Herbert Hensley Henson (born 1863 in London, died 1947 in Hintlesham, Suffolk) was an Anglican priest, a controversialist and Bishop of Durham. In the public eye from 1892 after an outburst at a diocesan conference in which he referred to dissenting Protestant churches as -emissaries of Satan-, Henson provoked some bemusement among his peers by entitling his autobiography Retrospect of an Unimportant Life
Medical practitioner who is regarded as the father of medicine
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