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The Apostles of Cambridge

originally the "Saturday Club"

 

TitleFirstSecondSurnameNumberYearNotes

Mr 

Thomas 

 

Ainger

 

1820

 

Mr

Alfred

 

Ainsworth

234

1820

elected 1899?

Mr

Henry

 

Alford

 

1830

1810 - 1871. Born in London, Fellow of Trinity College Cambridge (1834), Dean of Canterbury (1857).  First Editor of the Contempory Review (1866 - 1870).  Wrote about the Classics, published poems and hymns, worte 'Come ye thankful people, come'

Mr

Frank

 

Anderson

 

1867

 

Juliet

Louise

Annan

 

197?

Female

Baron

Noel

Gilroy

Annan

 

1948

 

Mr

Neal

 

Ascherson

 

194?

 

Francis

 

Bacon

 

1824

 

Sir

Edward

 

Baines

 

1825

1800 - 1890. Wrote a history of the cotton industry in 1835.  MP for Leeds, Liberal.

Earl

Arthur

J

Balfour

 

186?

1848 - 1930. 1st Earl.  Educated Eton and Trinity College Cambridge. Politician and Philosopher.

Mr

Francis

Maitland

Balfour

 

1875

1851 - 1882.  Educated Harrow and Trinity College Cambridge where he was Professor of Animal Morphology in 1882.  Died in a climbing accident on Mont Blanc.

Earl

Gerald

William

Balfour

 

1872

1853 - 1945. 2nd Earl.  Educated at Eton and Trinity College Cambridge, became a fellow in 1878. Statesman, President of Board of Trade.

Mr

Peter

W

Barker

 

1838

 

Mr

R?

N

Barnes

 

1828

 

Mr

Richard

 

Battersby

 

1820

 

Mr

Theodore

 

Beck

 

1881

 

Mr

Ferenc

Istvean

Bekassy

 

1912

 

Mr

Julian

H

Bell

 

1928

 

Mr

Frankie

 

Birrell

   

Mr

Hugh

 

Blackburn

 

1844

 

Mr

G?

 

Blakesley

 

1868

 

Mr

Joseph

 

Blakesley

 

1827

 

Francis

 

Bliss

 

1912

 

Mr

Anthony

Frederick  

Blunt

 

1927

1907 - 1983. British Art Historian, Soviet Spy.  Educated at Marlborough and Trinity College Cambridge, became a fellow in 1932

Mr

Richard

Guy

Bosanquet

 

1937

 

Mr

Edward

 

Bowen

 

1857

 

Mr

Richard

D

Boylan

 

1824

 

Mr

Richard

Bevan

Braithwaite

 

1921

 

Mr

Henry

 

Brandeth

 

1856

 

Mr

Edward

Cowell

Brice

 

1820

 

Mr

Henry

Crane

Brice

 

1821

 

Mr

Rupert

Chawner

Brooke

 

1908

1887 - 1915.  Educated at Rugby and King's College Cambridge. Poet. Founded in the 1820s, membership was for life.

Mr

Thomas 

W W

Browne

 

1820

 

Mr

Oscar

 

Browning

142

1858

1837 - 1923. Educated Eton and King's College Cambridge, became a fellow in 1859. Donated a wooden chest refered to as 'the ark', in which papers read at the meeting where deposited

Mr

Ronald

 

Bryden

 

196?

 

Sir

Arthur

 

Buller

 

1828

 

Mr

Charles

 

Buller

 

1826

 

Mr 

W?

 

Burdon

 

1822

 

Mr

Guy

Francis de Moncy

Burgess

 

192?

1910 - 1963.  Educated Eton, Royal Naval College Dartmouth and Trinity College Cambridge. Worked for BBC, MI5 and the Foreign Office. Defected to the Soviet Union after being uncovered as spy.

Lord

John

 

Butcher

 

1873

Lord Danesfort

Mr

Samuel

Henry

Butcher

 

1871

1850 - 1910. Born in Dublin.  Educated at Marlborough and Trinity College Cambridge. Professor of Greek at Edinburgh.  MP for Cambridge University from 1906.

Mr

Arthur

John

Butler

 

1865

 

Mr

Henry 

Montagu

Butler

130

1853

1833-1918 He was a master of Trinity.

Mr

Arthur

B

Cane

 

1886

 

Sir

James

 

Carter

 

1824

 

Mr

David

Gawen

Champernowne

   

Mr

William

Dougal

Christie

 

1836

 

Mr

William

K

Clifford

 

1866

 

Mr

Arthur

 

Clough

 

1883

 

Sir

Andrew

Benjamin

Cohen

 

192?

 

Mr

Charles

 

Colbeck

 

1868

 

Mr

J

W E

Conybeare

 

1865

 

Mr

William

Johnson 

Cory

 

1844

1823 - 1892.  Born in Torrington in Devon.  Educated Eton and King's College Cambridge. Assistant master at Eton 1845 - 1872.  Poet. Published.

Mr

William

Gifford

Cooksley

 

1828

 

Mr

John

Jermyn

Cowell

 

1859

 

Mr 

Arthur

 

Crane

213

  

Mr

Francis

J A

Crusoe

 

1929

 

Mr 

William

 

Currey

 

1861

 

Mr

Henry

J C

Cust

 

1883

 

Mr

Erasmus

 

Darwin

 

1823

 

Mr 

Crompton

 

Davies

218

1889

Elected1889

Mr

Goldsworthy 

Lowes

Dickinson

209

1885

1862 - 1932. Lectured at Cambridge 1896 - 1920. Essayist, Published.

Mr

Walter

 

Dodgson

 

1890

 

Mr

James

Hamilton

Doggart

 

1919

 

Mr

William

Bodham

Donne

 

1827

 

Mr

James

Duff

Duff

 

1884

 

Sir

Howard

 

Elphinstone

 

1851

 

Mr

Charles

 

Evans

 

1845

 

Mr

William

 

Everett

 

1862

 

the Hon

Julian

 

Fane

 

1848

 

Mr

George

 

Farish

 

1830

 

Mr

James

 

Farish

 

1825

 

Rev

Frederick

William

Farrar

 

1852

1831 - 1903. Born in Bombay, ordained 1854, taught Harrow, Headmaster of Marlborough, Hon. Chaplin to Queen Victoria, Archdeacon of Westminster, Dean of Canterbury.

Mr

Samuel

 

Fennell

 

1821

 

Mr

George

C R

Festing

 

1821

 

Mr

Edmund

Henry

Fisher

 

1856

 

Mr

Edward 

 

FitzGerald

  

1809 - 1883. Best known as the translator of The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam, great friend of Tennyson, Thackeray and Carlisle. He was also a published poet.

Mr

Edward

Morgan

Forster

236

1901

1879 - 1970. Born in London. Educated Tonbridge School, King's College Cambridge. Founded the Independent Review with Lowes Dickinson. Novalist: A Room With A View.

the Hon

Hugh

 

Fortescue

 

1837

3rd Earl Fortescue

Mr

Roger

Eliot

Fry

 

1887

1866 - 1934. Born in London.  Artist, Art Critic. Founder of the Omega Workshops 1913 - 1921. Published.

Mr

John

M

Furness

 

1891

 

Mr

James

 

Furnival

 

1820

 

Mr

Robin

 

Gandy

 

1947

 

Mr

Francis

 

Garden

 

1830

 

Mr

Sydney

 

Gedge

 

1824

 

Mr

Frederick

 

Gibbs

 

1842

 

Heather

 

Glen

 

197?

Femail

Mr

Alexander

Chisholm

Gooden

 

1840

 

Mr

Henry

Chester

Goodhart

 

1880

 

Mr

Walford

Davies

Green

 

1892

 

Mr

Leonard

H

Greenwood

 

1902

 

Mr

John

 

Gross

 

196?

 

Mr

Benjamin

 

Guest

 

1820

 

Mr

Richard

 

Hall

 

1826

 

Mr

Arthur

 

Hallam

68

1829

Only a member from May 1829-May 1831.  Close friend of Alfred Lord Tennyson,he married his sister Emily. He died suddenly in Venice in Sept 1833. Tennyson wrote the poem In Memoriam in 1850 about his death.

Sir

William

Vernon

Harcourt

 

1847

1827 - 1904. Born in York. Educated Trinity College Cambridge. Bar 1854, QC 1866.  Liberal MP for Oxford 1868. Home Secretary 1880. Chancellor of Exchequer 1886 again in 1892.

Mr

Joseph

 

Hardcastle

 

1835

 

Mr

Thomas 

O

Harding

 

1872

 

Mr

Godfrey

Harold

Hardy

 

1898

1877 - 1947.  Educated Winchester and Cambridge University, Fellow of Trinity 1900. English Mathematician.  Published.

Mr

Henry

 

Harford

 

1820

 

Sir

Frederick

Evelyn

Harmer

 

1925

 

Mr

Thomas 

Wynne

Harrison

 

1824

 

Mr

Francis

Vaughan

Hawkins

 

1851

 

Sir

Ralph

 

Hawtrey

235

1900

 

Mr

Douglas

Denon

Heath

 

1831

 

Dunbar

Isidore

Heath

 

1835

 

Mr

John 

Moore

Heath

 

1834

 

Mr

Charles

G

Heathcote

 

1861

 

Sir

Arthur

 

Helps

 

1833

 

Mr

Robert

 

Henderson

 

1820

 

Mr

Arthur

Boyd

Hibbert

 

1946

 

Sir

Arthur

 

Hobhouse

244

1905

Elected in 1905 helped by John Maynard Keynes.  Not very active member of society.

Mr

Eric

 

Hobsbawm

 

193?

 

Sir

Alan

Lloyd

Hodgkin

 

1936

1914 - . Fellow Trinity College Cambridge. English physiologist. Lecturer Cambridge 1945 - 1952. Royal Society Research Professor 1952 - 1969.  Worked on Radar during WW II.

Mr

Barnard

Henry

Holland

 

1878

 

Mr

Francis

James

Holland

 

1846

 

Mr

Wentworth

S

Holsworthy

 

1836

 

Mr

John

 

Hopkinson

 

1870

 

Mr

Fenton

John Anthony

Hort

 

1851

 

Earl

George 

James

Howard

158

1864

George James Howard, 9th Earl of Carlisle.  Artist.

Mr

Henry

 

Jackson

 

1863

 

Mr

Henry

Alfred

James

 

1849

 

Sir

Richard

Claverhouse

Jebb

 

1859

1841 - 1905. Fellow of Trinity College Cambridge. Professor of Greek at Glasgow 1875, and in Cambridge in 1889. MP for Cambridge in 1891.  Published.

Mr

Harry

G

Johnson

 

194?

 

Mr

Henry

Robert

Johnson

 

1821

 

Mr

Edward

C

Judge

 

1821

 

Mr

John

Mitchell

Kemble

 

1826

1807 - 1857. Educated Trinity College Cambridge and Gottingen under Jakob Grimm. Anglo Saxon Scholar. Published: History of The Saxons in England

Mr

Benjamin

H

Kennedy

 

1824

 

Mr

Arnold

 

Kettle

 

194?

 

Sir

John

Maynard

Keynes

243

1903

1883 - 1946. 1st Baron Keynes. Economist. They met each week late in the evening for 'tea' which in the early days included anchovies on toast, later on it seems to of changed to sardines.

Mr

Edmund

 

Law

 

1836

 

Mr

E

J

Lawrence

 

1835

 

Mr

Walter

 

Leaf

 

1874

 

Mr

Henry

 

Lee-Warner

 

1862

 

Sir

Henry

John Bevin

Lintott

 

1929

 

Mr

Thomas 

Shepherd

Little

 

1872

 

Mr

Crompton

 

Llewellyn Davies

 

1889

 

Baron

Richard

 

Llewellyn-Davies

 

193?

 

Mr

Theodore

 

Llewellyn Davies

 

1889

 

Mr

Geoffrey

E R 

Lloyd

 

195?

 

Sir

Charles

 

Locock

 

1849

 

Mr

Leo 

 

Long

 

193?

 

Mr

Donald

William

Lucas

 

1925

 

Mr 

Frank

Lawrence

Lucas

 

1914

1894 - 1967. Born Hipperholme in Yorkshire.  Fellow King's College Cambridge.  English Critic and Poet.  Published.

Mr

Gordon

Hannington

Luce

 

1912

 

Mr

John

Marlowe

Luce

 

1939

 

Mr

Edmund

 

Lushington

 

1834

 

Sir

Franklyn

 

Lushington

 

1842

 

Mr

Henry

 

Lushington

 

1833

 

Mr 

Vernon

 

Lushington

 

1854

 

the Hon

Alfred

 

Lyttelton

 

1878

 

the Hon

Charles

 

Lyttelton

 

1863

8th Viscount Cobham

Sir

Desmond

 

MacCarthy

231

1896

1878 - 1952.  Born in Plymouth.  Educated Eton and Trinity College Cambridge.  English Critic And Writer.  Published.

Mr

Kenneth

 

Macaulay

 

1831

 

Mr

W

H

Macaulay

 

1876

 

the Hon

Malcolm

 

Macnaghten

 

1891

 

Sir

Henry

James Sumner

Maine

 

1843

1822 - 1888. Educated Christ's Hospital and Pembroke College Cambridge. Master at Trinity College Cambridge 1877.  Whewell Professor of International Law in 1887. English Jurist and Historian.  Published.

Mr

Frederick

William

Maitland

 

1873

1850 - 1906.  Educated Eton and Trinity College Cambridge.  English Legal Historian.  Published.

Mr

J

G

Maitland

 

1839

 

Mr

Frederick

 

Malkin

 

1826

 

Mr

Horatio

 

Mansfield

 

1841

 

Sir

William

 

Marriott

 

1823

 

Sir

Edward 

Howard

Marsh

 

1894

Joined in the 1890's, went on to become an 'Angel', an Apostle who although no longer at Cambridge continued to attend meetings.

Mr

Maurice

Oswald

Marshall

 

1914

 

Mr

Arthur

 

Martineau

 

1827

 

Mr

John

Frederick Denison

Maurice

 

1823

1805- 1872.  Born Normanston in East Anglia.  Educated Trinity College Cambridge. Editor of Athenaeum. Chaplain to Guy's Hospital 1837. Professor of Literature King's College Cambridge 1840. English Theologian and writer.  Published.

Mr

James

Clerk

Maxwell

 

1852

1831 - 1879.  Born in Edinburgh.  Educated Edinburgh Academy, Edinburgh University and Cambridge University. In 1871 he became the first Cavendish Professor at Cambridge, where he organized the Cavandish Laboratory.  Scottish Physicist.  Published.

Mr

Robin

John Grote

Mayor

 

1889

 

Sir

Donald

 

M'Calister

 

1876

 

Mr

Norman

 

McLean

 

1888

 

Mr

John

McTaggart Ellis

McTaggart

 

1886

1866 - 1925.  Educated Clifton College and Trinity College Cambridge.  English Philosopher.  Published.

Mr 

Hugh

Owen

Meredith

236

1900

 

Mr

Charles

 

Merivale

 

1832

 

Mr

Jonathan

 

Miller

 

195?

1934 -  . Educated Cambridge University. Worked for the BBC. Became Research Fellow in Neuropsychology at Sussex University in 1985.  English Stage Director and Author. Published.

Mr

Karl

 

Miller

 

195?

 

Lord

Richard

Monckton

Milnes

 

1829

1809 - 1885. Born in London.1st Baron Houghton. Educated Cambridge University. MP for Pontefract 1837.  Entered House of Lords 1863.  Essayist, poet and man of letters.  Published.

Mr

John

Murdoch

Mitchison

 

1949

 

Mr

Cecil

James

Monro

 

1854

 

Mr

R

J I 

Monteith

 

1830

 

Mr

George

Edward

Moore

229

1894

1873 - 1958.  Born in London.  Educated Dulwich College and Trinity College Cambridge.  Professor of Mental Philosophy Cambridge 1925 - 1939. English Philosopher.  Published.

Mr

Alexander

J W

Morrison

 

1829

 

Mr

Edward

J C

Morton

 

1878

 

Mr

Savile

 

Morton

 

1832

 

Lord

John

Fletcher

Moulton

 

1867

Lord Moulton of Bank

Mr

Arthur

Thomas

Myers

 

1872

 

the Hon

Roden

 

Noel

 

1857

 

Mr

Harry

J T

Norton

246

1906

Stage Mangager for the Edward Garnett play performed at the Haymarket.

Mr

Cuthbert

Wilfired Francis

Noyce

 

1934

 

Mr

Edward

 

O'Brian

 

1828

 

Mr

William

Smith

O'Brian

 

1824

1803 - 1964.  Born County Clare in Ireland.  Educated Harrow and Cambridge University. Irish Nationalist.  Transported to Tasmania, released after 5 years in 1854.

Mr

Edmund

 

Oldfield

 

1836

 

Mr

Thomas 

P

Outram

 

1822

 

Lord

George

 

Patton

 

1823

Lord Glenalmond

Mr

John

Burwell

Payne

 

1863

 

Mr

Alexander

P D

Penrose

 

1919

 

Mr

Lionel

Sharples

Penrose

 

192?

 

Mr

Percival

 

Pickering

 

1829

 

Sir

Frederick

 

Pollock

160

1865

1845 - 1937.  Born in London.  Educated Eton and Trinity College Cambridge - Fellow in 1868.  Bar 1871.  English Jurist.  Published.

Sir

William

Frederick

Pollock

 

1834

1815 - 1888.  Educated St Paul's and Trinity college Cambridge.  Bar 1838. English Jurist. Published.

Mr

Robert 

H

Pomeroy

 

1854

 

Sir

Alfred

 

Power

 

1825

 

Mr

Joseph

 

Power

 

1821

 

Mr

John

Henry

Pratt

 

1871

 

Mr

Peter

Derek Vaughan

Prince

 

1938

 

Sir

Philip

Dennis

Proctor

 

1927

 

Mr

M

Robert

Pryor

 

1869

 

Mr

Charles

 

Puller

 

1855

 

Mr

John

 

Punnett

 

1820

 

Sir

Walter

Alexander

Raleigh

 

1882

1861 - 1922.  Born in London.  Professor of English Literature: Liverpool 1899, Glasgow 1900, Oxford 1904.  English Essayist, Critic and Scholar.  Published.

Mr

Frank

Plumpton

Ramsey

 

1921

1903 - 1930.  Born in Cambridge. Educated Trinity College Cambridge. Fellow of King's College Cambridge.  English Philosopher and Mathematician. Died young following an operation.

Mr

William

 

Richardson

 

1825

 

Mr

George

Rives

 

1871

 

Mr

John

 

Roberts

 

1821

 

Sir

Dennis

H

Robertson

 

192?

 

Mr

Thomas 

 

Robinson

 

1838

 

Mr

Henry

John

Roby

 

1855

 

Mr

Lancelot

Charles

Rolleston

 

1919

 

Mr 

Edward

 

Romilly

 

1824

 

Mr

Henry

 

Romilly

 

1826

 

Lord

Nathaniel

Mayer  Victor

Rothschild

 

193?

1910 - 1990.  Born in London.  Military Intelegence 1939 - 1945. Assistant Director Department of Zoology at Cambridge 1950 - 1970. English Administrator.

Mr 

Richard

C

Rowe

 

1877

 

the Hon

Walter

G

Runciman

 

195?

 

the Hon

Bertrand

Arthur William

Russell

 

1892

1872 - 1970.  Born in Trelleck, Gwent.  Educated Trinity College Cambridge - Fellow in 1895.3rd Earl Russell.  Welsh Philosopher and Mathematician.

Mr

George

 

Rylands

 

1922

 

Mr

Charles

Percy

Sanger

223

1892

 

Mr

George

H

Shaw

 

1820

 

Sir

John

Tressider

Sheppard

238

1902

 A Don at Kings during the time of Rupert Brooke.

Mr 

Peter

David

Shore

 

1947

1924 - . Educated Cambridge.  Labour MP in 1964.  English Politician.

Mr

Gerald

 

Shove

 

1909

 

Mr

Arthur

 

Sidgwick

 

1861

 

Mr

Henry

 

Sidgwick

 

1856

1838 - 1900. Born Skipton in Yorkshire. Educated Rugby and Cambridge, Fellow of Trinity in 1859.  Knightsbridge Professor of Moral Philosophy in 1883.  English Philosopher.  Published.

Mr

George

 

Simpson

 

1822

 

Mr

John

 

Simpson

 

1820

 

Mr

Quentin

 

Skinner

 

196?

 

Mr

Arthur

H

Smith

 

1882

 

Sir

Henry

Babington

Smith

 

1885

 

Mr

James

Parker

Smith

 

1876

 

Mr

T

Townsend

Smith

 

1826

 

Mr

A

E A W

Smyth

 

1897

 

Mr

James

 

Spedding

 

1828

1808 - 1881. Fellow Trinity College Cambridge.  Published: Life and Letters (1861 - 1874): the letters of Francis Bacon.  English Scholar.

Mr

E

Spring Rice

 

1876

 

Mr

Stephen

 

Spring Rice

 

1833

 

Mr

T

C W

Spring Rice

 

1837

 

Mr

W

J H

Sprott

 

192?

 

the Hon

Edward

 

Stanley

 

1847

15th Earl of Derby

Mr

John

 

Stanning

 

1861

 

Mr

Vincent

H

Stanton

 

1872

 

Sir

James

Fitzjames

Stephen

 

1847

1829 - 1894. Born in Kensington. English Jurist. 1st Baronet.  Uncle of Virginnia Woolf and Vanessa Bell.

Mr

James

Kenneth

Stephen

 

1879

 

Mr

John

 

Sterling

 

1825

1806 - 1844. Born Kames Castle Isle of Bute. Educated Glasgow and Trinity College Cambridge. Purchased then edited The Athenaeum.  Scottish man of letters. Carlyle wrote Life of John Sterling.

Mr

John

S

Stock

 

1821

 

Mr

Charles

Samuel

Stokes

 

1838

 

Sir

Arthur

 

Strachey

 

1879

 

Mr

James 

Beaumont

Strachey

 

1906

Campaigned to get Rupert Brooke elected into the group.

Mr

Giles

Lytton

Strachey

 

1902

1880 - 1932. Born in London. Educated Leamington College, Liverpool University and Trinity College Cambridge. English Biographer and Critic.

Mr

Michael

 

Straight

 

1936

 

Mr

James

 

Stuart

 

1865

 

Mr

Thomas 

 

Sunderland

 

1826

 

Mr

Saxon

Sydney-Turner

 

1902

 

Mr

J

E

Symes

 

1870

 

the Hon

James

 

Talbot

 

1827

Lord Talbot de Malahide

Mr 

Herbert

F W

Tatham

211

1885

Elected in 1885, not active member of the society.  Died in 1909

Mr

Charles

Henry

Tawney

 

1858

 

Mr

Alfred

 

Taylor

 

1822

 

Mr

Cecil

Francis  

Taylor

249

1910

Elected 1910.  Lifelong friend of Jack Sheppard.  Taylor became a school master at Clifton college, Bristol.

Mr

Thomas 

 

Taylor

 

1840

 

Mr

R

J

Tennant

 

1828

 

Sir

Alfred

 

Tennyson

 

1829

1809 - 1892.1st Lord Tennyson. Member from October 1829-February 1830. Educated Trinity college as were his brothers George and Charles. English Poet. Poet Laureate.

Mr

George

Derwent

Thompson

 

1923

 

Mr

Henry

 

Thompson

 

1820

 

Mr

Henry

Yates

Thompson

 

1860

 

Mr

W

H

Thompson

 

1830

 

Bishop

George

 

Tomlinson

 

1820

 

Mr

Stephen

Edelston

Toulmin

 

1947

 

Mr

Duncan

 

Tovey

 

1865

 

Mr

Richard

Trevenix (Chenevix?)

Trench

 

1827

1807 - 1886.  Born Dublin.  Educated Harrow and Trinity College Cambridge.  1847 Professor of Theology in King's College London. Irish Philologist and poet.

Mr

George

Macaulay

Trevelyan

 

1895

1876 - 1962. Born Stratford-on-Avon. Educated Harrow and Trinity College Cambridge - Master 1940 - 1951. English Historian

Sir

George 

Otto

Trevelyan

 

1859

1838 - 1928. Born Rothley Temple, Leicestershire.  Educated Harrow and Trinity College Cambridge. Liberal MP 1865. Lord of the Admiralty 1868 - 1870. English Stateman. Published.

Mr

Robert

Calversley

Trevelyan

226

1893

 

Mr

Herbert

H

Turner

 

1880

 

Mr

Edward

T

Vaughan

 

1835

 

Mr

Alfred

 

Veasey

 

1821

 

Mr

George

Stovin

Venables

 

1832

 

Mr

Arthur

W

Verrall

174

1871

 

Mr

Walter

 

Wallich

 

1939

 

Mr

Spencer

 

Walpole

 

1826

 

Mr

William

Grey

Walter

 

1933

 

Mr

James

 

Ward

 

1876

 

Mr

Francis

 

Warre-Cornish

 

1860

 

Mr

Arthur

Ronald Dare

Watkins

 

1925

 

Mr

Alister

George Douglas

Watson

 

1848

 

Mr

Henry

William

Watson

 

1848

 

Mr

Nathaniel

 

Wedd

 

1888

 

Sir

Ralph

Lewis

Wedgwood

 

1893

 

Mr

Alfred

North

Whitehead

 

1884

1861 - 1947. Born in London. Educated Sherborne and Trinity College Cambridge - went on to become senior lecturer in Mathematics until 1911. English Mathematician and Philosopher.  Published.

Mr

C

S

Whitmore

 

1823

 

Mr

W

C

Wilkier

 

1834

 

Mr

John

Daniel

Williams

 

1849

 

Mr 

George

St Vincent

Wilson

 

1825

 

Sir

Henry

Francis  

Wilson

 

1881

 

Mr

Charles

 

Wiseman

 

1820

 

Mr

Ludwig

Josef Johann

Wittgenstein

 

1912

1889 - 1951. Born in Vienna. Educated Berlin, Manchester and Cambridge. Important British Philosopher. Published

Mr

Leonard

Sidney

Woolf

 

1902

1880 - 1969. Born in London. Educated St Paul's and Trinity College Cambridge. Ceylon Civil Service 1904 - 1911. Founder of the Hogarth Press.  English Publisher and Writer. Published.

Mr

David

 

Wootton

 

1974

 

Mr

George

W

Wrangham

 

1827

 

Mr

William

 

Wyse

 

1880

 

Mr

G

V

Yool

 

1848

 

Mr

Edward

M

Young

 

1860

 

 

 

   
 

 

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