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Hewlett Johnson Papers

Index of people mentioned in this archive

  • Abbess of the Monastero delle Clarisse S. Quirico, Assissi
  • Aberhart, William, Mr.
  • Abramsky, C., Mr.
  • Acheson, Dean Gooderham, Mr., 1893-1971 (US lawyer and statesman)
  • Acland, Frank, D., Captain
  • Ackland, Valentine, Ms., 1906-1969 (member of the Communist Party and journalist)
  • Adams, G. A. S., Revd. (Rector of Nettlestead)
  • Adams, John, Mr.
  • Adams, S., Mrs.
  • Adams, W. Scott, Revd.
  • Aday, Gamil, Mr.
  • Adderley, H., Mr.
  • Adenauer, Konrad, Dr., 1876-1967 (Chancellor of West Germany 1949-63)
  • Adie, Michail E., Mr.
  • Agard, Erik, Mr. (Theology student at Arhus, Denmark)
  • Agassiz, Lewis, Mr. (presumably a descendant of the Swiss family whose members included the scientists Louis and Alexander Agassiz)
  • Ainley, Ben, Mr. (Manchester and District Peace Committee)
  • Albert, Gerard, Mr. (of Montreal)
  • Albert, John, Mr.
  • Alcock, Walter, Sir (organist of Salisbury Cathedral)
  • Aldred, Guy, Mr., 1886-1963 (proprietor of the Strickland Press)
  • Aleshin, Mr. (Secretary of the Embassy of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics)
  • Alexanda, Patriarch
  • Alexander, M. R., Mrs.
  • Alexie, Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia, 1877-1970 (elected 2nd February, 1945)
  • Alexei of Yaroslavl, Archbishop
  • Alice
  • Alington, Cyril Argentine, Revd., 1872-1955 (Dean of Durham 1933-1951)
  • Allardyce, Carrie Helena, Ms.
  • Allen, Agnes, Mrs. (wife of Frederick Lewis Allen, editor of Harpers Magazine)
  • Allen, Elizabeth A., Miss (General Secretary of the National Council of Civil Liberties, 1949)
  • Allen, E. G., Mrs.
  • Allen, T. J., Mr.
  • Allenby, John, G., Mr.
  • Alley, Rewi, Mr.,1897-1987 (New Zealand-born social reformer and writer)
  • Allinson, H. C. W., Revd. (Rector of Hinxhill)
  • Altabeb, Solomon, A. , Rabbi
  • Ames, John, Mr., (of Vancouver)
  • Amphlett Micklewright, F. H., Revd.
  • Amsden, Mr.
  • Andrew, G., Mr.
  • Andrew, G. Findlay, Mr.
  • Andrews, Charles Freer, Revd., 1871-1940
  • Angus, Revd. (of Belfast)
  • Ankers, M., Miss
  • Anson, Harold, Revd.
  • Anderson, Mr. (of Dore and Anderson)
  • Anderson, Perolow, Mr. (reporter)
  • Andrews, Edward, Mr. (Secretary of the Chester Diocesan Finance Association)
  • Anonowitz, Leonard, Mr. (of Atlantic City, New Jersey)
  • Anthias, Teukros, Mr., 1903-1968 (Cypriot? Communist writer)
  • Applin, Percy, Mr. (verger at Canterbury Cathedral)
  • Araquiatain, Madame
  • Archer, Henry, W. (editor of the 'Manchester Evening News')
  • Arma, Paul, Mr.
  • Armitage, D. M., Miss
  • Armstrong, Frank, C., Revd. (St. Paul's Church, Hoboken, New Jersey)
  • Arnison, Jim, Mr. (organiser of the Communist Party of Great Britain, Manchester and Salford Area)
  • Arnold, Brian H., Mr. (Honorary Secretary of the Canterbury Choral Society)
  • Arnot, Robin Page, Mr., 1890-1986 (one of the founder members of the Communist party in 1920 and a member of the Party's Central Committee)
  • Arrowsmith, E. G., Mr. (Representative of the Confederation Life Association of Canada)
  • Arter, Jones D, Revd.
  • Ashburton, Lord USE Baring, Alexander, 6th Baron Ashburton
  • Ashbury, James, Mr.
  • Ashby, Graham, Mr.
  • Ashcroft, Alice, Ms.
  • Ashford, Montague B., Mr.
  • Ashley, Graham, Mr.
  • Ashly, Hilda, Ms.
  • Aslan, Ana, Dr., b.1897 (Gerontologist who discovered Gerovital-H3)
  • Astill, John, Mr.
  • Atanas, Polly, Miss
  • Atcherley, Miss
  • Atholl, Duchess USE Murray, Katharine Marjory Stewart, Duchess of Atholl, 1874-1960 (public servant and politician, born Katharine Marjory Ramsay)
  • Att, M., Mr.
  • Auerbach, Erich, Mr.
  • Aukema, Richard, Mr. (of Wisconsin)
  • Austin, Frank, Mr.
  • Austin, George Sr., Mr., d. 1848 (Cathedral surveyor)
  • Austin, Mr. (St. Stephens, Canterbury, sports ground owner)
  • Aylwin, Mr. (tenant of 40 Palace St.)
  • Aylwin, Mrs. (tenant of 40 Palace St.)
  • Ayscough, Perry, Miss (tenant at Palace Street 52)
  • B
  • Babington, Margaret A., Miss, 1878-1958 (Secretary to the Friends of Canterbury Cathedral)
  • Bacon, H., Mr.
  • Baddeley, Vincent, Sir (Private Secretary to Reginald McKenna, First Lord of the Admiralty)
  • Baden-Beadle, George, Mr. (Director of Faith Craft-Works, Ltd.)
  • Baden-Powell, Robert Stephenson Smyth 1st Baron Baden-Powell of Gilwell, 1857- 1941(Army Officer and founder of Scouting)
  • Bader, M., Mr. (of Hashomer Hatzair Settlements, Ltd.)
  • Bail?, Mary, Ms.
  • Bailey, Betty Lydia, Miss (Simon Langton Girls' School Mistress)
  • Bainbridge, W., Mr. (maker of the Canterbury Cathedral processional cross)
  • Baines, C. Owen, Mrs.
  • Bains, John, T., Mr.
  • Bagenal, Hope, Ms. (designer of the Canterbury Cathedral processional cross) USE Bagenal, Hope, Mr. (designer of the Canterbury Cathedral processional cross)
  • Bagenal, Hope, Mr. (designer of the Canterbury Cathedral processional cross)
  • Bagwell, Philip,. S., Mr. (Communist Part of Great Britain, Isle of Wight branch)
  • Baker, A. G., Mr. (Canterbury Cathedral junior clerk)
  • Baker, C. H., Mr. (of Lloyds Bank)
  • Baker, Mr. (clerk to the Whitstable Urban District Council)
  • Baker, P. J., Mr. (Canterbury Cathedral lay clerk)
  • Baldwin, Stanley, Sir 1st Earl Baldwin of Bewdley, 1867-1947 (British Conservative Prime Minister 1923-4, 1924-9, and 1935-7)
  • Barry
  • Bruce, Robert, 8th Lord Balfour of Burleigh (b. 1927)
  • Ball, W. A. R., Canon
  • Ballard Marsh, M., Mrs.
  • Banks, C. Pendock, Revd. (tenant of Precincts 12)
  • Banks, H., Mr. (director of Henderson White Ltd.)
  • Banks, S. J. Egerton, Mr. (Honorary Treasurer of the Friends of Canterbury Cathedral) USE Egerton-Banks, S. J., Mr. (Honorary Treasurer of the Friends of Canterbury Cathedral)
  • Barber, G. H., Mr.
  • Barber, John, J., Mr.
  • Barber, M., Miss
  • Bardsley, W. L., Mr. (Secretary of the Social Credit Secretariat)
  • Baring, Alexander, 6th Baron Ashburton
  • Barker, A. W., Revd.
  • Barker, Aldred, F., Mr.
  • Barker, C. M., Mr. (Minor Canon, Canterbury Cathedral)
  • Barker, Gwyn, Ms. (secretary, The Personal Service League)
  • Barker, Herbert Graham, Mr. (Canterbury Cathedral Chapter agent until 1940)
  • Barker, William, H., Mr.
  • Barley, Simon, Mr. (husband of Johnson's younger daughter, Keren)
  • Barlow, Mary, Ms.
  • Barlow, James Alan Noel 1881-1968 (private secretary to Ramsay Macdonald in 1933-1934)
  • Barnabas, Jean R., Revd. (Wolloon and Huguenot Pastor)
  • Barnard, T. A., Mr. (The Canadian Legion of the British Service League)
  • Barnes, A. C. T., Mr. (Birmingham)
  • Barnes, Emery W., Mr. USE Barnes, Emery W., Dr.
  • Barnes, Emery W., Dr.
  • Barnes, Emily, E. S., Ms.
  • Barnes, Ernest William, 1874-1953 (Bishop of Birmingham)
  • Barnes, Margaret (Hewlett Johnson's niece)
  • Barr, Norman Burton, Mr. (of Chicago, Illinois)
  • Barrow ?
  • Barrow, Miss (tenant at Burgate 11 and 12)
  • Barry, Francis, Mr.
  • Barsky, Edward K, Mr.
  • Barta, Beatrice, E., Miss
  • Bartha, Tibor, Bishop (Bishop of the General Synod, Hungary)
  • Bartlett, Julian, Dean (Grace Cathedral, San Francisco, California)
  • Barton, V. F., Miss
  • Bassett, D., Mr.
  • Bastable, Helen, Mrs. (Secretary of the Committee for Democratic rights in the U.S.A.)
  • Bates, Robert, Mr. (former schoolfriend of Hewlett Johnson)
  • Battersbee, Harry, Mr. (Royal Commonwealth Society)
  • Batts, Richard, Master (son of Mrs. Wraight, pupil at Canterbury Cathedral Choir School)
  • Bauman, Hans, Mr.
  • Bayly, A. L., Mr.
  • Beatrice
  • Beazley, E. A., Mr. (lessee of Burgate 19)
  • Bedell Smith, General USE Smith, Walter Bedell, General, 1895-1961 (U.S. army officer who played a major role in planning "D" Day, and was U.S. Ambassador in Moscow from 1946-1949)
  • Beedham, K. A., Ms.
  • Beer, V. B., Mr.
  • Beetham, Marjorie, Miss
  • Belanger, Rosaire, Mr.
  • Belfrage, Cedric, Mr., 1904-1990 (socialist, author, journalist, translator and co-founder of the radical US-weekly newspaper the National Guardian)
  • Bell, Abraham, Mr.
  • Bell, Chalmers H., Revd.
  • Bell, Dr. (of the British Museum)
  • Bell, Eva Mary, Mrs. (i.e. Mrs. G. H. Bell, Vice-Chairman of the Organising Office Committee, Cathedral Pilgrimage of 1934)
  • Bell, George (Kennedy Allen), Bishop of Chichester, 1883-1958 (Dean of Canterbury 1924-9)
  • Benes, Eduard, Dr., 1884-1948 (President of Czechoslovakia 1935-8 and 1941-8)
  • Benn, Anthony Wedgwood (Tony Benn), 1925- (British politician, elected a Labour member of Parliament in 1950)
  • Bennett, Frank Selwyn Macaulay, Revd., 1866-1947 (Dean of Chester, 1920-1937)
  • Bennett, G. G., Mr.
  • Bennett, P. G., Mr. (candidate for Parker Exhibitions)
  • Benson, H. W., Revd.
  • Beresztocz, Miklos, Bishop
  • Beria Lavrenti (Pavlovich )Mr., 1899-1953 (Soviet politician and head of the secret police 1938-53 who was arrested and executed after Stalin's death)
  • Bernal, (John) Desmond, Prof., 1901-1971 (physicist)
  • Bernau, Gustav, Mr. (Czech translator)
  • Berney, Geoffrey, Mr.
  • Berney, R., Mrs.
  • Berry, J., Mr.
  • Berry, John, Revd. (Garrison Chaplain, Canterbury - 1958)
  • Berti, Giuseppe, Signor (Associazione ITALIA-URSS)
  • Bertram, Lady
  • Besant
  • Bessie
  • Bevan, Aneurin, Mr., 1897-1960 (British Cabinet Minister who as Minister of Health 1945-51 who created the National Health Service)
  • Bevan, Stacey, John, Mr.
  • Beveridge, William Henry, Baron Beveridge, 1879-1963 (social reformer and economist)
  • Bhumibol Adulyadej, King of Thailand, b.1927
  • Beswick, L., Captain
  • Bickersteth, (John) Burgon, Dr. 1888-1979 (academic administrator)
  • Bickersteth, Kenneth J. F., Revd. (Archdeacon of Maidstone)
  • Bickersteth, Mrs. (wife of Canon Samuel Bickersteth)
  • Bickersteth, Samuel, Canon, d. 1937 (canon librarian of Canterbury Cathedral)
  • Bidwell, Bishop (Vicar of Sellindge)
  • Biffen, H. G., Mr. (Canterbury Cathedral stone carver)
  • Bigelow, Mrs.
  • Biggleston, Mr. (electrician)
  • Bilbo, Jack, Mr., 1907-1967 (German writer and artist born Hugo Baruch)
  • Billing, C.T.
  • Binks, Alfred E., Revd.
  • Binnall, Geraldine, B., Mrs.
  • Binns, John, E.
  • Binyon, G. C., Revd.
  • Birch, F., Mr. (of Stratford-on-Avon)
  • Birch, J. A., Mr.
  • Bird, A. Brian, Revd. (the vicarage, Edwarstone, Essex)
  • Bird, Hartley, C., Revd. (St. Laurence Vicarage, Ramsgate, Kent)
  • Birley, Norman Pellew, Major, 1891-1980 (Headmaster of the King's School, Canterbury)
  • Birley, R., Mr. (Headmaster of Eton and Chairman of the Headmasters' Conference)
  • Bishop, R., Mr. (member of the British-Soviet Society)
  • Bissell, Claude, Dr., d.2000 (President of the University of Toronto from 1958-1971)
  • Biswas, Chitta, Mr. (Tagore Centenary Peace Festival, All India Committee)
  • Black, Hugo LaFayette, Justice, 1886-1971 (American Democratic politician and jurist )
  • Blackburn, W. K., Mr.
  • Blake, Sydney, Mr. (Deputy Secretary of National Union of Teachers)
  • Blackett, Patrick. Mr.
  • Blackman, Mr. (Rector of Wickhambreaux)
  • Blackmore, H. S., Mr. (plumber apprentice)
  • Blackmore, P. R., Mr. (Manager of the Herbert Reiach, Ltd. Publishers, London)
  • Blackwood, Ramsay, Mr. (West Indian writer)
  • Blake, Albert Edward, Revd.
  • Blanesburgh, Lord USE Younger, Robert, Baron Blanesburgh, 1861-1946 (judge)
  • Blaxall, A. W., Revd. (Reigate, Surrey, 1968)
  • Blewitt, Denis, Mr. (reporter)
  • Bligh, S. W., Mr.
  • Bliss, L. J., Revd. (Christ Church Vicarage, Rotherhithe)
  • Blitt, Richard Nevius, Revd. (of St. Paul's Parish, Washington D.C., USA)
  • Blockway, A. Fenner (Secretary of the Independent Labour Party) USE Brockway, Fenner, Mr., 1888-1988 (Socialist activist and Secretary of the Independent Labour Party, 1937)
  • Blomfield, Jane Seymour, Mrs.
  • Blore, G. A., Mr.
  • Blore, William Parry, Mr. (Canterbury Cathedral Librarian)
  • Blum, Rene, Mrs. (Honorary Ministry U.R.S.S. and Poland)
  • Blundell, Philip, Mr.
  • Blundell, J. H. K., Mr.
  • Bogarde, Dirk, Mr., 1921-1999 (born Derek Jules Gaspard Ulric Niven van den Bogaerde)
  • Bolton, J., Sergt. (RAF)
  • Bomberg, Jack, Mr.
  • Boon, Eric, Mr. (of Chatteris, boxer, Lightweight Champion of Great Britain)
  • Bordes, Maria, Miss
  • Bossanyi, Erwin, Mr. (Hungarian stained glass craftsman who worked on the windows of Canterbury Cathedral)
  • Bossanyi, Jo, Ms. (daughter of Erwin Bossanyi)
  • Bossanyi, Wilma, Mrs. (wife of Erwin Bossanyi?)
  • Boulier, Jean, Abbé, (left-wing Jesuit of the Catholic Institute of Paris, prominent in the French Peace Movement)
  • Boult, Adrian (Cedric), Sir, 1889-1983 (music director of the BBC Symphony Orchestra from 1930-1948)
  • Bouquet, Alan Coates, Revd. Dr., 1884-1976 (theologian)
  • Bouquet, John, A., Mr.
  • Bousfield, A. S., Revd. (vicar of Brookland)
  • Bousted, P. P., Revd.
  • Bowcott, Agnes, W., Ms.
  • Bowden, (Bertram) Vivian, Baron Bowden, 1910-1989 (scientist and educationist)
  • Bowden, Ingham, Mr.
  • Bowes, G., Mr.
  • Bowles, Don, Mr. (lessee of Palace St. 59, purveyor of musical instruments)
  • Bowller, S. J. W., Mr.
  • Bown, F. T., Mr. (Institute Bn. Leicestershire Regt., India)
  • Boyd Orr, John, Mr., 1880-1971 (Nobel Peace Prize 1949)
  • Boyle, John, Mr. (Town Clerk and Clerk of the Peace, Canterbury)
  • Boyle, Sample, B., Mr. (from Nigeria)
  • Bradburn, H., Revd. (of Milton Regis)
  • Bradbury, G., Mr. (District Secretary of the Communist Party of Great Britain, Kent District Committee)
  • Brade-Birks, Stanley Graham, Mr. (writer on farming and archaeology)
  • Bradfield, H. W., Revd. (Secretary of the Diocesan Board of Finance)
  • Bradford, Major (member of the Friends of Canterbury Cathedral)
  • Bradley, C. P. , Revd. (of Australia)
  • Bradley, W., Mr. (retired headmaster)
  • Bradshaw, Herbert Alexander, Mr. (of Liverpool)
  • Brady, H. K., Miss (of Broadstairs)
  • Braggiotti, Mary, Miss
  • Bramley, Margaret, Mrs.
  • Brass, William, Sir
  • Brenchley, Lady
  • Brenchley, Sir William
  • Brett Fort, John, Revd. (of St. John's Episcopal Church, Bangor, Maine)
  • Briant, Eileen, D., Mrs.
  • Bridges, Ethel T. Miss
  • Bridges, Mary, Ms. (of Canterbury)
  • Briggs, Arthur, Mr.
  • Brinton, Henry, Mr. (Secretary of the League of Nations Union)
  • Brister, S. S., Mr. (Secretary of the Ecclesiastical Commission)
  • Brittain, Vera Mary, Miss., 1893-1970 (English writer, feminist and pacifist)
  • Britten, Mrs.
  • Bryan, Derek, Mr.
  • Broadbridge, George, Sir, 1st Baron Broadbridge, 1869-1952
  • Brockway, Fenner, Mr., 1888-1988 (Socialist activist and Secretary of the Independent Labour Party, 1937)
  • Brook, Richard, Mr.
  • Brooke, T. L., Revd.
  • Brooks, E. G., Mr. (of Westgate-on-Sea)
  • Brooks, F. H., Mr.
  • Broom, J. E., Mr.
  • Bromilow, Peter, Mr.
  • Brown, Isabel, Ms. (Secretary of the Relief Committee for Victims of Fascism)
  • Brown, Le M., Mr.
  • Browne, Martin, Mr. (of the Canterbury Religious Drama Society)
  • Browne, Lewis, Dr.
  • Browning, George, Mr. (builder)
  • Bruce, F. W., Mr.
  • Bruce, George, Mr. (Today, Odhams Press Ltd.)
  • Bruce, Herbert A., Dr. (of Toronto)
  • Bruce Glacier, Katharine, Ms.
  • Buchanan, Patricia, J., Miss (Social Secretary of Canterbury Choral Society)
  • Buckle, Desmond, Mr.
  • Bullimore, Brian, Mr.
  • Bullock, W. D., Mr. (representative of the Stamford Trustees)
  • Burchett, Wilfred, Mr. (correspondent 'Se soir')
  • Burden, M. I., Miss (Institute tutor at the University of Birmingham)
  • Burdett, Mr.
  • Burfield, Walter A., Mr.
  • Burkitt, F. C., Mr.
  • Burns, John (member of the Left Book Club)
  • Burrell, D. N., Mr.
  • Burrows, Master (Canterbury Cathedral chorister)
  • Burry, Herbert, Bishop
  • Bursar of the King's School USE Hoxt, Commander (Bursar of the King's School)
  • Burton, Harold H. (Harold Hitz), Justice, 1888-1964
  • Burton, Mr. (London Road, Canterbury, sports ground owner?)
  • Bush, T. N. W.,Revd. (of Tanganyika)
  • Bush, T. N. W., Revd. (of Cardiff)
  • Butcher, Harold, Mr.
  • Butler, Nevile, Mr. (Private Secretary to James Ramsay Macdonald)
  • Butler, Patrick Theobald Tower (Lord Dunboyne), 1917-2004 (Judge and Irish Peer who was Commissary General of the Diocese of Canterbury from 1959 to 1971)
  • Butlin, William Heygate Edmund Colborne [Billy], Sir, 1899-1980 (fairground proprietor and founder of holiday camps)
  • Butterworth, George, Mr., 1905-1988
  • Buttery, Mr. (restorer of artworks)
  • Byrne, Christopher, Mr.
  • Byrne, Hugh, Father
  • Byrne, L. D., Mr. (Secretary of the Douglas Social Credit Association, Southampton)
  • C. W. B.
  • Cachemaille-Day, Nugent Francis Cachemaille, Mr. 1896-1976 (architect known especially for his work on churches)
  • Cachin (refugee from Nazis)
  • Caldwell, Samuel Jr., Mr., b.1859 (in charge of the Cathedral glass from 1906-1952)
  • Callender, Matthew, A., Mr.
  • Calthup, Mr. (of 27 North Lane, Canterbury)
  • Calvert, T. C., Mr.
  • Camburn, Kathleen, Miss (The Little Company of Christ, London)
  • Camden, Olive, Ms. (of Alresford)
  • Campbell, Donald J., Very Revd. (Dean of Christ Church Cathedral, Springfield, Mass.)
  • Campbell, John Ross (J. R.) , Mr., 1894-1969 (prominent Communist and editor of the Daily Worker)
  • Campbell, Robin, Mr. (Exhibition and Press Officer of the Arts Council of Great Britain)
  • Cantwell, Lawrence, Mrs. (of New York)
  • Cappon, Daniel, Professor
  • Carey, Walter, Bishop, 1875-1955 (Anglo-Catholic missionary and author who was Bishop of Bloemfontein, 1921-c.1934, and "chief messenger" of the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel)
  • Carlin, Roy B., Mr. (of Detroit, USA)
  • Carmichael, D. W. W., Revd. (vicar of Tenterden)
  • Caroe, Alban D. R., Mr.
  • Caroe, W. D., Mr., d.1938 (Canterbury Cathedral Architect) USE Caroe, William Douglas, Mr., d.1938 (Canterbury Cathedral Architect)
  • Caroe, William Douglas, Mr., d.1938 (Canterbury Cathedral Architect)
  • Carpenter, Kathleen C., Ms.
  • Carruthers, Leslie William, Mr.
  • Carson, Murray, Mrs. (tenant of Burgate 13)
  • Carswell, Kenneth, Mr.
  • Carter, Amy, Ms.
  • Carter, Arthur, Mr.
  • Carter, G. E., Mr. (Secretary of the National Clarion Cycling Club)
  • Carter, Herbert Dyson, b.1910 (Canadian scientist, writer, editor, publisher and political activist who was a member of the Communist Party of Canada)
  • Carter, Edward J., Mr.
  • Cartman, F. J., Revd. (Vicar of St. Margaret's-at-Cliffe)
  • Cartman, J. Revd. (assistant curate at the Hayer Parish Church)
  • Carver, Miss (of Carver and Staniforth)
  • Cash, William, Mr. (accountant and Chairman of the Diocesan Board of Finance in 1937)
  • Cassio, Carmen, de, Mrs. (Honorary Treasurer of the Spanish Women's Committee for Help to Spain)
  • Casson, Lewis Thomas, Mr., 1875-1969 (English actor and theatre director)
  • Casson, Mary, Miss
  • Castle, Leonard, Mr.
  • Castro (Ruz), Fidel, President, b.1926 (president of Cuba)
  • Caudwell, Mr.
  • Caute, David (John), Mr., b.1936 (British author, journalist and historian)
  • Cawston, Colonel
  • Cedergren, Elsa, Miss
  • Cerney, Edwin, Mr.
  • Chadwick, H., Mr. (secretary of the Rolls Royce Shop Stewards Committee, Derby)
  • Chamberlain, Arthur Neville, 1869-1940 (British Conservative politician and Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1937 to 1940)
  • Chambers, George B., Mr.
  • Chambers, G. C., Revd. (St. Martin Vicarage, Croydon)
  • Chambers, J. A. Mr. (Lay Clerk at Canterbury Cathedral and subsequently verger)
  • Chambers, W. E., Mr. (candidate for Parker Exhibitions)
  • Chandler, C. W., Revd. (Dean of Waikato, New Zealand)
  • Chaplin, Charlie (Charles Spencer), Sir, 1889-1977
  • Charles, J. H. A., Revd. (Minor Canon, Canterbury Cathedral; headmaster of Cathedral Choir School; Precentor)
  • Charles, Edward, Mr.
  • Charlton, John, Mr.
  • Chattopadhyaya, H., Mr.
  • Chaturvodi, Mr.
  • Cheatle, Oliver, L., Mr.
  • Cheshire, C. E., Mr. (second-hand bookseller in Canterbury)
  • Chen, Jack, Mr.
  • Chen, Robin, Archbishop
  • Chen, Ray, Miss (daughter of Archbishop Robin Chen)
  • Chen, Yi, Mr., 1901-1972 (Foreign Minister of People's Republic of China, 1958-66)
  • Chen-ming, Chia, Mr. (Chairman of the Chinese Catholic Church Reform Committee of Peking)
  • Chen Yu, Mr. (Governor of Kwangtung, 1964)
  • Chen Yu, Mrs.
  • Chissell, Mr. (Canterbury Cathedral Chapter tenant)
  • Chitty, Donald, Revd. (Vicar of Long Eaton, Nottingham)
  • Choliere, Yves (International Institute for Peace)
  • Chou Chien-jen, Mr. (Governor of Chekiang in 1964)
  • Chou Chien-jen, Mrs.
  • Chou En-lai, Mr., 1898-1975 (Chinese leader) USE Zhou, Enlai, Mr., 1898-1976 (Chinese Communist statesman formerly known as Chou En-lai)
  • Christopherson, S., Mr. (of the Band of Brothers)
  • Chrystal, George Fraser, Mr. (British Cartoonist known as Chrys)
  • Childs, H. G., Mr. (of the Ministry of Labour and National Service)
  • Churchill, Clementine, Lady, 1885-1977 (wife of Winston Churchill)
  • Churchill, Winston (Leonard Spencer ), Sir, 1874-1965 (British Conservative statesman, Prime Minister 1940-5 and 1951-5)
  • Churchward, C. M., Revd. (Enfield Methodist church, New South Wales, Australia)
  • Cielen, Pastor
  • Claessens, Bob, M. (Les Grandes Conferences "Tribunes")
  • Clark, Charles, Mr. (Penguin Books Ltd.)
  • Clark, Colin Grant, Mr., 1905-1989 (economist)?
  • Clark, Colin, Mr., 1932-2002 (son of Sir Kenneth Clark)?
  • Clark, Jonathan, Daniel, Mr.
  • Clark, Kenneth Mackenzie, Baron Clark, 1903-1983 (art patron and historian)
  • Clark, Lawrence, Mr.
  • Clark, Mark Wayne, General, 1896-1984 (commander in chief of the United Nations forces in Korea)
  • Clark, Stanley, Mr. (Editor of P.A. Reuter Features, Ltd.)
  • Clark, William, Revd.
  • Clarke, Catherine, Ms.
  • Clarke, Desmond, J., Mr.
  • Clarke, E. J., Miss
  • Clarke, Geo(rge), Mr.
  • Clarke, Oliver Fielding, Mrs.
  • Clarke, Oliver Fielding, Revd.
  • Clarke, Colonel
  • Clarke, Walter, Sir
  • Clay, R., Mr. (Honorary Secretary of the Association of Men of Kent and Kentish Men, Whitstable branch)
  • Clayton, Frank, Mr. (member of the Left Book Club)
  • Clayton, H. L., Mr. (East Kent representative of the Kent Federation of Spiritualists)
  • Clayton, H. R., Mr.
  • Clayton, M., Mrs. (Secretary of the Willesden Peace Council)
  • Cleaver, Mr. (Canterbury Cathedral Sacrist)
  • Clegg, Mr. (Cathedral guide and lay clerk)
  • Clemens, Cyril, Mr. (editor, Mark Twain Quarterly)
  • Clements, A. Frederick, Judge
  • Clifford, C. H., Mr.
  • Clifford Gill, J., Revd.
  • Clifford, Patricia, Ms.
  • Coates, Mr.
  • Cockell, Mrs.
  • Cockerell, Douglas, Mr. (bookbinder)
  • Cockerell, Sydney, Mr. (bookbinder)
  • Cohen, David, Mr. (Chairman of the British Soviet Friendship Society, Brighton and Hove Branch)
  • Coleman, Robert, W. A., Mr.
  • Coles, Mrs. (of Brockley)
  • Collard, J. T., Mr.
  • Collett, C. B., Mr.
  • Collier, W. Edwin, Mr. (Philadelphia Ethical Society)
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  • Collins (Lewis) John, Revd., 1905-1982 (Church of England, clergyman and social reformer)
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  • Copley, John, Squadron Leader
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  • Coutts, Leonard, Mr. (of Hodder and Stoughton, Ltd.)
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  • Coward, Dorothy G., Miss (Salford Education Committee)
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  • Crawshay Stanley, F., Major
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  • Crossley, Mabel Gordon, Lady, d.1943 (wife of Sir William Crossley, born Mabel Gordon)
  • Crosthwaite, Winnifred Maitland, Miss, d.1956 (Headmistress of Wycombe Abbey School from 1927 to 1947)
  • Crick, Douglas Henry, Revd., 1885-1973 (Bishop of Chester, 1939-955)
  • Cripps, Charles Alfred, 1st Baron Parmoor, 1852-1941
  • Cripps, (Richard) Stafford, Sir, 1889-1952 (politician and lawyer)
  • Crossley, Mrs. (matron of Canterbury Cathedral Residential Choir School)
  • Critchlow, J., Mr. (Headmaster of St. Margaret's School, Altrincham)
  • Crow, Fred, Mr.
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  • Crowe, Elsie, Mrs. (wife of Fred Crowe and housekeeper/ secretary to Hewlett Johnson)
  • Crowe, F., Mr.
  • Crowley, Patrick, Lieut.
  • Crowther, James Gerald, Mr., 1899-1983 (science journalist and member of the Communist Party)
  • Crozier, Frank P. (Frank Percy), Brigadier General, 1879-1937
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  • Crum, Mrs. (wife of Canon Crum)
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  • Crundale, Arthur, Mr.
  • Cryer, James, Mr. (rector of St. Benet, Stepney)
  • Cuckney, John Reginald, Mr. (Canterbury Cathedral Chapter tithe clerk)
  • Cuddeford, G. S., Mr.
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  • Cummings, (Arthur Stuart) Michael, Mr., 1919-1997
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  • Cunningham, Canon
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  • Daniel, J. F. R., Mr.
  • Daniels, D. Kingsley, Mr. (Secretary-General of the Royal Commonwealth Society)
  • Darr, John W., Revd.
  • Daryngton, Herbert Pike Pease, Baron, 1867-1949 Conservative M.P. and Assistant Postmaster General 1915-1922; Chairman or Vice-Chairman of House of Laity of Church Assembly with associations with the Church Army.)
  • Dashwood, H. T. A., Mr. USE Dashwood, Henry Thomas Alexander, Mr. (Registrar of the Court of Arches; Registrar of the Office of Faculties)
  • Dashwood, Henry Thomas Alexander, Mr. (Registrar of the Court of Arches; Registrar of the Office of Faculties)
  • Davies, D. Ashton, Mr. (Secretary of St. Albans Diocesan, Police Court Mission)
  • Davis, Noelle, Miss (National Council of American-Soviet Friendship)
  • Davy, William, Sir., (Lord Mayor of Manchester, 1927-1928)
  • Deeble, F.H., Mr.
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  • Dewar, Miss
  • D'Alton, John Francis, Cardinal,1882-1963 (Irish prelate of the Roman Catholic Church; he served as Archbishop of Armagh from 1946 to 1963)
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  • Dale, H. E., Mr. (lessee of Sun Street 14/16)
  • Dale, Sidney, Mr.
  • Dallin, Alexander, Mr., 1924-2000 (American historian of the Soviet Union and son of Menshevik revolutionary leader David Dallin)
  • Daniel, Brammal, T., Mr. (architect)
  • Dalton, Derek, G., Captain (from Sheerness, Kent)
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  • Darlington, Ellen, Mrs.
  • Darr, John W., Revd.
  • Dashwood, Mr. (of Lee Bolton and Lee)
  • David, Albert Augustus, Revd., 1867-1950 (Bishop of Liverpool 1923-1944)
  • Davidson, E. J., Revd. (Chairman of the Australian Russian Society)
  • Davidson, Marion S., Ms. (Secretary, Claude Williams Committee)
  • Davidson, Edith M., Mrs. (wife of Archbishop Davidson)
  • Davidson, Randall Thomas, d. 1930 (Archbishop of Canterbury, 1903-1928)
  • Davies, A. H.,Mr. (Chartham British Legion club)
  • Davies, Eustace, Mr. (solicitor)
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  • Davies, (Henry) Walford, Sir 1869-1941 (English composer, organist, and broadcaster)
  • Davies, Hyman, Mr.
  • Davies, Joseph Edward, Mr., 1876-1958 (Ambassador to the U.S.S.R.)
  • Davies, S. J., Revd. (Senior Chaplain to the Forces, 44 (HC) Div/Dist.)
  • Davis, Columbus, F., Mr.
  • Davis, D. V., Professor (St. Thomas Medical School)
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  • Davis, Jerome, Mr. (of Connecticut)
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  • Davis, R. L., Revd. (curate of Broadstairs, subsequently incumbent of Stone-in-Oxney)
  • Davis, Stuart, Mr., d.1937
  • Davison, Lewis, Mr.
  • Dawkins, W. V., Mr. (Secretary of the Salient Circle, Whitstable, Kent)
  • Dawson, P., Mr. (Institute of Handicraft Teachers and the College of Handicraft)
  • Dawson, Mr.
  • Dawson, R. M., Mr.
  • Day, Cyril, Mr.
  • Daynes, J. Norman, K. C., Mr.
  • de Laubenque, Charles H., Father (Canon of the St. Thomas' R.C. Church in Canterbury from 1941 and a Canterbury Councillor from 1945-53)
  • Dean, Vera Micheles, Ms., 1903-1972
  • Deeds. Mr.
  • Deedes, William, Mr. (Christian socialist father of Lord Deedes the journalist and editor of the Telegraph)
  • Deedes, W. F. (William Francis), Lord Deedes, 1913-2007 (British journalist and one time Conservative politician)
  • Deedes, Wyndham Henry, Sir, 1883-1956 (Army officer, civil administrator, and social worker)
  • Dearmer, Percy, Revd., 1867-1936 (liturgist and historian of Christian worship)
  • Dehn, Emil, Mr. (from Denmark)
  • Deller, Alfred, Mr.,1912-1979 (English Counter-Tenor)
  • Delmer, Sefton, Mr., 1904-1979 (foreign correspondent for the Daily Express and author)
  • Demant, Vigo Auguste, Canon, 1893-1983 (theologian and social commentator)
  • de Mowbray Young, R., Revd.
  • De P. Maynard, Malcolm, Revd. (Dean of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA) USE Maynard, Malcolm De P., Revd. (Dean of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA)
  • Denisov, Prof (President of Voks, 1949)
  • Denne, Mr. (tenant of Sun Street 20) USE Denne, Percy, Mr. (tenant of Sun Street 20)
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  • Dennison, Milton, W., Mr.
  • Derrett, Duncan, Mr. (School of Oriental and African Studies)
  • Desmond, Mrs.
  • Deverson, Kenneth, Mr. (of Papworth, Cambridgeshire)
  • Deverson, Mr. (of the Sun Cafe, Canterbury)
  • Dexter, Elliott, Mrs (of Los Angeles)
  • Dexter, Nina, C., Ms. (of California)
  • de Zoete Elliot, Alice, Mrs. (Convener of the Ryde Left Book Club, St. Helens, Isle of Wight)
  • Diamond, Freda, Ms. (Designer consultant of New York)
  • Dibdin, Lewis Tonna, Sir, b. 1852
  • Dibelius, Otto, Dr. 1880-1967 (Lutheran Bishop of Berlin from 1945 and President of the World Council of Churches from 1954)
  • Di Vittorio, Guiseppe, Signor, 1892-1957 (Italian syndicalist trade unionist and communist politician also known as Nicoletti)
  • Dickens, Mr. (of Croydon)
  • Dickie, Revd.
  • Dickinson, Frank R., Mr. (artist and designer)
  • Dickinson, Patric, Mr.
  • Diezsery, Laszlo, Bishop
  • Dimbleby, Walter, M., Mr.
  • Dimond, Freda, Mrs.
  • Divall, David, Mr. (baker, supplier to the King's School)
  • Dobson, Mr. (alto lay clerk, Canterbury Cathedral)
  • Dobson, Cecil James, Mr., d.1939 (Canterbury Cathedral Chorister 1927-1931)
  • Dodge, Mr. (Canterbury Cathedral mason)
  • Doganis, T. Mr. (London correspondent GRD Radio)
  • Doherty, T., Alderman (Mayor of West Ham)
  • Don, Alan C., Dr. (of Lambeth Place)
  • Donaldson, Frederick Lewis, Archdeacon, 1860-1953 (Church of England clergyman and Christian Socialist)
  • Donaldson, Edith, Ms.
  • Donaldson, Euan A. L., Revd.
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  • Dodds, Geo, Mr. (of Victoria, Australia)
  • Dornemann, Louise, Ms. (Secretary of the 'Allies inside Germany' Council)
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  • Douglas, C. H.(Clifford Hugh), Major, 1879-1952
  • Douglass, W., Mr.
  • Dover, Alfred (Bishop of Dover, 1937) USE Rose, Alfred Carey Wollaston, Revd. (Bishop of Dover, 1937)
  • Downes, Olin, Mr., 1886-1955 (music critic and author)
  • Downing, Stanford, Sir
  • Draeger, H. W., Mr.
  • Drawbell, James Wedgewood, Mr., 1899-1979 (British author and editor; editor, Sunday Chronicle, London; managing ed., Woman’s Own magazine)
  • Dray, Mrs.
  • Dreiser, Theodore (Herman Albert), Mr.,1871-1945 (American novelist)
  • Drewitt, O. C., Revd.
  • Dribbon, Jack, Mr. (Secretary of the Britain-China Friendship Association)
  • Drinkwater, C. C., Mr.
  • Driscoll, T., Mr. (Proprietor of the International Language Club, East Croydon)
  • Druce, Mary J., Ms.
  • DuBois, W. E. B. (William Edward Burghardt), Dr., 1868-1963 (Research Director of the NAACP, author and lecturer)
  • Dubose, William Porcher, Revd.,1836-1918 (American priest and theologian)
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  • Dufton, Mr. (Secretary of the Parochial Church Council of All Saints, Maidstone)
  • Duke of Bedford USE Russell, John Ian Robert, 13th Duke of Bedford, 1917-2002 (known as the Marquess of Tavistock until his father died in 1953)
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  • Dunboyne, Lord USE Butler, Patrick Theobald Tower (Lord Dunboyne), 1917-2004 (Judge and Irish Peer who was Commissary General of the Diocese of Canterbury from 1959 to 1971)
  • Duncan-Jones, Arthur Stuart, Revd., 1879-1955 (Dean of Chichester)
  • Duncan-Jones, Vincent, Mr. (the British Peace Committee)
  • Dunin-Kemplicz, K., Mr. (Press Office of the Polish Embassy)
  • Dunn, Frank, Mr. (deputy tenor, Canterbury Cathedral)
  • Dunn, Lady
  • Dunningham, Brian, Mr. (President of the Theosophical Society of New Zealand, 1954-56)
  • Durant, Philip, Mr.
  • Durham, Barrows, Mr. (of Cynwyd, Pennsylvania)
  • Dutt, (Rajani) Palme, Mr., 1896-1974 (founder member of the British Communist Party)
  • Dutton, R. J. G., Mr. (Manager of the Northern and Midland Reporting Agency)
  • Dyson, F. O., Mr. (Chaplain to the Forces)
  • Dwelly, Frederick William, Revd., 1881-1957 (Dean of Liverpool 1931-1955)
  • E.
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  • Easterman, A. L., Mr. (director of the World Jewish Congress)
  • Easton, D. F., Mr.
  • Easton, Hugh Ray, Mr., 1906-1965 (stained-glass artist)
  • Easty, Miss
  • Eccleston, Alan, Revd.
  • Edbrooke, John, S., Mr. (Secretary of the Holiday Fellowship, Ltd)
  • Ede, Christopher, Mr.
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  • Eden, (Robert) Anthony, 1st earl of Avon, 1897-1977 (British prime minister 1955-57)
  • Eddy, Sherwood, Dr., 1871-1963 (American author and YMCA leader in the Orient, the Near East, and Russia)
  • Edge, Spencer, W. M., Mr.
  • Edgerton, Miss (tenant of Burgate 27)
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  • Edmund, C., Mr.
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  • Edward, C. M., Mr.
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  • Edwards, David Lawrence, Mr. (author of a book on King's School, Canterbury)
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  • Edwards, George Zachery, Revd. (Nowell Johnson's father)
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  • Edwards, J. Master
  • Edwards, J.M., Dr. (Hewlett Johnson's nephew)
  • Edwards, Robert (Editor of the Daily Express, London)
  • Edwards, Stephen Z., Revd. (Nowell Johnson's brother)
  • Edwards, Trystan, A., Mr. (architect)
  • Edwards, W. F. L., Mr. (former Canterbury Cathedral chorister)
  • Edwards, W. E., Revd. (of Stockbury Vicarage, Sittingbourne)
  • Egerton-Banks, Rose, Ms.
  • Egerton-Banks, S. J., Mr. (Honorary Treasurer of the Friends of Canterbury Cathedral)
  • Eggleton, A. Louis, Mr.
  • Ehrenburg, Ilya Grigoryevich, Mr., 1891-1967
  • Eid, Georg, Mr. (German soldier who died in Sinderland Camp, Altrincham 1919)
  • Eileen (Hewlett Johnson's daughter)
  • Einstein, Albert, Dr., 1879-1955
  • Ekstrom, Gunnar, Revd. (pastor of Rattvik)
  • Elgar, Charles J., Mr.
  • Eliassen, S. Mrs.
  • Eliet, Edwige, Dr.
  • Eliot, T. S. (Thomas Stearns), Mr., 1888-1965.
  • Elizabeth, Queen, consort of George VI, King of Great Britain, 1900-2002 (born Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon)
  • Elizabeth II, Queen of Great Britain, 1926-
  • Ellens, A.
  • Ellicott, H. R., Mr.
  • Elliott, Maurice, G., Revd. (of Worthing, Sussex)
  • Elliott, Mr. (Canterbury Cathedral Choir School cook or cleaner)
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  • Elliott, Queenie, Ms.
  • Ellis, L. F., Capt. (Secretary of the National Council of Social Service)
  • Elson, S. A. Cllr. (Mayor of East Ham)
  • Eltoft, H. C. Robinson, Revd.
  • Elwin, Edward Fenton, Father (writer on missionary work in India)
  • Emden, A. B., Mr. (Principal of St. Edmund Hall, Oxford, 1929-51; member of the Standing Committee of the King's School Governors)
  • Emden, Mr. (member of the Standing Committee of the King's School Governors) USE Emden, A. B., Mr. (Principal of St. Edmund Hall, Oxford, 1929-51; member of the Standing Committee of the King's School Governors)
  • Emery, E. R., Mr.
  • Emerson, H. Francis, Miss
  • Enderby, Mr. (Canterbury City Surveyor)
  • Endicott, Mary, Ms. (of Canada)
  • Endicott, Dr. (of Canada) USE Endicott, James G., Dr. (Chairman of the Canadian Peace Congress)
  • Endicott, James G., Dr. (Chairman of the Canadian Peace Congress)
  • Enid
  • Epstein, Jacob, Sir ,1880-1959 (US-born British sculptor)
  • Epstein, Kathleen, Lady, 1902-1979 (born Garman)
  • Epstein, Margaret, Lady, 1873-1947 (born Dunlop)
  • Eris, Alfred, Mr. (American journalist)
  • Erlich, Ignatz, Mr.
  • Errington, F. H. L., Mr. (Commissary of Canterbury Diocese)
  • Eurich, Guendaline Henriette, Mrs.
  • Evans, Anastasia, Mrs. (born Anastasia Cecilia Nicholson)
  • Evans, C. M., Mr.
  • Evans, J. T., Mr.
  • Evans, G. T., Mr. (Canterbury Cathedral Chapter tithe clerk)
  • Evans, Glyn, Mr. (British Rumanian Friendship Association)
  • Evans, Gertrude, Mrs.
  • Evans, Jessie, Ms. (of the Canterbury Labour Party, Women's Section)
  • Evans, Revd. Dr.
  • Evans, Stanley George, Revd., 1912-1965 (Church of England clergyman and Christian Socialist)
  • Evans, Vivian, Miss
  • Eve, Gerald, Mr.
  • F. I. S.
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  • Farr, Arthur, Revd.
  • Farrar, Frederic William, Revd. 1831-1903 (Dean of Canterbury, 1895-1903 and the grandfather of Montgomery of Alamain)
  • Fayers, Marjorie E., Miss (shorthand-typist)
  • Fayter, J.A., Mr. (former chorister of Canterbury Cathedral and scholar of Kings School)
  • Fechenbach, Hermann Israel, Herr, 1897-1986 ?
  • Felix, T., Revd. (vicar of St. Barnabas, Bethnal Green)
  • Fairfax, James, Mr. (Oxford University)
  • Farey, Dorothy, Mrs.
  • Farley, Mrs.
  • Farrow, Geoffrey, Mr. (The College, Durham)
  • Fear, Christina, M., Ms. (Hewlett Johnson's cousin)
  • Feffer, Lieut. Col.
  • Fenn, R. C., Mr.
  • Fenning, S. E. R., Rev.
  • Fenton, J. C., Revd. (Theological College, Lichfield)
  • Ferger, H. R., Mr. (of the Board of Foreign Missions, New York)
  • Ferguson, Jean, Miss (of Sydney)
  • Ferguson, Margaret, Mrs., d.1952
  • Fernsworth, Jeannie, Ms.
  • Fernsworth, Lawrence, Mr. (of Harvard University, USA)
  • Fetherstone, Mrs.
  • Field,T., Revd.
  • Fielding, Clarke, Mrs. USE Clarke, Oliver Fielding, Mrs.
  • Fiesen, Gertrude, Miss. (General Secretary I.F.C. Pushkin School, U.S.S.R.)
  • Finch, Ernest, Mr. (civil engineer)
  • Findley, Andrews, Mr.
  • Findlay, Colonel, d.1939
  • Findlay, M. R.
  • Findlay, V., Mrs.
  • Firth, H. B., Revd. (Canterbury Cathedral Chapter tenant)
  • Fisher, Geoffrey Francis, Baron Fisher of Lambeth, 1887-1972 (Archbishop of Canterbury, 1945-61)
  • Fisher, Rosamund, Mrs. (wife of Archbishop Fisher, born Rosamond Chevallier)
  • Fisk-Moore, B., Mr.
  • Fisk-Moore, William, Mr.
  • Fitch, C., Revd.
  • Fitton, J. W. , Mr. (Oxford University Socialist Club)
  • Fitzgerald, Albert J., Mr. (General President, United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America)
  • Fleming, A. L., Revd. Dr. (first Bishop of the Arctic, a new see created in 1933)
  • Flower, Dr. (Deputy Keeper of MSS at the British Museum)
  • Flynn, Lefty, Mr., b.1913 (boxer, born Selvin Campbell, Welter Weight Champion of Jamaica, known as "Lefty Satan Flynn" or "His Satanic Majesty")
  • Foot, N. B., Mr (Secretary of the New Commonwealth Society)
  • Foote, E. B., Mrs.
  • Forbes, D., Mr.
  • Ford, Rosa, Ms.
  • Forman, Hilda, Mrs. (related to Stanley Forman)
  • Forman, Stanley, Mr. (General Secretary of the British-Soviet Society)
  • Forrest-Bell, F. A., Revd. (Rector of Elmstone)
  • Forsyth, I. G., Mr.
  • Forsyth, William P., Mr.
  • Fortescue, Winifred, Lady, 1888-1951 (authoress daughter of Howard Beech, wife of Sir John William Fortescue)
  • Fowell, Mr. (of the Ecclesiastical Commissioners)
  • Fowler, C. B., Mr. (Curate of Cheriton)
  • Fletcher, Joseph T. , Prof. (Episcopal Theological School, Harvard)
  • Floyd, Mrs.
  • Floyd, Thomas Hope, Mr.
  • Frame, D. C., Mr.
  • Frank, Israel, S., Mr.
  • Franklyn, Charles A. H., Mr.
  • Franklin, Stephen. G., Mr.
  • Fraser, D. Drummond, Sir (League of Nations)
  • Frazer-Debacq, Juliette (of Vancouver)
  • Frederik IX, King of Denmark, 1899-1972
  • Freene, Michael, Mr.
  • French, John Richard Lowndes, 2nd Earl of Ypres, 1881-1958
  • Friedrich, Walter, Prof.
  • Friendlander, M. H., Mr.
  • Fritchman, Stephen H. (Stephen Hole), Mr., b.1902
  • Fry, Doris, Mrs.
  • Fry, Ruth, Ms.
  • Fryer, John, Mr.
  • Frodsham, Bishop (from the Vicarage of Halifax, Yorkshire)
  • Fulljames, Reynold, Captain
  • Gallacher, William, Mr., 1881-1965 (left-wing member of the House of Commons)
  • Gammon, Andrew, Mr. (of Canada)
  • Gamon, Cyril, Mr. (Private Secretary of the Lord Mayor of London, 1934)
  • Gandhi, Mahatma, Mr., 1869-1948 (Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, Indian political leader and religious and social reformer)
  • Gandhi, Indira, Mrs.,1917-1984 (Indian prime minister 1966-77, 1980-84,daughter of Jawaharlal Nehru who married Feroze Gandhi)
  • Gaon, Solomon, Dr. (Chief Rabbi of the Spanish and Portuguese Jews of Great Britain)
  • Garbett, Cyril Forster, Archbishop, 1875-1955 (Archbishop of York 1942-1955)
  • Gardiner, Mrs. (wife of Canon Thory Gardiner)
  • Gardiner, Thory G., Canon, d. 1941
  • Gardiner, T. A., Revd. (chaplain of Brentwood School, Essex)
  • Gardner, Jim, Mr. (Vice-Chairman of the British Peace Committee, 1962)
  • Gardner, Mr. (solicitor)
  • Gardner, R. L., Revd. (incumbent of Exning with Landwade)
  • Gardner, William, Mr. (Canterbury Cathedral gatekeeper and fireman)
  • Garland, Judy, Miss 1922-1969
  • Garlington Pruitt, Jayne, Ms. (Genealogist, Washington, D.C., USA)
  • Garmier, A. J., Revd. (Eglise Wallonne Evangelique Francaise)
  • Garnham, Alfred, Mr.
  • Garnett, R., Mr.
  • Garwood, Albert W., Mr.
  • Gash ?, Mary S., Ms.
  • Gailey, Raymond, H., Mr. (editor of Maine News)
  • Gaskin, Eileen, Ms. (Honorary Secretary of the Invalid Tricycle Association)
  • Gates, S. H., Mr. (tenant of Burgate 34B)
  • Gauss, Christian, Mr. (Princeton University)
  • Gayton, Frank, Mr. (printer)
  • Gedge, Michail, Rev. (of Dover)
  • Gee, Henry, Revd. Dr., 1858-1938 (Dean of Gloucester)
  • Geeson, E., Mr. (Canterbury Cathedral Chapter tenant)
  • George VI, King of Great Britain, 1895-1952.
  • George, Colin B., Mr.
  • George, Herbert, Mr.
  • George, Prince, 1st Duke of Kent, 1902-1942 (4th son of George V and Queen Mary)
  • George, Robert K., Mr. (solicitor)
  • Genfe, Colin D., Mr.
  • Ghibernea, M., Mr. (from the Embassy of the Romanian People's Republic, London)
  • Gibbard, B., Mr.
  • Gibbon, Edgar, Mr.
  • Gibbons, Grinling, Mr., 1648-1721 (master woodcarver)
  • Gibson, G. C., Rev. (St. Mattheus Vicarage, Enfield, Middx)
  • Gibson, C. R., Mr.
  • Gibson, H. M., Mr.
  • Gideon, G. S., Mr.
  • Gilbert, George, Mr., 1796-1874
  • Giles, Peter, Dr.,1860-1935 (Philologist and Master of Emmanuel College, Cambridge, Vice Chancellor, Cambridge University, 1919-1921)
  • Gill, (Arthur) Eric Rowton, Mr., 1882-1940 (Artist, craftsman, and social critic)
  • Gill, Jennifer, Mrs.
  • Gill, Neville, Mr. (Publicity director of Industrial Christian Fellowship)
  • Gill, Sydney A., Mr. (Canterbury Cathedral gatekeeper and air warden)
  • Gillett, Elizabeth, Miss
  • Gillett, Mrs.
  • Gillick, Mary, Ms.
  • Gilmour, J., Mr.
  • Gladstone, Henry Neville, Baron Gladstone of Hawarden, 1852-1935
  • Gladstone, Howard, Mr.
  • Glaser, S., Mr. (of Montreal, Canada)
  • Glass, Janet, Ms.
  • Glen, W., Mr.
  • Glezos, Manolis, Mr., b. 1922 (Greek left wing politician and writer)
  • Goddard, L.T., Mr. (Warden and Clerk to the Trustees, Jesus Hospital, Canterbury)
  • Goddard, C. F. W., Revd. (St. Paul's Vicarage, Saskatchewan)
  • Godfrey, H. G., Mr.
  • Goldick, E. M., Mr.
  • Goldring, Douglas, Mr. (author of the book 'Facing the Odds')
  • Goldman, Lionel, Revd. (from the Methodist Manse, Observatory Cape, South Africa)
  • Goldmith, Leila, Ms.
  • Gollan, John, Mr. (Secretary of the Communist Party of Great Britain - Executive Committee)
  • Gollancz, Victor, Sir, 1893-1967 (publisher and writer)
  • Goltz, F., Mr.
  • Gooday, David, O. M., Mr.
  • Goodburn, Mr. (Canterbury Cathedral Chapter tenant)
  • Goodey, Mr. (Canterbury Cathedral mason)
  • Goodfellow, J., Mr. (Peace Society, University College London)
  • Goodhew, W. A., Mr.
  • Goodman, T. D., Mr. (tenant of Burgate 33)
  • Goody, David, Mr.
  • Gordan (?), Maggie
  • Gore, Mr. (Canterbury Choir School houseman)
  • Gorrie, Jack O., Mr.
  • Gorton, Neville, Mr. (Headmaster of Blundell's School, Tiverton, 1934-43)
  • Gorton, Neville Vincent, 1888 - 1955 (Bishop of Coventry in 1943-1952)
  • Goss, Miss (laundress)
  • Gotting, Gerald, President, b.1923 (Christian Democratic Union president of German D.R.)
  • Gottwald, Klement, 1896-1953 (President of the Czechoslovak Republic, 1948-53)
  • Gouzenko, Igor Sergeyevich, Mr., 1919-1982 (cipher clerk for the Soviet Embassy to Canada in Ottawa, Ontario, author of 'This was my choice')
  • Grace, Anne, Mrs.
  • Graham, Harry B., Mr.
  • Granat, N., Mr. (manufacturing agent)
  • Grant, H. St. J., Mr. (candidate for Parker Exhibitions)
  • Grant, Mr.
  • Grant, Mr. (Diocesan surveyor)
  • Grant, T. F. W., Mr.
  • Grant, W. L., Mr. (churchwarden, Sittingbourne)
  • Granville-Barker, Harley, Mr., 1877-1946 (English actor, director, producer, critic and playwright)
  • Graubart, David, Rabbi, 1906- (President of the Ecclesiastical Court Chicago Council of United Synagogues of America)
  • Graves, Mrs.
  • Gray, David, Revd. (St. Peter's Vicarage, Leigh)
  • Gray, George Edward Kruger, 1880-1943 (artist and designer)
  • Gray Gickard, A., Mr.
  • Green, Bryan, Revd. (Rector of St. Martin's-in-the-Bull-Ring, Brimingham in the 1950s)
  • Green, H. L. A., Mr. (secretary of the Royal School of Church Music, Canterbury)
  • Gray, H. W. H., Revd. (Vicar of Deopham)
  • Gray, R. M., Mr.
  • Greaves, Albert, Mr.
  • Green, Curtis, Mrs.
  • Green, Emily, Mrs. (Hewlett Johnson's sister)
  • Green, Eric, A., Mr. (Hewlett Johnson's nephew)
  • Green, Peter, Mr.
  • Green, R. M., Ms. (Hewlett Johnson's niece)
  • Green, Revd. (Canon of Norwich)
  • Green, Sheila, Mrs. (wife of Archie Green, Johnson's nephew)
  • Green, T. G., Mr. (of Cambridge University)
  • Green, V. H. H. , Revd. (of St. Augustine's College, Canterbury)
  • Greenaway, F. W., Revd.
  • Greene, Felix, Mr.
  • Greif, Ilse, Miss
  • Grenfell, Wilfred Thomason, Sir, 1865-1940 (English missionary and medical doctor)
  • Grey, Charles Robert, 5th Earl Grey, 1879-1963 (Honorary Treasurer, Cathedral Pilgrimage of 1934)
  • Grey, H. M., Mr.
  • Griffith, Phyl, Mr.
  • Griffiths, Isabel, Ms.
  • Griffiths, Jack, Revd. (Leighton Vicarage, Welshpool)
  • Griffiths, Margery, Mrs. (related to Isabel Griffiths)
  • Grimble, Freda, Mrs. (Honorary Secretary of the National Committee for Celebration of International Women's Day)
  • Grindal, R. W. F., Mr. (candidate for Parker Exhibitions)
  • Grisar, Elisabeth, Ms.
  • Grobb, William, Mr.
  • Gromyko, Andrei Andreievich, Mr.,1909-1989 (Soviet minister of foreign affairs 1957-85)
  • Grosvenor, Peter, Mr. (Literary Editor of Daily Express)
  • Grubb, William, J., Mr.
  • Gruer, E. M., Miss (Kent Education Committee)
  • Grundy, G. Mr.
  • Guevara, Ché, Señor, 1928-67 (Argentinian revolutionary and guerrilla leader born Ernesto Guevara de la Serna who was prominent in the Cuban Revolution and became a government minister under Castro)
  • Guildford, John
  • Guinness. E.M., Miss (Secretary of the League of Nations Union)
  • Gulland, Douglas L, Mr. (solicitor and editor of the Chorister - magazine of the Cathedral Choir School)
  • Gupta, S. P., Mrs.
  • Gush, E. B., Mr.
  • H. N. D.
  • Hahn, L. J., Mr. (of California)
  • Haffkin, Arthur, Mr.
  • Hagor, Jennie, Ms. (President of the Debates Union)
  • Haig, Dorothy Maud, Countess, d. 1939 (wife of Earl Haig)
  • Haile Selassie I, Emperor,1882-1975 (ruler of Ethiopia from 1930-74, born Tafari Makonnen)
  • Haldane, J.B.S., Prof.
  • Halford, A. G., Mr.
  • Halifax, Lord
  • Hall, Alfred C., Mr.
  • Hall, George T., Mr. (Chief Constable of Canterbury 1930-1943)
  • Hall, Mr.
  • Hall, Richard, Mr.
  • Hamblin, M., Mr.
  • Hamilton, E. A., Mr.
  • Hamilton, E. A., Revd.
  • Hammond, Alfred, Mr.
  • Hammond, E. Francis, Mr.
  • Hammond, Francis J., Mr.
  • Hancock, Clive, Revd. (of Hereford)
  • Hann, L. J., Mr.
  • Hannah, O. R., Mr. (Secretary of the National Council for Canadian-Soviet Friendship)
  • Hannah, Mr.
  • Hannington, Walter, Mr., 1896-1966 (trade union official and political activist)
  • Hankinson, E., Mr. (of Victoria, Australia)
  • Harben, Henry, D., Mr.
  • Harben, Robert, Mr. (literary agent)
  • Hardcastle, Edward Hoare, Revd. (Archdeacon)
  • Hardcastle, Mrs.
  • Harden, John, Mr.
  • Harding, Gilbert, Mr., 1907-1960 (famous British TV personality in the 1950s)
  • Hardman, Mr.
  • Hardman, C., Mr.
  • Hardwick, Catherine, Mrs.
  • Hardwick, J. C., Revd. (Vicar of Partington and Urmston and author of 'The Origins of Christianity')
  • Hardwick, S. C., Revd. (Vicar of Partington and Urmston) USE Hardwick, J. C., Revd. (Vicar of Partington and Urmston and author of 'The Origins of Christianity')
  • Harworth, Arthur, Sir
  • Hardy, C., Mr.
  • Hardy, Edward, Mr. (President of the Kent County Association for the Blind)
  • Hardy, G. E., Mr. (Headmaster of Borden Grammar School, Sittingbourne)
  • Hare, Mr.
  • Harmer, R., Mr. (clerk of works, King's School, Canterbury)
  • Harold, Anna, Ms.
  • Harper, C., Miss
  • Harries, Leslie, S. G., Mr.
  • Harris, George Robert Canning, 4th Baron Harris, 1851-1932 (cricketer and administrator in India)
  • Harris, George St Vincent , 5th Baron Harris, 1889-1984
  • Harris-Rivett, A. J., Revd. (Rector of Grafham, Huntingdon)
  • Harrison, Agatha, Ms.
  • Harrison, Beatrice, Ms.
  • Harrison, Cecil, Mr.
  • Harrison, Herbert H., Dr. (mayor of Canterbury, 1936-1938)
  • Harrison, Flight-Lieutenant (sub-tenant of Precincts 11B)
  • Hart, Herbert, Mr. (of Lincoln's Inn)
  • Hart, John, Robbins, Revd. (The Washington Memorial chapel)
  • Hart, J. P., Mr. (Canterbury Cathedral Choir School teacher)
  • Hartog, W., Mr. (President of the Trade Union Council of the General Building Trade workers' Union, Netherland)
  • Hartley, Revd.
  • Hartley Bird, C. Revd. USE Bird, Hartley, C., Revd. (St. Laurence Vicarage, Ramsgate, Kent)
  • Harvey, E., Mr.
  • Harvey, Roland (Honorary Secretary of the Invalid Tricycle Association)
  • Harvey, William T., Mr. (assistant organist, Canterbury Cathedral)
  • Hasson, A., Mrs.
  • Hatfeild, Captain
  • Hauser, Ernest O. (journalist of The Saturday Evening Post, 1949)
  • Haw Haw, Lord USE Joyce, William, Mr., 1906-1946 (founder of the openly pro-Nazi British National Socialist League, who broadcast propaganda from Nazi Germany in World War II as Lord Haw Haw)
  • Hawkes, Geoffrey, Mr.
  • Hawkes, T., Mr.
  • Hayward, I. M., Miss (Secretary of the Kent Federation of Head Teacher Association)
  • Hays, Margaret, Mrs. (President Chicago Federation of Colored Women's Clubs)
  • Haythornthwaite, F. M. M., Revd. (Secretary of the Hull Joint Committee for Spanish Relief)
  • Heads, Barrie, Mr. (Executive Producer at Granada TV Network Limited, Manchester 3)
  • Heald, Charles, Mr.
  • Heane, A. M., Mr.
  • Heap, F. M., Mr.
  • Hearn, A. M., Mr. (architect?)
  • Heath, G. D., Mr. (Secretary of the Association of Bishops' Secretaries and Registrars)
  • Heath, P. W., Mr. (Hutchinson and Co., Ltd, Publishers)
  • Heaton, F. A. A. W., Mr. (Vicar of St. Michael's, Tenterden)
  • Hecker, Julius F., Prof. (Professor of Social Ethics in the Moscow Theological Academy)
  • Helmi, Youssef, Mr. (Secretary Egyptian Peace Committee and Chief editor of "El Kateb")
  • Helmore, Miss (daughter of Minor Canon Helmore)
  • Helmore, Mr. (Minor Canon, Canterbury Cathedral)
  • Henderson, Miss
  • Henry, Prince, first duke of Gloucester, 1900-1974
  • Hernihongh, Ruth, Ms.
  • Herrera Maclean, Carlos A., Señor
  • Hett, Dorothy, Ms.
  • Hett, Walter , Mr. (Brighton College)
  • Hewitt, Copley, Mr. (Director of Scouts County Publications)
  • Hewlett, Alfred, Revd. (Hewlett Johnson's grandfather, vicar of Astley, Manchester, between 1831-1837 and 1840-1885)
  • Hewlett, Arthur, Mr. (cousin of Hewlett Johnson's from California)
  • Hewlett, Ernest, Mr. (Hewlett Johnson's cousin)
  • Hewlett, V. A., Mr.
  • Hextall, Miss
  • Heywood, John, Revd. (St. Margaret's Vicarage, Altrincham)
  • Hickling, G., Mr.
  • Hickman, Francis, G., Ms.
  • Higenbottam, F., Mr. (City Librarian at the Royal Museum and Public Library, Canterbury)
  • Higgins, Edward John Higgins, General, 1864-1947 (Head of the Salvation Army)
  • Highwood, Cyril, Revd. (Pluckley, Ashford, Kent)
  • Hilda (Nowell Johnson's aunt, on her Mother's side?)
  • Hill, Ingram, Derek, Revd. (Parish Church of St. Gregory-The-Great, Canterbury)
  • Himsworth, J. B., Mr.
  • Himsworth, Joyce, R., Mr.
  • Hine, H. Francis, Canon
  • Hines, Frances, Miss
  • Hinkes, Sidney George Stuart, Dr.,1925-2006 (pacifist and a priest in the Church of England)
  • Hirst, May, Miss
  • Hitler, Adolf, Herr, 1889-1945 (Austrian-born Nazi leader, Chancellor of Germany 1933-45)
  • Hnik, Frantisek Martin, Dr., b.1905 (bishop of the Czechoslovak Church, 1956)
  • Hoad, J. P. E., Mr.
  • Hoare, Mrs. (laundress)
  • Hoare, T., Mr. (Canterbury Cathedral cleaner)
  • Hobson, J. P. H., Revd. (Headmaster at the Reigate St. Mary's School, Surrey)
  • Ho-Chi-Minh, Mr,1890-1969 (Vietnamese revolutionary and statesman, who later became prime minister and president of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam (North Vietnam))
  • Hocker, M. W., Major
  • Hocking, William Ernest, Mr. (Harvard University)
  • Hodges, Sheila, Ms. (director of Victor Gollancz, Ltd. Publishers)
  • Hodgson, P. K., Mr.
  • Hodgetts, E. L., Mr.
  • Hodson, Cyril B., Revd. (vicar of Slad, Gloucestershire)
  • Hogben, G. C., Mr. (of Sutton-by-Dover)
  • Hogg, Breda, Mrs. (wife of Judge A. Spencer Hogg)
  • Hogg, A. Spencer, Judge
  • Hogg, Pam, Ms. (Hewlett Johnson's niece)
  • Hogg, Anthony, Lieut. (Hewlett Johnson's nephew)
  • Holland, Mrs.
  • Holland Walker, J., Mr. (Honorary Secretary of the British Archaeological Association)
  • Holloway, E.A., Mr. (General Secretary of the League to Abolish poverty)
  • Holman, W. R., Mr.
  • Holman, W. M., Captain
  • Holman, Portia, Ms. (Honorary Secretary of the Holborn and West Central London committee for Spanish Medical Aid)
  • Holmes, Fred, Mr.
  • Holmes, J., Captain (Royal Naval War College, Greenwich)
  • Holt, Helmut, Mr.
  • Holt, Peter H. B., Mr. (from Burrows and Co., Surveyors and Valuers, Ashford, Kent)
  • Holtum, Mr. (Canterbury Cathedral Chapter tenant)
  • Holyland, P. M., Mr.
  • Honeyman, T. J., Mr. (Director of Glasgow Art Galleries and Museums)
  • Honig, I., Mrs. (from Australia)
  • Hope, Adele, Ms.
  • Hopwood, D.L., Mr.
  • Hooke, William, G., Mr.
  • Hooper, A. S., Major
  • Horne, H. M., Miss
  • Horne, Hilda M., Miss (Friends of Austria, London)
  • Horsley, A. S., Mr.
  • Horsley, Alex, C., Mr.
  • Horsley, Douglas, Revd. (incumbent at Dt. John's, Upper Norwood)
  • Horton, Ronald, Revd.
  • Horwood, Harold, Mr.
  • Hoxt, Commander (Bursar of the King's School)
  • Howard, H., Mr.
  • Huan Shiang, Mr.
  • Huan Shiang, Mrs.
  • Hudson, E., Mr. USE Hudson, Edward B., Mr.
  • Hudson, Edward B., Mr.
  • Huggill, G. M. W., Mrs.
  • Huggill, Henry Percy, Mr. (painter)
  • Hunt, Henry T., Mr.
  • Hunter, R. W., Mr.
  • Hendry , R. , Mr.
  • Hopkins, W., Rev.
  • Hough, L., Mrs.
  • Horner, Arthur, Mr.
  • Horvath, Richard, Dr. (Vice-President of the Peace Committee of the Roman Catholic Priests of Hungary)
  • Howley, William, Revd., 1766-1848 (archbishop of Canterbury)
  • Hromadka, J. L. (Josef Lukl), Professor, 1889-1969.
  • Hsiang, Huan, Mr. (of the Office of the Charge' d'Affaires of the People's Republic of China, London)
  • Hsiang-hiu, Hsiung, Mr. (from the Office of the Charge' d'Affaires of the People's Republic of China, London)
  • Hsin, Li, Mr. (of the Office of the Charge' d'Affaires of the People's Republic of China, London)
  • Huckstep, E. T., Mr.
  • Huddleston, Trevor, Revd. (Community of the Resurrection, London)
  • Hudson, Edward B., Mr.
  • Huggett, T., Mr.
  • Hughes, A., Miss (of All Saints Service Bureau)
  • Hughes, Owen, Mr. (Major of Ramsgate, 1949)
  • Hughes, Frank, Mr.
  • Hughes, John, Mr.
  • Hugill, John, W., Mr.
  • Hughes, E. A., Miss
  • Hull, Robert, R., Mr.
  • Humphrey, R. H., Mr.
  • Hunt, R. J. H., Mr.
  • Hunter, E., Mrs.
  • Hunter, Margaret, Ms. (Scottish Organiser of the Communist Party, Glasgow)
  • Huntley, R. S., Revd. (curate of Croydon Parish Church)
  • Hurn, Miss
  • Hussey, Walter, Revd., 1909-1985 (Dean of Chichester until 1971)
  • Huxley, Michael, Mr.
  • Hyde, Douglas Arnold, Mr., b.1911 (News Editor of the Daily Worker and former Communist)
  • Hyde, V. D. W., Revd. (of St. Bartholomew's Vicarage, Dover)
  • Ignatyeva, N., Mr. (Editor of Soviet News)
  • Illingworth, Leslie Gilbert, Mr., 1902-1979
  • Incze, Jano, Mr. (Hungarian Ambassador to the U.K., 1964)
  • Ingall, Wm. E., Mr. (Headmaster, Canterbury Education Committee)
  • Inge, W. R., Mr. USE Inge, William Ralph, Revd., 1860-1954 (Dean of St. Paul's Cathedral)
  • Inge, William Ralph, Revd., 1860-1954 (Dean of St. Paul's Cathedral)
  • Inge, Mrs. (daughter of Archdeacon Spooner)
  • Ingleton, C. Miss
  • Ingley, Frederick, Rt. Revd. (Bishop of Colorado)
  • Ingram, Kenneth (Quality Press Ltd. Publishers)
  • Inkpin, Albert, Mr. (Secretary of Russia Today Society)
  • Ionescu, (George) Ghita, Mr., 1913-1996 (Romanian born political scientist, editor and writer)
  • Isherwood, Kate, Ms. (Hewlett Johnson's cousin)
  • Iredell, E.O., Revd. (vicar of the "Red Church" of St. Clements, Barnsbury)
  • Iremonger, F. A., Revd. (of the B.B.C.)
  • Irving, Laurence Henry Foster, Mr., 1897-1988 (art director, producer, production designer, set decorator; grandson of Henry Irving)
  • Isaacs, Stella, marchioness of Reading and Baroness Swanborough, 1894-1971 (founder of the Women's Royal Voluntary Service)
  • Isaak, Rose, Ms. (Secretary of the American Russian Institute)
  • Ishan Babakhan bin Abdul Majid khan
  • Jacobs, Alfred, Dr. (of Western Austalia)
  • Jacobson, Jacob H., Dr. (of Haifa)
  • Jacot, Paul. Mr.
  • Jacubson, G. H. R., Mr.
  • Jack, Iain, Mr.
  • Jaeger, Friedrich, Mr. (of Germany)
  • Jagger, H. (Honorary Secretary of Saddleworth Festival of the Arts, 1962)
  • James, E., Archbishop of Toronto
  • James, H. G., Mr. (Honorary Organiser of the Canterbury Pilgrimage 1934)
  • James, John, P., Jr, Mr.
  • Jameson, K., Mr.
  • Jarlicht, Aron D., Dr. (of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
  • Jarrett-Kerr, H., Mr. (of the Christian Social Council of Cheltenham)
  • Jarvis, Master (Canterbury Cathedral chorister)
  • Jayne, A. G., Mr. (from Christiania)
  • Jayne, Alice L, Ms.
  • Jayne, Francis John, Revd. ,1845-1921 (Bishop of Chester, 1889-1919)
  • Jell, James, Mr. (of Broome Park, near Canterbury)
  • Jellicoe, John Rushworth, first Earl Jellicoe, 1859-1935 (Admiral of the Fleet and First Sea Lord 1916-17)
  • Jenkins Claude, Dr., 1877-1959 (historian; Church of England clergyman; Professor of Ecclesiastical History, Christ Church, Oxford)
  • Jenkinson, Robert, Mr.
  • Jennings, H.T. Douglas, Mr.
  • Jennison, Mary, Miss (Canadian Peace Congress)
  • Jervis, Charles, J., Mr. (the Chaucer bookshop, Canterbury)
  • Jessie
  • Jeudwine, Hugh Sandham, Sir, Lieutenant General, 1862-1942
  • Jeveson, Kenneth, Mr.
  • Jirek, Zdenko, Mr. (Czech student of Catholic Theology, 1952)
  • Job, L. P., Mrs.
  • John, Augustus Edwin, Mr., 1878-1961 (Welsh painter, draughtsman, and etcher)
  • John XXIII, Pope, 1881-1963
  • Johnson, A., Mr. (not a relative of Hewlett Johnson)
  • Johnson, A. J., Mr. (Canterbury Cathedral lay clerk)
  • Johnson, Alfred, Mr. (Hewlett Johnson's brother)
  • Johnson, Alice, Mrs. (Hewlett Johnson's sister-in-law, wife of Alfred Johnson)
  • Johnson (?), Anthony, Mr. (Hewlett Johnson's nephew)
  • Johnson, Audrey, Ms. (Hewlett Johnson's niece, daughter of Harold Johnson)
  • Johnson, Brenda, Ms. (Hewlett Johnson's niece, daughter of Harold Johnson)
  • Johnson, Charles Henry, Mr. (Hewlett Johnson's father)
  • Johnson, Charles, Mr. (Hewlett Johnson's brother)
  • Johnson, Edward, Mr. (Hewlett Johnson's brother)
  • Johnson, Gordon, Mr. (Hewlett Johnson's nephew, son of Stanley Johnson)
  • Johnson, Harold, Mr. (Hewlett Johnson's brother)
  • Johnson, Helen, Mrs. (Hewlett Johnson's sister-in-law, wife of Stanley Johnson)
  • Johnson, Helene Keren, Miss, b.1942 (younger daughter of Hewlett and Nowell Johnson)
  • Johnson, Henry, Mr. (of Montreal, Hewlett Johnson's nephew)
  • Johnson, Hewlett, Revd., 1874-1966
  • Johnson, Jean B., Mrs. (Hewlett Johnson's sister-in-law, wife of Harold Johnson)
  • Johnson, Mary, Mrs., d.1931 (1st wife of Hewlett Johnson born Mary Taylor)
  • Johnson, Mary Kezia, Miss, b.1940 (elder daughter of Hewlett and Nowell Johnson)
  • Johnson, Mordecai Wyatt, Dr., 1890-1976 (President of Howard University, Washington D.C.)
  • Johnson, Mrs. (probably not related to Hewlett Johnson)
  • Johnson, Nowell Mary, Mrs., 1906-1983 (2nd wife of Hewlett Johnson, born Nowell Mary Edwards)
  • Johnson, Rosa, Mrs., b.1843 (Hewlett Johnson's mother born Rosa Hewlett)
  • Johnson, Rose, Miss (Hewlett Johnson's sister)
  • Johnson, Russell, Mr. (Hewlett Johnson's brother)
  • Johnson, Stanley, Mr. (Hewlett Johnson's brother)
  • Johnson, Ted, Mr. (Hewlett Johnson's nephew, son of Edward H. Johnson)
  • Joliot-Curie, Frédéric, M. 1900-1958 (French physicist)
  • Jolly, J. Leslie, Mr.
  • Jolly, Stephen (Secretary of the British-Czechoslovak Friendship League)
  • Jones, Charlotte, Mrs. (of 41, London Road, Canterbury)
  • Jones, E. Rhys (Labour club, 1952)
  • Jones, Mrs.
  • Jones, Richard, Mr.
  • Jones, S. M., Mr. (of the Left Book Club, Grays discussion Group)
  • Jordison, Charles, V. F., Mr. (from Australia)
  • Josten, Joseph, Mr. (of the Free Czech Press Agency)
  • Jourdan, F.W.S., Col.
  • Joyce, William, Mr., 1906-1946 (founder of the openly pro-Nazi British National Socialist League, who broadcast propaganda from Nazi Germany in World War II as Lord Haw Haw)
  • Judith, Countess of Listowel, 1903-2003 (Hungarian born anti-Communist writer and journalist, daughter of the diplomat Raoul de Marffy-Mantuano)
  • Justinian, Patriarch of the Orthodox church, Rumania
  • Juvenaly, Metropolitan
  • K.
  • Kádár, János, Mr. 1912-1989 (Hungarian Prime Minister 1956-8 and 1961-5 who consistently supported the Soviet Union)
  • Kaiser, Thomas, Mr. (Honorary Secretary of Manchester and District Peace Committee)
  • Kaldor, Pierre, Mr.
  • Kalvans, Mrs.
  • Kandiah, S. K. (of Ceylon)
  • Kantor, Bolko, Mr. (Polish socialist)
  • Karabaschew, Cyril, Mr. (of Sofia)
  • Karop,Gerald C., Mr. (Friends of Canterbury Cathedral Church)
  • Kashutin, Pavel, A., Mr. (The U.S.S.R. Society for Cultural Relations with Foreign Countries)
  • Kay, Arnold, Mr.
  • Kaye, Herbert, Mr.
  • Kearney, Pat, Ms.
  • Keller, Helen, Miss,1880-1968
  • Kelly, A.D.(of New Zealand)
  • Kelly, Dave, Mr.
  • Kelly, E. P., Mr. (antiques dealer)
  • Kelly, Mrs.
  • Kelway, Mr. (verger at Canterbury Cathedral and part-time Cathedral guide)
  • Kemenov, Vladimir, Mr.
  • Kemp, G. Ward, Mr. (Patent and copyright lawyer)
  • Kemp, Raymond, Mr.
  • Kent, Rockwell, Mr., 1882-1971 (American painter, graphic artist, and writer)
  • Kemp, M., Mr.
  • Kemp, R., Mr. (Canterbury Cathedral guide)
  • Kendrick, T. D., Mr. (Keeper, Department of British and Medieval Antiquities, British Museum)
  • Kennedy, Dorothey, M. E., Ms.
  • Kenworthy, Joseph Montague USE Strabolgi, Joseph Montague Kenworthy, Baron, 1886-1953
  • Kenyatta, Jomo, Mr. (Prime Minister, 1963-1964, and President, 1964-1978, of Kenya)
  • Kenyon, S. W., Mr.
  • Kerr, Emelia Andrewina Elizabeth, Mrs., d.1957 (wife of professor Munro Kerr)
  • Kerr, (John Martin) Munro, Professor, 1868-1960 (obstetrician; Medical Superintendent of the Kent and Canterbury Hospital during World War II)
  • Kerswill, Harry, Mr.
  • Kew, G. A., Mrs.
  • Kewell, Cameron P., Revd. (Chairman of Ipswich Peace Council, 1952)
  • Khan, Mr.
  • Khan, A. H., Mr. (Secretary of the International Association)
  • Khrushchev, Nikita Sergeevich, Mr., 1894-1971 (Soviet premier 1958-64)
  • Killin, Master (Canterbury Cathedral chorister)
  • King, A. C., Revd. (of Goulburn, Australia)
  • King, Harry, Mr.
  • King, (William Lyon) Mackenzie, 1874-1950, Mr.,(Canadian statesman and prime minister, 1921-48)
  • King, W., Revd.
  • Kingsbury, John A., Mr. (officer of National Council of American-Soviet Friendship, 1945-1981)
  • Kingsford, Gerald, Mr. (solicitor from Kingsford, Arrowsmith and Wightwick, Canterbury)
  • Kinsella ?
  • Kirby, E. T., Revd. (St. Augustine Vicarage, Manchester)
  • Kirk, P. T. R., Revd. (Industrial Christian Fellowship)
  • Kirkpatrick, A. F., Mr.
  • Kirkbridge, R. B., Mr.
  • Kitney, Mr.
  • Kitson, Arthur, Mr.
  • Kittie
  • Kitts, E. Bernard, Revd.
  • Klemm, Gertrude, Ms.
  • Klemmer, Gertrude, Ms.
  • Knight, Alan John, Revd., (Archbishop of the West Indies from 1950)
  • Knight, Bishop (Canterbury King's School chaplain) USE Knight, Bishop, d.1939 (Canterbury King's School chaplain)
  • Knight, Bishop, d.1939 (Canterbury King's School chaplain)
  • Knight, Gerald H., Dr., 1908-79 (organist of Canterbury Cathedral from 1937-1952)
  • Knight, T. H. A., Mr.
  • Knight, William, Mr.
  • Knik, F. M., Mr. (of Prague)
  • Knowler, Thomas, Mr. (Alderman of Canterbury, 1673-1705)
  • Knowles, G. V., Mr.
  • Kohn, Joseph, Mr.
  • Kolesnikov, S. A., Mr. (President of the Executive Committee, The societies of the Red Cross and Red Crescent of the U.S.S.R.)
  • Koester, Dorothee, Mrs.
  • Koester, Mr.
  • Koop, Harold, Mr.
  • Korda, Maria, Ms.
  • Koulakovskaya, Inna, Miss, 1917-
  • Koukin, K., Mr. (U.S.S.R. Embassy, London)
  • Kovovi, N.F. ? (Bishop-Patriarch of the Czechoslovak Church, 1952)
  • Kravchenko, Victor, Mr., 1905-1966
  • Kreisler, Fritz, Herr, 1875-1962 (Austrian violinist and author)
  • Kretzmer, Herbert, Mr., b.1925 (Australian born songwriter)
  • Kudrov, Konstantin, Mr. (Editor of Soviet Weekly)
  • Kumaramangalam, S.M., Mr. (President of the Cambridge University Union, 1938)
  • Kung, Madame
  • Kuo, Mo-Jo, Mr., b.1888 (Chairman of the China Peace Committee)
  • Kuzmenko, A., Mr. (Secretary of the USSR-Great Britain Society, 1974)
  • Lacey, Enid, Ms. (wood engraver and illustrator)
  • Laffitte, Jean, Mr. (General Secretary of the World Council of Peace)
  • La Guardia, Fiorello, Mr.,1882-1947 (US politician, and mayor of New York 1934-45)
  • Lake, G. L., Mr.
  • Lamb, David C. Commissioner (Salvation Army)
  • Lambert, Mrs. (of Sturry Vicarage)
  • Lamont, Corliss, Mr., 1902-1995 (American humanist philosopher and civil liberties advocate)
  • Lampe, G. W. H., Revd. (master at King's School)
  • Lancaster, Osbert, Sir, 1908-1986 (cartoonist, author, art critic and stage designer)
  • Landon, R., Mr.
  • Lane, Mr. (Canterbury Cathedral Chapter workman)
  • Lang, William Cosmo Gordon, Archbishop of Canterbury, 1864-1945
  • Lang-Sims, Lois, Miss fl. 1936-1995 (author and friend of Nowell Johnson)
  • Langton, F. E. P. S., Mr.
  • Largnier, Simone, Ms.
  • Larsky, A. W., Dr.
  • Latta, Drina, Ms.
  • Latter, Mr.
  • Lazareanu, Alexandru, Mr. (Minister of the Rumanian People's Republic)
  • Laurie, Hannah S., Mrs. (Honorary Secretary of the Christian Foodship Committee)
  • Layton, Water Thomas, Sir, 1884-1966 (British economist, editor and newspaper proprietor, owner of the 'News Chronicle')
  • Lawson, Charles, Mr. (Union President of the United Farm Equipment and Metal Workers of America)
  • Lawson, H., Mr.
  • Lawton, Irene, Ms.
  • Lazarus, Julius, Mr.
  • Lea, Derrick, A., Mr. (Illustration and Design, Manchester)
  • Lea, Everett, Mr. (of California)
  • Lea, Maria S., Ms.
  • Lea-Wilson, E. M., Mrs. (wife of Revd. Lea-Wilson)
  • Leach, Wilfrid, S. C., Revd.
  • Leaver, Miss (Canterbury Cathedral Library employee)
  • Lee, Austin, Mr.
  • Lee, C. K., Mr. (Swedish Mission, Kienly, China)
  • Lee, G. B., Mr. (of St. Leonards on Sea)
  • Lee, Mrs. (second-hand bookseller in Canterbury)
  • Lees, George, Mr.
  • Leigh, John, Sir (Conservative MP for Clapham)
  • Cooper, (Alfred) Duff, 1st Viscount Norwich, 1890-1954 (diplomatist and politician)
  • Lennox-Boyd, Alan Tindal, 1st Viscount Boyd of Merton, 1904-1983 (Conservative Party politician)
  • Leon, Dora Sutcliffe, Ms.
  • Leonard, Arthur, T., Mr.
  • Leontic, Angela, Ms. (Yugoslav Red Cross)
  • Leslie, Kenneth, Mr., 1892-1974 (Canadian poet, journalist and socialist)
  • Lester, M., Miss
  • Levy, H., Professor
  • Levy, Louis Edward, Herr, 1846-1919
  • Lewis
  • Lewis, E., Miss (Secretary of the British Soviet Friendship Society, Manchester Branch)
  • Lewis, Eric, Mr. (of New Zealand)
  • Lewis, F. E., Mr. (Canterbury city electrical engineer)
  • Lewis, John Felix Orlando, Revd.
  • Lewis, John, Mr. (from the Victor Gollancz, Ltd. Publishers)
  • Lewis, Rhoda, Ms.
  • Li, K.Z., Mr.
  • Liddington, L., Mr.
  • Li Ping-hung, Mr. (Vice President of the Chekiang Institute of Fine Arts)
  • Liebmann, Rudolf, Mr (author)
  • Lily (Nowell Johnson's aunt)
  • Lind, O. E., Mr. (of Stockholm)
  • Lindbergh, Charles A. (Charles Augustus), Mr., 1902-1974
  • Ling Li-ming, Mr. (Vice Governor of Kwangtung, 1964))
  • Link, C. H., Mr. (Canterbury Cathedral gatekeeper) USE Link, C. H., Mr. (Canterbury Cathedral gatekeeper; subsequently employed in the Choir School)
  • Link, C. H., Mr. (Canterbury Cathedral gatekeeper; subsequently employed in the Choir School)
  • Linnell, Naomi, Ms (Keeper of Printed Books, Canterbury Cathedral library)
  • Lister, Mrs.
  • Listowel, Judith USE Judith, Countess of Listowel, 1903-2003 (Hungarian born anti-Communist writer and journalist, daughter of the diplomat Raoul de Marffy-Mantuano)
  • Little, Dolly, Ms.
  • Little, J., Mr. (of Bristol)
  • Little, S. L. (Y.M.C.A., London)
  • Lloyd, Anthony, Mr. (House of Commons)
  • Lloyd George, David, first Earl Lloyd-George of Dwyfor, 1863-1945 (British Liberal Prime Minister from 1916-22)
  • Lo Pei-yuan, Mr. (Vice Mayor of Canton, 1964)
  • Lobo, Leocadio, Father (Vicar of the Church of San Gines in Madrid, Professor in the Madrid Seminar)
  • Lock, W., Mr.
  • Locker-Lampson, Oliver, Commander, 1880-1954 (British soldier and right-wing Conservative Party politician)
  • Lockyer, A. J., Mr.
  • Lodge, T. C. S., Mr.
  • Lohr, George, Mr. (Foreign Editor of People World, San Francisco)
  • Logan, M. N., Mr. (of the Sunday Evening choir, St. Stephens, Astley, Manchester)
  • Lomonosov, Mikhail Vasilevich, Mr., 1711-1765 (Russian scientist)
  • Londonderry, Edith, Lady, 1878-1959 ( Irish feminist and political hostess who founded the Women's Legion during the 1st World War) USE Vane-Tempest-Stewart, Edith, Marchioness of Londonderry, 1878-1959 (Irish feminist and political hostess who founded the Women's Legion during the 1st World War)
  • Longman, P. W., Mr. (of Australia)
  • Longridge, Geraldine, Ms.
  • Lorne (an unofficial? aunt of Nowell Edwards)
  • Loshak, David, Mr. (Oxford University Socialist Club)
  • Lottie (Johnson's sister or sister-in-law)
  • Loughborough, G. W., Revd. (Director of Religious Education - Diocesan Education Committee)
  • Lovett , Ernest Neville, Revd.,1869 -1951 (Bishop of Portsmouth and Bishop of Salisbury)
  • Low, David Alexander Cecil, Sir ,1891-1963 (New Zealand born cartoonist and caricaturist)
  • Lowe, Anne, Mrs. (the British Peace Committee)
  • Lownsend, E., Mr.
  • Lloyd, George, Mr. (of Los Angeles)
  • Lucarini, Alvaro, Signor (of Italy)
  • Lucas, F. L., Mr. (Frank Laurence), 1894-1967
  • Lucas, P. W., Mr. (Henlow)
  • Luck, B. J., Mr. (Secretary of the Canterbury Cathedral Company of Change Ringers)
  • Ludlow, Christopher, Revd.
  • Lukens, Alexander, Revd. (of St. Barnabas episcopal Church, Denver)
  • Lumb, J.R., Canon
  • Lumley, R. J. C., Revd.
  • Lund, Gelius (of Tiden Publishing Co.)
  • Lunn, Roger, Mr.
  • Lushington, F. de W., Revd.
  • Luther, Edward, Mr. (of The Stocks and Whipping Post)
  • Luxmoore, Lord Justice
  • Lyons, Joseph Aloysius, Mr., 1879-1939 (Prime Minister of Australia from 1932-39)
  • Lysenko, Trofim Denisovich, Dr.,1898-1976
  • M. A.
  • M. S. P.?
  • MacArthur, Douglas, Mr., 1880-1946 (US general)
  • McAuley, Stephen A., Mr.
  • McBee, Silas, Mr. (of the Constructive Quarterly)
  • MacCarthy, Desmond, Mr. (President of the P.E.N.)
  • McCarthy, John, D. (from Tasmania, Australia)
  • MacCarthy, J. Dillon, Mr.
  • McClemens, Mr.
  • Maclure, Margaret Eleanor, Ms.
  • McCoy Gaines, Irene, Mrs. (President of the Council of Negro Women's Organizations)
  • Macdonald (editor of The Times)
  • McDonald, J., Mr.
  • Macdonald, H. F., Mr. (Fettes College, Edinburgh)
  • MacDonald, James Ramsay, Mr., 1866-1937 (British politician and twice Prime Minister of the United Kingdom)
  • MacDonald, M.F.C.
  • McDowell, John, Mr.
  • McDowell, Nora, Mrs. (Hewlett Johnson's niece)
  • McEvoy, C., Revd.
  • McGaw, Rhonda, Mrs (Convenor of the Left Book Club, Woking group)
  • McConaghey, Gladys, Mrs.
  • MacGregor, H., Miss (of Canada)
  • McGuffie, P. D., Capt.
  • MacInnes, Greville, Sir
  • McIntyre, James, Dr. (the Solway Fellowship)
  • MacKay, A. B., Councillor (Treasurer N.A.S.M.A. Fund, Glasgow)
  • MacKay, Professor
  • MacKay Gordon, A. W., Professor
  • Mackean, W.H., Revd. (Canon of Rochester, 1936)
  • McLeish, D.M., Mrs.
  • McMahon, Helena E., Mrs.
  • MacMillan, John Victor, Bishop of Guildford (1934-1949)
  • Macmurray, John, Mr., 1891-1976 (Quaker and communitarian moral philosopher)
  • Macnaghten, Caroline (Oxford Social Studies Association)
  • McNeille Bradshaw, W., Revd. (St. Mary's Vicarage, Sittingbourne)
  • Macnutt, Frederick Brodie, Canon
  • McRae Cann, M. R., Revd.
  • McRae, Elli, Mrs.
  • Madfield, Anthony, Mr.
  • Maddok, A.J. M., Mr.
  • Magness, S. Lester, Mr. (President of the National Union of Mineworkers, Kent Area)
  • Mains, Margaret, Mrs.
  • Maiskii, I. M. (Ivan Mikhailovich), Mr., 1884-1975 (Soviet Ambassador to the United Kingdom 1932-1943, born to Polish parents in Russia as Jan Lachowiecki)
  • Maiskii, Madame (Wife of the Soviet Ambassador to the United Kingdom 1932-1943)
  • Maitland, Arthur Herbert Drummond Ramsay-Steel- , Sir, 1876-1935 (Conservative Minister of Labour in Baldwin's government, 1924-30)
  • Maitland, C. A. H., Mrs.
  • Makarios III, 1927-1977 (1st President of the Republic of Cyprus born Mihail Christodoulou Mouskos)
  • Malenkov, Georgii Maksimilianovich, Mr., 1901-1988
  • Malick, Mr.
  • Malik, Jacob Alexandrovich, Mr., 1906-1980 (Soviet politician and ambassador to Britain 1953-60)
  • Malik, Mrs.
  • Manley, C. A., Revd. (Vicar of Littlebourne)
  • Mancunian, Gertie, Ms. (of East Germany)
  • Manning, Michael, Mr. (General Secretary of Unity Theatre Society Limited)
  • Manning, W., Mr. (of Capetown, South Africa)
  • Mansfield, Jack W., Mr.
  • Mansfield, D. Forbes, Mr.
  • Maple, Mr. (Canterbury Cathedral Library employee)
  • Maples, E. E., Dr. (donor of a piano to the Canterbury Cathedral Choir School)
  • Mao Tse-tung, Chairman USE Mao, Zedong, Chairman, 1893-1976 (Chinese leader formerly known as Mao Tse-tung)
  • Mao, Zedong, Chairman, 1893-1976 (Chinese leader formerly known as Mao Tse-tung)
  • March, F. C., Revd.
  • Margaret
  • Margaret (Hewlett Johnson's sister from South Africa)
  • Maria
  • Markus, Adolf, Mr.
  • Markby, A. C., Revd.
  • Marko, Edyth, Mrs. (of Pittsburgh, USA)
  • Marlow, O. L., Mr.
  • Marsh, Miss (Canterbury Cathedral Chapter tenant)
  • Marshak, S. (Samuil), Mr.,1887-1964
  • Marshall, B. E. E., Mr. (candidate for Parker Exhibitions)
  • Marshall, George Catlett, General, 1880-1959 (U.S. statesman and soldier)
  • Marshall, K., Mr.
  • Marsham, Muriel Joan Warry, Dame, 1888-1972 (philanthropist and founder of the national women's auxiliary of the YMCA)
  • Marsh-Roberts, Cyril F., Mr.
  • Martin, Frank, Revd.
  • Martin, Geoffrey, Revd. (The Observatory, Sussex)
  • Martin, G. N., Revd. (of Battle, Sussex)
  • Martin, H. A. J., Mr.
  • Martin, Hugh, Revd.
  • Mary
  • Mary, Queen, consort of George V, King of Great Britain, 1867-1953
  • Masaryk, Tomá (Garrigue ) Mr., 1850-1937 (Czechoslovak statesman who was President from 1918-35)
  • Masefield, John, Mr. 1878-1967 (British poet and dramatist)
  • Mashanski, F. I., Professor (Director of the Institute for X-Ray apparatus)
  • Mason, A. J., Canon
  • Mason, Dennis, Mr.
  • Mason, F., Revd. (Christ Church College, Canterbury)
  • Mason, Margaret, M.
  • Mason, Margaret, M., Mrs. (Honorary Secretary of Women's Guild of the Cathedral Church of Christ)
  • Mason Perkins, Irene, Ms.
  • Massiah, T., Mr.
  • Mathewson Watson, J. P., Sir (Chairman of the Manchester Evening News White Heather Fund)
  • Matkovsky, N., Prof. (International Institute for Peace)
  • Matthews, Arthur J., Mr.
  • Matthews, George, Mr. (Editor of the Daily Worker, 1962)
  • Matthews, Walter Robert, Revd., 1881-1973 (Dean of St Paul's and Professor of Philosophy of Religion at King's College, London)
  • Matthewson, Lord
  • Maude, Colonel
  • Maufe, Edward Brantwood, Sir, 1883-1974(architect who designed Guildford Cathedral)
  • Maugham, W. Somerset (William Somerset), Mr., 1874-1965
  • Mayevsky, Victor, Mr.
  • Mayhew, A. F., Revd.
  • Mayhew, Christopher Paget, Baron Mayhew 1915-1997 (Labour politician who was briefly Minister for the Navy under Harold Wilson but subsequently defected to the Liberal party)
  • Maylam, Mr. (solicitor to Mr. Halford)
  • Maynard, D.E. Revd. (canon of St. Peter's vicarage, Melbourne) USE Maynard, Farnham Edward, Revd., 1882-1973 (canon of St. Paul's Cathedral, Melbourne, Australia)
  • Maynard, Farnham Edward, Revd., 1882-1973 (canon of St. Paul's Cathedral, Melbourne, Australia)
  • Maynard, E. J., Mr.
  • Maynard, F. E., Revd. (Canon of St. Paul's Cathedral, Melbourne) USE Maynard, Farnham Edward, Revd., 1882-1973 (canon of St. Paul's Cathedral, Melbourne, Australia)
  • Maynard, Malcolm De P., Revd. (Dean of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA)
  • Mayne, William, Mr.
  • Mayo, Helen, Miss (Hewlett Johnson's dentist)
  • Mawson, A. Thomas, Mr. (of Lancaster)
  • Maze, Frederick William, Mr., 1871-1959 (civil servant and Customs official in China)
  • McAllister, George, Mr. (General Secretary of the Scottish-Soviet Friendship Society)
  • McKay, Gordon, Professor
  • McKay, Mrs.
  • Mead, Mr. (local manager of Messrs. G. N. Haden and Sons Ltd.)
  • Mee, Arthur, Mr., 1875-1943 (editor of 'The Children's Newspaper', London)
  • Meers, Mr. (tenant at Burgate 21B)
  • Meers, Mrs. (tenant of a Canterbury Cathedral property)
  • Meikle, J., Master
  • Meikle, Mrs. (mother of a pupil at the Canterbury Cathedral Choir School)
  • Meijer, Selma, Ms.
  • Melish, W. Howard, Revd., c.1910-1986 (Episcopal priest ousted from his Brooklyn parish during the McCarthy era because of his political views)
  • Melvill, D. G., Mr.
  • Menuhin, Yehudi, Mr., 1916-1999 (violinist)
  • Menzies, Robert Gordon, Sir, 1894-1978 (Australian Liberal Prime Minister 1939-41 and 1949-66)
  • Meredith, Mrs. (Canterbury Cathedral Chapter tenant)
  • Merrick, Richmond, Mr.
  • Merron, E., Mrs. (Wythenshawe Housewives Association)
  • Merz, Kurt, Mr. (the Deanery of Canterbury)
  • Mescer, Ivor, E., Mr.
  • Meszaros, A., Mr. (sculptor)
  • Meszaros, Laszlo (sculptor)
  • Mewton, J.R., Mr.
  • Meyer, Leo J., Mr.
  • Meylor, M. P., Lieutenant -Colonel
  • Michael, David, Mr. (Protestant Magazine)
  • Michie, Donald (Department of Zoology and Comparative Anatomy, University Museum, Oxford)
  • Micklewright, F. H., Revd.
  • Middleton, George, Sir (Ecclesiastical Commissioner)
  • Middleton, Margaret S., Mrs. (wife of Charles F. Middleton)
  • Midwinter, A. A., Revd. (Rector of Tunstall)
  • Mikhailov, Nikolai, Mr., (Soviet Minister of Culture)
  • Mikhoels, Prof.
  • Milford, Humphrey, Mr. (Manager of Oxford University Press, London)
  • Millar, Robert, Mr.
  • Millen, F. J., Mr.
  • Miller, Dr. (of the British Museum)
  • Miller, James, Mr.
  • Milles, Carl, Mr., 1875-1955 (sculptor)
  • Milles, Karl, Mr. USE Milles, Carl, Mr., 1875-1955 (sculptor)
  • Millett, Arthur, J (?), Mr.
  • Mills, Agnes Dorothy, Miss (sister of Mary C. S. Mills)
  • Mills, Mary C. S., Miss (Canterbury Education Committee)
  • Mills, Percy H., Mr.
  • Millson, John C., Mr.
  • Milner, Alfred, Viscount Milner, 1854-1925 (Public servant and Liberal politician, who was High Commissioner for South Africa from 1897-1905)
  • Milner-White, Dr.
  • Milnikiel, Eurgeniusz Jan, Mr.
  • Milward, Mr. (of The Forge, Bishopsbourne)
  • Mikhailusenko, Igor, Mr. (of Moscow)
  • Mindszenty, József, Revd.,1892-1975 (Hungarian prelate, born József Pehm)
  • Minorsky, Vladimir, Professor, 1877-1966 (Orientalist at SOAS)
  • Mitchell, A., Mr. (of Stone-in-Oxney)
  • Mitchell, G. A., Mr. (of Sutton-by-Dover)
  • Mitchell, David, H., Mr. (from Bradford, Massachusetts)
  • Mitchell, J. I., Mr. (candidate for Parker Exhibitions)
  • Mitchell, T., Mr. (Secretary of the National Association of Colliery Obermen, Deputies and Shotfirers, Kent Area)
  • Mitchell, William, Mr. (of Vancouver)
  • Moberly, Robert Hamilton, Dean of Salibury Cathedral, 1884-1978 (Bishop of Stepney, 1936-52)
  • Mobley, Mr.
  • Mold, A. N., Mrs.
  • Molly
  • Molotov, Vyacheslav Mikhailovich, Mr., 1890-1986 (Soviet statesman and diplomat, prime minister, 1930-41, and foreign minister 1939-49, 1953-56 born Vyacheslav Mikhailovich Scriabin )
  • Moulton, Arthur W., Rt. Revd. (Protestant Episcopal Bishop of Utah, awarded the Stalin Peace Prize the same year, 1951, as Hewlett Johnson)
  • Momford, Richard, Mr. (Executive Director of the National Council of America-Soviet Friendship)
  • Monckton, Walter Turner, Mr., 1891-1965 (1st Viscount Monckton of Brenchley, British politician; representative on Reparations Committee) )
  • Monford, Richard, Revd.
  • Monnington, Winifred M., Mrs.
  • Montagu, Ivor (Goldsmid Samuel), Mr.,1904-1984 (British filmmaker, screenwriter, producer, film critic, writer, table tennis player and winner of a Lenin Peace Prize in 1959)
  • Montefiore, Hugh William, Rt. Revd., 1920-2005 (Bishop of Birmingham, 1978-1987 and progressive theologian, born Hugh Sebag-Montefiore of a Jewish family)
  • Montgomery of Alamein, Bernard Law Montgomery, Viscount, 1887-1976
  • Moore, B., Lance-Corporal (tenant of Broad Street 81)
  • Moore, Peter, Mr. (Pershore Vicarage, Worcestershire)
  • Moore, Ralph, Mr.
  • Moore, W. V., Mr. (incumbent at St. Thomas, Malverne, Long Island, New York)
  • Moreno, Enrique, Prof.
  • Morel, Jean, Father
  • Morford, Richard, Revd. (executive director of National Council of American-Soviet Friendship, 1945-1981)
  • Morgan, Claude (journalist of 'Defense de la Paix, 1952)
  • Morris, Alexander, Revd. (Rural Dean of Huntingdon)
  • Morris, Eric, E., Mr.
  • Morris, Ethel Mary, Ms.
  • Moseley, George Van Horn , General, 1874-1960 (U.S. Army general)
  • Mosford, Richard, Mr.
  • Mosiewicz, J., Mr.
  • Mosley, Sir Oswald (Ernald ), 6th Baronet , 1896-1980 (politician, English Fascist leader)
  • Moulds, Clarence, H., Mr. (architect)
  • Moule, Handley Carr Glyn, Revd., 1841-1920 (Bishop of Durham)
  • Mount, Mr. (member of the Friends of Canterbury Cathedral)
  • Mountfalcon, Vera-Hilda, Ms. (representative of Kindler Verlag Munchen)
  • Moxon, Pleasance
  • Mukhina, Vera, Mrs.,1889-1953 (Russian Sculptor)
  • Mummery, Stephen, Mr. (The Workers' Education Association, Canterbury Branch)
  • Munro-Kerr, Professor USE Kerr, (John Martin) Munro, Professor, 1868-1960 (obstetrician; Medical Superintendent of the Kent and Canterbury Hospital during World War II)
  • Morel, E. D., Mr. (from the Union of Democratic Control)
  • Muir, Kenneth, Mr.
  • Mukina, Mr. (son of the Russian sculptor Vera Mukina)
  • Muller, Frederick, Mr. (publisher)
  • Murdoch, Spencer, L., Mr. (of the Pennington Vicarage, Leigh)
  • Murphy, John L., Mr. (American Vice Consul- U.S. Embassy)
  • Murphy, Master (Choir School pupil winning a King's School scholarship) USE Murphy, Christopher, Master (Choir School pupil winning a King's School scholarship)
  • Murphy, Christopher, Master (Choir School pupil winning a King's School scholarship)
  • Murray, Barbara, Miss
  • Murray, Gilbert, Mr.
  • Murray, Katharine Marjory Stewart, Duchess of Atholl, 1874-1960 (public servant and politician, born Katharine Marjory Ramsay)
  • Murray, Thomas, Mr.
  • Murray Walton, W. H., Revd.
  • Mussolini, Benito, Generalissimo 1883-1945
  • Myers, Mr. (headmaster of the Simon Langton School for Boys)
  • Mynatt, M., Miss (Central Books Ltd.)
  • Nagy, Imre, Mr., 1896-1958 (Prime Minister of Hungary 1953-5)
  • Nandanwar, D. N., Mr.
  • Nason, F. N., Mr. (Barnsley Linen Warehouse)
  • Neal, Carolyn, Ms.
  • Neal, Vernon, H., Mr.
  • Neame, Ronald, Mr., b.1911 (British Film director)
  • Needham, (Noël) Joseph Terence Montgomery, Dr., 1900-1995 (biochemist and historian)
  • Nelson, Stanley, J., Mr.
  • Neve, Eric Read, Mr., (recorder of Canterbury)
  • Neville, Bert, Mr. (International Brigade)
  • Newsome, S.W., Miss
  • Nexø, Martin Andersen, Mr., 1869-1954 (Danish writer)
  • Noel, Conrad, Revd. (The Thaxted Civic Council) USE Noel, Conrad Le Despenser Roden, Revd.,1869-1942 (Church of England clergyman and Christian socialist)
  • Noel, Conrad Le Despenser Roden, Revd.,1869-1942 (Church of England clergyman and Christian socialist)
  • Norman, G. Mr,
  • Novikov, Nikolai Vasilevich, Mr., b. 1903 (Soviet diplomat, ambassador to the United States.1946 -1947 )
  • Nehru, Jawaharlal, Mr., 1889-1964 (President of Indian National Congress 1951-4, Prime Minister 1947-64)
  • Nesterenko, A., Mr. (Head of the Consular Depart. of the the Embassy of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics)
  • Neviss, Richard, Revd. (General Theological Seminary of New York)
  • Nevius, Cass, Revd.
  • Newell, C. P., Revd. (St. Peter's vicarage, Ipswich, Suffolk)
  • Newell, J. P., Mr. (King's school, Canterbury)
  • Newman, Louis, I. (Israel), Rabbi, 1893-1972. (Congregation Rodeph Sholom)
  • Neild, John, Mrs.
  • Niblett, G. A., Mr.
  • Nicholls, P., Mr.
  • Nicholson, Charles Archibald, Sir, 1867-1949 (architect, brother of Sir Sydney Hugo Nicholson)
  • Nicholson, Sydney Hugo, Sir, 1875-1947 (Director of the School of English Church Music, and brother of Charles Archibald Nicholson)
  • Nicholson, Dr.
  • Niebuhr, Reinhold, Mr.
  • Nightingale, Mr.
  • Nikolai, Metropolitan
  • Nisick, Hubert, Mr.
  • Niven, Barbara, Ms. (People's Press Fighting Fund)
  • Njaa, Aksel, Bull, Mr. (Norsk-Sovjetrussisk Samband)
  • Noakes, Miss E.
  • Noble, Angus (Secretary of the Kirkcaldy and District Co-operative Men's Guild)
  • Noble, Mr. (member of the Chapter Works Staff)
  • Nolon, Dorothy, Ms. (of Windsor, Ontario)
  • Norris, Miss (tenant of Burgate 23)
  • Northbourne, Walter Henry James, Baron (2nd Lord Northbourne)
  • Northbourne, Walter J. James, Baron, 1869-1932 (3rd Lord Northbourne)
  • Northbourne, Walter Ernest Christopher James, Baron, 1896-1982 (4th Lord Northbourne; agriculturalist, Olympic medallist, and author, claimed to be the "father" of organic agriculture)
  • Norton, Mrs.
  • Norton Hill, Howarth, Leslie, Ms. (of Jordan River, Sask)
  • Nott, Stanley, Mr. (from Stanley Nott, Ltd. Publishers)
  • Nowak-Solinska, Margaret, Ms.
  • Norwood, Frederick William, Dr., 1876-1958 (Australian born Congregational Minister who preached in favour of World Peace in the U.S.A. and Canada and was minister at the City Temple in London from 1919-1936)
  • Nunn, John Mary, Miss (City of Canterbury College of Art)
  • Nurre, Peter, Mr.
  • Nurse, Lewis, R., Mr.
  • Oakden, Ellen, Miss
  • Oestreicher, Paul, Canon (B.B.C.)
  • Oliver, P. M., Mr.
  • Olsson, Mr.
  • Olsson, Mrs.
  • Orage, Alfred Richard, Mr., 1873-1934 (British intellectual, best known for editing the magazine "The New Age")
  • Ormsby-Gore, George Ralph Charles, 3rd Baron Harlech, 1855-1938
  • Ottley, Canon
  • Ovenden, Mr.
  • Ovey, Esmond, Sir
  • Ovenden, H., Mr. (Honorary Secretary and Treasurer, French Church, Canterbury)
  • Oswell, C.. M., Revd. (vicar of Ryhill, Wakefield)
  • Oxborrow, Edith M.
  • O'Connor, John, Mr.
  • Ramsden, John, Revd.
  • Padel, C. F. C. , Mr. (Headmaster of Carlisle Grammar School, 1912-1932)
  • Paige Cox, W. L., Revd. (Archdeacon of Chester)
  • Paillaret, C., Mr. (Secretary of the France - U.R.S.S. Association)
  • Page, R., Mr.
  • Page-Arnot, R., Mr. (of the Labour Monthly)
  • Page, Ernest, C., Mr.
  • Paget, Henry Luke, Revd. , b.1853 (Bishop of Chester, 1919-1932)
  • Paget, Mr. (of Messrs. Seely and Paget) USE Paget, Paul, Mr. (of Messrs. Seely and Paget)
  • Paget, Paul, Mr. (of Messrs. Seely and Paget)
  • Pallas, Mickey, Mr.
  • Palmer, Dr.
  • Palmer, Norman, G., Mr.
  • Pan, Tianshou, Mr., 1897-1971 (President of the Chekiang Institute of Fine Arts)
  • Pan Tien-shou USE Pan, Tianshou, Mr., 1897-1971
  • Pankhurst, (Estelle) Sylvia, Miss, 1882-1960 (political activist, writer, and artist)
  • Pape, A. G., Mr. (Secretary of the National Centre Group of the New Political Fellowship)
  • Pape, May G., Miss
  • Paraige, F., Miss (Secretary of the British Esperanto Peace Committee)
  • Pare, Clive Frederick, Revd. (Minor Canon; headmaster of Canterbury Cathedral Choir School)
  • Pare, Mr. (Clive Frederick Pare's brother)
  • Parfitt, A.J.
  • Parker, Clarence, Father (St. Marks' Episcopal Church)
  • Parker, Geoffrey, Mr. (Hewlett Johnson's nephew)
  • Parker, George W., Mr.
  • Parker, Gordon A., Mr.
  • Parker, John, Mr. (Honorary Secretary of Webb Trustees)
  • Parker, L. I., Miss (Director of the British Russian Gazette and Trade Outlook)
  • Parley, Norman (Percy Lund Humphries and Co. Ltd)
  • Parker, G. W., Mr.
  • Parker, Mr. (member of Canterbury Cathedral works staff)
  • Parker, Ralph, Mr. (from Moscow)
  • Parker, W. A. M., Revd. (Vicar at St. Francis Church, West Wickham, Kent)
  • Parish, W. E., Mr.
  • Parmenter, Walter E. W., Mr.
  • Parsons, Edward L., Revd. (St. Luke's Church, San Francisco)
  • Parsons, J. H., Revd. (of the Rectory, Bilgingham, Pershore)
  • Parsons, Richard Godfrey, Revd., 1882-1948 (Bishop of Middleton, 1927-1932; Bishop of Southwark, 1932-1941; Bishop of Hereford, 1941-1948)
  • Passfield, Lord USE Webb, Sidney [James], 1st Baron Passfield, 1859–1947 (Writer on sociology and political reform)
  • Patersen, Emil H., Mr.
  • Paterson, Brada, Mrs. (Hewlett Johnson's niece?)
  • Paterson, J. S., Mrs.
  • Paton-Campbell, General
  • Patterston, William L., Mr. USE Patterson, William, L. Mr. (Secretary of the Civil Rights Congress, New York)
  • Patterson, William, L. Mr. (Secretary of the Civil Rights Congress, New York)
  • Patriarch of New York
  • Payne, Mrs. (tenant at 81, Broad Street)
  • Payne, Alan, Mr. (Public Relations Officer at the Atomic Power Constructions Ltd.)
  • Payne, Guy, S., Mr.
  • Payne Smith, Robert, Revd., 1818-1895 (dean of Canterbury, 1871-95)
  • Peake, P. H., Mr. (Honorary Secretary, The Anglo-Russian Fellowship)
  • Peaks-Wood, Mrs. (mother of a pupil at Canterbury Cathedral Choir School)
  • Pearce, R., Mr.
  • Pearman, N., Mrs.
  • Pearson, Frederick F. A., Mr. (Liphook)
  • Peasgood, T.C., Mr.
  • Peck, Saville, J. P., Dr.
  • Peers, Charles, Sir (Canterbury Cathedral Seneschal)
  • Peltier, Louis, L., Jr., Mr. (of Canada)
  • Pembrook, J. G., Mr. (solicitor; Clerk to the Governing Body of the King's School)
  • Pembrook, Mr. (Deputy Diocesan Registrar)
  • Pendleton, Eric B. de, Revd. (Church of the Epiphany, Norfolk, Virginia)
  • Penn, Mrs.
  • Penn, Virginia, Ms.
  • Pennifold, Richard, Mr. (Honorary Secretary of Brighton and Hove Peace Committee)
  • Perowne, Arthur William Thomson , Archbishop of Worcester, 1931-1941
  • Percival
  • Perkins, Cynthia, Ms.
  • Perkis
  • Perry, B. J., Mr.
  • Perry, Ralph Barton, Mr. (of Cambridge, Massachusetts)
  • Pesman, Walter, M., Mr. (Landscape architect)
  • Petch, R.W., Mrs.
  • Peters Job, Lenore, Ms. (dancer and co-founder of the Peters Wright Creative Dance studio in San Francisco, member of Women's International League for Peace and Freedom ?)
  • Peter
  • Petersen, Emil, H., Mr.
  • Pethick-Lawrence, Emmeline. Mrs. 1867-1954 (socialist activist)
  • Pethick-Lawrence, Frederick William 1st Baron Pethick-Lawrence (1871-1961)
  • Petrosian, Marie, Mdme
  • Petrov, N., Mr.
  • Petts, Oliver, Mr.
  • Philipps, A. E., Mr. (a Quaker)
  • Phillips, C. S., Revd. Dr. (Chaplain of the College of St. Nicholas, Chislehurst)
  • Phillips, W. B., Mr.
  • Phillips, William, Mr.
  • Philpot, William, Mr. (Honorary Secretary of Wandsworth Peace Council)
  • Picton, Mrs.
  • Pictor-Wayne, C., Mr.
  • Pierce, Morton, Mr. (verger at Canterbury Cathedral)
  • Pigalev, Mr. (President of the people's deputies. Council of the city of Stalingrad)
  • Pilcher, Charles Venn, Revd. (Suffragan Bishop of Sydney, 1935-1961)
  • Pilsudski, Jozef, Marshal, 1867-1935 (Polish general and politician)
  • Pike, Ester, Ms.
  • Pillar, K. H., Revd. (of St. Mary Bredin Vicarage, Canterbury)
  • Pimblett, Charles Bradburn, Revd., 1866-1949
  • Pitt
  • Pixner, Vivien, Mrs. (Secretary of the World Council of Peace Presidential Committee)
  • Plender, William, Baron Plender, 1861-1946 (accountant)
  • Platt, Wilfrid, Mr.
  • Platts Mills, John (Faithful Fortescue), Mr., 1906-2001 (New Zealand born barrister and British Labour Party politician)
  • Player, H. P., Mr.
  • Playfoot, M. L., Mr. (Minor Canon, Canterbury Cathedral)
  • Plimmer, J.
  • Plowman, Mr. (Choir School assistant master)
  • Plumtree, A., Mr. (tenant of Burgate 21A)
  • Poladian, Terenig, Revd. (Dean of the Armenian Seminary at Antelias, Lebanon)
  • Polak, S. L., Mr.
  • Pollitt, Harry, Mr. 1890-1960 (British Communist, general secretary, 1929-39, 1941-56, and chairman, 1956-60 of the Communist Party of Great Britain)
  • Pollitt, Marjorie, Mrs. (wife of Harry Pollitt, born Marjorie Brewer)
  • Polly
  • Polmear, N., Mr.
  • Pomeroy, Roland, Mr. (International Volunteer Service for Peace, London)
  • Pomeroy, William, J., Mr. (of New York)
  • Poole, E. E., Mr.
  • Poole, J. Weston, Revd. (Minor Canon at Canterbury Cathedral and sacrist from May 1937) USE Poole, J. Weston, Revd. (Minor Canon, Sacrist, and Precentor, at Canterbury Cathedral)
  • Poole, J. Weston, Revd. (Minor Canon, Sacrist, and Precentor, at Canterbury Cathedral)
  • Poole, Mrs.
  • Poole, Miss
  • Pope, William W., Mr. (Secretary of the Douglas Social Credit Association, Newcastle)
  • Popova, Nina Vasilevna, Madame (Soviet Trade Union Leader who was awarded a Stalin Prize in 1953)
  • Popper, A.C., Mr.
  • Potter, Revd. Canon (Rector of Ickham)
  • Poultney, G. W., Revd.
  • Pound, Ezra (Weston Loomis), Mr., 1885-1972 (American poet and critic)
  • Pownall, Clarence, Mr.
  • Purdy, T. W., Mr. (solicitor of Aylsham)
  • Pratley, P. A. V., Mr.
  • Pratt, Joan (Queen Mary College, Communist Society)
  • Prebble, William, Mr.
  • Presser, Margaret, Mrs.
  • Prestige, John, Sir
  • Preston, Jean, Miss (Secretary of the Student Christian Movement, Liverpool)
  • Preston, Ernest David, Mr.
  • Prideaux, Anstice, Mrs.
  • Price, Catherine, Captain, d.1952 (wife of General E.J. Higgins of the Salvation Army)
  • Price, Francis, Mr.
  • Pringuer, Mildred S., Mrs.
  • Pritchard, Colonel
  • Pritt, D. N. (Denis Nowell), Mr., 1887-1972 (lawyer and political activist)
  • Pritt, Mrs.
  • Profumo, John (Dennis ), Mr.,b. 1915 (British politician, secretary of state for war 1960-63)
  • Proud, F.W., Mr.
  • Proudfoot, Scott, W., Mr. (Daily Mail)
  • Proudfoot, S. Revd. (St. Peter's Vicarage, Lincolnshire and editor of 'The Optimist')
  • Ptashne, Fred, Mr., 1914-2000 (Executive secretary of the American Jewish Congress)
  • Pugh, Caecilia Elisabeth Mary, Mrs. (biochemist)
  • Punter, H., Mrs. (Bishop's Stortford Anglo-Soviet Friendship Committee)
  • Purchase, G. M., Mr.
  • Purser, A. H., Mr.
  • Purrott, Maurice, Master (Canterbury Cathedral Chorister)
  • Pusey, E. B. (Edward Bouverie), Dr., 1800-82
  • Pybus, George E., Mrs. (Deaconess of Macclesfield Town Mission)
  • Pybus, George, E., Mr. (Deacon of the Macclesfield Town Mission)
  • Pye, Annie, Mrs. (tenant of Burgate 35)
  • Pym, Diana, Ms. (Secretary of the League for Democracy in Greece, London)
  • Quinto, Felice, Mr.
  • R. C. S.
  • Race, F. W., Mr.
  • Rackman, Bernard, Mr.
  • Rackwitz, Arthur, Pastor (of Berlin)
  • Radford, A. F., Mrs.
  • Ragg, Harry Richard, Revd. (Bishop of Calgary, 1943-1952)
  • Raines, Phillips, H., Mr.
  • Rákosi, Mátyás, Mr., 1892-1971 (Hungarian Prime Minister 1952-3 and 1955-6 who helped to establish a Stalinist regime in 1945)
  • Raleigh, Lady (tenant of Precincts 11B)
  • Ramsay, Alice (Lee Priory, Littlebourne, Nr. Canterbury)
  • Ramsey, Arthur Michael, Archbishop of Canterbury, 1904-88
  • Ramsay-Harvey, Mr. (grandson of General Ramsay)
  • Ramos Oliveira, A, Mr. (Republican during the Spanish Civil War)
  • Rangaswamy, P., Mr. (of Bangalore)
  • Rank, Mr.
  • Rashdall, Canon
  • Ratcliffe, Alan, Mr.
  • Rathbone, Eleanor Florence, Miss, 1872 -1946 (Independent British Member of Parliament and long-term campaigner for women's rights)
  • Rattray, Henrietta, Ms. (artist)
  • Raven, Charles, Mr.
  • Ravenhill, D. W., Mr. (of T.J. Poupart Ltd.)
  • Rawlins, R. E. D., Mr. (of Swaziland)
  • Rawlings, Kenneth, Rev.
  • Rayden, Maude, Ms.
  • Reader, H. H., Mr. (farmer)
  • Redfern, W. H., Revd.
  • Redfern, Mr.
  • Redmond, Beryl, Miss (resident maid at Canterbury Cathedral Choir School)
  • Redmond, Iris, Miss (resident maid at Canterbury Cathedral Choir School)
  • Redmond, Mrs. (mother of two resident maids at Canterbury Cathedral Choir School)
  • Redwood, Hugh, Mr. (religious editor of the News Chronicle)
  • Redwood Anderson, J., Mr. (poet, member of the Christian Book Club)
  • Reed, Frank F., Colonel
  • Reeks, Maude, Mrs.
  • Rees, John, Mr.
  • Rees, P. S., Mr. (candidate for Parker Exhibitions)
  • Reid, Mr. (Lay Clerk at Canterbury Cathedral)
  • Rein, David, Mr. (lawyer)
  • Renison, Robert J., Bishop (from Toronto)
  • Rey, Loris, Mr. (sculptor)
  • Reynolds, C. E. , Mr. (tenant of Sun Street 17, Canterbury)
  • Reynolds, C. G., Mr. (tenant of Burgate 33)
  • Reynolds, Doris, Mrs.
  • Rhodes, Doreen, Ms.
  • Rich, John, Mr. (Honorary Secretary of the Cambridge University United Nations Association)
  • Richards, Mr.
  • Richards, Mr. (manager of S.P.C.K., Christ Church Gate, Canterbury)
  • Richards, R., Mr. (Director of the Weekly Post Newspapers)
  • Richardson, Mary, R., Ms.
  • Richardson, Mrs. (donor, Christ Church Gateway turrets)
  • Richardson, Stanley, Mr. (Spanish Embassy, 1937)
  • Riddett, D. Benton, Mr. (General Secretary of the League to Abolish Poverty)
  • Ridler, J., Mr.
  • Ridgway, B., Mr.
  • Ridgway, Matthew Bunker, General, 1895-1993 (U.S. Army Chief of Staff)
  • Rigby, Margaret, Mrs.
  • Rigden, Juanita, Ms.
  • Rikh, Mrs. (of Sandwich)
  • Riley, Doris, Mrs.
  • Risbridger, Andrew, Mr.
  • Ritson, John H., Revd. (of the British Foreign Bible Society)
  • Rivers-Ellicott, Hugh, Mr.
  • Rizov, Alexander, Mr. (of Yugoslavia)
  • Roberts, Ewart, Revd. (Dean of Dover)
  • Roberts, Holland, Mr. (President of the American Russian Institute)
  • Roberts, Lambeth, Mr.
  • Roberts, Mrs. (laundress)
  • Roberts, Paul, Revd. (Dean at the St. John's Cathedral, Denver, Colorado)
  • Robertson, Anne, M., Ms.
  • Robertson, G. H. Lennox, Mr. (Honorary Secretary, Westbere and District Branch, British Legion)
  • Robertson, Ian, M. Mr.
  • Robertson, R. A. Z. S., Mr.
  • Robeson, Paul, Mr., 1898-1976
  • Robinson, C., Miss (Secretary of the Leicester Peace Committee)
  • Robinson Harrison, Mrs. (donor of communion breads box)
  • Robson, Charles. Mr.
  • Rockley, T., Revd.
  • Rodd, Nora, Ms. (of Ontario)
  • Rodeck, Alice Elgar, Mrs. (wife of Revd. Peter Rodeck)
  • Rodger, Norman , Mr.
  • Roebuck, J. Revd. (of Wales)
  • Roger, Juliette, Ms.
  • Rogers, Guy, T., Canon
  • Rogers, Oscar, J., Mr.
  • Rogerson, C. M., Revd. (St. Margaret's vicarage, Nr. Burnley)
  • Rolt, C. E. , Mr.
  • Roosevelt, (Anna) Eleanor, Mrs., 1884-1962 (American humanitarian and diplomat, the wife of Franklin D. Roosevelt)
  • Roosevelt, Franklin Delano, Mr. 1882-1945 (President of the United States of America)
  • Roots, Bishop
  • Roots, John (?), Mr.
  • Roper-Lumley-Holland, Mrs. (donor of an Altar frontal to Canterbury Cathedral)
  • Rose, Bishop USE Rose, Alfred Carey Wollaston, Revd. (Bishop of Dover, 1937)
  • Rose, Alfred Carey Wollaston, Revd. (Bishop of Dover, 1937)
  • Rose, H., Mr. (clerk to the Governors of the Simon Langton Girls' School)
  • Rose, Jack, Mr.
  • Rose, Margaret, Ms. (Secretary of the Aberdeen and North East Peace Association)
  • Rosenberg, Ethel, Mrs. d.1953 (Wife of Julius Rosenberg, convicted with him of espionage and executed)
  • Rosenberg, Julius, Mr., d.1953 (American communist convicted of espionage and executed together with his wife)
  • Rosendaal-Sybenga, M., Mrs.
  • Rosner, Phyllis, Mrs. (London correspondent for Allied Labor News)
  • Ross, Irvin, Mr.
  • Ross, Mr.
  • Rossborough, V., Revd.
  • Rothenstein, William, Sir, 1872-1945
  • Rothman, B., Mrs. (Secretary of the Joint Committee for Soviet Aid)
  • Rothstein, Andrew, Mr., 1898-1994 (writer on Communism and founder member of the British Communist Party)
  • Roundhill, John Hartley, Revd.
  • Routter, Marjorie, Ms.
  • Rowlatt, Sidney Arthur Taylor, Sir, 1862-1945 (judge)
  • Rowse, A. L., Dr. (Alfred Leslie), 1903-1997
  • Roy, K. B., Mr.
  • Royall, Kenneth Claiborne, General,1894-1971 (United States Army general and the last person to hold the office of Secretary of War)
  • Royden, A. M., Mr.
  • Royds, I. F., Mr., Rev.
  • Rubner, S., Mr. (Secretary of the Stepney Peace Council)
  • Ruby, Charles A., Mr. (Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company)
  • Rudkin, Mr. (Rector of Ninfield)
  • Russell, Bertrand Arthur William, Sir, 1872-1970 (3rd Earl Russell)
  • Russell, Hastings William Sackville, 12th Duke of Bedford, 1888-1953 (an evangelical Christian and pacifist, known as Marquess of Tavistock from 189 until his father died in 1940)
  • Russell, John Ian Robert ,13th Duke of Bedford, 1917-2002 (known as the Marquess of Tavistock until his father died in 1953)
  • Russell, Miss (tenant of Precincts 12A)
  • Russell, Mr.
  • Russell, Thomas, Mr. (Collet's Holdings, Ltd.)
  • Rust, William Charles, Mr., 1903-1949 (political activist and journalist who edited the Daily Worker from 1930 to his death)
  • Rustige, Sydney, Mr.
  • Ruth
  • Ruth (Hewlett Johnson's cousin)
  • Ryle, Herbert, Edward, 1856-1925 (Dean of Westminster, 1911-1925)
  • Sadler, Donald, Mr.
  • Sagar, George, Mr.
  • Sagi, Kalman, Mr. (Hungary Deaf and Dumb Steamship)
  • Salisbury, Frank O., Mr. 1874-1962 (British painter and stained-glass designer)
  • Samuels, G. W. R., Mr.
  • Sander, Edgar, Mr. (prisoner in Hungary)
  • Sapru, Tej Bahadur, Mr. (Moderate leader and member of the Round Table Conference)
  • Sargent, Alexander, Archdeacon, 1895-1989
  • Sargent, Alfred, Mr.
  • Sargent, Bill, Revd. (Vicarage, Dalston)
  • Saxon, Barbara, Ms. (Secretary of the Dean of Manchester, 1952)
  • Sayers, Dorothy L. (Dorothy Leigh), Miss, 1893-1957
  • Schaffer, Gordon, Mr. (Chairman of the British Peace Committee and assistant Editor of Reynolds News, London in 1949)
  • Scharnbeck, Wieland, Herr (Theology student at Humboldt University, Berlin)
  • Schiff, Leonard, Mr. (United Theological College of Bangalore)
  • Schoen, Ernst, Mr.
  • Schofield, F., Mr.
  • Schofield, Mr. (missioner)
  • Scholes, William, Revd.
  • Schweitzer, Albert, Dr., 1875-1965 (German theologian, musician, and medical missionary)
  • Scott, Claud Syms, Revd. (incumbent of Exning)
  • Scott, Ethel, M., Ms.
  • Scott, Ian, Mr.
  • Scott, J. J., Mr.
  • Scott, Vevers, Mr. (of Canterbury Gas and Water Co.)
  • Scrutton, Robert J., Mr. (General Secretary of the "Prosperity Campaign towards Social Credit and Christian Values')
  • Secretary of the Ecclesiastical Commission USE Brister, S. S., Mr. (Secretary of the Ecclesiastical Commission)
  • Seely, John, Mr. (of Messrs. Seely and Paget)
  • Segun, F. O., Revd. (from Nigeria)
  • Sen, Mihir, Mr. (Indian student)
  • Seoo, J. Mr. (or Sell)
  • Service, Phyllis R., Ms.
  • Seymour, Joseph, W., Mr.
  • Selvaraj, Mr.
  • Selwyn, Edward Gordon, Revd., 1885-1959 (Dean of Winchester)
  • Sewell, A., Colonel
  • Sha, Chau Fau, Revd.
  • Shallenberger, Frank, Mr.
  • Schaffer, Gordon, Mr. (Reynolds News)
  • Shanahan, Joseph, Mr.
  • Shapira, Samuel S., Mr. (of Los Angeles, California)
  • Sharp, Henry, Sir (Secretary of the Cathedral Commissioners)
  • Sharp, H., Mr. (of Brother Peter's Garden, Newbury)
  • Shartland, J. J., Mr.
  • Shaw, Allan, A., Mr.
  • Shaw, George Bernard, Mr, 1856-1950 (Irish dramatist and writer, socialist and member of the Fabian Society)
  • Shaw, Rosina, Ms.
  • Shaw, Otto L., Mr. (Headmaster of Red Hill School, 1934-1976)
  • Shearer, J. W., Mr.
  • Shearer, Lily D., Mrs.
  • Sheen, Fulton, Revd.
  • Sheikh, Mr.
  • Sheila
  • Shemer, Morris, Mr.
  • Shen Ping, Mr. (Office of the Charge d'Affaires of the People's Republic of China in London)
  • Shene, Enid, Ms. (Secretary of the Womans' Cooperative Guild)
  • Sherrell, Percy, Mr. (house agent of Dover)
  • Shepherd, Alice, Miss (Secretary of the British Soviet Friendship Society, Bolton Branch)
  • Sheppard, Hugh Richard Lawrie, Revd., 1880-1937 (Dean of Canterbury,1929-1931)
  • Sheppard, Dick, Mr. USE Sheppard, Hugh Richard Lawrie, Revd., 1880-1937 (Dean of Canterbury)
  • Sheppard, Father
  • Sheppard, H. F. G., Mr.
  • Shere, Sam, Mr.
  • Sherrick, Edyth, Ms. (of America)
  • Sherriff, R. C. (Robert Cedric), Mr., 1896-1975 (dramatist who wrote Journey's End in 1928, a realistic and moving play which was the first to deal successfully in the theatre with the First World War)
  • Sherwood, Eddy, Mr. USE Eddy, Sherwood, Dr., 1871-1963 (American author and YMCA leader in the Orient, the Near East, and Russia)
  • Shilton, D W. F., Mr. (General Secretary of the Co-operative Holidays Association)
  • Shirley, Frederick Joseph John, Revd., 1890-1967 (Canon of Canterbury Cathedral, Headmaster of King's School Canterbury)
  • Shirley, John, Canon (Headmaster and Canon of Canterbury)
  • Shines, Lois Mary, Ms.
  • Shipway. G. Walter, Mr.
  • Short, Renée, Mrs., 1916-2003 (Labour M.P. who began her political career as councillor in Hertfordshire)
  • Shortland, Anne, Miss
  • Shrubsole, W.L., Mr.
  • Shulman, Milton, Mr., 1913-2004 (Canadian author, film and theatre critic)
  • Silverman, (Samuel) Sydney, Mr., 1895-1968 (Jewish Labour politician and penal reformer)
  • Simpson, B. (Polish Embassy, London)
  • Sidebottom (?)
  • Simmons, Edgar, Mr. (73, Chancery Lane, London)
  • Simpson, Bertram Fitzgerald, 1942-1959 (Bishop of Southwark 1942-1959)
  • Simpson, James B., Mr.
  • Simpson, James Gilliland, Revd., 1865-1948 (Dean of Peterborough)
  • Simpson, Nell, Ms. (Secretary of the N.S.W. Peace Council)
  • Simpson, Ruth, Ms.
  • Sirikit Kitiyakara, Queen of Thailand, b.1932
  • Sitwell, Ann, Miss (Secretary of the Friends of Spain, London)
  • Sivrisarian, V. S., Mr. (of Buenos Aires city)
  • Skeel, Jack, Mr. (photographer)
  • Skeet, Mr.
  • Skellen, Lewis, Mr.
  • Skilton, John D., Mr
  • Skinner, Miss
  • Skobeltsyn, Dmitri V., Dr.
  • Sladden, Mr. (Canterbury Cathedral Chapter tenant)
  • Slade, Madeleine, Miss, 1892-1982 (English follower of Gandhi known as Mirabehn)
  • Sloan, Pat, Mr. (secretary of the British Soviet Friendship Society)
  • Slonimski, Antoni, Mr. (Polish Ambassador to England, 1948)
  • Smith, A. E., Mr.
  • Smith, E.
  • Smith, E. P., Mr. (Commissioner with regard to the Union of Benefices)
  • Smith, Jessica, Ms. (Editor of the Soviet Russia Today)
  • Smith, Joyce M., Mrs. (Secretary of the British Peace Committee)
  • Smith, Leslie, G. D., Mr. (acting Director of the National Peace Council)
  • Smith, Margaret, Miss
  • Smith, Martin Linton, Revd. Dr. (Bishop of Rochester)
  • Smith, Mr.
  • Smith, Nowell, Ms.
  • Smith, Phyllis, Mrs. (lessee of Palace Street 40)
  • Smith, Walter Bedell, General, 1895-1961 (U.S. army officer who played a major role in planning "D" Day, and was U.S. Ambassador in Moscow from 1946-1949)
  • Smith, Winifred, Miss (of the Canterbury Weavers and Jewellery Shop)
  • Soden, Helen, Ms.
  • Soldatov, Alexander, Mr. (Soviet Ambassador)
  • Solovieva, Tamara, Ms. (from Moscow)
  • Somerset, Henry Hugh Arthur FitzRoy, 10th Duke of Beaufort, 1900-1984
  • Song, Qingling USE Sun, Yat-sen, Mme, 1893-1981 (China Defence League- Song, Qingling)
  • Soper, Donald Oliver, Baron Soper of Kinsway, 1903-1998 (superintendent of West London Mission)
  • Sopwith, Mrs. (wife of Archdeacon Sopwith)
  • Sopwith, Thomas Karl, Archdeacon, d. 1945.
  • Sovetskii komitet zashchity mira (Soviet Peace Committee)
  • Specht, Harry G., Mr. (Vice-president of Eastwood-Nealley Corporation)
  • Spellman, Francis, Cardinal, 1889-1967 (Catholic Archbishop of New York from 1939)
  • Spencer, Fleming W., Mr.
  • Spencer, George, Mr.
  • Spencer-Churchill, Clementine, Lady, 1885-1977
  • Spens, Mr. (member of the Standing Committee of the King's School Governors) USE Spens, Will(iam), Sir, 1882-1962 (Master of Corpus Christi, Cambridge, 1927-1952; member of the Standing Committee of the King's School Governors)
  • Spens, Will(iam), Sir, 1882-1962 (Master of Corpus Christi, Cambridge, 1927-1952; member of the Standing Committee of the King's School Governors)
  • Spinks, Mr. (clerk of works, Canterbury Cathedral)
  • Spofford, William Benjamin ("Bill"), Revd. (Episcopalian, editor of "The Witness", and secretary of the Church League for Industrial Democracy)
  • Spooner, Henry Maxwell, Mr. (Archdeacon of Maidstone)
  • Spooner, Ruth, Miss (daughter of Archdeacon Spooner)
  • Springer, M.R., Mr. (Honorary Secretary of the Agudas Israel World Organisation)
  • Staacke, C. Adolphus, Mr. (Chairman of the Philological Association of Approved Language Masters)
  • Stacey, Charles, Lloyd, Mr. (Hewlett Johnson's nephew, son of his sister Edith)
  • Stacey, Christopher
  • Stalin, Joseph, Mr.,1879-1953( Soviet statesman, General Secretary of the Communist Party of the USSR born Iosif Vissarionovich Dzhugashvili)
  • Stamford, Lord (of Dunham Massey)
  • Standen, Canon
  • Stanford, Major (of 'Friends of Canterbury Cathedral')
  • Stanhope-Lovell, W., Mr.
  • Staple, David, Mr.
  • Staple, R., Revd. (Canterbury Cathedral Precentor until May 1937 and then rector of Harrietsham)
  • Stapleton, Thomas,Dr.
  • Stapley, C. G., Revd. (St. Augustine's College, Canterbury)
  • Starr, Elisabeth, Miss
  • Stead, Miss (tenant of 51, Palace Street)
  • Steed, R. H. C., Mr.
  • Steele, J. W., Mr.
  • Steel Maitland, Arthur, Sir (Chairman of the Committee for the Memorial to Lord Milner in Canterbury Cathedral) USE Maitland, Arthur Herbert Drummond Ramsay-Steel- , Sir, 1876-1935 (Conservative Minister of Labour in Baldwin's government, 1924-30)
  • Steinbeck, John, Mr., 1902-1968
  • Steiner, Rudolf, Herr, 1861-1925 (Austrian philosopher, literary scholar, educator, artist, playwright, social thinker)
  • Stenton, F. M., Prof. (President of the Royal Historical Society)
  • Stephenson, C. N., Mr. (lessee of Burgate 21A)
  • Stevens, A. M., Mr.
  • Stevens, J. H. , Mr. (of Chile)
  • Stevens, I. H. K., Dr. (Chairman of the British Medical Association)
  • Stevenson, Leonard, Mr.
  • Steward, Mauriel, E., Mrs.
  • Stewart, A. Marie, Ms.
  • Stewart, Mrs.
  • Stiff, J., Mrs.
  • Stockdale, A., Mr.
  • Stockton, Thomas H. (Editor of the Christian world, 1940)
  • Stockwood, Mervyn, 1913-1995 (Anglican Bishop of Southwark from 1959 to 1980)
  • Stone, Alfred, Mr.
  • Stotijn, H., Mr. (Secretary of the Netherlands' Peace Council)
  • Store, J. T., Mr.
  • Stover, Fred W., Mr. (President of the Iowa Farmers' Union and co-chairman of the National Progressive Party in the U.S.A.)
  • Strabolgi, Joseph Montague Kenworthy, Baron, 1886-1953
  • Strachan Rogers, E., Dr.
  • Stratton, Arthur, Mr. (from Canada)
  • Strauss, Henry George, Baron Conesford, 1892-1974 (lawyer and politician)
  • Street, Mr. (Canterbury Cathedral Bedesman)
  • Street, Mr. (plumber and painter)
  • Street, Jessie, Mrs., 1889-1970 (Australian peace campaigner born Jessie Lillingston)
  • Stringer, Mr. (Canterbury Cathedral Chapter tenant)
  • Stringfellow, William, Mr.
  • Strong, Anna Louise, Miss, 1885-1970 (American socialist and pacifist)
  • Strutt, Archdeacon
  • Stuart, Douglas Stewart, Mr.
  • Stubbs, J. P., Revd.
  • Sturgis, David, Mr. (President of the Universalism, the American Cooperative System)
  • Sugden, Miss
  • Sullivan, Alan, Mr. (of Pluckley)
  • Summers, Cyril, Revd.
  • Summers, Douglas George, Mr.
  • Summerskill, Edith Clara, Baroness Summerskill, 1901-1980 (medical practitioner and politician)
  • Sun, Yat-sen, 1866-1925
  • Sun, Yat-sen, Mme, 1893-1981 (China Defence League- Song, Qingling)
  • Sutton, George E., Mr.
  • Swan, R. M., Mr. (Rector of Kingsnorth)
  • Swanwick, Helena (Lucy Maria) Swanwick, Mrs. 1864-1939 (British Suffrage worker and pacifist, daughter of artist and cartoonist Oswald Sickert)
  • Symington, Muriel, I., Miss
  • Sylvester, A. J., Mr. (secretary to Prime Minster Lloyd George)
  • Symonds, W. H., Revd. (Vicar of Seasalter)
  • Sweet, Lenning, Mr., 1893-1973
  • Swift, J. M., Revd. (of Garston Parish Church)
  • T.
  • T. R. L.
  • Tagore, Rabrindranath, Mr., 1861-1941( Bengali poet, Brahmo religionist, visual artist, playwright, novelist, and composer)
  • Tait, Archibald Campbell, Revd., 1811-1882 (Archbishop of Canterbury)
  • Talbot, Eva, the Hon. Mrs. (wife of Colonel the Hon. Milo George Talbot, d. 1931)
  • Talbot, Neville, S., Revd. (Dean at St. Mary's vicarage in Nottingham)
  • Tapper, Michael, Sir (architect, son of Sir Walter Tapper)
  • Tapper, Walter, Sir
  • Tarbuck, E. R., Revd.
  • Tatlow, Tissington, Revd., D.D.
  • Tattershall, Stanley, R., Mr.
  • Tawney, R. H. (Richard Henry), Mr., 1880-1962 (Historian and political thinker)
  • Tayler, Robert, Master (Choir School pupil winning a King's School scholarship)
  • Taylor, A. J. P., (Alan John Percivale), Mr., 1906-1990
  • Taylor, Arthur, Mr. (brother of Mary Johnson, nee Taylor)
  • Taylor, Mrs. (mother of Hewlett Johnson's first wife, Mary)
  • Taylor Edmund, C., Mr.
  • Taylor, F. H., Sergeant
  • Taylor, Isaac (Honorary Secretary of Advisory Committee for Additions to Churches and their Ornaments)
  • Taylor, Frederick, Mr. (Hewlett Johnson's father-in-law)
  • Taylor, Master (Choir School pupil winning a King's School scholarship) USE Tayler, Robert, Master (Choir School pupil winning a King's School scholarship)
  • Taylor, Ted, Mr.
  • Taylor, W. E., Mr. (of Liverpool)
  • Telford, Lyle James, Dr. 1889-1960 (mayor of Vancouver, British Columbia, 1939-1940 and a founder of the British Columbia branch of the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation (CCF))
  • Tempest, E. V., Mr. (Chairman of the Society for Cultural Relations between the peoples of the British commonwealth and the U.S.S.R., Bradford Branch)
  • Temple, Frances, Mrs. (wife of William Temple, Archbishop of York and Canterbury)
  • Temple, Francis (President of Manchester Diocesan Girls' Friendly Society)
  • Temple, L. R., Mr.
  • Temple, William, Archbishop, 1881-1944
  • Thackray, S., Mr. (bell-ringer and father of a pupil at the Canterbury Cathedral Choir School) USE Thackray, S., Mr. (bell-ringer, bedesman, and father of a pupil at the Canterbury Cathedral Choir School)
  • Thackray, S., Mr. (bell-ringer, bedesman, and father of a pupil at the Canterbury Cathedral Choir School)
  • Thackray, Miss
  • Thelin, G ? (International Labour Office, Geneva)
  • Thiel, T. E., Mr. (N.A.S.M.A., Medway Towns Branch)
  • Thirst, Mrs.
  • Thomas, a Becket, Saint, 1118?-1170
  • Thomas, Bryn, Dr. (Ascension Vicarage London, unfrocked Anglican priest)
  • Thomas, Cecil, Mr.
  • Thomas, Godfrey, Sir
  • Thomas, J. H., Mr., (Member of Parliament)
  • Thomas, William, B., Dr.
  • Thompson, E., Revd. (Vicar of Paddock Wood)
  • Thompson, Gerald A., Canon (vicar of St. Gregory-the-Great) USE Thompson, Gerald A., Canon, d.1939 (vicar of St. Gregory-the-Great)
  • Thompson, Gerald A., Canon, d.1939 (vicar of St. Gregory-the-Great)
  • Thompson, Hewlett, Mr. (Hewlett Johnson's godson)
  • Thompson, John B., Revd. (Dean of Rockefeller Chapel, University of Chicago)
  • Thompson, P. Gilchrist, Mr.(Lovat Dickson Limited, publisher)
  • Thompson-Prichard, G., Mr. (of New Zealand)
  • Thomson, J. E., Revd.
  • Thorndike, (Agnes) Sybil, Dame, 1882-1976 (wife of Sir Lewis Casson)
  • Thornton, Hugh C., Mr. (Secretary of the Milner Memorial Committee)
  • Thorpe, Jeremy (John), Mr., 1929- (leader of the British Liberal Party 1967-76)
  • Thoseby, W.M., Mrs. (Steward of the Friends of Canterbury Cathedral)
  • Tikhvinsky, Sergei, Dr. (Soviet Embassy)
  • Tilley, Mr.
  • Tilley, Marion, Mrs.
  • Timasheff, Nicholas S. (Nicholas Sergeyevitch), Mr., 1886-1970
  • Tindall, Mrs.
  • Ting, K.H. Bishop, b.1904 (Nanking Union Theological Seminary)
  • Todd, Judith, Miss (Secretary of the Society for Cultural Relations between the peoples of the British commonwealth and the U.S.S.R.)
  • Todd, Oliver J., Major (American born Chief Engineer of C.I.F.R.C)
  • Todd, Robert, Mr. (antique furniture dealer)
  • Tooth, Arthur, Fr., 1839-1931
  • Tophill, Reginald, Mr. (Lay Clerk at Canterbury Cathedral; Chapter agent from 1940)
  • Tomsk, Professor
  • Tomvall, Gustav, Mr.
  • Tong, R., Mr. (King's School Master)
  • Tonki, Aziz, Mr.
  • Tonki, S. M., Mr. (from Bereilly prison, Uttar Pradesh, India)
  • Topewell, Marian, Mrs.
  • Tower, Reginald, Sir, d.1939 (president of Kent Archaeological Society)
  • Townend, W., Mr. (lessee of Precincts 11A)
  • Townsend, Peter, Mr. (from Shanghai)
  • Townsend, William, Mr.
  • Toynbee, Arnold Joseph, Professor, 1889-1975 (historian)
  • Tran-Viet-Dung, Mr. (Ho-Chi-Minh's representative)
  • Tranter, A. C., Revd. (vicar of Runnemede)
  • Treble, Mrs.
  • Treen, Gilbert, Major
  • Trevelyan, Charles Philips, Sir, 1870-1958 (younger brother of the Historian George Macaulay Trevelyan)
  • Tristram, Eileen, Mrs. (wife of Prof. Ernest William Tristram)
  • Tristram, Ernest William, Professor, 1882-1952 (English medievalist art historian)
  • Tritton, Robert, Mr. (well known collector and owner of Godmersham Park from 1935)
  • Tritton, Elsie, Mrs.
  • Trobridge, Arthur, Mr.
  • Trueman, Brian, W., Mr. (member of the Progressive Workers' Music Association)
  • Tseng Sheng, Mr. (Vice Governor of Kwangtung and Mayor of Canton in 1964)
  • Tsao, Mr. (Party Secretary of the Liushiho Power Station in 1964)
  • Tucker, Alfred, Mr.
  • Tuke, J. E., Mr.
  • Turner, John, C., Mr. (Imperial Chaplain, Episcopal Church of the Advent, Birmingham, Alabama)
  • Turner, Sarah Pearson, Mrs. (wife of Revd. Turner)
  • Turner, William S, Revd. (Canon of Trinity Church, New Orleans)
  • Turquand, F. James, Mr.
  • Turquand, Fred Jas, Mr.
  • Tyler, Mr. (Canterbury Cathedral sub-librarian)
  • Ulmer, Herbert David, Mrs. (of Denver, Colorado)
  • Ulrica
  • Underhill, Evelyn, Ms.
  • Underhill, Francis, Revd. Dr. (Dean of Rochester)
  • Unkles, Bailie W. S., Mr. (Chairman of N.A.S.M.A., Glasgow)
  • Unwin, Nora Spicer, Miss, 1907-1982 (wood engraver and illustrator)
  • Unwin, Stanley, Sir (of George Allen and Unwin Ltd, Publishers)
  • van Horn Moseley, George, General (retired U.S. Army general, Companion fo the Order of the Bath) USE Moseley, George Van Horn , General, 1874-1960 (U.S. Army general)
  • Vane, Master (a boy in the King's School)
  • Vane, Mrs. (mother of Master Vane)
  • Vane-Tempest-Stewart, Edith, Marchioness of Londonderry, 1878-1959 (Irish feminist and political hostess who founded the Women's Legion during the 1st World War)
  • Vane-Tempest-Stewart, Charles Stewart Henry, 7th Marquess of Londonderry, 1878-1949
  • VanSittart Howard, W., Captain
  • Vasutinski, B., Mr.
  • Vaughan Williams, Ralph, Mr., 1872-1958 (composer)
  • Vazgen I, Catholicos of Armenia, 1908-1994 (born Levon Garabed Baljian, Catholicos from 1955-1994)
  • Venner, Sydney G., Mr.
  • Verlin, Hilda, Mrs. (Irish-Soviet Friendship Society, Dublin)
  • Vigor, Estel, Miss
  • Vince, John, M., Revd. (Precentor, Precincts, Canterbury)
  • Vincent, Augustus, Mr. (member of the British Soviet Friendship)
  • Vivian-Davies, G., Mr. (candidate for Parker Exhibitions)
  • Vokrouhlicky, Zbynek, Mr. (President of the International Union of Students, Prague)
  • Von Albert, Peter, Dr. (chairman of the Austrian Youth Association)
  • Vowles, Hugh P., Mr.
  • Vysohlid, Vaclav, Mr. (of Prague)
  • W., Elizabeth, Mrs.
  • W., Sam, Mr.
  • Wace, Henry, Revd., 1836-1924 (Principal of King's College London and Dean of Canterbury)
  • Waddam, Canon
  • Waddam, Mrs.
  • Waddams, Herbert, Mr.
  • Wade, Cyril, Mr.
  • Wadsworth, A. P., Mr.
  • Wainwright, F., Mr.
  • Wainwright, William, Mr., 1908-2000 (Assistant Editor of the Daily Worker, and Assistant General Secretary of the British Communist Party from 1956)
  • Waker, Mr.
  • Waker, W. J., Revd. (from the Industrial Christian Fellowship)
  • Walford, R., Mr. (of the Amalgamated Union of Building Trade Workers)
  • Walker, Leonard, Mr. (stained glass artist)
  • Walker, Philip C, Mr.
  • Wallace, Henry Agard, Mr., 1888-1965 (US statesman, vice president, 1941-45)
  • Wallbank, Alice M., Miss
  • Wallis, Leslie, F., Mr.
  • Walls, Lynn, Ms.
  • Walpole, Hugh Seymour, Sir, 1884-1941 (New Zealand born novelist)
  • Walsh, Warren B. (Warren Bartlett), Professor, 1909-1979
  • Walters, H. J., Mr. (Rector of Gateshead-Fell)
  • Walton, E., Mr. (of 40 St. Peter's Grove, Canterbury)
  • Walton, W., Mr.
  • Wang Li-fu, Mr. (Deputy Secretary-General of the People's Council of Chekiang Province, 1964)
  • Wang Tzu-ta, Mr. (Mayor of Hangchow in 1964)
  • Wang Tzu-ta, Mrs.
  • Wanstall, Douglas T. A., Revd., R. N. (chaplain of the H.M.S. Kent)
  • Ward, A. Wayman, Revd. (Bethel Methodist Church A.M.E.)
  • Ward, Charles, Mr. (of Shanghai)
  • Ward, H. E., Mr. (Curate of Hawkhurst)
  • Ward, Harry F., Mr.
  • Ward, Irene Mary Bewick, Baroness Ward of North Tyneside, 1895-1980
  • Ward, William, Mr. (Honorary Director of the League to Abolish poverty)
  • Warde, Charles, Sir (Colonel and M.P. whose brother Henry Murray Ashley Warde became Chief Constable of Kent, 1895-1921)
  • Warde, Henry Murray Ashley,Lieutenant-Colonel, 1850–1940 (brother
  • Wahed, S. A., Mr.
  • Waring, S. J., Mr.
  • Warman, Frederic Sumpter Guy, Revd., 1872-1953 (Bishop of Chelmsford in 1923-1929, Bishop of Manchester in 1929-1947)
  • Warnes, A. R., Mr.
  • Warnes, Mr.
  • Warren, Frederick, J., Captain (of the Merchant Navy)
  • Warren, G.E., Mr. (Honorary Secretary of the Ambulance for Spain Committee - Southend-on-Sea & District)
  • Washer, A., Mr.
  • Watkins, K. W., Mr. (Secretary of the Student Labour Federation)
  • Watson, Mr.
  • Watson, Mathewson, Mr.
  • Watson-Jones, R. (Reginald), Sir, 1902-1972 (orthopaedic surgeon and member of the War Wounds Committee of the Medical Research Council)
  • Watts, Etienne, Revd. (Rector of all Saint's Church, Manchester)
  • Watts, J. A., Mr. (Lancaster Guardian Series)
  • Watts, T. A., Mr. (candidate for Parker Exhibitions)
  • Waugh, Miss (tenant of Forrens 1)
  • Weatherhead, L. D., Dr.
  • Webb (Martha) Beatrice, Mrs., 1858-1943 (social reformer and diarist born Beatrice Potter)
  • Webb, Sidney [James], 1st Baron Passfield, 1859-1947 (Writer on sociology and political reform)
  • Weeks, Mr. (Canterbury Cathedral mason)
  • Welch, J. W., Revd. Dr. (B.B.C. Director of Religious Education)
  • Welch, Mr. (Canterbury Cathedral mason)
  • Well-Hansen, L. H., Captain
  • Wentz, Herbert, B., Mr.
  • West, A. A., Mr.
  • West, T, Mr.
  • Westcott, George, Lt-Col (Mayor of Manchester in 1928-29)
  • Weston, E. A., Mr.
  • Weston, J., Rear Admiral
  • Westwood, Barry, Mr. b. 1927 (Presenter and producer at Southern Television ,1959-1981 who interviewed Hewlett Johnson)
  • Westwood, Russell, Mr.
  • Wetherhead, Leslie, Revd. Dr. (Methodist Minister?)
  • Whately, (Mary) Monica, Ms., 1889-1960 (campaigner for women's rights and civil liberties)
  • White, Cynthia, M. E., Ms.
  • White, Eliot, Revd. (Anglican Diocese, Episcopal Church, New York)
  • White, G., Mr. (Director of Art at the Arts Council of Great Britain)
  • White, H. F., Mr.
  • White, John Baker, Mr., 1920-1988 (anti-communist and anti-socialist activist who was Conservative MP for Canterbury, 1945-53)
  • White, Margaret, M., Ms.
  • White, Robert, Mr.
  • White-Thompson, Chaplain
  • Whitefoord, Benjamin, Revd. (Theological College, Salisbury)
  • Whittenburg, G. V., Mr.
  • Whittick, Frank, Wm., Mr.
  • Whittingham, Walter Godfrey, Revd. Dr. (Bishop of St. Edmundsbury and Ipswich, 1923-1940)
  • Whiting, Gordon, E., Mr. (National Institute of Industrial Psychology, London)
  • Whorlow, Canon, d. 1937 (canon at Canterbury Cathedral)
  • Whorlow, Mrs. (wife of Canon Whorlow)
  • Whyley, G. A., Mr. (National Assistance Board)
  • Widgery, Alban, G., Mr. (of Duke University, Durham, USA)
  • Wiblin, J. G., Mr. (of Oxford) USE Wiblin, J. G., Mr. (Hewlett Johnson's second cousin)
  • Wickmann, Mr.
  • Wiechmann Murphy, Alberto, Mr. (Chilean Chargé d'Affaires in Berlin)
  • Wightwick, N. H., Mr.
  • Wigram, Clive, 1st Baron Wigram, 1873-1960 (Private Secretary to the Sovereign, 1931-1936)
  • Wilberforce, Canon
  • Wild, J. H. S., Revd. (dean of Durham in 1961)
  • Wilkinson, Ellen, Miss
  • Wilkinson, F. H., Revd. (Bishop of Toronto)
  • Wilkinson Fox, D., Rev. (of Harrington Rectory, Spilby, Lincolnshire)
  • Willan, W. S., Mr. (architect)
  • Williams, Carl, G., Mr. (proprietor of Cambrian Hotel, Neath)
  • Williams, Charles Walter Stansby, Mr., 1886-1945 (writer on literature and theology)
  • Williams, Claude, Mr. (of Alabama, USA)
  • Williams, Becket, Mr.
  • Williams, Dorothea, Mrs.
  • Williams, Ferguson, Mr.
  • Williams, Frank Garfield Hodder, Revd. c.1882-1960
  • Williams, Garfield, Revd. Dr. (Dean of Manchester)
  • Williams, Gerald, T., Revd. (Rectory, Willesborough, Ashford)
  • Williams, J. S., Dr. (Archpriest, Indian National Church)
  • Williams, Leonard, Mr.
  • Williams, M. Irvine, Mr. (lessee of Burgate 18)
  • Williams, Oscar, Mr.
  • Williams, R. Vaughan, Mr.
  • Williams, V. H., Mr. (Vicar's Warden, Stone-in-Oxney)
  • Williamson, Catherine Ellis, Mrs., c.1887-1977 (Canterbury's first woman mayor, from 1938-1940)
  • Williamson, Elizabeth, Miss (perhaps the daughter of Catherine Williamson, mayor of Canterbury?)
  • Williamson, John, Mr.
  • Williamson, Silas, Mr.
  • Willis, Henry, Mr.
  • Willmot, Philip Edward, Mr.
  • Willoughby, K. A., Miss (Secretary of the National Council of Social Service)
  • Wilmot, Darwin, Mr. (former schoolfriend of Johnson)
  • Wilson, Alexander, C., Mr.
  • Wilson, C. E., Colonel
  • Wilson, Craig H., Mr. (of Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA)
  • Wilson, H., Mr.
  • Wilson, J. V., Revd.
  • Wilson, R. Mercer, Revd.
  • Wilson of Rievaulx, James Harold Wilson, Baron, 1916-1995 (British Labour Prime Minister, 1964-1970, 1974-1976)
  • Windsor, Edward, Duke of, 1894-1972
  • Windsor, Henry William Frederick Albert, Prince (1900-1974, Duke of Gloucester)
  • Wing, H. R., Mr.
  • Winstanley, E. W., Revd. Prebendary
  • Wintringham, Tom, Mr. 1898-1949 (journalist and communist activist)
  • Wise, A. R., Major ( Conservative M.P. for Smethwick)
  • Wood, A., Dr.
  • Wood, H. W., Mr.
  • Wood, Mr. (Canterbury Cathedral vesturer)
  • Wood, Sidney, Revd.(incumbent at Christ Church, Canterbury, Scotstown)
  • Woodhams, Ella, M., Mrs.
  • Woddams, Herbert, Mr.
  • Woodhead, Lewis, Mr.
  • Woodruff, Mr.
  • Woods, Edward Sydney, Revd., 1877-1953 (Bishop of Croydon, 1930-37)
  • Woods, Jacqueline, Mrs.
  • Woods, Mr.
  • Woollatt, Mrs., d.1939
  • Woosnam, C. M. , Mr. (of St. Margaret's Vicarage, Altrincham)
  • Worsley, Cyril, Mr. (designer)
  • Worthington, Huber, Mr. (cabinet-maker)
  • Wragg, R., Mr. (1st Battalion, the Buffs)
  • Wraight, Mrs. (Tudor Hairdressing Saloon, Herne)
  • Wratten, S. G., Mrs.
  • Wright, C. J., Mr.
  • Wright, David F., Revd. (Vicar of Sopley)
  • Wright, G, Miss
  • Wright, William Joseph, Revd. (curate at All Saints', Croydon and subsequently incumbent at Lower Halstow)
  • Wright, W. Tom M., Mr.
  • Wykeham-Musgrave, F., Mr.
  • Wyndham, Sir
  • Yakolev, Vladimir, Mr. (Vice-President of VOKS)
  • Yates, Annie, Miss
  • Yeats, J., Mr.
  • Yeh, Chu¨n-chien, Mr. (Chinese author and assistant editor of "Chinese Literature", now known as Ye, Junjian)
  • Yen, Chuang (Office of the Charge d'Affaires of the People's Republic of China, London)
  • Young, J. H. B., Mr. (Canterbury Cathedral auditor)
  • Younger, Robert, Baron Blanesburgh, 1861-1946 (judge)
  • Younghusband-Watson, Mrs.
  • Ypres, Lord USE French, John Richard Lowndes, 2nd Earl of Ypres, 1881-1958
  • Zarubin, Georgi, Mr. (Soviet Ambassador)
  • Zhou, Enlai, Mr., 1898-1976 (Chinese Communist statesman formerly known as Chou En-lai)
  • Zhou, Enlai, Mrs. (wife of the Communist leader formerly known as Chou En-lai)
  • Zilliacus, Konni , Mr., 1894-1967 (left-wing Labour Party politician)
  • Zucher, Alfred, G., Mr.

 

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