Alan Smith (cricketer) Alan Christopher Smith, known as A. C. Smith (born 25 October 1936, Hall Green, Birmingham, Warwickshire) is an English former Test cricketer, who appeared in six Tests for England.
Alexander Jones (footballer) Alexander Fletcher Jones was a Welsh amateur footballer who played at centre-forward for Wales in their second international match against Scotland in March 1877.
Alexander Nowell Alexander Nowell (c. 1507 – 13 February 1602) was a Protestant, Reformed, Calvinistic and Anglican theologian and clergyman.
Alexander Obolensky Prince Alexander Sergeevich Obolensky (Александр Серге́евич Оболенский; 17 February 1916 — 29 March 1940) was a Rurikid prince of Russian origin who became a naturalised Briton, having spe...
Alexander Penrose Forbes Alexander Penrose Forbes (June 16, 1817 – October 8, 1875), Scottish divine, was born at Edinburgh.
Andrew Lindsay Andrew Lindsay MBE (born 25 March 1977) is a British former Olympic medal-winning rower and the CEO of Telecom Plus, which owns The Utility Warehouse.
Anne Atkins Anne Atkins (born 1956) is an English broadcaster, journalist and novelist.
Anselm Genders Anselm Genders CR, born Roger Marson Genders and also added the name of Alban when he joined the Royal Navy (15 August 1919-19 June 2008), was the Bishop of Bermuda from 1977 until 1982.
Anthony McCowan Sir Anthony James Denys McCowan (12 January 1928 – 3 July 2003) was a British barrister and judge of the High Court of Justice and Court of Appeal best known for trying the case of Clive Ponting...
Anthony Smith (producer) Professor Anthony Smith, CBE, is a British broadcaster, author and academic, who was President of Magdalen College, Oxford, between 1988 and 2005.
Arnold Jackson Brigadier-General Arnold Nugent Strode Strode-Jackson CBE DSO & Three Bars was a British athlete, British Army officer, and a barrister.
Arnold Jackson (athlete) Brigadier-General Arnold Nugent Strode Strode-Jackson CBE DSO & Three Bars was a British athlete, British Army officer, and a barrister.
Arnold Jackson (British Army officer) Brigadier-General Arnold Nugent Strode Strode-Jackson (5 April 1891 – 13 November 1972) was a British athlete, British Army officer, and a barrister.
Arthur Evans Sir Arthur John Evans FRS (8 July 1851 – 11 July 1941) was an English archaeologist most famous for unearthing the palace of Knossos on the Greek island of Crete and for developing the con...
Arthur Hayter, 1st Baron Haversham Arthur Divett Hayter, 1st Baron Haversham PC (9 August 1835 – 10 May 1917), known as Sir Arthur Hayter, Bt, from 1878 to 1906, was a British Liberal politician.
Arthur Heath Arthur Howard Heath TD (29 May 1856 – 26 April 1930) was a British industrialist, first-class cricketer, Rugby Union international and Conservative Party politician.
Arthur Purey-Cust Arthur Percival Purey-Cust (21 February 1828–23 December 1916) was a Church of England priest who served as Dean of York for over 30 years in the 19th and 20th centuries.
Arthur West Haddan Arthur West Haddan (1816–1873) was an English churchman and academic, of High Church Anglican views, now remembered as an ecclesiastical historian, particularly for Councils and Ecclesiastical...
Arthur William Rucker Sir Arthur William Rucker (or Rücker), KB, FRS (23 October 1848, Clapham Park, London, England – 1 November 1915, Everington at Yattendon in Berkshire) was a British physicist.
Ashurst Gilbert Ashurst Turner Gilbert (1786–1870) was an English churchman and academic, Principal of Brasenose College, Oxford from 1822 and bishop of Chichester.
Bill O'Chee William George "Bill" O'Chee (born 19 June 1965) is an Australian politician.
Brian Boobbyer Brian Boobbyer played in nine Test matches for England at rugby union between 1950 and 1952.
Bruce Kent Bruce Kent (born 22 June 1929) is a British political activist and a former Roman Catholic priest.
Camilla Cavendish Camilla Hilary Cavendish is Associate Editor, columnist and leader writer for The Times.
Catharine Bond Hill Catharine "Cappy" Bond Hill is the current president of Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, NY. She began in 2006, after former president Frances D. Fergusson retired.
Charles Cheyne, 1st Viscount Newhaven Charles Cheyne, 1st Viscount Newhaven (23 October 1625 – 30 June 1698) was an English politician who sat in the House of Commons at various times between 1660 and 1698.
Charles Dundas (priest) Charles Leslie Dundas was an eminent Anglican priest in the late nineteenth Born into an ecclesiastical family on 1 November 1847, he was educated at The King's School, Canterbury and Brasenos...
Charles Fairburn Charles Edward Fairburn (5 September 1887 — 12 October 1945) was an electrical engineer whose work mainly concerned rail transport.
Charles Holmes Sir Charles John Holmes, KCVO (11 November 1868, Preston, Lancashire – 7 December 1936, Kensington, London) was a British painter, art historian and museum director.
Charles Langbridge Morgan Charles Langbridge Morgan (22 January 1894 – 6 February 1958) was an English-born playwright and novelist of English and Welsh parentage.
Chris Lowe (journalist) John Christopher Lowe (born 25 January 1949 in Scotland) is a news presenter who worked for BBC News for 37 years until his retirement on 4 January 2009.
Christopher Goodman Christopher Goodman BD (1520–1603) was an English reforming clergyman and writer.
Claire Perry Claire Louise Perry (born 3 April 1964) is a Conservative Member of Parliament for Devizes, elected in the 2010 general election.
Colin Clark Colin Grant Clark (2 November 1905 - 4 September 1989) was a British and Australian economist and statistician who worked in both the United Kingdom and Australia.
Colin Clark (economist) Colin Grant Clark (2 November 1905 – 4 September 1989) was a British and Australian economist and statistician who worked in both the United Kingdom and Australia.
Colin Cowdrey Michael Colin Cowdrey, Baron Cowdrey of Tonbridge, CBE (24 December 19324 December 2000), better known as Colin Cowdrey, was a stylish, affable batsman who played for Oxford University Cri...
Colin Welford Colin Welford is a composer for stage and screen, conductor, orchestrator and music director based in the United States.
Con Coughlin Con Coughlin (born 14 January 1955) is a British journalist and author, currently The Daily Telegraph Defence Editor.
Conrad Wallroth Conrad Adolphus Wallroth (12 May 1851 — 22 February 1926) was an English cricketer who played first-class cricket for Oxford University between 1872 and 1874, Kent in 1872 and Derbyshire i...
Cuthbert Ottaway Cuthbert John Ottaway (19 July 1850 – 2 April 1878), was an English footballer.
Cyril Porter Cyril Henry Atwell Porter was a British athlete who competed mainly in the 3000 metre team.
Dave Ramsden David Edward John ("Dave") Ramsden CBE (born 9 February 1964) is a senior British civil servant, serving as the Chief Economic Adviser to HM Treasury.
David Binning Monro David Binning Monro (16 November 1836 – 22 August 1905) was a Scottish Homeric scholar, Provost of Oriel College, Oxford, and Vice-Chancellor of Oxford University.
David Cameron David William Donald Cameron (born 9 October 1966) is the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, First Lord of the Treasury, Minister for the Civil Service and Leader of the Conservative Party.
David Emms David A Emms OBE MA is a noted educationalist and former rugby union player.
David Follett Sir David Henry Follett FMA (1907 – 1982) was a Director of the Science Museum, London from 1960 to 1973.
David Hay (diplomat) Sir David Osborne Hay, CBE, DSO (29 November 1916 – 18 May 2009) was an Australian soldier, senior public servant and diplomat, becoming Ambassador to the United Nations, A...
David Langford David Rowland Langford (born 10 April 1953) is a British author, editor and critic, largely active within the science fiction field.
David Westcott David Guy Westcott is a former field hockey player, who won the bronze medal with the British squad at the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles.
David Wiggins David Wiggins (born 8 March 1933) is a British moral philosopher, metaphysician, and philosophical logician working especially on identity and issues in meta-ethics.
Denys Finch Hatton The Hon. Denys George Finch Hatton (24 April 1887 – 14 May 1931) was an aristocratic big-game hunter and the lover of Baroness Karen Blixen (also known by her pen name as Isak Dinesen), a Danish...
Diane Coyle Diane Coyle, OBE (born February 1961), is a freelance economist, and a former advisor to the UK Treasury.
Dominic Barton Dominic "Dom" Barton (born 1962) is a longtime top senior partner and director at management consultancy McKinsey & Company, and has served as its managing director (chief executive) since 2009.
Donald Acheson Sir (Ernest) Donald Acheson KBE (17 September 1926 – 10 January 2010) was a British physician and epidemiologist who served as Chief Medical Officer of the United Kingdom from 1983 to 1991.
Donald Tyerman Donald Tyerman CBE was an English journalist and editor.
Douglas Haig, 1st Earl Haig Field Marshal Douglas Haig, 1st Earl Haig of Bemersyde, (19 June 1861 – 29 January 1928) was a British senior officer during World War I. He commanded the British Expeditionary Force (BEF) from...
Edward Lowth Badeley Edward Lowth Badeley was an English ecclesiastical lawyer, a member of the Oxford Movement, who was involved in some of the most notorious cases of the nineteenth century Edward was the younger ...
Edward Maclure The Very Rev Edward Craig Maclure, DD, MA was Dean of Manchester in the last decade of the 19th century and the first one of the 20th.
Elias Ashmole Elias Ashmole (23 May 1617 – 18 May 1692) was a celebrated English antiquary, politician, officer of arms, astrologer and student of alchemy.
Eric Birley Eric Barff Birley (12 January 1906 - 20 October 1995), was a British historian and archaeologist, particularly associated with the excavation of the forts of Hadrian's Wall, notably at Vindolanda.
Eric Bodington Eric James Bodington was an eminent Anglican priest and author in the early decades of the twentieth century.
Eric Wall The Rt Rev Eric St Quintin Wall (19 April 1915 – 11 April 2011) was the second Bishop of Huntingdon from 1972 to 1980 and from then on an Assistant Bishop within the Diocese of Gloucester.
Falconer Madan Falconer Madan was Librarian of the Bodleian Library of Oxford University.
Foster Grey Blackburne Foster Grey Blackburne, MA (b Prestwich, 3 December 1838- d 1 February 1909) was Archdeacon of Manchester from 1905 until his death.
Francis Ingleby Blessed Francis Ingleby (c. 1551 – 3 June 1586) was a Roman Catholic martyr executed in York, England during the reign of Elizabeth I.
Francis Mason (archdeacon) Francis Mason (1566?-1621) was an English churchman, archdeacon of Norfolk and author of Of the Consecration of the Bishops in the Church of England (1613), a defence of the Church of Englan...
Francis Mason (priest) Francis Mason (1566?-1621) was an English churchman, archdeacon of Norfolk and author of Of the Consecration of the Bishops in the Church of England (1613), a defence of the Church of Englan...
Francis Thicknesse Francis Henry Thicknesse was the inaugural Suffragan Bishop of Leicester from 1888 until 1903.
Frank Finn Frank Finn FZS, MBOU (1868 - 1 October 1932) was an English ornithologist.
Frederic Weatherly Frederic Edward Weatherly, KC (4 October 1848 – 7 September 1929) was an English lawyer, author, lyricist and broadcaster.
Frederick Dillistone Frederick William Dillistone (9 May 1903 – 5 October 1993) was the second Dean of Liverpool.
Frederick Maddison (footballer) Frederick Brunning Maddison (22 July 1849 – 25 September 1907) was an English footballer who played for England as a midfielder in the first international match against Scotland, as well as winn...
Frederick William Robertson Frederick William Robertson (3 February 1816 – 15 August 1853), known as Robertson of Brighton, was an English divine.
Frodsham Hodson Frodsham Hodson (1770–1822) was an English churchman and academic, the Principal of Brasenose College, Oxford from 1809.
G. C. Peden George C. Peden is an emeritus professor of history at Stirling University, Scotland.
Geoffrey Gower-Jones Geoffrey Gower-Jones(born 30 April 1910– died 5 November 1982) was Archdeacon of Lancaster from 1966 to 1980.
Geoffrey Rippon (Aubrey) Geoffrey Frederick Rippon, Baron Rippon of Hexham, PC, (28 May 1924 – 28 January 1997) was a British Conservative politician.
George Arney Sir George Alfred Arney (1810 – 7 April 1883) was the second Chief Justice of New Zealand.
George Askwith, 1st Baron Askwith George Ranken Askwith, 1st Baron Askwith, KBE, KC (17 February 1861 - 2 June 1942), known as Sir George Askwith between 1911 and 1919, was an English lawyer, civil servant and industrial a...
George Baker (judge) Sir George Gillespie Baker, QC, OBE, PC, KT (25 April 1910 – 13 June 1984) was President of the Family Division (formerly of the Probate, Divorce and Admiralty Division) of the High Court of Ju...
George Bampfylde, 1st Baron Poltimore George Warwick Bampfylde, 1st Baron Poltimore (23 March 1786 – 19 December 1858), known as Sir George Bampfylde, Bt, from 1823 to 1831, was a British peer.
George Chesterton George Herbert Chesterton MBE was an English cricketer who played first-class cricket between 1949 and 1966.
George Clarke George Clarke (1661–1736), the son of Sir William Clarke, enrolled at Brasenose College, Oxford in 1676.
George Fisher (bishop) Rt. Rev. George Carnac Fisher (1844 – 1921) was Bishop of Southampton from 1896 to 1898 and Ipswich from 1899 to 1906.
George Gerard The Rt Rev George Vincent Gerard, MC, CBE (24 November 1898 – 14 January 1984) was the 7th Anglican Bishop of Waiapu, serving from 1938 to 1944.
George Goodman George Jerome Waldo Goodman (August 10, 1930 – January 3, 2014) was an American author and economics broadcast commentator, best known by his pseudonym Adam Smith (which was assigned by Cl...
George Monbiot George Joshua Richard Monbiot (born 27 January 1963) is an English writer, known for his environmental and political activism.
Gilbert Joyce Gilbert Cunningham Joyce (7 April 1866–1942) was a university educator and Bishop of Monmouth.
Gordon Mursell Alfred Gordon Mursell is a former suffragan Bishop of Stafford in the Church of England.
Grace McCleen Grace McCleen (born 1981) is a Welsh author whose first book, The Land of Decoration, was published in 2012 by Chatto & Windus.
Graham Fry Sir Graham Holbrook Fry, KCMG (born 20 December 1949) was British High Commissioner to Malaysia from 1998 to 2001 and British Ambassador to Japan from 2004 to 2008.
Graham Richards Professor William Graham Richards C.B.E., M.A., D.Phil, D.Sc, C.Chem, FRSC was born 1 October 1939 in Hoylake, Cheshire and was Head of Chemistry (1997-2006) at the University of Oxford.
Guy Butler (poet) Guy Butler (full name Frederick Guy Butler, b. 21 January 1918 in Cradock, Eastern Cape South Africa - 26 April 2001, Grahamstown, South Africa) was a South African poet and writer.
Guy Spier Guy Spier is a Zurich based investor and commentator.
Gwynn Evans Gwynn Evans (13 August 1915 – April 2001) was a Welsh cricketer.
Harold Gilman The British artist Harold John Wilde Gilman (11 February 187612 February 1919) was a painter of interiors, portraits and landscapes, and a founder-member of the Camden Town Group.
Harold Hanbury Harold Greville Hanbury (19 June 1898 at Compton Verney House, Warwickshire – 12 March 1993 at Pinetown, Natal, South Africa) was Vinerian Professor of English Law at the University of Oxford fr...
Harry Judge Harry George Judge is Senior Research Fellow at the Department of Education, University of Oxford and emeritus fellow of Brasenose College, Oxford.
Harry Thompson Harry William Thompson (6 February 1960 – 7 November 2005) was an English radio and television producer, comedy writer, novelist and biographer.
Heaton Rhodes Sir Robert Heaton Rhodes KCVO KBE VD (27 February 1861 – 30 July 1956), usually known as Sir Heaton Rhodes, was a New Zealand politician and lawyer.
Helen Darville Helen Dale (born 24 January 1972), also known as Helen Darville and Helen Demidenko, is an Australian writer and lawyer.
Helen DeWitt Helen DeWitt (born 1957 in Takoma Park, Maryland, a suburb of Washington, D.C.) is a novelist.
Humfrey Malins Humfrey Jonathon Malins CBE (born 31 July 1945, Nuneaton, Warwickshire) is a British Conservative Party politician, who was Member of Parliament (MP) for Croydon North West and later Woking.
Humphrey Ely Humphrey Ely, LL.D. (died 1604) was an English Catholic divine.
Humphrey Llwyd Humphrey Llwyd (also spelled Lhuyd) (1527–1568) was a Welsh cartographer, author, antiquary and Member of Parliament.
Humphrey Salwey Humphrey Salwey (1575–1652) was an English politician who sat in the House of Commons from 1640 to 1652.
Iain Vallance, Baron Vallance of Tummel Iain David Thomas Vallance, Baron Vallance of Tummel, FRSA is a British businessman and a Liberal Democrat politician, currently the party's spokesperson for Trade and Industry.
Ian White-Thomson Ian Hugh White-Thomson was an eminent Anglican clergyman, the Dean of Canterbury from 1963 to 1976.
Ian Wilson (entrepreneur) Ian Muir Wilson (15 November 1943) is a British entrepreneur, writer, travel publisher, and founder and chairman of WEXAS.
Illtyd Trethowan Dom Illtyd Trethowan (12 May 1907 – 30 October 1993), earlier known as Kenneth Trethowan, was an English priest, philosopher, and author, for more than thirty years sub-prior of Downs...
J. G. Farrell James Gordon Farrell (25 January 1935 – 11 August 1979), known as J.G. Farrell, was a Liverpool-born novelist of Irish descent.
J. H. S. Wild The Very Revd. John Herbert Severn Wild (1904–1992) was Dean of Durham and Master of University College, University of Oxford.
Jack Beatson Sir Jack Beatson FBA, also known as The Rt. Hon Lord Justice Beatson, has been a Lord Justice of Appeal since January 2013.
Jake Seamer John Wemyss "Jake" Seamer (23 June 1913 – 16 April 2006) was an amateur cricketer who played for Oxford University and Somerset either side of the Second World War.
James Archer (stock trader) The Hon. James Howard Archer born 10 June 1974, is an English businessman with various interests in Kurdistan, and a former stock market trader.
John Bradbury, 2nd Baron Bradbury John Bradbury, 2nd Baron Bradbury, of Winsford in the County of Chester was a British peer and member of the House of Lords, the second holder of the title Baron Bradbury.
John Brademas John Brademas (born March 2, 1927) is an American politician and educator originally from Indiana.
John Buchan, 1st Baron Tweedsmuir John Buchan, 1st Baron Tweedsmuir (26 August 1875 11 February 1940) was a Scottish novelist, historian and Unionist politician who served as Governor General of Canada, the 15th since Canadian ...
John Buchan, 2nd Baron Tweedsmuir John Norman Stuart Buchan, 2nd Baron Tweedsmuir CBE, CD was a Scottish Peer and the son of John Buchan, 1st Baron Tweedsmuir was a "brilliant fisherman and naturalist, a gallant soldier and f...
John Cracroft Wilson Sir John Cracroft Wilson CB KCSI (21 May 1808 – 2 March 1881), also known as Nabob Wilson, was a British-educated civil servant in India, farmer and politician in New Zealand.
John Darwall John Darwall (1731–1789) was an English clergyman and hymnodist.
John Deane (MP) Sir John Deane (1583 – 17 February 1626) was an English politician who sat in the House of Commons from 1621 to 1622.
John Duckett (MP) John Duckett was an English gentleman and landowner who sat in the House of Commons from 1621 to 1624.
John Duckett (Royalist) John Duckett was an English gentleman and landowner who sat in the House of Commons from 1621 to 1624.
John Edmund Severne John Edmund Severne (24 April 1826 - 21 April 1899) was an English Conservative politician who sat in the House of Commons from 1865 to 1885.
John Farrington (MP) John Farrington (c 1609 - 1680) was an English politician who sat in the House of Commons at various times between 1660 and 1680.
John Foxe John Foxe (1516/17 – 18 April 1587) was an English historian and martyrologist, the author of Actes and Monuments (popularly known as Foxe's Book of Martyrs), an account of Christian mar...
John Freeman (politician) Major John Freeman MBE (born 19 February 1915) is a retired British politician, diplomat and broadcaster.
John Gorton Sir John Grey Gorton, (9 September 191119 May 2002), Australian politician, was the 19th Prime Minister of Australia.
John Gott (bishop) John Gott was the third Bishop of Truro from 1891 until his death in 1906.
John Griffith (MP for Beaumaris) John Griffith (1591 – 10 August 1642) was a Welsh politician who sat in the House of Commons at various times between 1621 and 1642.
John Guillim John Guillim (c. 1565 – 7 May 1621) was an antiquarian and officer of arms at the College of Arms in London.
John Hannah (Archdeacon of Lewes) John Hannah (1818 – 1888) was a Church of England clergyman and schoolmaster, son of John Hannah (1792–1867) and his wife, Jane Caparn (d.
John Hannah (Archdeacon) John Hannah (1818 – 1888) was a Church of England clergyman and schoolmaster, son of John Hannah (1792–1867) and his wife, Jane Caparn (d.
John Hiley Addington John Hiley Addington (August 1759 – 11 June 1818) was a British Tory Party politician.
John Keeling John Keeling (1586 - 1649) was an English lawyer and politician who sat in the House of Commons in 1625 and 1626.
John Knatchbull, 7th Baron Brabourne John Ulick Knatchbull, 7th Baron Brabourne, (9 November 1924 – 23 September 2005), professionally known as John Brabourne, was a British peer, television producer and Academy-award nomina...
John Levett John Levett of Wychnor Park, Staffordshire, was an English landowner and investor, and a Tory politician.
John Marston John Marston (baptised 7 October 1576 – London, 25 June 1634) was an English poet, playwright and satirist during the late Elizabethan and Jacobean periods.
John Marston (Poet) John Marston (baptised 7 October 1576 – London, 25 June 1634) was an English poet, playwright and satirist during the late Elizabethan and Jacobean periods.
John Marston (poet) John Marston (baptised 7 October 1576 – 25 June 1634) was an English poet, playwright and satirist during the late Elizabethan and Jacobean periods.
John Methuen John Alan Robert Methuen was an Anglican priest.
John Middleton Murry, Jr. John Middleton Murry, Jr. (9 May 1926 – 31 March 2002) was an English writer who used the names Colin Murry and Richard Cowper.
John Mortimer Sir John Clifford Mortimer, CBE, QC (21 April 1923 – 16 January 2009) was an English barrister, dramatist, screenwriter and author.
John Nickles John Nickles (born 1964, Washington DC) is an elite American Triathlete and endurance athlete.
John S. Grinalds John Southy Grinalds, is a retired United States Marine Corps major general, who served as the 18th president of The Citadel.
John Shert Blessed John Shert was an English Catholic priest and martyr, who was executed during the reign of Elizabeth I.
John Taylor (judge) Justice John Idowu Conrad Taylor (24 August 1917 – 7 November 1973) Nigerian judicial legend, whose great passion for justice and fair play was balanced by his judicial conservatism which ...
John Walter (judge) Sir John Walter (1566 – 17 November 1630) was an English judge and Member of Parliament.
John Wild (priest) The Very Revd. John Herbert Severn Wild was Dean of Durham and Master of University College, University of Oxford.
Jonathon Green Jonathon Green (born 20 April 1948 in Kidderminster, Worcestershire) is a British lexicographer of slang and writer on the history of alternative cultures.
Josh Cooper (cryptographer) Joshua Edward Synge (Josh) Cooper CB, CMG (3 April 1901 in Fulham, London – 24 June 1981 in Buckinghamshire) was an English cryptographer.
Julian Brazier Julian William Hendy Brazier TD (born 24 July 1953) is a British Conservative Party politician.
Julian Malins Julian Malins (1 May 1950), MA, QC, is a British barrister, Farrington Ward Councillor of the City of London and a Governor of the Museum of London.
Kate Allen (Amnesty International) Katherine Allen (born 25 January 1955) is the Director of Amnesty International UK (AIUK) After studying for a BA(Hons) in Philosophy, Politics and Economics at Brasenose College, University of ...
Kate Bliss Kate Bliss (née Alcock) is an antiques expert who has appeared on the BBC's Bargain Hunt, Flog It! and Secret Dealers, and has presented Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is.
Mark Williams (actor) Mark Williams (born 22 August 1959) is an English actor, comedian, screenwriter and presenter.
Marshall Brooks Marshall Brooks was a nineteenth-century sportsman who was the British Amateur High Jump champion in 1874 and 1876, world record holder for the High Jump on three occasions, as well as a rugby u...
Mathew Wilson Sir Mathew Wilson,1st baronet was an English landowner and Liberal politician who sat in the House of Commons at various times between 1842 and 1886.
Max Kenworthy Max Kenworthy (born in West Yorkshire, England) has performed recitals throughout the United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand and has undertaken recordings, broadcasts and tours in pipe organ,...
Maximilian Petty Maximilian Petty (c 1583 - 1639) was an English lawyer and politician who sat in the House of Commons from 1628 to 1629.
Michael Palin Michael Edward Palin, CBE, FRGS is an English comedian, actor, writer and television presenter best known for being one of the members of the comedy group Monty Python and for his travel docume...
Michael Stratton Sir Michael Rudolf Stratton, FRS, FMedSci, FRCPath (born 22 June 1957) is a British clinical scientist and the third director of the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute.
Michelle D. Johnson Lieutenant General Michelle D. Johnson is the 19th Superintendent of the United States Air Force Academy.
Milne Barbour Sir John Milne Barbour, 1st Baronet JP, DL (1868 – 3 October 1951) was a Northern Irish politician and baronet.
Mylo Myles MacInnes (born 10 May 1978, Broadford, Isle of Skye, Scotland), better known by the stage name Mylo, is a Scottish electronic musician and record producer.
N. D. Krishna Rao Justice N. D. Krishna Rao (19 July 1904 – 21 February 1971) was Chief Justice of Andhra Pradesh High Court.
Nathaniel James Merriman The Rt Rev Nathaniel James Merriman, DD (4 April 1809 – 16 August 1882) was the third Bishop of Grahamstown from 1871 until his death.
Nathaniel Merriman The Rt Rev Nathaniel James Merriman, DD (4 April 1809 – 16 August 1882) was the third Bishop of Grahamstown from 1871 until his death.
Nathaniel Torporley Nathaniel Torporley was an English clergyman, mathematician, and astrologer.
Nick Wood Nick Wood (born 9 January 1983, Swindon) is an English rugby union footballer, currently playing in the Aviva Premiership for Gloucester Rugby.
Nicolas Bratza Sir Nicolas Dušan Bratza (born 3 March 1945) is a British lawyer and a former President of the European Court of Human Rights.
Nigel Moritt Wace Nigel Moritt Wace was an authority on the plant life of the four Tristan da Cunha Islands, islands he first visited in 1955 when he visited Gough Island.
Nigel Morritt Wace Nigel Morritt Wace was an authority on the plant life of the four Tristan da Cunha Islands, islands he first visited in 1955 when he visited Gough Island.
Owain Yeoman Owain Sebastian Yeoman (born July 2, 1978) is a Welsh actor.
Patrick Maitland, 17th Earl of Lauderdale Patrick Francis Maitland, 17th Earl of Lauderdale FRGS (17 March 1911 – 2 December 2008), styled The Honourable Patrick Maitland, Master of Lauderdale from 1953 to 1968, was a Scotti...
Peter Twinn Peter Frank George Twinn (9 January 1916 – 29 October 2004) was a British mathematician, World War II codebreaker and entomologist.
Peter Wingfield Peter Wingfield is a Welsh born television actor, well known for his television roles as Dan Clifford in Holby City, Dr. Robert Helm in Queen of Swords and Inspector Simon Ross in Cold...
Philip Ashmole Nelson Philip Ashmole (born 11 January 1934 in Amersham, Buckinghamshire, England), commonly known as Philip Ashmole, is a British zoologist and conservationist.
Philip Moore, Baron Moore of Wolvercote Philip Brian Cecil Moore, Baron Moore of Wolvercote (6 April 1921 – 7 April 2009) was educated at the Dragon School, Cheltenham College and Brasenose College, Oxford and fought as a Bombe...
Philip Pearson-Gregory Philip John Sherwin Pearson-Gregory (26 March 1888 – 12 June 1955) was an English cricketer.
Philip Watkins Philip George Watkins (5 November 1930 – 1 June 1995) was an English accountant and Liberal Party politician.
Philip Yea Philip Edward Yea a British businessman and private equity investor who currently serves as Chairman of the British Heart Foundation.
Pierce Dod Pierce Dod FRS, FRCP was a British physician and opponent of smallpox inoculation.
Piers Gilchrist Thompson Piers Gilchrist Thompson (10 May 1893 – 7 February 1969) was an English publisher and Liberal Party politician.
Pin Malakul Mom Luang Pin Malakul (หม่อมหลวงปิ่น มาลากุล, 24 October 1903 – 5 October 1995) was a Thai educator and writer.
R. A. Stradling Robert Anthony "Tony" Stradling (1937-2002), was a notable English semiconductor physicist, latterly professor of physics at Imperial College London.
Raleigh Grey Sir Raleigh Grey KBE CMG CVO (24 March 1860 – 10 January 1936) was a pioneer British coloniser of Southern Rhodesia who played an important part in the early government of the colony.
Reginald Heber Reginald Heber (21 April 1783 – 3 April 1826) was an English clergyman, traveller, man of letters and hymn-writer who, after working as a country parson for 16 years, served as the Anglican...
Richard Adams (religious writer) Richard Adams (ca. 1626 – 7 February 1698) was a non-conforming English Presbyterian divine, known as author of sermons and other theological writings.
Richard Barnes (bishop) Richard Barnes (1532 – 24 August 1587) was an Anglican priest who served as a bishop in the Church of England during the reign of Queen Elizabeth I.
Richard Bellingham Richard Bellingham (c. 1592 – 7 December 1672) was a colonial magistrate, lawyer, and several-time governor of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, and the last surviving signatory of the colonial char...
Richard Parkes Richard Parkes was an English clergyman, known as a controversialist.
Richard Parsons (diplomat) Sir Richard Parsons KCMG (born 14 March 1928) is a retired British diplomat who was ambassador to Hungary, Spain and Sweden, and a novelist, playwright and (under a pseudonym) crime writer.
Richard Whitehead (Hampshire MP) Richard Whitehead or Whithed (1594 – c. 1663) was an English politician who sat in the House of Commons at various times between 1628 and 1653.
Richard Woods Edward "Richard" Woods, CNZM (born 20 September 1941, Greymouth) is Chairman of the Board of the Environmental Risk Management Authority, a New Zealand Government Agency that ensures compliance ...
Robert Anderton Robert Anderton (c. 1560 – 25 April 1586) was an English Roman Catholic priest and martyr.
Robert Arundell Brigadier Sir Robert Arundell, KCMG, OBE was a British diplomat who became Governor and Commander in Chief of the Windward Islands and later Governor of Barbados and acting Governor-General of t...
Robert Bolton Robert Bolton (1572 – 16 December 1631) was an English clergyman and academic, noted as a preacher.
Robert Brerewood Sir Robert Brerewood (1588 – 8 September 1654) was an English lawyer and politician who sat in the House of Commons in 1640.
Robert Burton (scholar) Robert Burton (8 February 1577 – 25 January 1640) was an English scholar at Oxford University, best known for the classic The Anatomy of Melancholy.
Robert Heaton Rhodes Jr. Sir Robert Heaton Rhodes KCVO KBE VD, usually known as Sir Heaton Rhodes, was a New Zealand politician and lawyer.
Robert Hewison Robert Alwyn Petrie Hewison (born 2 June 1943) is a British cultural historian.
Robert Hues Robert Hues (1553 – 24 May 1632) was an English mathematician and geographer.
Robert Hugh Wallace Colonel Robert Hugh Wallace CB CBE PC(Ire) (14 December 1860–23 December 1929) was a British soldier and a lawyer and politician in Northern Ireland.
Robert Nutter Robert Nutter (c. 155026 July 1600) was an English Catholic priest and martyr.
Robert Pointz Sir Robert Pointz (c 1590- 1665) was an English landowner and politician who sat in the House of Commons between 1626 and 1629.
Robert Rawstorne Robert Atherton Rawstorne (1824 - 1902) was Archdeacon of Blackburn from 1885 until 1899.
Robert Runcie Robert Alexander Kennedy Runcie, Baron Runcie (2 October 1921–11 July 2000) was the Archbishop of Canterbury from 1980 to 1991.
Robert Torrens O'Neill Hon. Robert Torrens O'Neill, was an Irish Conservative, and later Irish Unionist politician who sat in the House of Commons of the United Kingdom from 1885 to 1910.
Ronald Hall Ronald Owen Hall, CMG MC & Bar, known in Chinese as 何明華 (Mandarin Chinese: He Minghua; Cantonese: Ho Ming Wah) was an Anglican missionary bishop in Hong Kong and China in the mid 20th century.
Rosa Beddington Rosa Susan Penelope Beddington FRS (23 March 1956 – 18 May 2001) was a British biologist whose career had a major impact on developmental biology.
Samuel Clowes Samuel William Clowes (27 January 1821 - 31 December 1898) was an English Conservative politician who sat in the House of Commons from 1868 to 1880.
Samuel Hole Samuel Reynolds Hole (5 December 1819 - 27 August 1904) was an Anglican priest, author and horticulturalist in the late 19th century and the early part of the 20th.
Samuel Reynolds Hole The Very Rev Samuel Reynolds Hole, DD was an eminent Anglican priest, author and horticulturalist in the late 19th Century and the early part of the 20th.
Sara Wheeler Sara Diane Wheeler, FRSL is a British travel author and biographer, noted for her accounts of polar regions.
Scott Baker (judge) Sir Thomas Scott Gillespie Baker (born 10 December 1937), styled Lord Justice Scott Baker, is an English Court of Appeal judge.
Sir Mathew Wilson, 1st Baronet Sir Mathew Wilson,1st baronet (29 August 1802 -18 January 1891) was an English landowner and Liberal politician who sat in the House of Commons at various times between 1842 and 1886.
Sir Peter Leycester, 1st Baronet Sir Peter Leycester, 1st Baronet (also known as Sir Peter Leicester) (3 March 1614 – 11 October 1678) was an English antiquarian and historian.
Sir Robert Grosvenor, 6th Baronet Sir Robert Grosvenor, 6th Baronet (7 May 1695 – 1 August 1755) was an English Member of Parliament and an ancestor of the modern day Dukes of Westminster.
Sir Thomas Gerard, 1st Baronet Sir Thomas Gerard, 1st Baronet was an English politician who sat in the House of Commons at various times between 1597 and 1621.
Sir William Feilden, 1st Baronet Sir William Feilden, 1st Baronet (13 March 1772 – 21 May 1850) was an English cotton manufacturer and a Liberal and later Conservative politician who sat in the House of Commons from 1832 to 1847.
Stephen Dorrell Stephen James Dorrell (born 25 March 1952) is a British politician.
Stephen Gwynn Stephen Lucius Gwynn (13 February 1864 – 11 June 1950) was an Irish journalist, biographer, author, poet and Protestant nationalist politician.
Stephen Hearst Stephen Hearst CBE (born Stephen Hirshtritt 6 October 1919 – 27 March 2010) was an Austrian-born British television and radio executive.
Stephen Lucius Gwynn Stephen Lucius Gwynn (13 February 1864 – 11 June 1950) was an Irish journalist, biographer, author, poet and Protestant nationalist politician.
Thomas Blount (inventor) Thomas Blount or Blunt (born ca. 1604) was a British soldier, Member of Parliament and inventor.
Thomas Carte Thomas Carte (also John Carte) (1686 – 2 April 1754) was an English historian.
Thomas Crick The Very Rev Thomas Crick, CB, CBE, MVO was an eminent Anglican priest in the middle part of the 20th century.
Thomas De Quincey Thomas Penson De Quincey (15 August 1785 – 8 December 1859) was an English essayist, best known for his Confessions of an English Opium-Eater (1821).
Thomas de Quincey Thomas Penson De Quincey was an English essayist, best known for his Confessions of an English Opium-Eater.
Thomas Egerton, 1st Viscount Brackley Thomas Egerton, 1st Viscount Brackley, PC (1540 – 15 March 1617) was an English Nobleman, Judge and Statesman who served as Lord Keeper and Lord Chancellor for twenty-one years.
Thomas Traherne Thomas Traherne MA (1636 or 1637 – ca. 27 September 1674) was an English poet, clergyman, theologian, and religious writer.
Thomas Warmestry The Very Rev Thomas Warmestry, DD (b1610 – d1665) was Dean of Worcester from 1661 until his death.
Thomas Winstanley Thomas Winstanley (1749 – 2 September 1823) was an academic at the University of Oxford, who held the positions of Camden Professor of Ancient History, Laudian Professor of Arabic, and principal...
Tim Harford Tim Harford (born 1973) is an English economist and journalist, residing in London.
Tim Peto Timothy Edward Alexander (Tim) Peto is a Professor of Medicine at the University of Oxford.
Toby Young Toby Daniel Moorsom Young FRSA (17 October 1963) is a British journalist.
Tom Cottingham Edwards-Moss Tom Cottingham Edwards-Moss, (7 April 1855 - 16 December 1893), was a British amateur oarsman who rowed in the Boat Race four times and twice won the Diamond Challenge Sculls, and a Conservativ...
Tony Marchington Dr Anthony Frank (Tony) Marchington (2 December 1955 – 16 October 2011) was an English biotechnology entrepreneur and businessman, famous as the...
Vir Sanghvi Vir Sanghvi (वीर सांघवी) (born 5 July 1956) is an Indian print and television journalist, columnist, and talk show host.
W. S. Lach-Szyrma Rev. Wladislaw Somerville Lach-Szyrma, M.A., F.R.H.S. (25 December 1841 to 1915) was an English curate and author.
Walter Bradford Woodgate Walter Bradford Woodgate (20 September 1841 – 1 November 1920) was a British barrister and oarsman who won the Wingfield Sculls three times, and various events at Henley Royal Regatta including...
Walter Pater Walter Horatio Pater (4 August 1839 – 30 July 1894) was an English essayist, literary and art critic, and writer of fiction.
Watkin Williams (1742-1808) Watkin Williams (?1742-30 November 1808), of Penbedw (Birkenhead), Denbighshire and Erbistock, Flintshire, was a Welsh politician.
Wilfrid Bird Hornby The Rt Rev Wilfrid Bird Hornby was an Anglican Colonial Bishop at the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th.
Wilfrid Hornby Wilfrid Bird Hornby was an Anglican colonial bishop at the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th.
William Arthur Holbech The Rt Rev William Arthur Holbech was an Anglican Bishop in the first half of the 20th century.
William Champneys The Very Rev. William Weldon Champneys (1807–1875) was an Anglican priest and author in the 19th century.
William Crofts (rower) William Carr Crofts (10 February 1846 – 26 November 1912) was an English schoolmaster and rower who won the Diamond Challenge Sculls at Henley Royal Regatta twice and was an influential teacher...
William Edward Gumbleton William Edward Gumbleton (3 March 1840 – 4 April 1911) was an eminent Irish horticulturist with at least one species (Arctotis gumbletonii) and two cultivars named after him.
William Edward Vickers William Edward Vickers was an English mystery writer better known under his pen name Roy Vickers, but used also the pseudonyms Roy C. Vickers, David Durham, Sefton Kyle, ...
William Feilden Sir William Feilden, 1st Baronet (13 March 1772 – 21 May 1850) was an English cotton manufacturer and a Liberal and later Conservative politician who sat in the House of Commons from 1832 to 1847.
William George Howard Gritten William George Howard Gritten M.A., F.R.G.S. (also WG Howard Gritten) (7 Feb 1870 - 5 Apr 1943) was a barrister and writer, and a British Conservative politician, who was elected a Member of Par...
William Golding Sir William Gerald Golding (19 September 1911 – 19 June 1993) was an English novelist, playwright, and poet who won a Nobel Prize in Literature, and is best known for his novel Lord of the Fl...
William Harrison-Broadley William Henry Harrison-Broadley (August 1820 – 1896) was a British Conservative politician who sat in the House of Commons from 1868 to 1885.
William Hayter (priest) William Thomas Baring Hayter (30 August 1858 – 21 August 1935) was an Anglican priest and teacher in the 20th century.
William Holbech The Rt Rev William Arthur Holbech (14 December 1850 - 7 March 1930) was an Anglican Bishop in the first half of the 20th century.
William Hulme William Hulme (c. 1631–1691) was a 17th-century lawyer and landowner from Lancashire, and the founder of Hulme's Charity.
William Hulton William Hulton (23 October 1787 – 5 April 1864) was an English landowner and magistrate who lived at Hulton Park, in the historic county of Lancashire, England.
William Leigh William Leigh (1550–1639) was an English clergyman and royal tutor.
William Ravenscroft William Ravenscroft (1561 – 27 October 1628) was an English politician who sat in the House of Commons at various times between 1586 and 1628.
William Robert Grove Sir William Robert Grove PC QC FRS (11 July 1811 – 1 August 1896) was a Welsh judge and physical scientist.
William Thomas Baring Hayter The Very Rev William Thomas Baring Hayter (30 August 1858- 21 August 1935) was an eminent Anglican Priest and teacher in the first decades of the 20th Century.
William Webb Ellis Rev. William Webb Ellis (24 November 1806 – 24 February 1872) was an Anglican (English) clergyman who is famous for allegedly being the inventor of Rugby football whilst a pupil at Rugby School.
William Whittingham William Whittingham (c. 1524-1579) was an English Biblical scholar and religious reformer.
Wilton Barnhardt Wilton Barnhardt (born 1960) is a former reporter for Sports Illustrated and is the author of Emma Who Saved My Life (1989), Gospel (1993), Show World (1999), and Lookaway, Loo...