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Chapman, Benedict.
Adm. pens. (age 17) at CAIUS, May 10, 1787.
S. of Charles, of Norwich.
B. there.
School, Norwich (Dr Parr). Scholar, 1787-92; matric.
Michs. 1788; B.A. (6th Wrangler) 1792; M.A. 1795; D.D.
(Lit. Reg.) 1840.
Schuldham prize, 1792.
Fellow, 1792-1820.
Dean, 1797.
Steward, 1799.
Bursar, 1805-7. Master, 1839-52.
Ord. deacon (Ely) June 15, 1794; priest, May 22, 1796.
R. of Ashdon, Essex, 1818-52.
Donor of £1000 to the College Building Fund; left an endowment for the Norrisian Professorship.
Died Oct. 23, 1852.
Buried in the College chapel; M.I., and at Ashdon.
Probably brother of Charles J. (1784).
(Venn, II. 115.)
Benedict CHAPMAN
Approx. lifespan: 1770–1852
Tripos: Cai. Math. 1792star
Adm pens. aged 17 Gonville & Caius College 1787:05:10
s. of Charles CHAPMAN of Norwich, [Norfolk],
b. there ^ Norwich, [Norfolk],
School Sch: Norwich ( Dr – PARR )
Scholar 1787-92
Matric 1788:10MT:
BA 6 th Wrangler 1792
MA 1795
DD Lit.
Schuldham prize 1792
Fellow 1792-1820
Dean 1797
Steward 1799
Bursar: 1805-07
Master: 1839-52
Ord. deacon Ely 1794:06:15
Ord. priest 1796:05:22
R.: Ashdon, Essex , 1818-52
Donor of £1000 to the College Building Fund; left an endowment for the Norrisian Professorship.
d. 1852:10:23
bur. College chapel;
MI and at Ashdon, [Essex],
Probably brother of Charles J. CHAPMAN (1784)
( Venn, II. 115)
[add:]Usher and second master at the Perse School, Cambridge, [Cambridgeshire], , in 1794[:add]
[add:]Portrait by T. Phillips at Gonville & Caius College [:add]
[add:](P.J. Barnwell; Atkinson, 332)[:add]