Educated at Elizabeth College, 1837-47; College No. 562 and passed
thence to Trinity College, Cambridge, of which foundation he became
in succession Scholar and Fellow. His earlier successes were crowned
with conspicuous honours in the Tripos, he being 9th Wrangler, and in
the 2nd Class in the Classical Tripos.
He was ordained Deacon in 1857, and Priest in 1858, and in 1859 was
offered the living of Bawtry with Austerfield, formerly joined to the
Parish of Blyth, and which in 1858 has been constituted into a distinct
ecclesiastical Parish by the Masters and Fellows of his college.
His marriage to Beatrice Outram did not produce children. He died at
the Vicarage, and was buried at Ashfordby, near Melton Mowbray.