Kerr Gill

©Renee 2013

Funny how names make you think about how they sound, how they connect and what they mean. Take for example this group:

http://www.thepeerage.com/p10563.htm#i105621

Audrey Saunders1

F, #105621, d. 1 May 1588
Audrey Saunders|d. 1 May 1588|p10563.htm#i105621|William Saunders||p2630.htm#i26298||||||||||||||||

Last Edited=11 Mar 2009

Audrey Saunders was the daughter of William Saunders.1 She married Sir George Villiers, son of William Villiers and Coletta Clarke, before 1588.2 She died on 1 May 1588.2
From before 1588, her married name became Villiers.

Children of Audrey Saunders and Sir George Villiers

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12 Responses to Kerr Gill

  1. Renee says:

    From the top again, Ruth GILL* also see Lady Diana Spencer.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ruth_Roche,_Baroness_Fermoy

    Ruth Roche, Baroness Fermoy, DCVO, OBE, (2 October 1908 – 6 July 1993) was a friend and confidante of Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother, and the maternal grandmother of Diana, Princess of Wales.

    Lady Fermoy was born Ruth Sylvia Gill at her father’s house, Dalhebity, Bieldside, Aberdeenshire, the daughter of Colonel William Smith Gill and his wife Ruth (the daughter of David Littlejohn).[1] She showed early promise as a pianist and studied under Alfred Cortot at the Paris Conservatoire in the 1920s.[2] Her musical career was cut short when she met, and later married in 1931, the wealthy and much older Edmund Roche, 4th Baron Fermoy. They had three children which included her younger daughter, Frances. Lady Fermoy did play the piano in public occasionally after her marriage, most notably with Josef Krips at the Royal Albert Hall in 1950, and with Sir John Barbirolli and the Hallé Orchestra at King’s Lynn in 1966.

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

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

  2. Renee says:

    http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/LITTLEJOHN/2006-11/1162661908

    *NOTE*MUNGO*
    The reference is in volume VIII, on page 197. After discussing Mungo
    Murray, 2nd Viscount Stormont, and his two wives, the entry closes with
    “Leaving no male issue(11) … “. Note 11 reads “He had a daughter Anna
    Murray, presumably illegitimate, who married John Littlejohn, stewart clerk of Fife (Fife Sasines, ix, 130).” I haven’t followed up by checking the “Fife Sasines”, but that’s what the *Scots Peerage* has to say about Anna Murray.

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