Old Abingdonians are former pupils of Abingdon School or, in some cases, Honorary Old Abingdonians who have been awarded the status based on service to the School. The Old Abingdonians also run the Old Abingdonian Club (OA club) which is an organisation hosted by the school. It was founded in 1743.
The symbol + denotes Honorary status.
John Williams is an American composer, conductor and pianist.
John Smyth may refer to:
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Abingdon School is a day and boarding independent school for boys in Abingdon, Oxfordshire, England. The twentieth oldest independent British school, it celebrated its 750th anniversary in 2006. The school was described as "highly selective, strongly academic" in The Tatler School Guide.
Matthew Panting (1682–1738) was a clergyman and Master of Pembroke College, Oxford.
Thomas Tesdale (1547–1610) was an English maltster, benefactor of the town of Abingdon in the English county of Berkshire and the primary founding benefactor of Pembroke College, Oxford.
Rev. George William Hall D.D. (1770–1843) was Master of Pembroke College, Oxford (1809–1843) and Vice-Chancellor of Oxford University (1820–1824).
Cecil Vere Davidge of Little Houghton House DL was a British lawyer and academic, who served as a Fellow and bursar of Keble College, Oxford, and as High Sheriff of Northamptonshire.
Beresford is an English name. It has its roots in the village of Beresford in the parish of Alstonefield, North Staffordshire, or in some cases from Burford, in Oxfordshire. The placenames are derived from the Olde English pre-7th century words "beofor", meaning beaver, plus "forda", a shallow river crossing. The name is known since the 13th century, and may refer to the following notable people:
Sir Justinian Isham IV was the 7th Baronet of Lamport and served in 1776 as High Sheriff of Northamptonshire.
Colwell Brickenden was a Clergyman and Master of Pembroke College, Oxford.
John Ratcliffe or possibly Radcliffe was Master of Pembroke College, Oxford.
John Smyth or Smith was a clergyman and Master of Pembroke College, Oxford.