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date: 30 November 2020

Henley, Phocionlocked

(1728–1764)
  • R. F. Sharp
  • , revised by K. D. Reynolds

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Henley, Phocion (1728–1764), composer, was one of the three sons of John Henley (1677–1732), of Wootton Abbots, Dorset, MP for Lyme Regis, and his wife, Hester, née Bagwell. Robert Henley, first earl of Northington, was his cousin. John Henley died while his son was an infant, leaving his property and family to the care of his brother, ...

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