Fellow, Trinity College, Cambridge
Peter Vivian was a fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, a colleague of John Ray, and was in Montpellier at the same time as Lister. Ray, with Skippon, Vivian, and others left Montpellier on 26 February 1666 for Lyons, where they met Lister and Jessop for the return journey to England.
Vivian was from Cornwall, and he entered Trinity College, Cambridge, as a sizar. He graduated as B.A. in 1652, and as M.A. in 1656. Vivian was made a fellow of Trinity by mandate of the Lord Protector in 1657, retaining his fellowship after the Restoration 1
- H. McLeod Innes, Fellows of Trinity College (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1941; 2012), 12. ↩