The Bakrie Goods

©Renee 2012
 
We make nice baked goods here. The holiday and baking season is near. We will share recipes, and stories of Bakrie connections around the world too, but for now, we start with a few bakery stories. Bakers are very special. We may even make a nice cherry pie one day.
 
From The  Santos Republic:
 
 
 
 
 
Aburizal Bakrie (born 15 November 1946) is a politician, and widely recognized as one of the most successful pribumi (native Indonesian) businessmen in Indonesia. From 2004 until 2009 he served as Coordinating Minister for People’s Welfare. Since 2009, Bakrie serves as the Chairman of the Golkar Party and since June 2012 as his party’s official candidate for Indonesia’s 2014 Presidential election
 

The Bakrie family: an Indonesian business dynasty mired in controversy

To many, Nat Rothschild’s partners in his mining venture will forever be linked with Indonesia’s mud volcano disaster of 2006.

The scandal engulfing Nat Rothschild’s Indonesian mining venture, Bumi, has raised questions about the involvement of his local partners, the politically influential Bakrie family, whose leading light is expected to run for the country’s presidency in two years’ time.

Behind the Bakrie Group is a family dynasty that currently has three key players, the brothers Aburizal, Nirwan and Indra. The group has fingers in lots of different pies, from media outlets and life insurance to mining, agriculture, construction, trade, and property development.

The brothers’ late father, Ahmad Bakrie, founded the Bakrie & Brothers holding company in 1942 as a modest trading enterprise, but it was to become a giant conglomerate that suffered a devastating reversal of fortune with the Asian financial crisis in 1997. At that time, according to the FT, the Bakrie Group had incurred debts worth $1.1b (£0.7bn)), with its creditors losing 80% of their money and the family retaining less than 3% of its starting shares.

The Bakries are often acknowledged with a shrug of wariness in Indonesia, not least because the family – whose members fly around the archipelago in private jets – is linked by many to the world’s largest mud volcano disaster in 2006. A gas exploration that went wrong in eastern Java resulted in the burial under sludge of thousands of people’s homes and businesses, and six years on the muck has only now slowed to one-tenth of its previous flow.

Indonesia’s national commission on human rights last month declared the disaster a human rights violation, and found that the Bakries’ drilling firm had paid insufficient compensation to those affected.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/industry/mining/9605650/Rothschild-fears-Bumi-divorce-will-lead-to-cheap-asset-sale.html

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Family_of_Barack_Obama

Ruth (Baker) Ndesandjo

Born Ruth Beatrice Baker, in US c. 1937, to Maurice Joseph Baker and Ida Baker of Newton, Massachusetts, who are of Lithuanian Jewish descent.[108] Ruth was a 1954 graduate of Brookline High School in Brookline, Massachusetts, and a 1958 graduate of Simmons College in Boston with a degree in business. She was a suburban elementary school teacher when she met and began dating Barack, Sr., in Cambridge in June 1964, a month before his return to Kenya in August 1964. Ruth followed Obama, Sr., back to Kenya five weeks later, and married him in Kenya in a civil ceremony on December 24, 1964. She later became a private kindergarten director in Kenya. Ruth’s two sons with Barack Obama, Sr., are Mark and David. Since she remarried when they were young, they took their stepfather’s surname, Ndesandjo, as their own. Her third son, Joseph Ndesandjo, was born c. 1980 in her second marriage.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/President_of_Indonesia
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Newton_D._Baker
Newton Diehl Baker, Jr. (December 3, 1871 – December 25, 1937) was an American politician who belonged to the Democratic Party. He served as the 37th mayor of Cleveland, Ohio from 1912 to 1915 and as U.S. Secretary of War from 1916 to 1921.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BakerHostetler
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_Baker
 http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/jsource/biography/Bakr.html

Abu Bakr “al Siddiq”

(ca. 570-634)


One of the first followers of Muhammad who, in 632, became the first of the four “rightly guided” caliphs. Abu Bakr repeatedly led the Muslim community in prayer in the lifetime of the Prophet. The latter used to call him by his patronyms of Abu Bakr and Ibn Abi Quhafa, and named him with the attributes “The Most Truthful” (al-Siddîq) and “Allah’s Freedman From the Fire” (`Atîq Allâh min al-nâr). The Prophet confirmed his high rank in many of his sayings, among them:

“Allah gave one of His servants a choice between this world and what He has with Him, and that servant chose what Allah has with Him.” Abu Bakr wept profusely and we wondered why he wept, since the Prophet had told of a servant that was given a choice. The Prophet himself was that servant, as Abu Bakr later told us. The Prophet continued: “Among those most dedicated to me in his companionship and property is Abu Bakr. If I were to take an intimate friend other than my Lord, I would take Abu Bakr. But what binds us is the brotherhood of Islam and its love. Let no door [of the Prophet’s mosque] remain open except Abu Bakr’s.”

http://en.metapedia.org/wiki/Sohale_Siddiqi

Sohale Siddiqi (also Hal Siddiqi) was the best friend and roommate of Barack Obama while he attended Columbia University in the early 1980s. He is identified as “Sadik” in Obama’s memoir, Dreams From My Father. Obama describes Saddiqi as “a short, well-built Pakistani” who smoked marijuana and snorted cocaine. Siddiqi was from Karachi, Pakistan and came to America from London on a tourist visa. He overstayed his visa becoming an illegal alien.

Obama during his drug days with Siddiqi

Obama first met Siddiqi when he attended Occidental College in Los Angeles. Obama was living with a group of Pakistani students when Siddiqi arrived for a visit. Obama transferred to Columbia University and lived off campus with Siddiqi. Siddiqi was not a student and made his living working in restaurants. Together they lived in a drug-ridden slum apartment on 339 East 94th St. Siddiqi got the apartment by lying, saying he had a well paid job. The apartment was furnished by what they could find in the streets.

Obama and Siddiqi would go out together and enjoy the nightlife of New York City. Siddiqi claims Obama stopped using drugs when he arrived at Columbia. Obama eventually moved out when Siddiqi’s drug use began to interfere with his studies.

To help his old friend, Obama gave Siddiqi a job reference. Siddiqi is a recovering drug addict and now works for a community theater in Seattle. Siddiqi is a strong Obama supporter. On his phone message he says, “My name is Hal Siddiqi, and I approve of this message. Vote for peace, vote for hope, vote for change and vote for Obama.”

See also

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abu_Bakr

 
 
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  1. Renee says:

    My old work on Ruth w/
    Miri

    http://wtpotus.wordpress.com/2011/10/06/spinning-out-a-story-about-simeon-ndesandjo-ruth-obamas-second-husband/
    Recently, new information turned up concerning the second husband of Ruth Beatrice Baker Obama Ndesandjo (Barack H. Obama II’s stepmother). Ruth’s second husband’s name is Simeon Ndesandjo. As previously reported, he was a friend of her first husband Barack Hussein Obama (BHO Sr.). Simeon is Tanzanian, not Kenyan.

    Ruth Beatrice Obama married Simeon Ndesandjo about 1980. See our O Timeline for links and details. Subsequently, Ruth’s two sons by BHO Sr., Mark and David, took Simeon’s surname: Ndesandjo.

    American news stories state that with Simeon, Ruth had another son by the name of Joseph. “Joey” is mentioned in Barack II’s fictional “memoir”, Dreams From My Father. But no Richard. More about him later.

    We know that Ruth’s husband was Simeon Ndesandjo, and that’s confirmed by this public notice from the Kenya Gazette, Feb. 3, 2006:

    More…
    That notice also confirms that Ruth’s middle name is Beatrice (unless that’s her maiden name). Until Janny Scott wrote her biography of Stanley Ann Dunham (A Singular Woman), we were told that Ruth’s maiden name was Nidesand (suspiciously close to her eventual married name). Scott informs us for the first time that Ruth’s maiden name was Baker and that she’s the daughter of the late Maurice and Ida Baker, of Newton, Massachusetts. So far, we have no independent secondary confirmation of that information. Ruth isn’t talking.

    One of our regular commenters, alfy, recently tipped us to a 2010 Kenyan magazine article about Ruth. In the interview, Ruth described how she named the kindergarten that Simeon Ndesandjo had built for her. The school is known as Madari. Her sons, she says, are Mark, David (reportedly deceased), and Richard; the first two letters of each name make up the name of the kindergarten: MA DA RI.

    Now this is quite a puzzlement, because heretofore it’s been reported that Ruth’s children are Mark and David, by BHO Sr., and Joseph, by Simeon, although very early news stories from Kenya reported that Ruth had sons (plural) with Simeon, which leaves open the possibility that she does have another son, named Richard Ndesandjo.

    There are news articles about a Kenyan tennis player (from the early 2000s) named Richard Ndesandjo, who competed for the Davis Cup (among other titles) and who also apparently attended Cornell University from 1994 through 1998. (Those articles are now available only by subscription.) Today, Richard is about 35 years old, being born circa 1976, so about 4 years before Joseph. But wait!

    Ruth and BHO Sr. were divorced by then, and she and Simeon were not yet married, although as with most stories about the extended Obama clan, accounts vary. Perhaps this is a different Richard Ndesandjo. Or perhaps that timing explains the apparent quasi-news blackout about Richard.

    Another day, another Obama family puzzle.

    Maybe Joseph was merely a twinkle in Simeon’s eye when Ruth named the kindergarten after her then-3 sons. The kindergarten’s website says that the school was “purposely built in 1979″ but opened the following year. Ruth also said that she’s a grandmother, as of 2010. Which son provided these grandchildren, is not known.

    But back to Simeon. It appears that he was a very well-connected man of government as well as business. (Like BHO Sr., in fact!)

    In June of 1963, the Kenya National Assembly Record (the Hansard) mentioned Simeon Ndesandjo. Specifically, friend of BHO Sr. and then Kenyan Minister for Justice and Constitutional Affairs, Tom Mboya, referred to a photograph in the East Africa Standard, stating that the House of Representatives had been

    told that the top executive management at K.B.C. [Kenyan Broadcasting Corporation] is all Luo.

    He referred to and named the men in the photograph (not available to WTPOTUS), referring to the men as those who

    are going to be the top persons in the Voice of Kenya.

    Mboya identified Mr. Simeon Ndesandjo, Head of Swahili Service, and then went on to complain that

    out of this effective list, there is only one Luo.

    Whether that one Luo was Simeon Ndesandjo, is anyone’s guess. Below is a screen shot of the excerpt that mentions Simeon Ndesandjo:

    That House debate concerned nationalization of the Kenya Broadcasting Corporation. According to Wikipedia,

    Kenya Broadcasting Corporation (KBC) is the state-run media organization of Kenya. It broadcasts in both English and Swahili, as well as in most local languages of Kenya. The corporation started its life in 1928 when Kenya was a British colony. In 1964, when Kenya became an independent country, the corporation’s name was changed to Voice of Kenya. In 1989, the Kenyan parliament reverted the corporation’s name from Voice of Kenya to Kenya Broadcasting Corporation. … During the rule of former president Daniel arap Moi, KBC became the official mouthpiece of the government. Each broadcast opened with a piece on what the president had been doing that day.

    Daniel arap Moi was the Speaker of the House at the time of that 1963 debate; Mboya congratulated involved parties on the swift Africanization of the KBC.

    So Mr. Simeon Ndesandjo, early on, was a key player in the business of Africanization and nationalization during the move to Kenyan independence from British rule. Not unlike his friend, BHO Sr.

    Between 1964 and 1979, Simeon became the owner of a firm called High Fidelity Productions of Nairobi. In 1979, he obtained another prestigious and likely lucrative position: Chairman of CBS Records Kenya, a new subsidiary of CBS Records, International. That would be Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS), not the current CBS Records, which is a division of Viacom.

    A photo from the “launch party” for the new subsidiary was published in Billboard magazine that November:

    The caption reads:

    Launch Party: Peter Bond, right, CBS Records International vice president responsible for African affairs, officially opens the company’s new Kenyan subsidiary at a special ceremony in Nairobi. Left is John Dolan, CBS Records International vice president out of New York; center is Simeon Ndesandjo, chairman of CBS Records Kenya.

    Following is text from the article; see this link for the rest.

    Overseeing the new company is Peter Bond, vice president of CBS Records International, whose considerable African experience (including the stewardship of Phonogram Kenya [Ltd.]) led to the partnership choice of High Fidelity. Latter firm’s owner, Simeon Ndesandjo, will serve as chairman of the new CBS subsidiary.

    In addition to Ndesandjo, CBS Records Kenya will have a managing director, to be appointed (probably from the current 10-person staff) by Peter Bond.

    The company has temporary headquarters at Uchumi House in Nairobi, but is seeking a permanent site. Bond, normally based in London, is currently working out of the Kenyan capital during the launch period.

    John Dolan characterizes the Kenya move as a significant, though not major, investment. It’s a modest market in sales terms, he says, but vital as a talent source and springboard into other African territories. There are good concert venue facilities and a thriving club scene. …

    He also mentions the help received by the multinational during the formation of its new subsidiary, from banking, government and media circles.

    With the appointment of a managing director, one wonders if Simeon was selected to Africanize the company, for the sake of appearances. In the same way that some “minority-owned” businesses today are actually fronts for white-owned businesses, with a minority figurehead. Was affirmative action at work, way back then, in 1979, in Kenya?

    A man named Peter Colmore founded High Fidelity Productions, Ltd, of Kenya. Interesting fellow, Colmore. From his obituary:

    When the stolid colonial government was confronted with the Mau-Mau rebellion and a world spotlight turned on African nationalist aspirations, Colmore was the obvious choice to initiate one response – to inaugurate a new more human Swahili broadcasting service. He again recruited announcers, quiz masters, musicians and comedians and, once that painful era of Kenya’s history had passed, he was in a good position to contribute to further improving race relations in the new Kenya.

    He took Kenyan citizenship and his succession of houses in Muthaiga – a prestigious Nairobi suburb soon bristling with ministerial and ambassadorial residencies – was always full of African guests, by no means all from the new up-and-coming good and famous classes. He was never poor and, if one overlooks the five Rolls-Royces he owned during this period, nor was he at all ostentatious. Ever a natural liberal, if he nevertheless unconsciously continued to insist on the attention and precedence in Kenyan daily life formerly demanded by the settler classes, most Africans cheerfully continued to accord them to him, largely perhaps on account of his age and good, if quite often bawdy, humour.

    A gifted photographer – he took the official portrait of President Jomo Kenyatta – and also no mean mimic, occasionally he could be persuaded to perform at parties and before hilarious audiences at Muthaiga Country Club. His Swahili was immaculate, but he could also converse in several other Kenyan languages and was never happier – or more popular – than when joking and haggling in vernacular markets.

    The man sounds very much like the kind of guy BHO Sr. would seek out. BHO Sr. and Colmore probably knew each other, since they likely ran in the same circles. Did Simeon Ndesandjo know Colmore? Both were involved in Swahili broadcasting. Ndesandjo, during the sixties, at KBC. Later, both men were involved with High Fidelity Productions. Colmore may have been Ndesandjo’s boss, if High Fidelity of Nairobi was a subsidiary of High Fidelity of Kenya. We already knew that BHO Sr. and Ndesandjo were friends.

    So is this record and broadcasting mogul–Simeon Ndesandjo–Ruth Obama’s second husband? Circumstantial evidence argues yes. Currently, he’s Facebook “friends” with Joseph’s wife Dora. He’s 75 years old, the perfect age for a contemporary of both Ruth and BHO Sr. And Ndesandjo is not a very common name in Nairobi. Likely, this connected guy is Ruth’s mysterious Tanzanian husband. If memory serves, he very much resembles the man we once saw in a wedding video.

    Here’s a fun link to an example of High Fidelity’s work. Talk with the animals!

    h/t to all our crack researchers here at WTPOTUS. For more information and details, check out this thread on our research blog. This post will be updated as more information is found about Simeon and Ruth, and especially with regard to the mysterious Richard Ndesandjo.

    Stay tuned, as they used to say in broadcasting!

    UPDATE 10/7/2011:
    A photo of Simeon at his son Joseph’s wedding:

    Here it is somewhat enlarged. The best result possible, given it was from a screen shot from an online video.

    Identification confirmed?

    The Kenya Gazette informs us that in 1962, Simeon Ndesanjo (aka Ndesandjo) was appointed to the position of Broadcasting Producer by the Kenyan Civil Service. He made £855-1170. Haven’t a clue what that translates to in today’s British pounds.

  2. Renee says:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tanzania

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zanzibar

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zanzibar_Revolution
    The Zanzibar Revolution by local African revolutionaries in 1964 overthrew the Sultan of Zanzibar and his mainly Arab government. An ethnically diverse state consisting of a number of islands off the east coast of Tanganyika, Zanzibar had been granted independence by Britain in 1963. Thereafter a series of parliamentary elections resulted in the Arab minority retaining the hold on power it had inherited from Zanzibar’s former existence as an overseas territory of Oman. Frustrated by under-representation in Parliament despite winning 54% of the vote in the July 1963 election, the mainly African Afro-Shirazi Party (ASP) allied itself with the left-wing Umma Party, and early on the morning of 12 January 1964 ASP member John Okello mobilised around 600–800 revolutionaries on the main island of Unguja (Zanzibar Island). Having overrun the country’s police force and appropriated their weaponry, the insurgents proceeded to Zanzibar Town where they overthrew the Sultan and his government. Reprisals against Arab and South Asian civilians on the island followed; the resulting death toll is disputed, with estimates ranging from several hundred to 20,000. The moderate ASP leader Abeid Karume became the country’s new president and head of state, and positions of power were granted to Umma party members.

    The new government’s apparent communist ties concerned Western governments, and as Zanzibar lay within the British sphere of influence, the British government drew up a number of intervention plans. However, the feared communist government never materialised, and British and United States citizens were successfully evacuated, so these plans were not put into effect. Meanwhile, the communist bloc powers of P. R. China, East Germany and the Soviet Union established friendly relations with the new government by recognising the country and sending advisors. Karume negotiated a merger of Zanzibar with Tanganyika, forming the new nation of Tanzania; an act judged by contemporary media to be an attempt to prevent communist subversion of Zanzibar. The revolution ended 200 years of Arab dominance in Zanzibar, and is commemorated on the island each year with anniversary celebrations and a public holiday.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sultan_of_Zanzibar
    The Sultans of Zanzibar were the rulers of the Sultanate of Zanzibar, which was created on 19 October 1856 after the death of Said bin Sultan, who had ruled Oman and Zanzibar as the Sultan of Oman since 1804. The Sultans of Zanzibar were of a cadet branch of the Al Said Dynasty of Oman.[1]

    In 1698, Zanzibar became part of the overseas holdings of Oman, falling under the control of the Sultan of Oman. In 1832,[2] or 1840[3] (the date varies among sources), Said bin Sultan moved his capital from Muscat in Oman to Stone Town. He established a ruling Arab elite and encouraged the development of clove plantations, using the island’s slave labour.[4] Zanzibar’s commerce fell increasingly into the hands of traders from the Indian subcontinent, whom Said encouraged to settle on the island. After his death in 1856, two of his sons, Majid bin Said and Thuwaini bin Said, struggled over the succession, so Zanzibar and Oman were divided into two separate principalities; Thuwaini became the Sultan of Oman while Majid became the first Sultan of Zanzibar.[5] During his 14-year reign as Sultan, Majid consolidated his power around the East African slave trade. His successor, Barghash bin Said, helped abolish the slave trade in Zanzibar and largely developed the country’s infrastructure.[6] The third Sultan, Khalifa bin Said, also furthered the country’s progress toward abolishing slavery.[7]

    Until 1886, the Sultan of Zanzibar controlled a substantial portion of the east African coast, known as Zanj, and trading routes extending further into the continent, as far as Kindu on the Congo River. That year, the British and Germans secretly met and re-established the area under the Sultan’s rule. Over the next few years, most of the mainland possessions of the Sultanate were taken by European imperial powers. With the signing of the Heligoland-Zanzibar Treaty in 1890 during Ali bin Said’s reign, Zanzibar became a British protectorate.[8] In August 1896, Britain and Zanzibar fought a 38-minute war, the shortest in recorded history, after Khalid bin Barghash had taken power after Hamid bin Thuwaini’s death. The British had wanted Hamoud bin Mohammed to become Sultan, believing that he would be much easier to work with. The British gave Khalid an hour to vacate the Sultan’s palace in Stone Town. Khalid failed to do so, and instead assembled an army of 2,800 men to fight the British. The British launched an attack on the palace and other locations around the city. Khalid retreated and later went into exile. Hamoud was then installed as Sultan.[9]

    In December 1963, Zanzibar was granted independence by the United Kingdom and became a constitutional monarchy under the Sultan.[10] Sultan Jamshid bin Abdullah was overthrown a month later during the Zanzibar Revolution.[11] Jamshid fled into exile, and the Sultanate was replaced by the People’s Republic of Zanzibar and Pemba. In April 1964, the republic was united with Tanganyika to form the United Republic of Tanganyika and Zanzibar, which became known as Tanzania six months later

  3. Renee says:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Freddie_Mercury
    Freddie Mercury (born Farrokh Bulsara (Gujarati: ફરોખ બલ્સારા‌); 5 September 1946 – 24 November 1991)[2][3] was a British musician, singer and songwriter, best known as the lead vocalist and lyricist of the rock band Queen. As a performer, he was known for his flamboyant stage persona and powerful vocals over a four-octave range.[4][5][6] As a songwriter, Mercury composed many hits for Queen, including “Bohemian Rhapsody”, “Killer Queen”, “Somebody to Love”, “Don’t Stop Me Now”, “Crazy Little Thing Called Love” and “We Are the Champions”. In addition to his work with Queen, he led a solo career, and also occasionally served as a producer and guest musician (piano or vocals) for other artists. He died of bronchopneumonia brought on by AIDS on 24 November 1991, only one day after publicly acknowledging he had the disease.

    Mercury was a Parsi born in Zanzibar and grew up there and in India until his mid-teens. He has been referred to as “Britain’s first Asian rock star”.[7] In 2002, Mercury was placed at number 58 in the BBC’s poll of the 100 Greatest Britons, in 2006, Time Asia named him one of the most influential Asian heroes of the past 60 years,[8] and he continues to be voted one of the greatest singers in the history of popular music. In 2005, a poll organised by Blender and MTV2 saw Mercury voted the greatest male singer of all time.[9] In 2008, Rolling Stone editors ranked him number 18 on their list of the 100 greatest singers of all time.[6] In 2009, a Classic Rock poll saw him voted the greatest rock singer of all time.[10] Allmusic has characterised Mercury as “one of rock’s greatest all-time entertainers”, who possessed “one of the greatest voices in all of music.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parsi
    A Parsi or Parsee ( /ˈpɑrsiː/) is a member of the larger of the two Zoroastrian communities in the Indian subcontinent, a member of the other being an Irani.

    According to tradition, the present-day Parsis descend from a group of Zoroastrians of Iran who immigrated to India during the 10th century AD,[1] to avoid persecution by Muslim invaders who were in the process of conquering Persia/Iran.[2][3][4][5][6][7] At the time of the Arab invasion of Persia, the dominant religion of the region was Zoroastrianism. The Iranians rebelled against the Arab invaders for almost 200 years; in Iran this period is now known as the “Two Centuries of Silence” or “Period of Silence”.[8] After many failed attempts[9][10] to free the country from Arab domination, the Iranians were forced to either pay heavy taxes (Jizya) or to convert to Islam, the latter being the ultimate goal of the new rulers and thus the easier way.[11][12] During this time many Iranians who are now called Parsi rejected both options and instead chose to take refuge by fleeing from Iran to India.[13]

    Their long presence in the region distinguishes the Parsis from the Iranis, who are more recent arrivals, and who represent the smaller of the two Indian-Zoroastrian communities.

  4. Renee says:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Irani_(India)

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Karl_Vollm%C3%B6ller

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Meher_Baba

    Meher Baba (25 February 1894 – 31 January 1969), born Merwan Sheriar Irani, was an Indian mystic and spiritual master who declared publicly in 1954 that he was the Avatar of the age.

    Merwan Sheriar Irani was born in 1894 and led a normal childhood, showing no particularly strong inclination toward spiritual matters. At the age of 19, a brief contact with the Muslim holy woman Hazrat Babajan began his seven-year process of spiritual transformation.[1][2] Over the next months, he contacted four additional spiritual figures whom, along with Babajan, he called “the five Perfect Masters.” He spent seven years with Upasni Maharaj, one of the masters, before beginning his public work.[3] The name Meher Baba means “Compassionate Father” in Persian and was given to him by his first followers.[4]

    From 10 July 1925 to the end of his life, Meher Baba maintained silence, communicating by means of an alphabet board or by unique hand gestures.[5][6][7][8] With his mandali (circle of disciples), he spent long periods in seclusion, during which time he often fasted. He also traveled widely, held public gatherings, and engaged in works of charity with lepers, the poor, and the mentally ill.

    In 1931, Meher Baba made the first of many visits to the West, where he attracted many followers.[9] Throughout most of the 1940s, Meher Baba worked with a category of spiritual aspirant called masts,[10] whom he said are entranced or spellbound by internal spiritual experiences. Starting in 1949, along with selected mandali, he traveled incognito about India in what he called “The New Life.” On 10 February 1954, Meher Baba declared that he was the Avatar (an incarnation of God).[11]

    After being injured as a passenger in two automobile accidents, one in the United States in 1952 and one in India in 1956, his ability to walk became severely limited.[12][13] In 1962, he invited his Western followers to India for a mass darshan called “The East-West Gathering.”[14] Concerned by an increasing use of LSD and other psychedelic drugs,[15] in 1966 Baba stated that they did not convey real benefits.[16] Despite deteriorating health, he continued what he called his “Universal Work,” which included fasting and seclusion, until his death on 31 January 1969. His samadhi (tomb-shrine) in Meherabad, India has become a place of international pilgrimage.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Upasni_Maharaj

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sakori

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Norina_Matchabelli
    Princess Norina Matchabelli (3 March 1880 – 15 June 1957), born Norina Gilli in Florence, Italy, was co-founder of the perfume company Prince Matchabelli, a stage and screen actress, mime, mystic, publisher, and a devoted mandali of Indian spiritual teacher Meher Baba. Her stage name was Maria Carmi.

    Norina Gilli began her stage career at Max Reinhardt’s acting school at the Deutsches Theater and belonged to his company from 1907 to 1909. Under the stage name Maria Carmi, Norina played in Italian and German theater and later appeared in more than 25 silent films. Most notably she played the Madonna in the original spectacle-pantomime play The Miracle written by Karl Vollmöller whom she married in 1904. The play was originally produced in Germany. On 23 December 1911 it opened in London at the Olympia Arena.[1] On 23 December 1923 it was revived in New York on Broadway, then went on a tour of Detroit, Milwaukee and Dallas. In the New York version she alternated nightly, not too amicably, with Lady Diana Manners, another international beauty of the period.[2] In all Norina gave over 1,000 performances of the play.[3] After the second tour she left the stage and for a short while opened (with well-known set designer Frederic Kiesler) an acting school, International Theater Arts in Brooklyn, N.Y.; American Laboratory Theatre, in New York City, concentrating on mime.

    [edit] Princess and perfumeNorina divorced Vollmöller and in 1916 married Prince Georges V. Matchabelli, the Georgian prince and diplomat in Stockholm, Sweden, 16 May 1917. He had been ambassador to Italy, and was living in Rome. A few years after the Soviet Georgia 1921 Bolshevik takeover of Georgia, Norina, who was then known as Princess Norina Matchabelli, immigrated to the United States on 11 December 1923 to perform in The Miracle on stage in NYC. Her husband immigrated on 21 December 1923 in time to see her opening on the NY stage. He was also an amateur chemist, and co-founded the now-famous perfume company Prince Matchabelli. Norina designed the perfume bottle after the family crown and in 1926 Georges dedicated the scent “Ave Maria” to her. In 1933 she and Georges divorced. Georges died in 1935 and in 1936 Norina sold the company to Saul Ganz for $250,000.00.[4]

    [edit] Meher BabaIn 1931 Matchabelli met Spiritual teacher Meher Baba and became a devotee. She introduced many notable figures of the day to Meher Baba including Gabriel Pascal, Mercedes de Acosta and Karl Vollmöller (her first husband). She also founded the periodical Meher Baba Journal in 1938.

    In the early 1940s Matchabelli co-founded the Meher Spiritual Center with Elizabeth Chapin Patterson in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, U.S.

    In the 1940s Norina Matchabelli gave a series of well-attended public talks in Carnegie Hall, New York City and other places in which she said she was delivering “thought-transmission” messages directly from Meher Baba. When speaking, the personal “I” switched to “I, Meher Baba.” This startled some of Meher Baba’s followers and they questioned Baba on it in India, but he did not appear concerned. [1] Thus Norina gained the reputation of a mystic or clairvoyant, an eccentric, and relatively occult in her thinking in comparison with other followers of Meher Baba at that time.

    [edit] DeathNorina Matchabelli died at Youpon Dunes in Myrtle Beach in 1957 at the age of 77. Her ashes were interred close by Meher Baba’s samadhi on Meherabad Hill, near Ahmednagar, India. Her grave marker bears the inscription: Princess Norina was and will ever remain Baba’s.

    **MANNERS*** AGAIN***NOTE***
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lady_Diana_Cooper
    Lady Diana Cooper, Viscountess Norwich (29 August 1892 – 16 June 1986) was a prominent social figure in London and Paris, widely acknowledged as the beauty of the century.

    The young Diana moved in a celebrated group of intellectuals, most of them killed in World War I. She married one of the only survivors, Duff Cooper, later Ambassador to France. After his death, she wrote three volumes of memoirs which reveal much about 20th-century upper-class life.

    Born Lady Diana Olivia Winifred Maud Manners, she was officially the youngest daughter of the 8th Duke of Rutland and his wife, the former Violet Lindsay, but Lady Diana’s real father was widely supposed to be the writer Henry Cust.[1] In her prime, she had the widespread reputation as the most beautiful young woman in England, and appeared in countless profiles, photographs and articles in newspapers and magazines.

    She became active in The Coterie, an influential group of young English aristocrats and intellectuals of the 1910s whose prominence and numbers were cut short by the First World War. Some see them as people ahead of their time, precursors of the Jazz Age.

    Lady Diana was the most famous of the group, which included Raymond Asquith (son of H. H. Asquith, the Prime Minister), Patrick Shaw-Stewart, Edward Horner, Sir Denis Anson and Duff Cooper. Following the deaths at relatively young ages of Asquith, Horner, Shaw-Stewart, and Anson—the first three in the war; Anson by drowning—Lady Diana married Cooper, one of her circle of friends’ last surviving male members, in June 1919. It was not a popular choice in the Manners household, since the bride’s parents had hoped for a marriage to the Prince of Wales. As for Cooper, he once impulsively wrote a letter to Lady Diana, before their marriage, declaring, “I hope everyone you like better than me will die very soon.”[2] In 1929 she gave birth to her only child, John Julius (now known as John Julius Norwich), who became a writer and broadcaster.

    [edit] Career as actress
    Lady Diana Cooper, Time Magazine (15 February 1926)After working as a nurse during the war and working as editor of the magazine Femina, she wrote a column in the Beaverbrook newspapers before turning to the stage, playing the Madonna in the revival of The Miracle (directed by Max Reinhardt). The play achieved outstanding international success, and she toured for two years with the cast. Lady Diana subsequently starred in several silent films, including the first British colour films.

    [edit] Social figure, wife of ambassadorIn 1924, Duff Cooper gained election to Parliament, while his wife continued as a society celebrity. Her reputation became even more celebrated in France as the centerpoint of immediate post second world war French literary culture when her husband served from 1944 to 1948 as Britain’s ambassador to France. During this period, Lady Diana’s popularity as a hostess remained undimmed, even after allegations that the embassy guest list included “pederasts and collaborators”.[3][4][5]

    Following Duff Cooper’s retirement in 1947, they continued to live in France at Chantilly, until his death in 1954. He was created Viscount Norwich in 1952, for services to the nation, but Lady Diana refused to be called Viscountess Norwich, claiming that it sounded like “porridge”.[citation needed] She made an official announcement in The Times to this effect, stating that she wished to be known as Lady Diana Cooper.[6]

    [edit] Later yearsLady Diana sharply reduced her activities in the late 1950s but did produce three volumes of memoirs: The Rainbow Comes and Goes, The Light of Common Day, and Trumpets from the Steep. The three volumes are included in a compilation called Autobiography (ISBN 978-0571-247578).

    She died in 1986, aged 93.

  5. Renee says:

    ***MANNERS***
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Family_of_Barack_Obama
    Auma Obama

    Barack Obama’s half-sister, born c. 1960, to Kezia, his father’s first wife.[99] As of July 2008, she was a development worker in Kenya.[100] She studied German at the University of Heidelberg from 1981 to 1987. After her graduation in Heidelberg, she went on for graduate studies at the University of Bayreuth, earning a PhD in 1996. Her dissertation was on the conception of labor in Germany and its literary reflections.[100] Auma Obama has lived in London. In 1996 she married an Englishman, Ian Manners, although they have since divorced.[101] They have a daughter named Akinyi (b. 1997).[100][102] In 2011 Auma Obama was interviewed for Turk Pipkin’s documentary Building Hope.

    Ian Manners***NOTE***

  6. Renee says:

    The Peerage – Gaelen Foley http://www.gaelenfoley.com/h-05-thepeerage.html

    … is dropped in addressing them directly, so that Ian Prescott, Marquess of Griffith should be called Lord Griffith. … A hereditary title, but not included as part of the peerage. … The family of the Dukes of Rutland bears the last name of Manners.

  7. Renee says:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baron_Manners
    Baron Manners, of Foston in the County of Lincoln, is a title in the Peerage of the United Kingdom. It was created in 1807 for the lawyer and politician Sir Thomas Manners-Sutton. He served as Solicitor-General from 1802 to 1805 and as Lord Chancellor of Ireland from 1807 to 1827. Manners-Sutton was the fifth son of Lord George Manners-Sutton, third son of John Manners, 3rd Duke of Rutland. His elder brother Charles Manners-Sutton was Archbishop of Canterbury from 1805 to 1828 and the father of Charles Manners-Sutton, 1st Viscount Canterbury, Speaker of the House of Commons from 1817 to 1834. The first Baron’s great-grandson, the fourth Baron, assumed the surname of Manners only. As of 2010[update] the title is held by the latter’s grandson, the sixth Baron, who succeeded his father in 2008. As a descendant of the third Duke of Rutland he is also in remainder to this peerage and its subsidiary titles.

  8. Renee says:

    SUTTON****
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Princess_Muna_al-Hussein
    Princess Muna al-Hussein (born Antoinette Avril Gardiner;[1] 25 April 1941) is the mother of King Abdullah II of Jordan. Until their divorce on 21 December 1971, she was the second wife of Hussein, the late King of Jordan. She is British by birth, but was renamed Muna al-Hussein at the time of the marriage for the sake of Jordanian culture.

    Gardiner attended Bourne School in Kuala Lumpur, which was administered by the British Families Education Service for the children of British service personnel stationed overseas. The school closed when British forces withdrew from Malaya.

    [edit] Connection to JordanGardiner met the King of Jordan while working as a secretarial assistant on the film set of Lawrence of Arabia. The King had allowed troops to work as extras on this film and would occasionally visit to monitor the production’s progress.

    [edit] Marriage and childrenToni Gardiner married King Hussein in Amman, Jordan, on 25 May 1961. She converted to Islam and was renamed Muna al-Hussein upon marriage,[2] and was given the title Her Royal Highness Princess Muna al-Hussein on the birth of her first son on 30 January 1962. Together they had four children:

    Abdullah (born 1962; now King Abdullah II of Jordan) who has two sons, Hussein and Hashem, and two daughters, Iman and Salma.
    Faisal (born 1963), who has a son, Omar, and three daughters: Ayah, Aisha and Sara.
    Aisha (born 1968, twin of Princess Zein), who has a son, Aoun, and a daughter, Muna.
    Zein (born 1968, twin of Princess Aisha), who has a son, Jaafar, and a daughter, Jumana.
    They were divorced on 21 December 1971. After her divorce she was allowed to keep the style of Royal Highness and the title of Princess of Jordan. She continues to work and live in Jordan.

    Tenure 25 May 1961 – 21 December 1971

    Spouse Hussein of Jordan
    Issue
    Abdullah II of Jordan
    Prince Faisal
    Princess Aisha
    Princess Zein
    House Hashemite
    Father Walter Percy Gardiner
    Mother Doris Elizabeth Sutton
    Born (1941-04-25) 25 April 1941 (age 71)
    Chelmondiston, Suffolk UK

  9. Renee says:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Percy_Sutton
    Percy Ellis Sutton (November 24, 1920 – December 26, 2009) was a prominent black American political and business leader. A civil-rights activist and lawyer, he was also a Freedom Rider and the legal representative for Malcolm X. He was the highest-ranking African-American elected official in New York City when he was Manhattan borough president from 1966 to 1977, the longest tenure at that position. He later became an entrepreneur whose investments included the New York Amsterdam News and the Apollo Theater in Harlem.

    Early life, military service, education, and familySutton was born in San Antonio, Texas, the last of fifteen children born to Samuel Johnson(“S.J.”) Sutton and Lillian Sutton.

    His father, born during the time[2] of slavery and an early civil-rights activist, was one of the first blacks in Bexar County, Texas, and used the initials “S.J.” for fear it would be shortened to Sambo.In addition to being a full-time educator, S.J. farmed, sold real estate and owned a mattress factory, funeral home and skating rink.[3]

    All of Sutton’s siblings graduated from college. His brothers included G.J. Sutton, who became the first black elected official in San Antonio,[4] and Oliver Sutton, who became a judge on the New York Supreme Court (Manhattan).

    Young Sutton milked cows and rode around San Antonio with his father in the same Studebaker vehicle[clarification needed] that was used for funerals and distributing milk to the poor. He liked to attach strings to cans to pretend to be a radio broadcaster.

    At age twelve, he stowed away on a passenger train to New York City, where he slept under a sign on 155th Street in the Harlem neighborhood of the Manhattan borough of the city. Ironically, his oldest sister, Lillian Sutton Taylor who was 20 years his senior, was attending Columbia Teacher’s College at the time. His oldest brother John Sutton, a food scientist who had studied under George Washington Carver, and also in Russia, was living in New York at the time Percy arrived there. His family clearly had resources, a sense of adventure and determination during a time when many African-Americans were extremely limited in options.

    His family was committed to civil rights, and he bristled at prejudice. At age thirteen, while passing out leaflets in an all-white neighborhood for the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), he was beaten by a policeman.[citation needed]

    Sutton had joined the Boy Scouts of America and attained the rank of Eagle Scout in 1936 and was recognized with the Distinguished Eagle Scout Award as an adult. Sutton stated that scouting was a key factor in shaping his life.[5]

    He and Leatrice Sutton were married in 1943.

    Samuel Johnson(“S.J.”) Sutton ***NOTE***

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Malcolm_X
    Malcolm X ( /ˈmælkəm ˈɛks/; May 19, 1925 – February 21, 1965), born Malcolm Little and also known as El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz[1] (Arabic: الحاجّ مالك الشباز‎), was an African-American Muslim minister and human rights activist. To his admirers, he was a courageous advocate for the rights of blacks, a man who indicted white America in the harshest terms for its crimes against black Americans. Detractors accused him of preaching racism, black supremacy, and violence. He has been called one of the greatest and most influential African Americans in history.

    Malcolm X’s father died—killed by white supremacists, it was rumored—when he was young, and at least one of his uncles was lynched. When he was thirteen, his mother was placed in a mental hospital, and he was placed in a series of foster homes. In 1946, at age 20, he went to prison for breaking and entering.

    In prison Malcolm X became a member of the Nation of Islam and after his parole in 1952 he quickly rose to become one of its leaders. For a dozen years Malcolm X was the public face of the controversial group, but disillusionment with Nation of Islam head Elijah Muhammad led him to leave the Nation in March 1964. After a period of travel in Africa and the Middle East, he returned to the United States, where he founded Muslim Mosque, Inc. and the Organization of Afro-American Unity. In February 1965, less than a year after leaving the Nation of Islam, he was assassinated by three members of the group.

    Malcolm X’s expressed beliefs changed substantially over time. As a spokesman for the Nation of Islam he taught black supremacy and advocated separation of black and white Americans—in contrast to the civil rights movement’s emphasis on integration. After breaking with the Nation of Islam in 1964—saying of his association with it, “I was a zombie then … pointed in a certain direction and told to march”—and becoming a Sunni Muslim, he disavowed racism and expressed willingness to work with civil rights leaders, though still emphasizing black self-determination and self-defense.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Royal_Little
    Royal Little (born March 1, 1896 in Wakefield, Massachusetts, died January 10, 1989, Nassau, Bahamas), was the founder and chair of Textron, and is considered to be the Father of Conglomerates.

    Little graduated from Noble & Greenough School in 1915 and from Harvard University in 1919, despite having been on academic probation. He soon began working for various textile firms, before founding Special Yarns Corporation in 1923 on $10,000 in borrowed money, whose name he changed to Textron in 1944. Little spent much of his time acquiring other textile firms, and was successful in his efforts. By 1947, the company reported sales of $125 million.

    By the 1950s, realizing that the textile industry was not consistently viable, Little began to acquire firms in other industries, beginning the modern conglomerate. Throughout the decade, Textron acquired assets in pneumatic tools, antennas, plastics, plywood, aluminum, helicopters, chain saws, and leather, among others.

    Little retired in 1960, at which time Textron was one of the top 100 companies in the country. Other corporations, in following Textron’s model, attempted to diversify their holdings in industry. In his retirement, he wrote How to Lose $100,000,000 and Other Valuable Advice in 1979.

    Little died at his home in the Bahamas in 1989. At his request, there was no funeral.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Textron
    Textron (NYSE: TXT) is an American industrial conglomerate that includes Bell Helicopter, Cessna Aircraft Company, and Greenlee, among others. It was founded by Royal Little in 1923 as the Special Yarns Company, and is headquartered at the Textron Tower in Providence, Rhode Island.

    With total revenues of $11.3 billion, and approximately 32,000 employees in 29 countries, Textron is currently ranked 236th in the 2012 issue of the Fortune 500,[3] a list that ranks the largest companies in the United States.

    ***NOTE***
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antony_C._Sutton

    • Renee says:

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arthur_M._Young
      Arthur Middleton Young (November 3, 1905 – May 30, 1995) was an American inventor, helicopter pioneer, cosmologist, philosopher, astrologer and author. Young was the designer of Bell Helicopter’s first helicopter, the Model 30, and inventor of the stabilizer bar used on many of Bell’s early helicopter designs. He founded the “Institute for the Study of Consciousness” in Berkeley in 1972. Young advocated a process theory, which is a form of integral theory. These theories attempt to integrate the realm of human thought and experience with the realm of science so that the concept of universe is not limited to that which can be physically measured. Young’s theory embraces evolution and the concept of the great chain of being. He has influenced such thinkers as Stanislav Grof and Laban Coblentz.

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ruth_Paine
      Ruth Hyde Paine (born September 3, 1932) was a friend of Marina Oswald, who was living with her at the time of the JFK assassination. Lee Harvey Oswald stored the 6.5 mm caliber Carcano rifle he allegedly used to assassinate US President John F. Kennedy in her garage, unbeknownst to her and her husband, Michael Paine.

      Paine was born Ruth Avery Hyde. She went to Antioch College and became a Quaker. Through her interest in folk dancing and music she met her future husband Michael Paine. Though strictly speaking not a Quaker, Michael attended meetings with Ruth. They married on December 28, 1957.

      In 1959 Michael Paine got a job with Bell Helicopter in Fort Worth, Texas and the Paines moved into a house in the suburb of Irving. As liberals in Dallas the Paines were isolated and Ruth Paine was quite lonely.

      Ruth Paine had been studying Russian since 1957. In the late 1950s she participated in Quaker pen pal programs and the East-West Contact Committee, which sponsored visits by three Soviets to the US. In 1963 she signed up to teach a summer class in Russian at St. Mark’s School in Dallas, but only one student signed up (William Hootkins, who became an actor and had a minor role in the movie Star Wars as X-Wing pilot Jek Porkins).

      She met the Oswalds through her interest in Russian. A friend from a singing group, Everett Glover, invited her to a party on February 22, 1963 because he thought she would be interested in meeting people who spoke Russian. The Paines and Oswalds spent much time together after the party. Ruth befriended Marina though Lee was more distant, despite Ruth and Michael’s efforts (and the Paines did not care for him much).

      [edit] JFK AssassinationRuth Paine drove Marina Oswald to New Orleans when the Oswalds moved there and back to Dallas when they moved again. When the Oswalds resettled in Dallas, Marina and the Oswald child moved in with Ruth Paine while Lee stayed in a boarding house under the name O.H. Lee. The second Oswald child was born after Marina moved in. Marina helped with the housework and Ruth’s Russian studies while Lee visited on weekends. By this time Michael and Ruth had separated, though their divorce was amicable and Michael was a frequent visitor. At the suggestion of a neighbor, Ruth Paine told Lee Oswald about a job opportunity at the Texas School Book Depository.

      After the assassination Marina and Lee Oswald’s mother Marguerite briefly stayed with Ruth Paine until Marina was taken into custody by the Secret Service. Marguerite and Lee’s brother Robert did not like Ruth Paine, which may have influenced Marina Oswald. They thought Paine sought attention for herself, an opinion Marina would later express before the Warren Commission. Ruth wrote to Marina incessantly, with letters that took an almost desperate tone, but received no response except for a Christmas card. They met briefly in 1964 but afterwards they would never see each other again. Paine heard news about Marina through author Priscilla Johnson McMillan until McMillan’s relationship with Marina broke off in the early 1980s.

      Paine was indirectly responsible for the discovery that Lee Oswald had attempted to assassinate General Edwin Walker in early 1963. Along with letters, Paine repeatedly sent Marina pictures and other items, one of which was a thick book of household advice in Russian, in which Marina had earlier concealed the note left by Lee for Marina the day he attempted to kill Walker. Previously, no one knew who Walker’s would-be assassin was and Marina had not volunteered the information.

      Ruth Paine testified before the Warren Commission and has been interviewed by a number of authors, including Johnson, William Manchester and Gerald Posner. She has appeared in numerous documentaries and even a mock trial of Lee Harvey Oswald. She also testified in Jim Garrison’s trial of Clay Shaw. Paine was not called to testify before the House Select Committee on Assassinations, although the HSCA tracked down a number of less significant witnesses like the Umbrella Man.

      While discussions of her in mainstream press and publications have generally been kind, conspiracy theorists often depict the Paines in a negative light, attempting to connect them to various conspiracies going back generations since Michael Paine’s relatives and ancestors held important government and business positions.

      http://spot.acorn.net/jfkplace/09/fp.back_issues/13th_Issue/copa_paines.html
      Ruth Paine’s father, William Avery Hyde, undertook a Department of State/AID assignment to Peru within weeks of the publication of the Warren Report. His first tour of duty out of the country would last almost three years from October 1964 to August 1967. Mr. Hyde’s official status was that of a contract employee for CLUSA, the Cooperative League of the USA. His job title was that of Regional Insurance Advisor for Latin America. Indeed, Mr. Hyde who for many years was an insurance executive with Nationwide Insurance Company, was the only individual at the time who was accredited to the Latin America Division of the U.S. Agency for International Development for handling insurance problems. Thus he should be considered an important asset of the U.S. government’s economic policies in Latin America during that time period insofar as the promotion of capitalism and modern day business techniques was concerned.

      Hyde’s tour of duty was not limited to Peru. He provided technical assistance to the launching of insurance cooperatives in Bolivia, Ecuador and Panama. His efforts were directed towards all types of coverage, including life, casualty, automobile, and mortgage insurance and brought him into contact with Latin American credit unions, banks and the housing industry. Furthermore, he urged the State Department to consider the development of a Central American Common Market modeled after the European Common Market. Hyde’s experience with insurance cooperatives led him to serve as a consultant to another CLUSAAID cooperative project in Peru called the Artisan Handicraft Project. Inasmuch as Peru’s major economic activity consisted of the folk arts, the U.S. government sought to upgrade the cottage industries and to increase the market for Peru’s export of handicrafts through modern and large scale foreign retailers such as Sears and Roebuck. This in turn would presumably lead to a better standard of living for workers via higher wages and the development of an accompanying infrastructure.

      Ruth’s father contributed to the “end-of-tour” report on the Artisan Handicraft Project as it was drawing to a close. This report, which was routed to both the State Dept. and the CIA, was found by assassination researchers at the AID library in D.C. Of special interest to the State Department was Hyde’s commentary on problems, both politically and culturally, which AID technical advisors could expect to encounter when working in Latin America. These personal remarks consist of only 3 pages but the content is reminiscent of the report which Oswald made about his observations of life in Russia. In fact, a comparison of the two documents reveals Oswald to be the better writer and more thorough observer (notwithstanding the snide remarks about Oswald’s writing and thinking abilities made by Norman Mailer in Oswald’s Tale).

      From this, we can conclude that William Avery Hyde could have been deemed an important source of information for the Domestic Contacts Division of the CIA which collected data of a sociological and economic nature for its in-house encyclopedias on foreign nations. It is not difficult to imagine that George DeMorhenschild and Lee Harvey Oswald may have served the same purpose for the CIA following their travels abroad. In any case, we now see that there is more to Ruth’s Paine’s family background than revealed to us by the Warren Commission or the HSCA or Ruth Paine herself.

  10. Renee says:

    http://homepages.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~syafam/averydes7.htm
    The Descendants of Abraham Avery
    and
    Rebecca Stevens
    continued

    2 Abraham Avery (22 Jun 1782 Montville CT-8 Oct 1853 Wilbraham MA). See Photo, Notes, Text.
    sp Elizabeth Bliss (Abel Bliss & Elizabeth Bartlett) (29 Jan 1788 Wilbraham MA-27 Dec 1851 Wilbraham MA) [20 Oct 1808 Wilbraham MA]. See Notes, Text.
    3 Addison Avery (20 Feb 1810 Wilbraham MA-19 Oct 1841 Boston MA or West Townsend MA). See Notes.
    sp Sylvia Ann Moseley (Nathaniel Moseley & Electa Buckland) (15 Nov 1812 Springfield MA-11 Jul 1861 West Townsend MA) [6 Nov 1834 Springfield MA]. See Notes.
    4 Addison Avery (17 Feb 1837 Boston MA-19 May 1913 Chicago IL). See Notes.
    sp Judith Ellen Horton (Jotham Horton & Judith Delano) (3 Nov 1840 Lowell MA-11 Aug 1910) [14 Mar 1860 Boston MA-]. See Notes.
    5 Mary Elizabeth Avery (15 Dec 1860 Townsend MA-18 Jun 1867 Townsend MA). See Notes.
    5 William Horton Avery/Foster (5 Jun 1863 Montreal PQ CAN-1946). See Notes.
    sp Edith Dunham (Charles Dunham & Caroline Loring) (21 Mar 1864 Geneseo IL-9 May 1950 Ridgewood NJ) [20 May 1885 Henry Co. IL]. See Notes.
    6 Warren Dunham Foster (13 Nov 1886 Geneseo IL-23 Sep 1961 Ridgewood NJ). See Notes.
    sp Willie R. Curtis (William R. Curtis & Mattie K [–?–]) (31 Aug 1882 Milford IL-) [31 Aug 1908 Kendall Co. IL]. See Notes.
    7 Living?
    sp Sigrid Mohrsbach (c.1903 Riga, Russia-)
    sp Mary Pease Wilson (abt 1837-11 Mar 1874 Canon City CO) [17 Feb 1872 Denver CO]. See Notes.
    5 Carrie Camilla Avery (31 Mar 1873 Canon City CO-). See Notes.
    sp Winfred Clark Cronk (Barlow B. Cronk & Salome E. Wilsey) (4 Jun 1878 WI-27 Dec 1940 Linn Co. OR) [6 Jun 1906 Cedaredge CO]. See Notes.
    sp Flora Clementine Gurnsey (Anthony J. Gurnsey & Martha Baldwin) (23 Apr 1846 Watertown CT-10 Apr 1916 Oak Park IL) [11 Aug 1876 Denver CO]. See Notes.
    5 Infant Avery (10 Mar 1879-30 Jul 1879). See Notes.
    5 Addison Edward Avery (10 Jul 1884 Denver CO-Sep 1962). See Notes, Text.
    sp Ada Mary Reed (Henry Martin Reed & Catharine Ardelia Moore) (11 Jul 1879 Osceola Co. IA-Jan 1976) [6 Jun 1906 Lowell MA]. See Notes.
    6 living?
    4 Ann Elizabeth Avery (27 Aug 1838 Boston MA-). See Notes.
    sp William Augustus Smith (William Smith & Nancy Bliss) (27 May 1834 Canada-30 Sep 1887 Rockford IL) [27 May 1862 Philadelphia PA]. See Notes.
    5 Helen Maud Smith (21 Jul 1864 IL or Philadelphia PA-17 Sep 1866). See Notes.
    5 Martha Constance Smith (26 Feb 1868 IL-21 Feb 1922 Palo Alto CA). See Notes.
    sp William Fletcher Hyde (William Penn Hyde & Seraphine Smith Carr) (23 Sep 1860 Old Mystic CT-22 Jun 1939 Palo Alto CA) [2 Jun 1900 Palo Alto CA]. See Notes.
    6 William Avery Hyde (4 Jun 1902 Palo Alto CA-22 Apr 1982 Greene Co. OH). See Notes.
    sp Carol Elizabeth Hyde (Charles Ludlow Hyde & Elizabeth Rowe Dudley) (14 Aug 1900 Colorado Springs CO-10 Jun 1978 Pinellas Co. FL) [28 Jul 1926 Palo Alto CA]. See Notes.
    7 Living?
    6 John Vincent Hyde (abt 1904-by 1910). See Notes.
    6 Theodore Hyde (31 Jul 1905 San Francisco CA-6 Jan 1991 Contra Costa Co. CA). See Notes.
    6 Sylvia Alden Hyde (25 Mar 1907 Palo Alto CA-14 Aug 1999). See Notes.
    sp Otto von Thulen Rhoades (William Daniel Rhoades & Frieda Wilhelmina von Thulen) (6 Dec 1896 Casper WY-20 Jun 1979 Contra Costa Co. CA) [29 Aug 1943 Palo Alto CA]. See Notes.
    7 Living?
    4 John Avery (8 Apr 1841 Boston MA-10 May 1912 Newton MA). See Notes, Text.
    sp Martha Elizabeth Brigham (Lowell Brigham & Harriet Newell Williams) (8 Sep 1839 Southborough MA-7 Mar 1885 St. Augustine FL) [15 Oct 1862 Southborough MA]. See Notes.
    5 Harriet Avery (29 Feb 1864 Malden MA-20 Sep 1928). See Notes.
    sp Ellery Peabody (Ellery Peabody & Mary Jane Sherburne) (21 Jun 1864 Milton MA-10 Jul 1946) [24 Oct 1888 West Newton MA]. See Notes, Text.
    6 Margaret Peabody (14 Oct 1889 West Newton MA-). See Notes.
    sp Otto von Schrader Snyder (John Snyder & Margaret Ann Kiniff) (2 Apr 1884 St. Louis MO-20 Aug 1971 Collier Co. FL) [9 Jun 1911]. See Notes.
    7 Living?
    6 Ellery Peabody (23 Apr 1896 Newton MA-23 Oct 1918 France). See Notes.
    6 Avery Sherburne Peabody (17 Sep 1903 Newton MA-23 Mar 1973 Waltham MA). See Notes, Text.
    sp Annie Peabody (Ellery Peabody & Mary Jane Sherburne) (21 Sep 1859 Boston MA-) [15 Jun 1887 West Newton MA]. See Notes, Text.
    5 John Avery (6 Jan 1889 West Newton MA-Oct 1965). See Notes.
    sp Margaret C. [–?–] (c. 1893 MD-) [c.1917]. See Notes.
    6 living?
    3 Infant Avery (26 Apr 1812-29 Apr 1812). See Notes.
    3 Benjamin Avery (16 Jun 1813 Wilbraham MA-13 Dec 1819 Wilbraham MA). See Notes.
    3 Simeon Avery (22 Aug 1817 Wilbraham MA-12 Mar 1819 Wilbraham MA). See Notes.
    3 Elizabeth Avery (13 Oct 1819 Wilbraham MA-17 Oct 1837). See Notes.
    3 Julia Avery (18 Apr 1822 Wilbraham MA-14 Mar 1874 Newton Center MA). See Photo, Notes.
    sp John Roper (6 Jun 1813 YKS ENG-30 Mar 1847) [13 Jun 1842 Boston MA]. See Notes.
    4 John Roper (26 Jun 1843 Milbury MA-25 Sep 1903, Chicago IL). See Notes, Text.
    sp Adeline Stowell (Ephraim Stowell & Mary A. [–?–]) (Dec 1847 IL-14 Jun 1928, Northampton MA) [2 Jul 1871, Brookfield MA]. See Notes.
    5 John Roper (Jan 1872 IL-Mar 1926). See Notes.
    5 Eleanor Roper (9 Jul 1873 Brookfield MA-). See Notes.
    5 Julia Avery Roper (28 May 1877 Chicago IL-). See Notes.
    5 Thomas Avery Roper (22 Jun 1889 Chicago IL-1 Aug 1946 Hamilton ON). See Notes.
    sp Margaret Carr (Richard H. Carr & Grace Salisbury) (31 May 1898 Evanston IL-13 Mar 1992 Monterey Co. CA). See Notes.
    4 Julia Roper (11 May 1847 Chillicothe OH-14 Oct 1847 Wilbraham MA). See Notes.
    sp George Curtis Rand (John Rand & Betsy Babcock) (13 Dec 1819 Danville VT-30 Dec 1878 Newton Center MA) [16 Jan 1851 Wilbraham MA]. See Photo, Notes, Text.
    4 Avery Lewis Rand (24 Nov 1851 Boston or Wilbraham MA-11 Dec 1918 Cambridge MA). See Notes, Text.
    sp Sarah Jennette Wood (Bartholemew Wood & Sarah Burke) (23 May 1852 Newton Centre MA-31 Oct 1942 Belmont MA) [16 Jun 1874 Newton Center MA]. See Notes.
    5 Margaret Rand (1 Sep 1875 Newton Centre MA-3 Nov 1954 Petersborough NH). See Notes.
    5 Avery Lewis Rand (21 Aug 1877 Brookline MA-1961, bur Newton Center MA). See Photo, Notes.
    sp Bessie Alice Brown (9 Dec 1884 Thornton or Plymouth NH-Nov 1970 Miami OK, bur Newton Center MA) [Plymouth NH]. See Notes.
    6 Burke Brown Rand (24 Jul 1907 Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada-Nov 1983). See Notes.
    sp Dorothy Burnett Mason (Oliver Franklin Mason & Ethel Burnett) (30 Sep 1905 Afton, Indian Territory {Ottawa Co. OK}, USA-10 Dec 1999) [15 Jul 1934 Miami OK]. See Notes.
    7 Living?
    6 Allen Elliott Rand (3 Jan 1910 Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada-13 Jan 1963). See Notes.
    sp living?
    7 Living?
    5 Rachel Rand (3 Sep 1879 Brookline MA-26 Feb 1927 Kalamazoo MI). See Notes.
    sp Edwin Whitney Bishop (Sherman Benjamin Bishop & Ellen Lucina Webber) (12 May 1869 Norwich CT-19 Jan 1942 Battle Creek MI) [11 Jun 1903 Newton Center MA]. See Notes.
    6 David Rand Bishop (11 Jun 1904 Concord NH-28 Jul 1994 Meridian MI). See Notes.
    sp Myra Lou Deacon (William J. Deacon & Myra [–?–]) (27 Mar 1906 Topeka KS-16 Sep 1999) [c.1930]. See Notes.
    7 Living?
    6 Helen Bishop (3 May 1906 Concord NH-). See Notes.
    6 Ruth Bishop (12 Dec 1908 Oak Park IL-). See Notes.
    5 Winifred Rand (2 Oct 1881 Newton Centre MA-1955). See Notes.
    5 Leslie Rand (16 Jul 1883 Newton Centre MA-20 Jul 1968 Falls Church VA). See Notes.
    sp Ben Edwin Lindsly (Harry Condit Lindsly & Emma Clarissa Fish) (19 Oct 1882 St. Louis MO-2 Mar 1962 Falls Church VA) [28 Oct 1907 Newton Center MA]. See Notes, Text.
    6 Robert Rand Lindsly (20 Jul 1908 El Paso TX-21 Apr 1989 Bartlesville OK). See Notes.
    sp Martha Elizabeth Brown (Lebern Kelly Brown & Leta May Woodward) (3 Dec 1911 Ardmore OK-30 Jun 1983 Bartlesville OK) [20 Oct 1933 Muskogee OK]. See Notes.
    7 Living?
    6 Martha Goodrich Lindsly (10 Feb 1910 Nogales AZ-20 Oct 2006). See Notes.
    sp Allen Anderson Dobey (Austin England Dobey & Hattie Marina Newsom) (17 Nov 1909 Salisbury NC-21 Jun 1980 Arlington VA) [30 Dec 1939 Washington DC]. See Notes.
    7 Living?
    5 Robert Rand (28 May 1885 Newton Centre MA-Feb 1965 Belmont MA). See Notes.
    sp Eleanor Farrand Perry (24 Sep 1887 Eskrige KS-Dec 1972 Belmont MA) [28 Aug 1912 Manhattan KS]. See Notes.
    6 living?
    5 Stuart Craig Rand (9 Jun 1888 Newton Centre MA-7 Oct 1956 Boston MA). See Notes, Text.
    sp Louise Spofford Hooker ([–?–] Spofford & Ida Brown) (16 Dec 1890 Bridgton ME-13 Aug 1955 Norwell MA) [20 Feb 1915 Arlington MA]. See Notes.
    6 Katherine Rand (5 Apr 1917 Cambridge MA-25 Oct 1991 Weymouth MA). See Notes.
    sp Abbott McConell Washburn (5 Mar 1915 Duluth MN-11 Dec 2003 Washington DC) [5 Jan or 3 Feb 1935 Maine]. See Notes.
    7 Joan Washburn (20 Sep 1935 Boston MA-18 Dec 1936 Cambridge MA). See Notes.
    sp Peirce Fuller (12 Oct 1912 Newton MA-16 Jan 2001 Weymouth MA) [2 Nov 1940 Boston MA]. See Notes, Text.
    7 Living?
    6 Stuart Craig Rand (1 Feb 1920 Cambridge MA-17 Mar 1933 Belmont MA). See Notes.
    sp Carol Schroter Bacon (Alexander Bacon & Harriet W. [–?–]) [10 Mar 1956 Norwell MA]. See Notes.
    4 Julia Avery Rand (27 Jun 1858 Boston MA-2 Dec 1921 Evanston IL). See Photo, Notes.
    sp Frank Collins Hills (Newberry C. Hills & Cynthia Waite) (9 Jun 1850 IL-10 Mar 1924 Evanston IL) [1 Oct 1879 Cook Co. IL]. See Notes.
    5 Dorothy Hills (17 Jan 1881 Chicago IL-). See Notes.
    5 David A. Hills (14 Oct 1889 Chicago IL-). See Notes.
    5 Ruth Hills (Jun 1891 IL-17 Feb 1907 Cook Co. IL). See Notes.
    4 Emma Curtis Rand (22 Oct 1860 Newton Center MA-31 Jul 1944 Milwaukee WI). See Photo, Notes, Text.
    sp Charles Augustus Richardson (Charles Bartholemew Richardson & Julia Anna Hyde) (27 May 1856 Cambridgeport MA-16 Jan 1936 Oak Park IL) [13 Jun 1882 Newton Center MA]. See Photo, Notes, Text.
    5 Helen Richardson (30 Apr 1883 Chicago IL-8 Jan 1970, bur Forest Park IL). See Photo, Notes.
    sp Vilas Parker (William B. Parker & Emily Vilas) (24 Aug 1886 Northampton MA-16 Aug 1970) [1 Sep 1917 Oak Park IL]. See Notes.
    6 living
    5 Charlotte Richardson (5 Oct 1885 Chicago IL-14 Dec 1966 Waukesha WI,bur Pewaukee WI). See Photo 1, Photo 2, Notes, Text.
    sp Joseph Bolles Ely (Franklin Ely & Florence Amanda Bradbury) (14 Jan 1885 Pewaukee WI-30 Apr 1972 Waukesha WI, bur Pewaukee WI) [17 Jun 1910 Oak Park IL]. See Photo 1, Photo 2, Photo 3, Notes.
    6 living
    5 Curtis Rand Richardson (1 May 1889 Chicago IL-26 Jun 1977 Waukesha WI; bur Pewaukee WI). See Photo 1, Photo 2, Notes, Text.
    sp Gertrude Leona Blotz (John Martin Blotz & Mary Anne Symons) (31 Mar 1896 Dodgeville WI-4 Jul 1974 Pewaukee WI) [13 Nov 1924 Savannah IL (they eloped)]. See Notes.
    6 living
    5 Douglas Hyde Richardson (15/17 Jul 1895 Oak Park IL-2 Mar 1948 Duluth MN). See Photo 1, Photo 2 (on right), Photo 3, Notes, Text.
    sp Esther Louise Williams (F.H. Williams & Tena? Paulsen) (29 Aug 1898 WI-22 Oct 1968 Saint Louis Co. MN.) [6 Oct 1923 Viroqua WI]. See Photo, Notes.
    6 Mary Jane Richardson (11 Sep 1924 Milwaukee WI-7 Dec 2007 Laramie WY). See Photo, Notes.
    sp Vernon Kenneth Erikson (parents) (15 Jul 1921-23 Nov 2009) [14 Feb 1947]. See Notes.
    7 Living?
    6 Douglas Hyde Richardson (14 Jul 1927 Milwaukee WI-20 Aug 1979 Jamaica, British West Indies). See Notes.
    sp living?
    7 Living?
    6 Robert Williams Richardson (1 Apr 1929 Milwaukee WI-Jun 1978). See Photo, Notes.
    sp living?
    7 Living?
    5 Margaret Richardson (23 Feb 1902 Chicago IL-3 Feb 1974 Madison WI, bur Troy Twp, Walworth Co. WI). See Photo, Notes, Text.
    sp Wilford Douglas York (John Henry Wilford York & Mary Beethe McKaig) (5 Oct 1898 Detroit MI-17 Mar 1966 Mexico City MEX, bur Troy Twp, Walworth Co. WI) [3 Sep 1927 Oak Park IL]. See Photo, Notes, Text.
    6 living
    3 Abraham Avery (15 Nov 1824 Wilbraham MA-3 Apr 1893 Los Angeles CA or Boston MA). See Photo, Notes, Text.
    sp Margaret Cook Camp (William Smithson Camp & Margaret Cook) (27 Dec 1828 Middletown CT-29 Jan 1891 Boston MA) [19 Nov 1851 Middletown CT]. See Notes.
    4 Annie Avery (29 Oct 1856 Middletown CT-). See Notes, Text.
    sp Thomas Marvin Whidden (Thomas Jones Whidden & Ann Marvin) (9 Sep 1850 Boston MA-6 Mar 1891 Newton Center) [27 Oct 1881 Boston MA]. See Notes.
    5 Thomas Avery Whidden (13 Apr 1882 Brookline MA-). See Notes, Text.
    sp Marguerite Mason (Henry White Mason & Ida Perry Dawes) (28 Jun 1885 Newton MA-) [7 Jan 1926 Brookline MA]. See Notes.
    5 Margaret Whidden (13 Oct 1883 Brookline MA-26 Jan 1937 Salt Lake Co. UT). See Notes.
    sp Robert Wallace (George Wallace & Martha Boutelle Snow) (22 Mar 1884 Newton MA-) [2 Jun 1909 Newton MA]. See Notes.
    6 living?
    5 Robert Avery Whidden (14 May 1889 Newton Center MA-16 Oct 1953). See Notes, Text.
    sp Elizabeth Frances Drinkwater (John W. Drinkwater & Amy E. Gates) (Jan 1889 Kansas City MO-) [23 Apr 1914 Newton MA]. See Notes.
    6 Robert G. Whidden (c. 1917 MA-19 Aug 1943 near Hampstead NH). See Notes, Text.
    sp living?
    4 William Smithson Avery (26 Mar 1858 Boston MA-13 Aug 1859 Boston MA). See Notes.
    4 Kate Camp Avery (22 Sep 1861 Boston MA-9 Jan 1930). See Notes.
    sp Frank Kirkwood Hallock (Winthrop Bailey Hallock & Mary Kirkwood Kent) (18 Aug 1860 Oyster Bay NY-29 Apr 1937 Cromwell CT) [7 May 1890 Boston MA]. See Notes, Text.
    5 Winthrop Avery Hallock (13 Jan 1892-25 Dec 1921). See Notes.
    5 Abraham Avery Hallock (18 Mar 1893 Cromwell CT-17 May 1955 Middletown CT). See Notes.
    sp Elizabeth M. Paul (4 Feb 1902-3 Dec 1969). See Notes.
    5 Mary Hallock (10 Feb 1898 CT-19 Mar 1958). See Notes.
    sp Sinclair Wallace Armstrong (Andrew Campbell Armstrong & Mabel Chester Murray) (31 Mar 1897 Middletown CT-20 Mar 1959 Providence RI) [27 Jun 1925]. See Notes, Text.
    5 Leonard Avery Hallock (2 Jan 1900 CT-31 May 1976, New York City NY). See Notes.
    5 Elizabeth Hallock (18 Jul 1901 CT-). See Notes.
    sp James Galbraith Vermillion (23 Aug 1900 Smithfield OH-) [10 Sep 1927]. See Notes.
    sp Belinda Cordelia Brewer (William Brewer & Jemima Boltwood) (5 Aug 1805 Wilbraham MA-15 Nov 1877 Cambridge MA) [6 May 1852 Wilbraham MA]. See Notes.

    ——————————————————————————–
    William Stevens Avery: Part 1
    Ashbel Stevens Avery: Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4
    Nathan Avery: Part 5, Anna Avery: Part 6, Abraham Avery: Part 7
    Rebecca Avery, Samuel Avery, Dolly Avery, Thomas Avery: Part 8

    NOTE***BISHOP ?***
    http://wtpotus.wordpress.com/2010/02/14/amy-bishop/

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Queen_Emma_of_Hawaii

    ***NOTE***
    4 Addison Avery (17 Feb 1837 Boston MA-19 May 1913 Chicago IL). See Notes.
    sp Judith Ellen Horton (Jotham Horton & Judith Delano) (3 Nov 1840 Lowell MA-11 Aug 1910) [14 Mar 1860 Boston MA-]. See Notes.
    5 Mary Elizabeth Avery (15 Dec 1860 Townsend MA-18 Jun 1867 Townsend MA). See Notes.
    5 William Horton Avery/Foster (5 Jun 1863 Montreal PQ CAN-1946). See Notes.
    sp Edith Dunham (Charles Dunham & Caroline Loring) (21 Mar 1864 Geneseo IL-9 May 1950 Ridgewood NJ) [20 May 1885 Henry Co. IL]. See Notes.
    6 Warren Dunham Foster (13 Nov 1886 Geneseo IL-23 Sep 1961 Ridgewood NJ). See Notes.
    sp Willie R. Curtis (William R. Curtis & Mattie K [–?–]) (31 Aug 1882 Milford IL-) [31 Aug 1908 Kendall Co. IL]. See Notes.
    7 Living?
    sp Sigrid Mohrsbach (c.1903 Riga, Russia-)
    sp Mary Pease Wilson (abt 1837-11 Mar 1874 Canon City CO) [17 Feb 1872 Denver CO]. See Notes.

  11. Renee says:

    http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/JFKpaineM.htm
    Michael Paine was born in 1928. After university he worked as a research engineer. In 1958 he began work for Bell Helicopter Company in Fort Worth under Walter Dornberger. After his marriage to Ruth Paine he settled in Irving, Texas. The couple were both active members of the American Civil Liberties Union.

    In 1963 Michael Paine left the family home and moved into an apartment in Grand Prairie. According to the author Jim Bishop (The Day Kennedy Was Shot), it was a “friendly estrangement”.

    Ruth Paine continued to live in Irving and at a party in February, 1963 she was introduced to Marina Oswald and Lee Harvey Oswald by George De Mohrenschildt. On 24th April, 1963, Marina and her daughter went to live with Ruth Paine. Oswald rented a room in Dallas but stored some of his possessions in Ruth Paine’s garage. Ruth also helped Oswald to get a job at the Texas School Book Depository.

    According to fellow worker, Dave Noel, Michael Paine discussed the “character of assassins” a few hours before President John F. Kennedy was killed. He also returned to his home in Irving at 3.00 p.m. to find Dallas police officers searching the premises. He told the police: “As soon as I found out about it, I hurried over to see if I could help.”

    ***NOTE***George De Mohrenschildt***

    *MOHREN*
    *Shildt* SHIELD*

  12. Renee says:

    Baker;
    Oregon Foundations – Foundation DataBook http://www.foundationdatabook.com/Pages/or/orlinks.html – Oregon Foundations – Foundation DataBook
    Baker Family Foundation gosw.org/sites/bakerff William H. Bauman & Mary … Frank & Mary Gill Foundation. The Giustina Foundation … Maree Noble-Elizabeth Stumpf Memorial Foundation. North Star Foundation .

    ***GILL***
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ruth_Roche,_Baroness_Fermoy
    (See also Lady Diana Spencer and Dodi Al-Fayad family)

    • Renee says:

      Giustina is Bonaparte too…
      http://thepeerage.com/p11240.htm
      Camillo Borghese, Prince Borghese1
      M, #112391, b. 1775, d. 1832

      Last Edited=4 Jan 2009

      Prince Camillo Borghese
      by François Pascal Simon Gérard 2 Camillo Borghese, Prince Borghese was born in 1775.1 He married Marie Paulette Bonaparte, Duchess of Guastalla, daughter of Carlo Maria Bonaparte and Maria Letizia Ramolino, on 28 August 1803. He died in 1832.1
      He gained the title of Prince Camillo Borghese.1 He gained the title of Prince Camillo of Sulmona.1
      Citations
      [S16] Jirí Louda and Michael MacLagan, Lines of Succession: Heraldry of the Royal Families of Europe, 2nd edition (London, U.K.: Little, Brown and Company, 1999), table 72. Hereinafter cited as Lines of Succession.
      [S3409] Caroline Maubois, “re: Penancoet Family,” e-mail message to Darryl Roger Lundy, 2 December 2008. Hereinafter cited as “re: Penancoet Family.”
      Maria Annunziata Carolina Bonaparte1
      F, #112392, b. 25 March 1782, d. 18 May 1839

      Maria Annunziata Carolina Bonaparte|b. 25 Mar 1782\nd. 18 May 1839|p11240.htm#i112392|Carlo Maria Bonaparte|b. 29 Mar 1746\nd. 24 Feb 1785|p11238.htm#i112373|Maria Letizia Ramolino|b. 24 Aug 1749\nd. 2 Feb 1836|p11238.htm#i112374|Giuseppe M. Buonaparte||p19820.htm#i198200|Maria S. Paravicini||p22442.htm#i224419|Gian G. Ramolino||p22442.htm#i224420|Angela M. Pietra-Santa||p22443.htm#i224421|

      Last Edited=28 Sep 2012

      Maria Annunziata Carolina Bonaparte 2 Maria Annunziata Carolina Bonaparte was born on 25 March 1782 at Ajaccio, Corsica, France. She was the daughter of Carlo Maria Bonaparte and Maria Letizia Ramolino.3 She married Joachim Murat, King of Naples on 20 January 1800. She died on 18 May 1839 at age 57 at Florence, Italy.
      Maria Annunziata Carolina Bonaparte usually went by her middle name of Carolina.4 Her married name became Murat. As of after 1804, Maria Annunziata Carolina Bonaparte usually went by her middle name of Caroline.1
      Children of Maria Annunziata Carolina Bonaparte and Joachim Murat, King of Naples
      Prince Achille Charles Louis Napoleón Murat5 b. 21 Jan 1801, d. 15 Apr 1847
      Princess Marie Laetizia Joséphine Annonciade Murat+5 b. 26 Apr 1802, d. 12 Mar 1859
      Prince Lucien Charles Joseph Napoleón Murat+5 b. 16 May 1803, d. 10 Apr 1878
      Princess Louise Julie Caroline Murat+1 b. 21 Mar 1805, d. 1 Dec 1889
      Citations
      [S3380] Patricia Ruijzendaal, “re: Austrian Royalty,” e-mail message to Darryl Roger Lundy, 19 November 2008. Hereinafter cited as “re: Austrian Royalty.”
      [S3409] Caroline Maubois, “re: Penancoet Family,” e-mail message to Darryl Roger Lundy, 2 December 2008. Hereinafter cited as “re: Penancoet Family.”
      [S16] Jirí Louda and Michael MacLagan, Lines of Succession: Heraldry of the Royal Families of Europe, 2nd edition (London, U.K.: Little, Brown and Company, 1999), table 72. Hereinafter cited as Lines of Succession.
      [S38] John Morby, Dynasties of the World: a chronological and genealogical handbook (Oxford, Oxfordshire, U.K.: Oxford University Press, 1989), page 103. Hereinafter cited as Dynasties of the World.
      [S1710] Juan Carlos Marino y Montero, “re: Sapieha-Potocki Family,” e-mail message to Darryl Roger Lundy, 4 May 2006. Hereinafter cited as “re: Sapieha-Potocki Family.”
      William Vane, 1st Viscount Vane1
      M, #112393, b. circa 1680, d. 20 May 1734

      William Vane, 1st Viscount Vane|b. c 1680\nd. 20 May 1734|p11240.htm#i112393|Christopher Vane, 1st Baron Barnard of Barnard’s Castle|b. 21 May 1653\nd. 28 Oct 1723|p10680.htm#i106791|Lady Elizabeth Holles|b. c 1657\nd. 9 Nov 1725|p10687.htm#i106864|Sir Henry Vane the Younger|b. 26 May 1613\nd. 14 Jun 1662|p10685.htm#i106844|Frances Wray||p10685.htm#i106848|Gilbert Holles, 3rd Earl of Clare|b. 24 Apr 1633\nd. 16 Jan 1688/89|p10688.htm#i106876|Grace Pierrepont|d. Jul 1702|p10693.htm#i106930|

      Last Edited=30 Jan 2011
      William Vane, 1st Viscount Vane was born circa 1680.1 He was the son of Christopher Vane, 1st Baron Barnard of Barnard’s Castle and Lady Elizabeth Holles.1 A settlement for the marriage between him and Lucy Jolliffe was made on 15 November 1703.2 He died on 20 May 1734 at Fairlawn, Wrotham, Kent, England, from apoplexy.2 He was buried on 5 June 1734 at Shipbourne, Tonbridge, Kent, England, with some pomp.2
      He inherited a considerable fortune from his mother’s family.2 He held the office of Member of Parliament (M.P.) (Whig) for County Durham between 1708 and 1710.2 He held the office of Member of Parliament (M.P.) (Whig) for Kent between 1715 and 1722.2 He was created 1st Baron Vane of Dungannon, co. Tyrone [Ireland] on 13 September 1720.2 He was created 1st Viscount Vane [Ireland] on 13 September 1720.2 He held the office of Member of Parliament (M.P.) (Whig) for Steyning between 1727 and 1734.2 He held the office of Member of Parliament (M.P.) (Whig) for Kent between 15 May 1734 and 20 May 1734.2
      Children of William Vane, 1st Viscount Vane and Lucy Jolliffe
      Hon. Christopher Vane2 b. 1704, d. 19 Jul 1721
      Hon. John Vane2 b. 1707, d. 5 Feb 1723/24
      William Holles Vane, 2nd Viscount Vane3 b. 4 Feb 1713/14, d. 5 Apr 1789
      Citations
      [S8] Charles Mosley, editor, Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 106th edition, 2 volumes (Crans, Switzerland: Burke’s Peerage (Genealogical Books) Ltd, 1999), volume 1, page 191. Hereinafter cited as Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 106th edition.
      [S6] G.E. Cokayne; with Vicary Gibbs, H.A. Doubleday, Geoffrey H. White, Duncan Warrand and Lord Howard de Walden, editors, The Complete Peerage of England, Scotland, Ireland, Great Britain and the United Kingdom, Extant, Extinct or Dormant, new ed., 13 volumes in 14 (1910-1959; reprint in 6 volumes, Gloucester, U.K.: Alan Sutton Publishing, 2000), volume XII/2, page 214. Hereinafter cited as The Complete Peerage.
      [S6] Cokayne, and others, The Complete Peerage, volume XII/2, page 215.
      Maria Giustina Melchiorra Giuseppa Leonarda Pecori-Sauréz1,2
      F, #112394, b. 27 November 1811, d. 30 January 1903

      Maria Giustina Melchiorra Giuseppa Leonarda Pecori-Sauréz|b. 27 Nov 1811\nd. 30 Jan 1903|p11240.htm#i112394|Count Bernard Pecori-Sauréz||p11240.htm#i112395|Giulia Sirigatti||p22714.htm#i227137|||||||||||||

      Last Edited=30 Mar 2007
      Maria Giustina Melchiorra Giuseppa Leonarda Pecori-Sauréz was born on 27 November 1811 at Florence, Italy.2 She was the daughter of Count Bernard Pecori-Sauréz and Giulia Sirigatti.1,2 She married, firstly, Marchese Luigi Bartolini-Baldelli.2 She married, secondly, Jérôme Bonaparte, König von Westphalen, son of Carlo Maria Bonaparte and Maria Letizia Ramolino, on 19 January 1853 at Paris, France, in a civil marriage.1,2 Maria Giustina Melchiorra Giuseppa Leonarda and Jérôme were also married in a religious ceremony in 1840.2 She died on 30 January 1903 at age 91 at Florence, Italy.2
      Maria Giustina Melchiorra Giuseppa Leonarda Pecori-Sauréz usually went by her middle name of Giustina.2 Her married name became Bartolini-Baldelli.2 Her married name became Bonaparte.
      Citations
      [S16] Jirí Louda and Michael MacLagan, Lines of Succession: Heraldry of the Royal Families of Europe, 2nd edition (London, U.K.: Little, Brown and Company, 1999), table 72. Hereinafter cited as Lines of Succession.
      [S36] Hugh Montgomery-Massingberd, editor, Burke’s Royal Families of the World, Volume 1: Europe & Latin America (London, U.K.: Burke’s Peerage Ltd, 1977), page 108. Hereinafter cited as Burke’s Royal Families of the World, Volume 1.
      Count Bernard Pecori-Sauréz1
      M, #112395

      Last Edited=30 Mar 2007
      Count Bernard Pecori-Sauréz married Giulia Sirigatti.2
      He was also known as Bernardo Pecori-Giraldi.2
      Child of Count Bernard Pecori-Sauréz and Giulia Sirigatti
      Maria Giustina Melchiorra Giuseppa Leonarda Pecori-Sauréz1 b. 27 Nov 1811, d. 30 Jan 1903
      Citations
      [S16] Jirí Louda and Michael MacLagan, Lines of Succession: Heraldry of the Royal Families of Europe, 2nd edition (London, U.K.: Little, Brown and Company, 1999), table 72. Hereinafter cited as Lines of Succession.
      [S36] Hugh Montgomery-Massingberd, editor, Burke’s Royal Families of the World, Volume 1: Europe & Latin America (London, U.K.: Burke’s Peerage Ltd, 1977), page 108. Hereinafter cited as Burke’s Royal Families of the World, Volume 1.

      Jérôme Napoléon Bonaparte1,2
      M, #112396, b. 7 July 1805, d. 17 June 1870

      Jérôme Napoléon Bonaparte|b. 7 Jul 1805\nd. 17 Jun 1870|p11240.htm#i112396|Jérôme Bonaparte, König von Westphalen|b. 15 Nov 1784\nd. 24 Jun 1860|p10702.htm#i107014|Elizabeth Patterson|b. 6 Feb 1785\nd. 4 Apr 1879|p10702.htm#i107013|Carlo M. Bonaparte|b. 29 Mar 1746\nd. 24 Feb 1785|p11238.htm#i112373|Maria L. Ramolino|b. 24 Aug 1749\nd. 2 Feb 1836|p11238.htm#i112374|William Patterson|b. b 1769|p10702.htm#i107012|Dorothy Spear||p22713.htm#i227122|

      Last Edited=30 Mar 2007
      Jérôme Napoléon Bonaparte was born on 7 July 1805 at Camberwell, Surrey, England.2 He was the son of Jérôme Bonaparte, König von Westphalen and Elizabeth Patterson.1 He was baptised on 9 May 1809 at Baltimore, Maryland, U.S.A..2 He married Susan May Williams, daughter of Benjamin Williams and Sarah Williams, on 3 November 1829 at Baltimore, Maryland, U.S.A..2 He died on 17 June 1870 at age 64 at Baltimore, Maryland, U.S.A..2
      Children of Jérôme Napoléon Bonaparte and Susan May Williams
      Jérôme Napoléon Bonaparte+2 b. 5 Nov 1830, d. 3 Sep 1893
      Charles Joseph Bonaparte3 b. 9 Jun 1851, d. 28 Jun 1921
      Citations
      [S16] Jirí Louda and Michael MacLagan, Lines of Succession: Heraldry of the Royal Families of Europe, 2nd edition (London, U.K.: Little, Brown and Company, 1999), table 72. Hereinafter cited as Lines of Succession.
      [S36] Hugh Montgomery-Massingberd, editor, Burke’s Royal Families of the World, Volume 1: Europe & Latin America (London, U.K.: Burke’s Peerage Ltd, 1977), page 107. Hereinafter cited as Burke’s Royal Families of the World, Volume 1.
      [S36] Hugh Montgomery-Massingberd, Burke’s Royal Families of the World, Volume 1, page 108.
      Susan May Williams1
      F, #112397, b. 2 April 1812, d. 15 September 1881

      Susan May Williams|b. 2 Apr 1812\nd. 15 Sep 1881|p11240.htm#i112397|Benjamin Williams||p11240.htm#i112398|Sarah Williams||p22711.htm#i227108|||||||||||||

      Last Edited=30 Mar 2007
      Susan May Williams was born on 2 April 1812 at Baltimore, Maryland, U.S.A..1 She was the daughter of Benjamin Williams and Sarah Williams.2,1 She married Jérôme Napoléon Bonaparte, son of Jérôme Bonaparte, König von Westphalen and Elizabeth Patterson, on 3 November 1829 at Baltimore, Maryland, U.S.A..1 She died on 15 September 1881 at age 69.3,1
      From 3 November 1829, her married name became Bonaparte.1
      Children of Susan May Williams and Jérôme Napoléon Bonaparte
      Jérôme Napoléon Bonaparte+1 b. 5 Nov 1830, d. 3 Sep 1893
      Charles Joseph Bonaparte4 b. 9 Jun 1851, d. 28 Jun 1921
      Citations
      [S36] Hugh Montgomery-Massingberd, editor, Burke’s Royal Families of the World, Volume 1: Europe & Latin America (London, U.K.: Burke’s Peerage Ltd, 1977), page 107. Hereinafter cited as Burke’s Royal Families of the World, Volume 1.
      [S16] Jirí Louda and Michael MacLagan, Lines of Succession: Heraldry of the Royal Families of Europe, 2nd edition (London, U.K.: Little, Brown and Company, 1999), table 72. Hereinafter cited as Lines of Succession.
      [S16] Louda and MacLagan, Lines of Succession, table 72, says 1861.
      [S36] Hugh Montgomery-Massingberd, Burke’s Royal Families of the World, Volume 1, page 108.
      Benjamin Williams1
      M, #112398

      Last Edited=30 Mar 2007
      Benjamin Williams married Sarah Williams.2
      He lived at Roxbury, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, U.S.A..2 He lived at Baltimore, Maryland, U.S.A..2
      Child of Benjamin Williams and Sarah Williams
      Susan May Williams+1 b. 2 Apr 1812, d. 15 Sep 1881
      Citations
      [S16] Jirí Louda and Michael MacLagan, Lines of Succession: Heraldry of the Royal Families of Europe, 2nd edition (London, U.K.: Little, Brown and Company, 1999), table 72. Hereinafter cited as Lines of Succession.
      [S36] Hugh Montgomery-Massingberd, editor, Burke’s Royal Families of the World, Volume 1: Europe & Latin America (London, U.K.: Burke’s Peerage Ltd, 1977), page 107. Hereinafter cited as Burke’s Royal Families of the World, Volume 1.
      Jérôme Napoléon Charles Bonaparte, Prince de Montfort1
      M, #112399, b. 24 August 1814, d. 12 May 1847

      Jérôme Napoléon Charles Bonaparte, Prince de Montfort|b. 24 Aug 1814\nd. 12 May 1847|p11240.htm#i112399|Jérôme Bonaparte, König von Westphalen|b. 15 Nov 1784\nd. 24 Jun 1860|p10702.htm#i107014|Friederike Katharine Sophie Dorothea Prinzessin von Württemberg|b. 21 Feb 1783\nd. 28 Nov 1835|p10172.htm#i101715|Carlo M. Bonaparte|b. 29 Mar 1746\nd. 24 Feb 1785|p11238.htm#i112373|Maria L. Ramolino|b. 24 Aug 1749\nd. 2 Feb 1836|p11238.htm#i112374|Friedrich II (I) Wilhelm Karl König von Württemberg|b. 6 Nov 1754\nd. 30 Oct 1816|p10090.htm#i100894|Auguste C. F. L. Prinzessin von Braunschweig-Wolfenbüttel|b. 3 Dec 1764\nd. 27 Sep 1788|p10847.htm#i108467|

      Last Edited=30 Mar 2007
      Jérôme Napoléon Charles Bonaparte, Prince de Montfort was born on 24 August 1814 at Trieste, Italy.1 He was the son of Jérôme Bonaparte, König von Westphalen and Friederike Katharine Sophie Dorothea Prinzessin von Württemberg.2 He died on 12 May 1847 at age 32 at Florence, Italy, unmarried.1
      He gained the title of Prince de Français.1 He was created Prince de Montfort.2
      Citations
      [S36] Hugh Montgomery-Massingberd, editor, Burke’s Royal Families of the World, Volume 1: Europe & Latin America (London, U.K.: Burke’s Peerage Ltd, 1977), page 108. Hereinafter cited as Burke’s Royal Families of the World, Volume 1.
      [S16] Jirí Louda and Michael MacLagan, Lines of Succession: Heraldry of the Royal Families of Europe, 2nd edition (London, U.K.: Little, Brown and Company, 1999), table 72. Hereinafter cited as Lines of Succession.
      Mathilde Laetitia Wilhelmine Bonaparte1
      F, #112400, b. 27 May 1820, d. 2 January 1904

      Mathilde Laetitia Wilhelmine Bonaparte|b. 27 May 1820\nd. 2 Jan 1904|p11240.htm#i112400|Jérôme Bonaparte, König von Westphalen|b. 15 Nov 1784\nd. 24 Jun 1860|p10702.htm#i107014|Friederike Katharine Sophie Dorothea Prinzessin von Württemberg|b. 21 Feb 1783\nd. 28 Nov 1835|p10172.htm#i101715|Carlo M. Bonaparte|b. 29 Mar 1746\nd. 24 Feb 1785|p11238.htm#i112373|Maria L. Ramolino|b. 24 Aug 1749\nd. 2 Feb 1836|p11238.htm#i112374|Friedrich II (I) Wilhelm Karl König von Württemberg|b. 6 Nov 1754\nd. 30 Oct 1816|p10090.htm#i100894|Auguste C. F. L. Prinzessin von Braunschweig-Wolfenbüttel|b. 3 Dec 1764\nd. 27 Sep 1788|p10847.htm#i108467|

      Last Edited=5 Jan 2009

      Mathilde Bonaparte
      by Franz Xavier Winterhalter 2 Mathilde Laetitia Wilhelmine Bonaparte was born on 27 May 1820 at Trieste, Italy.1 She was the daughter of Jérôme Bonaparte, König von Westphalen and Friederike Katharine Sophie Dorothea Prinzessin von Württemberg.3 She married Anatole Nikolaievich Demidoff, 1st Principe di San Donato, son of Nicholas Nikititch Demidoff, Conte di San Donato and Baroness Elisabeth Alexandrovna Stroganoff, on 1 November 1840 at Florence, Italy.1 She and Anatole Nikolaievich Demidoff, 1st Principe di San Donato were divorced in 1846.3 She and Anatole Nikolaievich Demidoff, 1st Principe di San Donato were separated in 1843.1 She died on 2 January 1904 at age 83 at Paris, France, without issue.1
      She gained the title of Princesse Bonaparte.4 Her married name became Demidoff. She gained the title of Princesse de Français on 21 February 1853.1

      Citations
      [S36] Hugh Montgomery-Massingberd, editor, Burke’s Royal Families of the World, Volume 1: Europe & Latin America (London, U.K.: Burke’s Peerage Ltd, 1977), page 108. Hereinafter cited as Burke’s Royal Families of the World, Volume 1.
      [S3409] Caroline Maubois, “re: Penancoet Family,” e-mail message to Darryl Roger Lundy, 2 December 2008. Hereinafter cited as “re: Penancoet Family.”
      [S16] Jirí Louda and Michael MacLagan, Lines of Succession: Heraldry of the Royal Families of Europe, 2nd edition (London, U.K.: Little, Brown and Company, 1999), table 72. Hereinafter cited as Lines of Succession.
      [S1015] Alexandre Tissot Demidoff, “re: Demidoff Family,” e-mail message to Darryl Lundy, 20 August 2003 and 10 February 2004. Hereinafter cited as “re: Demidoff Family email

      ***NOTE***Leclerc ? CLARK ***
      http://thepeerage.com/p11239.htm#i112389
      ***NOTE***COATS AND CLARK***
      (COTES) also…

      Marie Paulette Bonaparte, Duchess of Guastalla
      F, #112389, b. 20 October 1780, d. 9 June 1825

      Marie Paulette Bonaparte, Duchess of Guastalla|b. 20 Oct 1780\nd. 9 Jun 1825|p11239.htm#i112389|Carlo Maria Bonaparte|b. 29 Mar 1746\nd. 24 Feb 1785|p11238.htm#i112373|Maria Letizia Ramolino|b. 24 Aug 1749\nd. 2 Feb 1836|p11238.htm#i112374|Giuseppe M. Buonaparte||p19820.htm#i198200|Maria S. Paravicini||p22442.htm#i224419|Gian G. Ramolino||p22442.htm#i224420|Angela M. Pietra-Santa||p22443.htm#i224421|

      Last Edited=18 Nov 2009

      Marie Bonaparte
      by Robert Lefevre, 1806 1 Marie Paulette Bonaparte, Duchess of Guastalla was born on 20 October 1780 at Ajaccio, Corsica, France. She was the daughter of Carlo Maria Bonaparte and Maria Letizia Ramolino.2 She married, firstly, Victor Emanuel Leclerc on 14 June 1797. She married, secondly, Camillo Borghese, Prince Borghese on 28 August 1803. She died on 9 June 1825 at age 44.
      Marie Paulette Bonaparte, Duchess of Guastalla also went by the nick-name of Pauline.3 She gained the title of Duchess of Guastalla in 1806.2
      Child of Marie Paulette Bonaparte, Duchess of Guastalla and Victor Emanuel Leclerc
      Louis Napoleon Leclerc b. 1798, d. 1804
      Citations
      [S3409] Caroline Maubois, “re: Penancoet Family,” e-mail message to Darryl Roger Lundy, 2 December 2008. Hereinafter cited as “re: Penancoet Family.”
      [S16] Jirí Louda and Michael MacLagan, Lines of Succession: Heraldry of the Royal Families of Europe, 2nd edition (London, U.K.: Little, Brown and Company, 1999), table 72. Hereinafter cited as Lines of Succession.
      [S3380] Patricia Ruijzendaal, “re: Austrian Royalty,” e-mail message to Darryl Roger Lundy, 19 November 2008. Hereinafter cited as “re: Austrian Royalty.”
      Victor Emanuel Leclerc1
      M, #112390, b. 1772, d. 1802

      Last Edited=4 Jan 2009

      Victor Emmanuel Leclerc 2 Victor Emanuel Leclerc was born in 1772. He married Marie Paulette Bonaparte, Duchess of Guastalla, daughter of Carlo Maria Bonaparte and Maria Letizia Ramolino, on 14 June 1797. He died in 1802.
      Child of Victor Emanuel Leclerc and Marie Paulette Bonaparte, Duchess of Guastalla
      Louis Napoleon Leclerc b. 1798, d. 1804
      Citations
      [S16] Jirí Louda and Michael MacLagan, Lines of Succession: Heraldry of the Royal Families of Europe, 2nd edition (London, U.K.: Little, Brown and Company, 1999), table 72. Hereinafter cited as Lines of Succession.
      [S3409] Caroline Maubois, “re: Penancoet Family,” e-mail message to Darryl Roger Lundy, 2 December 2008. Hereinafter cited as “re: Penancoet Family.”

  13. Renee says:

    Bakrie ? Baker ?
    http://thepeerage.com/p56089.htm
    Martin Baker1
    M, #560881, b. 24 November 1959

    Martin Baker|b. 24 Nov 1959|p56089.htm#i560881|Colin Harris Baker||p56088.htm#i560880|Penelope Elizabeth Pipon|b. 11 Dec 1922|p56088.htm#i560878|J R. Baker||p56088.htm#i560879||||Vice-Admiral Sir James M. Pipon||p56088.htm#i560876|Bertha L. V. Lopes|b. 1895\nd. 24 Feb 1971|p56088.htm#i560874|

    Last Edited=30 May 2012
    Martin Baker was born on 24 November 1959.1 He is the son of Colin Harris Baker and Penelope Elizabeth Pipon.2
    Citations
    [S37] Charles Mosley, editor, Burke’s Peerage, Baronetage & Knightage, 107th edition, 3 volumes (Wilmington, Delaware, U.S.A.: Burke’s Peerage (Genealogical Books) Ltd, 2003), volume 3, page 3371. Hereinafter cited as Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.
    [S37] Charles Mosley, Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.
    Ruth Baker1
    F, #560882, b. 20 August 1949

    Ruth Baker|b. 20 Aug 1949|p56089.htm#i560882|Colin Harris Baker||p56088.htm#i560880|Penelope Elizabeth Pipon|b. 11 Dec 1922|p56088.htm#i560878|J R. Baker||p56088.htm#i560879||||Vice-Admiral Sir James M. Pipon||p56088.htm#i560876|Bertha L. V. Lopes|b. 1895\nd. 24 Feb 1971|p56088.htm#i560874|

    Last Edited=30 May 2012
    Ruth Baker was born on 20 August 1949.1 She is the daughter of Colin Harris Baker and Penelope Elizabeth Pipon.2
    Citations
    [S37] Charles Mosley, editor, Burke’s Peerage, Baronetage & Knightage, 107th edition, 3 volumes (Wilmington, Delaware, U.S.A.: Burke’s Peerage (Genealogical Books) Ltd, 2003), volume 3, page 3371. Hereinafter cited as Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.
    [S37] Charles Mosley, Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.
    Sarah Baker1
    F, #560883, b. 29 December 1951

    Sarah Baker|b. 29 Dec 1951|p56089.htm#i560883|Colin Harris Baker||p56088.htm#i560880|Penelope Elizabeth Pipon|b. 11 Dec 1922|p56088.htm#i560878|J R. Baker||p56088.htm#i560879||||Vice-Admiral Sir James M. Pipon||p56088.htm#i560876|Bertha L. V. Lopes|b. 1895\nd. 24 Feb 1971|p56088.htm#i560874|

    Last Edited=30 May 2012
    Sarah Baker was born on 29 December 1951.1 She is the daughter of Colin Harris Baker and Penelope Elizabeth Pipon.2
    Citations
    [S37] Charles Mosley, editor, Burke’s Peerage, Baronetage & Knightage, 107th edition, 3 volumes (Wilmington, Delaware, U.S.A.: Burke’s Peerage (Genealogical Books) Ltd, 2003), volume 3, page 3371. Hereinafter cited as Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.
    [S37] Charles Mosley, Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.
    Fiona Baker1
    F, #560884, b. 26 March 1958

    Fiona Baker|b. 26 Mar 1958|p56089.htm#i560884|Colin Harris Baker||p56088.htm#i560880|Penelope Elizabeth Pipon|b. 11 Dec 1922|p56088.htm#i560878|J R. Baker||p56088.htm#i560879||||Vice-Admiral Sir James M. Pipon||p56088.htm#i560876|Bertha L. V. Lopes|b. 1895\nd. 24 Feb 1971|p56088.htm#i560874|

    Last Edited=30 May 2012
    Fiona Baker was born on 26 March 1958.1 She is the daughter of Colin Harris Baker and Penelope Elizabeth Pipon.2
    Citations
    [S37] Charles Mosley, editor, Burke’s Peerage, Baronetage & Knightage, 107th edition, 3 volumes (Wilmington, Delaware, U.S.A.: Burke’s Peerage (Genealogical Books) Ltd, 2003), volume 3, page 3371. Hereinafter cited as Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.
    [S37] Charles Mosley, Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.
    Hermione Alice Pipon1
    F, #560885, b. 8 May 1928

    Hermione Alice Pipon|b. 8 May 1928|p56089.htm#i560885|Vice-Admiral Sir James Murray Pipon||p56088.htm#i560876|Bertha Louisa Victoria Lopes|b. 1895\nd. 24 Feb 1971|p56088.htm#i560874|Captain John P. Pipon||p56088.htm#i560875||||Henry Y. Lopes, 1st Baron Roborough||p8450.htm#i84494|Lady Alberta L. F. Edgcumbe|d. 25 Mar 1941|p2794.htm#i27940|

    Last Edited=30 May 2012
    Hermione Alice Pipon was born on 8 May 1928.1 She is the daughter of Vice-Admiral Sir James Murray Pipon and Bertha Louisa Victoria Lopes.2
    Citations
    [S37] Charles Mosley, editor, Burke’s Peerage, Baronetage & Knightage, 107th edition, 3 volumes (Wilmington, Delaware, U.S.A.: Burke’s Peerage (Genealogical Books) Ltd, 2003), volume 3, page 3371. Hereinafter cited as Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.
    [S37] Charles Mosley, Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.

    Margaret Beatrice Lopes1
    F, #560886

    Margaret Beatrice Lopes||p56089.htm#i560886|Henry Yarde-Buller Lopes, 1st Baron Roborough||p8450.htm#i84494|Lady Alberta Louise Florence Edgcumbe|d. 25 Mar 1941|p2794.htm#i27940|Sir (Lopes) Massey Lopes|b. 14 Jun 1818\nd. 20 Jan 1908|p56084.htm#i560838|Hon. Bertha Y. Churston|d. 13 Jan 1872|p56087.htm#i560868|William H. Edgcumbe, 4th Earl of Mount Edgcumbe|b. 5 Nov 1833\nd. 25 Sep 1917|p1058.htm#i10574|Lady Katherine E. Hamilton|b. 9 Jan 1840\nd. 3 Sep 1874|p1135.htm#i11344|

    Last Edited=6 Nov 2012
    Margaret Beatrice Lopes is the daughter of Henry Yarde-Buller Lopes, 1st Baron Roborough and Lady Alberta Louise Florence Edgcumbe.2 She married Major Henry Archibald Roger Graham, son of Major Henry Graham (see Peel, on 26 January 1927.1
    Her married name became Graham.
    Children of Margaret Beatrice Lopes and Major Henry Archibald Roger Graham
    Gillian Mary Millicent Wagner Graham2
    Fiona Margaret Graham+2 b. 4 Sep 1929
    Mavis Ellen Graham+2 b. 8 Dec 1933
    Alison Helen Constance Graham+2 b. 6 Jan 1937
    Roger Henry William Graham-Palmer+2 b. 14 Feb 1941
    Citations
    [S37] Charles Mosley, editor, Burke’s Peerage, Baronetage & Knightage, 107th edition, 3 volumes (Wilmington, Delaware, U.S.A.: Burke’s Peerage (Genealogical Books) Ltd, 2003), volume 3, page 3371. Hereinafter cited as Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.
    [S37] Charles Mosley, Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.
    Major Henry Graham (see Peel1
    M, #560887

    Last Edited=30 May 2012
    Child of Major Henry Graham (see Peel
    Major Henry Archibald Roger Graham+2 d. 25 Feb 1970
    Citations
    [S37] Charles Mosley, editor, Burke’s Peerage, Baronetage & Knightage, 107th edition, 3 volumes (Wilmington, Delaware, U.S.A.: Burke’s Peerage (Genealogical Books) Ltd, 2003), volume 3, page 3371. Hereinafter cited as Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.
    [S37] Charles Mosley, Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.
    Major Henry Archibald Roger Graham1
    M, #560888, d. 25 February 1970

    Major Henry Archibald Roger Graham|d. 25 Feb 1970|p56089.htm#i560888|Major Henry Graham (see Peel||p56089.htm#i560887||||||||||||||||

    Last Edited=30 May 2012
    Major Henry Archibald Roger Graham was the son of Major Henry Graham (see Peel.2 He married Margaret Beatrice Lopes, daughter of Henry Yarde-Buller Lopes, 1st Baron Roborough and Lady Alberta Louise Florence Edgcumbe, on 26 January 1927.1 He died on 25 February 1970.1
    Elder.1 He was also known as Baronet [U.K. Life Peer].1 In 2004 also BLGY ).1
    Children of Major Henry Archibald Roger Graham and Margaret Beatrice Lopes
    Gillian Mary Millicent Wagner Graham2
    Fiona Margaret Graham+2 b. 4 Sep 1929
    Mavis Ellen Graham+2 b. 8 Dec 1933
    Alison Helen Constance Graham+2 b. 6 Jan 1937
    Roger Henry William Graham-Palmer+2 b. 14 Feb 1941
    Citations
    [S37] Charles Mosley, editor, Burke’s Peerage, Baronetage & Knightage, 107th edition, 3 volumes (Wilmington, Delaware, U.S.A.: Burke’s Peerage (Genealogical Books) Ltd, 2003), volume 3, page 3371. Hereinafter cited as Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.
    [S37] Charles Mosley, Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.
    Roger Henry William Graham-Palmer1
    M, #560889, b. 14 February 1941

    Roger Henry William Graham-Palmer|b. 14 Feb 1941|p56089.htm#i560889|Major Henry Archibald Roger Graham|d. 25 Feb 1970|p56089.htm#i560888|Margaret Beatrice Lopes||p56089.htm#i560886|Major Henry Graham (see Peel||p56089.htm#i560887||||Henry Y. Lopes, 1st Baron Roborough||p8450.htm#i84494|Lady Alberta L. F. Edgcumbe|d. 25 Mar 1941|p2794.htm#i27940|

    Last Edited=14 Aug 2012
    Roger Henry William Graham-Palmer was born on 14 February 1941.1 He is the son of Major Henry Archibald Roger Graham and Margaret Beatrice Lopes.2 He married Vanessa Audrey Drury, daughter of Walter Neville Drury and Rae Sandiland, on 11 June 1969.1
    He graduated with a Radley and Emmanuel College Cambridge Master of Arts (M.A.) Ag).1 On 14 November 1968 deed poll.1 He lived in 2003 at Cefn Pk, Wrexham LL13 9TT, ZZZ.1
    Children of Roger Henry William Graham-Palmer and Vanessa Audrey Drury
    Archibald Roger Graham-Palmer2 b. 17 Jul 1970
    Annabelle Rae Graham-Palmer2 b. 29 Sep 1971
    Alice Margaret Graham-Palmer2 b. 26 May 1974
    Violet Millicent Vanessa Graham-Palmer2 b. 2 Apr 1978
    Citations
    [S37] Charles Mosley, editor, Burke’s Peerage, Baronetage & Knightage, 107th edition, 3 volumes (Wilmington, Delaware, U.S.A.: Burke’s Peerage (Genealogical Books) Ltd, 2003), volume 3, page 3371. Hereinafter cited as Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.
    [S37] Charles Mosley, Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.
    Walter Neville Drury1
    M, #560890, b. 1908

    Last Edited=16 Aug 2012
    Walter Neville Drury was born in 1908 at Kensington, London, England.2 He married Rae Sandiland in 1937 at Kensington, London, England.2
    He was decorated with the award of Territorial Decoration (T.D.).1 He lived at Little Brookstreet, Edenbridge, Kent, England.1
    Child of Walter Neville Drury and Rae Sandiland
    Vanessa Audrey Drury+3 b. 1941.

    • Renee says:

      Harris ?
      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kamala_Harris
      Harris was born in Oakland, California. She is the daughter of an Asian Indian mother, Dr. Shyamala Gopalan—a breast cancer specialist who emigrated from Madras (now called Chennai), India, to the United States in 1960[8]—and a Jamaican American father, Stanford University economics professor Donald Harris.[9] She has one younger sister, Maya Harris. The Harris sisters grew up in a household that combined Hindu and Baptist teachings.[10]

      Harris attended Howard University in Washington, D.C.,[11] where she was initiated into Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority, and received her Juris Doctor (J.D.) from University of California, Hastings College of the Law in 1989.[12] She was admitted to the California Bar in 1990.

      Palmer ?
      http://www.keywiki.org/index.php/Alice_Palmer
      Robeson featured at her school ?
      Paul’s true love was Olive Jackson.
      Jackson ? tried to buy O’s senate seat ? Palmer involved
      What a web….investigations going on now…

      http://www.safekids.org/our-work/public-policy/safety-legislation/the-virginia-graeme-baker-story.html

  14. Renee says:

    From this one above again. It goes to Joan, Khan and Guinness Beer
    http://thepeerage.com/p56089.htm

    Major Henry Archibald Roger Graham was the son of Major Henry Graham (see Peel.2 He married Margaret Beatrice Lopes, daughter of Henry Yarde-Buller Lopes, 1st Baron Roborough and Lady Alberta Louise Florence Edgcumbe, on 26 January 1927.1 He died on 25 February 1970.1
    Elder.1 He was also known as Baronet [U.K. Life Peer].1 In 2004 also BLGY ).

    ***NOTE***
    daughter of Henry Yarde-Buller Lopes, 1st Baron Roborough and Lady Alberta Louise Florence Edgcumbe***

    Henry Yarde-Buller ***

    http://thepeerage.com/p8450.htm#i84494
    Frederick Archibald Nicolson, 2nd Baron Carnock
    M, #84491, b. 9 January 1883, d. 3 May 1952

    Frederick Archibald Nicolson, 2nd Baron Carnock|b. 9 Jan 1883\nd. 3 May 1952|p8450.htm#i84491|Arthur Nicolson, 1st Baron Carnock|b. 10 Sep 1849\nd. 6 Nov 1928|p8449.htm#i84487|Mary Catharine Rowan-Hamilton|d. 23 Mar 1951|p8449.htm#i84489|Admiral Sir Frederick W. E. Nicolson of Carnock, 10th Bt.|b. 22 Apr 1815\nd. 29 Dec 1899|p20650.htm#i206492|Mary C. M. Loch|d. 17 Jul 1851|p20650.htm#i206494|Archibald R. Rowan-Hamilton|b. 9 Aug 1818|p8449.htm#i84490|Catherine A. Caldwell||p20872.htm#i208720|

    Last Edited=11 Feb 2011
    Frederick Archibald Nicolson, 2nd Baron Carnock was born on 9 January 1883 at Cairo, Egypt.2 He was the son of Arthur Nicolson, 1st Baron Carnock and Mary Catharine Rowan-Hamilton.1 He died on 3 May 1952 at age 69, unmarried.3
    He was educated at Wellington College, Berkshire, England.2 He was educated at Royal Military College, Sandhurst, Berkshire, England.2 He was commissioned in 1903, in the service of the 15th Hussars.2 He was Aide-de-Camp to the Viceroy of India between 1911 and 1912.2 He fought in the First World War, where he was wounded and mentioned in despatches.3 He was decorated with the award of Legion of Honour.3 He was decorated with the award of Military Cross (M.C.).3 He gained the rank of Major in 1919 in the service of the 15th Hussars.3 He was admitted to Inner Temple in 1924 entitled to practice as a barrister.3 He succeeded to the title of 2nd Baron Carnock, of Carnock, co. Stirling [U.K., 1916] on 6 November 1928.3 He succeeded to the title of 12th Baronet Nicolson, of Carnock, co. Stirling [N.S., 1637] on 6 November 1928.3 He wrote the book The History of the 15th The King’s Hussars, published 1932.2
    Citations
    [S37] Charles Mosley, editor, Burke’s Peerage, Baronetage & Knightage, 107th edition, 3 volumes (Wilmington, Delaware, U.S.A.: Burke’s Peerage (Genealogical Books) Ltd, 2003). Hereinafter cited as Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.
    [S6] G.E. Cokayne; with Vicary Gibbs, H.A. Doubleday, Geoffrey H. White, Duncan Warrand and Lord Howard de Walden, editors, The Complete Peerage of England, Scotland, Ireland, Great Britain and the United Kingdom, Extant, Extinct or Dormant, new ed., 13 volumes in 14 (1910-1959; reprint in 6 volumes, Gloucester, U.K.: Alan Sutton Publishing, 2000), volume XIII, page 226. Hereinafter cited as The Complete Peerage.
    [S37] Charles Mosley, Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition, volume 1, page 701.
    Erskine Arthur Nicolson, 3rd Baron Carnock
    M, #84492, b. 26 March 1884, d. 2 October 1982

    Erskine Arthur Nicolson, 3rd Baron Carnock|b. 26 Mar 1884\nd. 2 Oct 1982|p8450.htm#i84492|Arthur Nicolson, 1st Baron Carnock|b. 10 Sep 1849\nd. 6 Nov 1928|p8449.htm#i84487|Mary Catharine Rowan-Hamilton|d. 23 Mar 1951|p8449.htm#i84489|Admiral Sir Frederick W. E. Nicolson of Carnock, 10th Bt.|b. 22 Apr 1815\nd. 29 Dec 1899|p20650.htm#i206492|Mary C. M. Loch|d. 17 Jul 1851|p20650.htm#i206494|Archibald R. Rowan-Hamilton|b. 9 Aug 1818|p8449.htm#i84490|Catherine A. Caldwell||p20872.htm#i208720|

    Last Edited=7 Nov 2012
    Erskine Arthur Nicolson, 3rd Baron Carnock was born on 26 March 1884.2 He was the son of Arthur Nicolson, 1st Baron Carnock and Mary Catharine Rowan-Hamilton.1 He married Hon. Katharine Frederica Albertha Lopes, daughter of Henry Yarde-Buller Lopes, 1st Baron Roborough and Lady Alberta Louise Florence Edgcumbe, on 9 October 1919.2 He died on 2 October 1982 at age 98.3
    He gained the rank of Captain in the service of the Royal Navy.2 He fought in the First World War.2 He was decorated with the award of Officer, Order of the Crown of Italy.2 He was decorated with the award of Legion of Honour.2 He was decorated with the award of Order of St. Anne of Russia (3rd Class with swords).2 He was decorated with the award of Companion, Distinguished Service Order (D.S.O.) in 1919.2 He gained the title of 3rd Baron Carnock, of Carnock, co. Stirling [U.K., 1916] on 3 May 1952.2 He succeeded to the title of 13th Baronet Nicolson, of Carnock, co. Stirling [N.S., 1637] on 3 May 1952.2 He held the office of Justice of the Peace (J.P.) for Devon.2
    Children of Erskine Arthur Nicolson, 3rd Baron Carnock and Hon. Katharine Frederica Albertha Lopes
    David Henry Arthur Nicolson of that Ilk, 4th Baron Carnock1 b. 10 Jul 1920, d. 26 Dec 2008
    Sub.-Lt. Peter Trevylyan Erskine Nicolson1 b. 3 Sep 1921, d. Aug 1942
    Naomi Catharine Bertha Nicolson1 b. 18 Jan 1925, d. 17 Jun 1934
    Citations
    [S37] Charles Mosley, editor, Burke’s Peerage, Baronetage & Knightage, 107th edition, 3 volumes (Wilmington, Delaware, U.S.A.: Burke’s Peerage (Genealogical Books) Ltd, 2003). Hereinafter cited as Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.
    [S37] Charles Mosley, Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition, volume 1, page 702.
    [S2] Peter W. Hammond, editor, The Complete Peerage or a History of the House of Lords and All its Members From the Earliest Times, Volume XIV: Addenda & Corrigenda (Stroud, Gloucestershire, U.K.: Sutton Publishing, 1998), page 672. Hereinafter cited as The Complete Peerage, Volume XIV.
    Hon. Katharine Frederica Albertha Lopes
    F, #84493, b. 25 September 1892

    Hon. Katharine Frederica Albertha Lopes|b. 25 Sep 1892|p8450.htm#i84493|Henry Yarde-Buller Lopes, 1st Baron Roborough||p8450.htm#i84494|Lady Alberta Louise Florence Edgcumbe|d. 25 Mar 1941|p2794.htm#i27940|Sir (Lopes) Massey Lopes|b. 14 Jun 1818\nd. 20 Jan 1908|p56084.htm#i560838|Hon. Bertha Y. Churston|d. 13 Jan 1872|p56087.htm#i560868|William H. Edgcumbe, 4th Earl of Mount Edgcumbe|b. 5 Nov 1833\nd. 25 Sep 1917|p1058.htm#i10574|Lady Katherine E. Hamilton|b. 9 Jan 1840\nd. 3 Sep 1874|p1135.htm#i11344|

    Last Edited=7 Nov 2012
    Hon. Katharine Frederica Albertha Lopes was born on 25 September 1892.2 She was the daughter of Henry Yarde-Buller Lopes, 1st Baron Roborough and Lady Alberta Louise Florence Edgcumbe.1 She married Erskine Arthur Nicolson, 3rd Baron Carnock, son of Arthur Nicolson, 1st Baron Carnock and Mary Catharine Rowan-Hamilton, on 9 October 1919.3 She died on 24 August 1968 at age 75.3
    Her married name became Nicolson. As a result of her marriage, Hon. Katharine Frederica Albertha Lopes was styled as Baroness Carnock on 3 May 1952.
    Children of Hon. Katharine Frederica Albertha Lopes and Erskine Arthur Nicolson, 3rd Baron Carnock
    David Henry Arthur Nicolson of that Ilk, 4th Baron Carnock1 b. 10 Jul 1920, d. 26 Dec 2008
    Sub.-Lt. Peter Trevylyan Erskine Nicolson1 b. 3 Sep 1921, d. Aug 1942
    Naomi Catharine Bertha Nicolson1 b. 18 Jan 1925, d. 17 Jun 1934
    Citations
    [S37] Charles Mosley, editor, Burke’s Peerage, Baronetage & Knightage, 107th edition, 3 volumes (Wilmington, Delaware, U.S.A.: Burke’s Peerage (Genealogical Books) Ltd, 2003). Hereinafter cited as Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.
    [S37] Charles Mosley, Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition, volume 3, page 3371.
    [S37] Charles Mosley, Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition, volume 1, page 702.
    Henry Yarde-Buller Lopes, 1st Baron Roborough
    M, #84494

    Henry Yarde-Buller Lopes, 1st Baron Roborough||p8450.htm#i84494|Sir (Lopes) Massey Lopes|b. 14 Jun 1818\nd. 20 Jan 1908|p56084.htm#i560838|Hon. Bertha Yarde-Buller Churston|d. 13 Jan 1872|p56087.htm#i560868|Sir Ralph Lopes|b. 10 Sep 1788\nd. 23 Jan 1854|p56084.htm#i560835|Susan G. Ludlow|d. 26 Mar 1870|p56084.htm#i560837|Baron 1st Churston||p56087.htm#i560867||||

    Last Edited=6 Nov 2012
    Henry Yarde-Buller Lopes, 1st Baron Roborough was born on 24 March 1859.2 He was the son of Sir (Lopes) Massey Lopes and Hon. Bertha Yarde-Buller Churston.1 He married Lady Alberta Louise Florence Edgcumbe, daughter of William Henry Edgcumbe, 4th Earl of Mount Edgcumbe and Lady Katherine Elizabeth Hamilton, on 10 October 1891.2 He died on 14 April 1938.2
    He was Justice of the Peace (J.P.) (Devon).2 He was County Devon.2 He was educated Eton and Balliol College Oxford.2 He was Deputy Lieutenant (D.L.).2 He was also known as 4th Baronet [U.K. Life Peer].2 He lived Maristow.2 He gained the title of 1st Baron Roborough. He was barrister Inner Temple , Member of Parliament (M.P.) (C) Grantham 1892–1900 (fought Totnes 1885 and Torquay 1910), Devon: Lieutenant Royal Yeomanry Cav, Honour Captain Vol Regt, High Sheriff 1914, chairman CC 1916–38, Honour Treas Royal Hosp and H in 1890.2 On 24 January 1938 so created.2
    Children of Henry Yarde-Buller Lopes, 1st Baron Roborough and Lady Alberta Louise Florence Edgcumbe
    Margaret Beatrice Lopes+1
    Hon. Katharine Frederica Albertha Lopes+1 b. 25 Sep 1892
    Bertha Louisa Victoria Lopes+1 b. 1895, d. 24 Feb 1971
    Constance Elizabeth Lopes1 b. 24 Aug 1901
    Massey Henry Edgecumbe Lopes, 2nd Baron Roborough+3 b. 4 Oct 1903, d. 1992
    Citations
    [S37] Charles Mosley, editor, Burke’s Peerage, Baronetage & Knightage, 107th edition, 3 volumes (Wilmington, Delaware, U.S.A.: Burke’s Peerage (Genealogical Books) Ltd, 2003). Hereinafter cited as Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.
    [S37] Charles Mosley, Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition, volume 3, page 3371.
    [S8] Charles Mosley, editor, Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 106th edition, 2 volumes (Crans, Switzerland: Burke’s Peerage (Genealogical Books) Ltd, 1999), volume 1, page 133. Hereinafter cited as Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 106th edition.
    David Henry Arthur Nicolson of that Ilk, 4th Baron Carnock1
    M, #84495, b. 10 July 1920, d. 26 December 2008

    David Henry Arthur Nicolson of that Ilk, 4th Baron Carnock|b. 10 Jul 1920\nd. 26 Dec 2008|p8450.htm#i84495|Erskine Arthur Nicolson, 3rd Baron Carnock|b. 26 Mar 1884\nd. 2 Oct 1982|p8450.htm#i84492|Hon. Katharine Frederica Albertha Lopes|b. 25 Sep 1892|p8450.htm#i84493|Arthur Nicolson, 1st Baron Carnock|b. 10 Sep 1849\nd. 6 Nov 1928|p8449.htm#i84487|Mary C. Rowan-Hamilton|d. 23 Mar 1951|p8449.htm#i84489|Henry Y. Lopes, 1st Baron Roborough||p8450.htm#i84494|Lady Alberta L. F. Edgcumbe|d. 25 Mar 1941|p2794.htm#i27940|

    Last Edited=9 Jul 2011
    David Henry Arthur Nicolson of that Ilk, 4th Baron Carnock was born on 10 July 1920.1 He was the son of Erskine Arthur Nicolson, 3rd Baron Carnock and Hon. Katharine Frederica Albertha Lopes.2 He died on 26 December 2008 at age 88, unmarried.3
    He was educated at Winchester College, Winchester, Hampshire, England.1 He was (an unknown value) at Balliol College, Oxford University, Oxford, Oxfordshire, England.1 He gained the rank of Major in the service of the Royal Devon Yeomanry.1 He fought in the Second World War.1 He was a practising a solicitor in 1949.1 He was a partner with Clifford Turner between 1955 and 1986.1 He succeeded to the title of 16th Baronet Nicolson, of Lasswade, Midlothian [N.S., 1629] on 2 October 1982.1 He succeeded to the title of 4th Baron Carnock, of Carnock, co. Stirling [U.K., 1916] on 2 October 1982.1 He succeeded to the title of 14th Baronet Nicolson, of Carnock, co. Stirling [N.S., 1637] on 2 October 1982.1 He held the position of Chief of Clan Nicolson on 2 October 1982.1 He lived in 2003 at Ermewood House, Harford, Devon, England.1
    Citations
    [S37] Charles Mosley, editor, Burke’s Peerage, Baronetage & Knightage, 107th edition, 3 volumes (Wilmington, Delaware, U.S.A.: Burke’s Peerage (Genealogical Books) Ltd, 2003), volume 1, page 700. Hereinafter cited as Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.
    [S37] Charles Mosley, Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.
    [S1122] Peerage News, online http://peeragenews.blogspot.co.nz/. Hereinafter cited as Peerage News.

    Sub.-Lt. Peter Trevylyan Erskine Nicolson
    M, #84496, b. 3 September 1921, d. August 1942

    Sub.-Lt. Peter Trevylyan Erskine Nicolson|b. 3 Sep 1921\nd. Aug 1942|p8450.htm#i84496|Erskine Arthur Nicolson, 3rd Baron Carnock|b. 26 Mar 1884\nd. 2 Oct 1982|p8450.htm#i84492|Hon. Katharine Frederica Albertha Lopes|b. 25 Sep 1892|p8450.htm#i84493|Arthur Nicolson, 1st Baron Carnock|b. 10 Sep 1849\nd. 6 Nov 1928|p8449.htm#i84487|Mary C. Rowan-Hamilton|d. 23 Mar 1951|p8449.htm#i84489|Henry Y. Lopes, 1st Baron Roborough||p8450.htm#i84494|Lady Alberta L. F. Edgcumbe|d. 25 Mar 1941|p2794.htm#i27940|

    Last Edited=11 Feb 2011
    Sub.-Lt. Peter Trevylyan Erskine Nicolson was born on 3 September 1921.2 He was the son of Erskine Arthur Nicolson, 3rd Baron Carnock and Hon. Katharine Frederica Albertha Lopes.1 He died in August 1942 at age 20, killed in action.2
    He fought in the Second World War.2 He was decorated with the award of Distinguished Service Cross (D.S.C.).2 He gained the rank of Sub-Lieutenant in the service of the Royal Naval Reserve.2
    Citations
    [S37] Charles Mosley, editor, Burke’s Peerage, Baronetage & Knightage, 107th edition, 3 volumes (Wilmington, Delaware, U.S.A.: Burke’s Peerage (Genealogical Books) Ltd, 2003). Hereinafter cited as Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.
    [S37] Charles Mosley, Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition, volume 1, page 702.
    Naomi Catharine Bertha Nicolson1
    F, #84497, b. 18 January 1925, d. 17 June 1934

    Naomi Catharine Bertha Nicolson|b. 18 Jan 1925\nd. 17 Jun 1934|p8450.htm#i84497|Erskine Arthur Nicolson, 3rd Baron Carnock|b. 26 Mar 1884\nd. 2 Oct 1982|p8450.htm#i84492|Hon. Katharine Frederica Albertha Lopes|b. 25 Sep 1892|p8450.htm#i84493|Arthur Nicolson, 1st Baron Carnock|b. 10 Sep 1849\nd. 6 Nov 1928|p8449.htm#i84487|Mary C. Rowan-Hamilton|d. 23 Mar 1951|p8449.htm#i84489|Henry Y. Lopes, 1st Baron Roborough||p8450.htm#i84494|Lady Alberta L. F. Edgcumbe|d. 25 Mar 1941|p2794.htm#i27940|

    Last Edited=11 Feb 2011
    Naomi Catharine Bertha Nicolson was born on 18 January 1925.1 She was the daughter of Erskine Arthur Nicolson, 3rd Baron Carnock and Hon. Katharine Frederica Albertha Lopes.2 She died on 17 June 1934 at age 9.1
    Citations
    [S37] Charles Mosley, editor, Burke’s Peerage, Baronetage & Knightage, 107th edition, 3 volumes (Wilmington, Delaware, U.S.A.: Burke’s Peerage (Genealogical Books) Ltd, 2003), volume 1, page 702. Hereinafter cited as Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.
    [S37] Charles Mosley, Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.
    Hon. Oliver Piers St. Aubyn1
    M, #84498, b. 12 July 1920

    Hon. Oliver Piers St. Aubyn|b. 12 Jul 1920|p8450.htm#i84498|Francis Cecil Ord St. Aubyn, 3rd Baron St. Levan of St. Michaels Mount|b. 18 Apr 1895\nd. 10 Jul 1978|p5497.htm#i54967|Hon. Clementina Gwendolen Catharine Nicolson|b. 3 Jul 1896\nd. 1995|p8449.htm#i84486|Hon. Sir Arthur J. D. S. St. Aubyn|b. 5 Oct 1867\nd. 30 Sep 1897|p5497.htm#i54966|Helen K. Phillipps|d. 10 Mar 1948|p5497.htm#i54964|Arthur Nicolson, 1st Baron Carnock|b. 10 Sep 1849\nd. 6 Nov 1928|p8449.htm#i84487|Mary C. Rowan-Hamilton|d. 23 Mar 1951|p8449.htm#i84489|

    Last Edited=25 Sep 2011
    Hon. Oliver Piers St. Aubyn was born on 12 July 1920.1 He is the son of Francis Cecil Ord St. Aubyn, 3rd Baron St. Levan of St. Michaels Mount and Hon. Clementina Gwendolen Catharine Nicolson.1 He married Mary Bailey Southwell, daughter of Bailey Southwell and Erica Barry, on 8 December 1948.1
    Hon. Oliver Piers St. Aubyn usually went by his middle name of Piers.1 He was educated at Wellington College, Wellington, Berkshire, England.1 He gained the rank of Lieutenant in the service of the 60th Rifles King’s Royal Rifle Corps.1 He was educated at St. James’ School, Maryland, U.S.A..1 He fought in the Second World War, where he was mentioned in despatches.1 He gained the rank of Captain in the service of the Parachute Regiment.1 He was decorated with the award of Military Cross (M.C.) in 1944.2 He held the office of High Sheriff of East Sussex in 1982.1 He lived in 2003 at Hogus House, Ludgvan, Penzance, Cornwall, England.1
    Children of Hon. Oliver Piers St. Aubyn and Mary Bailey Southwell
    James Piers Southwell St. Aubyn+3 b. 6 Jun 1950
    Fiona Mary St. Aubyn+2 b. 7 Jul 1952
    Nicholas Francis St. Aubyn+3 b. 19 Nov 1955
    Citations
    [S37] Charles Mosley, editor, Burke’s Peerage, Baronetage & Knightage, 107th edition, 3 volumes (Wilmington, Delaware, U.S.A.: Burke’s Peerage (Genealogical Books) Ltd, 2003), volume 3, page 3496. Hereinafter cited as Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.
    [S37] Charles Mosley, Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition, volume 1, page 898.
    [S37] Charles Mosley, Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.
    Colonel Frederick Richard Thomas Trench-Gascoigne1
    M, #84499, b. 4 July 1851, d. 2 June 1937

    Colonel Frederick Richard Thomas Trench-Gascoigne|b. 4 Jul 1851\nd. 2 Jun 1937|p8450.htm#i84499|Colonel Frederick Charles Trench-Gascoigne|b. May 1814\nd. 12 Jun 1905|p3461.htm#i34610|Mary Isabella Oliver-Gascoigne|b. 21 Mar 1810\nd. 22 Oct 1891|p3463.htm#i34621|Charles Trench|b. 1772\nd. 6 Apr 1840|p3461.htm#i34603|Anna M. White|d. 19 Dec 1847|p3461.htm#i34608|Richard P. Oliver-Gascoigne|b. 1762\nd. 14 Apr 1843|p3463.htm#i34622|Mary Turner|d. 1815|p3031.htm#i30307|

    Last Edited=29 Apr 2007
    Colonel Frederick Richard Thomas Trench-Gascoigne was born on 4 July 1851.1 He was the son of Colonel Frederick Charles Trench-Gascoigne and Mary Isabella Oliver-Gascoigne.1 He married Laura Gwendolen Douglas Galton, daughter of Sir Douglas Strutt Galton, on 16 February 1892.1 He died on 2 June 1937 at age 85.1
    He fought in the Nile Expedition between 1884 and 1885.1 He gained the rank of Captain in the service of the Royal Horse Guard (Blues).1 He fought in the Boer War between 1899 and 1900.1 He gained the rank of Lieutenant-Colonel in the service of the Yorkshire Hussars.1 He was decorated with the award of Companion, Distinguished Service Order (D.S.O.) in 1900.1 He held the office of Justice of the Peace (J.P.) for the West Riding, Yorkshire.1 He gained the rank of Honorary Colonel in the service of the Royal Horse Guard (Blues).1 He held the office of High Sheriff of Yorkshire in 1923.1 He was invested as a Officer, Most Venerable Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem (O.St.J.).1 He gained the rank of Honoray Colonel in the service of the Yorkshire Hussars.1 He lived at Craignish Castle, Adfern, Argyllshire, Scotland.1
    Children of Colonel Frederick Richard Thomas Trench-Gascoigne and Laura Gwendolen Douglas Galton
    Sir Alvary Douglas Frederick Trench-Gascoigne+1 b. 6 Aug 1893, d. 18 Apr 1970
    Edward Oliver Trench-Gascoigne1 b. 9 Jul 1896, d. 16 Aug 1896
    Cynthia Mary Trench-Gascoigne+1 b. 6 Feb 1898, d. 1990
    Citations
    [S8] Charles Mosley, editor, Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 106th edition, 2 volumes (Crans, Switzerland: Burke’s Peerage (Genealogical Books) Ltd, 1999), volume 1, page 124. Hereinafter cited as Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 106th edition.
    Arthur FitzGerald Sandys Hill, 6th Lord Sandys, Baron of Ombersley
    M, #84500, b. 4 December 1876, d. 24 November 1961

    Arthur FitzGerald Sandys Hill, 6th Lord Sandys, Baron of Ombersley|b. 4 Dec 1876\nd. 24 Nov 1961|p8450.htm#i84500|Captain Arthur Blundell George Sandys Hill|b. 13 May 1837\nd. 16 Jun 1923|p8451.htm#i84507|Helen Emily Chenevix Trench|b. 1846\nd. 25 Jun 1935|p3910.htm#i39099|Major Lord George A. Sandys|b. 9 Dec 1801\nd. 6 Apr 1879|p5323.htm#i53224|Cassandra J. Knight|b. 1806\nd. 14 Mar 1842|p8451.htm#i84510|Most Rev. and Rt. Hon. Richard Chenevix Trench|b. 9 Sep 1807\nd. 27 Mar 1886|p4871.htm#i48706|Hon. Frances M. Trench|b. 1809\nd. 5 Nov 1890|p4871.htm#i48707|

    Last Edited=19 Jul 2007
    Arthur FitzGerald Sandys Hill, 6th Lord Sandys, Baron of Ombersley was born on 4 December 1876. He was the son of Captain Arthur Blundell George Sandys Hill and Helen Emily Chenevix Trench. He married Cynthia Mary Trench-Gascoigne, daughter of Colonel Frederick Richard Thomas Trench-Gascoigne and Laura Gwendolen Douglas Galton, on 10 April 1924.1 He died on 24 November 1961 at age 84, as a result of a car accident.
    He gained the title of 6th Lord Sandys, Baron of Ombersley, co. Worcester.
    Children of Arthur FitzGerald Sandys Hill, 6th Lord Sandys, Baron of Ombersley and Cynthia Mary Trench-Gascoigne
    Patricia Mary Gwendolen Hill b. 29 Mar 1926, d. 8 Jun 1957
    Hon. Cynthia Meriel Hill+ b. 29 Apr 1929
    Richard Michael Oliver Hill, 7th Lord Sandys, Baron of Ombersley b. 21 Jul 1931.

    ***NOTE***ERSKINE***

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prince_Aly_Khan
    of Aga Khan III, the head of the Ismaili Muslims, and the father of Aga Khan IV. A socialite, racehorse owner and jockey, he was the third husband of actress Rita Hayworth. After being passed over for succession as Aga Khan, he served as Pakistan’s representative to the United Nations, where he became a vice president of the General Assembly.

    His first name was typically spelled Aly in the press. The titles of prince and princess, which are claimed by children of the Aga Khan by virtue of their descent from the Qajar king Fath Ali Shah of the Persian Qajar dynasty, were recognized as courtesy titles by the British government in 1938.

    Born in Turin, Italy to a father of an Iranian origin (Aga Khan III), who was born in Karachi (then under British colonial rule), and Italian mother. He was the younger son and only surviving child of the Aga Khan III and Cleope Teresa “Ginetta” Magliano, a dancer with the Ballet Opera of Monte Carlo.[2] He had two brothers: Prince Giuseppe Mahdi Aga Khan (who died in 1911) and, by his father’s third marriage, Sadruddin Aga Khan.

    Aly Khan was educated by private tutors in India and France during his childhood and later trained in England as a lawyer.

    [edit] First marriageHe married as his first wife the Hon. Joan Guinness (née Yarde-Buller, 1908–1997). She was the former wife of Group Capt. Thomas “Loel” Guinness, a Member of Parliament, and a daughter of the 3rd Baron Churston. The wedding took place in Paris on May 18, 1936, a few days after Joan Guinness’s divorce became absolute. Before the wedding, the bride converted to Islam and took the name Tajuddawlah .

    “I had been involved with several women”, he said of his playboy period of his life, which included high-profile lovers such as the British debutante Margaret Whigham and Thelma, Viscountess Furness, an American who was simultaneously involved with the Prince of Wales.[3] “I was tired of trouble. Joan was a sane and solid girl, and I thought if I married her, I would stay out of trouble.”[4]

    He had been named co-respondent in the “Guinness vs. Guinness and Khan” divorce suit, with Loel Guinness citing as evidence that his wife and the Prince had occupied a hotel room together from 17 May until 20 May 1935 and that his wife had told him that she “had formed an attachment for him and desired her husband to divorce her”. The case was uncontested, and Aly Khan was ordered to pay all costs.[5]

    The couple’s first child, Prince Karim, was born in Geneva, seven months later; they also had a second son, Prince Amyn Muhammad Aga Khan. By this marriage, he had a stepson, Patrick Guinness.

    They divorced in 1949, in part due to his extramarital affairs with, among others, Pamela Churchill.[6] After the divorce, Princess Tajuddawlah became the longtime mistress and eventual wife of the newspaper magnate Seymour Berry, 2nd Viscount Camrose.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rita_Hayworth

    • Renee says:

      Children of Colonel Frederick Richard Thomas Trench-Gascoigne and Laura Gwendolen Douglas Galton
      Sir Alvary Douglas Frederick Trench-Gascoigne+1 b. 6 Aug 1893, d. 18 Apr 1970
      Edward Oliver Trench-Gascoigne1 b. 9 Jul 1896, d. 16 Aug 1896
      Cynthia Mary Trench-Gascoigne+1 b. 6 Feb 1898, d. 1990

      *NOTE*
      Gascoigne

    • Renee says:

      http://thepeerage.com/p47102.htm
      Princess Giustina Borromeo1
      F, #471011

      Last Edited=30 May 2011
      Princess Giustina Borromeo married Prince Carlo Barberini-Colonna, Principe di Palestrina.1
      Her married name became Barberini-Colonna.1
      Child of Princess Giustina Borromeo and Prince Carlo Barberini-Colonna, Principe di Palestrina
      Princess Carlotta Amalia Barberini-Colonna+1
      Citations
      [S3268] Hans Harmsen, “re: Chester Family,” e-mail message to Darryl Roger Lundy, 21 August 2008. Hereinafter cited as “re: Chester Family.”
      Princess Leopoldina Doria-Pamphilj-Landi1
      F, #471012

      Princess Leopoldina Doria-Pamphilj-Landi||p47102.htm#i471012|Prince Luigi Doria-Pamphilj-Landi, Principe di Melfi||p47102.htm#i471013|Princess Teresa Orsini di Gravina||p47102.htm#i471017|Giovanni A. Doria-Pamphilj-Landi, 8th Principe di Melfi||p47102.htm#i471016|Leopoldina M. Savoia-Carignano, Principessa di Savoia-Carignano|b. 1744\nd. 1807|p47102.htm#i471015|Prince Domenico Orsini di Gravina||p47102.htm#i471018|Princess Faustina Caracciolo||p47102.htm#i471019|

      Last Edited=30 May 2011
      Princess Leopoldina Doria-Pamphilj-Landi is the daughter of Prince Luigi Doria-Pamphilj-Landi, Principe di Melfi and Princess Teresa Orsini di Gravina.1 She married Prince Sigismondo Chigi della Rovere, Principe di Farnese, son of Prince Agostino Chigi della Rovere, Principe di Farnese and Princess Carlotta Amalia Barberini-Colonna.1
      Her married name became Chigi della Rovere.1
      Child of Princess Leopoldina Doria-Pamphilj-Landi and Prince Sigismondo Chigi della Rovere, Principe di Farnese
      Princess Teresa Chigi della Rovere-Albani+1
      Citations
      [S3268] Hans Harmsen, “re: Chester Family,” e-mail message to Darryl Roger Lundy, 21 August 2008. Hereinafter cited as “re: Chester Family.”
      Prince Luigi Doria-Pamphilj-Landi, Principe di Melfi1
      M, #471013

      Prince Luigi Doria-Pamphilj-Landi, Principe di Melfi||p47102.htm#i471013|Giovanni Andrea Doria-Pamphilj-Landi, 8th Principe di Melfi||p47102.htm#i471016|Leopoldina Maria Savoia-Carignano, Principessa di Savoia-Carignano|b. 1744\nd. 1807|p47102.htm#i471015|||||||Luigi V. di Savoia-Carignano, Principe di Carignano|b. 25 Sep 1721\nd. 16 Dec 1778|p11447.htm#i114464|Christine Landgräfin von Hessen-Rheinfels-Rottenburg|b. 1717\nd. 1778|p47102.htm#i471014|

      Last Edited=30 May 2011
      Prince Luigi Doria-Pamphilj-Landi, Principe di Melfi is the son of Giovanni Andrea Doria-Pamphilj-Landi, 8th Principe di Melfi and Leopoldina Maria Savoia-Carignano, Principessa di Savoia-Carignano.1 He married Princess Teresa Orsini di Gravina, daughter of Prince Domenico Orsini di Gravina and Princess Faustina Caracciolo.1
      Child of Prince Luigi Doria-Pamphilj-Landi, Principe di Melfi and Princess Teresa Orsini di Gravina
      Princess Leopoldina Doria-Pamphilj-Landi+1
      Citations
      [S3268] Hans Harmsen, “re: Chester Family,” e-mail message to Darryl Roger Lundy, 21 August 2008. Hereinafter cited as “re: Chester Family.”
      Christine Landgräfin von Hessen-Rheinfels-Rottenburg1
      F, #471014, b. 1717, d. 1778

      Christine Landgräfin von Hessen-Rheinfels-Rottenburg|b. 1717\nd. 1778|p47102.htm#i471014|Ernst Leopold Landgraf von Hessen-Rheinfels-Rottenburg||p11446.htm#i114454||||||||||||||||

      Last Edited=30 May 2011
      Christine Landgräfin von Hessen-Rheinfels-Rottenburg was born in 1717.1 She was the daughter of Ernst Leopold Landgraf von Hessen-Rheinfels-Rottenburg.1 She married Luigi Vittorio di Savoia-Carignano, Principe di Carignano, son of Vittorio Amadeo I di Savoia-Carignano, Principe di Carignano and Vittoria Francesca Madamigell di Susa.1 She died in 1778.1
      Her married name became di Savoia-Carignano.1
      Child of Christine Landgräfin von Hessen-Rheinfels-Rottenburg and Luigi Vittorio di Savoia-Carignano, Principe di Carignano
      Leopoldina Maria Savoia-Carignano, Principessa di Savoia-Carignano+1 b. 1744, d. 1807
      Citations
      [S3268] Hans Harmsen, “re: Chester Family,” e-mail message to Darryl Roger Lundy, 21 August 2008. Hereinafter cited as “re: Chester Family.”
      Leopoldina Maria Savoia-Carignano, Principessa di Savoia-Carignano1
      F, #471015, b. 1744, d. 1807

      Leopoldina Maria Savoia-Carignano, Principessa di Savoia-Carignano|b. 1744\nd. 1807|p47102.htm#i471015|Luigi Vittorio di Savoia-Carignano, Principe di Carignano|b. 25 Sep 1721\nd. 16 Dec 1778|p11447.htm#i114464|Christine Landgräfin von Hessen-Rheinfels-Rottenburg|b. 1717\nd. 1778|p47102.htm#i471014|Vittorio A. I. di Savoia-Carignano, Principe di Carignano|b. c 28 Feb 1690\nd. 4 Apr 1741|p11447.htm#i114465|Vittoria F. Madamigell di Susa|b. 9 Feb 1690\nd. 8 Jul 1766|p120.htm#i1191|Ernst L. Landgraf von Hessen-Rheinfels-Rottenburg||p11446.htm#i114454||||

      Last Edited=30 May 2011
      Leopoldina Maria Savoia-Carignano, Principessa di Savoia-Carignano was born in 1744.1 She was the daughter of Luigi Vittorio di Savoia-Carignano, Principe di Carignano and Christine Landgräfin von Hessen-Rheinfels-Rottenburg.1 She married Giovanni Andrea Doria-Pamphilj-Landi, 8th Principe di Melfi.1 She died in 1807.1
      Her married name became Doria-Pamphilj-Landi.1
      Child of Leopoldina Maria Savoia-Carignano, Principessa di Savoia-Carignano and Giovanni Andrea Doria-Pamphilj-Landi, 8th Principe di Melfi
      Prince Luigi Doria-Pamphilj-Landi, Principe di Melfi+1
      Citations
      [S3268] Hans Harmsen, “re: Chester Family,” e-mail message to Darryl Roger Lundy, 21 August 2008. Hereinafter cited as “re: Chester Family.”

      Giovanni Andrea Doria-Pamphilj-Landi, 8th Principe di Melfi1
      M, #471016

      Last Edited=30 May 2011
      Giovanni Andrea Doria-Pamphilj-Landi, 8th Principe di Melfi married Leopoldina Maria Savoia-Carignano, Principessa di Savoia-Carignano, daughter of Luigi Vittorio di Savoia-Carignano, Principe di Carignano and Christine Landgräfin von Hessen-Rheinfels-Rottenburg.1
      Child of Giovanni Andrea Doria-Pamphilj-Landi, 8th Principe di Melfi and Leopoldina Maria Savoia-Carignano, Principessa di Savoia-Carignano
      Prince Luigi Doria-Pamphilj-Landi, Principe di Melfi+1
      Citations
      [S3268] Hans Harmsen, “re: Chester Family,” e-mail message to Darryl Roger Lundy, 21 August 2008. Hereinafter cited as “re: Chester Family.”
      Princess Teresa Orsini di Gravina1
      F, #471017

      Princess Teresa Orsini di Gravina||p47102.htm#i471017|Prince Domenico Orsini di Gravina||p47102.htm#i471018|Princess Faustina Caracciolo||p47102.htm#i471019|||||||||||||

      Last Edited=30 May 2011
      Princess Teresa Orsini di Gravina is the daughter of Prince Domenico Orsini di Gravina and Princess Faustina Caracciolo.1 She married Prince Luigi Doria-Pamphilj-Landi, Principe di Melfi, son of Giovanni Andrea Doria-Pamphilj-Landi, 8th Principe di Melfi and Leopoldina Maria Savoia-Carignano, Principessa di Savoia-Carignano.1
      Her married name became Doria-Pamphilj-Landi.1
      Child of Princess Teresa Orsini di Gravina and Prince Luigi Doria-Pamphilj-Landi, Principe di Melfi
      Princess Leopoldina Doria-Pamphilj-Landi+1
      Citations
      [S3268] Hans Harmsen, “re: Chester Family,” e-mail message to Darryl Roger Lundy, 21 August 2008. Hereinafter cited as “re: Chester Family.”
      Prince Domenico Orsini di Gravina1
      M, #471018

      Last Edited=30 May 2011
      Prince Domenico Orsini di Gravina married Princess Faustina Caracciolo.1
      Child of Prince Domenico Orsini di Gravina and Princess Faustina Caracciolo
      Princess Teresa Orsini di Gravina+1
      Citations
      [S3268] Hans Harmsen, “re: Chester Family,” e-mail message to Darryl Roger Lundy, 21 August 2008. Hereinafter cited as “re: Chester Family.”
      Princess Faustina Caracciolo1
      F, #471019

      Last Edited=30 May 2011
      Princess Faustina Caracciolo married Prince Domenico Orsini di Gravina.1
      Her married name became Orsini di Gravina.1
      Child of Princess Faustina Caracciolo and Prince Domenico Orsini di Gravina
      Princess Teresa Orsini di Gravina+1
      Citations
      [S3268] Hans Harmsen, “re: Chester Family,” e-mail message to Darryl Roger Lundy, 21 August 2008. Hereinafter cited as “re: Chester Family.”
      Edward Bennett Close1
      M, #471020

      Last Edited=30 May 2011
      Edward Bennett Close married Elizabeth Taliaferro.1 He married Marjorie Merriweather Post, daughter of C. W. Post and Ella Letitia Merriweather, in 1905.1
      Child of Edward Bennett Close and Elizabeth Taliaferro
      William Taliaferro Close+1 b. 7 Jun 1924, d. 15 Jan 2009

  15. Renee says:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glenn_Close
    Glenn Close (born March 19, 1947)[1] is an American film, television and stage actress. Throughout her long and varied career, she has been consistently acclaimed for her versatility. [2][3]

    Close began her professional stage career in 1974 in ‘Love For Love’, before moving to film with supporting roles in The World According to Garp (1982), The Big Chill (1983), and The Natural (1984), which all earned her nominations for Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress. She would later receive nominations for the Academy Award for Best Actress for her performances in Fatal Attraction (1987), Dangerous Liaisons (1988), and Albert Nobbs (2011). She has been more recently known for her television roles in The Shield and her Emmy and Golden Globe winning role as Patty Hewes in the FX TV series Damages.

    Close is a six-time Academy Award nominee, tying the record for being the actress with the most nominations never to have won (along with Deborah Kerr and Thelma Ritter). In addition, her work has earned her three Tonys, an Obie, three Emmys, two Golden Globes, and a Screen Actors Guild Award. She has also been nominated three times for a Grammy Award and once for a BAFTA, amongst others.

    Close was born in Greenwich, Connecticut, the daughter of Bettine (née Moore) and William Taliaferro Close,[1] a doctor who operated a clinic in the Belgian Congo and served as a personal physician to Congo/Zaire President Mobutu Sese Seko.[4] Her parents came from prominent families. Her father was a descendant of the Taliaferros of Virginia; her paternal grandfather, Edward Bennett Close, a stockbroker and director of the American Hospital Association,[5] was first married to Post Cereals’ heiress Marjorie Merriweather Post. Close is also a second cousin once-removed of actress Brooke Shields (Shields’s great-grandmother Mary Elsie Moore was a sister of Close’s maternal grandfather, Charles Arthur Moore, Jr.).[6]

    During her childhood, Close lived with her parents in a stone cottage on her maternal grandfather’s estate, in Greenwich.[7] Close has credited her early years for her acting abilities: “I have no doubt that the days I spent running free in the evocative Connecticut countryside with an unfettered imagination, playing whatever character our games demanded, is one of the reasons that acting has always seemed so natural to me.”[8] When she was seven years old, her parents joined a “cult group”, the Moral Re-Armament (MRA), in which her family remained involved for fifteen years, living in communal centers. Close has stated that the family “struggled to survive the pressures of a culture that dictated everything about how we lived our lives.” Close traveled for several years in the mid-to-late 1960s with an MRA singing group called Up With People, and attended Rosemary Hall (now Choate Rosemary Hall), graduating in 1965.[7][9] When she was 22, Close broke away from MRA, attending The College of William and Mary, and majoring in theatre. It was in the College’s theatre department that she began to train as a serious actor, under Howard Scammon.[10] She was elected to membership in the honor society of Phi Beta Kappa.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mary_Elsie_Moore
    Mary Elsie Moore (October 22, 1889-December 21, 1941) was an American heiress who married and divorced Italian prince Don Marino Torlonia, 4th prince of Civitella-Cesi.

    Contents [hide]
    1 Early life and education
    2 Marriage and children
    3 Death
    4 References

    [edit] Early life and educationMary Elsie Moore was born October 22, 1889 in Brooklyn, New York, the youngest child of Charles Arthur Moore, a shipping broker and hardware manufacturer from Connecticut, who went on to become the president of Manning, Maxwell and Moore, a large industrial concern. Her mother was Mary L. Campbell. Her siblings were Charles Arthur Moore Jr., who married Elizabeth Hyde (actress Glenn Close’s maternal grandfather), Eugene Maxwell Moore (who married Titanic survivor Margaret Graham) and Jessie Ann Moore, who married US Navy Admiral Colby Mitchell Chester. Mary Elsie was educated at Miss Dow’s school in Briarcliff Manor, New York.

    [edit] Marriage and childrenMoore married then-Duke of Poli and Guadagnolo Don Marino Torlonia, 4th prince of Civitella-Cesi on August 15, 1907 at Old Orchard, her parents’ estate in Belle Haven, Greenwich, Connecticut.[1]

    The Duke and Duchess of Torlonia had four children:

    Princess Donna Olimpia Torlonia di Civitella-Cesi
    Don Alessandro Torlonia, 5th Prince di Civitella-Cesi, who married Infanta Beatriz of Spain
    Princess Donna Cristina Torlonia di Civitella-Cesi
    Princess Donna Marina Torlonia di Civitella-Cesi, who married two Americans: Francis Xavier Shields (by whom she became a grandmother of the actress Brooke Shields) and Edward Slater
    In 1925, the couple separated; the duchess filed for divorce in the United States in 1926.[2] Her American citizenship was brought into question,[3] but the Connecticut courts decided that her residence in the state was legal and granted her divorce in February 1928.
    Moore died on December 21, 1941 in New York.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manning,_Maxwell_and_Moore

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moral_Re-Armament

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mackinac_Island,_Michigan

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frank_Buchman

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