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Note for:   Henry Vincent Bayley,   1816 - 2 FEB 1873          Index
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SEE SIR HUGH ORANGE; TREE ;BOOKS ETC. FOR FAMILY & DESCENDAN TS. JOAN HOSEASON
LETTER MENTIONS HENRY BUTTERWORTH BAYLEY 1839-1839 BURRI ED IN PLOT NO. 342 IN
SOUTH PARK CEM. CALCUTTA - SON ??
HENRY:
THERE WAS A REV. HENRY VINCENT BAYLEY , LEFT œ1000 BY BROTH ER & LIVED AT
WESTON OR WISTON, HANTS IN 1835 (JOAN HOSEAS ON 2/2/1992 WHO ASKES WAS HE HIM?)

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Note for:   Sophia Ricketts Pattle,   19 MAR 1829 - 16 JUN 1911          Index
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SHE WAS OF PADDINGTON AT MAR.,SPINSTER, MINO R.
8 HEW WARREN DALRYMPLE #238 b. 21 APRIL 1848 AYR, BARGANY (B ERGARY?) d. JAN 1868 (nephew)
BURKE'S PEERAGE GIVES DEATH AS MARCH, 18 68
8 VIRGINEA JULIAN DALRYMPLE #239 b. 15 JUNE 1850 d. 18 APR IL 1922 (niece)
m. 12 SEPT 1878 FRANCES HENRY CHAMPNEYS #2
8 WALTER HAMILTON DALRYMPLE #240 b. 6 JAN 1854 d. 29 NOV 19 20 (nephew)
m. 7 NOV 1882 ALICE MARY CLIFFORD #242

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Note for:   John Warrender Dalrymple,   28 MAY 1824 - 28 DEC 1888          Index
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John Warrender DALRYMPLE (1824-1888), 7th Baronet, of North Berwick, the s on of John Dalrymple and Charlotte Dalrymple née WARRENDER, was born on Fr iday 28th May 1824 (Ref: North Berwick Register.). He married Sophia Patt le on Monday 7th June 1847 (Ref: Annual Register.), the marriage produci ng three children: Hew Warren (1848-1868), Virginia Julian (1850-1922) a nd Walter Hamilton (1854-1920). He died on Friday 28th December 1888 and w as buried at North Berwick, Lothian, Scotland.
Personal History:
He was in the Bengal Civil Service, and succeeded his brother H ew as seventh Baronet in 1887.

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Note for:   George William Francis Sackville Russell,   16 APR 1852 - 23 MAR 1893         Index
Occupation:   
     Place:   Duke of Bedford


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Note for:   Julia Margaret Pattle,   11 JUN 1815 - 26 JAN 1879          Index
Occupation:   
     Place:   Photographer

Individual note:   
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Born in Calcuta, India, on June 11th, 1815, she studied in Paris and th en moved to England. In 1838, she returns to India and marries Charles H ay Cameron.

She approaches photography at forty-eight and after some years she alrea dy has her works shown at the most important London galleries. She illustr ates Tennyson's "Idylls of the King" and "Annals of My Glass House". In 18 75 she returns to India and dies in Ceilon.

A collection of her photographies can be found at the "National Portrait G allery" in
London. The artist's high social level granted her with the friendsh ip of great personalities
of the art and literature Victorian world. Her always increasing fame allo wed her to portray the most important personalities of that time, althou gh she has taken pictures of
her own family and her servants, as well.

She didn't have much concern with the technical aspects of photography (s he has even
been accused of not knowing how to focus her images), but she took extre me care on the esthetical and psichological views of her subjects.

Her portraits have the indoubtless trend of the romantic pictorial stre am of the moment,the so-called Pre-Raphaellite Era. A tipical example is " Alice Liddell"'s portrait, called "Alethea " and "Kiss of Peace". Her phot os "Composition", 1865, and "Mrs. Herbert Duckworth", 1867, are world wi de famous.

Also raised £10,000 for famine relief in Ireland

Julia Margaret Cameron, now recognized as one of the greatest photographe rs of the 19th-century was born in Calcutta in 1815. She was educated in E ngland and France, returning to India at the age of 23 to marry Charles H ay Cameron. “It was in Calcutta that she first established herself as a so ciety hostess–despite her inbred hatred of stuffiness and convention.” S he was short, dark-haired, olive-skinned with a prominent wart on her fa ce and "the oddity of her appearance was enhanced by the way in which s he would festoon herself with brightly coloured shawls and drapery.” On Ch arles´ retirement they returned to England where Julia became part of t he artistic community based around Little Holland House. After visiting Te nnyson at his home on the Isle of Wight she bought two nearby fishermen 's cottages, joined them together, named the house Dimbola after the fami ly estates in Ceylon and established “a literary and artistic salon, hosti ng social events for Tennyson and his guests and herself bringing the Litt le Holland House set to this remote Island village.” A chance gift of a ca mera in 1863 led to Julia's new hobby, which soon became an obsession. S he photographed penetrating and unconventional portraits and many set tabl eaux using friends, village-people, and passers-by as models. At the heig ht of her fame as a pho- tographer she returned to Ceylon, where she di ed four years later in 1879, an “eccentric, generous, determined, aggravat ing, inspiring genius