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Thomas Plumer Halsey
... Thomas Plumer Halsey MP (26 January 1815 – 24 April 1854) was a Member of Parliament for Hertfordshire from 1846 to 1854. 1818), who, on his marriage in 1804 to Sarah, the only child of Thomas Halsey MP, assumed that surname by Act of Parliament ... Thomas Plumer Halsey was elected Member of Parliament for Hertfordshire unopposed in January 1846 following the elevation of the previous incumbent, James Grimston to the House of Lords ...
Halsey, Stuart & Co.
... Halsey, Stuart (later Bache Halsey Stuart Shields) was a Chicago-based investment bank founded in 1911 ... The fact that Halsey, Stuart was a significant Wall Street player (responsible for the most IPOs in 1951) led some observers to suspect that they had ... This claim that Halsey was a major IPO player is factually incorrect, Halsey Stuart was not involved in significant equity trades or IPO's ...
List Of United States Political Families (H) - The Halseys
... Silas Halsey (1743–1832), Sheriff of Suffolk County, New York 1787–1792 Supervisor of Ovid, New York 1794–1804 New York Assemblyman 1797–1798 1800–1801 ... Father of Nicoll Halsey and Jehiel H ... Halsey ...
Lionel Halsey - Early Life and Career
... Halsey was born in London, the fourth son of Sir Thomas Frederick Halsey, 1st Baronet ... In January 1905 Halsey was appointed Naval Member of the new Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve Committee at the Admiralty, and was promoted Captain on 30 June 1905 ... It was during this cruise that Halsey was given a Māori war skirt which he wore during the naval battles at Heligoland and Dogger Bank ...
Sir Walter Halsey, 2nd Baronet
... Sir Walter Johnston Halsey, 2nd Baronet OBE DL JP (1 June 1868–2 September 1950), sometime DL and JP for Hertfordshire and Middlesex, and Chair ... The son of Sir Frederick Halsey, the 1st Baronet, he was born in the parish of St George's, Hanover Square, London, England, and educated at Eton ... Halsey was a member of the prominent Halsey family of Hertfordshire, whose seat was at Gaddesden Place, near Hemel Hempstead, his grandfather ...

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