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Aristocratic births, November, 2005
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Michael Rhodes
2005-11-07 00:14:31 UTC
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Lucy Rachel Hervey-Bathurst (nee Manners, b. 1961) scion of the Dukes
of Rutland, and wife of James Felton Somers Hervey-Bathurst (b. 1949),
scion of the Hervey-Bathurst Baronets (cr. 1818), and a grandson
maternally of the late 6th Baron Somers, KCMG (1887-1944), gave birth
to a daughter, Stella Mary, 2 November, 2005.

Mrs Hervey-Bathurst is a former Lady-in-Waiting to the Duchess of York,
she is a daughter of the late Lord John Manners and is a first cousin
of the 11th Duke of Rutland.

Mr Hervery-Bathurst, of Eastnor Castle, Herefordshire has issue from
his 1982 marriage to the Hon. Sarah Rachel Peake, daughter of the 2nd
Viscount Ingleby.

Source: The Times 7 Nov, 2005

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Gillian White
2005-11-07 00:20:40 UTC
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Post by Michael Rhodes
Lucy Rachel Hervey-Bathurst (nee Manners, b. 1961) scion of the Dukes
of Rutland, and wife of James Felton Somers Hervey-Bathurst (b. 1949),
scion of the Hervey-Bathurst Baronets (cr. 1818), and a grandson
maternally of the late 6th Baron Somers, KCMG (1887-1944), gave birth
to a daughter, Stella Mary, 2 November, 2005.
Are the Hervey-Bathurst baronets related to the Marquess of Bristol?

Gillian
Michael Rhodes
2005-11-07 00:25:25 UTC
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Marika Hortop (nee Thynne) wife of Daniel J. Hortop, and scion of the
Marquesses of Bath, gave birth to a son, Percy Alexander, 15 October,
2005, a brother for Lily (b.?) and Sophie Anna, b. 26 April, 2003.

Mrs Hortop is a daughter of Mr & Mrs Sheridan Thynne, and Daniel Hortop
is a son of Mr John Hortop and Mrs Lynn Evans.

Source: Daily Telegraph 01 Nov, 2005

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Michael Rhodes
2005-11-07 00:27:47 UTC
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Post by Gillian White
Post by Michael Rhodes
Lucy Rachel Hervey-Bathurst (nee Manners, b. 1961) scion of the Dukes
of Rutland, and wife of James Felton Somers Hervey-Bathurst (b. 1949),
scion of the Hervey-Bathurst Baronets (cr. 1818), and a grandson
maternally of the late 6th Baron Somers, KCMG (1887-1944), gave birth
to a daughter, Stella Mary, 2 November, 2005.
Are the Hervey-Bathurst baronets related to the Marquess of Bristol?
Gillian
Yes, the first baronet was a grandson of the seventh son of the 1st
Earl of Bristol, and was ADC to the Duke of Wellington after Waterloo.
Don Aitken
2005-11-07 01:16:21 UTC
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On Mon, 07 Nov 2005 00:20:40 GMT, "Gillian White"
Post by Gillian White
Post by Michael Rhodes
Lucy Rachel Hervey-Bathurst (nee Manners, b. 1961) scion of the Dukes
of Rutland, and wife of James Felton Somers Hervey-Bathurst (b. 1949),
scion of the Hervey-Bathurst Baronets (cr. 1818), and a grandson
maternally of the late 6th Baron Somers, KCMG (1887-1944), gave birth
to a daughter, Stella Mary, 2 November, 2005.
Are the Hervey-Bathurst baronets related to the Marquess of Bristol?
They descend from Sir Frederick Anne Hervey-Bathurst, grandson of
Felton Hervey, seventh son of the first Earl of Bristol. He was the
second baronet, inheriting by special remainder from his brother, who
died without issue. The Bathurst part of the name comes from their
maternal grandmother, born Selina Bathurst; her father was Peter
Bathurst of Clarendon Park, brother of the first Earl Bathurst, who
had twelve daughters.
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