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  1. 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. Contents 1 Biography 2 Bibliography

    • Clara Elizabeth Spice, ​ ​(m. 1880; died 1934)​
    • 28 January 1938 (aged 78), Islington, England
  2. Sir Henry Seymour (c. 1503 – 5 April 1578) was an English landowner and MP, the brother of Jane Seymour, queen consort of Henry VIII, and consequently uncle to Edward VI. He was created a Knight of the Bath after his nephew's coronation. Contents 1 Family 2 Career 3 Marriage and issue 4 Death 5 Notes 6 References 7 External links Family

  3. Henry Seymour Rawlinson (Henry Seymour Rawlinson, primer barón de Rawlinson; Trent, 1864 - Delhi, 1925) General británico. Educado en Eton y en la escuela militar de Sanhurst, entró en el ejército en 1884.

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    Henry Seymour was an American merchant, banker and politician from New York.

    Born in Litchfield, Litchfield County, Connecticut, Seymour was the sixth child and fifth son of Major Moses Seymour, a politician who served as an officer in the American Revolution, and his wife Molly Seymour. His brother, Horatio became a successful businessman and banker, and went on to serve two terms in the United States Senate. In 1801 Henry...

    Seymour had a number of successful family members in addition to his brother and children. State Engineer Horatio Seymour Jr. was his grandson, Congressman Origen S. Seymour was his nephew, and Congressman Edward Woodruff Seymour was his greatnephew.

    • May 30, 1780, Litchfield, Connecticut
    • American politician
    • August 26, 1837 (aged 57), Utica
  4. Henry Seymour, Lord Beauchamp (c. 1626 – 14 March 1654) was an English nobleman, third son of William Seymour, 2nd Duke of Somerset. [1] He had two elder brothers, but they both died unmarried in their twenties, so that in 1646, when he was about twenty, Henry became heir to his father and took his courtesy title of Lord Beauchamp. [1]

  5. Henry Seymour MP, JP (10 November 1776 – 27 November 1849), of Knoyle House, East Knoyle, Wiltshire, of Trent, and of Northbrook, was a British Tory politician. He was the only son of Henry Seymour, of Redland Court, Gloucestershire and his second wife, the Comtesse de Panthou.

  6. Vice-Admiral Lord Henry Seymour (1540–1588) was an English naval commander and Admiral of the Narrow Seas during the Elizabethan Age . The younger son of Edward Seymour, 1st Duke of Somerset by his second wife Anne Stanhope, he married Lady Joan (or Jane) Percy, daughter of Thomas Percy, 7th Earl of Northumberland. [1]