Georgina Lady Belhaven and Stenton, née Watson (1856-1940), 5th daughter of Sir John Watson, 1st Bt. of Earnock and Neisland (Scottish coalowner) and his 1st wife Agnes Simpson, m. (1877) James, 9th Lord Belhaven and Stenton (1822–1893);
Hon Leonore (Agnes Watson Nisbet) Hamilton, later Hon Mrs Robert Borras Whiteside (1878-1946), m (1903) Captain Robert Borras Whiteside (d. on active service in France, 1915);
Hon May (Clarke Mary Nisbet) Hamilton, later Lady Hemphill (1879-1970), m (1913) Rt. Hon. Stanhope Charles John Hemphill, 2nd Baron Hemphill (1853-1919).
Date: 11 March 1898.
Occasion: The Drawing Room, 11 March 1898: Hon Leonore Hamilton summoned to the Court; Hon May Hamilton presented by her mother, Georgina Lady Belhaven and Stenton.
Location: The Lafayette Studio, 179 New Bond Street, London, W.
Costume: Court dresses:
Costume Supplier: Messrs Bradley, 129 Westbourne Grove, London.
Furniture & Props: Painted rococo style backdrop; Louis XV style giltwood canapé; Rococo sideboard; studio Persian rug.
Photographer: Lafayette Ltd., 179 New Bond Street, London, W.
Evidence of photographer at work: -
No of poses: 1.
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Biog: Burke's Peerage.
Occasion: The Times, 12 March 1898, p 10a.
Costume: The Queen, 18 March 1898, p 507.
Costume Supplier: The Queen, 18 March 1898, p 507.
Reproduced: The Sketch, 18 February 1898, p 51; The Ladies' Field, 26 March 1898, p 376; (version) The Sketch, 18 February 1903, p 164.