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LONDONDERRY, THE MARQUIS OF, GRP
Neg. No: (GP) (B?) 1917
Neg. Size: 12"x15"
Neg. Date: 01-11-1918

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Sitters: (Left to right)

Most Rev. John Baptist Crozier (1858-1920); Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of all Ireland (Church of Ireland) (1911-1920).
Lady Margaret Frances Anne Vane-Tempest-Stewart (1910-1966); 2nd daughter of 7th Marquis of Londonderry; m. 1stly (1934) Frederick Allan Irving Munz (div. 1939); m. 2ndly 1952 Hugh Falkus, actor and writer.(1)
Lady Helen Maglona Vane-Tempest-Stewart, later Lady Helen Walsh (1911- ); 3rd daughter of 7th Marquis of Londonderry; m. 1stly (1935) 2nd Baron Jessel (div. 1960); m. 2ndly (1960) Dennis Cecil Whittington Walsh.
Field Marshal John Denton Pinkstone French, Viscount French of Ypres, later 1st Earl of Ypres (1852-1925); Commander-in-Chief of the British Expeditionary Force 1914-1915; Commander-in-Chief Home Forces 1916-1918; Lord Lieutenant of Ireland 1918-1921.

Date: 1st November 1918.

Occasion: -

Location: Mount Stewart, Newtonards, Co. Down, Ireland; residence of 7th Marquis of Londonderry.

Descr: Full length group.

Costume: (Crozier) Church of Ireland, Clerical Day Dress; (Lord French) Service Dress, Field Marshal.

Orders, Decorations & Medals: -

Furniture & Props: -

Photographer: -

Evidence of photographer at work: -

No of poses: 1.

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Provenance: Pinewood Studios; acquired 1989.

References:

Biog: (Crozier) [Crockfords ck]; Who's Who; The Times, 13 April 1920, p 18b; (Ladies Margaret and Helen Vane-Tempest-Stewart) Burke's Peerage; (Lord French) Dictionary of National Biography; Burke's Peerage; Who's Who; The Times, 23 May 1925, p 12a..

Occasion: -

Costume: (Crozier) David Hebblethwaite, Secretary of the Church of England Liturgical Committee, Westminster Palace; (French) Dress Regulations for the Army, London, 1911, (facsimile edition), Thurston Press, Norfolk, 1986, (see amendments published 1912 and 1913).

Orders, Decorations & Medals: -

Reproduced: -

Acknowledgements:

1. Resumed maiden name of Vane-Tempest-Stewart 1958.