Royal Grammar School, High Wycombe - Honours Board, 1907-75

University Awards as listed on the Honours Boards in the Queen's Hall

* = State Scholarship (in addition to Open award - abolished after 1962) -      n.b. some amendments taken from the school history                 Last Edited: Monday November 3, 2014 2:10 AM

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Year Name Award Subject University and College Born Died
1907 Watson, Douglas John Open Scholarship Mathematics Cambridge, Clare College. Started at RGS in 1903. Captained school football and cricket XIs. Won Ewelme Exhibition, 1907, then Open Scholarship. Double 1st in Maths, Wrangler in 1912. Educ. Beaconsfield National School. Served in WW1 (RE). Became an actuary, retired 1952. Died 21 March 1964, at bus station on Frogmore, HW, after attending Old Boys' Dinner. Born and lived all his life (except time at Cambridge) in same house in Seer Green. "He loved the Bucks countryside, enjoyed walking - and never took a holiday." (Obit, May 1964 Wyc, p600) 1890 1964
1914 Deane, William Free Studentship Mathematics/Science London, Imperial College. (Not on honours board, but mentioned in school history: "... free studentship as well as other awards" (p68)). Died 20 Mar 1920, flying over NW Frontier. Buried Delhi. Commemorated Delhi Memorial (India Gate) India. Photo of William Deane.

On school website: "RGS 1907-14. He was a prefect, served in the OTC and was awarded a free scholarship to Imperial College of Science after having come second in the county in the Major Scholarship Examinations. Once at Imperial he impressed his old masters and received a mention due to him obtaining a 1st Class in Chemistry in his Part I exams, coming fifth out of ninety students. He soon joined up and was commissioned as a Second Lieutentant into the 9th Battalion, Ox & Bucks Light Infantry before being attached to the 2/4th Norfolks. He soon volunteered for the expanding Royal Flying Corps becoming a pilot and serving on the Western front where he was wounded flying on the 23rd March 1918. During this action he was awarded the Military Cross. After WWI, Deane gained a permanent commission as a Captain in the new RAF. He was sent out to India to fight in the Third Afghan War on the Indian North-West Frontier. During a bombing raid his plane suddenly spun into the ground, killing him and his observer, a man named Gordon. It was reported he was under heavy small arms fire at the time from Afghani tribesmen so it is likely he was hit in the head and killed instantly."
1896 1920
1918 Matthews, Horace Arthur Open Scholarship Arts London, University College. PhD (in Geology?). RGS 1913-18. Acc. the school history (p68), "later became a lecturer in geography at the University." Fellow of the Royal Meteorological Society, 1933. Inns of Court OTC, Berkhamsted, 1918. Flt.Lt. RAF Volunteer Reserve (Meteorological Branch), WW2. Involved in weather forecasting for the RAF Dambuster operation. Born HW, died 2 March 1943 on war service, buried Wycombe Cemetery. His son, David Morling Matthews (1926-90), also attended the RGS and appears further down the Honours Board. Another son, Malcolm S Matthews (1944-51), contributed an interesting article to the 1999 Old Boys Newsletter. 1899 1943
1918 Barrell, Henry Free Studentship Mathematics/Science London, Imperial College. (Not on honours board, but mentioned in school history.) Read physics, specialised in spectroscopy. DSc, ARCS, DIC, FInstP. National Physical Laboratory, 1923-39. Superintendent, metrology division, NPL, from 1953. As at 1957, the UK representative on the International Committee of Weights & measures. Some biog info here. His family living in Chalfont St Peter in 1911 (his father a head gardener). Born in Chester, died in Hounslow. Awarded C.B.E. in 1962. 1900 1972
1919 Seymour, Thomas Kenneth Open Scholarship Arts London, University College. Born in Fingest, died in Wycombe. 1901 1967
1921 Winter, D(ennis?) A Kitchener Scholarship Science(?) Univ attended almost certainly London, Imperial College. PhD, ARCS, DIC, MInstGasE. (Not on honours board, but mentioned in school history.) Technical Staff Officer, Research Laboratories, Radiation Ltd, Aston, Birmingham - with them for 38 years, 1930-68. (Apr 58 Wyc, Sep 62 Wyc, Sep 68 Wyc). Photo in History of Imperial College, London 1907-2007, showing group of Zoroastrians in 1927, page 196. 1903? 1984?
1924 Cutler, Percy James Open Scholarship Science Reading, University College. Subsequently took a degree in Medicine at University College Hospital and became a GP in Northampton. Retired 1968 to Bognor Regis. Gave a cup awarded at speech day for social service. (May 69 Wyc) 1906 1981
1929 Scott, Kenneth Thomas B Wantage Scholarship Science Reading, University College 1911 1990
1932 Lane, TB Open Scholarship Science Reading University    
1933 Cradwick, Cecil Charles Open Scholarship Science Reading University 1915 1991
1935 Essex, Francis (Frank) William Open Scholarship Arts Reading University. Colonial service (from 1941) in Sierra Leone, British Guiana and Rhodesia. Received CMG in the Colonial Honours List (Oct 59 Wyc). Member of the Peace Commission in Rhodesia, 1972 (Spring 72 Wyc) 1916 1995
1936 Goulborn, Sydney Aubrey Open Scholarship Classics Reading University. Local councillor (Labour/Independent), 1950s & 1960s. Mayor of HW 1968, Senior master, head of History at Beaconsfield Secondary Modern School (1963). JP. Wife Peggy taught at school, 1944-46 and son Sydney C Robert Goulborn was an OW (1957-64). (Sep 63 & May 1965 Wyc) 1917 1988
1936 Turner, DS Bursary Natural Sciences London University - did not take up bursary, went as a commoner to Jesus College, Oxford.    
1936 Skipp, Arthur John Open Exhibition English and Latin Cambridge, Emmanuel College. Matric. 1937, BA 1941, MA 1944. Taught at school 1954-80s. Mayor of HW, 1970/71. 1918 1987
1937 Dickinson, Edward J Open Exhibition Chemistry Oxford, Jesus College    
1937 Ripley, Eric Lewis Rectorial Scholarship Science London, Imperial College. Deputy Chief Scientific Officer at Royal Aircraft Establishment (responsible for structural aspects of 'Concorde') (May 70 Wyc) OBE (1955). 1919  
1938 Wickens, Frederick Charles Open Scholarship English and French Cambridge, Jesus College 1920e 2007
1938 Gundry, Richard Mark J Open Scholarship Modern Languages Cambridge, Jesus College. 1921 2000
1938 Oakeshott, Keith Robertson Open Scholarship Classics Oxford, Corpus Christi College. Diplomat. Two years, Moscow, early 1960s. Consul-General, Hamburg, 1962-67. Director of Communications, 1971-74. Awarded CMG, 1967. Father of Matthew Oakeshott, LibDem peer and politician. 1920 1974
1938 Plumridge, Arthur Benjamin Minor Scholarship English and Latin Reading University 1919 2000
1939 Lovell, Eric James Open Scholarship Classics Cambridge, Jesus College. Served in RAF during WW2, "missing presumed killed". Fl/Sergt., RAF Volunteer Reserve, 218 Squadron. Runnymede Memorial. 1921 1943
1940 Thorne, Peter Open Exhibition English Cambridge, Jesus College. BA, Cantab. Served in RAF during WW2, "missing presumed killed". Pilot Officer, RAF Volunteer Reserve, 153 Squadron, bur. Reichswald Forest War Cemetery. 1922 1945
1941 Moore, AD Tancred Studentship Physics (for Medicine) Cambridge, Caius College. RAF doctor (Wing Co), RAF Halton, then San Antonio, Texas. Note in May 1965 Wyc. Son boarded at RGS. 1924  
1942 Crutchfield, David William Henry Open Scholarship* Classics Oxford, Balliol College. As the first pupil of the Tucker era to have won a Balliol classics scholarship, was asked to propose the toast at the Quater-Centenary dinner in 1962. Joined army, became Major. Returned to Oxford to complete his degree. 1949-55, colonial officer, Nigeria. 1955-71, worked for ICI. Then postgraduate course at Durham University, followed by teaching Classics at Northallerton Upper School. 1924 1996
1942 Miller, EJ Open Exhibition Classics Cambridge, Jesus College 1924  
1942 Witney, Donald Roy Open Exhibition English Cambridge, Jesus College. Became headmaster of King Edward VI School, Louth, 1958. (Apr 58, May 65 Wyc) 1923 1987
1942 Wilmott, Leslie G Open Exhibition English Cambridge, Jesus College 1924  
1942 Brotmacher, Leon Entrance Scholarship Medicine London, St Mary's Hospital (University College Hospital, acc. school history). 1948, MO, Somalia. Cardiac dept, Cardiff Infirmary (mid 1950s). 1925  
1942 Shaw, CW Entrance Scholarship Medicine? London, University College Hospital (King's College Hospital, acc. school history) 1923  
1943 Leeser, Hans (John) Alfred B Open Scholarship Classics Oxford, Jesus College. Management adviser on IT, Unilever, London (Sep 64 Wyc) 1925 1998
1943 Wickens, Donald J Open Exhibition English Cambridge, Jesus College. Assistant solicitor, Uxbridge Borough Council; deputy clerk, East Barnet Council, 1958. (OW Newsletter, Dec 07) 1925  
1943 Kingsbury, Kenneth J Entrance Scholarship Medicine London, St Mary's Hospital. Articles written, 1960s and 1970s (St Mary's Hospital, London) 1925 1999
1944 Scally, Patrick J Open Scholarship* Classics Oxford, Balliol College. After Nat,Serv. joined Courtaulds, rejoined them in the 1960s (Sep 68 Wyc) 1927  
1944 Wintsch, Dennis Henry State Scholarship Science Cambridge, Jesus College 1926 2001
1944 Fredericks, Roy J Open Exhibition Classics Cambridge, Jesus College. In 1957 was a solicitor. Attended 2001 Annual OW Dinner. 1926  
1944 Matthews, David Morling Entrance Scholarship Medicine London, University College Hospital (Gold Medallist). MB BS Lond (1949), PhD Sheff (1956), MD Lond (1964), FRCPath (1964), MRCP (1969), DSc Lond (1979), FRCP (1983). Pathologist. Won Fellowes gold medal in medicine in 1947. His father, Horace Arthur Matthews (1899-1943) also appears on the School Honours Board (see above, 1918). 1926 1990
1944 Roith, Oscar Open Exhibition Mathematics and Physics Cambridge, Caius College. Read Mechanical Sciences. President, IME, 1987. 1927  
1945 Heather, Frank James Open Exhibition English Cambridge, Jesus College. MA. RGS 1937-45. RAF service, 1948-50. Worked as a journalist. 1927 2001
1946 Bland, James A State Scholarship Mathematics Cambridge, Selwyn College. (Matric. 1948, may have read Natural Sciences/Physics.) "Due back from Canada in April 1959" (May 59 Wyc) 1928  
1946 Fletcher, Cyril T Open Exhibition Classics Oxford, Christ Church. Senior accountant, Worthing Borough Treasurer's Dept (1950s), Principal Secretary, Coventry (from 1959). (Oct 59 Wyc) Instituted a prize for Latin at the RGS. 1928  
1947 Langston, Sidney J State Scholarship Modern Languages London, University College 1929  
1947 Byrne, DP State Scholarship Classics Oxford, Balliol College 1929  
1947 Ray, Robert? F Open Exhibition Modern Languages Cambridge, Jesus College 1930  
1948 Carter, Pierre James A State Scholarship Modern Languages Reading University 1931 1999
1948 Putnam, William G State Scholarship Classics London, University College. Latin master at Newtown High School, Montgomeryshire; directed archaeological digging, Mid-Wales (May 61 Wyc) 1930  
1948 Peatey, Bernard Colin Open Scholarship* Classics Oxford, Balliol College. Min of Ed, 1956-58+. Head of Special Schools Section, DES, 1986. Son John also an OW. 1931 1997
1948 Butler, MD Open Scholarship* Classics Oxford, Jesus College 1931  
1948 Smith, Peter A Open Exhibition* Classics Cambridge, Jesus College (did not take up his exhibition after completing national service) 1931  
1948 Lang, Richard Open Scholarship Chemistry Oxford, Jesus College 1932  
1948 Fletcher, Brian J Open Exhibition History Cambridge, Sidney Sussex College, read History. Inland Revenue (from 1953 and as at 1967). "National Service (1949-1950), University (1950-1953) Banbury (1953-1957), Romford (1957-1966), Amersham (1966-1999) and Hazlemere (from 1999), from where I can walk (just!) to the school again." (BJF) 1930  
1948 Easton, Michael J Open Scholarship Engineering (Maths/Physics?) London, Queen Mary College 1931  
1948 Harris, Neville W Open Exhibition Physics London, Queen Mary College 1931  
1948 Wilks, David J Open Scholarship Music Durham University. 1st, BMus, FRCO. Lecturer, music, Durham Univ, 1964-70, repetiteur, conductor Sadler's Wells, 1970- (May 70 Wyc) 1931  
1949 Ware, John James B State Scholarship Mathematics Cambridge, Jesus College. Worked for British Transport until a crippling illness took a hold on him (May 61 Wyc, Sep 68 Wyc) 1931 1973
1949 Kenyon, Kenneth State Scholarship Modern Languages Liverpool University 1930 1991
1949 Stansbury, Donald Roy Webster Open Exhibition* English Cambridge, King's College. Read English & History. Teacher and author ('The Lady who Fought the Vikings'). 1931 2009
1950 McIntosh, Andrew Robert Open Scholarship History Oxford, Jesus College. Became Baron McIntosh of Haringey, Labour politician. 1933 2010
1950 Standing, John Open Scholarship Mathematics Cambridge, Trinity Hall. Obituary at Trinity Hall website. 1932 2012
1950 Barr, Anthony Open Scholarship History Bristol University. 1931  
1950 Filby, Noel E State Scholarship Modern Languages Oxford, Jesus College 1931  
1950 Winter, D(avid?) FT Open Scholarship* Mathematics Cambridge, Jesus College 1932 1999?
1950 Zander, Michael Open Exhibition English Cambridge, Jesus College. Triple 1st in Law. Professor of Law, London School of Economics, 1977-1998. 1932  
1950 Jones, MM Open Exhibition Natural Sciences Cambridge, Jesus College 1933  
1951 Kirby, David D Open Foundation S'ship Modern Languages Oxford, Jesus College. Worked for British Railways (Southern Region), based at Dover (May 61 Wyc) 1933  
1951 Mole, Adrian L State Scholarship History London, University College. 1933  
1951 Goodchild, Colin J Open Scholarship* Mathematics Cambridge, St John's College. 1st in Maths. Taught in schools, then Regent Street Polytechnic [University of Westminster]. (OW Newsletter, Dec 07) 1934 2007
1951 Walker, Malcolm G Open Scholarship Modern Languages Cambridge, Jesus College. Russian translator, after degree in Mod.Lang., obtained a 1st in Botany and Zoology. In 1969 working for a MSc in Entomology (May 1965 Wyc, May 69 Wyc). 1935  
1951 Westney, (Kenneth John) Paul Open Scholarship Classics Cambridge, Jesus College. Flying Officer, RAF, 1957 (short service). Linguistics expert & author. Also, banking, followed by a teaching diploma, then classics master at Westminster Abbey School (1962) and Northampton GS (1964). May 62 Wyc. Brother MEW Westney (RGS 1940-47) worked with Inland Revenue, later studied theology. 1934  
1952 Crowther, Michael A State Scholarship Classics Cambridge, Jesus College. Went into insurance, in various locations around world, inc. Afghanistan. Brother of DN Crowther (see 1955 entry). (May 1965 Wyc) 1934  
1952 White, DJ State Scholarship Classics Cambridge, Downing College 1934  
1952 Knock, Barry A State Scholarship Mathematics London, Imperial College 1934  
1952 James, Keith State Scholarship Modern Languages Cambridge, Jesus College. Degree in Mod Lang, worked for Cooper, McDougall and Robertson, then to Colombia as Sales Manager from 1963. (Sep 63 Wyc & OW Newsletter, May 06) 1934 1995
1952 Hall, Peter CS State Scholarship Geography Cambridge, Jesus College. (Email address on OB Database.) 1934  
1952 Hester, David A Open Exhibition Classics Cambridge, Jesus College. Professor of Classics, Lincoln College, Adelaide, Australia for 46 years. 1934 2013
1952 Kirwan, Paul Open Exhibition Modern Languages Cambridge, Jesus College. (OW Newsletter, May 06) 1933  
1952 Hall, Eric Choral Exhibition   Oxford, Exeter College. Fl/Lt, CO of RAF Riyan, Aden, 1964. In 1967, pilot for Trans World Airlines (USA). (Sep 58 Wyc, May 1964 Wyc, May 67 Wyc). Lives Camano Island, Washington State, USA. 1934  
1953 Hussein, Ali Faisal Open Exhibition Natural Sciences Oxford, Balliol College. Read Medicine, qualified as doctor. Worked at WHO, Geneva, Switzerland. Obit here. 1934 2006
1953 James, Peter W Open Scholarship* Mathematics Cambridge, Jesus College. In 1957 awarded the Keller Prize by the university for outstanding work. 1936  
1953 Windsor, Philip Open Postmastership* History Oxford, Merton College. Degree in History, BPhil in European History. Graduate scholarship, Free University, Berlin. Broadcast on Germany on Home Service (May 1964 Wyc). Reader in International Relations, LSE, author of Czechoslovakia 1968 with co-author Adam Roberts (amongst other titles). (May 69 Wyc). Obituary in the Guardian, 24 June 2000. 1935 2000
1953 Sinnatt, Brian State Scholarship History Cambridge, Sidney Sussex College. Worked for Shell (from 1959) in Guyana, Uganda, Tanganyika and Ethiopia (Sep 62 Wyc, May 69 Wyc). "After reading History at Cambridge and two years National Service in the army, I spent the next 32 years working with the Shell Group of Companies around the world. I lived in Uganda, Tanzania, Guyana, Ethiopia, Puerto Rico, Uruguay and The Netherlands... retired." (OB Database) 1935  
1954 Sherlock, Geoffrey Open Scholarship Geography Leeds University. Research in glacial land-form, McGill University, Montreal, Canada. Taught at Rotherham GS (4 years), then from 1963 Produced Programmer Assistant, School Broadcasting (Sound) for Geography. (Sep 63 Wyc) Leeds University (Geography Hons), McGill Subarctic Research Lab. Schefferville, P Quebec. Leeds U. PGCE, teaching 1959-63, BBC Schools Radio Producer/Editor, presnter 1963-1991, FRGS 1975-present, RGS Award for services to education 1985, member of Council of Geography Association 1980-1989, Treasurer of Council of British Geography 1985-1988. (OB Database) 1936  
1954 Barwell, Richard D State Scholarship Modern Languages Leeds University 1935  
1954 Booth, William A State Scholarship History Oxford, Balliol College 1936  
1954 Griffiths, DJ Meyricke Exhibition* Natural Sciences Oxford, Jesus College 1936  
1954 Handscombe, Richard James State Scholarship English Cambridge, Jesus College. Pilot Officer, RAF. 1950s/1960s English School, Istanbul, 3 years, associate organiser, Nuffield Foreign Language project; From 1968, Professor of English at Glendon College, York University, Canada. Links: 1, 2, 3. 1935 2005
1954 Jones, (Geraint Dyfed) Barri Welsh F'ndation S'ship* Classics Oxford, Jesus College. Son of Emlyn & Phyllis Jones, elected to Rome Scholarship for Classical Studies, 1959. 1936 1999
1954 Keeling, Charles Peter Open Exhibition (Rustat) Classics Cambridge, Jesus College. 1936 1993
1954 Lomas, Robert E Open Exhibition Modern Languages Cambridge, Downing College 1936  
1954 Maunder, Charles Richard Francis Open Scholarship* Mathematics Cambridge, Jesus College. In 1958 awarded the Keller Prize by the university for outstanding work. Emeritus Fellow (1964) in Mathematics, Christ's College, Cambridge; author of books on mathematics and music/musicology under the name Richard Maunder. 1937  
1954 Simmons, Maurice O State Scholarship Mathematics Oxford, Balliol College. After Oxford (read maths), emigrated to Canada. went to London, Ontario, actuarial student with Northern Life Assurance Co. 1936  
1954 Warner, Geoffrey Open Scholarship* History Cambridge, Sidney Sussex College. Did postgraduate work at Sciences Po in Paris. Taught at a number of universities – Reading, ANU (the Australian National University in Canberra), Hull, Leicester and the Open University. Latterly Fellow in Modern History, Brasenose College, Oxford, and history professor. Now retired. 1937  
1955 Bates, George E State Scholarship Modern Languages Cambridge, Jesus College (1958-61) after two years' national service. Joined British Glues and Chemicals Ltd from university, company secretary 1961-9. Moved to Croda's Head Office after company takeover, based in Yorkshire. Appointed Director of company in 1971, remaining Director and Secretary until retirement in 1991. 1938  
1955 Chamberlin, Paul Anthony Open Scholarship* Modern Languages Cambridge, Jesus College 1938  
1955 Crowther, D(erek?) N State Scholarship Mathematics Cambridge, Jesus College. In 1965 working for an electronics firm, Nova Scotia. Brother of MA Crowther (see 1952 entry). (1965 May Wyc) 1937  
1955 Gordon, AJ State Scholarship Natural Sciences Cambridge, Jesus College. 1965, manager of the British Rope Plant, Philippines (1965 May Wyc) 1936  
1955 Jago, David Mansfield Open Major Scholarship English Cambridge, Jesus College. 1965, received PhD, Leicester Univ, went to Univ of Strathcyde, Glasgow. After taking early retirement from Strathclyde University in 1998, spent 7 years teaching English as a foreign language in Slovakia, Estonia and Bulgaria. Retired to Glasgow. 1938  
1955 Jones, RF State Scholarship French and Latin Oxford, Exeter College. Read Geography. RAF nat service in Hong Kong. Apr 58 Wyc. 1937  
1955 Speight, John H Open Exhibition* Mathematics and Physics Cambridge, Jesus College (school hist says Jesus College, Oxford?!). Studied for HNC in Mechanical Engineering with Phillips. 1938  
1956 Cullen, GA State Scholarship Botany and Zoology London, Royal Veterinary College. Captain of the Riding School. (May 59 Wyc) 1937  
1956 Newton, AG State Scholarship Mathematics London, University College    
1956 Slotkin, Philip Maurice Open Scholarship* Modern Languages Cambridge, Jesus College. MA, FIL. Working as a freelance translator, London (from mid-1960s) (Sep 68 Wyc, May 69 Wyc) 1940  
1956 Taylor, GN State Scholarship Mathematics and Physics Oxford, St Catherine's Society 1938  
1956 Vaughan-Rees, Michael H Open Exhibition* Modern Languages Cambridge, St John's College. Taught French in Guernsey and also taught in Algeria (Sep 65 Wyc) 1939  
1957 Briden, James C State Scholarship Mathematics Oxford, St Catherine's Society. RGS 1949-57. 1961, research scholarship, G Univ., Canberra. PhD (May 62, Sep 63, Sep 65 Wycs). Research fellowship, Rhodesia. Research Fellow, Birmingham Univ, then Lecturer, Geophysics, Leeds Univ (Sep 68 Wyc). Emeritus Professor of Geography, Oxford University. Father Henry C T ("Harry") was also at RGS, 1915-22 (born 1905, died 1998). 1938  
1957 Collett, Roger J State Scholarship Classics Cambridge, St John's College. Lecturer, Fourah Bay College, Freetown, Sierra Leone (1964). (May 67 Wyc). 1940  
1957 Cunnold, Derek Martin Open Scholarship* Mathematics Cambridge, St John's College. Studied Mechanical Sciences. PhD (Aeronomy), Cornell University. Professor of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences for 27 years, Georgia Institute of Technology. Died whilst playing tennis. 1940 2009
1957 Hardy, Brian J State Scholarship Mathematics London, Imperial College. Retired after completing revision of a standard electrical engineering text book "Transmission and Distribution Electrical Engineering", jointly with original author CR Bayliss. Member of IEE. 1939  
1957 Jarman, M Open Exhibition* Chemistry Cambridge, Jesus College. PhD, Chemistry, Cambridge (1965). Worked on cancer research, Chester Beatty Research Institute (1968) (May 70 Wyc) 1940  
1957 King, Alan F Open Exhibition* Classics Cambridge, Jesus College. Head boy - drowned while bathing in Germany before going up to Cambridge. 1940 1958
1957 Nash, David P State Scholarship Mathematics Cambridge, Jesus College but actually went to Kings College, London. BSc (Mechanical Engineering) 1958 - 1961 Joined GEC group (D Napier & Son) as Grad Apprentice, then marine diesel specialist until 1969. Work on naval boats, Norway, USA, Phillipines, etc. Joined computer industry 1969 (IBM) as trainee sales rep - 24 years. Early retirement 1993. Part-time sales training coach with IBM. 1940  
1957 Sutton, Donald S State Scholarship Modern Languages Cambridge, Downing College. First in Chinese. PhD, Cambridge, 1971. (Sep 62 Wyc) Went to Columbia University. Professor of Chinese history at Carnegie Mellon Univ. 1938  
1957 Williams, John Charles State Scholarship Mathematics London, Queen Mary College. Member of IEE. BSc(eng); PhD, Electronics research and management. County bridge player. Further details of his working life in the 2002 Old Boys Newsletter. Awarded OBE, 1997, Chief exec. Inst of Electrical Engineers, for services to electrical engineering. 1938  
1957 Freeth, John W J State Scholarship Mathematics London, King's College. Maths degree, went to IBM, Systems Analyst. (Sep 64 Wyc). 1938  
1958 Burrows, Edward W Open Exhibition* Classics Cambridge, Jesus College 1941  
1958 Date, Christopher J Open Exhibition* Mathematics Cambridge, Jesus College 1941  
1958 Dell, Simon C State Scholarship Mathematics Cambridge, Jesus College 1940  
1958 Knowles, William A C State Scholarship Classics Cambridge, Jesus College. Worked for a firm of solicitors in London (May 63 Wyc) 1941  
1958 Nuthall, Richard James State Scholarship Classics Cambridge, Jesus College 1940  
1958 White, RHS State Scholarship Mathematics Cambridge, Downing College 1940  
1958 Williams, SC State Scholarship Classics London, King's College. 1939  
1959 Baker, John P Open Scholarship* Natural Sciences Cambridge, St John's College. PhD in Biochemistry, Univ of East Anglia (Sep 63 Wyc), lecturer in Saudi Arabia (May 1970 Wyc) 1942  
1959 Barber, JR Open Exhibition* Mathematics Cambridge, St John's College 1942  
1959 Baxter, SP Open Scholarship* Natural Sciences Cambridge, Jesus College 1942  
1959 Bond, DH State Scholarship Mathematics London, King's College. Studied Engineering. Nickname "Badger". 1941  
1959 Bramley, Hugh Christopher State Scholarship Mathematics and Physics Cambridge, St John's College 1940  
1959 Craft, David J State Scholarship Physics London, Imperial College 1942  
1959 Davies, David P State Scholarship History and English Cambridge, Selwyn College. Read law at Selwyn, matric. 1961. 1942  
1959 Fowler, AM Open Exhibition* Natural Sciences Cambridge, Jesus College. Research, Dept of Botany, Reading Univ (1964-67). PhD. Working at Nigerian Agricultural Institute (ground nuts) (Sep 68 Wyc, May 69 Wyc). 1941  
1959 Garland, John R State Scholarship English and History Birmingham University 1941  
1959 Grainge, Alan State Scholarship Classics London, King's College. Teaching in Italy in 1965. (May 63 Wyc) 1940  
1959 Green, Roger PH Domus Scholarship* Classics Oxford, Balliol College. Won the Chancellor's Prize for Latin verse, 1962. Professor of Humanity (Latin), Glasgow University, author. 1943  
1959 Johnson, Laurence G J State Scholarship Mathematics Bristol University 1941  
1959 King, David A Open Exhibition* Mathematics Cambridge, Jesus College. On OB database (lives in Frankfurt, Germany). BA & MA (Oxford, maths), Dip. Ed. (Oxford), PhD (Yale, near eastern languages & literature, 1970s). Latterly professor of History of Science and Director of the Institute for the History of Science, Johann Wolfgang Goethe University, Frankfurt am Main (from 1985 to retirement in 2007). Full academic CV given at the link (see left). 1941  
1959 Parkins, JR State Scholarship Mathematics and Physics London, King's College 1940  
1959 Swift, MG State Scholarship History and Geography Leeds University. Post-grad at Leicester (1963) 1940  
1959 Taylor, Patrick Anthony Open Scholarship* Classics Cambridge, Selwyn College. Taught Classics at RGS 1966-71, and was in charge of hockey. Left for Whitgift School, Croydon. Works as an educational services consultant in Croydon, Surrey. 1942  
1959 Vickers, James A State Scholarship Mathematics London, Imperial College. On OB database. 1941  
1959 Waller, Christopher D Open Exhibition* French and German Cambridge, St John's College. Research Scholarship. ("At Rolls Royce", acc. Sep 63 Wyc, but this appears to be an error and it was actually WR Waller who was at RR.) 1942  
1959 Williams, MK State Scholarship Mathematics London, Imperial College 1940  
1959 Wilson, Peter John Open Scholarship* Mathematics Cambridge, Selwyn College. Structural Engineering at Cambridge, open-cast mining, Fife (1962-65). Son of RGS maths mistress Mrs Doris Wilson. His younger brothers Robin and Anthony also attended the RGS. 1943  
1959 Wood, MB Open Exhibition* Classics Cambridge, Jesus College. Read Law, qualified as a solicitor (Sep 67 Wyc) 1942  
1959 Wordie, JR Open Exhibition History Cambridge, Queens' College    
1960 Barratt, Brian A Open Scholarship* Arts (English, History & Geography) Leeds University. Graduated 1963 (Sep 63 Wyc) 1941  
1960 Buckley, Brian N State Scholarship Classics Cambridge, Jesus College. Member of the Society of St Radegund (Jesus College, Cambridge), 2013. 1943  
1960 Camp, John E Welsh F'ndation Schol* Modern Languages Oxford, Jesus College. Master at school 1967-68 before leaving to research Hospital Admin. Governor 1977-81. Campanologist. (OW Newsletter, Dec 07) 1944  
1960 Cox, David R Open Exhibition* Modern Languages Cambridge, Jesus College. Law Part 1 tripos, 2-1. 1944  
1960 Ellis, Helena Anne Open Exhibition* Classics Oxford, St Anne's College. Only girl ever to attend the school. Married an OW, Jeremy Janes, and they emigrated to California (mid -1960s). 1942  
1960 Hammett, Robin W State Scholarship Modern Languages Cambridge, St John's College. 2.1, French & German. Dip. Ed., Balliol College, Oxford (c1965), taught German in Plymouth (1965-67), teaching in Uganda (1968). School of Oriental and African Studies, London, 1972. (May 65 Wyc, Sep 64 Wyc, May 68 Wyc, May 69 Wyc, Spr 72 Wyc) 1943  
1960 Herring, John RH State Scholarship Physics and Mathematics London, University College. 1st in physics and PhD, from UCL. Naval Research, Laboratory (1968). Space research, Birmingham University (1970s) (May 67 Wyc) 1942  
1960 Maunder, Edward AW Open Scholarship* Mathematics Cambridge, Jesus College. Mechanical engineering. Honorary fellow, Exeter University. 1942  
1960 May, Dudley P/J State Scholarship Mathematics and Science London, Imperial College. Did research at Imperial, leading to PhD. Worked for Perkin Elmer AG in Switzerland (from 1966). Cross-country runner (May 1964 Wyc, May 69 Wyc) 1941  
1960 Morley, NA State Scholarship Mathematics London, King's College 1943  
1960 Nicholls, Derek H State Scholarship Mathematics Oxford, Lincoln College 1941  
1960 Pearson, Richard M State Scholarship Science (Medicine) Cambridge, Caius College. Went thereafter to St Mary's Hospital. Surgery at Cambridge. 1943  
1960 Smith, John Owen State Scholarship Mathematics and Science London, Imperial College. BSc, Chemical Engineering. Historian, author, poet, playwright and publisher. 1942  
1960 Stratford, David K State Scholarship Mathematics Cambridge, Selwyn College. Read Economics. Head Boy, RGS (at time of HM Queen's visit in 1962). 1943  
1960 Walker, Gregory PM Open Exhibition* Modern Languages Cambridge, Selwyn College. Librarian and author ('Russian for Librarians'). Retired from Bodleian in 2002, now a freelance library management consultant, running a project involving 20 major UK libraries cooperating over the support of research in Russian and East European studies. 1942  
1960 Waller, WR State Scholarship Mathematics Cambridge, St John's College. Graduated in Mechanical Sciences, went to Rolls Royce. HND Civil Engineering (May 1965 Wyc); son of H W A Waller (RGS 1922-29), C.S.M., O.T.C., government engineer, Tanganyika (May 61 Wyc) 1941  
1960 Ashburner, Michael Open Exhibition Natural Sciences Cambridge, Churchill College. Emeritus Professor of Genetics at Cambridge. FRS. 1942  
1961 Rothwell, Richard Ian Open Scholarship Medicine London, Middlesex Hospital Medical School. (May 63 Wyc) National Cancer Alliance (1998-2001). 1942  
1961 Bowen, Paul David Open Scholarship* History Oxford, Wadham College. Captain, Wadham Boat Club, 1964/65. Director of Business Development, The Open University (1990s). 1943  
1961 Bristow, Peter H W State Scholarship Classics Aberdeen University, King's College. Archaeologist. 1943  
1961 Culley, David S State Scholarship Mathematics Cambridge, Selwyn College. Read Mechanical Sciences. West Riding County Council. (May 69 Wyc) 1944  
1961 Dingle, Anthony E State Scholarship* English and History Nottingham University. Taught 1964-65, then doctorate at LSE. Tutor in Economic History at Monash Univ, Victoria, Australia, 1968 (May 69 Wyc) Now Honorary Professor, Dept of Economics, Monash University. Biog of Tony Dingle. 1942  
1961 Farmer, Colin Harvey Open Scholarship* Classics Oxford, University College. Died in a climbing accident in Switzerland. Obit, May 1965 Wyc. 1944 1964
1961 Findlay, Peter J A Open Exhibition* Modern Languages Cambridge, Jesus College. Read Mod Lang, acted in university drama. (May 63 Wyc). PhD, German, University of East Anglia. Lecturer in German, administrator, University of Portsmouth (1968-2004). Now a quality assurance in education consultant. 1944  
1961 Hedges, Robert Ernest Mortimer Open Exhibition* Natural Sciences Cambridge, St Catharine's College. 1st in Chemistry, fellow in 1967. PhD, Physical Chemistry. Archaeologist and academic. Professor of Archaeological Science, Oxford University. 1944  
1961 Hudson, Peter Charles Rhodes State Scholarship* Mathematics Cambridge, Peterhouse. Sep 64 Wyc. 1944  
1961 Hume, John B Open Exhibition* History Oxford, Magdalen College. Lives in NSW, Australia. Previously Executive Officer, New South Wales at Australia Arab Chamber of Commerce & Industry; Manager, Alumni Relations at University of New South Wales; Self-employed marketing and strategy consultant. Semi-retired since 2011. 1944  
1961 Keeley, Roger A State Scholarship* Mathematics and Natural Sciences London, King's College. 1st in Chemistry & Physics. Working on PhD and research at Aldermaston (1969). (May 1965 Wyc, May 69 Wyc) 1942  
1961 Scruton, Roger Vernon Open Scholarship* Natural Sciences Cambridge, Jesus College. Fellow, Peterhouse, Moral Philosophy (1960s). English philosopher, author and academic. 1944  
1961 Blyth Ian A Open Exhibition English Oxford, Lincoln College. Master at school, 1965-2003. 1943  
1961 Simons, Michael D Open Exhibition English Oxford, Jesus College 1944  
1961 Smyth, Robert L Open Scholarship English Oxford, Wadham College. Retired journalist, author and lecturer. 1944  
1962 Brindley, Bernard J State Scholarship Mathematics London, King's College. On OB Database. 1944  
1962 Clegg, Roger A Open Scholarship* Natural Sciences Cambridge, Jesus College 1946  
1962 Davies, Paul G State Scholarship History and English Cambridge, Selwyn College 1943  
1962 Day, Colin L State Scholarship Physics Oxford, St Edmund Hall. Was advertising manager for the university newspaper whilst at Oxford. (1964 photo). PhD and lecturer in Economics, Stirling University, then Economics Editor, Cambridge University Press. 1988, director of University of Michigan Press. Became president of Association of American University Presses. 1944  
1962 Harbinson, Robert J State Scholarship Natural Sciences Cambridge, Corpus Christi College 1944  
1962 Ludgate, Alan Templeton State Scholarship Mathematics Cambridge, Selwyn College. Wrangler, Part 2, Maths. Distinction, Maths III. College lecturer, international chess player (Irish champion) 1945  
1962 Puddephatt, Richard J State Scholarship Mathematics and Science London, University College. PhD, lecturer (Chemistry), Liverpool University (1972). Later Professor of Chemistry, University of Western Ontario. Order of Canada, FRSC, FCIC. World expert on gold and platinum chemistry. 1943  
1962 Rogers, Christopher J T Open Scholarship* Classics Oxford, Pembroke College 1944  
1962 Sansom, Keith G State Scholarship Science and Mathematics Leeds University. Chemical Industry. PhD. RGS 1954-62. Migrated to Sydney, taken Australian citizenship, returned to UK, having done a Management Buy-in of BIP (British Industrial Plastics), planning to return to Oz. 1943  
1962 Swain, Christopher State Scholarship French and History London, University College. Worked for BP (Sep 65 Wyc, Sep 68 Wyc) 1943  
1962 Ward, John R Open Exhibition History Oxford, Balliol College. 1st in History. Research on early history of Canada. 1946  
1962 Laskey, Ronald A Open Scholarship Zoology Oxford, Queen's College. FRS, CBE. Emeritus Professor of Animal Embryology, Cambridge. 1945  
1962 Myant, Christopher Nicolas Open Scholarship History Oxford, Balliol College. Equality and Human Rights Commission. 1945  
1962 Shelton, Peter MJ Open Scholarship Biology St Andrew's University. 1st, best zoologist 1967, studied for PhD (May 67 Wyc, Sep 68 Wyc) Retired, 2013, after 32 years at Dept of Biology, Leicester University. 1944  
1963 Myerscough, Colin J Open Scholarship Mathematics and Physics Cambridge, Churchill College. Senior Wrangler (i.e. top First) in Mathematics, PhD. Former Fellow, Churchill College. Civil servant from 1970s, latterly senior official in the Ministry of Justice. 1947  
1963 Grieve, John Open Scholarship Biology Cambridge, Corpus Christi College 1945  
1963 Dunbar, Guy MK Open Exhibition English Cambridge, Christ's College. Taught English at Arthur Mellows Village College, Peterborough (2005). Author of English school textbooks. Name now Guy Godbeer-Dunbar. 1945  
1963 Snelling, Richard C Open Demyship History Oxford, Magdalen College. Research into imperialism (1968). Commonwealth scholarship, Canberra (1970); D.Phil., Oxford (1972). 1946  
1963 Farmer, Peter B Open Scholarship Natural Sciences Oxford, Lincoln College. 1st, Chemistry. DPhil, Oxford (Sep 68 Wyc). Professor of Cancer Biomarkers, University of Leicester. 1947  
1963 Ferguson, Michael R Open Exhibition Modern Languages Oxford, Jesus College. Dip. Ed. Teaching in Germany (from 1968) (May 69 Wyc). Continued to live in Germany working on publishing school books. 1945  
1963 Dingle, Alan W Open Scholarship English Oxford, Lincoln College. Degree in English, worked at V&A Museum (May 70 Wyc). 1945  
1963 Seale, Geoffrey M Open Scholarship Botany and Zoology Menzies Bursary in Biology, started at St Andrew's University in 1964. 1945  
1964 Bradley, AJ Open Exhibition English Oxford, Magdalen College 1947  
1964 Carritt, Mark Freeston Scholarship Physics Oxford, University College. Keen cyclist. Mark was a grandson of the distinguished philosopher EF Carritt (1876-1964), and a nephew of the radical activist Bill Carritt. Having matriculated at 'Univ' in 1965, he took a 1st in “Honours Mods” in 1966, followed by a 2nd in Natural Science (physics) in 1968. 1946 1975
1964 Havard, John E Open Exhibition Modern Studies Oxford, Pembroke College. Former Head of Gas Policy, Department of Energy and Climate Change; OBE. (May 67 Wyc, May 69 Wyc) 1946  
1964 Jones, Richard C Open Choral Scholarship   Cambridge, Corpus Christi College. Won under-25 solo at Eisteddfod (1965). Solicitor, BP Legal Dept (Sep 72 Wyc) 1946  
1964 Jones, Robert M Open Exhibition English Oxford, Jesus College. 1946  
1964 Mobbs, Michael John Open Exhibition Modern Languages Cambridge, Sidney Sussex College. Went into banking. Captain of school chess team. 1946 2009
1964 Wood, Paul Muir Open Scholarship Natural Sciences Cambridge, Peterhouse. Eldest son of Mrs Winifred Wood, maths mistress at RGS, 1956-65. Brothers David and Robert also attended RGS. Senior lecturer, biochemistry, Univ of Bristol. 1947  
1965 Bissett, Andrew D Open Scholarship Natural Sciences Oxford, Wadham College. In the USA since 1971, for the last 10+ years in Hawaii as a practising psychiatrist. Programme director for a residential treatment programme for the management of post-traumatic stress disorder. 1947  
1965 Bush, Richard W Open Scholarship History Oxford, Jesus College 1947  
1965 Chorley, Stephen Ireland Open Scholarship Classics Oxford, University College. Read Law/PPE, involved in music. (Sep 68 Wyc). Town planning, Kirkcaldy. 1948  
1965 Cutler, George F Open Scholarship English Oxford, Worcester College 1947  
1965 Hedgeland, David R S Open Scholarship Engineering Cambridge, Selwyn College. Read Mechanical Sciences. Represented CU at small-bore rifle. Research fellow, Selwyn (1971). 1948  
1965 Hentall, Ian D Open Scholarship Zoology Leicester University. Research Associate Professor, Department of Neurological Surgery, Miami University. 1948  
1965 Sears, Paul Lindsay Open Scholarship Natural Sciences Cambridge, Jesus College. Read Nat. Sci., BA 1969, MA 1973. Doctorate in the Reactivity of Transition Metals, graduating, PhD in 1974. In the mid-1970s moved to Canada as a researcher at the University of Toronto before joining the Canada Centre for Mineral and Energy Technology. 1949 2012
1965 Simons, K Nicholas Open Scholarship Classics Oxford, Exeter College 1948  
1965 Stenning, Keith Open Scholarship Natural Sciences Oxford, Trinity College (read philosophy & psychology). Cognitive scientist, honorary Professor at the University of Edinburgh. 1948  
1965 Turner, Martin V L Open Douglas Jerrold S. English Oxford, Christ Church. Formerly Director of Assessment Services, Dyslexia Institute. Published poet. 1948 2010
1965 Sworn, Christopher Howard Open Scholarship Natural Sciences Cambridge, Churchill College. Not recorded on school honours board but awarded retrospectively by Churchill. 1st, Part 1b, Nat.Sci. (Sep 66 Wyc, p162, May 67 Wyc, Sep 68 Wyc), 1st Physics. PhD, Metal Physics, Cavendish. Management with RPC Group plc. Since retirement (2010), voluntary training work in Namibia and Zimbabwe. Links: Namibia. 1946  
1966 Burrell, Michael M Open Exhibition Natural Sciences Cambridge, Corpus Christi College. Read botany. Professor of Animal & Plant Sciences, Sheffield University. 1949  
1966 Hickox, Richard Sidney Organ Scholarship   Cambridge, Queens' College. Conductor of classical music. Awarded CBE in 2002. 1948 2008
1966 Mildon, Russell J Open Scholarship Mathematics London, Royal Holloway College. Graduated in Maths & Computer Science. M.Tech. at Brunel University. Ex-Director at European Commission, Directorate General for Agriculture. At European Commission from 1974-2009. Chess player. 1949  
1966 Oliver, Andrew J Open Exhibition Natural Sciences Oxford, Hertford College. 1st in Geography at Oxford. BSc (Bristol) in Chemistry. PhD, Alberta University, Canada. At McMaster's University, Hamilton, Ontario (1972) (Spr 1972 Wyc). Consultant in uranium industry, Toronto, Canada. 1948  
1966 Snodin, David N Open Scholarship English Oxford, Trinity College. Writer, novelist, producer, screen writer, editor. 1948  
1966 Thornton, PR Open Exhibition Natural Sciences Cambridge, Christ's College 1949  
1966 Wood, David Muir Open Scholarship Mechanical Sciences Cambridge, Peterhouse. Dean of Engineering, University of Bristol, 2003 to 2007. From 1995, Professor of Civil Engineering. 1949  
1967 Coniam, Stephen W Open Exhibition Natural Sciences Cambridge, Corpus Christi College 1950  
1967 Hague, William Martin ¶ Choral Exhibition (Classics) Cambridge, Trinity College. Not on the honours board as he was only at the school for one term (1967). Bill Hague was the son of the vicar of High Wycombe, Eric Hague. 1949  
1967 Hills, BP Open Scholarship Natural Sciences Oxford, Wadham College 1949  
1967 Lowe, Mark Julian Open Scholarship Classics Oxford, Balliol College. City financier. 1950  
1967 Miles, MG Open Exhibition Modern Languages Oxford, Trinity College 1949  
1967 Morton, David Open Scholarship Modern Languages Oxford, St Catherine's College 1950  
1967 Robinson, John S Open Exhibition Mathematics Cambridge, St John's College 1949  
1967 Winter, Philip E Open Exhibition Classics Cambridge, Churchill College. Independent diplomat. Awarded OBE in 2004 for services to conflict resolution, Africa. Author, lives in Kenya. 1949  
1968 Arbaney, Alam Open Exhibition Natural Sciences Cambridge, Selwyn College 1950  
1968 Elliott, Ian S Open Exhibition Modern Languages Oxford, St Catherine's College 1952  
1968 Fraser, Peter H Open Exhibition Natural Sciences Cambridge, Jesus College. 1951  
1968 Johnson, Guy F Open Exhibition Natural Sciences Cambridge, Corpus Christi College 1951  
1968 LeMessurier, Andrew P Open Scholarship Engineering Science Oxford, Pembroke College. MA & DPhil (Oxford). Oil & Gas industry. Director, Benthic Geotech Ltd, Australia. 1951  
1968 McColl, Duncan E Open Exhibition Mathematics Cambridge, Selwyn College 1951  
1968 Woolley, Jonathan E Open Scholarship Natural Sciences Cambridge, King's College. Taught in Kenya before going up (May 70 Wyc) 1952  
1968 David, SW Open Scholarship Chemistry London, Imperial College 1951  
1968 Shelton, Graham AB Open Scholarship Biology St Andrew's University. PhD, neurophysiology. Lecturer, Comparative Physiology, Exeter College, Oxford. MD of Oxford PharmaGenesis Ltd. 1950  
1969 Bedwell, Peter J Choral Exhibition   Cambridge, Corpus Christi College 1949  
1969 Cavey, Maurice J Open Scholarship History Oxford, Balliol College 1951  
1969 Hill, Stephen Martin Raymond Open Scholarship Classics Oxford, Pembroke College 1952  
1969 Richards, Peter M Open Exhibition History Cambridge, Emmanuel College. Read Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic, PhD. Fellow, Hughes Hall, Cambridge. Edited CAM (Cambridge University Alumni Magazine) for 13 years. 1951 2009
1969 Smith, Trevor W Open Scholarship Natural Sciences Cambridge, Pembroke College 1950  
1970 Barker, David G Open Exhibition Natural Sciences Cambridge, Trinity College 1953  
1970 Becket, Henry A Choral Exhibition   Cambridge, Caius College. Wrote TV Commercials for over twenty years, then directed them. Lives in Bordeaux. 1953  
1970 Chapman, C John Open Exhibition Mathematics Cambridge, St Catharine's College. 1st in maths, fellow of Christ's. PhD in applied maths at Bristol; professor at Keele University. 1952  
1970 Clarke, Peter L Open Scholarship Natural Sciences Cambridge, Pembroke College 1951  
1970 Costello, Peter M J Open Scholarship Classics Oxford, Brasenose College. In 2013 retired as headmaster of Guildford County School. 1953  
1970 Davison, Roger Open Scholarship Chemistry Oxford, Pembroke College 1952  
1970 Hardy, Christopher D Open Scholarship History Oxford, Balliol College. Degree in Law. Solicitor, partner BPCollins, Gerrards Cross, from 1983. 1953  
1970 Jones, Simon E Open Scholarship Classics Oxford, Balliol College. Degree in Lit Hum (Classics), qualified as barrister. Now lecturing at Birkbeck, London, WEA and Oxford. 1952  
1970 Leegood, Richard C Open Scholarship Natural Sciences Cambridge, Corpus Christi College. PhD (1978). Professor, Animal and Plant Sciences, Sheffield University. 1952  
1970 Morris, Peter G Open Scholarship Natural Sciences Cambridge, Churchill College. Theoretical Physics, PhD, solid state NMR. Professor, Nottingham University. Helped construct world's first whole body MRI scanning system. 1953  
1971 Bell, Graham J E Open Scholarship English Oxford, St Catherine's College 1953  
1971 Burrows, John W Open Scholarship Geography Oxford, Hertford College 1953  
1971 Cole, Ian Open Scholarship Natural Sciences Cambridge, Churchill College 1954  
1971 Crisp, Simon R Open Scholarship Modern Languages Oxford, St Catherine's College. Specialist in Caucasian and Central Asian languages, bible translation. 1954  
1971 Head, Christopher J Open Exhibition History Cambridge, Churchill College. CEO of Meningitis Research Foundation, Bristol. 1953  
1971 Rollason, Christopher R Open Scholarship English Cambridge, Trinity College. Translator at the European parliament (from French, Spanish and Italian to English). 1954  
1971 Tinn, David Stanley Ohn Open Exhibition Natural Sciences Cambridge, King's College. Metallurgy. 1954  
1972 Dicker, Adrian J W Open Exhibition Mathematics Cambridge, St John's College. 1955  
1972 Edwards, DM Open Scholarship Natural Sciences Cambridge, Pembroke College 1955  
1972 Knowles, Kevin M Open Scholarship Natural Sciences Cambridge, Churchill College. Senior University Lecturer, Cambridge University, Department of Materials Science and Metallurgy. Fellow of Churchill College, Cambridge, Director of Studies in Natural Sciences. Editor of the scientific journal Philosophical Magazine. 1955  
1972 Lacey, Richard Charles Open Scholarship Natural Sciences Cambridge, Selwyn College 1953  
1972 Lowe, David A Choral Exhibition English Cambridge, Caius College. Degree in English. Studied singing in Salzburg. Principal, Abbey DLD College, London. 1953  
1972 Smith, MC Open Exhibition Natural Sciences Cambridge, Corpus Christi College 1955  
1972 Sunley, John A Open Exhibition Natural Sciences Cambridge, Pembroke College. Read Social & Political Sciences. Founded Ashton Consulting in 2000, based in Tokyo. 1955  
1972 Underwood, JE Open Exhibition Natural Sciences Cambridge, Clare College 1955  
1972 Walker, APG Open Scholarship Natural Sciences Cambridge, Trinity College 1954  
1973 Austin, PRJ Open Scholarship Natural Sciences Cambridge, King's College 1955  
1973 Gay, Simon M Choral Scholarship   Cambridge, King's College. Soloist (alto, counter tenor). 1956  
1973 Rose, JD Langdon-Brown Sch Natural Sciences Cambridge, Pembroke College 1955  
1973 Shaw, PJ Open Scholarship Natural Sciences Cambridge, Corpus Christi College    
1974 Chadwick, JWM Open Exhibition History and Economics Oxford, Christ Church 1957  
1974 Flint, PJ Open Scholarship French and English Oxford, University College 1956  
1974 Hoddinott, PJ Scholarship Mining Geology London, Imperial College 1957  
1974 Kelly, SM Open Exhibition History Oxford, Christ Church    
1974 MacDonald, FD Langdon-Brown Sch Natural Sciences Cambridge, Corpus Christi College 1956  
1975 Armstrong, Stephen R Organ Scholarship Music Cambridge, Queens' College. Studied the organ under Richard Hickox. Whilst still at school, assistant organist at High Wycombe Parish Church and studied at the Royal College of Music. In 1977 founded the St. Margaret's Singers, in 1979 renamed the Fairhaven Singers. Appointed conductor of the High Wycombe Choral Society and the Felice Orchestra in 1984. In the same year, he also became Chorus Master of the Cambridge Symphony Orchestra Chorus. Later, in 1989 he became the President of the Fairhaven Singers. As well as numerous appearances in Cambridge, he has conducted at the Royal Festival Hall, the Queen Elizabeth Hall, St John's Smith Sqare and in Edinburgh and Oxford. He now performs regularly in the USA and Cambridge, notably at Queens' College. 1957  
1975 Bennett, KD Open Scholarship Natural Sciences Cambridge, Peterhouse    
1975 Cousens, SN Open Exhibition Mathematics Cambridge, St John's College 1957  
1975 Harrison, PJ Open Scholarship Natural Sciences Cambridge, Emmanuel College 1957  
1975 Hopkins, SA Taylor Scholarship Natural Sciences Cambridge, Sidney Sussex College 1956  
1975 Jenkins, AA Scholarship Law Aberystwyth, University of Wales    
1975 Madelin, Robert P Open Scholarship Modern Studies Oxford, Magdalen College. Studied French and History. Director General, Public Health and Consumer Affairs, European Commission (2005). Director-General for Communications Networks, Content and Technology (2012). 1957  
1975 Newton, BR Open Exhibition English Cambridge, Pembroke College 1957  
1975 Suckling, David J Open Exhibition Classics Oxford, University College 1957  
1975 White, CM Open Scholarship Natural Sciences Cambridge, Queens' College 1957  
 

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