10th Duke with his four children, Billy, Andrew, Anne and Elizabeth at Bolton Abbey, c
3474047 10th Duke with his four children, Billy, Andrew, Anne and Elizabeth at Bolton Abbey, c.1938 (b/w photo)
; Collection of the Duke of Devonshire, Chatsworth House, UK; (add.info.: Edward William Spencer Cavendish (1895-1950) 10th Duke of Devonshire, known as Marquess of Hartington.
William Cavendish (1917-44) Marquess of Hartington, killed in action in World War II.
Lord Andrew Cavendish (1920-2004) 11th Duke of Devonshire.
Lady Elizabeth Georgiana Alice Cavendish (b.1926)
Lady Anne Evelyn Beatrice Cavendish (1927-2010)); © Devonshire Collection, Chatsworth; Reproduced by permission of Chatsworth Settlement Trustees; out of copyright
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Marquess and Marchioness of Anglesey
Sir Charles Henry Alexander Paget, 6th Marquess of Anglesey GCVO (1885-1947) and his bride, Lady Victoria Manners, a daughter of the 8th Duke of Rutland, returning from their honeymoon to their stately home, Beaudesert Hall on the eastern edge of Cannock Chase in Staffordshire. At the Guildhall they were welcomed with a speech from the Mayor of Lichfield, and the Mayoress presented the Marchioness with a bouquet. In this photograph gamekeepers and gardeners are seen drawing the couple's carriage through the grounds, while others push from behind
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Sir Claude and Lady Champion de Crespigny, Tatler cover
Sir Claude Champion de Crespigny, 4th Baronet (1847-1935), soldier, sportsman and adventurer, pictured on the front cover of The Tatler in 1927 beside his wife, Lady Champion de Crespigny at Champion Lodge, Maldon, Essex. Sir Claude's life reads like that of a fictional Victorian action hero. After a military career, he became expert in a number of sports. As a ballooning enthusiast he was the first man to cross the North Sea in 1883. He was also a big-game hunter, a fearless diver, canoeist, sailor and swimmer (becoming the first European to swim the Nile rapids in 1889) and as a jockey, he rode his last steeplechase at the age of 67. Unsurprisingly, his maxim in life was, Where there is a daring deed to be done in any part of the world, an Englishman should leap to the front to accomplish it. In 1872, he married Georgina McKerrel with whom he had five sons and four daughters. Date: 1927
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