Discover the notable alumni of Trinity College, Oxford. The list includes people like Muhammad Ali Jinnah, William Pitt, 1st Earl of Chatham, Richard Francis Burton, Henry Moseley & Lord North. This list of notable alumni is loosely sorted by popularity and has people from different domains of life, such as writers, leaders, miscellaneous, media personalities and activists etc.
Richard Francis BurtonRichard Francis Burton
19 March 1821, British
William Pitt, 1st Earl of ChathamWilliam Pitt, 1st Earl of Chatham
15 November 1708, British
The Great Commoner

Lord NorthLord North
13 April 1732, British

Henry MoseleyHenry Moseley
23 November 1887, British

Philippe of BelgiumPhilippe of Belgium
15 April 1960, Belgian
King of Belgium

Jeremy ThorpeJeremy Thorpe
29 April 1929, British
Terence RattiganTerence Rattigan
10 June 1911, British

Ross McWhirterRoss McWhirter
12 August 1925, British
Writer, Presenter, Journalist

A. V. DiceyA. V. Dicey
04 February 1835, British
Spencer Compton, Earl of WilmingtonSpencer Compton, Earl of Wilmington
1673 AD, British

Norris McWhirterNorris McWhirter
12 August 1925, British
Anthony CroslandAnthony Crosland
29 August 1918, British

Henry IretonHenry Ireton
1611 AD, British

Noel Godfrey ChavasseNoel Godfrey Chavasse
09 November 1884, British
Military physician, Athletics competitor

George ButterworthGeorge Butterworth
12 July 1885, British
Composer, Musicologist

John AubreyJohn Aubrey
12 March 1626, British
Walter Savage LandorWalter Savage Landor
30 January 1775, British

Laurence BinyonLaurence Binyon
10 August 1869, British
Librarian, Art historian, Author, University

Peter WildebloodPeter Wildeblood
19 May 1923, Canadian, British

Joyce CaryJoyce Cary
07 December 1888, Irish
Marmaduke Hussey, Baron Hussey of North BradleyMarmaduke Hussey, Baron Hussey of North Bradley
29 August 1923, British

William Legge, 2nd earl of DartmouthWilliam Legge, 2nd earl of Dartmouth
20 June 1731, British
British statesman
Edmund LudlowEdmund Ludlow
1617 AD, British

John Somers, 1st Baron SomersJohn Somers, 1st Baron Somers
04 March 1651, British

Bolaji AkinyemiBolaji Akinyemi
04 January 1942, Nigerian
Lionel ChetwyndLionel Chetwynd
29 January 1940, Canadian, British, American

William Lisle BowlesWilliam Lisle Bowles
24 September 1762, British
Eustace BudgellEustace Budgell
19 August 1686, British

John WalterJohn Walter
23 February 1776, British

Michael ThwaitesMichael Thwaites
30 May 1915, Australian
J. P. W. MallalieuJ. P. W. Mallalieu
18 June 1908, British

John BamptonJohn Bampton
1690 AD, British
Situated in the heart of the city of Oxford, Trinity College, the best education provider, was founded in 1555 by Sir Thomas Pope. The College not only attracts students from within the campus but mesmerizes the crowd from outside as well. The Chapel, Gardens, and Dining Hall of the Trinity College attract lots and lots of people to the campus. Besides excelling in education, the students of Trinity also outclass in all other socio-cultural activities. Joyce Cary, the well-known Irish Novelist, famous for his works like A House of Children (1941) and the novel Castle Corner (1938) studied at the Trinity College. Sir Terence Mervyn Rattigan, popularly known for his works as The Browning Version, The Deep Blue Sea and Separate Tables, After the Dance, was a prominent dramatist of the 20th century who studied at the Trinity College. His plays Heart to Heart, Ninety Years On, and All On Her Own were also filmed. Henry Moseley, the other alumni of the Trinity College excelled in his work by developing Moseley's law in X-ray spectra. He arranged the elements in the periodic table depending on their physics. Other famous alumni from the Trinity College Oxford include Peter Wildeblood, Kenneth Clark, Lionel Chetwynd, Sir John Sinclair, 1st Baronet. Keep scrolling and checkout the other alumni of the Trinity College.