Sir Charles Henry de Soysa (3 March 1836 – 29 September 1890) was a Ceylonese entrepreneur and philanthropist. He was a pioneering planter, industrialist and was the wealthiest Ceylonese of the 19th century. He was instrumental in the establishment of the first Ceylonese bank, the Moratuwa carpenters guild, the Ceylon Agricultural and National Associations. He is widely considered as the greatest philanthropist of the island for contributions which includes the De Soysa Maternity Hospital, the Prince and Princess of Wales Colleges, St. Matthias Church, the Model Farm Experimental Station and many other institutions and acts of charity. He was the country's first Knight Bachelor (posthumous).

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  • 45xCe modèle est-il pertinent ? Cliquez pour en voir d'autres.Cet article est orphelin. Moins de trois articles lui sont liés (décembre 2011). Aidez à ajouter des liens en plaçant le code [[Charles Henry de Soysa]] dans les articles relatifs au sujet. Charles Henry de Soysa (3 mars 1836 - 29 septembre 1890) était un philanthrope, homme le plus riche de son pays, le Sri Lanka, au XIXe siècle. (fr)
  • Sir Charles Henry de Soysa (3 March 1836 – 29 September 1890) was a Ceylonese entrepreneur and philanthropist. He was a pioneering planter, industrialist and was the wealthiest Ceylonese of the 19th century. He was instrumental in the establishment of the first Ceylonese bank, the Moratuwa carpenters guild, the Ceylon Agricultural and National Associations. He is widely considered as the greatest philanthropist of the island for contributions which includes the De Soysa Maternity Hospital, the Prince and Princess of Wales Colleges, St. Matthias Church, the Model Farm Experimental Station and many other institutions and acts of charity. He was the country's first Knight Bachelor (posthumous). (en)
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  • 45xCe modèle est-il pertinent ? Cliquez pour en voir d'autres.Cet article est orphelin. Moins de trois articles lui sont liés (décembre 2011). Aidez à ajouter des liens en plaçant le code [[Charles Henry de Soysa]] dans les articles relatifs au sujet. Charles Henry de Soysa (3 mars 1836 - 29 septembre 1890) était un philanthrope, homme le plus riche de son pays, le Sri Lanka, au XIXe siècle. (fr)
  • Sir Charles Henry de Soysa (3 March 1836 – 29 September 1890) was a Ceylonese entrepreneur and philanthropist. He was a pioneering planter, industrialist and was the wealthiest Ceylonese of the 19th century. He was instrumental in the establishment of the first Ceylonese bank, the Moratuwa carpenters guild, the Ceylon Agricultural and National Associations. He is widely considered as the greatest philanthropist of the island for contributions which includes the De Soysa Maternity Hospital, the Prince and Princess of Wales Colleges, St. Matthias Church, the Model Farm Experimental Station and many other institutions and acts of charity. He was the country's first Knight Bachelor (posthumous). (en)
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