110 THOMAS PHILIP LE FANU CB of Abington, Bray, Co Wicklow. Commissioner of Public Works in Ireland 1913-26. Vice-Pres R Irish Academy 1918-20 and 1925-30. Pres R Soc of Antiquaries of Ireland 1933-36. Author of Memoir of Le Fanu Family and of numerous articles on Irish historical and antiquarian subjects (see under Works). B 9 Dec 1858, educ Haileybury and Trinity Coll, Cambridge, m 3 July 1890 Florence Sophia Mabel, dau of Rev James Sullivan, Rector of Askeaton, Co Limerick and d 21 Oct 1945.
115 BRINSLEY RANKINE LE FANU of Sandymount, Co Dublin and Sidney Parade, Dublin. Partner in firm of civil engineering contractors, builders of railways in W of Ireland and of waterworks in England and Ireland. Later with Office of Public Works. B 10 Aug 1862, educ Haileybury and Trinity Coll, Dublin (B Eng), m 15 Apr 1902 Margaret (Meta), dau of John Dudgeon of Crakaig Loth, Sutherland and d 5 Feb 1945.
121 HUGH BARRINGTON LE FANU of Killiney, Co Dublin. Capt RN (ret’d 1913). OC Coast Guard SE Ireland, recalled to RN in WWI as Harbour Master, Dunkirk 1915-18. B 11 Nov 1872, educ HMS Britannia RNC Dartmouth, m 23 Dec 1908 Georgina Harriott (D’Or), dau of William Anthony Kingscote of Kingscote, Glos and d May 1929.
126 LUCIE CATHERINE CHRISTIE (née LE FANU). B 9 Feb 1901, educ The French School, Bray, Co Wicklow and Alexandra Coll, Dublin. M 8 Apr 1933 John Traill Christie, son of Charles Henry Christie DL JP and Margery Palmer of Ongar Essex. Two daughters. President of the Huguenot Soc of London (1968-70). Author of short stories and one-time contributor to Time and Tide. D 6 April 1996.
126a JOHN TRAILL CHRISTIE. Principal of Jesus Coll, Oxford 1950-67 (Hon Fellow 1967). Sixth Form Master, Rugby Sch 1922-28. Fellow and Tutor, Magdalen Coll, Oxford 1928-31, Headmaster of Repton Sch 1932-37 and of Westminster Sch 1937-49. B 19 Oct 1899, m Lucie Le Fanu 8 Apr 1933 and d 1 Sept 1980.
127 WILLIAM RICHARD LE FANU FSA Hon FLA. Librarian of R Coll of Surgeons of England 1929-68. Vicary Lecturer at the College 1951. Visiting Librarian, Osler Library, McGill Univ, Montreal 1963 and R Coll of Physicians of Ireland, Dublin 1976. Author:
B 9 July 1904m educ Eton (King’s Scholar 1918-23) and King’s Coll, Cambridge (Senior Foundation Scholar; 1st Class in Classical Tripos, BA 1926, MA 1930. M 23 Aug 1930 Elizabeth Violet, dau of Gerald Maconchy and Violet Poë of Howth, Co Dublin. D 1 April 1995.
127a ELIZABETH VIOLET MACONCHY (Dame) DBE (1987) CBE (1977) FRCM Hon RAM. Hon Fellow of St Hilda’s Coll, Oxford. Composer. Pupil of Vaughan Williams, travelled with Octavia scholarship 1929-30. First public performance: Piano Concerto with Prague Philharmonic Orchestra 1930. Henry Wood introduced The Land at 1930 Proms. Works performed at three Festivals of Contemporary Music (Prague 1935, Paris 1939, Copenhagen 1947). Chairman, Composers’ Guild of Great Britain 1960; Soc for Promotion of New Music (Pres 1977- ). Largest output in chamber music and also numerous compositions for orchestra, vocal, choral, solo works and opera (see Elizabeth Maconchy: An Appreciation). B 19 Mar 1907, educ privately and R Coll of Music (Blumenthal Scholarship, Sullivan Prize, etc.), m William Le Fanu 23 Aug 1930. Two daughters. D 16 November 1994.
128 RICHARD BRINSLEY SHERIDAN LE FANU of Killiney, Co Dublin. Partner Le Fanu and Elkin, Donnybrook, Motor Engineers. Successful racing driver. B 2 May 1905, educ Haileybury and R Coll of Science, Ireland, m 23 June 1931 Dorothy, dau of Robert and Agnes Lindsay Duncan of Edinburgh and d 14 Nov 1964.
129 JOHN LEWEN LE FANU. CA (Edinburgh) (1932). Served as F/Lt RAVR in WWII. Sales Director, Ind, Coope and Allsop, Burton-on-Trent; Chairman Skol Lager Ltd; Director, Guinness Group Sales Ltd, Dublin (retd). B 17 July 1906, educ Haileybury and Clare Coll, Cambridge (BA 1928), m 21 Apr 1937 Margery Caroline, dau of Cecil Brew MD of Bray, Co Wicklow.
129a MARGERY CAROLINE BREW. B 12 Sept 1910, educ The French School, Bray, Co Wicklow and La Cosita, Lausanne, m Lewen Le Fanu 21 April 1937. Two daughters.
138 MICHAEL LE FANU (Admiral Sir) GCB (1968) (KCB 1963 CB 1960) DSC (1941). Served in WWII (dispatches twice), commanded 3rd Trg Squadron 1951-52, HMS Ganges 1955-56, HMS Eagle 1957-58. Third Sea Lord and Controller of Navy 1961-65, C-in-C Middle East 1965-67, Chief of Naval Staff and First Sea Lord 1968-70. B 2 Aug 1913, educ Bedford Sch and RNC Dartmouth, m 18 Dec 1940 Prudence, dau of Adml Sir Vaughan Morgan KBE CB MVO of Soberton Hants and d 28 Nov 1970.
For further details, see Richard Baker’s admirable biography Dry Ginger (W H Allen, London 1977).
139 ANTHONY LE FANU. B 11 Aug 1918, educ Bedford Sch, m 28 Dec 1940 Margaret Elizabeth, dau of John Harold and Dora Joyce of Woodfield, Renhold, Beds. Served in WWII as Sgt in Beds and Herts Regt, killed in action in Italy at Anzio on 3 Mar 1944 and buried at Cassino.
139a MARGARET ELIZABETH MARKHAM (née JOYCE). B 31 Mar 1918, m Anthony Le Fanu 28 Dec 1940. Two sons. M 2ndly Leonard Markham, son of Thomas and Clara Markham of Copley, Beds. One daughter, two sons. D 6 June 1990.
250 CATHERINE ELEANOR PORTEOUS (née CHRISTIE), CBE. Research Asst to Kenneth Clark (Lord Clark) on Civilisation. Chairwoman, Nat Council for One-Parent Families. Trustee – National Heritage Memorial Fund and The Heritage Lottery Fund. Trustee – Fitzwilliam Museum Trust. Trustee – Gainsborough’s House Museum. Trustee – Strawberry Hill Trust. B 27 Jan 1935, educ. St Mary’s School, Calne, Wilts, m 16 June 1956 John Porteous, son of Charles and Mary Porteous of Canterbury. CBE (2000) One son, two daughters.
251 JOHN PORTEOUS (Robin). Senior Bursar and Fellow of Gonville and Caius Coll, Cambridge (1987-2001). Formerly Member of London Stock Exchange. Fellow of the Soc of Antiquaries and of Royal Numismatic Soc. Member R Mint Advisory Cttee. Partner Pember and Boyle, London Stock Exchange (1966-68). B 29 July 1934, educ Westminster Sch (King’s Scholar) and Christ Church, Oxford (Exhibitioner), m Catherine Christie 16 Jan 1956.
252 JANE SOPHIA DARWIN (née CHRISTIE). Tutor in English Literature privately and at Westminster Tutors, London, Co- Principal Westminster Independent Sixth Form College.B 23 Jan 1936, educ Francis Holland Sch, St Mary’s Sch, Calne and Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford (Exhibitioner – BA 1957 MA 1960 B Litt 1963). M 5 July 1958 Henry Galton Darwin, son of Sir Charles and Lady Darwin of Newnham Grange, Cambridge. Three daughters.
253 HENRY GALTON DARWIN. Called to the Bar, Lincoln’s Inn 1953. Asst Legal Adviser, Foreign Office (1954-60 and 1963-67), Legal Adviser HM Embassy, Bonn (1960-63), Legal Counsel for UK Mission to UN (1967-70), Legal Counsellor FCO (1970-73), DG Council Secretariat EEC Brussels (1973-76). Dep Legal Adviser FCO (1976-84), Second Legal Adviser FCO (1984-89). See under Works. B 6 Nov 1929, educ Marlborough Coll and Trinity Coll, Cambridge (Scholar – BA 1952 MA 1957), m Jane Christie 5 July 1958.
254 ELIZABETH ANNA DUNLOP (née LE FANU). Teacher of Maths at Norwich Sch (1976-). B 24 Oct 1939, educ St Mary’s Calne, Wilts, St Hilda’s Coll, Oxford (MA) and Keswick Coll of Education (PGCE), m 1 Sept 1962 Francis Ninian Dunlop, son of The Very Rev Colin Dunlop, Dean of Lincoln. One son, one daughter.
255 FRANCIS NINIAN DUNLOP (Dr). Philosopher. Teacher (of philosophy of education) in various schools and institutes of further education in UK and Germany (see under Works). B 5 Oct 1937, educ Denstone Coll and New College, Oxford (MA – Classics and Theology 1962), London Univ (MA 1968 and Ph.D. 1973), m Anna Le Fanu 1 Sept 1962. D 12 Sept 2017.
256 NICOLA FRANCES LE FANU (Mrs David Lumsdaine) (Dr). Composer. Professor Music University of York. Emeritus Professor Music, King’s Coll London. D.Mus. London Univ 1988. B 28 Apr 1947, educ St Mary’s Sch Calne, St Hilda’s Coll, Oxford (BA Hons 1968 MA 1972); R Coll of Music Cobbett Prize for Chamber Music 1968; BBC Composers’ Competition 1st Prize 1971; Mendelssohn Scholarship 1972; Harkness Fellowship for Composition study, Harvard 1973-74. Dir of Music, St Paul’s Girls’ Sch; Composer in Residence (jtly with David Lumsdaine), NSW Conservatorium of Music, Sydney 1979. Numerous compositions for orchestra, chamber ensemble, vocal, choral, solo works and opera. Dawnpath, (New Opera Company, London, 1977), The Story of Mary O’Neill, a radio opera, libretto Sally McInerney, (BBC, 1978), The Green Children, a children’s opera, libretto Kevin Crossley-Holland, (Kings Lynn Festival, 1990), Blood Wedding, libretto Deborah Levy (WPT, London 1992), The Wildman, libretto Crossley-Holland, (Aldeburgh Festival, 1955) and Light Passing, libretto John Edmonds, (BBC/NCEM, York, 2004), Dream Hunter, libretto John Fuller, (Lontano, Wales 2011/London 2012), Tokaido Road, libretto Nancy Gaffield, (Cheltenham Festival, 2014). BBC Radio 3 ‘Composer of the Week’ (2017) with premieres of five new works, including ‘The Crimson Bird’ for soprano and orchestra. In 2018 the cantata ‘St Hilda of Whitby’ premiered in Oxford in celebration of the 125th anniversary of St Hilda’s College. B 28 Apr 1947, m 16 Mar 1979 David Newton Lumsdaine, son of Paul and Marjorie Lumsdaine of Chatswood NSW. One son. (www.nicolalefanu.com).
257 DAVID NEWTON LUMSDAINE (Dr). Composer. Senior Lecturer in Music, King’s Coll London (1981-) and previously at Durham Univ (1971-81). D.Mus (Dunelm 1981). Numerous appointments in Australia (e.g. visiting Professor, Univ of Adelaide 1961). Numerous compositions for orchestra, instrumental ensemble, vocal and choral, piano, also electro-acoustic (see brochure and under Works). B 31 Oct 1931, m Nicola Le Fanu 16 Mar 1979. (www.davidlumsdaine.org.uk)
258 ADRIENNE STUART (née LE FANU). B 20 Oct 1933, educ Park House Sch Dublin and Roedean Sch, m 15 Oct 1955 Herbert James Stuart, son of Joseph and Martha Stuart of Longford, Ireland. One daughter, two sons. D. 2 Aug 2017.
259 HERBERT JAMES STUART (Rev Canon) CB (1983). Chaplain-in-Chief RAF (1980-83), Queen’s Hon Chaplain (1979-83). Canon (Canon Emeritus since 1983) of Lincoln Cathedral (1980-83). Curate Asst, Ch of Ireland and 1949-55; Chaplain RAF 1955-83; Asst Chaplain-in-Chief 1973-80; Rector, Longworth, Oxon 1983-87. B 16 Nov 1926, educ Wilson’s Hospital, Mountjoy Sch and Trinity Coll Dublin (BA 1948, MA 1955), m Adrienne Le Fanu 15 Oct 1955.
260 CLARE MARGARET FISHER (née LE FANU). Various teaching posts in UK and Kenya (1962-69), teacher at Bilton Grange Preparatory School 1969-92. B 8 Dec 1939, educ St Mary’s Sch Calne, House of citizenship, Neuchâtel Univ (1958-60), Diploma) and Kesteven Trng Coll (1960-62 – Cert Ed), m 17 May 1969 Richard Temple Fisher, son of the Most Rev Archbishop Fisher of Lambeth PC GCVO and Lady Rosamund Fisher. One son, one daughter.
261 RICHARD TEMPLE FISHER. Headmaster of Bilton Grange Preparatory School. Member of IAPS (Chairman 1987). Nat Service (comm’d in 16th/5th Lancers, later Major TA General List). Asst Master, Repton Sch 1953-69. B 26 Jan 1930. Educ. King’s College, Cambridge (Choral Scholar, MA 1956), m Clare Le Fanu 17 May 1969. D 15 Mar 2012.
262 JULIET ELIZABETH NOWLAN (née LE FANU). Career in hospital management, Royal Free, London and Menoton Hospital, New Brunswick. B 20 Dec 1944, educ St Mary’s Calne and Trinity Coll Dublin (BA 1967), m 23 Oct 1976 William James Nowlan. One daughter, one son.
263 WILLIAM JAMES NOWLAN. Engineer. Instructor in Computer Technology, New Brunswick Community Coll since 1983 (previously 20 years with New Brunswick Telephone Co). B 14 June 1938, educ Univ of New Brunswick (B.Sc. and M.Sc. Electrical Engineering), m Juliet Le Fanu 20 Oct 1976.
264 MARK LE FANU, OBE. Gen Secretary, Society of Authors 1982-2011. Served Royal Navy 1964-73. Admitted Solicitor 1976. McKenna & Co 1973-78.. B 14 Nov 1946, educ. Winchester and Sussex Univ (BA 1969), OBE (1994), m 25 Sept 1976 Lucy Cowen, dau of John and Rhoda Cowen of Bisley, Glos.
265 LUCY LE FANU (née COWEN). b 16 Mar 1947, educ Cranborne Chase and St Andrew’s Univ (MA 1970 – Philosophy). Open Univ Tutor 1970-75. Housing Officer with Westminster, Brent and MIND. Flute teacher. General Manager, Chairwoman and Patron of W11 Children’s Opera for Young People. M Mark Le Fanu 25 Sept 1976. Three sons, one daughter.
266 VICTORIA WETHERED (née LE FANU). B 9 Oct 1948, educ Putney High School, Beechlawn 6th Form Coll and Homerton Coll, Cambridge (Cert Ed 1971). Teacher 1971-77. Publisher (editorial side) 1978-81, freelance editor 1981-89.Practising Psychotherapist 1997-. M 9 Sept 1978 Simon Wethered, son of Dr Rodney and Sarah Wethered of Stonehouse, Glos. One daughter, two sons.
267 SIMON WETHERED. Retired City Solicitor, Charity Commissioner 2007-2103. Member of Law Society. Licensed Lay Minister. B 1 Mar 1945, educ Clifton Coll and Worcester Coll, Oxford (BA Hons 1967 – Jurisprudence), m Victoria Le Fanu 9 Sept 1978.
268 HUGH LE FANU. Environmental Engineer 1995- Previously lorry driver and social worker and plumber. B 23 July 1951, educ Winchester and St Andrew’s Univ (MA 1974), South Bank University (B Eng Engineering 1994) and Anglia University, m 4 Aug 1990 Kathleen Maria Despicht, dau of the late Nigel Stanley Despicht, formerly of Ullapool and Ida Maria Despicht of London.
268a KATHLEEN MARIA LE FANU (née DESPICHT) (Kathy). B 12 June 1950, educ Mary Datchelor Girls’ School and St Hilda’s Coll, Oxford (MA Eng Lang and Lit) and Leeds Univ (PG Dipoma in TESL). teacher of English as a Foreign Language with VSO and British Council in Thailand, Yugoslavia, Switzerland and China. Project Leader with Save the Children Fund (settlement of Vietnamese refugees). Heythrop Coll, London Univ: PG Diploma in Pastoral Theology (1982-83), Sch of Economics and Social Studies, Univ of East Anglia( MA in Social Work 1986). Probation Officer 2000-16. Auhor ‘Specificity in Probation Practive,Univ East Anglia 1987). M Hugh Le Fanu 4 Aug 1990. Two sons.
269 PETER JOSEPH LE FANU. Adviser on Rural Estate Management with MAFF. Previous career in agr and rural estate management (1962-79). FRICS (1985). B 29 Oct 1941, educ Bedford Sch and Shuttleworth Agr Coll (NDA 1962), m 25 Mar 1967 Carolyn Margaret, dau of Brigadier and Mrs R.B. Winton of Biggleswade. D 2017.
269a CAROLYN MARGARET LE FANU (née WINTON). D 15 Oct 1996.
270 ANTHONY JOHN LE FANU. B 4 Dec 1943, educ Bedford Sch and Shuttleworth Agr Coll (CDA 1963). Nat Inst of Agr Engineering, Silsoe 1965-70, Dawson Group, Leighton Buzzard 1971-78. MD of own distribution and warehousing company.
271 MATTHEW JOHN LE FANU PORTEOUS. Orthopaedic Consultant Surgeon, King’s College Hospital 1990-97, West Suffolk Hospital 1997-. FRCS (1986); FRSM (1989). Various medical publications. B 16 Dec 1957, educ Dragon Sch, Westminster Sch, London Hospital Med Coll (MB BS 1982), m 8 Sept 1984 Bridget Anastasia, dau of Sir Thomas Beevor St of Hargham Hall, Quidenham, Norfolk and Lady Barbara Beevor.
272 BRIDGET ANASTASIA PORTEOUS (née BEEVOR) (Biddy). B 6 Apr 1958, educ Mayfield Sch, Putney and Dorset House Sch of Occupational Therapy (Dip COT 1980). Occupational therapist 1980-86, m Matthew Porteous 8 Sept 1984. Two sons, two daughters.
273 THOMAS PHILIP PORTEOUS: B 5 July 1960. Edu Westminster School 1973-1978. Christ Church, Oxford 1978-1982. Journalist – Guardian in Cairo, Algeria, Germany. 1984-1989 BBC World Service – Focus on Africa. Foreign and Commonwealth Office 2003-2005. London Director Human Rights Watch 2008-2011. Human Rights Watch, Washington 2011 to present. M Amira Ghazalla 1987 (diss 1997), Two sons. M 2000 Niloofar Haeri, Professor of Linguistics at John Hopkins University. One son.
274 AMIRA GHAZALLA. Actress; in theatre, film and television in West Germany, Egypt and Paris. B 8 May 1960, educ with the Sisters of the St Charles Borromeo Convent, Cairo, the American University, Cairo 1976-79 and the Theater Akademie, Borchem, West Germany 1979-81, m Thomas Porteous 17 July 1986(diss. 1997). Two sons.
275 REBECCA MARY PORTEOUS. B 28 May 1969, educ Queen’s Coll, Harley St, London and Queens’ Coll, Cambridge (reading Arabic and Middle East Studies). M Ali Fahmi, landowner and organic farmer 20 Mar 1999. One son, one daughter.
276 SOPHIA KATHARINE DARWIN MORRIS. Lecturer Mathematics, Durham University. Studied Maths at City Univ of New York 1985-87 and at Univ of California at Los Angeles. B 27 Oct 1961, educ St Paul’s Girls’ Sch (Scholar) and Gonville and Caius Coll, Cambridge (Scholar; BA – Eng Lit – 1983); Coll of St Paul and St Mary, (PGCE 1984; UCLA (MA 1988), m 23 July 1988 Simon Leo Morris son of Frank and Rosemary Morris of Cheltenham, Glos. Two daughters.
277 SIMON LEO MORRIS (Dr). Astronomer. Professor Astrophysics Durham University. Held Postdoctoral Fellowships at Steward Observatory, Univ of Arizona, Tucson (1984-87) and at Carnegie Obs, Pasadena, California. Member of R Astron Soc. Numerous publications and conference papers. B 12 Mar 1959, educ Whitefriars Sch, Durham Univ (B.Sc. 1980 – Physics 1st Class Hons); Jesus Coll, Cambridge (Cert of Adv Studies in maths and Ph.D. 1981-84), m Sophia Darwin 23 July 1988.
278 EMMA LUCIE DARWIN. Writer. B 8 Apr 1964, educ St Paul’s Girls’ Sch, London and Birmingham Univ (BA Hons – Drama and Theatre Arts). Author,’The Mathematics of Love’ and The Secret Alchemy’(See www.emmadarwin.com), m 6 Sept 1987 Matthew Blackstaffe, son of Peter and Audrey Blackstaffe of Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands (diss).One son, one daughter.
279 MATTHEW JOHN BLACKSTAFFE. B 31 Jan 1964, educ St Edward’s Sch, Aston and Birmingham Univ (BA Hons – Drama and Theatre Arts), m Emma Darwin 6 Sept 1987. (diss).
280 CAROLA FRANCES DARWIN. Professional Singer, Lecturer Royal College of Music. B 7 Mar 1967, educ St Paul’s Girls’ Sch, London (Scholar) and Trinity Coll, Cambridge (BA Hons – Natural Sciences (Chemistry), m. Giles Taylor. Two sons.
281 CHRISTOPHER DUNLOP. Research scientist (Molecular Biology) and analyst programmer, Amersham International PLC. B 28 Oct 1963, educ The Hewett Sch, Norwich and Bristol Univ (B.Sc.Hons – Biochemistry 1987), m Natasha Shaw 27 Aug 2001. One daughter.
282 SARAH DUNLOP. B 15 Aug 1965, educ The Hewett Sch, Norwich and St Hilda’s Coll, Oxford and Bradford Univ (reading Modern Langs, Spanish and German). M. Denis Verger 22 April 2006 (d. 7 July 2010). Two sons.
283 Peter Le Fanu Lumsdaine. B 13 Nov 1982. Educated Bootham School York, Clare College Cambridge (a ‘Wrangler’ ie Maths Tripos class 1, 2004) Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, USA, PhD 2010. Postdoctoral fellowships at Dalhousie University, Canada, Institute of Advanced Studies, Princeton, USA, and currently Associate Professor, Dept of Mathematics, University of Stockholm, Sweden. (www.peterlefanulumsdaine.com).
284 HEATHER ADRIENNE FORLAND (née STUART) (Dr). Pro Vice-Chancellor University of Worcester 2014-2017. Various academic and director posts at Kingston University 2006-2014 and University of Roehampton, 1994-2006. Member royal Society of Biology, Chartered Biologist. B 12 November 1957, educ Chelsea College, University of London (BSc Biological Sciences, PGCE 1980), King’s College, University of London (PhD Science Education 1983). B 12 Nov 1957, educ Haileybury and Chelsea Coll, London Univ (B.Sc. – Biology with Education adn PGCE 1980), King’s College, University of London (Ph.D., Science Education 1983). M 29 Oct 1983 Lenard Michael Forland, son of David and Rose Forland. Two daughters.
285 LENARD MICHAEL FORLAND. Company Director and owner of Leinster Motors Ltd. East Sheen, London. 1982-2006. B 1 mar 1952, educ Wandsworth Boys’ Grammar School, m Heather Stuart 29 Oct 1983. D 4 Nov 2009.
286 NIGEL STUART. Comm’d ex Sandhurst into R Engineers 1983-86. Asst Leader Operation Raleigh Expedition, Papua New Guinea 1986; various positions capital project management and software implementation USA and Saudi Arabia 1989 – present. Adjunct Instructor University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, School of Public health. 2017 – Present. B 5 Apr 1961, educ Haileybury and Portsmouth Univ (B.Sc. – Civil Engineering 1982) and Bradford Univ MBA 1990, m 26 Aug 1989 Gretchen Sauer, dau of Peter and Ruth Sauer of New York, USA.
287 GRETCHEN SAUER STUART. Member Operation Raleigh Expedition Papua New Guinea 1986. Health Education Co-ordinator, Wateraid Uganda 1987-89. Assistant, Associate then Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology University of North Carolina School of Medicine 2006 – Present, Member, Editorial Board, American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology 2015 – Present. Numerous Academic Publications. B 20 May 1964, educ Riverdale County Sch, New York and Univ of Vermont (BSc – Biological Sciences) 1985, Tulane Univ (MD and MPH&TM) 1994. Residency, Obstetrics & Gynecology, Univ of Texas Southwestern Medical Center 1998. m Nigel Stuart 26 Aug 1989. One son, One daughter.
288 MICHAEL STUART. Geologist. Since 1994, various exploration and mining positions in Africa. Professional Member Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining, 2007 - . B 19 Feb 1969, educ Cheltenham Coll., Oxford Polytechnic (B.Sc. – Geology 1991), Leicester University (M.Sc. – Mineral Exploration and Mining 1994), Bath University (MBA 2007). M 26 June 2009 Frances Helen Aylott, daughter of Robert Aylott of Pulborough, West Sussex and Maureen Aylott of Reigate, Surrey.
288a FRANCES HELEN AYLOTT. finance Director. 1990-2010 various positions in construction and rail industry in UK and NZ. Associate Chartered Management Accountant 1997 - . B 24 July 1970, educ Dunottar School, Open University (MSc – International Finance 2008) and (BA – Open 2015). m 26 June 2009 Michael Stuart. One daughter, Zara b 12 Sept 2011.
289 PAUL HUMPHREY LE FANU FISHER. B 8 Apr 1970.Read politics at Liverpool University.MA American University,Washington DC;runs consultancy business energy sector and Director Oxford Programme on Negotiation at Said Business School,the University of Oxford. M. Anne Marie Gamble March 11 2000.
289a ANNE MARIE FISHER (née Gamble). B 17 October 1967. Educ BA: Springhill College, Mobile, AL and MA in Fine Arts University of Greenville, North Carolinea. Art Curator.
290 ROSAMOND MARGARET CHEVALLIER DEEGAN (nee Fisher). B 21 February 1973. Educ Cambridge University, INSEAD (BA Natural Sciences, MPhil Department of Medicine, MBA). Senior Executive in biotechnology industry. Chief Business Officer and President Bicycle Therapeutics, Inc. 2016 – 2019. Chief Executive Officer OMass Therapeutics since 2019. M 4 September 2004.
290a PAUL ROBERT DEEGAN. B 18 February 1970. Professional speaker and writer. Organised the first major clean-up of Mount Everest Base Camp at the age of 18. Reached the summit of Mt. Everest on 24 May 2004. Author of the Mountain Traveler’s Handbook and > 250 adventure and environmental magazine and newspaper stories.
291 CAROLINE NOWLAN (Dr). B 7 December 1977. B.Sc. (Physics), Mount Allison University, 1999, Ph.D. (Physics), University of Toronto, 2006, 2013-Present, Research Scientist, Harvard-Smithsonian Center of Astrophysics. Author of over 30 scientific publications. m. (David) Jerome Klassen 15 December 2008. (www.scholar.harvard.edu/cnowlan).
291a DAVID JEROME KLASSEN (Dr.). B 7 July 1977. BA (Political Science and History), University of Manitoba, 2000, Ph.D. (Political Science), York University, 2007, 2014-Present, Fellow, Center for International Studies, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Several journal publications and two books:
292 JAMES ANDREW NOWLAN. B 30 April 1980. BA (Political Science and History), Mount Allison University, 2002; 2017-Present, Director, Climate Change Policy Branch, Ontario Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change. M Sarah Elizabeth Price
292a SARAH ELIZABETH PRICE. B 5 January 1981. B.A. (Political Science), University of Western Ontario, 2003; 2004-2015 – various program administration positions in non-profit organisations, including the Council on Drug Abuse, the Canadian Diabetes Association, the Red Cross and the Canadian Association of Management Consultants; 2015-Present – Administrative Assistant, Training Institute, Geneva Centre for Autism.
293 THOMAS MICHAEL LE FANU. B 8 Nov 1980. Educ St Paul’s and University of Edinburgh. Specialist in Internet marketing for charities inc Water Aid, VSO, Parkinson’s, Raise Your Hands. M Kathryn Allinson 2017.
294 MATTHEW JOHN LE FANU. B 7 Jul 1982 (with Down’s Syndrome). Educ Philpot’s Manor School and The Mount Camphill Community. Works in Studio and Café of Camphill St Albans.
295 CELIA RHODA KENT (née LE FANU). B 30 Jan 1985. Educ St Paul’s Girls’ School and Bristol University. Admitted solicitor 2012. Ashurst LLP 2010-13. Legal Dept, Cancer Research UK since 2014. M Philip Kent 2015. One son, Felix, b 31 March 2018.
296 CASPAR SHERIDAN LE FANU. B 12 Dec 1986. Educ St Paul’s and Oxford University. Teacher St Marylebone School 2009-13, Bain & Co 2013-15, Dept for Educ 2015-17, Asst Head Ormiston Endeavour Academy, Ipswich since 2017. M Georgina Ballam 2016.
297 ANNA GEORGIANA KAVELJI (née Wethered). B 22 Jan 1981. Client Services Director of Woodhams Relocation Centre. M Ivo Kavelji 19 Nov 2011. Two sons.
298 EDWARD RICHARD WETHERED. B 14 June 1983. Co-Founder and Managing Director of ‘Raise Your Hands’ (charity focusing on children and young people in UK).
298a CHARLES HUGH WETHERED. B 4 May 1985. Founder and Director of ‘Quail London’ (high-end events catering).
301 SAMUEL THOMAS LE FANU PORTEOUS. B 1986. Oundle School 1999-2004. Leeds University 2004-2007. Estates office at Chatsworth 2008-2014. Organisation Manager, Gatwick Airport. M Kerry Warburton 2013. One daugther.
302 TANCRED JOHN OCTAVIAN PORTEOUS. B 1988. Thurston Community School 1999-2006. Bath University, 2007-2010. Project Manager Thales Engineering, 2011-Present.
303 ANASTASIA CATHERINE LUCIE PORTEOUS. B 20 January 1991. Thurston Community School 2002-2005. Hills Road Sixth Form College, Cambridge, 2005-2007. Sheffield University 2008-2012. Intership at the Archive, St. George’s Chapel, Windsor 2016-17. Private Secretary’s Office, Buckingham Palace 2017-Present
304 ELIZABETH CLARE MARY PORTEOUS. B 6 Jan 1993. Thurston Community College 2003-2009. Swansea University 2009-2012. Finance Officer Sipsmith Distillery 2015-Present.
305 HUGH ALEXANDER DARWIN. B 31 Aug 1990. Civil Servant.
306 LUCY HARIET DARWIN. B 10 Oct 1993. Teacher.
307 GEMMA ROSEMARY PORTELLI. (née FORLAND). Digital Programme Manager at Metro Bank (UK). Previously Head of Project Management at WorldFirst. PMP Certified (2016-Present). Member (BA Spanish with Protuguese 2009). M 4 Aug 2018 Ignacio Portelli, son of Jorge Luis Portelli and Stella Maris Ramis of Buenos Aires, Argentina.
307a IGNACIO PORTELLI. Owner and Head Coach of Portelli Fitness: Strength and Conditioning training for professional athletes, judo coaching and personal training services. 3rd Dan Black Belt – Judo, Central American Champion – Judo (2004), Argentina National Champion – Judo (2006, 2007), Argentina National Judo Team (2006-2007), Guatemala National Rugby Union Team (2007-2008). Tight-Head Prop for Esher and Otley RFCs. (2008-2009). B 26 Apr 1984. Buenos Aires, Argentina. Educ. Universidad de Flores, (BSc Sports Science 2007). M Gemma Forland 4 Aug 2018.
308 SUSANNAH ADRIENNE COLLIER (née FORLAND). Head of fundraising at the National Deaf Children’s Society. Previous posts in charity sector within fundraising since 2010 include JDRF, Maggie’s Centres and St Raphael’s Hospice. Associate member of the Institute of Fundraising (IOF). B 3 July 1988, educ Surbiton High School, Oxford Brookes University (BA Media, Communication and Culture 2010). N 5 Oct 2013 Roy Collier, son of Paul and Kim Collier. One daughter, August 2018.
308a ROY PAUL COLLIER. Site and Facilities Manager, St George’s Cathedral Southwark and Catholic Diocese of Southwark. Previous facilities management posts within the diocese, athletics coach, member of Belgrave Harriers Athletic Club. Educ. B 11 March 1987. M Susannah Forland 5 Oct 2015.
309 JAMIE LE FANU STUART. Founder of education and empowerment NGO, Hope Center Uganda 2015-Present. Hip-hop, house and techno DJ and freelance music and arts journalist 2016-Present. B 13 May 2005, educ Haileybury and East Chapel Hill High Sch, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill (BA Journalism) 2017.
310 LUCY ADRIENNE STUART. Public Relations Assistant at 97.9 WCHL 2018-Present. Regional level swimmer for NC 2010-2014. High School National Honours Society 2015. Currently student Univ of North Carolina Chapel Hill (BA Journalism). B 12 Dec 2006. Educ Millffield Sch and East Chapel Hill High Sch.
311 PHILIP ROLAND LE FANU. Commis chef and aspiring writer (works on www.phillefanu.wordpress.com). Volunteer at Calais Refugee Camp 2015-2016 (blog posts on above website). Teaching Assistant 2016-2017. B 19 Sept 1991, educ Bohunt School, Alton Sixth Form College, Sheffield University (BSc Biology)
312 STEPHEN WILLIAM LE FANU. Housing Events Coordinator at Brisol Univ Students’ Union. Student Living Officer at Bristol Univ Students’ Union 2016-2017. B 5 Jan 1994, educ Bohunt School, Alton Sixth Form College and Bristol Univ (BSc Biology 2016).
314 ALI PORTEOUS. B 17 Feb 1996. Educ Westminster School, Wadham College, Oxford.
315 DANIEL PORTEOUS. B 2005.
316 ZACHARIA FAHMI. B 2001.
317 MAGDA LUCIE FAHMI. B 2006.
318 SOPHIE LAURA PORTEOUS. B 2016.
319 BETHANY ROSE DUNLOP. B 2006.
320 NATHAN ORION VERGER. B 30 Dec 2006.
321 THOMAS AURELIAN VERGER. B 17 Feb 2009.
322 ZARA ADRIENNE STUART. B 12 Sept 2011.
323 OLIVIA ROSE FISHER. B 24 Aug 2003.
324 CHARLES ARTHUR EMMET FISHER. B 10 Oct 2006.
325 ELEANOR ALICE KLASSEN. B 26 Dec 2011.
326 JULIET LENA KLASSEN. B 04 Oct 2014.
176 GEORGE ERNEST HUGH LE FANU CMG (Dr). West African Medical Service (Gold Coast) 1907-26. Served in Togoland campaign (T/Capt RAMC) 1914-16. Cons Physician to Colonial Office in Liverpool 1928-45 and Lecturer at Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine. b 18 Sept 1874, educ Germany and Aberdeen University (MB ChB), m 1915 Mary Beatrice fisher, dau of H.W. Fisher MRCS LRCP of Sefton, Lancs and d 25 July 1965.
178 CECIL VIVIAN MOORE ETIENNE LE FANU (Dr). West African Medical Service (Gold Coast) 1905-26. Cons Physician to Colonial Office in Liverpool 1926-28. b 5 Apr 1877, educ Germany and Aberdeen University (MB ChB 1898), m 22 Mar 1917 Gwendoline Isa Shaddick, dau of George and Mary Shaddick of Beckenham, Kent and d 31 Dec 1936.
180 ROLAND LE FANU DSO (1938) MC (1918) Croix de Guerre (Major-Gen). Comm’d Leicestershire Regt 1908. Served throughout WWI in France and Balkans, psc, Comdt Iraq Staff School 1927-29. GSO1 1st Indian Div 1935-39, served in Waziristan campaign (dispatches thrice) and in WW2. b 13 May 1887, educ Germany, m 14 Sept 1922 Marguerite Lumsden, dau of George Lumsden of Tarvit, Cupar, Fife and d 2 Jan 1957.
183 PATRICIA BENEDICT WATKINS (née LE FANU). Women’s Land Army 1940-47. Mixed farming and later, in partnership with husband, sheep and beef hill-farming in Devon. b 13 Nov 1920, educ Liverpool Coll for Girls, Huyton, and Northampton Coll of Agriculture, m 16 Aug 1953 Henry Leon Watkins, son of Henry Watkins and Ada Maud Loder of Bromley, Kent. Member of Dartmoor Hunt. d 13 Dec 2007.
184 HENRY LEON WATKINS. Co-founder and Partner, Western Machinery Ltd, Ivybridge, and Irish Agricultural Machinery, Dublin. In partnership with wife, sheep and beef hill-farming in Devon. Served with RN throughout WW2 (Lieut RNVR), minesweeping (Channel and North Sea), att’d Fleet Air Arm (N Africa and Far East). b 13 Mar 1908, educ Merchant Taylors London, m 14 Apr 1953 Patricia Le Fanu and d 22 Sept 1988. Traveller and poet.
185 PENELOPE MOORE HUGHES (née LE FANU). Foreign Service 1952-55. Advertising Executive, J Walter Thompson 1955-65, Readers Digest 1967-81. Freelance lecturer in Art History (with London Univ, National Gallery, City Literary Institute, NADFAS, etc. 1980- ). b 18 Aug 1926, educ Belvedere School, Liverpool and Somerville Coll, Oxford (BA Hons (in PPE) 1946, MA 1953). Birkbeck Coll, London Univ (BA Hons Art History 1979). m 1st 20 Apr 1966 Benjamin Maugham, son of Benjamin Harold Maugham of Norton, Co. Durham. He d 15 Oct 1972. Married 2ndly 25 Aug 1975 Edward Hunter Hughes, son of Paul Hughes and Jessica Lee of Louisville, Kentucky, USA. d 19 June 1999.
187 EDWARD HUNTER HUGHES. Journalist. Wall Street Journal 1947-54 (correspondent in Washington, London, Frankfurt; foreign editor, New York). Time Magazine (bureau chif in Jo’burg, Bonn, Beirut, senior editor, New York). Since 1970, contributor to various international publications. b 20 Aug 1921, educ Centre Coll USA (BA 1943), Harvard Univ (MA 1947), m Penelope Maugham 25 Aug 1975. d 25 July 1992.
188 RICHARD LE FANU OBE. Served with East African Forces (Burma) in WW2. British Council 1948-79 in Scotland, Uganda, Yugoslavia (Zagreb), Cultural Attaché in Berne and Pretoria, Council Rep Cyprus. Translator. b 19 Dec 1919, educ Epsom Coll and Pembroke Coll, Cambridge (Scholar – BA 1946), m 12 July 1947 Ann Burton, dau of George and Margaret Burton of Newark, Notts. d 13 April 2004.s
189 ANN LE FANU (née Burton). Served in WRNS in WW2 (UK, India and Ceylon). Expert gardener and garden designer, connoisseur of furniture and antiques. b 3 Apr 1915, m Richard Le Fanu 12 July 1947. Three sons, one daugher. d 27 May 2011.
190 BARBARA HUELIN (née LE FANU). b 9 May 1926, educ St Felix School, Southwold and Evendine Court, Malvern, M 1st 15 Nov 1946 John Eric Thurburn, son of Robert James Thurburn, Gen Manager of Entre Rios Railway, Argentina. One son. Marr diss by divorce. She m 2ndly 25 Oct 1952 David Scotton Huelin, son of Edward Scotton Huelin and Hilda Winifred Huelin. Two daughters. d 14 February 2013.
192 DAVID SCOTTON HUELIN. Buenos Aires Great Southern Railway 1936-43. Asst Edictor Review of the River Plate (Buenos Aires) 1943-50. Bank of London and South America. Manager Economic Research Dept (London) 1952-74. Freeman of City of London 1970. b 24 May 1914, educ Colegio Cervantes, Palma de Mallorca, Elizabeth Coll, Guernsey, Exeter Coll, Oxford (BA Mod Languages 1936), m Barbara Le Fanu 23 Oct 1952. Author and Translator. d 17 January 2002.
193 GEORGE VICTOR SHERIDAN LE FANU KCVO (Major Sir). Serjeant at Arms, House of Commons 1982-89. Served Coldstream guards 1943-63 (Italy WW2 and Palestine 1948). Asst-Adjt RMA Sandhurst 1949-52; Adjt, 2nd Bn Coldstream Guards 1952-55; psc Camberley 1959; Staff Captain to VQMG, War Office 1960-61; GSO2 HQ London District 1961-63. Successively Dep Asst, Asst, Deputy Serjeant at Arms, House of Commons 1963-82. b 24 Jan 1925, educ Shrewsbury, m 28 Apr 1956 Elizabeth Hall, day of Major H.C. Hall of Alderney, CI.). D. 5 February 2007.
194 ELIZABETH LE FANU (née Hall) (Lady Le Fanu). b 31 Jan 1927. m Victor Le Fanu 28 Apr 1956. Three sons.
195 JULIAN CHARLES LE FANU. Worked in banking, mainly as an economist, and in financial services trade assocations and professional bodies (1970-2012). Banking Diploma, Chartered Institute of Bankers, 1980. b 19 July 1948, educ Ampleforth, Balliol College, Oxford (Brackenbury Scholar, BA Modern History and Modern Languages 1970) and the city University Business School (now Cass Business School) MSc Administrative Sciences 1979, (subsequently re-designated MBA), m 13 July 1974 María Dolores Rodríguez Bereijo, daughter of Amable Rodríguez Fernández and Pilar Bereijo Rodríguez, of Cedeira, La Coruña, Spain.
196 MARíA DOLORES RODRíGUEZ BEREIJO (Pitusa). Since 1994 working part-time for the Royal Academy of Arts’ Learning Department. Taught History of art at Davies College (1979-90), Cordwainers college (1993-2000) and the London College of Fashion (The London Institute – now University of the Arts London) (2000-2003). b 27 September 1947, educ Spain and Westfield College, University of London (BA Spanish and History of Art 1978), m 13 July 1974 Julian Charles Le Fanu. Her brother Alvaro Rodríguez Bereijo was President of the Spanish Constitutional Court 1995-1998.
197 JAMES RICHARD LE FANU (Dr) FRCP. General Practitioner (rtd). Author: The Rise and Fall of Modern Medicine (Little, Brown 1999), Why Us? How Science Rediscovered the Mystery of Ourselves (Harper Collins 2009), Too Many Pills (Little, Brown 2018). Regular columnist, The Sunday and Daily Telegraph and The Oldie. Articles and reviews for The Times, Spectator, Journal of The Royal Society of Medicine, The Lancet and BMJ. b 19 Apr 1950, educ Ampleforth, Clare Coll, Cambridge (BA of Medical Sciences 1972) and London Hospital (MB ChB 1974), m 4 Apr 1987 Juliet Louise Annan, dau of Noel and Gabriele Annan (Lord and Lady Annan) of St John’s Wood, London. www.jameslefanu.com
198 JULIET LOUISE ANNAN (The Hon). Publishing Director, Fig Tree Penguin (2005 - ). Publishing Director, Viking Penguin (1997 - 2005). Group Rights and Contracts Director, Harper Collins London, previously various publicity & marketing posts, Penguin USA & Random House USA (1980 - 86). Publicity, Chatto & Windus (1977 - 80). b 7 Jan 1955, educ Frances Holland and King’s Coll, Cambridge (MA 1976), m James Le Fanu 4 Apr 1987. One son, one daughter.
199 MARK ETIENNE LE FANU. b 19 Apr 1950. Educ Ampleforth College and Downing Coll, Cambridge (MA 1973. Director of Studies in English at Downing 1974-80. Freelance arts journalist based in London 1980-89. Teacher in charge of film history at the European Film College, Denmark 1993-2007. Lecturer in the departments of English and of Media Science, Aarhus University, 2007-2010. PhD Aarhus University 2009. Honorary Research Associate at University College London, department of anthropology 2011-. Lectures on world cinema and history of documentary. Publications include The Cinema of Andrei Tarkovsky (BFI 1987, reprinted 1982); Mizoguchi and Japan (BFI, 2005 revised edition Bloomsbury, 2020); Believing in Film: Christianity and Classic European Cinema (Bloomsbury paperback, 2020). Selected essays on cinema available online at www.criterion.com and www.16-9.dk and www.nostalghia.com. m Sally Ann Laird.
200 SALLY ANN LAIRD. Director of Central and East European Publishing Project, Editor Index on Censorship 1988-89. Translator and author Voices of Russian Literature (OUP 1999). b 2 May 1956, educ Camden School for Girls and St Anne’s Coll, Oxford (MA 1979 – 1st Class Hons in Philosophy and Mod Langs), Voronezh State Univ USSR 1977-81, Harkness Fellow at Harvard Univ (MA Soviet Studies 1979-81), m Mark Le Fanu 9 Sept 1989. D 15 July 2010. One daughter
201 SARAH ANTOINETTE LEFANU (preferred spelling). b 6 August 1953; educ Newnham College Cambridge (Exhibitioner); m 12 May 1982 Christopher Collins. Editor The Women’s Press 1980-91; part-time tutor University of Bristol 1995-present; Artistic Director Bath Literature Festival 2003-09; Royal Literary Fund Writing Fellow University of Exeter 2009-11 and University of Bristol 2014; RLF Writing Project Associate from 2017. Books include Despatches from the Frontiers of the Female Mind (co-editor) (1986); In the Chinks of the World Machine: Feminism and Science Fiction (1988); Rose Macaulay: A Biography (2003) and its companion volume, Dreaming of Rose: A Biographer’s Journal (2013); S is for Samora: A Lexical Biography of Samora Machel and the Mozambican Dream (2012). Contributor to Dreams of Shadow and Smoke: Stories for J S Le Fanu, ed Jim Rockhill and Brian J Showers (2014). Escape to Africa, Kipling, Kingsley, Conan Doyle and the Amglo – Boer War (forthcoming 2020). Website: www.sarahlefanu.co.uk; blog: www.filmwatchingwomen.wordpress.com. One son, two daughters.
202 CHRISTOPHER MARTIN PRIESTLEY COLLINS (Dr). Senior Lecturer and Consultant in Pathology, Bristol Univ 1986-2013. Medical Officer, Province of Niassa and Lecturer, Institute of Health Sciences, Nampula, Mozambique 1978-80. Lecturer in Pathology, University College, London 1980-86. MRCPath 1984. b 2 Aug 1950, educ Ampleforth, Queens’ Coll, Cambridge (BA1971) and St Thomas’ Hospital (MB ChB 1975) m Sarah Le Fanu 12 May 1982. Author of papers on renal disease and on experimental models of arthritis.
203 DAVID RICHARD THURBURN-HUELIN (Revd). Rector of the Shipston Benefice of Coventry (2001-12), Vicar of Goldington, Bedford (1988-95). Ordained Deacon 1971, Priest 1972. Curate Poplar, London 1971-76; Chaplain to postgraduate students, William Temple Society, Grosvenor Chapel, London 12976-82; Vicar of Harrold and Rector of Carlton, Beds 1982-87. b 26 Apr 1947, educ Leighton Park, Durham Univ and Westcott House, Cambridge (BA Hons Theology 1969), m 13 Sept 1986 Fiona Mary Kent, dau of Patrick and Helena Kent of Harrold, Beds. One son.
204 FIONA MARY KENT. Teacher and careers counsellor, Bedfordshire b 29 Sept 1955, educ Bedford High and Lancaster Univ (BA Hons French 1978) and Trent Polytechnic 1987, m David Thurburn-Huelin 13 Sept 1986.
205 SOPHIA BARBARA HUELIN (Sophie). Printer. 4-yr apprenticeship as lithographic artist with Oxford Univ Press. ‘Journeyperson’ at OUP 1977-81; Mother of SLADE Chapel. Head of colour-printing dept, Globe Press, Hamilton, Bermuda. b 16 May 1956, educ Tudor Hall, Banbury, m 20 Aug 1988 Simon Owen Johnson.
206 SIMON OWEN JOHNSON.
207 ALICE LUCIA HUELIN (Lucy). b 16 May 1956, educ Royal Ballet School and Downe House; Bristol Polytechnic (BA Hons Humanities 1985) m 14 Sept 1985 Patrick Woodroffe, son of Brigadier John Woodroffe and Philippa Woodroffe. Two daughters.
208 PATRICK JOHN DOBRéE WOODROFFE. Lighting and staging designer (in Europe, USA, S. America and Australia). Pop and Rock show incl Rolling Stones, Tina Turner, Stevie Wonder, Roxy Music, Rod Steward – also classical shows for TV. b 11 June 1954, educ Marlborough, m Lucy Huelin 14 Sept 1985.
209 EDWARD LOUIS LE FANU. Clerical Officer, British Rail. b 1 May 1958, educ Eton and Univ of East Anglia (BA English History 1981).
210 GUY SHERIDAN LE FANU. Teacher in comprehensive schools since 1984. b 15 May 1960, educ Charterhouse and Balliol Coll, Oxford (MA 1982).
211 HUGH FRANCIS LE FANU. Authorised Member, London Metal Exchange, Senior Trader Amalgamated Metals 1983-89. Senior Trader Asea Brown Bover Futures (UK) Ltd 1989-. b 14 May 1964, educ Eton.
212 FREDERICK JAMES LE FANU. B 23 May 1989. Educ, Dulwich College, Sussex University (BA Hist Art 2011). Brewer and Distiller, London Beer Factory.
213 ALLEGRA FRANCES LE FANU. B 1 July 1992. Educ. Wesminster School, Queens’ Coll, Cambridge (BA Eng 2013), MA KCL (Eng Lit) 2014. Assistant Editor, Bloomsbury Publishers.
214 SYLVIA ANN LE FANU. b 8 Jan 1990; educ Cathedral School Aarhus and Copenhagen University (B.A. 2013 in Film and Media Studies). Currently enrolled in the directors’ line at the Norwegian Film School. Director of prizewinning short Abu Adnam (2016).
215 ALEXANDER HUGH LEFANU COLLINS (Dr), b 13 Feb 1983; educ Backwell Comprehensive, Churchill Coll, Cambridge; MSc (Eur) Maths Universities of Leeds/ Heidelberg 2010; PhD Orbifolds, Cohen-Macaulay modules and cluster categories University of Bath 2015; PGCE 2017.
216 BEATRICE SAMORA LEFANU COLLINS (Dr), b 8 Jan 1986; educ Backwell Comprehensive, Pembroke Coll, Cambridge, MSc Natural Sciences 2009; PhD Organic Chemistry University of Cambridge2014; post-doc University of Groningen 2014-16 and University of Bristol 2016-18; University Research Fellowship Bristol 2018-Present. Selected publications: B.S.L. Collins, C.M. Wilson, E.L. Myers, V.K. Aggarwal, Agnew. Chem. Int. Ed., 2017, 56, 11700-11733. Asymmetric Synthesis of Secondary and Tertiary Boronic Esters; B.S.L. Collins, J.C.M. Kistemaker, E. Otten, B.L. Feringa, Nat. Chem., 2016, 8, 860-866. A Chemically powered unidirectional rotary molecular motor based on a palladium redox cycle; A. McNally, B. Haffemayer, B.S.L. Collins, M.J. Gaunt, Nature, 2014, 510, 129-133. Palladium-catalysed C-H activation of aliphatic amines to give strained nitrogen heterocycles.
217 ISMAY DOROTHY SUMMERS (née LEFANU COLLINS), b 10 Mar 1988; educ Backwell Comprehensive. Bristol Heart Institute: Waiting List Manager and Cardiac Pathways Manager 2016-Present; m Matthew Richard Summers (b 27 Oct 1987) 22 June 2017. blog: www.filmwatchingwomen.wordpress.com
218 Alice Sophia Woodroffe. B 25 Jan 1986.
219 Laura Mary Woodroffe. B 6 Sept 1990.
220 CHRISTOPHER PATRICK COSMO HUELIN. b 7 Oct 1991; educ Leicester University (B.A.) Geology and GeoPhysics; Project Manager, ACOM.