John Jelliand Brundish, son of the Rev. John Brundish of Bury St. Edmonds, studied at Caius College Cambridge (B.A. 1773, M.A. 1776, Fellow 1776-86). In 1773 he managed the almost singular feat of being senior wrangler, senior classical medallist, and Smith's prizeman. He was master of Perse School, Cambridge, 1781-82, and published one poem before his early death.
An elegy on a family-tomb. 1783.