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  1. Henry Seymour (c. 1503 - 5 de abril de 1578) 1 fue un terrateniente y diputado inglés, hermano de Jane Seymour, reina consorte de Enrique VIII y, en consecuencia, tío de Eduardo VI . 1 Fue nombrado Caballero de Bath después de la coronación de su sobrino. 2 Índice 1 Familia 2 Carrera profesional 3 Matrimonio y problema 4 Muerte 5 Referencias

  2. Henry Albert Seymour (28 January 1860 – 3 February 1938) was an English secularist, individualist anarchist, gramophone innovator and survey author, and Baconian. He published the first English language anarchist periodical in Britain and is credited, in 1913, with introducing the Edison disc into the country.

    • Clara Elizabeth Spice, ​ ​(m. 1880; died 1934)​
    • 28 January 1938 (aged 78), Islington, England
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    Sir Henry Seymour was born around 1503, probably at Wulfhall, Wiltshire. He was the third son of Sir John Seymour (c.1474 – 21 December 1536.) and Margery Wentworth (c. 1478 – 18 October 1550). His family rose to prominence following his sister Jane's marriage to the King in 1536. As well as Queen Jane, Henry Seymour's siblings included Elizabeth S...

    Seymour may have begun his career in the service of Richard Foxe, Bishop of Winchester. By 1526 he had followed his father and siblings into royal service, although he does not seem to have shared the ambitions or abilities of his brothers, Edward and Thomas, and did not progress at court. He served under four Tudormonarchs, although for the most p...

    Henry Seymour married Barbara (born c. 1515), the daughter of Morgan Wolfe, and by her had three sons and seven daughters, of whom: 1. Sir John Seymour married Susan, youngest daughter of Lord Chidiock Powlett, third son of William Paulet, 1st Marquess of Winchester and Elizabeth, daughter of Sir William Capel, Lord Mayor of London. They had three ...

    Seymour died at home in Winchester5 April 1578. He had made his will a week earlier. He was succeeded by his son and heir, John.

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  3. 1 de ene. de 2023 · Henry Seymour Conway, (born 1721—died July 9, 1795, Park Place, near Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, Eng.), military commander and prominent British politician who urged moderate treatment of the American colonies. Conway began his military career while still in his teens and fought in the War of the Austrian Succession.

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  4. En Ravenna, Ohio, el 4 de septiembre de 1877, se da la primera marca comercial de un cereal para el desayuno, por Henry Seymour, propietario de la Quaker Mill Company. En 1879, John Stuart y su hermano Robert, se unieron con George Douglas para formar Imperial Mill y se instalaron en Chicago , Illinois .

  5. Henry Seymour (1729–1805), a son of the 8th duke of Somerset's brother Francis, was elected to the House of Commons in 1763; in 1778 he went to France, and fixing his residence at Prunay, near Versailles, he became the lover of Madame du Barry, many of whose letters to him are preserved in Paris.

  6. Henry Seymour (* 14. September 1931 in Stuttgart als Helmut Hartmann) ist ein deutsch-britischer Krimiautor, Jugendbuchautor und Übersetzer. Der Sohn der Schriftstellerin Sophie Hartmann veröffentlichte seit 1957 unter verschiedenen Pseudonymen in deutscher und englischer Sprache mehr als 600 Unterhaltungsromane für Jugendliche und Erwachsene.