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List of Masters of Pembroke College, Cambridge

The following persons have served as Master of Pembroke College, Cambridge:

  • Robert de Thorpe: 1347.
  • Thomas de Bingham: 1364.
  • John Tynmouth or Tinmew: c. 1380, died 1385.
  • Richard Morys: 1385.
  • John Sudbury: 1406, resigned 1428, died 1435.
  • John Langton: 1428, died 22 May 1447.
  • Hugh Damlet: 1447, resigned 1449, died 17 April 1476.
  • Laurence Booth: 31 May 1450, died before 20 May 1480.
  • Thomas Rotherham: 1480, resigned 1488, died 29 May 1500.
  • George Fitzhugh: 14 September 1488, died November 1505.
  • Roger Leyburn: 29 November 1505, died c. 1 August 1507.
  • Richard Fox: 1507, resigned 19 October 1518, died 14 September 1528.
  • Robert Shorton, or Sherton: 1518, resigned 1534, died 1542.
  • Robert Swinburn: Before 4 October 1534, resigned October 1537, died 10 February 1540.
  • George Folberry: 1537, died October 1540.
  • Nicholas Ridley: October 1540, died 15 October 1555.
  • John Young: 24 December 1554, deprived 20 July 1559, died 1579.
  • Edmund Grindal: 20 July 1559, resigned 16 August 1561, died 1583.
  • Matthew Hutton: 14 May 1562, resigned 1567, died 6 July 1605.
  • John Whitgift: 21 April 1567, resigned July 1567, died 1603.
  • John Young: 12 July 1567, resigned 16 March 1578, died 1605.
  • William Fulke: 10 May 1578, died 28 August 1589.
  • Lancelot Andrewes: 6 September 1589, resigned 1605, died 25 September 1626.
  • Samuel Harsnett: 9 November 1605, resigned 18 February 1616, died 25 May 1631.
  • Nicholas Felton: 29 June 1616, resigned 18 February 1619, died 5 October 1626.
  • Jerome Beale: 21 February 1619, died September 1630.
  • Benjamin Lany: 25 December 1630, ejected 13 March 1644
  • Richard Vines: 13 March 1644, ejected 1 October 1650, died 4 February 1656.
  • Sidrach Simpson: 1650, died April 1655.
  • William Moses: April 1655, ejected 1660, died November 1688.
  • Benjamin Lany: restored 1660, resigned 16 August 1662, died 21 January 1675.
  • Mark Franck: 23 August 1662, died January 1664.
  • Robert Mapletoft: c. May 1664, died 20 August 1677.
  • Nathaniel Coga: 20 August 1677, died 8 January 1694.
  • Thomas Browne: 10 February 1694, died 9 March 1707.
  • Edward Lany: 19 March 1707, died 9 August 1728.
  • John Hawkins: 15 August 1728, resigned October 1733, died 30 July 1736.
  • Roger Long: 12 October 1733, died 16 December 1770.
  • James Brown: 16 December 1770, died 30 September 1784.
  • Joseph Turner: 6 October 1784, died 3 August 1828.
  • Gilbert Ainslie: 15 August 1828, died 9 January 1870.
  • John Power: 14 January 1870, died 18 November 1880.
  • Charles Edward Searle: 24 November 1880, died 29 July 1902.
  • George Gabriel Stokes: 26 August 1902, died 7 February 1903.
  • Arthur James Mason: 11 March 1903, resigned 15 June 1912, died 24 April 1928.
  • William Sheldon Hadley: 19 June 1912, died 25 December 1927.
  • Arthur Hutchinson: 16 January 1928, retired 30 September 1937, died 12 December 1937.
  • Montagu Sherard Dawes Butler: 1 October 1937, retired 31 July 1948.
  • Sydney Castle Roberts: 1 August 1948.
  • William Vallance Douglas Hodge: 1 August 1958 until 1970.
  • William Anthony Camps: 1970 until 1981, died 17 January 1997.[1]
  • Richard Adrian: 1981 until 1992.
  • Sir Roger Tomkys: 1992 until 2004.
  • Sir Richard Dearlove: from 2004; will retire in 2015.

References

  1. ^ Robert Sanders (26 March 1997). "Obituary: W. A. Camps". The Independent. Retrieved 2011-03-04.