List of Old Gregorians

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An Old Gregorian, (usually abbreviated OG) is a former member of Downside School, situated near Bath, Somerset, in the United Kingdom.

Alumni are so-named because the school was founded and is still run, to an extent, by monks from the adjoining Benedictine monastery of St Gregory the Great which, since 1814, has been established at Downside Abbey; from 1606 it had been established at Douai in Flanders (today northern France).

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[John Bede Polding]] – first Archbishop of Sydney[27]

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Bibliography[edit]

  • List of Boys at St Gregory's, Downside Abbey, Bath, 1972: covers 1614–1972.
  • List of Boys at St Gregory's: First Supplement, Downside Abbey, Bath, 1983: covers 1967–1982 and lists corrections to the 1972 publication.

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