List of Old Marlburians


List of Old Marlburians

The following is a list of notable Old Marlburians, former pupils of Marlborough College, Wiltshire, England.

Contents

Academia

Arts

Literature

Music

Theatre & cinema

Politics

Sciences & engineering

Sport

Religion

Journalism

Armed forces

Victoria Cross and George Cross holders

VC

GC

Commerce & industry

The Royal Family and the Court

The Law

Miscellaneous

See also

References

  1. ^ Hughes, Geoffrey (2001). Sir Nigel Gresley: The Engineer and his Family. The Oakwood Library of Railway History. Usk: Oakwood Press. pp. 23, 25. ISBN 0 85361 579 9. OL118. 
  2. ^ Grafton, Peter (2007) [1971]. Edward Thompson of the LNER. The Oakwood Library of Railway History. Usk: Oakwood Press. p. 11. ISBN 978 0 85361 672 6. OL145. 
  3. ^ George Walter De Lisle (editor), Marlborough college register, from 1843 to 1869 inclusive, p57, 1870, (Marlborough college)

Bibliography

  • A History of Marlborough College During Fifty Years from its Foundation to the Present Time by A.G. Bradley, A.C. Champneys and J.W. Baines (Macmillan & Co., 1893)
  • Marlborough College Register from 1843 to 1904 Inclusive by Marlborough College (Oxford: Horace Hart, 1905).
  • Paths of Progress: a history of Marlborough College by Thomas Hinde (John Catt, 1992) ISBN 0-907383-33-5
  • Marlborough College - official site
  • Oxford Dictionary of National Biography

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