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Commemorated Reverends

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  1. Rev Will A. Stephens

    1 plaque in 200 Church St.

  2. Rev William Scoresby (1789 – 1857)

    son of William Scoresby Snr (1760 – 1829)

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

  3. Rev Edward Stone (1702 – 1768)

    1 plaque in Hitchman Brewery, West Street

  4. Rev Dr Henry Duncan (1774 – 1846)

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

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

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

  6. Rev Thomas Bowman Stephenson

    1 plaque in Exton Street

  7. Rev Johannes Elison (1581 – 1639)

    1 plaque in Princes Street

  8. Rev James Wheatley (died 1775)

    1 plaque in Shiki, Princes Street

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

    1 plaque in Orford Place

  10. Rev Francis Close (1797 – 1882)

    1 plaque in St. James’ Square

  11. Rev John Norman

    1 plaque in Unitarian Chapel, Dampiet St

  12. Rev Joseph Dunn (1746 – 1827)

    1 plaque in Fox Street

  13. Rev Charles Lutwidge Dodgson (1832 – 1898)

    1 plaque in 11 Sussex Square

  14. Rev Kenneth Hunt (1884 – 1949)

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

  15. Rev Robert Hunter (1823 – 1897)

    1 plaque in Forest Villa, 7 Staples Road

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

    1 plaque in Barnfield Road

  17. Rev John Michell FRS (1724 – 1793)

    1 plaque in Thornhill Parish Church, Church Ln, Thornhill

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

    1 plaque in Beckminster Church, Birches Barn Road

  19. Rev Josiah Pullen

    1 plaque in Cuckoo Lane

  20. Rev John Poole

    1 plaque in Enmore School

  21. Rev Thomas Woodrow

    grandfather of Woodrow Wilson (1856 – 1924)

    1 plaque in 83 Warwick Road

  22. Rev Thomas Chamberlain

    1 plaque in New Inn Hall Street

  23. Rev Percy Wildrington

    husband of Enid Stacy (1868 – 1903)

    1 plaque in St James' Church, Calderbrook

  24. 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)

    4 plaques in Bronte cottage, Bronte Rd, Clough House, Halifax Road, Hightown, Haworth Church (interior), Main Street, and Graveyard, Haworth Church, Main Street

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

    1 plaque in Bridge Street

  26. Rev St John Groser (1890 – 1966)

    1 plaque in 2 Butcher Row, Limehouse, E14

  27. Rev John Thayer (1755 – 1815)

    1 plaque in 34 Patrick Street, Newtown

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

    1 plaque in The John Clifford School, Nether Street

  29. Rev William White DD (1748 – 1836)

    1 plaque in 3rd and Walnut St

  30. Rev George Holden (1783 – 1865)

    1 plaque in St Andrews Parish Church Vicarage, Damfield Lane

  31. Rev Joseph Frederick Parsons

    1 plaque in ?

  32. Rev Peter Stanford (1860 – 1909)

    1 plaque in Highgate Baptist Church, Conybere Street, Highgate

  33. Rev John Angell James (1785 – 1859)

    1 plaque in Moseley School, Wake Green Road, Moseley

  34. 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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