List of Masters of Pembroke College, Cambridge

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

Name Portrait Term of office
Robert de Thorpe No image.svg 1347?
(fl. 1354)[1]
c. 1364
Thomas de Bingham No image.svg c. 1364[2] c. 1374
John Tynmouth or Tinmew No image.svg 1374?
(fl. 1380)
1385†
Richard Morys No image.svg 1385?
(fl. 1389)[3]
1406?
John Sudbury No image.svg 1406 1428
(resigned)
John Langton No image.svg 1428 22 May 1447†
Hugh Damlet No image.svg 1447 1449
(resigned)
Lawrence Booth No image.svg 31 May 1450 19 May 1480†
Thomas Rotherham Archbishop Thomas Rotherham.jpg 1480 1488
(resigned)
George Fitzhugh No image.svg 14 September 1488 November 1505†
Roger Leyburn No image.svg 29 November 1505 c. 1 August 1507†
Richard Foxe Bishop Richard Foxe.jpg 1507 19 October 1518
(resigned)
Robert Shorton Dr Shorton St Johns.jpg 1518 1534
(resigned)
Robert Swinburn No image.svg before 4 October 1534 October 1537
(resigned)
George Folberry No image.svg 1537 October 1540†
Nicholas Ridley Nicholas Ridley from NPG.jpg October 1540 1554
(deprived)
John Young (I) John Young (aetatis 67) Pembroke.jpg 24 December 1554 20 July 1559
(deprived)
Edmund Grindal Edmund Grindal.jpg 20 July 1559 16 August 1561
(resigned)
Matthew Hutton MatthewHutton (1529-1606).jpg 14 May 1562 1567
(resigned)
John Whitgift Bp John Whitgift.jpg 21 April 1567 July 1567
(resigned)
John Young (II) No image.svg 12 July 1567 16 March 1578
(resigned)
William Fulke William Fulke NPG.jpg 10 May 1578 28 August 1589†
Lancelot Andrewes Lancelot Andrewes Pembroke.jpg 6 September 1589 1605
(resigned)
Samuel Harsnett Harsnett crop.png November 1605 18 February 1616
(resigned)
Nicholas Felton Bp Nicholas Felton.jpg 29 June 1616 18 February 1619
(resigned)
Jerome Beale No image.svg 21 February 1619 September 1630†
Benjamin Lany Bp Benjamin Laney.png 25 December 1630 13 March 1644
(ejected)
Richard Vines No image.svg 13 March 1644 1 October 1650
(ejected)
Sidrach Simpson Sidrach Simpson.jpg 1650 April 1655†
William Moses No image.svg April 1655 1660
(ejected)
Benjamin Lany Bp Benjamin Laney.png 1660
(restored)
16 August 1662
(resigned)
Mark Frank Mark Frank by Walter Dolle.jpg 23 August 1662 January 1664†
Robert Mapletoft No image.svg c. May 1664 20 August 1677†
Nathaniel Coga No image.svg 20 August 1677 8 January 1694†
Thomas Browne No image.svg 10 February 1694 9 March 1707†
Edward Lany No image.svg 19 March 1707 9 August 1728†
John Hawkins No image.svg 15 August 1728 October 1733
(resigned)
Roger Long Roger Long by Benjamin Wilson.jpg 12 October 1733 16 December 1770†
James Brown No image.svg 16 December 1770 30 September 1784†
Joseph Turner Joseph Turner by George Dawe.jpg 6 October 1784 3 August 1828†
Gilbert Ainslie Gilbert Ainslie by FB Barwell.jpg 15 August 1828 9 January 1870†
John Power John Power by W Vizard.jpg 14 January 1870 18 November 1880†
Charles Edward Searle Charles Edward Searle by WW Ouless.jpg 24 November 1880 29 July 1902†
Sir George Gabriel Stokes, Bt. PSM V56 D0031 G G Stokes.png 26 August 1902 7 February 1903†
Arthur James Mason Arthur James Mason by George Henry.jpg 11 March 1903 15 June 1912
(resigned)
William Sheldon Hadley No image.svg 19 June 1912 25 December 1927†
Arthur Hutchinson Arthur Hutchinson by William Rothenstein.jpg 16 January 1928 30 September 1937
(retired)
Sir Montagu Sherard Dawes Butler 1 October 1937 31 July 1948
(retired)
Sir Sydney Castle Roberts No image.svg 1 August 1948 1958
Sir William Vallance Douglas Hodge No image.svg 1 August 1958 1970
William Anthony Camps No image.svg 1970 1981[4]
The Lord Adrian No image.svg 1981 1992
Sir Roger Tomkys No image.svg 1992 2004
Sir Richard Dearlove Richard Dearlove2.JPG 2004 31 July 2015
(retired)
The Lord Smith of Finsbury Official portrait of Lord Smith of Finsbury crop 2.jpg 2015 incumbent

References[edit]

  1. ^ Pembroke College, Cambridge: A Short History: Robert de Thorpe
  2. ^ ibid.: Thomas de Bingham
  3. ^ ibid.: Richard Morys
  4. ^ Robert Sanders (26 March 1997). "Obituary: W. A. Camps". The Independent. Retrieved 4 March 2011.