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Henry of Lancaster

(c. 1280—1345) magnate


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earl of Lancaster Henry (c. 1281—1345)

Henry of Lancaster (c. 1310—1361) soldier and diplomat

Henry , earl of Lancaster (c.1281–1345)

Henry of Lancaster [Henry of Grosmont], first duke of Lancaster (c. 1310-1361), soldier and diplomat

Henry of Lancaster, third earl of Lancaster and third earl of Leicester (c. 1280-1345), magnate

TATE, William Henry (1842 - 1921), Sheriff of Co. Palatine of Lancaster, 1907; DL JP Lancs

LAWSON, Frederick Henry (1897 - 1983), Part-time Professor of Law, University of Lancaster, 1964–77, later Emeritus

FOSBROOKE, Henry Leonard (died 1950), Archdeacon of Lancaster since 1936; Prolocutor of Convocation of York, 1943; Chairman House of Clergy, National Assembly, Church of England, 1945; Church Commissioner, 1948

LAMBERT, Charles Henry (1894 - 1983), Archdeacon of Lancaster, 1959–66, Emeritus, 1966; Vicar of St Cuthbert’s, Lytham, 1960–66; Senior Examining Chaplain to Bishop of Blackburn

BARKER, Michael George Henry (1884 - 1960), DL; Colonel of the York and Lancaster Regt, 1936–46; a Deputy Regional Commissioner for Civil Defence, London Region, 1941

GLOVER, Henry Percy (died 1938), KC 1936; Chairman of the Preston (Hundreds of Amounderness, Blackburn and Leyland), Manchester (Hundred of Salford), Liverpool (Hundred of West Darby) Quarter Sessions of the County Palatine of Lancaster; Recorder of Preston since 1935

WETTON, Henry Davan (1862 - 1928), Fellow of the Royal College of Organists; Fellow of the Guildhall School of Music; Organist and Director of the Choir at Christ Church, Lancaster Gate, W, since 1926; Professor of the Organ, Harmony, Counterpoint, and Composition at the Guildhall School of Music; Head of Music Department, Battersea Polytechnic; retired, 1927; Professor of Sight Singing, Ear Training, and Examiner, Royal College of Music; Member of the Faculty of Music, University of London; Fellow Incorporated Staff Sight-Singing College; Examiner to the Associated Board of the Royal Academy of Music and the Royal College of Music

 
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