Hyacinthe Mary Wellesley (1789–1849), who married Edward Littleton, 1st Baron Hatherton; Gerald Wellesley (1792–1833), who served as the East India Company's resident at Indore. The Rev. Henry Wellesley (1794–1866), Principal of New Inn Hall, Oxford.
Henry, an American comic strip created in 1932 by Carl Anderson "Henry", a song by New Riders of the Purple Sage; Henry, a character in The Walking Dead TV series "I'm Henery the Eighth, I Am", a novelty song from 1910. Henry Danger (series) Firearms. Henry rifle, the first "practical" repeating rifle
Paget, Henry William, (1768-1854), 1st Marquess of Anglesey, Field Marshal Pakenham, Edward Michael, (1743-1792), 2nd Baron Longford Pakenham, Edward Michael, (1817-1860), 3rd Earl of Longford
Ancestors of Prince William of England. Here is the pedigree of England's Heir Apparent presented as an ahnenreihe. To save space, ancestors beyond Generation 11 are omitted unless they are alleged descendants of Charlemagne or Alexander the Great.
747 (inv 1866) Henry Richard Charles (Wellesley), 1st Earl Cowley. Diplomatist. Ambassador to France. 748 (inv 1866) Leopold II, King of the Belgians (1835-1909). 749 (inv 1866) Frederick Christian Charles Augustus, Duke of Schleswig-Holstein (1831-1917). Known in England as Prince Christian.
Wellesley, Henry Richard Charles, (1804-1884), 1st Earl Cowley Wells, Edward, (1815-1885), Surgeon Wells, Francis Ballard, (1811-1888), Secretary to Archbishop Howley Rector of Woodchurch Kent
Under King Henry's Banners: A story of the days of Agincourt (English) (as Illustrator) Campbell, John, 1840-1904 ¶ Bell, J. Cawdor; Two Knapsacks: A Novel of Canadian Summer Life (English) (as Author) Campbell, John Campbell, Baron, 1779-1861 ¶ Wikipedia