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Robert Steward

(c. 1500—1557) prior and dean of Ely


'Robert Steward' can also refer to...

STEWARD, Godfrey Robert Viveash (1881 - 1969), late the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers

Gascoyne-Cecil, Robert Edward Peter (1916 - 2003), DL, High Steward of Hertford since 1972

ROBERTS, William Quincey (1912 - 1980), JP; DL; Land Steward, Duchy of Cornwall, 1948–77

Steward [name in religion Wells], Robert (d. 1557), prior and dean of Ely

Shirley, Robert Washington (1929 - 2012), PC 1982; DL, High Steward of Norwich Cathedral, 1979–2007, then Emeritus

Manners, John James Robert (1818 - 1906), PC 1852, High Steward of Cambridge Borough; Honorary Colonel 3rd Battalion Leicestershire Regiment (M)

Villiers, George Henry Robert Child (1873 - 1923), DL, JP Oxon, and JP Middlesex; CA Oxfordshire and Middlesex; High Steward of City of Oxford

VII. The Lord Robert Dudley, lord high steward of the university of Cambridge, his arrival & reception there on Saturday 5. August 1564

GILL, Robert Harwar (1877 - 1938), Solicitor; Clerk to the West Riding Justices; Steward of the Manor of Arkendale; Chairman Yorkshire Group of South African War Veterans Association

Runcie, Robert Alexander Kennedy (1921 - 2000), Archbishop of Canterbury, 1980–91; Hon. Assistant Bishop of St Albans, since 1991; High Steward of the University of Cambridge, since 1991

Gascoyne-Cecil, Robert Arthur James (1893 - 1972), late Lt 5th (Res.) Batt. Grenadier Guards; Chancellor, Order of the Garter, since 1960; High Steward of Hertford, since 1947; Chancellor, University of Liverpool, 1951–71; Chairman of the Royal Commission on Historical Monuments, since 1957

Windsor-Clive, Robert George (1857 - 1923), PC; DL, JP, Lord-Lieutenant of Glamorganshire since 1890; High Steward of Cambridge University, 1919; Hon. Colonel of 2nd Glamorganshire Volunteer Artillery since 1890; of 2nd Battalion Worcestershire Regiment since 1891; of 3rd Battalion Welsh Regiment

Gascoyne-Cecil, Robert Arthur Talbot (1830 - 1903), Lord Privy Seal from 1900; High Steward of Westminster from 1900; Chancellor of University of Oxford from 1869; member of Council of King’s College, London; Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports, and Constable of Dover Castle from 1895; High Steward of Great Yarmouth from 1888; Elder Brother of Trinity House from 1886; Hon. Colonel 4th Battalion Bedfordshire Regiment, from 1868 [1st Baron, y s of William Cecil, Lord Burleigh and High Treasurer under Elizabeth, became Secretary of State under her and James I, and then his Lord High Treasurer; 4th Earl was ordered by the Commons to be impeached for high treason for becoming a Roman Catholic, but the prosecution was not proceeded with, 1689; 2nd Marquis became Lord President of the Council, 1858–59]

 
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