Abraham Hume (priest) Abraham Hume (1814–1884) was a Scots-Irish Anglican priest in Liverpool, known as a social researcher, supporter of learned societies, and antiquary, The son of Thomas F. Hume, of Scottish desc...
Aelred Stubbs Aelred Stubbs (1923 - 2004) was an Anglican priest and monk, influential in the campaign against apartheid in South Africa during the 1970s.
Alan Campbell Don Alan Campbell Don KCVO (1885–1966) was a trustee of the National Portrait Gallery author of the Scottish Book of Common Prayer, Chaplain and Secretary to Cosmo Lang, Archbishop of Canterbury bet...
Alan Don Alan Campbell Don KCVO (1885–3 May 1966) was a trustee of the National Portrait Gallery, editor of the Scottish Book of Common Prayer, chaplain and secretary to Cosmo Lang, Archbishop of Canterb...
Alan Wilson (bishop) Alan Thomas Lawrence Wilson has been the current Bishop of Buckingham in the Diocese of Oxford since 2003.
Alfred Dicker Alfred Cecil Dicker was an English clergyman and rower who won the Diamond Challenge Sculls at Henley Royal Regatta three times and the Wingfield Sculls twice.
Alfred Gatty Alfred Gatty was a Church of England vicar and author.
Alfred Jarvis The Very. Rev Alfred Charles Eustace Jarvis,CB, CMG, MC, DD was an eminent Anglican priest in the 20th century.
Alister McGrath Alister Edgar McGrath (born 23 January 1953) is a British/Irish theologian, priest, intellectual historian, scientist, and Christian apologist, currently Professor of Theology, Ministry, and Edu...
Allan G. Wyon The Revd Allan Gairdner Wyon FRBS RMS (1882 - 26 February 1962) was a British die-engraver and sculptor and, in later life, vicar in Newlyn, Cornwall.
Angela Tilby Angela Tilby is an author and Anglican priest, who works in Cambridge.
Arthur Blaxall Arthur William Blaxall (15 May 1891–1970) was an Anglican priest who for most of his life lived and worked in South Africa where he became especially known for his ministry among the blind and t...
Arthur Henry Stanton Arthur Henry Stanton (21 June 1839 - 28 March 1913) was a British Anglo-Catholic priest in the latter decades of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
Arthur Shearly Cripps Arthur Shearly Cripps (10 June 1869 - 1 August 1952) was an English Anglican priest, missionary and activist, short story writer, and poet who spent most of his life in Southern Rhodesia (now Zi...
Barclay Fowell Buxton Rev. Barclay Fowell Buxton (16 August 1860 – 5 February 1946) was an English evangelical Christian missionary in Japan.
Bishop Harper The Rt Rev Henry John Chitty Harper, DD was an eminent Anglican Bishop in the second half of the Nineteenth Century.
Broughton Knox David Broughton Knox (26 December 1916 - 14 January 1994) was principal of Moore Theological College from 1959 until 1985; and considered by some as the "Father of Contemporary Sydney Anglicanism".
Charles Caleb Colton Charles Caleb Colton (1780–1832) was an English cleric, writer and collector, well known for his eccentricities.
Charles Nicholl Charles "Boomer" Bowen Nicholl (19 June 1870 - 9 July 1939) was a Welsh international rugby union forward who played club rugby for Cambridge University and Llanelli.
Charles Symons The Very. Rev Charles Douglas Symons , CB, MC, DD, MA was an eminent Anglican priest in the 20th century.
Christopher Rowland (theologian) Christopher Charles Rowland (born 1947) is a British priest and theologian, who has been Dean Ireland's Professor of the Exegesis of Holy Scripture at the University of Oxford since 1991.
David Broughton Knox David Broughton Knox (b. Adelaide 26 December 1916- d. Sydney 14 January 1994) was Principal of Moore Theological College; from 1959 until 1985; and as such ‘the Father of Contemporary Sydney An...
David Jasper David Jasper is a theologian, currently Professor of Literature and Theology at the University of Glasgow, Scotland.
David Williams (geologist) David Williams was an English geologist and clergyman, who published extensively on the geology of the west of England as well as serving a parish in Somerset.
Derek Goodrich The Very Reverend Derek Hugh Goodrich was the Dean of St George's Cathedral, Georgetown, Guyana from 1984 in the last decades of the 20th century.
Derek Hugh Goodrich The Very Reverend Derek Hugh Goodrich was the Dean of St George's Cathedral, Georgetown, Guyana from 1984 in the last decades of the 20th century.
Derek Ingram Hill Canon Derek Ingram Hill was an Anglican priest, notable as a pastor, administrator and historian, active mainly in the south-east of England and particularly in the city of Canterbury and its ca...
Derwas Chitty Derwas James Chitty (1901 – 1971) was an English Anglican priest and member of the Fellowship of Saint Alban and Saint Sergius.
Don Cupitt Don Cupitt (born 22 May 1934 in Oldham, Lancashire) is an English philosopher of religion and scholar of Christian theology.
Edgar Brookes Professor Edgar Harry Brookes (4 February 1897–1979) was a South African Liberal senator and South African representative to the League of Nations.
Edmund Ffoulkes Edmund Salisbury Ffoulkes (1819 or 1820 – 19 April 1894) was a British clergyman who converted from Anglicanism to Catholicism and back again in the 19th century.
Edward Austen Edward Thomas Austen (28 January 1820 – 10 June 1908) was an English cricketer.
Edward Carpenter (priest) Edward Frederick Carpenter KCVO (27 November 1910-26 August 1998) was an Anglican priest and author Carpenter was educated at Strode's Grammar School and King's College London.
Edward Frederick Carpenter The Very Reverend Edward Frederick Carpenter, KCVO (27 November 1910 - 26 August 1998) was an eminent Anglican and author who married Lilian Wright in 1941.
Edward Morrow Edward Sydney Morrow (1934-2003) Anglican priest and anti-apartheid activist in Namibia, England, Swaziland, Zimbabwe and South Africa.
Edward Stone (clergyman) Reverend Edward Stone (1702–1768) was a Church of England Rector who discovered the active ingredient of Aspirin.
Gresham Kirkby Reginald Gresham Kirkby was an Anglican priest and Christian anarchist.
Hayman Johnson The Venerable Hayman Johnson (29 June 1912 – 1 April 1993) was an eminent Anglican priest in the 20th century.
Henry Arnold Favell The Venerable Henry Arnold Favell was an eminent Anglican priest in the Nineteenth Century.
Henry Favell Henry Arnold Favell (1845–1896) was an Anglican priest in the 19th century.
Henry Francis Lyte Henry Francis Lyte (1 June 1793 – 20 November 1847) was an Anglican divine, hymn-writer and poet.
Henry Harper (bishop) The Rt Rev Henry John Chitty Harper, DD (9 January 1804 – 28 December 1893) was an eminent Anglican Bishop in the second half of the 19th century.
Henry John Chitty Harper The Rt Rev Henry John Chitty Harper, DD was an eminent Anglican Bishop in the second half of the Nineteenth Century He was born on 9 January 1804, educated at The Queen's College, Oxford and ...
Henry John May The Very Reverend Henry John May was the Dean of St George's Cathedral, Georgetown, Guyana from 1890 until 1893.
Henry Wace (Anglican priest) The Very Reverend Henry Wace (10 December 1836 – 9 January 1924) was Principal of King's College London (1883–1897) and Dean of Canterbury (1903–1924).
Henry Wace (priest) The Very Reverend Henry Wace (10 December 1836 – 9 January 1924) was Principal of King's College London (1883–1897) and Dean of Canterbury (1903–1924).
Hugh Reginald Haweis Reverend Hugh Reginald Haweis (April 3, 1838 – January 29, 1901) was an English cleric and writer.
Incumbent (ecclesiastical) In English ecclesiastical law, the term incumbent refers to the holder of a Church of England parochial charge or benefice.
Ivan Delacherois Neill The Very. Rev Ivan Delacherois Neill,CB, OBE, MA was an eminent Anglican priest in the 20th century.
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 (puritan) John Allen, or John Allin (1596–1671) was one of the patriarchs of New England associated with the foundation of Dedham, Massachusetts.
John Assheton John Assheton was an Anglican priest at "Shiltelington" who is the first recorded English anti-Trinitarian.
John Blakeney John Edward Blakeney (7 December 1824 - 12 January 1895) was an Anglican priest in the 19th century.
John Brodie-Innes The Reverend John Brodie-Innes was a close friend and correspondent of Charles Darwin.
John Burdett Wittenoom John Burdett Wittenoom (24 October 1788 – 23 January 1855) was a colonial clergyman who was the second Anglican clergyman to perform religious services in the Swan River Colony, Australia...
John Comper Reverend John Comper (1823–1903) was a Priest of the Episcopal Church in Scotland who dedicated his life to helping the street children and prostitutes of Victorian Aberdeen.
John Crosbie (bishop) John Crosbie, alias Sean Mac an Chrosáin, died September 1621, was a bishop of the Church of Ireland.
John Edward Blakeney The Venerable John Edward Blakeney was an eminent Anglican priest in the Nineteenth Century.
John Langhorne (poet) John Langhorne (March 1735 – 1 April 1779) was a British translator, poet and priest.
John Lapli Sir John Ini Lapli GCMG, was the Governor-General of the Solomon Islands from July 7, 1999 until July 7, 2004.
John Lloyd Thomas John Roland Lloyd Thomas (22 February 1908 – 11 April 1984) was a noted Anglican clergyman, and later the Principal of St David's University College from 1953 to 1975.
John May (priest) The Very Reverend Henry John May was the Dean of St George's Cathedral, Georgetown, Guyana from 1890 until 1893.
John Neale Dalton Canon John Neale Dalton KCVO CMG (24 September 1839 Margate, Kent – 28 July 1931) was a chaplain to Queen Victoria and tutor to King George V of the United Kingdom.
John Oxenbridge John Oxenbridge (30 January 1608 – 28 December 1674) was an English Nonconformist divine, who emigrated to New England.
John Roland Lloyd Thomas John Roland Lloyd Thomas was a noted Anglican clergyman, and later the Principal of St David's University College from 1953 to 1975.
John Skinner (archaeologist) The Rev. John Skinner (1772–1839) was a parish vicar and amateur antiquarian and archaeologist operating mainly in the area of Bath and the villages of northern Somerset in the early nineteenth...
John Stott John Robert Walmsley Stott CBE (27 April 1921 – 27 July 2011) was an English Christian leader and Anglican cleric who was noted as a leader of the worldwide Evangelical movement.
John T. Darragh John Thomas Darragh D.D. was a graduate of Trinity College, Dublin, who served as a priest and school master in the Anglican Church in South Africa in the late nineteenth century, at Kimberley a...
John Wallis (Arabic scholar) John Wallis (1674 or 1675 – 28 January 1738) was Laudian Professor of Arabic at the University of Oxford from 1703 until his death.
John Wheelwright John Wheelwright (c.1592–1679), was a Puritan clergyman in England and America, and was most noted for being banished from the Massachusetts Bay Colony during the Antinomian Controversy, a...
John Wilson (Puritan) John Wilson, was a Puritan clergyman in Boston in the Massachusetts Bay Colony, and the minister of the First Church of Boston from its beginnings in Charlestown in 1630 until his death in 1667.
José S. Landaverde José Sigfredo Landaverde (September 2, 1971) is a community organizer, activist, and priest at Our Lady of Guadalupe Anglican Catholic Church, located in the largely Mexican neighborhood of Litt...
Lecturer A lecturer is, in the broadest sense, a person who gives lectures or other public speeches.
Leslie Cross Leslie Basil Cross (18 April 1895 – 12 April 1974) was a theologian and a university chaplain and tutor.
Lucy Winkett Lucy Clare Winkett (born 8 January 1968) is a British Anglican priest.
Mark Oakley Mark David Oakley is Canon Chancellor of St Paul's Cathedral, London.
Martyn James Snow The Venerable Martyn James Snow is the current Archdeacon of Sheffield and Rotherham.
Martyn Snow Martyn James Snow (born 1968) is the current Bishop of Tewkesbury, having previously served as Archdeacon of Sheffield and Rotherham from 2010 to 2013.
Michael Paton (priest) The Venerable Michael John Macdonald Paton was an eminent Anglican priest and author in the 20th century.
Michael Whinney Michael Humphrey Dickens Whinney is a Church of England bishop who served in two episcopal posts: he is also the great-great-grandson of Charles Dickens.
Myra Shackley Myra Lesley Shackley (born 1949) was formerly Professor of Culture Resource Management and Head of the Centre for Tourism and Visitor Management at Nottingham Business School.
Nadim Nassar The Revd Nadim Nassar is the director and co-founder of the Awareness Foundation, and co-author of the Awareness Course.
Neville Figgis John Neville Figgis (1866–1919) was an historian, political philosopher and Anglican priest and monk.
Nicky Gumbel Nicholas Glyn Paul "Nicky" Gumbel (born 28 April 1955) is an ordained Anglican priest, vicar and author.
Osbert Mackie Osbert Gadesden Mackie (23 August 1869 – 25 January 1927) was an English rugby union centre and Anglican priest.
Oswald Fitz Burnell Trellis The Very Reverend Oswald Fitz Burnell Trellis was the Dean of St George's Cathedral, Georgetown, Guyana from 1994.
Oswald Trellis The Very Reverend Oswald Fitz Burnell Trellis was the Dean of St George's Cathedral, Georgetown, Guyana from 1994.
Parson In the pre-Reformation church, a parson is the priest of an independent parish church, that is, a parish church not under the control of a larger ecclesiastical or monastic organization.
Patrick Brontë The Reverend Patrick Brontë (17 March 1777 – 7 June 1861) was an Irish Anglican clergyman and writer who spent most of his adult life in England, and was the father of the writers Charlotte, Emi...
Patrick Harris Patrick Burnet Harris is a retired Church of England bishop who served in two episcopal positions.
Percy Warrington The Reverend Percy Ewart Warrington was an educationalist and evangelical Church of England clergyman who created an education empire, known as Allied Schools in the 1920s by purchasing a group ...
Perpetual curate Perpetual Curate was a class of resident parish priest or incumbent curate within the United Church of England and Ireland.
Peter Edward Bradley The Very. Rev Peter Edward Bradley, MA is the current Dean of Sheffield Cathedral.
Peter Laister Peter Laister was a prominent Anglo-Catholic priest in the twentieth century.
Placid Adelham Dom Placid Adelham, O.S.B. was an English monk, priest and martyr.
Priest in charge A priest in charge or priest-in-charge is a priest in charge of a parish who does not receive the temporalities of the parish.
Radlefshorn The Radlefshorn is a mountain of the Urner Alps, overlooking Gadmen in the canton of Bern.
Rans S-10 Sakota The Rans S-10 Sakota is an American single-engined, tractor configuration, two-seats in side-by-side configuration, mid-wing monoplane designed by Randy Schlitter for aerobatics and manufactured...
Rector The word rector has a number of different meanings; it is widely used to refer to an academic, religious or political administrator.
Rector (Academia) The term rector has a number of different meanings, in academic, ecclesiastical and governmental spheres of administration.
Rector (academia) A rector in the sphere of academia is the highest academic official of many universities and in certain other institutions of higher education, as well as even in some secondary-level schools.
Rector (ecclesiastical) A rector in the widest ecclesiastical sense, is "one who sets straight, guides, directs; a ruler, governor, director, guide, leader," from the Latin verb rego, regere, rexi, rectum, "to set ...
Richard Johnson (chaplain) Richard Johnson, Son of John Johnson, Son of Jonathan John Johnson (circa 1756 – 13 March 1827 in England) was the first Christian cleric in Australia.
Richard Middleton (clergyman) Richard Middleton (died 1641) was a Church of England clergyman and writer who served as Archdeacon of Cardigan and chaplain to Charles, Prince of Wales (later King Charles I).
Richard Middleton (priest) Richard Middleton was a Church of England clergyman and writer who served as Archdeacon of Cardigan and chaplain to Charles, Prince of Wales.
Richard Thomas Lowe Richard Thomas Lowe (1802-1874) was a British scientist, a botanist, ichthyologist, malacologist, and a clergyman.
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.
Richard Wurmbrand Richard Wurmbrand (March 24, 1909 – February 17, 2001) was a Romanian Christian minister of Jewish descent.
Robert Baker Girdlestone Canon Robert Baker Girdlestone (1836–1923) was an Anglican minister of St. John's in Downshire Hill, Hampstead.
Robert Dolling Robert William Radclyffe Dolling, often referred to as "Father Dolling" (1851–1902), was a British Anglican priest.
Robert Gandell Robert Gandell (1818 – 24 October 1887) was a British academic and biblical scholar, who was Laudian Professor of Arabic from 1861 until his death.
Robert Lightfoot Robert Henry Lightfoot (30 September 1883 – 24 November 1953) was an Anglican priest and theologian, who was Dean Ireland's Professor of the Exegesis of Holy Scripture at the University of Oxfor...
Robert Lightfoot (priest) Robert Henry Lightfoot was an Anglican priest and theologian, who was Dean Ireland's Professor of the Exegesis of Holy Scripture at the University of Oxford from 1934 to 1949.
Robert Main The Reverend Robert Main (July 12, 1808, Upnor – May 9, 1878) was an English astronomer.
Robert Noel Douglas Robert Noel Douglas (Northwood Green, Middlesex 9 November 1868 - Colyton, Devon 27 February 1957) was an English cricketer and priest.
Robert William Bell Robert William Bell (19 December 1875 – 9 June 1950) was an English international rugby union forward who played club rugby for Cambridge University and Northern.
Robert Wolfall The priest Robert Wolfall, chaplain to Martin Frobisher's expedition to the Arctic, celebrated the first Anglican (i.e.
Robin Ward (Anglican priest) Robin Ward (born 1966) is a priest of the Church of England and the Principal of St Stephen's House, Oxford, a theological college in England.
Robin Ward (priest) Robin Ward (born 1966) is a priest of the Church of England and the Principal of St Stephen's House, Oxford, a theological college in England.
Robinson Duckworth The Reverend Robinson Duckworth DD, CVO, VD, (4 December 1834 – 20 September 1911) was present in the original boating expedition of 4 July 1862 during which Alice's Adventures were first told b...
Rodney Hunter Rodney Hunter was an English canon in the Anglican Church who served as a missionary in Malawi from 1965 until his apparent murder by poisoning in 2006.
Roger Tennant Father Charles Roger Tennant was an Anglican Priest, biographer of Joseph Conrad, and historian of Korea.
Samuel Harvey Reynolds Samuel Harvey Reynolds (1831 – 7 February 1897) was the first pupil of Radley College and later became a renowned divine, journalist and man of letters.
Samuel Marsden Samuel Marsden (28 June 1764 – 12 May 1838) was an English born Anglican cleric and a prominent member of the Church Missionary Society, believed to have introduced Christianity to New Zealand.
Samuel Peters Reverend Samuel Andrew Peters (1735–1826) was a Connecticut Anglican clergyman and historian.
Sarah Mullally Dame Sarah Elisabeth Mullally DBE (born 1962) is a British nurse and priest.
Society of Catholic Priests The Society of Catholic Priests is a religious society of clergy in the Anglican Communion which draws its membership from Anglicans who consider themselves a part of the Anglo-Catholic traditio...
Society of the Holy Cross The Society of the Holy Cross (SSC) is an international Anglo-Catholic society of priests with members in the Anglican Communion and the Continuing Anglican Movement.
Stephen Goffe Stephen Goffe, C.O., was a Royalist agent of the Wars of the Three Kingdoms, and later an Oratorian priest.
Terry Davis (cleric) The Very Reverend Terry Davis is the Dean of St George's Cathedral, Georgetown, Guyana.
Terry Davis (priest) The Very Reverend Terry Davis is the Dean of St George's Cathedral, Georgetown, Guyana.
Thomas Houghton Thomas Houghton was an Irish born Anglican Clergyman and long-time editor of the Gospel Magazine.
Thomas Houghton (priest) Thomas Houghton was an Irish born Anglican clergyman and long-time editor of the Gospel Magazine.
Thomas Hunt (Arabic scholar) Thomas Hunt FRS (18 September 1696 – 31 October 1774) was an English academic, who was Laudian Professor of Arabic at the University of Oxford from 1738 until his death.
Thomas Jackson (Bishop Designate) Thomas Jackson, was an English Anglican clergyman appointed in 1850 as Bishop Designate of the newly-founded settlement of Lyttelton in New Zealand.
Thomas Jackson (bishop-designate) Thomas Jackson (1 September 1812 – 18 March 1886), was an English Anglican clergyman appointed in 1850 as Bishop Designate of the newly founded settlement of Lyttelton in New Zealand.
Thomas Leventhorpe The Reverend Thomas William Leventhorpe (1813 – 12 August 1860) was an English cricketer.
Thomas Lockey Thomas Lockey (c. 1602 – 29 June 1679) was an English librarian and Anglican priest, who was Bodley's Librarian from 1660 to 1665.
Thomas Malcolm Layng Thomas Malcolm Layng (1892-1958) CBE, MC & Bar was an Anglican soldier and clergyman who served as Deputy Chaplain-General to the Forces, Archdeacon of York and chaplain to King George VI.
Thomas Meredith Gregor Johann Mendel (July 20, 1822 – January 6, 1884) was a German-speaking Silesian scientist and Augustinian friar who gained posthumous fame as the founder of the new science of genetics.
Thomas Parker (minister) Thomas Parker (1595–1677) was an English nonconforming clergyman and a founder of Newbury, Massachusetts.
William Branwhite Clarke William Branwhite Clarke, FRS (2 June 1798 – 16 June 1878) was an English geologist and clergyman, active in Australia.
William Conybeare (geologist) William Daniel Conybeare FRS (7 June 1787 – 12 August 1857), dean of Llandaff, was an English geologist, palaeontologist and clergyman.
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 Daniel Conybeare William Daniel Conybeare FRS (7 June 1787 – 12 August 1857), dean of Llandaff, was an English geologist, palaeontologist and clergyman born in London.
William James Hughes William James Hughes DD (1894 – 5 December 1979) was an Anglican Bishop in the mid 20th-century.
William Jowett William Jowett (1787 – 20 February 1855) was a missionary and author, in 1813 becoming the first Anglican clergyman to volunteer for the overseas service of the Church Missionary Society.
William Kethe William Kethe (also Keithe) (died 6 June 1594) was a Bible translator, especially of the Psalms.
William Law William Law (1686 – 9 April 1761) was an Church of England priest who lost his position at Emmanuel College, Cambridge when his conscience would not allow him to take the required oath of allegi...
William Maule (rower) William Maule (1824- 16 May 1898) was an English clergyman and rower who won the Diamond Challenge Sculls at Henley Royal Regatta in 1847.
William Mitchell (missionary) William Mitchell (20 November 1803 – 3 August 1870) was a Church of England priest who was the first ordained person to provide religious services in the Swan Valley area of the Swan River Colony.
William Slater Calverley The Rev. William Slater Calverley (1847-1898) was an unassuming rural English vicar who through diligent study and painstaking scrutiny became an extraordinary amateur antiquarian.
Zadock Thompson Zadock Thompson, a famous Vermont naturalist, professor, and Episcopal priest, was born in Bridgewater, Windsor County, Vermont on 23 May 1796 and died in Burlington, Chittenden County, Vermont ...