Henry Cooke

Henry Cooke may refer to:

  • Henry Cooke (composer) (c. 1616–1672), English composer
  • Henry Cooke (artist) (1642–1700), British painter
  • Henry Cooke (minister) (1788–1868), Irish presbyterian leader
  • Henry D. Cooke (1825–1881), first territorial governor of the District of Columbia
  • Henry Frederick Cooke (1784–1837), British soldier

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Henry Cooke (composer)
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