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Archdeacons of Oxford

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People educated at Cheney School

People educated at Magdalen College School, Oxford

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A. W. Lawrence

Adam Cook (cricketer)

Adam Franklin

Adam Hinshelwood

Adrian Berry, 4th Viscount Camrose

Adrian Bryan-Brown

Afifi al-Akiti

Alan Castell

Alan Holder

Alan Hopes

Albert Alexander

Alec Jeffreys

Alex Bowell

Alexander Hawkins

Alexandra Kitchin

Alf Haynes

Alice Freeman

Alice Powell

Alison Pargeter

Amanda Foreman (biographer)

Andrea Dennis

Andrew Caton

Annabelle Wallis

Anthony Wood

Arthur Cotton

Arthur Kerry

Arthur Mayo (VC)

Ashley Pullen

Austen Ivereigh

Barbara Thompson (musician)

Barbara Trapido

Barry Cordjohn

Basil Blackwell

Basil Thomson

Bee Wilson

Belinda Carroll

Ben Kelsey (strongman)

Benjamin Stebbings

Benjamin Thompson (cricketer)

Benjamin Whitrow

Benny Wenda

Bernard Paget

Bill Heine

Billy Beechers

Blythe Masters

Bobby Wilson (footballer, born 1944)

Bradley Smith (motorcyclist)

Brenda Rawnsley

Brian Cobby

Brian Deacon

Brian Jeffries

Bridget Allchin

Bulkeley Bandinel

C. D. B. Marsham

Camilla Long

Carola Oman

Caroline St John-Brooks

Caryl Micklem

Catherine Tucker

Charles Pourtales Golightly

Chris Allen (footballer, born 1972)

Chris Hackett

Claire Marshall

Cliff Holton

Clive Walker

Colin Dexter

Colin Greenwood

Conrad Wolfram

Craig Farley

Cressida Dick

Daniel Dalton (British politician)

Daniel Harding

Daniel Harris (Oxford)

Darryl Woods

David Benson

David Billington (footballer)

David Goode (sculptor)

David Hale (cricketer)

David Laitt

David Ligertwood

David Oyelowo

David Pountney

David Usher

Dee D. Jackson

Denis Cannan

Dennis Lock

Derek Pepperell

Dexter Blackstock

Dida of Eynsham

Dominic Cardy

Dominic Lash

Dominick Harrod

Domonique Foxworth

Dorothy L. Sayers

Douglas Savage

E. P. Thompson

Earl of Oxford

Earl of Oxford and Asquith

Ed O'Brien

Edith Forne

Edward Bracher

Edward Cunningham (cricketer)

Edward Hicks (bishop)

Edward Moore (English bishop)

Edward Stransham

Eleanor Glynn

Eliza Salmon

Elizabeth Spriggs

Emma B

Emma Watson

Eric Aldwinckle

Eric Deacon

Eric Kemp

Eric Odhiambo

Etheldreda Laing

Evelyn Jamison

Faith Martin

Falcon Stuart

Frances Houghton

Frances O'Grady

Francis Boswell

Francis Leigh (MP for Oxford)

Francis Trevelyan Buckland

Frank Bickerton

Frank Cooper (marmalade manufacturer)

Frank Gray (politician)

Frederick Cope

Frederick Valentine Atkinson

Frithuswith

Future Beat Alliance

Garath McCleary

Garry Parker

Gaz Coombes

Geoffrey Ford (cricketer)

Geoffrey of Monmouth

George F. Cotterill

George H. Plowman

George Major

George Munsey

George Napper

George Nichols (martyr)

George Thurland Prior

George Valentine Cox

Gilbert Cannan

Gladys Jennings

Gladys Mitchell

Godfrey Rolles Driver

Gozie Ugwu

Graham Savin

Gugu Mbatha-Raw

Guy Fithen

Guy Hibbert

H. Bricmore

H. Cooper Cliffe

Hannah England

Harriet Green

Harriet Hunt

Harry Barratt

Hatti Archer

Heather Angel (actress)

Henry Broadhurst

Henry Crozier Keating Plummer

Henry Huggins (cricketer)

Henry Jackson (clergyman)

Henry Marten (regicide)

Henry Mayr-Harting

Henry Taunt

Henry Wetherell

Herbert Prior

Herbert Webb

Hester Biddle

Hugh Laurie

Hugh Pearson

Hugo Brunner

Humphrey Searle

Humphry Bowen

Huw Jones (cricketer)

Huw Price

Ian Evans (cricketer)

Ian Macowat

Isis Pogson

J. B. S. Haldane

Jack Brooks (cricketer)

Jack King (footballer)

Jack Parsons (cricketer)

Jacob Bobart the Younger

Jacqueline du Pré

Jacqui Hawkins

Jake Gosling (footballer)

Jake Simpson

James Bandinel (civil servant)

James Clifford (musician)

James Huxley

James Lavelle

James Manger

James Rowe (footballer)

James Talboys Wheeler

Jamie Brooks (footballer)

Jamie Cook (footballer)

Jane Allsop

Jane Moore

Jane Morris

Jane Shaw

Jane Tranter

Jason Plato

Jay Osgerby

Jervoise Athelstane Baines

Jesse Elliston

Jim Falk

Jim Rosenthal

Jimmy Mullen (footballer, born 1947)

Joe Mitty

Joey Beauchamp

John Bannard

John Bush (cricketer)

John Carter (cricketer, born 1935)

John Cornforth

John Davis (academic)

John Day (Old Testament scholar)

John Goldar

John H. Buckeridge

John Howard Hinton

John Kendrew

John Landers

John Martin (cricketer, born 1941)

John Mylles

John Parsons (bishop)

John Piers

John Richard Green

John Sergeant (journalist)

John Shawe (died 1407)

John Shawe (died 1431)

John Sibthorp

John Talbut

John de Bohun, 5th Earl of Hereford

John, King of England

Jonathan Bowen

Jonny Greenwood

Jordan Obita

Jordan Tabor

Jorian Jenks

Joseph Frederick Whiteaves

Joseph Mawle

Joseph Swain (engraver)

Joseph Thornton

Josephine Barnes

Josh Griffin

Josh McEachran

Josh Ruffels

Joshua Smith (cricketer)

Josiah Pullen

Julian Richings

Julian Vereker

Julie Hilling

Kate Saffin

Katreeya English

Ken Ayres

Kenny Bingham

Lara Belmont

Larry Smith (musician)

Laura Greenhalgh

Lem Dobbs

Lenie Boya

Lennox Berkeley

Leonard Campbell Taylor

Leonard Cheshire

Lindsay Blackett

Lisa Armstrong (make-up artist)

Lord David Dundas

Lucy Gordon (actress)

Maggie Smith

Malcolm Bishop

Mara Yamauchi

Marcus Sharp

Marian Allen

Mark Crozer

Mark Druce

Mark Lester

Mark Salter (footballer)

Martin Halstead

Martin Keown

Martyn Layzell

Martyn Lloyd

Mary Jones (poet)

Matthew Carr (artist)

Maura Buchanan

Maureen Gardner

Max Scarr

Mayors of Oxford

Michael Angold

Michael Aris

Michael Balfour (historian)

Michael Berry Jr.

Michael Cox (New Zealand politician)

Michael Roberts (cricketer)

Mick Quinn

Mike Bartlett (playwright)

Miriam Margolyes

Mitzi Cunliffe

Nathan Douglas

Nathaniel Watkins

Nell Gwyn

Nevil Sidgwick

Neville Talbot

Nichola Simpson

Nicholas Bamforth

Nicholas Owen (Jesuit)

Nick Gevers

Nigel D'Oyly

Nik Turner

Noel Godfrey Chavasse

Norman Bowell

Olive Gibbs

Oliver Almond

Oliver Whitehead

Oliver Wrong

Orlando Gibbons

P. D. James

Patricia Hall (novelist)

Patrick Jobson

Patrick Mower

Patrick Woodroffe (lighting designer)

Paul Berry (footballer, born 1958)

Paul Gover

Paul Whittaker

Percy Alden

Percy Bell

Peter Bourne

Peter Diamond (illustrator)

Peter Hebblethwaite

Peter Hoskin

Peter Laslett

Peter M. Neumann

Peter Smith (cricketer, born 1944)

Phil Harding (archaeologist)

Philip Doyne

Philip Toynbee

Pico Iyer

Piers Anthony

Priscilla Napier

Rachel Seiffert

Ralph Henry Carless Davis

Ran Laurie

Raphael Selbourne

Ray Harrison Graham

Raymond Blanc

Reginald Edward Stubbs

Rex Adams (footballer)

Richard Croke (MP)

Richard Doyle (author)

Richard Finn

Richard I of England

Richard Lee (footballer)

Richard Livingstone

Richard Sorabji

Richard Stott

Richard Symonds (academic)

Rob Coombes

Rob Harris (referee)

Rob Leslie-Carter

Robert D'Oyly

Robert D'Oyly (Osney)

Robert Johnson (civil servant)

Robert William Douglas Willoughby

Robin Milford

Roger Busby

Roger Hodgson

Ronald Guy

Ronald Poulton-Palmer

Ronnie Barker

Rory Jennings (rugby union)

Rosamond Davenport Hill

Rosemary Murray

S. E. Cottam

Sam Willetts

Sandy Green (mathematician)

Sarah Acland

Sarah Angelina Acland

Sarah Cooper

Sarah Loosemore

Sebastian de Souza

Shahbaz Ali

Shaista Aziz

Shane Higgs

Sharon Bowles

Shaun Wylie

Sholto Douglas, 1st Baron Douglas of Kirtleside

Shona Thorburn

Simon Bailey (priest)

Simon Burnett

Simon Cawkwell

Simon Gillett

Simon King (footballer)

Simon King (musician)

Simon LeVay

Simon Porter

Sir George Young, 6th Baronet

Sonia Seymour Mikich

Sophie Sumner

Sophie, Countess of Wessex

Stephen Hawking

Stephen Phillips

Stephen Tall (politician)

Stewart Laudat

Stuart Hole

Tarrant Anderson

Tavi Murray

Terry Marcel

Thea Gilmore

Theo James

Theo Lewis

Theoderic Rood

Theophilus Carter

Thomas Allen (scholar)

Thomas Broughton (divine)

Thomas Caius

Thomas Coleman

Thomas Cooper (bishop)

Thomas Edward Collcutt

Thomas Glazier

Thomas Godfrey Faussett

Thomas Harriot

Thomas Parkinson (painter)

Thomas Wykes (chronicler)

Tim Soutar

Ting-Ting Hu

Toby MacFarlaine

Toby Sebastian

Tom Cooper (rugby union)

Tom Hingley

Tom Hollander

Toni Arthur

Tony Harper

Tristram Cary

Valerie Petts

Venetia Burney

Venn Pilcher

Vernon White (theologian)

Vic Mobley

Vicky Jewson

Vincent Matthews (footballer)

Walter Swinburn

Wilfrid Kendall

Will Dobson

William Betts (chaplain)

William Boxall

William Buckland (architect)

William Chillingworth

William Davenant

William Francis Barry

William Hayter (diplomat)

William Huddesford

William Levett (Dean of Bristol)

William Lucy (Oxford)

William Perry (cricketer)

William Piers

William Weston (engineer)

William de Brailes

Winifred Nicholson

Yannis Philippakis

Yasmin Le Bon

Æbbe of Oxford

   

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Oxford Mail

Oxford Mail
Wed, 24 Jun 2015 03:07:30 -0700

THE closure of the Ampleforth Arms in Risinghurst is an opportunity to look at the options for its future use. As local councillors we support the initiative shown by the local community to pursue the option of seeking community asset status which will ...

Oxford Mail

Oxford Mail
Fri, 24 Apr 2015 03:43:01 -0700

Four people from Oxford were arrested, along with two people from London and one person of no fixed address. A 28-year-old woman and two men, aged 28 and 38, were arrested on suspicion of being concerned in the supply of Class A drugs. The woman ...

Oxford Mail

Oxford Mail
Tue, 03 Mar 2015 02:03:12 -0800

I HAVE just come back from Washington DC with my colleague Alison Honour and former Health and Life Sciences student Ben Wilkins. We have been to the Ashoka Exchange, the largest global gathering for universities supporting social enterprise.

Oxford Mail

Oxford Mail
Tue, 26 May 2015 22:26:15 -0700

CAMPAIGNERS have vowed to make sure children and homeless people in Oxfordshire are still provided for despite county council warnings over further cuts. The director of The Porch Steppin' Stone Centre said cuts to homeless service support funding ...
 
Oxford Mail
Wed, 10 Dec 2014 22:07:21 -0800

First published Wednesday 10 December 2014 in News · Oxford Mail: Photograph of the Author by Naomi Herring, Reporter covering Bicester. Call me on 01865 425427. A TEENAGER'S campaign to help the homeless has been welcomed by a charity which ...

Oxford Mail

Oxford Mail
Wed, 27 May 2015 03:54:35 -0700

David Cameron has set out a packed agenda for the next 12 months in the first Conservative-only Queen's Speech for almost 20 years, with Bills to pave the way for an EU referendum, devolve powers to the nations and regions of the UK, and ban rises in ...

Oxford Mail

Oxford Mail
Tue, 21 Oct 2014 22:09:00 -0700

Last updated 02:01 Thursday 23 October 2014 Oxford Mail: Photograph of the Author by Damian Fantato, Council Reporter, also covering Oxford city centre. Call me on 01865 425429. PUPILS have told school bosses that sex education in Oxfordshire is “not ...

Oxford Mail

Oxford Mail
Mon, 27 Oct 2014 10:14:14 -0700

THE closure of Oxford's last public slipper baths in 1978 brought to an end a 120-year public service that had started with a bang. Before the middle of the 19th century, the rich had servants to stagger upstairs to fill their baths with cans of hot ...
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