Still, John, an English prelate, was born in 1543, and was the son of William Still, of Grantham, Lincolnshire. He was admitted to Christ's College, Cambridge, where he took his degrees. In 1570 he was Margaret professor at Cambridge, in 1571 he became rector at Hadleigh, County of Suffolk, and archdeacon of Sudbury, and in 1573 was collated to the vicarage of East Marham, in Yorkshire. He was elected master of St. John's in 1574, and of Trinity College in 1577. In 1588 he was chosen prolocutor of the convocation, and two years after was appointed to the see of Bath and Wells, in which he continued until his death, Feb. 26, 1607.