Henry Bland was an 18th-century cleric.
He was born in 1706 in Yorkshire and educated at Eton College and King's College, Cambridge. He was Rector of Great Bircham, Norfolk from 1706 to 1744 and of Harpley, Norfolk, 1715 to 1744; an Honorary Chaplain to the King and Chaplain to the Royal Chelsea Hospital from 1716; Headmaster of Doncaster School from 1699 to 1710 and then of Eton College from 1719; and Canon of Windsor from 1723 to 1733.
He died on 24 May 1746.
- ECCO TCP
- Clergy Database
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