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  1. A. G. Steel

    A. G. Steel

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    English cricketer

  2. Adrian Bryan-Brown

    Adrian Bryan-Brown

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    Press agent, theatrical promoter

  3. Alan Lascelles

    Alan Lascelles

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    Sir Alan Frederick "Tommy" Lascelles, GCB, GCVO, CMG, MC (11 April 1887 – 10 August 1981) was a British courtier and civil servant who held several positions in the first half of the twentieth century, culminating in his position as Private Secretary to both King George VI and to Queen Elizabeth II. He wrote the Lascelles Principles in a 1950 letter to the editor of The Times, using the pen-name "Senex".


  4. Alastair Goodlad, Baron Goodlad

    Alastair Goodlad, Baron Goodlad

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    British politician

  5. Alastair Ross Goobey

    Alastair Ross Goobey

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    Alastair Ross Goobey CBE (6 December 1945 – 2 February 2008) was a leading British investment manager and pension fund manager.


  6. Albert Victor Baillie

    Albert Victor Baillie

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    English Anglican clergyman

  7. Alec Cooke, Baron Cooke of Islandreagh

    Alec Cooke, Baron Cooke of Islandreagh

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    British politician

  8. Alex Moulton

    Alex Moulton

    13 views
    British cycle designer

  9. Alfred Rose (bishop)

    Alfred Rose (bishop)

    14 views
    Bishop

  10. Alfred St. George Hamersley

    Alfred St. George Hamersley

    26 views
    English rugby union player

  11. Algernon Philip Yorke Langhorne

    Algernon Philip Yorke Langhorne

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    British Army general

  12. Alwyn Keith Warren

    Alwyn Keith Warren

    7 views
    Anglican bishop of Christchurch

  13. Ambrose Heal

    Ambrose Heal

    3 views
    English furniture designer, and businessman

  14. Andrew Boggis

    Andrew Boggis

    1 view
    Educator

  15. Anthony Ashley-Cooper, 11th Earl of Shaftesbury

    Anthony Ashley-Cooper, 11th Earl of Shaftesbury

    45 views
    English Earl

  16. Anthony Blunt

    Anthony Blunt

    10 views
    British art historian and soviet spy

  17. Anthony Cyprian Bridge

    Anthony Cyprian Bridge

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    The Very Rev Antony Cyprian Bridge was an eminent Anglican priest in the last third of the 20th Century. He was born on 5 September 1914 and educated at Marlborough and the Royal Academy School of Art. A professional painter before the war, he enlisted in 1939 and was Commissioned into the Buffs. Ordained in 1955 he was then a Curate in Hythe, Kent and then Vicar of Christ Church Lancaster Gate before his elevation to the Deanery at Guildford Cathedral, a post he was to hold for 18 years. He died on 23 April 2007.


  18. Anthony Deane-Drummond

    Anthony Deane-Drummond

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    British Army general

  19. Anthony Hope

    Anthony Hope

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    British writer

  20. Antony Bridge

    Antony Bridge

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    Antony Cyprian "Tony" Bridge (5 September 1914 – 23 April 2007) was a British artist who became an Anglican priest. He was Dean of Guildford for 18 years, from 1968 to 1986. He was widely recognised for his brilliant and unconventional preaching.


  21. Archibald Garrod

    Archibald Garrod

    3 views
    British, Scientist

  22. Arthur Beresford Turner

    Arthur Beresford Turner

    3 views
    korean bishop

  23. Arthur Chandler (bishop)

    Arthur Chandler (bishop)

    1 view
    Anglican Bishop

  24. Arthur Frederick Crane Nicholls

    Arthur Frederick Crane Nicholls

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    Recipient of the George Cross

  25. Arthur Raymond Heath

    Arthur Raymond Heath

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    British politician

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