Achilles Daunt Achilles Daunt (1832–1878) was a noted Irish preacher and homilist, and Anglican dean of Cork.
Arthur Sutton Valpy Arthur Sutton Valpy (28 March 1849 - 15 June 1909) was a canon of Winchester Cathedral.
Augustus Duncombe The Hon and Very Rev Augustus Duncombe DD was Dean of York from 1858 until his death.
Augustus Shears The Reverend Augustus Shears (25 July 1827 - 25 May 1911) was the sixth and youngest son of Daniel Towers Shears (1784–1860), a partner of James Shears and Sons, and Frances Spurrell (1788–1834)...
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 Merivale The Very Reverend Charles Merivale (8 March 1808 – 27 December 1893) was an English historian and churchman, for many years dean of Ely Cathedral.
Charles Valentine Le Grice Charles Valentine Le Grice (1773–1858) was an Anglican priest, an associate of Charles Lamb and Samuel Taylor Coleridge, a squib writer, and a translator of Longus.
Churchill Julius Churchill Julius (15 October 1847 – 1 September 1938) was an Anglican cleric in England, then in Australia and New Zealand, becoming the first Archbishop of New Zealand.
Cosmo Gordon Lang William Cosmo Gordon Lang, 1st Baron Lang of Lambeth (known as Cosmo; 31 October 1864 – 5 December 1945) was a Scottish Anglican prelate who served as Archbishop of York (1908–1928) and Archbis...
Edward Bouverie Pusey Edward Bouverie Pusey (22 August 1800 – 16 September 1882) was an English churchman, for more than fifty years Regius Professor of Hebrew at Christ Church, Oxford.
Edward Drax Free The Reverend Edward Drax Free DD (1764–1843) was an English clergyman.
Edward Twells Edward Twells was the first Bishop of Bloemfontein in South Africa from 1863 to 1869.
Emil Caswell The Very Reverend Emil George Henry Caswell was the Dean of St George's Cathedral, Georgetown, Guyana, from 1894 until 1910.
Emil George Henry Caswell The Very Reverend Emil George Henry Caswell was the Dean of St George's Cathedral, Georgetown, Guyana from 1894 until 1910.
Ernest Henry Shears The Reverend Ernest Henry Shears (1849, Streatham – 20 February 1917, Stafford) was an Anglican clergyman in South Africa.
Ernest Shears The Reverend Ernest Henry Shears (1849, Streatham – 20 February 1917, Stafford) was an Anglican clergyman in South Africa.
Evan Evans (academic) Evan Evans academic 1813 – 23 November 1891 was Master of Pembroke College, Oxford from 1864 to 1891, and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Oxford from 1878 to 1882.
Francis Bertie Boyce Francis Bertie Boyce (6 April 1844 – 27 May 1931) was an Australian clergyman and social reformer.
Francis Jeune Francis Jeune or François Jeune was Dean of Jersey, 1838–1844, Master of Pembroke College, Oxford and Bishop of Peterborough, 1864-1868.
Frederick Oakeley Frederick Oakeley (5 September 1802 – 30 January 1880) was an English Roman Catholic convert, priest, and author.
Frederick Spurrell The Reverend Frederick Spurrell was the second son, and seventh of eight children, of Charles Spurrell and Hannah Shears (daughter of James Shears, of James Shears and Sons).
Frederick Thatcher Rev. Frederick Thatcher (1814 – 19 December 1890) was an English and New Zealand architect and clergyman.
Frederick William Faber Frederick William Faber, C.O., (28 June 1814 — 26 September 1863) was a noted English hymn writer and theologian, who converted from Anglicanism to the Catholic priesthood.
George Emlen Hare George Emlen Hare was an American Protestant Episcopal clergyman, born in Philadelphia.
George Hugh Bourne George Hugh Bourne was a hymnodist, schoolmaster and warden, chaplain to the Bishop of Bloemfontein, and ultimately on the staff of Salisbury Cathedral as Sub-dean and Prebendary.
George Markham The Very Rev George Markham, DD (30 March 1763 - 30 September 1822) was Dean of York from 1802 and Rector of Stokesley until his death.
George Mitchell (priest) The Revd George Mitchell was a missionary priest of the Anglican Church serving in the Free State, South Africa, from 1864, and afterwards at Kimberley, who pioneered early translation of liturg...
George Zabriskie Gray George Zabriskie Gray was a notable clergyman, educator and theologian of the Episcopal Church in the United States.
Godfrey Thring Godfrey Thring (25 March 1823 – 13 September 1903), was an Anglican clergyman and hymn writer.
Hardwicke Rawnsley Canon Hardwicke Drummond Rawnsley (29 September 1851 – 28 May 1920), was a Church of England clergyman, poet, writer of hymns, local politician, and conservationist, remembered as one of the co-...
Henry Hobart (priest) Henry Lewis Hobart was an English Anglican clergyman who became Dean of Windsor and thus Dean of Wolverhampton.
Henry Ramsden Bramley Henry Ramsden Bramley (1833–1917) was an English clergyman and hymnologist perhaps best known for his collaborations with the composer Sir John Stainer.
Henry Whitehead (clergyman) The Reverend Henry Whitehead (22 September 1825 – 5 March 1896) was a Church of England cleric and the assistant curate at St. Luke's church in Soho, London during the 1854 cholera outbreak.
James Garbett James Garbett (1802-1879) was a British academic and Anglican cleric who became the Archdeacon of Chichester.
James Vincent Vincent James Vincent Vincent (born James Vincent Jones) (4 October 1792 – 22 March 1876) was a Welsh cleric who became Dean of Bangor Cathedral, holding the position for 14 years.
James William Adams Reverend James William Adams VC (24 November 1839 – 24 October 1903) was born in Cork and was an Irish recipient of the Victoria Cross, the highest and most prestigious award for gallantry...
John Allen Wedgwood The Reverend John Allen Wedgwood (1796–July 19, 1882), normally known as Allen Wedgwood was rector of Maer Staffordshire.
John Andrews (clergyman) Rev. John Andrews, D.D. (1746–1813): Colonial/American clergyman; 4th Provost (1810–13), 3rd Vice Provost (1789–1810), and Professor of Moral Philosophy at the University of Pennsylvania; Princi...
John Bacchus Dykes John Bacchus Dykes (10 March 1823 Kingston upon Hull – 22 January 1876 Ticehurst, Sussex) was an English clergyman and hymnist.
John Gutch John Gutch (10 January 1746 – 1 July 1831) was an Anglican clergyman and official of the University of Oxford.
John Henry Newman Blessed John Henry Newman CO (21 February 1801 – 11 August 1890), also referred to as Cardinal Newman, was an important figure in the religious history of England in the 19th century.
John Keble John Keble (25 April 1792 – 29 March 1866) was an English churchman and poet, one of the leaders of the Oxford Movement.
John Mason Neale John Mason Neale (24 January 1818 – 6 August 1866) was an Anglican priest, scholar and hymn-writer.
John Sylvester John Gardiner John Sylvester John Gardiner (1765–1830), aka John S. J. Gardiner, was Rector of Trinity Church, Boston, Massachusetts, president of Boston's Anthology Club, and active in the Boston Athenæum.
John Troutbeck John Troutbeck was the son of George Troutbeck of Dacre, Cumberland.
John Venn John Venn FRS (4 August 1834 – 4 April 1923), was a British logician and philosopher.
Jules Louis Prevost Jules Louis Prevost (June 20, 1863 – September 2, 1937) was an American Episcopal missionary to Alaska, a linguist and translator, and a professor of the history of medicine at the Temple Univer...
Lambert Blackwell Larking Lambert Blackwell Larking (2 February 1797 – 2 August 1868) was an English clergyman, writer and antiquarian.
Leighton Coleman Leighton Coleman (1837–1907, age 69–70) was an American clergyman of the Episcopal Church.
Neville Borton Neville Arthur Blachley Borton, M.A. was the second rector of St Cyprian's Church, Kimberley, South Africa, serving from 1876–77, being successor to Fr John Witherston Rickards.
Philip Quaque Philip Quaque (1741 – 17 October 1816) was the first African to be ordained as a minister of the Church of England.
Richard Bassett (clergyman) Richard Bassett was a Welsh cleric, thought to be the last Anglican clergyman in Wales to be associated with the Methodists.
Richard Valpy Richard Valpy (7 December 1754 - 28 March 1836) was a schoolmaster in Great Britain.
Richard William Church Richard William Church (25 April 1815 – 6 December 1890) was an English churchman and writer, known latterly as Dean Church.
Robert Brisco Earée The Reverend Robert Brisco Earée (1846-1928) was an English philatelist, known for his studies of philatelic fakes and forgeries.
Robert Henry Codrington Robert Henry Codrington (15 September 1830, Wroughton, Wiltshire – 11 September 1922) was an Anglican priest and anthropologist who made the first study of Melanesian society and culture.
Robert Isaac Wilberforce Robert Isaac Wilberforce (December 1802 – 3 February 1857) was an English clergyman and writer, second son of abolitionist William Wilberforce, and active in the Oxford Movement.
Robert James M'Ghee Robert James M'Ghee (1789-1872) was a Church of Ireland clergyman and anti-Catholic polemicist.
Robert Knopwood Robert Knopwood (2 June 1763 – 18 September 1838) was an early clergyman and diarist in Australia.
Robert Wilberforce Robert Isaac Wilberforce (December 1802 – 3 February 1857) was an English clergyman and writer, second son of abolitionist William Wilberforce, and active in the Oxford Movement.
Rowland Williams (theologian) Rowland Williams was vice-principal and Professor of Hebrew at St David’s College, Lampeter from 1849 to 1862 and was one of the most influential theologians of the nineteenth century.
Spencer Rodney, 5th Baron Rodney Spencer Rodney, 5th Baron Rodney (30 April 1785 – 15 May 1846) was an English peer and clergyman, styled The Honourable Spencer Rodney from 1802 until 1843.
Stephen George Comyn Stephen George Comyn (29 December 1764 – 3 March 1839) was an English naval chaplain who served with Lord Nelson at the Battle of the Nile and Battle of Copenhagen.
T. H. E. C. Espin The Reverend Thomas Henry Espinell Compton Espin or T. H. E. C. Espin was a British astronomer.
Thomas Briscoe Thomas Briscoe was a Welsh priest and scholar, who was a Fellow of Jesus College, Oxford for 25 years and Vicar of Holyhead for 37 years.
Thomas Helmore Thomas Helmore (7 May 1811 in Kidderminster – 6 July 1890 in Westminster) was a choirmaster, writer about singing and author and editor of hymns and carols.
Thomas Morton Harper Thomas Morton Harper was an English Jesuit priest, philosopher, theologian and preacher.
Thomas Streatfeild Rev Thomas Streatfeild MA, FSA (5 January 1777–17 May 1848) was a renowned antiquarian and churchman in the early 19th century.
W.P. Hanbury The Revd W.P. Hanbury was Rector of St Cyprian’s Church, Kimberley on the South African Diamond Fields, 1882-1884.
Walter Weston Walter Weston (25 December 1860 – 27 March 1940), was an English clergyman, missionary, and mountaineer.
William Branwhite Clarke William Branwhite Clarke, FRS (2 June 1798 – 16 June 1878) was an English geologist and clergyman, active in Australia.
William Cooper (Anglican priest) Canon William Henry Cooper was a priest of the Church of England who founded St Luke's Hospital for the Clergy in London and the College of St Barnabas in Lingfield, Surrey.
William Crisp The Revd William Crisp was a missionary priest of the Anglican Church in the Diocese of Bloemfontein, South Africa, who served there from the mid-1860s.
William Dawnay, 6th Viscount Downe William Henry Dawnay, 6th Viscount Downe, styled The Honourable William Henry Dawnay until 1832, was an English clergyman and Irish peer.
William Evans (footballer) William Addams Williams Evans (September 1853 – 23 April 1919) was a Welsh churchman who played for the Wales national football team, in the first two international matches in 1876 and 1877 befo...
William Henry Anderdon William Henry Anderdon (26 December 1816 – 28 July 1890) was an English Jesuit and writer, born in London.
William Hiley Bathurst William H. Bathurst (August 28, 1796 – November 25, 1877) was an Anglican clergyman and hymnist.
William Holland Wilmer William Holland Wilmer was the eleventh president of the College of William and Mary from October 1826 until his death in 1827.
William Upton Richards William Upton Richards (April 29, 1811-June 16, 1873) was a prominent Tractarian priest in the Church of England who served mostly notably the vicar of All Saints, Margaret Street from 1859-73.