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  1. Henry Fane (4 May 1739 – 4 June 1802) was a British politician who sat in the House of Commons for 30 years between 1772 and 1802. Early life. Fane was ...

  2. Major Henry Fane's grandson (by his son Capt. Charles Nevile Fane) was Gerard Nevile Mark Fane, who assumed the additional surname of Trefusis following the death of his grandmother Harriet, and became 22nd Baron Clinton in 1965, having claimed the termination of the 1957 abeyance of that title. References. Glover, Michael.

  3. Henry Fane (muerto en 1802), de Fulbeck Hall, Lincolnshire, hijo menor de Thomas Fane, octavo conde de Westmorland. Carrera militar Fane se unió a la 6ta Guardia del Dragón como una cucurucho en 1792 y sirvió como ayudante de campo del Lord Teniente de Irlanda, John Fane, antes de obtener una Tendencia en el 55o Regimiento de los Pies.

  4. Sir Henry Fane KB, JP (c. 1650 – buried Basildon 12 January 1706) was the only son and heir of George Fane (1616–1663) of Hatton Garden, by his wife Dorothy daughter and heir of James Horsey of Honnington, Warwickshire.

  5. 27/01/2019 · according to the "the great governing families of england (1972)" this henry fane was either the youngest son of henry (will dated 1455) vane of hilden, kent, and was the father of sir ralph who was beheaded. henry fane. or henry son of john (d.1488) vane or fane, resided at hadlow, sheriff of kent in 23d henry vii. he died without issue in 1538.

    • Ralph Vane, Richard Fane
    • "Fane"
    • Isabel Jane Darell, John Fane
    • circa 1476
  6. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Henry_FaneHenry Fane - Wikipedia

    Henry Fane may refer to: . Henry Fane (died 1580), member of parliament (MP) for Winchelsea Henry Fane (died 1596), MP for Hythe Sir Henry Fane (died 1706) (c. 1650–1706), MP for Reading

  7. Fane had the ‘oversight of the ordnance’ in Henry VIII’s last war with France in 1545. On 7 Feb. 1554 he was drawn into Wyatt’s revolt after the rebels had reached London. Arrested the following day and sent to the Tower, he was sentenced to a traitor’s death by a special court presided over by the Marquess of Winchester.