Henry Halford Vaughan

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Henry Halford Vaughan
Born (1811-08-27)27 August 1811
1 Montague Place, London, England
Died 19 April 1885(1885-04-19) (aged 73)
Upton Castle, Pembrokeshire, Wales
Nationality British
Occupation Historian
Title Regius Professor of Modern History
Term 1848-1858
Predecessor John Antony Cramer
Successor Goldwin Smith
Children William Wyamar Vaughan
Parent(s) John Vaughan (puisne judge)

Sir Henry Halford Vaughan, or Halford Vaughan (27 August 1811 – 19 April 1885) was an English historian, Regius Professor of History at Oxford University, 1848-1858. The son of Sir John Vaughan (1769-1839). His own son was the educationalist William Wyamar Vaughan.

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