Lord Cavendish
Lord Cavendish
Lord Charles Arthur Francis Cavendish was the second son of Victor Cavendish, 9th Duke of Devonshire and his wife Lady Evelyn Emily Mary Petty-FitzMaurice. He was educated at St Cyprian's School, Eastbourne, Eton and Cambridge University. He joined the Royal Tank Regiment where he became a lieutenant. In 1932 he married Adele Astaire, sister of Fred Astaire at the family seat Chatsworth House, Derbyshire.
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North West Evening Mail - NW Evening Mail
Google News - over 5 years
Lord Cavendish said: “There has been a great atmosphere. We want to attract all and sundry and make everyone feel welcome.” Speaking of Thursday's charity event, Lord Cavendish said: “One of the reasons we exist is to support the local economy and
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Cartmel gearing up for charity weekend - Lancashire Evening Post
Google News - over 5 years
Hosted by chairman Lord Cavendish and the Racecourse Directors, the dinner is a fun opportunity for everyone who enjoys racing at Cartmel to join owners, trainers and jockeys in letting their hair down. There are a few tickets left at £75 each or £700
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In pictures - BBC News
Google News - over 5 years
Lord Cavendish commissioned his architect, Samuel Ware, to design a covered promenade of shops, unofficially to stop ruffians from throwing quantities of rubbish, in particular oyster shells, onto his property. The arcade still employs traditional
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BURLINGTON HELPS RESURRECT LOCAL CHURCH LYCHGATE - CisionWire (press release)
Google News - over 5 years
This project also benefited from a further contribution that Lord Cavendish made from his private charitable fund, a move which saw the Cavendish family continue their association with the hall having donated funds when the original structure was first
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Libros, el mejor regalo para el Día del Amigo - MDZol
Google News - over 5 years
Lord Cavendish exhibe a Manuela, su mujer mapuche, como una rareza recogida en sus exóticos viajes, mientras ella vive desgarrada entre dos mundos. Ya de regreso en su helada Alemania, Ulrich Schmidl no logra olvidar a una bailarina de la corte de los
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Hospice's gift shop to raise vital funds - NW Evening Mail
Google News - over 5 years
Lord Cavendish was guest of honour at the opening ceremony on Tuesday, which coincided with a volunteer open evening to recruit more volunteers to help out at St Mary's. Sue McGraw, hospice director, said: “The shop is a wonderful new addition to our
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Blooming good time at a sunny garden festival - NW Evening Mail
Google News - over 5 years
Lord Cavendish was as pleased as ever with the start to the three-day festival. Lord Cavendish said: “We've got about 15 to 20 new exhibitors this year. “The horticultural trade has had a very bad winter and of course we're in a recession
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Win VIP tickets to hobnob with celebrities at Holker - NW Evening Mail
Google News - almost 6 years
Lord Cavendish said: “This event is now in its 19th year and we are always delighted that many of our visitors choose to return year after year. The Festival is a real collaborative effort and we are very proud of the revenue it generates for a wide
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Lords Oral Answer - DeHavilland (press release) (subscription)
Google News - almost 6 years
Lord Cavendish of Furness: My Lords, can my noble friend tell me the key benefits of framework implementation? Baroness Rawlings: The key benefits to consumers with the revised framework include the strengthening of consumer protection through new
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It takes a lot to get the wind up Sir David - Yorkshire Post (press release)
Google News - almost 6 years
On another memorable occasion, he climbed into the gondola beneath one of two balloons, the other containing the late, great Brian Redhead, then President of Cumbria Wildlife Trust, and Lord Cavendish, the idea being to mark the sealing of a lease of
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In pictures: Cumbria celebrates royal wedding - BBC News
Google News - almost 6 years
Lord Cavendish said the wedding was an "elegant and unifying" event. Residents in Birkfield Road, Windermere, prepare for the celebrations by putting up a flag. Judith Derbyshire sent in this photograph of the street party in Stainton, near Penrith,
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Racing: The Harrier ready - Otago Daily Times
Google News - almost 6 years
Blast Out, Thargomindah, Crystal Habit, Italian Piccolo (race 1), Lord Cavendish (race 3) and Noble Court (race 6) are other winners from the Rangiora trials engaged today. Zeddane, who won an open 1400m at the Marlborough meeting 12 months ago,
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Reinventing the Power of Gossip
NYTimes - almost 20 years
Growing up in the little Irish town of Lismore in County Waterford, Pat O'Connor, the director of ''Inventing the Abbotts,'' a movie about small-town life in Illinois, learned a thing or two about the mesmerizing power of gossip. ''There's a great friendliness, a peculiar kind of scrutiny,'' Mr. O'Connor said of life in a small community. ''People
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FRED ASTAIRE, THE ULTIMATE DANCER, DIES
NYTimes - over 29 years
LEAD: Fred Astaire, whose flashing feet and limber legs not only made him America's most popular dancer but also set standards for motion picture musical comedies that have rarely been met and never exceeded, died of pneumonia yesterday at Century City Hospital in Los Angeles. He was 88 years old. Fred Astaire, whose flashing feet and limber legs
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ADELE ASTAIRE, DANCER-COMEDIAN, DIES
NYTimes - about 36 years
Adele Marie Astaire, the pixieish dancer who captivated audiences in New York and London in many musical comedies of the 1920's with her brother and dance partner, Fred, died yesterday in Phoenix at the age of 83. Members of the family said she had suffered a stroke on Jan. 6 and never recovered consciousness. Miss Astaire had been beset by illness
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    THIRTIES
  • 1944
    Age 38
    Died in 1944.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1932
    Age 26
    In 1932 he married the dancer Adele Astaire (1896–1981), a star of Broadway theatre and the London stage, and sister of Fred Astaire, at his family seat of Chatsworth House in Derbyshire.
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  • 1927
    Age 21
    He had met Adele in London in 1927, and courted her when he worked for the bank J.P. Morgan & Co. in New York City.
    More Details Hide Details Adele proposed to Lord Charles at the 21 Club in Manhattan. Their children – a daughter born in 1933 and twin sons born in 1937 – lived only for a few hours. The couple lived at Lismore Castle in County Waterford, Ireland, which had been given to them as a wedding present by Lord Charles's father, the 9th Duke of Devonshire. A clause in Lord Charles's will stipulated that Lismore Castle was to go to his nephew, Lord Andrew Cavendish, if Adele remarried, which she did in 1947, to Kingman Douglass. Cavendish died at Lismore Castle aged 38 of long term acute alcoholism, and was buried at Lismore Cathedral.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1905
    Born
    Born in 1905.
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