Frances Ellen Work
American socialite
Frances Ellen Work
Frances Ellen Work was an American heiress and socialite. She was a great-grandmother of Diana, Princess of Wales, and her great-great-grandchildren include the Duke of Cambridge, Prince Harry, and the American actor Oliver Platt.
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Famous avenue to feature in trust's funding survey - Bournemouth Echo
Google News - over 5 years
Notable avenues on National Trust land include more than 700 trees in the Beech Avenue at Kingston Lacy which were a gift from aristocrat William John Bankes to his mother Frances. Work is currently taking place to remove diseased and dying trees from
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Fil-Am anchor perks up mornings of NY-NJ viewers - Philippine Star
Google News - over 5 years
Frances' work was honored by the prestigious Emmy Award from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (New England chapter). In New York City, Frances will be paired with WPIX perky veteran Sukanya Krishnan, an Indian- American,
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Three artists at The Millers - Donside Today
Google News - over 5 years
Frances's work is inspired by unexpected observations like the abstract patterns of nature seen in tree bark and the colourful countryside at El Cerillo in Spain. Bern Ross loves the variable terrain and changeable weather in Scotland, which she says
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De dragul lui Kate, britanicii au scuturat arborele genealogic până au dat de ... - Evenimentul Zilei
Google News - almost 6 years
Lady Diana, de exemplu, mama lui William, prima soţie a Prinţului Charles, sa născut în familia Spencer, iar una dintre străbunicile ei, din partea mamei, era moştenitoarea Frances Work din New York. De asemenea, era şi descendenta Ducilor de
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Paid Notice: Deaths ANGEL, FRANCES H.
NYTimes - almost 16 years
ANGEL-Frances H. The National Board of the National Council of Jewish Women is deeply saddened by the loss of a distinguished leader and dear friend, Frances Hannah Levy Angel. Frances dedicated herself to improving the lives of women, children, and families here and in Israel, continuing the proud legacy started by her grandmother, NCJW founder,
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Frances Ellen Work
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 1947
    Age 89
    Died on January 26, 1947.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 1891
    Age 33
    Frances divorced Roche for desertion in 1891, before he had succeeded to the barony.
    More Details Hide Details Her lawyer was Thomas F. Bayard, former United States Secretary of State. On August 4, 1905, the Hon. Mrs. Burke Roche married Aurel de Batonyi, a Hungarian-born riding instructor and society horseman. When he had immigrated to the United States on the Majestic in 1891, Batonyi claimed he was a count. It was also suggested that his real name was Arthur Cohn. Frances sued de Batonyi for divorce two years after their marriage, allegedly because her father threatened to disinherit her if she continued to live with her husband. She was a prominent figure in the New York City and Newport, Rhode Island, social sets, and was friends with Mrs Reginald Vanderbilt. Her sister, Lucy Bond Work married Peter Cooper Hewitt, a son of New York City Mayor Abram Stevens Hewitt. She died in the city of her birth at the age of 89.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1880
    Age 22
    On September 22, 1880, at Christ Church, New York City, Frances Work married the Hon.
    More Details Hide Details James Boothby Burke Roche, who would later become the 3rd Baron Fermoy. They had four children: two daughters Cynthia Roche and Eileen, and twin sons Francis and Edmund. Edmund later became the 4th Baron Fermoy, and was the grandfather of Diana, Princess of Wales.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1857
    Born
    Born on October 27, 1857.
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