Alexander Ales Alexander Ales (Alesius) (23 April 1500 – 17 March 1565) was a Scottish theologian of the school of Augsburg.
Alexander Crummell Alexander Crummell (March 3, 1819 – September 10, 1898) was a pioneering African-American priest, professor and African nationalist.
Alexander Douglas Campbell Major-General Sir Alexander Douglas Campbell KBE CB DSO MC (20 June 1899 – 3 April 1980) was General Officer Commanding Aldershot District.
Alice Patten Alice Patten (born 1980) is an English actress, and the daughter of Chris Patten, a prominent British Conservative politician and the last Governor of Hong Kong.
Alison Peacock Dame Alison Margaret Peacock DBE (born 17 October 1959) is co-author of Creating Learning without Limits, Member of the Royal Society Vision Committee, Member of the Commission for The Royal...
Arnold Spencer-Smith Arnold Patrick Spencer-Smith (1883–1916) was a British clergyman and amateur photographer who joined Sir Ernest Shackleton's Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition, 1914–17, as Chaplain...
Arnold W. G. Kean Arnold W. G. Kean (1914-2000) is most noted for his contribution to the development of civil aviation law.
Arthur Armitage Professor Sir Arthur Llewellyn Armitage (1 August 1916 – 1 February 1984), was a British academic who was the President of Queens' College, Cambridge, from 1958 until 1970, Vice-Chancello...
Arthur Capell, 1st Baron Capell of Hadham Arthur Capell, 1st Baron Capell of Hadham (20 February 1608 – 9 March 1649) was an English politician who sat in the House of Commons from 1640 until 1641 when he was raised to the peerage as B...
Arthur Mooring Arthur George Rixson Mooring was born in Dunstable, Bedfordshire on 23 November 1908, the son of the editor of the Bedford Gazette.
Awn Shawkat Al-Khasawneh Awn Shawkat Al-Khasawneh (عون الخصاونة) (born 22 February 1950) was the prime minister of Jordan from October 2011 to April 2012.
Barry Holmes William Barry Holmes was a rugby union player who played for the England national rugby union team and the Argentina national rugby union team.
Basil Clark Snell The Ven. Basil Clark Snell , MA (2 February 1907 - 12 June 1986) was an eminent Anglican priest in the mid twentieth century.
Basil Dale The Rt Rev Basil Montague Dale, DD (1903–1932) was the Anglican Bishop of Jamaica from 1950 until 1955.
Basil Montague Dale The Rt Rev Basil Montague Dale, DD (1903–1932) was the Anglican Bishop of Jamaica from 1950 until 1955.
Basil Snell The Ven. Basil Clark Snell , MA (2 February 1907 – 12 June 1986) was an eminent Anglican priest in the mid twentieth century.
Bernardo Sepúlveda Amor Bernardo Sepúlveda Amor (born 14 December 1941, Mexico City) is a judge of the International Court of Justice, currently serving as its vice-president.
Bill Wedderburn, Baron Wedderburn of Charlton Kenneth William Wedderburn, Baron Wedderburn of Charlton, QC, (13 April 1927 – 9 March 2012), was a British politician and member of the House of Lords, affiliated with the Labour Party.
Brent Barton Brent Barton (born March 11, 1980) is a Democratic politician from the US state of Oregon.
Brian Charlesworth Professor Brian Charlesworth FRS (born 29 April 1945) is a British evolutionary biologist at the University of Edinburgh, and editor of Biology Letters.
Caleb Banks Caleb Banks (18 September 1659 - 13 September 1696) was an English politician who sat in the House of Commons between 1685 and 1696.
Cecil Horsley Cecil Douglas Horsley was Bishop of Colombo then Gibraltar in the mid 20th century.
Charles Ashton (divine) Charles Ashton (1665–1752) was an English churchman and academic, Master of Jesus College, Cambridge from 1701.
Charles Bridges Charles Bridges, MA (1794 - 1869), was a preacher and theologian in the Church of England, and a leader of that denomination's Evangelical Party.
Charles Claxton (bishop) Charles Robert Claxton was the fourth Suffragan Bishop of Warrington later translated to the See of Blackburn.
Charles Daubuz Charles Daubuz or Charles Daubus (1673–1717), was a Church of England clergyman and theologian.
Charles Foster Barham Charles Foster Barham, M.D. (1804–1884), physician—the second Christian name was rarely used—was the fourth son of Thomas Foster Barham, and was born in Truro, Cornwall, United Kingdom on 9 March 1804.
Charles Herbert Reilly Sir Charles Herbert Reilly, (4 March 1874 – 2 February 1948) was an English architect and teacher.
Charles Hope Gill The Right Rev. Charles Hope Gill MA, DD was Bishop of Travancore and Cochin from 1905 to 1924.
Christopher M. Tuckett Christopher M. Tuckett is a British biblical scholar, Anglican priest and Professor of New Testament Studies and Fellow of Pembroke College at the University of Oxford.
Christopher Wyvill Christopher Wyvill (1740–1822) was an English cleric and landowner, a political reformer who inspired the formation of the Yorkshire Association movement in 1779.
Christopher Yelverton Sir Christopher Yelverton (1536–1612) was an English judge and Speaker of the House of Commons.
Claude Hermann Walter Johns Claude Hermann Walter Johns (20 February 1857 – 1920) was an Assyriologist and Church of England clergyman.
Claudius Buchanan Claudius Buchanan (12 March 1766 – 9 February 1815) was a Scottish theologian, an ordained minister of the Church of England, and an extremely 'low church' missionary for the Church Missionary S...
Clive Gregory Clive Malcolm Gregory is the current Bishop of Wolverhampton.
Colin Scott (bishop) Colin John Fraser Scott (born 14 May 1933) was the Bishop of Hulme from 1984 until 1998.
Connop Price The Very Rev Hilary Martin Connop Price (1912–1998) was an eminent Anglican priest in the 20th century.
Cyril Bibby Cyril Bibby (b. Liverpool, 1 May 1914 as Harold Cyril Bibby; d.
Daniel Wray Daniel Wray (1701–1783) was an English antiquary and Fellow of the Royal Society.
David Hatch Sir David Hatch (7 May 1939 – 13 June 2007) was involved in production and management at BBC Radio, where he held many executive positions, including Head of Light Entertainment (Radio), Control...
David Howard Adeney David Howard Adeney was a British Protestant Christian missionary and university evangelist in China and East Asia.
David Musselwhite David Musselwhite (3 December 1940 – 23 February 2010) was a British literary critic and academic.
David Pearl David Stephen Pearl (born 11 August 1944) is a British lawyer and member of the Judicial Appointments Commission.
David Pearl (lawyer) David Stephen Pearl (born 11 August 1944) is a British lawyer and member of the Judicial Appointments Commission.
David R. Beatty David Ross Beatty, C.M., OBE, MA, CFA (born 1942) is an experienced global businessman with extensive Board experience, he is also the Conway Director of the Clarkson Centre for Business Ethics ...
David Rees (author) David Bartlett Rees (8 May 1936 – 22 May 1993) was a British author, lecturer and reviewer, known especially for children's and young-adult fiction.
David Ruffley David Laurie Ruffley (born 18 April 1962, Bolton) is a Conservative Party politician in the United Kingdom.
David Saunders-Davies David Henry Saunders-Davies (1894 - 1975) was the second Bishop of Stockport from 1951 until 1965.
David Snellgrove David Llewellyn Snellgrove (born 1920) is a British Tibetologist noted for his pioneering work on Buddhism in Tibet as well as his many travelogues.
David Walker (banker) Sir David Alan Walker (born 31 December 1939), a British banker, was chairman of Morgan Stanley International and is a senior advisor to that firm.
Declan Donnellan Declan Donnellan (born 4 August 1953) is an English theatre director and writer.
Demis Hassabis Demis Hassabis (born 27 July 1976) is a British computer game designer, artificial intelligence programmer, neuroscientist and world-class games player.
Dennis Hawker Denis Gascoyne Hawker was the eighth Bishop of Grantham.
Denys Pouncey Denys Pouncey (1906 - 1999) was an English cathedral organist, who served in Wells Cathedral Denys Duncan Rivers Pouncey was born on 23 December 1906 and was educated at Marlborough College and ...
Derek Birley Sir Derek Birley (31 May 1926 – 14 May 2002) was a distinguished English educationalist and a prize-winning writer on the social history of sport, particularly, cricket.
Derek Lewis (prison governor) Derek Lewis (born in 1946) is a former Director General of HM Prison Service, who was sacked in 1995 by then Home Secretary Michael Howard after a series of high profile escapes by IRA prisoners.
Don Macpherson Don Macpherson (born 7 September 1954) is a British screenwriter working in films and television.
Donald Robinson (bishop) Donald William Bradley Robinson AO TD (born 9 November 1922) was the Anglican Archbishop of Sydney from 1982 to 1993.
Donald Snelgrove Donald George Snelgrove was the Suffragan Bishop of Hull from 1981 until 1994.
Douglas Chamberlain Professor Douglas Anthony Chamberlain, CBE, KSG (born 1931) is a British cardiologist who founded the first paramedic unit in Europe, revolutionising pre-hospital clinical care.
Douglas John Wilson The Rt Douglas John Wilson was an eminent Anglican Bishop in the mid 20th century.
Edward Fraenkel Ludwig Edward Fraenkel FRS (born 1927) is a German-born British mathematician, and professor at University of Bath.
Edward James Stone Edward James Stone (28 February 1831–6 May 1897) was an English astronomer.
Edward Villiers (Master of the Mint) Sir Edward Villiers (c.1585 – 7 September 1626) was an English diplomat, office-holder and politician who sat in the House of Commons from 1621 to 1625.
Edwin Le Grice The Very Reverend Edwin Le Grice was an eminent Anglican priest in the latter part of the 20th century.
Elizabeth Burns Elizabeth Burns was Dean of Undergraduate Studies at Heythrop College, University of London from 2003–2008 and lectures in Philosophy of Religion.
Emily Maitlis Emily Maitlis (born 6 September 1970) is a British journalist and newsreader, currently employed by the BBC. She presents news programming across the network, including Newsnight and bulleti...
Fiona Hughes Fiona-Elizabeth Hughes (born 5 March 1990) is an English cross-country skier from Huddersfield.
Francis Bacon (Ipswich MP) Francis Bacon (30 September 1600 – c. September 1663) was an English politician who sat in the House of Commons at various times between 1645 and 1660.
Francis Bramston Francis Bramston or Brampston (died 1683) was an English judge.
Francis Fane, 1st Earl of Westmorland Francis Fane, 1st Earl of Westmorland, KB (February 1580 – 23 March 1629) was an English landowner and politician who sat in the House of Commons between 1601 and 1624 and then was raised to the...
Gareth Williams, Baron Williams of Mostyn Gareth Wyn Williams, Baron Williams of Mostyn, PC, QC, (5 February 1941 - 20 September 2003) was a Welsh barrister and Labour politician who was Leader of the House of Lords, Lord President of t...
Gary Chartier Gary William Chartier (born December 30, 1966) is an American legal scholar who currently serves as Professor of Law and Business Ethics and Associate Dean of the Tom and Vi Zapara School of Business at La Sierra University in Riverside, California.
Geoff Meeks Geoff Meeks is Professor of Financial Accounting at the University of Cambridge, and was Acting Dean of the University's Cambridge Judge Business School from 2010 to 2011.
Geoffrey Horrocks Geoffrey Horrocks (1932/33 Leicester- 12 September 2012) was a British mathematician working on vector bundles, who introduced the Horrocks construction used in the ADHM construction, and the Ho...
Geoffrey Paul Geoffrey John Paul was the eighth Bishop of Hull in the modern era from 1977 until 1981, who was then translated to Bradford where he served until his death two years later.
Geoffrey Paul (Bishop) Geoffrey John Paul (4 March 1921 - 11 July 1983) was the eighth Bishop of Hull in the modern era from 1977 until 1981, who was then translated to Bradford where he served until his death two yea...
George Armitage Chase George Armitage Chase MC (1886 – 30 November 1971) was Bishop of Ripon and Master of Selwyn College, Cambridge.
George Band George Christopher Band OBE was an English mountaineer.
George Chase (bishop) George Armitage Chase MC (3 September 1886 – 30 November 1971) was Bishop of Ripon and Master of Selwyn College, Cambridge.
George Cornelius Gorham George Cornelius Gorham (21 August 1787 – 19 June 1857) born in St Neots, Huntingdonshire was a priest in the Church of England.
George Dalston Sir George Dalston (1581 – 1657) was an English politician who sat in the House of Commons of England between 1621 and 1643.
George Fane (of Burston) Sir George Fane (1581 – 26 June 1640) was an English politician who sat in the House of Commons at various times between 1601 and 1640 Fane was the second son of Sir Thomas Fane of Badsel...
George William Lemon The Reverend George William Lemon (1726 – 4 October 1797) was the author of an early etymological dictionary of the English language, published in 1783.
Geraint Anderson Geraint Anderson (born 1972 in Notting Hill, London), is a former City of London utilities sector analyst, and newspaper columnist, best known for his City Boy column in thelondonpaper.
Gilbert Harding Gilbert Charles Harding (5 June 1907, Hereford, Herefordshire, England – 16 November 1960, London, England) was a British journalist and radio and television personality.
Godfrey Milton-Thompson Surgeon Vice Admiral Sir Godfrey James Milton-Thompson, KBE (25 April 1930 – 23 September 2012) was a senior Royal Navy officer.
Graham Hough Graham Goulden Hough was an English literary critic and poet, Professor of English at Cambridge University from 1966 to 1975.
Graham Swift Graham Colin Swift FRSL (born 4 May 1949) is an English writer.
Grantham Yorke The Very Rev Grantham Munton Yorke, DD (d 1879) was Dean of Worcester from 1874 until his death.
Hamon le Strange Sir Hamon le Strange was an English politician who sat in the House of Commons at various times between 1614 and 1626.
Hannah Murray Hannah Murray (born 1 July 1989) is an English actress, best known for playing Cassie Ainsworth in the E4 teen drama Skins from 2007 to 2008, and again in 2013.
Harold E. Lambert Harold E. Lambert OBE (1893–1967) was a British linguist and anthropologist in Kenya.
Harold Webbe Sir William Harold Webbe, CBE, DL (30 September 1885 – 22 April 1965) was a British politician.
Harry Carpenter (bishop) Harry James Carpenter (b. Liss 20 October 1901 – d. Oxford 24 May 1993) was an English bishop and theologian.
Hayne Constant Hayne Constant, CB, CBE., MA., FRAeS., FRS, (26 September 1904 - 12 January 1968) was an English mechanical and aeronautical engineer who developed jet engines during World War II.
Henry Hastings, 1st Baron Loughborough Henry Hastings, 1st Baron Loughborough (28 September 1610 – 10 January 1666/1667) was an English Royalist army commander in the Midlands during the English Civil War.
Henry Venn (Church Missionary Society) Henry Venn (10 February 1796 - 13 January 1873), was an Anglican clergyman who is recognised as one of the foremost Protestant missions strategists of the nineteenth century.
Herbert Loewe Herbert Martin James Loewe (1882–1940) was a noted scholar of Semitic languages and Jewish culture.
Hilary Martin Connop Price The Very Rev Hilary Martin Connop Price (1912- 1998) was an eminent Anglican priest in the 20th century.
Hope Gill The Right Rev. Charles Hope Gill MA, DD was Bishop of Travancore and Cochin from 1905 to 1924.
Horace Geoffrey Quaritch Wales Horace Geoffrey "H.G." Quaritch Wales (1900 – 1981) was educated at Charterhouse School, and Queens' College, Cambridge.
Horatio Mosley Moule Horatio Mosley Moule (1832-1873) was the fourth son of Henry Moule, and is best remembered as a friend of Thomas Hardy.
Hugh Oldham Hugh Oldham (c.1452 – 25 June 1519) was a Bishop of Exeter and a notable patron of education.
Hugh Thomas Hugh Swynnerton Thomas, Baron Thomas of Swynnerton, is a British historian of Welsh origin and writer.
Hugh Thomas (writer) Hugh Swynnerton Thomas, Baron Thomas of Swynnerton (born 21 October 1931) is a British historian and writer.
Humphrey Fenn Humphrey Fenn (died 1634), was an English puritan divine.
Humphrey Leech Humphrey Leech (1571–1629) was an English priest of the Church of England and Catholic convert, known as a Jesuit author.
Humphrey Toy Humphrey Toy (1537 – 16 October 1577) was a British bookseller and publisher, and the son of bookseller Robert Toy.
Huw Thomas Hywel Gruffydd "Huw" Thomas was a Welsh broadcaster, barrister and Liberal Party politician.
Iain Softley Iain Softley (born 30 October 1956) is an English film director, producer and screenwriter.
Ian Hargreaves Ian Richard Hargreaves CBE (born 18 June 1951, Burnley) is Professor of Digital Economy at Cardiff University, Wales, UK.
Ian Massey Ian Robert Massey is an English cricketer.
Ian Shuttleworth White Spirit was a hard rock band from Hartlepool, England, best remembered for guitarist Janick Gers who went on to play with Ian Gillan, Bruce Dickinson, and ultimately, Iron Maiden.
Isaac Maddox Isaac Maddox (27 July 1697 – 27 September 1759) was an Anglican clergyman, successively bishop of St Asaph and of Worcester.
Isaac Milner Isaac Milner FRS (11 January 1750 – 1 April 1820) was a mathematician, an inventor, the President of Queens' College, Cambridge and Lucasian Professor of Mathematics.
J. M. Cohen J. M. (John Michael) Cohen (5 February 1903 – 19 July 1989) was a prolific translator (into English) of European literature.
Jabez Cornelius Whitley The Right Reverend Jabez Cornelius Whitley (20 January 1837 – 13 October 1904) was an Anglican author and a Bishop in India from 1890 until 1904.
Jabez Whitley The Right Reverend Jabez Cornelius Whitley (20 January 1837 – 13 October 1904) was an Anglican author and a Bishop in India from 1890 until 1904.
John Darrell John Darrell (born Mansfield 1562) was an Anglican clergyman, noted for his Puritan views and practice as an exorcist.
John Davenant John Davenant (London, 20 May 1572 – Salisbury, 20 April 1641) was an English academic and bishop of Salisbury from 1621.
John Davies (bishop of St Asaph) The Rt Rev John Stewart Davies was Bishop of St Asaph from 1999 until 2008.Born on 28 February 1943, he was educated at St. John's School, Leatherhead and Queens' College, Cambridge and ordaine...
John Davis (RAF officer) Air Chief Marshal Sir John Gilbert Davis GCB OBE (24 March 1911 – 3 February 1989) was a Royal Air Force officer who became Air Officer Commanding-in-Chief at RAF Training Command.
John Downton John Downton (1906–1991) was an English artist, philosopher, musician, and poet.
John E. Baldwin John Evan Baldwin FRS worked at the Cavendish Astrophysics Group (formerly Mullard Radio Astronomy Observatory) from 1954.
John Eatwell, Baron Eatwell John Leonard Eatwell, Baron Eatwell, (born 2 February 1945) is a British economist and the current President of Queens' College, Cambridge.
John George Children John George Children (18 May 1777 – 1 January 1852 in Halstead/Kent) was a British chemist, mineralogist and zoologist.
John Goodwin (preacher) John Goodwin (1594–1665) was an English preacher, theologian and prolific author of significant books.
John Hall (physician) John Hall (1575 – 25 November 1635) was a physician and son-in-law of William Shakespeare.
John Jegon John Jegon (1550–1618) was an English academic and Bishop of Norwich.
John Joscelyn John Joscelyn or John Joscelin was an English clergyman and antiquarian as well as secretary to Matthew Parker, an Archbishop of Canterbury during the reign of Queen Elizabeth I of England.
John Matthew Mitchell John Matthew Mitchell CBE (born 22 March 1925) was Assistant Director-General, 1981–84, and Senior Research Fellow, 1984-85 of the British Council.
John May (bishop) John May (Meye) (died 1598) was an English academic and churchman, who became bishop of Carlisle.
John McCallum John McCallum, PC, MP is a Liberal Canadian politician, economist and university professor. Following the 2006 Federal Election, he became the Liberal Finance Critic in the Official Opposition Shadow Cabinet.
John Michell John Michell (25 December 1724 – 29 April 1793) was an English natural philosopher and geologist whose work spanned a wide range of subjects from astronomy to geology, optics, and gravitation.
John Pearson (bishop) John Pearson (28 February 1613 – 16 July 1686) was an English theologian and scholar.
John Peel (politician) William John Peel (16 June 1912 – 8 May 2004), known after he was knighted in 1973 as Sir John Peel, was a British Conservative Party politician, and Member of Parliament for Leicest...
John Pomfret John Pomfret (1667–1702) was an English poet and clergyman.
John Ponet John Ponet (c. 1514 – August 1556), sometimes spelled John Poynet, was an English Protestant churchman and controversial writer, the Bishop of Winchester and Marian exile.
John Preston (clergyman) John Preston D.D. (1587–1628) was an Anglican cleric and master of Emmanuel College, Cambridge.
John Ryder (archbishop) John Ryder (c. 1697 – 4 February 1775) was the Church of Ireland Bishop of Down and Connor, from 1743 to 1752, and then Archbishop of Tuam, from 1752 to his death in 1775.
John Ryder (bishop) John Ryder (c. 1697–1775) was the Church of Ireland Bishop of Down and Connor, from 1743 to 1752, and then Archbishop of Tuam, from 1752 to his death in 1775.
John Sanderson Long The Ven John Sanderson Long, MA, was an eminent Anglican priest in the first half of the 20th century.
John Sherrington John Francis Sherrington (born 5 January 1958) is an Auxiliary Bishop of the Archdiocese of Westminster since his appointment was announced on 30 June 2011.
John Towers (bishop) John Towers (died 1649) was an English churchman, Bishop of Peterborough from 1639, a royalist and a supporter of the ecclesiastical policies of William Laud.
John Vaizey, Baron Vaizey John Ernest Vaizey, Baron Vaizey (1 October 1929 – 19 July 1984) was a British author and economist, specialized in education.
John Van Reenen (economist) John Michael Van Reenen (born 26 December 1965) is a Professor in the Department of Economics and Director of the Centre for Economic Performance at the London School of Economics.
John Vinelott Sir John Evelyn Vincent Vinelott was a leading barrister at the Chancery bar and an English High Court judge in the Chancery Division from 1978 to 1994.
John Waugh (priest) The Very Rev John Waugh, DD was Dean of Worcester from 1751 until his death on 19 April 1765.
John Weever John Weever (1576–1632) was an English antiquary and poet.
John Whitgift John Whitgift (c. 1530 – 29 February 1604) was the Archbishop of Canterbury from 1583 to his death.
John Zarnecki John C. Zarnecki (born in Finchley, Middlesex, England) is an English space science professor and researcher.
Jonathan Israel Jonathan Irvine Israel (born 26 January 1946, London) is a British writer on Dutch history, the Age of Enlightenment and European Jewry.
Joost de Blank Joost de Blank (b Rotterdam 14 November 1908 – d Westminster 1 January 1968) was the Archbishop of Cape Town, South Africa from 1957 to 1963 and was known as the "scourge of apartheid" for his a...
José A. Cabranes José Alberto Cabranes (born December 22, 1940) is a judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit and a member of the three-judge United States Foreign Intelligence Surveill...
Keith Prosser The Rt Rev Charles Keith Kipling Prosser (known as Keith; 1897–1954) was the fifth Bishop of Burnley from 1950 until 1954.
Ken Pillar Kenneth Harold Pillar was the Bishop of Hertford from 1982 until 1989.
Lesslie Newbigin Bishop James Edward Lesslie Newbigin (8 December 1909 – 30 January 1998) was a British theologian, missiologist, missionary and author.
Lestock Adams Lestock Handley Adams was an English cricketer who played for Cambridge University between 1908 and 1910. Six of his games attained first class status, and in these he took 17 wickets and scored 61 runs.
Linda Savage Linda Rosemary Savage (born 14 January 1957) is a former Australian State politician in Western Australia.
Lindsay Ashford Lindsay Ashford is a British crime novelist and journalist.
Lionel Tollemache, 3rd Earl of Dysart Lionel Tollemache, 3rd Earl of Dysart (30 January 1649 – 23 February 1727 n.s.), styled Lord Huntingtower from 1651 to 1698, was a British Tory Member of Parliament and nobleman.
Liz Kendall Elizabeth Louise Kendall (born 11 June 1971) is a British Labour Party politician who has been the Member of Parliament for Leicester West since 2010.
Lucy Caldwell Lucy Caldwell (born 1981) is a Northern Irish playwright and novelist.
M. S. Bartlett Maurice Stevenson Bartlett FRS (18 June 1910 – 8 January 2002) was an English statistician who made particular contributions to the analysis of data with spatial and temporal patterns.
Mark Evelyn Heath Sir Mark Evelyn Heath KCVO CMG (27 May 1927–28 September 2005), a British diplomat, was Her Britannic Majesty's Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to the Holy See (1980–82), and th...
Maurice Edwards The Venerable Maurice Henry Edwards, OBE, MA was an eminent Anglican priest in the second half of the twentieth century.
Maurice Henry Edwards The Venerable Maurice Henry Edwards OBE, Master of Arts was an eminent Anglican priest in the second half of the Twentieth Century.
Maurice Wood Maurice Arthur Ponsonby Wood DSC (26 August 1916 – 24 June 2007) was an Anglican bishop in the Evangelical tradition.
Max Black Max Black was a British-American philosopher, who was a leading influential figure in analytic philosophy in the first half of the twentieth century.
Michael Ball (bishop) Michael Thomas Ball (born 14 February 1932) is an Anglican bishop and the co-founder of the Community of the Glorious Ascension.
Michael David Irving Gass Sir Michael David Irving Gass, KCMG, (Chinese: 祈濟時; 1916–1983) was the penultimate High Commissioner of the Western Pacific and also in his junior days Colonial Secretary of Hong Kong from 1965 - 1969.
Michael Foale Colin Michael Foale, CBE, PhD (born 6 January 1957) is a British-American astrophysicist and former NASA astronaut.
Michael Green (theologian) Edward Michael Bankes Green (born 1930) is a British theologian, Anglican priest, Christian apologist and author of more than 50 books.
Miles Hobart Sir Miles Hobart (12 April 1595 – 20 June 1632) was an English politician who sat in the House of Commons from 1628 to 1629.
Mohamed A. El-Erian Mohamed A. El-Erian (born August 19, 1958) is a member of the Allianz international executive committtee and an advisor to their management board.
Murder of Philip Lawrence Philip Ambrose Lawrence, QGM (21 August 1947 — 8 December 1995) was a London-based headmaster who was stabbed to death outside the gates of his school when he went to the aid of a pupil who was ...
Murray Roston Murray Roston is an Israeli Emeritus professor of English Literature at Bar-Ilan University.
Nicholas Campion Nicholas Campion (born 4 March 1953, Bristol, England), is an astrologer and is a historian of astrology and cultural astronomy.
Nicholas Pedley Sir Nicholas Pedley (17 September 1615 – 6 July 1685) was an English politician who sat in the House of Commons variously between 1656 and 1679.
Nick McKinnel Nick McKinnel (born 19 August 1954) is an English Anglican priest and Suffragan Bishop of Crediton in the Diocese of Exeter.
Noel Kennaby Noel Martin Kennaby was Dean of St Albans from 1964 until 1973.
Oliver St John, 5th Baron St John of Bletso Oliver St John, 5th Baron St John of Bletso KB (1603 – 23 October 1642) was an English politician who sat in the House of Commons from 1624 to 1629 and in the House of Lords from 1639.
Osborne Reynolds Osborne Reynolds FRS (23 August 1842 – 21 February 1912) was a prominent Anglo-Irish innovator in the understanding of fluid dynamics.
Owen Manning Owen Manning (1721–1801) was an English clergyman and antiquarian, known as a historian of Surrey.
Paul Greengrass Paul Greengrass is an English film director, screenwriter and former journalist. He specialises in dramatisations of real-life events and is known for his signature use of hand-held cameras.
Peter Abbott Admiral Sir Peter Charles Abbott, GBE KCB (12 February 1942) is a former Vice-Chief of the Defence Staff.
Peter Ball Peter John Ball is the co-founder of the Community of the Glorious Ascension and a former Bishop of Lewes and of Gloucester.
Peter Ball (bishop) Peter John Ball (born 14 February 1932) is the co-founder of the Community of the Glorious Ascension and a former Bishop of Lewes and of Gloucester.
Peter Dews Peter Kenneth Dews (born 22 April 1952) is a British philosopher, in the fields of critical theory and continental philosophy.
Peter Hausted Peter Hausted (c. 1605 - 20 July 1644), Doctor of Divinity, was a "playwright, poet, preacher" in early 17th-century England.
Peter Jones (broadcaster) Peter Jones (7 February 1930 – 2 April 1990) was a Welsh-born broadcaster, best known as a sports commentator on BBC radio in the United Kingdom, although many of his commentaries were als...
Peter Jukes Peter Jukes is an English author, screenwriter, playwright, literary critic and blogger.
Peter Redgrove Peter William Redgrove was a prolific and widely respected British poet, who also wrote works with his second wife Penelope Shuttle on menstruation and women's health, novels and plays.
Philip Cox (businessman) Philip Gotsall Cox CBE is the Chief Executive Officer of International Power, the energy company based in London, formed from National Power when Innogy de-merged from it in April 2000.
Robert Main The Reverend Robert Main (12 July 1808 – 9 May 1878) was an English astronomer.
Robert Mapletoft Robert Mapletoft (1609–1677) was an English churchman and academic, Master of Pembroke College, Cambridge and Dean of Ely.
Robert Reuland Robert Charles Reuland (born 1963) is an American attorney and author.
Robert Tounson Robert Tounson (1575 – 15 May 1621) — also seen as “Townson” and “Toulson” — was Dean of Westminster from 1617 to 1620, and later Bishop of Salisbury from 1620 to 1621.
Robert Walmsley Vice-Admiral Sir Robert Walmsley KCB, FREng, FRSA, FIET (b.
Rodney Dale Rodney A.M. Dale (born 1933) is an English author, editor, publisher, and a co-founder and former member of Cambridge Consultants Ltd. He has also written principally on non-fiction topics (bio...
Roger Manners, 5th Earl of Rutland Roger Manners, 5th Earl of Rutland (6 October 1576 – 26 June 1612) was the eldest surviving son of John Manners, 4th Earl of Rutland and his wife, Elizabeth nee Charleton (d.
Roland Penrose Sir Roland Algernon Penrose CBE (14 October 1900 – 23 April 1984) was an English artist, historian and poet.
Ron Sandler Ron Sandler CBE is a British businessman. He is best known for his contribution to the rescue of Lloyd's of London, where he was Chief Executive from 1995-99.
Salman bin Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa Prince Salman bin Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa, Crown Prince of Bahrain (سلمان بن حمد آل خليفة, born 21 October 1969) is the heir apparent and First Deputy Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Bahrain.
Sam Lotu-Iiga Peseta Sam Lotu-Iiga (born 2 November 1970) is the member of the New Zealand Parliament for the Maungakiekie electorate having been elected in the 2008 election.
Sir Henry Slingsby, 1st Baronet Sir Henry Slingsby of Scriven, 1st Baronet (14 January 1602 – 8 June 1658) was a Yorkshire landowner, politician and soldier who sat in the House of Commons at various times between 1625 and 1642.
Sir Robert Gore-Booth, 4th Baronet Sir Robert Gore-Booth, 4th Baronet (25 August 1805 – 21 December 1876) was an Anglo-Irish politician and landowner, who built Lissadell House, located in County Sligo.
Spencer Compton, 2nd Earl of Northampton Spencer Compton, 2nd Earl of Northampton (May 1601 – 19 March 1643), styled Lord Compton from 1618 to 1630, was an English soldier and politician who sat in the House of Commons from 1621...
Stephanie Merritt Stephanie Jane Merritt (born 1974 in Surrey) is an English critic and feature writer who has contributed to various publications including The Times, the Daily Telegraph, the New State...
Stephen Fry Stephen John Fry (born 24 August 1957) is an English comedian, actor, writer, presenter, and activist.
Stephen Kinnock Stephen Kinnock (born 1 January 1970) is the husband of Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt and a British executive who has held various senior positions with the British Council prior ...
Stephen Lander Sir Stephen James Lander, KCB (born 1947) is a former chairman of the United Kingdom's Serious Organised Crime Agency (SOCA), who also served as Director-General of the British Security Service...
Stephen Nettles Stephen Nettles (fl. 1595 – 1647) was an English clergyman and controversialist.
Stephen Pedley Geoffrey Stephen Pedley was the Anglican Bishop of Lancaster from 1998 until 2005.
Stephen Sedley Sir Stephen Sedley (born 9 October 1939), styled The Rt. Hon.
T. H. White Terence Hanbury White (29 May 1906 – 17 January 1964), known as Tim, was an English author best known for his sequence of Arthurian novels, The Once and Future King, first published together in 1958.
Thomas Bedford (theologian) Thomas Bedford, theologian, was prominent in religious controversy between 1620 and 1650, but little is known of his personal history.
Thomas Blague Thomas Blague (or Blage) (c.1545-1611) was an English churchman and author, dean of Rochester from 1592.
William Glyn (bishop) William Glyn (1504 – 21 May 1558), also known as William Glynn or William Glynne, was the Bishop of Bangor from 1555 until his death.
William Leeke William Leeke (1797–1879) was a British Army officer and clergyman, known for his published reminiscences of the Waterloo Campaign, which form a primary source for many modern histories of the c...
William Peel (colonial administrator) Sir William Peel KCMG, KBE (Chinese name: 貝璐, 27 February 1875 – 24 February 1945) was a British colonial administrator who became the Governor of Hong Kong.