Andrew Carwood
The presentation of the Award in the Early Music category to Andrew Carwood for his Hyperion recording, with his group The Cardinall's Musick, of Volume 13 i...
Hoon Balakram
Hoon Balakram (1876–1929) was an Indian mathematician, civil servant and Bombay High Court judge.
Balakram was born in Jalandhar, Punjab in 1876. He received his master's degree from Panjab Univer...
James Joseph Sylvester
James Joseph Sylvester FRS (3 September 1814 – 15 March 1897) was an English mathematician. He made fundamental contributions to matrix theory, invariant theory, number theory, partition theory a...
Alfred Goldie
Alfred William Goldie (December 10, 1920, Coseley, Staffordshire – October 8, 2005, Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria) was an English Mathematician.Goldie was educated at Wolverhampton Grammar School and the...
Cyril Stuart
The Rt Rev Simon Cyril Edgar Stuart was Bishop of Uganda from 1932 to 1952 before returning to England to be Assistant Bishop of Worcester.
Born on 27 November 1892 Stuart was educated at Repton...
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John Couch Adams
John Couch Adams FRS (5 June 1819 – 21 January 1892) was a British mathematician and astronomer.Adams was born in Laneast, near Launceston, Cornwall, and died in Cambridge. The Cornish name Couch is ...
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Eliot Slater
Eliot Trevor Oakeshott Slater MD (28 August 1904 – 15 May 1983), was a British psychiatrist who was a pioneer in the field of the genetics of mental disorders. He held senior posts at the National Hos...
Francis MacKinnon
Francis Alexander MacKinnon, The 35th MacKinnon of MacKinnon DL (9 April 1848 - 27 February 1947) was the longest-lived Test cricketer until being surpassed by Eric Tindill of New Zealand on 8 Novemb...
George William Kinman
George William Kinman (25 December 1862 – 27 July 1927) was Headmaster of Hertford Grammar School from 1905 until his death in 1927. He also headmaster at Dolgelley Grammar School, Chairman of the War...
James Peiris
Sir James Peiris (20 December 1856 – 1930), JP, was a prominent figure in the Sri Lankan independence movement and the first elected head (Vice-President) of the legislative council.
Born on 20 De...
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Priestley Swain
Edgar Priestley Swain (1881–1949) was the fourth Bishop of Burnley from 1931 until 1950. Educated at St John's College, Cambridge and Ripon College Cuddesdon, he was successively Curate of Holy Trini...
John da Cunha
John Wilfrid da Cunha (6 September 1922 – 12 May 2006) was a British barrister and circuit judge. He was a member of the British delegation to the Nuremberg War Crimes Tribunal.Born in Manchester, da ...
Henry Peters
Henry Peters (c. 1763 – 21 December 1827) was the Member of Parliament for Oxford from May 1796 to 1802.He was the second son of George Peters, a merchant in the Russia Company and was educated ...
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Jack Gibson (schoolmaster)
John Travers Mends Gibson OBE Padma Shri, (more commonly known as Jack Gibson) (3 March 1908 – 23 October 1994), was an English schoolmaster, scholar, academic and a distinguished British Himalayan mo...
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Robert Price (judge)
Robert Price (14 January 1653 – 2 February 1733) was a British judge and politician.
Robert Price, a Welshman, was born in early 1653 (1654 in the Gregorian calendar), the eldest son of Thom...
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William Tyrrell (bishop)
William Tyrrell (31 January 1807 – 24 March 1879) was the first Anglican Bishop of Newcastle, New South Wales.Tyrrell was the youngest of 10 children of Timothy Tyrrell, Remembrancer of the City of Lo...
Henry Burton (theologian)
Henry Burton (Yorkshire, 1578 – 1648), was an English puritan. Along with John Bastwick and William Prynne, Burton's ears were cut off in 1637 for writing pamphlets attacking the views of Archbi...
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William Bendlowes
William Bendlowes (1516–1584) was an English serjeant-at-law and legal writer. He was a Member of the Parliament of England for Helston October 1553, West Looe April 1554, and Dunheved November 1554.<...
Stephen Cleobury
Stephen Cleobury CBE (/ˈkliːbrɪ/ KLEE-bri; born Bromley 31 December 1948) is an English organist and conductor.
He was organ scholar at St John's College, Cambridge under the musical directorship ...
John M. Ball
Sir John Macleod Ball, FRSE FRS (born 1948) is Sedleian Professor of Natural Philosophy at the University of Oxford. He was the President of the International Mathematical Union from 2003–06 and a Fel...
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Michael Brotherton (priest)
John Michael Brotherton (7 December 1935) is a retired Anglican priest.Brotherton was educated at St John’s College, Cambridge and Ripon College Cuddesdon. He was ordained in 1962 and was a curate a...
James Greenlees
Dr. James Robertson Campbell Greenlees DSO & Bar (14 December 1878 – 16 May 1951) was a Scottish rugby union footballer and educationlist. As a sportsman he played club rugby for Cambridge Univers...
John Quirk
John Nathaniel Quirk (1849 – 26 April 1924) was an Anglican bishop.
Quirk was the son of the Revd Charles Thomas Quirk, sometime rector of Golborne. After being educated at Shrewsbury School and S...
Thomas Bedford (historian)
Thomas Bedford (died 1773) was a nonjuror and church historian, the second son of Hilkiah Bedford, the nonjuror.
Bedford was educated at Westminster School, and proceeded to St. John's College, C...
Charles Courtenay, Lord Courtenay
Charles Peregrine Courtenay, Lord Courtenay (born 14 August 1975), is the son and heir of the 18th Earl of Devon, and a practising barrister.Lord Courtenay was educated at Eton College. After obtaini...