Henry Herbert

Henry Herbert may refer to:

British peers
  • Henry Herbert (MP for Monmouthshire) (died 1598), MP for Monmouthshire (UK Parliament constituency)
  • Henry Herbert, 2nd Earl of Pembroke (1534–1601), Custos Rotulorum and Lord Lieutenant
  • Henry Herbert, 9th Earl of Pembroke (1693–1750), English colonel, Groom of the Stole, Lord Lieutenant of Wiltshire 1733–1750
  • Henry Herbert, 10th Earl of Pembroke (1734–1794), Lord of the Bedchamber, Governor of Portsmouth and Lord Lieutenant of Wiltshire 1756–1780 and 1782–1794
  • Henry Herbert, 17th Earl of Pembroke (1939–2003), British aristocrat, film director and producer
  • Henry Herbert, 1st Baron Herbert of Chirbury (1654–1709), English MP for Bewdley and for Worcester, Custos Rotulorum of Brecknockshire
  • Henry Herbert, 2nd Baron Herbert of Chirbury (a. 1678–1738)
  • Henry Herbert, 4th Baron Herbert of Chirbury (c. 1640–1691)
  • Henry Herbert, 1st Earl of Carnarvon (died 1811), English MP for Wilton, Master of the Horse
  • Henry Herbert, 2nd Earl of Carnarvon (1772-1833), his son, English MP for Cricklade
  • Henry Herbert, 3rd Earl of Carnarvon (1800-1849), English MP for Wootton Bassett
  • Henry Herbert, 4th Earl of Carnarvon (1831-1890), Secretary of State for the Colonies and Lord Lieutenant of Ireland
  • Henry Herbert, 6th Earl of Carnarvon (1898–1987)
  • Henry Herbert, 7th Earl of Carnarvon (1924-2001), English peer and racing manager
  • Henry Arthur Herbert, 1st Earl of Powis (1703–1772)
Other people
  • Henry Herbert (Master of the Revels) to Charles I and Charles II of England
  • Henry Herbert (actor), English stage actor and producer, better known in the U.S.
  • Henry Arthur Herbert (1756–1821), Anglo-Irish landowner and Irish MP for Kerry and Tralee, British MP for East Grinstead
  • Henry Arthur Herbert (1815–1866), (grandson of the above), Anglo-Irish landowner and Chief Secretary for Ireland, British MP for Kerry 1847–1866
  • Henry Arthur Herbert (1840–1901), (son of the above), Anglo-Irish landowner and British MP for Kerry 1866–1880
  • Henry William Herbert, novelist and sports writer

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... Lord Herbert left two sons, Richard (c. 1600-1655), who succeeded him as 2nd Lord Herbert of Cherbury, and Edward, the title becoming extinct in the person of Henry Herbert, the 4th baron, grandson of the 1st Lord Herbert ... In 1694, however, it was revived in favour of another Henry Herbert (1654–1709), son of Sir Henry Herbert (1595–1673), brother of the 1st Lord Herbert of Cherbury ...
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