On Williamsons resignation the 6th presented him with a handsome silver epergne and stand, as the ushers Hodgson and Bentall also rec’d notice from the newly appointed Master that he had no need of their services the Shell, & 5 & 4 gave a silver waiter & bread basket to Hodgson & to Bentall a bread-basket.
On the resignation of Mr Louis Woolcombe who had obtained ___ at Oxford C.F. Webber son of the Dean of Rippon was appointed Usher.
G.F. Bentinck Prin: Opp.
The list of the sixth at Xmas 1836 was a follows
Those marked * are Home Boarders
It should have been stated before that after the last Whitsuntide Holydays L. Woolcombe Esq was appointed Usher in the room of the Revd E A Smedley who was appointed to the living of Chesterton in Cambridgeshire
Added by Somerton H.B.
During the Whitsuntide holydays the Rev John Bentall 2nd Usher married Miss Evered
C. Bewicke Head Boarder
*The Revd J. Bentall married Miss Harriet Everett of Salisbury – not Evered
Added by C.D. Osborn HB
This year Williamson, in order to make a more equal distribution of the forms among the ushers, placed the lower division of the shell sole under the usher of the fifth form, appointing the other ushers to the remaining forms, and thus placing the fourth form below the bar.
J.T. Ludlow H.B.
On Friday October 26th 1821 the Revd. H Hodgson filled up the vacancy occasioned by the resignation of the Revd David Longlands Usher of the fifth form – Mr Hodgson took precedence of Mr Dodd –
Morgan Prin Opp