Henry Austin Lee
Sir Henry Austin Lee KCMG CB (1847—7 November 1918) was a British diplomat, governor and landowner. He was counselor of embassy, commercial attache for France, Belgium, and Switzerland. He was a tenant of the Channel Island of Jethou from 1890 until his death; he was succeeded as tenant of Jethou by Compton Mackenzie. He married Madeleine de Wolf Smith in 1892.
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