William Glaister (1795/6–1861) came from Kirby Fleetham, Yorks, and matriculated at University College on 22 April 1814 aged 18.
He was elected to a Browne exhibition on 25 April 1814, and elected to a Henry IV Fellowship on 25 October 1821. He became a BA in 1818 and an MA in 1820. On 7 December 1837 he was appointed to the College’s living of Beckley, Sussex, where he remained until his death in 1861. He was replaced as Fellow of University College on 17 May 1839. His son William matriculated at University College in 1860.
This document was found in the archives during the stocktaking of 1993. Its provenance is unknown.
Catalogued in October 2002.
UC:S15/F1/1 Dec 1829
Bill for William Glaister from D. Stone, surgeon, for various medical expenses. It could relate to his term as Bursar from 1829/30, and might have come from UC:BU7/F1/6, the Battels accounts for 1829/30.