St John's College, Cambridge
St John's College is a constituent college of the University of Cambridge. (The full formal name of the college is "The Master, Fellows and Scholars of the College of St John the Evangelist in the Uni...
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Choir of St John's College, Cambridge
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Choir of St John's College, Cambridge
The Choir of St John's College, Cambridge, is a collegiate choir of the English cathedral tradition. Though early records are obscure, it is known that its origins can be traced to the original founda...
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Thomas Hoby
Sir Thomas Hoby (1530–1566) was an English diplomat and translator. He was born in 1530, the second son of William Hoby of Leominster, Herefordshire, by his second wife, Katherine, daughter of John F...
Anthony Tuckney
Anthony Tuckney (September 1599, in Kirton-in-Holland – February 1670) was an English Puritan theologian and scholar.
Anthony Tuckney was educated at Emmanuel College, Cambridge, and a fellow ther...
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Robert Rumsey Webb
Robert Rumsey Webb was a successful coach for the Cambridge Mathematical Tripos. Webb coached 100 students to place in the top ten wranglers from 1865 to 1909, a record second only to Edward Routh.Rob...
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Harry Hinsley
Sir Francis Harry Hinsley OBE (26 November 1918 – 16 February 1998) was an English historian and cryptanalyst. He worked at Bletchley Park during the Second World War and wrote widely on the history o...
William Beale (college head)
William Beale (died 1651) was an English royalist churchman, Master in turn of Jesus College, Cambridge and St John's College, Cambridge. He was subjected to intense attacks by John Pym from 1640, for...
Andrew Herbert
Andrew James Herbert OBE (born 1954) is a British computer scientist, formerly Chairman of Microsoft Research, for the Europe, Middle East and Africa region.
Herbert received a BSc in computationa...
Lady Margaret Boat Club
The Lady Margaret Boat Club (often abbreviated to "LMBC" and familiarly known as "Maggie") is the rowing club for members of St John's College, Cambridge, England. The club is named after Lady Margare...
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Northampton Street, Cambridge
Northampton Street (part of the A1303) is a street in the north of central Cambridge, England. It runs between Madingley Road and Queen's Road to the west and Castle Street, by Castle Hill, Chesterto...
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W. H. Besant
William Henry Besant FRS (1 November 1828 – 2 June 1917) was a British mathematician, brother of novelist Walter Besant.
William was born in Portsea, Portsmouth on 1 November 1828.According to Wil...
Cam FM
Cam FM (formerly known as Cambridge University Radio and later CUR1350) is a student-run radio station at the University of Cambridge and Anglia Ruskin University. The station broadcasts on an FM freq...
Bridge Street, Cambridge
Bridge Street is a historic street in the north of central Cambridge, England. It runs between Magdalene Street at the junction with Thompson's Lane to the northwest and Sidney Street at the junction ...
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Robert Herrick (poet)
Robert Herrick (baptised 24 August 1591 – buried 15 October 1674) was a 17th-century English lyric poet and cleric. He is best known for his book of poems, Hesperides. This includes the carpe di...
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Humphrey Gower
Humphrey Gower (1638–1711) was an English clergyman and academic, Master of Jesus College, Cambridge and then St. John's College, Cambridge, and Lady Margaret's Professor of Divinity.
He was the ...
William Henry Bateson
William Henry Bateson (1812, Liverpool, Lancashire – 1881 Cambridge, Cambridgeshire) was a British scholar and, from 1857 until 1881, Master of St John's College, Cambridge. In 1858 Bateson held...
George G. Watson
George G. Watson (13 October 1927 - 2 August 2013) was an English lecturer, literary critic and historian. He was a Fellow at St John's College at Cambridge University.
Watson was born in Brisbane...
William Mitchinson Hicks
William Mitchinson Hicks, FRS (23 September 1850, Launceston, Cornwall – 17 August 1934, Crowhurst, Sussex) was a British mathematician and physicist. He studied at St John's College, Cambridge,...
Bridge of Sighs (Cambridge)
The Bridge of Sighs in Cambridge is a covered bridge at St John's College, Cambridge University. It was built in 1831 and crosses the River Cam between the college's Third Court and New Court. The arc...
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Samuel Butler Room Society
The Samuel Butler Room Society (SBR) is the Middle Combination Room (MCR) of St John's College at the University of Cambridge. The objects of the Society are the representation of the interests of the...
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Hawks' Club
The Hawks' Club is a members-only social club for sportsmen at the University of Cambridge. It was founded in 1872.
Application for membership is open to any man who is either a member of any coll...
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W. V. D. Hodge
William Vallance Douglas Hodge FRS (17 June 1903 – 7 July 1975) was a Scottish mathematician, specifically a geometer.His discovery of far-reaching topological relations between algebraic geometry and...
Church of All Saints, Houghton Conquest
Church of All Saints is a Grade I listed church in Houghton Conquest, Bedfordshire, England. It became a listed building on 23 January 1961. The parish church, dedicated to All Saints, was built duri...
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Richard Hill of Hawkstone
The Rev. the Hon. Sir Richard Hill of Hawkstone Hall, Shropshire, was (baptised at Hodnet, Shropshire, 23 March 1655 and died unmarried at Richmond, Surrey, 11 June 1727, aged 72.) He was known as ‘th...