Some Old Edwardians

The year in the first column is that of ENTRY to secondary school, aged 11 (known at KES as Form 2 up to 1952, then Form 1, and more recently as Y7; guesswork often involved).

Year
Name
Qualifications
Career
B
D
Other
1890
Ludwig GlauertPaleontologist, herpetologist and museum curator (attended Sheffield Royal GS)
1879
1963
Wikipedia
1897
Kenneth E. KirkBishop of Oxford  (attended Sheffield Royal GS)
1886
1954
Wikipedia
1898
Ephraim LipsonEconomist
1888
1960
Wikipedia
1901
Frank ThompsonProfessor of Metallurgy, Manchester University
1977
Who's Who
1903
Stanley RawsonDirector General, Machine Tools, Ministry of Supply ; Vice-Chairman, John Brown & Co Ltd
1891
1973
Who's Who
1904
Hermann Glauert  Principal Scientific Officer, Royal Aircraft Establishment, Farnborough
1892
1934
FRS; Who's Who, Wikipedia
1906
Harry Epworth AllenPainter
1894
1958
RBA; Who's Who, Wikipedia
1906
Edwin Aris BerrisfordOxon (Queen's)KES 1906-10
MC, RE; Mentioned in 55 KES Mag
1906
Arthur Lytton SellsProfessor of French, Durham University
1895
1978
Who's Who
1906
John Sterndale BennettDeputy Commissioner-General, South East Asia
1895
1969
KCMG, (CMG), MC; Who's Who
1906
W. P. TaylorOxon (Queen's)
1917
Head Prefect 1912-13; hence W P Taylor Prize for Maths
1907
Preston BensonJournalist, Daily Chronicle, Star
1975
Who's Who
1909
John Gilbert Hall
1898
1917
1909
Albert NuttOphthalmic Surgeon, United Sheffield Hospitals
1898
1978
Who's Who; Albert Boswell Nutt

1910s

1910
Harold Greville SmithOxon (Balliol)Chemist, industrialist in Canada, philanthropist
1902
1974
1910
Edward Charles TitchmarshOxon (Balliol)Savilian Professor of Geometry at the University of Oxford from 1932 to 1963
1899
1963
1915
Geoffrey Gledhill Turner
1904
1959
GC, GM, Kings Commendation for Gallantry; Wikipedia
1916
Frank EllisConsultant radiotherapist
1905
2006
More (May 2003) ; Wikipedia
1916
Herbert HodgesProfessor of Philosophy, Reading University
1976
Who's Who
1916
Edward Linfoot  Mathematician and astronomer
1905
1982
Wikipedia
1917
Albert GoodwinOxon (Jesus)Professor of Modern History at the University of Manchester from 1953–69
1906
1995
Speechday Guest of Hon 1963 ; Who's Who; Wikipedia
1918
John ChestersBSc, PhD (Sheffield)Author (Iron & Steel; Ceramics)
1906
1994
OBE, FRS; Who's Who; Speechday Guest of Hon 1970
1918
Alexander GilliesProfessor of German Language and Literature, Leeds University
1977
Who's Who
1918
Henry TurnerOxon (John's)Professor of Divinity, Durham
1907
1995
Speechday Guest of Hon 1964; Who's Who
1918
Lionel WigramOxon (Queen's)
1907
1944
1919
Leslie StradlingBishop of Johannesburg 1961–1974
1908
1998
Wikipedia

1920s

1920
Charles Husband Civil engineer, President of the Institution of Structural Engineers from 1964–5, and Chairman of the Association of Consulting Engineers from 1967–8, and designed the Lovell Telescope at Jodrell Bank Observatory
1908
1983
Who's Who/DNB; Wikipedia
1920
Harold Warris ThompsonEnglish physical chemist; Chairman of the Football Association
1908
1983
CBE, FRS; Wikipedia
1922
Stanley MilesRN Medical Service
1911
1987
CB; Who's Who; Wikipedia
1922
Eric Gardner TurnerPapyrologist and classicist
1911
1983
CBE; Wikipedia
1923
Philip Allen, Baron Allen of Abbeydale CBCantab (Queens')British civil servant
1912
2007
Speechday Guest of Hon 1961 ; Who's Who; Wikipedia
1923
Ronald Graveson
1911
1991
1923
Cecil King Ambassador to Lebanon from 1967–70
1912
1981
CMG; Who's Who
1923
Eric LaughtonFirth Professor of Latin in the University of Sheffield
1911
1988
Brother of George L, OE 27-34, father of Roger L, above. More.
1923
Malcolm RavenhillFlying Officer
1912
1940
1923
Geoffrey ToryBritish High Commissioner to Malaysia, Malta; deputy High Commissioner to Australia; Ambassador to Ireland from 1964–67
1912
2013
Who's Who
1923
Renwick VickersConsultant Dermatologist in Sheffield (1937-56) and then Oxford until retirement c1970
1911
1993
More; Speechday Guest of Hon 1962; his son R H Vickers (Winchester, Oxon) was Orthopaedic Surgeon to H M the Queen 1992-2010
1923
Derek WildeVice-Chairman, Barclays Bank Ltd; Deputy Chairman, Charterhouse Group
1993
CBE; Who's Who
1924
Edgar "Bill" WilliamsOxon (Merton)UN Secretariat 1946-47; Fellow, Balliol, 1945-1980; Warden of Rhodes House, Oxford
1912
1995
CB CBE DSO DL; Who's Who; Speechday Guest of Hon 1953; Wikipedia
1926
Alan DawtrySheffield (LLB)Town Clerk of the City of Westminster
Who's Who; Speechday Guest 1960
1926
Roger InmanVice Lord-Lieutenant of South Yorkshire
OBE (mil), MBE(mil), TD; Who's Who
1926
Gordon NornableWon the Military Cross and Croix de Guerre in 1944 fighting with the French Maquis in eastern France
1915
2002
MC; Magazine etc; KES 26-32 ; Wikipedia
1926
Richard SeddonArtist and writer; Director, Sheffield City Art Galleries; President, Royal Watercolour Society
2003
Who's Who
1926
Geoffrey TingleCantab (Queens')Vice-Consul in China and Japan; senior official in Hong Kong; historical novelist
1927
John BrianceHM Diplomatic Service
1989
CMG; Who's Who
1927
Peter YouensOxonBritish administrator in Nyasaland and Malawi, and director of Lonrho
1916
2000
Wikipedia
1928
William SmithUnder-Secretary, Northern Ireland Office
CB; Who's Who
1929
Deryck AllenOxon (Ch Ch)Professor of Applied Mathematics at the University of Sheffield from 1955–80, a Pro-Vice Chancellor at the University of Sheffield from 1966 to 1970, and Chairman of the Joint Matriculation Board from 1973–6
1918
2010
Who's Who; Speechday Guest 1965
1929
Philip CecilResidentiary Canon and Treasurer of Peterborough Cathedral 1972-77
1977
Who's Who
1929
Norman SiddallSheffieldChairman of the National Coal Board from 1982–3; CBE; knighted 83
1918
2002
Wikipedia

1930s

1930
Peter SylvesterBSc (Sheffield)Formerly Consultant Psychiatrist at St Lawrence's Hospital, Caterham
2000
1931
Eric BradfordProfessor of Dental Surgery, Bristol University
Who's Who
1931
L. Ronald KayBA Sheffield 1940University administrator at Leeds; helped to set up UCCA, the new national computerised system of university admissions, a world first, in 1961 and led its operations until retirement in 1985 after which it expanded to form UCAS
Who's Who, OBE; Speechday guest 1967
1933
John Gatenby BoltonCantab (Trinity)First Director of the Australian National Radio Astronomy Observatory
1922
1993
FRS, CBE; Wikipedia
1933
Phillip RhodesCantab (Clare)Obstetric Physician and Writer of Medical History
1922
2002
FRCS FRCOG; Who's Who
1933
Robert ScholeySheffieldBob Scholey, known as 'Black Bob', Chairman, British Steel 86-92. Kt 1987; CBE 1982
1921
2014
Who's Who
1933
Peter Jaffrey WheatleyMA Oxon (Queen's)Structural chemist, crystallographer. Fellow of Queens' Cantab
1921
1997
Married sister of OE John Bolton (above); Wikipedia
1934
Donald NicolMA, PhD Cantab (Pembroke)Koraës Professor of Modern Greek and Byzantine History, Language and Literature at King's College London from 1970–88, and President of the Ecclesiastical History Society from 1975–6
1923
2003
(also attended St Paul's school, London); Who's Who; Wikipedia
1936
Ronald DronfieldChief Insurance Officer for National Insurance, Department of Health and Social Security
Who's Who
1936
Derek EagersUnder-Secretary, Department of Trade and Industry
1998
Who's Who
1936
Gordon HemingwayMSc PhDEmeritus Professor of Veterinary Animal Husbandry and Senior Research Fellow, Univ of Glasgow
1936
Raymond PageM.A., Litt.D. (Sheffield), Dr. Philos. (Trondheim).Professor of Anglo-Saxon and Norse Manuscripts, Cambridge
1924
2012
Who's Who
1936
David TyrrellHead, Division of Communicable Diseases, Clinical Research Centre, Harrow
Debretts
1937
Michael FarrellReader in Economics, Cambridge University
1975
Who's Who/DNB
1937
Peter HudsonMember, Panel of Chairmen, Civil Service Selection Board
Who's Who
1938
Roy BarlowRecorder of the Crown Court
Who's Who
1938
John Philipps KenyonJoyce and Elizabeth Hall Distinguished Professor in Early Modern British History at the University of Kansas from 1987–94
1927
1996
Who's Who, Wikipedia
1938
Peter MannBA ( Sheffield)Senior Lecturer in the School of English, Univ of Leeds
2003
1939
Dante CampaillaSolicitor, London
1939
Malcolm FanthomCantab (Trinity)Taught maths at City Grammar
1953
1939
George HornCEGB, Head of Berkeley Nuclear Labs 1965-70
Debretts
1939
Adrian HorridgeCantab (Johns)Professor of Behavioural Biology, Australian National University, Canberra
1927
FRS; Who's Who

1940s

1940
Francis CheethamSheffieldMuseum curator
1928
2005
OBE; Wikipedia
1940
Gordon RentonAssistant Under-Secretary, Home Office and Department of Trade and Industry 1978-84; Chairman R&D Communications Ltd 1990-
2000
Who's Who
1940
Christopher WilsonChairman, LCE (Holdings) Ltd formerly LCE Computer Maintenance Ltd 1987-
1997
Who's Who
1940
John Farnsworth WrightPhD Oxon (Queen's)British economist and Fellow of Trinity College, Oxford
1929
2001
Wikipedia
1941
Peter BakerOxon (Exeter)QC; Circuit Judge 1983­
Who's Who
1941
Michael CarlisleBEng CEng Hon LLD (Sheffield)Pro-Chancellor, York University
1929
Who's Who; Wikipedia
1941
Peter LandinComputer scientist and academic at Queen Mary College, London
1930
2009
Wikipedia
1941
John LemmonLogician and philosopher
1930
1966
Wikipedia
1941
David WoodJoint Managing Director, Husband & Co (consulting engineers) 1988-90
Debretts
1942
David LawOxon (Brasenose)Athlete; won 1500m at World Student games 1953
Won Varsity X-country (1952); World record relay member
1942
Derek PageMA, PhD CantabProfessor of Physics at IPST, Georgia Tech USA
1929
Also Paprican
1942
Gordon SambrookSheffieldChairman, Iron Trades Insurance 84- ?
CBE 86; Who's Who
1943
Norman AdsettsOxon (Queen's) (SIG: Sheffield Insulation Group)
1931
KB, OBE; Wikipedia; Head prefect 3rd Term 1949/50
1943
Dick CharlesworthJazz clarinettist and bandleader
1932
2008
Wikipedia
1943
Douglas WatsonProfessor of Microbiology, Leeds University 1972-93
Debretts
1944
Malcolm BottomleyMedical Director, University of Bath distance learning course in sports medicine for doctors from 1992; Seoul Olympics 1988 etc
Debretts
1944
Ian FellsCantab (Trinity)Professor of Energy Conversion at The University of Newcastle upon Tyne, President of the Institute of Energy from 1978–9, and broadcaster
1932
CBE; Who's Who, Wikipedia
1944
Michael FinleyEditor, Sheffield Telegraph; Governor, International Press Foundation
Who's Who
1944
John HazelOxon (Queen's)Taught Classics at City of London School
1944
Keith JenningsMA, DPhil Oxon (Queen's)NRC, Ottawa; Sheffield University; Professor of Chemistry,  Warwick University
1944
George MacBethOxonPoet and author
1932
1992
Head prefect 1950/51; Wikipedia
1944
Harry OxerCantab (Selwyn)Knighthood in the order of St John, awarded in Western Australia, career in medicine and community service
1944
Philip ScowcroftCantab (Trinity Hall)Solicitor; author on music and cricket
1944
Major Morley SewellProfessor of tropical veterinary medicine, University of Edinburgh
Debretts
1944
Brian SparkesLondonProfessor of Archaeology, Southampton
1945
David BeynonCantab (Trinity Hall)Chairman ICI Europe 1990-92 Director, Holliday Chemical Holdings 1992-Pres; British Plastics Fedr, 1987-8
Debretts
1945
Michael Cornthwaitewww.windspinnerscanada.com, Canada
Article in 'Tha'll never gerrin theer'
1945
Mike DrakeOxon (Queen's)Worked in the Chemical industry, latterly as a consultant
School details
1945
Ivor JonesOxon, CantabPrincipal, Wesley House Theological College, Cambridge
Head prefect, Cricket Capt, Soccer 1st XI; organ Scholar, cellist
1946
Peter FellsCantabFRCS FRCOphth; Moorfields Eye Hospital, London
Who's Who
1946
Paul HarveyRoyal College of MusicProfessor of Clarinet, Royal Military School of Music, Kneller Hall
Various google hits 
1946
Rodney JacksonRecorder of the Crown Court
2004
Who's Who
1946
Roger NeedhamProfessor of Computer Systems, Cambridge; managing director, Microsoft Research Ltd
1935
2003
CBE, FRS; moved from KES to Doncaster Grammar School
1946
Peter UnwinSet up firm (P & M Services) manufacturing printed circuits
Photographer in KES mags
1947
Alan CoddingtonBSc, PhD (London)Biologist, UEA
1947
Frank DrakeMA, PhD Cantab (Pembroke)Pure Maths, Leeds University
1947
Anthony GuenaultCantab (Trinity)Professor of Physics, Lancaster University
1937
1947
Alan JinkinsonOxon (Keble)General Secretary of UNISON from 1993–6
1935
Who's Who; Wikipedia
1947
Michael MaddenUnder-Secretary, Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food
Who's Who
1947
Neil SmithBritish Ambassador to Finland; Secretary General, Society of London Art Dealers
Who's Who
1948
David AndersonLeicesterHead of Economics, KES 67-95
2008
Prefect 54/5; soccer, tennis
1948
Stuart DowkerProfessor of Physics and Astronomy, Manchester University
1948
David SeniorOxon (Keble)OBE; Director of Home Affairs, London Chamber of Commerce and Industry
President of the Keble Association; Former Chairman, Crich Tramway Museum
1949
Anthony BriggsCantab (Trin Hall)Professor of Russian Language and Literature, Birmingham University
1949
Stewart CoxS R (King-)Cox
1949
David DownesOxon (Keble), LSEProfessor of Social Administration at the LSE from 1987–2003, and Editor of the British Journal of Criminology from 1985–90
1938
Who's Who; prefect 55/6; Wikipedia
1949
Anthony GreavesBA, PhD NottinghamProfessor of French, Calgary University
1949
Anthony HanwellMA, PhD Cantab (Christ's)Founded Keymed Medical & Industrial Equipment Ltd
prefect 55/6
1949
Andrew PinionCantab (Jesus)Colonel, Royal Artillery
2007
Deputy Head prefect 55/6
1949
Martyn RoebuckHon Professor Dept of Educational Studies, Glasgow University
prefect 55/6
1949
Ian StrachanRAF test pilot
1949
Ted WraggDurhamProfessor of Education, Exeter University
1938
2005
Who's Who; prefect 55/6; Wikipedia

1950s

1950
Graham BirtwistleBSc, PhD SheffieldProfessor of Computer Science, Leeds University, then Sheffield University
Various Google refs
1950
John CrookesMA Oxon (Balliol)Mathematics, Lancaster University
Various Google refs
1950
Brian DukeMA PhD Oxon (Queen's)Professor of Chemistry, Charles Darwin University, Australia
1950
Jim GreenBSc SheffieldConsultant metallurgist
1950
David HardyMA Cantab (Clare)Classics, Athens University
2009
Various Google refs
1950
Harry NichollsLeicesterFormer Dean of the Faculty of Management, Aston University
1950
John RatcliffeOxon (John's)Professor of Clinical Biochemistry, Manchester University, then Birmingham University
1950
David RolfeArchitect
Debretts
1950
Ian RoxburghNottingham, PhD (Cantab)Professor of Astro-Physics, QMC, London
Who's Who
1950
John ShillitoJazz musician
John Shillito Select Six (2003)
1951
Eric Dancer Sheffield HallamManaging Director of Dartington Crystal from 1986–2000, and Lord Lieutenant of Devon since 1998
1940
CBE; Wikipedia
1951
Arthur DunworthNottinghamCouncillor; Lord Mayor of Sheffield, 2007
(Dungworth at KES.)
1951
Paul FairestMA Cantab (T Hall)LLB; Professor of Law, Hull University
Debretts
1951
Anthony GrantChairman, Wilton Investments Ltd
Debretts
1951
John MillerMA Cantab (John's)Sociology, Latrobe, Australia
1951
Ted Powell Malawi national football coach; coached England U–18 side which won the European Championship in 1993
1940
2005
Wikipedia
1951
Dave SheasbyPlaywright, director, dramatist and radio producer
1940
2010
Wikipedia
1951
Roger WaterhouseFounding Vice-Chancellor, Derby University
Debretts
1952
Peter BeckettOxon, HullProfessor of Applied Mathematics, Hull University
1952
John BeckmanOxon (Jesus)Professor of Astronomer, Canaries
1952
Victor CockerChief Executive, Severn Trent Water
Who's Who (brother of Joe Cocker, the singer; both went to Lydgate Junior School)
1952
John GouldenOxon (Queen's)British Ambassador to Turkey, then to NATO
1941
CMG; Wikipedia
1952
Stephen LinsteadOxon (Corpus)Government Director for the West Midlands
Who's Who
1952
John McNaughtOxon (Queen's)Judge, Swindon
Who's Who
1952
Alan O'SheaOxon (Queen's)Professor
1952
James PendertonConsultant radiologist, St Thomas's Hospital
Debretts
1952
Peter PreeceOxon (Queen's)Professor of Education, Exeter University
1952
Rony RobinsonOxon (Keble)Playwright, author, Radio Sheffield presenter
1940
Editor of Cherwell, 1961; Wikipedia
1952
Miles RoddisDurhamBritish Council; Lonely Planet editor in Spain
1952
John SharpePresident, Unilever Home and Personal Care, Europe
Debretts
1952
David TomlinsonTeacher at Hinde House and Waltheof schools in Sheffield, served during the late 1960s with Sheffield schools' cross-country section when Seb Coe first rose to prominence
1941
2012
1952
Noel WorswickOxon (Wadham)Lincoln College, Oxford (Classics)
1953
Geoffrey AtkinsonMetallurgist, then Lawyer
1953
Christopher BarnesCantab (Corpus)Professor of Slavic Languages, Toronto University
1953
David BentleyUCL LondonJudge (Sheffield) QC
Who's Who
1953
James DaglishSt Andrew’sCEO of Scottish papermaker Tullis Russell
Left KES before A-levels; elder brother Nick went to Worcester Oxon
1953
Roger LaughtonOxon (Merton)BBC producer and senior executive, CEO of Meridian TV
Editor of Cherwell 1961; father (Eric) and uncle (George) both OES
1953
David RodgersCurator, William Morris Society
1999
Debretts
1953
Anthony SampsonOx (Trinity)Visiting Professor, Nottingham University; Ningbo, China
1953
Frank SmithFCA - RSA Robson Rhodes 1963-2000 (tax partner)
Debretts
1953
Jeremy ThorpOxon (Corpus)British Ambassador to Colombia
Who's Who
1953
Martin WilliamsCantab (Selwyn)Professor of Geographical Studies, Adelaide University
1953
David YoungOxon (Corpus)Deputy chairman of the John Lewis Partnership; non-executive Director of Ocado
1954
Frank BaldockJournalist and wine writer in Canada
http://www.winexpress.ca/
1954
Chris BallChief Executive of Unigate, then of Northern Foods
1954
Ray BattyeBA (Leeds), MA (Sheffield)Vice Principal, Barnsley Sixth Form College
1954
Chris BrearleyOxon (Trinity)Deputy Permanent Secretary, Department of the Environment
CB; Who's Who
1954
Barry CheethamOxon (Corpus Christi)Steel industry
Head prefect, 1960-61
1954
Michael CurleyChairman, MICE Group PLC
1954
Joe EasonOxon (Queen's)Manager, Training & Education Development Corus
1954
Neil EdmondsConsultant Radiologist, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, London
1954
John LoxleyLeedsProfessor of Economics, Manitoba University, Canada
1954
Richard NosowskiOxon (Queen's)Headteacher, Backwell School, Somerset
OBE; Soccer blue
1954
Alan SeniorPhD (Newcastle)Professor of Biochemistry,  Rochester University, NY
1954
Roland SmithOxon (Keble)British Ambassador to the Ukraine
CB; Who's Who
1954
Ian WrightLeedsFounder and owner of Sheffield Railwayana Auctions, UK 's expert on provenance of railway memorabilia  
Previously deputy head, Myers Grove school, where Sheff Railwayana was created
1955
Keith BaxbyNewcastleHonorary Senior Lecturer, Dundee; consultant urological surgeon
BSc, MBBS, FRCS (Eng), FRCS (Ed)
1955
Stuart BirleyBirminghamPrincipal Scientist, MoD
1955
Mark BlytheOxon (Univ)Senior Treasury Solicitor
CB; Who's Who
1955
Nick DennisCantab (Peterhouse)Sen Lecturer, School of Medicine, Southampton University
1955
Anthony DowlingOxon (Worcs)Nuclear Engineer, BNFL Magnox
1955
Mark FirthSheffield, McGill MontrealEstablished own metallurgical consultancy, Calgary
1955
Drummond GillespieMethodist Minister, Coalville
1955
Jim GunsonOxon (Univ)Maths, Kwantlen, Canada
1955
Colin HagueChief Test Pilot, Westland Helicopters
1955
Edward HaslamChief Executive of Lonmin plc; non-executive director of Aquarius Platinum Limited
1955
Peter HawksleyLeedsSociology Lecturer, Exeter University
Left academe to become Landlord of The Beer Engine, near Exeter, and a brewer – became the oldest brewery in Devon.
1955
Philip HetheringtonOxon (Queen's )Management consultant, Corporate Consulting Group, McKinseys
Head Prefect 61-62
1955
Michael HillLSE; Oxon (Wadham, Nuffield)Professor of Sociology, Wellington, NZ, now Professor, SIngapore University
1955
Paul JohnsonOxon (Magdalen)Barrister in Sheffield; died in his early 30s
1970s
1955
Joe LucasOxon (St Caths)
Joined KES in 4(1) from MGS
1955
Philip MatthewsOxon (Merton)Highest performer at A & S level in one of the school's strongest-ever year groups, latterly food chemist; died tragically in 1969
1969
1955
Chris MeakinOxon (Keble)Journalist (FT, Times, Punch); economist (Director of UK Chambers of Commerce, then of the CBI); international banker (JP Morgan-Chase, HSBC)
Editor of Isis, Michaelmas 1964; Speechday Guest of Honour 1976/7; Goodchild Press
1955
Ian TaylorDurhamProfessor of Sociology, University of Durham
2001
http://www.dur.ac.uk/pr.office/965Obit%20Ian%20Taylor.htm
1955
John ThorpeCantab (Jesus)Taught maths at Bury GS, 67-97 (retd)
1955
Edward TrickettDurham, Physics ScholarBBC Engineering
Also won, but did not take, the Physics scholarship at Leicester University that year. Ed was the only one in the 1955 lot to win TWO university scholarships. [Chris Meakin]
1955
Ian WilliamsLondon (King's)GP
1955
Jeff WoodProfessor, Bristol University Veterinary School
1956
Bernard ArgentLeicesterIona Folk Band ( USA )
http://IonaMusic.com, http://PotomacCelticFest.org
1956
Peter BellOxon (Jesus )Civil Servant, Northern Ireland Office; DPhil Oxon) in Byzantine History 2006
Head prefect 62/3
1956
Edward BlackburnNottinghamProfessor of Chemistry, Alberta University, Canada
1956
Jim BoothOxon (Keble)Oil industry, legal executive
1956
David CookLecturer in Clinical Biochemistry, Newcastle
1956
Philip CroxfordExeter, CantabStatistician, Fellow, Royal Statistical Society
First cousin of C. Meakin (1955)
1956
Howard CulleyPartner in Irwin Mitchell, solicitors
Chairman of Sheffield Wednesday (2000 - 2001)
1956
Paul GoldfinchSenior Lecturer in Computing, Strathclyde University
1956
Peter GrimsditchOxon (Oriel)Editorial Director, Oxford Business Group, based in Istanbul (2007); Journalist in Fleet Street and Middle East; Editor, the Daily Sport 
News Editor, Cherwell. Michaelmas 1964
1956
Rod HagueOxonSenior Lecturer in Politics, University of Newcastle
1956
Martin HallOxon (Merton)Priv Sec to Chancellor of Exchequer; Head of Treasury Press Office; then London Stock Exchange; Director-General, Finance & Leasing Ass.
MVO, MBE
1956
John KirkmanOxon (Keble)Teacher at Myers Grove, Sheffield
1956
David MeredithOxonJudge, Leicester
Taught Languages at KES late 60s
1956
Jim PlattsCantabUniversity of Cambridge, Institute for Manufacturing
1956
Richard ShuttExxon Chemical Europe Inc. (Chemist)
1957
Brad AmosOxonCambridge MRC labs
1957
Christopher BealeOxonJudge, Nottingham
1957
Patrick BirksOxon (Balliol)Snr. Lecturer, RMA Sandhurst
School details
1957
Dan BrewinHead, UK Sales, British Airways
Debretts
1957
Alan HughesOxon Queen'sAssociate Editor, Oxford English Dictionary
1957
Geoff SearbyMA, DPhil Oxon (St Peters)Directeur de Recherche at CNRS, Marseille
1957
Peter TurneyBris, USAProfessor, management in USA
1957
Derek WilliamsCantab (Selwyn)Head of music, Cambridge Uni Library 1970-89;
2006
http://www.canamus.org/Enchiridion/Biogs/bw2.htm; Head Pre 63/4
1958
Michael BehrendCantab (Christ's)Software, Cambridgeshire
Arrived at KES in Form 4
1958
Peter Bradley
1958
Michael ColleyCantab (Caius)Consultant Pathologist, Great Western Hospital, Swindon
Prefect, tennis
1958
Robert EdwardsMA Cantab, PhD (LSE)Canada
Arrived at KES in Form 4
1958
John EnglandDurhamSenior Lecturer in Spanish, Sheffield
Prefect, soccer, cricket
1958
David MorleyOxon (Queen's)
1958
Glyn PursgloveOxonReader in English, Swansea
1958
David ShortOxon (Exeter)FSA,FCIA; retired actuary and a member of the Ontario Financial Services Tribunal and Canadian Actuarial Standards Board
1958
Paul TimperleySheffieldRugby Coach in Canada
Rugby, cricket
1958
Alan WoodManch, MBA (Harvard)CEO of Siemens UK plc
1947
Guardian Interview ; Wikipedia
1959
Bill BaileyBirmingham, MBA (Lond)Rolls-Royce, then started publishing co, sold to PLC
Kilcascan Castle, Co Cork
1959
David BarracloughBirmingham, SheffieldConsultant metallurgist
Deputy head prefect 65/6, Term 3; soccer, swimming
1959
Robert BealeMA OxonJournalist,  Manchester Evening News
Deputy head prefect 65/6
1959
David BroughtonSheffieldNuclear Engineer, BNFL (Dounreay)
1959
Chris BrownMA, PhD (Cantab)Psychology Lab, Sheffield University
1959
John ChapmanMA, PhD (Cantab) (Johns)Professor of Physics, Glasgow University
Prefect
1959
David CoatesSolicitor, Leeds
1959
Rick CrawleyBSc, PhD, AstonProfessor, Lancaster University Management School
1959
John EverattDurhamDurham School, Classics
Prefect, cricket captain
1959
Mark FieldingCantab (Selwyn)Unilever; now Charisma (Sheffield)
Prefect, soccer, cricket; Cambridge Falcons
1959
Peter FreemanOxonGP
1959
Roy GalleyOxonPost Office, Conservative MP for Halifax 1983-87
1947
Prefect, Who's Who; Wikipedia
1959
Peter GroomOxonGP, Cardiff
1959
Stephen HarrisonProfessor of Social Policy, Univ of Manchester
Prefect; rugby captain
1959
Tony HeathcoteBristolGP, Birmingham
(1958 entry but changed years after rugby injury)
1959
Steve Hoyland (Tommy)ExeterRegional Organiser (Yorkshire) for UNISON (public services trades union)
1948
Prefect, Captain of Cross Country
1959
Trevor LaundyNewcastleNHS Consultant, Peterborough; pilot
1959
Paul MainCantab (Christ's)Actuary, London
Prefect
1959
Bill ManvilleMA Oxon, PhD CantabSoftware Consultant
(Arrived in Form 3) prefect
1959
Alan MorrisSheffieldSenior Lecturer in Control Engineering, Sheffield
1959
Don NicolsonMA Cantab, PhD LondLapsed mathematician; Senior Lecturer, Pure Maths, University of Malawi
1947
Prefect
1959
Stephen NortcliffBristolProfessor of Soil Science, Reading University
Prefect
1959
Stephen ParamoreLeicesterSolicitor, Doncaster
Prefect, soccer
1959
John PillingOxonNHS Consultant, Norwich
1959
Richard PriceLondonLondon QC
OBE; Prefect
1959
John RamsdenMA, DPhil (Oxon)Professor of History at Queen Mary College, an authority on the history of the Conservative party
1947
2009
Prefect; Wikipedia
1959
Philip RobinsonPhilatelist; Member, Royal Philatelic Society
Author on Philately; more
1959
James SaundersLeicesterLondon Solicitor acting for Tony Martin (Norfolk farmer)
1959
Rod SheltonHullUniversity of Central England, Birmingham
1959
John TrythallMA OxonGordonstoun School
1959
Paul WillnerMA, PhD (Oxon)Professor of Psychology, Swansea University
(Arrived in Form 3)
1959
Michael WosskowOxon (St Eds)Solicitor, Sheffield
Prefect, soccer; soccer blue

1960s

1960
Graham BallOxon (Queen's)NHS Finance (lapsed)
1960
Christopher BeckLeeds; Cranfield (MBA, 1979)Advertising; novelist (as C.J. Beck - 'Spiked', 'Sizzle')
1960
Paul CollierOxon (Trinity)Professor of Economics, Director of CSAE, Professorial Fellow, St Antony's, Oxford
1949
CBE; Wikipedia
1960
Bob DaviesEdinburgh (LL.B)CEO of Arriva Plc until April 2006
1948
Wikipedia
1960
Roger DunsfordManchesterRAF; became Group Captain
Deputy head prefect 66/7 Tm 3; soccer, cricket
1960
Jonathan HaworthLondonJudge, Cambridge
1960
Eric HemmingCantab (Jesus)Consultant specialising in healthcare management and development
Deputy head prefect 66/7; soccer, cricket
1960
Peter HolmesMA, PhD (Cantab) (Christ's)Reader in Economics, Sussex
1960
Peter HornerCantab (Sidney Sussex)Partner, Irwin-Mitchell Solicitors
1960
Simon KingsleyEngineering, Sheffield University, now in business
1960
Mike OrtonMA (Cantab) MBA, ManchesterHead of Business, Buckinghamshire Chilterns University College
1960
Jim PembertonMA, PhD (Cantab) (Trin Hall)Professor of Economics, Reading University
1960
Rob WilliamsOxon (Univ)Executive Director, The Law Debenture Corporation
Debretts; Head prefect 66/7; Rugby, swimming
1960
Nigel WoodcockManchester, LondonGeology, Cambridge
Father (Howard) is OE; soccer
1961
Michael AinsworthRector of St George-in-the-East in London E1
1961
Clive BettsMA Cantab (Pemb)Labour MP for Attercliffe, 1992 - date
1950
Who's Who; Wikipedia
1961
John CrawfordTrinity College of Music, London
1961
Rodney FalkProfessor of Clinical Cardiology, Boston University
1961
Peter HorburyCar designer, Executive Design Director of all Ford's American brands from 2004
1950
Wikipedia
1961
Lyn JenkinsCantab (King's), Oxon (New)Ophthalmic Medical Practitioner
1961
Chris MilnerLoughboroughProfessor of Economics, Nottingham University
Head prefect 68/9; soccer, cricket 1st XIs for 9 years in all
1961
Michael NewmanMA Cantab (Sid Suss), PhD Lond (IC)Research scientist at Jerusalem's Hadassah Hospital
d 2007
1961
Rod NicolsonMA, PhD (Cantab) (Johns)Professor of Psychology, Sheffield University
Deputy head prefect 67/8 (Term 3); soccer, tennis
1961
John PilkingtonCantab (Trin Hall)Travel author, BBC World Service, Radio 4
1961
Iain RobinsonMA, PhD (Oxon) (Worcs)Professor of Molecular Neuroendocrinology, MRC
Deputy head prefect 67/8
1961
John ScrivenPrincipal Lecturer, Business School, South Bank University
1961
John SmithOxon (Queen's)Languages Fellow, St Caths, Oxford
Prefect
1961
Martin SmithCar designer (Porsche, Audi, Ford)
1949
Wikipedia
1962
Michael BarlowProfessor of Linguistics, Rice University, USA
More
1962
Martin ElliottNewcastleProfessor of Cardiothoracic Surgery, Gt Ormond St Hospital, London
1962
Ian NearySheffield, SussexProfessor of Government, Essex University; now St Antony's (Oxon)
Father is Ken, OE; birth in KES mag
1962
Ken SykesOxon (Queen's)Solicitor, Leeds 
1963
John AplinOxonProfessor of Reproductive Biomedicine, Manchester University
1963
Rudi LutzSenior Lecturer in Artificial Intelligence, Sussex University
KES 63 - 65 (left after form 2)
1963
David ThomsonOxon (Keble), Cantab (Selwyn)Current Bishop of Huntingdon
1952
Wikipedia
1964
Jon ChittyAir Commodore  RAF
OBE, Wikipedia
1964
Jonathan Durham HallQC; Judge, Cardiff Crown Court
Who's Who
1964
Gareth HulseCantabClassical Musician; eg Nash Ensemble
1964
Steve MannChess player (KES Board 1 70/71)
1964
Richard MellowesDeputy University Librarian, Cardiff University
1965
Doug BlackNottinghamGP
1965
Mark GoreOxon (Wadham)Assistant Chief Education Officer, Warwickshire
Head prefect
1965
Mark HudsonCantabEconomist; economic advisor to Georgia
OEs Guest Speaker (2004)
1965
Peter SmithEssex, LeedsSenior Lecturer, Computing, City University, London
1965
Andrew SpencerSussex , PhD (Essex)Professor of Linguistics, Essex University
Father is Ron, OE (left c40)
1965
Richard TaylorDepartment of Clinical Biochemistry, John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford
Prefect
1966
Simon ElliottConsultant Radiologist, Newcastle University
1966
Nigel HarrisonNuclear engineer
1966
Stephen MackinSolicitor, Ashurst Mools Crisp
Debretts
1966
David PollardNottinghamInform PR Ltd ( Sheffield)
1967
Michael BookerConsultant in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Mayday University Hospital, Croydon
Debretts
1967
Simon CollisCantab (Christ's)Ambassador to Syria since 2007, and to Qatar from 2005–7
1956
Wikipedia
1967
Peter Kersh
1967
Phil OakeySinger, Human League
1955
Wikipedia
1967
Chris TwelvesProfessor of Cancer Therapeutics, Bradford University
1967
Martyn WareFounder member of The Human League and Heaven 17
1956
Wikipedia
1967
Clive WolmanOxonFounder and editor-in-chief, London Financial News; editor, Mail on Sunday; personal finance editor, FT
President, Oxford Union, c1975
1968
Andrew AplinE Anglia, ImperialProfessor of Environmental Geochemistry,  Newcastle University
1968
Matthew BannisterNottingham (law)Radio Presenter; Controller, BBC Radio 1
1957
Who's Who; Wikipedia
1968
Philip BramwellGroup Legal Director, BAE Systems, previously chief counsel O2
1968
Paul BurkimsherBrunel, UMISTCERN, Switzerland
1968
Andrew McCaigMA, PhD Cantab (Johns)Senior Lecturer in Geology, Leeds University
1968
John RawlingMain boxing commentator on ITV since 2005
1957
Wikipedia
1968
Peter SellsProfessor of Linguistics, Stanford University
1968
Simon WesselyProfessor, King's College School of Medicine and the Institute of Psychiatry, London
1956
Wikipedia
1969
Bruce DickinsonSinger, songwriter, broadcaster and author; Samson, Iron Maiden, solo artist
Debretts

1970s

1970
Fran EblingBSc (Bris), PhD (Edin)Professor of Neuroendocrinology, School of Biomedical Sciences, Nottingham University
1970
Joe ElliottLead singer of Def Leppard
1959
Wikipedia
1970
Graham FellowsComedian and actor, best known for creating the characters of John Shuttleworth and Jilted John
1959
Wikipedia
1970
David LindsayConsultant Cardiologist at Gloucestershire Royal Hospital
1970
Giles OrtonEversheds LLP
Head Prefect 76/7
1970
Rashmin SavaniMBChB (Sheff)Professor, Abramson Research Center Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Google
1973
Clare BlackburnStem cell research, Edinburgh University
1973
Paul HeatonSinger-songwriter - member of The Beautiful South and of The Housemartins
1962
(Left Sheffield in 76); Wikipedia
1974
Jonathan CoulthardCabinet maker and designer of bespoke kitchens etc
Cricket Capt
1974
David FlavellMinister, Trinity Methodist Church, Hexham
Children's author; www.flavell.vispa.com
1974
Jay (Julian) RolandExpert on Family History
1975
Mark BeechHon Visiting Fellow, Dept of Archaeology, York University
1976
Jonathan BlackburnProfessor of Biochemistry, Western Cape University, South Africa
1976
Matthew UttleyProfessor of Defence Studies, King’s College London
1965
1976
Peter MoulsonBarrister
1976
Stephen PeatMissionary with SIM in Peru (Serving in Mission)
www.peats.org
1977
Ian SimmondsCantab (Caius)IBM in New York
1978
Jeremy SternSpecialist registrar in neurology, National Hospital for Neurology & Neurosurgery, and Allenbrooke's Hospital
Debretts
1979
Paul RobertsOxon (Balliol), Cantab (Kings)Professor of Criminal Jurisprudence, Nottingham University

1980s

1980
Bill SmithArchitect
1981
Julia BradburyPresenter of Watchdog on BBC1; own BBC TV documentary series
1970
Wikipedia
1982
Guy JeremiahBSc, MScwww.jpenvirosystems.co.uk; www.europad.net
1982
Emily MaitlisCantab (Queens')Newscaster for BBC television (eg Newsnight presenter)
Daughter of Prof Maitlis FRS ; Wikipedia
1982
Rachel PayneMA, DPhil (Oxon)Senior Lecturer in Japanese, University of Canterbury, NZ
1983
Robert AdamczykTechnical Guidance for IPPC in Poland
Now with EBRD
1983
Paul CookNewcastle, LancasterBNFL
Son of Terry Cook (47-54), nephew of David (below)
1983
Alex SuttonLecturer in Medical Statistics, Leicester
Musician
1984
Isaac HepworthMA CantabSoftware: IT Director and Principal Architect, Qwest, Denver
1986
Andy MerrillsOxon (Queen's), PhD Cantab (Trinity)Research Fellow in Ancient History, Leicester University
1988
Jethro SoutarAuthor and translator, with published books about Ronaldinho and Gael García Bernal
1989
Tim BrownBEng, PhD, SurreyCommunication Systems Research; www.tim.brown76.name 
KES 93-95, previously Tapton
1989
James TomlinsonBSc, PhD, LeicesterStructural Geologist, Task Geoscience, Edinburgh

1990s

1990
Mike CubisonOxon (Corpus); PhD ManchesterPostdoctoral researcher, Colorado; Atmospheric Physics
Cycling, snowboarding
1990
Rachel SymesOxon (Queen's)PhD at Birmingham University
Rowed in 8 for Queen's
1991
Karen AndrewsMotorsport Driver
1991
Revd Lydia CookOxon, BalliolMinister
1991
Keith SpriggsPhD (Nottingham)Postdoctoral, Department of Pharmacy, Nottingham University
1992
Martin BishopMA, PhD OxonJunior Research Fellow at St Anne’s College, Oxford
Cross-country blue
1992
Tyrone ThompsonFootballer with Torquay United
1981
Wikipedia
1995
Ben PurkissFootballer with Oxford United
1984
Wikipedia
1996
Toddla T (Thomas Mackenzie Bell)Musician and DJ
1985
Wikipedia
1999
Sophie Mei ManchesterBroadcaster, belly dancer, Britain's Got Talent competitor

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Niall David Baker (KES 80s) IRWIN MITCHELL

William Leslie Sumner (taught Physics + also organ KES 1920s)

Mr Peter (Perci) Clark BA(Hons) PGCE Head of R.E Buxton Community School KES 70s (?)

Andrew Wade (KES c 69) Partner, Commercial Property

Grahame Codd IRWIN MITCHELL (KES 70s)

Giles Orton EVERSHEDS (KES 70s)

Paul Gardner OSBORNE CLARKE (KES 70s)