List of Wadham College, Oxford people

A list of Wadham College, Oxford people, including alumni, Fellows, Deans and Wardens of the College. An alphabetical list of alumni of Wadham college can be found here.

Alumni

Academics

Authors, artists, broadcasters and entertainers

Clergy

Politicians and civil servants

Other

Fellows and honorary Fellows

Honorary Fellows

Wardens

The Warden is the college's principal, responsible for its academic leadership, chairing its governing body, and representing it in the outside world. Below is a list of the Wardens of Wadham college in chronological order. Their time in office is given in parentheses.

Deans

Responsible for various aspects of the day-to-day student life of the College, the Dean has authority in matters of discipline concerning the behaviour of individuals or groups. Below is a list of the Deans of Wadham college in chronological order, together with their time in office.

  • John Pitt 1613, 1616–17[2]
  • John Goodridge 1613, 1618[2]
  • Matthew Osborne 1614, 1619[2]
  • Daniel Estcot 1615, Warden 1635–1644[2]
  • Ralph Flexney 1620[2]
  • Alexander Huish 1621[2]
  • Ignatius Jordan 1622[2]
  • Amias Hext 1622–23[2]
  • William Boswell 1624, 1626[2]
  • Francis Strode 1625[2]
  • Gilbert Drake 1627–28[2]
  • William Turner 1629–31[2]
  • John Warren 1632–33[2]
  • Tristram Sugge 1635, 1636[2]
  • Leonard Simons 1637, 1644–1645, 1647[2]
  • Robert Chapline 1638–39[2]
  • Richard Goodridge 1641[2]
  • George Ashwell 1642–43[2]
  • Richard Knightbridge 1646, resigned 1647 and replaced by Leonard Simons[2]
  • Anthony Nourse 1647[2]
  • Samuel Lee 1653[2]
  • John Ball 1659, died 1660 and replaced by William Turges[2]
  • Walter Pope 1660[2]
  • Daniel Estcott 1661[2]
  • Thomas Jeamson 1662, 1667[2]
  • John Chase 1663, 1671[2]
  • Brian Cave 1665, 1668[2]
  • Nathaniel Salter 1669[2]
  • William Thornton 1670[2]
  • George Fletcher 1672, 1676, died 1676 and replaced by William Shortgrave[2]
  • John Ludwell 1673–1674[2]
  • Thomas Lessey 1675[2]
  • Robert Pitt 1677[2]
  • Robert Balch 1678[2]
  • William Latton 1679[2]
  • William Gould 1681[2]
  • George Harding 1683, replaced by Thomas Lyndesay[2]
  • Thomas Pigott 1684[2]
  • Alexander Crooke 1685[2]
  • Thomas Lidgould 1686[2]
  • Thomas Dunster 1687[2]
  • Humphrey Hody 1688[2]
  • Robert Doyley 1689[2]
  • William Hunt 1719[2]
  • John Leaves 1720, 1725, 1727[2]
  • Robert Nash 1721[2]
  • George Bowditch 1722, 1726[2]
  • Philip Speke 1723–24[2]
  • Edwyn Sandys 1728[2]
  • Stopford Jacks c.1925
  • John Frederick Stenning, Warden 1927–1938
  • Maurice Bowra c.1922–1938, Warden 1938–70
  • A.J. Ayer 1945, philosopher
  • John Bamborough 1947–54, founding Principal of Linacre College, Oxford
  • T.J. Binyon ?–1976 & 1980s, literary scholar and writer
  • David Mabberley 1976–82 and 1991–96, botanist and writer
  • James Morwood 2000–2006, Grocyn Lecturer in Classics
  • Robin McCleery ?–2008
  • Paul Martin 2009
  • Andrew Hodges 2011–2014, mathematician and writer
  • Martin Bureau, 2014–2016, Lindemann Fellow and Tutor in Physics, astrophysicist
  • Claudia Pazos Alonso, 2016-2019. Fellow & Tutor in Portuguese.
  • Andrew D Farmery 2019-present, Sir Samuel Scott of Yews Fellow & Tutor in Medicine. Professor of Anaesthetics.

References

  1. "Prof P R Bullock". Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages. University of Oxford. Retrieved 18 November 2017.
  2. Gardine, Robert. The registers of Wadham college, Oxford ... From 1613 to 1871.
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