Sweet Henry


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 (swēt), Henry 1845-1912.
British phonetician and philologist. A founder of modern phonetics, he is known especially for his History of English Sounds (1874).
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At the age of 16, he produced and directed his first show in NYC (a revival of Bob Merrill's Henry, Sweet Henry) at The Lambs Theatre.
He came to Promises, Promises with two Broadway shows under his belt, the flops A Joyful Noise and Henry, Sweet Henry, and two Tony nominations.
21, 1916, in Imperial, Neb., to Frank and Pearl Sweet Henry. He married Elizabeth Davis in Carson City, Nev., on June 12, 1970.