Sir Henry Gawdy (c. 1553–1621), of Claxton, Norfolk, was an English politician.
He served as a Justice of the Peace for Suffolk from 1593 and was appointed High Sheriff of Norfolk for 1592–93 and 1607–08. He was elected a Member of Parliament (MP) for Norfolk in 1597 and 1601 and knighted KB in 1603.
He married twice: firstly Elizabeth, the daughter of Robert Warner of Norwich, with whom he had 6 sons and a daughter and secondly Elizabeth Barnardiston, widow of Sir Charles Framlingham. He was succeeded by his son Robert.
- "GAWDY, Henry (c.1553-1621), of Claxton, Norf.". History of Parliament Online. Retrieved 21 April 2013.
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With: Sir John Townsend 1597–1601
Sir Nathaniel Bacon
Sir Charles Cornwallis
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