Robert Fellowes
English cricketer
Robert Fellowes
For the actor Julian Fellowes, Baron Fellowes of West Stafford, see that article. The Baron Fellowes Private Secretary to the Sovereign In office1990–1999 Monarch Elizabeth II Preceded by The Rt. Hon. Sir William Heseltine Succeeded by The Rt. Hon.
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Letter: ‘Farewell to the quiet man who worked so hard’
Newmarket Journal - almost 5 years
ROBERT Fellowes might have been a quiet man, but he was a tireless worker, mostly behind the scenes, for a number of local charities. The Astley Institute was one of them.
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Memorial service for former agent
Newmarket Journal - almost 5 years
A MEMORIAL service for Robert Fellowes, who was Jockey Club agent in Newmarket for nearly 30 years and died suddenly at his home in Bury Road on Thursday, will be held at Newmarket’s St Mary’s Church tomorrow at 3pm. Mr Fellowes, who was 80, took over as agent responsible for the maintenance of Newmarket’s racehorse training grounds in 1964, a role he was to hold for 27 years, retiring in 1992 when he handed over to Peter Amos. During his tenure he was instrumental in making some sweeping changes to the facilities provided and how the heath was run. The Heath Committee, which provided a link between the town’s trainers and the Jockey Club, was formed. Trainer Sir Mark Prescott was its first chairman and he remembered: “The real change came about when Robert was appointed. He was an extremely forward-looking manager. He brought on side all the people who lived in Newmarket but had no wish to have anything to do with racing. In addition, he was the first person in Newmarket to expe ...
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Former Newmarket Jockey Club agent dies
Newmarket Journal - almost 5 years
ROBERT Fellowes, who was Jockey Club agent in Newmarket for nearly 30 years, died suddenly at his home in Bury Road yesterday. He was 80.
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Dear Abbey
NYTimes - over 5 years
Pulling into the driveway of Julian Fellowes's manor house in Dorset, in the west country of England, with its 50 acres of grass rippling and trees swaying, as if a director had just called ''Action!'' to the scenery (indeed, one massive tree was featured in the film ''Emma,'' starring Gwyneth Paltrow), I recalled the advice Fellowes once said his
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When Julian Fellowes' home turned into Dachshund Abbey for the day - The Independent
Google News - over 5 years
Baron Fellowes of West Stafford, the actor, scriptwriter and Tory peer better known as Julian Fellowes is, with his wife Emma, something of a dachshund enthusiast. So much so that yesterday he allowed the grounds of his country home
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Julian Fellowes: Lord and master of Toff Television - Telegraph.co.uk
Google News - over 5 years
Fellowes took up his seat as Baron Fellowes of West Stafford earlier this year, sitting, needless to say on the Tory benches, which is for the best as his wistful evocations of the Empire and an age when Great Britain truly was Great, might not play so
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The country house and the English novel - The Guardian
Google News - over 5 years
If it's inside knowledge we're after, we'd do better to read Snobs by Julian Fellowes (aka Baron Fellowes of West Stafford, author of Downton Abbey), or pay a visit to a National Trust or English Heritage property, or tune in to Dan Cruickshank's
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The rise of Downton - Sydney Morning Herald
Google News - almost 6 years
His full name is Julian Alexander Kitchener-Fellowes, Baron Fellowes of West Stafford, and his wife Emma is a Knight of the Royal Victorian Order, the great-great-niece of the first Earl Kitchener and a lady-in-waiting to Princess Michael of Kent
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Julian Fellowes peers into the past - New Zealand Herald
Google News - almost 6 years
Since the New Year, the creator and writer of the hit television show Downton Abbey has been Baron Fellowes of West Stafford in the County of Dorset - though you may address him simply as Lord Fellowes. When he married Emma Joy Kitchener (the
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'Mary Poppins' breezes in to Seattle - The Seattle Times
Google News - almost 6 years
He is an English aristocrat (Baron Fellowes of West Stafford), a Cambridge University graduate, a member of Great Britain's House of Lords. His father was diplomat Peregrine Fellowes and his mother was the former Lady Maureen Noel
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Seating plan for Westminster Abbey confirmed
Official Royal Wedding 2011 - almost 6 years
The Westminster Abbey Seating Plan has been confirmed. North Lantern Miss Middleton's immediate family and friends Prince William and Miss Middleton's friends  The Spencer Family South Lantern The British Royal Family Members of Foreign Royal Families North Transept Prince William and Miss Middleton's friends South Transept Governors General Members of the Diplomatic Corps Middleton Family friends Stalls North Representatives of the Church and other Faiths Prince William and Miss Middleton's Friends Stall South Members of the Cabinet· Prince William and Miss Middleton's Friends North Nave Guests of the Prince of Wales Members of the General Congregation South Nave Representatives of the Church and other Faiths Members of the General Congregation The following Members of the Royal Family will be seated on the front row (South Lantern), in order starting closest to the Sacrarium: The Queen The Duke of Edinburgh The Prince of Wales The Duchess of Cornwall Prince Harry. The fo ...
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    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 2016
    Age 74
    He remains the Secretary and Registrar of the Order of Merit as of 19 July 2016.
    More Details Hide Details 1. The Honourable Laura Jane Fellowes b. 19 July 1980. 2. The Honourable Alexander Robert Fellowes b. 23 March 1983, became a fourth year Classicist at Trinity College, Oxford, was educated at Eton College like his father, maternal uncle and his royal cousins. He became President of the Claret Club, an Old Etonian Society. He made news for arranging and attending a Bullingdon Club dinner at which 17 bottles of wine, crockery and a window were smashed at the 15th Century White Hart pub in Fyfield, Oxfordshire.The local magistrate described Fellowes' behaviour as "outrageous and unacceptable". Four of their members were arrested. 3. The Honourable Eleanor Ruth Fellowes b. 20 Aug 1985. Notes 1. When Lord Fellowes left Royal service, Lady Fellowes and he had to move from their grace and favour house in Kensington Palace, and so moved to west Norfolk.
  • FIFTIES
  • 2001
    Age 59
    He became Chair of the Prison Reform Trust in 2001.
    More Details Hide Details Besides his life peerage, Lord Fellowes has received the following honours: He was made a Privy Counsellor (PC) in 1990.
  • 1999
    Age 57
    Lord Fellowes was introduced to the House of Lords and took his seat formally on 26 October 1999.
    More Details Hide Details According to reports from the House of Lords, Lord Fellowes remains technically a member of the Royal Household. After retirement from the Royal Household, Lord Fellowes became Vice-Chairman, and then Chairman, of Barclays Private Banking. He is also a company director, and a trustee of the Rhodes Trust, the Mandela Rhodes Foundation and the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust. He is also Vice-Chairman of the Commonwealth Institute. He was Chairman of The Voices Foundation from 2004 until 2012.
    He was created a life peer on 12 July 1999 taking the title Baron Fellowes, of Shotesham in the County of Norfolk in the Queen's Birthday Honours List.
    More Details Hide Details He sits as a crossbench peer.
    Fellowes left his position in February 1999 to return to private banking, his retirement having been announced implicitly on 1 June 1998 when his successor Robin Janvrin was named.
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  • FORTIES
  • 1986
    Age 44
    He spent the next 20 years in the Private Secretary's Office, becoming Deputy in 1986, and Private Secretary in 1990.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 1978
    Age 36
    Fellowes married Lady Jane Spencer, elder sister of Diana, Princess of Wales on 20 April 1978 at Westminster Abbey, when he was an Assistant Private Secretary to the Queen.
    More Details Hide Details The then-Lady Diana Spencer was a bridesmaid. They have three children, Laura Jane Fellowes, (born 19 July 1980), Alexander Robert Fellowes, (born 23 March 1983), and Eleanor Ruth Fellowes (born 20 August 1985). As well as being brother-in-law of Diana, Princess of Wales, he is also first cousin once removed of Sarah, Duchess of York through his mother, Jane.
  • 1977
    Age 35
    In 1977 Fellowes was recruited to join the Royal Household as Assistant Private Secretary.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1968
    Age 26
    He was a managing director from 1968.
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  • 1963
    Age 21
    After completion of service in 1963 he entered the banking industry, working for Allen Harvey and Ross Ltd, discount brokers and bankers, 1964 - 77.
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  • TEENAGE
  • 1960
    Age 18
    Fellowes was educated at Eton College and joined the Scots Guards in 1960 on a short service commission.
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  • 1959
    Age 17
    Fellowes played cricket for Norfolk in the 1959 Minor Counties Championship, making one appearance each against Buckinghamshire and the Nottinghamshire Second XI.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1941
    Born
    Born on December 11, 1941.
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