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LONGMAN, Gary Leslie (born 1954), Headteacher, King’s (The Cathedral) School (formerly King’s Cathedral School), Peterborough, 1994–2014

MONRO, (Andrew) Hugh (born 1950), educational consultant; Head, Bristol Cathedral School, 2007–08; Founding Principal, Bristol Cathedral Choir School Academy, 2008–09

PEEBLES, James Ross (1909 - 1967), Head Master, The Cathedral School, Hereford, since 1957

HOPEWELL, Alan Francis John (1892 - 1957), Headmaster of Hereford Cathedral School since 1945

DRISCOLL, James (1870 - 1927), Canon of Westminster Cathedral; first Headmaster of the Cardinal Vaughan School

BAXTER, John Stephen (born 1939), Head Master, Wells Cathedral School, 1986–2000

WORLLEDGE, Arthur John (1848 - 1919), Canon and Chancellor of Truro Cathedral; Principal of Divinity School, 1887–1901; Acting Treasurer of Cathedral since 1904

WEBB-JONES, James William (1904 - 1965), Headmaster of the Junior School, Wells Cathedral, Wells, since September 1955

GILLIGAN, Frank William (1893 - 1960), Headmaster, Wanganui Collegiate School, NZ, 1936–54; Lay Canon of Cathedral Church-Wellington

TYNDALE-BISCOE, Cecil Earle (1863 - 1949), late Principal of CMS Schools, Kashmir, N India; retired, 1940; Hon. Canon Lahore Cathedral, 1932; Canon Emeritus, 1942

WATHEN, Julian Philip Gerard (born 1923), Chairman: Hall School Charitable Trust, 1972–97; City of London Endowment Trust for St Paul’s Cathedral, 1983–2002

DANIELL, Edward M. (1864 - 1952), Canon of Westminster Cathedral since 1931; Chaplain to Convent of the Sacred Heart, and High School, at 212 Hammersmith Road, W6

RIVINGTON, Cecil Stansfeld (1853 - 1934), Mission Priest in the Diocese of Bombay; Municipal Commissioner, Gadag Betgeri Municipality; Nominated Member of School Board; Hon. Canon of St Thomas Cathedral, Betgeri, Bombay

 

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Schools established in medieval times or later for the education of choristers of cathedral churches. Most of them also admit other, fee-paying pupils.

Subjects: Christianity.


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