Began Latin in England: sent here by Clergy in 2nd Latin mission. Arrived Aug 15 1647, aged 19. In 1651, when some had to be sent away because of College's poverty, was one of 2 admitted to Douai College: left for Douai via Holland. A promising young man. Note: Brother of Jerome. Viaticum for Douai April 2 1651 (BA 12, 63). Arrived at Douai from England June 11 1651; father is from Dunmow, Essex; profession of faith July 22. June 25 1652 defended Logic. Alumni oath June 4 1653; minors June 5; defended Philosophy Aug 15 1653. Feb 24 1654 subd.; 28 diac.; March 1 priesthood. April 25 1654 Prefect General (CRS 11: 510-11, 519, 524-6, 529). Died at Paris Dec 16 1677 (O.S.) (CRS 3, 103).

*Jennings, Charles see TILLINGHAM, Charles JENNINGS, Jerome [1621-1681] IERONYMUS IENNINGUS, Essexensis, nobilis [Pickford's hand:] Huius pater fuit Antonius Ienningus, nobilis, Catholicus. Venit ex Anglia 11 Iunii ut in militia mereret. Verum mutato in melius consilio ad studia litterarum se transtulit, ad quas inchoandas Collegium intravit 4 Novembris 1642, annorum futurus viginti duorum


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circa medium Februarii subsequentis. Post annum in Grammatica primum praemium habuit in ascensione ad Syntaxin 14 Augusti 1643. Iuramentum cum habitu Collegii sumpsit 29 Iunii 1644. E Syntaxi quoque ad Logicam primum praemium habuit Augusti 18 anno 1644. Tractatum de Generatione et Corruptione publice defendit sub Magistro D. Victore 21 Octobris 1646. Primam tonsuram et ordines minores accepit ab Ill. Protectore 30 Novembris 1646. Tractatum de Fide, Spe et Charitate publice defendit sub Magistro Onuphrio Elisaeo 14 Iunii 1648. [H. Waring's hand:] Subdiaconatum accepit ab eodem Ill. Protectore 24 Ianuarii 1649, diaconatum Februarii subsequentis die 24, praesbyteratum vero die 12 Martii eiusdem anni. Anno deinde eodem die 25 Iulii assumptus est in Procuratorem in locum D. Philippi Wardi et in Novembre subsequenti ad negotia Collegii obeunda missus est in Angliam. Unde rebus bene confectis reversus est ad Collegium 8 Martii A.D. 1652. [Tilden's hand:] Et post annum, assumpto in officium Procuratoris Patre Ioanne Hollando, in Angliam rediit. 30; A2, 170; G, 220. (Essex.) [Brother of Charles], son of Anthony Jennings, a Catholic of noble birth. Came from England June 11 to be a soldier; changed his mind and entered College Nov 4 1642, aged 21. 1st prize at end of Grammar Aug 1643. Oath June 29 1644. 1st prize at end of Syntax Aug 1644. Defended treatise on Generation and Corruption under Victor Oct 1646. Tons. and minors Nov 30 1646. Defended treatise on Faith, Hope and Charity under Waring June 1648. Subd. Jan 24; diac. Feb 24; priesthood March 12 1649. July 25 1649 succeeded Philip Parry as Procurator; Nov sent to England on College business; returned March 8 1652. A year later, when Sergeant was made Procurator, returned to England. JERNINGHAM, George, al. WOTTON [c.l614] GEORGIUS WOTTONUS, alias IERNINGAMUS, Londinensis, nobilis et convictor [All in Pickford's hand:] Hic Georgio Ierningamo patre natus, liter as humaniores usque ad finem Syntaxeos accepit Duaci. Postea in Angliam transiens huc missus est unus ex tertia missione. Appulit Kalendis Octobris 1636, cum 22 circiter esset annorum, moxque ad cursum iam inchoatum ingressus est. Cum vero inidoneus prorsus judicaretur ad studia literarum, decretum est ut in patriam remitteretur. Abiit itaque navigio 21 Decembris 1637. 17; G, 220. (London.) Son of George Jerningham; studied humanity to end of Syntax at DouaL Went to England. Sent in 3rd mission, arrived Oct 1 1636, aged about 22, and joined the course already in progress. Judged quite unfit for studies and sent home: left by ship Dec 21 1637. JOHNSON, Charles [c.1645] CAROLUS IOHNSON, Anglo-Lusitanus [A ll in Tilden's hand:] Huius pater fuit Henricus Iohnson, mercator Anglus , mater Lusitana. Cum esset annorum circiter quatuordecim


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admissus est convict or ad Latinitatem 1 Maii 1659; sed post decem menses et dimidium a patre revocatus domum rediit 22 Martii 1660. 60; G, 220. (Anglo-Portuguese.) Son of Henry Johnson, an English merchant, and a Portuguese mother. Admitted as convictor for Latin, aged about 14, May 1 1659; called back home by his father March 22 1660.

*Johnson, John see KEELING, John; Johnson, Thomas see HARRINGTON, Thomas JONES, Edward [1669-1737] EDUARD US lONES, Staffordiensis, convictor, nobilis [All in his own hand:] Filius fuit Francisci lanes et Annae Berry. Huc appulit die 15 lulii anna 1684, Latinitate mediocriter instructus. Habitum Collegii et iuramentum sumpsit 17 Aprilis anna 1688. Ab Em. Protectore D. D. Verissimo de Lancastro, S. R. E. Cardinali, anna 1688 prima tonsura et quatuor minoribus ordinibus 18 lulii, anna 1689 die 17 Decembris sacro subdiaconatu, die 18 eiusdem mensis diaconatu, et tandem anna 1691 die 11 Novembris sacro presbyteratu initiatus est. Die 23 Martii anna 1688 sub D. Rogero Brockholes conclusiones logicas defendit et die 1 lulii anna 1689 ex universa Philosophia sub eodem magistro, et denique die 11 lulii anna 1692 theses de Verbo Incarnato dicatas Ex. D. Ferdinando Tellesio Sylvio, Comiti Villarmaiorio, nunc Marchioni Alegretensi. Anno 1692 die 1 Septembris declaratus est Philosophiae Lector; die 21 Maii anna 1694 habuit conclusiones physicas, die 2 Maii 1695 conclusiones De Ortu, Interitu et Anima. [In margin: 31 lanuarii 1698 in Angliam navigavit circa rem suam, qua peracta Ulissiponem iterum rediit appulitque 3 Novembris eiusdem anni.] Et die 17 Iunii anna 1699 post ex Anglia regressum conclusiones logicometaphysicas. Anno 1697 die 17 Septembris factus est Collegii Confessarius et anna 1699 die 1 Octobris Lector Sacrae Theologiae. Conclusiones theologicas de Proaemialibus Theologiae, Essentia, Natura, Attributis Dei et Visione Beatifica 3 Novembris anna 1700, alias theologicas de Scientia et Voluntate Dei, Providentia, Praedestinatione et Reprobatione, Sanctissimae Trinitatis mysterio et Angelis die [blank] anna 1702. De Virtutibus et Peccatis die 19 [blank] anna 1703, et denique ex universa Theologia 8 lunii anna 1705 habuit. Declaratus est Collegii Vice-Praeses die 1 Octobris anna 1699, quo functus est officio usque ad annum 1706, quando R. Admodum Praeses D. Matthias Watkinsonus patentes officii sui literas in manus eius deposuit, qui deinceps regimen Collegii in solidum suscepit usque ad annum 1707 die 28 Novembris, quando per patentes ab Angliae episcopis Catholicis Vicariis Apostolicis [po 112] in Praesidis dignitatem promotus est, atque Collegii Praeses ordine undecimus. Hic primo obtinuit a Joanne V Rege Portugalliae cymbam ligno oneratam pro culina 12 Aprilis anna 1710. A.D. 1710 die 24 Maii cum D. loannes Thorpe a munere docendi Logicam ad D. Joannis Floydaei vices supplendas in literis humanioribus perlegendis


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benigniter descenderet, suscepit munus Petrum Lostockum instruendi in Philosophia. [Scored: some words illegible D. Guilherme monialibus Anglis ordinis Sanctae Birgittae aliquot menses e Collegio discesserat, die 10 Maii dicti anni ad Theologiam edocendam regressus est.] Cui item et theologiam edocuit. Hic vi dens tectum ecclesiae Collegiique domos undiquaque ruituras, Sanctae Misericordiae huius civitatis, cui ex contractu inter Ill. Fundatorem et Patres celebrato Collegii patronatus [po 169] pertinebat, petitione humiliter supplicandum duxit, ut ruinis succurreret. Qua petitione spreta, ex amicorum et iurisperitorum consilio, Sanctae Domus Misericordiae administratores libello demandavit ut vel succurrerent ruinis Collegii vel patronatui renunciarent. Post aliquot menses in litigio insumptos, concilio generali ministrorum Mensae assistentium convocato, decretum fuit ut expensis Misericordiae aedificium fieret, et nonaginta duo millia realium quotannis persolvenda ad opus perficiendum assignarunt, cum nihil amplius ex bonis Ill. Fundatoris restare inventum esset. Cum tenuis hic videretur Patribus obolus et tanto operi impar, ruinae enim erant per totas Collegii domus et officinas generales, iterum dictos ministros citarunt ut inceptum processum insequerentur. Postque varia pro utraque parta allata argumenta per quinquennium, tandem finali sententia in Supremo Concilio prolata decretum est ut admitterent compatronum qui domos reaedificaret. Cumque post edita locis publicis huius civitatis appensa pro tempore a lege praescripto nemo appareret qui tantis sumptibus compatronatum coemeret, patres hunc titulum et privilegium in se suosque successores susceperunt, publicoque instrumento per Patrem Christophorum Ienkinsonum, Procuratorem suum ad hoc specialiter electum, firmato sese adstrinxerunt ad Collegium reaedificandum. Quod instrumentum firmatum est [blank] mens is Octobris A.D. 1713, et pro titulo in archivis servatur. Libertato [sic] Collegio in eo quod ad aedificium pertinet, a Misericordia iure solum dotis ei reservato, Praeses ad Serenissimi Regis Ioannis V pedes se devolvit, eleemosinamque petiit qua principium operibus daret. Rexque tria millia aureorum Lusitanorum speciali decreta suo liberaliter concessit ex Alfandega sua solvendorum, quibus [p o 170] ecclesiae tectum erigere et Collegii nova fundamenta iacere caeperunt die 4 Ianuari A.D. 1714, hocque eodem an no dispenderunt 1,813 M 685 res , ut constat ex Libro Dispendiorum pagina 6. A.D. 1715 dispenderunt 2,100 M 332 res, ut constat ex eodem libro pagina 11. A.D. 1716 dispenderunt 647 M 152 res, ut constat ibidem pagina 13. Hoc item anno, cum mortuus sit D. Robertus Bolneius, Magister Literarum Humaniorum, ipse Praeses necessitate coactus cursum sus cepit instruendum instruxitque usque ad 28 Martii eiusdem anni quo D. Iacobus Skeltonus harum literarum Magister electus est. A.D. 1715 D. Thomas Freeman Anglus, nauclerus, et in Collegio hospes , testamenti sui executorem Praesidem moriens nominavit reliquitque Collegio pro aedificio tria millia aureorum Lusitanorum. E vivis excessit mense Maio 1715.


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Anno 1717 dispendit in aedificio 435 M 575 res, ut constat ex eodem Libro Dispendiorum pagina 15. Anno 1718 dispendit 226 M 248 res, ut constat ex eodem Libro pagina 17. A.D. 1715 die 24 Maii nominatus est ab Anna Peres, Angla Catholica, testamenti sui executor, una cum marito suo Antonio Peres, et Procuratore Collegii. Testatrix mortua est 26 die Ianuarii A.D . 1719 reliquitque Collegio pro septem annorum Missis pro anima sua et postea pro alumno ad finem Collegii sustentando [in margin: quatuor millia aureorum]. Sepulta iacet inter altare Beatae Mariae Virginis a Pace et Capell am Sancti Thomae Archiepiscopi Cantuariensis. R.LP. A.D. 1719 Ioannes V Portugalliae Rex per liter as a secretario suo Praesidi missas significavit sibi gratum fore quod Patres alumnique processionem in honorem Christi Corporis institutum comitarentur. Regiae sese submisere voluntati, in cuius obsequii remunerationem cruce argentea eos [po 171] liberaliter donavit, quae in Collegio asservatur. 18 mensis Aprilis anno 1719, cum Magister Humaniorum Literarum in Philosophiae Lectorem assumptus esset nullusque in Collegio inveniretur disoccupatus qui id muneris adimpleret, Gramaticam edocendam suscepit, in eoque officio perseveravit usque ad 23 Iulii an no 1720, quo alius ex Anglia rnissus eum relevavit. A.D. 1719 dispenderunt in aedificio Collegii, ut constat in supradicto Libro Dispendiorum folio 19, 893 M 360 res. Item anna 1720 dispenderunt, ut ibidem pagina 21, 599 M 097 res. A.D. 1721 die 26 mensis Augusti D. Abel Franciscus Nicolson per publicam scripturam donationem fecit Collegio praedii sui, vulgo dicti Quinta de Pera, cum omnibus terris illi annexis, totiusque paecuniae quam in montibus pietatis Parisiensibus, seu vulgo dictis Hotel de la Ville de Paris, his positis conditionibus et oneribus Collegio impositis. 1. Ut ipse dictus donator haberet cellulam in Collegio victumque durante sua vita, et sexaginta insuper millia realium Lusitanorum annuatim pro eodem tempore solvenda. 2. Ut Collegium ei numeret quingenta millia realium ad debita quaedam quae contraxerat persolvenda. 3. Ut ipse donator et D. Nathanael Boise durantibus amborum vitis reciperent reditus pecuniae Parisiis positae et post mortem Abelis Francisci Collegium, vel Collegii Superiores, investigarent adolescentes Anglos qui fructibus praedii terrarumque ei annexarum alerentur, adolescentium numero iuxta fructuum valorem, deductis expensis, determinando. Postque mortem amborum videlicet supradicti donatoris et D. Nathanaelis Boys reditus dictae paecuniae Collegio patrimonio adderentur, observataque superiori regula, iuxta valorem redituum numerus adolescentium augendus qui in finem Collegii et missionis in Anglia sicut caeteri alumni educabuntur. In reaedificatione Collegii ecclesiae, chori supra exteriorem ecclesiae portam erecti, emptione organi etc., iuxta beneplacita uniuscuiusque cum eleemosinis suis ad haec opera concurrentis, ab anna 1714 quo primum opifices manus operi ingesserunt usque mens em Martii anna 1727 quando,


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deficiente pecunia, ab eodem total iter destiterunt, expensa reperiuntur 8,381 M 071 realium, ut apparet ex Libro Magno Aedificii Collegii pagina 30, receptis et [po 211] expensis recapitulatis, aedificio tamen non tantum incompleto sed ruinis in variis partibus domus imminentibus. Huius rei certior factus ocularisque ruinarum testis (tribus enim vicibus Collegium perlustraverat) Em. et R. D. D. Nonnius de Cunha e Attaide, S. R. E. Cardinalis, Inquizitor Generalis et Collegii Protector, pia commiseratione commotus ardentique in salutem animarum zelo accensus, opus iterum reassumpsit deditque in mandatis ut quinque erigerentur cubicula, a schala qua ab ecclesia in dormitorium ascenditur incipiendo, tria in campos prospicientia et duo versus claustrum. Incaeperuntque operarii veteres officinas demoliri die 16 Iunii A.D. 1727. A.D. 1729 determinavit Em. Protector ut alius in huius Praesidis locum substitueretur; quapropter, ut Protectoris beneplacito obtemporaretur, missus est ab Ill. Bonaventura Episcopo Madaurensi R. Ioannes Manleus, alias Thorpe, alias Masters, ut Praesidis locum adimpleret. Collegium ingressus die 28 mensis Augusti, eiusdem regimen suscepit die 16 Septembris subsequentis (vide paginam 135) inque eodem perseveravit per triennium, donec ex consensu Ill. et R. Bonaventurae Episcopi Madaurensis officium deposuit in manus praedicti D. lones, praedecessoris sui, die 8 Septembris 1732 (vide paginam 135) qui per patentes literas ab eodem Ill. D. Episcopo eidem missas regimen Collegii iterum assumpsit. 111-12, 169-71 & 211; A3, 118; G, 221. (Staffordshire.) Son of Francis Jones and Anne Berry. Arrived July 15 1684, with some Latin. Oath April 17 1688. Tons. and minors July 18 1688; subd. and diac. Dec 17-18 1689; priesthood Nov 11 1691. Defended Logic March 1688 and Philosophy July 1689 under Brockholes; defended theses on Incarnation, dedicated to Count of Villarmarjor, July 1692. Philosophy Lecturer Sept 1 1692; held conclusions: Physics May 1694 and Psychology May 1695. Jan 31 1698 sailed to England on personal business; returned Nov 3. Logico-metaphysical conclusions June 1699. Confessor Sept 17 1697; Theology Lecturer Oct 1 1699. Theological conclusions Nov 1700 and in 1702,1703 and June 1705. Vice-President Oct 11699 to 1706, when Watkinson made him acting-President. President Nov 28 1707. May 24 1710 tutored Holford in Philosophy [see note for scored passage about W. Mawdesley's temporary stay at Syon]. Also taught him Theology. Since chapel and College buildings were ruinous, petitioned the patron, the Misericordia, to help or give up patronage. After litigation Superiors became co-patrons in 1713; John V gave 3,000 crowns to re-roof chapel and lay new foundations for College; 1714-20 over 6,000 milres spent on this work. May 1715 Thomas Freeman, a sea-captain, left 3,000 crowns; Jan 1719 Anna Peres left 4,000. 1719 John V invited College to join in Corpus Christi procession. Taught Grammar from April 1719 to July 1720. Aug 26 1721 Francis Nicholson gave College his villa, the Quinta de Pera, with its land and his invested money, on condition that he could


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live in College with an annuity, that College should pay his debts and that the income from his Paris investments should go to Nathaniel Boyce and himself and after their deaths be used for burses. The re-building work from 1714-1727 cost over 8,000 milres, though much of College remained ruinous; Protector paid for 5 new rooms 1727. In 1729 Protector decided to replace Jones, so Bishop Giffard sent John Manley, who arrived Aug 28 1729; he resigned, with Giffard's permission, in favour of Jones Sept 8 1732. Note: Appointed President Nov 28 1707; oath May 3 1708 (BA 121). The scored passage is confused: it refers to W. Mawdesley, who went as temporary confessor to Syon in May 1715, returning in May 1716. In his absence Jones taught Philosophy. 72 letters to Jones in Corr and copies of some of his own (1710-21 and 1728- 37) in BA 89-90. Copies of London Agents' accounts in BA 56- 57. Jones's presidential accounts in BA 37. Minutes of Council Meetings in CCL. Book of subscribers to rebuilding BA 68. According to G. Bernard, Slaughter was declared Regent on Jones's death Dec 28 1738 (see Slaughter's entry). A and G take this to be date of Jones's death, which is the natural reading of the Latin, but a copy of Jones's epitaph (CCL 1824) shows he died Dec 28 1737. Copy of will in Wills Oct 1734. JONES, James Austin [c.1690-1737] IACOBUS AUGUSTINUS lONES, Londinensis, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] Filius fuit Guilhermi lones et Mariae Langrack Protestantium. Is literis humanioribus in Anglia instructus et Chirurgicae arti incumbens, ad gremium Ecclesiae Catholicae opera R. Patris Rodulphi Clayton, Collegii Duaceni alumni, reductus est Romamque missus ad Collegium Anglorum Divi Thomae Cantuariensis sacrum. Ubi per tres circiter annos Philosophiae studiis incubuit, quibus faeliciter peractis et Theologiae limine salutato eiusdem Collegii iuramento sese obstrinxit ordinesque sacros etiam sacerdotium suscepit. Sed ob aeris intemperiem aegram valetudinem passus e Collegio discedere coactus est Ulissiponemque navigavit, cum literis commendatitiis a Clero Anglicano ad hoc Collegium, appulitque 14 Augusti anno 1720, aetatis suae trigessimo , Collegiumque ingressus est ad Theologiae studia complenda. Quibus peractis in Angliam rediit, ex hoc portu so Ivens 12 Martii A.D. 1722, die quo festum Sancti Gregorii Magni Ecclesia celebravit. 186; A4, 155-6; G, 221. (London.) Son of William Jones and Mary Langrack, Protestants. Studied humanity in England; was studying surgery when he was converted by Ralph Clayton; sent to English College, Rome. Studied Philosophy about 3 years; began Theology; took oath of that College and was ordained. Forced to leave because of illness, came here with commendatory letter from Clergy Aug 141720, aged 30, to complete Theology. Went [missioner] to England March 12 1722.


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Note: For Ralph Clayton see A3, 35-6. Jones was admitted to English College, Rome Dec 22 1716; ordained April 8 1719; left for England April 14 1720 (CRS 40, 157). 'Gon missioner to England' (BA 13, 208).

*Jones,

John see VANE, John

JONES, Joseph [1714-1760] Note: No entry for him. Son of John Jones and Mary Redriff; born London March 20 1714 O.S.; baptised a Catholic. Taken to Seville when 4. Confirmed there. Entered English College, Rome May 2 1731; ordained July 26 1740; left for England Sept 9 1740 (CRS 40, 183). Arrived Lisbon July 28 1742 (BA 217); oath as Procurator Sept 7 1742 (BA 122). Was told to leave College by Sept 21 1750 (BA 131); left October (Corr Oct 10 1750). Died in madhouse in Surrey Jan 13 1760 (Corr). A4, 147; G, 221.

*Jones,

Matthew see ALEWORTH, Matthew

JONES, Philip [1690s] PHILIPP US IONES

[All in E. Jones's hand:] Quando accessit ad Collegium, quando et quomodo discessit, ignotum. 177; not in G. Nothing known. Note: 'Phill Jones came to ye Colledge on [blank, but probably c. 1696] , (BA 13, 146); part payment of arrears of pension April and Dec 1697 (AA). JONES, William [1784-1868] [Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born Chillington, Staffordshire May 17 1784, son of Samuel Jones and Anne Corbissor; baptised by Clough; admitted Oct 7 1802; confirmed by Protector. G, 222. Note: Feb 24 1809 sent to England, where he was ordained (BA 215, 149). Ordained at Oscott March 1810 (G, 222). Died Aug 21 1868 (CD 1869, 80).

JUSTINIANO, Sergio [1702SERGIUS IUSTINIANUS, Ulissiponensis, convietor [All in E. Jones's hand:] Filius fuit Laurencii Iustiniani et Mariae Falcoa. Ad Collegium accessit die 18 Septembris anno 1713, aetatis undecimo quem adimplevit die 9 Septembris, videlicet huius mensis quo Collegium ingressus est, et septuaginta millia realium quotannis pro vietu solvit. Hic litigio cum uno ex discipulis habito, subito furore scalpettum arripiens vulnus ei infixit faemore. Ob quod crimen e Collegio dimissus est die 12 Decembris anno 1715. 151; not in G.


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(Lisbon.) Born Sept 9 1702, son of Laurence Justiniano [Lorenzo Giustiniani (?)] and Maria Falcoa. Came Sept 18 1713; pays 70 milres for food. In a quarrel pulled out a knife and cut a student's leg: dismissed Dec 12 1715. KAYE, Thomas [1768-1838] [Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born Brompton [Broughton], Yorkshire April 29 1768, son of George Kay and Anne Layton; baptised by Thomas Brent; admitted June 8 1782; confirmed Sept 20 1783; missioner 1795. A4, 1578; G, 222. Note: Ordained Christmas 1794 (Corr Feb 1795). Missionary oath April 10 1795 (BA 215, 129).,Wrote to Allen July 29 1795 to describe Broughton mission (Corr). Died July 1838 (CRS 12, 226). KEELING, John, al. JOHNSON: [1611IOANNES IONSONUS, alias KEELING, Staffordiensis, honesto loco natus [All in Pickford's hand:] Hic patre Ioanne Keeling natus, cum primas lit eras in Anglia gustasset, Duacum transiens illic perfecit usque ad finem Rhetorices, cum huc destinatus est unus ex secunda missione; et pedestri itinere advenit 4 Iulii 1633, cum esset annorum aetatis 22. Ubi cursum Philosophiae audivit et semel publicas conclusiones ex 8 libris Physico rum sub D. Daniele defendit 11 Aprilis 1635. Habitum vero Collegii et iuramentum accepit 29 Iunii 1635 in festo Sanctorum Apostolorum Petri et Pauli; quod iuramentum ex quadam occasione coram Superioribus renovavit die 15 Maii 1636. [In margin: Prim am tonsuram et minores 21 Decembris 1635 ab Ill. Protectore.] Audito vero uno anno Theologiae 1637 et thesibus ex materia de Fide sub R. Praeside D. Hartio pub lice defensis 21 Iulii, mox cum eodem dimissus est propter iurgia et continuas rixas cum sodalibus et Superioribus. Non tamen fuit expulsus, sed ipse discessum fiagitans facile ab Ill. Protectore obtinuit. Abiit 2 Decembris 1637. 8; G, 223. (Staffordshire.) Son of John Keeling; began humanity in England, then continued to end of Rhetoric at Douai. Chosen for 2nd mission, arrived on foot July 4 1633, aged 22. Studied Philosophy and defended theses under Pickford April 1635. Oath June 29 1635; renewed it May 15 1636. Tons. and minor orders Dec 211635. Studied Theology one year, defending theses under Hargrave July 1637. Dismissed at same time as Hargrave because of continual quarrels with companions and Superiors. Not actually expelled, but his request to leave was readily granted by Protector; left Dec 2 1637. Note: Entered Douai July 27 1630; father is called 'schismatic' and mother, Mary, 'a middling sort of Catholic'; birthplace is Comberford, Tamworth (CRS 10, 284). Confirmed Oct 21 (ib. 287); oath March 12 1631 (ib. 291); left for Lisbon May 9 1633 (ib. 313).


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*Kelly, Thomas see WOODWARD, Thomas KENDRICK, James [1709IACOBUS KENDRICK, Londinensis, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] Iacobus Kendrick, filius Guilhermi Kendrick et Susannae Kendrick Catholicorum, 14 annorum aetatis, quam adimpleverat die 20 Iulii anni praeteriti, Collegium ingressus est 13 Iulii A.D. 1724 ad Latinitatem; sed matre ad annuam pensionem persolvendam insufficientem se reperiente in mundum rediit. 200; not in G. (London.) Born July 20 1709, son of William and Susan, Catholics. Came July 13 1724 for Latin. Left because mother could not pay his pension. KEY, Peter [arrived 1687] PETRUS KEYS, Lincolniensis, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] Appulit die 17 Septembris anno 1687. Literis humanioribus operam dedit sub D. Francisco Petre. Philosophiam audivit sub D. Francisco Petre et Eduardo Iones. Conclusiones logicometaphysicas sub moderamine D. Francisci Petre cum laude propugnavit an no 1695. Theologiae incubuit sub D. Thoma Hall et D. Hieronymo Pryme, sub quorum ultimo conclusiones ex universa Theologia depromptas defendit die integra, videlicet 12 Iulii anno 1698. Habitum et iuramentum Collegii suscepit die 12 Iulii anno 1693, finitisque studiis in Humaniorum Litterarum Magistrum electus est, quas docuit per triennium. Anno 1703 die 26 Februarii declaratus est Lector Philosophiae. Unde Logicam edocere incepit, sed inceptam prosequi nimis arduum sibi reputans, officium illud deposuit. Postea podagra correptus cuius doloribus frequenter repetitis ad missionarii munus in patria per agendum minus idoneus redditus, per aliquot annos in Collegio hospitis more degere permissus est, donec sollicitationibus Comitis de Galloa, Legati Annae Pseudo-Reginae Angliae apud Ioannem V Regem Portugalliae, Abbas Barosiensis Ecclesiae in Diocesi Bracharensi trans montes sitae nominatus est, ibique animarum curae incumbit anno 1713. Anno 1717 pro aedificio Collegii eleemosynam dedit 48 millia realium. 124; A3, 122-3; G, 222. (Lincolnshire.) Came Sept 17 1687. Studied humanity under F. Petre and Philosophy under Petre and Jones, defending logico-metaphysical theses under Petre 1695. Studied Theology under T. Hall and Pryme, defending theses under Pryme for a whole day July 1698. Oath July 12 1693. Master of Humanity for 3 years. Philosophy Lecturer Feb 26 1703, but resigned. Unsuited for mission because of gout, lived in College some years as a guest until English Ambassador obtained him a benefice in Braga diocese; is working there 1713. Gave 48 milres for College buildings 1717. Note: Sent by Mrs Thimbleby, who promised to pay for him (BA 13, 32). Barnard records minors April 22 1696 (BA 4). Was already a priest when made Philosophy Lecturer; Prefect of Studies March 26 1703 (BA 122).


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KITCHEN, Edward [c.1705-1732] [Manley's hand:] D. Eduardus Kitchin ex Collegio Duaceno ad Collegium hoc Ulyssiponense accessit die 7 Septembris anno 1731. Literas humaniores didicit in praedicto Collegio Duaceno: ibidemque per biennium Philosophiam audivit, et theses publicas ter habuit in Philosophia. Ibidem per triennium Theologiam audivit, in qua theses publicas bis defendit. Die 17 Septembris 1731 electus est Praefectus Studiorum. Die 2 Ianuarii 1732 electus est in Philosophiae Lectorem, [E. Jones's hand:] quam diligenter edocuit usque dum in frenesim inciderit. Hoc malo per aliquot menses infeliciter laborans ad nosocomium huius civitatis mittitur, ubi per aliquot tempus deliravit, donec febri maligna correptus menti iudicioque restitueretur adque Collegium regressus est, sed ita viribus destitutus et remediorum incapax iudicatus lento morbo contabuit usque ad 19 mensis Septembris, quando pientissimus iuvenis omnibus Ecclesiae sacramentis munitus animam Creatori suo reddidit, sepultusque iacet ad pedes altaris Sancti Jozephi intra cancellos. R.I.P. 219; A4, 164; G, 223. Came Sept 7 1731 from Douai College; had taught humanity there and studied Philosophy, with 3 public defences; had studied Theology for 3 years, with 2 defences. Made Prefect of studies here Sept 17 1731. Philosophy Lecturer Jan 2 1732; taught diligently, until he had a mental breakdown; died Sept 19 1732; buried at St Joseph's altar. Note: Entered Douai College Aug 24 1720; diac. Dec 1730; left for Lisbon as a deacon June 27 1731 (CRS 28: 81, 157, 159). 'Mr Edward Kitchin proving out of his senses (by too much application) & it being ye Doctor's Opinion that the Royal Hospital in this Citty is the most Convenient place for his cure ... said Mr. Kitchin was put into ye said Hospital according to the Cardinal's order' (BA 131, March 4 1732). LACY, Hugh [left c.1700] HUGO LACY, Hibernensis, convictor [All in E. Jones's hand:] Peractis humaniorum literarum studiis, Philosophiae cursum ingressus a Collegio discessit et in Galliam navigio navigavit. 119; not in G. (Irish.) Finished humanity. Entered Philosophy; left and sailed for France. Note: Arrears of ÂŁ5 were paid on Jan 27 1700 (BA 13, 149). LAFEE, John [1704-1727] IOANNES LAFEE, Londinensis, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] Ioannes Lafee filius fuit Duchoy Lafee et Elizabethae Lafee Catholicorum. Huc appulit 13 Iulii anno 1720 ad Latinitatem, annos natus 16 mense Iunii proximo elapsi. Literarum humanarum studiis incubuit usque ad medium Rhetoricae, quando sciaticae doloribus, hernia et febre pium iuvenem aggredientibus, sub iisdem diu laboravit, variis et multiplicibus applicatis medicinis sed in


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cassum, licet enim in sciatica et hernia remediorum vi levamen aliquod senserit, febris tamen in hecticam degeneravit. Quapropter ut ex aeris mutatione adiuvamen contra morbum perquireret, consilio medici Capericam mittitur ad viniam vulgo dictam Pera, quam Collegium in eo pago possidet, ubi per aliquot dies aegre vitam protrahens, succrescente hectica, sacramentis ecc1esiae munitus animam Deo reddidit die 29 Martii A.D. 1727, aetatis suae vigessimo tertio, quem mense Iunii proximo adventante adimpleturus erat. Sepultusque iacet in ecc1esia parochiali Beatissimae Virginis de Monte Sacra. R.I.P. 185; not in G. (London.) Born June 16 1704, son of Duchoy and Elizabeth, Catholics. Came July 13 1720. Studied to middle of Rhetoric; fell ill; died March 29 1727 at Pera; buried in parish church there. Note: 'Dy'd of a Consumption ... Dy'd in the Quinta of Pera and was Berry'd in the Parish Church of Nossa Snra. do Monte' (BA 13, 207). *Lancaster, John see NORTH, John

LANGLEY, Robert [missioner 1680] Note: No entry for him. Oath Sept 8 1670; missionary oath and faculties July 17 1680 (OF and BA 215, 42). A3, 255 identifies him with Robert Woodruff: wrongly, since there are 2 missionary oaths and 2 sets of faculties. G, 224.

LANGLEY, Stephen, al. HOLDENBY [1711 STEPHANUS LANGLY, alias HOLDENBY, Londinensis, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] Filius fuit Holdenby Langly et Mariae Pegg Catholicorum. Huc appulit die 7 Iulii A.D. 1726, aetatis 15 quem adimplebit die 2 mensis Augusti proximo venturi stylo veteri, Collegiumque ingressus est ad Latinitatem. Sed minus aptus inventus ad studia, patris ordine in Angliam mittitur navemque ascendit die 16 Ianuarii A.D. 1728. 208; G, 224. (London.) Born Aug 2 1711, son of Holdenby Langley and Mary Pegg, Catholics. Came July 7 1726 for Latin. Not suited to studies so ordered home by his father: sailed Jan 16 1728. *Langton, John see BALDWIN, John

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LEIGHTON, William, al. Stanley [1638-1689] GULIELMUS LEIGHTON, alias STANLEY, Middlesexensis, nobilis [All in Tilden's hand:] Huius pater fuit Thomas Leighton Wigorniensis nobilis, mater vero Elizabeth Eure, ex familia Baronum de Eure. Hic natus est Londini. Literas humaniores incepit in Anglia. Un de huc appulit 26 Augusti A.D. 1654, cum esset an no rum sexdecim et duorum mensium, unus ex tertia missione ad Latinitatem. Habitum Collegii cum iuramento suscepit 1O.die Octobris anna 1655. Ordines minores 10 Martii anni 1656 feria 6 quatuor temporum Quadragesimae ab Episcopo Targensi in privato eiusdem sacello. Conclusiones physicas cum laude defendit publice sub D. Ioanne Barnesleo 10 Maii 1657. Ad subdiaconatum promotus est ab Episcopo Targensi in privato suo sacello 7 Martii 1661; item ad diaconatum die Sancti Gregorii Magni 12 Martii eiusdem anni; tandemque ad sacerdotium die 11 Iunii sabbato 4 temporum Pentecostes, cum fuerit dispensatus super defectum aetatis tredecim mensium per Breve Apostolicum a Sancto D. Nostro Alexandro Septimo concessum, et ab eodem Episcopo Targensi per sententiam suam confirmatam. Finito cursu theologico et facultatibus acceptis, in Angliam missus est 7 Septembris 1661. 50; A3, 130; G, 225. (Middlesex.) Son of Thomas Leighton of Worcestershire, of noble birth, and Elizabeth Eure, of the knightly family. Born in London. Began humanity in England. Arrived Aug 26 1654, aged 16 and 2 months; one of 3rd Latin mission. Oath Oct 10 1655. Minors March 10 1656. Defended Physics under Perrott May 10 1657. Subd. March 7 1661; diac. March 12; priesthood (with papal dispensation from canonical age) June 11. Finished Theology and sent to England with faculties Sept 7 1661. Note: Missionary oath Sept 4 1661 (BA 215, 21). LESTER, Francis [1704-1731] FRANCISCUS LESTER, Dorsestriensis, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] Hic fuit filius Francisci Lester et Rachaelis Tanner Protestantium, et ad hanc civitatem perveniens negotiandi causa, in domo D. Caroli Luin, mercatoris Angli, tyrocinium egit per aliquot annos, usque dum ex lectione librorum Catholicorum de controversiis, de errore in quo adhuc versatus fuerat convictus, auxiliante divina gratia, verae fidei lumini assentitus est et a R. Patre Guilhermo Mosely, huius Collegii Vice-Praeside, in gremium Ecclesiae Catholicae receptus. In hac fide per aliquot annos permanens et frequentibus tam ami co rum in Lusitania quam parentum in Anglia solicitatione et argumentis de religione appetitus immobilis permanens, consilium iniit se tantae Dei misercordiae non penitus ingratum praebere sed divino eius famulatui offerre, proindeque nullum non movere lapidem ut in Collegium admittatur. Ad quem assequendum finem ad Serenissimum Regem Portugalliae Ioannem V suppliciter se applicuit petiitque annuam pentionem qua in Collegio [po 204] sustentaretur; cui annuit pientissimus


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Rex. Sed diu huius benevolentiae prolongata mora, opera et zelo R. et religiosissimi Patris Fratis D. Alfonsi, Congregationis Benedictini Ordinis monachi, annuam pensionem septuaginta millia realium Collegio persolvendam pro eius victu et vestitu aliunde obtinuit, et in Collegium admissus est die 24 Decembris A.D. 1725 ad Latinitatem. Advertendum: R. hunc Benedictinum fuisse primogenitum et haeredem Ex. Vice-Comitis de Barbacena, qui regnum caelorum terrenis possessionibus quantumvis amplis praeferens, renunciavit saeculo et in Benedictinum ordinem se recepit. Gramaticae studiis per duos annos incubuit et non parvos in Latinitate fecit progressus. At Ex. D. ViceComite, qui annuam pensionem persolvit, (ut fertur) eiusdem pertaeso, e Collegio exiit die 24 Decembris anno 1727 ad Collegium Anglorum Romae iter directurus. 203-4; G, 226. (Dorset.) Son of Francis Lester and Rachel Tanner, Protestants. Was apprenticed in Lisbon for several years to Charles Lewin: came to the faith by reading Catholic books; received into Church by W. Mawdesley. Stayed firm, despite arguments of family and friends. Petitioned John V for a College pension, but a Benedictine, Fr Alphonsus, eldest son of Viscount of Barbacena, obtained one for him first, so he came Dec 24 1725 for Latin. Studied for 2 years, making good progress, but Viscount dropped him so he left Dec 24 1727, making for Rome. Note: 'This Gentleman went from hence to Room, was rec'd in the ColI. there; From thence was sent to St. Tomer's in Flanders, and from thence to the Noviship in order to become Jesuit, and in the Noviship he dy'd ... Anno Dni 1731' (BA 13, 214). Born Nov 2 1704; mother's name given as Taverner, when he arrived at English College, Rome April 16 1728; left for Flanders on medical advice July 19 1729; later entered Society (CRS 40, 180). LIDDELL, Thomas (1) [ -1724] THOMAS LIDDELLUS, Eboracensis, nobilis [All in E. Jones's hand] Appulit die 1 lanuarii 1688. Humanioribus literis studuit sub D. Francisco Petre, Philosophiae sub eodem et D. Eduardo lones, Theologiae sub D. Doctore Thoma Hall et Hieronymo Pryme. Juramentum Collegii praestitit die 12 lulii anno 1693, ordinibusque susceptis missionarius in Angliam rediit 19 lanuarii anno 1698, ubi etiamnum laborat. Die 11 Septembris A.D. 1716 huc iterum regressus ut sorores suas moniales Ordinis Sanctae Brigittae inviseret; in Collegio hospitatus usque ad 29 Maii anno 1717, quando navi impositus in patriam rediit ut negotia sua et redditus secure componeret; quo peracto Ulissiponem iterum petiit Collegium que ingressus est 27 lanuarii anno 1719. Die 20 Martii eiusdem anni in Concilio a Superioribus habito destinatus est Confessarius Collegii et die 2 Aprilis sequentis declaratus. Obiit. 126; A3, 135; G, 226. (Yorkshire.) Came Jan 1 1688 . Studied humanity under F. Petre, Philosophy under Petre and Jones, Theology under Hall and Pryme. Oath


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July 12 1693. Ordained . Went missioner to England Jan 19 1698 [BA 215,76], where he is still working. Sept 11 1716 returned to see his sisters at Syon; guest in College until May 29 1717, when he sailed home to settle his affairs. Returned; entered College Jan 27; chosen as Confessor March 20 1719. Died. Note: Diac. and priesthood Nov 11 and 18 1696 (OF). Sailed Jan 31 1698 (BA 13, 32) . Died July 29 1724 (Ushaw: OS/G 16, T. Eyre's list). LIDDELL, Thomas (2) [1717-1775] THOMAS LIDDELLUS, Eborasensis, nobilis [Jones's hand:] Anno 1735. Filius fuit Guilhermi Liddall armigeri et Mariae Dale, Catholic9rum. Cum esset 17 annorum aetatis quos adimpleverat mense Decembris proxime elapsi huc appulit 31 Martii A.D. 1735 ad Latinitatem. Iuramentum praestitit habitumque Collegii assumpsit 15 Septembris 1737. [Bernard's hand:] Die septimo Aprilis anni 1740, regularis disciplinae pertaesus, Collegium sponte reliquit. Sed cum per sex circiter hebdomadas in hac urbe mansisset, vel facti poenitens vel amicorum consilio, iterum admitti petiit. Petitioni Superiores primo non annuerunt; postea dignos poenitentiae fructus sperantes iterum admittendum et probandum esse censuerunt. Sacrum subdiaconatus ordinem suscepit die 23 Decembris anni 1741; diaconus ordinatus est die 27 eiusdem mens is et anni; presbyter ordinatus est die 21 Ianuarii anno 1742, et primum sacrum celebravit 28 eiusdem mensis. In Angliam reversus est die circiter 20 Ianuarii anno 1743.233; A4, 171 - 2; G, 226. (Yorkshire.) Son of William Liddell, and Mary Dale, Catholics. Came March 31 1735 for Latin; turned 17 the previous Dec. Oath Sept 15 1737. Tired of discipline, left of his own accord April 7 1740; 6 weeks later readmitted on trial. Subd. and diac. Dec 23 and 27 1741; priesthood Jan 21 1742. Went to England about Jan 20 1743. Note: His misdemeanours and punishments are recounted in detail in BA 131,28-34. Missionary oath Jan 16 1743 (BA 215, 106). Was at Wyc1iffe with his cousin Tunstall (Corr March 1743). Died May 12 1775 (CRS 12, 3). *Lincoln, James see AKERS, James LLOYD, John, al. BOWEN [1682IOANNES FLOYDAEUS vel LOYDAEUS, alias BOWENUS, Maridunensis in Wallia, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] Ioannes Loydaeus filius fuit Ioannis Loydaei et Margaritae Bowen. Pater Ecc1esiae Anglicanae errores semper professus est, mater autem fidem Catholicam, quae providit ut filius in Catholicae Ecc1esiae doctrina et disciplina educaretur. Huc appulit 3 Ianuarii A.D. 1699, aetatis 16 et sex circiter mensibus, Latinitate mediocriter instructus. A D. Fratre Petro de Foyos, Episcopo Bodniensi, Pro vis ore et Vicario


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Generali in Spiritualibus in hac dioecesi Ulyssiponensi, particulares ordines ex speciali commissione Ill. D. D. Ioannis a Sousa, Metropolitani Archiepiscopi Ulyssiponensis, in privato oratorio suo celebrante primam tonsuram et quatuor minorum ordinum gradus die 1 Octobris anna 1707 suscepit, die 2 eiusdem mensis et anni ad sacrum subdiaconatus ordinem, et die 9 eiusdem mens is et anni ad sacrum diaconatus ordinem, et denique die 16 eiusdem mensis et anni ad sacrum praesbyteratus ordinem promotus est. Theses de tot a Logica 5 Decembris an no 1705 sub Hieronymo Pryme pub lice defendit. Anno 1706 conc1usiones iterum de Phisica, Generatione et Corruptione, Anima et Metaphysica sub eodem D. Ieronymo Pryme cum laude propugnavit. Et denique 10 Ianuarii an no 1710 in Latinitatis Magistrum electus est. Iuramentum Collegii praestitit habitumque assumpsit 15 Septembris anni 1707. Hic ob repetitas discipulorum querelas a munere humaniores literas edocendi depositus 24 Maii anna 1710 ad missionem obeundam destinatus est, quamque suscepit 20 Aprilis anna 1711 et in Angliam navigavit. At posteaquam aliquot annos in animarum salutem procurandam insumpserat, cum in Collegio deerat qui literas humaniores edoceret, iterum ad Collegium ex Anglia missus est idque munus sus cepit die 23 mens is Iulii, appulitque 13 Iulii A.D. 1720. Quo cursu expleto iterum in patriam rediit. 93; A3, 135-6; G, 198. (Carmarthenshire.) Son of John Lloyd, an Anglican, and Margaret Bowen, a Catholic, who brought him up a Catholic. Arrived Jan 3 1699, aged 16 and a half, with some Latin. Oct 1707: 1 tons. and minors; 2 subd.; 9 diac.; 16 priesthood. Defended Logic under Pryme Dec 1705, Physics and Metaphysics in 1706. Oath Sept 15 1707. Latin Master Jan 10 1710. Dismissed from teaching humanity because of repeated complaints from students May 24 1710. Sent missioner to England April 20 1711 [BA 215, 88]. Recalled to teach humanity, arrived July 13 1720. Returned to England on completing course. Note: Born in Carmarthenshire; brought up in Monmouthshire. Was 17 on May 25 1699. In 1710 was on trial as Latin Master 'because his demeanour was much suspected by ye Superiors' (BA 13, 128). Soon removed because he 'put his whole School into so implacable a ferment' (BA 131, 5). In Aug 1722 had to retract calumnies he had written about College in a letter to England (BA 131, 8-11). LLOYD, William [1614-1679] GUILIELMUS FLOYD, Maredmensis in Wallia, nobilis [Pickford's hand:] Hic patre Waltero Floyd natus, in patria lit eras humaniores accepit. Mox unus ex tertia missione huc destinatus est, cum annum aetatis vigesimum primum paene expleret. Appulit 1 Octobris 1635. Anno vero sequenti [po 13] Kalendis Aprilis cursum Philosophiae incepit. Habitum mox cum iuramento Collegii accepit 29 Iunii. Logicam sub R. D. Onuphrio Elisaeo pub lice magna cum laude defendit anno 1637 7 Martii in festo Divi Thomae Aquinatis. Anno vero 1638 universam Philosophiam Naturalem sub eodem propugnavit 11 Octobris. Et 21


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Decembris eiusdem anni, qui primus ei fuit in Sacra Theologia, subdiaconatum, 2 vero Ianuarii sequentis anni 1639 diaconatum, presbyteratum mox 26 Aprilis subsequentis ab Ill. Protectore accepit. Iuvenis magnae spei, nisi quod languore stomachi valde premitur. Primam vero tonsuram et ordines minores suscepit ab Ill. Protectore 3 Aprilis 1638. [Clarence's hand:] Die 16 Iunii 1641 publicas theses ex materia de Visione Beata et Sci entia Dei cum magno omnium applausu defendit sub D. Onuphrio Elisaeo. Et 15 eiusdem mensis 1642 materiam Incarnationis defendit sub D. Francisco Claytono. [Pickford's hand:] Tandem fmitis studiis, habito prius examine et praestito iuramento cum promissione adnexa, in Galliam Parisios ad illud Collegium missionarius abiit 29 Iunii 1642. [Later addition in John Manley's hand:] Anno 1679 morte damnatus apud Brecknock in WaHia australi moritur in carcere una septimana ante diem executioni destinatam. Ita Ill. et R. D. D. Richardus Challoner in libro cui titulus Memoirs of Missionary Priests, part 2, pagina mihi 442. Editione 1742. 12- 13; A2, 202; G, 198. (Carmarthenshire.) Son of Walter Lloyd; studied humanity in Wales. Chosen for 3rd mission when 21, arrived Oct 1 1635, started Philosophy April 1; oath June 29 1636. Defended Logic under Waring March 1637 and Natural Philosophy Oct 1638. Tons. and minors April 3 1638; subd. Dec 21; diac. Jan 2 and priesthood April 26 1639. A very promising young man, except that he suffers badly from stomach trouble. Defended theological theses under Waring June 1641 and under Whitaker June 1642. After final examination took oath and left a missioner for College at Paris June 29 1642. [Added by Manley]: In 1679 he was condemned to death at Brecon, but died in prison a week before day of execution, see Challoner's Memoirs of Missionary Priests, II, 442. Note: Missionary oath June 21 1642 (BA 215, 6). Copy of his will in Wills. The College at Paris is presumably the short-lived Tournay College, of which W. Clifford was the first Superior: see A. F. Allison, 'Richard Smith's Gallican backers and Jesuit opponents. Part II', RH 19, 3,268- 71. LOCKE, Richard [1695RICARDUS LOCK, Devoniensis, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] Filius fuit Ricardi Locke et Hannae Hodder Protestantium. Hic post aliqua studia percursa in Universitate Oxoniensi, ad fidem Catholicam a R. Patre Clarke Societatis Iesu reconciliatus, ad Collegium Anglorum Romae missus est, ubi Philosophiam audivit, et Theologiae limine salutato, ob ali quam discordiam cum Patribus habitam, e Collegio discessit inque Angliam reversus. Ulissiponem ab Ill. et R. D. D. Bonaventura Madaurensi Vicario Apostolico missus, Collegium ingressus est die 16 Martii A.D. 1725, aetatis suae trigessimo, quem adimplebit menseMaii proximo adveniente. Ordinibus minoribus Romae rite susceptis ab Episcopo [blank], ab Ill. et R. D. D. Ioanne Archiepiscopo Lacdemoniae in templo Patrum Societatis Iesu Divo Rocho sacro ordines conferrente ad subdiaconatum promotus est die 22 Decembris A.D. 1725,


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et die sequenti ad habitum Collegii et iuramentum admissus. Die 27 ad diaconatum et tandem trigessimo eiusdem mensis et anni ad sacrum praesbyteratum ab eodem Ill. D. promovebatur. Die 1 lunii A.D. 1726 cum facultatibus missionarii in patriam reversus est. 201; A4, 175; G, 226-7. (Devon.) Born May 1695, son of Richard Locke and Hannah Hodder, Protestants. After some study at Oxford, converted by Fr Clarke, S.J. Sent to English College, Rome, where he completed Philosophy. Fell out with Jesuits and returned to England . Sent by Bishop Giffard, came March 16 1725. Subd. and oath 22-23; diac. 27 and priesthood 30 Dec 1725. Went missioner to England June 1 1726 [BA 215,96] . Note: Went to English College, Rome July 28 1717; left Jan 15 1718; readmitted April 22 1722; minors Feb 20 and March 13 1723; expelled Aug 30 1724 (CRS 40, 158-9). *Lostock, Peter see HOLFORD, Peter LOTT, John [arrived c.1803] Note: Besides his name there is only 'North' for 'Northern District' (BA 4). Not in G. LOVEDEN, Anthony, al. AYLIFFE [c.l631ANTONIUS AYLEFFE, alias LOVEDEN, Hamptoniensis, nobilis [Pickford's hand:] Huius pater fuit Antonius Loveden Catholicus. Literas humaniores incepit in Anglia. Huc missus est a Clero unus ex secunda missione ad Latinitatem. Huc appulit 20 Martii 1648, cum esset annorum 17 circiter. Ex Grammatica ad Syntaxim secundum praemium habuit 18 Augusti 1648. [Whitaker's hand:] A.D. 1653, absoluto cursu Philosophiae sub D. Godeno, causatus aegritudinem mense Martio in civitatem abiit vestibus laicis usurus, [Tilden's hand:] et post mens em unum vel alterum in Angliam discessit. Inde post aliquod tempus rediens Conimbricam profectus medicinae operam dedit. 41; G, 227. (Hampshire.) Son of Anthony Loveden, a Catholic. Began humanity in England. Sent by Clergy in 2nd Latin mission. Arrived March 20 1648, aged about 17. 2nd prize at end of Grammar Aug 1648. Finished Philosophy under Tilden. March 1653: ill; left College and lived in Lisbon in lay clothes. Left for England after a month or two . Returned after a while and went to Coimbra to study medicine. LUCAS, Henry, al. Francis XAVIER [1709FRANCISCUS ZAVIER, Londinensis, honesto loco natus, alias HENRICUS LUCAS [All in E. Jones's hand:] Hic fuit filius Henrici Lucas et Henerettae Lucas, Protestantium, qui in navi Onoraria huic civitati accedens, furtim se a navi seduxit et ad Lusitanum quendam se recepit cum voluntate


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amplectendi fidem Catholicam; quod et consecutus est baptismumque sub conditione in ecclesia Divi Rochae dicata suscipiens Francisci Zaverii nomen est sortitus. Per annum fere integrum in civitate commoratus, tandem ad pedes Ioannis V, Serenissimi Portugalliae Regis, cum petitione supplici se devolvens, Maiestati Suae supplicavit ut Prezidi huius Collegii in mandatis daret ut in eodem convictor reciperetur. Cui benignissime annuens pientissimus Rex, per literas Secretarii sui ordinavit ut in Collegio hospitaretur pro tempore unius anni, et septuaginta millia realia huius monetae pro victu et vestitu eius a Thesurario Secretorum Sumptuum persolvenda decrevit. Ingressus est Collegium die 15 Augusti [in margin: anno 1722] ad Latinitatem, aetatis suae 13, quem compleverat die 3 Maii proximo elapsi. Literis humanis, videlicet Latinitati, incubuit sub D. Thoma Hesketh usque ad ¡vigessimum tertium Septembris anno 1723, quando Collegium reliquit et ad Patres Societatis abiit. Anno 1725 furtim in navem Anglam se recipiens in patriam rediit. 194; not in G. (London.) Born May 3 1709, son of Henry and Henrietta, Protestants; came here on Onoraria; slipped away to house of a Portuguese, with intention of becoming a Catholic; baptised in church of St Roch. Stayed in Lisbon nearly a year. Petitioned John V to order President to receive him as a convictor: sent to College for one year Aug 15 1722. Studied Latin under T. Hesketh until Sept 23 1723, when he left College and went to Jesuits. In 1725 he ran away and sailed on an English ship to England. LUCY, Edward [c.l630EDUARD US LUCY, Hartfordiensis sed natus Gandavi in Flandria, nobilis et convictor [Pickford's hand:] Huius pater fuit D. Henricus Lucy Catholicus et dux peditum in Flandria. Latinitatem incepit Parisiis. Postea ex Anglia huc missus est a Clero unus ex secunda missione ad Latinitatem. Appulit 15 Augusti 1647 an no rum circiter 17. Ex Grammatica ad Syntaxim tertium praemium habuit 18 Augusti 1648. [H. Waring's hand:] Post tres vero annos in Latinitate insumptos, cum ad Logicam pervenisset eius difficultate defatigatus et studiorum pertaesus, militiae nomen dare deliberavit. Et tandem, non petit a Praesidis licentia, in classe Principis Ruperti, tunc temp oris ab hoc portu solvente, clanculum sese mari comisit die 22 Octobris A.D. 1650. 36; G, 227. (Hertfordshire.) Son of Henry Lucy, a Catholic infantry-officer in Flanders. Began Latin in Paris. Sent by Clergy from England in 2nd Latin mission. Arrived Aug 15 1647, aged about 17. 3rd prize at end of Grammar Aug 1648. After 3 years of Latin found Logic too difficult. Enrolled as a soldier. Without President's permission went to sea from Lisbon with Prince Rupert's fleet October 22 1650. Note: May be the Edward Lucy who lodged in College May-July 1659 (see entry for John Jarrett). *Lutton, Edward see ELRINGTON, Edward


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MacCARTY, James [c.l727IACOBUS MACCARTY, Londinensis, honesto loco natus [All in Preston's hand:] Filius Caroli Maccarty, tabellorum pictoris, et Catharinae Tourner, uxoris eius, annos natus undecim, quos adimplevit die [blank]. Collegium ingressus est 5 Maii anno Salutis 1738 et ad Latinitatem admissus est. 241; not in G. (London.) Son of Charles MacCarthy, a painter of pictures, and Catherine Turner. Came May 5 1738 for Latin, aged 11. Left July 1746 (BA 217, July 9: BA 4 wrongly says Joseph MacCarty left then; they may be brothers.) MacCARTY, Joseph [left 1754] [Columnar entry, BA 4:] Oath Dec 19 1750; left July 1746 [see note]. Not in G. Note: According to CCL 1753 he arrived Aug 14 1749, but there is a Latin exercise of his from 1746 in C&E. June 7 1754 'being judged by the Council unfit for our State of Life upon information of his being guilty of very considerable faults, was dismissed from the House, he also consenting to go sine strepitu' (BA 131, 52). May be brother of James, who did leave in July 1746. McDONALD, Daniel [1742[Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born June 24 1742; baptised July 4; confirmed April 19 1756 by Challoner; admitted Aug 23 1757. Not in G. Note: Left early 1761 (Corr). McDONNELL, Daniel [1785[Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born London Oct 1 1785, son of Barnaby and Margaret; admitted Feb 19 1802. Not in G. Note: July 17 1808 left College on account of French usurpation; ordained in England (BA 215, 145). MACKWORTH, Thomas, al. PILKINGTON [1692-1734] THOMAS MACKWORTH, alias PILKINGTONUS, Londinensis, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] Filius Thomae Mackworth et Mariae Pilkington; huc appulit die 11 Martii an no 1707, aetatis 15. Latinitatem aggressus sub D. Christophoro Ienkinsono; cum Rhetorices limina salutaverat, peracto Poeseos studio, in patriam regressus est 15 Octobris anno 1710, Romamque petens in Collegio Anglorum tituli Sancti Thomae Cantuariensis receptus Philosophiae studiis incumbit anno 1714. Finitis studiis ordinibusque susceptis missionarius in Angliam rediit. 131; A4, 182- 3; G, 227. (London.) Son of Thomas Mackworth and Mary Pilkington. Came March 11 1707, aged 15. Studied humanity under Jenkinson; at end of Poetry


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returned home Oct 15 1710. Went to English College, Rome and is studying Philosophy 1714. Completed studies; ordained; went missioner to England. Note: From parish of St Andrew, Holborn (BA 13, 150). Born April 5 1692 (N.S.) . Entered English College, Rome Dec 3 1711; ordained April 11 1716; left for England April 21 1718 (CRS 40, 146- 7). Died Jan 11 1734 (CRS 12, 4). *Mahon/Mahun, Christopher see BIRD, Christopher MAIRE, John [c.l690IOANNES MAIRE, Lancastriensis, nobilis [All in E. Jones's hand:] Filius Ioannis Maire et Caterinae Hesqueth. Ad Collegium accessit die 26 Octobris anna 1708, aetatis 18. Latinitatem aggreditur sub D. Christoph oro Ienkinsono. Relictis studiis in patriam discessit 19 Ianuarii anna 1711. 132; not in G. (Lancashire.) Son of John Maire and Catherine Hesketh. Came Oct 26 1708, aged 18. Started Latin under Jenkinson. Gave up study and went home Jan 19 1711. Note: From Salmesbury; came 'for a triall of his vocation' (BA 13, 159). MANLEY, John, al. MASTERS and THORPE [1680-1755] IOANNES THORPE, alias MASTERS [inserted by Manley: alias MANLEY], Hantoniensis, honesto loco natus [E. Jones's hand:] Filius Ioannis Masters, sectae Protestanticae Clerici, et uxoris eius Mariae, item Masters. Appulit ad Collegium die 2 Februarii anna 1692, habens aetatis annos duodecim completos et unum amplius mensem. Literis humanioribus studuit sub D. Georgio Slaughter usque ad mensem Septembris 1695. Exinde Philosophiae studuit sub D. Eduardo Iones et praedicto Georgio Slaughter tres annos integros. Collegii iuramentum praestitit in manibus R. D. Matthiae Watkinsoni Praesidis die 30 Martii an no 1697. Eodem anna die 4 Iulii conclusiones de Ente Rationis, Praedicabilibus et Praedicamentis defendit sub D. Eduardo Iones. Die 20 Decembris eiusdem anni primam tonsuram et 4 ordines minores suscepit. Die 7 Iulii anna 1698 conclusiones super 8 libros Physicorum, duos De Generatione et Corruptione, et tres De Anima sub D. Georgio Slaughtero faeliciter propugnavit. Anno 1698 15 Septembris Sacrae Theologiae studia incepit, in qui bus 4 annos integros complevit sub Magistro D. Hieronymo Pryme Praelectore et D. Eduardo lones, Lectore Secundario. Anno 1699 die 17 Iunii alias conclusiones philosophicas, videlicet logico-metaphysicas, cum laude defendit, iam theologus, sub D. Eduardo Iones. Anno 1700 die 13 Decembris conclusiones de Virtutibus Theologicis defendit sub D. Hieronymo Pryme. Anno 1701 die 11 Augusti sub eodem Magistro conclusiones de augustissimo Eucharistiae sacramento et Missae sacrificio defendit, quas


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Ex. D. Emmanueli Tellesio Sylvio, Marchioni Alegretensi, dedicavit. Anno 1702 die 22 lulii conclusiones de ineffabili Trinitatis mysterio defendit sub eodem D. Hieronymo Pryme. Eodem anna eiusdemque mensis die 30 sacrum subdiaconatum suscepit. Eodem anna die 15 Septembris incepit literas humaniores docere: eiusdem anni eiusdemque mensis die 23 sacrum diaconatum suscepit, ac tandem eodem anna die 23 Decembris ad sacrum praesbyteratum promotus est, Sanctissimo D. Clemente Papa Undecimo dispensationem concedente tredecim mensium de aetate ad illum ordinem suscipiendum requisita. Quatuor annos literas humaniores professus est [po 135] quorum duos priores Grammaticae, reliquos duos Poesi et Rhetoricae docendis incubuit. Circa finem ultimi anni quo literas humaniores profitebatur rogatus est num vellet ad Philosophiam legendam docendamque procedere, cui muneri respondit se imparem fuisse sine socio, quem concedere non est visum Superioribus, qui proinde totum Philosophiae legendae officium D. losepho Gildono commiserunt. Quare factum est ut a die 15 Septembris anna 1706 usque ad 8 Aprilis anna 1709 nullo munere functus sit; quo tempore missionem non semel a Superioribus petiit, sed detentus est. Die 8 Aprilis anna 1709 Philosophiae Lector constitutus est, ut Petrum Lostockum in ea scientia instrueret, donec futurus cursus ad illa aggredienda studia idonius reperiatur. Anno 1698 Bibliothecae cur am suscepit, cui ad meliorem formam redigendae (erat enim admodum confusa) et librorum indici alphabetico conficiendo multum insudavit. Dum valetudinarii praefecturam gereret infirmos post secundam sanguinis emissionem monere solebat ut peccatorum exomologesin quantocyus facerent ut se ad mortem (si Domino videretur) obeundam paratiores invenirentur, ita sibi expresse praecipiente D. Francisco Petre tunc Vice-Praeside. Anno 1710 die 24 Maii, cum D. loannes Floydaeus, ob repetitas querelas discipulorum a docendi liter as humaniores officio depositus, ad missionem obeundam destinatus fuerit, iterum eas literas edocere sus cepit per aliquot menses, donec alius ex Anglia ad id vocatus adveniret. Anno 1710 die 30 Septembris in Studiorum Praefectum electus est. Anno 1711 cum tanti oneris subeundi, videlicet Philosophiam edocendi, se minus idoneum reperiret, illud munus deposuit. Tandem eodem anna 1711 die 22 Septembris facultatibus missionis susceptis in Angliam navigavit. Illic multos post annos in animabus Domino lucrandis et maxime in pueris erudiendis in Christianae doctrinae primisque Gramatices rudimentis faeliciter absumptos, cum Ex. Protectori placuisset ut D. Eduardus lanes locum et officium Praesidis alteri cederet, ab Ill. et R. Bonaventura Episcopo Madaurensi cum patentibus praelaturae literis Ulissiponem rernititur, Collegiumque ingressus die 28 Augusti A.D. 1729 eiusdem regimen suscepit duodecimus Praeses die 16 Septembris sequentis. In quo munere summo cum zelo laboravit per triennium, donec officii pertaesus ex eiusdem Ill. Madaurensis venia et consensu patentes in manus predecesoris iterum deposuit, die 8 Septembris anna 1732, qui curam


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gubernationemque familiae reassumpsit, donec aliter de ea disponendum eidem Ill. D. fuerit visum. [po 222] Navem mercatoriam conscendens ex hoc portu in patriam solvit die 11 eiusdem mens is annique. [Manley's hand:] Interim dum officio Praesidis fungeretur, a Clero Anglicano electus est in Canonicum Capituli anno [blank]. Tandem post septem fere annos missionis, iterum destinatus est Praeses ab Ill. et R. D. Beniamino Episcopo Prusensi, in Anglia Vicario Apostolico, simulque in generalibus comitiis Capituli Anglicani mense lulii promotus est in Archidiaconum Essexiae, Hertfordiae et Bedfordiae. Collegium ingressus est 13 Octobris 1739. Sed dicto Praesidis officio fungi coepit die 28 Octobris eiusdem anni 1739, postquam illud officium fere biennium vacasset a morte R. D. Eduardi lones. [Bernard's hand:] .4b illo die usque ad diem primum Novembris, Omnibus Sanctis sacrum, officio Praesidis summo zelo et disciplinae domesticae amore functus est, vir integer rimae vitae et candore morum commendabilis. Die primo Novembris hora fere decima cum ad sacrum solemne celebrandum confessione sacramentali se praeparasset, dum atrium prope vestibulum deambularet universa civitas diro terrae motu agitari caepit. Crescente motu et horrendo mugitu terrae, dum scholares trepidi huc illuc diffugiunt, ipse mente confusus et nescius quid esset ad portam Collegii fugientes insecutus est et revocabat. Sed cum magis ac magis omnia trepidarent et ipsum pavimentum sus deque ferretur, in vestibulo domus bis cecidit, et antequam surgere iterum posset turris ruentis mole oppressus est et sub immenso lapidum ruderumque pondere sepultus. Exinde multo labore erutus post aliquot dies sepultus est ad altare Beatae Virginis ut saepe dum in vivis erat exoptaverat. R.I.P. Modicum quod usibus suis vivus substraxerat Collegio reliquit. 123, 135 & 222; A3, 143- 4; G, 227-8. (Hampshire.) Son of John Masters and his wife, Mary, also called Masters. Arrived Feb 2 1692, aged 12. Studied humanity under Slaughter until Sept 1695. Studied Philosophy for 3 years under Jones and Slaughter. Oath March 30 1697; defended Logic under Jones July; tons. and minors Dec 20. Defended Physics and Psychology under Slaughter July 1698. Began Theology Sept 15; studied for 4 years under Pryme and Jones. Defended philosophical theses under Jones June 1699; in Theology: Virtues under Pryme Dec 1700; Eucharist Aug 1701; Trinity July 1702. Subd. July 30 1702. Master of Humanity Sept 15 1702. Diac. Sept 23; priesthood Dec 23 1702, with papal dispensation from canonical age. Taught humanity 4 years. Unwilling to teach Philosophy by himself, so Gildon was appointed and Manley had no office from Sept 1706 to April 1709, but was not allowed to go on mission. April 8 1709 made Philosophy Lecturer for Holford. Took charge of Library 1698; worked hard at tidying and cataloguing it. Infirmarian. May 24 1710 temporary Master of Humanity to replace Lloyd; Sept 30 Prefect of Studies. Gave up teaching Philosophy 1711 and went missioner to England Sept 22 [BA 215, 89].


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Spent many years working for souls and teaching boys grammar. Sent by Bishop Giffard when Protector wanted Jones replaced; arrived Aug 28 1729; took over as President Sept 16. Worked zealously for 3 years; allowed to hand over to Jones Sept 8 1732; left on 11. Made President again by Bishop B. Petre. Entered College Oct 13 1739; took office October 28. Killed in Lisbon earthquake Nov 1 1755. Buried at altar of Blessed Virgin. Left what he had to College. Note: Paid for by Gother (BA 13, 32 & 142). His student notes on scripture 1698- 99 are in BA 239. Theses defended in Aug 1701 are in Teaching. Left for England Sept 26 1711. School he taught in was at Twyford: in 1725 it had about 20 boys (CRS 42, 124). 'He was chosen a Chapterman in England an no 1730. And ... he was in a General Assembly of the Chapter chosen Archdeacon of Essex, Hertfordshire & Bedfordshire July 13th 1739' (Manley's own note, BA 13, 142). In Corr there are 28 letters to him from various people and 138 from John Shepperd, all from 2nd period as President. Manley's own letter-books of 1739-55 are BA 217- 18 (see JM for a description). 4 sermons in Sermons. *Manley, Robert see CHARNOCK, Robert; Mansell, William see CLIFFORD, William MANSFIELD, Francis [arrived 1699] FRANCISCUS MANSFEILDUS nobilis [All in E. Jones's hand:] Huc appulit 7 Ianuarii 1699 ad Latinitatem. Cum ad Collegii fin em inidoneus repertus sit, e Collegio dimissus in Galliam navigavit 21 Martii 1703. 175; not in G. Came Jan 7 1699 for Latin. Dismissed because unsuitable; sailed for France March 21 1703. Note: 'Francis Mansfeild came to ye Colledge one ye 7th of January 1699. sent by Sr Daniel Arthur upon his found of 400 principall having been at St Tomers some time but forced to leave that Colledge ye aire not agreeing wth his constitution. He ran away from ye Colledge on ye 26th of 8ber, 1702 & carryed with a lased shirt of Mr Francis Pickerings Junior & 3 handketshifts on boad ye Lime Littchmore comander ... On ye 21 of March 1703 he was sent to haver de Grace in a french shipe named The Virgen of Grace of St Malo in order to be remitted to Sr Daniel Arthur' (BA 13, 125). Father's name Edward, mother's Catherine Windebank. Admitted to English College, Rome May 12 1713; left in poor health May 11 1714 (CRS 40, 149). MANWARING, John, al. ASKEW [c.1692-1714] IOANNES ASKEW, alias MANWARINGUS, Cestrensis, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] Huius pater fuit Carolus Manwaringus, mater Margarita Rouce. Ad fidem Catholicam una cum matre aD. Ioanne


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lones, alias Vane, perductus, Collegium accessit A.D. 1708, aetatis 16 et sex insuper mensibus, mediocriter in Latinitate instructus. Humaniorum literarum feliciter fmitis studiis Philosophiam ingressus est sub moderamine DD . Guilhermi Maudsley et Petri Lostock. Iuramentum praestitit habitumque Collegii assumpsit'die 21 Decembris anno 1711. Nono Augusti anno 1714 vigilia Sancti Laurencii dolore capite afflictus ad lectum se recepit. Exinde ingravescente morbo et spreta medicinarum vi in febrim deliria alvique [?] profluvium prorumpente, Ecclesiae sacramentis munitus die 17 et octavo eiusdem Sancti, candidatus iam Theologiae, in Domino obdormivit sepultusque iacet intra cancellos ad pedem altaris Beatae Mariae Virginis de Pace. R.I.P. 95; not in G. (Cheshire.) Son of Charles Manwaring and Margaret Rouse. With his mother converted by John Vane. Came 1708, aged 16 and a half, with some Latin. Completed humanity successfully; studied Philosophy under W. Mawdesley and Holford. Oath Dec 21 1711. Fell ill with headache Aug 9 1714 and died on 17. Buried at altar of Our Lady of Peace. Note: From Middlewich, Cheshire. Came Oct 26 1708, aged about 18 (BA 13, 158).

MARSH, Joseph Brian [1783-1857] [Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born Manchester Sept 15 1783, son of Edward Marsh and Mary Whitehouse; baptised by Rowland Broomhead; admitted March 27 1798. G, 228. Note: Arrived at Crook Hall July 30 1803; ordained at Ushaw May 24 1809 (Ushaw: Diary and Ordinations). MARSHALL, Thomas [arrived 1674] THOMAS MARSHALL, convictor [All in E. Jones's hand:] Huc appulit 27 Novembris 1674 ad Latinitatem. Quando aut quomodo discessit, quinam parentes, quos progressus fecit, nos latet. 178; not in G. Came Nov 27 1674 for Latin. Note: Russell warned Watkinson 'you'd doe well to have an eye to Marshal, ill example in a Community serpit ut cancer' (RRL Sept 29 1677). MARSLAND, John [1738-1817] [Columnar entry, BA 4:] Admitted Nov 23 1752. A4, 185; G, 229. Note: Born Nov 25 1738 (CCL 1753). Back in England by May 25 1756 (Corr). Went to Douai College July 9 1756: ordained 1763; CRS 63,4134 summarises his career. Died Aug 9 1817 (CRS 12, 135). *Martin, Anthony see SMITH, Anthony; Martin, Edward see BIDDLECOMB, Martin; Martin, George see BARRETT, George


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MARTIN, Richard [1746[Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born Feb 14 and baptised Feb 16 1746; confirmed June 211757 by Challoner; admitted June 12 1761; oath Nov 1 1763; left March 4 1770. G, 229.

*Martinez, Anthony see SMITH, Anthony MASON, Laurence [arrived 1670] LAURENTIUS MASONUS, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] Huc appulit 3 Decembris 1670 ad Latinitatem, sed epilepsia affectus ad finem Collegii inidoneus Angliam petiit. Rursumque Ulissiponi rediens ad Ordinem Sanctae Brigittae transiit, ubi per plures annos sacris in serviens tandem eodem morbo interiit. 176; G, 229. Came for Latin Dec 3 1670; unsuitable because of epilepsy; went to England. Returned to Lisbon; joined Bridgettines; died of same illness several years later. Note: Oath Sept 8 1677 (Oaths). Left Oct 1681 'being judgd unfit by reason of his sickly, & infirm constitution' (BA 13, 27). MASON , Thomas [1719-1751] THOMAS MASON, Lancastriensis, honesto loco natus [E. Jones's hand:] Filius Guilhermi Mason Protestantis et Doroteae Gate Catholicae, 11 annorum aetatis quam adimplebit die 11 Octobris proxime venturi; cum Gramatices rudimenta aliqualiter delibaverat, huc missus est a Clero Anglicano Collegiumque ingressus die 20 Iulii A.D. 1733 ad Latinitatem. Iuramentum praestitit habitumque Collegii assumpsit 15 Septembris A.D. 1737. [Bernard's hand:] Adolescens aptae ad studia, praecipue ad Poesim, indolis, sed iugi impatientis. Mense Augusti 1738 e Collegio aufugit et cum per duodecim dies in urbe mansisset, iterum admissus est, rogante Serenissimo Infante D. D. Antonio. Sed hac Superiorum indulgentia nihilo melior effectus iterum aufugit; readmissionem postulantis petitio reiecta est. Quare in Angliam navigavit, un de Romam petens in Collegium Anglorum sub regimine Patrum Societatis Iesu admissus est. Nec diu cum illis mansit, sed cum Procuratore Benedictinorum Anglorum Romae egit ut ad novitiatum in Germania in monasterio vulgo dicto Lambspring admitteretur. Post sex circiter menses huius vitae pertaesus in Angliam remeavit ibique cum Episcopo Districtus Londinensis egit ut iterum in Collegium Lisbonense admitteretur, quo secundo appulit die ultimo Novembris anni 1742. Ibi varia fortuna nunc spem de se dabat, nunc conceptam frustrabat. Ordines minores sus cepit 31 Maii 1743; mense Iunii eiusdem anni conclusiones theologicas de Eucharistia et Paenitentia defendit sub D.


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Ioanne Preston. Subdiaconus factus est et diaconus tempore Quadragesimae 1744. Die 12 Iunii 1745 sabbato quatuor temporum Pentecostes sacerdos factus, postero die primum sacrum celebravit. Missione accepta in patriam navigavit mense Decembris anni 1746. Mortuus est anno 1751. R.LP. 228; A4, 186-7; G, 229. (Lancashire.) Born Oct 111722 [or 1719, see note], son of William Mason, a Protestant, and Dorothy Gate, a Catholic. Sent by Clergy, with a little Latin; came July 20 1733. Oath Sept 15 1737. Good at studies but insubordinate. Ran away Aug 1738; after 12 days in the city readmitted at request of Infante Dom Antonio. Ran away again; not readmitted. Sailed to England; thence to Rome; soon went to Lambspring. Gave that up after 6 months; went to England: returned here Nov 30 1742. Minors May 31 1743; in June 'defended theological theses under Preston. Subd. and diac. Lent 1744; priesthood June 12 1745. Went missioner to England Dec 1746. Died 1751. Note: Was nearly 14 when he arrived (according to BA 13, 190). 'Run away on the 18th of August 1738. Re-admitted into the College August the 30th. 1738. Run away the 2d. time October ye 28 1738' (BA 14, 132). Arrived at English College, Rome 1739 (month not given); left Sept 10 1741 for Lambspring (CRS 40, 195). Challoner asked College to readmit him (Corr Oct 1742), but in Aug 1749 declined Dicconson's offer to let him serve in London District (Ushaw: UCM 2, 70). Missionary oath Dec 17 1746 (BA 215, 112). Died June 16 1751 (CRS 12, 8). *Masters, John see MANLEY, John MAWDESLEY, Henry [missioner 1680] HENRICUS MAUDELSEY [All in E. Jones's hand:] Missionem cum facultatibus missionarii sus cepit die 22 Septembris anno 1680 laboravitque in animabus lucrandis usque dum frenesi correptus ab eo officio destitit. 104; A3, 145; G, 229. Missionary faculties Sep 22 1680 [BA 215, 44]. Worked for souls until he went mad. Note: Brother of Richard. Oath Sept 8 1677 (Oaths). His faculties are in OF. MAWDESLEY, Richard [ -c.1686] RICHARDUS MAUDSLEIUS [All in E. Jones's hand:] Accessit ad Collegium 5 Iulii anno 1674. Finitis studiis ordinibusque sacris cum sacerdotio sumptis, die 14 Septembris 1680 factus est Lector Philosophiae, 16 Novembris 1681 Collegii Confessarius, et 7 Novembris 1682 Lector Theologiae Vesperarius. Primoque quadriennali cursu finito paulo post pie requievit in Domino [added at end: omnibus sacramentis munitus], sepultusque iacet ad pedes


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altaris Beatae Mariae Virginis de Pace intra cancellos. R.LP. 102; A3, 145; G, 229. Came July 5 1674. Ordained. Philosophy Lecturer Sept 14 1680; Confessor Nov 16 1681; Theology Lecturer Nov 7 1682. Soon after the 4-year course died; buried at altar of Our Lady of Peace. Note: Brother of Henry. Oath Sep 8 1677 (Oaths). MAWDESLEY IMOSELY, William [ -1733] GULIELMUS MAUDSLY, alias MOSELY, Lancastriensis, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] Appulit mense Martii anna 1688. Humanioribus literis incubuit sub D. Francisco Petre, Philosophiae sub eodem et D. Eduardo lones. Sub hoc ultimo conclusiones physicas cum laude defendit die 21 Maii anna 1694, alias que de Ortu et Interitu et Anima sub eodem Magistro die 2 Maii anna 1695. Theologiam audivit sub D. Thoma Hall et D. Hieronymo Pryme. Habitum Collegii suscepit die 12 lulii anna 1693. Finitis studiis ordinibusque susceptis missionarius in Angliam regress us est die 19 lanuarii anna 1698, ubi adhuc laborat. Die 18 lanuarii anna 1710 a Superioribus in Concillio decretum est ut unus ex tribus denominaretur qui Philosophiam in Collegio edoceret, hucque appulit 14 Augusti anna 1710. Die 15 Septembris eiusdem anni in Confessarium Collegii electus est. 1 lanuarii anna 1711 Procuratoris munus assumpsit, et mense Novembris eodem anna Philosophiam edocere aggressus est. Anno 1712 mensis lanuarii die 13 loannem Lathwel, filium Danielis et Mariae Lathwel Northamptoniensium, a Protestantium errore ad fidem Catholicam adduxit. Post sex circiter menses in Theologia edocenda consumpserat, Confessarius Monialium Anglarum Ordinis Salvatoris relicto munere in Hiberniam patriam suam (Hibernus enim erat) rediit, quo facto Moniales apud Ill. Nuntium [in margin: Vincentius Brilius, Archiepiscopus Laodiceae] egerant ut a Praeside obtineret Patrem Guilhermum Mosely, qui iis eo in officio inserviret, usque dum alium ex Anglia ad id munus obeundum accersire potuerint, quo Ill. Nuntii desideriis annuente die 12 Maii anna 1715 e Collegio ad Monasterium discessit. Anno 1716 die 26 Septem bris votis Concilii in Collegii VicePraesidem nominatus, et die 15 Septembris anna 1719 officium VicePraesidis sus cepit per patentes litter as ab Ill. D. D. Bonaventura Giffard, Episcopo Madaurensi, Vicario Apostolico in Anglia residente. Quod munus laudabiliter exercuit usque ad annum 1732, quando venia ab eodem Ill. Episcopo obtenta, in animarum lucrum in Indiam navigaturus navem bellicam Lucitanam conscendit, sed antequam Goam civitatem attigerat febre maligna correptus obiit. 125; A3, 145; G, 229-30. (Lancashire.) Came March 1688. Studied humanity under Petre and Philosophy under Jones, defending Physics May 1694 and Psychology May 1695. Studied Theology under T. Hall and Pryme. Oath July 12 1693. Ordained. Went missioner to England Jan 19 1698 [BA 215, 75],


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where he is still working. Came back as Philosophy Lecturer Aug 14 1710; Confessor Sept 15; Procurator Jan 1 1711; began to teach Philosophy Nov 1711. Converted John Lathwel Jan 13 1712. When he had been teaching Theology 6 months, appointed temporary Confessor to Syon; went there May 12 1715. Nominated Vice-President Sept 26 1716; appointed by Bishop Giffard and took oath Sept 15 1719; performed task well until 1732 when, with Giffard's permission, he sailed to India as a missionary; died before reaching Goa. Note: Subd. April 24; diac. June 16; priesthood July 1 1696 (Barnard BA 4). Sailed, with John Good, Feb 20 1698 (BA 13, 32). Oaths as Theology Lecturer and Vice-President Sept 15 1719 (BA 122). Died 1733 (CRS 12, 4). MAYFIELD, John [in College 1680s]

Note: No entry for him. Seems to have been in College from 1683 to about Oct 1691 (AA Feb 1687, June 1688 and Nov 1691). Not in G. MAYLER, Henry, al. MAYNARD [taught in College 1628- 30] HENRICUS MA YLERUS, Bristoniensis, Doctor Navarricus Sacrae Theologiae [All in Pickford's hand:] Hic cum esset in Gallia magno in loco et honore apud Principem Metensem, et iam cum eodem in obsidione Rupellensi versaretur, a R. D. Iosepho Harvaeo Praeside amicorum antiquissimo per epistolam evocatus, omnibus postpositis statim advolavit. Matriti in itinere febri quartan a correptus, magnis incommodis Ulyssiponem venit, in ipsa vigilia Nativitatis Domini anno 1628; et mortuo Praeside, 25 Aprilis sequentis, quartana et infinitis paene aliis incommodis non obstantibus, scholas aperuit, illoque et sequenti anno tractatum de Habitibus Naturalibus et Supernaturalibus tradidit. Familia interim summa inedia laborante tum cum Fundatore tum cum Clero Angliae peregit ut ille 50 milres priori stipendio annuo adderet, Clerus autem 60 libras annuatim suppeditaret. Tandem adveniente R. D. Thoma Blackloo Praeside, anno 1630 mense Iulii in Galliam navigio abiit, magni sui relicto desiderio. 1*; AI, 223-4; G, 230. (Bristol.) Had a very honourable position in household of Prince of Metz and was with him at siege of La Rochelle, when he received by a letter a summons from his old friend Haynes: put everything aside and came immediately. On the way here took a fever at Madrid, but arrived in Lisbon Christmas Eve 1628. After Haynes's death he managed to open the schools April 25 1629 and taught that year and the following. Persuaded Founder and English Clergy to increase financial support. On the arrival of White as President in July 1630 left by ship for France. Greatly missed. Note: Studied at St Gregory's, Seville from about 1594, receiving a viaticum as a priest Nov 20 1606 (see RH 9, p.l68 under 'Myler' and DL


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I, 17). 'Doctor Navarricus', i.e. D.D. of Paris, for which he studied at the College of Navarre. DL I, 13-19 gives further details of his earlier career, especially his role in Madrid during the sensational visit of the Prince of Wales to court the King of Spain's daughter in 1623. June 17 1627 Haynes wrote to Newman that he had seen Mayler in Paris and Mayler had promised to teach theology in Lisbon for 4 years (Corr). DL II, 30-32 mentions that when Haynes reached Paris with students on way to Lisbon he received a letter from Mayler (who was at siege of La Rochelle) going back on his promise. DL II, 39- 40 and III, 25-26 recount how Haynes went to La Rochelle, but found that Mayler had already set off for Lisbon via Spain, perhaps influenced by letters from Haynes which Nicholas Fortescue (q.v.) had brought to La Rochelle. In a letter of May 12 1629 Bishop Smith appointed Mayler (acting) President; this was reinforced May 24 by a parchment (in LC), signed and sealed by Bishop and Chapter, appointing Mayler and W. Newman to act for them; see also CRS 1, 105. Sept 1636 was in England (CRS 1, 109). *Maynard, Henry see MAYLER, Henry

MEAD, Andrew [1773[Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born London Feb 10 1773, son of Austin Mead and Elizabeth Faren; baptised by Shaw; admitted Dec 7 1784. Not in G. Note: Left May 6 1786 (BA 219). METCALF, Charles [1764[Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born Folforth [Fulford], Yorkshire April 10 1764, son of Leonard Metcalf and Anne Pinder; baptised Oct 10 1765 by Thomas Daniel; admitted Sept 121778; left July 13 1783. G, 231. METCALF, Nicholas, al. TWEEDLE [1648- 1695] NICHOLAUS MEDCALFE, alias TWEEDEL, Bishoprickensis, honesto loco natus [All in Perrott's hand:] Huius pater fuit Antonius Tweedel, mater vero Maria Buttery, Catholici ambo. Huc appulit 29 Septembris, sed nave imp edit a ob pestem Londini grassantem Collegium 24 Octobris 1665 advenit, annos natus septendecim et sex menses, Latinis et Graecis literis mediocriter instructus. 81; A3, 148; not in G. (Durham.) Son of Anthony Tweedel and Mary Buttery, Catholics. Arrived Sept 29; ship quarantined because of plague in London; came to College Oct 24 1665, aged 17 and 6 months, with some Latin and Greek. Note: Oath Sept 1 1670 (Oaths). Aug 16 1674 missionary oath (BA 215, 32). METCALFE, Peter, al. BANKS and Robert NELSON [1603-1671] PETRUS NELSONUS, alias METCALFE, Eboracensis, nobilis [All in Pickford's hand:] Hic Duaci in Collegio literas humaniores et Philosophiam accepit; mox unus primae missionis huc appulit 14


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Novembris anno 1628, ubi post tres annos Theologiae sacerdotio ab Ill. Protectore initiatus 17 Iulii 1633, eodem an no 8 Septembris in Flandriam ad Collegium remissus est ut quartum annum Sacrae Theologiae persolveret, quia hic tunc temporis sola Philo sophia praelegebatur. Mox inde avocatus est ut Ill. et R. D. Richardo Episcopo Chalcedonensi Parisiis tunc exulanti secretarius inserviret; quod per annum praestitit, ac deinde reversus est in Angliam. Ad quem cum literae aD. Abbatissa Anglarum Monialium tunc nuper Parisiis fundatarum cum concessa potestate ad procurandas illis subditas et redditus ex Anglia mitterentur ac Londini interciperentur, multum quasi laesae Majestatis reus quaesitus, tandem sese ultro tradidit et in carcerem coniectus est. Verum coram Supremo regni Concilio bis comparens talem sui rationem reddidit ut dimissus sit liberrimus, anno 1635. 2; A2, 219; G, 231. (Yorkshire.) Studied humanity and Philosophy at Douai College [which he entered Sept 26 1619 (CRS 10, 153)]. Arrived in 1st mission Nov 14 1628. Ordained after 3 years Theology July 17 1633; sent Sept 8 1633 to Douai College for 4th year, because here only Philosophy was being taught. Then called to Paris to be secretary to Bishop Smith; served him for a year before returning to England. Letters sent to him by the Abbess of the English Nuns in Paris to obtain recruits and income from England were intercepted; a wanted man, he gave himself up and was imprisoned; but gave such a good account of himself before the Privy Council that he was allowed to go free. This was in 1635. Note: On the English nuns in Paris see A. F. Allison, 'Richard Smith's Gallican backers and Jesuit opponents. Part II', RH 19,3,271-7. Metcalfe died Dec 26 1671 (CRS 3, 99). *Metham, Mark see HARRINGTON, Mark; Meynell see GASCOIGNE, William

MILES, John [c.l627IOANNES MILES, Anglo-Lusitanus [Clarence's hand:] Huius pater fuit Ioannes Miles, Anglus, mater vero Lusitana. Natus Ulyssipone litter as humaniores audivit in eadem civitate usque ad Rhetoricam. Admissus est in Collegium cum Protectoris consensu cum esset annorum quatuordecim. [Pickford's hand:] Contribuit pro solo victu 24 milres. Logicam publice defendit sub D. Thoma Progero 28 Aprilis an no 1642, et cursu philosophico absoluto a patre missus est Parisios in Gallia ad Collegium illic Anglicanum; quo navigavit 29 Aprilis 1643. 26; A2, 222; G, 231. (Anglo-Portuguese.) Born in Lisbon, son of John Miles and a Portuguese mother. Studied humanity to end of Rhetoric; admitted, with Protector's consent, when 14, paying 24 milres for board. Defended Logic under Powell April 1642; finished Philosophy; sent by his father to the English College at Paris; sailed April 29 1643.


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Note: Special permission was needed for the admission of students with a foreign mother or father. Entered Jan 6 1641 (BA 12, 36); in that year his father sold the College serge, cod and wine (BA 12, 38) . I do not know whether he was ever ordained. For the English College at Paris see note on W. Lloyd. MILLS, John [1759[Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born Yorkshire April 16 1759, son of George and Anne; confirmed by Hornyold; admitted March 30 1773; left June 20 1778. G, 231. MILNER, John [c.1726- 1782] [Columnar entry, BA 4:] Admitted Dec 12 1746; oath Dec 6 1747, with minors and subd. same month; priesthood May 31, 1st Mass June 29 1749; missionary oath Jan 28 1750 [BA 215, 114] . A4, 190; G, 231. Note: In Grammar at Douai College 1738 (CRS 63, 121). Was assistant to Betts (at Twyford school). Came to Oporto to join an order; found it too rigorous, so applied to College Dec 1746, aged almost 21. Admitted on a year's probation (BA 217). Wrote to Manley on arrival in England (Corr May 22 1750). Briefly Rector at San Lucar, after period as confessor to English Carmelites in Flanders (Corr April 8 1763). Disordered in mind with little hope of recovery (Corr Nov 1766). Died July 30 1782 (CRS 12, 21). *Min, William see DAY, William; Moore, Christopher see BIRD, Christopher MORASSO, John Baptist [c.1701IOANNES BAPTISTA MORASSO, Ulissiponensis, convictor, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] Ioannes Baptista Morasso, filius Pauli Hieronymi Morasso, Genoensis, in civitate Portucallensi mercaturam exercentis, et Agathae Theresae Morasso, natus in hac civitate Ulissiponensi et aetatis undecem annorum ad Latinitatem Collegium ingress us est die 26 Decembris A.D. 1712. Pro annua pensione solvit septuaginta millia realium. Nono Februarii anno 1714 e Collegio discessit et in civitatem Portucallensem ad Patrem regressus est. 136; not in G. (Lisbon.) Son of Paul Jerome Morasso, a Genoese merchant at Oporto, and Agatha Teresa. Born in Lisbon. Entered College, aged 11, to learn Latin Dec 26 1712, paying 70 milres a year. Feb 9 1714 left and returned to his father at Oporto. MORE, Charles [arrived 1696] CAROLUS MORUS, nobilis, convictor [All in E. Jones's hand:] Huc appulit 30 Augusti 1696. Discessit 16 Aprilis 1699.134; not in G.


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Came Aug 30 1696. Left April 16 1699. Note: His sister Mary paid ÂŁ20 yearly for him. Went home with Vane (BA 13, 60). MORGAN, Anthony, al. SANDERS [c.l607-1631] ANTONIUS MORGANUS, alias SANDERUS, Northamptonius, nobilis, et Convictor [All in Pickford's hand:] Hic Duaci in Collegio litter as humaniores et Philosophiam audivit; mox in Angliam abiens, et post duos annos iterum reversus, non quid em ea intentione ut ad studia sed ad divers as regiones obeundas sese accingeret. Verum cum multos amicorum huc in prima missione destinatos reperisset, illis se adiunxit comitem et socium hucque appulit 22 Novembris 1628, ubi egregium sui specimen tam in virtute quam in literis per tres circiter annos exhibuit; et ad defensionem conclusionum theologicarum de Peccato una cum D. Eduardo Daniele deputatus est, quando divina bonitate ita ordinante in febrim incidens post tredecim morbi dies sanctissime defunctus est die 11 Augusti 1631. Uno quadrante ante mortem, integris sensibus claraque voce, modo Anglice, modo Latine, de fidei professione, spei elevatione, et ardentissimae charitatis amore quo in Deum ardebat, sermonem plane angelicum habuit et usque ad linguae vocisque defectum produxit. Reliquit Collegio 24 libras Anglicanas per annum hac obligatione, ut proximo quinquennio sex rnissae singulis septimanis pro anima sua, postea tres in perpetuum ad honorem Sanctissimae Trinitatis offerrentur; benevolas quoque largitiones omnibus in Collegio reliquit. 3; G, 232. (Northamptonshire.) Studied humanity and Philosophy at Douai College [which he entered Feb 11 1623 (CRS 10, 207)]. Went to England and returned after 2 years not to study but to make a tour [he had been away less than a year (ib. 259)]: found many of his friends picked for 1st mission, so joined them and arrived here Nov 22 1628, where he was exemplary in conduct and studies for about 3 years. Chosen with Pickford to defend theses on Sin, but fell into a fever and died a very holy death Aug 11 1631. Left the College ÂŁ24 yearly. Note: For the theses see entries on Pickford and T. White. His will is in Wills. Gillow (232 and BD V, 474) is very confused and attributes to him a book by the Belgian historian, Antoine Sanders. MORGAN, David [1719-1758] DAVID MORGANUS, Penbrokiensis, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] Anno 1734. David Morgan, cum esset prope 16 annorum aetatis, quos adimplebit mense Februarii proxime venturi, filius Griffith Morgan, agricolae, et Dorothiae Morgan, Catholicorum, a Clero Anglicano missus huc appulit die 13 Decembris A.D. 1734 Collegiumque ingressus est die sequenti ad Latinitatem. Iuramentum praestitit habitumque Collegii assumpsit A.D. 1737 dum adhuc Poesis studiis versaretur. 231; A4, 193; G, 232


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(Pembrokeshire.) Son of Griffith Morgan, a farmer, and Dorothy, Catholics. Came for Latin, sent by Clergy, Dec 13 1734, aged nearly 16. Oath 1737 while still in Poetry. Note: Oath Sept 15 1737 (Oaths). Priesthood March 4 1742 (Barnard, BA 4); 1st Mass Easter Day March 25 (BA 219). Missionary oath Dec 17 1746 (BA 215, 111). Died Nov 4 1758 (CRS 12, 9). MORGAN, John, al. Thomas SUGAR [c.1627- 1680] THOMAS SUGAR, alias IOANNES MORGANUS, Londinensis, honesto loco natus [Pickford's hand:] Huius pater fuit Ioannes Morganus, Catholicus. Litteras humaniores in Anglia incepit. Unde missus est a Clero cum esset annorum 14 et dimidii, unus ex prima missione ad Latinitatem perficiendam. Appulit autem cum D. Daniele Praeside 9 Iunii 1642. Iuramentum cum habitu Collegii sumpsit 29 Iunii 1644. Ex Poesi ad Logicam primum praemium habuit 18 Augusti 1644. Logicam publice cum laude defendit sub D. Francisco Victore 11 Iunii 1645. Primam tonsuram et or dines minores accepit ab Ill. Protectore 30 Novembris 1646. Cursum integrum Philosophiae sub Magistro D. Francisco Victore cum laude defendit 5 Iunii 1647. [Whitaker's hand:] Post curriculum theologicum electus est in Praelectorem Philosophiae ordinibus sacris nondum initiatus. Sed ante annum Logicae expletum expetitus a D. Praeside Collegii Duaceni ad docendas artes, cum D. B[ayaert, alias Hyde] Praeses duos ex nostris alumnis eius gratia ibidem admittere polliceretur, in Belgium per Angliam eo fine navigavit. Vir omnibus ingenii dotibus spectabilis et morum suavitate amabilis . 29; A2, 225; G, 232. (London.) Son of John Morgan, a Catholic. Studied humanity in England. When 14 and a half sent by Clergy in 1st mission to perfect Latin; arrived with Pickford June 9 1642. Oath June 29 1644. 1st prize at end of Poetry Aug 1644. Defended Logic under Victor June 1645. Tons. and minors Nov 30 1646. Defended Philosophy under Victor June 1647. After Theology chosen as Philosophy Lecturer, though not yet ordained. But before the end of Logic President Bayaert of Douai College asked him to teach humanity, offering free places for 2 of our alumni in return. So he went to Belgium via England. Remarkable for his gifts and loveable for his gentleness. Note: Oath as Philosophy Lecturer Aug 10 1650 (BA 122). Viaticum May 12 1651 on the understanding that, if he did not get his brother into Douai College, Lisbon's Agent would pay him ÂŁ50 for being willing to teach at Douai and so gain 2 free places for Lisbonians (BA 12, 50). Arrived at Douai College Sept 27 1651; mother's name Jane; birthplace Holborn. Ordained priest at Cambrai March 1 1654 (CRS 11: 512 and 529). Arrested in Popish Plot scare; died in Newgate March 21 1680 (CRS 34, 287-8).


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MORLEY, James [1777[Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born Ince, Lancashire Feb 18 1777, son of James Morley and Margaret Hewitt; baptised by Butler; admitted Oct 13 1790; died [perhaps in College, more likely in England]. G, 232. Note: G says he was at Dominican school at Bornhem Nov 1783 to May 1787 (see CRS 25, 167: this would make him a very young entrant), then at Simon Bordley's school at Aughton and in 1789 at Sedgley Park. Sailed with Strickland Nov 1796 (BA 46, 74 and AA Dec). *Mosely see MAWDESLEY; Moses, John see WHITAKER, George NANFAN, William [e.l615GUILIELMUS NANFAN, Wigorniensis, nobilis [All in Pickford's hand:] Huius pater fuit Guilielmus Nanfan armiger. Litteras humaniores partemque Philosophiae in Anglia, Duaci et Parisiis accepit, ubi etiam studio medicinae operam dedit. Appulit huc ex Hollandia, locum quaerens ubi Deo serviret studiaque compleret. Cum vero notus esset Praesidi, in Collegium admissus est calendis Octobris 1645 ad quartum Philosophiae cursum per annum inceptum, cum esset annorum circiter 30. Iuramentum cum habitu Collegii accepit 20 Septembris 1646. Verum cum ad finem Collegii inidoneus esset et Collegiales insuper varie inquietaret, dimissus est Calendis Ianuarii 1647. 33; G, 233. (Worcestershire.) Son of William Nanfan. Studied humanity and some Philosophy in England, Douai and Paris, where he also studied medicine. Arrived here from Holland, looking for somewhere to serve God and complete his studies. Known to President, so was admitted Oct 1 1645, aged about 30, to join 4th Philosophy course. Oath Sept 20 1646. Unsuited to our purpose; unsettled students; dismissed Jan 1 1647. NAPPER, Francis [arrived 1671] FRANCISCUS NAPPER, Anglo-Lusitanus, honesto loco natus, convictor [All in E. Jones's hand:] Hic admissus est in Collegium 12 Februarii 1671. Quando discessit incertum. Militiae nomen dedit, Regeque Portugalliae bellum in Hispaniam gerente, in obsidione oppidi, Alcantara dicti, occisus est. 173; not in G. (Anglo-Portuguese.) Admitted Feb 12 1671; departure date unknown. Became a soldier in Portuguese army; killed in siege of Alcantara. NASH, Patrick [1711 P ATRITIUS NASH, Londinensis, honesto loco natus [E. Jones's hand:] Filius fuit Petri Nash et Mariae Nash Catholicorum. Huc appulit die 7 Iulii A.D. 1726, aetatis 15, quem adimpleverat die secundo Februarii proximo elapsi stylo veteri, ad Latinitatem. Die septimo


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Ianuarii A.D. 1728 studium Logicae aggressus est sub D. Iacobo Skeltono: [Manley's hand:] quod postea continuavit sub D. Georgio Slaughter usque ad mensem Octobris 1730, quando sub eodem D. Georgio Slaughter ad Theologiae studia ascendit. Fugit e Collegio die 10 vel 11 Iulii an no 1731, postquam in Collegio vixisset quinque annos et pauculos dies. In Angliam navigavit eodem (ni fallor) mense, una cum Thoma Clifton, de quo vide paginam sequentem. 206; not in G. (London.) Born Feb 2 1710/11 (O.S.), son of Peter and Mary, Catholics. Came July 7 1726. Began Logic under Skelton Jan 7 1728; continued Philosophy under Slaughter and then started Theology under him Oct 1730. July 10 or 11 1731 ran away and sailed to England with Thomas Clifton. Note: 'This youth's Patron dying the Pention ceas'd and we lost the arrears due for his boarding wn he run out of the ColI. 18th June 1731' (BA 14, 113, where the patron is given as 'Esqr Arundell'.

NEEDHAM, John Turberville [1713-1781] [Columnar entry, BA 4:] Admitted Feb 22 1744. A4, 195- 6; G, 233. Note: Entered Douai College Oct 10 1722; Oct 1735-May 1740 taught Rhetoric, with a break in England in 1737 to recover health; ordained May 31 1738; went missioner May 9 1740 (CRS 28: 101,203,211,214-5, 219, 224). Taught at Twyford school. Was already acquiring reputation as learned in science: Manley warned him to bring no prohibited books to Lisbon, but several of his books were seized by Inquisition (BA 217: Dec 12 1743; March 1744; see also JM) . Appointed Philosophy Lecturer March 13 1744 (BA 131,40; BA 122). Suffered from ague (BA 217, JuneAug). Fears for his sanity; declared himself unable to continue (BA 217, Feb-March 1745). Left June 21 1745 (BA 219, July 3). Manley thought him a gadabout (BA 217, Jan 19 1747). Sent affectionate letter to Bernard after earthquake (Corr June 4 1756). Died Dec 30 1781 (CRS 12, 21). *Nelson, Robert see METCALFE, Peter

NEVILL, Robert [arrived 1670] ROBERTUS NEVILL, convictor, nobilis [All in E. Jones's hand:] Huc appulit 3 Decembris 1670 ad Latinitatem. Discessit 16 Martii 1674. 178; not in G. Came Dec 3 1670 for Latin. Left March 16 1674. Note: At leaving he passed three bills 'upon his mother ye Lady Danverse' (BA 13,26).

NEWMAN, William, al. Ralph SLIEFIELD [1577-1640] GUILl ELM US NUMANUS, alias RODULPHUS SLIEFILD, Staffordiensis, nobilis [Pickford's hand:] Hic cum iuvenis esset pro fide Catholica captus in Anglia et ad mortem damnatus est regnante Elizabetha; verum rogatu et


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supplicatione nobilissimae cuiusdam Dominae in Aula versantis vita donatur et [po 21] in exilium eiicitur. Quare Hispalim se contulit, ubi in studiis educatus et sacerdos factus Ulyssiponem mittitur et constituitur Rector Residentiae prope Sanctam Catharinam. Hic erat primus in negotiis CIeri Anglicani Procurator qui cum Ill. Fundatore de rebus huius Collegii tractavit; diplomata regia et brevia apostolica pro erectione eiusdem obtinuit. Residentiam Sanctae Catharinae, cum Matriti pro Collegio abesset, a Iesuitis iniuste ereptam, lite sept em annorum recuperavit Collegioque adiunxit. Sed capellania quadam Sancti Rochi ab eisdem eiectus primo Curatus Hospitalis Regii, mox Capellanus Major Castelli Sancti Georgii factus, illic multo in honore et aestimatione virtutis vixit usque ad annum 1640, quando ex visitatione Hospitalis, cum contagione laboraret, febrim retulit ex qua post quindecim dies magno sane omnium dolore migravit e vita 4 Iulii, inque hoc Collegio humatus est. [Clarence's hand:] Collegium haeredem suam instituit eique (praeter alia bona) supra duo millia et centum aureorum reliquit, iis usibus applicanda qui bus applicari iussit tam in testamento suo quam oretenus. Quae patebunt tam ex dicto testamento quam ex libro adimpletionis eius. 20- 21; A2, 230-1; G,233. (Staffordshire.) Arrested as a young man in Elizabeth's reign and condemned to death for his faith; at intercession of a noble lady at Court, granted his life and exiled. Went to Seville, where he studied and was ordained. Sent to Lisbon; made Rector of Residence near St Catherine's. The first to act for Clergy with Founder about this College: obtained royal diplomas and apostolic briefs. In his absence at Madrid unjustly deprived of Residence by Jesuits; recovered it after 7 years of litigation and attached it to College. Deprived by Jesuits of Chaplaincy at St Roch. Became Curate of Royal Hospital and then Chaplain to Fort of St George: lived there much honoured and respected until 1640, when he caught a fever visiting Hospital during an outbreak. Died 15 days later on July 4; buried in College chapel. Left College 2,100 crowns to be used according to his instructions, which are in his will and the book of executorship. Note: At Douai Dec 3 1594 (CRS 58, 303). Newman's role in foundation of College is described in T-D IV, 123-33 and attendant documentation at cclii-cclxvii. Tierney's anti-Jesuit bias is no greater than Newman's own: see his letters in Corr and petitions and protests in NP and F. He continued to help and advise College in 1630s. *Newport, Charles see JENNINGS, Charles NEWTON, Robert [1723-1800] ROBERTUS NEWTON, Lincolniensis, honesto loco natus [All in Preston's hand:] 1738. Filius Thomae Newton, agricolae, et Annae uxoris eius, amborum Catholicorum, annos natus quindecim, quos Maio proxime elapso adimplevit, Collegium ingressus est 20 Iulii anno Salutis 1738, et admissus est ad Latinitatem. 247; A4, 198; G, 233.


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(Lincolnshire.) Son of Thomas, a farmer, and Anne, Catholics. Came for Latin July 20 1738, having turned 15 in May. Note: Ran away April 1741 (CCL). Oath March 25 1747 (Oaths). 3 defences of theses 1745- 47; ordination Dec 31 1747 (BA 219, Jan 1748). In Oct 1749 had not yet made his Easter communion: told he would be sent home (BA 131,47). Missionary oath Dec 24 1749 (BA 215, 113). Died Feb 4 1800 (AA July).

NICHOLLS, Henry [1724-1774] [Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born Feb 4 1724, son of Francis Nicholls and Mary Horsleigh; admitted Sept 9 1739; oath March 25 1747; minors and subd. April 26-7; diac. Dec 1747; priesthood and 1st Mass March 9 and 19 1748. Missionary oath Aug 20 1751 [BA 215, 115]. A4, 198-9; G, 233. Note: His father was Irish (BA 217, April 1742). Seems to have been admitted at request of Portuguese Ambassador (Corr Dec 1 1747). Died Feb 11 1774 (CRS 12, 18).

NICHOLS, James [oath 1692] IACOBUS NICKOLES, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] Iacobus Nicklos ad Collegium missus ab Ill. Richardo Episcopo Viseensi, humaniores literas et Philosophiam hausit sub D. Ieronymo Pryme, Theologiam sub D. Rogero Brockholes, Lectore Primario, et D. Hieronimo Pryme, Vesperario. Habitum Collegii sumpsit 9 Novembris anno 1692. Finitis studiis eque Collegio egressurus, febre maligna correptus, sacramentis omnibus munitus pie obiit in Domino. Conclusiones logicales defendit die 5 Iulii anno 1691 sub D. Hieronymo Pryme. Item alias ex universa Philosophia Serenissimae Catharinae Reginae Anglia dicatas anno 1693. Die 15 Martii anno 1695 theses theologicas de Proaemialibus Theologiae, Visione Beata, Scientia et Voluntate Dei defendit sub D. Hieronymo Pryme. 119; A3, 155; not in G. Sent by Bishop Russell. Studied humanity and Philosophy under Pryme, Theology under Brockholes and Pryme. Oath Nov 9 1692. Died of fever when about to leave. Under Pryme defended Logic July 1691; philosophical theses, dedicated to Queen Catherine, 1693 and theological March 1695. Note: Feb 28 1693 presented to the Archbishop of Lisbon for subd., diac. and priesthood (OF).

NICHOLSON, Francis [1766-1837] [Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born London Oct 5 1766, son of Joseph Nicholson and Margaret Brown; baptised Oct 7 by Anthony Barnwall; confirmed May 1 1777 by Hornyold; admitted Aug 23 1779; left April 4 1784. G, 234. Note: Died Jan 12 1837 (CRS 12, 232).


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NORRIS, Edward [1781-1852] [Columnar entry:] Born London April 9 1781, son of Joseph Norris and H. Anne Ravenhill; admitted Oct 4 1798; baptised conditionally by Fryer; confirmed by Protector. G, 234. Note: A priest by April 1807 (BA 131, 64). Missionary oath Sept 11 1808 (BA 215, 141). College Agent 1832-47; accounts in AA. 71 of his letters in Corr. Died Sept 16 1852 (CD 1853, 181). NORTH, John, al. LANCASTER [1603-1669] IOANNES LANCASTERUS, alias NORTH, Lancastrensis, nobilis [Pickford's hand:] Hic Duacum ad Poesim veniens, ibidem in Collegio universa studia magna' cum laude peregit. Un de in patriam discedens, mox Parisios migravit, ubi in Collegio Anglorum Attrebatensi per tres circiter annos vixit; cumque iam gradibus Sorbonicis suscipiendis proximus esset, maximis CIeri sollicitationibus, sed R. imprimis Calcedonensis persuasionibus, tandem adductus est ut huc ad Sacram Theologiam docendam veniret. Quod post longam quinque mensium navigationem perfecit appulitque 17 Aprilis anno 1637. Et declaratus est socius et magister Kalendis Maii sequentibus. Et Septembri mox sequenti Lectionem Vespertinam incepit, materiam legens de Incarnatione. D. vero Hartio discedente factus est quoque Praefectus Studiorum. [po 10] Verum post Pascha destitit a lectione, nec ulla ratione a Superioribus aut ipso Ill. Protectore adduci potuit ut illam resumeret, praetendens Clerum non stare promissis quibus illi gradus scholasticos spoponderat fiagitansque ut Ill. Protector sese obligaret eosdem illi intra annum conferre; quod ilIe noluit, sed in Angliam iussit scribere, et a Clero promissum suum exigere. [Inked over: three or four illegible words: et scholares sibi aggregare cepit donec] tandem veniente Praeside R. D. Petro Clarentio illoque nequicquam [two words inked over, then in Clarence's hand:] rogante ut [inked over: aut] lectionem resumeret [inked over: aut Collegium relinqueret, neutrum voluit] adduci non potuit nisi Protector vellet promittere sese illi gradus scholasticos collaturum. Quare e Collegio exivit 1 Septembris 1638. [Earlier version inked over: Tandem admonitus statim exire, fecit quidem 1 Septembris 1638. Sed ilIo egresso duas post horas per posticum sequuti sunt quatuor scholares, audacia numquam visa. Pickford's hand:] Ille mox Conimbriam petiit, meliora a Clero expectaturus. Verum ab illis re cognita prorsus reiectus est, sicut ipsi significavit Secretarius Capituli epistola hac de re ad ipsum scripta. Tandem hinc in Angliam abiit navigio circa mensem Maii 1639. 17-18; A2, 232-3; G, 235 (Lancashire.) Entered Douai College in Poetry and went through all his studies with great success. Went home and thence to Arras College for about 3 years. About to take degree, when Clergy and Bishop persuaded him to come here to teach Theology. After voyage of 5 months arrived April 17 1637; made Fellow and Master May 1. In Sept began lectures on Incarnation. Made Prefect of Studies when Hargrave left. Stopped


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lecturing after Easter; nothing Superiors or Protector said could make him resume; claimed Clergy had broken a promise that he should have a degree; Protector referred him to Clergy. Began to get a following of students. Clarence arrived, but could not get him to lecture unless Protector promised a degree. So he left Sept 1 1638. 2 hours later 4 students followed him. North went to Coimbra to await better news from Clergy, but they rejected his claim, as Chapter's Secretary made plain by letter. So he left from here for England about May 1639.

Note: Entered Douai College Oct 22 1622, aged 19, from diocese of Chester; ordained April 5 1631 (CRS 10: 195, 292). Wrote to George Gage Oct 23 1637, asking him to remind Chapter to give promised money so that he could take his degrees (OBA III, 2, 134). See under Robinson, John (1) for the seditious students who broke out of the College.

NUGENT, John [arrived 1710] IOANNES NUGENTIUS, Hibernus, nobilis, convictor [All in E. Jones's hand:] Hic post 6 menses in Collegio insumptos dis cess it. 176; not in G. (Irish.) Left after 6 months in College.

Note: 'John Nugent came to ye Colledge on ye 4 of Decem.br 1710 in quality of a pensioner at ye request of his Brother major Nugent', who paid his pension to June 4 1711 (BA 13, 183).

OGLE, William, al. SWINBURNE [c.1622GUILIELMUS OGLUS, alias SWINBORNUS, Northumberlandus, nobilis [Clarence's hand:] Hic patre Thoma Oglo, nobili, Catholico, literis humanioribus operam dedit in variis locis Angliae, praecipue vero Novicastri, usque ad Rhetoricam. Missus a Clero cum aliis quartae missionis appulit huc 7 Decembris 1640, natus ad annos 18. Habitum Collegii sine iuramento accepit 25 Iulii 1641. Octoginta aureos pro alimento contribuit. [Pickford's hand:] Naturalem Philosophiam publice defendit sub D. Progero 24 Februarii 1643. In primo anno Theologiae, cum pensio eius non solveretur nec ad fin em institutum Collegii se inclinasset, discedere elegit. Navigio autem cum Marchione de Cascais Legato in Galliam abiit 8 Februarii anno 1644. 25; G, 235. (Northumberland.) Son of Thomas Ogle, Catholic of noble birth. Studied humanity at various places in England, especially Newcastle, to end of Rhetoric. Sent by Clergy with 4th mission; arrived Dec 7 1640, aged] 8. Took College habit without oath July 25 1641. Paid 80 crowns for board. Defended Natural Philosophy under Powell Feb 1643. In 1st Theology chose to leave because pension was not paid and he did not want to be a priest. Left for France by ship with Marquis of Cascais, Ambassador, Feb 8 1644.


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Note: His habit cost 8 milres. He left owing ÂŁ40 for two years' pension:

a note of 1651 says his sister, the Lady Rivers, has promised payment (BA 12, 37). I suspect he was never ordained: G is clearly mistaken in saying he was ordained before he left Lisbon. *Oglethorpe, Francis see P AVIER, Francis OLIOLI, Pedro de [arrived 1710] PETRUS DE OLIOLY, GaUo-Lusitanus, convictor [All in E. Jones's hand:] Huius pater fuit Petrus de Olioly, Gallus in hac civitate mercaturam exercens. Accessit ad Collegium 16 Septembris 1710 ad Latinitatem. Hic foras exiens cum socio, ut ex sacro baptismalis fontis lavacro nepotem susciperet, domumque rediens, relicto socio, ad Praepositum Patrum Theatinorum avolavit habitum Sancti Caietani petiturus; benigneque receptus a R. Praeposito et Patribus, non obstante avunculi consilio in contrarium, novitiatum ingressus est, peractoque novitii tyrocinio religionis vota publice edidit. At post duos circiter annos in religionis exercitiis insumptos, cum alio professionis socio e monasterio furtim aufugiit perque varias mundi plagas vagabundus oberravit, donec ad Episcopum Barcellonensem adveniens eiusdem Ill. praelati consilio suasuque ad monasterium regress us est. 177; not in G. (Franco-Portuguese.) Son of Peter [Pedro or Pierre], a French merchant in Lisbon. Came Sept 16 1710 for Latin. Ran off to Theatines and took vows. After about 2 years ran away and wandered here and there until Bishop of Barcelona persuaded him to return to monastery. Note: 'Pedro de Olyoly son to Pedro de Olioly his father of ye age of [blank] came to ye Colledge as pensioner on ye 10th of Sep.br 171O ... He on ye 27th of october 1710 coming from his sisters went into ye Cajetans & there remained leaving his cousin John Robaud to come home by himselfe. There he remain'd in order to profess in that order, enter'd his Noviship, tooke ye Habit of said Order, but after living as a Cajetan about two years, upon some difference he had wth his Supor, tooke a resolution wth one other of his Companions & ran out of the Convent, & are not as yet heard off this 25th of June 1713. But being taken in Spain, was sent to his Conv.t where he commenced a Lawsuit wth the Suprs in order to annulI his Profession, wch is yet running an: 1729' (BA 13, 181). OWEN, Simon [1636SIMON OWENUS, nobilis, convictor [H. Waring's hand:] Huius pater fuit Simon Owenus nobilis, doctor medicinae. Ex Anglia huc appulit 20 Martii A.D. 1650 receptusque est in Collegio Augusto subsequenti, cum esset quatuordecim fere annorum, unus ex tertia missione ad Latinitatem. [Tilden's hand:] Post tres autem annos, cum pecuniae a patre relictae in ipsius sustentationem essent consumptae, in Angliam discessit, die 13 Augusti 1653. 45; G, 236.


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Son of Simon Owen, a medical doctor, of noble birth. Arrived from England March 20 1650; admitted Aug, aged almost 14, one of 3rd Latin mission. When money left by his father ran out, left for England Aug 13 1653. PALMER, Anthony [arrived 1699] ANTONIUS PALMERUS, Portucalensis, convictor, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] Huius pater fuit Samuel Palmer, Anglus, mercaturam in civitate Portucalensi exercens, mater Elena Maynard, Anglo-Lusitana, ambo Catholici. Collegio accessit 23 Octobris 1699, discessit 18 Iulii 1702. 172; not in G. (Oporto.) Son of Samuel Palmer, an English merchant at Oporto, and Ellen Maynard, Anglo-Portuguese, Catholics. Came Oct 23 1699; left July 18 1702. PALMES, Roger [1712ROGERUS P ALMES, Boracensis [sic], nobilis [All in E. Jones's hand:] Hic filius fuit Marmaduke Palmes et Eugeniae Mennel Catholicorum. Accessit ad Collegium die 12 mensis Decembris A.D. 1722 aetatis 10, quem compleverat die 10 Septembris proximo elapsi, ad Latinitatem, in qua cum mediocrem et tenuem progressum fecisset, nec literarum amans, nec admodum capax, Collegium reliquit inque patriam rediit die 15 Decembris A.D. 1729. 195; not in G. (Yorkshire.) Born Sept 10 1712, son of Marmaduke Palmes and Jane Meynell, Catholics. Came Dec 12 1722 for Latin; made slight progress; neither interested nor able, so returned home Dec 15 1729. Note: 'The sayd Roger Palms was sent for home by his Relations' (BA 13, 210). PALYART, Ignatius Paul [1762[Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born Lisbon July 31 1762, son of Joachim Palyart and Frances Brown; admitted Jan 5 1775; confirmed May 241777. G,236. Note: His father seems to have studied humanity at Douai College May 10 1746 to Nov 3 1751 (CRS 28: 245, 282). Ignatius left late 1778 (BA 46, 11).

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Collegii recepit iuramentumque praestitit 7 Septembris anno 1686. Finitaque Philosophia sub D. Roberto Smitheo praelibataque Theologia, cum custos sacrorum ecclesiae factus esset, ob dilapidatas missarum eleemosynas alias que culpas demissione a Collegio dignas expulsus est. In Angliam rediens in varias haeresum sectas abiit tandemque pravos trementium errores amplexus miserrima morte vitam finivit. 110; A3, 159; G, 238-9 (confuses him with Bishop J. Smith's chaplain). Came March 23 1683 to enter Philosophy, having completed Poetry and Rhetoric in England. Oath Sept 7 1686. Finished Philosophy under Robert Smith. Started Theology, but dismissed because, as sacristan, he embezzled Mass stipends. Returned to England; joined various sects, finally embracing Quakers' errors and dying a miserable death. Note: No evidence that he was ordained. PARKINSON, Henry [1772-1832] [Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born Lancashire Feb 14 1772, son of Thomas Parkinson and Mary Hotkinson [Hodgkinson]; baptised 1772 by Thomas Cuerden; confirmed Oct 22 1784 [this date cannot be correct] by Matthew Gibson; admitted Oct 23 1784; priesthood April 5 1795; missioner 1795. A4, 202; G, 236-7. Note: Missionary oath April 11 1795 (BA 215, 130). Died Jan 3 1832 (Corr Jan 14). PARKINSON, James [1732-1766] [Columnar entry, BA 4:] Admitted Sept 7 1748; oath Dec 19 1750; defended theses Oct 1752; minors Sept 19 1755; subd. March 13, diac. May 9 1756; priesthood April 2 1758; missionary oath May 13 1758 [BA 215, 117]; died at Ugthorpe Jan 26 1766 [actually Nov 13 1766 (CRS 12, 11)]. A4, 203; G, 237. Note: Brother of Thomas (BA 131, 53). Born Nov 1732 (CCL 1753). PARKINSON, Thomas [1741[Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born May 22 1741; confirmed by Dicconson; entered May 8 1755; oath Sept 7 1767; diac. June 28 1768; missionary oath Oct 5 1768. A4, 203; G, 237. Note: Brother of James. In England Aug 1762; returned about Nov 1763 (Corr). Left College Oct 14 1768 (BA 215, 123). PARRY, Edward [missioner 1670]

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171, 3). Missionary oath Feb 2 1670 (BA 215, 26). A3, 159 rightly notes he is not recorded in Annales; G, 237. PARRY, Hugh, al. WINN [c.1615HUGO PARRAEUS, Flittensis in Wallia, nobilis [All in Pickford's hand:] Hic patre Guilielmo Parraeo Winne natus, in studiis fuit educatus. Mox unus ex tertia missione huc destinatus est, cum esset annorum circiter 20. Appulit 1 Octobris 1635. Anno vero sequenti Kalendis Aprilis cursum philosophicum incepit. Habitum mox cum iuramento Collegii accepit 29 Iunii 1636. Primam tonsuram et ordines minores ab Ill. Protectore suscepit 3 Aprilis 1638, et Octobris mox sequentis 11 conclusiones ex universa Philosophia publice defendit sub D. Onuphrio Ellisaeo, et deinde ad Theologiam ascendit. Sub Ill. Protectore suscepit subdiaconatum, diaconatum et presbyteratum 8, 9 et 10 Aprilis 1640. Postea cum Latinitatem docuisset per duos annos, in Angliam missus est anna 1644 circa medium Septembris. 14; A2, 237; G, 275. (Flintshire.) Son of William Parry Winn of Flint. Chosen for 3rd mission when about 20; arrived Oct 1 1635; began Philosophy April 1; oath June 29 1636. Tons. and minors April 3 1638. Defended theses in Philosophy under Waring Oct 1638, then began Theology. Made subd., deacon and priest April 8-10 1640. Taught Latin for 2 years and was sent to England about mid-Sept 1644. Note: Missionary oath Sept 7 1644 (BA 215, 10). PARRY, John [c.1622IOHANNES PARAEUS, Denbighensis in Wallia, nobilis [Clarence's hand:] Hic filius fuit Ioannis Paraei, nobilis, Catholici. Humanioribus litteris operam navavit Llanvillinae in Comitatu Montgomeriensi per quatuor annos usque ad finem Rhetoricae. Missus est huc a Clero unus ex quarta missione cum literis testimonialibus. Appulit 7 Decembris 1640 natus annis 18. Iuramentum et habitum Collegii sumpsit die 25 Iulii 1641. [Pickford's hand:] Naturalem Philosophiam defendit publice sub D. Progero 24 Februarii 1643. Primam tonsuram et ordines minores sus cepit ab Ill. Protectore 18 Decembris 1643, subdiaconatum vero et diaconatum ab eodem 21 et 22 Maii 1646, et tandem presbyteratum 30 Novembris 1646. [H. Waring's hand:] Deinde in Magistrum Latinitatis electus est eamque docere incepit 1 Septembris anna 1647. [Tilden's hand:] Quo munere laudabiliter functo in Angliam ad officium missionarii discessit an no 1649. [Later addition:] In libro cui titulus Liber Missionis haec verba invenio. Ego Ioannes Parraeus ita iuravi et promisi die 30 Maii 1650. Ita testor, Ioannes Manley Praeses. 25; A2, 237; G, 237. (Denbighshire.) Son of John Parry, a Catholic of noble birth. Studied humanity to end of Rhetoric at Llanfyllin, Montgomeryshire. Sent by Clergy in 4th mission; arrived Dec 7 1640, aged 18. Oath July 25 1641. Defended Natural Philosophy under Powell Feb 1643. Tons. and minors


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Dec 18 1643; subd. and diac. May 21 - 22 1646; priesthood Nov 30 1646. Made Latin Master; began to teach Sept 1 1647. Performed this task well. Left missioner for England 1649. [Correction by Manley:] Took missionary oath May 30 1650 [BA 215, 15]. Note: Brother of Edward. BA 12, 42 enters a vtÂŁdicum for him on March 4 1647, so he may have paid a visit home and returned to teach. May be the John Parry, Archdeacon of North Wales, who died Dec 1670 (CRS 12, 98). *Parry, Joseph see HAYNES, Joseph PARRY, Philip, al. WARD and PRICE [c.1607- 1678] PHILIPPUS WARDUS, alias PRICE, Monmothiensis, honesto loco natus [Pickford's hand:] Hic patre Rice Parry natus, in studiis fuit semper educatus . Mox unus ex tertia missione huc destinatus est, cum annorum esset circiter 28. Appulit primo Octobris 1635. Anno vero sequenti Kalendis Aprilis cursum philosophicum incepit et conclusiones philosophicas ex 8 libris Physicorum sub D. Onuphrio Ellisaeo publice defendit 7 Martii 1638. Habitum vero cum iuramento Collegii accepit 29 Iunii 1636. Primam tonsuram, ordines minores et subdiaconatum sus cepit ab Ill. Protectore 3 Aprilis, 4 diaconatum et 6 presbyteratum 1638, quo simul anno ad Theologiam ascendit. Post secundum annum Theologiae assumptus est in Procuratorem Collegii 18 Decembris 1640. [H. Waring 's hand:] Deinde anno 1648 [in margin: 12 Augusti] accepit officium interpretis in visitatione navium pro Sancto Officio; et postea anno 1649 1 Maii assumptus est in Vice-Praesidem sub Praeside D. Onuphrio Ellicaeo; et Novembre subsequente, D. Hieronymo Ienins in Angliam ob negotia Collegii abeunte, simul officium Procuratoris exercuit. [Tilden's hand:] Postea vero in patriam discedens circa annum 1650, lucrandis animis operam strenue navavit. 14; A2, 238 (see note); G, 237. (Monmouthshire.) Son of Rice Parry; had studied all his life when chosen for 3rd mission, aged about 28. Arrived Oct 1 1635; began Philosophy April 1 1636 and defended theses under Waring March 1638. Oath June 29 1636. Tons. and all orders, including priesthood, April 3-6 1638. After 2nd Theology made Procurator Dec 18 1640. Became interpreter to foreign ships Aug 12 1648 and Vice-President May 1 1649, acting also as Procurator from Nov 1649 when Jerome Jennings went to England on College business. Left for home about 1650 and there worked hard to save souls. Note: A2 enters some of these details both under Parry (238) and Price (256), giving different dates of death (1678 and pre-1661). PARRY, Pierce [1716-1792] [Columnar entry, BA 4:] Oath Dec 13 1741; subd. and diac. Dec 23 and 27 1741; priesthood Jan 6 1742; 1st Mass Feb 4 1742; sent to England Oct 16 1742 [BA 215, 105]. A4, 203-4; G, 237-8.


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Note: At St Omers 1732-6 (CRS 69, 199). Arrived at English College,

Rome Sept 17 1736: tons . May 31 1738; minors June 24 and July 20 1738; dismissed for neglecting studies and disobeying Superiors Jan 1740 (CRS 40, 193). May 3 1740: was in Lisbon when Superiors discussed admitting him on probation (CCL); he was 24, a native of Flintshire (BA 217, June 11 1740). See also CRS 13, 288-9. Died Dec 30 1792 (AA June 1793). PAVIER, Francis, al. OGLETHORPE [1602- 1644] FRANCISCUS OGLETHORPUS, alias PAVIER, Eboracensis, nobilis [All in Pickford's hand:] Hic Duaci in Collegio literas humaniores et Philosophiam accepit; mox Syntaxim per annum docuit; tum inchoata Theologia, ad prim am missionem assumptus, huc appulit 14 Novembris 1628; post aliquot annos nempe 1633 lulii 17 sacerdotio initiatus est ab Ill. Protectore; et fmitis eodem anna studiis in Angliam Missionarius abiit 8 die Septembris; illicque statim egregios fructus edidit, aliquotque animas brevi ad fidem Catholicam revocavit, magnumque laborem in officio Agentis pro Collegio, praesertim in stabiliendo Collegii stipendio, insumpsit. Inde anna 1638 libentissime se obtulit Collegio si qua in re illud iuvare aut hic praesens aut alibi absens posset. Vir rei familiari gubernandae maxime idoneus. 4*; A2, 238; G, 238. (Yorkshire.) Studied humanity and Philosophy at Douai College, then taught Syntax for a year. Started Theology, but was chosen for 1st mission and arrived Nov 14 1628. Ordained July 17 1633; completed studies and went missioner to England Sept 8 1633. Very successful: soon brought several back to the faith. Worked hard as College Agent, especially in securing its stipend. In 1638 offered to help College in any way he could, either here or elsewhere: would be very suitable to govern a college. Note: His father was Richard, his mother Jane (OF Aug 29 1633); entered Douai Sept 1 1619 (CRS 10, 153); oath (ib. 208); taught 1624-5 (ib. 231); went to England Aug 26 1626 and returned Feb 1 1628 (ib. 247, 264). Confessor at Douai in 1636; went to England Dec 12 1636 (ib. 315). Killed attending wounded at Marston Moor July 2 1644 (CRS 1, 132). PEARSON, John [ordained 1689] IOANNES PIERSONUS, Eboracensis, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] Literis humanioribus et Philosophiae incubuit sub D. Rogero Brockholes, Theologiae sub D. Roberto Smitheo, Lectore Primario, et D. Rogero Brockholes, Vesperario. Habitum Collegii sumpsit 17 Aprilis anna 1688. Ordinibus initiatus ab Em. Protectore, cum facultatibus missionarii missus est in Angliam 2 lanuarii 1693, ubi aliquamdiu in animarum salute procuranda laboravit, donec mulierculae illecebris allectus in vitia et errores abiit, inque Episcopi Dorovernsis manibus fidem abiuravit, praedicantis togam vestivit et mulierculam coniugii vinculo sibi associavit; quod vivendi genus adhuc prosequitur anno 1710. Die 17 Septembris ab Em. Protectore D. Verissimo de


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Lancastro, S. R. E. Cardinali, ordinatus est subdiaconus, die 18 eiusdem mensis diaconus et die 21 eiusdem mens is et anni, videlicet 1689, praesbyter. 116; A3, 162; G, 238. (Yorkshire.) Studied humanity and Philosophy under Brockholes and Theology under Robert Smith and Brockholes. Oath April 17 1688. Ordained by Protector. Sent missioner to England Jan 2 1693 [BA 215, 66]. Worked for a while for souls until, led astray by a woman, he fell into vices and error. Abjured the faith before the Bishop of Dover, donned a preacher's gown and married; still living like that 1710. 1689 September 18, 19 and 21 subdiaconate to priesthood. Note: Arrived mid-1686 (AA Dec 1686). PENDRILL, Christopher [1706CHRISTOPHORUS PENDRELL, Londinensis, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] Huius pater fuit Laurencius Pendrell Catholicus, mater Sara Pendrell Protestans. Ad Collegium accessit 10 Octobris A.D. 1719 ad Latinitatem, eratque aetatis 13 completae 24 Iulii proximo elapsi stylo veteri. Hic Gramaticae studiis incubuit usque ad diem decimum Ianuarii anno 1721 in quo et hora orationis mentalis, nullo alio invento motivo, praeter vagae et inconstantis indolis impulsus, e Collegio aufugiit navemque bellicam conscendens in Angliam navigavit. In Angliam delatus Londinumque accedens ad pseudo-Episcopum Londinensem cum literis commendatitiis a Legato Anglo Ulissipone datis se recepit, a quo humaniter acceptus est et in domo sua hospitatus. Questus est ei de patre quod invitum et reluctantem Collegio educandum amandaverat; quo Praefecto Praetorio ab eodem Pseudo-Episcopo delato, patri notum factum est, ut proximis sessionibus coram eodem Praefecto Praetorio appareret. 184; not in G. (London.) Born July 24 1706 (O.S.), son of Laurence, a Catholic, and Sarah, a Protestant. Came Oct 10 1719 for Latin; studied Grammar. Jan 10 1721 ran away and sailed to England on a man-of-war. Had a letter of introduction from English Ambassador in Lisbon to Bishop of London, who received him into his house. Complained to Bishop that his father had sent him to College against his will, so his father was summoned to appear before 'Praetorian Prefect'. Note: Sailed to England as servant to ship's surgeon (BA 13, 189). PENNANT, Thomas [ -1651] Note: No entry for him. Came as tutor to John Hanmer April 10 1649; stayed in College as paying guest until his death April 21 1651 (BA 12, 83). A2, 240; not in G. PENNY, George [1702- 1718] GEORGIUS PENNY, Dorsestriensis, nobilis [All in E. Jones's hand:] Filius fuit Georgii Penny et Susannae Thomas Catholicorum. Huc appulit die prima Decembris anno 1717, cum esset


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aetatis 15 annorum, quos compleverat die 5 Octobris proximo elapsi, in Latinitate mediocriter instructus. Mense Augusti febre maligna correptus, sub illius ardoribus per aliquot dies laboravit donec, frequenti sanguinis emissione aliisque remediis devicta malignitate eius et, ut visum est medicis, periculo superato, duo sub utraque aure tumores, vulgo dicti perotidas, proruperunt, quorum exulseratis tumoribus simul et paenis, ciborum fastidio una cum viscerum disinteria exhaustis viribus, Ecc1esiae sacramentis praemunitus, die 6 Septembris per mediam noctem anno 1718 bonae indolis et spei iuvenis pie obdormivit in Domino, sepultusque iacet ad pedes altaris Sancti Iosephi. R.I.P. 167; not in G. (Dorset.) Born Oct 5 1702, son of George Penny and Susan Thomas, Catholics. Came Dec 1 1717, with some Latin. Aug 1718 fell ill; died Sept 6; buried at St Joseph's altar. PENRICE, Charles [missioner 1679] CAROLUS PENRICE [All in E. Jones's hand:] Quando ad Collegium accessit non inveni. Finitis studiis facultates missionarii accepit die 15 Septembris anno 1679 inque Angliam navigavit, ubi etiamnum laborat. 103; A3, 165; G, 238. Arrival date unknown. Went missioner to England Sept 15 1679 [BA 215, 39]; still working there [1710]. Note: In College early 1670 (BA 12, 203). Oath Jan 9 1672 (Oaths). Nephew of H. and W. Waring (A3, 165). PERCY , Thomas [1787-1825] [Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born Blandford, Dorset July 6 1787, son of Nathaniel Percy and Elizabeth Whitehead; baptised by Talbot; confirmed by Sharrock; admitted Feb 7 1803. G, 238. Note: His mother left convent at Acton to become Bishop Douglass's housekeeper (Corr Dec 8 1804). Feb 24 1809 sent to England, where he was ordained (BA 215, 150). Ordained at Old Hall Sept 22 1810 (G, 238). Died March 23 1825 (BA 78). *Peregrine, Thomas see SHORT, Thomas PERROTT, John, al. BARNES LEY [1629- 1714] IOANNES BARNESL Y, alias PEROTTUS, Wigorniensis, nobilis [Pickford's hand:] Huius pater fuit Ioannes Perottus, [inserted: mater Iuditha Barnesley, ambo Catholici et ex familiis] Catholicis. Latinitatem incepit in Anglia, unde huc missus est a Clero unus ex secunda missione ad Latinitatem perficiendam. Appulit 29 Septembris 1647 cum annorum esset 18 et paulo amplius. Ex Syntaxi ad Poesim tertium praemium habuit 18 Augusti 1648. [Whitaker's hand:] A.D. 1651 29 Decembris Logicam pub lice sub D. Godeno defendit cum laude; similiter et universam


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Philosophiam A.D . 1653 3 Februarii. Die 28 Martii iuramentum Collegii, die sequenti primam tonsuram et omnes ordines minores sus cepit in templo Spiritus Sancti, ordines conferente R. Episcopo Targensi; 12 vero Aprilis ab eodem Episcopo in privata capella ordinem subdiaconatus, die 7 Iunii diaconatum [Tilden's hand:] et 1 Iulii eiusdem anni sacerdotium ab eodem Episcopo in privata ipsius capella. Postea vero 14 Septembris eiusdem anni 1653 assumptus est in Magistrum Literarum Humaniorum donec D. Hollandus rediret ex Anglia; et discedente in Galliam D. Petro Giffardo, in Confessarium substitutus est, et interpretem pro Sancto Officio in visitatione navium; postea vero in Procuratorem Martii 16 1655. [po 54] Hic gesto per 4 menses Procuratoris officio, discedente in Angliam D. Ioanne Hollando cursum philosophicum sus cepit praelegendum incepitque 15 Septembris anni 1655. Conclusiones logicas habuit 19 Iunii anni 1656; itemque physicas 10 Maii 1657; tandemque ex universa Philosophia 29 Martii 1658. Tractatum de Fide, Spe et Charitate praelegendum suscepit Sacrae Theologiae Lector Vespertinus Aprilis 29 1658. Declaratus est Vice-Praeses 7 Ianuarii 1659. Conclusiones theologicas de Fide, Spe et Charitate 21 die Decembris 1659, necnon de Incarnatione Verbi Divini 21 die Decembris 1660 multa cum laude defendit. Die vero 12 Martii anni 1662 renuntiatus Praeses huius Collegii nonus [corrected from: octavus] per literas patentes a Capitulo Ecclesiae Anglicanae sede vacante officium assumpsit. [E. Jones's hand:] Cum magna omnium acceptatione per novem annos rexisset Collegium in Angliam decessit anno 1671, ubi Capituli Decanus electus, ea in dignitate versatus est usque ad 27 Maii anno 1714, die quo Corpus Christi in Anglia et festum sanctissimae Trinitatis Lusitaniae celebrabatur, plenus dierum et in senectute bona in civitate Londinensi obdormivit in Domino hora prima post meridiem. R. I. P. 38 & 54; A2, 241-2; G, 239. (Worcestershire.) Son of John Perrott and Judith Barnesley, both Catholics from Catholic families. Began Latin in England. Sent by Clergy in 2nd Latin mission. Arrived Sept 29 1647, aged a little over 18. 3rd prize at end of Syntax Aug 1648. Defended Logic under Tilden Dec 1651 and Philosophy Feb 1653. 1653: oath March 28; tons. and minors 29; subd. April 12; diac. June 7; priesthood July 1; Master of Humanity Sept 14 (till Sergeant's return). Made Confesor when Giffard left and interpreter for Inquisition [May 1654]. Procurator March 16 1655. Philosophy Lecturer Sept 1 1655. Held conclusions in Logic June 1656; in Physics May 1657; in Philosophy March 1658. Theology Lecturer April 29 1658. Vice-President Jan 7 1659. Held conclusions on Faith, Hope and Charity Dec 1659; on the Incarnation Dec 1660. March 12 1662 made President by Chapter. Ruled successfully for 9 years. Left for England 1671. Dean of Chapter [from 1676] to May 27 1714, when he died in London. Note: Oath as Confessor Aug 1 1657 (BA 122); Giffard left for France in 1654. A, 241 is mistaken in saying he went to England in 1655. Patent for President Dec 16 1661 (BA 121). As President he was allowed 20


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mil res yearly (BA 13, 10). The theses for his baccalaureate and doctorate are in Teaching May 1668. Viaticum May 3 1671 (BA 13, 10). OC 600 is a manuscript copy of his Controversial dialogues in defence of the RomanCatholickfaith, The second part, By J. P ., 1677: it was presented to College by Bishop Bramston. PETRE, Francis [ -1699] FRANCISCUS PETRE, Essexiensis, nobilis, convictor [All in E. Jones's hand:] Filius Ioannis Petre armigeri et Elizabethae Petre Catholicorum. Huc appulit 15 Martii anna 1677. Bis conclusiones pub lice cum laude defendit, unas logicales, alias universalis Philosophiae sub D. Roberto Smitheo. Ab Em. Protectore D. Verissimo de Lancastro, S. R. E. Cardinali, 1686 die 17 Octobris ad primam tonsuram et quatuor minorum ordinum gradus, anna 1687 die 22 Iunii ad sacrum subdiaconatum, die 24 eiusdem mensis ad diaconatum, et 1689 die 20 Novembris ad sacrum presbyteratum promotus fuit. Habitum Collegii sumpsit iuramentumque praestitit 7 Septembris anna 1686. Finitis studiis in Humaniorum Literarum Magistrum assumptus est, postea Confessarii munus obiit anna 1694, et anna 1695 die 2 Iulii Procurator Collegii factus est, et anna 1696 ab Ordinario huius civitatis ad Ulissiponensium confessiones accipiendas approbatus est. Die 1 Septembris 1692 Philosophiae Professor declaratus, bis conclusiones logicales cum laude publice moderatus est. Anno 1697 factus est Collegii Vice-Preses, quod officium summa animi moderatione et paterna in omnes benevolentia per biennium obiit. Ritum cantandi Vesper as in choro dominicis festisque diebus introduxit; ut officium defunctorum et Missa pro omnibus huius Collegii filiis defunctis feria quinta post diem omnium fidelium defunctorum quotannis canerentur instituit; pluraque alia ad bonum regimen et disciplinam Collegii accommodata. 16 Martii febri maligna correptus magna animi moderatione molestam aegritudinem tulit, usque ad 24 eiusdem mensis ecclesiasticis munitus sacramentis pie obdormivit in Domino anna 1699. Centum mil rez Collegio sine ullo missarum onere moriens reliquit pecuniamque qua vestimentum album et frontale pro altari Beatae Mariae Virginis de Pace [understand: emerentur], ad cuius pedem sepultus iacet. R.I.P. 98; A3, 168; G, 239-40. (Essex.) Son of John Petre and Elizabeth, Catholics. Arrived March 15 1677. Defended twice (Logic and Philosophy) under Robert Smith. Tons. and minors Oct 17 1686. Subd. and diac. June 22- 24 1687; priesthood Nov 20 1689. Oath Sept 7 1686. After his studies made Master of Humanity; Confessor 1694; Procurator July 2 1695. Given confessional faculties for Lisbon 1696. Philosophy Lecturer Sept 1 1692; held logical conclusions twice. Vice-President 1697: kind to all; introduced sung Vespers on Sundays and feasts and an annual office and sung Requiem for deceased collegians. Died of a fever March 24 1699. Left the College 100 milres. Buried at the altar of Our Lady of Peace.


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Note: Oath as Vice-President Dec 17 1697 (BA 122). After his death described as 'having sett ye Colledge in a verry good and extreordinary reformation' (BA 13, 60). PETRE, John [arrived 1682] JOANNES PETRE, Essexiensis, nobilis, convictor [All in E. Jones's hand:] Huc appulit 15 Decembris 1682. Finitis Rhetoricae studiis e Collegio dimissus est. 134; G, 240 (wrongly identified). (Essex.) Came Dec 15 1682. Finished Rhetoric. Dismissed. Note: 'John Petre came to ye Colledge ye 15 of 10ber 1682 & ye Marquez de Oranchas was to pay 75 M 000 for the first years stay at ye College & his friends promised td make up ye said 75 M rs an hundred pound for his breeding up as Alumnus thro all his courses. He went away at ye end of Rhetorick & dyed some years after in his voyage home from Guiney' (BA 13, 59). Left by Dec 1686 (AA). PETRE, Joseph [1693IOSEPHUS PETRE, de comitatu Essexiae, nobilis [All in E. Jones's hand:] Filius fuit Iosephi Petre armigeri et Catherinae Andrews Catholicorum. Appulit huc 27 Octobris anni 1708, aetatis suae 15 paulo ante completo. In Angliam, nondum peracto Gramatices studio, regressus est 15 Octobris anni 1710. 97; G, 240 (wrongly identified). (Essex.) Son of Joseph Petre and Catherine Andrews, Catholics. Arrived Oct 27 1708, just turned 15. Went back to England without completing Grammar Oct 15 1710. Note: Catherine was the first wife of Joseph senior. Joseph junior's birthday was Sept 17 (BA 13, 164). *Philips, John see GOLTY, Samuel; Philips, William see CLIFFORD, William

PICARDO, John Baptist [1718IOANNES BAPTISTA PICARDO, Genoensis [E. Jones's hand:] Filius Beneretti [sic] Picardo, negotia in hac civitate agentis, et Mariae Franciscae Picardo, Catholicorum, aetatis decem annorum, quos impleverat in Natali Domini proxime elapso, ingress us est Collegium die 5 Iunii an no 1729 ad Latinitatem. [Manley's hand:] Febri correptus ad paternam domum rediit 22 aut 23 die Decembris 1731. Rediit inquam ad patrem in hac civitate Ulyssiponensi mercaturam exercentem. 216; not in G. Born Dec 25 1718, son of Genoese parents, Benedetto [?], a businessman in Lisbon, and Maria Francesca, both Catholics. Came for Latin June 5 1729. Fell ill; returned to his father Dec 22 or 23 1731.


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PICKERING, Francis (1) [arrived 1696] FRANCISCUS PICKERING, Anglo-Lusitanus, nobilis, convictor [All in E. Jones's hand:] A patre D. Francisco Pickering in civitate Portucalensi negotia agente ad Collegium missus est, access it que 12 Novembris 1696. Finitis literarum humaniorum studiis e Collegio discessit 14 Iunii anna 1701, et ad patriam lediit. 134; G, 240. (Anglo-Portuguese.) Sent by his father, Francis, a businessman at Oporto; came Nov 12 1696. Left after humanity and went back to his father June 14 1701. PICKERING, Francis (2) [1737[Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born 1737; admitted Feb 17 1750. G, 240. Note: Son of Edward, a 'limner' at Madrid (BA 218, April 9 1750). Paid for by Philip Jackson, presumably a merchant in Lisbon (BA 52, 43). Seems to have left about Sept 1752 (BA 52, 58). PICKFORD, Edward al. DANIEL [1601-1657] EDUARDUS DANIEL, alias PICKFORDUS, Cornubiensis, nobilis [Pickford's own hand:] Hic cum esset alumnus in Collegio Anglorum Duaceno, ibique Philosophiae cursu publice defenso sub R. D. Guilielmo Talboto, quinque deinceps annos literas humaniores Latinas Graecasque docuisset, unumque mox annum Sacrae Theologiae audivisset, sacerdotio initiatus, in prima missione huc missus est, appulitque 14 Novembris anna 1628. Ubi cursum theologicum perficiens, mox electus est ut tractatum de Peccato sub R. D. Blackloo Praeside publice defenderet. Theses impressae, ab officio Sanctae Inquisitionis approbatae, invitatio facta, omnia in procinctu, ecce mandato Ill. Inquisitoris defensio pro tempore inhibetur, quippe invidorum calumnia apud eum thesibus aliquid detraxerat. Post aliquot tamen menses coram iudicibus supremi illius Concilii repressa calumnia et purgata innocentia veritas magis innituit, iussumque est ut defenderentur. [po 3*] Verum iam Praeses in Anglia ob negotia Collegii aberat, nec postea rediit, sicque defensionis in futurum sublata est occasio. Ipse post discessum Praesidis, cum reditum in patriam meditaretur, subito iussus est Philosophiam praelegere secundae missioni tunc advent anti. Cursus incepit 4 Octobris 1633, et triennio absolutus est. Quotannis bis publicis defensionibus praefuit; et quid em contra theses ex 8 libris Physicorum defensas, iterum ab invidis mussitatum est; sed iam patrocinio Ill. Inquisitoris gaudebat res nostra, sub quo veritas praevaluit. Ex Societate vero Iesu ne unus in nostris exercitiis comparere solet, cum omnes alii Religionum ordines frequentissimi confluant. Simul cum cursu munia quoque gessit Confessarii et Praefecti Studiorum. Perlecta Philo sophia ad Sacram Theologiam subiit, primamque Summae Divi Thomae partem inchoavit A.D. 1636. Quo finito cum summe cuperet in patriam, post 20 plus annorum absentiam, transire, iamque ad id licentiam ab Ill. Protectore obtinuisset, petitione ad illum retinendum ab universis


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paene alumnis eidem Ill. Protectori porrecta, ab eodem iussus est manere ad alterum saltern annum. Verum cum Praeses D. Guilielmus Hartius ob familiam male gubernatam ab Ill. Protectore dimissus esset, ipse Pater Daniel ab eodem Ill. D. in locum ipsius suffectus est cum aequali quidem potestate, non tamen cum titulo Praesidis anna 1637 ultimo Novembris, quoadusque Clerus Angliae alium substitueret. Quod officium simul cum lectione theologica continuavit usque ad adventum R. D. Petri Clarentii Praesidis 24 lunii sequentis anni. Post quod tempus demissis officiis Praesidis et Confessarii, in cura studiorum et Sacrae Theologiae process it anna 1639. Eo tempore quo Praesidis locum supplevit, defunctus est Ill. Fundator 6 Aprilis 1638, et alia centum quinquaginta mil res priori annuae pensioni superaddidit praeter sedecim circiter millia aureorum quae in manibus Ill. Protectoris ad novam ecclesiam aliasque fabricas deposuit. Mortuo D. Guilielmo Numano, accepit officium interpretis in visitatione navium exterarum quod ille habuerat 3 Augusti anna 1640. [Clarence's hand:] Demum circiter festum Natalis Domini anni 1640 ob merita, virtutes et doctrinam, baccalaureatus et doctoratus laurea donatus est, et 2 Februarii anni 1641 in Angliam discessit. [Pickford's hand:] Post 16 menses remissus est a Clero successor D. Clarencii in munere Praesidis, quod assumpsit 25 lunii 1642. Hujus tempore completa est exstructio ecclesiae novae, in eaque Missa Pontificalis solemniter celebrata ab Ill. Protectore D. Francisco a Castro 29 lunii 1644; et anna sequenti 1645 9 lulii instituta est Confraternitas Sanctorum Petri et Pauli. Quo item anna 26 Septembris factus est executor testamenti D. Joannis Chandeleri Collegium ex Asse 877 milres haeredem constituentis. Huius tempore inceperunt cantari Missa et Vesperae in ecclesia in Dominica Quinquagesimae 11 Februarii 1646; verum cessarunt circa festum Sancti Joannis Baptistae eodem anno. Huius tempore factus est primo Catholicus et mox Franciscanus D. Laurentius Skyttis [in margin: Laurentius a Sancto Paulo], Agens in hac aula pro Regina Sueciae, et reliquit Collegio ad 300 milres ad libros coemendos lulii 9 1648. Tandem post sexennium officium Praesidis dimisit 8 Augusti 1648 [H. Waring's hand:] et D. Francisco Victore in Angliam ob aegritudinem abeunte, 8 lanuarii anna 1649, iterum lectionem theologicam resumpsit et 4 Martii anna 1650 in Flandriam transmigravit. [po 57, Tilden's hand:] Post appulsum in Flandriam anna 1650 evocatus a vetere arnico D. Doctore Gulielmo Hyde, Praeside Collegii Duaceni, illuc profectus est et Confessarii simul et Lectoris Theologiae munus obiit; et defuncto Praeside aliquamdiu locum eius supplevit, donec altero Romae electo et confirmato, ipse magnum sui desiderium in eo Collegio post se relinquens in Angliam abiit. Ubi Vicarius Generalis Walliae Septentrionalis factus est, et inter quatuor (ex quibus unus eligeretur successor Richardo Episcopo Chalcedonensi defuncto) ultimus nominatus, sed in votis omnium primus, praemium laborum mense Septembris anna 1657 saeculo defunctus a Deo accepturus perrexit. 2*-3 *, 57; A2, 244-5; G, 240-1.


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(Cornwall.) Studied Philosophy at Douai [admitted Oct 20 1618 (CRS 10, 146)]; defended theses under William Talbot [Aug 1622 (ib. 193)]; taught Latin and Greek for 5 years, studied Theology for one and was ordained [Sept 26 1627 (ib. 260)]. Arrived Nov 14 1628. Completed his Theology; chosen to defend treatise on Sin under White: defence cancelled at last moment by Inquisitor, though later allowed; too late, since White had gone to England. Began to teach Philosophy to 2nd mission Oct 4 1633; taught it for 3 years, with public defences twice yearly. Complaints made against his theses on Aristotle's Physics, but truth prevailed thanks to the protection of the Inquisitor. ( Jesuits never attend College's exercises, though other religious come in great numbers.) While teaching he was also Confessor and Prefect of Studies. Began to teach Prima Pars in 1636. Wanted to leave but asked by Protector to stay another year. When Hargrave was dismissed, made acting-President Nov 30 1637, until arrival of Peter Clarence June 24 1638; continued as Prefect of Studies and Theology Lecturer. The Founder's death April 6 1638 brought in an extra 150 milres yearly, in addition to 16,000 crowns deposited with Protector for a chapel and other buildings. On death of William Newman Pickford succeeded as interpreter to foreign ships Aug 3 1640. Awarded a doctorate at Christmas 1640. Left for England Feb 2 1641. Succeeded Clarence as President June 25 1642. New chapel built in his time: Protector, Francisco a Castro, celebrated Pontifical Mass in it June 29 1644. Confraternity of Saints Peter and Paul founded July 9 1645. In July 1648 the Franciscan, Laurence Skytte, formerly agent of Queen of Sweden in Lisbon, left College 300 milres to buy books. Pickford laid down Presidency Aug 8 1648; taught Theology again from Jan 8 1649, when Francis Victor left because of illness. In 1650 went to Flanders; invited by Dr Hyde to be Confessor and Theology Lecturer at Douai College. On Hyde's death acted as President until a successor was appointed and then left for England. Made Vicar General of North Wales and was one of four named to succeed Bishop Smith. Died Sept 1657.

Note: For his entries in Annates see introduction. For trouble over White's theses in July or early Aug 1631 see DL III, 36-37 and BC II, 24-25. The office of interpreter (for Portuguese Inquisition) in inspection of foreign ships stayed in College from this time on; original grant of office is in EL Aug 1 1640. Pickford's appointment as President is dated April 11 1642 (BA 121). A draft petition from Pickford to King of Portugal (CCL probably 1644) gives a very clear summary of College's financial difficulties. Dodd (III, 294) possessed a manuscript volume of controversies by Pickford: it is now at Oscott. LC has copies of second edition (Douai, 1663) of Pickford's Meditations collected and ordered for the vse of the English Colledge of Lisbo by the Superiours of the same Colledge, but not 1st edition of 1649. A few of Skytte's books are in LC.


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PIERCE, Thomas, al. BOND [c.1632THOMAS BONDUS, alias PHILIPPUS PIERCE, Varvicensis, nobilis [Pickford's hand:] Huius pater fuit Thomas Pierce Catholicus. Latinitatem incepit in Anglia, unde huc missus est a Clero unus ex secunda missione ad Latinitatem. Appulit 15 Augusti 1647, cum esset an no rum 15. Ex Grammatica ad Syntaxim primum praemium habuit 18 Augusti 1648. [Whitaker's hand:] A.D. 1651 ad recuperandam valetudinem cum D. Sugario circa tempus paschale discessit in Angliam. 37; G, 241. (Warwickshire.) Son of Thomas Pierce, a Catholic. Began Latin in England. Sent by Clergy in 2nd Latin mission; arrived Aug 15 1647, aged 15. 1st prize at end of Grammar Aug 1648. To recover his health returned to England with J oh~ Morgan Easter 1651. Note: Viaticum to England May 14 1651; intended to return (BA 12, 66). -1687] PIERCE, William [ GULIELMUS PIERCE, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] Habitum Collegii sumpsit die 30 Decembris anno 1682. Omnibus ordinibus initiatus, ob defectum sanitatis antequam quartum theologiae annum attigerit, in Angliam rediit, sumptis missionarii facultatibus 1 die Iulii anno 1685, ubi paulo post e vivis excessit. Ad Collegium missus est ab Ill. Episcopo Portalegrensi et Theologiam audivit sub DD. Doctore Rogero Hesketh et Richardo Mosely. 107; A3, 169; G, 241. Oath Dec 30 1682. Ordained. Because of illness left missioner for England July 1 1685 [BA 215, 54], where he died soon after. Sent here by Bishop Russell; studied Theology under R. Hesketh and R. Mawdesley. Note: Sent by Russell to be an alumnus May 29 1677 (BA 13, 20). 1683: Aug 29 subd.; Sept 5 diac. (OF). Ordained June 4 1684 (Barnard BA 4). *Pilkington, Thomas see MACKWORTH, Thomas; Plunket, Henry see GOULD, Henry POSTLEWHITE, Thomas [1739- 1776] [Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born July 9 1739; baptised by Harper; admitted Nov 23 1752; confirmed April 7 1753; oath June 23 1761; diac. Sept 24 1763; priesthood and 1st Mass Oct 9 and 16 1763; died in College July 4 1776. A4, 218; G, 241. Note: Procurator Aug 6 1764 (BA 122). POTTS, Henry Joseph [1772-1800] [Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born Dancing Hall [Whittingham], Northumberland Aug 16 1772, son of John Potts and Anne Storey; baptised same day by Plesington; confirmed June 14 1773 by Walton; admitted Sept 18 1784. A4, 219-20; G, 241.


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Note: Had to stay in England because of illness (A4, 219-20): viaticum for England Oct 1 1791; returned 1794 (BA 46,73): extravagant and dilatory while preparing to return to Lisbon; Barnard thought him a dubious prospect (AA July 1794). Missionary oath Sept 12 1798 (BA 215, 136). Died Dec 4 1800 (CRS 12, 77). *Powell, Roger see WILLIAMS, Roger POWELL, Thomas, al. PROGERS [c.l615-1700] THOMAS PROGERUS, alias POWELL, Breconiensis in Wallia, nobilis [All in Pickford's hand:] Hic patre Hugone Powell natus, cum primas literas in Anglia gustasset, Duacum transiens et illic extra Collegium apud R. D. Richardum Irlandum nutritus, scholas Collegii frequentans Syntaxim perfecit, cum huc destinatus est unus ex secunda missione, et pedestri itinere advenit 4 Iulii 1633, cum annos aetatis haberet octodecimo Ubi cursum Philosophiae audivit et bis publicas conclusiones sub D. Daniele defendit: semel ex 8 libris Physicorum 11 Aprilis 1635; iterum cursum integrum Ill. Protectori dicatum 18 Iunii 1636. Habitum vero et iuramentum Collegii accepit 29 Iunii 1635 in festo Sanctorum Apostolorum Petri et Pauli; quod iuramentum ex quadam occasione coram Superioribus morbo gravatus renovavit die 30 Decembris 1635. Mox ad Theologiam ascendens, in secundo eius anno theses de Deo Uno R. et Ill. Richardo Episcopo Calcedonensi dedicavit, et magno applausu sub D. Daniele defendit die 7 Februarii 1638. [In margin: Primam tonsuram et minores 21 Decembris 1635 ab Ill. Protectore; subdiaconatum 21 Decembris 1638; diaconatum 2 Ianuarii 1639.] Anno deinde sequenti sacris ordinibus et sacerdotio initiatus est ab Ill. Protectore 26 Aprilis 1639. Post cursum Theologiae expletum assumptus est in Magistrum Philosophiae, quam docere inchoavit 13 Ianuarii 1641, et eodem absoluto publiceque defenso, navigio in Galliam abiit 29 Aprilis 1643 . Post aliquot annos Duacum evocatus factus est Lector Sacrae Theologiae et Collegii Duaceni VicePraeses. 9; A2, 253; G, 241. (Brecon.) Son of Hugh Powell; first studied humanity in Wales, then went to Douai and boarded with Mr Richard Ireland, attending classes in Douai College to end of Syntax. Chosen for 2nd mission, arrived on foot July 4 1633, aged 18. Studied Philosophy: defended theses under Pickford in April 1635 and June 1636. Oath June 29 1635; renewed it Dec 30 1635, when he was ill. In 2nd Theology defended theses under Pickford Feb 1638. Tons. and minors Dec 21 1635; subd. Dec 21 1638; diac. Jan 2; priesthood April 26 1639. At end of Theology made Philosophy Lecturer: began to teach Jan 13 1641, held one defence, completed course and left by ship for France April 29 1643. After a few years made Theology Lecturer [1655-7 (CRS 11, 539)] and Vice- President at Douai College. Note: Oath as Philosophy Lecturer July 23 1640 (BA 122).


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POYNTZ, John [1709-1789] IOANNES POINTS, Somersettensis, nobilis [All in E. Jones's hand:] Filius fuit Gilberti Points et Annae Borgoin, Catholicorum. Huc appulit 14 mensis Aprilis an no 1723, aetatis 14, quem adimplebit die vigessimo quinto Iunii proximo venturi; Collegiumque ingressus est ad Latinitatem . Hic huius vivendi modi pertaesus, sub pretextu religiosum ordinem ingrediendi, e Collegio aufugiit die 5 Decembris anno 1726 inque patriam rediit. 199; G, 242. (Somerset.) Born June 25 1709, son of Gilbert Poyntz and Anne Burgoyne [?], Catholics. Came April 14 1723 [see note] for Latin. Wearied of College; said he wanted to be a religious; left Dec 5 1726 and went home. Note: Arrived April 24 1723. 'Went away not finishing his Studdys. Run away for England' (SA 13, 208). G gives details of his career as a Jesuit. *Prance, Charles see TOWNSEND, Charles

PRENDERGAST, John [1768[Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born London June 6 1768, son of Patrick Prendergast and Catherine Nowland; baptised June 12 by Gerard Robinson; confirmed by James Talbot; entered February 16 1782; left. G,242. Note: Left about Feb 1 1786 (BA 46, 59).

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- 1733] HENRICUS PRESTON, Lancastriensis, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] Quando access it ignoro. Huc missus est ab Ill. D. Richardo Russello, Viseuensi Episcopo, pro eius victu et vestitu per omnes cursus stipendium solvente. Literis humanioribus et Philosophiae incubuit sub D. Rogero Brockholes, Theologiae sub eodem et D. Roberto Smitheo. Conclusiones ex universa Philosophia depromptas defendit sub D. Brockholes 1 Iulii anno 1689. Habitum Collegii sumpsit 17 Aprilis anno 1688. Ordinibusque initiatus missionarius in Angliam missus est die 5 Octobris anno 1692, ubi etiamnum laborat anno 1710. Post multos in animarum lucro susceptos labores die undecimo Iulii A.D. 1733 pie obdormivit in Domino intestinarum corruptela affectus. In testamento quod fecerat [blank] librarum monetae Angliae Collegio legavit. 115; A3 , 175- 6; not in G. (Lancashire.) Sent by Bishop Russell, who paid for board and clothing. Studied humanity and Philosophy under Brockholes, Theology under Brockholes and Robert Smith. Oath April 17 1688. Defended Philosophy July 1689. Went missioner to England Oct 5 1692 [BA 215, 64], where he is still working 1710. After many years of work for souls died July 11 1733; left money to the College. Note: Arrived Jan 21 1685 (BA 13, 20). Subd. and diac. Dec 17-18 1689 (OF). Shortly before his death offered to act as London Agent (Corr Feb 28 1732/33).


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IOANNES PRESTON, Londinensis, honesto loco natus [E. Jones' hand:] Anno 1732. Filius fuit Ioannis Preston, ferri mercatoris, et Mariae Williams, Protestantium. Cum per aliquot annos literis humanioribus, Poesi, Rhetoricaeque in Schola Mercatorum Scissorum studuerat linguaeque Graecae peritus evaserat, ad Collegium Oxoniense Divo Ioanni sacrum destinatus erat, ut ministri Ecclesiae Anglicanae ministerium edisceret. At stimulis conscientiae agitatus, variaque incidens in dubia de orthodoxia religionis Anglicanae in qua a parentibus fuit educatus, ad missionarios in publicis principum sacellis Londini existentibus ut veritatem enquireret se recepit, a qui bus de erroribus suis convictus, a R. Patre Ioanne Gunston, alias Sharp, in gremium Ecclesiae Catholicae Romanae receptus est, perque duos fere annos in eodem pie versatus, ad Philosophiae et Theologiae studia ascendere desiderans, a Procuratore Collegii Londini agente Ulissiponem missus est, cum esset aetatis 20 annorum quam adimplebit 28 die huius mensis Octobris A.D. 1732. Hucque appulit die 21 eiusdem mens is Collegiumque eodem die ingreditur ad studia quae Superioribus visa fuerint ad eius proventum magis idonea capessenda. Cum inopia magistrorum Collegium laboraret, in humaniorum literarum Magistrum promotus est die 4 Novembris anna 1732. Iuramentum Collegii praestitit habitumque assumsit die 21 Decembris A.D. 1733. Die 19 Martii A.D. 1734 ab Ill. D. D. Iosepho Henrico Correa de Gama Episcopo Constantiniensi, ex speciali commissione RR. D. Decani et Capituli Ulyssiponis Orientalis, sede vacante, in privato suo oratorio ordines celebrante, ad primam tonsuram quatuorque minores ordinum gradus; die vero 20 eiusdem mensis et anni ad sacrum subdiaconatus ordinem promotus est. [po 225, Manley's hand:] Die 5 Martii anna 1735 diaconus ordinatus est. Et die 4 Novembris anna 1736 sacerdotio insignitus est, eodem Ill. Episcopo ad omnes hos ordines ipsum promovente. Die 17 Septembris anna 1736 Procuratoris munere fungi coepit, [Bernard's hand:] et optime functus est usque ad medium Septembris anni 1742. Quo tempore humaniores litteras docebat, studio Philosophiae et Theologiae incubuit, posteaque simul cum Procuratoris munere, per aliquod tempus primo Philosophiam, deinde Theologiam legit, usque ad discessum D. Turbervellii Needham Philosophiae Lectoris [in margin: die tertia Iulii 1745], cum urgente necessitate cursum Philosophiae interruptum ad finem perduxit. Deinde iterum Theologiam incepit docere die 24 Martii anni 1747, cursumque perduxit usque ad vacantias anni 1749, cum duo ex tribus theologis ipsius auditoribus missione accepta in patriam regressi sunt mense Decembris eiusdem anni. Exinde alterum legit Philosophiae cursum per duos annos usque ad vacantias anni 1751. Alterum statim cursum incepit, quo finito anna 1753 Theologiam simul cum D. Gerardo Bernard docuit et etiam nunc in eodem munere versatur.


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Per totum hoc tempus variis Collegii negotiis indefessus incubuit, Procuratorum defectus et incuriam supplens, Praesidem consiliis adiuvans, scholarium omnium confessiones per plus sexdecim annorum spatium excipiens. Ipse Philosophiam qualis hodie in celebrioribus universitatibus docetur primus in hanc domum summa cum laude intulit, Theologiam quae Positiva et Dogmatica dicitur feliciter docuit. Vir summae doctrinae fama commendabilis, simplex et rectus ac tim ens Deum, quem Deus longo tempore huic Collegio conservet. [Allen's (?) hand:] Cum an no 1755 urbs Ulyssipo diro terrae motu pene funditus eversa fuisset et D. Ioannes Manleius tunc Praeses turre Collegii collabente mortem praematuram obiisset, D. Preston Collegium pene extinctum per plures annos assiduo labore sustinuit, nunc Procuratoris, nunc Philosophiae, [p'. 250] Theologiae et Litterarum Humanarum Magistri, prout necesitas exigebat, munus exercens. Gratia qua plurimum apud viros nobiles ob pietatis et doctrinae farnam valebat ad Collegii incrementum, non ad proprium emolumentum, semper usus est. Et hoc unum prae oculis habere visus est ut se neglecto missioni Anglicanae in omnibus consuleret. Per periculo sum illud Marchionis Pombalensis regimen ita se gessit ut neque nobiles amicos, licet ipsi Marchioni invisos, desereret, neque eiusdem Marchionis inimicitias incurreret. Tandem anno circiter 1775 Maria prima regnante electus est qui Principem Iosephum eiusdem Mariae primogenitum et ad eo regni haeredem instruendum susciperet. Quod munus cum per aliquod tempus gessisset, paralysi in latere correptus est. Hoc morbo languescens et muneri docendi Principem impar, ne sic quidem pro Collegio laborare pro viribus destitit, donec secundo percussus cursum huius vitae feliciter complevit die 7 Februarii anno 1780. 224- 5, 250; A4, 223-4; G, 242. (London.) Born Oct 28 1712, son of John Preston, ironmonger, and Mary Williams, Protestants. Studied humanity at Merchant Taylors' School: good at Greek. Was to go to St John's College, Oxford to read for orders. Began to query his Anglican beliefs; went to priests at Embassy chapels in London; converted by John Gunston, alias Sharp. Two years later sent here by our London Agent. Came Oct 21 1732. Master of Humanity Nov 4 1732. Oath Dec 21 1733. Tons. and minors 19 and subd. 20 March 1734; diac. March 5 1735; priesthood Nov 4 1736. Procurator Sept 17 1736 to Sept 1742, while first also teaching humanity and studying Philosophy and Theology and later teaching Philosophy and Theology. Completed Philosophy course left unfinished by Needham July 3 1745; began to teach Theology again March 24 1747 to December 1749. Taught Philosophy until 1751 and again until 1753. Taught Theology with Bernard, as he does now. Tireless in College's behalf; made up for Procurator's negligence, advised President, was Confessor for 16 years. Introduced modern science here; taught Positive and Dogmatic Theology. After Manley's death in earthquake of 1755 Preston supported College for many years as Procurator, Master of Humanity, Philosophy Lecturer,


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Theology Lecturer or whatever was needed. College benefitted from his high reputation with aristocracy. Managed not to offend Pombal without abandoning the friends Pombal was hostile to. About 1775 was tutor to Prince Joseph, heir to throne, for a few months. Suffered strokes; died Feb 7 1780. Note: Philosophy Lecturer Sept 17 1736 (BA 122). In July 1739 Birtwisle drafted a continuation of what Jones wrote above about Preston: began to teach a 2nd Philosophy course about April 1738. March 1738 Bishop Petre made him Vice-Regent, an office he held for a year, while still Procurator and Philosophy Lecturer (CCL). Started Theology course April 11 1741 (BA 122). 126 letters to him in Corr. 12 sermons. Will in Wills March 1778. Several of his courses survive in dictates or notes (BA 240-46); College had his courses on Logic and Metaphysics printed as textbooks (1855 and 1875).

PRICE, Humphrey, al. John VAUGHAN [1611IOANNES VAUGHANUS, alias ONUFRIUS PRICE, Montgomeriensis in Wallia, nobilis [A ll in Pickford's hand:] Hic patre Eduardo Price natus, primas literas gustavit in Anglia, quas mox Duacum transiens perfecit usque ad finem Poeseos,cum huc destinatus est unus ex secunda missione, et pedestri itinere advenit 4 Iulii 1633. Cursum Philosophiae audivit, et semel publicas theses ex universa Logica sub D. Daniele defendit 11 Iunii 1634. Habitum vero et iuramentum Collegii accepit 29 Iunii 1635 in festo Sanctorum Apostolorum Petri et Pauli. [In margin: primam tonsuram et minores 21 Decembris 1635; subdiaconatum 1636 26 Martii; diaconatum 6 Aprilis ab Ill. Protectore.] Verum urgente Collegii necessitate, in tertio Philosophiae anno sacerdotio initiatus est ab Ill. Protectore 20 Aprilis 1636. Deinde ad Theologiam ascendens, tertio eiusdem anno iterum theses de Sacramentis in Genere sub eodem Magistro publice defendit 19 Iunii 1639. Tandem sub fine quarti anni theologici habito examine, concione, iuramento etc., facultatibus acceptis in patriam missionarius navigio abiit 15 Aprilis 1640. 7; A2, 256; G, 262. (Montgomeryshire.) Son of Edward Price; studied in England and then to end of Poetry at Douai. [Entered Douai May 23 1631; left for Lisbon May 9 1633 (CRS 10: 294, 313).] Chosen for 2nd mission, arrived on foot July 4 1633. Studied Philosophy: defended theses on Logic under Pickford June 1634. Oath June 29 1635. Tons. and minors Dec 21 1635; subd. March 26; diac. April 6; priesthood in 3rd Philosophy April 20 1636. In 3rd Theology defended theses on Sacraments under Pickford June 1639. Went missioner April 15 1640. Note: First to sign missionary oath when a special book was provided (April 14 1640, BA 215 , 1). *Price, Maurice see PUGH, Maurice; Price, Philip see PARRY, Philip


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PRICHARD, William [1700- 1734] GUILIELMUS PRICHARD, Herefordiensis, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] Pater fuit Ioannes Prichard, mater Anna Pue, Catholici. Huc appulit 13 Iulii A.D. 1720 ad Latinitatem, natus 16 Octobris anna 1700 stylo veteri. Die 28 Octobris anna 1723 iuramentum Collegii praestitit habitumque sumpsit. Item die 17 Decembris eiusdem anni primam tonsuram cum quatuor rninoribus ordinibus ab Ill. D. D. Ioanne Archiepiscopo Lacedimoniae. Die 7 Ianuarii anna 1728 studium Logicae aggressus est, praelegente D. Iacobo Skelton. Quo deficiente et in Angliam iussu Em. Protect oris misso, eandem Philosophiam consummavit sub D. Georgio Slaughter et Guilhermo Mosley, et Theologiam sub eodem D. Slaughter. Tandem fmitis studiis in Procuratoris munus electus est die '2 Iulii A.D. 1733, quo munere functus est usque ad 17 mensis Augusti anna 1734, quando missionarii facultatibus acceptis in patriam rediit. Ibique obiit die 22 Octobris stylo veteri A.D. 1734. R.I.P. 183; A4, 225; G, 242. (Herefordshire.) Born Oct 16 1700 (O.S.), son of John Prichard and Anne Pugh, Catholics. Came July 13 1720 for Latin. Oath Oct 28 1723; tons. and minors Dec 17. Began Logic under Skelton Jan 7 1728; continued Philosophy under Slaughter and W. Mawdesley; studied Theology under Slaughter. Procurator July 2 1733. Went missioner to England Aug 17 1734 [BA 215, 100]. Died there Oct 22 1734. Note: Began to say Masses for Founder Jan 2 1729 (BA 171, 19). PROCTER, Robert [arrived 1675] ROBERTUS PROCTERUS, convictor [All in E. Jones's hand:] Huc appulit 24 Novembris 1675 ad Philosophiam: quando et quomodo discessit, parentes, patria [sic], progressus in studiis etc. ignoramus. 178; not in G. Came Nov 24 1675 for Philosophy. *Progers, Thomas see POWELL, Thomas PRYME, Jerome, al. HALL [ - 1708] HIERONYMUS PRYME, alias HALL, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] Huc accessit die 30 Iunii anna 1676. Habitum Collegii assumpsit 30 Decembris anna 1682. Completo humaniorum literarum curriculo Philosophiae studia in cepit et theses universales philosophicas sub D. Richardo Mosely summa cum laude defendit die 3 Novembris anna 1682. In Theologia conclusiones universales theologicas Ill. D. Ioanni Episcopo Adramettensi, Vicario in Anglia Apostolico, dicatas defendit die 6 Aprilis anna 1686 sub D. Rogero Hesketho, Sacrae Theologiae Lectore emerito. Humaniorum Literarum factus est [understand: Magister], easque docuit per triennium; ex inceps die 5 Ianuarii anna 1690 destinatus est Lector


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Philosophiae. Theses logicales habuit die 5 Julii anno 1691 et anno 1692 conclusiones de 8 Libris Physicorum, et die integra anno 1693 conclusiones ex universa Philosophia delibatas habuit Serenissimae Catharinae Magnae Britanniae Reginae dicatas. Theologiae Lector Vesperarius destinatus est die 30 Augusti anno 1692 theses que de Theologiae Proaemialibus, Visione Beatifica, Scientia et Voluntate Dei habuit 15 Martii anno 1695. A.D. 1695 die 23 Aprilis factus est Studiorum Praefectus, conclusionesque ex universa Theologia depromptas habuit die integra 12 Iulii an no 1698; A.D. 1700 die 13 Decembris conclusiones habuit de Fide, Spe et Charitate; die 11 Augusti anno 1701 de sanctissimo Eucharistiae sacramento Ex. Marchioni Alegrettensi dicatas, et 22 Iulii anno 1702 de ineffabili Trinitatis mysterio. Deficiente D. Petro Key in Philosophiae cursu quem edocendum susceperat, ad Philosophiam iterum perlegendum regressus est, habuitque theses de tota Logica die 10 Decembris anno 1705, et ex universa Philosophia die integro 12 Octobris anno 1706. [p o 136] Plures etiam annos in Sacra Scriptura edocenda assumpsit. Tandem febre maligna et frenesi correptus omnibus que ecclesiae sacramentis munitus pie obdormivit in Domino [in margin: die 23 Maii anno 1708], sepultusque iacet ad pedem altaris Beatae Mariae Virginis de Pace intra cancellos. R.I.P. 107 & 136; A3 , 180; G, 242- 3. Came June 301676. Oath Dec 30 1682. After humanity began Philosophy; defended Philosophy under R. Mawdesley Nov 1682 and theological theses, dedicated to Bishop Leyburn, under Hesketh April 1686. Master of Humanity for 3 years. Philosophy Lecturer Jan 5 1690: held logical theses July 1691, physical 1692 and, in 1693, a full day of philosophical theses dedicated to Queen Catherine. Theology Lecturer Aug 30 1692: theological theses March 1695. Prefect of Studies April 23 1695. Held a whole day of theological theses July 1698; theses on Faith, Hope and Charity Dec 1700; on Eucharist, dedicated to Marquis of Alegrete Aug 1701; on Trinity July 1702. Took up teaching Philosophy again to replace Key: logical theses Dec 1705 and philosophical Oct 1706. Also taught Scripture for several years. Died of a fever May 23 1708; buried at altar of Our Lady of Peace. *Prynne see PRYME PUGH, Andrew [1690ANDRAEAS PUGH, Londinensis, convictor, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] Filius fuit Rogeri Pugh et Mariae Wade Protestantium. Huc appulit in navi bellica Annae Reginae Angliae cognominata Sanctus Georgius, D. Hieronymo Barker Lieutenenti famulatum praebens. Hic Clementem Guise (de quo pagina 94), cui arcta amicitia erat adstrictus, ad Arabidam commitatus, navi dominoque fuga relictis , per idem regium decretum in Collegium admissus est 13 Maii A.D. 1709, aetatis 19 et duo bus amplius mensibus. Ubi integro fere anno


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in Gramaticae studiis consumpto, Collegio discessit et in patriam rediit 12 Maii anno 1710. Perductus fuit ad fidem et sanctissimo Eucharistiae sacramento munitus aD. Matthia Watkinsono una cum socio suo Clemente Guise. Discessit a Collegio die 8 Maii anno 1710 in Angliam navigaturus. 95; G, 243. (London.) Son of Roger Pugh and Mary Wade, Protestants. Arrived on a ship of Royal Navy, Saint George, as servant to Lieutenant Barker. Deserted. Went to Arrabida with his friend, Clement Guise: admitted with him May 13 1709, aged 19 and 2 months. After almost a year in Grammar left for England May 12 1710. Received into Church by Watkinson. Note: From St MartiJl's parish, Ludgate. Birthday March 8 (O.S.). Paid for by John V (see under Clement Guise and BA 13, 170). PUGH, John [1641-1673] IOANNES PUGH, Denbighensis, nobilis [All in Tilden's hand:] Huius pater fuit Audoenus Pugh nobilis Catholicus. Huc appulit 5 Februarii 1662, quintus ex quinta missione ad Latinitatem, annos natus viginti et septem vel octo menses, utpote natus anno 1641 feria 4 Pentecostes stylo veteri. 74; A3, 180; G, 243. (Denbighshire.) Son of Owen Pugh, a Catholic of noble birth. Arrived Feb 5 1662, 5th of 5th Latin mission, aged 20, born on Whit Wednesday 1641 (O.S.). Note: Nephew of John Parry (BA 12, 174). Oath Aug 6 1666 (Oaths). Said Masses for Founder from Oct 16 1667 (BA 171, 3). Missionary oath Feb 2 1670 (BA 215, 27). Died July 3 1763 (CRS 12, 100). PUGH, Maurice, al. PRICE [missioner 1686] MAURITIUS PUGH [All in E. Jones's hand:] Huc accessit die 6 Iunii an no 1677. Habitum Collegii sumpsit die 30 Decembris anni 1682 finitisque studiis missioneque suscepta in Angliam rediit 29 Aprilis 1686, ubi modo laborat. Conclusiones universales ex tot a Philosophia depromptas summa cum laude defendit sub patrocinio D. Richardi Mosely die 3 Novembris anno 1682. Post plures in animabus Deo lucrandis consumptos annos, fontem Sanctae Winifredae sacram devotionis causa invisens ibidem piisime obiit in Domino. 92; A3, 180; G, 243. Came June 6 1677. Oath Dec 30 1682. Finished studies; went missioner to England April 29 1686 [BA 215,58), where he is still working [1710]. Defended Philosophy under R. Mawdesley Nov 1682. After many years of working for souls, died at St Winifred's Well. Note: Subd. and diac. Feb 24-25 1685 (OF).


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PURCELL, Edward (1) [1685EDUARDUS PURCELL, Salopiensis [All in E. Jones's hand:] Huius pater fuit Ioannes Purcell. Huc appulit 30 Decembris 1699, aetatis 14, ad Latinitatem. A patre literis avocatus in Angliam navigavit 12 Decembris 1707. 173; not in G. (Shropshire.) Son of John Purcell. Came Dec 30 1699, aged 14, for Latin. Called home by his father, sailed Dec 12 1707. Note: His mother's name was Catherine (BA 13, 129). PURCELL, Edward (2) [c.1716EDUARD US PURCELL, nobilis [Manley's hand:] Frater Iacobi Purcel (de quo vide paginam 217) ex eodem patre eademque matre, natus in agro Salopiensi, anno aetatis 15 nondum completo, nec ipse novit quando sit completurus. Ad hunc portum appulit 3 Septembris, ad Collegium autem accessit 5 Septembris 1730, linguae Latinae rudimentis in Anglia imperfectissime delibatis. [E. Jones's hand:] Grammaticae studiis incubuit, Poeticesque limina salutaverat, quando ab avunculo in Angliam vocatus illuc rediit 17 Ianuarii 1734. 218; G,243. Brother of James; born in Shropshire. Came, aged not yet 15, Sept 5 1730, with very sketchy grasp of Latin rudiments. Studied to beginning of Poetry; summoned by uncle; returned to England Jan 17 1734. Note: The uncle was one of his father's executors (BA 13, 230). PURCELL, James [1713IACOBUS PURCELL, nobilis, Londinensis [All in Manley's hand:] Filius Ioannis Purcell, medicinae doctoris, et uxoris Elizabeth Banner, Catholicorum, natus Londini 14 die Februarii (secundum stylum veterem) 1713. Ad Collegium accessit die 9 Iunii [in margin: anno 1730] annos natus 17, quos compleverat mense Februarii proxime elapsi, acceptis in Anglia Grammaticae rudimentis, sed admodum imperfecte. Die 2 Februarii anno 1731 fugit e Collegio et ad navem regiam Anglicanam se contulit; qua post aliquot dies relicta (nescio an dirnissus) in hac civitate repertus est, et ad Collegium vi reductus, die nono eiusdem mensis. Post paucos dies, cum non semel maxime immorigerum atque obstinatum se praeberet, palam in schola coram condiscipulis caesus est. Paulo post initium mensis Martii usque adeo recruduit eiusdem pervicacia, ut ipsius D. Praesidis reprehensiones et personam non semel vilipenderit. Quam ob causam, cum de Em. Protectoris D. Cardinalis da Cunha consensu expellendus esset, rursum e Collegio fugit die 13 Martii 1731. Die sequenti a Praeside declaratus est expulsus et omnibus prohibitum est ne ipsum inviserent aut cum ipso colloquerentur. 217; G, 243. (London.) Born Feb 14 1712/13 (O.S.), son of John Purcell, a doctor, and Elizabeth Banner, both Catholics. Came June 9 1730, wit~ rudiments


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of Latin. Feb 2 1731 ran away to a ship of English royal navy; found in Lisbon; brought back. Obstinate and insubordinate, even to President. About to be expelled, so ran away again March 13 1731; next day declared to be expelled. Note: Brother of Edward Purcell (2). PURCELL, Philip [arrived 1696] PHILIPPUS PURCELL, Salopiensis [All in E. Jones's hand:] Huc appulit 30 Augusti 1696. Relictis literarum humaniorum studiis quibus vexabatur [?], in patriam rediit 23 Decembris 1698. 134; A3, 181; G, 243. (Shropshire.) Came Aug 30 1696. Gave up study of humanity and went home Dec 23 1698. Note: No evidence of ordination. REISON, Louis [arrived 1710] LUDOVICUS REISON, Ulissiponensis, honesto loco natus, convict or [All in E. Jones's hand:] Huius pater fuit Ludovicus Reisson, mercaturam in hac civitate exercens, mater Ioanna, aut Eugenia, Estrina, ambo Catholici et Galli. Huc accessit die 5 Novembris 1710 ad Latinitatem. E Collegio discessit 25 Iulii 1713 et ad Canonicos Regulares Ordinis Sancti Augustini se recepit. 177; not in G. (Lisbon.) Son of Louis Reison [see note], a merchant in Lisbon, and Jane [Jeanne or Eugenie] Estrina, French Catholics. Came for Latin Nov 5 1710. Left July 25 1713 and joined Canon Regulars of St Augustine. Note: '1710. Luiz Reyson son to Laurance Reison and Jane Estrina borne in Lisbo & baptized in St Paules Parish ... On the 25th of July an: 1713 Luiz Resson went out of the Colledge, in order to enter into the Order of the Cannon Regulers of St. Vincente de Fora' (BA 13, 182). REVELL, Thomas [arrived 1692] THOMAS REVELLUS, Eboracensis [All in E. Jones's hand:] Appulit die 2 Februarii anno 1692. Iuramentum Collegii praestitit die 30 Martii anno 1697. Sed cum statui sacerdotali minus aptus videretur in Angliam remissus est. 127; A3, 183; G, 244. (Yorkshire.) Came Feb 2 1692. Oath March 30 1697. Unsuitable; sent to England. Note: A and Bellenger follow G in listing him as a priest but 'Thomas Revill went to England with ye oath & unfitt of a priest in ye Lusitania Capn Freeman 16 of IObr 1700'. He was on Revell's fund, so presumably was a relative (BA 13, 32). *Reynolds, John see ALLANSON, John


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REYNOLDS, William (1) and (2) [1648-1718, but see note] GUILIELMUS RA YNOLDS, Oxoniensis, nobilis [Tilden's hand:] Huius pater fuit Guilielmus Raynolds nobilis Catholicus. Huc appulit die 5 Februarii 1662, quartus ex quinta missione ad Latinitatem, annos natus quatuordecim. [E. Jones's hand:] In senectute bona post multos labores in animarum conversione obdormivit in Domino in [?] mense Februarii anno 1718. R.I.P. 73; A3, 183-4; G, 244. (Oxfordshire.) Son of William Reynolds, a Catholic of noble birth. Arrived Feb 5 1662, 4th of 5th Latin mission, aged 14. After many labours for conversion of souls died Feb 1718. Note: There may have been two William Reynolds: (1) this one admitted in Feb 1662 (confirmed by BA 12, 176) and another (2), not entered in Annales. (2) entered Feb 8 1663. The hope was that he might start Philosophy (which (1) was much too young for), but in fact he studied humanity for 3 years (BA 12, 186). There are two alumni oaths: (1) Aug 6 1666; (2) Sept 1 1670. If there were two, my guess is that it was (1) who was made subdeacon, deacon and priest June 28-30 1671 (OF), was at Portalegre in April 1673 (BA 13, 23) and took the missionary oath March 9 1675 (BA 215, 33). In May 1666 one of them defended theses on Physics (see entry for Watkinson). But there may, after all, have been only one, since very occasionally a student renewed the oath and conflicting entry dates are not very compelling evidence. RICE, Stephen [1693STEPHANUS RICE, Hispanus, convictor, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] Huius pater fuit Bartholomeus Rice, Hibernus mercaturam exercens in Portu Sanctae Mariae in Hispania, ubi hic natus est; mater Leonora Dellos Lameros Hispana, ambo Catholici. Huc appulit 15 Septembris 1709 aetatis 16, quam adimpleverat die 10 eiusdem mensis, ad Latinitatem. Discessit die 6 Februarii 1710. 178; not in G. (Spanish.) Son of Bartholomew Rice, an Irish merchant in Puerto de Santa Maria, Spain, where Stephen was born Sept [see note] 10 1693, and Leonora dellos Lameros, a Spaniard, both Catholics. Came Sept 15 1709 for Latin. Left Feb 6 1710. Note: Month of birth is Nov in BA 13, 171. RILEY, William [arrived 1788] [Columnar entry, BA 4:] Son of Charles and Mary; born in London; confirmed by Thomas Talbot; admitted July 26 1788. G, 244. Note: Had been at Sedgley Park (Corr June 21 1788). Died in Theology; buried in chapel Nov 27 1798 (BA 78). RISDON, Edward [arrived 1698] EDUARDUS RISDON [All in E. Jones's hand:] Huc appulit 3 Novembris 1698; discessit in patriam, relictis studiis, 27 Octobris 1702. 172; not in G.


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Came Nov 3 1698; gave up studies and went home Oct 27 1702. *Rivett, John see HARVEY, Monox ROBAU, John Augustine [1699IOANNES AUGUSTINUS ROBAU, Ulissiponensis, honesto loco natus, convict or [All in E. Jones's hand:] Huius pater fuit Petrus Robau, Gallus et mercaturam in hac civitate exercens; ingressus est Collegium 15 Augusti 1710 aetatis 11 ad Latinitatem, sed post annum in Collegio insumptum domum rediit. 176; not in G. (Lisbon.) Son of Peter Robau, a French merchant in Lisbon. Came Aug 15 1710 for Latin [see note]; aged 11; went home after a year. Note: Born Aug 28 1699; mother's name Anna. Came to College to learn English. Died of plague in La Rochelle (BA 13, 179). Cousin of Pedro de Olioli. Council's minutes called him son-in-law to Mr Gregory Fitzgerald (BA 131, 3); presumably his father was the son-in-law. ROBINSON, Francis [student 1652-54] FRANCISCUS ROBINSONUS, Lancastrensis, nobilis, convictor [Whitaker's hand:] Huius pater fuit Thomas Robinsonus. E Gallia venit cum Ex. Legato D. Francisco de Sousa Coutinho. Ad instantiam sui avunculi D. Ioannis Robinsoni, admissus est ut convictor A.D. 1652 1 Decembris, unus ex tertia missione ad Latinitatem. [Tilden's hand:] Post sesquiannum ab avunculo missus est Duacum ut se in literis humanioribus perficeret et ad cursum Philosophiae praepararet. Discessit in Angliam 29 Maii 1654. 47; G, 245. (Lancashire.) Son of Thomas Robinson. Came from France with Ambassador, Francisco de Sousa Coutinho. At request of uncle, John Robinson (1), admitted as convictor Dec 1 1652. Sent by uncle to Douai to complete humanity and prepare for Philosophy; left for England May 29 1654. Note: Brother of John Robinson (2). BA 12, 89 lists payments made to him in England by Sergeant on orders of his uncle, John Robinson (1). ROBINSON, John (1) [c.l615-1676] IOANNES ROBINSONUS, Lancastrensis, honesto loco natus [Pickford's hand:] Hic patre Ioanne Robinsono natus, in Anglia literas hum ani ores accepit. Mox unus ex tertia missione huc missus est cum viginti et paulo amplius esset annorum. Appulit 1 Octobris 1635; anno vero sequenti Kalendis Aprilis cursum philosophicum incepit. Mox habitum cum iuramento Collegii accepit 29 Iunii 1636. [Inked over: Hic est unus ex quatuor qui in seditione quadam per posticum Collegii erupit ipso die quo discessit D. Lancasterus: verum a Ministro Publico iussu Ill.


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Protectoris sequenti die reductus agensque paenitentiam in Collegium receptus est 2 Septembris 1638.] Anno 1638 [substituted for Mox eodem anno] ad Theologiam ascendit. Primam tonsuram et ordines minores suscepit ab Ill. Protect ore 3 Aprilis 1638, ac sub eodem subdiaconatum, diaconatum et presbyteratum, 8, 9 et 10 Aprilis 1640. Tandem finitis studiis, praemisso examine et praestito iuramento cum promissione annexa, cum facultatibus consuetis missionarius per Hollandiam in Angliam abiit 20 Maii 1643. [Tilden's hand:] Hic diplomate regio factus est Consul Nationis Anglicanae in regnis Portugalliae, quo officio per quinque circiter annos functus in Angliam rediit. [In margin: Consul anno 1650.] 12; A2, 268; G, 245 (confuses his nephew with him). (Lancashire.) Son of John Robinson; studied humanity in England. Chosen for 3rd mission when a little over 20, arrived Oct 1 1635 and started Philosophy April 1; oath June 29 1636. One of 4 who broke out of College the day North left. On Protector's orders brought back by an official next day and readmitted Sept 2 1638. Then began Theology. Tons. and minors April 3 1638; subd., diac. and priesthood April 8-10 1640. Left for England via Holland a missioner with faculties May 20 1643. By royal diploma made English Consul in Portugal, an office he held for about 5 years before returning to England. Consul in 1650. Note: Those who ran away with him were: Thomas Blount, Henry Starkey, Anthony Smith and, it seems, Thomas Short. Missionary oath April 8 1643 (BA 215, 7). While Consul he was a paying guest in College and seems to have lived there most of the time until summer of 1660 (see BA 12, 88-89). ROBINSON, John (2) [c.1637IOANNES ROBINSONUS, Lancastriensis, nobilis, convictor [H. Waring's hand:] Huius pater fuit Thomas Robinsonus nobilis. Ex Hollandia huc appulit adductus ab avunculo suo Ioanne Robinsono, cuius interventu receptus est in Collegio 17 Maii A.D. 1650, cum esset tredecim annorum et quinque mensium, unus ex tertia missione ad Latinitatem. [Tilden's hand:] Post quatuor annos missus est a patruo, D. Ioanne Robinsono presbytero, Duacum ut se in literis humanioribus perficeret et ad curs urn Philosophiae praepararet. Discessit in Angliam 29 Maii 1654. 45; G, 245 (confuses him with uncle). (Lancashire.) Son of Thomas Robinson of noble birth. Came from Holland, brought by uncle, John Robinson; admitted May 17 1650, aged 13 and 5 months, one of 3rd Latin mission. After 4 years sent by uncle to Douai to complete humanity and prepare for Philosophy. Left for England May 29 1654. Note: Brother of Francis. Fees were paid by uncle, John Robinson (1), the Consul (BA 12, 88). *Robinson, Peter see WHALE, Peter


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ROCK, Samuel [1762-1839] [Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born Calmore, Staffordshire March 4 1762, son of Samuel Rock and Elizabeth Thornhill; baptised March 13 by Pierce Parry; admitted March 30 1773; confirmed May 24 1777; sent to Douai Aug 81779. A4, 230-1; 0, 245. Note: Entered Rhetoric at Douai College Sept 27 1779; left April 6 1780; back in Logic by Oct 1781; taught Syntax 1786; left for mission Oct 14 l787 (CRS 63: 285, 290, 308, 312, 373- 4). Died April 28 1839 (CD 1840, 115). ROE, Matthew [left 1745] [Columnar entry, BA 4:] Expelled February 9 l745. Not in O. Note: Was in College by Aug 6 l740 (BA 2l7). Father was Irish (BA 217, April 20 1742). 'The Question put, whether Matthew Roe having been concerned in Liquor on Sunday Night the 7th Instant, & having asked to go away from the House, shou'd be let to go away, or shou'd be expelled? Resolved that on consideration of frequent Excesses, little hopes of Amendment & also a fickleness long observed in him, that he shou'd be expelled' (Feb 18 1745, BA 131,43). In May refused to readmit him, despite a recommendation from Challoner (ibid., 44). ROGERS, Richard [arrived 1738] Note: No entry for him. Son of Patrick Rogers, a merchant in Lisbon. Came May 1738; left Dec 6 1739 (BA 13, 248). Not in O. ROUT, Richard [1707RICARDUS ROUT, Suthsexiensis, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] Huius pater fuit Ricardus Rout, mater Anna Harris, Catholici. Huc appulit die 12 mensis Decembris A.D. 1722, aetatis 15, quem adimpleverat die 7 Maii proximo elapsi eodemque die Collegium ingressus est ad Latinitatem. Post aliam furtim e Collegio fugam inque idem regressum, tandem inconstantis ingenii iuvenis iterum aufugiit die 3 Decembris A.D. 1725. At inventus in civitate vagabundus rursum ad Collegium adductus est die 11 eiusdem mensis. Tandem 27 Maii anno 1726 tertio e Collegio elabitur inque navem bellicam Anglicanam se recepit. 196; not in O. (Sussex.) Born May 7 1707, son of Richard Rout and Anne Harris, Catholics. Came Dec 12 1722 for Latin. Ran away a 2nd time Dec 3 1725; found wandering in Lisbon and brought back on the 11. Ran away a 3rd time May 27 [see note] 1726 and boarded an English man-of-war. Note: Ran away May 7 1726 (BA 13, 209). RUSSELL, Francis, al. SAVOY [arrived 1670] FRANCISCUS RUSSELLUS [All in E. Jones's hand:] Hic ad Collegium missus est a supradicto Episcopo Portalegrensi avunculo. l74; not in O.


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Sent by uncle, Bishop Russell. Note: 'Francis Russel alias Savoy came the 4 of March 1670 and continued till ye third of Sept: 1672' (RRL, late 1685). RUSSELL, James [arrived 1682] IACOBUS RUSSELLUS [All in E. Jones's hand:] Ad Collegium accessit die 1 Iunii an no 1682, missus ab avunculo suo Ill. D. Richardo Russello Episcopo Portalegrensi, qui pro eius victu et vestitu stipendium solvit. Humanioribus literis sub D. Rogero Brockholes incubuit, quibus perlectis Philosophiae limen salutans e Collegio discessit religiosumque Sanctissimae Trinitatis habitum in hac Ulissiponensi civitate vestivit. 117; A3, 192; 0, 246. Came June 1 1682, sent by uncle, Bishop Russell, who paid for food and clothing. Studied humanity under Brockholes. Left and joined Trinitarians in Lisbon. Note: 0 has him receiving subd. diac. and priesthood in May 1693; I suspect he has misread Barnard's entry (BA 4) for Vane. RUSSELL, Richard [c.1629-1693] RICHARDUS RUSSELUS, Bercheriensis, honesto loco natus [Pickford's hand:] Huius pater fuit Richard Russelus Catholicus. Ex Anglia puerulus venit cum D. Daniel Praeside anna 1642, cui per quinque annos servivit et simul studuit. Postea ab eodem admissus est in Collegium unus ex secunda missione ad Latinitatem 14 Augusti 1647, cum esset annorum 18. Ex Syntaxi ad Poesim primum praemium habuit 18 Augusti 1648. [Whitaker's hand:] A.D. 1651, cum propositum illi esset ut trans latus a Logica (quam sub D. Oodeno totam audiverat) exciperet Casus Conscientiae et Controversias et sic sacerdotio inauguratus mitteretur in Angliam, potius quam vellet tam mutilus in scientiis capessere tantum gradum elegit experiri fortunam suam, an scilicet admitti posset Duaci; et ita navigavit in Hollandiam. Iuvenis bonae spei. [po 55, Tilden's hand:] Hic anna 1651 in Flandriam navigans in Collegium Duacenum admissus est ibique absoluto cursu Philosophiae et uno anna in Sacra Theologia, sacris ordinibus, etiam sacerdotio, initiatus est. Inde in Oalliam proficiscens, per duos annos studiis theologicis operam dedit in Conventu Patrum Oratorii prope Parisios. Quibus finitis, a Praeside huius Collegii vocatus, et a Clero Anglicano missus, Ulyssiponem rediit 2 Decembris anna 1655, et factus est Collegii Procurator. Quo munere per sesquiannum functus, negotii causa literis a Capitulo CIeri Anglicani missis revocatus, in Comitatu D. Francisci de Melo, Legati Lusitanici, in Angliam rediit 25 die Iulii anna 1657. [Perrott's hand:] Ex licentia Capituli retentus est ab eodem Legato, apud quem mansit per tres annos et dimidium, in magnum commodum Legationis et rei Lusitanicae. Et postea cum eodem Legato huc appulit 11 Novembris 1660 et benignissime habitus a Regina Luiza tunc Regente propter insignem


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diligentiam et fidelitatem quam exhibuerat in promovendo interesse huius Regni, numeratis illi mille et octoginta aureis assignatisque insuper 75 aureis monetae Anglicanae in singulos menses, dimissus est in Angliam cum titulo Secretarii Reginae et literis ad Carolum Secundum Magnae Britaniae Regem 9 Decembris 1660. Ibidem ipsius potissimum opera et industria peractum est negotium matrimonii Regis Caroli Secundi cum Serenissima Catherina Infante Portugalliae, ipseque in celebrando praedicto matrimonio parochi vices egit. Indeque rediens cum Ex. Legato cum literis Regis commendatitiis, summo honore a Regina Regente exceptus est 6 Augusti 1661, et ab eadem electus et nominatus Episcopus de Cabo Verde, cum promissione ut in primum episcopatum qui in Regno Portugalliae vacaret cooptaretur; quod non acceptavit. [E. Jones's hand:] Dum res praepararentur ut Serenissima Infans ad sponsum suum Carolum Regem navigaret continuo in Aula versatus est officium que vulgo dictum Similher de Cortina eidem Serenissimae Reginae praestitit, quamque rudimentis linguae Anglicanae imbuit, navigantemque in Angliam comitatus. Anno 1671 mense Iulii electus est in Episcopum Ecclesiae Portalegrensis menseque Septembris sequentis episcopali charactere et infulis initiatus. Mense Ianuarii A.D. solemni pompa civitatem Portalegrensem intravit [po 187] sedemque ascendit, quam per decem circiter annos vero apostolico zelo pastoralique cura gubernavit. Plurima altaria templaque parochialia ob[?] longis Hispaniam inter et hoc regnum bellis gestis ruin as passa reparavit, campanas novas confecit, palatium episcopale non solum reparavit sed pene extruxit, ornamenta item ecclesiae renovavit propriis que sumptibus, mores tam ecclesiasticorum quam saecularium reformavit pluraque pia opera effecit quae inter diocesanos illos grata memoria usque hodie celebrantur. Circiter annum 1682 ad episcopatum Viseensem beneplacito Serenissimi Regis Petri Segundi promotus est, in quo 15 Novembris 1693, aetatis 63, episcopatus 23 et quatuor mensibus, pie obdormivit in Domino. Hic convocavit Synodum Dioecesanam in qua plurima ex constitutionibus episcopatus consentiente Clero permutavit quasque propriis sumptibus praelo dedit. Cathechismum ad Parochos Tractatumque Asceticum Cardinalis Bonae pro praeparatione ad Missam in linguam Lusitanam transcribi curavit omnibusque episcopatus sui pastoribus legendos commendavit. Xenodochium in Conventu Patrum Capucinorum aedificavit, et monialibus Ordinis Sancti Benedicti novitiatum. De caeteris piis operibus in hac dioecesi peractis sequentem rationem reddit S. D. nostro Innocentio XI per R. Canonicum Patrem Franciscum de Veyga ad visitanda limina Apostolorum missum, scribens 28 mensis Martii A.D. 1692. Reditus mensae episcopalis satis amplos habet Ecclesia Viseensis; deductis tamen pensionibus regiae dispositioni reservatis, sumptibus quoque fabricae et seminarii, aliisque certis expensis, familiae quoque amplae alendae, quod superest pauperibus et piis usibus erogari curo,


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scilicet in alendis, vestiendis miserabilibus personis utriusque sexus, in aegrotis curandis, in dotandis virginibus pauperculis, etiam et honestioris conditionis virgines Deo servire volentes in statu religionis, quarum parentibus non suppetunt facultates de dotibus et aliis necessariis ad monasteria ingredienda et in iis vota emittenda [po 188] provideri curavi et expensas omnes feci; in alendis et docendis bonae spei adolescentulis pro missione et propagatione fidei in Anglia, qui sumptibus meis effective aluntur in Collegio Anglorum Divorum Petri et Pauli Ulissipone etc. His et similibus fructus omnes Ecclesiae expendi et consumpsi, ita ut post viginti duos annos muneris episcopalis veraciter dicere possum (quod non sit superbia elati, sed humilis confessio non ingrati): argentum et aurum non est mihi. Caetera dicant Paduani. Anno quo diem finivit gravis simas habuit lites cum Canonicis Capituli, quorum aliis aufugientibus, alii in carcerem iniiciebantur. Ecclesiasticae iurisdictionis fuit acerrimus assertor, et in examine clericorum ad ordines aspirantium severus, prae caeteris autem ad illum epistolae, congruum aestimans de subdiaconorum vita et moribus scientiaeque enucleatius investigandum, quod illo semel initiati munere ad saeculum nequirent iterum redire. Numquam illegitime natis manus imposuit, Apostolicum licet obtinuerint indultum. Familiam suam ad Collegii in quo educatus erat normam composuit, cum lectionibus ad mensam, ad noctem litaniis, aliisque piis exercitiis quae domui suae bene praepositum decebant indicabantque dum domui suae praeesse sciverit, Ecclesiae Dei diligentiam habuisse. 35, 55 & 187-8; A2, 274; G, 246. (Berkshire.) Son of Richard Russell, a Catholic. Came as a boy in 1642 with Pickford; for 5 years was his servant and studied as well. Admitted as one of 2nd Latin mission Aug 14 1647, aged 18. 1st prize at end of Syntax Aug 1648. 1651 offered a transfer from Logic to Cases of Conscience and Controversy, with early ordination and mission to England. Instead of taking such a step with so little learning, preferred to try for admission to Douai, so took ship for Holland. A promising young man. 1651 admitted to Douai College: completed Philosophy and one year Theology. Ordained. Studied Theology for 2 years with Oratorians near Paris. Recalled to Lisbon Dec 2 1655; made Procurator. Recalled on business by Chapter, went to England with Francisco de Mello, Portuguese Ambassador, July 25 1657. With Chapter's permission remained in Ambassador's service for 3 and a half years. Came here with him Nov 11 1660: rewarded by Queen Regent for his good services. Sent to England as her Secretary with letter for Charles II Dec 9 1660. Marriage treaty of Charles and Catherine of Braganza largely due to his efforts: acted as parish priest at wedding. Returned with Ambassador with commendatory letter from King; Queen offered him Bishopric of Cape Verde, with promise of next vacant see in Portugal; did not accept. While Catherine's voyage to England was in preparation, was continually at Court; taught her rudiments of English and accompanied her to England.


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July 1671 chosen Bishop of Portalegre; ordained Sept. Jan 1672 solemn installation. Repaired many churches ruined in long Spanish- Portuguese war; cast new bells; rebuilt episcopal palace; renovated cathedral; reformed discipline, clerical and lay, and introduced many pious works still remembered gratefully in diocese. About 1682 [see note] promoted to Vizeu; died Nov 15 1693, aged 63. Called a diocesan Synod and published reforming constitutions at his own expense. Had translations made of Catechism [of the Council of Trent] and of Cardinal Bona's treatise on preparing for Mass. Built a hospice in Capuchin Convent and a novitiate for Benedictine nuns. Wrote following ad limina report for Innocent XI, March 28 1692. Bishop of Vizeu has considerable revenues: after deducting pensions under royal control, expenses of buildings, of seminary and of a large household, the rest goes on the poor and good works: feeding and clothing poor, caring for sick, providing dowries for poor girls and novices and supporting and educating young men in English College in Lisbon for the English mission. In his last year had serious conflict with his Canons; some fled, some were imprisoned. A fierce upholder of Church rights. Very strict in examining ordinands, especially before subdiaconate. Never ordained anyone illegitimate, even with papal dispensation. Modelled his household on College, with reading at meals and litanies at night. Note: Arrived at Douai from Holland Dec 9 1651; place of origin is Buckland, Berkshire; June 4 1653 profession of faith; June 5 minors; 7 subd. and diac. Sept 20 1653 priesthood at Valencienne. Oct 22 1653 missioner to England (CRS 11: 513, 524-5, 527). Bishop of Vizeu Sept 10 1685 (R. RitzIer and P. Sefrin, Hierarchia Catholica medii et recentioris aevi, Vol. 5, 417). LC has his portrait (reproduced by Croft); RP has about 50 documents, mainly diplomatic papers from 1660s; RRL has about 140 letters of 1667- 83 from Russell to Watkinson, President. Inventory of estate in Wills Feb 1794 and OC 290. On Russell and College see RS. On Russell's career see J. J. C[rowley], 'Dr Richard Russell (1630-1693), Bishop of Vizeu', Lisbonian: Dec 1933,11-16; July 1934, 9-16; Dec 1934, 11-21; July 1935, 12-16; Dec 1935, 17-22; June 1936, 17- 20.

RUSSELL, Thomas [1645THOMAS RUSSELLUS, Bercheriensis, honesto loco natus [All in Tilden's hand:] Hic frater fuit D. Richardi Russelli, de quo supra pagina 35. Cum esset annorum quatuordecim, quos compleverat 18 Ianuarii 1659, et in studia literarum humaniorum bonum progressum fecisset, secundus ex quarta missione ad Latinitatem huc appulit 29 Aprilis 1659. 59; G, 246. (Berkshire.) Born Jan 18 1645. Brother of Richard. Came, 2nd of 4th Latin mission, when he had already made some progress in Latin, April 29 1659.


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SADLER, Thomas [1779-1830] [Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born Aintree, Lancashire Oct 13 1779, son of John Sadler and Elizabeth Parkinson; admitted Oct 10 1792. G, 247. Note: Missionary oath May 25 1807 (BA 215, 139). Died Oct 4 1830 (Corr Nov 30 1830).

*Salisbury see SUTTON SALKELD, Thomas [ -1718] THOMAS SALKELDUS, honesto loco natus [All in Jones's hand:] In Collegio Duaceno Philosophiam magnamque partem Theologiae audivit. Sed in rebellione alumnorum in Praesidem insurgentium, cum ipse invenitur socius, inter alios Collegio expulsus est. Parisios petens commendatitias literas a Doctore Thoma Hall accepit Ulissioponique accessit, inque Collegium aD. Matthia Watkinsono Praeside receptus est. Perlectis quae defuerunt Theologiae tractatibus, ordines suscepit Angliamque repetiit cum facultatibus missionarii 16 Decembris anno 1694, ubi etiarnnum laborat anno 1710. Theses theologicas de Providentia, Praedestinatione et Trinitate sub D. Rogero Brockholes die 28 lulii anno 1693 cum laude propugnavit, quas Ill. Protectori D. losepho de Lancastro Episcopo Leiriensi dicaverat. Mortuus est. 121; A3, 193; G, 247. Studied Philosophy and a large part of Theology at Douai College; expelled for taking part in rebellion. Went to Paris; came here with recommendation from Thomas Hall; admitted by Watkinson. Completed Theology; ordained; went missioner to England Dec 16 1694 [BA 215, 69]; still working there 1710. Under Brockholes defended theological theses, dedicated to Protector, July 1693. Dead. Note: Oath Nov 9 1692 (Oaths). Presented to Archbishop of Lisbon for subd., diac. and priesthood Feb 28 1693 (OF), so probably ordained in May. I have described the rebellion at Douai in ' "Excellent Professors and an Exact Discipline": Aspects of Challoner's Douai', Challoner and his Church, 112-25, edited by Eamon Duffy, London, 1981. SALVIN, William [c.1627GUILIELMUS SALVINUS, Eboracensis, nobilis et convictor [All in Pickford's hand:] Huius pater fuit Guilielmus Salvinus nobilis, Catholicus. Venit ex Anglia 11 lunii cum esset annorum circiter quindecim. Intravit autem Collegium 4 Novembris 1642 ad Latinitatem inchoandam. Cum autem nihil proficeret nec studiis esset addictus, abiit ad parentes in Angliam cum D. Bradleo 7 Martii A.D. 1644. 30; G, 247. (Yorkshire.) Son of William Salvin of noble birth, a Catholic. Came from England June 11, aged 15. Entered Nov 4 1642 to begin Latin. Made no progress, so went to parents in England with Winder March 7 1644.


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*Sanders, Anthony see MORGAN, Anthony SAVAGE, Charles, al. CAREY [c.l623CAROLUS CARAEUS, alias SAVAGE, Suffolciensis, nobilis [Clarence's hand:] Hic patre Thoma Savage, Vice-Comite, Catholico, studuit in diversis Angliae locis usque ad finem Syntaxeos. Natus 17 annis missus est a D. Laburne sacerdote Capituli Anglicani cum aliis quartae missionis. Appulit huc 7 Decembris 1640. Habitum Collegii absque iuramento recepit 25 Iulii 1641. Centum aureos quotannis pro alimento contribuit. [Pickford's hand:] Finito cursu philosophico in Gallias navigavit 29 Aprilis 1643. 24; G, 248. (Suffolk.) [Brother of Richard]. Son of Viscount Thomas Savage, a Catholic. Studied in various places in England to end of Syntax. Sent, aged 17 by G. Leyburn, with others of 4th mission. Arrived Dec 7 1640. Took College habit without oath July 25 1641. Paid 100 crowns a year for board. After Philosophy sailed for France April 29 1643. SAVAGE, Richard, al. CAREY [c.1621RICHARDUS CARAEUS, alias SAVAGE, Londinensis, nobilis, convictor [All in Clarence's hand:] Hic patre Thoma Savage, Vice-Comite, Catholico, in variis Angliae locis humaniores literas didicit usque ad mediam Syntaxim. Natus ad annos 19, missus aD. Laburne sacerdote Capituli Anglicani, cum quarta missione appulit huc 7 Decembris 1640. Sed cum nullo modo adduci posset ut Collegii disciplinam observaret, dimissus est 2 Februarii 1641. 23; G, 248. (London.) Son of Viscount Thomas Savage, a Catholic. Studied humanity in various places in England to end of Syntax. Sent, aged 19, by Leyburn, Chapterman; arrived with 4th mission Dec 7 1640. Nothing could make him observe College discipline: sent away February 2 1641. Note: Brother of Charles. His viaticum is recorded (BA 12, 36). *Savoy, Francis see RUSSELL, Francis; Scrimpshaw see SKINNER SERGEANT, John, al. HOLLAND [1623-1707] IOANNES HOLLAND US , alias SERGEANTUS, Lincolniensis, nobilis [Pickford's hand:] Huius pater fuit Guilielmus Sergeantus. Cantabrigiae primo in Collegio Sancti Ioannis per quinque annos Philosophiae operam dedit, et Artium Bacalaureus exit. Mox aD. G. Gagaeo ad fidem Catholicam perductus hucque ad quartum Philosophiae cursum missus est. Appulit 4 Novembris 1643, cum annos aetatis haberet 21 circa Purificationem insequentem. Vixit autem in Anglia per annum cum Thoma Mortono [inserted: Pseudo-Episcopo] Dunelmensi in officio amanuensis. Iuramentum cum habitu Collegii sumpsit 29 Iunii 1644. Tractatum de Generatione et Corruptione publice defendit sub Magistro D. Victore 21 Octobris 1646. Primam tonsuram et ordines minores accepit ab Ill.


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Protectore 30 Novembris 1646; [H. Waring's hand:] subdiaconatum vero 24 Ianuarii 1649, diaconatum vero Februarii subsequentis die 24, praesbyteratum vero die 12 Martii eiusdem anni. [po 49, Whitaker's hand:] Hic post ordines sacros, de quibus folio 32, et cursum theologicum assumptus est A.D. 1651 mense Martii in Magistrum Literarum Humaniorum. A.D. 1652 die 1 Aprilis in Procuratorem Collegii, quod munus gessit laudatissime per sex menses usque ad mensis Octobris initium, quo tempore factus est Studiorum Praefectus; simulque ex abundanti affectu erga profectum humanistarum iterum ipsis praelegere dignatus est, et Sacristiae Praefecturam obiit [Tilden's hand:] usque ad mensem Augustum anni 1653, quo in Angliam transmigravit parentes ad fidem conversurus, illuc saepissime tum a Superioribus tum a parentibus literis evocatus. Anno in Anglia transacto, quo multos ad fidem Catholicam convertit et librum scripsit Anglico idiomate doctum simul ac acrem contra Doctorem Hamondum, Protestantium coryphaeum, cui titulus, Schisme disarmed of the defensive weapons, lent it by Dr Hamond, and the Bishop of Derry. By S. W., ex mandato Capituli, ad Collegium rediit Augusti 26 1654, in quo officio Praefecti Studiorum simul ac Procuratoris functus est usque ad 16 Martii anni 1655. Quo, deposito officio Procuratoris, Lector Philosophiae declaratus est. Incepit praelegere die 6 Aprilis et per tres menses continuavit. Quo tempore, accepto nuntio de obitu R. D. Richardi Smith Episcopi Chalcedonensis, in Angliam rediit, tum ut novae electioni assisteret nomine Collegii, tum ut alia quaedam negotia ad Collegium spectantia tractaret. Navim conscendit 25 Iulii anna 1655 in Galliam traiecturus et inde in Angliam. Ubi Canonicus declaratus et Secretarius Capituli Londinensis eo munere magna cum laude perfunctus est, alioque libro cui titulus, Schism dispatcht, oggarrientes Hamondum et Derrium ingeniose, docte et soli de ex principiis fidei Catholicae confutavit atque contrivit. Anno 1657 Procuratoris munere nomine Collegii functus est in Anglia a tempore quo ultimo illo discessit, et pro labore singulis annis ex eleemosynis quas ipse industria sua conquirebat pro Collegio decem librae Anglicanae ipsi consignatae sunt. [E. Jones's hand:] De Ioanne Sergeanto hanc narrationem ab Ill. et R. D. D. Ricardo Episcopo Portalegrensi propria manu exaratam inveni quamque hic sUbiungo ne posteritati deficiat. Ioannes Seargentus, alias Hollandus, natione Anglus, Linconiensis, ortus ex parentibus honestis sed haereticis, primis annis adolescentiae studuit Cantabrigiae in Collegio Divi Ioannis, ubi humanioribus literis et aliquibus Logicae rudimentis instructus [po 189] specimen praebuit vivacioris ingenii, cui accessit scribendi, dixerim potius, litter as pingendi, mira faelicitas, propter quod Collegio evocatus ut Pseudo-Episcopo Dunelmensi (egregio oppugnatori veritatis) Mortono inserviret tanquam scriba sive amanuensis, incidit in nescio quem, Mathewes nomine, qui olim collega seminarii Anglorum de Urbe fuerat, tunc vero transfuga ex castris sanctorum familiaris dicto episcopo adherebat. Cui Sergeantus uti


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commensali suo factus familior varia communicabat circa fidem Protestanticam dubia quae in scriptis haeresiarchae legerit. Occurrebant atque inter caetera, multo falso allegata e Patribus aliisque scriptoiibus orthodoxis quae veterator ille congesserat ad suam sectam stabiliendam contra firmitatem Ecclesiae Catholicae; cui subridens Mathews, his artibus et his similibus, inquit, passim utuntur qui veritatem suis scriptis oppugnant. Hinc primum incessit cupido Sergeanto doctum aliquem sacerdotem Catholicum visendi cui apperiret mentis suae scrupulos quemque audiret de fide Catholica discurrentem. Adfestinat Georgium Gage, tunc temp oris CIeri Secretarium, latentem in aedibus Prolegati Lusitaniae, viae duce Mathews, Sergeantus cum socio sibi amicitia coniuncto Thoma Godeno, postea Theologiae Lectore ac Praeside Collegii Anglorum Ulissipone, j.llodo Sacellano Magnae Brittaniae Reginae Regiaeque [sic] Sacelli Thesaurario, et vero doctore, prout testantur mores viri sanctissimi et scripta eius doctissima contra dogmata haereticorum, Catholicae veritatis. Quid multa? Proferuntur amborum dubia, audiuntur solutiones, et tandem operatus misericorditer in cordi bus eorum salutem traxit Deus in ovile suum oves quae perierant per ali am deperditam quae [sic] perire decreverat. Mox subit animum Gageo satis molesta cogitatio: difficillimis maxime temporibus, anna scilicet 1643, quid faciendum cum noviter conversis ne redirent ad suos? Et tandem fiagitantibus ipsismet iuvenibus missi sunt Ulissiponem cum litteris commendatitiis ad Collegii Rectorem, ut eos admitteret trans acto probationis anna in Alumnos. Quod et factum est, et postquam annum integrum, ni faIlor, [po 190] insumpserint in exercitiis spiritualibus, utpote novella vitae genimina, admissi sunt ad studia phylosophica et theologica, quae summa ingenii laude, summo omnium applausu feliciter perfecerunt, genio tamen et ingenio non aequali. Ioanni enim vividum ingenium, Thomae acre simul cum ingenio iudicium; Ioanni maior ad poesim et litter as humaniores, in quibus sive versibus omnis generis sive prosa certaret, multum faelix propensio, Thomas par omni literaturae generi ita caeteros praeivit studiis humanioribus ut nullum sibi aequalem haberet condiscipulum, in studio phylosophico et theologico ubique primus. Ioannes non satis contentus incedere in via trita phylosophiae Aristotelicae, ubi multae occultae qualitates et omnia fere problematice hinc inde disputantur, anxie querebat certitudinem et novos nostri temporis philosophos, Cartesium scilicet, Dygbeum et alios nescioquosque assidue terebat manibus. Non sic Thomas, qui humiliter complexus hanc occupationem quam Deus dedit hominibus, eatenus tan tum phylosophandum duxit quatenus ancillabat verae Theologiae et mysteriis fidei philosophia Christiana. In moribus et vita, quamdiu in Collegio vixit Ioannes, nihil reprehensibile; in Thoma nihil non amabile, nihil non mirabile. Quae ad missionarium apostolicum efformandum spectant virtutes non desiderabantur in Ioanne, in Thoma eminebant. Tandem initiantur ambo pariter sacris ordinibus, etiam praesbyteratu. Idem morum tenor, eadem pietas, idem Superioribus perseverabat


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obsequium, nisi quod vehementior animarum zelus lucebat in Ioanne, prudel).tior in Thoma: ille fervidus et pronior irae, hic sedati semper et mitissimi ingenii. Post aliquot annos destinatur in vine am Domini Ioannes, relicto Thoma qui summo omnium applausu Philosophiam primo, dein Theologiam praelegebat. Mox factus Collegii Praeses summa cum prudentia rem familiarem administrans auxit, donec pacto matrimonio inter Carolum Angliae et Catherinam Lusitaniae, adoptatus [po 191] in familiam Serenissimae Reginae, Sacellani simul et Concionatoris munus exercens in patriam rediit. Ubi morum suavitate omnibus amabilis, vitae integritate spectabilis, doctrinae sanctitate fidelibus venerabilis, infidelibus exosus, tamquam lucerna lucens in caliginoso loco haeresi et pravitate morum referto, scribendo, meditando, orando, concionando, confutando haereticos, fideles in fide confirmando, animas Deo lucrando viri Apostolici munera omnia exercens in Aula tanquam in claustro vitam transigit, Reginae percarus, Regi non ingratus. Sed ad Ioannem redeamus, qui ut primum Londinum attigit missionarius incidit in Thomam ex Albiis, virum satis notum eo nomine quod multa scripserat, quorum nonnulla damnantur et prohibentur, nova in Theologia, cuius system a confecerat, et temerario fisus (tanta viri audacia) se solum inter mortales posse demonstrare quicquid in natura abditum, quicquid in Theologia abstrusum, quicquid deinde in misteriis fidei investigabile [read ininvestigabile] fatentur doctores alii, eos fere omnes vel scepticos, vel opinantes, vel demum problematicos per contemptum vocitans, sua scripta scilicet folia Sybillae, certissima et evidentissima demonstration urn serie firmata, tanquam scientiarum omnium gazophilacium discipulis suis exhauriendum proponit. Huic noster Ioannes adhaesit, et professus passim se Albii discipulum, Albii demonstrationes suo genio adaptatas semper in ore, Albii libellos in manibus gerens, gloriabatur se discipulum Albii. Nec tamen destitit a proposito propagandae fidei. Cum enim inciderat in librum cuiusdam Hammonis, praecipuae authoritatis viri inter Protestantes, recenter editum, in quo a schismate defenderat sectam Protestanticam, reiecta schismatis culpa in Summum Pontificem tanquam schismatis authorem; quem ille librum tam acriter tamque acute confutavit, addito segundo libro ad responsionem haeretici, ut saepe ego audivi a Protestantibus Hammoni notis, Hammonis interitum, qui brevi secutus est, attribuendum Sergeanto, qui ita hominis animum superbia inflatum pupugerat ut ex sensu pudoris leJhalem morbum contraxerit, [po 192] indignabundus quod ipse, vir inter suos magni nominis, ad quod accesserat scientiae opinio apud sectam suam atque annorum maturitas, a iuvene barbatulo ita exciperetur ut obmutescere coactus non haberet quod vel balbutiendo regereret. Factus deinde CIeri Secretarius Seargentius multa scripsit in controversiis fidei contra haereticos, quod fecisset quidem uberiori cum fructu vir magni ingenii et peracuti stili si ita strinxisset dogmata haereticorum ut simul non habuisset doctores passim Catholicos sibi adversarios, affectans incedere in semitis sui magistri, vi am tritam aliorum doctorum


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derelinquens. Hinc multorum offensiones, hinc fratrum suorum scandala contra novitates opinionum insurgentium, inter quos maxime enituit zelus Georgii Leyburni, olim Praesidis Collegii Duaceni, viri morum gravitate simul ac pietate insignis, qui tamen in paucis conveniebat cum suis fratribus, etiam Albio et eius discipulo Ioanne dissentientibus. Ea est malignitas quaestionis antiquae in exordio nascentis Ecclesiae natae: quis eorum videretur esse maior. Convocato tandem frequenti Clero una voce proscribuntur opiniones Albii tanquam novae, male sonantes et periculosae, prohibentur libri, sed non cessavit plurimorum recepta opinio, scilicet Clerum Anglicanum infectum esse Blacloismo (Blaclous enim vulgo dicitur Albius) . Dein procurantibus CIeri primoribus purgavit se scripto Albius, pallinodiam cecinit, sed in cassum. Tandem arcetur a cetu et congressibus CIeri Albius, movetur loco Sergeantius, cui suffectus Ioannes Leyburnius, Georgii consanguineus, Secretarii munus per aliquot menses obivit. Maiora poscentibus viri meritis evocatus est ad regimen Collegii Duaceni, cui dignissime praeest vir integritate vitae, morum suavitate, pietate, literis et (quod caput est) prudentia conspicuus. [In margin: Postea Episcopus Adriometensis in Anglia Vicarius Apostolicus.] 32,49 & 189-92; A2, 280-9; G, 248-9. (Lincolnshire.) Son of William Sergeant. Studied Philosophy for 5 years at St John's College, Cambridge; B.A. Converted by George Gage and sent for 4th Philosophy course. Arrived Nov 4 1643, aged 20. Had been secretary for a year to Thomas Morton, Bishop of Durham. Oath June 29 1644. Defended treatise on Generation and Corruption under Victor Oct 1646. Tons. and minors Nov 30 1646; subd. Jan 24; diac. Feb 24; priesthood March 12 1649. After Theology made Master of Humanity March 1651. Procurator for 6 months from April 1st 1652; then Prefect of Studies, Master of Humanity again and Prefect of Sacristy until Aug 1653 when he went to England to convert parents. Spent a year in England; made many converts; wrote Schisme disarmed. Returned Aug 26 1654: was Prefect of Studies and Procurator until March 16 1655, when he stopped being Procurator and was made Philosophy Lecturer. Lectured for 3 months from April 6. On Bishop Smith's death returned to England to represent College at election of successor and to deal with other College business. Took ship for England via France July 25 1655. Made Secretary to Chapter and performed task very well. Wrote Schism dispatcht. From his arrival was College's Agent in England and is paid ÂŁ10 yearly from what he collects for College. [The rest was copied by E. Jones from a paper written by Bishop Russell. I have translated, rather than summarised, Russell's paper.] John Sergeant, alias Holland, English by nation, from Lincolnshire, of respectable but heretical parents, studied as a young man at St John's College, Cambridge. He learned humanity and some rudiments of Logic and showed he had a lively mind, along with a wonderful gift for writing: almost word-painting. So he was called from the College to be clerk or


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secretary to Morton, the pseudo-Bishop of Durham and a noted opponent of the truth. He fell in with one called Matthews, who had been a member of the English College in Rome but then had left the camp of the saints and joined the Bishop's household. When Sergeant got to know him he told him various doubts about the Protestant faith which he had read in the heresiarch's writings. Among other things there were many false quotations from the Fathers and other orthodox writers, which that cheat had piled up to shore up his sect against the firmness of the Catholic Church. Matthews smiled and said: 'Those who oppose the truth in writing often use these and similar tricks'. It was this that first made Sergeant want to approach a learned Catholic priest to whom he could confide his worries and whom he could hear talking about the Catholic faith. He hurried off to George Gage, then Secretary to the Chapter, who was lying low in the house of the Portuguese Pro-Legate. Matthews showed the way and Sergeant took with him his friend Thomas Tilden, who was afterwards Theology Lecturer and President of the English College, Lisbon and later Sacristan and Sacristy Treasurer to the Queen of Great Britain, a true teacher of Catholic truth, as is shown by his holy life and his very learned writings against the dogmas of the heretics. The story is soon told . They both expressed their doubts and heard the answers: God mercifully healed their hearts and drew into his flock sheep which had been lost, using another lost one which he had decreed should perish. Then Gage had a troubling thought: in those very difficult times (it was 1643) what was to be done with the new converts to stop them returning to their own people? Eventually, at the young men's own request, he sent them to Lisbon with letters of recommendation to the Rector of the College, asking him to accept them as alumni after a year's probation. And so it was done. After they had spent a whole year, I think, in spiritual exercises (because they were tender shoots) they were admitted to the study of Philosophy and Theology, which they completed with great ability amidst universal applause. But they differed both in character and ability. John had a lively mind, but Thomas had shrewd judgement as well as ability. John was more inclined to poetry and literature: he had a gift for verses of all kind and for prose; Thomas was at home in all branches of literature and so outdistanced the rest in humane letters that no fellowpupil could touch him, and he was always first in Philosophy and Theology. John was not content to travel the well-worn path of Aristotelian philosophy, with its many occult qualities and its way of disputing problematically about almost everything. He sought anxiously for certainty and applied himself assiduously to the new philosophers of our time, namely Descartes, Digby and I know not who else. Not Thomas: no, he humbly accepted the task God gave man and thought philosophy should be pursued only to the extent that Christian philosophy was of help to true theology and to understanding the mysteries of faith. At length both received sacred orders, including priesthood. They showed the same good behaviour, piety and respect for Superiors, but


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zeal for souls was more vehement in John, more prudent in Thomas. John was excitable and irascible, Thomas always calm and mild in character. After some years John was sent into the Lord's vineyard; Thomas was left behind, lecturing in Philosophy and then Theology to the great applause of all . He was made President and through prudent administration improved the College's position. When the marriage of Charles of England and Catherine of Portugal was agreed, he was taken into the Queen's household and returned home as her Sacristan and Preacher. He was loved by all for his gentleness, respected for his life of integrity, revered by the faithful for the holiness of his teaching and hated by infidels; he was like a lantern shining in a dark place crammed with heresy and depravity. Writing, meditating, praying, preaching, refuting heretics, confirming thâ‚Ź faithful in the faith and winning souls to God through his apostolic ministry, he spent his life at Court as though in the cloister: he was very dear to the Queen and not disliked by the King. To return to John. When he first came missioner to London he fell in with Thomas White, a man well enough known because of the many theological novelties in his system, of which several are condemned and prohibited. So bold was the man that in his rashness he was confident that he alone among mortals could demonstrate whatever is hidden in nature, whatever is abstruse in theology and whatever other doctors confess to be unfathomable in the mysteries of faith. He used to characterise nearly all of them contemptuously as sceptics or conjecturers or debaters and put forward his own writings (Sybilline writings confirmed by a most certain and evident series of demonstrations) as a treasure house for his disciples to draw on. To this man our John attached himself and everywhere proclaimed himself White's disciple. With White's demonstrations, adapted to his own temperament, always on his lips and White's books in his hands, he gloried in being his disciple. Still he did not give up his plan to spread the faith. He came across a recently published book by one Hammond, the leading authority among the Protestants, in which he defended the Protestant sect from the charge of schism and laid the blame for the schism on the Supreme Pontiff as the originator of it. John refuted that book so sharply and shrewdly, adding a second book against the heretic's reply, that I often heard from Hammond's Protestant acquaintances that his death, which followed soon after, was to be attributed to Sergeant, who had so battered the man's inflated ego that shame made him catch a fatal disease, so annoyed was he that he, with his great name among Protestants, his reputation for learning and his mature years, should have been so dealt with by a beardless youth that he was forced to keep silent and could not come back with even a stammering reply. Sergeant was made Secretary of the Clergy and wrote much against the heretics in controversies of faith: this man of great ability and sharp style would have written more fruitfully if he had attacked the heretics' dogmas without regularly making enemies of Catholic doctors with his claim to


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follow in his master's ways, abandoning other doctors' well-worn paths. That is what offended so many, that is what scandalised his brethren who rose up against his novel opinions. The most zealous of these was George Leyburn, formerly President of Douai College, a man outstanding for his seriousness and piety but unable to agree in much with his brethren, not even with those who disagreed with White and his disciple John. So poisonous is the question raised at the very time the Church was coming to birth: which of them should be the greater. The Clergy, however, met in good numbers and unanimously proscribed White's opinions as new, suspect and dangerous and his books were prohibited. But many continued to believe that the English Clergy were infected with Blacklowism (White is commonly known as Blacklow). The leaders of the Clergy got White to clear himself in writing and he recanted: but to no purpose. He was at last driven from the body and meetings of the Clergy and Sergeant was removed from office to be replaced by George Leyburn's relative, John, who was Secretary for a few months, but then, as his merits deserved, was called to preside over Douai College, which he rules most worthily, a man notable for his integrity, kindness, piety, learning and, most importantly, prudence. Note: For further archival material frpm LC on Sergeant see RS; most of this material is in RRL; in Corr there is a letter Sergeant wrote as Secretary to Chaptermen Nov 25 1661. Nothing in LC throws light on his behaviour at time of the Popish Plot. Portrait (reproduced by Croft) is in LC.

SEYMOUR, Robert [arrived 1680] ROBERTUS SEIMOUR, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] Missus est ad Collegium a R. D. Richardo Russello Episcopo Portalegrensi 9 Septembris 1680. Relictis studiis Logicam iam ingressus, in Angliam rediit 24 Maii A.D. 1685. 173; not in G. Sent by Bishop Russell Sept 9 1680. Gave up studies after starting Logic and returned to England May 24 1685. Note: Brother of Thomas. Recommended by Russell as 'a towardly youth and of good hopes, by the Blessing of god like to make a good and able man' (RRL Sept 9 1680).

SEYMOUR, Thomas [arrived 1684] THOMAS SEYMOUR, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] Thomas Seymour Collegium ingressus est 22 Martii 1684, missus ab Ill. D. Richardo Russello Episcopo Portalegrensi ad Latinitatem et in fine Rhetoricae in Angliam rediit. 174; not in G. Came, sent by Bishop Russell for Latin, March 22 1684; left for England at end of Rhetoric.


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Note: Brother of Robert. Arrived in Lisbon Dec 1681 and went to live with Russell at Portalegre Jan 1682 (RRL Dec 17 1681 and Jan 1 1682). 'Thomas Seymour his Lordship [Bishop Russell] pretends enter'd upon ye ordinaria ye 24 of June in place of his Brother 1685 and is now in his course of humanity' (RRL, late 1685). SHARP, Matthew [1756-1826] Note: No entry for him. Son of Francis Sharp and Agnes Cooper (iDD, 78). Arrived at Douai College Aug 30 1770; subd. Dec 18 1779; left 26 Nov 1784, having taught 4 years (CRS 63: 252, 300, 373). Arrived at Lisbon Feb 22 1785 (BA 112, 6). Philosophy Lecturer March 4 1785 (BA 122). In Lisbon July 1793, preparing to go on mission, when Syon asked for him as Confessor (BA 219). Still in Lisbon Feb 1797 (Corr). Died Dec 22 1826 (CRS 12, 174). A4, 239; G, 249. SHEPPARD, John [1713-1789] IOANNES SHEPP ARDUS, Londinensis, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] Filius fuit Ioannis Sheppardi et Brigittae Wilkinson, Catholicorum. Postquam e Collegio Duaceno a Superioribus dimissus esset, Romam petiit inque Collegium Anglorum Urbis admittebatur ad Philosophiam; cui incubuit per aliquot menses, donec regimina Patrum Societatis male ferens Collegium Urbemque reliquit inque Angliam per Ulissiponem navigavit. Ibi per aliquot annos commoratus tandem Ulissiponem remittitur ad probationem Collegium que ingressus 25 Martii anno 1733 ad Philosophiam, cum 20 esset annorum aetatis, quam impleverat die 19 Februarii praecedentis. A.D. 1735 die 21 Novembris iuramentum praestitit habitumque Collegii sus cepit. Die 15 Martii anno Salutis 1737 ordinibus minoribus, aliis sacris subdiaconatus et diaconatus rite susceptis ad sacrum praesbyteratus gradum promovebatur, dieque 16 Iulii anno 1737 cum facultatibus missionarii in Angliam reversus est. 229; A4, 241-2; G, 250. (London.) Born Feb 19 1713 [see note], son of John Sheppard and Bridget Wilkinson, Catholics. Dismissed from Douai College; admitted at English College, Rome for Philosophy: left after some months, dissatisfied with Jesuit regime, and went to England via Lisbon. After some years was sent to Lisbon and entered College on trial March 25 1733, aged 20. Oath Nov 21 1735. Priesthood March 15 1737. Missioner to England July 16 1737 [BA 215, 103]. Note: Entered Douai College July 20 1726; left March 18 1731 (CRS 28: 131, 158). Entered English College, Rome Aug 6 1731; year of birth given as 1714; dismissed for refusing to take alumni oath April 17 1732 (CRS 40, 183). Agent for College 1761-89: 6-monthly accounts in AA, with copies for 1776- 89 in BA 57-8. 150 of his letters in Corr. Died March 11 1789 (Corr March 13). *Shepperd, Charles see TOWNSEND, Charles


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SHEPPERD, John [1678-1761] IOANNES SHEPHEARDUS, Lancastriensis, honesto loco natus [E. Jones's hand:] Appulit die 30 Septembris an no 1694. Humanioribus literis sub D. Joanne Jones operam dedit, Philosophiae sub D. Georgio Slaughtero, Theologiae sub DD. Eduardo lanes et Slaughtero. luramentum Collegii sus cepit die 21 Decembris anno 1701. Ordinibus susceptis missionisque facultatibus in patriam rediit 1 lunii anno 1706. [Continued by Bernard, who scores and re-writes three lines written by Manley:] Die duodecimo Februarii anni 1724 [in margin: Canonicus] Capituli Anglicani factus, ita se gessit ut eiusdem Capituli Thesaurarius eligi mereretur die 12 lulii anni 1732, posteaque Subdecanus 8 lulii 1755. Tandem Decani Capituli dig nit ate honoratus est 9 Martii 1756. Post obitum Joannis Herbert nemo aptior inventus est qui Collegii negotia in Anglia procuraret, quod [po 249] munus sus cepit 29 lanuarii 1733, et etiamnum exercet, nulli parcens curae et labori quo bonum Collegii promoveat, boni et fidelis administratoris nomine merito honorandus. Quid per se vel per alios pro materna domo egerit in codice reddituum Collegii continetur. 129 & 249; A3, 200-1; G, 249-50. (Lancashire.) Came Sept 30 1694. Studied humanity under Vane, Philosophy under Slaughter, Theology under Jones and Slaughter. Oath Dec 21 1701. Ordained. Missioner to England June 1 1706 [BA 215,85]. Chapterman Feb 12 1724; Treasurer July 12 1732; Subdean July 8 1755; Dean March 9 1756. On Vane's death became Agent Jan 29 1733: spares no effort in promoting College's welfare, as is evident from account books. Note: Sailed for England June 28 1706 (BA 13, 32). 236 of his letters to College in Corr. His accounts (1733-61) are in BA 57 and AA. He gave the College sundial, made by Thomas Wright, instrument-maker to George II, in 1732; it is now in LC. Died Oct 27 1761 (Corr Oct 31). *Sherburn, Richard see TAYLOR, Richard; Shillett, Edward see HAMERTON, Edward

SHIMELL, Richard, al. TURNER [c.1692-1763] RICHARDUS SHIMELL, alias TURNER, [scored: Staffordiensis] Salopiensis, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] Filius Joannis Shimell et Elenae Turner. Ad Collegium accessit die 13 Februarii anno 1710, aetatis 18. Latinitati incumbit sub D. Joanne Floydaeo. Ductus est ad fidem Catholicam a D. Joanne Vane. Dum Rhetoricae studiis incubuit in certamine sacro poetico in honorem Divi Andreae Avellini 18 Novembris 1713 apud Clericos Regulares instituto epigramma exhibuit; primo iam praernio Ex. Comiti de Villar-Mayor iudicum suffragiis adiudicato, librum cuius titulus Ezechielis Spanhemii Liberi Baronis et Legati Regii dissertationes de praestantia et usu numismatum antiquorum adauctitii praemii nomine


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superadditum, eorundem ca1culis, in aequalis laudis munus et memoriam promeruit et reportavit, eundemque grato erga Collegium animo publico bibliothecae usui offerens destinavit. [po 156] Humaniorum literarum studiis feliciter completis Logicam ediscendam aggressus est die 29 Octobris 1714. Collegii iuramentum praestitit die 23 Maii A.D. 1715. Die 5 Iunii anno 1716 prima tonsura minoribusque ordinibus initiatus, die 19 Decembris ad subdiaconatum, die 26 ad diaconatum et die 31 eiusdem mensis ad sacrum presbyteratum ab Ill. D. Emanuele Episcopo Tagastensi, sede vacante, in oratorio suo promotus est. Die 10 Ianuarii anno 1718 sub DD. Guilhelmo Mosly et Georgio Slaughter Sacrae Theologiae studia aggressus est, sed magna pectoris debilitate laborans, medico rum consilio missus in rurem ut mutato aere sanitatem recuperaret, et ibi per aliquot mens'es versatus non sine magno imbecilitatis levamine, domum revers us in eamdem qua antea aegritudinem relabitur. Quapropter in patriam transmigraturus e Collegio discessit die desimo Decembris anno 1719. [Added later]: Ubi missioni incumbit anno 1726. 134 & 156; A4, 244; G, 250. (Shropshire.) Son of John Shimell and Ellen Turner. Came Feb 13 1710, aged 18. Studied humanity under J. Lloyd. Converted by Vane. Won a prize for sacred poetry Nov 1713. Started Logic Oct 29 1714. Oath May 23 1715. 1716: tons. and minors June 5; subd., diac. and priesthood Dec 19, 26 and 31. Started Theology under W. Mawdesley and Slaughter Jan 10 1718, but sent to the country for some months to relieve his weak chest. Back in College, suffered a relapse, so left Dec 10 1719 [BA 215, 92]. Working on mission 1726. Note: Mother already dead when he arrived. Born in Pattins, Shropshire; birthday in March (BA 13, 175). Died Nov 18 1763 (Corr). SHIRLEY, Henry, al. Gilmet [procurator 1634-6] HENRICUS SHIRLAEUS, alias GILMETT, Londinensis [Pickford's hand:] Hic in Collegio Anglorum Hispalensi educatus, post annuos labores in patria egregie navatos, huc simul cum Praeside D. Hartio destinatus est a Clero Vice-Praeses et Procurator: huius et titulum et officium gessit, non autem Vice-Praesidis; aliqua tam en illius munia obivit. Appulit 21 Septembris 1634. Vir pius et pacificus, non tamen, quod saepe fassus est, in negotiis saecularibus multum exercitatus. Bene ab .omnibus dilectus et aestimatus est. Mansit hic ad annum 1636 quando D. Eduardo Ellisaeo advenienti locum cessit, discessitque 4 Augusti in Angliam navigio. [Tilden's hand:] Ubi in vinea Domini strenue laborans, vitae apostolicae formam in se insigniter expressit. 12: A2, 295; G, 250. (London.) Educated at Seville College. After some years of outstanding work in England chosen by Clergy to be Vice-President and Procurator. Did become Procurator, but not Vice-President, though performed part of that office. Came Sept 21 1634. A pious and peaceable man but, as he often said, not very experienced in worldly affairs; well loved and respected


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by all. Stayed till 1636, giving way to Edward Elrington. Left by ship for England Aug 4. In his strenuous work in the Lord's vineyard a fine example of apostolic life. Note: Left Seville; passed through Madrid on way to England April 20 1633 (CRS 29, 155). John Southcote noted that Hargrave and Shirley left for Lisbon Aug 7 1634 (CRS 1, 109). A letter describing his work and spirituality so impressed College that it was transcribed into Liber Mission is and used to inspire young priests about to go to England. I have published it in Mount Carmel, Vol. 25, no. 1 (Spring 1977), pp. 44-52. SHIRLEY, James [1707IACOBUS SHIRL Y, Londinensis, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] Pater fuit lacobus Shirly, mater Elizabetha Taylor, ambo Catholici. Huc appulit adque Collegium accessit die 10 Octobris anno 1719 ad Latinitatem, eratque aetatis 12 annorum quos compleverat die 15 Augusti proxime elapsi. Finitis humaniorum literarum studiis Philosophiam agressus est die 7 Aprilis anno 1723, praelegentibus D. Eduardo lones Logicam et D. Guilhermo Moseley libros Physicorum. Die 16 Septembris an no 1723 a condiscipulo suo loanne Entick deceptus e Collegio aufugiit et in navem regiam, vulgo Packet Boat, se cum socio recepit. Sed paenitentia ductus ad Collegium regressus est 18 eiusdem mensis annique, et die 28 mensis Octobris sequentis Collegii iuramentum praestitit habitumque recepit. Die 17 Decembris eiusdem anni primam tonsuram cum quatuor minoribus ordinibus ab Ill. D. D. loanne Archiepiscopo Lacedimoniae suscepit. Hic salutaribus resipiscentiae (ut videbatur) propositis insistens studiis philosophicis incubuit usque ad 27 Martii anno 1724, quando ad vomitum regressus aedem Britanici Legati una cum socio petens ad Collegium redire recusavit [one line scored and illegible]; proximo autem mane facti paenitens a Secretario Legati munus tunc agente reductus est veniaque pro delicto obtenta iterum studiis se applicuit. A.D. 1728 die 17 lanuarii conclusiones de Incarnato Christo Domino publice cum laude propugnavit sub moderamine D. Georgii Slaughter. Tandem mense Aprilis eiusdem anni cum literis commendatitiis Parisiis ad Seminarium Anglorum Divo Gregorio Magno dicatum mittitur navemque ascend it die 30 eiusdem mensis. 182; G, 250. (London.) Born Aug 15 1707, son of James Shirley and Elizabeth Taylor; Catholics. Came Oct 10 1719 for Latin. Completed humanity; started Philosophy April 7 1723 under E. Jones and W. Mawdesley. Ran away Sept 16 1723 with John Entick to an English packet boat; repented and returned on 18; oath Oct 28; tons. and minors Dec 17. Good progress in Philosophy until March 27 1724; went "to British Embassy and refused to return; repented next morning and brought back by Secretary; allowed to resume studies. Jan 1728 defended theses on Incarnation under Slaughter. April 30 1728 sent with a commendatory letter to St Gregory's, Paris.


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Note: Arrived at St Gregory's May 1728. Left July 30 1730; 'having showed an insuperable disgust for study and application, and even neglected to write his dictats in school, and therby become incapable of taking any degrees in the university, as he himself acknowlegd, was dismissd this house, and went for England, and afterwards marryd' (CRS 19, 129- 30). SHORT, Thomas, al. PEREGRINE [1616THOMAS PEREGRINUS, alias SHORT, Suffolciensis, nobilis [Pickford's hand:] Hic patre Thoma Short armigero natus, in studiis fuit educatus et per medium annum Cantabrigiae in Collegio dicto Aula Pembrociana summulis vacavit. Mox unus ex tertia missione huc destinatus est cum esset annorum circiter 19. Appulit 23 Februarii 1636 et statim cursum philosophicum Kalendis Aprilis incepit. Et 29 lunii sequentis in festo Sanctorum Apostolorum Petri et Pauli habitum cum iuramento Collegii accepit 1636. Primam tonsuram et ordines minores ab Ill. Protectore suscepit 3 Aprilis 1638. [Five lines inked over, dealing with the (sedition' of 1638 (see under Robinson, John (1)), and some other topic mentioned after (ad Theologiam ascendit'. Then revised version in Clarence's hand:] Ab Ill. Protectore subdiaconatum 25 Maii, diaconatum 9 lunii et sacerdotium 13 eiusdem lunii 1641 sus cepit. [Pickford's hand:] Tandem finitis studiis, praemisso examine et praestito iuramento cum promissione adnexa, cum facultatibus consuetis missionarius in Angliam abiit navigio Dansico 9 lanuarii A.D. 1644. 16; A2, 295; G, 250. (Suffolk.) Son of Thomas Short. Studied Logic for 6 months at Pembroke College, Cambridge. Arrived in 3rd mission Feb 23 1636, aged about 19; began Philosophy April 1; oath June 29 1636. Tons. and minors April 3 1638. One of those who broke out of College [see under Robinson, John (1)]: readmitted, he started Theology. Subd. May 25, diac. June 9 and priesthood June 13 1641. At end of the course took examination and oath and went missioner to England on a ship from Danzig, Jan 9 1644. Note: Missionary oath Dec 25 1643 (BA 215, 8). SIMONS, Nicholas, al. BIX (BIGGS) [c.1675-1714] NICOLAUS BIX, Londinensis, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] Nicolaus Bix ad Collegium accessit die 30 Octobris anno 1694, convictor missus a Serenissima Caterina Regina Angliae, viuva [for: vidua] Regis Caroli Secundi Regis Angliae, aetatis 19. Filius fuit Thomae Symons Bedfordiensis et Catherinae Bix. Philosophiae operam dedit sub D. Eduardo Jones et D. Georgio Slaughter: sub hoc ultimo conclusiones phisico-animasticas cum laude defendit die 7 mensis lulii anno 1698. Theologicas de Scientia et Voluntate Dei, Providentia, Praedestinatione, Reprobatione, Sanctissima Trinitate et Angelis anno 1702 sub moderamine D. Eduardi Jones fortiter propugnavit. Die 30 Novembris anno 1697 in alumnum admittitur susceptisque ordinibus


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missionarius Angliam repetiit die 22 Decembris anna 1702, ubi etiamnum laborat anna 1710. MenseMaii anna 1714 apoplexiae male correptus subitanea morte obiit. 122; A3, 201; G, 177. (London.) Came Oct 30 1694, a convictor, sent by Queen Catherine; aged 19. Son of Thomas Simons, of Bedfordshire, and Catherine Bix. Studied Philosophy under Jones and Slaughter, defending physical conclusions under Slaughter July 1698. Defended theological theses under Jones 1702. Oath Nov 30 1697; ordained; went missioner to England Dec 22 1702 [BA 215, 82], where he is still working 1710. Died suddenly May 1714. Note: Sailed for England Dec 26 1702 (BA 13, 105).

SIMPSON, Joseph [1764[Columnar entry BA 4:] Born London April 13 1764, son of John Simpson and Catherine Champ; admitted Sept 12 1778; expelled Nov 26 1780. G, 251. SKELTON, James [c.l690- 1760] IACOBUS SKELTONUS, Cumbriacensis, nobilis [All in E. Jones's hand:] Filius Richardi et Mariae Skeltoni Catholicorum; accessit ad Collegium die 11 Februarii anna 1706, aetatis circiter 16. Latinitatem agreditur sub D. Christophoro Ienkinsono. Quibus studiis faeliciter peractis, sub DD. Guilhermo Maudsley et Petro Lostock Philosophiam ingressus est. Iuramentum Collegii praestitit habitumque vestivit die 21 Decembris anna 1711. Die 19 Februarii A.D. 1712 prima tonsura quatuorque ordinibus minoribus initiatus; die 22 Septembris anna 1714 ad subdiaconatus, die 22 Decembris ad diaconatus et 23 eiusdem mensis eodemque anna ad sacrum praesbyteratus ordinem ab Episcopo Tagastensi, sede vacante, promovebatur. Die 26 Martii anna 1716 conclusiones logico-metaphysicas Em. D. D. Nuno de Cunha, S. R. E. Cardinali, dicatas cum laude propugnavit, sub moderamine D. Petri Lostock. Die 28 eiusdem mensis, secundum annum Theologiae finiens, Humanarum Literarum [po 159] Magister electus est, quo cursu feliciter finito electus est in Lectorem Philosophiae Logicamque incepit praelegere die 18 Aprilis 1719. Die 14 Septembris eiusdem anni in Praefectum Studiorum promovetur, dieque sequenti declaratus est. Hic post tres et amplius annos in Philosophia perlegenda aegre protractos, tandem opus imperfectum relinquens in Angliam navigavit die primo Maii A.D. 1722, ubi in animarum lucrum laboravit usque ad annum 1727, quando ad inserviendum Collegio iterum transmittitur appulitque die 7 Novembris sequentique die Collegium ingressus est. Sed iterum infeliciter decidens ausis, Em. Protectoris iussu e Collegio emittitur. 131 & 159; A3, 203- 4; G,251. (Cumberland.) Son of Richard and Mary, Catholics. Came Feb 11 1706, aged about 16. Humanity under Jenkinson, Philosophy under W. Mawdesley and Holford. Oath Dec 21 1711. 1714: Tons. and minors Feb


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19; subd. Sept 22; diac. and priesthood Dec 22-23. Defended logicometaphysical conclusions, dedicated to Protector, under Holford March 1716 and made Master of Humanity that month at end of 2nd Theology. Philosophy Lecturer April 1719. Struggled with course for over 3 years, without completing it; left for England May 1 1722, where he worked till he returned here Nov 7 1727. Again gave up what he had undertaken, so was sent away by order of Protector. Note: Born at Armathwaite, Cumberland (BA 13, 139). Oath as Philosophy Lecturer Dec 28 1727 (BA 122). Allergic to rules both as student and teacher: dismissed by Protector's order April 8 1728 for coming home late and staying out all night on occasion (BA 13, 17). Died March 28 1760 (Corr). SKINNER, John (1), al. SMITH and WARREN [1611-1674] IOANNES SMITHAEUS, alias SCHINERUS, Oxfordiensis, nobilis [All in Pickford's hand:] Hic patre Ioanne Schinero natus, primo per duos annos sequutus est quendam iurisperitum, Atturnaeum Scaccarii. Postea Duacum a parentibus missus in Collegio literas humaniores didicit usque ad finitam Poesim, cum huc destinatus est unus ex secunda missione. Pedestri itinere advenit 4 Iulii 1633, ubi mox cursum Philosophiae audivit, et conclusiones publicas ex 8 libris Physicorum et duo bus De Ortu et Interitu Ill. Fundatori dicatas sub D. Eduardo Daniele defendit Kalendas Iulias [sic] 1635; cum iam prius eodem anna Iunii 29 in festo Sanctorum Apostolorum Petri et Pauli habitum et iuramentum Collegii solemniter acceperat. [In margin: Primam tonsuram et minores 21 Decembris 1635; subdiaconatum 1636 26 Martii; diaconatum 6 Aprilis ab Ill. Protectore.] Verum cum necessitas Collegii urgeret, in tertio Philosophiae anna sacris ordinibus et sacerdotio initiatus est ab Ill. Protectore 20 Aprilis 1636. Postea Theologiam ingressus obstinatiorem erga Superiores et turbulentiorem se gerere incepit, donec tandem post duos annos Theologiae propter pUblicam inobedientiam a D. Daniele Praesidis vices tunc supplente paenitentia mulctatus, sprevit quousque ab Ill. Protectore, ad quem appellavit, condemnatus vix tandem succubuit. Adveniente demum R. D. Petro Clarencio Praeside, statim cum eodem egit ut in Angliam abiret, quod ei tandem ob pacem Collegii cum con sensu Ill. Protectoris permissum est, absque tamen missione, absque viatico, literis ad Clerum commendatitiis, aut liberatione a iuramento Collegii; quibus omnibus ille tunc posthabitis, abiit 4 Octobris 1638. Cum vero ad Clerum pervenisset, neque facultates aut approbationem obtinere potuisset, tunc demum aperuit oculos et ad amicum quem dam in Collegio rescripsit, non ita se res illic habere quemadmodum sibi hic persuaserat etc. Clerus vero ad Superiores Collegii rescripsit se eundem remissuros ad Collegium in exemplum aliorum, nisi aliter illi hic sentirent. Quibus consensum suum simul et Ill. Protectoris declarantibus, huc tandem remissus est 22 Decembris 1639. Verum cum tenor literarum quas a Clero ad Collegium secum tulit significaret remissum esse ad studia finienda (ad biennium),


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ipse vero regressum protinus urgeret, non est admissus, sed hospitis more aliquantulum vivens, iterum abiit 31 Ianuarii sequentis, sine viatico quidem, cum literis tamen ad Clerum de facultatibus illi concedendis, si ita illis visum esset convenire. Quas interim Praeses illi ad duos solummodo menses post appulsum in Angliam concessit, donec ad Clerum pervenire posset. 6; A2, 296-97; G, 25I. (Oxfordshire.) Son of John Skinner; articled to an attorney of Exchequer for 2 years. Studied at Douai College till end of Poetry. [Entered Douai Jan 22 1631; set off for Lisbon May 9 1633 (CRS 10: 290, 313).] Arrived on foot in 2nd mission July 4 1633 . Studied Philosophy and defended theses under Pickford July 1635, having taken oath June 29. Tons. and minors Dec 21; subd. March 26; diac. April 6 1636. Because of College's needs, ordained priest in 3rd Philosophy April 20 1636. After starting Theology became insubordinate and disruptive and had to be punished by acting-President, Pickford; he hardly gave in, even when condemned by Protector, to whom he had appealed. Persuaded Clarence to let him go to England; left Oct 4 1638, but with no mission, viaticum, commendatory letters or dispensation from oath. When he found Clergy would not give him faculties, his eyes were opened. With Superiors' consent came here again Dec 22 1639, sent by Clergy to complete his studies. But he wanted to return to England immediately, so admitted only as a guest; departed again Jan 31 1640, with no viaticum, temporary faculties only and letters which left it to Clergy to give him permanent faculties if they chose to. Note: Died Sept 1 1674 (CRS 3, 101). SKINNER, John (2), al. CHRIMPSEY /SCRIMSHAW [1638IOANNES SHRIMPSEUS, alias SKINNER, Warvecensis, nobilis, convictor [H. Waring's hand:] Huius pater fuit Georgius Skinner nobilis Catholicus. Literas humaniores incepit in Anglia, unde huc appulit 8 Martii anno 1652, cum esset annorum paulo minus quatuordecim, unus ex tertia missione ad Latinitatem. [Tilden's hand:] In studiis tum humanioribus, tum philosophicis haud ignobilem profectum profecit. Integrum cursum Philosophiae publice cum laude defendit sub D. Ioanne Barnesleio 29 Martii 1658. Iuvenis modestus, studiosus, optimaequae indolis. A patre literis accersitus in Angliam rediit 3 Iunii 1658.43; see A2, 297 [see note]; G, 251 - 2. (Warwickshire.) Son of George Skinner, a Catholic of noble birth. Began humanity in England. Arrived March 8 1652, aged a little under 14, one of 3rd Latin mission. Made respectable progress in humanity and Philosophy. Defended Philosophy under Perrott March 1658. A modest, studious young man of excellent character. Recalled by his father; left June 3 1658. Note: Brother of William. BA 12, 84 dates his account from March 165I. A2, 297 is mistaken in saying he was a priest when he left for England.


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G 251 says he was probably ordained elsewhere. He was lent ÂŁ5 for printing and defending conclusions March 15 1658 (BA 12, 85). SKINNER, William, al. CHRIMPSEY/SCRIMSHAW [1639-1694] GULIELMUS SKINNERUS, alias SHRIMPSEUS, Varvecensis, nobilis [H. Waring's hand:] Hic fuit praedicti frater. Literas humaniores in Anglia incepit. Un de huc appulit 8 Martii A.D. 1652, cum esset annorum fere tredecim, unus ex tertia missione ad Latinitatem. [Tilden's hand:] Valetudinis causa in Angliam discessit 13 Augusti anni 1653, unde post annum unum elapsum rediit ad cursum philosophicum 26 Augusti 1654; habitumque Collegii sus cepit cum iuramento 10 Octobris anni 1655. Ordines minores suscepit 10 Martii 1656 feria 6 quatuor temporum Quadragesimae ab Episcopo Targensi in privato eiusdem sacello. Iterum vero ob valetudinem quam sub caelo nimis adversam patiebatur in Angliam navigavit 15 die Decembris 1656, facto prius prornisso statim ac convalesceret ad inchoata studia absolvenda rediturum. Inde vero ob eundem finem missus est ad Collegium Duacenum. 44; A3, 204; G, 252. (Warwickshire.) Brother of John (2). Began humanity in England. Arrived March 8 1652, aged about 13, one of 3rd mission for Latin. Left for reasons of health Aug 13 1653; returned Aug 26 1654 for Philosophy. Oath Oct 10 1655. Minors March 10 1656. Climate bad for his health, so sailed for England Dec 15 1656, having promised to return when recovered. From England sent to Douai College. Note: BA 12, 84 dates his account from March 10 165l. In Nov 1661 he was a deacon and Professor of Logic at Douai; by 1666 he was a priest in England (CRS 63: 20, 34).

-1741] SLAUGHTER, George [ GEORGIUS SLAUGHTER, Herefordiensis [E. Jones's hand:] Huc appulit die 15 Iunii anna 1683. Humaniores liter as hie audivit sub D. Rogero Brockholes, sub quo etiam Philosophiae studiis incubuit. Die 23 Martii sub eodem Magistro conclusiones logicas cum laude defendit anna 1688. Die 17 Aprilis anna 1688 habitum Collegii assumpsit. Primo Iulii anna 1689 conclusiones ex universa Philo sophia iterum propugnavit. 17 Decembris ad subdiaconatum, 18 eiusdem mensis anna 1689 ad diaconatum, et denique ad praesbyteratum ab Em. Protectore D. Verissimo de Lancastro, S. R. E. Cardinali, promotus est. Humaniores litteras docuit per triennium, deinceps Philosophiae Lector designatus est die 16 Septembris anna 1695. Conclusiones super 8 libros Physicorum, duos de Generatione et Corruptione et tres de Anima habuit die 7 Iulii anna 1698. Item alias physicas habuit die 5 Iulii anna 1700, et denique de universali Philosophia die 13 Iulii anna 170l. Die [blank] anna [blank] factus est Lector Sacrae Theologiae Vesperarius, habuitque conclusiones theologicas ex tractatibus de Natura et Attributis Divinis, Visione Beatifica et Sci entia et Voluntate Dei selectas die 7 mens is Maii anna 1704. In


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patriam rediit anno 1708 ut particularia sua negotia pertractaret, qui bus peractis huc iterum appulit die 14 Augusti 1710; patentesque literas ab Ill. Episcopis Bonaventura Madaurensi, Richardo [sic: should be Iacobo] Gallipolitano et Georgio Marcopolitano, Vicariis Apostolicis, secum afferens die 15 Septembris eiusdem anni Vice-Praeses declaratus est, annoque 1714 Theologiam iterum edocendam reassumpsit, [Bernard's hand:] nec ab officio Vice-Presidis destitit donec anno 1719 die 15 Septembris aD. Gulielmo Mosely exceptus fuerit. Theologiam docere perstitit per plurimos annos. [po 248] Mortuo D. Eduardo Iones Praeside [in margin: die 28 Decembris 1738], ne caput Collegio deesset, ipse Regens seu Vicarius declaratus est. Nec a Theologia docenda destitit donec annis debilis nec huic nec alii muneri aptus videretur. Die decimo Septembris an no 1741, cum mane die dominica e cubiculo descendisset ut sacro interesset, subito spiritus deliquio correptus est et sacro oleo inunctus post mediam circiter horam e vivis excess it. 112 & 248; A3, 204; G, 252. (Herefordshire.) Arrived June 15 1683. Studied humanity and Philosophy under R. Brockholes: defended Logic March 1688. Oath April 17 1688. Defended Philosophy July 1689. December 17-18 1689 subd. and diac.; then priesthood [no date given]. Taught humanity for 3 years. Made Philosophy Lecturer Sept 16 1695: held conclusions July 1698, 1700 and 1701. Made Theology Lecturer: held conclusions May 1704. Returned to England in 1709 on personal business; returned Aug 14 1710 with patent for Vice-President from Vicars Apostolic; declared Vice-President Sept 15. 1714 began to teach Theology again. Succeeded in Vice-Presidency by W. Mawdesley Sept 15 1719; continued to teach Theology. Declared Regent on death of Jones Dec 28 1738 [see note]. Continued to teach Theology until he became incapable. Died Sept 10 1741. Note: Barnard gives Nov 11 1691 for priesthood (BA 4). Birtwistle, in a draft entry for Annales (CCL 1739), says Slaughter, acting as Regent, made him Prefect of Studies on Jan 6 1738. Jones (see note on his entry) died Dec 28 1737. *Sliefield, Ralph see NEWMAN, William

SMITH, Anthony, al. MARTIN and MARTINEZ [c.1620-1685] ANTONIUS MARTINES, alias SMITHAEUS, Hamptoniensis, honesto loco natus [Pickford's hand:] Hic patre Thoma Smithaeo natus, in studiis fuit educatus. Mox unus ex tertia missione huc destinatus est cum esset annorum circiter 16. Appulit 23 Februarii 1636. Mox cursum philosophicum Kalendis Aprilis incepit, et 29 Iunii sequentis habitum et iuramentum Collegii accepit 1636. Primam tonsuram et or dines minores ab Ill. Protectore suscepit 3 Aprilis 1638. [Two and a half lines inked over: see episode described under Robinson, John (1).] Mox eodem anno ad Theologiam ascendit. In cuius secundo anno tractatum de Peccatis cum laude defendit sub D. Onuphrio Elisaeo 13 die Maii 1640, [Clarence's


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hand:] et 25 Maii an no 1642 materiam de Voluntate Dei et Praedestinatione sub eodem Magistro defendit. [Pickford's hand:] Subdiaconatum suscepit ab Ill. Protectore 18 Decembris 1643, diaconatum vero 3 Aprilis 1644 et presbyteratum 8 Maii 1644. Tandem duos annos post studia finita, praemisso examine et praestito iuramento [continued in margin: cum promissione adnexa, cum facultatibus consuetis missionarius in Galliam abiit nave cum Marchione de Nisa Legato 18 Decembris 1646.] 15; A2, 298; G, 253. (Hampshire.) Son of Thomas Smith. Came in 3rd mission Feb 23 1636, aged about 16, began Philosophy April 1 and took oath June 29. Tons. and minors April 3 1638. One of those who broke out of College [see under Robinson, John (1): readmitted Sept 2 1638]; began Theology. Defended theses under Waring May 1640 and May 1642. Subd. Dec 18 1643, diac. April 3 and priesthood May 8 1644. 2 years after completing studies took the examination and oath and went a missioner with faculties to France on board ship with Marquis of Niza, Ambassador, Dec 18 1646 [oath Dec 10, BA 215, 11]. SMITH, Benjamin [1769-1795] [Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born Witham, Essex Nov 10 1769, son of Benjamin Smith and Mary Ward; confirmed by Thomas Talbot; admitted May 28 1784; ordained Christmas 1794; died after a long illness Oct 19 1795; buried in College chapel. A4, 248; G, 253. Note: Parents were converts; sent him to Sedgley Park, where he was noted for piety. Died when about to be sent home to recuperate (BA 112, 16- 18). - 1748] SMITH, Francis [ FRANCISCUS SMITH, Warwicensis, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] Quando appulit cuiusque sit filius non inveni [in margin: appulit mense Martii anno 1686]. Ex Collegio Duaceno demissus , ubi humaniores hauserat literas, huc venit Philosophiam ingressurus, quam audivit sub D. Rogero Brockholes, et Theologiam sub D. Roberto Smitheo, Lectore Primario, et D. Rogero Brockholes, Vesperario. Habitum Collegii sumpsit 7 Aprilis 1688, ordinibusque initiatus ab Em. Protectore D. Verissimo de Lancastro, S. R. E. Cardinali, cum missionarii facultatibus in Angliam missus est 6 Februarii 1692, ubi etiamnum laborat 1710. 114; A3, 205; G, 253. (Warwickshire.) Arrived March 1686 after dismissal from Douai, where he had studied humanity. Studied Philosophy under Brockholes and Theology under Robert Smith and Brockholes. Oath April 7 1688. Ordained by Protector. Went missioner to England Feb 6 1692 [should be Feb 16: BA 215, 62], where he is still working 1710. Note: In Grammar at Douai March 1 1676 (CRS 63 , 61). Died Feb 25 1747/8 (CRS 12, 7).


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SMITH, Hugh [arrived 1800]

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[Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born June 1 1732; admitted Jan 16 1748; oath Dec 19 1750; defended theses June 1753; minors Sept 19 1755; subd. March 13, diac. May 9, priesthood and 1st Mass Dec 18 and 29 1756; missionary oath Dec 20 l757 [BA 215, 116] . A4, 248; G, 253- 4. Note: Apostatised March l765 (Corr March 21). Bishop Milner, referring to his Errors of the Church of Rome detected, wrote: 'Smith, of Dover, was one of those wretched Priests, who, wanting the grace necessary for living up to the strictness of their obligations, have attempted to excuse their breach of them, by abusing the Church which imposes them upon them. His puny embryo was stifled in the birth, and he himself, soon after his fall, met with that awful end, which has been the general fate, within our own memory, of this class of converts, as the Prelate calls them.' A note explains: 'Smith dropped down dead in Canterbury Cathedral'. (A postscript to the second address to the Right Reverend Lord Bishop of St David's, London, 1819, 11). SMITH, John, al. WARHAM [

-l714] IOANNES SMITH, alias WARHAM [All in E. Jones's hand:] Accessit ad Collegium die 30 Septembris anni 1665. Discessit cum facultatibus missionis in Angliam 18 Aprilis 1681, ubi etiamnum laborat 1710. Hic Philosophiam docuit electus in Magistrum 12 Ianuarii 1676. Post 30 et amplius annorum in animabus lucrandis exantlatos labores 19 Martii anni 1714 in oppido vulgo dicto Cowdry in Comitatu Sussexiae obdormivit in Domino. R.I.P. 80; A3, 207- 8; G, 266. Arrived Sept 30 1665. Left missioner for England April 18 1681 [BA 215, 47]; still working there 1710. Philosophy Lecturer Jan 12 1676. After more than 30 years labouring for souls died at Cowdray, Sussex March 19 l714. Note: Brother of Robert. Oath Sept 1 1670 (Oaths). Presented to Lisbon Chapter for ordination Feb 25 1675 (OF). Ordained by Russell April 29 1675 (RRL). Missionary faculties in OF (April 18 1681). G describes his abortive attempt to take up appointment as President in 1706. *Smith, John see SERGEANT; Smith, John see SKINNER, John (1)

SMITH, Richard (1) [1625RICHARDUS SMITHAEUS, Eboracensis, nobilis et convictor [All in Pickford's hand:] Huius pater fuit Thomas Smithaeus, nobilis, Catholicus. Litteras humaniores in Anglia incepit. Ab Abbatissa monasterii


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Anglicani commendatus (ubi per annum vixerat) in Collegium receptus est 18 Octobris 1643, proximo Domini Natali 18 annorum futurus: est autem ad scholam Syntaxeos admissus. Sed iuvenis inconstans et studiorum pertaesus ad arnicos remissus est in Angliam. Abiit 22 Martii 1644. 31; not in G. (Yorkshire .) Son of Thomas Smith, a Catholic of noble birth. Began humanity in England. Recommended by Abbess of Syon, where he lived for 2 years; admitted Oct 18 1643, aged 17, for Syntax. Unsteady and bored with studies, so sent back to his friends in England. Left March 22 1644. SMITH, Richard (2) [1725- 1808] RICARDUS SMITH, honesto loco natus [A ll in Manley's hand: ] 1738. Filius [blank] Smith et uxoris eius, Catholicorum. Accessit ad Collegium 2 Aprilis una cum R. D. Ricardo Grene ad Latinitatem. Discessit e Collegio die 1 Septembris Romam navigaturus ad Collegium Anglorum de Urbe anno 1741. 239; A4, 250; G,254. Born of Catholic parents. Came for Latin April 2 1738 with Revd Richard Green. Left Sep 1 1741 to go to English College, Rome. Note: Father was John Smith, mother Mary Jefferson; born Dec 12 1725; admitted to English College, Rome Oct 16 1741; ordained Feb 1 1750; left for mission April 13 1751 (CRS 40, 197-8). Called at Lisbon and was made Procurator Sept 29 1750 (BA 122). Left Lisbon about July 31 1753 (BA 46, 8). Nov 3 1761 offered himself as Lisbon Agent to replace Shepperd (Corr). Died May 6 1808 (CRS 12, 100). SMITH, Robert, al. WARHAM [ - 1729] ROBERTUS SMITHEUS, alias WARHAM [All in E. Jones's hand:] Finitis studiis ordinibusque susceptis, humaniores literas docuit per triennium. Deinde Philosophiam edocendam sus cepit 27 Octobris anni 1683, bisque publicas conclusiones habuit, alias logicales, alias ex universa Philosophia. 20 Aprilis anno 1687 destinatus est Lector Sacrae Theologiae nullasque conclusiones habuit sed munus suum maxima socordia in magnum discipulorum preiudicium neglexit. Quapropter in Angliam destinatus missionarii facultates recepit 2 Ianuarii anni 1693. Hic a die 4 Novembris 1684 Confessarius, dico Praefectus Studiorum, et 20 Aprilis anno 1687 Confessarius Collegii factus est. Post triginta et sex annos in animabus lucrandis consumptos, morbo correptus pie obdormivit in Domino die 8 Februarii anno 1729 stilo novo. R.I.P. 81; A3, 208; G, 266- 7. After studies and ordination taught humanity for 3 years. Began to teach Philosophy Oct 27 1683; held conclusions twice. Theology Lecturer April 20 1687; held no conclusions; neglected his duty, so sent to England with


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missionary faculties Jan 2 1693 [BA 215, 68]. Prefect of Studies Nov 4 1684; Confessor April 20 1687. Died Feb 8 1729 (N.S.). Note: Brother of John. Oath Sept 8 1677 (Oaths). G gives his ordination date as April 18 1681: this is unlikely to be accurate; it is the date his brother was sent to England: text suggests 1680 as year of ordination. *Snooke, James see WHITE, James

SOUTELL, Richard [1725RICARDUS RODERICUS SOUTELLUS, Ulyssiponensis, honesto loco natus [All in Preston's hand:] Filius Patricii Roderici Soutelli, fimbriarum Gallicarum mercatoris, et Teresiae Mariae [blank], patris Hispani et matris Anglicanae, annos natus 13, quos adimplevit 22 Ianuarii proxime elapsi, Collegium ingress us est ut convictor die 12 Maii anno Salutis 1738 et ad Latinitatem admissus est. 243; not in G. (Lisbon.) Born Jan 22 1725, son of Roderick, a Spanish merchant of French fabrics, and Teresa Mary, an Englishwoman. Came as a convictor for Latin May 12 1738. SPAIN, George [1778-1838] [Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born Hainton, Lincolnshire Jan 9 1778, son of William Spain and Elizabeth Hertend; baptised by Wright; confirmed by Douglass; admitted March 12 1802. G, 254. Note: Taught in College's school for Portuguese boys 1808 (BA 112, 32). Missionary oath Feb 21 1809 (BA 215, 144). SPARROW, Anthony [1776[Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born Harewood, Yorkshire Dec 17 1776, son of Anthony Sparrow and Anne Creven; admitted Oct 13 1790; left. G, 254. Note: Left Nov 27 1795 (BA 219, Sept 1796). SPOONER, Samuel [1783-1839] [Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born September 17 1783; paid for by Marquis de Ponte de Lima. G, 255. Note: In BA 4 he is called John. Sent to England Feb 24 1809 for ordination (BA 215, 151). Arrived at Ushaw March 14 1809: subd. Dec 20; diac. June 13 1810 (Ushaw: Diary and Ordinations). G says he was ordained at Old Hall in Dec 1810. For his visit to a small Portuguese benefice obtained for him by Marquis de Ponte de Lima see Corr May 1 1821. Died Aug 8 1839 (CD 1840, 115).


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*Stanley, Edward see BIDDLECOMB, Martin; Stanley, William see LEIGHTON, William; Starkey, Francis see WHITAKER, Humphrey STARKEY, Henry, al. Charles WARBURTON and Bernard LEE [c.1610- 1688] CAROLUS WARBERTONUS, alias HENRICUS STARKAEUS, Cestrensis, nobilis [All in Pickford's hand:] Hic patre Henrico Starkaeo armigero natus, Duaci in Collegio litteras [po 15] humaniores usque ad finitam Rhetoricam accepit. Mox unus ex tertia missione huc destinatus est, cum esset annorum 25. Appulit 23 Februarii 1636. Mox cursum philosophicum Kalendis Aprilis incepit et 29 Iunii sequentis in festo Sanctorum Apostolorum Petri et Pauli habitum et iuramentum Collegii novo exemplo privatim et sub aliquali conditione, ut scilicet Superiores procurarent consensum patris, accepit 1636; quo postea habito, absolute iuravit. Et urgente sacerdotum inopia, primam tonsuram, or dines minores et subdiaconatum 3 Aprilis, 4 vero diaconatum et 6 presbyteratum sus cepit ab Ill. Protectore 1638, cum prius 7 Martii eiusdem anni theses ex 8 libris Physicorum pub lice defenderat sub D. Onuphrio Elisaeo. Hic semper inquietus et seditiosus fuit. [Inked over, but supplied by a much later hand: Tandem unus ex quatuor fuit qui in seditione quadam, post multa alia opprobria Superioribus illata, per posticum Collegii eruperunt ipso die quo discessit D. Lancasterus; verum a Ministro Publico iussu Ill. Protectoris sequenti die cum aliis reductus 2 Septembris, ipse solus] et resipiscere nolens sed obstinatus permanens [inked over: ac ideo 11 eiusdem mens is] publice expulsus est, et in Angliam amandatus. Ubi cum omnia contra expectationem evenirent neque facultates administrandi sacramenta aut subsidium ullum a Clero obtineret, tandem paenitens, chartis huc publice et privatim scriptis seipsum late accusavit veniamque errati ab omnibus petiit 1639. 14-15; A2, 310; G, 255. (Cheshire.) Son of Henry Starkey; studied humanity at Douai to end of Rhetoric. Arrived in 3rd mission Feb 23 1636, aged 25 and began Philosophy April 1. Took the oath privately and conditionally June 29 1636; later took it absolutely when his father's consent had been obtained. Because of shortage of priests received tonsure and all orders, including priesthood, April 3-6 1638, having defended theses on Physics under Waring March 7. Was always restless and disruptive and was one of those who broke out of College [see under Robinson, John (1)]: when brought back, he alone remained obstinately impenitent, so was publicly expelled September 11 and sent to England. When he found Clergy would give him neither faculties nor support, at last repented and wrote public and private letters in 1639 asking pardon of all. Note: Entered Douai College Jan 17 1632, aged over 22 (CRS 10, 300). Took oath unconditionally Feb 23 1638 (Oaths). Contrary to A2, 310 there is no evidence that he was readmitted to College. On Dec 14 1646 President Hyde of Douai College wrote to Messrs Fitton and Harrington


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that Starkey could not be admitted without a dispensation from Rome because he had lost a leg in the civil war (CRS 11,490). He became a Benedictine: professed Feb 1649; died Feb 12 1688 (Birt, Obit book oj

the English Benedictines, 58). STICK/STITCH, James, al. HAWKINS [1720-1764] IACOBUS STITCH, alias HAUKINS, Staffordiensis, honesto loco natus. [E. Jones's hand:] Anno 1733. Filius fuit Roberti Stiche, agricolae, et Mariae Haukins, Catholicorum, aetatis 14 an no rum quos adimplebit die 8 Aprilis stylo veteri proxime venturi, cum Gramatices rudimenta tantum delibaverat. [In margin: On Thatcher's fund.] Missus est a Clero Anglicano Collegiumque ingressus est die 20 Iulii anno 1733 ad Latinitatem. Iuramentum praestitit habitumque Collegii recepit 15 Septembris A.D. 1737. [Bernard's hand:] Quo tempore primam tonsuram et ordines minores susceperit scriptum non reperi. Ad sacrum subdiaconatus ordinem promotus est die 1 Iunii anno 1743. Exinde anno 1744 tempore Quadragesimae diaconus factus, eodem an no die 30 Aprilis sacrum presbyteratus ordinem suscepit, et missione accepta navem conscendit ut in patriam navigaret die 2 Septembris eiusdem anni 1744. Vir piis moribus, sed cuius ingenii tarditas diu huius Collegii Superioribus dubium fecerat utrum operi missionis aptus unquam evaderet. In Anglia degens patrium materno nomine mutavit et Haukins nominatur. 227; A4, 259; G, 256. (Staffordshire.) Born April 8 1720 (O.S.), son of Robert Stick, a farmer, and Mary Hawkins, Catholics. Came, sent by Clergy, with hardly any Latin July 20 1733. Oath Sept 15 1737. Subd. June 1 1743; diac. Lent and priesthood April 30 1744. Went missioner to England Sept 2 1744. Pious but so slow that had long been a doubtful prospect for ordination. Known as Hawkins in England. Note: Born Wolverhampton (BA 13, 241). Missionary oath Aug 24 1744 (BA 215, 108). Died March 9 1764 (CRS 12, 11). *Stitch, James see STICK, James STRICKLAND, Jarrard Edward [1782-1844] [Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born Sizergh, Westmorland Feb 24 1782, son of Jarrard Strickland and Cecily Townley; baptised by Thomas Johnson; admitted Sept 21 1791; left. G, 255-6 (with family history). Note: His brother George was at Douai (Corr July 10 1792). Jarrard left Nov 21 1796 (BA 219). STUTTARD, Richard, al. FISHER [1769[Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born Kington, Middlesex, Sept 1 1769, son of John Stuttard and Catherine Colwin. Confirmed 1786 by James Talbot; admitted Sept 29 1786; missioner 1795 [oath April 18, BA 215, 133]. A4, 265-6; G, 256.


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Note: At Douai College March 4 1782 to July 4 1785 (CRS 63: 292, 302). Nicknamed 'melancholy mad boy' by fellow-students at Lisbon. Philosophy Lecturer 1793-5. In 1799 stayed some months in College on way back to England after 2 years of teaching in Valladolid; had to be dismissed in Oct (BA 219, July 3 1800, when he had just left Lisbon for England). In England was in debtors' prison several times because of a drink problem. Suspended; joined marines; released on payment by Bishop Douglass. Tried to join Trappists but inadmissible because of debts. Came to Lisbon as beggar, calling himself Fletcher. Winstanley and Hurst tried to help him: got him to emigrate to America, but he took to drink again there and returned to London as a servant. His only problem was drink: never renounced the faith (BA 112, 13-15).

*Sugar, Thomas see MORGAN, John SUMNER, John [1765-1834] [Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born Warrington, Lancashire Feb 25 1765, son of Edward Sumner and Mary Haslen; baptised March 24 1765; confirmed May 1 1755 by Hornyold; admitted Aug 23 1779; oath March 12 1781. G,256-7 . Note: Left about Sept 26 1790 (BA 46, 69) in minor orders (BA 219, Aug and Oct 1790). SUTTON, Robert, al. SALISBURY [1639-1675] ROBERTUS SALISBURIUS, alias SUTTON, Eboracensis, nobilis et convictor [All in Tilden's hand:] Fuit hic frater praedicti Gulielmi. Literis humanioribus operam navavit in Anglia. Ad instantiam D. Franciscae de Tavora, sororis R. D. Andreae Furtado Decani Ulyssiponensis, admissus est in Collegium tan quam convictor ad cursum philosophicum sub D. Ioanne Hollando, cum esset annorum sexdecim unius mensis et viginti dierum, 24 Martii anni 1655. Postea vero 24 Augusti 1656 in festo Sancti Bartholomaei iuramentum Collegii suscepit et in alumnum admissus est. Conclusiones physicas publice defendit sub D. Ioanne Barnesleo 10 Maii 1657. Ordines minores suscepit ab Episcopo Targensi 5 Decembris 1658; conclusiones theologicas pub lice cum laude defendit sub D. Ioanne Barnesleo 21 Decembris 1660. Promotus est ad subdiaconatum ab Episcopo Targensi in suo privato sacello die 6 Iunii 1661 et ad diaconatum die sequenti, videlicet 8 [sic], demum ad presbyteratum die 24 Ianuarii (qui est Sancti Timothei) anno 1662, dispensatus super defectum aetatis tredecim mensium per Breve Apostolicum ab Alexandro Papa Septimo concessum, et ab eodem Episcopo Targensi per sententiam a se latam confirmatum. Facultates missionarii accepit aD. Godeno die 9 Martii eiusdem anni 1662. 53; A3, 215; G, 257. (Yorkshire.) Brother of William [and Thomas]. Studied humanity in England. At request of Francisca de Tavora, sister of Dean of Lisbon,


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admitted as convictor for Sergeant's Philosophy course March 24 1655, aged 16. Oath Aug 24 1656. Defended Physics under Perrott May 1657. Minors Dec 5 1658 . Defended theological conclusions under Perrott Dec 1660. Subd. and diac. June 6 and 8 1661; priesthood (with papal dispensation from canonical age) Jan 24 1662. Missionary faculties from Tilden March 9 1662 [BA 215,23]. Note: At end of 2nd quarter 1655 returned to live at Francisca de Tavora's; back in College about mid-Oct 1655 (BA 12, 119). Died Aug 19 1675 (CRS 3, 102) or Aug 29 (Ushaw: OS/G 57). SUTTON, Thomas, al. SALISBURY [1643- 1674] THOMAS SALISBURIUS, alias SUTTON, Eboracensis nobilis [All in Tilden's hand:] Hic frater fuit Gulielmi et Roberti de quibus supra paginis 52 et 53. Huc appulit 8 Novembris 1661, secundus ex quinta missione ad Latinitatem, annos natus octodecim quos complevit circa festum Paschatis praecedentis. 71; A3, 215; G, 257. (Yorkshire.) Brother of William and Robert. Arrived Nov 8 1661, 2nd of 5th Latin mission, aged 18. Note: Was to be supported in part by Lisbon Chapter and Francesca da Tavora (Dean's sister) and guaranteed financially by his brother Robert (BA 12, 171). Oath Aug 6 1666 (Oaths). From Oct 2 1667 said Masses for Founder (BA 171, 3). Missionary oath Feb 2 1670 (BA 215, 25). Died Oct 20 1674 (CRS 3, 101). SUTTON, William, al. SALISBURY [1632- 1690] GULIELMUS SALISBURIUS, alias GUILIEMUS SUTTON, Eboracensis, nobilis et convictor [Pickford's hand:] Huius pater fuit Stephanus Suttonius Catholicus et multa eo nomine passus. Litteras humaniores incepit in Anglia, unde huc advenit et ab amita sorore Clara Salisburia commendatus admissus est unus ex secunda missione ad Latinitatem. Collegium ingressus est 3 Augusti 1648, annorum 16 et dimidio. [Whitaker's hand:] Anno 1653 die 4 Ianuarii, cum amplius eius amita non auderet in se suscipere sponsionem pro pensione tempestive solvenda, in civitatem abiit, a R. D. [added by Tilden: Andrea Furtado] Decano Capituli Ulissiponensis sustentandus. [Tilden's hand:] Postea vero mense Octobris anni 1653 missus est a D. Francisca de Tavora, sorore eiusdem D. Decani Conimbricam, ut studio Theologiae operam daret. Un de post annum reversus et per literas a D. Hieronymo Iennyns in Galliam ad Patres Oratorii invitatus, multo cum fervore petiit suscipere habitum et iuramentum Collegii. Quibus susceptis 17 Septembris anni 1654 ad ordines est praesentatus, et prim am tonsuram, quatuorque or dines minores ab Episcopo Targensi in Ecclesia Spiritus Sancti [po 52] die 18 Septembris feria 6 4 temporum eiusdem anni sus cepit. Postea vero ab eodem Episcopo in privato suo oratorio ad sacros ordines promotus est, videlicet ad subdiaconatum dominica quarta Adventus die


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20 Decembris eiusdem anni; ad diaconatum die dominica 3 Februarii an no 1655; et ad presbyteratum die sequenti, 4 Februarii eiusdem anni. In receptione iuramenti chirographo se obstrinxit in Oalliam quam primum iturum, et titulo alumnatus nequaquam gravaturum Collegium pro victu, vestitu, viatico aliisque expensis in alumnos fieri solitis. Hinc tamen ad eius petitionem remissa est solutio (iam plene desperata) septuaginta quinque aureorum qui adhuc debebantur pro illius sustentatione in Collegio. Die 26 Februarii eiusdem anni 1655 quo securius in Oalliam traiiceret primo in Angliam navigavit, facuItates pro mora illic facienda a Vicario Oenerali et Capitulo recepturus si illis ita expedire visum fuerit. 41 & 52; A2, 313; 0,257. (Yorkshire.) Son of Stephen Sutton, who suffered much for the faith. Began humanity in England. Came recommended by aunt, Sr Clare Salisbury; admitted as one of 2nd Latin mission Aug 3 1648, aged 16 and a half. From Jan 4 1653 lived with Dean of Lisbon; sent by Dean's sister to study Theology at Coimbra Oct 1653. Invited by Jerome Jennings to Oratorians in France, was allowed to take College habit and oath Sept 17 and tons. and minors 18; subd. Dec 20 1654; diac. Feb 3; priesthood Feb 4 1655. Acknowledged he had no rights as alumnus; was let off what he owed College. Feb 26 1655 sailed for France via England, where Chapter could give temporary faculties. Note: Brother of Robert and Thomas. Missionary oath Feb 26 1655 (BA 215, 20). 0 says he later joined Bridgettines at Syon in Lisbon and died there March 9 1690.

SWINBURNE, Thomas [1752[Columnar entry, BA 4:] Admitted June 29 1765; oath March 16 1772. 0,257. Note: Born 21 and baptised 27 Feb 1752 (O.S.); confirmed at Durham by [Francis] Petre 1764 (Corr May 30 1765). *Swinburne, William see OOLE, William *Talbot, William see DAY, William

TALSBURGH, John [student 1653-54] IOANNES TALSBOROW, Hamptoniensis, nobilis, convictor [Whitaker's hand:] Huius pater fuit Carolus Talsburg arrniger. Admissus est ad convictum A.D. 1653 Martii 27, postquam in civitate moratus fuisset per octo circiter menses, unus ex tertia missione ad Latinitatem. [Tilden's hand:] Hic post annum unum et duos menses literis valedicens et arnicos a quibus nihil suppetiarum acceperat invisurus discessit in Angliam 29 Maii anno 1654.47; 0,257. (Hampshire.) Son of Charles Talsburgh. Admitted as convictor March 27 1653, after 8 months in Lisbon; one of 3rd Latin mission. Left for


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England to see his friends, who had not paid for his support, May 29 1654. TATTERSHALL, Peter [1699-1719] PETRUS TATTERSHALL, Devoniensis, nobilis [All in E. Jones's hand:] Filius fuit Laurentii Tatershall et Penelopae Constable Catholicorum. Cum 15 annorum esset aetatis die 20 Februarii proximo elapsi, huc appulit, et Collegio accessit die 22 Septembris A.D . 1714 ad Latinitatem. Juramentum Collegii praestitit habitumque sumpsit die 15 Decembris A.D . 1718, privatim in cellula Praesidis, dum iter Romam versus ad lacobum 3 Angliae Regem tunc ibidem exulantem meditaretur. Morbo enim regio laboraverat. At Rege deserente Romam et Matritum petente, Matritum abiit die 11 Aprilis anno 1719, ut per tactum eius sanitatem recuperaret. Cumque ibi accessit Regemque non invenerit, ad Caloniam enim iter arripuerat, eum secutus est, literisque quas portaverat commendatitiis ad Regem admissus est tactumque eius. Quo accepto Collegium petiit estque ingressus die 4 Iunii anno 1719, non sane a tumore, qui multum sub aure dextra extuberaverat, sed ab omnibus doloribus quos antea passus est liber. At ingravescente morbo, ad lectulum se recepit variisque chirurgorum remediis sine aliquo levamine applicatis, in canceri enim, ut aiebant, malignitatem degeneraverat, omnibus sacramentis imbutis piissime in Domino obdormivit die 8 Augusti anno 1719 sepultusque iacet ad pedes altaris Beatae Mariae de Pace. R.I.P. 155; 0, 257. (Devon.) Born Feb 20 1699, son of Laurence Tattershall and Penelope Constable, Catholics. Came Sept 22 1714 for Latin. Took the oath privately Dec 15 1718, because he was planning to go to James III in Rome, since he suffered from King's Evil. But the King was going to Madrid, so Tattershall went there April 11 1719 to be touched. Eventually received touch at Calonia [Calonge (?)] . Returned June 4 1719, free from pain but not from his tumour. Died of cancer Aug 8 1719; buried at altar of Our Lady of Peace. TAYLOR, Richard, al. BLACKBURN and SHERBURN [c.1657- 1726] RICHARDUS TAYLOR, alias BLACKBURN, Lancastriensis, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] Accessit 24 Novembris anno 1675. Finitis studiis missionariique facultatibus susceptis, in Angliam rediit 19 Maii anno 1685, ubi etiamnum laborat anno 1710. Die tertio lunii A.D. 1726, aetatis 69, missionis 41, post plurimos in animabus lucrandis exantlatos labores pie obdormivit in Domino. R.I.P. 106; A3, 222; 0, 257-8. (Lancashire.) Came Nov 24 1675. Went missioner to England May 19 1685 [BA 215, 53], where he is still working 1710. Died June 3 1726, aged 69, after 41 years of work. Note: Oath Dec 30 1682 (Oaths). Was to follow same course as Tootell (BA 13, 51). Tons. and minors Jan 1 1683 (OF).


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TAYLOR, Robert [1743-1769] [Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born Lancashire May 23 1743; baptised May 24; admitted June 12 1761; oath Nov 1 1763; diac. March 20 1768; priesthood April 2 1768; died in College. A4, 275; G, 258. Note Died Feb 26 1769 (Corr Sept 16 1771). TAYLOR, Thomas (1) [1736-

Note: No entry for him. Born in Lisbon Nov 1 1736, son of Thomas Taylor, apothecary; lived at home and came to College for classes (BA 218, 11). Latin exercises June 1744-Feb 1747 are in C&E. May not have been reckoned member of College. Not in G. TAYLOR, Thomas (2) [1770[Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born lImington, Warwickshire Aug 5 1770, son of Thomas Taylor and Elizabeth Walker; baptised same day by Thomas Barr; confirmed Feb 1784 by James Talbot; admitted Feb 22 1785. G, 258. Note: Left about Oct 3 1787 (BA 46, 65). TERRET, John [arrived 1664]

Note: No entry for him. Admitted Nov 25 1664; left for England Feb 22 1666 (BA 12, 192-3). Not in G. THOMAS, Toby [arrived 1687]

Note: No entry for him. Arrived about Sept 1687 (AA Nov 27). Not in G. THOROLD, Francis, al BENSON [student 1643-5] FRANCISCUS BENSON, alias TORELL, Linconiensis, nobilis [All in Pickford's hand:] Hie cum in Collegio Hispalensi Philosophiam et unum annum Theologiae audivisset, huc transivit 19 Februarii 1638. Ubi non aliter admissus est quam ut ad modum hospitis viveret (subditus tam en scholis et reliquis Collegii regulis) donec literas testimoniales ex Anglia procuraret, quas tamen non expectavit sed alias rationes praetendens discessit 23 Iunii 1638 et in Angliam navigio abiit. Postea Duaci ordinatus inque Angliam remissus ibique pro fide Catholica biennium incarceratus, tandem huc rediit ad studia perficienda et appulit 30Iulii 1643. Materiam Fidei sub D. Ellisaeo cum laude defendit 3 Aprilis 1644. Tandem ad religionem Sanctae Birgittae transiit 24 Martii 1645. 18; A2, 318-19; not in G. (Lincolnshire.) Studied Philosophy and one year of Theology at Seville College. Arrived Feb 19 1638. Admitted only as a guest until he got testimonial letters from England. Instead of waiting, left by ship for England June 23 1638. [Oath at Douai Dec 1638, IDD, 45]; ordained at


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Douai and sent to England; imprisoned 2 years for the faith. Returned here to complete studies July 30 1643; defended theses under Waring April 1644. Joined Bridgettines March 24 1645. *Thorpe, John see MANLEY, John

TIDYMAN, Philip [1781[Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born Gelizhead [see note], Northumberland July 20 1781, son of John Tidyman and Hannah Boyes; baptised by Waller [see note]; confirmed by Douglass; admitted Oct 9 1795; left. G, 258. Note: Born July 21 1781 at Newcastle upon Tyne; baptised by William Warrilow Aug 13 1781 (AA Jan 5 1796). Left Sept 10 1800 (BA 219). TILDEN, Thomas, al. GODDEN [1622-1688] THOMAS GODDENUS, alias TILDENUS, Cantuariensis, nobilis [Pickford's hand:] Huius pater fuit Guilielmus Tildenus nobilis. Primo Oxoniae in Collegio Reginae, postea Cantabrigiae in Collegio Sancti Ioannis quinque annos Philosophiae operam dedit, Artiumque Bacalaureus factus, a D. deinde G. Gagaeo ad fidem Catholicam perductus et huc ad Philosophiae cursum missus est. Appulit 4 Novembris 1643, cum esset annorum aetatis circiter viginti unius Natali Domini subsequenti. Iuramentum cum habitu Collegii sumpsit 29 Iunii 1644. Logicam publice cum laude defendit sub D. Francisco Victore 11 Iunii 1645. Primam tonsuram et ordines minores accepit ab Ill. Protectore, 30 Novembris 1646. Cursum integrum Philosophiae sub Magistro D. Francisco Victore cum laude defendit 5 Iunii 1647. [H. Waring's hand:] Subdiaconatum accepit ab Ill. Protectore 24 Ianuarii 1649, diaconatum vero Februarii subsequentis die 24, praesbiteratum vera die 12 Martii eiusdem anni. Conclusiones theologicas cum laude defendit sub Magistro D. Doctore Daniele 30 Ianuarii 1650 et 4 Martii subsequentis discessit in Angliam matrem conversurus ad fidem. [po 48, Whitaker's hand:] Hic post reditum ex Anglia qui contigit A.D. 1650 mense Novembris cursum philosophicum primo in consortio D. Sugarii, post paucos menses (ob discessum praedicti in Belgium) solus praelegit, A.D. vero 1653 circa finem mensis Ianuarii absolvit. Habuit publicas conclusionum defensiones sex: logicas 29 Decembris A.D. 1651, defendentibus Ioanne Barnesleio et Ioanne Bennetto; physicas A.D. 1652 die 12 Maii, defendentibus Daniele Fisher et Gulielmo Bodenham; integras philosophicas A.D. 1653 die 3 Februarii, defendentibus Patre Daniele Fishera, Ioanne Barnesleio et Ioanne Benneto. Dumque Philosophiam praelegeret primo Praefectus Studiorum declaratus est A.D. 1651 Ianuarii [sic], deinde huius Collegii Vice-Praeses 27 Iunii anna 1652. A.D. 1653 die 5 Februarii incepit tractatum de Incarnatione, Lector Theologiae Vespertinus factus. [Perrott's hand:] Defuncto R. D. Praeside Francisco Claytono 19 Septembris 1653, supplevit etiam vices Praesidis una cum


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lectione Theologiae usque ad principium Maii 1654, quando theologi ob rei familiaris penuriam (sic ordinante R. Capitulo Londini) in Galliam missi sunt ad Patres Oratorii. Officium etiam Procuratoris obiit usque ad Septembrem sequentem eiusdem anni. Per literas patentes a R. Calcedonensi datas 6 Octobris 1654 creatus est Praeses, sed illis naufragio deperditis et intercedente morte Episcopi per patentes a CIeri Anglicani Capitulo datas 29 Iunii 1655 declaratus est Praeses . Primus ex patribus Lusitanice concionatus est in Passione Domini 1655 et habitum habita oratione Lusitanice pub lice dedit. Ecclesiam ornamentis variis, Bibliothecam plateis ad latus australe additis (sub finestris) locupletavit. Quin et bina altaria in Ecclesia erexit, repositeria nitidissima in sacristia seu vestiario ex elemosynis confecit, cancellos ex ligno Braseliensi praedictis altaribus superaddidit, Theatinis ut monasterium Theatinarum in fundo Emmanuelis et Ioannis Mafraei erigerent impedivit, atrium autem Collegii gradibus ornavit, claustrum vero lateribus. Executor fuit testamenti Dominicae Pinheriae[?] quae moriens Collegium heredem instituit; author fuit Antonio de Andrade ut reditum annuum 1 M 550 [1,550 res] pro septem missis Colegio moriens legaret. Conclusiones theologicas de Attributis et Visione professor habuit 30 Iunii 1659, de Scientia, Voluntate, Praedestinatione 30 Iunii 1660. Porro 23 Aprilis creatus est Doctor Sacrae Theologiae, Iulio sequente adscitus a Regina Regente ad instruendam Reginam Magnae Britanniae in lingua Anglicana. 10 Septembris electus a Capitulo CIeri Anglicani Archidiaconus Londini et Essexiae. 23 Aprilis 1662 in Angliam abiit cum Serenissima Regina, ipsius concionator factus (cui etiam dicaverat theses de Sanctissima Trinitate 16 Octobris praecedentis), cum iam summa omnium acceptatione rexisset Collegium per octo annos et dimidium a morte R. Doctoris Francisci Claytoni qui e vi vis excessit Septembris 19 1653. 32 & 48; A2, 321-2; G, 258-9. (Canterbury.) Son of William Tilden of noble birth. Studied at Queen's College, Oxford; then 5 years of Philosophy at St John's, Cambridge, proceeded B.A. Converted by George Gage. Sent here for Philosophy; arrived Nov 4 1643, aged about 20. Oath June 29 1644. Defended Logic under Victor June 1645. Tons. and minors Nov 1646. Defended Philosophy under Victor June 1647. Subd. Jan 24; diac. Feb 24; priesthood March 12 1649. Defended theological conclusions under Pickford Jan 1650. Left March 4 to convert mother. Returned Nov 1650. Taught Philosophy, at first with Morgan, then (when he left for Belgium) alone: completed course Jan 1653. Held 6 public defences 1651- 3. Prefect of Studies Jan 1651; Vice-President June 27 1652. Feb 1653 began to lecture on Incarnation. On Whitaker's death became acting-President; continued to lecture until May 1654 when theologians were sent to Oratorians at Paris. Acted as Procurator as well until Sept 1654. Made President by letters patent of Bishop Smith Oct 6 1654; letters lost in shipwreck and Smith died, so declared President by Chapter June


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29 1655. Passion sermon in 1655 was first in Portuguese by one of our priests; also preached in Portuguese when giving College habit. Enriched chapel and improved library. Prevented Theatines from building a monastery nearby; improved College entrance with steps and cloister with tiles. Executor for Dominica Pinheria; obtained a legacy from Antonio de Andrade. Held several theological conclusions 1659-61. April 23 1660 made D.D. and in July tutor in English to Catherine Queen of England. Sept 10 made Archdeacon of London and Essex. April 23 1662 left for England with Queen. Made her preacher; he had dedicated theses on Trinity to her Oct 1661. Had ruled College to everyone's satisfaction for 8 and a half years from Whitaker's death. Note: Born Dec 25 1622 (Barnard, BA 4). For Richard Russell's prcrise of him see under Sergeant. Several Portuguese sermons, in his hand, were bound up by Perrott (BA 165). Theses for his baccalaureate and doctorate in Teaching April 23 1660. TILLINGHAM, Charles, al. JENNINGS [c.l653CAROLUS IENNYNS, alias TILLINGHAM, nobilis, Essexensis [Perrott's hand:] Huius pater fuit Edmundus Tillingham, mater vero Maria Iennyns, Catholica, et ipse Catholice enutritus Latinitatem primis labiis gustav it in patria. Unde huc missus a Clero appulit 3 Ianuarii an no 1667, annos superans quatuordecim. [E. Jones's hand:] Finitis studiis Procurator Collegii factus est die 12 Maii A.D. 1678 missionemque in Angliam suscepit 18 Iunii 1681 ubi mortuus est. 85; A3 , 226; G, 220. (Essex.) Son of Edmund Tillingham and Mary Jennings, a Catholic. Brought up a Catholic. Started Latin in England. Sent by Clergy; arrived Jan 3 1667, aged 14. After studies made Procurator May 12 1678. Missioner to England June 18 1681 [BA 215, 48], where he died. Note: Nephew of Charles and Jerome Jennings (BA 13, 3). Ordination date unknown. TIMMINGS or TIMING, John [1788[Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born Weston, Buckinghamshire Jan 2 1788, son of Samuel Timmings and Elizabeth Dodd; baptised by Grixon; admitted Aug 9 1802. G, 259. Note: Still in College April 1803 (BA 219). TOMMINS, George [1782[Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born London April 23 1782, son of George Tomrnins and Mary Fellows; baptised by R[obert] Tornmins [corrected from 'Rd ']; confirmed by Douglass; admitted Oct 9 1795; died in College. G,259. Note: Buried April 2 1797 (BA 78, which says he died on his birthday).


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TOOTELL, Christopher, al. BLACOE [ -1727] CHRISTOPHORUS BLACOE, alias CHRISTOPHORUS TOOTEL, Lancastriensis, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] Richardus Blacoe huc accessit 24 die Novembris anno 1675. Habitum Collegii sumpsit 30 die Decembris anno 1682, finitisque Philosophiae et Theologiae studiis, praestito missionariorum iuramento acceptisque facultatibus 19 Martii anno 1686 in Angliam rediit, ibidemque modo laborat anno 1710. Hisce cum summo zelo incubuit officiis, in continuis praedicationibus et piis scribendis libris usque ad 18 Novembris A.D. 1727, quando morbo correptus animam redidit Creatori suo. R.I.P. 106; A3, 228-30; G, 259- 60 (Lancashire.) Came Nov 24 1675. Oath Dec 30 1682. After Philosophy and Theology went mi'ssioner to England March 19 1686 [BA 215, 55] and is still working there 1710. Zealous in his duties and in preaching and writing pious books until his death Nov 18 1727. Note: 'Richard Blacoe, alias Christopher Tootel. .. [and others] came to ye Colledge ye 14/24 of 9ber 1675 ... all for ye next course of Philosophy, but if one bee found fitt & not ye other two, then they are to pay 320 1, if none be found fitt then they are to pay 330 1, & enter upon another course of humanity ... all of ym had fowre years & upward of humanity' (BA 13, 51). Subd. and diac. Feb 24-25 1685 (OF). His brief martyrology is in the Bamber Papers at Ushaw: I have published it in UM 1984-5, 46-63. TOWNSEND, Charles, al. SHEPPERD [arrived 1671] CAROLUS TOWNSEND, alias SHEPHEARD [All in E. Jones's hand:] Huc appulit 14 Iulii 1671; quando et quomodo discessit ignotum. 172; G, 260. Came July 14 1671. Note: 'Mr Charles Townsend, alias Shepheard came to ye Colledge ye 14th. of July 1671 & his debtor to ye Colledge for his Charges & passage out of England. Item for his admittance in to ye Colledge as Alumnus into ye 2d. yeare of divinitie' (BA 13, 28). Oath Jan 9 1672 (Oaths). TRAPLIN, John [arrived 1709] IOANNES TRAPLIN, Canariensis insulanus [All in E. Jones's hand:] Filius Ioannis Traplin et Caterinae Traplin. Ad Collegium accessit die 11 Iulii anno 1709, convictor, linguamque Anglicanam ediscit, in qua ut perficeretur post aliquot in Collegio peractos annos in Angliam discessit. 133; G, 260. (Canaries.) Son of John and Catherine. Came July 11 1709 as a convictor; learned English; went to England to perfect it. Note: Born in Teneriffe; left Aug 1711 (BA 13, 174).


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-1744] TURNER, Richard [ RICHARDUS TURNERUS, Salopiensis, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] Appulit 24 Iulii an no 1688. Humanioribus literis incubuit sub D. Francisco Petre, Philosophiae sub eodem et D. Eduardo Iones. Iuramentum Collegii praestitit die 12 Iulii anno 1693. Conclusiones in libros De Ortu, Interitu et De Anima defendit sub D. Eduardo Iones die 2 Maii anno 1695. Theologiam audivit sub DD. Thoma Hall, Doctore Sorbonico, et Hieronymo Pryme. Finitis studiis ordinibusque susceptis missionarius patriam petiit die 29 Aprilis anno 1698. In Concillio a Superioribus denominatus est ex duobus unus qui ex Anglia veniret ad humaniores literas edocendas die 6 Maii anno 1710. 126; A3, 235-6; G, 260. (Shropshire.) Came July 24 1688. Studied humanity under Petre, Philosophy under Petre and Jones. Oath July 12 1693. Defended theses under Jones May 1695. Studied Theology under Hall and Pryme. Ordained. Went missioner to England April 29 1698 [BA 215,77]. May 1710 was one of two thought suitable for Master of Humanity. Note: G gives April 24 1696 for priesthood, but Barnard (BA 4) has that for diac. with no entry for priesthood. BA 13, 32: sailed with Francis Dodd, May 3 1698. Died June 20 1744 (Corr July 31). *Turner, Richard see SHIMELL, Richard; Tweedle, Nicholas see METCALF, Nicholas UNDERHILL, James, al. BARKER [1650IACOBUS UNDERHILL, alias BARKER, Norfolciensis, honesto loco natus [All in Perrott's hand:] Hic fuit filius Iacobi Barker Catholici, et Ianae Newarke, Norfolciensium. Huc appulit 29 Septembris 1665. Sed nave ob pestem Londini grassantem impedita Collegium, obtenta venia, 240ctobris sequentis advenit, literis Latinis et Graecis mediocriter instructus, anno aetatis suae decimo quinto et novem insuper mensibus et sexdecim diebus expletis. 79; A3, 237; G, 260-1. (Norfolk.) Son of James Barker, a Catholic, and Jane Newarke, both of Norfolk. Arrived Sept 29 1665; ship quarantined because of plague in London; allowed to come to College Oct 24; aged 15 and 9 months, with some Latin and Greek. Note: A follows G's mistaken guess at his parents. Oath Sept 1 1670 (Oaths). Missionary oath Jan 26 1681 (BA 215, 45). Date of ordination unknown, but presented for major orders in an undated document (OF probably 1675). Lived at Portalegre as Bishop Russell's secretary from about May 1675 till he left for England. Half-brother of E. Barker (RRL, especially Oct 7 1676 and Jan 15 1681).


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VANCAM, John, al. BIGGS [1693-1756] 10ANNES VANCAM, Londinensis, honesto loco natus [E. Jones's hand:] Filius Joannis Vancam et Winifredae Biggs. Accessit ad Collegium 27 Octobris anna 1708, 15 aetatis et octo mensibus. Latinitatem aggressus sub D. Christoph oro Ienkinsono, a 10 autem lanuarii anna 1710 sub D. Ioanne Floydaeo. In patriam navigavit 19 lanuarii 1711, Romamque missus in Collegium Anglorum Divi Thomae Cantuariensis Philosophiae studiis incumbit A.D. 1714. [Manley's hand:] Completo studiorum curriculo et sacerdos factus in Angliam missionarius rediit, ubi etiamnum laborat in comitatu dicto Hampshire. 1729. 133; A4, 284; G, 261. (London.) Son of John Vancam and Winifred Biggs. Came Oct 27 1708, aged 15 and 8 months : Studied humanity under Jenkinson and Lloyd. Went home Jan 19 1711. Sent to English College, Rome and is studying Philosophy 1714. [Added by Manley:] Ordained. Went missioner to England and is working in Hampshire. Note: Born in Whitechapel parish, Feb 10 169213 (O.S.). 'Went afterwards to Room in company with Thomas Mackworth ... Where both of them behav'd very well & were ordain'd Priests. Ita testatur. Joannes Manley Praeses' (BA 13, 163). Entered English College, Rome March 23 1712; ordained April 11 1716; left for England April 21 1718 (CRS 40, 147). Died July 20 1756 (Corr Sept). VANE, John, al. HERBERT and JONES [ -1733] 10ANNES lONES, alias VANE, alias HER BERTE [All in E. Jones's hand:] Ioannes Iones Protestantium in erroribus educatus ad fidem Catholicam ductus est ab Ill. D. Boneventura Giffardo, Episcopo Madaurensi in Neugate incarcerato. Huc appulit die 15 Octobris anna 1688 Philosophiam ingressurus. Habitum Collegii sumps it 9 Novembris anna 1692. Acceptisque ordinibus electus est in Humaniorum Literarum Magistrum, quem cursum laudabiliter finiens, cum missionarii facultatibus in Angliam regressus est die 10 Aprilis anna 1699, ubi Procuratoris Collegii officio modo fungitur anna 1710. Conclusiones theologicas de Angelis, Homine, Gratia et Peccato Originali sub D. Rogero Brockholes cum laude defendit mense Iulii anna 1694. Conclusiones de 8 libris Physicorum defendit die anna 1692 [sic] sub D. Hieronymo Pryme, et philosophicas universales Catherinae Reginae Angliae sacras anna 1693 sub eodem Magistro propugnavit. In officio Procuratoris aliisque apostolici missionarii muneribus per 35 circiter annos laboravit usque ad 22 Octobris A.D. 1733 quando, antiqua infirrnitate repetita, post 8 dies aegritudinis, hora nona matutina pie obdormivit in Domino die et aera ut supra stylo veteri. R.I.P. Testamentum fecit in quo Collegium fecit heredem ad alumnos sustentandos, ut inveniri potest in codice reddituum Collegii. 117; A3, 237- 8; G, 261-2. Brought up a Protestant; led to the faith by Bishop Giffard in Newgate prison. Arrived Oct 15 1688 for Philosophy. Oath Nov 9 1692. Ordained.


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Made Master of Humanity; taught well. Went missioner to England April 10th 1699 [should be April 13: BA 215, 80], where he is our Agent 1710. Defended theological conclusions under Brockholes July 1694; under Pryme defended physical theses in 1692 and philosophical, dedicated to Queen Catherine, 1693. Worked as missionary and Agent for about 35 years; died Oct 22 1733 (O.S.); made College his heir. Note: May 10- 12 1693 subd., diac. and priesthood (OF). Became Agent May 11 1708 (AA). 20 of his letters to E. Jones in Corr (1709- 33). Some of his accounts in AA: a full version in copies in BA 56. Died of a 'pleuritick fever' (Corr Oct 29): copy of will in Wills April 1724. *Vaughan, John see PRICE, Humphrey; Venables, John see GaTHER, John

VERGER, Claude de [arrived 1680] CLAUDIUS DE VERGER, Gallus, convictor [All in E. Jones's hand:] Accessit ad Collegium 18 Octobris 1680 ad Latinitatem. Discessit in Galliam 18 Iulii 1685. 172; not in G. (France.) Came Oct 18 1680 for Latin. Left for France July 18 1685. VICTOR, Francis, al. BISHOP and WILLIAMS [1612-1683] FRANCISCUS BISHOPPUS, alias VICTOR, Cornubiensis, nobilis [Pickford's hand:] Hie patre Eduardo Victore natus, primas liter as gustavit in Anglia, quas mox Duacum transiens illie perfecit usque ad finem Rhetorices, cum huc destinatus est unus ex secunda missione; et pedestri itinere advenit 4 Iulii 1633. Ubi mox cursum Philosophiae audivit, et bis publicas theses sub D. Daniele defendit, semel ex universa Logica die 11 Iunii 1634, et iterum ex libris De Anima 7 Martii 1636. Habitum vero et iuramentum Collegii accepit 29 Iunii 1635 in festo Sanctorum Apostolorum Petri et Pauli. [In margin: prim am tonsuram et minores 21 Decembris 1635; subdiaconatum anna 1636 Martii 26; diaconatum 6 Aprilis ab Ill. Protectore.] At cum necessitas Collegii urgeret, in tertia Philosophiae anna sacris ordinibus et sacerdotio initiatus est ab Ill. Protectore 20 Aprilis 1636. Deinde eodem anna ad Theologiam ascendit, vir moribus, virtute et literis prae caeteris insignis, quique in omnibus Collegii tumultibus mira modestia et aequalitate se gessit; ac proinde sive rei familiaris gubernationi sive scholarum magisterio valde idoneus. Tractatum de sanctissima Eucharistia egregie sub D. Daniele defendit 12 Februarii 1640. Tandem sub fine quarti anni theologici, habito prius examine in tot a Theologia etc., in quo optime satisfecit expectationi, habita item concione missionali, praestito iuramento de obedientia canonica etc., plenis acceptis facultatibus, in patriam missionarius navigio abiit 15 Aprilis 1640. A Praeside deinde D. Daniele evocatus ad Philosophiam praelegendam navigio appulit 4 Aprilis 1644, quam inchoavit 16 Septembris 1644. Postea


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factus est Confessarius et Magister Vespertinus Theologiae 17 Septembris 1647. [H. Waring's hand:] Tandem aegritudine correptus, coactus est abire in patriam 28 Februarii anno 1649. 7; A2, 329; G, 262. (Cornwall.) Son of Edward Victor; studied first in England and then to end of Rhetoric at Douai . [Entered Douai Nov 18 1630; set out for Lisbon May 9 1633 (CRS 10: 288, 313) .] Chosen for 2nd mission, arrived on foot July 4 1633. Studied Philosophy: June 1634 and March 1636 defended theses under Pickford. Oath June 29 1635. Tons. and minors Dec 21 1635; subd. March 26; diac. April 6; priesthood in 3rd Philosophy April 20 1636. Outstanding for conduct, virtue and ability, he stayed modest and calm amidst all the upsets in College: would make a good ruler of a house or a teacher. Gave a splendid defence of treatise on Eucharist under Pickford in Feb 1640. Went home a missioner April 15 1640. Invited by Pickford to teach Philosophy, arrived by sea April 4 1644; began teaching Sept 16. Made Confessor and Lecturer in Theology Sept 17 1647, but fell ill and was forced to return home Feb 28 1649. Note: Missionary oath April 14 1640 (BA 215, 2). WAGNER, Frederick [1727FREDERICUS WAGENER, Londinensis, honesto loco natus [All in Preston's hand:] Filius Frederici Wagener, musici, et Mariae Putchin, annos decem natus, quos 28 Octobris proxime elapsi adimplevit, Collegium ingressus est die 20 Iulii anno Salutis 1738 et admissus est ad Latinitatem. 245; G, 262. (London.) Born Oct 28 1727, son of Frederick Wagner, a musician, and Mary Putchin. Came July 20 1738 for Latin. Note: Brother of Thomas; father was German (BA 217, April 20 1742). Left Dec 12 1746 (Barnard, BA 4). WAGNER, Thomas [dismissed 1749] [Columnar entry, BA 4:] Oath Dec 6 1747; left April 27 1749. G, 262. Note: Brother of Frederick. Arrived with Bernard Nov 30 1742 (BA 217: Jan 111743 and Oct 121742). '1749. On the 27 of April Thomas Wagner, Alumnus of this House, being judged by the Council unfit for our state of Life upon information of his being guilty of very considerable faults was dismissed from the House, sine strepitu' (BA 131, 46). WAGSTAFFE, James [1761-1847] [Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born Manchester July 10 1761, son of Charles Wagstaffe and Sarah Denton; baptised July 18 1762 by Edward Holmes; admitted Dec 24 1781; oath May 20 1784; subd. June 2 1787; diac. March 8 1788; priesthood Dec 20, 1st Mass Dec 25 1788; missioner to England Oct 1790. A4, 287; G, 262-3.


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Note: Arrived at Douai College Sept 3 1776; left July 3 1780 (CRS 63: 274, 375). Made Prefect General 1789 while still a student (BA 112, 8). Missionary oath Oct 4 1790 (BA 215, 126). 16 of his letters (1819- 36) in Corr. Died May 1847 (CD 1848, 168). WAKE, William [1737[Columnar entry, BA 4:] Admitted April 17 1751. G, 263. Note: Mother a widow; 13th birthday Sept 4 1750 (Corr Oct 15). Left in ill-health June 1754 (BA 131, 53 and Corr July 1). Back in England before Oct 17 54 (Corr Oct 8). WALDEGRA VE, Charles (1), al. PARKER [1627CAROLUS PARKERUS, alias WALGRAVE, Nortfo1ciensis, nobilis et convict or [Pickford's hand:] Huius pater fuit Henricus Walgrave armiger, Catholicus. Litteras humaniores in Anglia incepit. Ex Anglia huc missus est a Clero, authore avunculo eius D. Wolstono Pastono, cum esset annorum 15 circa hunc mensem Iunii, unus ex prima missione ad Latinitatem perficiendam. Appulit autem cum D. Daniele Praeside 9 Iunii 1642. Post annum habuit primum praemium in ascensione ex Syntaxi ad Poesim 14 Augusti 1643, ex Poesi vero ad Logicam secundum 18 Augusti 1644. Theses physicas Legato Regis Angliae dicatas publice defendit sub Magistro D. Victore 14 Iunii 1646. [H. Waring's hand:] Item theses theologicas summa cum laude sub Magistro D. Onuphrio Ellicaeo Praeside die 23 Martii 1649. Tandem discessit in Angliam die 2 Maii A.D. 1650. 28; A2, 331; G, 263. (Norfolk.) Son of Henry Waldegrave, a Catholic. Studied humanity in England. Sent by Clergy at instigation of his uncle, Wulstan Paston, in 1st mission to perfect Latin; aged about 15. Arrived with Pickford June 9 1642. 1st prize at end of Syntax Aug 1643; 2nd prize at end of Poetry Aug 1644. Under Victor defended theses on Physics dedicated to English Ambassador June 1646 and theological theses under Waring March 1649. Left for England May 2 1650. Note: Brother of Henry. No evidence that he was ordained. WALDEGRA VE, Charles (2) [arrived 1684] CAROLUS WALDEGRAVE, Nortfo1ciensis, nobilis [All in E. Jones's hand:] Missus est ad Collegium ab Ill. et R. D. D. Richardo Russello Episcopo Portalegrensi avunculo suo ad Latinitatem, sed studiorum pertaesus paucis post receptionem annis in patriam rediit. 174; G, 263. (Norfolk.) Sent by his uncle, Bishop Russell, for Latin. After a few years tired of studies and returned to England. Note: 'Charles Waldegrave came to ye Colledg 8. 7ber 684.' (BA 13,20).


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WALDEGRAVE, Henry, al. PARKER [c.l629HENRICUS PARKERUS, alias WALGRAVE, Nortfolciensis, nobilis et convictor [Pickford's hand:] Huius pater fuit Henricus Walgrave Catholicus. Latinitatem incepit in Anglia, unde huc missus est a Clero unus ex secunda missione ad Latinitatem. Appulit 15 Augusti annorum circiter 18. [Tilden's hand:] Hic sex annos et amplius in Collegio transegit, literis et virtutibus animum excolens. Cursum Philosophiae absolvit sub D. Godeno Lectore studio que Theologiae operam dedit per annum et dimidium, quando missis in Galliam caeteris theologis ob angustiam rei farniliaris, ipse valetudinarius in Angliam discessit 29 Maii 1654. 38; G, 263. (Norfolk.) [Brother of Charles (1)]. Son of Henry Waldegrave, a Catholic. Began Latin in England. Sent by Clergy in 2nd Latin mission. Arrived Aug 15 1647, aged about 18. Spent over 6 and a half years in College. Completed Philosophy under Tilden; studied Theology for a year and a half. When the other theologians were sent to France because of College's poverty, he went to England for reasons of health May 29 1654. Note: Brother of Charles (1). Pension charges listed BA 12, 67. WALDEGRAVE, Nicholas [

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NICOLAUS WALDEGRAVE, Norfolciensis, nobilis [All in E. Jones's hand:] Accessit ad Collegium die 1 Maii 1683, estque parentum Catholicorum, pro cuius convictu Ill. Episcopus Portalegrensis avunculus stipendium persolvit. Humanioribus literis incubuit sub D. Rogero Brockholes. Ex universali Philosophia conclusiones defendit sub eodem Magistro die 1 Iulii anno 1689. Habitum Collegii sumpsit 17 Aprilis 1688, iuramentumque praestitit, cuius tamen, fiagitante avunculo Episcopo Portalegrensi, dispensationem a Summo Pontifice est adeptus. Omnibus ordinibus ab eodem Ill. avunculo suo, Viseensi tunc Episcopo, initiatus est, ab eo que missus est ad Universitatem Conimbricensem ut Iuri Canonico incumberet. Moriente aut em avunculo eumque bonorum suorum haeredem relinquente, a studiis discessit factusque est Collegii Procurator 3 Octobris anno 1697. 116; A3, 242; G, 263. (Norfolk.) Came May 1 1683; of Catholic parents; paid for by his uncle, Bishop Russell. Studied humanity under Brockholes and defended Philosophy under him July 1689. Oath April 17 1688, but Russell obtained a papal dispensation for him. Ordained by Russell and sent to Coimbra to study Canon Law. Russell's heir; gave up studies on Russell's death; became Procurator Oct 3 1697. Note: W. Mawdesley succeeded him as Procurator Jan 1 1711 (BA 122). In BA 14 Waldegrave lists College's funds, with details of bursaries. OC 144 is a substantial dossier connected with his affairs, including litigation with College. Died Dec 13 1734 (CRS 12, 5).


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WALDE GRAVE , Richard [arrived 1680] RICHARDUS WALDGRAVE, Nortfolciensis, nobilis [All in E. Jones's hand: ] Missus a R. D. Episcopo Portalegrensi avunculo, Collegium ingress us est 30 Maii anno 1680. Sed studio rum pertaesus, praelibata Logica, in Angliam rediit. 174; G, 263. (Norfolk.) Came, sent by uncle, Bishop Russell, May 30 1680. Tired of studies, went back to England at beginning of Logic. Note: 'Richard Waldegrave came ye 30 of May 1680 and is still in ye Colledge and supposed to proceed for yt end' (RRL, late 1685). WALKER, Samuel [1714SAMUEL WALKER, Londinensis, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] Filius fuit Samuelis Walker et Tryphinae Walker Catholicorum. Postquam per duos circiter annos Gramatices regulis in Collegio Duaceno incubuerat, et ex eodem fuga elapsus patriam petierat, cum esset aetatis 19 annorum quam 24 Martii anni subsequentis erat adimpleturus a Procuratore huius Collegii Patre Ioanne Herbert Ulissiponem missus est. Appulit die 21 mens is Octobris A.D. 1732, eodemque die Collegium ingressus est ad Latinitatem. Sed cum esset iuvenis inconstantis indolis, studiorum pertaesus in patriam rediit, navem ascendens die 19 Septembris A.D. 1733.223; not in G. (London.) Born March 24 1714, son of Samuel and Tryphina, Catholics . After about 2 years of Grammar at Douai College ran away and went home. Came, sent here by our Agent, Vane, Oct 21 1732 for Latin. Unreliable; tired of studies; went home Sept 19 1733. WALTER, William [1786[Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born Midhurst, Sussex, July 2 1786, son of Samuel Walter and Mary Philip; baptised by Halsey; admitted May 25 1800. G, 264-5 (with later career and publications). Note: Still there April 1803 (BA 219).

*Walters, James see BLOUNT, James; Walton, Joseph see BLACOE, Joseph WALTON, William [1778-1857] [Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born Manchester, Jan 6 1778, son of William Walton and Anne Kaye; admitted June 20 1791; paid for by his father; left. G, 265 (with details of his later career as a writer). Note: Left Nov 27 1795 (BA 219, Sept 1796). Wrote to Winstanley Dec 12 1828 promising to send copies of his works (Corr). WAPSHOTT, Benjamin [1778[Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born London Jan 20 1778, son of John and Rebecca; admitted July 14 1791; left. G, 265. Note: Back in England by Oct 10 1793 (Corr) .


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*Warburton, Charles see STARKEY, Henry; Ward, Philip see PARRY, Philip

WARDELL, George [arrived c.1769] Note: Name only in BA 4. Brother of John. Admitted about 1769 (AA). G,265.

WARDELL, John [1752Note: No entry for him, apart from name in BA 4. Brother of George. Arrived Aug 20 1766 (BA 219), aged 14; baptised by J. Sheppard (AA July 15 1766). Later was apprenticed to a surgeon in England (Corr March 1775). G, 265 .

WAREING, Anthony [1780-1854] [Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born Goosnargh, Lancashire July 19 1780, son of William Wareing and Helen Lund; baptised by Wilcock; confirmed by William Gibson; admitted July 17 1795. G, 265- 6. Note: Brother of Thomas. Missionary oath May 25 1807 (BA 215, 140). After 4 years at St Patrick's, Soho spent rest of his life at Isleworth (Corr Dec 12 1844). Died Feb 28 1854 (CD 1855, 209).

WAREING, James [1787-1852] [Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born London July 25 1787, son of David Wareing and Mary Winter; baptised by Julian; admitted May 1 1801. G, 266. Note: His brother, William, became a bishop. July 17 1808 left College on account of French usurpation (BA 215, 145). G says he studied at Oscott and Old Hall; ordained Dec 14 1812. Returned to College to teach humanity, but was disaffected. Ceased saying Mass after 18 months, attending only on feast days; after another year was persuaded to start saying Mass again. Then Baroness von Leibzeltern obtained permission from Bishop Poynter for him to spend 3 years at her house as a tutor; left College Aug 1817. Was later dispensed from his oath. Lived privately as a language tutor in Lisbon (BA 112, 51-4).

WAREING, Thomas [1774[Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born Goosnargh, Lancashire Sept 18 1774, son of William Wareing and Helen Lund; baptised by Fleet; admitted May 20 1789; confirmed 1789. G, 266. Note: Brother of Anthony . Still there Dec 1796 (BA 124).

WARHAM, John [c.1685IOANNES WARHAM, Dunelmensis, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] Huius pater fuit Philippus Warham, mater Elizabetha Heaviside. Huc appulit 10 Martii 1704 aetatis circiter 19 ad


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Latinitatem. E Collegio dimissus est 28 Iunii 1706 inque patriam rediit. 176; not in G. (Durham.) Son of Philip Warham and Elizabeth Heaviside. Came March 10 1704 for Latin, aged about 19. Dismissed June 28 1706; went home. *Warham, John see SMITH, John; Warham, Robert see SMITH, Robert WARING, Humphrey, al. Stephen ELLIS [c.1605- 1676] ONUPHRIUS ELLISEUS, alias STEPHANUS WARINGUS, Varvecensis, nobilis [Pickford's hand:] Hic Duaci in Collegio liter as humaniores, Philosophiam (quam publice defendit) et annum Theologiae accepit; mox unus primae missionis huc venit die 22 Novembris 1628; ubi finitis studiis per duos circiter annos detentus est per modum cursantis; tum vero sacerdos factus est ab Ill. Protectore 24 Augusti an no 1635. Postea electus est ut tertiae missioni advent anti cursum Philosophiae praelegeret; quod incipiens Kalendis Aprilis an no 1636 duobus annis cum dimidio perfecit, pUblicis defensionibus ter habitis. Deinde ad Theologiam docendam assumptus est, quam inchoavit anno 1638 incipiens a tractatu de Angelis. Post quatuor annos Theologiae assumptus est in Vice-Praesidem Collegii sub D. Daniele Praeside 25 Iunii 1642. Officium interpretis in visitatione navium pro Sancta Inquisitione accepit ineunte mense Martio 1641. Postea D. Danieli successit in munere Praesidis, quod assumpsit 8 Augusti 1648 cum pridie iuramentum praestitisset. [Tilden's hand:] Quo officio summa cum animi moderatione et paterna in omnes benevolentia triennio perfunctus, vacationem quam ab Episcopo Chalcedonensi petierat obtinens, munus tradidit successori R. D. Francisco Claytono: cum quo anno sequente nempe 23 Iunii 1652 ob singular em doctrinam et egregia merita doctoratus insignibus decoratus est, pauloque post in Angliam discessit, ubi in Decanum Capituli sede vacante electus est anno 1658. 1; A2, 337-8; G, 267. (Warwickshire.) At Douai College studied humanity, Philosophy, which he defended publicly [Aug 1627 (CRS 10, 254)], and one year of Theology. Arrived in 1st mission Nov 22 1628. At end of studies kept here for 2 years as cursans [a graduate preparing or helping to teach]. Ordained Aug 24 1635. Taught Philosophy for 2 and a half years to 3rd mission from April 1636, holding 3 defences. Began to teach Theology 1638; became Vice-President to Pickford June 25 1642. March 1641 made interpreter for Inquisition in inspection of foreign ships. Succeeded Pickford as President Aug 8 1648. Exercised this office for 3 years with fatherly kindness for all, when Bishop of Chalcedon allowed him to pass on task to Whitaker, with whom he received doctorate next year June 23 1652. Soon afterwards left for England; elected Dean of Chapter in 1658. Note: Brother of William; entered Douai with him July 20 1622 (CRS 10, 192). Oaths: Theology Lecturer Jan 21 1638; Prefect of Studies Jan 26


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1641 (BA 121). Doctoral theses in Teaching. Died Aug 9 1676 (CRS 3, 103). WARING, William, al. Edward ELLIS [1604-1652] GUILIELMUS ELLISEUS, alias EDUARDUS WARINGUS, Varvecensis, nobilis [All in Pickford's hand:] Hic Duaci in Collegio literas humaniores, Philosophiam, et annum Theologiae accepit; mox in prima missione numeratus huc venit 22 die Novembris 1628; ubi post aliquot annos nempe 1633 die 17 Iulii sacerdotio initiatus est ab Ill. Protectore; et finitis eodem anno studiis missionarius in Angliam abiit 8 die Septembris; vir Procuratoris muneri aptissimus. In Anglia autem magnam in cognata familia animarum messem fecit, ubi etiamnum laborat 1639. 1; A2, 338; G,267. (Warwickshire.) Studied humanity, Philosophy and one year's Theology at Douai College [which he entered July 20 1622 (CRS 10, 192)]. Arrived in 1st mission Nov 22 1628. Ordained July 17 1633; went missioner to England Sept 8 1633. Would make a good procurator. Reaped a great harvest among his relatives in England, where he is still working now, 1639. Note: From diocese of Coventry; his father was Charles, his mother Lutetia (Lettice or Laetitia) Hugford and his brother was Humphrey. He received all orders in successive weeks from Protector, Francisco a Castro (OF).

*Warren, John see SKINNER, John (1) WATKINSON, John [left 1650] Note: No entry: perhaps he was only a paying guest: may be father of Mathias. May 28 1650 left for Brasil owing 34 milres for his board (BA 12, 90). Not in G. WATKINSON, Mathias [1634-1710] MATTHIAS WATTKINSONUS, Londinensis, honesto loco natus [Pickford's hand:] Huius pater fuit Ioannes Wattkinsonus Catholicus et multa eo nomine passus. Appulit 24 Novembris ad patrem hie negotiantem et in Collegium admissus est 7 Decembris 1647, unus ex secunda missione ad Latinitatem, cum esset annorum 13 et sex mensium. [Tilden's hand:] Iuramentum Collegii praestitit Septembris 13 1653. Conclusiones logicas cum laude pub lice defendit sub D. Ioanne Barnsleo 19 Iunii 1656. Or dines minores suscepit ab Episcopo Targensi in capella eiusdem privata 10 Martii feria 6 quatuor temporum Quadragesimae 1656. Conclusiones ex universa Philosophia defendit publice cum laude die 29 Martii 1658. Sacrum ordinem subdiaconatus suscepit ab Episcopo Targensi 10 Iunii 1658, diaconatus undecimo eiusdem mensis et anni, et demum presbyteratus 7


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Decembris 1658 ab eodem fipiscopo in suo oratorio. Conclusiones theologicas de Sci entia et Voluntate Dei necnon et de Praedestinatione cum laude defendit sub D. Thoma Godeno 3 lunii 1660. Factus est Collegii Procurator 11 Augusti 1661. Theses theologicas de sanctissimae Trinitatis mysterio Serenissimae Reginae Catharinae obsequii et gratulationis ergo Collegii nomine dicatas magna cum laude defendit sub D. Godeno 16 Octobris 1661. [po 89, E. Jones's hand:] Primo Septembris 1664 Philosophiae suggestum ascendit cursumque faeliciter consummavit, plures conclusiones summa cum laude publice moderatus. Vigessimo Decembris eiusdem anni Confessarii munus suscepit. Factus denique Theologiae Lector in publicarum thesium moderamine multoties cum laude apparuit; cum plures eiusdem scientiae cursus docuerit, sed in hoc studio exantlatorum laborum, ob gravem hunc librum custodientis incuriam, particularis notitia ad nos non pervenit. Vigessimo Decembris 1668 Vice-Praeses Collegii designatus est. Et denique anna 1672 nona Maii per patentes a R. Angliae Capitulo, sede vacante, missas factus est huius Collegii Praeses, succedens D. Doctori loanni Barnsleyo. Quo officio paterna in omnes benevolentia perfunctus est usque dum per specialem ordinem Londini datum ab Ill. et RR. Episcopis Doctore Boneventura Giffardo Madaurensi, Doctore Richardo [should be: Jacobo] Smitheo Calli politano et Doctore Georgio Witham Episcopo Marcopolitano, Vicariis Apostolicis in Anglia agentibus, huius officii onus in manus D. Eduardi lanes anna 1706 deposuit, et deinceps privatam in Collegio vitam egit usque ad 29 Martii an no 1709, quando paralysi correptus vitae periculo laboravit. Sed medicinarum et balnearum, vulgo dictarum Chaldas applicatione, aliquatenus relevatus (sed non in sanum restitutus), aegram vitam protraxit usque ad 29 Martii anna 1710, quando antiqua aegritudine iterum affectus et sacramentis absolutionis et extremae unctionis (cum ob delirantis cerebri indispositionem linguaeque impedimenta sanctissimae Eucharistiae viatici incapax esset redditus) munitus, 30 eiusdem mensis plenus dierum et in senectute bona circa annum septuagesimum septimum aetatis suae obdormivit in Domino sepultusque est ad pedes altaris Christi crucifixi. Moriens libros quos habuit non paucos Collegio reliquit, sex candelabra argentea et supellectilem cubiculi sui. Publicas conclusiones habuit, videlicet logicas, Perillustri D. Annae Radcliff dicatas, defendentibus Petro Goodeno et Daniele Fishero 30 lulii an no 1665; theologicas de Fide, Spe et Charitate, defendente Daniele Fishero anna 1668; conclusiones physicas Sancto Thomae Aquinati dicatas habuit 26 Maii anna 1666, defendentibus Eduardo Parraeo et Gulielmo Raynaldo; conclusiones ex universa Philosophia, D. Richardo Russello Episcopo Portalegrensi electo dicatas, 31 Martii 1667.40 & 89; A2, 342; G,267-8. (London.) Son of John Watkinson, who suffered much for the faith. Came to his father, who was on business here, Nov. 24; admitted Dec 7


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1647, one of 2nd Latin mission, aged 13 and a half. Oath Sept 13 1653. Defended Logic under Perrott June 1656. Minors March 10 1656. Defended Philosophy March 1658. Subd. June 10; diac. June 11; priesthood Dec 7 1658. Defended theses (God's Knowledge and Will) under Tilden June 1660. Procurator August 11 1661. Defended theses, dedicated to Queen Catherine, on Trinity under Tilden Oct 16 1661. Philosophy Lecturer Sept 1 1664: held many public disputations. Confessor December 20 1664. Theology Lecturer: no record kept of his disputations and courses. VicePresident Dec 20 1668. President May 9 1672. As President was kindly to all. On orders of Vicars Apostolic resigned Presidency to Edward Jones in 1706; thereafter lived privately in College. Suffered a stroke March 29 1709; after partial recovery died March 30 1710. Buried at altar of Christ crucified. Left College many books, 6 silver candlesticks and his furniture. Held conclusions in Logic, dedicated to Lady Anne Radcliffe (Gooden and Daniel Fisher defending) July 1665; on Faith, Hope and Charity (Daniel Fisher defending) 1668; on Physics, (Edward Parry and William Reynolds defending) March 1666; on Philosophy, dedicated to Bishop Russell, March 1667. Note: Permission to defend a Physics thesis on chance, fortune and fate (EL 1664). Faculties to preach and hear confessions in Lisbon diocese (EL March 13 1670 and 1672-1704). RRL has about 140 letters (1667-83) to him from Bishop Russell. Will in Wills Aug 1709.

WEBSTER, Thomas [1757-1828] [Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born London Oct 13 1757, son of Thomas Webster and Dorothy Bell; baptised Oct 23 1757 by Edward Cox; admitted Oct 13 1771; confirmed Dec 19 1772; entered Philosophy Sept 16 1774; oath April 7 1777; minors May 24 1777; subd. April 3 1779; diac. Dec 21 1779; priesthood April 5, 1st Mass April 20 1783; solemn sermons March 1780 and Dec 1780. A4, 293; G, 268. Note: Taught humanity (BA 112, 41). Claimed to be ill: taught badly for several years (BA 112, 8). Was reluctant to leave Lisbon, even when no longer wanted by College (BA 219, March 1792). Missionary oath Jan 31 1792 (BA 215, 128). Died July 7 1828 (CRS 12, 179). WHALE, Peter, al. Robinson [1623PETRUS ROBINSONUS, alias WHALE, Nortfolciensis, honesto loco natus [All in Pickford's hand:] Huius pater fuit Thomas Whale, Catholicus. Litteras humaniores usque ad Grammaticam finitam Duaci in Collegio accepit. Ex Anglia a Clero huc missus est annorum 19 circa initium Novembris sequentis, unus ex prima missione ad Latinitatem perficiendam. Appulit autem cum D. Daniele Praeside 9 Iunii 1642. Iuramentum cum habitu Collegii sumpsit 29 Iunii 1644. At vero cum studiis prorsus esset ineptus ac proinde ad suos remittendus, ad ordinem et habitum Sanctae Brigidae transiit Septembris 6 anno 1646. 28; G, 269.


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(Norfolk.) Son of Thomas Whale, a Catholic. Studied to end of Grammar at Douai College [arrived there Jan 22 1637, CRS 10, 315]. Sent by Clergy in 1st mission to perfect Latin; arrived with Pickford June 9 1642, aged 18. Oath June 29 1644. Quite unsuited to studies; was about to be sent home, so went to Bridgettines Sept 6 1646.

WHALY, Edward [arrived 1693] Note: No entry for him. Came May 20 1693; left Dec 23 1698 (BA 13, 32). Not in G.

WHARTON, John [1772[Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born Little Crosby, Lancashire May 26 1772, son of Henry Wharton and Anne Mellonax; admitted Oct 10 1787, sent by Simon Bordley. G, 269. Note: Wrote home for joiner's tools soon after arrival (Corr Jan 17 1788). Left June 23 1790 (BA 46, 64); said he had come only because of parental pressure (BA 219, June 1790).

WHARTON, Michael [ 1733- 1809] [Columnar entry, BA 4:] Admitted Nov 7 1751; oath March 13 1756; minors Dec 22 1759; subd. March 22, diac. May 31, priesthood Dec 20 1760; 1st Mass Jan 6 1761; missionary oath July 18 1761 [BA 215, 121]. A4, 295; G, 269. Note: Died Dec 10 1809 (CRS 12, 107).

WHETNALL, George, al. CIRCUIT [c.1702GEORGIUS WHETNALL, alias CIRCUIT, Cantiensis, nobilis [All in E. Jones's hand:] Georgius Whetnall, filius Henrici Whetnall et Sarah Titchborn Catholicorum, circiter undecem annorum aetatis ad Collegium accessit die 17 Iunii anno 1713 ad Latinitatem inchoandam. Die 19 Ianuarii A.D. 1721 ob culpas e Collegio demissus in patriam rediit. 147; not in G. (Kent.) Son of Henry Whetnall and Sarah Tichborne, Catholics. Came June 17 1713, aged about 11, for humanity. Dismissed; went home Jan 19 1721. Note: 'The 18th of January a Councel call'd proposed about George Whetnall alias Circuite upon his being proved guilty of stealing, and going over the College walls and that several times in unseanable [unseasonable (?)] hours in the night and of an ill consequence from thence proceeding ?whether 'tis convenient he should be permitted to remain any longer in the College? Voted in the negative nemine contradicente to be sent away with all expedition and privacy his whole crime, as far as we hitherto find out, not being known in the famaly' (BA 131, 9). His brother Thomas


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was at the English College, Rome Oct 1709- Sept 1711, when he was expelled (CRS 40, 142). WHITAKER, George, al. John FRANKLAND and John MOSES [1701-1752] IOANNES MOISES FRANKLAND, alias GEORGIUS FRANKLAND [All in E. Jones's hand:] Filius fuit Iozue Whittaker et Annae Emette, Protestantium. Hie ad gremium Ecclesiae Catholicae reductus a R. Admodum D. D. Doctore Edoardo Howardin [Hawarden], missionarium in Anglia agente, huc appulit Collegiumque ingressus est 22 die Ianuarii A.D. 1723, aetatis suae vigessimo primo, quem adimpleverat 29 Septembris an no 1722 stylo veteri, ad Philosophiam. Cuius studium aggressus est die 7 Aprilis eiusdem anni, praelegentibus D. Edoardo Iones Logicam et D. Guilhermo Moseley Vice-Praeside libros Physicorum. Die 28 Octobris A.D. 1723 iuramentum Collegii praestitit habitumque assumpsit. Item die 17 Decembris eiusdem anni primam tonsuram cum quatuor minoribus ordinibus ab Ill. D. D. Ioanne Archiepiscopo Lacedimoniae in privato suo sacello celebrante suscepit; 16 Martii 1726 subdiaconatum, 19 eiusdem mensis diaconatum, et tandem 15 Iunii eiusdem anni ad sacrum praesbyteratus ordinem ab eodem Ill. D. promotus est. Duobus circiter annis in studio theologico feliciter processit, praelegentibus D. Georgio Slaughter et D. Guilhermo Mosely Vice-Praeside; sed pectoris debilitatem passus et identidem sanguinem minutatim ex ore expuens, et ulteriori studio inidoneus a medico iudicatus, navem Anglicam ascendit et cum facultatibus missionarii in patriam navigavit die 7 Septembris annoque salutis 1727. 198; A4, 297; G, 198-9. Born Sept 29 1701 (O.S.), son of Joshua Whitaker and Anne Emmett, Protestants; converted by Dr Edward Hawarden, missioner in England. Came Jan 22 1723 for Philosophy, which he began April 7 under E. Jones and W. Mawdesley. Oath Oct 28 [Sept 28 on written oath, possibly a slip]; tons. and minors Dec 17 1723. Subd. and diac. March 16- 19 1726; priesthood June 15 1726. Studied Theology about 2 years under Slaughter and W. Mawdesley, but had a weak chest so went missioner to England Sept 7 1727. Note: Missionary oath Sept 6 1727 (BA 215,98). Died Aug 1 1752 (CRS 12, 8). WHITAKER, Humphrey, al. Francis CLAYTON and STARKEY [1613-1653] FRANCISCUS CLAYTONUS, alias ONUPHRIUS WHITAKERUS, Lancastrensis, honesto loco natus [Clarence's hand:] Hic Audomari in Collegio Anglorum humanioribus litteris ad triennium, Romae ad septennium Philosophiae et Theologiae operam dedit. Post completum cursum Placentiae in Italia substitit per duos annos integros Collegii Anglorum Romae Agens. Inde anno 1640


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discedens in Angliam, subito ac appulit huc destinatus est a Clero. Die 7 Decembris ad Collegium accessit una cum parte quartae missionis. Die 7 lanuarii anni 1641 Theologiae tractatum de Fide horis pomeridianis praelegere incepit. [Pickford's hand:] Postea sub D. Daniele Praeside factus est Praefectus Studiorum 25 lunii 1642 et simullocum Confessarii supplens. Tandem anna 1647 praetensa valetudine et obtenta Ill. Protectoris licentia subito in Franciam abiit cum D. Roberto Meynel vetere amico Augusti 11 dicti anni. [Tilden's hand:] Sed in Angliam appellens post aliquot tempus Duacum evocatus factus est ibidem Lector Sacrae Theologiae et Confessarius. lode vero post duos annos discedens in Angliam valetudinis ergo, declaratus est ab Episcopo Chalcedonensi Canonicus et Secretarius Capituli. Caeterum haud diu post in Hollandiam transfretans, inde cum D. loanne Robinsono Ulyssiponem rediit circa mensem Maii an no 1650, iterumque munera Confessarii et Praefecti Studiorum ibidem complevit. Mense [po 22] demum Octobris anni 1651 per patentes ab Ill. et R. Chalcedonensi missas designatus est huius Collegii Praeses septimus. Quod quidem onus invitus suscepit, susceptum vero gessit invictus magnis ob rei familiaris penuriam eluctans incommodis usque ad 19 Septembris anni 1653; quo anti qua aegritudine per quindecim dies magna animi fortitudine et resignatione colluctatus, suppressa per duodecim dies urina, ecclesiasticis munitus sacramentis piissime obiit, circa annum aetatis suae quadragesimum, Deo sibique mature, immature suis. Sepultus est in Ecclesia extra septum Capellae Maioris a sinistris (id est, iuxta altare Nativitatis) tumuli D. Nummani, multis (etiam a populo) prosecutus lacrymis ob insignem in excipiendis confessionibus ipsis exhibitam charitatem. Hic ob praeclarissima literarum et virtutis merit a doctoratus insignibus una cum R. D. Onuphrio Elliceo cohonestatus est die 23 lunii 1652. Deinde mense lanuarii anni 1653 incepit praelegere tractatum de Deo Uno, de Attributis et Visione; et in die festo Sanctorum Apostolorum Petri et Pauli eiusdem anni eundem pub lice defendente Patre Daniele Fishero, ingenti omnium app/ausu praesidebat. Moriens libros quos habuit non paucos Collegio reliquit, insuper sexaginta duos milres, id est centum quinquaginta quinque aureos Lusitanicos, absque ullo onere Missarum. Diem obiit 19 Septembris 1653. [In margin: Huius tempore et industria confirmatum est ab lnquisitoribus et Capitulo Ulyssiponensi privilegium a Sanctis Patribus concessum Collegio praesentandi suos alumnos, praevio solo domestico examine, ad omnes ordines. Huius privilegii virtute or dines ab Episcopo Targensi susceperunt loannes Williams, Petrus Giffardus, loannes Barnsleyus et Gulielmus Bodenham, sine alia examine.] 21-22; A2, 346; G, 269-70. (Lancashire.) Studied humanity at St Omers for 3 years, and Philosophy and Theology at Rome for 7. Then Agent at Piacenza for English College, Rome for 2 years. Left in 1640 for England but sent here by Clergy; arrived Dec 7 with part of 4th mission. Jan 7 1641 began to teach Faith.


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June 25 1642 made Prefect of Studies and acting-Confessor under Pickford. In 1647 Protector let him go for health reasons; left for France with his old friend Robert Meynell Aug 11 1647. Went to England. After some time called to Douai to be Theology Lecturer and Confessor. Returned to England for health reasons after 2 years. Made a Canon and Secretary of Chapter by Bishop Smith. Not long afterwards crossed to Holland and came back here with John Robinson about mid-May 1650. Made Confessor and Prefect of Studies again. In Oct 1651 made 7th President by Bishop Smith. Did not want the post, but held it successfully amidst difficulties caused by College's poverty until Sept 19 1653, when he died most piously of his old illness. Buried in chapel next to Newman. Much mourned by the people because of his' kindness in confession. Awarded a doctorate with H. Waring June 23 1652. Jan 1653 began to lecture on God as One; June 29 presided over theses defended with great success by Daniel Fitter. Left College books and 62 milres. In his presidency obtained confirmation from Inquisition and Lisbon Chapter of College's privilege of presenting students to orders after no more than examination in College. Note: Sent to St Omers Nov 1629 (CRS 55, 420). Admitted to English College, Rome Oct 22 1631 (CRS 40, 2- 3). Listed as Theology Lecturer at Douai Oct 1 1647; actually arrived Nov 16; was also Confessor and Prefect of Studies when poor health forced him to leave for England Jan 29 1649 (CRS 11: 493-4; 499). Oath for 2nd stint as Theology Lecturer at Lisbon July 28 1650 (BA 122). Patent for President July 11 1651 (P). Theses he defended for baccalaureate and doctorate are in Teaching. An instance of his presenting to orders in EL July 1 1653. WHITE, Christopher [admitted 1746] Note: No entry for him. Brother of James (2), son of John White, a businessman in Lisbon. Admitted Sept 22 1746, with brother. Still there Nov 1749 (BA 52, 41). Not in G. WHITE, James (1), al. SNOOKE [c.1659-1677] IACOBUS WHITUS, alias SNOOKE, convictor [All in E. Jones's hand:] Parentes, tempus accessus ad Collegium et alia ad hunc pu1cherrimum iuvenem spectantia dum in Collegio versatus est, ex summa incuria custodientis hunc librum nos latent. Solummodo hanc narrationem mortis eius in epistola ab Ill. D. Richardo Russello Portalegrensi Episcopo scripta et R. Admodum D. Mathiae Watkinsono tunc temp oris Praesidi missa reperi; quamque, cum faelicissimum huius iuvenis transitum indicet, dignam hic inseri aestimavi. [Russell's letter of Oct 20 1677 is too long to include here. It gives a detailed account of White's illness and preparation for death. The entry concludes p. 146:] Huc appulit 4 Iulii anno 1674. Obiit 19 Octobris 1677. 143-6; not in G. No record of him, except what Bishop Russell wrote to Watkinson Oct 20 1677 [see above]. Arrived July 4 1674. Died Oct 19 1677.


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Note: Was 18 when he died; buried at altar of St Peter in Portalegre Cathedral (BA 13, 44). WHITE, James (2) [admitted 1746]. Note: No entry for him. Son of John White, a businessman in Lisbon. Admitted Sept 22 1746 with brother, Christopher. Left before Oct 1748 (BA 52). Not in G. WHITE, Philip [1747-1777] [Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born Beenham [Berkshire], son of John and Mary; baptised April 3 1748 by Edward Maden [Madew (?)]; confirmed Sept 3 1749 [sic] by Challoner; admitted Sept 13 1764; oath March 16 1772; died in College Jan 22 1777. A4, 299; G, 270. Note: Aged 17 June 1764 (AA). Date of ordination unknown, but he was a priest (BA 78, 7). 6 sermons. WHITE, Thomas, al. BLACKLOW [1593-1676] THOMAS BLACKLOUS, alias VITUS, Barconiensis, Bacalaureus Duacenus Sacrae Theologiae [All in Pickford's hand:] Hic aliquot annos postquam Philosophiam et Theologiam in Collegio Duaceno docuerat primo Romam Agens pro Clero Anglicano destinatus est; unde cum rediret, in ipso itinere mandato Ill. Richardi Chalcedonensis huc amandatus est, ut Collegio praeesset et rem CIeri cum Ill. Fundatore perageret. Terrestri itinere advenit circa medium Maii anna 1630, ubi Theologiam docuit, domum in formam Collegii caepit ordinare, regulas condere, domos vicinas coemere etc. Postea cum iam Ill. Fundatorem eo adduxisset ut donationem Collegii quam primum se facturum promitteret si Inquisitor Generalis protectionem eiusdem sponderet, ille autem nullo modo ad id faciendum induci posset, statim Matritum ad aulam Regiam quantum pedes poterat avolavit 2 Augusti anna 1631; ubi rem spatio sex mensium ita peregit, ut post duplicatum Regis ad se mandatum Ill. Inquisitor Generalis Don Francisco de Castro protectionem Collegii libentissime comprornitteret. At Praeses mox mense Februarii rediens, mensis Martii subsequentis die 27 Ill. Fundatorem ad promissa complenda adduxit. Qui fundationem Collegii liberalissimam absque minimo obligationis onere Clero donavit et insuper multo plura spopondit. Dominica mox in Albis subsequente adfuit Ill. Inquisitor Generalis et Collegii protectionem publice in se sus cepit. Hoc fuit primum Collegii hujus fundamentum faeliciter actum, hicque primus eiusdem status anno 1632 inchoatus: ab Ill. Fundatore annui redditus 155£ et 5s Anglicanae; ex Residentia juxta Sanctae Catharinae [sic] 12£; domus, horti et caetera Collegii tunc annexa valebant circiter 1800£; mobilia et pecuniae (sed quae immobilia coemerent) quasi 500£. Verum cum tam Praeses quam Ill. Fundator maxime cuperent opus tam pium augere et ad fastigium adducere, conventum est inter illos ut Praeses


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in Angliam iret ad sollicitandum Clerum. Cui circa medium Maii 1632 discedenti Ill. Fundator haec tria mandata iniunxit, ea comminatione ut nisi omnibus confectis nunquam huc reverteretur: primum erat ut annuam pensionem 180£ pro novem Alumnorum sustentatione (durante solummodo vita Ill. Fundatoris) a Clero obtineret; secundum ut 500£ pro emptione quarundam domorum conigeret; tertium ut Theologos alumnos adduceret; quibus advenientibus promisit se [po 5] statim pensionem eousque aucturum ut ex utraque viginti Superiores et Alumni alerentur; imo et donaturum se Collegio 500£ per annum, post mortem inchoandas. Praeses cum primum, quodque maximum in mandatis erat, faeliciter peregisset, non autem secundum tertiumve, statuit non reverti; sed pensione CIeri stabilita, et missione (quae secunda erat) huc destinata sive ad Rhetoricam finiendaru sive ad inchoandam Philosophiam in utrumque parata, ipse ad alia CIeri negotia digressus erat, cum maxima Fundatoris offensione et dolore qui virum et honorabat et cupiebat. 1633. 4-5; A2, 349-54; G, 270- 271. (Barking [see note].) After teaching Philosophy and Theology some years in Douai College, was made Clergy Agent in Rome. On the way back sent here by Bishop Smith to be President and negotiate for Clergy with Founder. Came overland about mid-May 1630. Taught Theology and began to order the house as a College, drawing up rules and buying neighbouring houses. Got Founder to promise to endow College, provided Inquisitor accepted Protectorship; went straight to Court at Madrid Aug 2 1631 and in 6 months got Inquisitor to accept. On return here got Founder to fulfil his promise March 27 1632 with a liberal endowment and promises of more. On Low Sunday Inquisitor publicly accepted Protectorship. So College was successfully established in 1632, with £155 yearly from Founder and £12 from St Catherine's Residence; buildings and grounds were worth about £1 ,800, with furniture and cash totalling about £500. The Founder agreed that White should go to England to obtain help from Clergy. Left about mid-May with instructions not to return unless he obtained: £180 yearly to support 9 alumni during Founder's lifetime; £500 to buy houses; and new students ready to start Theology. On their arrival the Founder would increase the pension, so College could have 20 superiors and alumni. White managed only the first, so decided not to return. So, with the Clergy pension fixed and the 2nd mission (of students ready to finish Rhetoric or start Philosophy) chosen, he turned to other Clergy business. This offended and saddened Founder, who respected and liked him. This was in 1633. Note: I take 'Barconiensis' to mean 'born at Barking'; White's birthplace is usually taken to be Hutton, Essex. Perhaps Pickford knew that he was born at Barking, or thought Hutton too small to merit mention; perhaps there is a confusion with Haynes's birthplace (A3, 153). For many details of White's career and some useful letters see D. Shanahan's articles in Essex Recusant 7,78-85; 8: 33- 37; 55- 71. As Agent in Rome he was


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involved in negotiations to found College; in May 1629 Bishop Smith promised to try to get White for Lisbon (Corr). For cancellation of his theses in July 1631 see under Pickford; Chapter complained about this to Spanish Inquisition (Corr Sept 1631). John Colleton, Dean of Chapter, wrote to Protector Sept 28 1632 about White's endeavours to fulfil Founder's requirements (OBA, III, 2, 132). In 1633 there were exchanges between Newman and Chapter about Founder's demands; BC gives details of Founder's unrealistic position. The rules composed by White appeared in 1635, Constitutiones et regulae Collegii Anglorum Ulyssiponensis (BA 115); John Southcote noted that they were printed in May (CRS 1, 109); original manuscript is at BA 114 (see also under Hargrave). White died July 6 1676 (CRS 3, 102- 3). For 'Blacklowism' as it affected College see under Sergeant and RS.

WHITTINGHAM, James [arrived 1698] IACOBUS WHITTINGHAM, Portocalensis, honesto loco natus, convictor [All in E. Jones's hand:] Accessit ad Collegium 23 Septembris 1698 ad Latinitatem, missus a patre mercaturam exercente in civitate Portucalensi. Ad patrem rediit 14 Iunii 1701. 175; not in G. (Oporto.) Came Sept 23 1698 for Latin, sent by his father, a merchant at Oporto. Returned to his father June 14 1701. Note: Paid for by his uncle, William Maynard (BA 13, 112).

WILCOCK, Peter [1777-1857] [Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born Bolton, Lancashire Oct 28 1777, son of George Wilcock and Anne Taylor; admitted Oct 10 1792; ordained Christmas 1802. G, 271-2. Note: Master of Humanity and Prefect General 1803; acting-President during Fryer's illness 1803-5 (BA 112, 28). Missionary oath Dec 28 1808 (BA 215, 143). Died Aug 15 1857 (CD 1858, 257). 19 of his letters 1826-45 in Corr.

WILKINSON, James [1777[Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born Cottam Hall, Lancashire Nov 1 1777, son of John Wilkinson and Elizabeth Adamson; baptised by J. Lund; admitted Dec 1 1791; left. G, 272. Note: Left Nov 27 1795 (BA 219, Sept 1796).

WILLIAMS, Charles [c.l627-1667] CAROLUS WILLIAMS, Monmothiensis, honesto loco natus [Pickford's hand:] Huius pater fuit Thomas Williams, Catholicus. Latinitatem in patria inchoavit, ad quam prosequendam unus ex secunda missione huc missus est aD. Ioanne Powell sacerdote, cum esset 20


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annorum. Appulit 4 Februarii, sed non est admissus nisi 14 Augusti insequentis 1647. Ex Syntaxi ad Poesim secundum praemium habuit 18 Augusti 1648. [Whitaker's hand:] Post annum Logicae sub D. Godeno expletum propter angustiam reddituum Collegii translatus est ad Controversias et Casus Conscientiae. A.D. 1651 Decembris die 12 iuramentum et habitum Collegii, 13 primam tonsuram et ordines minores, 18 subdiaconatum, 21 diaconatum, 24 sacerdotium suscepit, conferente ordines Ill. Protectore. Prestito iuramento cum facultatibus ordinariis in patriam abiit A.D. 1652 26 Martii. 33; A2, 356; G, 272. (Monmouthshire.) Son of Thomas Williams, a Catholic. Began Latin in Wales; sent with 2nd mission to continue it by John Powell, a priest, when 20. Arrived Feb 4; admitted Aug 14 1647. 2nd prize at end of Syntax Aug 1648. After a year's Logic under Tilden, transferred (because College was short of income) to Controversies and Cases of Conscience. Dec 1651: oath 12; tons. and minors 13; subd. 18; diac. 21; priesthood 24. Went home with faculties March 26 1652. Note: Brother of John. Missionary oath March 14 1652 (BA 215, 17). Entered Douai to complete studies Nov 22 1652; described as a convert, with a schismatic father (CRS 11, 521). *Williams, Francis see VICTOR, Francis WILLIAMS, John (1), al. BLUET and HEAD LAM [c.1629- 1674] IOANNES WILLIAMS, Monmothiensis, honesto loco natus [Pickford's hand:] Frater hic est praecedentis cum eoque appulit cum esset annorum 18. [Whitaker's hand:] Iuramentum Collegii et ordines sacros usque ad sacerdotium exclusive simul cum fratre suscepit, ad eadem studia directus. Postmodum vero Kalendis Aprilis anni 1652 ad cursum philosophicum reversus est: sub D. Godeno enim infeliciter totum explevit. A.D. 1653 die 29 Martii ad sacerdotium promotus est ab Episcopo Targensi in Ecclesia Sancti Spiritus. [Tilden's hand:] Consumpto in theologicis an no et dimidio cum facultatibus ordinariis ad Patres Oratorii missus est 18 Iulii anno 1654. Inde post triennium a Capitulo et a Praeside evocatus, Ulyssiponem rediens factus est Procurator Collegii 19 Septembris 1657 et Confessarius 7 Ianuarii 1659. Lector Philosophiae 12 Augusti 1661. 34; A2, 357; G, 272. (Monmouthshire.) Brother of Charles; arrived with him, aged 18; took oath and orders (except priesthood) with him and followed same courses. April 1 1652 resumed Philosophy, which he had failed under Tilden. Priesthood March 29 1653. After 18 months of Theology sent with faculties to Oratorians [at Paris] July 18 1654. Called thence by Chapter and President, returned as Procurator Sept 19 1657. Confessor Jan 7 1659. Philosophy Lecturer Aug 12 1661. Note: Oath as Theology Lecturer Sept 1 1664 and as Vice-President Dec 20 1664 (BA 122). Missionary oath July 11 1654 (BA 215, 19). Died March 22 1673/4 (CRS 3, 101).


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WILLIAMS, John (2) [1696- 1793] IOANNES WILLIAMS, Brechianensis, honesto loco natus, convictor [E: Jones's hand:] Huius pater fuit Guilherme Williams, mater Francisca Luis, ambo Catholici. Accessit ad Collegium die 28 Septembris A.D. 1713, decimo septimo aetatis suae quem 19 Augusti proximo elapsi adimplevit, bonae indolis iuvenis et Latinis literis mediocriter instructus, quas cum Poesi et Rhetorica complevit sub D. Iacobo Skeltono. Die 18 Aprilis anno 1719 Philosophiam aggressus est sub eodem Magistro, habitumque Collegii sus cepit et iuramentum praestitit die 31 Octobris anno 1720. Hic idem studium sub eodem Magistro usque ad mensem Maii anno 1722 aegre protraxit cum, Magistro suis decidente ausis, sub D. Eduardo Iones Preside eidem finem imposuit et Theologiam ingress us est sub moderamine D. Georgii Slaughter die 7 Aprilis A.D. 1723. Die 28 Decembris anno 1723 sacerdos factus est ab Ill. D. D. Ioanne Archiepiscopo Lacidimoniae in privato suo sacello ordines conferrente. Denique finitis studiis facultatibusque missionis acceptis in patriam rediit die 24 Martii A.D. 1726. [Winstanley's hand:] Hic cum plurimos annos in missione laudabiliter versatus esset, tandem in episcopi sui offensam incidit, a quo ordinum exercitio privatus diu suspensus remansit. Plura de hac dissentione in nostris archivis habemus quibus D. Iacobus Barnard quem senex consiliarium et, ut opinor, confessarium arcesserat, contendit illum immerito punitum fuisse. Ut ut hoc fuerit, constat illum pie obiisse, D. Barnard herede ex asse relicto ut bona ips ius omnia in Collegii beneficium converteret, et datis ante obitum Collegio libris Anglicanis quingentis pro educatione missionarii ex Wallia oriundi et in Wallia functiones exercitaturi. Obiit die 30 Novembris anno 1793 annos natus 99. 149; A4, 303 (confuses his date of death with that of John Williams (3)); G, 272. (Brecon.) Born Aug 19 1696, son of William Williams and Frances Lewis, Catholics. Came Sept 28 1713, with some Latin. Studied Poetry and Rhetoric under Skelton. Started Philosophy under Skelton April 18 1719; continued under E. Jones from May 1722. Oath Oct 31 1720. Began Theology under Slaughter April 7 1723. Priesthood Dec 28 1723. Went missioner to Wales March 24 1726 [BA 215, 95 gives March 25. Winstanley adds:] Served well on mission for years. Fell out with his bishop; suspended: unjustly, according to Barnard, who advised him in old age. Died piously. Left ÂŁ500 for education of a Welshman for Welsh mission. Died Nov 30 1793. Note: See Funds for documentation by Barnard and others and Corr Aug 1788. WILLIAMS, John (3) [1712IOANNES GUILLIMS, Glamorganiensis, honesto loco natus [E. Jones's hand:] Anno 1735. Filius Griffith Guillims et Hannae Cole, Protestantium, 23 annorum aetatis, quos adimplebit die 25 Octobris


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proxime venturi, dieo 25 Decembris proxime venturi. Hunc, cum per aliquot menses in hac civitate commoratus ad fidem Catholicam reduceretur, perspectis vita et moribus, ardentique quem monstraverat zelo se divino cultui dedieandi ut animarum salutem lucraretur, Superiores in Collegium receperunt, idemque ingressus est die 10 Octobris A.D. 1735 ad Latinitatem. Iuramentum praestitit habitumque Collegii assumpsit die 15 Septembris A.D. 1737. [Manley's hand:] Quod sequitur inveni scriptum manu D. Richardi Bertwisle. Deinde mense Decembris 1737 prima tonsura et quatuor ordinibus minoribus initiatus est. Et mense Martii 1739 sacro subdiaconatus or dine et eodem fere tempore diaconatus insignitus est. Circa Pentecosten eiusdem anni ad sacerdotium promotus est et primum sacrum celebravit die 29 Iunii 1739 in festo Sanctorum Apostolorum Petri et Pauli. 234; A4, 303- 4 (confuses him with John Williams (2Âť; G, 205. (Glamorgan.) Born Dec 25 1712, son of Griffith Williams and Hannah Cole, Protestants. Converted after some months in Lisbon: admitted Oct 10 1735 for Latin. Oath Sep 15 1737. [Manley, quoting Birtwisle:] Tons. and minors Dec 1737; subd. March 1739; priesthood about Whit 1739; 1st Mass June 29. Died April 3 1763 (Corr May). Note: Missionary oath Aug 2 1743 (BA 215, 107). WILLIAMS, Reginald [1772[Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born Hull Jan 21 1772, son of Reginald Williams and Sarah Rand; admitted Dec 4 1784. G, 272. Note: Put on a fund July 1788 (AA). WILLIAMS, Roger, al. POWELL [c.1616ROGERUS WILLIAMS, Monmothiensis in Wallia, nobilis [All in Clarence's hand:] Hic patre Reginaldo Williams natus, in Collegio Sancti Audomari literas humaniores per duos annos usque ad Syntaxim finitam accepit. Cum esset annorum circiter 24 missus est huc a Clero cum literis testimonialibus. Appulit 7 Iulii 1640 unus ex quarta missione. Habitum et iuramentum Collegii accepit ultimo Martii 1641. Sed tum quia progressu temporis repertus est inidoneus fini Collegii, tum quia reprehensiones contumeliose vilipenderit ac noluerit admissas culpas agnoscere, neque se ad satisfaciendum obedientem exhibere, sed potius domesticam disciplinam contempserit, incorrigibilem atque obstinatam sese praebuerit, ac denique voluntati propriae contra Collegii regulas et mandata Superiorum adhaeserit, e Collegio dimissus est die 5 Aprilis 1642. 23; G, 272-3. (Momnouthshire.) Son of Reginald Williams. Studied for 2 years at St Omers to end of Syntax. When about 24 sent by Clergy; arrived July 7 1640 in 4th mission. Oath March 31 1641. Found unsuitable: disregarded reprimands, despised discipline, was incorrigible and self-willed. Sent away April 5 1642.


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Note: Studied 5 years in Wales and 2 and a half at St Omers (CRS 55, 434). Admitted to English College, Rome Nov 6 1633; left for England Sept 9 1634, because felt himself unsuited to ecclesiastical life (CRS 40, 9).

*Willis, Benjamin see BENWELL, Francis WINDER, Peter, al. BRADLEY [c.l615PETRUS BRADLEUS, alias WINDER, Lancastrensis, honesto loco natus [All in Pickford's hand:] Huius pater fuit Guilielmus Winder Catholicus. Litteras humaniores, Philosophiam (quam et publice defendit) et duos annos Theologiae Duaci in Collegio accepit, ubi et sacerdotio fuit ordinatus. Missus est huc a Clero ad studia perficienda annorum 27 circiter. Appulit cum D. Daniele Praeside 9 Iunii 1642. Tandem finitis studiis, praemisso examine et praestito iuramento cum promissione adnexa, cum facultatibus consuetis missionarius in Angliam abiit navigio Hollandico Bristoniam versus 7 Martii A.D. 1644. 27; A2, 359; G, 273. (Lancashire.) Son of William Winder, a Catholic. Studied humanity, Philosophy (with a public defence) and 2 years Theology at Douai College, where he was ordained. Sent here by Clergy to complete studies, aged about 27. Arrived with Pickford June 9 1642. Went missioner with faculties to England on a Dutch ship bound for Bristol March 7 1644. Note: Entered Douai College for Grammar Dec 7 1631; mother's name Alice Bradley (CRS 10, 299). Defended theses in Philosophy at Douai Aug 12 1639 (CRS 63, 3). Douai oath Dec 17 1640 (JDD, 45). Lisbon missionary oath March 6 1644 (BA 215, 9). WINDSOR, Anthony [1645ANTONIUS WINDSOR, Worcestrensis [inserted: Wigorniensis], nobilis [All in Tilden's hand:] Huius pater fuit Antonius Windsor armiger Catholicus. Huc appulit 8 Novembris 1661, primus ex quinta missione ad Latinitatem, annos natus septemdecim quos completurus erat 18 Februarii, id est Februarii 1662, stylo novo, cum aliquem profectum in literis humanioribus iam fecisset. 70; not in G. (Worcestershire.) Born Feb 18 1645. Son of Anthony Windsor, a Catholic. Arrived Nov 8 1661, 1st of 5th Latin mission, already knowing some Latin. Note: Seems to have died in College after about 2 years (BA 12, 173).

*Winn see WYNNE WINSTANLEY, Edmund [1772- 1852] [Columnar entry, BA 4:] Born Ashbourne, Derbyshire Oct 17 1772, son of Thomas Winstanley and Elizabeth Herd; confirmed Sept 1785 by Matthew Gibson; admitted Oct 10 1787, sent by Simon Bordley; ordained Christmas 1796; made Superior. A4, 306; G, 273-4.


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Note: Tons. and minors 19, subd. 20 Dec 1794; diac. Dec 19 1795; priesthood Dec 17 1796 (OF). Procurator Oct 17 1796; Philosophy Lecturer as well 1801; Theology Lecturer Sept 15 1803; Regent (acting- President) Aug 1805-May 1806. Acted as Chaplain to British troops in Lisbon 1809-15, while living in College as paying guest. Made Superior again and Master of Humanity June 6 1815. Oath as Vice-President Oct 25 1818. Patent as President Dec 27 1819; oath as President Jan 1 1820. Died Aug 14 1852 (BA 112: 27, 29,32-4,37; BA 121; BA 122). 11 of his letters and 916 to him in Corr; copies of his letters in BA 91-4. Most (if not all) of Annales continuati up to his death by him: his drafts and addenda in CCL. His sermons are in BA 166-7, as well as in Sermons. LC has his: The Christian's companion consisting of the

Catechism of the London District the Think Well On't and the Daily Companion, Lisbon, 1809; and (2) the second edition, Lisbon, 1812; (3) An outline of ecclesiastical and civil history, 4 volumes, London, 1846-56 (with an incomplete manuscript at BA 157-9); (4) A short geography of the Holy Land, Lisbon, 1850, Printed at the English College. Will in Wills April 1838 and Oct 1851. Portrait and photograph (reproduced by Croft) in LC. *Woodberry, Gerard see BERNARD, Gerard

WOODRUFF, Robert [ordained 1680] ROBERTUS WOODROFFE, convictor, Staffordiensis [All in E. Jones's hand:] Pater Robertus, mater Anna Woodroffe. Accessit ad Collegium 30 Ianuarii anno 1692 [should be: 1672]. Finitis studiis missionem in Angliam cum facultatibus suscepit die 17 Iulii an no 1680. Ab Ill. Protectore D. Verissimo de Lancastro an no 1678 die 1 Novembris ad primam tonsuram et 4 minores ordines, anno 1679 die 3 Septembris ad subdiaconatum, die 8 ad diaconatum et anno 1680 die 1 Ianuarii ad sacrum presbyteratum promotus est. 103; A3, 255 (merges him with Langley); G, 274. (Staffordshire.) Son of Robert and Anne. Came Jan 30 1672. Went missioner to England July 17 1680 [BA 215,41]. Tons. and minors Nov 1 1678; subd. and diac. Sept 3 and 8 1679; priesthood Jan 1 1680. Note: Oath Oct 30 1678 [Oaths]. His missionary faculties are in OF.

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-1662] THOMAS KELLY, alias WOODWARD, Northamptoniensis [All in Pickford's hand:] Hic Duaci sacerdotio initiatus et inde in Angliam missus multis illic annis laboravit, tum in messe Domini, tum in specialibus CIeri negotiis. Deinde huc missus est Procurator. Appulit Coroneam in Galitia, unde huc terrestri itinere pervenit 24 Iunii anno 1638. Ubi non solum Procurator sed etiam Vice-Praeses constitutus est, et cum omnium satisfactione utrumque munus obivit usque ad Kalendas Novembris anni


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1639, quando ex consensu Superiorum in Angliam abiit Kalendis Decembris ad negotia Collegii cum Clero peragenda. 19; A2, 363; G, 223. (Northamptonshire.) Ordained at Douai and worked in England many years, both pastorally and on Clergy business. Sent as Procurator, he went to Corunna and came overland, arriving June 24 1638. Made VicePresident as well as Procurator: exercised both offices to satisfaction of all until Nov 1 1639, when Superiors agreed he should go to England on College business with Clergy. Went on Dec 1. Note: Arrived at Valladolid 1623 (CRS 30, 142). Entered Douai College from Valladolid May 14 1624; ordained Sept 24 1625; sent to England Dec 15 1625 (CRS 10: 228; 239- 40). Oath as Lisbon Procurator July 18; as Vice-President Sept 14; as Confessor Sept 15 1638 (BA 122). WOOLFE, John, al. ALLEN and BROWN [ - 1735] IOANNES ALLANUS, alias WOOLFE, alias BROWN, Wigorniensis [scored: Staffordiensis], nobilis [All in E. Jones's hand:] Ordines suscepit ab Ill. et R. D. Richardo Russello Portalegrensi Episcopo: subdiaconatum 20 Iulii; diaconatum die 25 et praesbyteratum 26 eiusdem mensis anno 1674. Missionis facultates suscepit die 30 Iulii anno 1676 inque Angliam secessit, ubi per plures annos Procuratoris Collegii munere functus est ibique modo laborat anno 1710. Obiit 15 Iunii styli veteris A.D. 1735. 100; A3, 255-6; G 274. (Worcestershire.) Orders from Bishop Russell July 1674: subd. 20; diac. 25 and priesthood 26. Went missioner to England July 30 1676 [BA 215, 35]; College's Agent for several years. Died June 15 1735 (O.S.). Note: Succeeded Thomas Woolfe on their uncle's fund (BA 13, i9). ÂŁ5 paid for his habit March 19 166617 (O.S.) (BA 12, 209). Oath Jan 9 1672 (Oaths). Missionary faculties in OF. London Agent at least from Nov 12 1696 to May 10 1708 (BA 14, 49): accounts in AA. WOOLFE, Thomas [1654- 1667] THOMAS WOOLFE, Salopiensis, honesto loco natus [All in Perrott's hand:] Huius pater fuit Franciscus Woolfe, mater vero Sarah Whittle. Latinitatem incepit in Anglia, unde huc rnissus a Clero appulit 3 Ianuarii 1667, annos natus 12 die Innocentium iuxta computum Anglicanum. Studiis incubuit sub D. Eduardo Barlow et D. Roberto Edwards. 13 autem Augusti lecto decubuit et 21 eiusdem mensis, apostemate, ut credebatur, intus dirupto, postquam exomologesim peccatorum pie peregerat mortuus est et proximo die sepultus ad finem cancellorum altaris Divi Thomae a parte exteriori. R.I.P. 88; G, 274-5. (Shropshire.) Son of Francis Woolfe and Sarah Whittle. Began Latin in England. Sent by Clergy; arrived Jan 3 1667, just turned 12. Studied under Booth and Edwards. Fell ill Aug 15 and died on Aug 21 of an internal abscess. Buried at altar of St Thomas.


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Note: Was on the fund set up by his uncle, also called Woolfe (BA 13, 19). *Worsley, John see GILDON, John; Worthy, see WORTLEY WORTLEY, Francis, al. WORTHY [missioner 1692] FRANCISCUS WORTLY, Londinensis, honesto loco natus [E. Jones's hand:] Huc appulit die 9 Maii anno 1684. Literis humanioribus incubuit necnon et Philosophiae sub D. Rogero Brockholes. Die 23 Martii conclusiones logicas defendit anno 1688. Die 17 Aprilis eiusdem anni habitum Collegii vestivit. Die 1 Iulii anno 1689 conclusiones ex universa Philo sophia propugnavit. Ab Em. Protectore D. D. Verissimo de Lancastro, S. E. R. Cardinali, die 17 Decembris ad subdiaconatum, 18 subsequente ad diaconatum promotus est anno 1689, et denique ad presbyteratum. Cum ad ordinem Sancti Brigittae transire tentaverit, R. D. Matthias Watkinsonus Praeses missionarium cum facultatibus in Angliam misit, die 6 Februarii anno 1692. Ubi per aliquot annos animarum salutem zelose procuravit, donec mulierculae illecebris illectus, ob maxime suspectam, si non plene vitiosam familiaritatem, magnumque Catholicorum scandalum, cum saepe saepius corriperetur et nunquam resipisceret, ab ordinum exercitio ab episcopis Catholicis suspenderetur adhucque suspensus manet anno 1710. [Manley's hand:] Ante mortem poenituit et a D. Henrico Preston reconciliatus est. R.I.P. 113; A3 , 256; G,275. (London.) Arrived May 9 1684. Studied humanity and Philosophy under Brockholes, defending Logic March 1688. Oath April 17 1688. Defended Philosophy July 1689. Subd. and diac. Dec 17- 18 1689. Ordained priest. Wanted to join Bridgettines, so Watkinson sent him missioner to England Feb 6 1692 [BA 215,63]. Worked zealously for some years until suspended for scandalous association with a woman; still suspended 1710. Reconciled by Henry Preston before he died. Note: G has him ordained priest Nov 11 1691; this is quite possible, but may be a misreading of Barnard's table (BA 4), where Slaughter, ordained on that day, comes above Wortley. Cardinal Howard (Jan 3 1698 Corr) tells Nuncio that Watkinson was right to send Wortley to England, since Pope had refused dispensation from missionary oath. *Wotton, George see JERNINGHAM, George WRIGHT, Edmund [1690EDMUNDUS WRIGHT, Gallus, convictor, honesto loco natus [All in E. Jones's hand:] Huius pater fuit Edmundus Wright in civitate Portucalensi mercaturam exercens, Hibernus. Hic natus fuit Burdigali in Gallia 25 Martii 1690. Missus est a patre in praedicta Portucalensi civitate


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tunc commorante ad Collegium 26 Iunii 1700 ad Latinitatem. Exiit 15 Aprilis 1704. 173; G, 275. Born at Bordeaux March 25 1690, son of Edmund Wright, an Irish merchant at Oporto. Sent by his father for Latin June 26 1700. Left April 15 1704. Note: Brother of Paul. 'Edmund Wright son to Edmond Wright and Mary Wright livers in ye city of oPorto in ye Kingdome of Portugall on his fathers side of English extraction: on his mothers of Irish, he was borne in Burdoos in France on ye 25 of March 1690 . . . Edmund went to Mr Grants on ye 15th of Aprile 1704 in order to goe for England' (BA 13, 130). WRIGHT, Paul [arrived 1700] PAULUS WRIGHT, frater prioris et convictor [All in E. Jones's hand:] Ad Collegium accessit 23 Octobris 1700, discessit 20 Septembris 1703. 173; G, 275. Came Oct 23 1700; left Sept 20 1703. Note: 'Paul Wright Brother to Edmund Wright ... parted from ye CoIl: in order to goe for England with his father in ye expedition Packetboat on ye 20th of September 1703' (BA 13, 130). WRIGHT, Thomas, al. BRADLEY [1647THOMAS WRIGHT, alias BRADLEY, Londinensis, nobilis et convictor [All in Tilden's hand:] Huius pater fuit Ioannes Wright nobilis, mater Elizabetha Somerset, ambo Catholici. Rudimenta Latinitatis inchoaverat in Anglia. Admissus est in convictorem 12 Martii 1659 cum esset annorum undecim et septem mensium. 58; G, 275 . (London). Son of John Wright of noble birth and Elizabeth Somerset, Catholics. Began rudiments of Latin in England. Admitted as convictor March 12 1659 aged 11 and 7 months. WYCHE, George [1690s] GEORGIUS WYCHE, nobilis, convictor [All in E. Jones's hand:] Filius D. Petri Wyche, equitis aurati, humanioribus literis studuit sub D. Francisco Petre, Philosophiae sub DD. Francisco Petre et Eduardo Iones. Logicas conclusiones cum laude defendit sub D. Francisco Petre quas patri suo dicavit anno 1695. 122; G, 275. Son of Sir Peter Wyche. Studied humanity under Petre, Philosophy under Petre and Jones. Defended logical theses, dedicated to his father, 1695. Note: No evidence of ordination. His father died Nov 2 1700 and was buried in College chapel: epitaph in CCL (1824). *Wynne, Hugh see PARRY, Hugh


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WYVILL, Christopher [c.1693- 1725] CHRYSTOPHORUS WYVILL, Londinensis, nobilis [All in E. Jones's hand:] Filius Leonardi Wyvill et Sophiae Weight Catholicorum; accessit ad Collegium 26 Octobris anno 1708, 15 aut 16 anno aetatis, Latinitatem aggressus sub D. Christophoro Ienkinsono, a 10 Ianuarii anno 1710 sub D. Ioanne Floydaeo. Antequam humaniorum literarum studia compleverat in patriam discessit anno 1710. 132; not in G. (London.) Son of Leonard Wyvill and Sophia Weight, Catholics. Came Oct 26 1708, aged 15 or 16. Studied humanity under Jenkinson and J. Lloyd, but left for home before completing the course 1710. Note: From the parish of St Martin, London. Left November 1710 'not being willing to goe on with his studies. [N. Waldegrave's entry up to here.] Afterward he became a Religious man of St. Dominicks Order; as one of the same order told me, John Manley' (BA 13, 161). *Xavier, Francis see LUCAS, Henry YATES, Richard [missionary oath 1674] RICHARDUS YATES, convictor [All in E. Jones's hand:] Huc appulit die 10 Iunii anno 1664. Quando et quomodo discessit ignotum. 178; not in A; G, 275. Came June 10 1664. Note: Missionary oath April 29 1674 (BA 215, 30). YOUNG, Thomas [ -1714] THOMASYONGE [All in E. Jones's hand:] Huc appulit 1 Iulii anno 1670. Missus in Angliam cum missionarii facultatibus 10 Aprilis anno 1681. 105; A3, 258; G, 275. Came July 1 1670. Went missioner to England April 10 1681 [BA 215, 46]. Note: Oath Sept 8 1670 (Oaths). Stayed some time with Bishop Russell at Portalegre 1679-80 (RRL).


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INDEX This index does not repeat the main entries nor the aliases sandwiched between the main entries. An asterisk indicates more than one reference on a page or a single reference that is substantial. The index covers the Latin text and the editorial notes but omits names of writers (e.g. 'Manley's hand'), names of archival sources (e.g. 'Thomas Eyre's List'), the few secondary sources quoted and those sources mentioned throughout (e.g. Anstruther's Seminary Priests or volumes in this series of Catholic Records). 'Sr' stands for 'Senior' and is used to distinguish a father from a son with the same Christian name.

ACTON: CONVENT (London) 142 ADAMSON, Elizabeth 220 ADDISON, Mary 4 AINSWORTH, William 1 AINTREE 168 AKERS, Thomas 1 ALCANTARA 129 ALEGRETE (Marquis of) 21,38,86,89-90,97, 116, 156, 170 ALEWORTH, John 2 ALEXANDER VII 107,193 ALGARVE 38 ALLANSON, John (Sr) 2 ALLEN, Jerome 19, 38, 103; Mary 3 ALMEIDA, Thomaz de (Patriarch of Lisbon) 1,4,69,87 ALPHONSUS (Fr: son of Viscount of Barbacena) 108* AMERSTON (County Durham) 4 ANDRADE, Antonio de 199 ANDREWS, Catherine 145* ANNAPOLIS 27 ANSELL, Elizabeth 3; Robert 3 ANTONIO (Dom) 120 ARCHER, Emily 6 ARMATHWAITE (Cumberland) 183 ARNOLD, John 3; Winifred 3 AROIJO, Agnes de 37 ARRABIDA 71, 156 ARRAS 80 ARTHUR, Daniel (Sir) 89, 118* ARUNDELL (Mr) 130 ASHBOURNE (Derbyshire) 224 ASHMALL, Thomas 4 ASHNESS, Anne 81 ASHTON, Thomas 4 ASTON, Herbert 5 ATMORE, Thomas 5


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ATWOOD, George 5 AUDLEY, Anne 25 AUGHTON 129, 188 BAKER, Bernard 55 BALDWIN, James (Sr) 5; Robert 6 BANNER, Elizabeth 158 BARABBINO, Giovanni Carlo 6 BARBACENA (Viscount of) 108* BARCELONA (Bishop of) 135 BARKER, Edward 202; James 202; Jerome 156 BARKING 218- 19 BARNARD, James 9*, 14, 64, 150, 222*; Thomas 7 BARNESLEY, Judith 142 BARNESTABLE 80 BARNICKLE, Elizabeth 92 BARNWALL, Anthony 132 BARR, Thomas 197 BARRETT, George 51, 85; Thomas 7 BARRETTO, Francisco (Protector) 46 BATH 57* BAXINGTON, Helen 92 BAYAERT, William 95, 128, 147, 191 BEDFORD SHIRE (as place of origin) 29, 181 BEENHAM (Berkshire) 218 BELL, Dorothy 213 BELLI, Joseph 8 BENEDICTINES 120,192 BERKSHffiE (as place of origin) 25,56- 7,71 - 2,164,167*,218 BERINGTON, Elizabeth 33; [John] 149 BERNARD, Gerard 7, 130, 152,205 BERRY, Anne 97 BETHAM, John 74 BETTS, John 92, 126 BICHI, Vincenzo (Nuncio in Portugal) 122* BIDDLECOMB, Alice 10; William 10 BIGGS, Winifred 203 BILLINGTON, James 10; Jane 10 BIRDSALL, Cottambird 10 BIRMINGHAM (as place of origin) 36 BffiTWISTLE, John 10; Richard 154, 186, 223 BIX, Catherine 181 BLACKLOWISM 62,173*,220 BLADWORTH, Elizabeth 94 BLAKE, Dorothy 27 BLANDFORD (Dorset) 142 BLEVIN , Jane 12; Richard 12


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BLOUNT, Francis 13; James (Sr) 13-14; Thomas 162 BLUNDELL, Dorothy 1; James (Sr) 14 BODENHAM, William (Sr) 15; William 198,216 BODONA (Bishop of) see FOIOS, Pedro de BOLNEY, Margaret 15; Robert 98; Thomas 15 BOLTON 220 BOMFIGLHO, Caterina 16; Dionisio 16; Giovanni Carlo 16 BONA, Giovanni (Cardinal) 165 BOOTH, Edward 226; Richard 16 BORDEAUX (as place of origin) 227 BORDLEY, Simon 14, 129, 214, 224 BORGES, Jacinto 60 BORNHEM 129 BOSTOCK, Nathanael 18 BOSWELL, Martha 27* BOURDILLON, James 44 BOWEN, Margaret 109 BOYCE, Nathanael 99* BOYES, Hannah 198 BRADLEY, Alice 224 BRADSHAW, Elizabeth 35 BRAGA (diocese) 104 BRAMHALL, John (Bishop of Derry) 170* BRAMSTON, James Yorke (Bishop) 144 BRAZIL 8, 211 BRECON 114; (as place of origin) 150, 222 BREERS, Alexander 19 BRENT, Thomas 103 BRILIUS, Vincenti us see BICHI, Vincenzo BRISTOL (as place of origin) 70, 123 BRITTON, Denis 20; William 21 BROCKHOLES, Roger 17, 39*-40,49,60*,65*,97,132,140*, 151*,164,168,185*,187*,203,207*,227

BROCKWELL, Charles (Sr) 22 BROMLEY (Dr) 22 BROOKE, Anne 54; James 23* BROOMHEAD, Rowland 23, 119 BROUGHTON (Yorkshire) 103* BROWN, Frances 136; Margaret 7; Margaret 132; Mary 23; Philip (Sr) 23

BROWNE, Henry 23; John 51; Thomas 23 BRUSSELS 56 BRYERLY, Anthony 37 BRYON, Ellen 25 BUCKINGHAMSHIRE (as place of origin) 200 BUCKLAND, Berkshire 167 BUCKLEY, Anne 24; John 24


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BUNCE, Charles (Sr) 24; Margaret 24 BURGOYNE, Anne 151 BURNEBY, Richard 25 BURNLEY 78 BUTLER 129; Tobias 25 BUTTERY, Mary 124 CALMORE (Staffordshire) 163 CALONGE 196 CALONIA 196 CALSTON (Lincolnshire) 89 CALVERT, George (1st Lord Baltimore) 26 CAMBRIDGE: St John's College 55, 169-70, 198; Pembroke College 181; Trinity College 76 CAMP ANELLA, Nicholas 67 CAMBRAI128 CAMPECHE 37 CANARIES 201 CANNING, Richard 26 CANON REGULARS OF ST AUGUSTINE 159 CANTERBURY (as place of origin) 198; Cathedral 188 CAPE VERDE 165 CARDOSO CASTELLO, Joao (Bishop of Lacedaemonia) 4,19*,48,87, 111-12,155,180,215*,222 CAREW, Thomas 27 CARMARTHENSHIRE (as place of origin) 109- 10 CARMELITES 126 CARRERE, Joseph 27 CARROLL, Charles (Sr) 27 CARTER, James 28; William 23* CARTHUSIANS 75 CARVALHO, F. M. Xavier de 27 CARVALHO, Sebastiao de see POMBAL (Marquis of) CASCAIS (Marquis of) 134 CASTRO, Francisco a (Protector) 147, 211, 218 CATHERINE of BRAGANZA 41,49,88,132,156,165*, 171-2*, 181, 199*, 203, 212 CATON, John 28; Robert 29 CHALLONER, Edward (Sr) 29; Edward 85; Richard (Bishop) 3*-4, 11, 14,57,72,111,114,120*-21,163,218 CHAMBERLAIN 10 CHAMP, Catherine 182 CHAMPION, Anthony (Sr) 29 CHANDLER, John 147 CHAPTER (of ENGLAND and WALES) 31-32, 46,62,76,78,80*, 117*-18,123-4,131,133*-4,143*,147*,164*,170*,172-3, 176,178*, 183*-4,191,199*,210,212,216,218-19*,220*-21


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CHARLES I 124 CHARLES II 165*,172* CHARNOCK, Richard 33; Robert 6; Roger 30 CHENCY, Sarah 71 CHESHIRE (as place of origin) 4, 90, 118, 191 CHESTER (as place of origin) 92; (diocese) 46, 134 CHILLINGTON (Staffordshire) 102 CHIPPING NORTON 81 CHRISTIE (auctioneer) 3 CHRISTINA (Queen of Sweden) 147 CLARENCE, Peter 133, 147*, 183 CLARKE, [William], S.J. 111 CLAUGHTON (Lancashire) 35 CLAYTON, Ralph 101-2 CLEMENT XI 116 CLIFFORD, Anne 27; William 111 CLIFTON, Thomas 33, 130; William 3; Winifred 33 CLOUGH, [Anthony] 102; Elizabeth 45; Richard 33 COEN, Michael 51, 66* COIMBRA 40,47, 112, 133, 194,207 COLE, Hannah 222 COLEGATE, William 34 COLLETON, John 80, 220 COLSTON, Edward 34; Penelope 34 COLWIN, Catherine 192 COMBERFORD (Staffordshire) 103 COMPTON, Henry 59 CONNAUGHT (as place of origin) 60 CONSTABLE, Penelope 196 CONSTANTINA (Bishop of) see CORREIA de GAMA COOKE, Corbitt (Sr) 35 COOP, Thomas (Sr) 35 COOPER, Agnes 177; Margaret 81 CORBISHLEY, John 35* CORBISSOR, Anne 102 CORK (as place of origin) 36 CORNWALL (as place of origin) 146, 204 CORREIA de GAMA, Joseph Henriques (Bishop of Constantina) 11, 69, 152* CORUNNA 31, 225 COSTA, Jacques de 67 COTTAM HALL (Lancashire) 220 COUGHTON (Warwickshire) 69 COUTINHO, Pedro de (Founder) 20,31-2,77*-8*,79*-80,84-5*,98*, 123,131,147*,183,218*-19*,220 COVENT GARDEN 89 COVENTRY (diocese) 211


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COW DRAY (Sussex) 188 COWLING, John 66 COX, Edward 213; John (Sr) 36 CREVEN, Anne 190 CRIMMIN, Eustatia 36; Maurice 36 CROCKER, Thomas 37 CROOK HALL 23*, 54, 84, 119 CROSBY, James (Sr) 37 CROSS, Andrew (Sr) 37; Mary 54 CRUZ, Bridget de 38; Sebastiao de 38 CUERDEN, Thomas 137 CUMBERLAND (as place of origin) 182 CUNHA, Luiz da 60* CUNHA e ATAIDE, Nunes da (Protector) 6, 73, 90, 100*, 158, 182 DALE, Mary 109 DANIEL, John 84; Thomas 124 DANSON, Elizabeth 10 DANVERS (Lady) 130 DARCY, Francis (Sr) 40 DAVIES, Rowland 29 DA VIS, Jane 40; Pranzelo 40 DAUBENEY, Judith 41; (Lady) 41 DEATH, Thomas 41 DELAFONTAIN, Robert 42 DENBIGH (as place of origin) 45, 138, 157 DENHAM, Catherine 55 DENNETT, James 188; William 42 DENTON, Sarah 205 DERBYSHIRE (as place of origin) 55, 224 DERRY (Bishop of) see BRAMHALL, John DESCARTES, Rene 171 DEVEREUX, George 42 DEVON (as place of origin) 27, 111, 196 DIAS SANTOS, Cajetano 43 DICCONSON, Edward (Bishop) 54*,121,137; Elizabeth 37 DIGBY, Kenelm (Sir) 171 DILLON, Arthur 43; John Tully 43; (Lord) 3 DODD, Edward 44; Elizabeth 200; Francis 202 DOMINICANS 43, 229 DORSET (as place of origin) 9,36,62,66,107,141-2 DOUAI: ENGLISH COLLEGE 2-3,9-10,20- 21 *, 29-30, 33, 38*, 40-41*,47,56*-7*,59*,62*,74-5*,77,78*-9, 80*-81, 82*- 3*, 84*-5*,95*- 6,103*,105*,119,124- 7*,128*-9,130-1,133-4,136, 140*,146-7,150*,154*,161-2,163*-4*,167- 8*,173*, 177*, 183, 185*,187*,191*-2,193,197,204,206,208,210*-11*,213,215, 217-18, 221, 224*-6


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DOUGLASS, John (Bishop) 10, 19, 29, 34*, 36*, 44, 66, 142, 190, 193, 198, 200 DOVER 85; (Bishop of) 140 DOWLING, Joseph 44 DUBLIN (as place of origin) 25 DUBOURGH, John Paul 44 DUNMOW (Essex) 95 DUNN, Katherine 44 DURHAM (city) 48, 195 DURHAM (county, as place of origin) 4, 15,48-9, 69, 124, 209 DURTON (Lancashire) 10 DUTTON LODGE (Cheshire) 4 DUVAL, Adrian 44; Lucy 44 ECCLESTON (Lancashire) 42 EDWARDS, Robert 5, 54, 226; Edward 45 ELIOT, John 46 ELLIOTT, Isaac 36 ELHINGTON, Edward 179 ELSWICK (Lancashire) 66 EMMETT, Anne 215 ENGLEFIELD, Felix 36 ENTICK, John 180; Thomas 48-9 ESCO, Margaret 19 ESSEX (as place of origin) 83-4, 94-5* , 144- 5*, 187, 200, 219 ESTRINA, Jane 159 EURE, Elizabeth 107 EUXTON (Lancashire) 3 EVANS, Charles 50 EXETER 23* EYRE, Thomas 54 FAIRFAX, Mary 56 FALCOA, Maria 102 FAREN, Elizabeth 124 FARMIN, Charles 51 FARO (Algarve) 37 FELLOWS, Mary 200 FERMO 50 FEVERSHAM (Kent) 34 FISHER, Daniel 212*; Francis 51 FITTER, Daniel 23, 39, 198*, 216; Francis 23, 39; William 52-3 FITTON, Peter 191 FITZGERALD, Gregory 161 FITZHERBERT, Francis 55; William 54 FLEET, John 93, 209 FLINTSHIRE (as place of origin) 26, 73, 77, 138, 140


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FOIOS, Pedro de 109 FOOTHEAD, John Jonathan 55 FORSTER, William 55 FORTESCUE, Nicholas 124 FOSTER, Daniel 56 FOUNDER see COUTINHO, Pedro de FOWLER, Grace 26; Thomas 53 FREEMAN, Thomas 51, 98,159 FRYER, James (Sr) 57*; William 7,9,18-19*,37*,40,64,94,133,220 FULFORD (Yorkshire) 124 FULLER, Christopher 57 FURTADO, Andrea 193-4 GAGE, George 134, 169, 171, 198 GALLOWAY (Earl of) 104 GALVAS, Antonio 60 GASCOIGNE, William (Sr) 59; William 85 GATE, Dorothy 120 GENOA (as place of origin) 6, 59, 126, 145 GEORGE II 178 GHENT 87, 113; (Bishop of) 43 GHIGLINO, Francis 59 GmBONS, Walter 60 GmRALTAR 51 GmSON, Matthew (Bishop) 4,64,69,93, 137,224; William (Bishop) 209 GIFFARD, Bonaventure (Bishop) 29, 55, 63, 68, 82*,90,92, 100*, 111,116*,122*,203, Peter 143*, 216; Thomas 61 GILDON, Frances 62; Joseph 92, 116; Richard 62 GILL, Anne 14 GILLIBRAND, Anne 63 GffiLINGTON, Richard 63 GLAMORGAN (as place of orgin) 222 GLOVER, Edward 63; Mary 63 GOA 123 GOMEZ, Antonio 3* GOOD, John 122 GOODEN, Peter 212, Thomas 65 GOOLD, Jane 66; Thomas 66 GOOSNARGH (Lancashire) 35, 209* GORNALL, Grace 35*; Ralph 35; Richard 66 GOSHAM, Clementine 66; Thomas 66 GOTHER, John 51,118 GRANHAM, T. 93 GRANT, Elizabeth 36; Mr 228 GREEN, John 67; Richard 189 GREENHOUGH, James (Sr) 69 GREENWELL, Elizabeth 69; Thomas 69


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GREGSON, Anne 28 GRIFFIN, Edward 69; John 70 GRIXON 200 GUILDERS, Thomas 71 GUINEA 145 GUISE, Clement 156*-7; Richard 71; Thomas 71 HABBERTON, Catherine 72; Charles 72 HACKETT, Theobald 73 HAINTON, Lincolnshire 190 HALDAN BY , Catherine 73-4; Robert (Sr) 73-4 HALL, Thomas (Sr) 74-5; Thomas 24, 43, 64, 88, 104, 108, 122, 168, 202 HALSEY, [George] 208 HAMMON, John 79 HAMMOND, Henry 170*, 172* HAMPSHIRE 203; (as place of origin) 92, 112, 115, 186, 195 HANMER, John 141, 198*; Thomas (Sir) 77 HANNE, Charles 76 HARDCASTLE, John 3 HAREWOOD (Yorkshire) 190 HARGRAVE, Louisa 78; William (Sr) 78; William 32, 41, 47,103,133, 147,179-80 HARNAGE, Edward 79 HARPER see BERINGTON, John HARRINGTON, John 80; Mark 191; Thomas 79 HARRIS, Anne 163; [Richard (?)] 14; William (Capuchin) 71 HARRISON, Jane 29 HARTLEY, Richard 81 HARVEY, Henry 81 HASLEN, Mary 193 HASSALL, William (Sr) 82; William 1*, 29 HAWARDEN, Edward 215 HAWKINS, Elizabeth 74-5; John (Sr) 83; Mary 192; Richard 83; Robert 41; Thomas 83 HAYLES, Frances 55 HAYNES, Joseph 79*, 123*-4*, 219 HEA VISIDE, Elizabeth 209 HENRIETTA MARIA (Queen of England) 59 HERBERT, William see PHILIPS, William HERD, Elizabeth 224; Winifred 93 HEREFORDSHIRE (as place of origin) 15, 91, 155, 185 HERTEND, Elizabeth 190 HERTFORD SHIRE (as place of origin) 113 HESKETH, Catherine 115; Gabriel 85; Gabriel (of Whitehill) 86; Roger 149, 155; Thomas 28, 33, 113


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HEWITT, Margaret 128 HEYWOOD, John 87 HIGGS, Anne 88; Joseph 88 HILL, Elizabeth 18; Laurence 88 HILLIARD, Catherine 89*; Elizabeth 88-9; George 89*; Henry 88-9 HODDER, Hannah 111 HODGEN, Helen 93 HODGKINSON, Mary 137 HODGSON, 36 HODGSON, Anne 89; William 89 HOLBORN 115,128 HOLFORD, Peter 73*, 87, 98, 116, 119, 182*; Thomas 90 HOLLINSHEAD, Joseph 92 HOLMES, Edward 205 HOLYDAY, Charles 92 HOLYWELL (Wales) 157 HOLYWELL, Ellen 10 HORNYOLD, John Joseph (Bishop) 10, 55, 126, 132, 193 HORSLEIGH, Mary 132 HOUNSHILL, Elizabeth 92; Martin (Sr) 92 HOUSMAN, Frances 48-9 HOWARD, Philip (Cardinal) 227 HOWE, George 93 HUDSON, Susanna 51 HUGFORD, Lutetia 211 HUGHES, Anne 73 HULL (as place of origin) 223 HULL, William 93 HUNT, Elizabeth 92 HURST, Joseph 93-4; William 193 HUTCHINSON, Robert 94 HUTTON (Essex) 219 HYDE, William see BAYAERT, William ILMINGTON (Warwickshire) 197 INCE (Lancashire) 129 INGLETON, John 91 INNOCENT XI 165 INQUISITION (of Portugal) 31-2, 61, 71,130,139,143,146*,148,210, 216, 218*; (of Spain) 220 IPSTONES (Staffordshire) 93 IPSWICH 5 IRELAND 20, 75; (as place of origin) 25, 44, 60, 105, 132, 134, 160,163, 228 IRELAND, Edmund 30; John 94; Mary 29; Richard 150 ISLEWORTH 209


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JACKSON, Philip 146 JAMES II 9,75* JANSON, Elizabeth 42 JEFFERSON, Mary 189 JENKINSON, Christopher 25,73, 98, 114-5, 182, 203, 229 JENNINGS, Anthony 95; Charles 59, 200; Jerome 139, 194, 200; Mary 200 JERNINGHAM, George (Sr) 96 JESUITS see SOCIETY of JESUS JOHN V (King of Portugal) 50, 60, 71*,89,97-99*,107,113*,157 JOHNSON, Elizabeth 66; Henry 96; Thomas 192 JONES, Edward 12*,15,17*-19,24,43,48,55,62*,64,67,71,82,88*, 90*,104,108,115*,116-17,122*,178,180- 81*,186,202*, 204, 212, 215, 222, 228; Francis 97; John 102; Mary Magdalen 43; Samuel 102; William 101 JOSEPH (Prince of Portugal) 153 JULIAENS, Peter 209 JUSTINIANO, Laurence 102 KAY, George 103 KAYE, Anne 208 KEELING, John (Sr) 103; Mary 103 KENDALL, Richard 39 KENDRICK, Susan 104; William 104 KENT (as place of origin) 34, 214 KEY, Peter 67,89, 156 KING, Gerard 28 KINGTON (Middlesex) 192 KITCHEN, Edward (alias MARSDEN) 69,92 LACEDAEMONIA (Bishop of) see CARDOSO CASTELLO LACY, Francis 3; Mary 42 LAFEE, Duchoy 105; Elizabeth 105 LAMBSPRING 120- 21 LAMEROS, Leonora dellos 160 LANCASHIRE 36; (as place of origin) 1, 3, 6, 10*, 12, 14, 16, 19, 21 , 28*-30,35*,42,65-6,69,77,85- 86*,93*- 94*,115,120, 122, 129, 133,137,151,161*-2,168,178,193,196-7,201,209*, 214-15, 220*, 224 LANCASTER 28 LANGLEY, Holdenby 106; Mary 57* LANGRACK, Mary 101 LANGWORTH, Mary 83 LATHWELL, Daniel 122; John 122; Mary 122 LAYTON, Anne 103 LEE 44; Catherine 1 LEmZELTERN, Baroness von 209


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LEIGHTON, Thomas 107 LEIRIA (Bishop of) see LENCASTRE, Joseph de LENCASTRE, Joseph de (Bishop of Leiria and Protector) 21, 168 LENCASTRE, Verissimo de (Protector) 26*, 35, 65, 70, 73, 97, 140-41, 144, 185, 187,225,227

LENNOX (Duke of) 56 LESTER, Francis (Sr) 107 LEWIN, Charles 107 LEWIS, Frances 222 LEYBURN, George 30, 62, 169*, 173*; John (Bishop) 74, 86, 155, 173 LIDDELL, William 109 LINCOLNSHIRE (as place of origin) 20,32,55,88, 104, 131, 169-70, 190, 197

LISBON (as place of origin) 8, 24, 102, 125-6, 136, 159, 161, 190, 197 LISBON: ARCHBISHOP see SOUSA, Joao de LISBON: BASILICA 16,60 LISBON: BRIDGETTINES see LISBON: SYON LISBON: CHAPTER 11,23,69,152,188,194,216 LISBON: CORPO SANTO 38 LISBON: DIOCESE 144, 213 LISBON: DOMINICANS 40 LISBON: EARTHQUAKE 3,117*,130,153 LISBON: FORT of ST GEORGE 131 LISBON: IRISH COLLEGE 25 LISBON: MISERICORDIA 98* LISBON: ROYAL HOSPITAL 131 * LISBON: ST CATHERINE'S 131*, 218 LISBON: ST ROCH 19,111,113,131 LISBON: SYON 13,64,70*,91-2,98,101,108,120,122,177,188-9, 195, 197,213,227

LISBON: TRINITARIANS 164 LITTLE CROSBY (Lancashire) 214 LIVERPOOL 22 LLANFYLLIN 138 LLOYD, John (Sr) 109; John 25,36,56,72,97, 116, 178,203,229; Walter 110

LOCKE, Richard (Sr) 111 LONDON 22,36,48,57,60*,66,68,92,124-5,143,152,157,193,202 LONDON (as place of origin) 3*, 7, 10, 20*, 22-3*, 24-5, 29*, 33-4, 37, 40-42*,43*-4*,50-51*,55,64,66,71-2,74-5,83,87-8*, 89, 94, 96, 101-2,104-7,112,114*,124,128-9,132-3,141,151-2,156, 158, 160, 169, 177, 179-80, 181-2,200,203,205,208*-9,211,213,227-9 LONDON (Bishop of) 141 * LONDON: DISTRICT 19,120-21 LONDON: PORTUGUESE EMBASSY 3,60*,132,164,171 LOROUX, Jane 44

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LOVEDEN, Anthony (Sr) 112 LUCAS, Henrietta 112; Henry 112 LUCY, Edward 94; Henry 113 LUDGATE 157 LUIZA (Queen Regent of Portugal) 164-5*,199 LUND, Helen 209*; John 220 LUTLEY, Mary 37 MacCARTHY , Charles 114 MacDANIEL, Cecilia 60 McDONNELL, Barnaby 114; Margaret 114 MACKWORTH, Thomas (Sr) 114; Thomas 203 MADEW, Edward 218 MADRID 32,38,56,60,123-4,131,146, 180, 196,218 MAIRE, Henry 94; John (Sr) 115 MALBRANCH, Francis 25 MANCHESTER 119, 205, 208 MANLEY, John 11*, 28*, 33*,47,72,90,97,100*,126,130*,153 MANOEL (Prince of Portugal) 86 MANSFIELD, Edward 118 MANW ARIN G, Charles 118 MARIA I (Queen of Porugal) 153 MARSDEN see KITCHEN, Edward MARSH, Edward 119 MARSTON MOOR 140 MARYLAND 27* MASON, William 120 MASSEY, Anne 4 MASTERS, John 115; Mary 115 MATTHEWS 170-71 * MAUGHAN, Mary 71 MAWDESLEY, William 4,19,48,55,65,68,73,87,98,101,107 , 119, 149, 155*, 157, 179-80, 182, 186, 207, 215* MAYLER, Henry 56, 79, 84 MAYNARD, Ellen 136; William 220 MEAD, Austin 124 MELLO, Francisco de 16, 164*-5 MELLONAX, Anne 214 MERCHANT TAYLORS' SCHOOL 152 METCALF, Leonard 124 METZ (Prince of) 123 MEYNELL, Jane 136; Robert 59, 216 MIDDLESEX (as place of origin) 107,192 MIDDLEWICH (Cheshire) 119 MIDELMORE, Mary 67 MIDHURST (Sussex) 208 MIDLAND DISTRICT 36


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MILES, John (Sr) 125 MILLS, Anne 126; George 126 MILNER, John (Bishop) 188 MIN, Mary 79 MOLYNEUX, William 63 MONMOUTH SHIRE 110; (as place of origin) 2, 65, 139, 220-21, 223 MONTGOMERYSHIRE (as place of origin) 154 MORASSO, Agatha Teresa 126; Paul Jerome 126 MORE, Mary 127 MORGAN, Anthony 30, 33; Dorothy 127; Griffith 127; Jane 128; John (Sr) 128; John 149, 198; Robert 12 MORLEY, James 128; (Lord) 77 MORTON, Thomas (Bishop of Durham) 169-70 MOSTYN (family) 92 NANFAN, William (Sr) 129 NASH, Mary 129; Peter 129 NAYLOR, J. Placid 57* NEEDHAM, John Turberville 152 NEW ARKE, Jane 202 NEWCOME, John 21 NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE 48,134,198 NEW GATE 128, 203 NEWMAN, William 31,78-80,124*,147,216,220 NEWTON, Anne 131; Thomas 131 NICHOLLS, Francis 132 NICHOLSON, Francis 17*, 89, 99*; Joseph 132 NIEUPORT 75-6 NIZA (Marquis of) 187 NORFOLK (as place of origin) 57-58*,81,202,206*-7*,208,213 NORFOLK (Duke of) 47 NORRIS, Joseph 132 NORTH, John 14, 31, 161, 191 NORTHAMPTONSHIRE (as place of origin) 18,40, 122, 127,225 NORTHERN DISTRICT 64, 112 NORTHUMBERLAND (as place of origin) 134, 149, 198 NORTON (Somerset) 57 NOWLAND, Catherine 151 NUGENT (Major) 134 NUNCIO (in Portugal) see BICHI, Vincenzo NYREN, Sylvana 51 OLD HALL (Ware) 34, 142, 190, 209 OLDBOROUGH (Yorkshire) 94 OGLE, Thomas 134 O'LEARY, Arthur 19 OLIOLI, Pedro de (Sr) 135*; Pedro 161


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OPORTO 126*, 146, 220, 227-8; (as place of origin) 27, 136, 220 ORANCHAS (Marquis of) 145 ORMSKIRK 93- 4,188 OSCOTT 92, 102, 148,209 OSTEND 53* OULTON 54 OUNDLE 18 OWEN, Simon (Sr) 135 OXFORD Queen's College 198; St John's College 152; University 111 OXFORDSHIRE (as place of origin) 81, 160, 183 PALMER, Samuel 136 P ALMES, Marmaduke 136 PALYART, Joachim 136* PARIS 10, 75*, 85, 95, 113, 124*-5, 129, 168 PARIS: ARRAS COLLEGE 133 PARIS: BLUE NUNS 62, 125* PARIS: NAVARRE COLLEGE 123-4 PARIS: ORATORY 15, 52, 59, 164, 194, 199,221 PARIS: ST GREGORY 9,74-5,91*,180-1 PARIS: SORBONNE 74,80,91,133 PARIS: TOURNAY COLLEGE 111*,125 PARKINSON, Elizabeth 168; Thomas 137 PARRY, [Bonaventure (?)] O.F.M. 71; Edward 212; John (Sr) 138; John 139, 157; Philip 96; Pierce 163; Rice 139; William 138 PASTON, Wulstan 206 P ATTINS (Shropshire) 179 PAVIER, Jane 140; Richard 140 PEACH, Henry 43-4 PEDRO II (King of Portugal) 165 PEGG, Mary 106 PEMBROKESHIRE (as place of origin) 127 PENDRILL, Laurence 141; Sarah 141 PENNANT, Thomas 77* PENNY, George (Sr) 141 PERA (Quinta de) 99*, 106* PERCY, Nathanael 142 PERES, Anna 99; Antonio 99 PERKINS, Elizabeth 34 PERROTT, John (Sr) 142; John 7-8,61,85,107,184,193*,200 211-12, 216 PERSON, Mary 94 PETRE, Benjamin (Bishop) 117,154; Elizabeth 144; Francis 17*, 24*, 43, 64, 104*, 108, 116, 122, 202, 228*; Francis (Bishop) 3, 195; John (Sr) 144; Joseph (Sr) 145* PHILIP, Mary 208 PHILIPS, William 15


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PIACENZA 215 PICARDO, Benedetto 145; Maria Francesca 145 PICKERING, Edward 146; Francis (Sr) 146; Francis 118 PICKFORD, Edward 20,26, 30-31 *, 32, 78, 83, 103, 127*-8, 150*, 154*, 164, 183*, 198, 204*, 206, 210, 213, 216, 224

PICPUS 9 PIERCE, Mary 5; Thomas (Sr) 149 PILKINGTON, Mary 114 PINCKARD, Robert 4 PINDER, Anne 124 PINHERIA, Dominica 199 PLESINGTON, [Joseph] 149 POMBAL (Marquis of) 3*, 153 PONTE de LIMA (Marquis of) 190* POPISH PLOT 22,111,128,176 PORTALEGRE see RUSSELL, Richard (Bishop [of Portalegre]) PORTUGAL: QUEEN of 25*, 56 POTTS, John 149 POWELL, Hugh 150; John 220; Thomas 13, 69, 125, 134, 138 POYNTER, William (Bishop) 34, 209 POYNTZ, Gilbert 151 PRENDERGAST, Patrick 151 PRESTON, Henry 227; John (Sr) 152; John 1*,11,121; Margaret 93-4 PRESTWICH (Lancashire) 35 PRETTY, Harfield 52-4 PRICE, Edward 154 PRICHARD, John 155 PRIVY COUNCIL 125 PROTECTOR 2*,6,9,13*-14*,18-19,21,26*,30*-31*,35,40*-41*, 46-47*,54-5,61,70,73*,76-78*,80,90,95*,100*,102-3*,105, 111*,116,125*,128,133*,138*-9,140*-1,144,146*-7*,150*, 154*-5, 158, 162*-3, 170, 181 *-2*, 183*, 185-7*, 191 *, 198*, 204*, 210-11*,216,218*,221,225,227 PRYME, Jerome 1, 17, 24, 39* -40*, 43, 49*, 60*, 65, 67*, 69*, 88-9*, 104,108,110*,115*- 16,122,132*,202-3* PUERTO SANTA MARIA 160 PUGH, Andrew 71; Anne 155; Owen 157; Roger 156 PURCELL, Catherine 158; John 158; John 158 PUTCHIN, Mary 205

• QUESTALL, John 91 RADCLIFFE, Anne (Lady) 51, 65, 212 RAND, Sarah 223 RA VARA, Anna Maria de 6 RA VENHILL, H. Anne 132

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RED RIFF , Mary 102 REISON, Laurence 159 REVELL FUND 159 REYNOLDS, William (Sr) 160; William 212 REYNOLDSON, Mary 2 RICE, Bartholomew 160 RICHMOND (Duchess of) 68 RILEY, Charles 160; Mary 160 RINGWOOD (Hampshire) 92 RIO DO JANEIRO 9 RIVERS (Lady) 13 5 ROBAU, Anna 161; John 135; Peter 161 ROBINSON, Gerard 24,151; John (Sr) 161; John (1) 94,161*- 2*,216; Margaret 57; Thomas (Sr) 161-2 ROCHELLE, LA 123-4, 161 ROCK, Samuel 163 ROGERS, Patrick 163 ROME 29-30, 32, 76*, 196, 218- 20 ROME: ENGLISH COLLEGE 29,45,50*,71*,78,81-2*,101-2,108*, 111-12,114-15,118,120-21,140,170,177*,189*,203*, 214-15, 217, 224 ROUSE, Margaret 118 ROUT, Richard 163 RUPERT (Prince) 113 RUSSELL, Richard (Sr) 164; Richard (Bishop) 5-6*, 23, 34*, 43*-4, 46, 51*-2,64,81*,119,132,137,149*,151,160,163-4,167,170*-3*, 176*- 7,188,202,206-7*,208,212-13,217-18,226,229 SADLER, John 168 ST OMERS 2, 14,29,71,78, 108, 118, 140,215,217,223-4 SALISBURY, Clare 194 SALMESBURY 115 SALTMARSH, Gerald 82 SALVIN, William (Sr) 168 SAN LUCAR 126; (as place of origin) 37 SANDERS, Antoine 127 SA VAGE, P. T. 1; Thomas (Viscount) 169* SCARISBRICK (Lancashire) 14 SEDGLEY PARK 35, 66, 129, 160, 187 SERGEANT, John 2, 35, 96, 143*, 161, 195; William 169 SETUBAL 2, 14 SEVILLE 7*,31,80,102,123,131,179-80,197 SHARP, Francis 177; John 152; Matthew 37 SHARROCK, William (Bishop) 142 SHAW, [Gerard] 124 SHEFFIELD 23 SHEPPARD, John (Sr) 177,209


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SHEPPERD, John 118, 189 SHILLETT, Samuel 76 SHIMMELL, John 178 SHIRLEY, Henry 32, 47, 78; James (Sr) 180; James 28*,33*,48 SHORT, Thomas (Sr) 181; Thomas 162 SHROPSHIRE 54; (as place of origin) 13-14, 18, 33, 61, 80, 82- 3, 158*-9,178-9,201,226 SIENA (as place of origin) 16 SILVA FRANCES, Manoel (Bishop of Tagaste) 4,86,90,179,182 SIMONS, Thomas 181 SIMPSON, Anne 85; John 182 SISSON, Elizabeth 28 SIZERGH (Westmorland) 192 SKELTON, James 33, 98, 130, 155, 222*; Mary 182; Nicholas 28; Richard 182 SKINNER, Edward 30; George 184; John (Sr) 183 SKYTTE, Laurence 147- 8 SLAUGHTER, George 4,11-12*,15*,18,62*,67,88*,90,94*,101, 115*,130*,155*,178*-81,215,222 SMITH, Anthony 162; Benjamin (Sr) 187; James (Bishop) 137; John 189; Richard (Bishop) 32, 52, 80*, 84-5, 124*-5, 133, 150, 199, 210, 215*, 218,220; Robert 10,45,64-5,70, 137, 140, 144, 151, 187; Thomas 186; Thomas 188 SMITHSON, James 63 SOCIETY of JESUS 12,19,30,36,45,50,108*,111-13,131*,146,151, 177 SOHO: ST PATRICK'S 209 SOMERSET (as place of origin) 57*, 151 SOMERSET, Elizabeth 228 SOTOMAYOR, Francisco de (Bishop of Targa) 7-8,15*-16,61-2,107* , 143,185,193*-4*,211-12,216,221 SOUSA, Joao de (Archbishop of Lisbon) 61,110,132,168 SOUSA COUTINHO, Francisco de 161 SOUTELL, Patrick 190; Teresa Mary 190 SOUTHCOTE, John 180, 220 SPAIN 24*,25*,30 SPAIN, William 190 SPARROW, Anthony (Sr) 190 SPEARING, Frances 22 STAFFORDSHIRE (as place of origin) 5, 13, 37, 39*,43,46, 52-4, 68, 87,93,97, 102-3, 130, 163, 192,225 STARKEY, Henry (Sr) 191; Henry 162 STICK, Robert 192 STOCKTON 4 STONOR, John Talbot (Bishop) 83 STOREY, Anne 149 STRICKLAND, George 192; Jarrard (Sr) 192; Jarrard 129


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STUART, James Francis Edward (' James III') 9, 196* STUTTARD, John 192 SUFFOLK (as place of origin) 5, 41, 169, 181 SUMNER, Edward 193 SURREY 102; (as place of origin) 44 SUSSEX (as place of origin) 163, 208 SUTTON, Robert 194; Stephen 194 TAGASTE (Bishop of) see SILVA FRANCES TALBOT, James (Bishop) 36, 44, 57, 151, 192, 197; Thomas (Bishop) 94, 160, 187; William 146 TALSBURGH, Charles 195 TANGIERS 54; (as place of origin) 60 TANNER (or TAVERNER) Rachel 107- 8 TARGA (Bishop of) see SOTOMAYOR or CUNHA e AT AIDE TATTERSHALL, Laurence 196 TAVERNER (or TANNER) Rachel) 107-8 TAVORA, Francisca de 193-4* TAYLOR, Anne 220; Elizabeth 180; Thomas (Sr) 197; Thomas 70; Thomas (apothecary) 197 TENERIFFE 201 THATCHER FUND 192 THEATINES 135*, 199 THIMBLEBY, Catherine 5; Mrs 104 THOMAS, Catherine 44; Susan 141 THORNBROUGH,MMY~

THORNHILL, Elizabeth 163 TIDYMAN, John 198 TILDEN, Thomas 51-2*,55,61,77,112,142*,164,171*-2*,193 , 207 , 212*,221*; William 198 TILLINGHAM, Edmund 200 TIMMINGS, Samuel 200 TICHBORNE, Sarah 214 TOMMINS, George (Sr) 200; Robert 200 TOOTELL, Christopher 36, 196 TOWNLEY, Cecily 192 TRAPLIN, Catherine 201; John 201 TRAPPISTS 193 TRENT: CATECHISM 165 TRINIDAD 94 TUDOR, Anne 43 TUNSTALL, [Marmaduke] 109 TURNER, Catherine 114; Ellen 178; Richard 15, 44 TWEEDEL, Anthony 124 TWYFORD 63*, 92, 118, 126, 130 TYBURN 22


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UGTHORPE 89, 137 UNDERHILL, James 6 UNSWORTH, Mary 69 US HAW 10, 46,54, 119, 190 VACCARO, Domenico Maria 59*; Maria Peregrino 59 VALENCIENNES 167 VALENTINE, Mary 42 VALLADOLID: ENGLISH COLLEGE 2,12*,14,29,33,37,47*,57*, 78, 85, 91, 94, 193,226

VANCAM, John (Sr) 203 VANE, John 18, 62, 90, 94,119,127,178*,208 VEYGA, Francisco de 165 VENICE (as place of origin) 8 VICARS APOSTOLIC 48, 60, 97, 186, 212 VICTOR, Edward 204; Francis 26, 96, 128*, 147, 169, 198*,206 VILLARMA YOR (Count of) see ALEGRETE (Marquis of) VIZEU see RUSSELL, Richard (Bishop [of Vizeu]) WADE, Mary 156 WAGNER, Frederick (Sr) 205 WAGSTAFFE, Charles 205 WALDEGRAVE, Henry (Sr) 206-7; Nicholas 12,67 WALKER, Elizabeth 197; Samuel 208; Tryphina 208 WALLINGFORD (Berkshire) 72 WALMSLEY, Charles (Bishop) 23,57 WALTER, Samuel 208 WALTON, William (Bishop) 42,149; William (Sr) 208 WAPSHOTT, John 208; Rebecca 208 WARD, Mary 187 WAREHAM (Dorset) 36 WAREING, David 209; William 209*; William (Bishop) 209 WARHAM, Philip 209 WARING, Charles 211; Humphrey 2,8,13*-14,30,47,96,110*-11, 138-9*,142,186-7,191,197,206,216

WARRILOW, William 198 WARRINGTON 193 WARWICKSHIRE (as place of origin) 7,69,149,184-5,187,197, 210-11

WATERS, Margaret 50 WATKINSON, John 211; Mathias 6,12*,34*,51,63,65,71,74*- 5,97, 115, 119, 157, 167-8,217,227*

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WEST INDIES: VICARIATE 24 WESTBROOK (Suffolk) 5 WESTBY, Elizabeth 86 WESTCOMBE, Eleanor 35 WESTMORLAND (as place of origin) 192 WESTON (Buckinghamshire) 200 WHALE, Thomas 213 WHARTON, Henry 214 WHETNALL, Henry 214; Thomas 214-15 WHITAKER, Humphrey 2, 52, 69, 111, 198-9, 210; Joshua 215 WHITCHURCH (Shropshire) 18 WHITE, John 217-18; John 218; Mary 218; Thomas 32*, 77,123,127, 146*, 148, 172*

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WHITECHAPEL 203 WHITEHEAD, Elizabeth 142 WHITEHILL (Lancashire) 86 WHITEHOUSE, Mary 119 WHITTINGHAM (Northumberland) 149 WHITTINGHAM, Thomas 81 WHITTLE, Sarah 226 WHOLY, Thomas (alias PORTER) 55 WIG AN 69 WILCOCK, George 220; Peter 209 WILKINSON, Bridget 177; John 220 WILLIAMS, Griffith 222; John (1) 16,29,41, 45, 51, 85*, 216; Mary 152; Reginald (father of Roger) 223; Reginald (father of Reginald) 223; Thomas 220; William 222

WINCHESTER 1 WINDEBANK, Catherine 118 WINDER, Peter 168; William 224 WINDSOR, Anthony 224 WINSTANLEY, Edmund 93,193,208; Thomas 224 WINTER, Mary 209 WITHAM (Essex) 187 WITHAM, George (Bishop) 38* WIXHALL (Shropshire) 18 WOLVERHAMPTON 53,192 WOOD, Mary 82 WOODRUFF, Anne 225; Robert (Sr) 225; Robert 106 WOODWARD, Thomas 31 WOOLFE, Francis 226; Thomas 226 WOOLFE FUND 226-7 WORCESTERSHIRE (as place of origin) 56, 67, 107, 129, 142,224,226 WRATH, Mary 90 WRIGHT, Edmund 227 (Sr); [John] 190; John 228; Mary 228; Thomas 178

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WYCLIFFE (Yorkshire) 109 WYVILL, Leonard 229 YATES, Walter 77,79* YORK 10, 21, 76 YORKSHmE (as place of origin) 2,17,26,40,47,49,58,73-4,76,79*, 89, 93-4, 103, 108-9, 124*, 126, 136, 140*, 159, 168, 188, 190, 193- 4*

YOUNG, Eustatia 36; Patrick 36

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