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    Orlando Gibbons, 1583-1625, Composer
    Charles Townshend, 2nd Viscount Townshend, 1674-1738, Statesman and agriculturist
    Robert Walpole, 1676-1745, First British Prime Minister
    E. M. Forster, 1879-1970, Writer
    John Maynard Keynes, 1883-1946, Economist
    Rupert Brooke, 1887-1915, Poet
    Alan Turing, 1912-1954, Mathematician
    Rt Rev Lord Habgood, 1927- , Archbishop of York
    Tam Dalyell, 1932- , Politician
    Andrew Davis, 1944- , Conductor
    Salman Rushdie, 1947- , Writer
    David Baddiel, 1964-, Comedian and writer


    Samuel Pepys (diarist)
    Sir Michael Redgrave (actor)
    George Mallory (mountaineer)
    John Simpson (journalist)
    Bamber Gascoigne (TV presenter, University Challenge)
    Alan Rusbridger (editor, The Guardian),
    Gavin Hastings OBE (rugby international)
    Charles Stewart Parnell (Irish nationalist)
    Sir Anthony Jay (author, Yes, Minister)
    C.S. Lewis (author and theologian)
    Henry Dunster (first President of Harvard University).
    A C Benson (librettist of Land of Hope and Glory)
    Patrick Blackett (Nobel Prize winning physicist)
    Charles Kingsley (author of The Water Babies and Regius Professor of Modern History)
    Thomas Cranmer (Archbishop of Canterbury and graduate of Jesus College; Fellow of Magdalene)
    Honorary Fellows have included

    Benjamin Britten
    T.S. Eliot
    Thomas Hardy
    Seamus Heaney
    Rudyard Kipling
    Nelson Mandela


    Germaine Greer
    Sylvia Plath
    Emma Thompson
    Margaret Drabble
    Diane Abbott
    Patricia Hewitt


    William Eliot (Politician)
    Thomas Gray (Poet)
    Ted Hughes (Poet)
    Eric Idle (Entertainer)
    Clive James (Novelist)
    William Pitt (Politician)
    Tom Sharpe (Novelist)
    Edmund Spenser (Poet)
    George Gabriel Stokes (Physicist)
    William Turner (Physician)
    Bill Oddie (Comedian and Bird-Watcher)
    Tim Brooke-Taylor (Comedian)

    oh my god vanessa feltz went to trinity?!


    Charles Babbage (His analytical engine anticipated the modern computer)
    Richard Baker (News reader)
    Henry Cavendish (Scientist)
    Christopher Cockerell (inventor of the hovercraft)
    Richard Crashaw (Poet)
    James Dewar (scientist)
    Augustus Henry Fitzroy, 3rd Duke of Grafton (Prime Minister 1768-1770)
    Thomas Gray (Poet)
    Colin Charles Greenwood (Bass Player of Radiohead)
    Michael Howard (MP)
    Lord Kelvin (scientist)
    Sir A Klug OM PRS (Nobel Prize Winner, Peterhouse Fellow)
    Archer Martin (Nobel Prize for developing partition chromatography)
    James Mason (British film star)
    Chris Mead (ornithologist)
    Sam Mendes (Film producer)
    Andrew Perne
    Max Perutz (Nobel Prize for determining the structure of haemoproteins)
    Michael Portillo (politician)
    Claudia Pugh-Thomas (Trapeze artist)
    Anthony St Leger (soldier, politician, Governor of Saint Lucia, and founder of the St. Leger Stakes)
    John Whitgift (archbishop)
    Frank Whittle (Developed jet propulsion)


    M. S. Bartlett, statistician
    Alexander Crummell, (1849 - 1853)
    Thomas Digges, (died 1595)
    Lord Eatwell, (1964 - 1967)
    Michael Foale, (1975 - 1978)
    Stephen Fry, (1978 - 1981)
    John Goodwin, (died 1665)
    John Hall, (died 1635)
    Thomas Horton, (died 1673)
    John Lambert, (1521)
    Arthur Mooring, (1927 - 1930)
    T. H. White, (1925 - 1929)
    John Whitgift, 1549
    Richard Whytford, devotional writer (flourished 1541)


    Charles Hart, songwriter and musician
    Konnie Huq, television presenter

    st cat

    John Addenbrooke, founder of Addenbrooke's Hospital
    Herbert Rowse Armstrong, only English solicitor to be hanged for murder
    Nathaniel Bacon, revolutionary in Virginia
    John Bayliss, poet
    Howard Brenton, playwright
    Adam Buddle, after whom the Buddleia is named
    Henry William Bunbury, caricaturist
    Oliver Cromwell, second son of Lord Protector Oliver Cromwell
    Joanne Harris, author
    Sir Ian McKellen, actor
    Roy MacLaren, Canadian diplomat
    Nevil Maskelyne, Astronomer Royal
    Michael Morris (Lord Naseby), former Deputy Speaker of the House of Commons
    Jeremy Paxman, television journalist
    Steve Punt, comedian
    John Ray, naturalist
    Thomas Sherlock, theologian
    James Shirley, Elizabethan poet and playwright
    Donald Soper, Methodist minister and campaigner
    John Strype, historian
    Tunku Abdul Rahman, Malaysian statesman
    William Wotton, historian

    St. John's

    William Cecil, Lord Burghley, chief advisor to Queen Elizabeth I of England for most of her reign
    Thomas Fairfax, 3rd Baron Fairfax of Cameron, English Civil War General and Commander-in-Chief
    Thomas Wentworth, 1st Earl of Strafford, notable English Statesman during the reign of Charles I
    George William Frederick Villiers, 4th Earl of Clarendon, English diplomat and Stateman
    William Wilberforce, Member of Parliament who brought about the abolition of slavery in Britain in the 19th century
    Dudley Ryder, 1st Earl of Harrowby, politician
    Robert Stewart, Viscount Castlereagh, politician
    Charles Watson-Wentworth, 2nd Marquess of Rockingham, Prime Minister 1765-66 and 1782
    Frederick John Robinson, 1st Earl of Ripon, as 1st Viscount Goderich, Prime Minister 1827-28
    George Hamilton-Gordon, 4th Earl of Aberdeen, Prime Minister 1852-55
    Henry John Temple, 3rd Viscount Palmerston, Prime Minister 1855-58 and 1859-65
    William Wordsworth, poet
    Douglas Adams, author
    Samuel Butler (1835-1902), author
    Herbert Howells , English composer held the post of organist during WWII.
    Sir John Cockcroft KCB, Nobel prize-winning physicist who first split the atom
    Cecil Beaton, photographer (never graduated)
    Sir Maurice Wilkes, one of the founding fathers of modern computer science
    Paul Dirac, Nobel prize-winning physicist and one of the founding fathers of Quantum Mechanics
    Sir Edward Appleton, winner of the Nobel prize for Physics, for discovering the Appleton layer
    Frederick Sanger, molecular biologist and one of only four double nobel prize winners.
    Maurice Wilkins, awarded Nobel prize for Medicine or Physiology with Watson and Crick for discovering the structure of DNA
    Nevill Francis Mott, awarded Nobel prize for Physics for work on the behaviour of electrons in magnetic solids
    Abdus Salam, Nobel laureate in Physics for unifying the electromagnetic force and the weak force
    Allan Cormack, Nobel laureate in Medicine or Physiology for the invention of the CAT scan
    Fred Hoyle, Pioneering but controversial cosmologist who first used the term 'Big Bang'.
    John Couch Adams, mathematician and discoverer of Neptune
    Sir Roger Penrose, mathematical physicist and philosopher
    Brook Taylor, English mathematician
    James Joseph Sylvester, mathematician
    Jonathan Miller, physician, theater and opera director and television presenter
    Manmohan Singh, Prime Minister of India (2004-current)
    Andrew Gilligan, controversial journalist
    Derek Jacobi, actor
    Kikuchi Dairoku
    Donald MacAlister, friend of Kikuchi Dairoku
    Suematsu Kencho


    Clive Anderson - comedian and television show host
    Ralph Chubb - poet and printer
    John Selwyn Gummer - politician
    Robert Harris - author
    Simon Hughes - politician
    Hugh Laurie - comedian and actor
    Sir Richard May - jurist
    Malcolm Muggeridge - author and journalist
    Rob Newman - comedian

    Trinity you really have outdone yourself
    George Gascoigne 1525-1577 Poet, dramatist - Jocasta, The Glasse of Government
    John Dee 1527-1608 Alchemist, geographer, mathematician
    Sir Edward Coke 1552-1634 Lawyer, politician; Chief Justice of the King's Bench
    Francis Bacon, 1st Viscount St Albans 1561-1626 Lawyer, philosopher; Lord Chancellor
    Sir Henry Spelman 1562-1641 Antiquary - 'Reliquiae Spelmannianae'
    Sir John Coke 1563-1644 politician
    Robert Devereux, 2nd Earl of Essex 1566-1601 Soldier, courtier to Elizabeth I; executed for rebellion
    Giles Fletcher 1588-1623 Poet - Christ's Victory and Triumph
    George Herbert 1593-1633 Poet - The Temple; MP (Montgomery)
    Thomas Randolph 1605-1635 Poet, dramatist
    Sir John Suckling 1609-1642 Poet, dramatist
    John Pell 1610-1685 Mathematician
    Abraham Cowley 1618-1667 Poet, dramatist - The Mistress
    Andrew Marvell 1621-1678 Poet -'Horatian Ode', The Rehearsal Transpros'd; MP (Hull)
    George Villiers, 2nd Duke of Buckingham 1628-1687 Wit, politician, dramatist - The Rehearsal; member of the 'Cabal'
    John Ray 1627-1705 Naturalist; created the principles of plant classification
    John Dryden 1631-1700 Poet Laureate -Absalom and Achitophel; Translator of Virgil
    Francis Willughby 1635-1672 Naturalist
    Sir Isaac Newton 1642-1727 Mathematician, physicist; MP (Cambridge University)
    George Jeffreys, 1st Baron Jeffreys 1645-1689 Judge - 'Bloody Assizes'; Lord Chancellor
    Nathaniel Lee 1649-1692 Dramatist - The Rival Queens
    Charles Montagu, 1st Duke of Manchester (1656-1722) Whig statesman
    Charles Montagu, 1st Earl of Halifax 1661-1715 Founded Bank of England, 1694; Chancellor of Exchequer
    Charles Seymour, 6th Duke of Somerset 1662-1748 Politician and Whig Grandee
    George Montague-Dunk, 2nd Earl of Halifax 1716-1771 Secretary of State
    John Montagu, 4th Earl of Sandwich 1718-1792 First Lord of the Admiralty; invented the 'sandwich'
    Richard Cumberland 1732-1811 Playwright - The Brothers, The West Indian
    Thomas Nelson 1738-1789 Signatory of the American Declaration of Independence
    Thomas Erskine, 1st Baron Erskine 1750-1823 Lord Chancellor, jurist
    George Crabbe 1754-1832 Poet; did not matriculate
    Richard Porson 1759-1808 Classical scholar
    Spencer Perceval 1762-1812 Prime Minister 1809-1812 (Tory); assassinated
    Charles Grey, 2nd Earl Grey 1764-1845 Prime Minister 1830-1834 (Whig); Great Reform Act (1832)
    Francis Russell, 5th Duke of Bedford 1765-1802 Whig aristocrat
    John Copley, 1st Baron Lyndhurst 1772-1863 Lawyer; Lord Chancellor 1827-1830; 1834-1835; 1841-1846
    William Lamb, 2nd Viscount Melbourne 1779-1848 Prime Minister 1834, 1835-1841 (Whig)
    Henry Petty-Fitzmaurice, 3rd Marquess of Lansdowne 1780-1863 Whig statesman
    Charles Pepys, 1st Earl of Cottenham 1781-1851 lawyer, Lord Chancellor 1846-1850
    John Charles Spencer, 3rd Earl Spencer 1782-1845 Known as Lord Althorp; Chancellor of the Exchequer
    Henry Goulburn 1784-1856 Chancellor of the Exchequer
    Adam Sedgwick 1785-1873 Geologist
    George Gordon Byron, 6th Baron Byron 1788-1824 Poet - `She Walks in Beauty', Don Juan
    Charles Babbage 1791-1871 Mathematician; Built the forerunner of modern computers
    Constantine Henry Phipps, 1st Marquess of Normanby 1797-1863 Politician
    Thomas Macaulay 1800-1859 Historian, essayist
    William Fox Talbot 1800-1877 Inventor of photography
    Sir George Airy 1801-1895 Astronomer, geophysicist
    William Smith O'Brien 1803-1864 Irish Nationalist
    Edward Bulwer-Lytton, 1st Baron Lytton 1803-1873 Novelist - The Last Days of Pompeii; politician
    James Challis 1803-1882 Astronomer; twice observed Neptune without noting it, before its discovery
    Frederick Maurice 1805-1872 Theologian, writer, Christian Socialist
    Augustus De Morgan 1806-1871 Mathematician; symbolic logic
    Richard Chenevix Trench 1807-1888 Poet, Archbishop of Dublin; Theorist of English Language
    James Spedding 1808-1881 Scholar; editor of Bacon's Works
    Richard Monckton Milnes, 1st Baron Houghton 1809-1885 Politician, man of letters
    Alfred Tennyson, 1st Baron Tennyson 1809-1892 Poet - Maud, In Memoriam
    Edward FitzGerald 1809-1883 Poet - `The Rubá iyá t of Omar Khayyá m'
    William M. Thackeray 1811-1863 Novelist - Vanity Fair, Henry Esmond
    Tom Taylor 1817-1880 Scottish dramatist; editor of Punch
    Thomas Francis Wade 1818-1895 Diplomat; invented Wade-Giles Chinese transliteration
    John Manners, 7th Duke of Rutland (also known as Lord John Manners) 1818-1906 Conservative statesman
    Arthur Cayley 1821-1895 Mathematician; non-Euclidean geometry, invented matrices
    Sir Francis Galton 1822-1911 Scientist; meteorology, heredity
    Brooke Westcott 1825-1901 Canon of Westminster, Bishop of Durham
    Edward Stanley, 15th Earl of Derby 1826-1893 Foreign Secretary
    William Waddington 1826-1894 French Prime Minister 1879; archaeologist
    Sir William Vernon Harcourt 1827-1904 Liberal statesman; home secretary, Chancellor of the Exchequer
    Hugh Childers 1827-1896 Australian statesman, then British Chancellor of the Exchequer
    Joseph Barber Lightfoot 1828-1889 Bishop of Durham; theologian
    Edward White Benson 1829-1896 Archbishop of Canterbury, 1883-1896
    James Clerk Maxwell 1831-1879 Physicist; electromagnetism
    Bishop Hale, first Bishop of Perth and, later, Bishop of Brisbane, social and educational pioneer
    Spencer Cavendish, 8th Duke of Devonshire (also known as Marquess of Hartington) 1833-1908; politician
    John Dalberg-Acton, 1st Baron Acton 1834-1902 Historian
    Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman 1836-1908 Prime Minister 1905-1908 (Liberal)
    Sir Michael Foster 1836-1907 Physiologist; MP (London University)
    Henry Sidgwick 1838-1900 Philosopher, major proponent of women's colleges
    Sir George Otto Trevelyan 1838-1928 Historian; MP; Father of G. M. Trevelyan
    T. J. Cobden Sanderson 1840-1922 Bookbinder; Arts and Crafts Movement pioneer.
    Sir Richard Jebb 1841-1905 Greek scholar
    King Edward VII 1841-1910 Reigned 1901-1910
    Sir Frederick Pollock 1845-1937 Jurist
    Edmund Gosse 1845-1928 Poet, critic - On Viol and Flute
    Arthur Balfour, 1st Earl of Balfour 1848-1930 Prime Minister 1902-1905 (Conservative)
    Frederick W. Maitland 1850-1906 Legal historian
    Albert Grey, 4th Earl Grey 1851-1917 Governor-General of Canada 1904-1911
    Sir Charles Villiers Stanford 1852-1924 Composer, organist
    Sir James Frazer 1854-1941 Anthropologist; writer - The Golden Bough
    A. E. Housman 1859-1936 Poet - A Shropshire Lad; Classical scholar
    A. N. Whitehead 1861-1947 Philosopher, mathematician
    George Herbert, 5th Earl of Carnarvon 1866-1923 Egyptologist; funded the discovery of Tut'ankhamun's tomb
    Freeman Freeman-Thomas, 1st Marquess of Willingdon 1866-1941 Administrator; Viceroy of India
    Stanley Baldwin, 1st Earl Baldwin of Bewdley 1867-1947 Prime Minister 1923-24, 1924-29, 1935-37 (Conservative)
    Erskine Childers 1870-1922 Writer, Irish Nationalist - The Riddle of The Sands
    Ralph Vaughan Williams 1872-1958 Composer - Sea Symphony, Pilgrim's Progress
    Prince Ranjitsinhji 1872-1933 Cricketer; Indian Prince
    G. E. Moore 1873-1958 Philosopher
    Aleister Crowley 1875-1947 Writer and 'Magician'; 'the wickedest man alive'
    Mohammed Iqbal 1875-1938 Islamic poet and philosopher
    Charles Rolls 1877-1910 Co-founder of Rolls-Royce; aviator
    Sir James Jeans 1877-1946 Astronomer, mathematician; stellar evolution
    G. H. Hardy 1877-1947 Mathematician; A Mathematician's Apology
    Lytton Strachey 1880-1932 Biographer - Eminent Victorians; Bloomsbury Group
    Leonard Woolf 1880-1969 Writer; husband of Virginia; Bloomsbury Group
    Clive Bell 1881-1964 Art and literary critic; husband of Vanessa
    Alfred Radcliffe-Brown 1881-1955 Social anthropologist
    A. A. Milne 1882-1956 Novelist - Winnie the Pooh
    Sir Arthur Eddington 1882-1944 Astronomer
    John Edensor Littlewood 1885-1977 Mathematician; Fourier Series, Zeta Function
    Harry Philby 1885-1960 Explorer of Arabia; father of Kim
    Sir Geoffrey Ingram Taylor 1886-1975 Physicist, mathematician; Fluid dynamics, crystals
    C. D. Broad 1887-1971 Philosopher
    Srinivasa Ramanujan 1887-1920 Mathematician; analytic number theory, elliptic integrals
    Sydney Chapman 1888-1970 Mathematician, geophysicist; kinetic theory, geomagnetism
    Ludwig Wittgenstein 1889-1951 Philosopher
    Jawaharlal Nehru 1889-1964 First Prime Minister of India, 1949-1964
    King George VI 1895-1952 Reigned 1936-1952
    Edward Arthur Milne 1896-1950 Mathematician
    Vladimir Nabokov 1899-1977 Russian and English novelist - Lolita
    Christopher Hinton, Baron Hinton of Bankside 1901-1983 Nuclear engineer; constructed Calder Hall, the first large scale reactor
    George 'Gubby' Allen 1902-1989 Cricketer - captained England; played in Bodyline series
    Frank Plumpton Ramsey 1903-1930 Philosopher, mathematician, economist
    Otto Frisch 1904-1979 Nuclear physicist; first used the term 'nuclear fission'
    Erskine Childers 1905-1974 President of the Irish Republic, 1973-74
    John Lehmann 1907-1987 Poet, man of letters; inaugurated The London Magazine
    Anthony Blunt 1907-1983 Soviet spy; art historian
    Sir Peter Scott 1909-1989 Artist, ornithologist; Olympic sailor (1936)
    Nicholas Monsarrat 1910-1979 Novelist - The Cruel Sea
    Guy Burgess 1910-1963 Soviet spy and traitor
    Kim Philby 1911-1988 Double agent; communist
    Enoch Powell 1912-1998 Statesman; Minister of Health, 1960-3
    William Whitelaw, 1st Viscount Whitelaw 1918-1999 Statesman; Home Secretary, 1979-83
    John Robinson 1919-1983 Theologian; Bishop of Woolwich, Dean of Trinity
    Alexander Ramsay of Mar 1919-2001 great grandson of Queen Victoria
    Raymond Williams 1921-1988 Marxist critic, novelist - The Country and the City
    Rajiv Gandhi 1944-1989 Prime Minister of India, 1984-1989
    Jonathan King born 1944 Pop impresario and sex offender
    HRH The Prince of Wales born 1948
    Antony Gormley born 1950 Sculptor, best known for Angel of the North 1968-71

    and the nobel prize winners from Trin

    the first set are nobel prize winners from trin

    1904 Lord Rayleigh (Physics)
    1906 J. J. Thomson (Physics)
    1908 Lord Rutherford (Chemistry)
    1915 William Bragg (Physics)
    1915 Lawrence Bragg (Physics)
    1917 Charles Glover Barkla (Physics)
    1922 Niels Bohr (Physics)
    1922 Francis Aston (Chemistry)
    1922 Archibald V. Hill (Physiology or Medicine)
    1925 Sir Austen Chamberlain (Peace)
    1928 Owen Willans Richardson (Physics)
    1929 Sir Frederick Hopkins (Physiology or Medicine)
    1932 Edgar Douglas Adrian (Physiology or Medicine)
    1936 Sir Henry Dale (Physiology or Medicine)
    1937 George Paget Thomson (Physics)
    1950 Bertrand Russell (Literature)
    1951 Ernest Walton (Physics)
    1952 Richard Synge (Chemistry)
    1962 John Kendrew (Chemistry)
    1963 Alan Lloyd Hodgkin (Physiology or Medicine)
    1963 Andrew Huxley (Physiology or Medicine)
    1973 Brian David Josephson (Physics)
    1974 Martin Ryle (Physics)
    1977 James Meade (Economic Sciences)
    1978 Pyotr Kapitsa (Physics)
    1980 Walter Gilbert (Chemistry)
    1982 Aaron Klug (Chemistry)
    1983 Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar (Physics)
    1996 James Mirrlees (Economic Sciences)
    1998 John Pople (Chemistry)
    1998 Amartya Sen (Economics)
    [edit]Notable alumni

    Tit hall

    Hans Blix, former UN Chief Weapons Inspector
    Norman Fowler
    Stephen Hawking (post-grad), physicist
    Robert Herrick, poet
    Matt Holness, aka Perrier Comedy Award-winning Garth_Marenghi
    Geoffrey Howe, former MP and Chancellor of the Exchequer
    Admiral Howard
    Nicholas Hytner, theatre and film director
    Donald Maclean, Soviet spy
    Andrew Marr, BBC Political Editor
    Khwaja Nazimuddin, Pakistan's second Prime Minister
    J.B. Priestley, writer
    Robert Runcie, former Archbishop of Canterbury
    David Sheppard
    Tony Slattery, comedian
    Ginnosuke Tanaka introduced rugby to Japan
    Terry Waite was a fellow of Trinity Hall
    Rachel Weisz, actress

    I am done lol

    Thomas Gray went to peterhouse and Pembroek?

    not my list... but maybe under at one and post at another?

    he was a fellow first of peter than pem... or so my source tells me

    (Original post by JHutcher)
    he was a fellow first of peter than pem... or so my source tells me
    in your lists for pem and pet.

    (Original post by Camford)
    in your lists for pem and pet.
    my list is alphabetical... but he was pet them pem
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