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Heneage Finch Heneage Finch may refer to (in chronological order):
Heneage Finch (speaker) Finch was the son of Sir Moyle Finch, 1st Baronet of Eastwell, Kent and his wife Elizabeth Finch, 1st Countess of Winchilsea. He matriculated into Trinity College, Cambridge in about 1592 and was awarded BA in 1596. He was admitted at Inner Temple in 1597 and called to the bar in 1606.
Heneage Finch (speaker) In 1624, Finch was elected MP for the City of London. He was re-elected MP for the CIty of London in 1625 and in 1626 and was chosen to serve as Speaker of the House for his last term in 1626.
Heneage Finch (speaker) Finch had seven sons and four daughters. One of his sons was Heneage Finch, 1st Earl of Nottingham. His daughter Anne married Edward Conway, Viscount Conway, and was a philosopher in the tradition of the Cambridge Platonists and an influence on Leibniz.
Heneage Finch (surveyor) He was granted along the Great North Road, which he named "Laguna".
Heneage Finch (speaker) Finch died at the age of 51 and was buried at Ravenstone, Buckinghamshire.
Heneage Finch (speaker) Sir Heneage Finch (1580 – 5 December 1631) was an English lawyer and politician who sat in the House of Commons at various times between 1607 and 1626. He was Speaker of the English House of Commons in 1626.
Heneage Finch (surveyor) Heneage born on 20 September 1793 in Surrey, England. He was the second son of Vice Admiral William Clement Finch (1758-1794) and Mary Brouncker. In 1815, he completed his studies in Mathematics at Christ Church College, Oxford.
Heneage Finch (surveyor) He married Elizabeth Foster on 9 January 1818 at Islington, England. He left Gravesend on 2 October 1824 on the "Grenada", with his wife, and they arrived in Sydney on 23 January 1825. Finch started in the Survey Office on 2 February 1825.
Heneage Finch (surveyor) Mount Finch (elevation 365m) and Finch County in New South Wales are named after him.