Martin Valentine (Former Staff – Head of Art, Evans Housemaster & Honorary OS)
The OS Club is sad to announce the passing of Martin Valentine who died on 23rd January. Martin was a former Head of Art and Housemaster of Evans House. He was a larger than life character who will be sadly missed.
Michael Norman Shaw, Lord Shaw of Northstead (S 34-38) 1920-2021
The OS Club is saddened to share the news that Michael Shaw, The Lord Shaw of Northstead, recently passed away at the age of 100. Lord Shaw was a former National Liberal and British Conservative Party politician who served as an MP from 1960 to 1964 (as a National Liberal) and from 1966 to 1992 for the Conservatives.
Born in Leeds, Lord Shaw joined Sedgwick House in 1934 before leaving in the summer of 1938. He then joined the Indian Army on the outbreak of war, but contracted tuberculosis on the voyage out. Discharged from the Army, he joined his family firm as a chartered accountant. He married Joan Mowat in 1951. Standing first as a Conservative at the general election in 1955, Lord Shaw fought the safe Labour seat of Dewsbury, losing by over 7,000 votes. At the general election in October 1959, he stood as a ‘Liberal and Conservative’ and contested the Labour-held marginal constituency of Brighouse and Spenborough. He lost by only 47 votes to the sitting MP Lewis John Edwards, who died the following month. At the resulting by-election in March 1960, Shaw won the seat for the National Liberals and Conservatives with a majority of 666 votes over Labour’s Colin Jackson.
Lord Shaw returned to Parliament at the 1966 general election, when he was elected for the safe Conservative constituency of Scarborough and Whitby. He held that seat until it was abolished for the February 1974 general election, when he was re-elected for the new Scarborough constituency. He continued to represent Scarborough until he retired at the 1992 general election, making a total of 30 years as an MP. He also served as a Member of the European Parliament (MEP) from 1974 until 1979, when MEPs were not directly elected, but were chosen by the House of Commons and House of Lords as delegates.
In the 1982 Birthday Honours, Lord Shaw received a Knighthood, having the accolade conferred by The Queen on 25 November 1982. He was created a life peer on 30 September 1994 with the title Baron Shaw of Northstead, of Liversedge in the County of West Yorkshire and retired from the House of Lords on 31 March 2015. He was also the first Sedbergh School Foundation 1525 Society President from 2002-2005.
More information to follow.
John Calderwood Crompton (SH 40-43) 1925-2021
Sadly the OS Club has been informed that John Crompton passed away on 7th January 2021, aged 95, after a short illness. He would regularly talk about his days at Sedbergh and his happy memories.
Brandon Charles Glover (Former Staff)
The OS Club has received the sad news that former Classics teacher Brandon Glover passed away in December 2020.
John “Michael” Watherston (S 46-50) 1932-2020
The OS Club is sad to announce the passing of Michael Watherston (S 46-50), who died on 6th December at the age of 88.
Jane Elizabeth Collison (née Riddell) – Widow of Victor Collison (Former Bursar)
The OS Club is saddened to share the news that Jane Collison, wife of former Bursar Victor Collison, passed away on 6th December 2020 at the age of 89. The Collison Prize was a prize awarded at the Prep School and given by the Collisons in the days of Cressbrook House, when it was the Junior Boys’ House. Jane was a long-time supporter of the School.
Dr. Michael Trevor Haslam (E 47-52) 1934-2020
Sadly the OS Club has been informed that Michael Haslam passed away on 2nd November 2020 at the age of 86. Please see below an obituary from Edward Vickerman (W 47-52):
Dr Michael Trevor Haslam, 1934-2020 died unexpectedly on 2 November.
Born in 1934, Michael had the misfortune to lose his father in his early years. His mother’s remarriage brought him not only a step-father but a step-sister and step-brother.
Michael entered Evans House in 1947, in due course becoming a School Prefect and captain of House teams in football and cricket. When he entered St John’s College Cambridge, a keen sportsman, he changed to lacrosse, in time captaining the university Eagles team in their match against Oxford. He was also a member of the Cambridge University Judo Team. In his later years he kept his sporting interest playing croquet.
First meeting in their student days at Cambridge, Shirley and Michael married in 1959. They have a son and two daughters, six grandchildren and as yet one great-grandson.
Michael took biological sciences A-levels and followed these at Cambridge and St Bartholomew’s Hospital where he qualified as a doctor. He served his two years of National Service in the Medical Corps, rising to the rank of Acting Major.
Returning to civilian life, he specialized in Psychiatry. It was a career with many achievements; Master of Arts and a doctorate from the University of Cambridge for his thesis on psychiatric illness in adolescence and a double Fellowship from the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons at Glasgow and the Royal College of Psychiatrists. He received a Diploma of Medical Jurisprudence and a Liveryman-ship of the Society of Apothecaries. He has been Chairman of the Society of Clinical Psychiatrists and one time Chairman of the Clinical Tutors committee of the Royal College of Psychiatrists.
In his retirement he and Shirley obtained the degree of Master of Arts in Theology from the University of Leeds.
Thomas “Tom” McClung (S 47-51) 1933-2020
The OS Club has received the sad news that former Scotland international rugby player and potato merchant, Tom McClung (S 47-51), passed away in October 2020 at the age of 87.
Please see the following obituary from The Scotsman:
Tom McClung was one of the leading Scottish international rugby players of the late 1950s. He was very much a son of Edinburgh, born in the capital and educated at Edinburgh Academy up until the age of 11.
During the Second World War, when a Luftwaffe aircraft dropped a bomb close to the family home in Corstorphine, the McClungs were evacuated to Girvan, where he attended Girvan High School.
From Edinburgh Academy, he went on to Sedbergh, the public school in the wilds of Cumbria, then to Cambridge, to Emanuel College, to read agriculture. Tom won his Blue in the 1954 Varsity match, then returned to Edinburgh, to work in the family potato merchants business, and to play rugby for Edinburgh Academical and Edinburgh District.
He helped Accies win the Unofficial Club Championship in 1955-56, their first such success since 1930; a great season in which the only Scottish side to beat them was Glasgow Academicals.
He went on to captain the club in season 1959-60, while his years in the Edinburgh team in the Inter-District Championship were also successful – five wins in six seasons.
Along the way Tom won a total of nine Scotland caps, six in the centre, three at stand-off. His career coincided with a great period for Scotland’s oldest rugby club, and while their XV included some genuine Scotland greats, such as international captains Douglas Elliot and Brian Neil, plus a British Lions scrum half in Stan Coughtrie, it was widely acknowledged that Tom was the back division general who made the entire team tick.
Top rugby players back then were strictly amateur. Tom’s day job was in the family potato merchants’ business, which he ran along with Gilbert. Away from work and rugby, Tom was a keen golfer – at the time of his death he was the oldest member of Turnberry, which was hardly surprising given its proximity to the Girvan tattie fields he knew so well.
He was also a member of the Honourable Company of Edinburgh Golfers, at Muirfield and the Scottish section of the British Rugby club of Paris.In his younger days Tom was a keen cricketer, playing, naturally, for the Accies, while he was also a passionate bridge player.
Tom is survived by Marion, his wife of 58 years, sons Fraser and Gilbert, and daughter Celia and his eight grandchildren.
Click here to read the obituary in full.
William Bryce “Bill” Jamieson (L 59-63) 1945-2020
The OS Club is sad to announce the passing of Bill Jamieson (L 59-63), who passed away on 14th November 2020 at the age of 75. Please see the following obituary from The Times, which was published on 16th November 2020:
Bill Jamieson’s 12 years as executive editor of The Scotsman encompassed far more than publishing a newspaper; he was part of far wider political debate in Scotland and beyond. And while he was an “old-school” journalist, at home with ink, hot metal and newsprint, he also saw the future lay online, responding in 2012 by starting Scot-Buzz, a website dedicated to supporting Scottish business that he ran for several years.
Although Jamieson’s views could be idiosyncratic, his wisdom was rarely in doubt. He was far more interested in producing papers than their content. He enjoyed debate for the sake of it and could turn on a sixpence if it provided the chance to explore an unfashionable opinion.
William Bryce Jamieson was born in 1945 in the Irvine Valley in Ayrshire. “Once it was a string of thriving, happy-go-lucky little towns made famous by lace manufacture,” he wrote. He was the son of John Jamieson, a lawyer, and his wife Anne (née Leckie), who died when Bill was young; he had two siblings, Iain, a lawyer for the Scottish Office who was responsible for the wording of the 1998 Scotland Act with its opening article “There shall be a Scottish Parliament”, and Susan, who both survive.
They were raised in Newmilns, next to the local newspaper’s presses, “which inspired me to journalism”, he said. However, his return visits in adulthood were short. “It is like listening to Gaelic music, evocatively pleasing for five minutes and terminally depressing after ten,” he said. Emerging from Sedbergh School with atrocious handwriting he taught himself copperplate.
He read economics at the University of Manchester, but his academic performance was suboptimal because he enjoyed a full social life and was busy attending CND marches and taking part in anti-war demonstrations. While at Manchester he met Elaine Muller, a Cornish librarian, and they were married in 1971. She survives him with their son, Alastair, deputy news editor at The Independent.
Jamieson joined The Merthyr Express in south Wales as a sub-editor, worked as a business sub on The Western Mail in Cardiff and in the early 1970s moved to London as a City reporter with Thomson Regional Newspapers. He was at The Daily Express for several years before in 1986 being part of Eddie Shah’s union-busting revolution on the launch of Today, Britain’s first all-colour newspaper. In 1995 he became economics editor of The Sunday Telegraph, where he broke the story of the collapse of Barings Bank.
His final job, in 2000, was at The Scotsman, where his role encompassed everything from public outreach and columns about business to seeing off the business pages each night. “When he first came back, his right-wing perspective on Scottish politics and the economy did not always go down well in the generally left-leaning media,” said Magnus Linklater, the Times columnist. “But he took the criticism in good heart and made friends right across the spectrum, while never compromising in his view that Scotland needed a reality check when it came to attitudes towards business and the wealth-creating part of the economy.”
Jamieson, who was convivial to a fault and wore bright red socks when in the City, received various journalism honours, including a lifetime achievement award at the Scottish Press Awards in 2012. His Scotsman columns continued and in August he wrote about those who are “missing in action” from the job figures during the crisis, expressing concern for the one million people with no paid employment yet who are not registered as unemployed.
Bill Jamieson, journalist, was born on June 9, 1945. He died from spinal cancer on November 14, 2020, aged 75. Click here to read the obituary in full.
Sheila Rogers (Former Staff)
Sadly the OS Club has been informed that former member of staff Sheila Rogers passed away recently. She was the wife of OS John Rogers and taught biology at Sedbergh for many years until her retirement in 1985.
John Arthur Barton Townley (H 56-60) 1942-2020
The OS Club is saddened to share the news that John Townley (H 56-60) passed away on 22nd October 2020 at the age of 78.
Peter John Berry (L 49-53) 1935-2020
The OS Club is sad to announce the passing of Peter John Berry (L 49-53), who died peacefully on 13th October at the age of 84.
John Routledge Veale (E 54-59) 1941-2019
The OS Club has received the sad news that John Veale (E 54-59) passed away on 2nd February 2019 at the age of 78.
Logie Bruce-Lockhart (SH 35-40) 1921-2020
The OS Club is sad to announce the passing of Logie Bruce-Lockhart (SH 35-40), who passed away on 7th September 2020 at the age of 98. Logie was in School House just before WW2 and while his father, John Bruce-Lockhart (known as Rufus), was Headmaster (1937-1954). Logie was a writer, a journalist, a Scottish international rugby union footballer and for most of his teaching career, Headmaster of Gresham’s School in Norfolk from 1955-1982.
There will be a private funeral at St. Andrew’s, Holt, followed by interment in the churchyard, which is where Logie’s wife, Jo, and daughter Kirsty are buried. A celebration of his life will be arranged a later date. Anyone wishing to write to the Bruce-Lockhart family can do so by post to:
69 New Road, Blakeney, Holt NR25 7PA. Please click here for an obituary. More information will be available soon.
* Names in gold indicate an obituary link.
|First Name(s)||Surname||House||at Sedbergh||Date|
|Martin||Valentine||Honorary OS & Former Staff (Head of Art & Evans Housemaster)||January 2021|
|Michael Norman||Shaw (Lord Shaw of Northstead)||Sedgwick||1934-1938||January 2021|
|John Calderwood||Crompton||School House||1940-1943||January 2021|
|Brandon Charles||Glover||Former Staff||December 2020|
|John Michael||Watherston||Sedgwick||1946-1950||December 2020|
|Jane Elizabeth||Collison (née Riddell)||Widow of Victor Collison (Former Bursar)||December 2020|
|(Dr.) Michael Trevor||Haslam||Evans||1934-2020||November 2020|
|William Bryce "Bill"||Jamieson||Lupton||1959-1963||November 2020|
|Thomas "Tom"||McClung||Sedgwick||1947-1951||October 2020|
|Sheila||Rogers||Former Staff||Retired in 1985||October 2020|
|John Arthur Barton||Townley||Hart||1956-1960||October 2020|
|Peter John||Berry||Lupton||1949-1953||October 2020|
|Logie||Bruce-Lockhart||School House||1935-1940||September 2020|
|Patrick Joseph Kinloch "Jo" Campbell||Penney||School House||1944-1949||September 2020|
|Michael John||Melling||School House||1961-1966||August 2020|
|Ronald Gordon MacRobert||Barr||Sedgwick||1947-1952||August 2020|
|Ian Jackson Herbert||Richardson||Hart||1936-1940||July 2020|
|(Dr.) Dan Gordon||Miller||School House||1936-1941||July 2020|
|(Dr.) James Timothy Hessel "Tim"||Pick||Evans||1941-1945||July 2020|
|(Col.) Duncan Stuart Archibald||Boyd||School House||1945-1949||June 2020|
|Philip Francis||Lister||Powell||1941-1945||June 2020|
|(The Rev) Robin G||Laird||Former Staff & Honorary OS||1993-1998||June 2020|
|(Maj) Thomas "Edward"||Scott||Powell||1943-1947||May 2020|
|Robert||Venters||School House||1946-1950||May 2020|
|Kenneth Douglas MacRobert||Barr||Sedgwick||1953-1957||April 2020|
|Ian Everard||Pilkington||Winder||1951-1954||April 2020|
|Richard Alleyn||Haslam||Powell||1943-1948||April 2020|
|Philip Hillary||Hunter||Lupton||1964-1969||April 2020|
|Norman Gainsford||Wright||Hart||1941-1945||April 2020|
|Charles Anthony "Tony"||Shaw||Winder||1951-1956||April 2020|
|Carl "Victor"||Wild||Powell||1937-1941||April 2020|
|Dr James William Alexander "Bill"||Moxon||Evans||1943-1948||April 2020|
|John Plummer||Lister||Powell||1938-1942||March 2020|
|David Renshaw||Martin||Sedgwick||1946-1950||March 2020|
|(Maj.) Francis James||Goddard (MBE)||Winder||1947-1952||March 2020|
|David Robert Buchanan||Russell||Powell||1949-1954||March 2020|
|Peter Frederick||Armstrong||Day Pupil||1943-1948||2020|
|John Perran||Curry||Sedgwick||1942-1945||March 2020|
|John le Gallienne||Gilchrist||Evans||1954-1958||February 2020|
|Peter J||Attenborough||Former Headmaster||1975-1981||February 2020|
|Anthony Peter Thomas||Higham||Evans||1954-1958||January 2020|
|(Cdr) David Stuart||White||Lupton||1950-1954||January 2020|
|Robert John||Tweedale||School House||1941-1945||December 2019|
|David Brook||Sutcliffe||Winder||1948-1953||November 2019|
|Alan William||Parkes||Sedgwick||1974-1977||November 2019|
|(Maj.) Andrew Archibald Steele "Archie"||Scott||Sedgwick||1932-1937||November 2019|
|David Robert||Greenwood||Hart||1958-1963||November 2019|
|Walter Douglas||Bertram||Evans||1945-1948||October 2019|
|Richard Charles||Sawtell (MBE DL)||Powell||1943-1948||October 2019|
|Eric Aldie Neilson||Mercer||Winder||1940-1943||October 2019|
|Lionel Victor||Walsh||School House||1944-1947||October 2019|
|(Prof.) John Barr||Cavanagh||School House||1935-1938||October 2019|
|Anthony Noble||Frankland (CB, CBE, DFC)||Hart||1936-1941||October 2019|
|Gerald Douglas Henderson||Smith||Hart||1943-1947||September 2019|
|(Prof.) David William||Brocklesby||Sedgwick||1942-1946||September 2019|
|Clive James Forgie||Turner||Evans||1950-1954||September 2019|
|David||Alban||Former Lupton Housemaster (67-76) and Member of Staff||1952-1976 (Staff)||September 2019|
|Michael Hutton||Vignoles||Lupton||1943-1947||August 2019|
|Anthony "Graeme" De Bracey||Marrs (MBE)||Honorary OS||1939-2019 (Honorary OS)||August 2019|
|Robert Christopher||Robinson||Hart||1944-1948||July 2019|
|Victor Derek "Vic"||Oldfield||Lupton||1939-1943||July 2019|
|Alastair John||Turnbull||Sedgwick||1955-1960||July 2019|
|Jonathon James Charlton "Jon"||Hardey||Sedgwick||1963-1968||July 2019|
|John Basil||Crossley||Lupton||1963-1968||July 2019|
|(Dr) John George||Coxon||Winder||1934-1938||July 2019|
|Benjamin William||Bennett||Hart||1942-1944||June 2019|
|(Dr) Geoffrey William Syme "Geoff"||Burgess||Hart||1956-1960||May 2019|
|Sheila||Donald||Widow of David Donald (OS) -|
Former Headmaster of Cressbrook School (49-76)
|Frederick Wilson "Freddie"||Hoult||School House||1951-1955||May 2019|
|Richard Anthony||Huck||Sedgwick||1973-1978||April 2019|
|Roger Martin Browne||Hollinshead||Powell||1959-1964||April 2019|
|David Hunter||O'Brien||Hart||1945-1951||April 2019|
|Thomas Edward "Ted"||Richardson||Evans||1941-1945||April 2019|
|David Arthur||Gilliat||Powell||1948-1953||March 2019|
|John Hampden||Hyatt||Sedgwick||1941-1946||March 2019|
|Ian Douglas||Sangwin||Hart||1954-1958||February 2019|
|John Routledge||Veale||Evans||1954-1959||February 2019|
|Michael Theodore||Broadbent||School House||1967-1972||February 2019|
|Donald Barrett||Mackay||Sedgwick||1948-1953||February 2019|
|Peter Edward||Rickitt||Evans||1960-1964||January 2019|
|Malcolm Brian Taylor||Bromley||Lupton||1950-1954||January 2019|
|Robert James "Bob"||Sykes||Evans||1947-1950||December 2018|
|George William "Bill"||Frank||Evans||1944-1948||December 2018|
|(Dr) Walter Graham||Mathews||School House||1943-1947||December 2018|
|(The Rev) Peter J D||Allen||Former Teacher, Chaplain, and Second Master||1987-1993||December 2018|
|Richard Hugh||Thomas||Former Physics Master||1967-2002||December 2018|
|Peter David||Hymas||Winder||1946-1950||November 2018|
|George Marshall||Fish (OBE)||School House||1942-1946||November 2018|
|Peter Myles||Hutchinson||Hart||1951-1955||November 2018|
|Edward Stuart "Zeke"||Smith||Evans||1946-1950||November 2018|
|James Robert||Bruce-Lockhart||School House||1954-1959||November 2018|
|David Goodman||Blanche||Powell||1947-1951||October 2018|
|(The Rev) David Roy||Holmes||Lupton||1947-1952||September 2018|
|Charles Graeme||Watherston||Sedgwick||1949-1953||September 2018|
|(The Rev) James Henry "Jim"||Smith||School House||1946-1950||September 2018|
|John Blackburn||Talbot||Winder||1940-1943||September 2018|
|William Fawcett "Billy"||Banks||Hart||1942-1946||September 2018|
|Neil Melvin||Mackay||Lupton||1940-1945||September 2018|
|Graham Hurndall||Smith||Hart||1949-1952||August 2018|
|Samuel John Willoughby||Barker||Evans||1993-2000||August 2018|
|William Lewis Robertson||Scott||Evans||1949-1953||August 2018|
|(Sir) Henry Arthur Hugh||Cortazzi||Sedgwick||1936-1941||August 2018|
|Michael Ian||Grierson||Lupton||1957-1963||July 2018|
|Peter Donald||McQueen||Evans||1951-1956||July 2018|
|James Alexander||Robertson||Sedgwick||1948-1952||July 2018|
|John Gilfillan Luscombe||Robinson||Hart||1947-1951||July 2018|
|Andrew Snowden||Harton||Evans||1963-1969||June 2018|
|Richard John||Rossiter||Winder||1948-1953||May 2018|
|Stephen Herbert Kay||Butcher||Winder||1942-1947||May 2018|
|Timothy Wace "Tim"||Roberts||Lupton||1951-1956||April 2018|
|David Francis||Barker||Winder||1936-1940||April 2018|
|Peter Morley||Yorke||Powell||1952-1957||April 2018|
|(Prof) Robin Stuart||Sharp||Winder||1950-1954||April 2018|
|Stuart Robert||Paton||Hart||1977-1982||March 2018|
|(Prof) Robert Cairns Brown||Aitken||Winder||1947-1951||March 2018|
|Christopher Kenneth||Mylne||Sedgwick||1940-1945||March 2018|
|Geoffrey Richard||Hague||Sedgwick||1939-1944||March 2018|
|Dudley Charles Dowsland||Moore||Lupton||1955-1959||March 2018|
|(Sir) John Archibald||Ford||School House||1935-1939||February 2018|
|John Reed||Hindmarsh||Powell||1958-1963||February 2018|
|John Douglas||Hiley||Lupton||1953-1958||January 2018|
|Hugh Frederick||Lockhart-Ball||Evans||1961-1966||December 2017|
|John François de Werdt||Duvoisin||Evans||1949-1953||January 2018|
|James Edward||Sugden (OBE)||Hart||1960-1964||December 2017|
|Anthony Martin||Russell||Hart||1947-1952||December 2017|
|Colin Patrick||Crabbie||Lupton||1960-65||December 2017|
|Victor H Brooke||Dowse||Former Schoolmaster and Lupton Housemaster||1963-2000||November 2017|
|Peter Graham Carleton||Taylor||Evans||1959-1964||November 2017|
|Anthony Norburn||Craven||Sedgwick||1937-1941||November 2017|
|Michael Lindop||Bottomley||Winder||1938-1943||November 2017|
|David Graeme Salvesen||Macmillan||Winder||1949-1953||October 2017|
|Kenneth John||McCracken||Sedgwick||1952-1957||October 2017|
|Stephen Allinson||Jay||Hart||1940-1943||October 2017|
|Michael Royden||Richards||Evans||1944-1948||October 2017|
|(Prof) Henry Kenneth||White||Winder||1938-1941||October 2017|
|George B||Newby||Winder||1956-1959||October 2017|
|Nigel Anthony||Hurst||Lupton||1974-1978||October 2017|
|Ian Harold M||Robinson||Powell||1938-1941||September 2017|
|Patrick Edmund||Jolly||Lupton||1978-1983||September 2017|
|Leslie "Les"||Fletcher||Former School Lab Technician||1965-1996||August 2017|
|Robert Edward||Hodges||School House||1979-1986||August 2017|
|Alastair John||Breckenridge||Sedgwick||1955-1960||July 2017|
|Richard Woosnam Ward "Dickie"||Dawe||Former Winder House Tutor||1954-1963||July 2017|
|David McNab||Bertram||Evans||1947-1951||July 2017|
|Christopher Graham "Chris"||Wells||Evans||1960-1965||June 2017|
|(Prof) John Seymour||Conway||School House||1943-1948||June 2017|
|Hugh Highley||Sugden||School House||1962-1966||June 2017|
|William Henry Raymond||Meageen||School House||1950-1955||May 2017|
|Philip Angus Newham||Robotham||Hart||1979-1984||May 2017|
|Jeremy Frank Collinge||Fisher||School House||1944-1949||May 2017|
|N Peter C P||Meadows||Former Winder Housemaster||1959-1990||April 2017|
|(Dr) Frederic Salkeld||Plumpton||Powell||1946-1951||March 2017|
|David Michael||Behrend||Sedgwick||1941-1945||March 2017|
|Richard "Rick" David||Abbott||Lupton||1968-1973||March 2017|
|Peter Rodney||Hyde||Hart||1957-1962||March 2017|
|(Dr) Roger James||Mawby||Sedgwick||1952-1957||February 2017|
|Richard Drummond||Hardwick||Powell||1955-1960||February 2017|
|(The Rt Hon The Lord) David Charles||Waddington (PC)||Winder||1944-1947||February 2017|
|Garth Roger||Nicholas||Hart||1944-1949||February 2017|
|Peter Walter||Phillips||Sedgwick||1947-1952||February 2017|
|Noel Wilfrid||Berry||School House||1955-1960||February 2017|
|William Edward||Greenhalgh||Powell||1945-1949||February 2017|
|(Sir) Christopher||Bland||Lupton||1951-1956||February 2017|
|Peter Michael||Poole (CBE, TD, JP, DL)||Lupton||1943-1946||February 2017|
|Colin James||Sherwood||Powell||1949-1952||February 2017|
|John Alexander||Gossip||School House||1944-1949||December 2016|
|Andrew Philip||Bradshaw||Winder||1968-1973||December 2016|
|Florian Louis||DeVito||Sedgwick||2008-2010||November 2016|
|Michael James||Wilson||Powell||1957-1962||November 2016|
|Paul James||Page||Lupton||1978-1983||November 2016|
|Peter Lowson||Addison||School House||1945-1949||October 2016|
|Timothy Charles||Mileson||Sedgwick||1996-2003||October 2016|
|(Dr) Samuel Kribb||Young||Hart||1941-1945||October 2016|
|John Richard||Thompson||Hart||1949-1954||October 2016|
|Ewan Douglas David||Bell||Winder||1951-1956||October 2016|
|Michael Robin||Fowler||Hart||1949-1952||July 2016|
|Robert Paul||Lester (MBE)||Winder||1930-1936||July 2016|
|(Dr) Timothy Martin||Venters||School House||1958-1963||June 2016|
|Neil Pollock||Magee||Lupton||1957-1961||April 2016|
|(Sir) John Seton||Cassels||Lupton||1942-1946||March 2016|