This list is based on Emden, Cambridge; detailed references to sources are given only for Rotherham and his successors. I ignore the details given in VCH Cambs, III, 331–3, based on The Historical Register of the University of Cambridge, ed. J. R. Tanner (Cambridge, 1917), which in its turn owed much ultimately to lists by John Caius and in British Library Cotton MS Faustina C. iii, fos. 81–102 (79–100) – from 289 to 1598, continued to 1605 – printed in R. Parker, The History and Antiquities of the University of Cambridge (London, n.d.), pp. 18-99, as of no critical value. The abbreviation occ. is used for ‘occurs’.
John Rickinghall, occ. 1415, 1422; master of Gonville Hall, c. 1416–26; confessor of the duke of Bedford, 1426; bishop of Chichester, 1426H? (Emden, Cambridge, p. 480; C. Hall and C. Brooke, ‘The Masters of Gonville Hall’, in The Caian (1983), p. 46; J. Le Neve, Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1300–1541, VII, (London, 1964), 2).
Robert Fitzhugh, occ. April 1423; again November 1428; bishop of London, 1431-6 (Emden, Cambridge, p. 232; Le Neve, Fasti, V, 3).
Marmaduke Lumley, occ. June 1425, 1427; bishop of Carlisle, 1429–50; of Lincoln 1450 (Emden, Cambridge, p. 377; Le Neve, Fasti, I, 2; VI, 98).
John Holbroke, occ. November 1429; 1430; master of Peterhouse, 1421–c. 1437 (Emden, p. 309).
William Lascelles, occ. February 1432 (Emden, Cambridge, pp. 353–4); died 22 August 1453 (‘1423’, Emden, Cambridge: cf. F. Peck, Desiderata Curiosa, II (London, 1735), VIII. 10). Richard Cawdray, occ. December 1433; December 1435 (Emden, Cambridge, pp. 126–7).