(b. 1956)

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H. P. R. Finberg (1900—1974)

H. R. Droop (c. 1831—1884)

H. R. F. Keating (b. 1926)

H. R. French

H. R. Kedward

H. R. van Heekeren (1902—1974)

H. R. Woudhuysen

H.R. Keshava Mūrthy (1920)

H.R. Percy (1920—1996)

J—h T—r

Klaus R.H. von Wild

R. H. Barham (1788—1845) writer and Church of England clergyman

R. H. Benson (1871—1914) Roman Catholic priest and writer

R. H. Burnside (1870—1952)

R. H. Forster (1867—1923)

R. H. Froude (1803—1836) Church of England clergyman

R. H. Mottram (1883—1971) banker and writer

R. H. Robertson (1849—1919)

R. H. Tawney (1880—1962) historian and political thinker

R. H. Wilenski (1887—1975) art critic and historian




R.H. Croll (1869—1947)

R.H. Morrison (b. 1915)

Stephen R. H. Langton

W. R. H. Trowbridge


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B. Paul Hudson, 11 February 1956, London, England. Bad Brains vocalist H.R. aka Joseph I left his former employees in the mid-80s to follow his religious beliefs more closely. His ...

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