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Ned Henry

Ned Henry is a faculty member of the history department at Oxford. He is a specialist on World War II, and has been a key time travel operative for Lady Schrapnell in her quest to gather all of the information needed to reconstruct Coventry cathedral. Ned's exact age is never mentioned, but given his ability to pass as an older student and peer to the likes of young Terence St. Trewes, it can be assumed that he is not over thirty. He has spent the last six months running missions for Lady Schrapnell, mostly involving the specific disposition, arrangement, and fate of various items inside the Coventry cathedral before the Nazi bombing in late 1940.

Ned is quick witted and well educated. He is as at home trading historical theories with Oxford Professor Matthew Peddick as he is at identifying Terence's frequent poetry quotations. The errors he makes...

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