Charles Morgan (Master of Clare College, Cambridge)
Morgan was educated at Clare College, Cambridge. He became Fellow in 1700. He was ordained a priest in the Church of England in 1704. He held livings at Thurston, Suffolk and Glemsford. Morgan was Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cambridge between 1732 and 1733.
He died on 30 April 1736.
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