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  1. Henry estudió primero con Henry Cooke, maestro de los niños, y luego con Pelham Humfrey, sucesor de Cooke. Se dice que Purcell comenzó a componer a los 18 años de edad, pero la primera obra que puede ser identificada con certeza como de su autoría es la Oda para el cumpleaños del rey escrita en 1670 (Las fechas de sus composiciones son a menudo inciertas, a pesar de la considerable ...

  2. Pelham was named after the Pelham family though it is uncertain which particular Pelham family member it is attributed to - either Henry Fiennes Pelham-Clinton (nephew to 2 Prime Ministers and considered powerful and influential) or Charles Anderson Pelham (a quiet MP who spoke only once in 26 years in the House of Commons).

  3. Henry V died in 1422, two years after he had married Catherine of Valois, daughter of King Charles VI, who had disowned his son Charles in favour of Henry in the Treaty of Troyes. Henry and Catherine's infant son Henry VI , the Bishop's great-nephew, succeeded Henry as King of England, and, in accordance with the Treaty, succeeded Charles as King of France.

  4. Herbert Pelham, 7th Marquess of Hexham, known as Bertie, is the owner of Brancaster Castle in Northumberland. He is second cousin once-removed to his predecessor, Peter, under whom he served as Brancaster's agent. On New Year's Eve 1925, he married Edith Crawley and became stepfather to Edith's daughter, Marigold. In 1927, Edith revealed she was pregnant with his child. An only child, Bertie ...

  5. www.imdb.com › name › nm0377844Guy Henry - IMDb

    Guy Henry, Actor: Rogue One. Guy Henry is a British stage and screen actor. He is best-known for his roles in Rome (2005) and John Adams (2008). He trained at RADA (1979-1981). He has done most of his work at the Royal Shakespeare Company. He has appeared in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 (2010) and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 (2011). He does ...

  6. 3333 Henry Hudson Parkway: The Whitehall is a premier apartment complex consisting of 439 units, ranging in size from 1-3 bedrooms. A majority of the apartments...

  7. P. G. Wodehouse [ˈwʊdhaʊs], kurz für Sir Pelham Grenville Wodehouse KBE, Spitzname Plum, (* 15. Oktober 1881 in Guildford, Surrey; † 14. Februar 1975 in Southampton, New York), war ein Schriftsteller, Bühnen- und Drehbuchautor, der als typischer britischer Humorist gilt und sein „eigenes englisches Märchenland“ und seinen eigenen Slang erfand.