List of Old Carthusians

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The following are notable Old Carthusians, who are former pupils of Charterhouse (founded in 1611).

Politicians[edit]

First Secretary General of NATO General Hastings Ismay, 1st Baron Ismay

MPs[edit]

Political scholars, activists, and others[edit]

Royalty[edit]

Nobility[edit]

Royal household and ceremonial positions[edit]

Colonial administration[edit]

Diplomats[edit]

Civil servants[edit]

Businesspeople[edit]

Economists, financiers and bankers[edit]

Academics[edit]

President of the Royal Society William Hyde Wollaston

Education leaders[edit]

Scientists[edit]

Mathematician Isaac Barrow

Engineers[edit]

Physicians[edit]

President of the Royal Society Sir Benjamin Collins Brodie, 1st Baronet

Philosophers[edit]

Historians and antiquaries[edit]

Judges, barristers, and lawyers[edit]

Attorney General, Master of the Rolls and Lord Chief Justice Richard Webster, 1st Viscount Alverstone
Attorney General and Lord Chief Justice Edward Law, 1st Baron Ellenborough
Attorney General and Master of the Rolls Ernest Pollock, 1st Viscount Hanworth

Military[edit]

Founder of the Scout Movement Robert Baden-Powell, 1st Baron Baden-Powell
Chief of the Imperial General Staff Field Marshal Sir Archibald Montgomery-Massingberd

Religion and theologians[edit]

Founder of Methodism John Wesley

Writers, novelists, and poets[edit]

Actors[edit]

Journalists and presenters[edit]

Television presenter David Dimbleby
Television presenter Jonathan Dimbleby
Journalist and author Sir Max Hastings

Media producers and directors[edit]

Artists[edit]

Architects[edit]

Musicians and composers[edit]

Sportspeople[edit]

Cricketers[edit]

Other sports[edit]

Adventurers, explorers, and colonists[edit]

Co-founder of Rhode Island Roger Williams

Others[edit]

Fictional Old Carthusians[edit]

References[edit]

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