47 relations: Alison Kelly (art historian), Benjamin Ferrey, Cecily Hennessy, Charles Angell Bradford, Charles Roberts (priest), Charles Stuart (painter), Charmian Woodfield, David Grant Walker, David Griffiths (Archdeacon of Berkshire), E. Beresford Chancellor, Edward James Willson, Edward William Brabrook, Elias Owen (priest), Fortnum & Mason, Francis Egerton, 8th Earl of Bridgewater, George Grant Francis, Henry Andrade Harben, Henry Francis Pelham, Ian Anstruther, Jenny Jones, Baroness Jones of Moulsecoomb, Joan Liversidge, John Adey Repton, John Donaldson (agriculturalist), John Ecton, John Egerton, 7th Earl of Bridgewater, John Maddicott, John Nicholl (antiquary), John Strange (diplomat), John William Willis-Bund, John Yonge Akerman, Leonard William King, Lesley Lewis (art historian), Mabel Peacock, Malcolm Airs, Mary Cosh, Olga Tufnell, Philip Davies (architectural historian), Richard Herne Shepherd, Samuel Cheetham (priest), Sir John Smith, 1st Baronet, Tel Lachish, Warwick William Wroth, William Boys (surgeon), William George Black, William Gurney Benham, William Kent (historian of London), William White (architect).
Avery Alison Kelly, FSA, (17 October 1913 – 15 August 2016) was an English art historian who was an authority on Coade stone and Wedgwood pottery.
Benjamin Ferrey, FSA, FRIBA (1810 – 1880) was an English architect who worked mostly in the Gothic Revival.
Cecily Jane Hennessy, FSA, is programme director, Art and Collecting: Antiquity to Renaissance at Christie's Education in London.
Charles Angell Bradford (1864–1940) was a British writer and historian.
The Ven Charles Frederic Roberts MA, FSA was Archdeacon of St Asaph from 1935 to 1942.
Charles Stuart F.S.A. (1838–1907) was a prolific English still life and landscape painter who exhibited widely throughout the British Isles.
Charmian Woodfield BA DipArch FSA (1929-2014) was a British archaeologist.
David Grant Walker FSA FRHS (1923 - 20 December 2017) was a British historian of the University of Swansea and the former chancellor of Brecon Cathedral.
David Nigel Griffiths MA, FSA (29 October 1927 – 13 February 2012) was the Archdeacon of Berkshire from 1987 to 1992.
Edwin Beresford Chancellor FRHS FSA (1868 - 4 February 1937) was an English author known for his works on the history of London and it environs.
Edward James Willson, F.S.A., (1787–1854) was an English architect, antiquary, architectural writer, and mayor of Lincoln in 1851-2.
Sir Edward William Brabrook (1839–1930) C.B. F.S.A. was an English civil servant and author, and an anthropologist with a special interest in folklore.
Fortnum & Mason (colloquially often shortened to just "Fortnum's") is an upmarket department store in Piccadilly, London, with additional stores at St Pancras railway station and Heathrow Airport in London, as well as various stockists worldwide.
Francis Henry Egerton, 8th Earl of Bridgewater (11 November 1756 – 11 February 1829), FRS, FSA (1791), known as Francis Egerton until 1823, was a noted British eccentric from the Egerton family and supporter of natural theology.
George Grant Francis (1814–1882) was a Welsh antiquary and civic leader born in Swansea.
Henry Andrade Harben FSA (12 August 1849 - 18 August 1910) was a barrister, insurance company director, politician, and historian of London.
Henry Francis Pelham, FSA, FBA (10 September 1846 in Bergh Apton, Norfolk – 13 February 1907) was an English scholar and historian.
Sir Ian Fife Campbell Anstruther, of that Ilk, 8th Baronet of Balcaskie and 13th Baronet of Anstruther, Hereditary Carver of the Sovereign, Hereditary Master of the Royal Household in Scotland, Chief of the Name and Arms of Anstruther FSA (11 May 1922 – 29 July 2007) was a baronet twice over.
Jennifer Helen Jones, Baroness Jones of Moulsecoomb FSA (born 23 December 1949) is an English Eurosceptic politician and prominent member of the Green Party of England and Wales.
Joan Eileen Annie Liversidge FSA (May 1914 - 16 January 1984) was an English archaeologist who specialised in Roman Britain.
John Adey Repton (1775–1860) was an English architect.
John Donaldson (1799–1876) was Scottish agriculturalist, professor of Botany at the Royal Agricultural Training School, Hoddesdon, government land drainage surveyor, and author of prize essays works, best known as author of the 1854 Agricultural Biography.William White (1888) "John Donaldson F.S.A." in: Notes & Queries, 1888.
John Ecton (died 1730), was an English compiler.
John William Egerton, 7th Earl of Bridgewater FRS (14 April 1753 – 21 October 1823), known as John Egerton until 1803, was a British cavalry officer, and Tory politician who sat in the House of Commons from 1777 to 1803 when he succeeded to the peerage as Earl of Bridgewater.
John Robert Lewendon Maddicott, FBA, FSA (born 22 July 1943) is an English historian who has published works on the political and social history of England in the 13th and 14th centuries, and has also written a number of leading articles on the Anglo-Saxon economy, his second area of interest.
John Nicholl (1790–1871) was an antiquary who became a F.S.A. in 1843.
John Strange (1732–1799) was an English diplomat and author.
John William Bund Willis-Bund (8 August 1843 – 7 June 1928) was a British historian and local Worcestershire politician.
John Yonge Akerman (1806–1873) was an English antiquarian specializing mainly in numismatics.
Leonard William King, F.S.A. (8 December 1869 – 20 August 1919) was an English archaeologist and Assyriologist educated at Rugby School and King's College in Cambridge.
Lesley Lewis (née Lawrence; 8 March 1909 – 29 January 2010) was an English historian of art and architecture, whose research focused on the Georgian era.
Mabel Geraldine Woodruffe Peacock (9 May 1856– 17 July 1920) was an English folklorist.
Malcolm Russell Airs FSA FRHS (born March 1941) is emeritus professor of conservation and the historic environment at Kellogg College, University of Oxford.
Ethel Eleanor Mary Cosh, FSA, (born 3 March 1919) is an freelance journalist and local historian known for her works on the history of Islington, London.
Olga Tufnell (26 January 1905 – 11 April 1985) was a British archaeologist who assisted on the excavation of the ancient city of Lachish in the 1930s.
Philip Hugh Davies FSA FRHS FRAS (born August 1950) is a heritage and planning consultant and the former planning and development director for Historic England.
Richard Herne Shepherd (1842–1895) was an English bibliographer.
Samuel Cheetham, DD, FSA (3 March 1827 – 9 July 1908) was an eminent Anglican priest and author in the last quarter of the nineteenth century and the first decade of the twentieth.
Sir John Smith, 1st Baronet (1744 – 1807) was High Sheriff of Dorset in 1772 and the progenitor of the Smith-Marriott Baronetcy.
Tel Lachish (תל לכיש; Λαχις; Tel Lachis), is the site of an ancient Near East city, now an archaeological site and an Israeli national park.
Warwick William Wroth (24 August 1858 – 26 September 1911), F.S.A. was a numismatist and biographer.
William Boys (1735–1803) was an English surgeon and topographer.
William George Black (23 December 1857 – 21 December 1932) was a Scottish antiquary, lawyer and politician from Glasgow.
Sir William Gurney Benham, FSA, FRHS (16 February 1859 – 13 May 1944) was a newspaper editor, published author and three times Mayor of Colchester.
William Richard Gladstone Kent FSA (1884 - 9 May 1963) was an historian of London who wrote many books on the history of the city.
William White, FSA (1825–1900) was an English architect, noted for his part in 19th century Gothic Revival architecture and church restorations.