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Trinity College, Cambridge University is in Cambridge University.

Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

In 1522 Thomas Wriothesley 1st Earl of Southampton (age 16) admitted at Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

In 1546 Archbishop Matthew Hutton (age 17) became a sizar at Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map]. He graduated BA in 1552. Became a Fellow in 1553. Graduated MA in 1555 and BD in 1562.

In 1546 Bishop John Christopherson became a Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

In 1551 William Bill (age 46) was appointed Master of Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

Around 1551 William Gerard was born to William Gerard (age 28) and Dorothy Page. He was educated at Harrow School and Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

In 1553 Bishop John Christopherson was appointed Master of Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map] which post he held until 1558.

In 1553 Roger Townshend (age 9) was educated at Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

Around 1558 Thomas Cecil 1st Earl Exeter (age 15) educated at Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

In 1558 William Bill (age 53) was appointed Master of Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

Around 1560 Nicholas Bacon 1st Baronet (age 20) educated at Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

Around 1560 Nathaniel Bacon (age 14) educated at Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

In 1560 George Carey 2nd Baron Hunsdon (age 13) was educated at Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

Around 1564 Michael Stanhope (age 15) educated at Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

In 1568 Baptist Hicks 1st Viscount Campden (age 11) was educated at Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

Around Apr 1570 Edward Zouche 11th Baron Zouche Harringworth (age 13) was educated at Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

In 1571 Edward Zouche 11th Baron Zouche Harringworth (age 14) graduated Master of Arts: Cambridge University at Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

Around Apr 1573 Charles Fotherby (age 24) became as sizar at Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

In 1575 Charles Fotherby (age 26) became as scholar at Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

In 1576 or 1577 Charles Fotherby (age 28) was awarded BA by Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

In 1577 Robert Devereux 2nd Earl Essex (age 11) educated at Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

In 1577 Bishop John Still (age 43) was appointed Master of Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

In 1579 Charles Fotherby (age 30) became a Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

In 1580 Charles Fotherby (age 31) was awarded BA by Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

In 1587 Charles Fotherby (age 38) was awarded BA by Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

Around 1592 Heneage Finch (age 12) was educated at Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

In 1596 Heneage Finch (age 16) was awarded Bachelor of Arts at Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

Around Apr 1623 John Kelyng (age 15) matriculated from Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

In 1628 John Fenwick (age 25) matriculated at Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

On 18 Apr 1644 Charles Wheler 2nd Baronet (age 24) was ejected from Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map]. The reason is now known.

Around 1651 Francis Willoughby (age 15) educated at Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

Evelyn's Diary. 31 Aug 1654. Trinity College [Map] is said by some to be the fairest quadrangle of any university in Europe; but in truth is far inferior to that of Christ Church, in Oxford; the hall is ample and of stone, the fountain in the quadrangle is graceful, the chapel and library fair. There they showed us the prophetic manuscript of the famous Grebner, but the passage and emblem which they would apply to our late King, is manifestly relating to the Swedish; in truth, it seems to be a mere fantastic rhapsody, however the title may bespeak strange revelations. There is an office in manuscript with fine miniatures, and some other antiquities, given by the Countess of Richmond, mother of Henry VIII, and the before-mentioned Archbishop Williams, when Bishop of Lincoln. The library is pretty well stored. The Greek Professor had me into another large quadrangle cloistered and well built, and gave us a handsome collation in his own chamber.

On 12 Jun 1655 Geoffrey Palmer 3rd Baronet was born to Lewis Palmer 2nd Baronet  1630-1713 (age 25). In 1672 he was admitted to Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

In Jun 1661 Isaac Newton (age 18) entered Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map] which become his home for the next thirty-five years.

Around 1665 Charles Berkeley 2nd Earl Berkeley (age 15) educated at Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

Pepy's Diary. 08 Oct 1667. And then to the garden, and there eat many grapes, and took some with us and so away thence, exceeding well satisfied, though not to that degree that, by my old esteem of the house, I ought and did expect to have done, the situation of it not pleasing me. Here we parted with Lowther (age 26) and his friends, and away to Cambridge, it being foul, rainy weather, and there did take up at the Rose [Map], for the sake of Mrs. Dorothy Drawwater, the vintner's daughter, which is mentioned in the play of Sir Martin Marrall. Here we had a good chamber, and bespoke a good supper; and then I took my wife, and W. Hewer (age 25), and Willet, it holding up a little, and shewed them Trinity College [Map] and St. John's Library [Map], and went to King's College Chapel [Map], to see the outside of it only; and so to our inne, and with much pleasure did this, they walking in their pretty morning gowns, very handsome, and I proud to find myself in condition to do this; and so home to our lodging, and there by and by, to supper, with much good sport, talking with the Drawers concerning matters of the town, and persons whom I remember, and so, after supper, to cards; and then to bed, lying, I in one bed, and my wife and girl in another, in the same room, and very merry talking together, and mightily pleased both of us with the girl. Saunders, the only violin in my time, is, I hear, dead of the plague in the late plague there.

Around 1673 William Bowes of Streatlam (age 15) educated at Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

Around 1677 Charles Seymour 6th Duke of Somerset (age 14) educated at Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

In 1682 Marmaduke Wyvill 5th Baronet (age 16) was admitted to Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map] as a fellow commoner.

On or before 08 Mar 1688 John Conduit was born. He was baptised on 08 Mar 1688 at St Paul's Church, Covent Garden. In Jun 1701 he was admitted to Westminster School [Map]. In 1705 he was elected a Queen's scholar to Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

On 14 Aug 1694 Henry Howard 4th Earl Carlisle was born to Charles Howard 3rd Earl Carlisle (age 25) and Anne Capell Countess Carlisle (age 20). He was educated at Eton College [Map] and Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

In 1697 Richard Edgecumbe 1st Baron Edgcumbe (age 16) admitted at Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

In May 1706 Charles Kemeys 4th Baronet (age 17) was admitted to Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

On 04 May 1714 Percy Seymour (age 17) matriculated Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

Minutes of the Society of Antiquaries. 26 Nov 1718. Mr Norroy (age 57) amongst many other curious old deeds with seals to them, brought us the original decree of the University of Bonomia [Note. This reference to 'Bonomia' is obscure. Possibly an earl name for Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map] which was founded in 1546 by King Henry VIII of England and Ireland] against the Popes Authority for dispensing with the Marriage of Henry VIII and Queen Catherine, with the seal to it, and likewise a transcript of the Doomsday Book for Surrey, in the original hand and method.

Around 1723 Edwin Lascelles 1st Baron Harewood (age 10) educated at Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

In 1726 William Lowther 1st Baronet (age 18) educated at Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

Around 1754 Hans Sloane Stanley (age 14) educated at Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

Around 1758 Edward Smith-Stanley 12th Earl of Derby (age 5) educated at Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

On 19 Jan 1765 Thomas Brand Baron Dacre (age 15) was admitted to Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

Around 1769 William Lowther 1st Earl Lonsdale (age 11) educated at Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

Around 1770 Charles Manners 4th Duke Rutland (age 15) educated at Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

Around 1771 George Ponsonby (age 15) educated at Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

On 26 Jun 1772 Newton Wallop aka Fellowes 4th Earl of Portsmouth was born to John Wallop 2nd Earl Portsmouth (age 29) and Urania Fellowes (age 30). He was identified as an unsound mind from an early age. He was educated at Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

Around 1779 George Grey 6th Earl Stamford 2nd Earl Warrington (age 13) educated at Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

Around 1781 Francis Russell 5th Duke Bedford (age 15) educated at Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

On 26 Sep 1785 Charles Powlett 2nd Baron Bayning was born to Charles Townshend 1st Baron Bayning (age 56) and Annabella Smith-Powlett (age 31). He was educated at Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map]. Coefficient of inbreeding 3.24%.

In 1786 Robert Grosvenor 1st Marquess Westminster (age 18) graduated Master of Arts: Cambridge University at Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

In 1787 William Frederick Hanover 2nd Duke Gloucester and Edinburgh (age 10) admitted at Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

On 10 Feb 1790 Henry Fitzroy 5th Duke Grafton was born to George Henry Fitzroy 4th Duke Grafton (age 30) and Charlotte Maria Waldegrave (age 28). He was educated at Harrow School and Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map]. He a great x 3 grandson of King James II of England Scotland and Ireland.

Around 1798 William Cavendish (age 14) educated at Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

In 1798 Christopher Wordsworth (age 23) became a Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

In 1808 Francis Russell 7th Duke Bedford (age 19) graduated at Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

In 1813 John Tyssen Tyrell 2nd Baronet (age 17) was admitted to Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

In 1816 William Feilding 6th Earl Desmond 7th Earl Denbigh (age 19) graduated at Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

In Jan 1816 John "Mad Jack" Mytton (age 19) matriculated Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map]; it is doubtful that he took his place. He was not awarded a degree.

In 1820 Christopher Wordsworth (age 45) was appointed Master of Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map] which position he held until 1846 when he resigned.

Around 1830 Edward George Fitzalan Howard 1st Baron Howard (age 11) educated at Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

Around 1830 Charles Frederick Ashley-Cooper Ponsonby 2nd Baron de Mauley (age 14) educated at Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

On 09 Aug 1830 Frederick Ellis 7th Baron Howard de Walden 3rd Baron Seaford was born to Charles Ellis 6th Baron Howard de Walden 2nd Baron Seaford (age 31) and Lucy Cavendish-Scott-Bentinck (age 22). He was educated at Eton College [Map] and Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

In 1832 Reverend James Alexander Barnes (age 33) was a Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

Around 1832 Henry Lowther 3rd Earl Lonsdale (age 13) educated at Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

Around 1833 Henry Willoughby 8th Baron Middleton (age 15) educated at Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

In 1835 Charles Manners 6th Duke Rutland (age 19) was awarded Master of Arts at Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

Around 1836 Walter William Brabazon Ponsonby 7th Earl Bessborough (age 14) educated at Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

Around 1836 George John Manners (age 15) educated at Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

In 1836 William John Butler (age 17) entered Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map]. He won the Trinity essay in 1839, but, though a fair classical scholar, was unable to give sufficient time to the tripos, and took a pass degree in 1840. He was awarded M.A. in 1844.

In 1836 John James Robert Manners 7th Duke Rutland (age 17) educated at Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

In 1847 Bishop Joseph Barber Lightfoot (age 18) attended Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map]. He graduated senior classic and 30th wrangler, and was elected a fellow of his college.

In 1854 Spencer Cavendish 8th Duke Devonshire (age 20) graduated at Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

In 1856 Thomas Francis Anson 3rd Earl Lichfield was born to Thomas George Anson 2nd Earl Lichfield (age 30) and Harriet Georgiana Louisa Hamilton Countess Lichfield (age 22). He was educated at Harrow School and Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map] taking a BA in 1876.

In 1856 Arthur Monck aka Middleton 7th Baronet (age 17) matriculated Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map]. He was awarded BA in 1860.

In 1861 Bishop Joseph Barber Lightfoot (age 32) was appointed Hulsean professor at Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

Around 1863 Sewallis Edward Shirley 10th Earl Ferrers (age 15) educated at Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

In 1867 Sewallis Edward Shirley 10th Earl Ferrers (age 19) was awarded Bachelor of Arts at Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

In 1871 Sewallis Edward Shirley 10th Earl Ferrers (age 23) was awarded Master of Arts at Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

Around 1876 John Ryder 5th Earl of Harrowby (age 11) educated at Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

On 05 Aug 1887 Evelyn Hugh Boscawen 8th Viscount Falmouth was born to Evelyn Boscawen 7th Viscount Falmouth (age 40) and Kathleen Douglas-Pennant Viscount Falmouth (age 26). He was educated at Eton College [Map] and Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

Around 1899 Edward William Spencer Cavendish 10th Duke Devonshire (age 3) educated at Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

Around 1900 Bernard Fitzalan Howard 3rd Baron Howard (age 14) educated at Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

Around 1920 Charles Arthur Francis Cavendish (age 14) educated at Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

Around 1937 Alexander Ramsay (age 17) educated at Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

On 13 Jan 1945 Francis Pryor was born to Robert Matthew Marlborough Pryor. He was educated at Eton College [Map] before studying Archaeology at Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

William Cavendish educated at Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

John Henry Guy Neville 5th Marquess Abergavenny educated at Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].

George Howard 9th Earl Carlisle educated at Trinity College, Cambridge University [Map].