List of Old Salopians


List of Old Salopians

The following is an incomplete list of notable Old Salopians.

Old Salopians born 1563-1940

A

* Francis William Lauderdale Adams (1862–1893), writer
* John Adams (cartographer), (b. before 1670, d. 1738), cartographer
* Cyril Argentine Alington (1872–1955), headmaster and dean of Durham
* Thomas Ashton (d. 1578), headmaster
* John Langshaw Austin, philosopher of language

B

* William Henry Bateson, (1812–1881), college head
* Sir Cecil Beadon (1816–1880), administrator in India
* (Walter) Lyon Blease, (1884–1963), barrister and civic activist
* Christopher Booker, journalist
* Tim Booth, lead singer of the band James)
* John Breynton (1719-1799), minister and missionary in Nova Scotia
* Mynors Bright (1817–1883), literary scholar
* Arthur John Reginald Trevor Briscoe, (1873–1943), engraver and marine artist
* John Brockbank, (1848-1896), footballer who played for England as a forward in the first international match against Scotland.
* Sir Edward Bromley, (bap. 1563, d. 1626), judge
* John Bromley, (bap. 1653, d. 1718), translator
* Peter Brown, historian of Late Antiquity, Fellow of All Souls College, Oxford
* Samuel Browne, (1574/5–1632), Church of England clergyman
* (George Henry) Bertram Bulmer (1902–1993), cider manufacturer and business entrepreneur
* Samuel Hawksley Burbury, (1831–1911), lawyer and mathematician
* Robert Burn, (1829–1904), classical scholar and archaeologist
* John Percy Burrell, (1910–1972), theatre director
* Omar Bolkiah (1986-), Crown Prince of the Sultanate of Brunei
* Samuel Butler, writer
* Samuel Butler (1774–1839), headmaster and bishop of Coventry and Lichfield

C

* William Leycester Rouse Carbonell (1912–1993), police officer in Malaya
* Thomas Chaloner (Challoner) (c.1600–1664), headmaster
* Edwin Charles Clark (1835–1917), jurist and university teacher
* George Sidney Roberts Kitson Clark (1900–1975), historian
* William George Clark (1821–1878), literary and classical scholar
* William Clarke (1695–1771), antiquary
* Richard Charles Cobb (1917–1996), historian and essayist
* Alexander Cooper, chef
* Joshua Edward Synge Cooper (1901–1981), cryptanalyst and intelligence officer
* Edward Meredith Cope (1818-1873), classical scholar
* Edward Corbet, (1601x3–1658), Anglican clergyman
* John Corbet (Corbett) (1609–1670), politician and judge
* Sir Randolph Crewe (Crew) (bap. 1559, d. 1646), judge
* Julian Critchley (1930–2000), politician
* Henry Page Croft, 1st Baron Croft (1881–1947), politician
* Roualeyn Cumming-Bruce (1912-2000), judge
* William Aubrey Cecil Darlington (1890–1979), theatre critic and author

D

* Charles Darwin (1809–1882), naturalist, geologist, and originator of the theory of natural selection
* Francis Day (1829–1889), military surgeon and ichthyologist
* Paul Edward Dehn (1912–1976), writer and film critic
* Miles Dempsey (1896–1969), army officer
* John Freeman Milward Dovaston, (1782–1854), naturalist and poet
* Andrew Downes (c.1549–1628), Greek scholar
* Sir Henry Edward Leigh Dryden, fourth baronet and seventh baronet (1818–1899), archaeologist and antiquary

E

* Humphrey Edwards (1582–1658), politician and regicide
* Alexander John Ellis (formerly Sharpe), (1814–1890), phonetician and mathematician
* Sir (Robert) Charles Evans (1918–1995), surgeon and mountaineer
* Robert Wilson Evans (1789–1866), Church of England clergyman and author
* William Edward Evans (1801–1869), Church of England clergyman and naturalist

F

* Frederick William Faber (1814–1863), Church of England clergyman and Roman Catholic priest
* Richard Saul Ferguson (1837–1900), antiquary
* Charles John Ffoulkes (1868–1947), museum curator
* James Fleming (1830–1908), Church of England clergyman
* Paul Foot, journalist
* James Fraser (1818–1885), bishop of Manchester
* Abraham Fraunce (France) (1559?–1592/3?), poet and lawyer

G

* Harry Gawler, traveller
* Edwin Hamilton Gifford (1820–1905), biblical scholar
* Ismail al-Ghulami (1969-), Saudi sheikh, owner of the Jubail oilfields
* Arthur Herman Gilkes (1849–1922), headmaster
* Fulke Greville, 1st Baron Brooke of Beauchamps Court (1554–1628), courtier and author
* Sir George Abraham Grierson (1851–1941), administrator in India and philologist
* Moses Griffith (bap. 1699, d. 1785), physician
* Henry Melvill Gwatkin (1844–1916), historian and theologian

H

* Hubert Hall (1857–1944), archivist
* James Hall (1800–1854), painter
* John Hanmer (1575/6–1629), bishop of St Asaph
* Gathorne Gathorne-Hardy, 1st Earl of Cranbrook (1814–1906), politician
* Richard Harris (1557/8–1621), Church of England clergyman and author
* Charles Henry Hartshorne (1802–1865), antiquary
* Thomas Emerson Headlam (1813–1875), barrister and politician
* Margaret Heitland [née Bateson] (1860–1938), journalist and social activist
* William Henry Herford (1820–1908), educationist
* Richard Henry Heslop (alias Xavier) (1907–1973), army officer and resistance organizer
* Sir Thomas Hewett, (1656–1726), architect and landowner
* Sir John Tomlinson Hibbert (1824–1908), politician
* James Hildyard, (1809–1887), classical scholar
* Sir (John) Denis Nelson Hill (1913–1982), psychiatrist
* Richard Hill (1655/6–1727), diplomat and public servant
* Rowland Hill (1744–1833), evangelical preacher
* Richard Hillary (1919–1943), air force officer and author
* Richard Dacre Archer-Hind, [formerly Richard Dacre Hodgson] (1849–1910), classical scholar
* Hubert Ashton Holden (1822–1896), classical scholar
* John Hollings, (bap. 1682, d. 1739), physician
* Chandos Wren Hoskyns (1812–1876), agriculturist
* William Walsham How (1823–1897), bishop of Wakefield
* Thomas Smart Hughes (1786–1847), historian
* James Humphreys (lawyer) (1768–1830), law reformer
* Sir (Richard Somers) Travers Humphreys (1867–1956), judge
* Sir Francis Humphrys, (1879–1971), colonial administrator and diplomat

I

* Brian St John Inglis (1916–1993), journalist
* Sir Claude Cavendish Inglis (1883–1974), hydraulic engineer
* William) Harold Ingrams (1897–1973), colonial official

J

* Frederick John Jackson (1860–1929), colonial governor and naturalist
* William Godfrey Fothergill Jackson (1917–1999), army officer and military historian
* George Jeffreys, 1st Baron Jeffreys (1645–1689), judge
* (William) Basil Jones (1822–1897), bishop of St David's
* John Jones (b. before 1585, d. in or before 1658), copyist and manuscript collector
* Sir Thomas Jones (1614–1692), judge and law reporter
* Thomas Jones (1756–1807), college teacher

K

* Benjamin Hall Kennedy (1804–1889), headmaster and classical scholar
* Charles Rann Kennedy (1808–1867), lawyer and classical scholar
* Bryan King (1811–1895), Church of England clergyman

L

* Richard Law, 1st Baron Coleraine (1901–1980), politician
* Humphrey Leech (alias Henry Eccles) (1571–1629), Jesuit
* Sir William Leighton (c.1565–1622), poet and composer
* Herbert Mortimer Luckock (1833–1909), dean of Lichfield
* Sir Edward Lutwyche (1634–1709), judge and politician
* Sir Daniel Lysons (1816–1898), army officer

M

* Humphrey Mackworth (1603–1654), government official and politician
* Richard Madox (1546–1583), Church of England clergyman and diarist
* George Mallory (1886–1924), mountaineer
* George Augustus Chichester May (1815–1892), judge
* Frederick Metcalfe (1815–1885), Church of England clergyman and Scandinavian scholar
* Samuel More (1594?–1662), parliamentarian army officer
* George Osborne Morgan (1826–1897), lawyer and politician
* William Egerton Mortimer (1878–1940), lawyer
* Henry Whitehead Moss (1841–1917), headmaster
* Gerard Moultrie (1829-1885), third master, chaplain, hymnographer
* Hugh Andrew Johnstone Munro (1819–1885), classical scholar

N

* Henry Woodd Nevinson (1856–1941), social activist and journalist
* Charles Thomas Newton (bap. 1816, d. 1894), archaeologist
* Nevil Shute Norway (1899–1960), novelist as Nevil Shute and aeronautical engineer

O

* Sir Charles Oakeley, first baronet (1751–1826), administrator in India
* William Chichester O'Neill, 1st Baron O'Neill (1813–1883), Church of Ireland clergyman and composer
* Sir Roger Fray Greenwood Ormrod (1911–1992), judge
* Gen Otsubo, architect
* Sir Francis Ottley (1600/01–1649), politician
* Hugh Owen (1760–1827), Church of England clergyman and antiquary
* Thomas Owen (d. 1598), judge

P

* Thomas Ethelbert Page (1850–1936), classical scholar and schoolmaster
* Bernard Charles Tolver Paget (1887–1961), army officer
* Edward Francis Paget (1886–1971), archbishop of central Africa
* Francis Paget (1851–1911), bishop of Oxford
* Stephen Paget (1855–1926), writer and pro-vivisection campaigner
* Frederick Apthorp Paley (1815–1888), classical scholar and writer
* John Lewis Alexander Paton (1863–1946), schoolmaster
* Thomas Williamson Peile (1806–1882), Church of England clergyman and headmaster
* Arthur William Peterson (1916–1986), public servant
* Arthur Purves Phayre (1812–1885), administrator in Burma
* Robert Phayre (1820–1897), army officer
* Ambrose Philips (bap. 1674, d. 1749), poet and playwright
* John Arthur Pilcher (1912–1990), diplomatist
* (Henry) Graham Pollard (1903–1976), bookseller and bibliographer
* Arthur William Poole (1852–1885), bishop in Japan
* Sir Thomas Powys (1649–1719), judge and politician
* Daniel Price (1581–1631), dean of Hereford
* Francis Procter (1812–1905), Church of England clergyman and liturgical scholar

R

*Henry Cecil Raikes (1838–1891), politician
*Martin Rees (President of Royal Society, Astronomer Royal, Master of Trinity College, Cambridge)

*Sandy Singleton (1914-1999), cricketer
*Mark Sinker writer, journalist
*Sir Rowan Stringer (1991-), essayist, politician, olympic swimming champion

T

* Herbert Tayler (1912–2000), architect
* Desmond Shawe-Taylor (1907–1995), music critic
* John Taylor (bap. 1704, d. 1766), classical scholar and Church of England clergyman
* Silas Taylor (1624–1678), parliamentarian army officer and antiquary
* Oliver Thomas (1599/1600–1652), nonconformist minister and author
* William Beach Thomas (1868–1957), journalist and author
*William Thomson (1819–1890), archbishop of York
* Godfrey Thring (1823–1903), hymn writer
* Henry Thring, 1st Baron Thring (1818–1907), parliamentary draftsman
* J. C. Thring
* Richard Todd, Actor
* Anthony Chenevix-Trench (1919–1979), headmaster
* Sir Thomas Trevor (c.1573–1656), judge

V

* Rice Vaughan (d. c.1672), lawyer
* Sir William Vaughan (d. 1649), royalist army officer

W

* Alan Wace (1879–1957), archaeologist
* Henry William Rawson Wade (1918-2004), academic lawyer
* Graham Wallas (1858–1932), political psychologist and educationist
* John Wood Warter (1806–1878), Church of England clergyman and antiquary
* Sir Francis John Bagott Watson (1907–1992), art historian and museum curator
* John Weaver (1673–1760), dancer and choreographer
* Stanley J. Weyman (1855–1928), novelist
* Edgar Whitehead (1905–1971), prime minister of Rhodesia
* Charles Wicksteed (1810–1885), Unitarian minister
* Sir Kyffin Williams (1918-2006), Landscape & Portrait Artist
* Owen Tudor Williams (1916–1996), civil engineer
* Sir William Williams (1633/4–1700), lawyer and politician
* H. de Winton
* Edward Wolley (bap. 1604, d. 1684), bishop of Clonfert and Kilmacduagh
* Sir Frederic Charles Lascelles Wraxall, third baronet (1828–1865), writer
* Sir Robert Wright (c.1549–1608x10), tutor
* John Wylie, (c.1853 – 1924), 1878 FA Cup winner and England international

Y

* Charles Edward Yate (1849–1940), administrator in India and politician


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