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Commemorated Reverends

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  1. Rev Thomas Leslie Birch

    1 plaque in Saintfield High School, Belfast Road

  2. Rev Will A. Stephens

    1 plaque in 200 Church St.

  3. Rev William Scoresby (1789 – 1857)

    son of William Scoresby Snr (1760 – 1829)

    1 plaque in Entrance Porch, Bradford Cathedral, 1 Stott Hill

  4. Rev Edward Stone (1702 – 1768)

    1 plaque in Hitchman Brewery, West Street

  5. Rev Dr Henry Duncan (1774 – 1846)

    2 plaques in Dumfries Academy, Academy Street and 5 Church Crescent

  6. Rev P. T. B. 'Tubby' Clayton (1885 – 1972)

    1 plaque in 43 Trinity Square, Tower Hill, Tower Hamlets, EC3

  7. Rev Thomas Bowman Stephenson

    1 plaque in Exton Street

  8. Rev Johannes Elison (1581 – 1639)

    1 plaque in Princes Street

  9. Rev James Wheatley (died 1775)

    1 plaque in Shiki, Princes Street

  10. Rev William D'Oyley (1745 – 1814)

    1 plaque in Orford Place

  11. Rev Francis Close (1797 – 1882)

    1 plaque in St. James’ Square

  12. Rev John Norman

    1 plaque in Unitarian Chapel, Dampiet St

  13. Rev Joseph Dunn (1746 – 1827)

    1 plaque in Fox Street

  14. Rev Charles Lutwidge Dodgson (1832 – 1898)

    1 plaque in 11 Sussex Square

  15. Rev Kenneth Hunt (1884 – 1949)

    1 plaque in St. Mark's Church, Chapel Ash

  16. Rev Robert Hunter (1823 – 1897)

    1 plaque in Forest Villa, 7 Staples Road

  17. Rev Theodore Bayley Hardy VC DSO MC (1863 – 1918)

    1 plaque in Barnfield Road

  18. Rev John Michell FRS (1724 – 1793)

    1 plaque in Thornhill Parish Church, Church Ln, Thornhill

  19. Rev Brian S. O'Gorman (1910 – 1991)

    1 plaque in Beckminster Church, Birches Barn Road

  20. Rev Josiah Pullen

    1 plaque in Cuckoo Lane

  21. Rev John Poole

    1 plaque in Enmore School

  22. Rev Thomas Woodrow

    grandfather of Woodrow Wilson (1856 – 1924)

    1 plaque in 83 Warwick Road

  23. Rev Thomas Chamberlain

    1 plaque in New Inn Hall Street

  24. Rev Percy Wildrington

    husband of Enid Stacy (1868 – 1903)

    1 plaque in St James' Church, Calderbrook

  25. Rev Patrick Brontë (1777 – 1861)

    father of Charlotte Brontë (1816 – 1855)

    father of Emily Brontë (1818 – 1848)

    father of Anne Brontë (1820 – 1849)

    father of Maria Brontë (1814 – 1825)

    father of Elizabeth Brontë (1815 – 1825)

    5 plaques in The Salutation, Boundary Street West, Bronte cottage, Bronte Rd, Clough House, Halifax Road, Hightown, Haworth Church (interior), Main Street, and Graveyard, Haworth Church, Main Street

  26. Rev Sabine Baring-Gould (1834 – 1924)

    1 plaque in Bridge Street

  27. Rev St John Groser (1890 – 1966)

    1 plaque in 2 Butcher Row, Limehouse, E14

  28. Rev John Thayer (1755 – 1815)

    1 plaque in 34 Patrick Street, Newtown

  29. Rev Dr John Clifford CH (1836 – 1923)

    1 plaque in The John Clifford School, Nether Street

  30. Rev William White DD (1748 – 1836)

    1 plaque in 3rd and Walnut St

  31. Rev George Holden (1783 – 1865)

    1 plaque in St Andrews Parish Church Vicarage, Damfield Lane

  32. Rev Joseph Frederick Parsons

    1 plaque in ?

  33. Rev Peter Stanford (1860 – 1909)

    1 plaque in Highgate Baptist Church, Conybere Street, Highgate

  34. Rev John Angell James (1785 – 1859)

    1 plaque in Moseley School, Wake Green Road, Moseley

  35. Rev John "Jack" Henry Yates (1828 – 1897)

    1 plaque in 3605 W. Dallas Street

Related Roles

  1. Very Reverend Professor

  2. Reverend Canon

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