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prince of Wales Henry

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LOWTHER-PINKERTON, (Anthony) James (Moxon) (born 1960), DL; Extra Equerry to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Henry of Wales, since 2014

ACLAND, Henry Wentworth Dyke (1815 - 1900), Radcliffe Librarian, Oxford, from 1851; Hon. Physician to Prince of Wales

HUCKSTEP, Ronald Lawrie (1926 - 2015), Professor of Traumatic and Orthopaedic Surgery, University of New South Wales, 1972–92, then Emeritus Professor and Emeritus Orthopaedic Consultant, Prince of Wales/Prince Henry Hospital Group; Chairman of Departments of Orthopaedic Surgery and Director of Accident Services, Prince of Wales and Prince Henry Hospitals, Sydney, Australia, 1972–92; Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, Royal South Sydney and Sutherland Hospitals, 1972–92

BERTHON, Henry Edward (1862 - 1948), late Reader in French Literature in the University of Oxford; French Tutor to Prince of Wales, 1912–14 and to Prince Olaf of Norway, 1924–26; Officier d’Académie

LAKING, Francis Henry (1847 - 1914), Physician in Ordinary and Surgeon Apothecary to the King and Prince of Wales; Apothecary to HM’s Household; Consulting Physician to Victoria Hospital for Children

MORRIS, Lawrence Henry (1902 - 1969), Hon. Consulting Anæsthetist, St Mary’s Hospital, Westminster Hospital (Gordon Hospital and Prince of Wales Hospital (Bearsted Memorial Hospital), since 1967

BURNISTON, George Garrett (1914 - 1992), consultant physician in rehabilitation medicine; Senior Consultant in Rehabilitation Medicine, Prince Henry and Prince of Wales Hospitals, Sydney; Life Consultant in Rehabilitation Medicine, St George Hospital, Sydney, and Emeritus Consultant in Rehabilitation Medicine, Sutherland Hospital

 

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(1594–1612).

Eldest son of James VI and I and Anne of Denmark. Following his father to England in June 1603, he impressed the crowds by his fine horsemanship and erect bearing. His promise and popularity occasioned jealousy in James; championship of Ralegh, dislike of the royal favourite Carr, and naval and military interests further increased tension. Marriage plans were overtaken by his sudden death from typhoid fever, leaving his less gifted brother Charles as heir.

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