Lee Henry


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Lee

, Henry Known as "Light Horse Harry." 1756-1818.
American Revolutionary politician and soldier. He served in the Virginia legislature (1785-1788 and 1789-1791) and as governor of Virginia (1792-1795).
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Dean Shelley, 27, from North Dublin, appeared in court yesterday charged with dangerous driving causing the death of Lee Henry and failing to remain at the scene.
Lee Henry boarded a plane to visit a sick Airman who had suffered a major heart attack, doctors had diagnosed him with terminal cancer.
LEE HENRY (HARRY) Peacefully in hospital on April 16.
Lee Henry will give a free talk and slideshow presentation at 4 p.m.
Attending the bride as matron of honor was Bonnie Lee Henry, sister of the bride.
South Shields duo Lee Henry and Phil McCluskey both picked up bronze medals in their respective 400 metres races, Henry in the over-40 section and McCluskey at over-55.
Hatch, Thomas Francis Heighton - high honors, Robin Lee Henry, Lillian Theresa-Brianna Hodge, Tamar Jerome, Randy Daniel Jimenez, Ramesha Qamar Khan - high honors, John F.
About the Author Lee Henry, CCIM, is a registered representative with Pacific West Securities Inc., and a commercial associate broker at Re/Max Properties Inc.
The Charlton defence left Dickinson unmarked on47 minutes as he rose to meet another of Lee Henry's superb corners and opened the scoring with a bullet header.
BABY Lee Henry followed a family tradition when he was born on Christmas Day - just like his proud dad.
A Matrix Theater Company presentation of a musical in two acts with music and lyrics by Gregg Lee Henry, hook by Lynn Siefert.
Philip Harvey, 21, and Lee Henry, 23, scaled a razor-wired wall and stole a car to aid them in their breakout from the Category C Verne jail on the Isle of Portland, in Dorset.