Wednesday, February 21, 2007

Aitken/Proby marriage

The marriage took place at All Saints' Church, Elton, 10 February, 2007, between the Hon. (Alexander) Rory Aitken (b. 1978), 2nd son of the 3rd Baron Beaverbrook (b. 1951), of Denchworth Manor, Oxfordshire, by his wife the former Susan Angela More O'Ferrall (b. 1948), daughter of the late Francis Ambrose More O'Ferrall (d. 1976), by his wife Angela Mary Mather Jackson (b. 1925), of the Jackson Baronets (cr. 1869), & Alexandra Meredyth Anne Proby (b. 1980), scion of the Proby Baronets (cr. 1952), eldest daughter of Sir William Henry Proby, 3rd Baronet (b. 1949), by his wife the former Meredyth Anne Brentnall. Daily Telegraph 16 Feb 2007 ...

Legard/Thornton engagement

The engagement was announced 21 February, 2007, between Thomas James St. Quintin (Tom) Legard (b. 1972), son of Mr James Digby Legard, of Lowthorpe, East Yorkshire, by his wife the former Daphne Jane West, & Miss B.E. (Beth) Thornton, daughter of the late Mr and Mrs Geoffrey Thornton, of Oulston, North Yorkshire.

Oliver Nicholas Bruce Cavendish

Sarah Elizabeth Cavendish, wife since 2002, of the Hon. Charles Gray Compton Cavendish, [b. 11 November, 1974], son and heir of the 6th Baron Chesham, gave birth to a son, Oliver Nicholas Bruce, at Sydney, 15 February, 2007, a brother for Isabella Alannah Suzanne, who was b. 12 April, 2004.
Mrs Cavendish is a daughter of Mr & Mrs Bruce Dawson, of London and South Africa.
Charles Cavendish descends from the 1st Baron Chesham (cr. 1858), (1793-1863), fourth son of the 1st Earl of Burlington, (1754-1834), third son of the 4th Duke of Devonshire, KG, (1720-64).
Source: Daily Telegraph 21 Feb 2007

Friday, February 16, 2007

Mapes/Lawson Johnston engagement

The engagement was announced 6 February, 2007, between Zachary A. Mapes, son of Mr and Mrs Gregory Mapes, of New Hampshire, USA, and Tania Georgiana Lawson Johnston (b. 1977), scion of the Barons Luke (cr. 1929), daughter of the late Hon (George) Andrew Lawson Johnston, and of Mrs Andrew Lawson Johnston, of Inverernan, Aberdeenshire, and granddaughter paternally of the 2nd Lord Luke, KCVO, TD.

Tollemache/Johnstone marriage

The marriage took place, 3 February, 2007, at Knightsbridge, London, between the Hon. Edward John Hugo Tollemache (b. 12 May, 1976), a godson of the Prince of Wales and a Page of Honour to Her Majesty the Queen 1988-90, son and heir of the 5th Baron Tollemache (b. 13 Dec, 1939), of Helmingham Hall, Stowmarket, Suffolk, by his wife the former Alexandra Dorothy Jean Meynell (b. 1949), scion of the Earls of Halifax, & Sophie Johnstone, daughter of Iain Gilmour Johnstone (b. 8 Apr, 1943), author and broadcaster, by his wife the former Mo Watson. The reception took place at St James's Palace.

Stubbings/Benson engagement

The engagement was announced 6 February, 2007, between Stephen F. Stubbings, son of Mr and Mrs William Stubbings, of.-North Yorkshire, and Laura Jane Benson (b. 1980), scion of the LG family of Benson of Stanway House, daughter of Mr Robert Charles Benson (b. 17 Nov 1952), of Celleron, by his former wife the former Lady Jane Helen Harbord Lowther (b. 1947), of Askham, Cumbria, and granddaughter of the late 7th Earl of Lonsdale (1922-2006).
Laura's great-grandfather, Guy Holford Benson (b. 1888) married in 1921, Lady Violet Catherine, widow of Hugo Francis, Lord Elcho (of the Earls of Wemyss), and second daughter of the 8th Duke of Rutland.

Hon Joscelyn Skye Courtenay

Allison Joy Courtenay, styled Lady Courtenay, wife of Charles Peregrine Courtenay, styled Lord Courtenay (b. 14 August, 1975), gave birth to a daughter, the Hon Joscelyn Skye Courtenay, at Los Angeles, United States, 31 January, 2007. Charles is the only son & heir of the 18th Earl of Devon (b.5 May, 1942), of Powderham Castle, Exeter, & the Countess of Devon, & Allison is the daughter of Mr & Mrs Gary Langer, of Los Angeles, California, United States.

Hon Lady Beaumont

The Hon. Lady Beaumont, who died 2 February, 2007, was the wife of the Hon Sir (Edward) Nicholas (Canning) Beaumont, KCVO, DL, Vice-Lord Lieutenant of Berkshire, 1989-94, scion of the Viscounts Allendale.
Her husband wa clerk of the course and secretary to the Ascot Authority, 1969-94, and was appointed KCVO in 1994.
She was Jane Caroline, daughter of Alexander Lewis Paget Falconer Wallace, of Candacraig, Strathdon, Aberdeenshire, and married Nicholas Beaumont in 1953, by whom she had 2 sons, Thomas (b. 1962), and Henry (b. 1966).
The private funeral is followed by a Service of Thanksgiving, Hexham Abbey, Thursday 8 February, 2007.

10th Lord Boston (1939-2007)

The Lord Boston, 10th Baron and 11th Baronet, died at his home, 3 February, 2007, at the age of 67.
Timothy George Frank Boteler Irby, was born 27 March, 1939, son of Gerald, the 9th Lord Boston, MBE (1897-1978), by his 2nd wife, the former Erica Nelly Hill (who died in 1990); and was educated at Clayesmore School, Dorset and Southampton University (BSc).
He married in 1967, Rhoda Anne, daughter of Ronald Albert Bate, of Balgowlah, New South Wales, by whom he had 2 sons, George and Jonathan, and one daughter, Rebecca. He succeeded to the peerage (cr 1761) nd the baronetcy (cr 1704) on the demise of his father in 1978.
The family honours devolve upon his lordship's elder son, the Hon George William Eustace Boteler Irby, who was b. 1 Aug 1971, who is married with issue.
The funeral will be held at St. Michael's Church, Penrhosllugwy, Anglesey on Saturday 10 February, 2007.

John Macleod of Macleod, 29th Chief of the Clan Macleod

John Macleod of Macleod, the 29th chief of Clan MacLeod, who died from leukaemia, 12 February, 2007, aged 71, found himself beset by controversy when, in 2000, he announced that he planned to sell the Black Cuillin mountains, part of his estate on the Isle of Skye. MacLeod needed to raise money to restore Dunvegan Castle, his 800-year- old family seat situated on an outcrop of black basalt. The Cuillins, which cover some 35 square miles, are home to golden eagles, white- tailed sea eagles, red deer and a number of rare plants. Sir Walter Scott, in The Lord of the Isles, was moved to write of them: "A scene so rude, so wild as this/Yet so sublime in barrenness."
John MacLeod was born John Wolrige-Gordon, 10 August, 1935, the second son of Captain Robert Wolrige-Gordon, MC. His (40 minutes younger) twin brother, Patrick, was to become a Tory MP. The boys' mother was the daughter of Dame Flora MacLeod of MacLeod, the 28th clan chief, who named John as her heir in 1951, when he changed his name to MacLeod of MacLeod. The clan traces its origins to the 13th century, when Leod, the son of a Norse king, gained possession of much of Skye.
After Eton, John went to McGill University, Montreal, and the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art, where he was a contemporary of Janet Suzman and Donald Sutherland; he then began a career as an actor.
Dunvegan and its surrounding 30,000-acre estate were, however, to become his life. To mark his 21st birthday there was a clan gathering at Dunvegan attended by MacLeods from all over the world; the Queen and Prince Philip also made an appearance. John and his twin brother received gold watches from the United States MacLeods; opal cufflinks from the Australian MacLeods; silver spoons from the Vancouver MacLeods.
John took over at the castle when he was 30, Dame Flora continuing to live as his tenant in the south wing for another 12 years; on her death, in 1976 at the age of 98, he succeeded as the 29th clan chief.
Money had long been a problem. According to historians, the decline began with the 22nd chief, known as the Red Man, who was suspected of murdering his wife and who had generated animosity by failing to support the Jacobite uprising of 1745. The 25th chief was forced to let out the castle and work in London as a clerk.
Dame Flora had had to sell off large tracts of the estate, and MacLeod decided to open Dunvegan to the public, turning it into one of Scotland's most popular tourist attractions. The castle boasts many items of interest, including portraits by Raeburn and Zoffany, Flora Macdonald's stays and Rory Mor's drinking horn, from which each new MacLeod chieftain must quaff a litre of claret to prove his manhood (when his turn came, John MacLeod managed it in one minute 57 seconds).
In 1996, in an attempt to raise money, MacLeod demanded that two crofters running a salmon-farming business paid for access to the sea, invoking a 17th-century feudal law to claim ownership of the foreshore. He wanted £1,000 a year for crossing the beach and £54 for every ton of salmon landed.
MacLeod was a genial man who was genuinely distressed by the controversy which had surrounded him for the past seven years. His great love was music: he had a fine singing voice which can be heard on a CD of Scottish folk songs called MacLeod of Dunvegan, and each year he held a chamber music festival in the drawing room at Dunvegan.
John MacLeod married first, in 1961 (dissolved 1971), Drusilla Shaw. He married secondly, in 1973 (dissolved 1992), Melita Kolin, a Bulgarian concert pianist, with whom he had a son and a daughter; their son, Hugh Magnus MacLeod, succeeds as 30th clan chief. He had another son by a brief relationship before his second marriage, and is survived by his children and by his third wife, Ulrika.

Lt-Col. Sir John Inglefield-Watson, 5th Baronet

  1. Lieutenant-Colonel Sir John Inglefield-Watson, 5th Baronet, died at his home in Scotland, 7 February, 2007. He was aged 80.
    John Forbes Inglefield-Watson was born 16 May, 1926, the son of Sir Derrick Inglefield-Watson, 4th Bt, by his 1st wife Margaret Georgina Aikman, and was educated at Eton.
    Career: served in the Royal Engineers, 1945-81, retiring as Lieutenant-Colonel; football referee (Football Association staff referee instructor, from 1978); succeeded to the baronetcy (cr.UK 1895) on the demise of his father, 1987. He never married.
    The funeral took place at St Mary's Episcopal Church, Hamilton, 15 February, 2007.

Friday, February 02, 2007

Manser/Temple-Morris engagement

The engagement was announced in February, 2007, between Mr Joseph Manser, son of Mrs Stephanie Cross, of Kintyre, Scotland, and the Hon Christina Temple-Morris, younger daughter of the Baron Temple-Morris (b. 12 Feb 1938), a life peer since 2001, by his wife Tahere, daughter of His Excellency Khozeime Alam, of Teheran, Iran.

Alec Ronald David Lindsay

Caroline Lindsay (nee Donaldson), wife since 2000 of Capt. Robin Lindsay, the Black Watch [Royal Highland Regiment], gave birth to a son, Alec Ronald David, 11 January, 2007, a brother for Eelanor Nicoletta Rose, who was b. 3 July 2002, and for Loelia Lois-May, who was b. 23 November, 2004.
Capt. Lindsay is the youngest son of Sir Ronald Alexander Lindsay of Dowhill, 2nd Baronet, and the former Nicolette Storich, and Caroline Lindsay is a daughter of Mr & Mrs David Donaldson, of Balerno, Edinburgh.

Hector James Bertram Edgar Lindsay

Lady Lindsay, wife since 2000 of Sir James Martin Evelyn Lindsay of Dowhill, 3rd Baronet (b. 11 Oct, 1968), gave birth to a son, Hector James Bertram Edgar, 23 June 2006, a brother for Archibald Ronald Frederick (Archie), who was b. 26 October, 2004, & for Jemima Beatrice Margaret Lindsay, who was b. 19 June, 2002.
Lady Lindsay is the former Annabel Knight, yr daughter of Dr Peter Knight, of Taynton, Oxfordshire, and Mrs Margaret Knight, of Lane End, Buckinghamshire.
Sir James is the eldest son of the late Sir Ronald Alexander Lindsay of Dowhill, 2nd Baronet, and the former Nicoletta Storich; and is a nephew of Lady Mark Fitzalan Howard, and a grandson of Sir Martin Lindsay of Dowhill, 1st Baronet, who was 22 generations in descent from Sir William Lindsay of Rossie, 1st of Dowhill [b. 1350.] The 1st Baronet married Joyce Emily Lindsay of the Earls of Crawford & Balcarres.

Eliza Alice Hemphill

Iona M. Hemphill (nee Campbell) wife of Geoffrey P. Hemphill, gave birth to a daughter, Eliza Alice, at Zurich, 24 January, 2007. Geoffrey is the eldest son of the Reverend and Mrs John Hemphill, of Ballyhalbert, Co. Down, and Iona is the daughter of Mr David Niall MacArthur Campbell of Strachur, 25th Chief of the MacArthur Campbells of Strachur, & representative of the Baronial House of Campbell of Strachur, & Mrs Campbell of Strachur, of Barbreck, Argyll. The infant's ancestor, Duncan, 1st of Strachur was a younger brother of Sir Gillespie Campbell of Lochow, ancestor of the Dukes of Argyll.

Crombie/Dalrymple-Hay engagement

The engagement was announced 2 February, 2007, between John Crombie,
eldest son of the late Professor Leslie Crombie, FRS, and of Dr Mary
Crombie, of Nottingham, and Lucie Helen Dalrymple-Hay (b. 1969),
youngest daughter of the late Sir James Brian Dalrymple- Hay, 6th
Baronet and of Sylvia, Lady Dalrymple-Hay, of Warnham, Sussex.

Peter Anthony Fane de Salis

Peter Anthony Fane de Salis, who died 6 January, 2007, at the age of 80, wasa scion of the LG family of Fane de Salis of Bourne House formerly of Portnall Park. He was b. 14 Oct 1926, son of Stephen Hercules Fane de Salis (1903-34), by his wife Georgina Dora Cassell; married 6 Sept 1961, Julia Elizabeth Beck, by whom he had issue, Henry, Stephen and Leopold. The funeral too place 19 January.

Leopold Frederyk Lloyd Baxendale

Kasia Baxendale, wife of Harry Baxendale, scion of the LG family of Framfield Place, gave birth to a son, Leopold Frederyk Lloyd, 21 January, 2007.

Eloise Gabriella Johnson-Ferguson

Emily Johnson-Ferguson (nee Elliot-Square) wife of Charles Patrick Johnson-Ferguson (b. 1972), gave birth to a daughter, Eloise Gabriella, at Sydney, Australia, 23 January, 2007, a sister for DaisyElizabeth, who was b. 17 Mar 2004, and for Olivia Anna, who was b. 12 Sept 2005.
Charles is the grandson of baronets paternally and maternally. His mother is a daughter of Sir Humphrey Sherston-Baker, 6th Baronet, and his father is a son of Sir Neil Johnson-Ferguson, 3rd Baronet.

Jonty Robert Christopher Scott

Louisa Gresley Wake Scott b. 1975 (nee Welby-Everard) wife of Tom R.G. Scott, and scion of the Welby Baronets (cr. 1801), gave birth to a son, Jonty Robert Christopher, 11 January, 2007, a brother for Rose Virginia, who was b. 17 May, 2005.
Tom R.G. Scott is the son of Mr and Mrs William Scott, of Meiklewood, Stirling, and Louisa Scott is a daughter of Colonel and Hugh Earle Welby-Everard, MBE (b. 1944), of Hurstbourne Tarrant, Andover, Hampshire, and the late Mrs Virginia Welby-Everard.

Blacker/McAndrew engagement

The engagement was annouced 29 January, 2007, between Edward P. Blacker, elder son of Mr Peter Blacker and Mrs Fenwick Scott, both of West Sussex, and the Hon. Diana Sarah McAndrew (b. 1978), elder daughter of the 3rd Baron McAndrew (b. 16 Feb 1945), and Sarah Baroness McAndrew.

Mellor/Elek engagement

The engagement was announced 24 January, 2007, between Julian C.M. Mellor, son of the late Brigadier James Frederick Charles Mellor, DSO, OBE, by his wife the former Ann Hatton (now Lady Heathcote, wife of Sir Gilbert Simon Heathcote, 9th Baronet, CBE), & Mrs Caroline Felicia Elek (b. 1953), daughter of the late Edward Dudley Delevingne (d. 1974), by his wife the former Hon Angela Margo Hamar Greenwood (b. 1912), daughter of the 1st Viscount Greenwood, PC, KC (1870-1948).

Nancy Constance Staveley (1914-2007)

Nancy Constance Staveley (nee Cail), who died 24 January, 2007, aged 92, was the widow of Capt.(William Arthur) Miles Staveley (1913-81), late the Green Howards, scion of that LG family, of North Stainley Hall, Ripon, and the mother of Robert, Veronica and the late Simon Staveley. She was b. 1914, daughter of H.I. Cail, of Elmfield Hall, Scorton, Yorks, and married Capt Staveley, 17 Sept, 1938. He died in 1981, aged 68. Mrs Staveley's granddaughter, Amanda, was sometime the inamorata of HRH The Duke of York.

Cosmo William Nicholas Stirling

Zoë Stirling (nee Heptonstall) wife since January, 2003, of Duncan William Angus Stirling, [b. 1963], only son of Sir Angus Stirling, Kt, [b. 1933], and Lady Stirling, [nee Schofield], gave birth to a 3rd son, Cosmo William Nicholas, 30 December, 2006, a brother for Angus and Orlando.
Duncan Stirling is a grandson paternally of Duncan Alexander Stirling, who married 1926, Lady Marjorie Hilda Murray, [b. 1904], daughter of the 8th Earl of Dunmore. Duncan's maternal grandfather, William George Broadbent Schofield, married 1933, the Hon. Armyne Margaret Astley, second daughter of the 21st Baron Hastings.

Julia Davina Butter

Agnieszka D. Butter (nee Szeluk), wife since Sept 2006, of Charles Harold Alexander Butter (b. 10 Apr 1960), gave birth to a daughter, Julia Davina, 20 Dec, 2006.
Charles is the only son of Sir David Henry Butter, KCVO, MC, JP (b. 18 March, 1920), of the landed family Butter of Pitlochry, and Lady Butter, CVO (nee Myra Alice Wernher), of Pitlochry, Perthshire/
Charles Butter is a brother of the Countess of Dalhousie, and a first cousin of the Duchesses of Abercorn & Westminster, and is a grandson maternally of Major-General Sir Harold Augustus Wernher, 3rd Bt, GCVO, by his wife Lady Zia Wernher, daughter of HIH Grand Duke Michael of Russia and his morganatic wife Countess de Torby, &c.

Geordie Giles Maclay

Flora X.H. Maclay, wife since Apr 2004, of Robert Michael Maclay (b. 1972), elder son of the Hon Angus Grenfell Maclay (b. 1945), (yr son of the late 2nd Baron Maclay), and his first wife, the late Hon (Elizabeth) Victoria Baillie (d. 1986) eld dau of the 3rd Baron Burton, gave birth to a son, Geordie Giles, 16 January, 2007, a sister for Eliza Rosamund, who was b. 5 December, 2005.
Flora Maclay is the elder dau of Mr & Mrs Giles Weaver.

Darling/Gwynder-Lewis engagement

The engagement took place 19 January, 2007, between the Hon (Robert) James Cyprian Darling (b. 1972), son and heir of the 3rd Baron Darling (b. 29 Apr 1944), of Intwood, Norfolk, by his wife, the former Janet Rachel Mallinson, & Suzanne C. Gwynder-Lewis, eldest dau of Mr & Mrs Timothy Gwynder-Lewis, of Caerleon, south Wales.


May Leveson-Gower, who died at the John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford, 14 Jan 2007, aged 86 was a scion (or by marriage?) of the Earls of Dukes of Sutherland (?). The funeral took place at Oxford, 25 Jan 2007.

penelope Brockman

Penelope Brockman, 3rd daughter of Vice-Admiral Sir Ronald Brockman, died in January, 2007. The mother of 2 sons, Caspar & Theo Gordon. The funeral ttok place at Golders Green Crematorium, 26 January, 2007.

Very Rev Dick Wingfield Digby

The Very Rev Richard Shuttleworth "Dick" Wingfield Digby, Dean of Peterborough, 1966-80, who was born 19 August, 1911; died 29 January, 2007, at the age of 95. Scion of the LG family of that name, he was renowned as the Dean of Peterborough Cathedral who restored the building and its community ...
Dick Wingfield Digby was an outstanding Dean of Peterborough who brought method and reliability to the life and administration of that great but fragile Midlands cathedral. He arrived to find much of the precincts in disrepair, the deanery unusable, the organ, heating and fabric needing attention and only 700 Friends (a neighbouring cathedral had 5,000). He restored the cathedral and created a happy and confident worshipping community. He knew the congregation personally, encouraged regular worshippers to play a part in financing the cathedral and sharing in the revised worship and liturgical changes.

Molly Weld

Maria Mercedes "Molly" Herbert Henrietta Weld (nee Scrope), who died 21January, 2007, at the age of 94 was a scion of the LG family of Scrope of Danby; b. 13 Sept, 1912, second daughter of Henry Aloysius Scrope (1862-1950), by his wife the former Maria Mercedes de Laski; married 15 Oct, 1940, Edric Humphrey Weld, scion of the LG family of Weld of Chideock, by whom she had issue. The Requiem Mass takes place at Our Lady & St Benedict's Church, Ampleforth on Tuesday 30 January ....

Lord Kelvedon

The Lord Kelvedon, who died 27 January, 2007, at the age of 71, was, as Paul Channon, Conservative MP for Southend West, 1959-1997; and successively Secretary of State for Trade & Industry 1986-87, and Secretary of State for Transport 1987-89, in the Administration of Margaret Thatcher. (Henry) Paul Guinness Channon, PC (1980), was b. 9 Oct 1935, a son of the diarist Sir HenryChannon, by his wife the former Lady Honor Guinness, scion of the Earls of Iveagh. Channon married in 1963, Ingrid Olivia Georgia Wyndham, svion of the Barons Egremont & Leconfield, by whom he had issue. On his retirement from the Commons he was raised to the peerage (for life) taking the title Baron Kelvedon, of Ongar in thr Co. of Essex.

General Sir David Mostyn

General Sir (Joseph) David Frederick Mostyn, who died 20 January, 2007, aged 78, was Adjutant-General from 1986 to 1988; as a young officer in the Green Jackets he played an important role in suppressing a rebellion in Brunei. In December 1962 an insurrection broke out in the British Protectorate of Brunei, and 1st Green Jackets (1GJ), based at Penang, Malaya, moved at short notice to Singapore and embarked in the cruiser, Tiger. The ship was designed to accommodate no more than 400 troops, and, as the last of the 619 men filed on board, the captain was heard to exclaim: "For God's sake, let's sail before we sink!" He was a scion of the Mostyn Baronets, b. 1928, son of Joseph Philip David Mostyn (1894-1929).

Peter Francis Askonas

Peter Francis Askonas, Vienese-born businessman and ethicist, and husband since 1981 of Countess Sylvia Des Fours, died at Epsom, Surrey, 8 Jan 2007. He was born 1 Nov 1919.

Sophia Naomi Hyde Parker

Sophia Naomi (Sophie) Hyde Parker, who died 22 January, 2007, at the age of 54, was a scion of the Parker Baronets (cr. 1681). She was b. 1952, daughter of Edmond Francis Hyde Parker (1912-66), by his wife the former Naomi Thomas; married 1970, Glynn Mark Alexander Gray-Read, by whom she had 2 children, Oliver & Julian.

Slane/Bolton engagement

The engagement was announced 26 January, 2007, between Alexander Burton Conyngham, styled Viscount Slane (b. 30 Jan 1975), elder son of the Earl of Mount Charles (b. 23 May 1951), of Slane Castle, Co Meath, and his former 1st wife, Juliet, Countess of Mount Charles, Fonthill Bishop, Wiltshire, and Carina Suzanne Bolton (b. 1976), elder daughter of the late Mr Nicholas George Bolton and the Hon Mrs Lavinia Valerie Bolton (nee Woodhouse) (b. 1943), Chelsea, London.
Alexander, Viscount Slane is the grandson and eventual heir of the 7th Marquess Conyngham, and Carina is a granddaughter maternally of the late 4th Lord Terrington (1915-2001).

Olivia Maria Theodora Mitchell

The Hon. Philippa Mary Loretta Mitchell (née Czernin), b. 1963, fourth daughter of Coun Franz Josef Czernin by his wife the (10th) Baroness Howard De Walden, & wife since 1998, of Alexander W.R. (Sandy)Mitchell, gave birth to a 3rd daughter, Olivia Maria Theodora, 23 January, 2007, a sister for Ottilie, who was b. 19 May 2000, and for Alexia Maria Jocelyn, who was b. 17 June 2002.