List of Old Abingdonians

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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. [1]

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Born in the 12th century

Born in the 16th century

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John Roysse

Born in the 17th century

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Sir Edward Turnour

Born in the 18th century

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Sir James Dashwood
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Thomas Fosbroke
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Clement Hue
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Edward Morant

Born in the 19th century

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Nigel Bruce
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William Alder Strange
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Major General Henry Tombs

Born in the 20th century

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Robin Bourne-Taylor
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Kim Darroch
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Chris Dobson
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Michael Grigsby
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Tom Hollander
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Toby Jones
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Nicholas Kay
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Francis Maude
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David Mitchell
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Tim Parker
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Members of the band Radiohead

The symbol + denotes Honorary status.

Born in the 21st century

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References

  1. "Old Abingdonians". Abingdon School.
  2. "Public Service Medal (PSM) recipients". The Age.