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Simon Douglas-Pennant, 7th Baron Penrhyn of Llandygai

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

Simon Douglas-Pennant was born on 28 June 1938 in Jordanhill, Glasgow, Scotland. He is the son of Major Hon. Nigel Douglas-Pennant and Margaret Dorothy Kirkham.

 

He is the nephew of Malcolm Frank Douglas-Pennant (11 July 1908 - 8 November, 2003) from whom he inherited the baronetcy and Elisabeth Rosemary (died 27 March, 2002), daughter
of Brig. Sir Percy Robert Laurie, KCVO, and Lady Laurie (nee Lawson-Johnston).

He married Josephine Upcott, daughter of Robert Upcott, on 5 October 1963.

He was educated at Eton College, Windsor, Berkshire, England and then graduated from Clare College, Cambridge University in 1961 with a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.). He played cricket for Cambridge.

He married Josephine Upcott, daughter of Robert Upcott, on 5 October 1963.
They had the following children:
Sophie Margaret Douglas-Pennant+ b. 11 Dec 1964
Edward Sholto Douglas-Pennant b. 6 Jun 1966
Hugo Charles Douglas-Pennant b. 21 Apr 1969
Harriet Josephine Douglas-Pennant b. 25 May 1972

He lived at Mulberry House, Old Church Road, Colwall, Worcestershire, England and The Old Vicarage, Castlemorton, Malvern, Worcestershire.

 

Notes:
•  It is assumed that The Old Vicarage is the same as the building used for Douglas House School.

•  Mrs Josephine Douglas-Pennant was Head Mistress at Sunnyside Preparatory School in Barbourne Terrance, Worcester.

 

See also:

  • Penrhyn Castle
  • The Douglas-Pennant Family
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