Venn, J. A., comp.. Alumni Cantabrigienses. London, England: Cambridge University Press, 1922-1954 says about this man:
Alumnus of Cambridge University Adm. sizar (age 19) at TRINITY, Apr. 26, 1815.
S. of William. B. at Croydon, Surrey. School, St Paul's, London. Matric. Michs. 1816.
Migrated to Jesus, Nov. 25, 1817;
Adm. ad eundem at Oxford, June 8, 1842.
Ord. deacon (London) May 28, 1820;
priest, June 17, 1821.
Chaplain at Brussels.
C. of St Margaret's, Westminster.
C. of Lambeth.
P.C. of St Mark's, Kennington, Surrey, 1832-64.
Rural Dean of Southwark, 1832-64.
V. of Hampstead, Middlesex, 1864-72.
Surveyor-Accountant of St Paul's School, 1862.
Gresham Professor of Rhetoric, 1865.
Married Jane, dau. of Charles Hill, of Wellingborough, Northants.
Died 1875. Father of the next and William W. C. (1864). (St Paul's Sch. Reg.; Al. Oxon.; Clergy List; Crockford.)
What does this indicate about his career? What is a sizar in this context? Does V mean Vicar (that would align with the census)? What does P.C. mean in this context?
PS - I'm just trying to help with the ancestors of a great medical pioneer, Janet Elizabeth (Claypon) Lady Forber. She was the first to use retrospective (historical) cohort design and the t test in an epidemiologic study.
Vignettes of the History of Epidemiology: Three Firsts by Janet Elizabeth Lane-Claypon
Here she is in Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Janet_Lane-Claypon
Charlton Lane, whose career in the church i'm trying to understand, was her grandfather.