Katherine Mary Alice Baring (b.
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 Wakefield was portrayed by Liz White in the 2019 Channel 4 drama Brexit: The Uncivil War.
Please use the Contact Form in the right hand side bar to contact me privately or the comments facility at the bottom of the page to make a public comment. Windham Baring (1880-1922), born 29 September 1880; managing director of Baring Bros; director of Buenos Aires Great Southern Railway; served in First World War with Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve (Lt.); married, 10 July 1913, Lady Gweneth Frida JP (1888-1984) (who married 2nd, 4 February 1926, Col. Ralph Henry Voltelin Cavendish CBE MVO DL (d. 1968 and had further issue), daughter of Edward Ponsonby, 8th Earl of Bessborough and had issue three sons; died 28 December 1922; will proved 21 February 1923 (estate £209,733); (2.1) Evelyn Baring (1903-73), 1st Baron Howick of Glendale (, He died 29 January 1917 and was buried at Bournemouth (Hants); his will was proved 24 April 1917 (estate £117,608).
He left the army in 1879 and after a few years in Egypt he was back in India, 1880-83 in a role which amounted to being Chancellor of the Exchequer there. , In June 1957, Baring passed on to Alan Lennox-Boyd a secret memorandum written by Eric Griffiths-Jones, the attorney general of Kenya. , The heir apparent is Wakefield's eldest son, Maximilian.
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In 1883 he was made Consul-General (in effect, Governor) of Egypt, and he held this post until 1907, when ill health made it urgently necessary for him to retire.
It will enhance any encyclopedic page you visit with the magic of the WIKI 2 technology. They have one son and … English baronet and expert on antiques and architecture. He married, 24 April 1935, Lady Mary Cecil (1907-2002), elder daughter of Charles Robert Grey, 5th Earl Grey, of Howick Hall (Northbld. Elizabeth Sophia Sidney (b. a nine-by-five bay block of three storeys, connected by single-storey straight links to five-by-five bay pavilions of two lower storeys with three-bay pediments and square lanterns. It will enhance any encyclopedic page you visit with the magic of the WIKI 2 technology. 1936), 2nd bt., of Chillingham Castle (Northbld. Mary Cecil Baring Baroness Howick of Glendale (Grey) Birthdate: 1907: Death: 2002 (94-95) Immediate Family: Daughter of Charles Grey, 5th Earl Grey and Lady Mabel Laura Georgiana Grey (Palmer), Countess Grey Wife of Evelyn Baring, 1st Baron Howick of Glendale Mother of Private and Private . During the First World War, the Grey family made Howick available as an emergency hospital, and themselves took a leading part in its management.
 Alleged inconsistencies between Cummings's account and his wife's have been discussed in the press, and reported to the Independent Press Standards Organisation, the magazine's regulator. 4th Earl of Minto, and had issue one son (the 3rd Earl) and two daughters; died 13 May 1953; his will was proved 14 July 1953 (estate £52,988); (1.2) Hon. 1 She is the daughter of Charles Evelyn Baring, 1st Baron Howick of Glendale and Lady Mary Cecil Grey.
Theme images by, Although it is less than three hundred years since Johann Baring (1697-1748) first arrived in England, the Baring family has in that time become deeply embedded in the British establishment. The design of the centre was derived ultimately from the facade of Palladio's Villa Capra, but was perhaps inspired more immediately by Paine's 1766 design of Bywell Hall (Northbld), which both architect and client will have known. 12 March 1941) daughter of The 1st Viscount De L'Isle, V.C., K.G. William Newton began his career as a carpenter, working alongside his father Robert Newton as one of a group of craftsmen executing the designs of Daniel Garrett in north-east England, but by the early 1760s he had established himself as the leading builder-architect in Newcastle. Katherine Mary Alice Baring (b. Rachel Monica Baring (b. Although this sum may not have included all the charges for decorating and furnishing the new house, it represented exceptional value for money: the new house was. , He is also a member of the Standing Council of the Baronetage and of the Society of Dilettanti.
 He was educated at Gordonstoun School and Trinity College, Cambridge.
They have one son and one daughter; another son died shortly after birth. He is a life member of the Scott Polar Institute and the Harlequin Football Club. In 1982 he bought Chillingham Castle, Northumberland, from the Grey family of Northumberland, the family of his third wife Katherine, daughter of Lady Mary Grey.
), born 30 December 1937. Lord Howick was made a Knight of the Garter in 1972, but died from injuries received while rock climbing in 1973. They retained the early 19th century entrance hall (but reduced it a little in width, so that the big Roman Doric columns against the side walls, which once stood free, now stand close to the walls), and behind it created a new top-lit columned vestibule, the domed roof of which forms the floor of the first-floor courtyard. He has stated that 'in general, to be elitist, I think the quality climbs up the tree of life.
30 March 1936), elder daughter of The 1st Baron Howick of Glendale and his wife Lady Mary Cecil Grey (died 2002), elder daughter of The 5th Earl Grey. Baring graduated from Oxford University with First Class Honours in modern history before serving in the Indian Civil Service. These involved building out a single-storey extension across the whole north side that contained a new entrance hall but was curiously described as 'the conservatory' in a letter of 1808 from Wyatt.
He was a Director of Swan Hunter Shipbuilding and Wigram Richardson and served as a member of the Nature Conservancy from 1961 (Chairman, 1963), the governing body of the School of Oriental & African Studies, London University, 1961-68, and was president of the Centre for International Briefing, 1972.  Wakefield is second cousin once removed to Alexander Armstrong; they share a direct ancestor in the person of colonial administrator Sir John Perronet Thompson. He was awarded an honorary degree by Newcastle University (DCL, 1968). , After leaving Cambridge, Wakefield was commissioned into the 10th Royal Hussars and retired from the army with the rank of captain. ; administration of her goods with will annexed was granted 15 December 1898 (estate £1,968).