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Henry Gold

(c. 1505—1534) Catholic priest


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Gold, Henry (d. 1534), Catholic priest

Prof. Henry Rishbeth: The RAS Gold Medal 2001

GUPPY, Henry Brougham (1854 - 1926), Gold Medallist, Linnæan Society, 1917

REYNOLDS, James Henry (1844 - 1932), late Royal Army Medical Corps; Gold Medallist, British Med. Assoc.

Allenby, Field-Marshal Edmund (Henry Hynman) (1861 - 1936), Colonel 1st Life Guards and 16th/5th Lancers; Gold Stick in Waiting

GOLD, Henry (1835 - 1900), JP, DL; High Sheriff for Berkshire, 1897; Director W. and A. Gilbey, Limited

RUSSELL, Henry Blythe Westrap (1868 - 1912), head of firm of H. B. W. Russell & Co., West African merchants, Gold Coast and Southern Nigeria; Captain Gold Coast Volunteers; Consul of the Netherlands at Cape Coast Castle

GOLDING-BIRD, Cyril Henry (1876 - 1955), Hon. SCF; Sub-Prelate of the Order of St John; Assistant Bishop of Guildford since 1930; Chairman Advisory Committee for the Care of Churches

SAYCE, Archibald Henry (1845 - 1933), Foreign Corr. Member of French Institute; Fellow of Queen’s College, Oxford, since 1869; Professor of Assyriology Oxford University, 1891–1919; Asiatic Society Gold Medallist, 1925

LANDOR, A. Henry Savage (died 1924), Hon. Corresponding Member, Ecole d’Anthropologie of Paris; Hon. Member and Gold Medallist Geographical Society, Marseilles; Hon. Member Italian Anthropological Society; Founder Member of International Anthropological Institute, Paris; painter, sculptor, explorer

BREASTED, James Henry (1865 - 1935), Orientalist, historian; Director of the Oriental Institute since 1919, University of Chicago; Corresponding Member Royal Academy of Sciences, Berlin, 1907; Institut de France, 1930; Foreign Member Bavarian Akademie, 1931; Royal Academy of Belgium, 1934; Royal Academy of Denmark, 1935; Archæologisches Institut des Deutschen Reiches, Berlin, 1931; President American Oriental Society, 1918; Hon. Fellow Society of Antiquaries of London, 1919; Member American Philosophical Society, 1919 (Vice-President, 1927–33); Corresponding Member American Geographical Society, 1922; National Academy of Sciences (USA), 1923; Hon. Member Royal Asiatic Society, 1923; President, History of Science Society, 1926; President, American Historical Association, 1928; Gold Medal, Geographic Society of Chicago, 1929; Rosenberger Gold Medal History of Civilization, 1929; Gold Medal, Holland Society, 1930; Gold Medal, distinguished achievement in Fine Arts, American Institute of Architects, 1934

GREENISH, Henry George (1855 - 1933), Professor of Pharmaceutics to the Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain, and late Professor in the University of London; Director of the Pharmacy Research Laboratory; Docteur (honoris causa) de l’Université de Paris; Joint Editor of the British Pharmacopœia, 1914; Hanbury Gold Medallist, 1917

STEVENSON, Thomas Henry Craig (1870 - 1932), Superintendent of Statistics (later Statistical Medical Officer), General Register Office, 1909–31; Fellow of University College, London; Fellow, Guy (Gold) Medallist (1920), and formerly Hon. Secretary of the Royal Statistical Society; Jenner medallist, Royal Society of Medicine; Honorary Member of the American Statistical Association

Compton, William Douglas Maclean (1818 - 1897), JP, Royal Navy, retired 1864; [Sir William Crompton was present at the Battle of Spurs, 1513, and Field of Cloth of Gold, 1520, and had estates in 20 counties of England and the favour of Henry VIII; his ggs became 1st Earl, and Lord President of the Marches of Wales; 2nd Earl was one of the bravest cavaliers, and fell at Hopton Heath, 1643; 2nd Marquess became President of the Royal Society (d 1851)]

 
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