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in 1942 in Agusan del Norte, the son of a Chinese immigrant father and a Filipina mother who hailed from a landed family in Surigao.
Historians and other scholars from the UK and Australia present 16 essays that draw on landed family and estate papers from the UK and Ireland to examine the experiences of families in country houses during World War I.
His second wife came from a landed family, who owned Acklam Hall, and he built Grey Towers to reflect her status.
Dooley makes some interesting observations about the relationship between landlord and tenant at this point in time, arguing for the importance of economic as well as social foundations for the deferential attitude of the wider community to the landed family, something, he contends, was more widely felt and demonstrated than many nationalist historians have been prepared to admit.
LADY RACHEL HAZELWOODALICE KRIGE Charles' second wife was determined to marry into the landed family.
Krige second wife determined to marry the landed family.
LADY RACHEL HAZELWOOD ALICE KRIGE Charles' second wife was determined to marry into the landed family.
One in particular linked us with an Eton and Oxford educated military landed family.
It included a history of every monastery in England in three folio volumes; an account of every village and significant family in Warwickshire, Derbyshire, Cheshire and a host of other counties; a history of St Paul's Cathedral; studies of the draining of fenlands, the English legal system, and a detailed history of every landed family in the country since the Conquest.
Which maybe should not come as too great a shock for the Old Etonian comes from a wealthy and landed family and once took his nanny with him as he sought election as a Tory to the safe Labour seat of Central Fife, located in a former mining area in which few of the voters have domestic staff.
Assuming each landed family by now has about 1,000 members, this means 200,000 people control all agricultural property.
1) Catharine Anne Wilson's, Tenants in Time, does not specifically address the debate, but can be read as a contribution to it and related topics, changing land policies, a culture of tenants' rights, landed family "strategies" and nineteenth-century social mobility.