[KEY: RED Monument survives. BLUE Monument Recorded, but no longer existing. GREEN Site of Burial Known. VIOLET Site of Burial unknown.]

John Overall Hadrian a Saravia William Bedwell
(inscription from Lyson's copy)

First Westminster Company
(Genesis through 1 Kings)
First Cambridge Company
(1 Chronicles through the Song of Solomon)
Lancelot Andrewes  (1555-1626) Southwark Cathedral MONUMENT
John Overall (1560-1619) Norwich Cathedral, S. Choir Aisle, MONUMENT ABOVE (1669, patron John Cosin)
Hadrian a Saravia (1531-1613) Canterbury Cathedral MONUMENT ABOVE
John Layfield (?1561-1617)  Rector St Clement Danes, owned property Old Cleeve, Somerset, & Royston, Herts.
William Bedwell (1563-1632)  Buried 10 May, 1632, All Hallows, Tottenham. Copy of inscription above.
Richard Thomson (? - 1613) Buried 8 January, 1613, St. Edward's, Cambridge
Robert Tighe (? -  1616)  Archdeacon of Middlesex & vicar of All Hallows, Barking
Francis Burleigh (? - ?) Rector of St Benet, Paul's Wharf
Geoffrey King (? - ? ) Fellow of King's College, Cambridge; Regius Professor of Hebrew
Richard Clarke  ( ? - 1634) Buried Canterbury Cathedral 26 September 1634
Edward Lively  (1545 - 1605) Buried St Edward's Cambridge 7 May 1605
John Richardson (1564-1625)  d. 20 April 1625, Buried Trinity College Chapel
Laurence Chaderton (1536-1640) Emmanuel College Chapel  LEDGER STONE
Francis Dillingham (? - 1625) Buried Wilden, Beds., 24 Feb 1625. MONUMENT AT DEAN, Beds.
[NB The monument is very high up on the chancel arch and there appears to be no mention of Francis; it is perhaps Iohannis which has been misread as Francis. Those actually commemorated are John (Iohannis), perhaps Francis's brother, Grace and two sons John and Oliver. This note added 10-09-11 and given by Jon Baylis]
Thomas Harrison (1555-1630) Chapel of Trinity College, Cambridge
Roger Andrewes ( = 1635), Rector of St Martin's Ongar, vicar of Chigwell, Master of Jesus, Cambridge, bro  of Lancelot, poss. buried Chichester
Andrew Byng  (1574-1652) Buried Winterton, Norfolk 22 March 1652
Robert Spalding (? - ? ) Regius Professor of Hebrew, rector of Slaugham,Sussex

John Rainolds Richard Brett Jeremiah Ratclife Andrew Downes

First Oxford Company
(Isaiah through Malachai)
Second Cambridge Company
John Harding (? - 1610), President of Magdalen College [O]
John Rainolds (1549-1607) Corpus Christi College [O] Chapel. MONUMENT ABOVE (patron John Spenser)
Thomas Holland (?1538 - 1612) Buried St Mary V Oxford, 26 March 1612
Richard Kilby (1560/1 - 1620) Buried chancel All Saints Oxford, 7 November 1620

Miles Smith (? - 1624) Bishop of Gloucester, 1612 - 1624, d. Gloucester 20 October 1624, buried ‘in the Lady’s Chapel, on the ninth of November following,
under a plain stone without inscription, and only his own arms impaled with the see of Gloucester’
. [His daughters, Elizabeth Williams d.1622, in childbirth, and Margery Clent d. 1625, are both buried close to him, with monuments probably by the Samuel Baldwin atelier. The Bishop’s LEDGER STONE might still exist].
Richard Brett (1560 -1637), Quainton, Bucks., MONUMENT ABOVE
Daniel Featley/Fairclough (1582-1645) Buried Lambeth 21 April 1645
William Thorne (c.1568-1630) d. 16 Feb 1630 Buried Chichester Cathedral
John Duport (? - Xmas 1617/8). Shown on brass to Thomas Duport (father) at Shepshed, Leics. Prob buried Jesus Chapel, Cambridge.
William Branthwaite (1563-1619), Master Gonville & Caius, so prob. there. Arms on MONUMENT to William Webbe, 1613
Samuel Ward (c.1572-1643) Buried in Sidney Sussex Chapel
Andrew Downes
(1549-1628) Coton Church, Cambs. MONUMENT ABOVE
John Bois
(?-1644) Buried Ely Cathedral 7 February 1644 (d. 14 Jan)
Jeremiah Radcliffe Orwell Church, Cambs MONUMENT ABOVE
Robert Ward Prebendary of Chichester (1606), Eton & King's, rector of Transham, Mileham, Bishop's Waltham

Sir Henry Savile George Abbott John Harmer
John Aglionby Leonard Hutton William Barlow
Ralph Hutchinson John Spencer Richard Edes
Second Oxford Company
(Matthew through Acts, & Revelation)
Second Westminster Company
(Romans through Jude)
Thomas Ravis (1560-1609). d. 14 November, 1609, buried St Paul's Cathedral. EPITAPH recorded, though monument doesn't survive
Sir Henry Savile (1545-1622) Eton MONUMENTS Eton (ledger), Merton ABOVE, St Nicholas Hurst
George Abbott (1562-1633) Guildford New Church MONUMENT ABOVE (patron Maurice Abbott [brother] signed John & Matthias Christmas)
John Harmer (1555-1613) Buried Chapel of New College - MONUMENT ABOVE, mentions AV
John Perrinne/Perne/Perin (? -?) Regius Professor of Greek
Giles Tomson (1553-1612) St George's Chapel, Windsor MONUMENT
Richard Edes (1554-1604) Worcester Cathedral Nave W end S MONUMENT ABOVE
John Aglionby (1566/7-1610) D. 16 February 1610, buried chancel of Islip church MONUMENT ABOVE  (Memorial tablet)
James Montagu (1568-1618) Bath Abbey MONUMENT (by William Cure and Nicholas Johnson)
Ralph Ravens rector of Great Easton & Much Dunmow
Leonard Hutton (1556/7-1632) Christ Church Cathedral N. Transept BRASS ABOVE
William Barlow (1563-1613) Bishop of Rochester and then Lincoln, died Buckden, buried there (St. Mary’s church).His monument was destroyed by
‘rabid fanatics’ and he now has a joint monument with his successor, Bishop Thomas Barlow (d.1691), which incorporates some portions of his original tomb.
John Spencer (1559-1614) Corpus Christi Chapel [O] MONUMENT ABOVE
Roger Fenton (1565-1616) d. 16 Jan 1616, Buried St Stephen Walbrook, under Communion table  MONUMENT erected by Parish
Michael Rabbett (1552-1630) vicar St Vedast, Foster Lanne & Streatham
Thomas Sanderson archdeaon Rochester, canon of St Paul's
Ralph Hutchinson (c.1552-1606) St John's College chapel [O] MONUMENT ABOVE
William Dakins (?-1607) Junior Dean of Trinity Coll [C]  prob Trinity Chapel

Others Possibly Consulted Final Editor
Hugh Broughton (1549-1612) Biblical scholar with such a nasty temper it was obvious he'd never work   as part of a committee. Died 4 August 1612, buried
St Antholin's church, Watling Street (burnt in Great Fire, Wren church demolished 1875)
Andrew Willett (1567-1621) Textual critic. Buried 8 December 1621 at Barley, Herts, after being killed at Hoddesdon in a riding accident. MONUMENT (brass)
Thomas Bilson (1546-1616) Died 18 June 1616, Buried Westminster Abbey In pavement, Chapel of St Benedict
Richard Bancroft (1544-1610) Bishop of London. D. 2 November 1610 Buried Lambeth Parish Church
  Robert Barker (c. 1568 - 1646) d. in King's Bench Prison, but MONUMENT to his father in Datchet