Henry, Edward

Henry, Edward (Lamson)

(1841–1919) painter; born in Charleston, S.C. He was a popular genre painter and illustrator who specialized in simple scenes, such as Carriage Ride on a Country Lane (1906).
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whereby it was generally conceived, that after the princes had reigned, which had the principal letters of that word hempe (which were Henry, Edward, Mary, Philip, and Elizabeth), England should come to utter confusion; which, thanks be to God, is verified only in the change of the name; for that the King's style, is now no more of England but of Britain.
Above all James was a devoted family man - to his wife Christine, who died in 2012, and to his children, Josh and Lizzie, his daughter in law, Diana, and his grandchildren, Henry, Edward and Alex.
Peacefully in his sleep on 22nd February 2016, aged 89 years, Hermann, dearly beloved husband of the late Elspeth, loving dad of Maggie and David, much loved grandpa to Peter, Rachel, Henry, Edward, Noah and Sophie, great grandpa to Alfie.
Her heroes have names like Henry, Edward and Frederick.
Loving and much-loved sister of the late John Hughes, wife of the late George (Bill) Fray and the late Ronald Frame; mother of Martyn and Paul Fray; grandmother of Emma Marfleet (nee Fray) and Thomas, William, Henry, Edward and Anthony Fray; and great-grandmother of Daniel and Matthew Marfleet and Tabitha and Rupert Fray.
Furthermore, Royal favourites Henry, Edward, Arthur, Andrew, Zara and Elizabeth all feature in the top 100.
bolsters his arguments by other little recognized facts: he emphasizes that Protestants were only a slim minority--albeit a vocal one--throughout the reigns of Henry, Edward, and Mary.
Parroting "Jennifer, Alison, Phillipa, Sue, Deborah, Annabel too" is about as relevant as "Henry, Richard, John, Henry, Edward, Edward II".
Only one of the Marian bishops, the ecclesiastical weathervane Anthony Kitchin of Llandaff, Wales, continued under Elizabeth--as he had under Henry, Edward, and Mary
She joins their children Henry, Edward and Eleanor in forming the nucleus of a half decent five-a-side team.
The reformations of Henry, Edward, and Elizabeth, therefore, were not welcomed by the great majority of people in England and Wales.