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William Henry French

(1815—1881)


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French, William Henry

French, William Henry

FRENCH, Henry William (1910 - 2001), CPhys, FInstP; FCP; Senior Chief Inspector (Deputy Secretary), Department of Education and Science, 1972–74

FLOWER, William Henry (1831 - 1899), Knight of Royal Prussian order Pour le Mérite; President Zoological Society; Correspondent, Institute of France

CROSTHWAITE, William (Henry) (1880 - 1968), JP; French Consular Agent; Chairman, Tees Towing Co., Ltd; President, British Tugowner’s Association. Pres., European Tugowner’s Association

PEAT, Harry (William Henry) (1878 - 1959), chartered accountant; senior partner Peat, Marwick, Mitchell & Co., chartered accountants, London and other towns in Great Britain, Hong Kong, Japan, Malaya, S. Africa, Kenya and S. Rhodesia, and through associated firms in Canada, USA, France and Belgium; Partner Price, Waterhouse, Peat & Co., Egypt, India and South America; member of Needlemakers’ Company (Master, 1920–21); member of Corporation of City of London, 1915–26

PERKIN, William Henry (1860 - 1929), Waynflete Professor of Chemistry since 1912, and Fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford; Corresponding Member of the Academies of Bavaria and Göttingen; member of the Royal Society of Upsala; Correspondent of the Institute of France; Hon. Fellow of the Royal Society of Edin.; Foreign Honorary member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and of the Belgian Academy of Medicine

YOUNG, William Henry (1863 - 1942), Hon. Dr University of Strasbourg; President of London Mathematical Society, 1922–24; sometime Vice-President of the British Section of the New Commonwealth; President de l’Union Internationale de Mathématiciens, 1929–36; Member of the Executive Committee of the International Research Council, and Foreign Secretary of the National Committee on Mathematics; Hon. Member of the Bureau of the Société Mathématique de France; Corr. Member of the Institute of Coimbra; on Livery of the Fishmongers’ Company

 

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(1815–81) Union army officer, born in Baltimore, Maryland. French proved to be a competent brigade and division commander at Fredericksburg (1862) and Chancellorsville (1863), and received favorable recognition for initiative ...

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