Item 69 - Accounts of the trustees and executors of the will of William Whewell

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Accounts of the trustees and executors of the will of William Whewell

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  • 1868-9 (Creation)

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(1817/18-1870)

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Mathison was aged 16 when he was admitted at Trinity College in Cambridge on 10 July 1834. He was therefore born in 1817 or 1818.

He died at Hastings on 11 October 1870, and his will was proved on 1 December.

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Found in the Trinity College Fellows' Parlour, Sept. 1941.

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William Collings Mathison and James Lempriere Hammond, executors. The Master, Fellows, and Scholars of Trinity College were the residuary legatees under the will proved in the Principal Registry of Her Majesty's Court of Probate 3 May 1866. Residuary Account and Schedules passed at the Inland Revenue Office 3 Jan. 1868.

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See also the Papers of William Whewell, described in the collection level record linked below.

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Title on cover: "The Reverend William Whewell, D.D., Late Master of Trinity College. Accounts of the Trustees and Executors of his Will."

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