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Canterbury School

ROUTLEDGE, Charles Francis (1838 - 1904), Hon. Canon of Canterbury from 1879; Hon. Secretary of Canterbury Church Schools Association

MACLEAR, George Frederick (1833 - 1902), Warden of St Augustine’s College, Canterbury; Hon. Canon of Canterbury; Headmaster King’s College School, London (retired)

PHILLIPS, Anthony Charles Julian (born 1936), Headmaster, King’s School, Canterbury, 1986–96

ROBERTS, Peter John Martin (born 1963), Headmaster, King’s School, Canterbury, since 2011

THOSEBY, William Martin (1901 - 1959), Headmaster, St Edmund’s School, Canterbury, since 1945

Master Stephen Langton, Future Archbishop of Canterbury: The Paris Schools and Magna Carta

PARKER, Becky (born 1960), Director, Langton Star Centre, Simon Langton Grammar School for Boys, Canterbury, since 2008

SCOTT, Robert Julian (1861 - 1930), sometime Fellow University, NZ; Professor Emeritus and Director of the School of Engineering, Canterbury College, University, NZ, 1888–1922

NICHOLSON, Sydney Hugo (1875 - 1947), Doctor of Music, Canterbury, 1928; Founder and Director of the Royal School of Church Music since 1927

Carey, George Leonard (born 1935), Royal Victorian Chain, 2002; PC 1991; Archbishop of Canterbury, 1991–2002; Chancellor, London School of Theology, 2005–14

THOMAS, William Ceidrych (1850 - 1937), Rector of Northbourne since 1896; Rural Dean of Sandwich; Hon. Canon of Canterbury; Chairman of the Sandwich District Education Committee, of the Governors of Sir Rodger Manwood’s School, Sandwich, and of the Managers of Northbourne School, etc

KNIGHT, Gerald Hocken (1908 - 1979), ADCM; Director of the Royal School of Church Music, 1952–72 (Associate-Director, 1947–52); Overseas Commissioner of the Royal School of Church Music, 1973–78; Hon. Organist to Archbishop of Canterbury, since 1953

APPLEYARD, (William) James (born 1935), Dean of Clinical Sciences, Kigesi International School of Medicine, Uganda, 2000–04; Consultant Paediatrician, 1971–98, Hon. Consultant Paediatrician, 1998–99, and Clinical Director, Paediatric Directorate, 1992–98, Kent and Canterbury Hospitals NHS Trust (formerly Canterbury and Thanet Health District)

HARLOW, Frederick James (died 1965), Hon. Member and Past President, Association of Principals of Technical Institutions; Past Chairman of Council, Association of Technical Institutions; Chairman, Examinations Board. Member, Council, Executive, Policy and Overseas Committees, City and Guilds of London Institute; Hon. Secretary, Canterbury and District Branch, Gideons International; Member: Executive Committee, Sudan United Mission; Governing Body, Simon Langton Schools, Canterbury; Canterbury Technical College; Visitor, General Optical Council; Past Member: Burnham Technical Committee; Council of Overseas Colleges of Arts, Science and Technology; Advisory Committee on Education in the Colonies, Colonial Office

FRANCIS, Norton (1871 - 1939), JP; Director of Pyne, Gould, Guinness, Ltd, Canterbury Frozen Meat Co., Ltd, Mason, Struthers & Co. Ltd, New Zealand Newspapers Ltd, etc.; Chairman NZ School of Agriculture; Member of NZ University Senate; Vice-Consul for the Netherlands; Vice-President of the Associated Chambers of Commerce of the British Empire, 1935–39; Major NZ Forces, retired list, 1924

 

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