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List of people educated at Westminster School

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List of people educated at Westminster School

The following people were educated at Westminster School in London, and are sometimes listed with OW (Old Westminster) after their name (collectively, OWW) There are over 900 Old Westminsters listed in the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography so these are necessarily a small sample:

All persons are British unless otherwise stated.


  • 15th century 1
  • 16th century 2
  • 17th century 3
  • 18th century 4
  • 19th century 5
  • 20th century 6
  • Footnotes 7

15th century

16th century

17th century

18th century

19th century

20th century

* Alexander Campkin (born 1984), conductor and composer


  1. ^ Jeffreys, George, first Baron Jeffreys (1645–1689), judge by Paul D. Halliday in Dictionary of National Biography (OUP, 2004)
  2. ^ BRUCE, Hon. James (1769-98), of Broom Hall, nr. Dunfermline, Fife, at, accessed 23 October 2012
  3. ^*&pageNumber=1&searchType=powersearch&queryType=1&sortSpec=first%5Fdate+desc Retrieved 16 October 2011.
  4. ^ 'Wintour, Patrick (born 1 Nov. 1954)' in Who's Who 2011 (London: A. & C. Black, 2011)
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