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Alice Henley (c. 1425—1470) abbess of Godstow

Annie Mary Anne Henley Rogers (1856—1937) promoter of women's higher education

Anthony Henley (1667—1711) wit and politician

Beth Henley (b. 1952)

Don Henley (b. 1947)

Henley Royal Regatta

Henley Street

John Henley

John Henley (1692—1756) dissenting minister and eccentric

John Lee Henley (b. 1919)

Joseph Warner Henley (1793—1884) politician

Michael Henley (c. 1742—1813) merchant and shipowner

Phocion Henley (1728—1764) composer

Robert Henley (c. 1708—1772) lord chancellor

Robert Henley (1789—1841) lawyer

Robert Henley (1591—1656) legal official

Robert Henley (1747—1786) politician

S. J. Henley

S. Jane Henley

Samuel Henley (1740—1815) Church of England clergyman and writer

Sir Douglas Owen Henley (1919—2003) civil servant

W. E. Henley (1849—1903) writer

Walter of Henley

Walter of Henley (fl. c. 1250—1270) writer on agriculture

William Henley Pearson Jervis (1813—1883) ecclesiastical historian

William Thomas Henley (c. 1813—1882) electrical engineer and manufacturer


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Thames‐side town on the A4155. The Red Lion Hotel, an old coaching inn by the bridge, put up the poet Shenstone in 1750 and Johnson and Boswell in 1776. ...

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