Old Herefordians' Club
The Alumni Association of
Hereford Cathedral School
John Fawke Skittery OH 1970
John Fawke Skittery was born at Langport, Somerset, in 1907, the son of the Reverend John Martin Skittery, vicar of Long Sutton, near Taunton, Somerse ...
Gary now CEO of Whitehelm Capital was Managing Director of First State Investments, Europe. He joined First State Investments in 2009 and is a member ...
Alex Holmes, OH 1979-1986
Bafta Award winner Alex co-wrote and directed Dunkirk, a three part World War II mini-series for the BBC about the evacuation of allied troops f ...
Arthur Henry Peppercorn, OH, OBE (1889-1951)
Arthur Peppercorn was one of the foremost English railway engineers of the steam age. He was the last Chief Mechanical Engineer of the London and Nor ...
Arthur Machen (OH 1874 - 1878)
ARTHUR MACHEN b. 3.3.1863 d. 15.12.1947Much of the infor mation has been uploaded directly from Wikipedia, whilst this source is believed to ...
Wins Tony Award fir Sound Design on War HorseChris has won the theatrical equivalent of an Oscar during a lavish awards ceremony in New York.Chr ...
Frederick E Weatherly (b. 1848 d. 1929)
Fred Weatherly KC was one of the most distinguished of all the Cathedral School students who had gained Somerset ( ** ) scholarships to Oxford and Cam ...
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaJohn Hardy has been commissioned by the Arts Council/National Lottery, the BBC, Welsh National Opera and the ...
Writer From Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaMatthew Hall (born 1 May 1967) is a screenwriter and novelist. He is sometimes credited as M.R. Hall ...
Michael Hankinson (OH 1957-1962)
Michael Hankinson was a Boarder in Deanery in the late Fifties, early Sixties. During his time at the Cathedral School, not only was Michael a choris ...
Norman F Hidden (OH 1926-1932)
Norman Frederick Hidden 1913-2006, Norman was born 24 October 1913 in Portsmouth. He was educated at St John's School, Porthcawl, Glamorgan from 1921- ...
Peter Bryant George (OH 1935-1941)
Peter Bryan George (24 March 1924 – 1 June 1966) was a British author, most famous for the 1958 Cold War thriller novel Red Alert, also known as Two H ...
Peter Farndon (OH 1963 - 1970)
b. 12 June 1952 d. 14 April 1983 Always known as Pete by his fellow musicians and friends, he was a bass guitarist and founding member of the roc ...
Professor A. D. Nuttall – b. 1937 d. 2007 (OH 1948 – 1954)
Anthony David Nuttall was born in Hereford on 25 April 1937 and joined the school at the age of 11 as a dayboy in East House. He won a scholarship to ...
Robert received his earliest musical education from his mother and as a chorister at Hereford Cathedral. He also studied violin and keyboard, going ...
Dr Alex Barnacle (1985-1990)
Dr Alex Barnacle is a highly recognised Consultant Paediatric Interventional Radiologist and has worked at Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children ( ...
Martin attended the Cathedral Prep School in the 1960’s and when he left, M B initially trained in medicine and studied Electroencephalography ( EEG ) ...
Andrew Davies (OH 1963 - 1970)
Currently a member of the National Assembly for Wales Andrew was born in Hereford on 5th May 1952 to Welsh parents. His mother came from Llandeilo an ...
Sir Horace W. Cutler (OH 1927 - 1930)
Sir Horace W. Cutler b.1912 d.1997Horace Cutler joined the Cathedral School at the age of 15 where he completed his matriculation before joining ...
Major Sir Michael J Parker KCVO (OH 1955 - 1959)
Michael joined the Cathedral School at the age of 13 after attending Dulwich Preparatory School, London. At that time Dulwich was the main feeder sch ...
Canon Nicholas Jepson-Biddle
The Precentor of Wells Cathedral is an ancient office and is held with the titular prebend of Whitchurch. The word precentor comes from the Latin prec ...
The Rt. Revd. Ivor Stanley Watkins (OH 1909 - 1911)
Ivor Stanley Watkins was born in 1896 and attended HCS between 1909 ansd 1911. On leaving school he went up to Cambridge to study Theology at Trinity ...
Francis Eckley Oakeley
The day a sporting light was cruelly snuffed outHereford Cathedral School stages special days when it remembers former pupils who give their names ...
James Alfred Bevan
James Alfred Bevan selected as Wales first captain. Born on 15th April 1858 in St.Kilda, Victoria, Australia and educated at Hereford Cathedral Scho ...
Paul Thorburn (OH 1974 - 1981)
Paul joined the school in 1974 being the youngest of three brothers. He soon made his mark in sport, representing School and County in Athletics, Cr ...
Peter E Richardson CBE (OH 1942 - 1949)
Referred to as ' Pete ' throughout his career as a batsman, P E R played for Worcestershire as a left handed batsman and was eventually selected by C ...
Richard Johnson is an old boy of HCJS (1981-1988) will become jump racing's champion jockey in April 2016
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