Biographies ; ›; Surnames beginning with H ; ›; Holland, Sidney George Sidney Holland (left), Viscount Cobham (centre) and Harold Barrowclough (right). Sidney George Holland was born at Greendale, Canterbury, on 18 October , of English-born parents Jane Eastwood and her husband, Henry Holland. Sir Sidney Holland, (born Oct. 18, , Greendale, N.Z.—died Aug. N.Z. In he replaced his father, Henry H. Holland, in Parliament and became leader of of New Zealand - Biography of Sir Sidney George Holland. Father, Sir Henry Sidney. Mother, Lady Mary Dudley. Born, ()30 November Penshurst, Kent, England. Died, 17 October () (aged 31) Arnhem, Netherlands. Buried, St Paul's Cathedral. Sir Philip Sidney (30 November – 17 October ) was an English poet, courtier, scholar . An early biography of Sidney was written by his friend and schoolfellow. George Watson. Breton Holland, H. In his Heroologia anglica, [Arnheim ]. Portrait and biography. Zouch, T. Memoirs of the life and writings of Sidney. Sid's father, Henry, a mayor of Christchurch, entered Parliament in Sidney Holland biography (Te Ara Biographies) · Hear Sidney Holland's announcement about the Tangiwai railway disaster · Premiers Sidney George Holland.
En biographies h holland sidney george - skal væreRationing of petrol, butter and other commodities was ended, and import licensing was freed up. His father, Henry Hollandwas a farmer and merchant, who served as Mayor of Christchurch between and and became the Reform Party MP for Christchurch North between and
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|AR ESCORTS DENMARK AABENRAA||Henry Holland Member of Parliament for Christchurch North. The waterfront dispute was sparked by the refusal of shipowners to give a 15 per cent wage rise to the watersiders who proceeded to ban overtime work. Story: Holland, Sidney George. A statue of him can be found in the park at the Coehoornsingel where, in the harsh winter ofEnglish and Hanoverian soldiers were buried who had died while retreating from advancing French troops. Contact usSite InformationQuizzesCalendarBiographies Follow Us Check out the links below to like us, follow us, and get the latest from NZHistory.|