Notable Alumni

Listed alphabetically

See also People educated at Liverpool Institute High School for Boys on Wikipedia
 

Sir Frank Morrish BADDELEY C.MG. (1874 - 1966) Chief Secretary to the Government, Nigeria. Portrait in National Portrait Gallery.

Sir John BAGNALL (1888 - 1954)

Charles Glover BARKLA (1877 - 1944)

Colin Victor BALMER (1946 - )

Prof. James Peden BARBER (1931 - 2017) Prof. Political administration. Pro Vice-Chancellor, Open University. Master, Hatfield College, Durham University.

Dr. Sandy BRADBROOK (1945 - ) Serves as Interim Acting Chief Executive Officer and Director of Heart of Birmingham Primary Care Trust. Dr. Bradbrook began his career in industry before joining the NHS in 1985. He joined Wigan Health Authority as a District General Manager and ended as Chief Executive of the local NHS Trust, before becoming as a management consultant working particularly in primary care. In 2001, Dr Bradbrook was appointed as Chief Executive of Birmingham Children's Hospital, which subsequently progressed from one to three stars in successive years. Most recently, he was asked to undertake the role of Project Director of the Black Country Review, looking at all aspects of health and social care in the four Black Country boroughs. Now retired but still active as Chairman of the Children's University. Dr. Bradbrook is married to a rector in the Church of England; they have three children. Outside of work, he and his wife enjoy walking, particularly in the Lake District and the Alps.

Rae Gordon BRITTEN (1920 - ) Diplomatic Service.

Sir George Joseph BEAN (1915- 1973)

Sir Richard BURN C.S.I. (1871-1945) Distinguished Indologist. First editor of the School Magazine.
See also Wikipedia and in the Oct. 1938 and Feb. 1939 School Magazine Old Boys' Section.

Sir Samuel Rickard CHRISTOPHERS (1873 - 1978) Director London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.
See also Wikipedia and in the Feb. 1939 School Magazine Old Boys' Section.

Sir Albert James Macqueen CRAIG (1924 - 2017)

Sir Francis CHATILLON (1855- 1926)

Prof. John Davies EVANS (1925 - ) Archaeologist.

Sir Samuel John FORSTER (1873 - 1940)

Sir Frank Chalton FRANCIS (1901- 1988)

Sir Abraham Walter de FRECE (1870 - 1935)

Eric GLOVER (1935 - ) Banking.

Sir Henry T. HANCOCK (1877 1957)

David Michael HARRIS (1943 - ) QC & judge,

George HARRISON (1943 - 2001)

Glyn Tegai HUGHES (1923 - )

Sir Thomas HUGHES (1838 - 1923)

Sir Benjamin Sands JOHNSON (1865 - 1937)

Sir Thomas JONES (1870 - 1945)

His Honour John Edward JONES (1914 - ) Judge

Air Vice-Marshal John Maurice JONES (1931 - )

Sir Robert Ernest KELLY (1879 - 1940)

Sir Timothy R.A. KING CB, BSc, M.D, J.P. (1949 - ?) Vice President of Royal Council of Surgery. Member of General Medical Council. Introduced inter-tracheal anaesthesia into England, first to give a blood transfusion in Liverpool.
See also the Sep. 1939 School Magazine Old Boys' Section.

Sir Thomas Malcom KNOX (1900 - 1980)

Henry Lazarus LACHS (1927 - ) Judge

Walter Barrington LELLO (1931 - 2012)

Sir Ronald Fraser LODGE ( 1889 - 1960)

Sir Charles Frederick LUMB (1846 - 1911)

John McCABE (1939 - 2015)

Sir John Young Walker MacALISTER (1856 - 1925)
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Sir Donald MacALISTER (1854 - 1954)
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Sir James Paul McCARTNEY (1942 - )

Sir Herbert McDavid (1846 - 1911)

Sir Samuel MONTAGU (1832 - 1911) formerly Montagu SAMUEL, 1st Baron Swaythling

Stuart McDOWALL (1926 - )

Prof. Eric William MILLS (1920 - )

Sidney NORRIS (1937 - )

Steven John NORRIS (1945 - )

Sir David John OWEN (1874 - 1941) Author and various posts up to Director of the Port of London Authority.
See also the Aug. 1941 School Magazine Old Boys' Section.

Lord Ernest Ronald OXBURGH (1934 - ) Geologist & Geophysicist.

Sir Frederick Morton RADCLIFFE (1861 - 1953)

Sir Edward Herbert RITSON (1892 - 1981)

Sir David ROBERTS Co founder of the National Library of Wales.
See also the Feb. 1940 School Magazine Old Boys' Section.

John Arthur ROBERTS (1917 - )

Sir Henry Enfield ROSCOE (1833 - 1915) Chemist.
See also Wikipedia page.

Sir Archibald Tutton James SALVIDGE (1863 - 1928)
See also Wikipedia page.

Sir Charles SANTLEY (1834 - 1922)

Sir Edmund VESTEY (1866 - 1953)

Sir William VESTEY (1859 - 1940)

Sir Charles Cheers WAKEFIELD (1859 - 1941) 1st Baron W. of Hythe.

Sir Andrew Barclay WALKER (1824 - 1893)

Prof. Andrew John WALLARD (1945 - )

Sir Frederick Arthur WHITAKER (1893 - 1968)

Sir William Courthope WILSON (1865 - 1950)

Dr. Tony ZALIN (1942 - )

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