List of Old Harrovians

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The following is a list of some notable Old Harrovians, former pupils of Harrow School in the United Kingdom.

Royalty[edit]

Prime Ministers[edit]

Politicians[edit]

Military[edit]

Victoria Cross Holders[edit]

Twenty Old Harrovians have been awarded the Victoria Cross:[2]

Crimean War[edit]

Second Opium War[edit]

First Ashanti Expedition[edit]

Zulu War[edit]

Sudan Campaign[edit]

South African War[edit]

Third Somaliland Expedition[edit]

First World War[edit]

Second World War[edit]

George Cross Holder[edit]

  • Lt. Ellis Edward Arthur Chetwynd Talbot

Church[edit]

Arts[edit]

Writers[edit]

Visual arts[edit]

Theatre/Film[edit]

Music[edit]

Sciences[edit]

Sports[edit]

Business[edit]

Law[edit]

Other Nobility[edit]

Other[edit]

Old Harrovians in fiction[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Greacen, Lavinia (1991). Chink: A Biography. London: Papermac. p. 20. ISBN 978-0-333-55693-1. 
  2. ^ Harrow School website: History
  3. ^ Sir John George Smyth, (1963), The Story of the Victoria Cross, 1856-1963, page 33 (F. Muller:London)
  4. ^ Harrow School, (1911), The Harrow School Register, 1800-1911, page 209, (Longmans, Green, and Co)
  5. ^ Harrow School, (1911), The Harrow School Register, 1800-1911, page 212, (Longmans, Green, and Co)
  6. ^ Reginald de Courtenay Welch, Harrow School, (1894), The Harrow School Register, 1801-1893, page 208, (Longmans, Green)
  7. ^ Reginald Courtenay Welch, Harrow School, (1894), The Harrow School Register, 1801-1893, page 304, (Longmans, Green)
  8. ^ Reginald Courtenay Welch, Harrow School, (1894), The Harrow School Register, 1801-1893, page 232, (Longmans, Green)
  9. ^ Reginald Courtenay Welch, Harrow School, (1894), The Harrow School Register, 1801-1893, page 445, (Longmans, Green)
  10. ^ Reginald Courtenay Welch, Harrow School, (1894), The Harrow School Register, 1801-1893, page 470, (Longmans, Green)
  11. ^ Reginald Courtenay Welch, Harrow School, (1894), The Harrow School Register, 1801-1893, page 578, (Longmans, Green)
  12. ^ Reginald Courtenay Welch, Harrow School, (1894), The Harrow School Register, 1801-1893, page 551, (Longmans, Green)
  13. ^ Harrow School, (1951), The Harrow School Register, 1885-1949, page 234, (Rivingtons)
  14. ^ Harrow School, (1951), The Harrow School Register, 1885-1949, page 220, (Rivingtons)
  15. ^ Sir John George Smyth, (1963), The Story of the Victoria Cross, 1856-1963, page 159 (F. Muller:London)
  16. ^ Harrow School, (1911), The Harrow School Register, 1800-1911, page 766, (Longmans, Green, and Co)
  17. ^ Harrow School, (1951), The Harrow School Register, 1885-1949, page 281, (Rivingtons)
  18. ^ Harrow School, (1951), The Harrow School Register, 1885-1949, page 277, (Rivingtons)
  19. ^ Harrow School, (1951), The Harrow School Register, 1885-1949, page 205, (Rivingtons)
  20. ^ Harrow School, (1911), The Harrow School Register, 1800-1911, page 708, (Longmans, Green, and Co)
  21. ^ Harrow School, (1951), The Harrow School Register, 1885-1949, page 564, (Rivingtons)
  22. ^ Parkes, Kenneth (1989). "In Memoriam: James Bond". The Auk 106 (4): 718–70. 
  23. ^ de Lisle, Tim (2003). Wisden Cricketer's Almanack 2003 (140 ed.). Alton, Hampshire: John Wisden & Co. Ltd. ISBN 0-947766-77-4. 

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