Author of Palladis Tamia. Wit's Treasury; being the Second Part of Wit's Commonwealth.
He was originally of Pembroke Hall; B.A. in 1587; and M.A. 1591. About 1602, he became Rector of Wing, in Rutland; and died there, 1646, in the 81st year of his age. See Farmer's Essay on the Learning of Shakespeare, 2nd edit. Cambr. 8vo. 1767, p. 89. Wood's Ath. Ox. F.i.146.