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Catherwood, Sir Henry Frederick Ross (Fred) (1925–2014), businessman, politician, and evangelical leader, was born on 30 January 1925 in Creagh, near Bellaghy, County Londonderry, the eldest of three children of (Harold Matthew) Stuart Catherwood (1899–1973), haulier and bus company owner, and his wife ...

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Cowper, Henry (c. 1753–1840), clerk assistant of the House of Lords, was the youngest of the three sons of Lieutenant-General Spencer Cowper (c.1724–1797) of Ham Common, Surrey, and his wife, Charlotte, daughter of John Baber. He matriculated at Exeter College, Oxford...

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May, Thomas Erskine, Baron Farnborough (1815–1886), clerk of the House of Commons, was born in Kentish Town, London, on 8 February 1815, the son (according to the baptismal record) of Thomas May, attorney, and his wife, Sarah. A connection with the former lord chancellor ...

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Thring, Henry, Baron Thring (1818–1907), parliamentary draftsman, born at Alford, Somerset, on 3 November 1818, was the second son of the Revd John Gale Dalton Thring (1784–1874) and his wife, Sarah (1790–1891), daughter of John Jenkyns, vicar of Evercreech, Somerset. His father was both squire and rector of ...