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  • Last name begins with: H
  • Hahn-Hahn, Ida Marie Louise Gustave, Gräfin von (1805–80), German writer.
  • Hall, Anna Maria (née Fielding, 1800–81), writer. In AB-1, AB-3, AB-4, AB-5.
  • Hall, Robert (1764–1831), Baptist minister.
  • Hall, Samuel Carter (1800–89), journal editor and writer. In AB-2, AB-5.
  • Hall, Spencer Timothy (1812–85), writer and mesmerist.
  • Hallam, Arthur Henry (1811–33), poet and essayist.
  • Hallam, Henry (1777–1859), historian.
  • Hallé, Charles (1819–95), Prussian-born pianist and conductor. In AB–3, AB–4, AB–5, AB–6.
  • Hamilton, Maria Rosalie (née Colbiörnsen, 1793–1878), correspondent. In AB-3, AB-4.
  • Hamilton-Gordon, see Gordon, Hamilton-.
  • Handel, George Frederick (1685–1759), German composer.
  • Hanford, Compton John (1819–60), translator. Witnessed the signing of the Brownings marriage settlement.
  • Hanford, Elizabeth (née Martin, 1783–1844), of Woolashill Hall, Worcestershire.
  • Hanford, Frances (afterwards Flood, 1823–75), sister of Compton John Hanford.
  • Hanmer, John (1809–81), 1st Baron Hanmer, poet and politician. In AB-2, AB-4, AB-5, AB-6.
  • Hanna, Robert Maxwell (1821–57), pastor of the Free Scotch Church at Florence. In AB-4.
  • Harding, Augusta (afterwards Pym, 1830–81), correspondent.
  • Harding, Augustus James (d. 1871, aged 60), portrait painter.
  • Harding, Francis Pym (1820–75), army officer and administrator.
  • Harding, James (1787–1868), physician.
  • Harness, William (1790–1869), literary scholar. In AB-2, AB-5.
  • Hart, Joel Tanner (1810–77), American sculptor residing in Florence.
  • Haworth, Euphrasia Fanny (1802–83), author and artist. In AB-2, AB-3, AB-4, AB-5, AB-6. See biographical sketch.
  • Hawthorn, Robert (1791-1869), co-executor, with James Booth (1796-1880), of John Kenyon’s estate. In AB-4, AB-5.
  • Hawthorne, Nathaniel (1804–64), American novelist. In AB-4.

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