1. Isaac Newton - Physicist and Mathematician.
2. Charles Darwin - Biologist.
3. Joseph Lister - Medical Doctor. Father of antiseptics.
4. William Shakespeare - Playwright and Poet.
5. Edward Jenner - Doctor. Father of Immunology.
6. Elizabeth I - English Virgin queen.
7. George Stephenson - Inventor/Railway Engineer. Built the Rocket.
8. Charles Babbage - Early Computer pioneer.
9. Francis Crick - Physicist. Co-responsible for unraveling double helix structure of DNA.
10. Michael Faraday - Physicist/Inventor responsible for understanding of Electromagnetic Induction.
11. Winston Churchill - British Prime Minister, War Time leader, orator and historian.
12. John Locke - Empiricist Philosopher.
13. Alfred the Great - Saxon king who defeated the Vikings.
14. Francis Bacon - Philosopher, lawyer and writer.
15. William Wilberforce - Anti-slavery crusader.
16. Geoffery Chaucer - Diplomat and author.
17. William Harvey - Doctor. Analyzed the circulation system.
18. Anthony Ashley Cooper 7th Earl of Shaftesbury - Anti-child labour crusader.
19. Henry VIII - English King. Initiated the founding of the Church of England.
20. Queen Victoria - Queen during the height of British power.
21. John Stuart Mill - Philosopher and champion of liberty.
22. John I - English king who signed the Magna Carta.
23. Mary Wollstonecraft - Philosopher/writer. Champion of women's rights.
24. John Wycliffe - Early church reformer. Translated the bible in to English.
25. Thomas Hobbes - Philosopher and critic of society.
26. Edward Coke - Prominent figure in the development of English Common Law.
27. Walter Raleigh - Explorer/Historian. Helped set up Early colonies in North America.
28. James Cook - Explorer and long term voyager.
29. Charles Dickens - Author.
30. Emmeline Pankhurst - Suffragette.
31. Thomas More - Religious figure, writer and philosopher.
32. Elizabeth Fry - Prison reformer.
33. Horatio Nelson - Navy Admiral. Battle Hero.
34. William Caxton - First English Printer.
35. John Maynard Keynes - Economist - championed government intervention.
36. William the Conqueror - King, military leader and administrator. Last person to conqueror England (Really French Norman)
37. Duke of Marlborough - General.
38. Oliver Cromwell - Military leader and Politician.
39. Francis Drake - Naval leader and pirate.
40. Thomas Paine - Philosopher and writer.
41. The Beatles - Greatest Pop Group ever.
42. John Harrison - Inventor. Built device to calculate longitude.
43. Alexander Pope - Philosopher/writer.
44. Bertrand Russell - Philosopher/mathematician and pacifist.
45. Henry Cavendish - Physicist/Chemist. Measured Universal Gravitation Constant (G)
46. Jeremy Bentham - Utilitarian philosopher.
47. Roger Bacon - Early scientist.
48. Alan Turing - Code breaker and Thinking Machine designer.
49. John Dalton - Chemist.
50. Edward I - English king/Military figure.
51. Robert Walpole - First English Prime Minister.
52. Richard the Lionheart - King and Crusader.
53. William Gladstone - Four time Prime Minister.
54. Frank Whittle - Jet Engine inventor.
55. Boadicea - Ancient Queen. Led rebellion against Romans.
56. Christopher Wren - Architect. Rebuilt London after Great Fire.
57. Paul Dirac - Physicist. Renowned for work in Quantum Mechanics.
58. Richard Trevithick - Engineer/Inventor. Built steam carriage.
59. Wat Tyler - Peasant rebellion leader.
60. Benjamin Disraeli - Prime Minister. Bought the Suez Canal for Britain.
61. Thomas a Becket - Archbishop of Canterbury. Opponent of Henry II..
62. James Brindley - Blind Industrial Revolution road engineer and canal builder.
63. Frederick Sanger - Chemist, Two time Nobel Prize winner.
64. Thomas Young - Physicist. Known for work in Optics (Interference/Diffraction)
65. William Gilbert - Physicist/Physician. Spoke about the magnetic nature of the Earth.
66. Isambard Kingdom Brunel - Engineer and ship builder.
67. Florence Nightingale - Mother of the Nursing Profession.
68. Robert Clive - English soldier. Conqueror of India.
69. Ronald Ross - Physician. Discovered malaria parasite.
70. Thomas Malthus - Philosopher/Population Scientist.
71. Stephen Hawking - Physicist/popular chronicler of cosmology.
72. George III - English King ruled for 60 years. Including the periods of the American and French Revolutions.
73. James Hargreaves - Inventor of the Spinning Jenny. Revolutionized textile industry.
74. Jane Austen - Author.
75. John Speke - Explorer. Famous for discoveries in Africa.
76. Edward Gibbon - Historian of the Roman Empire.
77. Francis Walsingham - Politician and Elizabethan back room figure. Founder of Secret Service.
78. Thomas Cranmer - Protestant martyr. Archbishop of Canterbury.
79. Hugh Latimer/Nicholas Ridley - Protestant martyrs.
80. Robert Blake - English Naval leader.
81. Thomas Newcomen - Steam Engine developer.
82. Robert Hooke - Physicist/Chemist. Known for work on elasticity.
83. Henry II - English king whose powers extended extensively into France.
84. John Ray - Naturalist.
85. Henry Hudson - Explorer of North America.
86. Neville Barnes Wallis - Inventor of Bouncing bomb used in Dambuster raid.
87.Margaret Thatcher - British Prime Minister and Privatization advocate.
88. Mary I - Catholic Queen. Bloody Mary.
89. Henry V - English king. Victor at the Battle of Agincourt.
90. Howard Carter - Discoverer of 'Tut's' tomb.
91. Alfred Hitchcock - Movie Director/writer.
92. Edmond Halley - Astronomer. Influenced Newton to write Principia.
93. William Dampier - Explorer of Oceanic region.
94. Henry I - English king in Early Norman occupation. A literate monarch.
95. Jethro Tull - Agricultural Inventor.
96. James Jeans - Astronomer/Cosmologist.
97. Ernest Shackleton - Antarctica explorer.
98. Joseph John Thomson - Physicist. Known for his work with electrons.
99. Arthur Evans - Archaeologist.
100. William Blake - Poet and Artist.