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Anne PALAIRET's brother: Anthony Michael PALAIRET (1920-1966)

Family of Julian Edward George ASQUITH and Anne Marie Celestine PALAIRET

Husband: Julian Edward George ASQUITH
Wife: Anne Marie Celestine PALAIRET (1916-1998)
Children: Raymond Benedict Bartholomew Michael ASQUITH
Mary Annunziata ASQUITH
Katherine Rose Celestine ASQUITH
Clare Herpetoa Frances ASQUITH

Husband: Julian Edward George ASQUITH

Name: Julian Edward George ASQUITH 1
Sex: Male
Father: -
Mother: -

Wife: Anne Marie Celestine PALAIRET

Name: Anne Marie Celestine PALAIRET 1
Sex: Female
Father: Charles Michael PALAIRET (1882-1956)
Mother: Mary de Vere STUDD (1895-1977)
Birth 14 Nov 1916 Paris, France
Death 19 Aug 1998 (age 81)

Child 1: Raymond Benedict Bartholomew Michael ASQUITH

Name: Raymond Benedict Bartholomew Michael ASQUITH 1
Sex: Male

Child 2: Mary Annunziata ASQUITH

Name: Mary Annunziata ASQUITH 1
Sex: Female

Child 3: Katherine Rose Celestine ASQUITH

Name: Katherine Rose Celestine ASQUITH 1
Sex: Female

Child 4: Clare Herpetoa Frances ASQUITH

Name: Clare Herpetoa Frances ASQUITH 1
Sex: Female

Note on Wife: Anne Marie Celestine PALAIRET - shared note

Note originally from David Man Family Tree gedcom [Jon Axtell]

Palairet's only daughter, Anne Mary Celestine Asquith, countess of Oxford and Asquith (1916?1998), was born on 14 November 1916 in Paris and educated in Bucharest, Paris, and elsewhere, and at St Anne's College, Oxford (1936?9), though she did not take her final examinations. During the Second World War she worked at Bletchley Park, then joined the WAAF and tracked German air raids. In 1945 she was posted to Palestine and narrowly escaped death when the King David Hotel in Jerusalem was blown up. She married on 28 August 1947 Julian Edward George Asquith, second earl of Oxford and Asquith (b. 1916), colonial official, the eldest son of Raymond Asquith (1878?1916); they had two sons and three daughters. She accompanied her husband on postings to Libya, Zanzibar, St Lucia, and finally the Seychelles, where Asquith was governor (1962?7), before they retired to the Manor House, Mells, Frome, Somerset. Lady Oxford was described by contemporaries as beautiful, intelligent, enthusiastic, and interested in the arts. She died on 19 August 1998 at Frome, Somerset, survived by her husband and their five children.

Sources

1"Gedcom - David Man Family Tree" (http://www.manfamily.org/).
Genealogy Forum. Web: http://www.genealogyforum.com/.