List of Durham University people

This is a list of people associated with Durham University, divided for user convenience into multiple subcategories. This includes alumni, those who have taught there, conducted research there or played a part in its founding.

Durham is a collegiate university, so where known and if applicable, they are shown alongside their associated college. Note that college membership was not always compulsory.[a] Staff candidates who have read for higher degrees, like the geologist Gillian Foulger or the historian Jeremy Black, did not join a college either. Alumni who did not take up membership of a college or society are therefore listed as Unattached.

This list is divided into categories indicating the field of activity in which people have become well known. Alumni who have achieved distinction in more than one field are listed in the field in which it is felt they are most associated, or have been involved in more recently.

Durham alumni are active through organizations and events such as the annual reunions, dinners and balls. By 2009, the university claimed 67 Durham associations, ranging from international to college and sports affiliated groups, catered for the more than 109,000 living alumni.[3]

AcademicsEdit

Scientific entries who were, or are, Fellows of the Royal Society, have the Post-nominal letters FRS listed after their name

Astronomers and PhysicistsEdit

 
Richard Ellis, Professor of Astrophysics at UCL
 
Ben Moore, Astrophysicist at the University of Zürich

ChemistsEdit

 
Jas Pal Badyal, Professor of Chemistry

Classicists and ArchaeologistsEdit

Computer scientistsEdit

Economists and Political scientistsEdit

 
Andrew Gamble, Professor of Politics at Cambridge University

Engineers and MathematiciansEdit

 
Frank Kelly, Mathematician and former Master of Christ's College, Cambridge

Geographers and Earth ScientistsEdit

 
Arthur Holmes, Head of Geology (1924–1942)
 
Peter Liss, environmental scientist at University of East Anglia

Historians and AntiquariansEdit

 
Jack Ogden, historian of jewellery
 
James Holland, author and broadcaster
 
Liz James, art historian

Language and Literature academicsEdit

Life scientistsEdit

Entries defined as having backgrounds in Biology and its various sub-disciplines e.g. Botany, Ecology, Neuroscience, Pathology etc.

Philosophers and TheologiansEdit

 
Douglas Davies, Professor in the Study of Religion

Physicians and PsychiatristsEdit

Sociologists and Social AnthropologistsEdit

 
Robert Hugh Layton, Emeritus Professor of Anthropology
 
Mathew Guest, Professor of Sociology of Religion

Other academicsEdit

Business peopleEdit

 
Dr Herbert Loebl, businessman and philanthropist
 
Tim Smit, founder of the Eden Project

Judges and lawyersEdit

Judges of the Supreme Court of the United KingdomEdit

Name College Notes Ref.
Anthony Hughes, Lord Hughes of Ombersley Van Mildert Justice of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom (2013-2018); Vice President of the Criminal Division of the Court of Appeal (2009-2013); Lord Justice of Appeal (2006–2013) [116]
Jill Black, Lady Black of Derwent Trevelyan Justice of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom (2017-); Lady Justice of Appeal (2010-2017) [117]

Judges of the High Court of JusticeEdit

Name College Notes Ref.
James Goss University Justice of the High Court (Queen's Bench) (2014–) [118]
David Maddison Grey Justice of the High Court (Queen's Bench) (2008–2013) [119]
Andrew McFarlane Collingwood Justice of the High Court (2006–2011); Lord Justice of Appeal (2011–2018); President of the Family Division (2018–) [120]
Finola O'Farrell Trevelyan Justice of the High Court (Queen's Bench) (2016–) [121]
Caroline Swift St Aidan's Justice of the High Court (Queen's Bench) (2005–2015) [122]
Mark Waller King's Justice of the High Court (1989–1996); Lord Justice of Appeal (1996–2010); Intelligence Services Commissioner (2011–2016) [123]

Judges in other countriesEdit

Name College Notes Ref.
St John Branch Codrington Chief Justice of Jamaica (1923–1925); Chief Justice of Sri Lanka (1925–1926) [124]
Henry Joko-Smart Fourah Bay Justice of the Supreme Court of Sierra Leone (1998–2005) [125]
Kobina Arku Korsah Fourah Bay Chief Justice of the Gold Coast (1956–1957); Chief Justice of Ghana (1957–1963) [126]
George Lamptey King's Justice of the Supreme Court of Ghana (2000–2002) [127]
Koi Larbi Fourah Bay Justice of the Supreme Court of Ghana (1970–1972) [128]

LawyersEdit

Name College Notes Ref.
George Gretton Hatfield Commissioner of the Scottish Law Commission (2006–2011) [129]
Jolyon Maugham QC Hatfield Barrister at Devereux Chambers; Founder of Good Law Project [130]

Broadcasters and entertainersEdit

 
Nish Kumar, Stand-up comedian and presenter of The Mash Report
 
Gabby Logan, ex-gymnast and presenter
 
Kjartan Poskitt, presenter and children's author
 
Cecil McGivern, Controller of BBC Television Service (1950–1957)

ActorsEdit

ComediansEdit

Correspondents and PresentersEdit

Directors and ProducersEdit

Military personnelEdit

British ArmyEdit

Chiefs of the General Staff
Name College Notes Ref.
General Sir Mark Carleton-Smith Hatfield Previously Deputy Chief of the Defence Staff (Military Strategy and Operations) (2016–2018); Director Special Forces (2012–2015) [140]
General Sir Richard Dannatt Hatfield Also Constable of the Tower (2009–2016) [141]


Senior personnel
Name College Notes Ref.
Major-General Harold Henry Blake Armstrong Royal Army Medical Corps [142]
Major-General Thomas Brodie Bede General Officer Commanding, Ist Division (1952–1955) [143]
Major-General Nicholas Cottam Van Mildert Military Secretary (2005–2008) [144]
Major-General Craig Lawrence University Director of Joint Warfare at the Directorate of Joint Warfare [145]
Lieutenant General Richard Nugee Grey Chief of Defence People (2016–2020); Defence Services Secretary (2015–2016) [146]
Major-General Peter Grant Peterkin Hatfield Serjeant-at-Arms of the House of Commons (2004–2007) [147]
Major-General Edward Phillips College of Medicine Director of Medical Services, British Army of the Rhine (1945–1949) [148]
Lieutenant-General Tim Radford St Chad's Deputy Supreme Allied Commander Europe (2020–) [149]
Major-General Andrew Ritchie University Commandant of the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst (2003–2006) [150]
Major-General John Sutherell Grey Director Special Forces (1996–1999)
Other personnel
Name College Notes Ref.
Captain Hugh Clark King's Won Military Cross for actions during Operation Varsity [151]
Captain Nigel Morgan Hatfield Irish Guards officer; known for helping to expose the 2004 Equatorial Guinea coup d'état attempt [152]
Lieutenant-Colonel John Vane, 11th Baron Barnard ? Commanded Northumberland Hussars (1964–1966) [153]
Lieutenant Michael Osborne Waddell King's Won Military Cross for actions during Invasion of Sicily [154]

Royal Air ForceEdit

Senior personnel
Name College Notes Ref.
Air Vice Marshall Jonathan Chaffey St Chad's/St John's Archdeacon for the Royal Air Force (2014–2018) [155]
Group Captain Campbell Hoy Armstrong Flying ace (11 victories) [156]
Air Commodore Nigel Phillips ? Governor of the Falkland Islands and Commissioner for South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands (2017–) [157]
Air Chief Marshal Sir James Robb Armstrong Inspector-General of the RAF (1951); Vice Chief of the Air Staff (1947–1948) [158]
Air Vice Marshal Adam Henry Robson Armstrong Director, RAF Educational Service (1944–1952) [159]
Air Commodore Joy Tamblin ? Director, Women's Royal Air Force (1976–1980) [160]
Air Vice Marshal Garry Tunnicliffe ? Defence Services Secretary (2016–2019) [161]
Air Marshal Peter Walker Hatfield Lieutenant Governor of Guernsey (2011–2015); Commander, Joint Warfare Centre (2005–2007) [162]
Other personnel
Name College Notes Ref.
Flight Lieutenant Thomas Kerr University Pilot during Second World War; later President of the Royal Aeronautical Society (1985–1986) [163]

Royal NavyEdit

Senior personnel
Name College Notes Ref.
Rear Admiral Andrew Burns Hatfield Assistant Chief of the Naval Staff (Capability) (2020–) [164]
Rear Admiral Alex Burton University Commander United Kingdom Maritime Forces (2016–2017) [165]
Rear Admiral Amjad Hussain Collingwood Controller of the Navy (2009–2012) [166]
Vice Admiral Sir Richard Jeffrey Ibbotson Grey Deputy Commander-in-Chief Fleet (2009–2011); Flag Officer Sea Training (2007–2009) [167]
Rear Admiral Clive Johnstone Hild Bede Assistant Chief of the Naval Staff (Policy) (2013–2015) [168]
Vice Admiral Tony Johnstone-Burt Van Mildert Commander, Joint Helicopter Command (2008–2011) [169]
Vice Admiral Sir Timothy Laurence University Chief Executive, Defence Estates (2007–2010) [170]
Rear Admiral Matthew Parr Hatfield Commander Operations (2013–2015) [171]
Rear Admiral Christopher Snow St Cuthbert's Flag Officer Sea Training (2009–2011) [172]
Vice Admiral Sir David Steel Grey Governor of Gibraltar (2020–); Second Sea Lord (2012–2015) [173]

Musicians and artistsEdit

 
Justin Chancellor, bassist for the band Tool
 
Gwyneth Herbert, singer-songwriter
 
Tim Exile, seen here in 2011
 
Patrick Hawes, organist and composer

Politicians and civil servantsEdit

Cabinet of the United KingdomEdit

Current members of the Cabinet of the United Kingdom

Name College Title Ref.
Robert Buckland Hatfield Lord Chancellor; Secretary of State for Justice [177]

Shadow Cabinet of the United KingdomEdit

Current members of the Shadow Cabinet of the United Kingdom

Name College Title Ref.
Jonathan Ashworth St Aidan's Shadow Secretary of State for Health and Social Care [178]

Members of the House of CommonsEdit

Excluding current members of the Cabinet and Shadow Cabinet, who are listed above, and former MPs who went on to be members of the House of Lords, who are listed below

Name College Notes Ref.
Heidi Alexander Grey Labour MP for Lewisham East (2010–2018), Shadow Secretary of State for Health (2015–2016), Deputy Mayor of London (2018–present) [179]
Lucy Allan Trevelyan Conservative MP for Telford (2015–) [180]
David Anderson ? Labour MP for Blaydon (2005–2017); Shadow Secretary of State for Northern Ireland and Shadow Secretary of State for Scotland (2016–2017) [181]
Emerson Muschamp Bainbridge ? Liberal MP for Gainsborough (1895–1900) [182]
Crispin Blunt University Conservative MP for Reigate (1997–) [183]
James Boyden King's Labour MP for Bishop Auckland (1959–1979) [184]
Graham Brady St Aidan's Conservative MP for Altrincham and Sale West (1997–); Chairman of 1922 Committee (2010–2019, 2020–) [185]
Jenny Chapman ? Labour MP for Darlington (2010–2019) [186]
John Robert University Liberal MP for the City of Durham (1868–1871) [187]
Jackie Doyle-Price University Conservative MP for Thurrock (2010–) [185]
Bill Etherington ? Labour MP for Sunderland North (1992–2010) [188]
Ben Everitt ? Conservative MP for Milton Keynes North (2019–) [189]
Nick Gibb Hild Bede Conservative MP for Bognor Regis and Littlehampton (1997–) [190]
Paul Goggins Ushaw Labour MP for Wythenshawe and Sale East (1997–2014) [191]
Thomas George Greenwell College of Medicine Conservative MP for The Hartlepools (1943–1945) [192]
Jane Griffiths St Mary's Labour MP for Reading East (1997–2005) [193]
Ben Howlett St John's Conservative MP for Bath (2015–2017) [180]
Mark Hughes King's Labour MP for Durham (1970–1983); City of Durham (1983–1987) [194]
Andrew Hunter St John's Conservative (1983–2002); Independent Conservative (2002–2005); and Democratic Unionist Party (2005) MP for Basingstoke [195]
Sarah Jones ? Labour MP for Croydon Central (2017–) [196]
Peter Kilfoyle ? Labour MP for Liverpool Walton (1991–2010) [197]
Joseph Leech College of Medicine Unionist Party MP for Newcastle upon Tyne West (1931–1940) [198]
Edward Leigh University Conservative MP for Gainsborough and Horncastle (1993–1997); Gainsborough (1997–) [199]
Malcolm MacDonald Labour MP for Bassetlaw (1929–1931); National Labour MP for Bassetlaw (1931–1935); Ross and Cromarty (1936–1945); Chancellor of the University of Durham (1971–1980) [200]
David Mackintosh ? Conservative MP for Northampton South (2015–2017) [180]
Shona McIsaac St Aidan's Labour MP for Cleethorpes (1997–2010) [201]
Alan Meale ? Labour MP for Mansfield (1987–2017) [202]
Piers Merchant University Conservative MP for Newcastle upon Tyne Central (1983–1987); Beckenham (1992–1997) [203]
Huw Merriman University Conservative MP for Bexhill and Battle (2015–) [180]
Fergus Montgomery Bede Conservative MP Newcastle upon Tyne East (1959–1964); Brierley Hill (1967–1974); Altrincham and Sale (1974–1997) [204]
Mo Mowlam Trevelyan Labour MP for Redcar (1987–2001); Secretary of State for Northern Ireland (1997–1999) [205]
Oswald O'Brien St Cuthbert's Labour MP for Darlington (1983) [206]
John Pugh St Cuthbert's Liberal Democrat MP for Southport (2001–2017) [207]
Nathan Raw College of Medicine Conservative MP for Liverpool Wavertree (1918–1922) [208]
Thomas Sexton Bede Labour MP for Barnard Castle (1935–1945) [209]
Edward Shortt University Liberal MP for Newcastle upon Tyne (1910–1918); Newcastle upon Tyne West (1918–1922); Home Secretary (1919–1922); Chief Secretary for Ireland (1918–1919) [210]
David Simmonds Grey Conservative MP for Ruislip, Northwood and Pinner (2019–) [211]
Sir John Sinclair, 3rd Baronet University Liberal MP for Caithness (1869–1885) [212]
Rachel Squire Trevelyan Labour MP for Dunfermline West (1992–2005) [213]
Robert Strother Stewart Hatfield/Armstrong Liberal MP for Stockton-on-Tees (1923–1924) [214]
Thomas Charles Thompson University Liberal MP for the City of Durham (1874 & 1880–1885) [215]
Edward Timpson Hatfield Conservative MP for Crewe and Nantwich (2008–2017) [216]
Henry Villiers-Stuart University Liberal MP for County Waterford (1873–1874 & 1880–1885) [217]
Matt Warman ? Conservative MP for Boston and Skegness (2015–) [180]
Thomas Watts College of Medicine Conservative MP for Manchester Withington (1922–1923 & 1924–1929) [218]
James Wharton University Conservative MP for Stockton South (2010–2017) [219]
Jenny Willott St Mary's Liberal Democrat MP for Cardiff Central (2005–2015) [220]
Esmond Wright Armstrong Conservative MP for Glasgow Pollok (1967–1970) [221]

Members of the House of LordsEdit

Name College Notes Ref.
Charles Colville, 5th Viscount Colville of Culross St Chad's Member of the House of Lords (2011–) [222]
Jack Cunningham, Baron Cunningham of Felling Bede Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster (1998–1999) [223]
Jack Dormand, Baron Dormand of Easington Bede Chair of the Parliamentary Labour Party (1981–1987); Labour MP for Easington (1970–1987) [224]
Oliver Eden, 8th Baron Henley Collingwood Lord-in-waiting (1989, 2016–2017) [225]
Dianne Hayter, Baroness Hayter of Kentish Town Trevelyan Shadow Deputy Leader of the House of Lords (2017–) [226]
Henry Holland, 1st Viscount Knutsford University Secretary of State for the Colonies (1887–1892) [227]
Michael Jopling, Baron Jopling King's Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (1983–1987); Conservative MP for Westmorland (1964–1983); Westmorland and Lonsdale (1983–1997) [228]
Herbert Laming, Baron Laming King's Chairman of Committees (2015–2016); Convenor of the Crossbench Peers (2011–2015) [229]
Roger Lumley, 11th Earl of Scarbrough Chancellor of the University of Durham (1958–1969) [230]
Sally Morgan, Baroness Morgan of Huyton Van Mildert Member of the House of Lords (2001–) [231]
Fred Peart, Baron Peart Bede Leader of the House of Lords (1976–1979); Labour MP for Workington (1945–1976) [232]
Henry Percy, 7th Duke of Northumberland Chancellor of the University of Durham (1913–1918) [233]
Randolph Quirk, Baron Quirk Professor of English Language at University of Durham (1958–1960); Member of the House of Lords (1994–2017) [234]
John Sewel, Baron Sewel University Chairman of Committees (2012–2015); Member of the House of Lords (1996–2015) [235]
Maeve Sherlock, Baroness Sherlock St Chad's Honorary Fellow and Tutor at St Chad's College; Member of the House of Lords (2010–) [236]
Edward Short, Baron Glenmara Bede Deputy Leader of the Labour Party (1972–1976); Labour MP for Newcastle upon Tyne Central (1951–1976) [237]
Charles Vane-Tempest-Stewart, 7th Marquess of Londonderry Chancellor of the University of Durham (1931–1949) [238]

Members of devolved assemblies and parliamentsEdit

Name College Notes Ref.
Nick Ramsay St John's Conservative Member of the Welsh Assembly for Monmouth (2007–2021) [239]
Patrick Roche Graduate Society Northern Ireland Unionist Party Member of the Northern Ireland Assembly for Lagan Valley (1998–2003) [240]
Mike Tuffrey University Liberal Democrat Member of the London Assembly as the 5th Additional Member (2002–2012) [241]

Members of the European ParliamentEdit

Name College Notes Ref.
Paul Brannen ? Labour Party MEP for North East England (2014–2019) [242]
Alexandra Phillips ? Brexit Party MEP for South East England (2019–2020) [243]
Jake Pugh Hatfield Brexit Party MEP for Yorkshire and the Humber (2019–2020) [244]

Ambassadors and High CommissionersEdit

United Kingdom
Name College Notes Ref.
Asif Ahmad St Cuthbert's British High Commissioner to Jamaica and the Bahamas (2017–); British Ambassador to the Republic of the Philippines and Palau (2013–2017); British Ambassador to the Kingdom of Laos (2010–2012); British Ambassador to Thailand (2010–2012) [245]
Nick Archer St Chad's British Ambassador to the Czech Republic (2018–)
British Ambassador to Denmark (2008–2012)
British High Commissioner to Malta (2006–2008)
[246]
Norman Aspin St John's British High Commissioner to Malta (1976–1979) [247]
Bruce Bucknell Hatfield British Ambassador to Belarus (2012–2016) [248]
David Carter Hatfield British High Commissioner to Bangladesh (2000–2004) [249]
Anwar Choudhury ? Governor of the Cayman Islands (2018–)
British Ambassador to Peru (2014–2018)
British High Commissioner to Bangladesh (2004–2008)
[250]
Fergus Cochrane-Dyet Grey British High Commissioner to Zambia (2016–)
British Ambassador to Liberia (2013–2015)
British High Commissioner to Malawi (2009–2011)
British High Commissioner to the Seychelles (2007–2009)
[251]
Tim Cole St Aidan's British Ambassador to Cuba (2012–2016) [252]
Kim Darroch Hatfield British Ambassador to the United States (2016–2019)
National Security Advisor (2012–2015)
UK Permanent Representative to the European Union (2007–2011)
[253]
Cat Evans ? British Ambassador to Mali (2018–2020) [254]
Judith Farnworth Hild Bede British Ambassador to Armenia (2015–)
British Ambassador to Kyrgyzstan (2012–2015)
[255]
Matt Field ? British Ambassador to Bosnia and Herzegovina (2018–) [256]
David Fitton Hatfield British High Commissioner to Jamaica (2013–2017)
British High Commissioner to the Bahamas (2013–2017)
[257]
Alexandra Hall Hall Collingwood British Ambassador to Georgia (2013–2016) [258]
James Hennessy King's Her Majesty's Chief Inspector of Prisons (1982–1987)
Governor of British Honduras (1980–1981)
High Commissioner to Uganda (1973–1976)
Ambassador to Rwanda (1973–1976)
[259]
Benjamin Lyster-Binns St Aidan's British Ambassador to Uruguay (2012-2016) [260]
Paul Madden ? British Ambassador to Japan (2017–)
British High Commissioner to Australia (2011–2015)
British High Commissioner to Singapore (2007–2011)
[261]
Jane Marriott University British Ambassador to Yemen (2013-2015)
High Commissioner to Kenya (2019–)
[262]
Chris O'Connor ? British Ambassador to Tunisia (2008–2013) [263]
Denis Osborne University British High Commissioner to Malawi (1987–1990) [264]
William Quantrill Hatfield British High Commissioner to Cameroon (1991–1995) [265]
Chris Rampling Van Mildert British Ambassador to Lebanon (2018–) [266]
Allan Ramsay ? British Ambassador to Lebanon (1988-1990)
British Ambassador to Sudan (1990-1991)
British Ambassador to Morocco (1992-1996)
[267]
John Richmond British Ambassador to Sudan (1965–1966)
British Ambassador to Kuwait (1961–1963)
[268]
Michael Scott King's British Ambassador to Nepal (1974-1977)
British High Commissioner to Malawi (1977-1979)
British High Commissioner to Bangladesh (1980-1981)
[269]
James Lyall Sharp St Cuthbert's British Ambassador to Azerbaijan (2019–)
British Ambassador to Kazakhstan (2002–2005)
[270]
Sam Thomas ? British Ambassador to Mauritania (2018–2019) [271]
Jan Thompson Collingwood British Ambassador to the Czech Republic (2013–2017) [272]
Jonathan Wilks University British Ambassador to Iraq (2017–)
British Ambassador to Oman (2014–2017)
British Ambassador to Yemen (2010–2011)
[273]
Other countries
Name College Notes Ref.
K. B. Asante University Ghanaian Ambassador to Belgium, Luxembourg, and the European Economic Community (1976–1978)
Ghanaian Ambassador to Switzerland and Australia (1967–1972)
[274]
Phyllis Kandie ? Kenyan Ambassador to Belgium, Luxembourg and the European Union (2018–) [275]
Desra Percaya ? Permanent Representative of Indonesia to the United Nations (2012–2015) [276]
Samir Sumaidaie ? Iraqi Ambassador to the United States (2006–2011)
Permanent Representative of Iraq to the United Nations (2004–2006)
[277]

Civil ServiceEdit

Home Civil Service
Name College Notes Ref.
Adrian Brown ? Director of Parliamentary Archives (2014–) [278]
Clare Cameron University Director, Defence Innovation, Ministry of Defence (2019–) [279]
Ian Chapman ? Chief Executive of the United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority [280]
Shona Dunn ? Second Permanent Secretary, Home Office (2018–2021) [281]
Kumar Iyer University Chief Economist, Foreign and Commonwealth Office (2019–) [282]
Jonathan Jones St Chad's Permanent Secretary, Government Legal Department (2014–2020) [283]
Richard Paniguian Hatfield Head of Defence & Security Organisation (2008–2015) [284]
Graham Savage Education Officer, London County Council (1940–1951)
Nicola Spence St Aidan's Chief Plant Health Officer, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (2014–) [285]
Mike Tomlinson ? Chief Inspector at Ofsted (2000–2002) [286]
Overseas Civil Service
Name College Notes Ref.
John Rawling Todd Hatfield Secretary for Housing, British Hong Kong (1986–1988) [287]
John Francis Yaxley Hatfield Hong Kong Commissioner in London (1989–1993) [288]

OthersEdit

Politicians overseas
Name College Notes Ref.
Crispin Adeniyi-Jones College of Medicine President of Nigerian National Democratic Party; Member of Legislative Council of Nigeria (1923–1938) [289]
Charles Bruzon Ushaw Member of the Gibraltar Parliament (2002–2013) [290]
Henry Rawlingson Carr ? Member of Legislative Council of Nigeria (1933–1944) [291]
John Douglas University Premier of Queensland (1877–1879) [292]
Kinfe Gebremedhin Hatfield Chief of Security and Immigration, Ethiopia [293]
Kerryann Ifill ? President of the Senate of Barbados (2012–2018) [294]
Norman Lacy ? Liberal Party Member of the Victorian Legislative Assembly for Warrandyte (1973–1982) [295]
Eduardo Lopez-Reyes Ustinov National Vice Chairman of the Republican Liberty Caucus, United States [296]
Maszlee Malik ? Malaysian Minister of Education (2018–2020) [297]
Milton Margai Fourah Bay/College of Medicine Prime Minister of Sierra Leone (1958–1964) [298]
Steven Marshall ? Premier of South Australia (2018–) [299]
Maurice Berkeley Portman University Member of the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Canada for East Middlesex (1861–1863) [300]
Elsie Tu Armstrong Member of the Legislative Council of Hong Kong (1988–1995); Member of the Urban Council of Hong Kong (1963–1995) [301]
Campaigners and activists
Name College Notes Ref.
Rodney Atkinson Collingwood Eurosceptic campaigner; 1997 general election Referendum Party candidate for North West Durham, 1999 European Elections UK Independence Party (UKIP) candidate for the North East Region [302]
Tracy Philipps Hatfield Secretary-General of the International Union for Conservation of Nature (1955–1958) [303]
Francis Ambrose Ridley Non-Collegiate President of the National Secular Society (1951–1963) [304]
Charles Andrew Smith Armstrong Chairman of the Independent Labour Party (1939–1941); Chairman of the Common Wealth Party (1945–1947) [305]
Kevin Watkins University Chief Executive of Save the Children (2016–) [306]

ReligionEdit

Archbishops and PrimatesEdit

Name College Notes Ref.
Walter Robert Adams University Archbishop of Yukon (1947–1952) [307]
Drexel Gomez St Chad's Archbishop of the West Indies (1998–2009) [308]
Alastair Haggart Hatfield Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church (1977–1985) [309]
Josiah Idowu-Fearon St John's Archbishop of Kaduna (2002–2008) [310]
James Horstead University Archbishop of West Africa (1955–1961) [311]
Edward Hutson Codrington Archbishop of the West Indies (1922–1936) [312]
Henry Ndukuba ? Primate of the Anglican Church of Nigeria (2020–) [313]
Michael Ramsey Van Mildert Professor of Divinity (1940–1950); Archbishop of Canterbury (1961–1974) [314]
Theophilos III University Patriarch of the Orthodox Church of Jerusalem (2005–) [315]
Justin Welby St John's Archbishop of Canterbury (2013–) [316]
John Wilson ? Archbishop of Southwark (2019–) [317]

BishopsEdit

Name College Notes Ref.
Thomas Makinson Armour St Chad's Bishop of Wangaratta [318]
Robert Ronald Atwell St John's Bishop of Stockport [319]
Clifford Barker St Chad's Bishop of Whitby (1976–1983); Bishop of Selby (1983–1991) [320]
Frederic Beaven University Bishop of Mashonaland (1911–1925) [321]
James Harold Bell St John's Bishop of Knaresborough [322]
David Williams Bentley St Cuthbert's Bishop of Barbados [323]
Richard Blackburn St John's Bishop of Warrington [324]
John Boys Hatfield Bishop of Kimberley and Kuruman [325]
Ronald Brown ? Bishop of Birkenhead [326]
Mark Bryant St John's Bishop of Jarrow [327]
Cyril Bulley St Chad's Bishop of Penrith (1959–1966); Bishop of Carlisle (1966–1972) [328]
Edmund Capper St Cuthert's Bishop of St Helena (1967–1973) [329]
Gething Caulton St Chad's Bishop of Melanesia [330]
Alan Chesters St Chad's Bishop of Blackburn (1989–2003) [331]
Steven Croft St John's Bishop of Sheffield (2008–2016); Bishop of Oxford (2016–) [332]
Harold Darby ? Bishop of Sherwood (1975–1988) [333]
David Edwardes Hatfield Bishop of Bangor (1944–1949) [334]
Mark Davies Ushaw Roman Catholic Bishop of Shrewsbury (2010–) [335]
Peter Dawes Hatfield Bishop of Derby (1988–1995) [336]
Michael Doe Bishop of Swindon (1994–2001) [337]
Arthur Douglas Hatfield Bishop of Aberdeen and Orkney (1883–1905) [338]
Christopher Paul St John's Bishop of Bolton [339]
Christopher Foster University Bishop of Portsmouth [340]
George Frodsham University Bishop of North Queensland (1902–1913) [341]
John Gaisford St Chad's Bishop of Beverley (1994–2000) [342]
Michael Frederick St John's Bishop of Doncaster (1993–1999) [343]
John Gladwin St John's Bishop of Chelmsford (2004–2009) [344]
John Goddard St Chad's Bishop of Burnley (2000–2014) [345]
Frederick Goldie Hatfield Bishop of Glasgow and Galloway (1974–1980) [346]
Temple Hamlyn Hatfield Bishop of Accra (1908–1910) [347]
Clive Handford Hatfield Bishop in Cyprus and the Gulf (1997–2007) [348]
Ralph Hawkins Hatfield Bishop of Bunbury (1957–1977) [349]
Robert Hay Hatfield Bishop of Tasmania (1919–1943) [350]
Samuel Heaslett University Bishop of South Tokyo (1921–1941) [351]
Michael Henshall St Chad's Bishop Suffragan of Warrington (1976–96) [352]
George Hills University Bishop of British Columbia (1859–1892) [353]
Nick Holtam Collingwood Bishop of Salisbury [354]
William Walsham How University Bishop of Wakefield (1889–1897) [355]
John Howe St Chad's Bishop of St Andrews, Dunkeld and Dunblane (1955–1969) [356]
John Taylor Hughes Bede Bishop of Croydon (1956–1977) [357]
John Inge St Chad's Bishop of Worcester (2007–) [358]
Michael Ipgrave St Chad's Bishop of Woolwich (2012–2016); Bishop of Lichfield (2016–) [359]
Francis Johnston Hatfield Bishop of Egypt (1952–1958) [360]
Thomas Sherwood Jones Non-Collegiate Bishop of Hulme (1930–1945) [361]
William Stanton Jones Non-Collegiate Bishop of Sodor and Man (1928–1942) [362]
Donald Knowles Hatfield Bishop of Antigua (1953–1969) [363]
Libby Lane St John's Bishop of Stockport (2015–2019) [364]
James Linton St John's Bishop in Persia (1917–1935) [365]
Evered Lunt University Bishop of Stepney (1957–1968) [366]
Peter Maurice St Chad's Bishop of Taunton [367]
Sandy Millar St John's Bishop of the Church of Uganda, serving as Assistant Bishop for Mission in the Diocese of London [368]
Cecil Norgate St Chad's Bishop of Masasi (1984–1992) [369]
Robert Paterson St John's Bishop of Sodor and Man (2008–2016) [370]
Geoffrey Seagrave Pearson St John's Bishop of Lancaster (2006–2017) [371]
Anthony Russell St Chad's Bishop of Dorchester (1988–2000); Bishop of Ely (2000–2010) [372]
Mark Rylands Hild Bede Bishop of Shrewsbury (2009–2018) [373]
Frank Sargeant St John's Bishop of Stockport (1984–1994); Bishop at Lambeth (1994–1999) [374]
John Saxbee St John's Bishop of Ludlow (1994–2002); Bishop of Lincoln (2002–2011) [375]
Bertram Simpson University Bishop of Kensington (1932–1942); Bishop of Southwark (1942–1959) [376]
William Nigel Stock St Cuthbert's Bishop of Stockport (2000–2007); Bishop of St Edmundsbury and Ipswich (2007–2013); Bishop at Lambeth (2013–2017); Bishop to the Forces and Bishop for the Falkland Islands (2014–2017) [377]
Cyril Swaby St John's Bishop of Jamaica (1968–1975) [378]
Proctor Swaby Hatfield Bishop of Guyana (1893–1899); Bishop of Barbados and the Windward Islands (1899–1916) [379]
Gordon Tindall Hatfield Bishop of Grahamstown (1964–1969) [380]
John Tinsley St John's Bishop of Bristol (1975–1985) [381]
Michael Turnbull St John's Bishop of Durham (1994–2003) [382]
James Turner University Bishop of Grafton and Armidale (1869–1893) [383]
Dennis Victor Hatfield Bishop of Lebombo [384]
Martin Warner St Chad's Bishop of Chichester (2012–) [385]
Martin Wharton Van Mildert Bishop of Newcastle (1997–2014) [386]
Alison White St Aidan's/St John's Bishop of Hull [387]
Alan Williams Grey Bishop of Brentwood (2014–) [388]
Paul Gavin Williams Grey Bishop of Kensington (2009–2015); Bishop of Southwell and Nottingham (2015–) [389]
Pete Wilcox St John's Bishop of Sheffield (2017–) [390]

ArchdeaconsEdit

Name College Notes Ref.
Henry Carden Hatfield Archdeacon of Lahore (1929–1934) [391]
Alexander Chisholm Hatfield Archdeacon of Carlisle (1947–1958) [392]
Richard Blundell Comins Hatfield Archdeacon of Northern Melanesia (1900–1910) [393]
Herbert Edmonds Hatfield Archdeacon of Madras (1937–1940) [394]
Hugh Edwardes Hatfield Archdeacon of Port Elizabeth (1933–1944) [395]
Richard Gillings St Chad's Archdeacon of Macclesfield (1994–2004) [396]
Glyndwr Hackett Hatfield Archdeacon of Monmouth (2001–2008) [397]
Thomas Hodgson Hatfield Archdeacon of Huntingdon (1915–1921) [398]
Robert Jones Hatfield Archdeacon of Worcester (2014–) [399]
George MacDermott Hatfield Archdeacon of Norwich (1921–1938) [400]
Henry Marriott Hatfield Archdeacon of Bermuda (1925–1951) [401]
Frederic Murray Hatfield Archdeacon of Belize (1907–1918) [402]
Andrew Ritchie Hatfield Archdeacon of Surrey (1949–1955) [403]
Morris Rodham Hatfield Archdeacon of Warwick (2010–2019) [404]
Richard Ross-Lewin Hatfield Archdeacon of Limerick (1919–1921) [405]
Edward Seager Hatfield Archdeacon of Dorset (1955–1974) [406]
Andrew Spens of Craigsanquhar Hatfield Archdeacon of Lahore (1892–1900) [407]
Basil Stratton Hatfield Archdeacon of Lichfield (1959–1974) [408]
Paul Wheatley ? Archdeacon of Sherborne (1991–2003) [409]
David Williams Hatfield Archdeacon of Cardigan (1928–1936) [410]

DeansEdit

Name College Notes Ref.
Bill Baddeley St Chad's Dean of Brisbane (1958–1967) [411]
John Barker ? Dean of Cloyne (1973–1984) [412]
Adrian Dorber St John's Dean of Lichfield (2005–) [413]
Jonathan Draper St John's Dean of Exeter (2012–2017) [414]
Edward Frossard University Dean of Guernsey (1947–1967) [415]
John Robert Hall St Chad's Dean of Westminster (2006–2019) [416]
Jane Hedges St John's Dean of Norwich (2014–) [417]
Roderick Mackay Hatfield Dean of Edinburgh (1939-1954) [418]
Geoff Miller ? Dean of Newcastle (2018–) [419]
John Seaford St Chad's Dean of Jersey (1993–2005) [420]
Edward Shotter ? Dean of Rochester (1989–2003) [421]
Michael Tavinor University Dean of Hereford (2002–2021) [422]

Other clericsEdit

Name College Notes Ref.
Peter Adam ? Principal of Ridley College (2002–2012) [423]
Ronald Beddoes St Chad's Provost of Derby (1953–1981) [424]
Joseph Cassidy Principal of St Chad's College (1997–2015), Non-Residentiary Canon of Durham Cathedral (2001–2015) [425]
George Dragas ? Professor of Patristics at Hellenic College Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology [426]
John Galbraith Graham Chaplain and Tutor at St Chad's College (1949–1952); crossword puzzle writer, 'Araucaria' of The Guardian [427]
Robert Hornby University Held Curacy at Wakefield and Flaxton, noted antiquarian [428]
Francis ffolkes, 5th Baronet Hatfield Rector of Hillington, Norfolk, Chaplain-in-Ordinary to King George V [429]
Alan Horsley St Chad's Provost of St Andrew's Cathedral, Inverness (1988–1991) [430]
William Kay Hatfield Provost of Blackburn Cathedral (1936–1961) [431]
John Anthony McGuckin Ushaw Nielsen Professor of Church History, Union Theological Seminary [432]
Hugh McIntosh Hatfield Provost of St Mary's Cathedral, Glasgow (1966–1970) [433]
John McManners St Chad's Regius Professor of Ecclesiastical History, University of Oxford (1972–1984) [434]
Iain Murray Bede Founder of Banner of Truth Trust [435]
David Pawson King's Arminianism minister and Bible teacher [436]
Leonard Sharland St John's CMS missionary in Southern Sudan; Canon of Khartoum (1951–1958) [437]
Richard Turnbull St John's Principal of Wycliffe Hall, Oxford (2005–2012) [438]
Stephen Warner University Rector of Holy Trinity, Eastbourne [439]
Bill Williams Hatfield Provost of Coventry Cathedral (1958–1981) [440]

RoyaltyEdit

Name College Notes Ref.
Guillaume of Luxembourg University Heir apparent of the Grand Ducal Family of Luxembourg (2000–) [441]
Emmanuel de Merode ? Prince of the House of Merode; Director of Virunga National Park (2008–) [442]
Khalid bin Sultan bin Zayed Al Nahyan Ustinov Sheikh of the Al Nahyan family, rulers of the emirate of Abu Dhabi [443]
Sultan bin Muhammad Al-Qasimi ? Emir of Sharjah (1972–) [444]
Faisal bin Mishaal Al Saud ? Prince of the House of Saud; Governor of Al-Qassim Province (2015–) [445]

Sports peopleEdit

Olympic medallistsEdit

Name College Course Medal Ref
Fiona Crackles Collingwood Bsc Sport and Exercise Science Bronze medal (field hockey) at 2020 Summer Olympics (held in 2021) in Tokyo
Jonathan Edwards Van Mildert BSc Physics Gold medal (triple jump) at 2000 Olympics in Sydney; Silver medal in triple jump at 1996 Olympics in Atlanta [446]
Angus Groom Hatfield BSc Natural Sciences Silver medal (Quad sculls) at 2020 Summer Olympics (held in 2021) in Tokyo [447]
Sophie Hosking Trevs BSc Chemistry and Physics Gold medal (lightweight double sculls) at 2012 Olympics in London [448]
Stephen Rowbotham Collingwood BA Business Economics Bronze medal (double sculls) at 2008 Olympics in Beijing [449]

Basketball playersEdit

CricketersEdit

 
Holly Colvin, youngest Test cricketer of either sex to play for England
 
Andrew Strauss, Former Captain of England's Test cricket team
 
Typhoon Tyson, England fast bowler

FootballersEdit

 
Layla Young, England goalkeeper

Field Hockey playersEdit

RowersEdit

Rugby playersEdit

RunnersEdit

Tennis playersEdit

Other sports peopleEdit

 
Explorer Robert Swan
  • Peter Elleray (Collingwood) – Formula One and Le Mans Race Car designer
  • Katharine Ford (Hatfield) – 4 times world-record holding Ultracyclist and the first ever Briton to ride for 12 Hours or more on an Indoor Velodrome and Static bicycle
  • Shirin Gerami – first Iranian woman triathlete[462]
  • Michael Knighton (Cuths) – Chairman of Carlisle United F.C.
  • Robert Swan (St Chad's) – Honorary Fellow of St Chad's, Explorer – the first person to reach both the South and North Pole on foot
  • Jock Wishart (Bede) – set a new world record for circumnavigation of the globe in a powered vessel and organising the Polar Race

WritersEdit

AuthorsEdit

 
Edward Bradley, who wrote as Cuthbert Bede
 
Minette Walters, bestselling author and crime writer
 
Peter Watson, popular historian
 
Charles Gidley Wheeler, author of historical novels

JournalistsEdit

 
Sir Harold Evans, Editor at Large, Reuters
 
Jeremy Vine, journalist and presenter for the BBC

Poets, dramatists and translatorsEdit

MiscellaneousEdit

NotesEdit

  1. ^ From Epiphany term of 1871 the university, as a way of lowering the cost of studying at Durham, began to admit students without the need to join a college or hall – an innovation that may have been influenced by Oxford's decision to admit non-collegiate students in 1868.[1] This change proved popular, and between 1870/71 and 1890/91 the 'Unattached Members' were 28% of entrants.[2]

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