The Right Honourable Andrew David Smith (born February 1, 1952, Reading) is a British politician for the Labour Party, and a former member of the Cabinet. ...more on Wikipedia about "Andrew Smith"
Damian Howard Green (born January 17, 1956) British politician He is the Conservative Member of Parliament for Ashford. ...more on Wikipedia about "Damian Green"
Daniel Blagrave ( 1603- 1668) was a prominent resident of the town of Reading, in the English county of Berkshire. He was Member of Parliament for the Parliamentary Borough of Reading over several periods between 1640 and 1660, and was also one of the signatories of King Charles I's death warrant. ...more on Wikipedia about "Daniel Blagrave"
Hastings Edward Harington ( 1832- 1861) was an English recipient of the Victoria Cross, the highest and most prestigious award for gallantry in the face of the enemy that can be awarded to British and Commonwealth forces. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hastings Edward Harington"
John Blagrave (c. 1561– 1611) was an English mathematician. He was probably born in the vicinity of Reading in 1561, to John and Anne Blagrave of Bulmershe Court near Sonning. He was educated at Reading School and St John's College, Oxford, although he never graduated from the latter. ...more on Wikipedia about "John Blagrave"
John Kendrick ( 1573– 1624) was a prosperous clothing merchant. He was born in Minster Street, Reading, Berkshire in 1573 and educated at Reading Free School (the forerunner of today's Reading School) and St John's College, Oxford. After University, he moved to London where he amassed a fortune in trade with the Netherlands. ...more on Wikipedia about "John Kendrick"
John Francis Hodgess Roper (born 10 September 1935), Lord Roper of Thorney Island. ...more on Wikipedia about "John Roper, Lord Roper of Thorney Island"
Mark Christopher Field (born October 6, 1964) British politician He is the Conservative Member of Parliament for the Cities of London and Westminster. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mark Field"
Michael Gordon Oldfield (born May 15, 1953 in Reading, England) is a multi-instrumentalist musician and composer, working a style that blends rock or progressive rock, New Age Music, ethnic or world music, and classical music. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mike Oldfield"
Oliver Heald (born December 15, 1954) British politician and barrister. He is Conservative Member of Parliament for Hertfordshire North East. He is both the Shadow Secretary of State for Constitutional Affairs and the Shadow Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster. ...more on Wikipedia about "Oliver Heald"
Reading School is a grammar school in the town of Reading, Berkshire, United Kingdom. It is a single-sex boys school, which selects all of its incoming students on the basis of examined ability, usually at age 11, with a few entrants at 13 and 16. It is state-funded, so there are no fees for day pupils and boarders only pay for food and lodgings, not schooling. ...more on Wikipedia about "Reading School"
Sir Thomas Noon Talfourd ( May 26, 1795 - March 13, 1854), was an English judge and author. ...more on Wikipedia about "Thomas Noon Talfourd"
William Laud ( October 7, 1573– January 10, 1645) was Archbishop of Canterbury and a fervent supporter of King Charles I of England, whom he encouraged to believe in divine right. His support for Charles, absolute monarchy, and his persecuting of opposing views led to his beheading in the midst of the English Civil War. The beheading of Charles occurred four years later. ...more on Wikipedia about "William Laud"
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