Alumni Oxonienses: the Members of the University of Oxford, 1715-1886/Rose, Hugh James (1)

From volume 3 of the work.

Rose, Hugh James, fellow Trinity Coll., Cambridge, 1827 (14th wrangler & B.A. 1817, chancellor's medallist, M.A. 1820, B.D. 1827); adm. 'ad eundem' 10 June, 1834, Hulsean Christian advocate 1829-33 (s. William, vicar of Glynde, Sussex), vicar of Horsham 1822-30, preb. of Chichester 1827-33, rector of Hadleigh, Suffolk, 1830-4, and of Fairsted, Essex, 1834-36, and perp. curate St. Thomas, Southwark, 1834, principal of King's College, London, 1836, until his death 22 Dec., 1838; for list of his works see Gent.'s Mag., 1839, i. 319.