Noblewoman

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Caroline Charteris-Wemyss-Douglas

Title: 
Lady
Other names: 
Lady Caroline Charteris
Dates: 
12 January 1816 - 2nd September 1891

Caroline was born on 12th January 1816, and baptized on 27th February the same year at Aberlady, East Lothian, Scotland.

Her birth entry in the Old Parish Record for Aberlady on the page beginning Dec 1815 states 'Born 12th Jan.y, baptized 27th. Feb.y, Caroline, a Daughter to the Right Hon.ble Francis Charteris Earl of Wemyss, & Margaret Campbell Countess of Wemyss his Spouse – Witness, The Marquis of Douglas & Rev. Mr. Alison, Episcopal Chapel Edin.r'

Sources
CHARTERIS-WEMYS, CAROLINE (O.P.R. Births 702/00 0040 0143 ABERLADY)
Old Parish Records Pre 1855 Births and Baptisms, Scotland
Caroline Charteris-Wemyss-Douglas Female 1816 - 1891
Family Search Website: Community Trees
Caroline Charteris Wemyss 1816 - 1891
Geneology.links.org Website Baptismal year to be corrected to 1816 Entry for her sister: 10.Jane Charteris Wemyss(Douglas) 1811 - 1897 to be corrected and changed to 10.Jane Charteris Wemyss(Dunbar) 1811 - 1897
Sick Kids hospital: At the forefront of child medicine for last 150 years
Newspaper Article
The Queen's Drawing-Room
The Court Journal: Court Circular & Fashionable Gazette, Volume 7
St Peter’s, Vauxhall 26 February 2012
The Vauxhall Society Webiste
LHB5 ROYAL EDINBURGH HOSPITAL FOR SICK CHILDREN
Lothian Health Services Archive
Lord Wolseley on Cadet Corps. Wanganui Herald, Volume XXIII, Issue 6892, 28 August 1889, Page 2
Paperspast Website
Back to the Future. Bishop Tait and the Mission to London illustrated from the Fulham Papers. Friends of Lambeth Library - 19/07/07
The Diocese of London Website
Full text of 'Father Damien and Others'
Internet Archives Website
Ariston Organette (Erhlich Patent)
Richards Radios Website

Margaret, Lady Yester

Title: 
Lady Yester
Other names: 
Margaret Ker(r), Margaret Hay
Dates: 
born c1572, died 15 March 1647 aged 75

Her parents were Mark Ker(r), 1st Earl of Lothian (d. 1609) and Margaret Maxwell (daughter of John Maxwell, 6th Lord Herries of Terregles (d. 1631)).

Sources
Lady Yester's Kirk
Wikipedia page

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lady_Yester's_Kirk

Gazetteer of Scotland
Text and photograph of 19th century rebuilt Lady Yester Kirk, Infirmary Street
Edinburgh, 9 Infirmary Street, University of Edinburgh, Department of Works
Scotlands Places website
9 and 11 Infirmary Street
Historic Scotland Listed Building Report
David Black, Minister of Lady Yester's Church Edinburgh
Biographical Sketches pages 192 and 193 Kay's Originals Vol 2
Lady Yester Church
Edin Photo website http://edinphoto.org.uk Photo and text relating to Lady Yester Church
Memorials of Edinburgh in the Olden Time
Appendix page 429 and 430 Section titled Lady Yester's Church
Kerr, Mark (d.1609) (DNB00)
Wikisource website
Lord Herries of Terregles
Wikipedia Page

Marion Douglas

Title: 
Lady
Other names: 
Lady Drum
Dates: 
approx 1577- approx 1633.

Marion Douglas, daughter of the Earl of Buchan, married Alexander Irvine, Laird of Drum, around 1590. The Irvines of Drum were an influential family in Aberdeen. Alexander Irvine gave money to Aberdeen University and Marion Douglas funded Lady Drum's Hospital. The new mansion of Drum was built during their marriage, and Alexander Irvine and Marion Douglas' initials appear on one of the lintels. The couple had at least three children.

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