List of Old Alleynians

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The following is a list of notable Old Alleynians, former pupils of Dulwich College, in south London, England.

Years of birth and death (when listed) are given in full. Years at the college are given last, using two digits if unambiguous. All entries are placed in alphabetical order by surname, paying particular attention to any double-barrelled surnames, in which the letters of the first surname take priority.

Arts and entertainment[edit]

Art[edit]

Drama[edit]

Entertainment & media[edit]

Literature[edit]

Music[edit]

Civilian gallantry[edit]

Note that the award made to Herbert John Leslie Barefoot (detailed above under 'Military') was made in a military capacity for gallantry that was not in the face of the enemy, hence it is not repeated here.

Exploration[edit]

Military[edit]

Victoria Cross and George Cross holders[edit]

Seven Old Alleynians have won the Victoria Cross, five in the First World War, 1914–18 (of whom four were killed in action) and two in the Second World War, 1939–45. Also in the Second World War one OA won the George Cross.[26]

Philosophy and academe[edit]

Politics, law and business[edit]

UKIP Leader Nigel Farage

Religion[edit]

Science and medicine[edit]

Sport[edit]

Athletics[edit]

  • M G Glazebrook, one-time world record holder for the High Jump (in 1875 when he won the English Championships)[45]
  • John Ratcliff, (born 1954), Schoolboy International at Athletics and Rugby. World Double Decathlon champion and World Record Holder 2000 (at School 1965-1973)
  • Emeka Udechuku, Olympic Discus thrower (left 1997)
  • R S Woods, twice represented Great Britain in the Olympics (in 1924 and 1928) in the shot-put.[45]

Cricket[edit]

Hockey[edit]

  • E.G.S.Hose, Hockey International for England (first represented England in 1897)[50]
  • P.M Rees, Hockey International for England (first represented England in 1905)[50] and went on to win gold at the 1908 Olympics
  • Frank Solbé, Hockey International for England (first represented England in 1897)[50]

Rugby Union[edit]

See Also Old Alleynian Football Club

Shooting[edit]

Other[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  3. ^ Dulwich College- Old Alleynians : Eminent Old Alleynians : Drama
  4. ^ The Times 10 January 2008 Rowan Ayers obituary
  5. ^ Dulwich College official site - Jonathan Head reporting from Bangkok
  6. ^ Dulwich College – Old Alleynians : Eminent Old Alleynians : Entertainment
  7. ^ a b c d e f g Dulwich College – Old Alleynians : Eminent Old Alleynians : Literature
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  10. ^ British Museum, Jenny Lewis, Arts Council of Great Britain, (1967), Poetry in the Making: Catalogue of an Exhibition of Poetry Manuscripts in the British Museum, page 56, (Turret Books for the Arts Council of Great Britain and the British Museum)
  11. ^ a b c Hodges, S, (1981), God's Gift: A Living History of Dulwich College, pages 88, (Heinemann: London)
  12. ^ The Alleynian, Spring 2008
  13. ^ "Professor Peter Branscombe – obituary". The Herald (Glasgow). 4 February 2009. Retrieved 28 December 2011. 
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  18. ^ Dulwich College- Old Alleynians : Eminent Old Alleynians : Sir Ernest Shackleton
  19. ^ Hodges, S, (1981), God's Gift: A Living History of Dulwich College, page 101, (Heinemann: London)
  20. ^ http://www.google.com/profiles/aclacher
  21. ^ "Military Page - Army". BBC News. 31 December 1997. 
  22. ^ Hodges, S, (1981), God's Gift: A Living History of Dulwich College, page 100, (Heinemann:)
  23. ^ a b c Webster F.A.M., (1937), Our Great Public Schools, page 91, (Butler & Tanner: London)
  24. ^ 'Goddard, Lt-Gen. Eric Norman' in Who's Who 1991 (London: A. & C. Black)
  25. ^ The Daily Telegraph (London) http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?view=DETAILS&grid=&xml=/news/2006/11/20/db2001.xml.  Missing or empty |title= (help)
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  28. ^ a b c d e f g h Dulwich College – Old Alleynians : Eminent Old Alleynians : Military Service
  29. ^ Hodges, S, (1981), God's Gift: A Living History of Dulwich College, pages 87–88, (Heinemann: London)
  30. ^ Dulwich College – Old Alleynians : Eminent Old Alleynians : Academe
  31. ^ Dulwich College Official website – News – Dominic Shellard named Vice Chancellor
  32. ^ Costello, John (1998). The Mask of Treachery. Collins. p. 359. ISBN 0-00-217536-3. Cambridge boasted the flamboyant homosexual John Tresidder Sheppard of King's… 
  33. ^ Annan, Noel (2001). The Dons: Mentors, Eccentrics and Geniuses. University of Chicago Press. p. 115. ISBN 0-226-02108-4. Sheppard, when a young fellow…went about proclaiming his infatuation with various handsome young men and tried to convince Lytton Strachey that to fall for a philistine was not necessarily evidence of a bad state of mind. 
  34. ^ Burgess, Kate (27 February 2007). "Ashmore’s reluctant debutante". FT. Retrieved 31 December 2014. 
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  37. ^ Christie's – Sale Rooms
  38. ^ Simon Hattenstone Nigel Farage, Ukip: 'Other party leaders live in a PC world.' , guardian.co.uk, Friday 5 June 2009
  39. ^ (1944) The Law Quarterly Review, (Stevens)
  40. ^ Dulwich College, News of Old Alleynians, Lord Justice Wall appointed President of the Family Division
  41. ^ Dulwich College website
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  43. ^ Peter Liddle, (1985), Home Fires and Foreign Fields: British Social and Military Experience in the First World War, page 98, (Brassey's Defence Publishers)
  44. ^ Hodges, S, (1981), God's Gift: A Living History of Dulwich College, pages 52, (Heinemann: London)
  45. ^ a b Webster F.A.M., (1937), Our Great Public Schools, page 95, (Butler & Tanner: London)
  46. ^ a b c d e f g h i Dulwich College – Old Alleynians : Eminent Old Alleynians : Sport
  47. ^ a b c Hodges, S, (1981), God's Gift: A Living History of Dulwich College, pages 232, (Heinemann: London)
  48. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k Webster F.A.M., (1937), Our Great Public Schools, page 96, (Butler & Tanner: London)
  49. ^ a b Hodges, S, (1981), God's Gift: A Living History of Dulwich College, pages 233, (Heinemann: London)
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  51. ^ a b Dick Tyson, London's Oldest Rugby Clubs, p103 (JJG Publishing), 2008
  52. ^ Sporting Honours
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  54. ^ Webster F.A.M., (1937), Our Great Public Schools, page 97, (Butler & Tanner: London)