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Caius [Kay, Key], Thomas (c. 1505–1572), antiquary and college head, was born c.1505, on the evidence of his university career. His family origins are uncertain, although Anthony Wood thought he was born in Lincolnshire of Yorkshire heritage. His family name was Kay or Key...


James Ingram (1774–1850) by Thomas Clement Thompson, in or after 1863 The President and Fellows of Trinity College, Oxford


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Ingram, James (1774–1850), Old English scholar and antiquary, son of John Ingram (1713/14–1785) and Elizabeth (1734/5–1814), his wife, was born on 21 December 1774 at Codford St Mary, near Salisbury, where his family had owned property for several generations. He was sent to ...


Richardson, William (1698–1775), antiquary and college head, was born at Wilstead, Bedfordshire, on 23 July 1698, the son of Samuel Richardson, vicar of Wilstead and prebendary of Lincoln, and Elizabeth, daughter of Samuel Bentham, rector of Knebworth and Paul's Walden, Hertfordshire. He was at school at ...