• Henry I. Louttit

    Henry Irving Louttit, junior (born June 13, 1938) served as the ninth Bishop of Georgia. He was the 901st bishop of the Episcopal Church in the United States of America (ECUSA).

  • Henry I. Harriman House

    Henry I. Harriman House

    The Henry I. Harriman House is a historic French château style house at 825 Centre Street in Newton, Massachusetts. Built in 1916 for Henry I. Harriman, it is one of Newton's most elegant 20th-century suburban estate houses. It is now part of the campus of the Boston College Law School. It was known as Putnam House, in honor of benefactor Roger Lowell Putnam, when the campus was that of Newton College of the Sacred Heart. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1990.

  • Henry I (Bishop of Augsburg)

  • Henry I, Count of Vianden

    Henry I (c.1200–1252) was the hereditary Count of Vianden from 1210 and, through his wife, Marquis of Namur from 1229.

  • Henry I. Kowalsky

    Henry I. Kowalsky

    Colonel Henry I. Kowalsky (August 16, 1859 - November 28, 1914) was a notable San Francisco defense attorney. Notably, he was employed by King Leopold II of Belgium as a lobbyist to the US government in favor of the Congo Free State. Kowalsky was known as "Colonel" without having ever been in the military. He earned the designation when he was appointed to, and served as, the Judge Advocate General for California Governor Robert Waterman.

  • Henry I of Rodez

    Henry I (c. 1175–1221), of the house of Millau, was the Count of Rodez and Viscount of Carlat from 1208 until his death. He was the son and successor of Hugh II. His mother was Bertrande d'Amalon.

  • Henry I. Patrie

    Henry I. Patrie (February 12, 1874 – March 3, 1935) was an American businessman and politician from New York.

  • Henry I. Harriman

    Henry Ingraham Harriman (1873 – July 5, 1950) was an American public utility executive and President of the United States Chamber of Commerce from 1932 to 1935.

  • Henry I, Count of Tecklenburg

    Henry I, Count of Tecklenburg (c. 1115 – 22 November 1156) was a German nobleman. He was the ruling Count of Tecklenburg from c. 1150 until his death.

  • Henry I, Duke of Modling

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