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List of Blundell Fellows

The Fellows of the College on the Blundell Foundation are listed below, with the dates of their election to the Fellowship. Most of them were previously Blundell Scholars (about two out of three of whom became Fellows until 1852). Some died young, or left no trail which is obvious, but the majority of them, like Domus Fellows of the College, spent the greater part of their lives as incumbents of country parishes.

1602

John Berry

1608

Christopher West

1615

John Wood

1629

Edward Prowse

1642

Richard Spurway

1648

Richard Bennet

1654

Hugh Standon

1662

Roger Tozer

1663

Richard Kyrton

1667

George Burton

1676

John Newte

1679

John Haycroft

1680

William Abell

1685

William Chilcot

1686

Adam Lugg

1691

John Pain

1692

Walter Elford

1699

Abraham Pain

1700

John Bradford

1707

Henry Fisher

1713

Bartholomew Richards

1717

John Jones

1720

John Spurway

1724

Humphrey Quick

1728

John Land

1729

Robert Dagge

1733

John Walker

1735

George Sanford

1738

Arthur Culme

1744

John Foot

1752

Bartholomew Davey

1752

John Davy

1755

Theophilus Blackall

1762

Samuel Cooke

1764

John Coles

1770

Henry Hutton

1771

William Brudenell Barter

1774

Thomas Tanner

1775

John Barnes

1780

John Squary Clapp

1785

Thomas Sweet [Escott]

1792

Richard Hoblyn

1797

George Scobell

1800

William Cowland

1805

Thomas Moore [Stevens]

1806

Charles Barter

1809

Carrington Ley

1816

Charles [Trelawney] Collins

1817

William Marwood Tucker

1823

John Besly

1826

Edward Kitson

1831

Samuel Henry Walker

1836

Lewis Welsh Owen

1837

Richard Hill

1840

William James Jenkins

1842

Frederick Temple

1848

William Charles Salter

1852

Donald Millman Owen

 

- John Jones


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