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Henry Ford

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Public figures named Henry Ford include:

Henry Ford (1863-1947), American automotive pioneer and founder of Ford Motor Company.

Henry Ford II (1917-1987), grandson of Henry Ford and former CEO of Ford Motor Company.

Henry Chapman Ford (1828-1894), illustrator known for his paintings of California's Franciscan missions.

Henry P. Ford (1837-1905), Pittsburgh mayor from 1896-1899.

Henry Jones Ford (1851-1925), political scientist, government official during Woodrow Wilson's administration, and author.

Henry Justice Ford (1860-1941), British illustrator best known for his work on Andrew Lang's "colored fairy" book series.

Edmund Brisco "Henry" Ford (1901-1988), British geneticist and founder of the field of ecological genetics.

Henry Ford (1971-), professional football player who played for the Houston Oilers, Tennessee Titans, and New Orleans Saints.

Henry Ford may also refer to:

The Henry Ford, a museum in Dearborn, Michigan that focuses on American ingenuity. Artifacts include a large collection of historic cars.

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