Thom's Irish Who's Who/Henry, Robert Mitchell
HENRY, Robert Mitchell, M.A. (R.U.I.), B.A. (Lond.), Professor of Latin and Secretary to the Academic Council, Queen's University, Belfast; Member of Royal Irish Academy; President of the Classical Association of Ireland, 1920; Member of Senate Q.U.B.; late Extern Examiner in Classics, University of Birmingham and National University of Ireland; Lord Lieutenant's Inspector of Endowed Schools, Ireland: Chairman of Trade Boards (Ireland). Educ.: Methodist College, and Queen's College, Belfast; graduated with First Class Honours in Classics, Royal University of Ireland, 1893; with First Class Honours in Classics. London University, 1895; M.A., and Studentship in Classics, R.U.I., 1898; Junior Fellowship in Classics, R.U.I., 1900. Pubns.: Livy, Book xxvi., edited, with Introduction, Notes, and Appendices, 1905; Selections from Livy with Introduction, 1906; with Rev. F. W. O'Connell) An Irish Corpus Astronomiae, edited with Introduction, Translation, Notes and Glossary, 1914; The Evolution of Sinn Fein, 1920; articles in Classical Review, etc; eldest son of late Rev. Robert Mitchell Henry, of Belfast, and Kate, dau. of late Rev. Thomas Berry, of Athlone; b. 11th Feb., 1873; m. Margaret Jane, dau. of late John MacFarland, of Omagh Res. Croshill, Windsor Avenue, Belfast.