Oxford DNB linking to external resources May 2016

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Oxford DNB linking to external resources

May 2016

The May 2016 update of the Oxford DNB adds links from Dictionary articles to online biographical

resources provided by the following institutions:

1. English Heritage Blue Plaques

2. Poetry Archive, archive recordings of poets reading aloud their work

3. BBC archive film footage

4. BBC archive radio recordings

5. British Library, ‘Discovering Literature’

6. Westminster Abbey, poets’ corner

7. Westminster Abbey, other burials and monuments

8. Queen Victoria’s Journals

1. Blue Plaques, English Heritage—links from 850 ODNB biographies,

including:

Harold Abrahams

Thomas Arne

Matthew Arnold

Herbert Asquith

Nancy Astor

Clement Attlee

Robert Paden-Powell

Walter Bagehot

John Logie Baird

Stanley Baldwin

Thomas Barnardo

Henrietta Barnett

Elizabeth Barrett Browning

James Barrie

Joseph Bazalgette

Aubrey Beardsley

Harry Beck

Hilaire Belloc

Hector Berlioz

Annie Besant

John Betjeman

Nye Bevan

William Blake

Enid Blyton

Elizabeth Bowen

Winifred Holtby

Vera Brittain

Benjamin Britten

Ford Madox Ford

Lancelot Brown

Isambard Kingdom Brunel

Fanny Burney

Giovanni Canal

Cato Street Conspirators

Edith Cavell

Ernst Chain

Neville Chamberlain

Raymond Chandler

Tobias Smollett

Agatha Christie

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Winston Churchill

William Wilberforce

Wells Coates

Wilkie Collins

Ivy Compton-Burnett

Charles Darwin

Francisco de Miranda

Thomas de Quincey

Daniel Defoe

Frederic Delius

Charles Dickens

Benjamin Disraeli

Edward Elgar

George Eliot

TS Eliot

Friedrich Engels

Michael Faraday

Millicent Garrett Fawcett

Ian Fleming

Alexander Fleming

EM Forster

Benjamin Franklin

Rosalind Franklin

Sigmund Freud

Mahatma Gandhi

Elizabeth Garrett Anderson

Elizabeth Gaskell

William Gladstone

WG Grace

Graham Greene

Joyce Grenfell

Joseph Grimaldi

Radclyffe Hall

Thomas Hardy

William Hazlitt

Ambrose Heal

Jimi Hendrix

Octavia Hill

Rowland Hill

Alfred Hitchcock

Luke Howard

Aldous Huxley

Henry James

Humphrey Jennings

Jerome K Jerome

Arthur Conan Doyle

John Constable

Learie Constantine

Noel Coward

Thomas Daniel

Mohammed Jinnah

Amy Johnson

Celia Johnson

Samuel Johnson

James Joyce

John Keats

John Maynard Keynes

Rudyard Kipling

Melanie Klein

Peter Kropotkin

Lillie Langtry

D.H. Lawrence

TE Lawrence

Edward Lear

Vivien Leigh

John Lennon

Louis MacNeice

Katherine Mansfield

Guilielmo Marconi

Eleanor Marx

Karl Marx

Nellie Melba

Felix Mendelssohn

John Stuart Mill

John Everett Millais

Lee Miller

A.A. Milne

Henry Moore

Ottoline Morrell

Horatio Nelson

Isaac Newton

Vita Sackville west

George Orwell

Emmeline Pankhurst

Sylvia Pankhurst

Mervyn Peake

Samuel Pepys

Nikolaus Pevsner

Frank Pick

Sylvia Plath

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J.B. Priestley

Eleanor Rathbone

Eric Ravilious

William Morris

Joshua Reynolds

Jean Rhys

Paul Robeson

William Heath Robinson

Sax Rohmer

Isaac Rosenberg

Christina Rossetti

Dante Gabriel Rossetti

John Ruskin

Dorothy L Sayers

Robert Falcon Scott

George Gilbert Scott

Giles Gilbert Scott

Mary Seacole

George Bernard Shaw

Mary Shelley

Percy Bysshe Shelley

Walter Sickert

Duleep Singh

Edith Sitwell

Stevie Smith

Leslie Stephen

Bram Stoker

Marie Stopes

Lytton Strachey

Violet Szabo

Rabindranath Tagore

AJP Taylor

Ellen Terry

Dylan Thomas

Alan Turing

Marie Tussaud

Ralph Vaughan Williams

William Walton

Evelyn Waugh

Chaim Weizmann

Henry Wellcome

H.G. Wells

John Wesley

William Wilberforce

Oscar Wilde

Kenneth Williams

P.G. Wodehouse

Virginia Woolf

Christopher Wren

W.B. Yeats

2. Poetry Archive, archive voice recordings

Dannie Abse

W.H. Auden

Pat Beer

Hillaire Belloc

John Betjeman

Edmund Blunden

George Mackay Brown

Basil Bunting

Charles Causley

Austin Clarke

Roald Dahl

C. Day Lewis

Walter de la Mare

T.S. Eliot

D.J. Enright

Gavin Ewart

Ursula Fanthorpe

David Gascoyne

W.S. Graham

Robert Graves

Thom Gunn

F.W. Harvey

John Heath Stubbs

Adrian Henri

Ted Hughes

Mick Imlah

Elizabeth Jennings

Patrick Kavanagh

Philip Larkin

Laurie Lee

Christopher Logue

Hugh MacDiarmid

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Louis MacNeice

E.A. Markham

Spike Milligan

Adrian Mitchell

Edwin Morgan

Norman Nicholson

Harold Pinter

Ruth Pitter

Sylvia Plath

Peter Porter

Ezra Pound

Kathleen Raine

Edgell Rickword

Siegfried Sassoon

Vernon Scannell

C. H. Sisson

Edith Sitwell

Stephen Spender

Stevie Smith

R. S. Thomas

Dylan Thomas

Sylvia Townsend Warner

Alfred Tennyson

3. BBC archive film footage

Aldous Huxley

Andrew Huxley

John Betjeman

Anthony Burgess

Barbara Hepworth

Beryl Bainbridge

Christopher Isherwood

Daphne Du Maurier

Diana Mosley

Elizabeth Frink

EM Forster

Ernest Walton

Henry Moore

Henry Moore

Hew Wheldon

J. G. Ballard

J.R.R. Tolkien

Jacob Epstein

John Fowles

John Martin

4. BBC archive radio recordings

Agatha Christie

Angela Carter

Anthony Eden

Brian Epstein

John Wolfenden

John Wyndham

Justin Fashanu

Keith Waterhouse

Kingsley Amis

Lawrence Durrell

Ludovic Kennedy

Malcolm Muggeridge

Norman St John Stevas

Patrick Moore

P.G. Wodehouse

Rebecca West

Robert Graves

Simon Raven

Somerset Maugham

Sutton Hoo burial

T.H. White

Viscount Alanbrooke

William Golding

Edward VIII, duke of Windsor

Eleanor Higginson

Elizabeth Bowen

Enid Blyton

Ginger Lacey

H.G. Wells

Harold MacMillan

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Ian Fleming

J. B. Priestley

John Snagge

Leo Abse

Lord Beaverbrook

Lord Haw Haw

Max Malloran

Muriel Matters

Neville Chamberlain

Nye Bevan

Raymond Chandler

Stafford Cripps

Sylvia Pankhurst

Tom Driberg

Wallis Windsor, duchess of Windsor

Walter Monkton

William Beveridge

Winston Churchill

5. British Library, ‘Discovering Literature’

Jane Austen

William Blake

Charlotte Bronte

Emily Bronte

Elizabeth Barrett Browning

Robert Burns

George Byron

Lewis Carroll

Samuel Taylor Coleridge

John Keats

George Eliot

Elizabeth Gaskell

Thomas Hardy

Charles Dickens

Christina Rossetti

Percy Bysshe Shelley

Mary Shelley

Robert Louis Stevenson

Alfred Tennyson

William Wordsworth

H.G. Wells

Oscar Wilde

Anthony Trollope

6. Westminster Abbey, poets’ corner

Addison, Joseph

Aldington, (Edward Godfree) Richard

Anstey, Christopher

Arnold, Matthew

Arnold, Thomas

Ashcroft, Peggy

Atkyns, Edward

Atkyns, Robert

Auden, WH

Austen, Jane

Beaumont, Francis

Beaumont, John

Benson, William

Betjeman, John

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Blake, William

Blunden, Edmund

Binyon, Laurence

Booth, Barton

Bronte, Anne

Bronte, Charlotte

Bronte, Emily

Brooke, Rupert

Browning, Elizabeth Barrett

Browning, Robert

Burney, Charles

Burney, Frances

Burns, Robert

Butler, Samuel

Byron, George

Caedmon

Camden, William

Campbell, John, second duke of Argyll

Campbell, Thomas

Carroll, Lewis

Cary, Henry Francis

Chaucer, Geoffrey

Clare, John

Coleridge, Samuel Taylor

Cowley, Abraham

Cumberland, Richard

Davenant, William

Denham, John

Dickens, Charles

Drayton, Michael

Dryden, John

Eliot, TS

Evans, Mary Ann

Fox, Adam

Garrick, David

Gaskell, Elizabeth

Gay, John

Gibson, Wilfrid William

Goldsmith, Oliver

Gordon, Adam Lindsay

Graves, Robert

Gray, Thomas

Grenfell, Julian

Gurney, Ivor

Handel, George

Hardy, Thomas

Herrick, Richard

Hopkins, Gerard Manley

Housman, AE

Hubbard, Edward

Hughes, Ted

Irving, Henry

James, Henry

Johnson, Samuel

Jones, David

Jonson, Ben

Keats John

Keble, John

Kingsley, Charles

Kipling, Rudyard

Lawrence, DH

Lear, Edward

Lewis, CS

Lind, Jenny

Macaulay, Thomas

Marlowe, Christopher

Masefield, John

Mason, William

Maurice, Frederick Denison

Milton, John

Moray, Robert

Murray, Gilbert

Nichols, Robert

Owen, Wilfred

Philips, John

Pope, Alexander

Prior, Matthew

Read, Herbert

Reith, John

Roberts, John

Rogers, Nathaniel

Rosenberg Isaac

Rowe, Nicholas

Ruskin, John

Sassoon, Siegfried

Scott, Walter

Shadwell, Thomas

Shakespeare, William

Shelley, Percy B

Sorley, Charles

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Southey, Robert

Spenser, Edmund

St Denis, Charles de

Stapylton, Robert

Tennyson, Alfred

Thackeray, William

Thirlwall, Connop

Thomas, Dylan

Thomas, Edward

Thomson, James

Triplet, Thomas

Trollope, Anthony

Wilde, Oscar

Wordsworth, William

7. Westminster Abbey, other burials and monuments

Abbot, Charles, first Baron Colchester (1757–1829), speaker of the House of Commons

Abbott, Eric Symes (1906–1983), dean of Westminster

Adam, Robert (1728–1792), architect

Agar, Charles, first earl of Normanton (1736–1809), Church of Ireland archbishop of Dublin

Agard, Arthur (1535/6–1615), archivist and antiquary

Aglionby, William (1641–1705), diplomat and writer on art

Allenby, Edmund Henry Hynman, first Viscount Allenby of Megiddo (1861–1936), army officer

Amelia [Emily], Princess (1711–1786), daughter of George II

André, John (1750–1780), army officer and spy

Anne (1665–1714), queen of Great Britain and Ireland

Anne [Anna, Anne of Denmark] (1574–1619), queen of England, Scotland, and Ireland,

consort of James VI and I

Anne [Anne of Bohemia] (1366–1394), queen of England, first consort of Richard II

Anne [Anne of Cleves] (1515–1557), queen of England, fourth consort of Henry VIII

Anne [née Anne Hyde], duchess of York (1637–1671), first wife of James II

Anne [née Anne Neville] (1456–1485), queen of England, consort of Richard III

Apsley, Sir Allen (1616–1683), royalist army officer and politician

Arnold, Samuel (1740–1802), composer

Aspinwall, Edward (1678–1732), religious controversialist

Atterbury, Francis (1663–1732), bishop of Rochester, politician, and Jacobite conspirator

Attlee, Clement Richard, first Earl Attlee (1883–1967), prime minister

Augusta [Princess Augusta of Saxe-Gotha], princess of Wales (1719–1772), consort of

Frederick Lewis, prince of Wales

Ayrton, Edmund (1734–1808), composer and musician

Ayton, Sir Robert (1570–1638), poet and courtier

Baker, John (1660–1716), naval officer and politician

Baker, Sir Herbert (1862–1946), architect and author

Baltzar, Thomas (c.1630–1663), violinist

Barking, Richard of (d. 1246), abbot of Westminster and royal councillor

Barnard, William (1696/7–1768), Church of Ireland bishop of Derry

Barrow, Isaac (1630–1677), mathematician and theologian

Barry [née Street; other married names Dancer, Crawford], Ann [Anne] (bap. 1733, d. 1801),

actress

Barry, Sir Charles (1795–1860), architect

Barry, Spranger (bap. 1717, d. 1777), actor and impresario

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Bartleman, James (1769–1821), singer

Beauclerk, Charles, first duke of St Albans (1670–1726), army officer

Beaufort, Margaret [known as Lady Margaret Beaufort], countess of Richmond and Derby

(1443–1509), royal matriarch

Beaumont, Sir John, first baronet (c.1584–1627), poet

Behn, Aphra [Aphara] (1640?–1689), writer

Belasyse, Sir Henry (1648–1717), army officer

Bell, Andrew (1753–1832), Church of England clergyman and educationist

Bell, William (1731–1816), Church of England clergyman and benefactor

Bennett, Sir William Sterndale (1816–1875), composer

Benson [name in religion Boston], William (d. 1549), abbot then dean of Westminster

Benson, Robert, Baron Bingley (bap. 1676, d. 1731), politician

Bentinck, Hans Willem [William], first earl of Portland (1649–1709), diplomat and politician

Berkeley, Charles, earl of Falmouth (bap. 1630, d. 1665), courtier

Berkeley, Sir William (1639–1666), naval officer

Betterton [née Saunderson], Mary (c.1637–1712), actress and acting teacher

Betterton, Thomas (bap. 1635, d. 1710), actor and theatre manager

Bevin, Ernest (1881–1951), trade unionist and politician

Bill, William (d. 1561), dean of Westminster

Bilson, Thomas (1546/7–1616), bishop of Winchester

Bingham, Sir Richard (1527/8–1599), soldier and president of Connacht

Birch, Peter (1651/2–1710), Church of England clergyman

Blagrave, Thomas (d. 1688), musician

Blake, Robert (bap. 1598, d. 1657), naval and army officer

Blakeney, William, Baron Blakeney (1671/2–1761), army officer

Blount, Charles, eighth Baron Mountjoy and earl of Devonshire (1563–1606), soldier and

administrator

Blow, John (1648?–1708), musician and composer

Bond, Denis (1588–1658), merchant and politician

Boulter, Hugh (1672–1742), Church of Ireland archbishop of Armagh

Bowes, Mary Eleanor, countess of Strathmore and Kinghorne (1749–1800), heiress and victim

of kidnapping

Boyle, Charles, fourth earl of Orrery (1674–1731), politician and Jacobite conspirator

Bracegirdle, Anne (bap. 1671, d. 1748), actress and singer

Bradford, Samuel (1652–1731), bishop of Rochester

Bradley, George Granville (1821–1903), dean of Westminster and schoolmaster

Bradshaw, John, Lord Bradshaw (bap. 1602, d. 1659), lawyer, politician, and regicide

Brocas, Sir Bernard (c.1330–1395), soldier and administrator

Bromley, Sir Thomas (c.1530–1587), lord chancellor

Broughton, John (c.1703–1789), pugilist

Brown, Thomas (bap. 1663, d. 1704), writer

Browne, Thomas (c.1535–1585), Church of England clergyman and headmaster

Buchan, Alexander Peter (bap. 1764, d. 1824), physician

Buchan, William (1729–1805), physician and author

Burgh, Sir John (1561/2–1594), soldier

Burgoyne, John (1723–1792), army officer, politician, and playwright

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Burland, Sir John (1724–1776), judge

Burnaby, William (1673–1706), playwright and translator

Busby, Richard (1606–1695), schoolmaster

Bushell, Thomas (b. before 1600, d. 1674), mining entrepreneur and mint-master

Butler [née Preston], Elizabeth, duchess of Ormond and suo jure Lady Dingwall (1615–1684),

noblewoman

Butler, James, first duke of Ormond (1610–1688), lord lieutenant of Ireland

Butler, James, second duke of Ormond (1665–1745), army officer, politician, and Jacobite

conspirator

Butler, Richard, first earl of Arran (1639–1686), army officer

Butler, Thomas, sixth earl of Ossory (1634–1680), politician and naval officer

Cadogan, William, Earl Cadogan (1671/2–1726), army officer and diplomat

Campbell [formerly Macliver], Colin, Baron Clyde (1792–1863), army officer

Campbell, Colen, of Boghole and Urchany (1676–1729), architect

Campbell, John, second duke of Argyll and duke of Greenwich (1680–1743), army officer and

politician

Campbell, Sir Archibald (1739–1791), army officer and colonial governor

Campbell, Sir James, baronet (1763–1819), army officer

Canning, Charles John, Earl Canning (1812–1862), governor-general and first viceroy of India

Canning, George (1770–1827), prime minister and parodist

Cannon, Robert (1663–1722), dean of Lincoln

Carey [Carew], Elizabeth, Lady Hunsdon [née Elizabeth Spencer; other married name

Elizabeth Eure, Lady Eure] (1552–1618), literary patron

Carey, George, second Baron Hunsdon (1548–1603), courtier found in Carey, Henry, first

Baron Hunsdon (1526–1596), courtier and administrator

Carey, Henry, first Baron Hunsdon (1526–1596), courtier and administrator

Carleton, Dudley, Viscount Dorchester (1574–1632), diplomat and letter writer

Caroline [Princess Caroline of Brandenburg-Ansbach] (1683–1737), queen of Great Britain and

Ireland, and electress of Hanover, consort of George II

Caroline Elizabeth, Princess (1713–1757), daughter of George II found in Amelia [Emily],

Princess (1711–1786), daughter of George II

Carpenter, William Boyd (1841–1918), bishop of Ripon

Carteret, John, second Earl Granville (1690–1763), politician

Cary [Carey], Anthony, fifth Viscount Falkland (1656–1694), Admiralty official

Casaubon, Isaac (1559–1614), classical scholar and ecclesiastical historian

Catherine [Catherine of Valois] (1401–1437), queen of England, consort of Henry V

Cavendish [née Lucas], Margaret, duchess of Newcastle upon Tyne (1623?–1673), writer

Cavendish, William, first duke of Newcastle upon Tyne (bap. 1593, d. 1676), writer, patron,

and royalist army officer

Cecil [née Cooke], Mildred, Lady Burghley (1526–1589), noblewoman and scholar

Cecil, Thomas, first earl of Exeter (1542–1623), courtier and soldier

Chamberlain, (Arthur) Neville (1869–1940), prime minister

Chambers, Ephraim (1680?–1740), encyclopaedist

Chambers, Sir William (1722–1796), architect

Charles II (1630–1685), king of England, Scotland, and Ireland

Chiffinch [Cheffin], Thomas (1600–1666), courtier and royal official

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Church, John (1674/5–1741), singer and composer

Churchill [married name Godfrey], Arabella (1649–1730), mistress of King James II

Churchill, George (bap. 1654, d. 1710), naval officer

Churchill, John, first duke of Marlborough (1650–1722), army officer and politician

Cibber [née Arne], Susannah Maria (1714–1766), actress and singer

Clarke, Alured (1696–1742), Church of England clergyman and benefactor

Claypole [Cleypole, Claypoole; née Cromwell], Elizabeth (bap. 1629, d. 1658), daughter of

Oliver Cromwell

Clementi, Muzio (1752–1832), composer, pianist, and teacher

Cochrane, Thomas, tenth earl of Dundonald (1775–1860), naval officer

Cockburn, William (1669–1739), physician

Coke [née Campbell], Lady Mary (1727–1811), letter writer and noblewoman

Colchester, William (d. 1420), abbot of Westminster

Cole, William (1753–1806), Church of England clergyman

Comper, Sir (John) Ninian (1864–1960), architect

Conduitt, John (1688–1737), politician

Congreve, William (1670–1729), playwright and poet

Constable, Sir William, baronet (bap. 1590, d. 1655), parliamentarian army officer and

regicide

Cooke, Benjamin (1734–1793), organist and composer

Cooke, Robert (1768–1814), organist and composer

Cornwall [formerly Cornewall], Charles (bap. 1669, d. 1718), naval officer

Cottington, Francis, first Baron Cottington (1579?–1652), diplomat and politician

Courtenay, Richard (c.1381–1415), bishop of Norwich

Coutts, Angela Georgina Burdett-, suo jure Baroness Burdett-Coutts (1814–1906),

philanthropist

Cracherode, Clayton Mordaunt (1730–1799), collector of books and prints

Craggs, James, the younger (1686–1721), diplomatist and politician

Cranfield, Lionel, first earl of Middlesex (1575–1645), merchant, financier, and government

minister

Crispin, Gilbert (c.1045–1117/18), theologian and abbot of Westminster

Croft, Sir James (c.1518–1590), lord deputy of Ireland and conspirator

Croft, William (bap. 1678, d. 1727), organist and composer

Cromwell, Oliver (1599–1658), lord protector of England, Scotland, and Ireland

Croxley [Crokesley], Richard of (d. 1258), abbot of Westminster and royal councillor

Darwin, Charles Robert (1809–1882), naturalist, geologist, and originator of the theory of

natural selection

Daubeney, Giles, first Baron Daubeney (1451/2–1508), administrator, soldier, and diplomat

Deane, Richard (bap. 1610, d. 1653), army and naval officer and regicide

Dearmer, Percy (1867–1936), liturgist and historian of Christian worship

Delaval, Edward Hussey (bap. 1729, d. 1814), natural philosopher

Delaval, John Hussey, Baron Delaval (1728–1808), industrialist and politician

Delavall, Sir Ralph (d. 1707), naval officer

Devereux, Robert, third earl of Essex (1591–1646), parliamentarian army officer

Dillon, Wentworth, fourth earl of Roscommon (1637–1685), poet

Dodington, Bartholomew (1535/6–1595), Greek scholar

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Donaldson, Frederick Lewis (1860–1953), Church of England clergyman and Christian socialist

Dorislaus, Isaac (1595–1649), scholar and diplomat

Doughtie, John (1598?–1672), Church of England clergyman and religious writer

Douglas, Lady Margaret, countess of Lennox (1515–1578), noblewoman

Dowding, Hugh Caswall Tremenheere, first Baron Dowding (1882–1970), air force officer

Dudley, William (d. 1483), bishop of Durham

Duppa, Brian (1588–1662), bishop of Winchester

Dupuis, Thomas Sanders (1733–1796), musician

Edith [Eadgyth] (d. 1075), queen of England, consort of Edward the Confessor

Edmund [called Edmund Crouchback], first earl of Lancaster and first earl of Leicester (1245–

1296), prince

Edward [St Edward; known as Edward the Confessor] (1003x5–1066), king of England

Edward Augustus, Prince, duke of York and Albany (1739–1767)

Edward I (1239–1307), king of England and lord of Ireland, and duke of Aquitaine

Edward III (1312–1377), king of England and lord of Ireland, and duke of Aquitaine

Edward V (1470-1483), king of England and Ireland

Edward VI (1537–1553), king of England and Ireland

Eleanor [Eleanor of Castile] (1241–1290), queen of England, consort of Edward I

Elford, Richard (bap. 1677, d. 1714), singer and composer

Elizabeth [Elizabeth of York] (1466–1503), queen of England, consort of Henry VII

Elizabeth I (1533–1603), queen of England and Ireland

Elizabeth, Princess [Elizabeth Stuart] (1596–1662), queen of Bohemia and electress palatine,

consort of Frederick V

Elliot, Hugh (1752–1830), diplomat and adventurer

Ellis, Welbore, first Baron Mendip (1713–1802), politician

Fairborne, Sir Stafford (c.1666–1742), naval officer

Ferne, Henry (1602–1662), bishop of Chester and controversialist

Finch, Robert Poole (1724–1803), Church of England clergyman

Fitzcharles, Charles, earl of Plymouth (c.1657–1680), courtier and army officer

FitzRoy [formerly Palmer], Charles, second duke of Cleveland and first duke of Southampton

(1662–1730), landowner

FitzRoy [formerly Palmer], George, duke of Northumberland (1665–1716), courtier and army

officer

Flintoft, Luke (c.1680–1727), clergyman and composer

Foote, Samuel (bap. 1721, d. 1777), actor and playwright

Fox, Charles James (1749–1806), politician

Frederick Lewis, prince of Wales (1707–1751)

Freeman, John (1665/6–1736), singer

Freke, Elizabeth (1642–1714), autobiographer

Garrick [née Veigel], Eva Maria [performing name Violette] (1724–1822), dancer

Gates, Bernard (1686–1773), musician

Gee, Edward (bap. 1657, d. 1730), dean of Lincoln

George II (1683–1760), king of Great Britain and Ireland, and elector of Hanover

George, prince of Denmark and duke of Cumberland (1653–1708), consort of Queen Anne

Gerard, Charles, first earl of Macclesfield (c.1618–1694), royalist army officer

Gerard, Charles, second earl of Macclesfield (c.1659–1701), army officer, diplomat, and

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divorcee

Gibbons, Christopher (bap. 1615, d. 1676), organist and composer

Giffard [née Temple], Martha, Lady Giffard (1639–1722), letter writer

Gifford, William (1756–1826), satirist and editor

Gladstone [née Glynne], Catherine (1812–1900), philanthropist

Gladstone, William Ewart (1809–1898), prime minister and author

Godolphin [née Churchill], Henrietta [Harriet], suo jure duchess of Marlborough (1681–1733),

patron of the arts

Godolphin, Elizabeth (bap. 1663, d. 1726), benefactor

Godolphin, Sidney, first earl of Godolphin (1645–1712), politician

Goodenough, Samuel (1743–1827), bishop of Carlisle and botanist

Goodman, Gabriel (1528–1601), dean of Westminster

Goring, George, first earl of Norwich (1585–1663), courtier and diplomat

Graham, George (c.1673–1751), horologist and maker of scientific instruments

Grant, Edward (c.1546–1601), headmaster and author

Grattan, Henry (bap. 1746, d. 1820), politician

Greatorex, Thomas (1758–1831), organist and conductor

Grey [other married name Stokes], Frances [née Lady Frances Brandon], duchess of Suffolk

(1517–1559), noblewoman

Griffith, Piers (1568–1628), pirate

Grote, George (1794–1871), historian and politician

Guest, Joshua (1660–1747), army officer

Hakluyt, Richard (1552?–1616), geographer

Hamilton, James, sixth earl of Abercorn (c.1661–1734), soldier and politician

Handel, George Frideric (1685–1759), composer

Hardy, Sir Thomas (1666–1732), naval officer

Harley [née Holles], Henrietta Cavendish, countess of Oxford and Mortimer (1694–1755),

patron of architecture

Harley, Edward, second earl of Oxford and Mortimer (1689–1741), book collector and patron

of the arts

Hatton, Christopher, first Baron Hatton (bap. 1605, d. 1670), politician

Hawkins, Ernest (1802–1868), missionary society administrator

Hawkins, Sir John (1719–1789), music scholar and lawyer

Haywood, William (1599/1600–1663), Church of England clergyman

Heather, William (c.1563–1627), musician and benefactor

Henderson, John (bap. 1747, d. 1785), actor

Henry Frederick, prince of Wales (1594–1612)

Henry Frederick, Prince, duke of Cumberland and Strathearn (1745–1790)

Henry III (1207–1272), king of England and lord of Ireland, and duke of Aquitaine

Henry of Almain [Henry of Cornwall] (1235–1271), courtier

Henry V (1386–1422), king of England and lord of Ireland, and duke of Aquitaine

Henry VII (1457–1509), king of England and lord of Ireland

Henry, Prince, duke of Gloucester (1640–1660)

Herbert, Arthur, earl of Torrington (1648–1716), naval officer and politician

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Herbert, Edward, third Baron Herbert of Cherbury and third Baron Herbert of Castle Island

(1630–1678), found in Herbert, Edward, first Baron Herbert of Cherbury and first Baron

Herbert of Castle Island (1582?–1648), diplomat and philosopher

Herschel, Sir John Frederick William, first baronet (1792–1871), mathematician and

astronomer

Hervart, Esther d' [married name Esther de la Tour du Pin, marquise de Gouvernet in the

French nobility; known as Madame de Gouvernet] (c.1636–1722), noblewoman and refugee

Hervey, William, Baron Hervey of Kidbrooke and Baron Hervey of Ross (d. 1642), naval officer

Heylyn, John (1684/5–1759), theologian

Heylyn, Peter (1599–1662), Church of England clergyman and historian

Hickman, Charles (1648–1713), Church of Ireland bishop of Derry

Hill, Aaron (1685–1750), writer and entrepreneur

Hill, Sir Rowland (1795–1879), postal reformer and civil servant

Holland, Hugh (1563–1633), poet

Holles, John, duke of Newcastle upon Tyne (1662–1711), landowner and politician

Holles, Sir Frescheville (1642–1672), naval officer

Hooper, Edmund (c.1553–1621), organist and composer

Horneck, Anthony (1641–1697), Church of England clergyman

Howard, Sir Robert (1626–1698), playwright and politician

Howells, Herbert Norman (1892–1983), composer

Humfrey, Pelham (1647/8–1674), composer

Hunter, John (1728–1793), surgeon and anatomist

Hyde [née Leveson-Gower], Jane, countess of Clarendon and Rochester (c.1672–1725),

courtier

Hyde, Edward, first earl of Clarendon (1609–1674), politician and historian

Hyde, Edward, third earl of Clarendon (1661–1723), army officer and colonial governor

Hyde, Henry, second earl of Clarendon (1638–1709), politician

Hyde, Henry, Viscount Cornbury and fifth Baron Hyde of Hindon (1710–1753), politician

Hyde, Laurence, first earl of Rochester (bap. 1642, d. 1711), politician

Ibbot, Benjamin (1680–1725), Church of England clergyman

Ireland, John (1761–1842), dean of Westminster

Ireton, Henry (bap. 1611, d. 1651), parliamentarian army officer and regicide

Islip, John (1464–1532), abbot of Westminster

James VI and I (1566–1625), king of Scotland, England, and Ireland

Jebb, Sir Richard, first baronet (bap. 1729, d. 1787), physician

John [John of Eltham], earl of Cornwall (1316–1336), prince

Jones, Richard, earl of Ranelagh (1641–1712), politician

Kerr, William, second marquess of Lothian (bap. 1661, d. 1722), army officer and politician

Keys [née Grey], Lady Mary (1545?–1578), noblewoman

Kielmansegg, Sophia Charlotte von [formerly Countess Sophia Charlotte von Platen und

Hallermund], suo jure countess of Darlington and suo jure countess of Leinster (1675–1725),

courtier

Killigrew, Thomas (1612–1683), playwright and theatre manager

King, William (1663–1712), writer

Kirke, Percy (1683–1741), found in Kirke, Percy (d. 1691), army officer

Kirton, Edmund (d. 1466), abbot of Westminster

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Knipe, Thomas (1638/9–1711), headmaster

Knollys [née Carey], Katherine, Lady Knollys (c.1523–1569), courtier

Kynynmound, Gilbert Elliot Murray [formerly Gilbert Elliot], first earl of Minto (1751–1814),

governor-general of Bengal

Lambe, James (bap. 1599, d. 1664), oriental scholar

Lambert [Lambart], Oliver, first Baron Lambart of Cavan (c.1560–1618), soldier and

administrator

Langham, Simon (d. 1376), administrator, archbishop of Canterbury, and cardinal

Law, Andrew Bonar (1858–1923), businessman and prime minister

Lawes, Henry (bap. 1596, d. 1662), singer and composer

Lawrence (d. 1173), abbot of Westminster

Lawrence, John Laird Mair, first Baron Lawrence (1811–1879), viceroy of India

Le Courayer, Pierre-François (1681–1776), Roman Catholic priest and religious controversialist

Le Squyer, Scipio (1579–1659), record keeper and antiquary

Leake, John (1729–1792), man-midwife

Leith, Sir James (1763–1816), army officer

Lennox, Charles, first duke of Richmond, first duke of Lennox, and duke of Aubigny in the

French nobility (1672–1723), landowner

Lewis, Erasmus (1670–1754), government official

Ley, James, third earl of Marlborough (1618/19–1665), naval officer

Lindsay, Sir John (1737–1788), naval officer

Litlyngton [Litlington], Nicholas (b. before 1315, d. 1386), abbot of Westminster

Livingstone, David (1813–1873), explorer and missionary

Livingstone, Thomas, Viscount Teviot (c.1651–1711), army officer

Loe, William (d. 1645), Church of England clergyman

Long, Sir Robert, first baronet (c.1602–1673), politician and exchequer official

Longueville, William (1639–1721), lawyer

Lucas, Richard (1648/9–1715), Church of England clergyman

Lumley [née Cornwallis], Elizabeth, Viscountess Lumley of Waterford (c.1578–1658),

benefactor

Lyell, Sir Charles, first baronet (1797–1875), geologist

Lytton, Edward George Earle Lytton Bulwer [formerly Edward George Earle Lytton Bulwer],

first Baron Lytton (1803–1873), writer and politician

Mackenzie, Kenneth Augustus Muir, Baron Muir Mackenzie (1845–1930), civil servant and

politician

Mackworth, Humphrey (1603–1654), government official and politician

Macpherson, James (1736–1796), writer

Markham, William (bap. 1719, d. 1807), archbishop of York

Marsh, Charles (1735–1812), found in Marsh, Charles (c.1774–1835), barrister and politician

Marshall, Stephen (1594/5?–1655), Church of England clergyman

Martin, Jonathan (c.1705–1737), organist

Mary [Mary Stewart] (1542–1587), queen of Scots

Mary I (1516–1558), queen of England and Ireland

Mary II (1662–1694), queen of England, Scotland, and Ireland

Mary, princess royal (1631–1660), princess of Orange, consort of William II

Mason, Edmund (d. 1635), dean of Salisbury

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Matilda [Edith, Mold, Matilda of Scotland] (1080–1118), queen of England, first consort of

Henry I

Mauduit, William, eighth earl of Warwick (1221x3–1268), magnate

Mauleverer, Sir Richard, second baronet (bap. 1623, d. 1675), politician found in Mauleverer,

Sir Thomas, first baronet (bap. 1599, d. 1655), politician and regicide

Mauleverer, Sir Thomas, third baronet (c.1643–1687), politician and army officer

May, Sir Humphrey (1572/3–1630), politician and administrator

May, Thomas (b. in or after 1596, d. 1650), writer and historian

McKie, Sir William Neil (1901–1984), church musician

Methuen, John (1650–1706), diplomat

Methuen, Sir Paul (c.1672–1757), diplomat

Micklethwaite, John Thomas (1843–1906), architect and ecclesiologist

Millyng, Thomas (d. 1492), abbot of Westminster and bishop of Hereford

Monck [Monk], George, first duke of Albemarle (1608–1670), army officer and naval officer

Monck, Christopher, second duke of Albemarle (1653–1688), army officer and colonial

governor

Monck, Nicholas (c.1610–1661), bishop of Hereford

Monk, James Henry (1784–1856), bishop of Gloucester and Bristol and classical scholar

Montagu [Mountagu], Edward, first earl of Sandwich (1625–1672), army and naval officer and

diplomat

Montagu, Charles, earl of Halifax (1661–1715), politician

Moray, Sir Robert (1608/9?–1673), army officer and politician

Morris, Staats Long (1728–1800), army officer

Murray, David, seventh Viscount Stormont and second earl of Mansfield (1727–1796),

diplomatist and politician

Murray, William, first earl of Mansfield (1705–1793), judge and politician

Newton, Sir Isaac (1642–1727), natural philosopher and mathematician

Nicholson, Sir Sydney Hugo (1875–1947), founder of the Royal School of Church Music and

choral director

Norton [née Freke], Frances, Lady Norton (1644–1731), religious writer

Ogle, Sir John (bap. 1569, d. 1640), army officer

Oldfield, Anne (1683–1730), actress

Osbaldeston, Lambert (1594–1659), schoolmaster

Osborne, Dorothy [married name Dorothy Temple, Lady Temple] (1627–1695), letter writer

Oudart, Nicholas (d. 1681), government official

Outram, Sir James, first baronet (1803–1863), army officer in the East India Company

Owen, Thomas (d. 1598), judge

Owtram [Outram], William (bap. 1626, d. 1679), Church of England clergyman

Paget, Thomas Catesby, Lord Paget (1689–1742), politician found in Paget, Henry, first earl of

Uxbridge (c.1663–1743), politician and official in the royal household

Panton, Thomas (d. 1685), gambler and rake

Parr, Thomas [called Old Parr] (d. 1635), supposed centenarian

Parry, Sir Thomas (1544–1616), administrator

Parry, Sir Thomas (b. in or before 1515, d. 1560), administrator

Parsons, John (c.1575–1623), organist and composer

Pearson, John Loughborough (1817–1897), architect

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Peers, Sir Charles Reed (1868–1952), architect and archaeologist

Percy [formerly Smithson], Hugh, first duke of Northumberland (bap. 1712, d. 1786),

politician

Percy, Algernon George, sixth duke of Northumberland (1810–1899), landowner and

politician

Percy, Algernon, fourth duke of Northumberland (1792–1865), landowner and philanthropist

Percy, Elizabeth [née Lady Elizabeth Seymour], duchess of Northumberland and suo jure

Baroness Percy (1716–1776), courtier and diarist

Percy, Hugh, second duke of Northumberland (1742–1817), army officer and politician

Percy, Hugh, third duke of Northumberland (1785–1847), politician and landowner

Percy, Lord Henry Hugh Manvers (1817–1877), army officer

Perkins [Parkins], Sir Christopher (1542/3–1622), diplomat

Perrinchief, Richard (1620/21–1673), Church of England clergyman

Philippa [Philippa of Hainault] (1310x15?–1369), queen of England, consort of Edward III

Philipps, Richard (1661–1750), colonial governor

Pitt [née Grenville], Hester, countess of Chatham and suo jure Baroness Chatham (1720–

1803), political wife

Pitt, John, second earl of Chatham (1756–1835), army officer

Pitt, William [known as Pitt the younger] (1759–1806), prime minister

Pitt, William, first earl of Chatham [known as Pitt the elder] (1708–1778), prime minister

Plumer, Herbert Charles Onslow, first Viscount Plumer (1857–1932), army officer

Pollard, Sir Hugh, second baronet (1603–1666), royalist army officer and court official

Pollock, Sir George, first baronet (1786–1872), army officer

Pope [née Campion], Maria Ann [performing name Mrs Spencer] (1775–1803), actress

Pope [née Younge], Elizabeth (1739x45–1797), actress

Popham, Edward (c.1610–1651), naval and army officer

Price, Theodore (c.1570–1631), Church of England clergyman and reputed Roman Catholic

convert

Puckering, Sir John (1543/4–1596), administrator and speaker of the House of Commons

Pulteney [formerly Johnstone], (Henrietta) Laura, suo jure countess of Bath (1766–1808),

heiress

Pulteney [formerly Johnstone], Sir William, fifth baronet (1729–1805), politician and property

developer

Pulteney, Daniel (bap. 1682, d. 1731), politician

Pulteney, William, earl of Bath (1684–1764), politician

Purcell, Henry (1659–1695), organist and composer

Pym, John (1584–1643), politician

Radcliffe [née Sidney], Frances, countess of Sussex (1531?–1589), benefactor of Sidney Sussex

College, Cambridge

Ramsay, John, earl of Holdernesse (c.1580–1626), courtier

Rennell, James (1742–1830), cartographer

Richard II (1367–1400), king of England and lord of Ireland, and duke of Aquitaine

Richard, duke of York and duke of Norfolk (1473–1483), prince

Richardson, Sir Thomas (bap. 1569, d. 1635), judge

Robinson, Ann Turner (d. 1741), found in Robinson, John (1682–1762), organist

Robinson, John (1682–1762), organist

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Rupert, prince and count palatine of the Rhine and duke of Cumberland (1619–1682), royalist

army and naval officer

Ruthall, Thomas (d. 1523), bishop of Durham

Rutherford, Ernest, Baron Rutherford of Nelson (1871–1937), physicist

Ryle, Herbert Edward (1856–1925), dean of Westminster and biblical scholar

Ryley, William (d. 1667), herald and writer

Salomon, Johann Peter (bap. 1745, d. 1815), violinist and impresario

Salwey, Humphrey (c.1575–1652), politician and lawyer found in Salwey, Richard (bap. 1615,

d. 1686), politician

Sanderson, Sir William (1586–1676), historian

Saunders, Sir Charles (c.1713–1775), naval officer

Savile, George, first marquess of Halifax (1633–1695), politician and political writer

Schomberg, Meinhard, duke of Leinster and third duke of Schomberg (1641–1719), army

officer

Scott, Sir George Gilbert (1811–1878), architect

Seymour [née Alston; other married names Grimston; Hare], Sarah, duchess of Somerset

(1631–1692), benefactor

Seymour [née Stanhope], Anne, duchess of Somerset (c.1510–1587), noblewoman and

literary patron

Seymour [née Thynne], Frances, duchess of Somerset (1699–1754), poet and letter writer

Seymour, Algernon, seventh duke of Somerset (1684–1750), found in Seymour, Charles, sixth

duke of Somerset (1662–1748), politician

Seymour, Lady Jane (1541–1561), writer

Sheffield, John, first duke of Buckingham and Normanby (1647–1721), politician and author

Sheffield, Robert, marquess of Normanby (1711–1715), subject of a memorial effigy

Sheridan, Richard Brinsley (1751–1816), playwright and politician

Shield, William (bap. 1748/9, d. 1829), composer

Shovell, Sir Cloudesley (bap. 1650, d. 1707), naval officer

South, Robert (1634–1716), Church of England clergyman and theologian

Spelman, Sir Henry (1563/4–1641), historian and antiquary

Spottiswoode, John (1565–1639), archbishop of St Andrews and historian

Spottiswoode, William (1825–1883), mathematician and physicist

Spragge, Sir Edward (c.1629–1673), naval officer

Sprat, Thomas (bap. 1635, d. 1713), bishop of Rochester

Stanford, Sir Charles Villiers (1852–1924), composer

Stanley [née Bruce], Lady Augusta Elizabeth Frederica (1822–1876), courtier

Stanley, Arthur Penrhyn (1815–1881), dean of Westminster

Staunton, Sir George Leonard, first baronet (1737–1801), physician and diplomatist

Stephenson, Robert (1803–1859), railway and civil engineer

Stepney, George (1663–1707), diplomatist

Stewart, Robert, Viscount Castlereagh and second marquess of Londonderry (1769–1822),

politician

Stone, Andrew (1703–1773), politician and tutor

Stone, George (1708–1764), Church of Ireland archbishop of Armagh

Stradling, George (1620/21–1688), dean of Chichester

Street, George Edmund (1824–1881), architect and architectural theorist

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Strode, William (bap. 1594, d. 1645), politician

Strong, William (d. 1654), Independent minister

Strutt, John William, third Baron Rayleigh (1842–1919), experimental and mathematical

physicist

Stuart [married name Seymour], Lady Arabella [Arbella] (1575–1615), noblewoman and royal

kinswoman

Stuart [née Howard; married name Prannell], Frances, duchess of Lennox and Richmond

[other married name Frances Seymour, countess of Hertford] (1578–1639), noblewoman

Stuart [Stewart], Frances Teresa, duchess of Lennox and Richmond [called La Belle Stuart]

(1647–1702), courtier

Stuart [Stewart], Ludovick, second duke of Lennox and duke of Richmond (1574–1624),

courtier

Stuart, Charles, sixth duke of Lennox and third duke of Richmond (1639–1672), courtier and

ambassador

Stuart, Esmé, third duke of Lennox (1579?–1624), nobleman

Stuart, James, fourth duke of Lennox and first duke of Richmond (1612–1655), nobleman

Sutton, Christopher (c.1565–1629), Church of England clergyman and devotional writer

Telford, Thomas (1757–1834), civil engineer

Temple [née Lamb], Emily Mary [Amelia], Viscountess Palmerston (1787–1869), political

hostess

Temple, Henry John, third Viscount Palmerston (1784–1865), prime minister

Temple, Sir William, baronet (1628–1699), diplomat and author

Thomas [Thomas of Woodstock], duke of Gloucester (1355–1397), prince

Thomas, Freeman Freeman-, first marquess of Willingdon (1866–1941), governor-general of

Canada and viceroy of India

Thomson, Sir Joseph John (1856–1940), physicist

Thomson, William, Baron Kelvin (1824–1907), mathematician and physicist

Thorndike, Herbert (bap. 1597?, d. 1672), biblical scholar and theologian

Thynne, Thomas [nicknamed Tom of Ten Thousand] (1647/8–1682), landowner and murder

victim

Tompion, Thomas (bap. 1639, d. 1713), horologist and maker of scientific instruments

Townshend [née Campbell], Caroline, suo jure Baroness Greenwich (1717–1794), landowner

Townson, Robert (bap. 1576, d. 1621), bishop of Salisbury

Trench, Richard Chenevix (1807–1886), Church of Ireland archbishop of Dublin

Triplet [Triplett], Thomas (1603?–1670), philanthropist

Trussell, Sir William (fl. 1307–1346/7), administrator and landowner

Tucker, William (bap. 1622?, d. 1679), musician and composer

Turner, William (1651/2–1740), singer and composer

Twisse, William (1577/8–1646), theologian

Unknown Warrior, the [ the Unknown Soldier] (d. 1914?), an unidentified British soldier of the

First World War

Ussher, James (1581–1656), Church of Ireland archbishop of Armagh and scholar

Valence [Lusignan], William de, earl of Pembroke (d. 1296), magnate

Valence, Aymer de, eleventh earl of Pembroke (d. 1324), magnate

Vaughan, John, third earl of Carbery (bap. 1639, d. 1713), politician and colonial governor

Vaughan, Sir Thomas (d. 1483), courtier

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Vaughan, Thomas (1782–1843), singer

Vere [de Vere], Sir Francis (1560/61–1609), army officer and diplomat

Vere [née Cecil], Anne de, countess of Oxford (1556–1588), courtier

Vere, Aubrey de, twentieth earl of Oxford (1627–1703), nobleman

Vere, Henry de, eighteenth earl of Oxford (1593–1625), nobleman and soldier

Vere, Horace [Horatio], Baron Vere of Tilbury (1565–1635), army officer

Vertue, George (1684–1756), engraver and antiquary

Villiers [married name Stuart], Mary, duchess of Lennox and Richmond (1622–1685), courtier

Villiers [née Beaumont], Mary, suo jure countess of Buckingham (c.1570–1632), courtier

Villiers, Edward, first earl of Jersey (1655?–1711), politician

Villiers, George, first duke of Buckingham (1592–1628), royal favourite

Villiers, George, second duke of Buckingham (1628–1687), politician and wit

Vincent, William (1739–1815), dean of Westminster and classical scholar

Wade, George (1673–1748), army officer and road builder

Wager, Sir Charles (1666–1743), naval officer and politician

Waldby, Robert (c.1335–1397), archbishop of York

Waltham, John (d. 1395), administrator and bishop of Salisbury

Ward, Joshua (1684/5–1761), medical practitioner and inventor of medicines

Ware, Richard of (d. 1283), abbot of Westminster

Warren, John (1730–1800), bishop of Bangor

Webb [née Potter], (Martha) Beatrice (1858–1943), social reformer and diarist

Webb, Sidney James, Baron Passfield (1859–1947), social reformer and politician found in

Webb [née Potter], (Martha) Beatrice (1858–1943), social reformer and diarist

Welles, John, Viscount Welles (d. 1499), soldier and administrator found in Welles, Leo

[Lionel], sixth Baron Welles (c.1406–1461), soldier

Wentworth, Thomas, first Baron Wentworth (1501–1551), nobleman

Wetenhall, Edward (1636–1713), Church of Ireland bishop of Kilmore and Ardagh

Wharton, Henry (1664–1695), Church of England clergyman and historian

Wharton, Thomas, second Baron Wharton (1520–1572), soldier and administrator

Whitworth, Charles, Baron Whitworth (bap. 1675, d. 1725), diplomatist

Wilberforce, William (1759–1833), politician, philanthropist, and slavery abolitionist

Wilcocks, Joseph (1673–1756), bishop of Gloucester and dean of Westminster

Wilcocks, Joseph (1724–1791), antiquary and philanthropist found in Wilcocks, Joseph (1673–

1756), bishop of Gloucester and dean of Westminster

Willes, Edward (1694–1773), bishop of Bath and Wells and cryptanalyst

William Augustus, Prince, duke of Cumberland (1721–1765), army officer

William III and II (1650–1702), king of England, Scotland, and Ireland, and prince of Orange

William, Prince, duke of Gloucester (1689–1700)

Williams, Ralph Vaughan (1872–1958), composer and folk-song collector

Williams, Sir Charles Hanbury (1708–1759), writer and diplomatist

Williamson, Sir Joseph (1633–1701), government official

Willis, Thomas (1621–1675), physician and natural philosopher

Wills, Sir Charles (bap. 1666, d. 1741), army officer

Wilson, John (1595–1674), composer and musician

Wilson, Sir Robert Thomas (1777–1849), army officer and colonial governor

Withers, Henry (1650/51?–1729), army officer

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Woodward, John (1665/1668–1728), physician, natural historian, and antiquary

Worsley, Charles (1622–1656), parliamentarian army officer and major-general

Wright, Sir James, first baronet (1716–1785), colonial governor

Wyatt, James (1746–1813), architect

Wynne, Edward (bap. 1734, d. 1784), jurist

Wynne, William (bap. 1692, d. 1765), lawyer and author

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Aberdeen, George Hamilton-Gordon, Earl of Aberdeen (1784-1860)

Adelaide of Saxe-Meiningen, Queen Consort (1792-1849)

Adolphus, Duke of Cambridge (1774-1850)

Albani, Emma (1847-1930)

Albert Edward, Prince of Wales (1841-1910)

Albert Victor, Duke of Clarence and Avondale (1864-1892)

Albert, Prince Consort (1819-1861)

Alexandra, Princess of Denmark (1844-1925)

Alfred, Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha (1844-1900),

Alice of Albany, Princess (1883-1981)

Alice, Princess (1843-1878)

Alice, Princess of Battenberg (1885-1969)

Anderson, Lucy (1797-1878)

Arthur, Prince of Connaught (1883-1938)

Arthur, Prince, Duke of Connaught and Strathearn (1850-1942)

Atholl, Anne Murray, Duchess of Atholl (1814-1897)

Augusta Sophia, Princess (1768-1840)

Augustus Frederick, Duke of Sussex (1773-1843)

Beatrice, Princess (1857-1944)

Bell, Alexander Graham (1847-1922)

Biddulph, Thomas Myddelton, Sir (1809-1878)

Bigge, Arthur, Sir (1849-1931)

Boehm, Joseph, Sir (1834-1890)

Bowater, Edward, Sir (1787-1861)

Buccleuch, Charlotte Anne, Duchess of Buccleuch (1811-1895)

Buccleuch, Walter Montagu Douglas Scott, 5th Duke of Buccleuch, 7th Duke of Queensberry (1806-

1884)

Buckstone, John Baldwin (1802-1879)

Buller, Redvers Henry Buller, Sir (1839-1908)

Bulteel, Mary (1832-1916); later Lady Ponsonby

Bulwer-Lytton, Edward, 1st Baron Lytton (1803-1873)

Byron, George Gordon, Baron Byron (1788-1824)

Canning, Charlotte, Countess Canning (1817-1861)

Carlyle, Thomas (1795-1881)

Caroline, Queen (1768-1821)

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Cavendish, Caroline Fanny (1826-1910)

Cetewayo Kampande (1826=1884)

Charles Edward, Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha (1884-1954)

Charlotte, Queen (1744-1818)

Churchill, Randolph, Lord (1849-1895)

Clark, James, Sir (1788-1870)

Cole, Henry, Sir (1808-1882)

Conroy, John, Sir (1786-1854)

Cubitt, Thomas (1788-1855)

Cubitt, William, Sir (1785-1861)

Derby, Edward Smith-Stanley, Earl of Derby (1799-1869)

Dickens, Charles (1812-1870)

Dilke, Wentworth, Sir, 1st Baronet Dilke (1810-1869)

Disraeli, Benjamin, Earl of Beaconsfield (1804-1881)

Duleep Singh, Maharajah (1838-1893)

Edward VIII, King (1894-1972)

Edward, Duke of Kent (1767-1820)

Elssler, Fanny (1810-1884)

Ely, Jane Loftus, Marchioness of Ely (1821-1890)

Ernest Augustus, Duke of Cumberland and King of Hanover (1771-1851)

Eugénie, Empress of the French (1826-1920)

George III, King (1738-1820)

George IV, King (1762-1830)

George V, King (1865-1936)

George V, King of Hanover (1819-1878)

George VI, King (1895-1952)

George, Duke of Cambridge (1819-1904)

Gladstone, William Ewart (1809-1898)

Gordon, Charles George (1833-1885)

Grey, Charles, General (1804-1870)

Grisi, Giulia (1811-1869)

Hastings, Flora, Lady (1806-1839)

Hayter, George, Sir (1792-1871)

Helena Victoria, Princess of Schleswig-Holstein (1870-1948)

Helena, Princess (1846-1923)

Henry, Prince of Battenberg (1858-1896)

Hope, Henry Thomas (1808-1862)

Jenner, William, Sir (1815-1898)

John Campbell, Duke of Argyll (1845-1914)

Jordan, Dorothea (1761-1816)

Karim, Abdul (1863-1909)

Kean, Charles (1811-1868)

Kean, Ellen (1805-1880)

Keeley, Mary Anne (1805-1899)

Keeley, Robert (1793-1869)

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Kemble, Charles (1775-1854)

Kemble, Fanny (1809-1893)

Lablache, Luigi (1794-1858)

Labouchere, Henry, 1st Baron Taunton (1798-1869)

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Lansdowne, Henry Petty-Fitzmaurice, 3rd Marquess of Lansdowne (1780-1863)

Lehzen, Louise, Baroness (1784-1870)

Leitch, William Leighton (1804-1883)

Leopold I, King of the Belgians (1790-1865)

Leopold, Prince, Duke of Albany (1853-1884)

Liddell, Georgiana, Hon. (1822-1895); later Baroness Bloomfield

Lind, Jenny (1820-1887)

Lister, Harriet (1809-1884)

Louise, Princess, Duchess of Argyll (1848-1939)

Lyell, Charles, Sir (1797-1875)

Lyttelton, Lucy Caroline, Hon. (1841-1925)

Lyttelton, Sarah, Baroness Lyttelton (1787-1870)

Lytton, Edith, Countess of Lytton (1841-1936)

Macdonald, Flora (1822-1899)

MacKay, Angus (1813-1859)

Macready, William Charles (1793-1873)

Malibran, Maria (1808-1836)

Manchester, Louisa, Duchess of Manchester (1832-1911)

Margaret, Princess of Connaught (1882-1920)

Marie Louise of Schleswig-Holstein, Princess (1872-1956)

Marie-Amélie of Naples and Sicily, Queen of the French (1782-1866)

Mary Adelaide, Princess of Cambridge (1833-1897)

Mary, Duchess of Gloucester and Edinburgh (1776-1857)

Mary, Princess of Teck (1867-1953)

Mayne, Richard (1796-1868)

Melbourne, William Lamb, Viscount Melbourne (1779-1848)

Mendelssohn, Felix (1809-1847)

Murray, Amelia Matilda (1795-1884)

Nightingale, Florence (1820-1910)

O'Connell, Daniel (1775-1847)

Orléans, Louis Philippe, Count of Paris (1838-1894)

Palmerston, Emily Lamb, Viscountess, (1787-1869)

Palmerston, Henry John Temple, Viscount Palmerston (1784-1865)

Parnell, Charles Stewart (1846-1891)

Patricia, Princess of Connaught (1886-1974)

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Peel, Robert, Sir (1788-1850)

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Playfair, Lyon, 1st Baron Playfair (1818-1898)

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Pyne, Louisa (1832-1904)

Roberts, Frederick Sleigh, 1st Earl Roberts (1832-1914)

Rosebery, Archibald Primrose, Earl of Rosebery (1847-1929)

Russell, John, Lord (1792-1878)

Salisbury, Robert Gascoyne-Cecil, Marquess of Salisbury (1830-1903)

Scott, George Gilbert, Sir (1811-1878)

Scott, Walter, Sir (1771-1832)

Selous, Henry Courtney (1803-1890)

Sophia, Princess (1777-1848)

Stockmar, Christian Friedrich, Baron (1787-1863)

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Taglioni, Marie (1804-1884)

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Thornycroft, Mary (1814-1895)

Tosti, Paolo (1846-1916)

Vestris, Lucia Elizabeth (1797-1856)

Victoria Eugenie, Princess of Battenberg (1887-1969)

Victoria, Duchess of Kent (1786-1861)

Victoria, Princess Royal (1840-1901)

Wellington, Arthur Wellesley, Duke of Wellington (1769-1852)

Westall, Richard (1765-1836)

William IV, King (1765-1837)

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