ENGLISH SCHOLARS — OXFORD

ALUMNI OXIONIENSES: the Memoirs of the University of Oxford, 1715-1886: Their Parentage

By Joseph Foster of the University of Oxford - 1892 Oxford, England. The named colleges, including Trinity are constituent arms of the University in Oxford, England. Trinity College of Dublin, Ireland is a separate entity. Residences of fathers should pinpoint places of birth in parish registers of England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland.

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DALTON, CHARLES BROWNE, 2nd son of Charles Dalton of Kelvedon, Essex, cleric. Matriculated at Wadham College 2 July 1829; aged 19. B.A. 1833; fellow 1834-5; M.A. 1836; junior bursar 1837; chaplain of Lincoln’s Inn; presbyter of St. Paul’s Cathedral 1845; vicar of Highgate 1854-78.

DALTON, CHARLES HENRY GEORGE, 3rd son of Henry Dalton of Hound House,  Surrey, cleric. Matriculated at Exeter College 23 May 1861; aged 18. B.A. 1864; of Lincoln’s Inn 1865.

DALTON, COLIN GRANT, 6th son of Foster Dalton of Parkstone, Dorset. Matriculated at Trinity College 24 Nov. 1876; aged 18; B.A. 1880; M.A. 1883; vicar of Wincanton, Somerset 1885.

DALTON, FITZGERALD VERITY, 1st son of Henry Robert Samuel Dalton of Dems, Beds. Matriculated at Christ Church 4 June 1881; age 18.

DALTON, FREDERICK THOMAS, 3rd son of Charles Brown Dalton of London, cleric. Matriculated at Corpus Christi College 22 Oct. 1874; age 18 as a scholar. B.A. 1878; M.A. 1884; of Lincoln’s Inn 1881.

DALTON, GUSTAVUS GEORGE, 1st son of Edward Dalton of Dublin, Ireland. Matriculated at Trinity College 16 June 1829; aged 18.

DALTON, HARRISON, 5th son of Richard Dalton of Gipping, Suffolk. Matriculated at Trinity College 5 June 1845; aged 20. B.A. 1849; M.A. 1852; barrister-at-law, Middle Temple 1849.

DALTON, HENRY,  matriculated at Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland; B.A. 1827, M.A. 1845.

Ad eundem 2 June 1852. Chaplain to the Duke of Leinster and curate of Clovelly, Devon.

Died 6 Nov. 1869.

DALTON, HENRY ROBERT SAMUEL, 1st  son of Henry Dalton of Bridgenorth, Salop, cleric. Matriculated at Christ Church 2 June 1852; aged 17. B.A. 1857.

DALTON, REV. HERBERT ANDREW, 1st son of Charles Brown Dalton of Lambeth, Surrey. Matriculated at Corpus Christi College 18 Oct. 1871; age 19 as a scholar;  senior student at Christ Church 1875-8. B.A. 1875; M.A. 1878; assistant master at Winchester College 1884.

DALTON, JAMES, son of John Dalton of Pembrey, Co. Carmarthen. Matriculated at Jesus College 13 Feb. 1732-3; aged 19.

DALTON, JAMES, son of Thomas Dalton of Crosby, Cumberland. Matriculated at Queens College 20 Mar. 1763; aged 18 as a plebeian (commoner) B.A. 1768; M.A. 1771.

DALTON, REV. JAMES O.S.  -a nephew of Sir Cecil Wray of Dimsdale, Co. Durham, cleric. Matriculated at Worcester College 20 June 1850; aged 19. B.A. 1855; M.A. 1859. Died 7 Nov. 1862.

     See Foster’s Yorkshire Collection.

DALTON, JOHN, son of John Dalton of Whitehaven, Cumberland, cleric. Matriculated at Queens College 2 Nov. 1725; aged 16. B.A. 1730; M.A. 1734; Bachelor and Doctor of Divinity 1750.

DALTON, JOHN, son of Nathaniel Dalton of Cucklington, Somerset, cleric. Matriculated at Hertford College 1 June 1742; aged 17. B.A. 21 Jan. 1745-6.

DALTON, JOHN, son of John Dalton of Cucklington, Somerset, cleric. Matriculated at Queens College 27 May 1772; aged 17.

DALTON, JOHN, son of Francis Dalton of Swaftham, Norfolk. Matriculated at Christ Church 26 Oct. 1809; aged 18.

DALTON, JOHN, 2nd son of Edward Dalton of Fulham, Middlesex, gent. Matriculated at St. Mary’s Hall 5 Nov. 1822; age 25.

DALTON, JOHN Created D.C.L. 21 June 1832. Author of ‘The Atomic Theory’; professor of mathematics and natural philosophy in the New College, Manchester 1793-99; F.R.S. gold medal 1826; member of the ‘Institute of France’; president of the Chemistry, Mineralogy and Chemical Arts Departments of the British Association at Oxford 1832; died 27 July 1844. See Life Painting by James Lonsdale  2 Aug. 1825 in Manchester.

 

DALTON, JOSEPH BARDGETT, 3rd son of Thomas Dalton of Whitehaven, Cumberland, cleric. Matriculated at Queens College 9 Feb. 1860; aged 17. B.A. 1863; M.A. 1866; vicar of St. James, Whitehaven 1871-78.

DALTON, NATHANIEL, son of Nathaniel Dalton of Cucklington, Somerset, cleric. Matriculated at Balliol College 15 April 1736; aged 16.

DALTON, NATHANIEL, son of John Dalton of Cucklington, Somerset, cleric. Matriculated at Queens College 27 May 1772; aged 18.

DALTON, ORMONDE MADDOCK, 2nd  son of Thomas Masters Dalton of Cardiff, Co. Glanmorgan. Matriculated at New College 16 Oct. 1884; aged 18. (b. 1866 - d. 1945)

DALTON, RICHARD, 1st son of Richard Dalton of Brighton, Sussex. Matriculated at University College 2 July 1732; aged 18. B.A. 1837; M.A. 1850; rector of Kelmarsh, Northants, 1862.

DALTON, RICHARD CHARLES, 1st son of Richard Dalton of Bircham, Norfolk, cleric. Matriculated Non Collegiate 14 Oct. 1882; aged 20.

DALTON, RICHARD HARRISON, 1st son of Harrison Dalton of London. Matriculated at Oriel College 15 Oct. 1877; aged 19. Of Lincoln’s Inn 1880.

DALTON, THOMAS, son of John Dalton of Crosby, Cumberland, pleb. Matriculated at Queens College 6 June 1753; aged 19. B.A. 1757; Fellow M.A. 1760; B.D. 1776; vicar of Carisbrooke 1782, until his death 12 May 1822.

DALTON, WALTER, 3rd son of Arthur Dalton of Swansea, Glanmorgan, gent. Matriculated at Pembrooke College 30 Nov. 1858; aged 18. B.A. 1864; M.A. 1865.

DALTON, WILLIAM, son of Richard Dalton of Bond Street, London. Matriculated at Queens College 12 Mar. 1742-3; aged 17.

DALTON, REV. WILLIAM, M.A. Trinity College, Dublin 1832 (B.A. 1823); 2nd son of George Forster Dalton of Dublin, Ireland. Admitted ‘ad eundem gradum’ to Pembrooke College (incorporated 19 Nov. 1846  - earned degree); aged 45. Bachelor of Divinity 26 Nov. 1846. 

Notes: Lincoln’s Inn and Middle Temple are inns of court: ancient association of lawyers for those who rose to degree or rank of a barrister-at-law. The latin term ad eundem gradum (to the same degree) recognized B.A.s from other colleges, when admitted to Oxford. Students at the residence halls of Christ’s Church and St. Mary’s and noncollegiates  (not living at a college or permanent residence hall) usually had private tutors.

 


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