• Francis Henry Keefer

    Francis Henry Keefer, QC (24 July 1860 – 4 December 1928) was a Canadian lawyer and politician.

  • Henry Francis Hays

    The lynching of Michael Donald in Mobile, Alabama on March 21, 1981, was one of the last lynchings in the United States. Several Ku Klux Klan (KKK) members beat and killed Michael Donald, a 19-year-old African-American, and hung his body from a tree. One perpetrator, Henry Hays, was executed by electric chair in 1997, while another, James Knowles, was sentenced to life in prison after pleading guilty and testifying against Hays. A third man was convicted as an accomplice, and a fourth indicted but he died before his trial could be completed.

  • Henry Francis Cook

    Henry Francis Cook (September 11, 1855 – June 12, 1932) was a US manufacturer and financier. He was born in Brooklyn, New York. Cook was president of the Montauk Steamboat Company, the Sag Harbor Real Estate Company, and the Sag Harbor Water Company. He was vice-president of the Peconic Bank of Sag Harbor, secretary and treasurer of the Sag Harbor Heating and Lighting Company, and a partner in the Fahys Watch Case Company. He was a member of the Sons of the Revolution, Society of Colonial Wars, Pilgrims Society, Chamber of Commerce of the State of New York, Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences, and the Union League Club. In 1883, he married Lena Marianne Fahys (1871–1936), the daughter of Joseph Fahys. Their children were Edith Eloise, Joseph Fahys, Madeline Huntting, Henry Cook (Harry), Francis Howell and Maria Fahys.

  • Henry Francis Fynn

    Henry Francis Fynn (29 March 1803 in Grosvenor Square, London, England – 20 September 1861 in Durban, Natal, South Africa ) was an English traveler and trader. His diary covers the period from 1824 to 1836 and is the story of the first white settler in Natal who had reached an agreement with the Zulu by befriending Shaka Zulu, who gave him the strip of land in which the town of Durban was situated. No prior settlements in the area have ever been documented or known by the Zulu or Xhosa. His diary provides a contemporary account of Shaka and the kingdom of the Zulu in South Africa.

  • Francis Henry Blackburne Daniell

    Francis Henry Blackburne Daniell (1845–1921) was an Anglo-Irish barrister and historian, known for his work on the Calendar of State Papers.

  • Duke Francis Henry of Saxe-Lauenburg

    Francis Henry of Saxe-Lauenburg (born: 9 April 1604; died: 26 November 1658) was a Prince of Saxe-Lauenburg

  • Henry Francis Green

    Henry Francis Green (born February 6, 1844, died May 9, 1917) was an American merchant, banker, manufacturer and politician. He was a member of the New Hampshire Executive Council from 1899 until 1901.

  • Francis Henry Medcalf

    Francis Henry Medcalf

    Francis Henry Medcalf (May 10, 1803 – March 26, 1880) was a Canadian millwright, iron founder, and Mayor of Toronto during the periods 1864–1866 and 1874–1875. He was also a member of the Orange Order in Canada.

  • Francis Henry Fee

    Francis "Frank" Henry Fee (1850 – 1930) was the seventh and ninth mayor of Melbourne, Florida serving from 1896 to 1899 and 1899 to 1901. He also served as the fourth mayor of Fort Pierce, Florida from 1905 to 1907.

  • Henry Francis Fountain

    Henry "Buddy" Francis Fountain Jr. (born 1924 - died 2011) was an architect in Biloxi, Mississippi. He and his firm were responsible for several public buildings in Biloxi and Ocean Springs, Mississippi.

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