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Henry Heath

(c. 1599—1643) Franciscan friar


'Henry Heath' can also refer to...

HEATH, Henry Charles - Miniaturist

Henry Heath Bawden (1871—1950)

FAWCETT, Henry Heath (1863 - 1925)

HEATH, Henry Newport Charles (1860 - 1915)

Bawden, Henry Heath (1871–1950)

Heath, Sir (Henry) Frank (1863-1946), academic and scientific administrator

NEWTON, Derek Henry (born 1933), Chairman, C. E. Heath plc, 1984–87

HEATH, Henry Wylde Edwards (1912 - 2002), Commissioner of Police, Hong Kong, 1959–67, retired

Heath, Henry [name in religion Paul of St Magdalen] (bap. 1599, d. 1643), Franciscan friar

ANDREWS, Henry Russell (1871 - 1942), Consulting Obstetric Physician, London Hospital; Consulting Gynæcologist to the Ilford Emergency Hospital and Bushey Heath Cottage Hospital; late Vice-President British College of Obstetricians and Gynæcologists; late President of the Obstetric and Gynæcological Section of the Royal Society of Medicine; late Examiner in Obstetric Medicine to Cambridge University; late Examiner in Obstetric Medicine to the London University, Oxford University, the Conjoint Board, Durham University, and the Society of Apothecaries

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)]

HEATH, (Henry) Frank (1863 - 1946), Officier de l’Instruction Publique, 1904; Member of Council, Royal Albert Hall, 1929–45; Crown Governor of the Imperial College of Science and Technology and Member Finance and Executive and other Committees, 1931–45; appointed Governor by City and Guilds of London Institute, 1945; thereafter re-appointed member of the above Committee, 1945; Hon. Secretary, British National Committee for Intellectual Co-operation under the League of Nations, 1929–45; Member, Royal Commission for the 1851 Exhibition, since 1924; Member of Council, Queen Alexandra House, 1931–45; Member of Universities China Committee in London, since 1932; Chairman, General Council, 1938–39, Vice-Chairman, 1939–44, and Chairman Mark Committee, since 1935, of British Standards Institution

 
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