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List of English people

Listed below are English people of note and of some notable individuals born in England.

Contents

  • Actors and actresses 1
  • Archaeologists and anthropologists 2
  • Architects 3
  • Artists 4
  • Broadcasters 5
  • Businessmen 6
  • Chefs 7
  • Clergy 8
  • Criminals 9
  • Conspirators 10
  • Economists 11
  • Engineers 12
  • Explorers 13
  • Filmmakers 14
  • Historians 15
  • Humourists 16
  • Inventors / engineers 17
  • Journalists / newsreaders 18
  • Military: soldiers/sailors/airmen 19
  • Monarchs 20
  • Musicians 21
  • Philosophers 22
  • Photographers 23
  • Politicians 24
  • Scientists 25
  • Sportsmen and sportswomen 26
  • Writers 27
  • Other notables 28
    • English expatriates 28.1
  • References 29
  • See also 30

Actors and actresses

Archaeologists and anthropologists

Architects

Artists

Broadcasters

Businessmen

Chefs

Clergy

Criminals

Conspirators

Economists

Engineers

Explorers

Filmmakers

Historians

Humourists

Inventors / engineers

Journalists / newsreaders

Military: soldiers/sailors/airmen

Monarchs

Musicians

Philosophers

Photographers

Politicians

Scientists

Sportsmen and sportswomen

Writers

Other notables

English expatriates

The following were born English, but changed nationality later in their life.

References

  1. ^ "'"Shipman 'killed early in career. BBC News. 27 January 2005. Retrieved 8 May 2010. 
  2. ^ Ron Jackson (17 January 2010). "Barney Aaron–Star of the East Shone in London". Richmark Sentinel. Retrieved 1 June 2010. 
  3. ^ Danny Caro (14 July 2009). "Team GB cricket fail to see the job through". The Jewish Chronicle. Retrieved 1 July 2010. 
  4. ^ a b c Who Was Who in America, Historical Volume, 1607–1896. Chicago: Marquis Who's Who. 1963. 

See also

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