Admission to the Fellowship

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Admission to the fellowship: Protocollum Book 1500-78. Page 133.

John Baker's admission as a Fellow of King's on 15 August 1548 – at the age of twenty-one, three years and a day after his undergraduate entry – is recorded in identical format later in the Protocollum Book. Some scholars chose not to proceed to a fellowship: here, in 1548, William Daye, William Temple, Nicholas Carvil, and George White joined Baker as a senior member of the College but the names of William Symcott, William Danyell, and Robert Ravell are missing.

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