'Finches' can also refer to...

Alfred William Finch (1854—1930)

Anne Finch (1661—1720) poet

Caleb E. Finch

Caroline F. Finch

Darwin's finches

Denys George Finch Hatton (1887—1931) settler in Kenya and lover of Karen Blixen

Edward Finch (c. 1589—1641) Church of England clergyman

Edward Finch (1663—1738) Church of England clergyman and musician

Edward Finch (1756—1843) army officer and politician

Edward Finch Hatton (c. 1697—1771) diplomatist


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Francis Miles Finch (1827—1907)

Francis Oliver Finch (1802—1862) watercolour painter

George Ingle Finch (1888—1970) chemist and mountaineer

George William Finch Hatton (1791—1858) politician

Harold Heneage Finch Hatton (1856—1904) politician

Heneage Finch (1628—1689) diplomat

Heneage Finch (1649—1719) lawyer and politician

Henry Finch (1633—1704) clergyman and ejected minister

John Finch (1584—1660) speaker of the House of Commons and judge

Joseph Finch Fenn (1819—1884) Church of England clergyman

Lady Charlotte Finch (1725—1813) royal governess

Lady Isabella Finch (1700—1771) courtier

Murray Edward Gordon Finch Hatton (1851—1898) politician and agriculturist

2nd earl of Nottingham, Daniel Finch (1647—1730) politician

Peter Finch (1916—1977) actor

Robert Finch (1783—1830) antiquary and connoisseur of the arts


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Celebrating the english spring, WilliamWordsworthwrote: “Thou, Linnet! In thy green array, Presiding spirit here today, Dost lead the revels of the May.” Like the poet, few people can be ...

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