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Sir Henry James

(1803—1877) surveyor


'Sir Henry James' can also refer to...

Sir Henry James Alderson (1834—1909) army officer

Sir James Henry Craig (1748—1812) army officer and governor-in-chief of British North America

Sir James Henry Ramsay (1832—1925) historian

Sir James Henry Yoxall (1857—1925) educationist

James, Sir Henry (1828–1911)

Maine, Sir Henry James Sumner (1822–88)

Yoxall, Sir James Henry (1857-1925), educationist

James, Sir Henry (1803-1877), surveyor

Maine, Sir Henry James Sumner (1822–88)

Ramsay, Sir James Henry, tenth baronet (1832-1925), historian

Murray, Sir James Augustus Henry (1837-1915), lexicographer

Alderson, Sir Henry James (1834-1909), army officer

Maine, Sir Henry James Sumner (1822-1888), jurist

Murray, Sir J(ames) A(ugustus) H(enry) (1837–1915)

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Craig, Sir James Henry (1748-1812), army officer and governor-in-chief of British North America

Leigh, William Henry (1824 - 1905), JP; [Sir Piers Leigh bore the standard of the Black Prince at Crecy; his son Sir Peter was slain at Agincourt, 1415; his g g s was Lord Mayor of London when Queen Mary died, 1558; James Leigh, 6th in descent, m 1755, Lady Caroline Amelia Grosvenor, e d of Duke of Chandos, 8th in descent from Princess Mary, sister of Henry VIII]; Lord-Lieutenant of Warwickshire from 1852; High Steward of Sutton Coldfield, 1859–82 and 1902; Governor and Trustee of Rugby School; Hon. Colonel 5th Battalion Warwickshire Regiment; Provincial Grand Master, Warwicks, 1852

 
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