Thomas Browne (Master of Pembroke College, Cambridge)

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Thomas Browne, D.D. (b Norwich 1648 – d London 1706) was Master of Pembroke College, Cambridge[1] from 1694 until his death.[2]

Browne entered Pembroke College, Cambridge in 1664. He graduated B.A. in 1668 and M.A. in 1671. He became a Fellow of Pembroke in 1671; was ordained in 1674; and appointed Junior Proctor in 1685.[3] He held the living at Orton Waterville[4] from 1687 until his death.[5] He was also Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cambridge from 1694 to 1695.[6]


Academic offices
Preceded by
Nathaniel Coga
Master of Pembroke College, Cambridge
Succeeded by
Edward Lany
Preceded by
William Stanley
Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cambridge
Succeeded by
John Eachard