Wallis, Gentleman, of Humberstone, co. Lincs., Attorney-at-Law (entered Gray's Inn 25 Aug 1662 - entry says: Edward Wallis, son and heir of Thomas W., late of Ormsby, co. Lincoln). Will - dated 20th May 1695. Held at Lincoln Records Office - ref. LCC Wills 1704/293 Venn: WALLIS, EDWARD College: MAGDALENE Entered: 1663 Adm. pens. (age 17) at MAGDALENE, June 11, 1662; afterwards Fell.-Com. S. of Thomas, gent., of Nun Ormsby, Lincs. School, Ludbrooke. Matric. 1663. Adm. at Gray's Inn, Aug. 25, 1662. Of Humberstone. Buried at Nun Ormsby. Will dated, May 29, 1695; proved, June 26, 1704. (Lincs. Pedigrees, 1034.) Magdelen College Library has entry for him: (Trans) 11 June 1662 Edward Wallis son of Thomas Wallis gentleman of Nun-Ormsby in the County of Lincolnshire, of 17 years of age, of the private school of Ludbroke cum Holton in the said County, was admitted pensioner, who as soon as he passed a period of time in the University he transferred into the order of commensal February 24 1662 [/3] Tutor Mr Peachell Order of commensal = fellow commoner i.e. who ate at the common table.