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100 Perfect Middle Names For Henry [Catchy & Cool]

TheBiranchi Team has collected a new list of the Top 100 most perfect middle names for Henry, which might sound perfect for your newborn.

In this article, you will get to know the meaning, gender, and origin of the name Henry. Also, we have arranged a list of the best middle names for Henry, and a comprehensive list of the Most Famous People Named Henry.

Henry: Meaning & Origin

Henry means – Home ruler

Henry gender – Masculine

Henry origin – Germanic

You can find the Meaning, Origin, Personality Traits, Horoscope, and detailed information about the name Henry here.

100 Best Middle Names For Henry

Are you looking for a perfect middle name for Henry? Check out these awesome middle names:

  1. Henry Alexander
  2. Henry Allen
  3. Henry Anthony
  4. Henry Arthur
  5. Henry Asher
  6. Henry Ashton
  7. Henry Atticus
  8. Henry Austin
  9. Henry Banks
  10. Henry Beau
  11. Henry Beckham
  12. Henry Benedict
  13. Henry Benjamin
  14. Henry Blake
  15. Henry Bryan
  16. Henry Cade
  17. Henry Cale
  18. Henry Carter
  19. Henry Charles
  20. Henry Clark
  21. Henry Clay
  22. Henry Cole
  23. Henry Colt
  24. Henry Cooper
  25. Henry Dane
  26. Henry Daniel
  27. Henry David
  28. Henry Dean
  29. Henry Declan
  30. Henry Dominic
  31. Henry Donovan
  32. Henry Dorian
  33. Henry Duke
  34. Henry Edward
  35. Henry Elias
  36. Henry Elliott
  37. Henry Ellis
  38. Henry Emilio
  39. Henry Evan
  40. Henry Finn
  41. Henry Fox
  42. Henry Francis
  43. Henry Franklin
  44. Henry Frederick
  45. Henry Gabriel
  46. Henry George
  47. Henry Graham
  48. Henry Grant
  49. Henry Gray
  50. Henry Gregory
  51. Henry Griffin
  52. Henry Hale
  53. Henry Harmon
  54. Henry Isaac
  55. Henry Jack
  56. Henry Jackson
  57. Henry Jacob
  58. Henry James
  59. Henry Jasper
  60. Henry Jax
  61. Henry John
  62. Henry Jonas
  63. Henry Jonathan
  64. Henry Jude
  65. Henry Julian
  66. Henry Kai
  67. Henry Knox
  68. Henry Kyle
  69. Henry Lachlan
  70. Henry Levi
  71. Henry Llyod
  72. Henry Lucas
  73. Henry Maddox
  74. Henry Marshall
  75. Henry Matthew
  76. Henry Maxwell
  77. Henry Michael
  78. Henry Morgan
  79. Henry Nathaniel
  80. Henry Owen
  81. Henry Phillip
  82. Henry Richard
  83. Henry Rivers
  84. Henry Robert
  85. Henry Robin
  86. Henry Ronan
  87. Henry Sawyer
  88. Henry Sebastian
  89. Henry Silas
  90. Henry Steven
  91. Henry Theodore
  92. Henry Thomas
  93. Henry Todd
  94. Henry Vaughn
  95. Henry Vincent
  96. Henry Walden
  97. Henry Wells
  98. Henry Wilder
  99. Henry William
  100. Henry Wyatt

Nicknames For Henry

Nicknames are a great way to show your newborn you love them. Here are a few of the most popular Henry nicknames:

  • Hal
  • Hank
  • Hankie
  • Harry
  • Hen
  • Henny
  • Huck
  • Ry-Ry
  • Rye

Names Similar to Henry

Check out these similar-sounding names list to discover more names that are similar to Henry.

  • Albert
  • Arthur
  • Benjamin
  • Charles
  • Daniel
  • Edmund
  • Felix
  • Finn
  • George
  • Hugo
  • Jack
  • James
  • John
  • Joseph
  • Lawrence
  • Lucas
  • Milo
  • Oliver
  • Owen
  • Robert
  • Samuel
  • Simon
  • Steven
  • Theodore
  • Thomas
  • Vincent
  • Wesley
  • William

Most Famous People Named Henry

Our names have the potential to influence our behavior, physical appearance, career path and life choices, popularity, and how others perceive us.  If a child has a story behind his name, it can motivate him to be like his namesake and to emulate that person’s good qualities.

Go through the list of popular personalities named Henry:

Prince Harry (born 1984; formally Prince Henry, Duke of Sussex), British prince and military officer
Henry I the Bearded (c. 1165/70 – 19 March 1238), High Duke of Poland
Henry VII (died 1313), Holy Roman Emperor
Henry II the Pious, Duke of Silesia at Wrocław and Duke of Kraków, High Duke of all Poland, and Duke of Southern Greater Poland
Henry Stuart, Lord Darnley (1545–1567), king consort of Scotland
Henry Frederick, Prince of Wales (1594–1612)
Frederick Henry, Prince of Orange (1584–1647), Stadtholder of Holland, one of the principal commanders of the Dutch Revolt
Henry Julius, Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg (1564–1614)
Prince Henry, Duke of Gloucester, third son and fourth child of King George V and Queen Mary, served as Governor-General of Australia from 1945 to 1947
Henry (son of Edward I)
Henry, Duke of Villena, Grand Master of the Order of Santiago
Henry the Lion, Duke of Saxony and Duke of Bavaria, one of the principal commanders of the Second Crusade, Wendish Crusade, and Battle of Verchen
Henry Bretislaus, member of the Přemyslid dynasty, Bishop of Prague from 1182, then Duke of Bohemia as “Bretislaus III”
Henry Compton, Bishop of London during the Glorious Revolution
Henry Oldenburg, German theologian, diplomat, natural philosopher, and creator of scientific peer review, one of the foremost intelligencers of Europe of the seventeenth century
Henry Zdik, Bishop of Olomouc, one of the principal commanders of the Wendish Crusade
Henry de Audley (1175–1246), English baron
Henry Bathurst, 3rd Earl Bathurst (1762–1834)
Henry de Bohun, medieval knight killed by King Robert I of Scotland
Henry Borwin II, Lord of Mecklenburg
Henry Brooke, 11th Baron Cobham
Henry Bulwer, 1st Baron Dalling and Bulwer
Henry Carey, 1st Baron Hunsdon (1526–1596)
Henry Dandolo (1107–1205), 41st Doge of Venice, one of the principal commanders of the Fourth Crusade, Battle of Adrianople (1205), Sack of Constantinople, Siege of Constantinople (1203) and Byzantine–Venetian war of 1171
Henry of Grosmont, 1st Duke of Lancaster (c. 1310–1361), member of the English royal family, diplomat, politician, and soldier, one of the principal commanders of the Hundred Years’ War (1337–1360), Battle of Bergerac, Battle of Auberoche and Lancaster’s chevauchée of 1346
Henry Hardinge, 1st Viscount Hardinge (1785–1856), British Army officer and politician
Henry Hotspur Percy, late-medieval English nobleman, one of the principal commanders of the Battle of Homildon Hill, Battle of Otterburn and Battle of Shrewsbury
Henry Pierrepont, 1st Marquess of Dorchester
Henry Mordaunt, 2nd Earl of Peterborough
Henry de Nassau, Lord Overkirk, Dutch nobleman and military general
Henry Wriothesley, 3rd Earl of Southampton (1573–1624)
Herbert Henry Asquith, Prime minister of Great Britain, one of the principal commanders of World War I
Henry Campbell-Bannerman, British statesman and Liberal Party politician who served as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Henry Pelham, British Whig statesman, who served as Prime Minister of Great Britain from 1743 until his death, one of the principal commanders of the War of the Austrian Succession and War of Jenkins’ Ear
Henry John Temple, 3rd Viscount Palmerston, British statesman who served twice as Prime Minister in the mid-19th century, one of the principal commanders of Crimean War
Henry A. Wallace, American politician, journalist, and farmer who served as the 33rd Vice President of the United States, the 11th United States Secretary of Agriculture and the 10th United States Secretary of Commerce
Henry Athukorale (1930-2019), Sri Lankan Sinhala army officer
Henry Bagenal (c. 1556–1598), marshal of the Royal Irish Army, one of the principal commanders of the Irish Nine Years’ War and Battle of the Yellow Ford
Henry Washington Benham, American general and civil engineer, one of the principal commanders of Battle of Secessionville
Henry “Harry” Chauvel, senior officer of the Australian Imperial Force during World War I, one of the principal commanders of Sinai and Palestine campaign, Battle of Romani, Battle of Magdhaba, Battle of Beersheba (1917), Battle of Sharon, Capture of Damascus and Pursuit to Haritan
Henry Clay Jr., American politician and soldier from Kentucky, one of the principal commanders of Mexican-American War and Battle of Buena Vista
Henry Crerar, senior officer of the Canadian Army who became the country’s “leading field commander” in World War II, where he commanded the First Canadian Army, one of the principal commanders of the Battle of the Scheldt
Henry Docwra, 1st Baron Docwra of Culmore, English-born soldier and statesman in 17th-century Ireland, founder of the city of Derry, one of the principal commanders of the Irish Nine Years’ War
Henry Every (born c. 1653), British pirate
Henry Gurney, British colonial administrator, one of the principal commanders of the Malayan Emergency
Henry Ruhl Guss (1825-1907), Union Army brevet Major General
Henry Hawley, British army officer who served in the wars of the first half of the 18th century, one of the principal commanders of the Battle of Falkirk Muir and Jacobite rising of 1745
Henry Kent Hewitt, United States Navy commander of amphibious operations in north Africa and southern Europe through World War II, one of the principal commanders of Operation Torch, Naval Battle of Casablanca, Battle of Gela (1943) and Operation Dragoon
Roscoe Henry Hillenkoetter, third director of the post–World War II United States Central Intelligence Group (CIG), the third Director of Central Intelligence (DCI), and the first director of the Central Intelligence Agency created by the National Security Act of 1947
Henry Horne, 1st Baron Horne (1861–1929), British military officer during World War I, one of the principal commanders of the Battle of Arras (1917) and Battle of Cambrai (1918)
Henry Jackson, Royal Navy officer, one of the principal commanders of the U-boat Campaign (World War I)
Henry Kissinger (born 1923), German-born American politician, one of the principal commanders of Operation Freedom Deal and Cambodian Civil War
Henry Louis Larsen (1890–1962), United States Marine Corps general, Governor of American Samoa and Governor of Guam
Henry Leach, British Royal Army officer, one of the principal commanders of Falklands War
Henry Lukin, South African military commander
Henry Perera (1930–2009), admiral and Commander of the Sri Lanka Navy from 1979 to 1983
Henry Rathbone (1837–1911), American military officer and diplomat present during the assassination of Abraham Lincoln
Henry Rawlinson, 1st Baron Rawlinson (1864–1925), British General, commander of British Indian Army, one of the principal commanders of Battle of Rooiwal, Battle of Amiens (1918), Battle of the Somme, Second Battle of the Somme and Battle of St Quentin Canal
Henry Jenner Scobell, British military leader who served as the last officer in command of Cape Colony before the formation of the Union of South Africa, one of the principal commanders of the Battle of Groenkloof
William Henry Hudson Southerland (1852–1933), American rear admiral, one of the principal commanders of the United States occupation of Nicaragua
Henry Tandey, English soldier, most highly decorated private of World War I who supposedly spared Adolf Hitler’s life during the war, recipient of the Victoria Cross for actions during the First World War
Henry Hugh Tudor, British soldier and officer during the Second Boer War and First World War, one of the principal commanders of the Irish War of Independence
Sir Henry Wells, a senior officer in the Australian Army, Chief of the General Staff from 1954 to 1958, one of the principal commanders of the Malayan Emergency
Henry Tingle Wilde (1872–1912), chief officer of the RMS Titanic
Henry Williams, leader of the Church Missionary Society (CMS) mission in New Zealand in the first half of the 19th century and during the Flagstaff War
Sir Henry Wilson, 1st Baronet (1864–1922), senior British Army staff officer during the First World War and Irish unionist politician
Henry Maitland Wilson, senior British Army officer of the 20th century, one of the principal commanders of Mediterranean and Middle East theatre of World War II, Balkans campaign (World War II), Battle of Greece and Operation Compass
Henry Wirz, Swiss-American officer of the Confederate States Army and a convicted war criminal, the commandant of the stockade of Camp Sumter concentration camp
Henry Abeywickrema (1905–1976), Sri Lankan Cabinet minister
Henry Addington, 1st Viscount Sidmouth (1757–1844), British statesman and Prime Minister of United Kingdom, one of the principal commanders of the French Revolutionary Wars
Henry Woodward Amarasuriya (1904–1981), Sri Lankan Cabinet minister, founding member of the United National Party, educationist, philanthropist, and plantation owner
Henry Bathurst, 3rd Earl Bathurst, British politician and Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs
Henry Bertram Price, Governor of Guam
Henry Givens Burgess, Irish railway executive and politician
Henry Francis Bryan (1865–1944), 17th Governor of American Samoa
Henry Clay (1777–1852), American statesman, politician, war hawk, presidential candidate, and founder of the Whig Party
Henry De Mel (1877-1936), Sri Lankan Sinhala industrialist, lawyer, philanthropist, and member of the Legislative Council of Ceylon
Henry D. Gilpin (1801-1860), 14th Attorney General of the United States
Henry Goonesekera, Sri Lankan Sinhala politician, member of the 2nd State Council of Ceylon
Henry Goulburn (1784–1856), British Conservative statesman and a member of the Peelite faction after 1846
Henry Schell Hagert (1826-1885), District attorney for Philadelphia
James Henry Hammond (1807–1864), 60th governor of South Carolina
Henry Harcourt (1873–1933), British politician
Henry Kotelawala, Sri Lankan Sinhala politician
Henry McMaster (born 1947), American politician
Henry Morgan (1635–1688), Welsh pirate, privateer, slaveholder, and Lieutenant Governor of Jamaica, one of the principal commanders of the Anglo-Spanish War (1654–1660)
Henry Paulson, American banker who served as the 74th United States Secretary of the Treasury from 2006 to 2009
Henry Peiris (1910-1959), Sri Lankan Sinhala Marxist politician
Henry Pelham-Clinton, 5th Duke of Newcastle, British politician and Secretary of State for War and the Colonies
Henry Petty-Fitzmaurice, 5th Marquess of Lansdowne, British statesman who served successively as the fifth Governor General of Canada, Viceroy of India, Secretary of State for War, and Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs
Henry Phipps, 1st Earl of Mulgrave, British politician and Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs
Henry Pollock, English barrister who became a prominent politician in Hong Kong, the attorney general of Hong Kong
Henry Riggs Rathbone (1870–1928), congressman from Illinois
Henry Thambiah (1906–1997), Sri Lankan Tamil academic, judge, and diplomat
Henry Lorensz Wendt (1858-1911), Sri Lankan Burgher lawyer, judge, and legislator
Henry, Indian producer
Henry Cavill (born 1983), British actor
Henry Czerny, Canadian film, stage, and television actor
Henry Daniell (1894–1963), English actor
Henry Fonda (1905–1982), American actor
Henry Golding (born 1987), British Malaysian actor
Henry Hathaway (1898–1985), American film director
Henry Hunter Hall (born 1997), American actor
Henry Jayasena (1931–2009), Sri Lankan actor in cinema, television, and theater
Henry King (1886–1982), American actor and film director
Henry Koster (1905–1988), German-American film director
Henry Roxby Beverley (1790–1863), English actor
Henry Selick (born 1952), American stop-motion film director
Henry B. Walthall (1878–1936), American actor
Henry Winkler (born 1945), American actor and producer
Henry Jackman (born 1974), English composer
Henry John Deutschendorf Jr (1943-1997) known professionally as John Denver, American singer
Henry Krtschil (1932–2020), German composer
Henry Lau (born 1989), Canadian singer, musician, and actor
Henry Mancini (1924–1994), American composer
Henry Purcell (1659–1695), English composer
Henry Rollins (born 1961), American singer
Henry Samuel (born 1963), British singer-songwriter known professionally as Seal
W. Henry Bragg, British physicist, chemist, mathematician, and active sportsman
Henry Fox Talbot (1800–1877), English scientist, inventor, and photography pioneer
Henry Parker Sartwell (1792–1867), American botanist
Henry Bizot (1901–1990), French banker and first chairman of the Banque Nationale de Paris
Henry Flagler (1830–1913), American tycoon, real estate promoter, and railroad developer, known as the father of Miami, Florida
Henry Ford (1863–1947), American inventor, industrialist, father of the modern assembly line, and founder of Ford Motor Company
William Henry “Bill” Gates, American business magnate, software developer, investor, philanthropist, and co-founder of Microsoft Corporation, one of the entrepreneurs and pioneers of the microcomputer revolution of the 1970s and 1980s
Henry Givens Burgess, Irish railway executive and politician
Henry J. Heinz, German entrepreneur and founder of Heinz Ketchup company
H. F. S. Morgan (1881–1959), English sports car manufacturer and founder and chairman of the Morgan Motor Company
Henry Sy (1924–2019), Chinese-Filipino billionaire, business magnate, investor, and philanthropist
Henry Hudson (born c. 1560s/70s), English sea explorer
Prince Henry the Navigator (1394–1460), responsible for the early development of European exploration and maritime trade with other continents
Ralph Henry Barbour, American novelist
Henry G. Brinton (born 1960), American author and pastor, a contributor to the Washington Post and USA Today
Henry James (1843–1916), American author
Henry Charles Lea (1825-1909), American historian
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (1807–1882), American poet
Henry Miller (1891–1980), American writer
Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862), American author
Henry Lee Lucas, American serial killer
Henry Ward Ranger (1858–1916), American artist
John Henry Lorimer, Scottish painter
Henry Moore (1898–1986), English sculptor and artist
Henry Orth (1866–1946), American architect
Henry Parayre (1879–1970), French sculptor
Henry Payne, British stained glass artist, watercolourist and painter of frescoes
Henry Richardson (born 1961), American sculptor
Henry Strater (1896–1987) American painter, and illustrator
Henry Ossawa Tanner, American artist and the first African-American painter to gain international acclaim
Henry “Hank” Aaron (1934–2021), American baseball player
Henry Austin (baseball) (1844–1904), American baseball player
Henry Adrian Austin (born 1972), Barbadian cricketer
Henry Fitzherbert Austin (1874–1957), Barbadian cricketer
Henry Bibby (born 1949), American basketball player
Henry Cárdenas (born 1965), Colombian road cyclist
Henry Cejudo (born 1987), American mixed martial artist and UFC Flyweight Champion
Henry Collins (boxer) (born 1977), Australian boxer
Henry Cooper (1934–2011), British boxer, British, European and Commonwealth heavyweight champion in 1970
Henry Duhamel (1853–1917), French mountaineer, author, and skiing pioneer
Henry Louis “Lou” Gehrig (1903–1941), American baseball player nicknamed “The Iron Horse”
Hank Greenberg (1911–1986), American hall of fame baseball player
Henry Hynoski (born 1988), American football player
Henry Hynoski Sr. (born 1953), American football player
Henry Marsh (athlete) (born 1954), American long-distance runner
Henry Maske (born 1964), German boxer
Henry Menzies (1867–1938), Scottish rugby union player
Henry Mondeaux (born 1995), American football player
Henry Obst (1906–1975), American football player
Henry Orth (American football) (1897–1980), American football player
Henry Prusoff (1912–1943), American professional tennis player
Henry Ruggs (born 1999), American football player
Henry Schichtle (born 1941), American football player
Henry Speight (born 1988), Australian rugby union player
Henry Surtees (1991–2009), British racing driver
Henry Sugut (born 1985), Kenyan long-distance runner
Henry Allingham (1896–2009), briefly the world’s oldest man
H. Parrott Bacot (born Henry Parrott Bacot; 1941–2020), art historian and museum director
Henry Adams Bellows, newspaper editor and radio executive
Henry Engelbert (1826–1901), German-American architect
Henry Louis Gates Jr., American literary critic, professor, historian, filmmaker, and public intellectual who serves as the Alphonse Fletcher University Professor and Director of the Hutchins Center for African and African American Research at Harvard University
Henry Alfred Ian Goonetilleke, Sri Lankan Sinhala library director at the University of Peradeniya and scholar
Henry Wilson Hodge (1865-1919), American civil engineer
Henry Kelly (born 1946), Irish television presenter and radio DJ
Henry George, American political economist and journalist
Henry Goddard Leach (1880–1970), American Scandinavian studies scholar
Henry Mayhew, English social researcher, journalist, playwright, and reform advocate
Henry More, English philosopher of the Cambridge Platonist school
Henry Newman, British political adviser
Henry Omaga-Diaz (born 1961), Filipino journalist, news anchor, and radio newscaster
Henry F. Pulitzer (1899–1979), Austrian-born publisher and art collector
Henry Winthrop Sargent (1810–1882), American horticulturist

You can find the Meaning, Origin, Personality Traits, Horoscope, and detailed information about the name Henry here.

Final Thoughts From TheBiranchi:

Naming a baby is so hard but it is an important decision you have to make as a parent. It can be fun, but the responsibility of naming another human being can make it a bit intimidating. After all, your child will carry that name throughout their life.

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