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151 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Arthur, Gordon Drake (I173397)
152 High Sheriff of Cambridgeshire in 1888. Briscoe, Sir John James (1st Bt) (I27287)
153 High Sheriff of Essex in 1962. Pelly, Douglas Gurney (I161190)
154 In 1636, Sir Alexander Dalmahoy of that ilk, had a charter under the great seal of the lands and barony of Dalmahoy. By his wife, Marion, daughter of James Nesbit of Dean, he had, with four daughters, two sons; John, his heir, and William of Revelbridge, ancestor of the Dalmahoys of Revelbridge. The eldest daughter was married to Henry Trotter of Morton Hall; the second, to Stewart of Blackhall; the third to Alexander Swinton, Lord Mersington; and the fourth, Barbara, to Sir William Scott of Clerkinton, from which marriage descended the Scotts of Maleny, and the Blairs of Blair in Ayrshire.. Dalmahoy, Sir Alexander Knight (I37164)
155 in 1888 - died unmarried Douglas, Isabella More (I171259)
156 In 1950 Irmingard married her first cousin, Prince Ludwig of
Bavaria. A civil wedding took place at Leutstetten and the religious ceremony followed a day later at Schloss Nymphenburg in Munich. After her father's death in 1955, the couple moved into Schloss Leutstetten, where Princess Irmingard continued to live after her husband's death in 2008.
The couple had three children: two daughters who died in infancy and a son, Prince Luitpold of Bavaria, who runs Kaltenberg, one of Bavaria's most successful breweries.

Irmingard was born at her father's residence, Schloss Berchtesgaden. She spent her childhood between Berchtesgaden and her father's other residences, the Leuchtenberg Palais in Munich, Schloss Leutstetten, and Schloss Hohenschwangau. In 1936 she was sent to England to be educated at the Convent of the Sacred Heart in Roehampton (later Woldingham School) where several of her cousins, princesses of Luxembourg, were also enrolled.
In early 1940 Irmingard and her siblings were allowed to go to Italy and join their father who had left Germany in order to avoid conflict with the Nazi authorities. She spent the rest of the war mostly in Rome, Florence, and Padua.
In September 1944 Irmingard was arrested by the Nazis who had been unsuccessful in trying to find and arrest her father. She fell ill from typhus and was sent to a prison hospital in Innsbruck. When she recovered, she was sent to the concentration camp at Oranienburg-Sachsenhausen, where she was reunited with other members of her family who had also been arrested. Later they were transferred to the concentration camps at Flossenbürg and Dachau, before being freed by the Third American Army, April 30, 1945.
Irmingard and her sisters sought refuge in Luxembourg, where their mother's sister Charlotte reigned. After a brief return to Germany, she went to the United States for a year, where her uncle Prince Adolf of Schwarzenberg had a ranch in Montana. 
Bavaria, Princess Irmingard Marie Josefa (of Bavaria) (I27563)
157 in Brough Douglas, James (I32604)
158 In February, 1776, being then an infant aged thirteen years, and described as "of Grantham," he was made plaintiff with his father's executors against Henry Doughty, of James Street, Westminster, to recover a rent charge upon premises in Snarford. According to the parchment pedigree he married and had a daughter, but nothing more is known of him. The printed Law List for 1790 gives the name of John Middlemore as an attorney at Nottingham, but we have been unable to trace the admission of any one of his name about that period. Middlemore, John (I28176)
159 in Muil Douglas, John (I32600)
160 In November 1679 he was imprisoned for high treason, for a conspiracy against the life of the Duke of Lauderdale, but was never tried and in June 1680 he was released for a payment of 50,000 marks.
In 1689 he raised a regiment of 600 foot to promote the Revolution 
Hamilton, John (2nd Lord Bargeny) (I84887)
161 In World War II he served as Lieutenant in the Scots Guards Baillie, Brigadier Hon George Evan Michael M.C. (I155557)
162 Individual Record 1881 British Census

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Arthur Edward SANDBACH Household


Other Information:
Birth Year <1860>
Birthplace Langerniew, Denbigh, Wales
Age 21
Occupation Lieutenant Royal Engineers Active List
Marital Status U
Head of Household Matthew NATHAN
Relation Other


Source Information:
Institution "School Of Military Eng" Brompton Barracks
Census Place Gillingham, Kent, England
Family History Library Film 1341213
Public Records Office Reference RG11
Piece / Folio 0897 / 15
Page Number 5
Arthur Edward SANDBACH Household


Other Information:
Birth Year <1860>
Birthplace Langerniew, Denbigh, Wales
Age 21
Occupation Lieutenant Royal Engineers Active List
Marital Status U
Head of Household Matthew NATHAN


Source Information:
Institution "School Of Military Eng" Brompton Barracks
Census Place Gillingham, Kent, England
Family History Library Film 1341213
Public Records Office Reference RG11
Piece / Folio 0897 / 15
Page Number 5 
Sandbach, Colonel Arthur Edmund Maj Gen Re (I684)
163 Inherited Belmont estate in Grenada and claimed in a Chancery case for three other estates in Grenada as surviving trustee and executor of his father Andrew Houston (q.v.). Described in the compensation records as 'of Clerkington in Co of Haddington' and 'a Colonel in the service of the East India Company' [Legacies of British Slave-ownership] Houston, Sir Robert (of Clerkington) KCB (I173254)
164 Interred in the Douglas Family Crypt at the Oak Hill Cemetery, which was erected in 1885 in memory of George Douglas (1816 - 1884). Douglas, Edward Bruce (I100194)
165 Irene May Sharman 1922-1989 was the grand daughter of Victoria May DOUGLAS 1874-1953 and Christopher Chapman CURTIS 1875-1924. Victoria was known as May. Douglas, Victoria May (I32995)
166 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Garnier, Sir Edward Henry (I168192)
167 Isabel had been married twice before her marriage to Littleton, firstly to Ralph Egerton of Wrinehill, and secondly to Sir John Draycott (died May 1522) of Paynsley Hall, near Draycott. Wood, Isabel (I171861)
168 Isabella ("Ella") Christie was a noted author and world traveller. Christie, Isabella Robertson (I164045)
169 issue, a son Campbell, Mary (I32709)
170 James Clelland Burns lived in Glenlee House, Hamilton around 1870 till 1880, with his wife Louisa and five young daughters, Selina, Jane, Grace, Margaret and later baby Bessie. James was described as a man with no guile, a most trustworthy, amiable and best liked of men. He was instrumental in the establishment of Free Libraries and a supporter of the Organisation of Charity. He was noted as a 'terror to evil-doers, and a prise and protection to them that do well'.
James was the second of the two sons of Sir George Burns, who pioneered transatlantic shipping services and was a founder of the Cunard Steamship Co. James became a shipping magnate in his own right in a partnership known as the Burns and Laird Shipping Line, which operated between Scotland and Ireland, transporting cargo, stock and passengers to Belfast, Dublin, Londonderry from Broomlielaw and Greenock. James was also a Director in the Cunard Steamship Co., founded by his father Sir George Burns.
James C Burns came from a truly great shipping family. His older brother John succeeded his father Sir George in 1860 to become 1st Baronet of Inverclyde, and inherited the family estate at Wemyss Castle. 
Burns, James Clelland (I173665)
171 James Winch, census record , 1880, Westford twp, Martin County, Minnesota.

James Winch, age 38, born Canada, father b. New York, mother b. Canada,
James R. Winch, age 15 son, b Minn. Elsie E. age 13, b Minn., Annie J. age 11, born Minn. and Samuel W. Winch age 7, born Minnesota.
( note no wife jca) 
Winch, James (I100725)
172 John, third, emigrated to South Carolina, about the middle of the eighteenth century, or a little later, and settled on Buck Swamp, about two miles above the present town of Latta. His brother, William, about the same time, came to South Carolina (or they may have come together), and settled on Sweat Swamp, three or four miles above Harlleesville.
These were the progenitors of all the Betheas and their numerous connections in Marion County, and, I suppose, throughout the Western States. 
Bethea, William "Sweaty Swamp" (I148504)
173 Killed in action Grant, Maj Gen Sir Arthur Lindsay (11th Bart) (I27580)
174 Killed in action, Aged 21 Douglas, Claude Campbell Telford (I32948)
175 late Capt. 71st Highlanders Morgan, Arthur Edward (I27786)
176 Lauchlan McIntosh was a merchant at Kirkcaldy, Scotland. McIntosh, Lauchlan (I23199)
177 Lieutenant Edmund Robinson Bagwell married Margaret Douglas after 1845. Circa 1859, he graduated from William and Mary and he returned to Onancock, Virginia and opened a school.1 On 10 March 1862, he enlisted on as a private as one of the "Eastern Shore Refugees", organized as a company in Norfolk, Virginia, on February 5, 1862, by Captain John H. White. The company consisted of nearly 80 men, many of whom had served in the the 39th Virginia Volunteer Infantry. The "Refugees" took their name from the fact that the Eastern Shore (Accomack & Northampton Counties in Virginia) had been taken over by Union troops so that the Eastern Shore of Maryland and Virginia should not secede. Anyone who wanted to fight for Virginia had to enlist on the western shore. The "Refugees" served under various unit designations. Edmund was "elected" a 2nd Lieutenant on July 24, 1862. Of 139 men who had served in this unit, only nine were present at Lee's surrender at Appomattox Court House on April 9, 1865 and 2nd Lt. Edmund R. Bagwell was one of them.

There is a question as to when he attained the rank of General that is listed on the monument since he was only a Lt at the end of the war. There was speculation that he might have been made a general in the Virginia Militia. But there was no Virginia Militia after the Civil War. There were the Virginia Volunteers from 1871-1920 which became the Virginia National Guard was also known unofficially as the Virginia Militia but Lt. Bagwell was not a General of the Virginia Volunteers.

The roster of commissioned officers during the Civil War listed him as a "General and Staff Lieutenant". Edmund R. Bagwell's obituary reads in part, " At the breaking out of the late war he promptly responded to the call of his native State, and entered the army as a lieutenant. He was soon promoted and made Adjutant General of Wise's Legion, which position he held at the close of the war, ...." But this is incorrect as he enlisted as a private. He was made Adjutant General in August 1864 during the Siege of Petersburg. Perhaps the meaning of "general" as applied to his administrative position was misunderstood. On 1868 was was awarded an honorary A.M. degree by William and Mary in 1868. He was already a Mason when he became a charter member of Ocean Lodge No.116, Drummondtown, on 15 December 1869, and he served as Master of the Ocean Lodge in 1875. On 1869, He was elected to the Virginia House of Delegates and was re-elected in 1871 and 1873, and 1875. He was also one of the commissioners from Virginia at the Centennial Exhibition in Philadelphia. Lieutenant Edmund Robinson Bagwell died on 13 June 1876 at age 37 There is a monument to him in the center of the old town square of his home town of Onancock, Virginia. His body is buried in a family plot a short distance from his memorial and near his father's home. 
Bagwell, Gen Edmund Robinson (I27951)
178 Lieutenant-Colonel in the Cameron Highlanders Cairns, Hugh William MC (I169639)
179 lived at Gowthorpe Manor, Swardeston, Norwich, Norfolk, England
Watkinson, David Melville (I27281)
180 Lived at The Lodge, Daventry, Northamptonshire, England Burton, Edmund Charles (I171041)
181 lived in "Trows", Roxburghshire, Scotland Douglas, James (I17483)
182 lived in or around Jellico Douglas, King Hiram (I31882)
183 lived in or around Jellico Douglas, Matthew (I31884)
184 Lt.-Gen. Benjamin Bloomfield, 1st Baron Bloomfield of Oakhampton and Redwood gained the rank of 2nd Lieutenant in 1781 in the service of the Royal Artillery. He was educated at Royal Military Academy, Woolwich, Kent, England. He fought in the the Irish Rebellion in 1798, including at Vinegar Hill. He held the office of Gentleman in Waiting in 1808. He held the office of Aide-de-Camp to the King between 1811 and 1814.4 He held the office of Member of Parliament (M.P.) (Tory) for Plymouth between 1812 and 1817.4 He held the office of Clerk Marshal and Chief Equerry between 1812 and 1817.4 He gained the rank of Major-General in 1814.4 He was invested as a Knight Commander, Hanoverian Order (K.C.H.) in 1815.4 He was invested as a Knight on 11 December 1815.4 He held the office of Auditor and Secretary of the Duchy of Cornwall between 1816 and 1817. He held the office of Keeper of the Privy Purse and Private Secretary between 1817 and 1822.4 He was invested as a Privy Counsellor (P.C.) on 15 July 1817.4 He was invested as a Knight Grand Cross, Hanoverian Order (G.C.H.) in 1819. He held the office of Envoy to Sweden between 1822 and 1832. He was invested as a Knight Grand Cross, Order of the Bath (G.C.B.) on 1 April 18224 He was Colonel Commissioner of the Royal Regiment of Artillery between 1823 and 1846. He was created 1st Baron Bloomfield of Oakhampton and Redwood, co. Tipperary [Ireland] on 14 May 1825. He was Commander of the Garrison at Woolwich. He gained the rank of Lieutenant-General in 1830.

He has an extensive biographical entry in the Dictionary of National Biography. 
Bloomfield, Lt.-Gen. Benjamin (1st Baron Bloomfield of Oakhampton And Redwood) (I5868)
185 magistrate and treasurer of the town Jerdone, John (I174211)
186 Maire de Montréal le 2 Janvier i858, Membre du Conseil général de l'Ain le 23 Juin 1861, Douglas, Comte Pouis Archambaud (I5734)
187 Major Andrew Monroe (16– 1688) who was descended from Robert Munro, 14th Baron of Foulis, Munroe, Andrew (I26136)
188 Margaret May Laurie also went by the nick-name of Meg. Laurie, Margaret May (I173214)
189 Mary died a "few days prior" to James of Typhoid Fever.
Mary (I27212)
190 Master of the Horse from 1853 to 1858. In 1858 he was made a Knight of the Garter. Wellesley, Lieutenant-General Arthur Richard (2nd Duke of Wellington) (I171131)
191 Mayor of Newcastle, 1858, Laycock, Joseph JP (I33862)
192 Member of Parliament for Christchurch 1844-52, British Chargé d'Affaires and Consul-General in Denmark 1852, British Chargé d'Affaires in Chile 1853, British Minister at Berne, British Minister at The Hague 1867-77 Harris, Admiral Hon Sir Edward Alfred John KCB RN (I28254)
193 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Kennedy, Loughlinn (I170001)
194 milliners, ??in New Bond Street Rigge, Two daughters (I172973)
195 Minister in 1634 at Abdie, Fife, Scotland Balfour, Sir Alexander (3rd Bt) (I174469)
196 Mother Philomena Douglas, Principal of Genazzano FCJ College, 1932\endash 1958.
(Faithful Companions of Jesus (FCJ Sisters))
Apparently she did her novitiate in Belgium and then taught for a period in Ireland before returning to Melbourne
Douglas, Kathleen Mary Gabriel (I168085)
197 MP for Lyme Regis 1772'961802.

On 12 January 1778 Fane married Anne (d. 19 January 1838), the daughter of Edward Buckley Batson, a banker. The couple had 14 children:

Gen. Sir Henry Fane MP (1778\endash 1840)
Anne Fane (19 January 1780 \endash March 1831), married Lt-Gen. John Michel and mother of Field Marshal Sir John Michel
Lt-Col. Charles Fane (14 May 1781 \endash July 1813) Killed in action at Vittoria
Elizabeth Fane (1782 \endash 28 January 1802)
Rev. Edward Fane (7 December 1783 \endash 28 December 1862), married Maria Hodges; their children included Henry Hamlyn-Fane, General Walter Fane and Colonel Francis Fane
Vere Fane (5 January 1785 \endash 18 January 1863), MP
Frances Mary Fane (d. 28 June 1787)
Lt. Neville Fane, RN (16 January 1788 \endash 24 November 1807), died of yellow fever in Bridgetown
William Fane (5 April 1789 \endash 7 March 1839), married Louisa Hay Dashwood and had issue
Caroline Fane (28 December 1790 \endash 1859), married Charles Chaplin MP
George Augustus Fane (16 March 1792 \endash 1 March 1795)
General Mildmay Fane (September 1794 \endash 12 March 1868)
Harriet Fane (1793\endash 1834), married Charles Arbuthnot MP
Robert George Cecil Fane (1796\endash 1864)
Fane also had a natural child before his marriage:

Sir Henry Chamberlain, 1st Baronet. 
Fane, Henry MP (I173547)
198 niece of George, Lord Lyttleton Ayscough, Augusta Anne (I28077)
199 North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868, Bond # 002581, Record # 01 178

It has not been proven that this is the second marriage of GeorgeFinley Griffin to date. 
Family F9447
200 Not only were they cousins, but when they married in 1884 they were living in the same street in Kirkcaldy. Family F72904

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