• Henry Edward Kendall, Sr

    1776 - 1970

    Henry Edward Kendall, Sr (1776 - 1970)

    Architect, won a competition for the buildings at Kensal Green Cemetery.

    View Henry Edward Kendall, Sr's Grave
  • Henry Edwards Huntington

    1850 - 1927

    Henry Edwards Huntington (1850 - 1927)

    Railroad tycoon and noted collector of art and rare books. The Mausoleum of Henry Huntington and his wife Arabella is considered to be the model for the Jefferson Memorial in Washington, D.C. John Russell Pope designed the Mausoleum before he won the commission that made him famous. Henry intended the Mausoleum to be a Greek […]

    View Henry Edwards Huntington's Grave
  • Henry Englehard Steinway

    1797 - 1871

    Henry Englehard Steinway (1797 - 1871)

    Businessman, Manufacturer. He started Steinway and Sons Piano Company. (bio by: Find A Grave)  Family links:  Spouse:  Julianne Thiemer Steinway (1804 – 1877)*  Children:  Dorette Johanna Dorothee Juliane Steinway Ziegler (____ – 1900)*  Charles G. Steinway (1829 – 1865)*  Henry E. Steinway (1830 – 1865)*  William Steinway (1835 – 1896)*  Albert Steinway (1840 – 1877)* […]

    View Henry Englehard Steinway's Grave
  • Henry Every

    1970 - 1970

    Henry Every (1970 - 1970)

    Pirate. Seized the Grand Mogul treasure ship “Ganj-i-Sawai” which was filled with such a massive amount of money (5.2 million rupees) that it was said Every offered to pay off the British national debt with it in exchange for a pardon. Every embarked on his piratical career in 1694, taking over the British ship “Charles”, […]

    View Henry Every's Grave
  • Henry Fonda

    1905 - 1982

    Henry Fonda (1905 - 1982)

    The Fonda surname originated with immigrants from Genoa, Italy, to the Netherlands, in the 15th century. In 1642, a branch of the Fonda family immigrated to the Dutch colony of New Netherland, on the East Coast of North America. They were among the first Dutch population to settle in what is now upstate New York, […]

    View Henry Fonda's Grave
  • Henry Ford

    1863 - 1947

    Henry Ford (1863 - 1947)

    Pioneer Industrialist.  Founder of the Ford Motor Company.  He was a Midwestern farm boy with a grammar school education who rose to become the world’s largest auto manufacturer.  In an era when automobiles were hand-crafted luxury items,  he developed the mass-produced Model T,  the first car the average person could afford.  In the process he […]

    View Henry Ford's Grave
  • Henry Ford, II

    1917 - 1987

    Henry Ford, II (1917 - 1987)

    Businessman. An automobile magnate, he was born the first of four children to Edsel and Eleanor Clay Ford, (and was the first grandchild of industrial pioneer Henry Ford). In May 1943, his father Edsel Ford died, and his frail aging grandfather Henry Ford became company President again. Henry Ford II was serving in the United […]

    View Henry Ford, II's Grave
  • Henry Franklin Lawrence

    1868 - 1950

    Henry Franklin Lawrence (1868 - 1950)

    US Congressman. The family moved to Missouri shortly after his birth. A banker by trade, he served as a clerk of Daviess County from 1907 to 1911 and was the mayor of Cameron, Clinton County from 1914 through 1918. He was elected on the Republican ticket in 1920, serving in US House of Representatives from […]

    View Henry Franklin Lawrence's Grave
  • Henry Garcia

    1903 - 1970

    Henry Garcia (1903 - 1970)

    Screen, stage actor, musician, screenwriter and film technician.  Appeared in the 1964 film “No Man’s Land”.  Inscription:In Loving Memory

    View Henry Garcia's Grave
  • Henry Gassaway Davis

    1823 - 1916

    Henry Gassaway Davis (1823 - 1916)

    US Congressman, Businessman. Although he would ultimately become a great capitalist he had a rather humble start in life. He was educated in public schools but became fatherless and went to work at a young age. Davis became a plantation superintendent. He then became employed with the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad as a brakeman, conductor, […]

    View Henry Gassaway Davis's Grave
  • Henry Gaylord Wilshire

    1861 - 1927

    Henry Gaylord Wilshire (1861 - 1927)

    Businessman and real estate tycoon. He was the man who created famed Wilshire Boulevard in Los Angeles.  Family links:  Parents:  George Wilshire (1816 – 1890)  Clarinda Clemons Wilshire (1825 – 1862)  Spouses:  Mary Mc Reynolds Wilshire (1880 – 1955)*  Hannah Griffith Wilshire (1861 – 1901)*  Children:  Logan Gaylord Wilshire (1906 – 1970)*  Siblings:  George P […]

    View Henry Gaylord Wilshire's Grave
  • Henry George

    1839 - 1897

    Henry George (1839 - 1897)

    Economist. He was the grandfather of choreographer Agnes DeMille.  Family links:  Spouse:  Annie Corsina Fox George (1845 – 1904)*  Children:  Henry George (1862 – 1916)*  Richard F. George (1865 – 1912)* *Calculated relationship

    View Henry George's Grave
  • Henry George Liddell

    1811 - 1898

    Henry George Liddell (1811 - 1898)

    English classical scholar. Headmaster Westminster School 1846-1855; Dean of Christ Church, Oxford 1855-1898. Famous for his Greek- English Lexicon 1843. His daughter Alice was the inspiration for Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland.  Family links:  Children:  Alice Liddell (1852 – 1934)* *Calculated relationship

    View Henry George Liddell's Grave
  • Henry Gibson

    1935 - 2009

    Henry Gibson (1935 - 2009)

    Actor. Known primarily for comedy, his nearly 50 year career will probably be best remembered for the nonsense verse he deadpanned on “Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In”. Born James Bateman, he was raised in Philadelphia, and started acting from around age eight. After earning his degree from Catholic University of America in 1957, he served as […]

    View Henry Gibson's Grave
  • Henry Gilpin

    1801 - 1860

    Henry Gilpin (1801 - 1860)

    Henry Dilworth Gilpin (April 14, 1801 – January 29, 1860) was an American lawyer and statesman of Quaker extraction who served as Attorney General of the United States under President Martin Van Buren. Henry Gilpin was the son of Joshua Gilpin and Mary Dilworth, and was born in Lancaster, England, just before his parents returned to […]

    View Henry Gilpin's Grave
  • Henry Graves

    1806 - 1892

    Henry Graves (1806 - 1892)

    Printer, founded Illustrated London news.  Family links:  Children:  Algernon Graves (1845 – 1922)* *Calculated relationship

    View Henry Graves's Grave
  • Henry Griesedieck

    1860 - 1926

    Henry Griesedieck (1860 - 1926)

    Henry was the general superintendent of the Independent Breweries Company & former president of the company, which was a consolidation of nine St. Louis breweries. Born in Germany, Henry came to the U.S. in 1870 & entered the employ of the Lafayette Brewery in St. Louis as an office boy. In 1878 he associated with […]

    View Henry Griesedieck's Grave
  • Henry H. “Hank” Daniels, Jr

    1921 - 1973

    Henry H. “Hank” Daniels, Jr (1921 - 1973)

    Actor. Born in Plainfield, New Jersey. Henry started his acting career in 1944 with Meet me in St Louis, playing the part of Lon. This was also his most memorable role. Credited for five movies in 1945, they were This Man’s Navy, Thrill of a Romance, The Chicago Kid, Bewitched, and They were Expandable. His […]

    View Henry H. “Hank” Daniels, Jr's Grave
  • Henry Hathaway

    1898 - 1985

    Henry Hathaway (1898 - 1985)

    Henry Hathaway made his directorial debut in 1932 with a Western film production, Heritage of the Desert. Based on a Zane Grey novel, Hathaway gave Randolph Scott his first starring role in film that led to a lengthy career for Scott as a cowboy star. Hathaway, too, was a fan of stories of the settling […]

    View Henry Hathaway's Grave
  • Henry Hayden Lannigan

    1970 - 1970

    Henry Hayden Lannigan (1970 - 1970)

    Basketball Coach. Member of the College Basketball Hall of Fame. Known during his time as “the life and spirit of University of Virginia Athletics,” During his early years he excelled in track and field, defeated the Swedish fencing champion, and held for several year the world shot-put record. “Pop” Lannigan came to the University of […]

    View Henry Hayden Lannigan's Grave
  • Henry Haynes

    1920 - 1971

    Henry Haynes (1920 - 1971)

    Henry Haynes Haynes was born near Knoxville, Tennessee on July 29, 1920. He met Kenneth Burns during a WNOX-AM audition in 1936 when they were both 16 years old. Haynes strummed the guitar and Burns played the mandolin. Known as Junior and Dude (pronounced “dood’-ee”), the duo was rechristened Homer and Jethro when WNOX Program […]

    View Henry Haynes's Grave
  • Henry Heerup

    1907 - 1993

    Henry Heerup (1907 - 1993)

    Artist. Reknown as a painter and sculptor. Born and lived in Copenhagen and outskirts. His art is naive much like the illustration on his tombstone (which he made himself). Even though he didn’t have any relation to the abstract expressionism in his painting, he belonged to the circle around Cobra. He was the founder and […]

    View Henry Heerup's Grave
  • Henry Holcomb Bennett

    1863 - 1924

    Henry Holcomb Bennett (1863 - 1924)

    Author, Journalist, Poet. Author of the patriotic poem, “Hats Off– The Flag Goes By.”  Family links:  Parents:  John Briscoe Henry Bennett (1821 – 1903)  Eliza Jane McClintick Bennett (1829 – 1913)

    View Henry Holcomb Bennett's Grave
  • Henry Hugh Armstead

    1828 - 1905

    Henry Hugh Armstead (1828 - 1905)

    Artist. Born in Bloomsbury, London, he trained first under his father, then at the Government School of Design at Somerset House and afterwards at private art schools. He also studied with Edward Hodges Baily. At the age of eighteen he went to work for the silversmiths Hunt and Roskell. His works included “Kean Testimonial”, a […]

    View Henry Hugh Armstead's Grave
  • Henry Hull

    1890 - 1977

    Henry Hull (1890 - 1977)

    Henry Hull was born in Louisville, Kentucky, the son of William Madison Hull and Elinor Bond Vaughn. Early in his career, Hull appeared frequently on Broadway; he created the role of Jeeter Lester in the long-running play Tobacco Road (1933), based on the novel by Erskine Caldwell. Hull appeared in 74 films between 1917 and 1966, often […]

    View Henry Hull's Grave
  • Henry Huttleston Rogers

    1840 - 1909

    Henry Huttleston Rogers (1840 - 1909)

    Businessman and philanthropist.  He amassed a fortune so large he was listed in a 1996 study as one of the 25 most wealthy individuals in US history.  He was a major holder in John D. Rockefeller’s Standard Oil Trust, and had numerous investments of his own in copper, steel, natural gas, coal, and railroads.  Rogers […]

    View Henry Huttleston Rogers's Grave
  • Henry II of England

    1133 - 1189

    Henry II of England (1133 - 1189)

    Henry II (5 March 1133 – 6 July 1189), also known as Henry Curtmantle (French: Court-manteau), Henry FitzEmpress or Henry Plantagenet, ruled as Count of Anjou, Count of Maine, Duke of Normandy, Duke of Aquitaine, Count of Nantes, King of England (1154–89) and Lord of Ireland; at various times, he also controlled Wales, Scotland and […]

    View Henry II of England's Grave
  • Henry J. Heinz

    1844 - 1919

    Henry J. Heinz (1844 - 1919)

    Founder Henry John Heinz began packing foodstuffs on a small scale at Sharpsburg, Pennsylvania, in 1869. There he founded Heinz Noble & Company with a friend, L. Clarence Noble, and began marketing horseradish. The company went bankrupt in 1875, but the following year Heinz founded another company, F & J Heinz, with his brother John […]

    View Henry J. Heinz's Grave
  • Henry John “Hank” Aguirre

    1931 - 1994

    Henry John “Hank” Aguirre (1931 - 1994)

    Nicknamed “Mex” because he was of Mexican descent, Aguirre was born on January 31, 1931, in Azusa, California to Jenny Alva and Joseph Aguirre. Joseph was born in Jalisco, Mexico in 1902 and emigrated with his family during the time of the Mexican Revolution. Joseph and Jenny had seven children. Henry (Hank) Aguirre worked in […]

    View Henry John “Hank” Aguirre's Grave
  • Henry John Heinz

    1844 - 1919

    Henry John Heinz (1844 - 1919)

    Business Magnate. The son of German immigrants, he was the founder of the H.J. Heinz Company that grew into one of the largest food processers in the United States. As a youth, his father ran a brickyard and part of that property was used by his mother as a garden. By the age of 14 […]

    View Henry John Heinz's Grave
07080910111213141516171819NextLast