• Cecil H. Underwood

    Cecil H. Underwood

    Cecil Harland Underwood (November 5, 1922 – November 24, 2008) was an American Republican Party politician from West Virginia, known for the length of his career.

  • Cecil H. Underwood Wildlife Management Area

    Cecil H. Underwood Wildlife Management Area

    Cecil H. Underwood Wildlife Management Area is located on 2,215 acres (896 ha) near in Marshall and Wetzel counties near Cameron, West Virginia. The rugged, steep terrain varies in elevation from about 800 feet along the banks of the West Virginia Fork of Fish Creek to over 1500 feet. The steep slopes are covered with mixed hardwoods and forest clearings fields. The WMA is located about 10 miles south of Cameron on Rice Ridge Road off U. S. Route 250, along the border of Marshall and Wetzel counties.

  • Joseph H. Underwood House

    The Joseph H. Underwood House is a historic house at 1957 Main Street in Fayette, Maine. Built in 1837, this large brick house was built for Joseph H. Underwood, one of the small community's leading businessmen and politicians of the first half of the 19th century. Underwood owned a mill and other local business, and served in town offices and the state legislature. His house was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2005.

  • John W H Underwood

  • Francis H. Underwood

    Francis H. Underwood

    Francis Henry Underwood (January 12, 1825 – August 7, 1894) was an American editor and writer. He was the founder and first associate editor of The Atlantic Monthly in 1857 while still working as a publisher's assistant.

  • H. J. Underwood

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  • Henry Cecil Kennedy Wyld

    Henry Cecil Kennedy Wyld (1870–1945) was a notable English lexicographer and philologist.

  • Henry Cecil Prescott

    Lieutenant-Colonel Henry Cecil Prescott CMG CIE (1 March 1882– 3 August 1960) was Inspector-General of Police in Iraq (1920-1935) and Chief of Police of the Southern Railway in India (1935–47).

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