I. biographical name Henry Cabot 1850-1924 American statesman & author II. biographical name Henry Cabot 1902-1985 grandson of preceding American politician & diplomat III. biographical name Sir Oliver Joseph 1851-1940 English physicist IV. biographical name Thomas 1558-1625 English poet & dramatist

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