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EDWARD I Patrons: The Abbot & Conventual Monastery of Abingdon

1298 HENRY de WANETYNG Summoned this year by Bishop of Sarum to agree on upkeep of Cumnor Church.

EDWARD II

1314 JOHAN. de SUTTON Resigned St. Martin's Oxford. Vicar of Cumnor before taking Priest's Orders. Elected Abbot of Abingdon 1316.
1316 JOHAN. DRU Exchanged Cumnor for Chieveley with his successor.
1317 THOMAS de NEWTON Commisioner 'pro clericis vindicandis'.

EDWARD III

1344 WILLIAM BLEBURY Presented when not yet in Holy Orders.
1354 I. de GLASTON Confessor for the Deanery of Abingdon.

RICHARD II

1377 MATTHEW Wm CLEMENT Fellow of Merton (founder's kin, Walter de Merton). Bursar.

HENRY VI

1440 ROBERT BURLEY M.A. Balliol. Master of Balliol 1428. Author of 'de potencii anime' textbook for Divinity Schools.
1458 JOHN GREGORY June 18th 1450. 'Supplicat Dominus John Gregorye baccalaureus artium quatenus studium por annorum cum una responsione sibi sufficiat ad incipiendum in eadem facultate Hoec est concessa contra quod semel disputet praeter formam post gradum susceptum'.

EDWARD IV

1461 WILLIAM PARKER Bachelor of Canon Law, 1452.

HENRY VII

1495 WILLIAM ATWATER D.D. Fellow of Magdalen College. Vice- Chancellor. Dean of Salisbury. Canon of Windsor. Registrar of the Order of the Garter. Dean of the King's Chapel. Archdeacon of Lewes. Bishop of Lincoln. His monument is in Lincoln Cathedral.

HENRY VIII

1509 ROBERT CATERALL M.A. 1510. Died 1510.
1510 THOMAS MYLLYNG Fellow of New College. Chaplain to Archbishop Warham. B.LL. Supplicates as Canon of Sarum 1523 for leave to use pellura 'he is to swear that he can spend 60 marks annually'. Archdeacon of Salisbury. Rector of Heyford Warren. One of the 'learned men, not abiding in the University of Oxford' to consider 'the King's Divorce'.
1522 EDWARD FYLDE D.D. Fellow of All Souls College. Master of 'Whittingdon' College, London. Rector of Lyzght (Leigh?), Worcester.
1537 Patrons: Thos. Bassett, John Chubbe & John Hassard
EDMUND KEETE B.D. of Cardinal's College. Reader in Philosophy. Nominee of Cromwell.
1541 Patron : The King Henry VIII
RICHARD BESELEY D.D. Fellow of All Souls. Chaplain of Henry VIII. One of Cranmer's preachers. A Marian exile, returned on accession of Elizabeth and retook the Vicarage of Cumnor. Corresponded with Cecil. An unusual favourite with Thomas Cromwell, to whom, in writing to him, he says 'I owe all'.

MARY

1554 Patron: George Owen M.D., Physician to Henry VIII, Edward VI & Queen Mary.

Died 1556.

JOHN COLYNS John Collins or Colyns or Colence, Fellow of Exeter College, 1540. B.M. 1559. M.A. 1543. There was a John Collins, Regius Professor of Physic on Henry VIII foundation. John Collins Fellow of Exeter graduated in Arts but, on the accession of Elizabeth, in Medicine.
1558 Patron: William Petipher D.D., Vicar of Standlake, Rector of Kingston Bagpuize.

Fellow of Merton.

ELIZABETH I

1564 Patron: Anthony Forster
THOMAS BURGESS On resignation of Beseley. The institution of Petipher ignored.
1568 ADAM SQUIER Master of Balliol. 'A learned but fantastical man'. D.D. Archdeacon of Middlesex. Prebendary of Tottenhall.
1573 Patron: Robert Earl of Leicester
1578 Patron: Sir Henry Norris, first Baron Norris of Thame.
RICHARD COLFE Prebendary of Canterbury. Resigned Cumnor same year 1578. D.D. Student of Christ Church Died 1613. Buried in Canterbury Cathedral.
1578 Sir Henry Norris
FRANCIS WILLIS D.D. President of St. John's College. Dean of Worcester. Vice-Chancellor of Oxford. Canon of Bristol. Buried in the Choir of Worcester Cathedral.
1587 do.
THOMAS DROPE B.D. Fellow of Magdalen College. Rector of Aynho. Prebendary of Wells.

CHARLES I

1633 Patron: Edward Wray, husband of Elizabeth, Baroness Norris.
THOMAS DROPE, jn M.A. Chaplain of Magdalen College. Rector of Ardley.
1644 Patron: Edward Wray.
ANTHONY HODGES M.A. Chaplain of New College. Rector of Wytham. 'A florid preacher in Oxford before the King and Parliament'.
1645 JOHN LONGFORD M.A. Corpus Christi College.

CHARLES II

1682 Patron: James Bertie, third Baron Norris of Rycott, son of Bridget, Baroness Norreys and the Earl of Lyndsay. Earl of Abingdon 1682.
WILLIAM PEACOCK M.A. Magdalen College. Fellow. Rector of Aston Tyrrold.

GEORGE II

1728 RICHARD KENT B.D. Fellow of Magdalen College. Rector of Ducklington.
1746 Patron: Earl of Abingdon, Baron Norreys of Rycote.
JOHN SIMPSON B.A. Lincoln College. Rector of Frilsham.
1755 BENJAMIN BUCKLER D.D. Fellow of All Souls College. Keeper of the University Archives.

GEORGE III

1781 JAMES HAKEWELL B.A. Trinity College. Vicar of Fritwell and North Aston.
1799 JOHN SLATTER M.A. Chaplain of New College. Vicar of Stanton Harcourt.
1810 WILLIAM SLATTER M.A. Chaplain of Christ Church. Rector of Hethe.

VICTORIA

1850 Hon. CHARLES F.O. SPENCER M.A. Clare College, Cambridge
1861 FRANCIS GEORGE HENLEY M.A. Trinity College, Cambridge
1875 EDWARD LYON FELLOWES M.A. Brasenose College
1876 SAMUEL Y.N. GRIFFITH M.A. Exeter College.

EDWARD VII

1903 Patrons: Earl of Abingdon's Trustees
ARTHUR DUDLEY WILKINSON M.A. Magdalen College, Cambridge

GEORGE V

1930 Patron: E.A. Mitchell Innes, K.C.
HENRY ROBERT HALL M.A. Pembroke College.

GEORGE VI

1939 Patron: E.H. Tipping
DUDLEY GRAHAM BUSTON M.A. Trinity College, Cambridge
1950 KENNETH CANTLAY COOPER M.A. Queen's College, Cambridge

ELIZABETH II

1966 Patron: St. Peter's College,Oxford
WILLIAM DENNIS GOODERSON M.A. St. Peter's Hall, Oxford
1978 NOEL DOUGLAS DURAND M.A., B.D. Jesus College, Cambridge
2001 CLIVE BRUCE GARDNER M.A. Selwyn College, Cambridge
M.A. Wycliffe Hall, Oxford
2005 GEOFFREY NIGEL MAUGHAN M.A. Corpus Christi, Cambridge
M.A. Wycliffe Hall, Oxford

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