George Edward Cokayne

Standard Name: Cokayne, George Edward
Used Form: G. E. Cokayne
Used Form: G. E. C.


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Family and Intimate relationships Elizabeth, Margravine of Anspach
The seventeen-year-old Elizabeth Berkeley was married at the church of St Martin in the Fields in Spring Gardens, London, to William Craven, who two years later, when an uncle died, became the sixth Baron...
Family and Intimate relationships Elizabeth Delaval
Charles Stuart, Duke of Richmond and Lennox , was ED 's half-brother from her mother's first marriage.
The number of his peerage is given differently in different sources: as given here it follows the Cokayne
Family and Intimate relationships Dorothea Du Bois
Curiously, James Annesley seems not to have used the titles to which he had won the right. His death on 14 January 1760 was recorded as that of an Esquire. Neither the Gentleman's Magazine...
Family and Intimate relationships Eglinton Wallace
The Annual Register reported the wedding as on 14 August 1772.
The Annual Register.
With the baronetcy the new Sir Thomas Wallace inherited the estate of Craigie in Ayrshire, with an ancient, magnificent, ruined castle, a...
Friends, Associates Sydney Owenson, Lady Morgan
Sydney Owenson —already famous for her writing—lived with the wealthy and fashionable Marquess and Marchioness of Abercorn .
G. E. Cokayne 's Complete Peerage gives the marchioness's name as Anne Jane; biographer Mary Campbell gives...


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