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MURRAY WELLS, James Nicholas (born 1983), Industry Head, Retail, Google, since 2013

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

Bathurst, Ralph (1619/1620-1704), dean of Wells and college head

DONOVAN, Desmond Thomas (born 1921), Yates-Goldsmid Professor of Geology and Head of Department of Geology, University College, London, 1966–82; Hon. Curator, Wells Museum, Somerset, 1982–85

de VALOIS, Ninette (1898 - 2001), Founder and Director of the Royal Ballet, 1931–63 (formerly the Sadler’s Wells Ballet, Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, and the Sadler’s Wells Theatre Ballet, Sadler’s Wells Theatre); Founder, 1926 and Head, 1926–70, The Royal Ballet School (originally Academy of Choreographic Art, subseq. The Sadler’s Wells School of Ballet)

WELLER, Thomas Huckle (1915 - 2008), Richard Pearson Strong Professor of Tropical Public Health, Harvard University, 1954–85, Emeritus 1985 (Head, Department of Tropical Public Health, 1954–81); Director, Center for Prevention of Infectious Diseases, Harvard School of Public Health, 1966–81

HIND, Jesse (William) (1866 - 1946), head of firm of Wells and Hind, solicitors, Nottingham; Director of Sherwood Colliery Co., Ltd, Mansfield, and other companies; Hon. Secretary to Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Local Committee, Department of Scientific and Industrial Research, Fuel Research (Coal Survey), 1937–45

 

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