From History of Canterbury Cathedral Library
Canons of Stall XII at Canterbury Cathedral from 1600 to 1851.
1600: Gregory Milner; died 1614. 1614: Thomas Anyan, president of Corpus Christi college, Oxford; born at Sandwich, became one of the king's chaplains, and afterwards prebendary of Gloucester; died 1632. 1632: Humphrey Peake, of Hills-court, in Ash, by Sandwich; died after the year 1645. 1645: vacant. 1660: William Barker, rector of Hardwyck, Buckinghamshire, where he died in 1669. 1669: Edward Stillingfleet, canon and then dean of St Paul's; bishop of Worcester, 1689. 1689: The Hon. Leopold William Finch, fifth son of Heneage, earl of Winchelsea, fellow and then warden of All Soul's college; died 1702. 1702: John Adams, promoted to a canonry of Windsor in 1708. 1708: William Whitfield, vicar of St. Giles's, Cripplegate; died 1716. 1717: Lilly Butler, died the same year. 1717: John Turner, vicar of Greenwich, prebendary of Lincoln; died 1720. 1721: David Wilkins, rector of Hadley and Monks Idleigh, and archdeacon of Suffolk; died 1745. 1745: John Potter, rector of Childingstone and then of Wrotham; became Dean in 1766. 1767: David Durell, principal of Hartford college, Oxford; died 1775. 1775: Everard Buckworth, died 1792. 1793: Edward Walsby, rector of Allhallows, London and of Lamborne, Essex; died 1815. 1815: George Holcombe, resigned by 1822 on becoming canon of Westminster. 1822: Hon. John Evelyn Boscawen, died 1851. 1851: Stall suspended.
Data from Hasted and Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1541-1857, volume 3.