Social Victorians/1897 Fancy Dress Ball

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Devonshire House Fancy Dress Ball, 2 July 1897[edit | edit source]

Logistics[edit | edit source]

1897 July 2, one of the major social events of the "season" of Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee

The invitations were for 10:30 p.m., but people began to arrive about 10:00, and the Duke of Devonshire came down to greet the Prince and Princess of Wales at 11:00 p.m.

The invitations asked people to dress as monarchs and their courts from the past or as goddesses or figures from antiquity.

Weather: According to the Times, it was 63 degrees at midnight in London, just as the ball was getting underway, with a dew point of 58, which means that it would not have been as oppressive in all those leather, velvet and satin costumes as well as metal armor as it could have been.[1]

Location: The party was at Devonshire House, in Picadilly, hosted by Louisa Cavendish, the Duchess, and Spencer Compton Cavendish, the 8th Duke of Devonshire.

Who Was There We Might Recognize Now[edit | edit source]

The people who attended this party belonged to the most elite circles of society and were in the social networks of Albert Edward, Prince of Wales and Louisa Cavendish, Duchess of Devonshire. The people in these networks were not the same as the people in, for example, Queen Victoria's networks. The social network of the Prince of Wales did not exclude people who were divorced, involved in extra-marital relationships, or associated with scandal or gossip. It also included Jews, Americans, businessmen and the nouveau riche, and actors and actresses, even if they were not particularly wealthy, so long as they were beautiful, witty and able to keep the prince amused. In their day, they were celebrities, the subjects of newspaper reports and were considered stylish, "fast," and social leaders. Many of these people would not be familiar now to many of us. The ones that we might find familiar include the following:

  • Albert Edward, Prince of Wales later King Edward VII, and Alexandra, Princess of Wales, later Queen Alexandra.
  • George of Wales, Duke of York and Duchess of York, Princess (Victoria Mary) May or Mary of Teck, later King George V and Queen Mary, Queen Elizabeth II's grandparents. (For fans of the tv series The Crown, the role of Queen Mary was played by Eileen Atkins.)
  • Frederick Arthur Stanley, 16th Earl of Derby, who commissioned the first Stanley Cup and presented it to Canda.[2] The entire Stanley family were engaged with hockey when Frederick Arthur Stanley was Governor General of Canada (1888 to 1893).[3]
  • Lady Frances, Countess of Warwick, called Daisy, the person for whom the song "Bicycle Built for Two" was written.
  • Oscar Wilde dedicated A Woman of No Importance to Gwladys Robinson, Lady de Grey.
  • Winston Churchill, who was at the ball by virtue of his mother's popularity in these social networks; he was 24 in 1897 and so little known that only the Gentlewoman reported his attendance.
  • A number of Rothschilds were present: Lady (Emma Louise von Rothschild) and Lord Rothschild (Nathan Mayer de Rothschild), Baron F. de Rothschild, Mr. and Mrs. L. Rothschild (possibly Leopold and Marie Perugia Rothschild), Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild, Alfred Rothschild (?), Cyril Flower, Lord Battersea, and Constance de Rothschild Flower, Lady Battersea. Louisa, Lady de Rothschild also attended.
  • Prince Charles (or Carl) of Denmark was married to Princess Maud of Norway, the daughter of the Albert Edward, Prince and Wales and Alexandra, Princess of Wales. He became King Haakon VII of Norway, and Princess Maud of Wales Queen of Norway. The role of the old King Haakon VII in the tv series Atlantic Crossing was played by Søren Pilmark.
  • Some people will recognize the name Joe Cresswell, known for being the commanding officer for a destroyer that captured an intact Enigma machine; his father, Addison Baker-Cresswell, was at the ball.
  • William St. John Freemantle Brodrick, later Viscount Midleton, related by marriage to Agatha Whitehead von Trapp,[4] first wife of Georg von Trapp and thus the mother of the 7 children in the von Trapp singers. (Agatha Whitehead von Trapp died of scarlet fever in 1922, and Georg von Trapp remarried in 1927 Maria August Kutschera, former novice of Nonnberg Abbey.[5]) Some controversy exists about the accuracy of this genealogy.
  • While few of us would recognize the name Henri Louis Bischoffsheim, we might recognize the bank he founded: Deutsche Bank.
  • Alfred Beit was a Life Governor of De Beers and friend of Cecil Rhodes.
  • Michael Arthur Bass, 1st Baron Burton of Burton-on-Trent and of Rangemore and Chairman of Bass Brewery, which was founded in 1777 by Michael Arthur Bass's ancestor William Bass. According to the Wikipedia article on the Bass Brewery, by 1887 Bass was the largest brewery in the world.[6]
  • Edward Cecil Guinness, 1st Earl of Iveagh and Chairman of Guiness Brewery, which was founded in 1759 by Edward Guiness's ancestor Arthur Guiness.

Descriptions and Contextualizing Information[edit | edit source]

The attendees were presented to the royals in Quadrilles and the Courts of Female Monarchs, goddesses, and so on.

Workers at the Ball[edit | edit source]

A number of people were present in their roles as servants or attendants or, as in the case of the photographer Lafayette or the musicians, for example, as staff of the party itself. Others helped prepare for the ball, from the gardening staff at the Duke of Devonshire's manorial estate, Chatsworth House, who brought flowers from Derbyshire for decorations at the ball, to costumiers, perruquiers, and so forth.

Describing a later social event in which the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire, as Mayor and Mayoress, decorated Devonshire House again, the Sussex Agricultural Express refers to some of the men who worked for the Duke and Duchess in January 1898, about half a year later: "Mr. J. P. Cockerell, the Duke of Devonshire's indefatigable agent called to his aid a willing and competent staff from Compton Place [in Eastbourne], including Mr. W. S. Lawrence, the house steward, and Mr. May, the gardener."[7]

Staff who were named as present at the 1897 ball included

  • Mr. J. P. Cockerell, agent for the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire
  • Mr. W. S. Lawrence, house steward for the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire
  • Mr. May, gardener for the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire

Artists Associated with this Event[edit | edit source]

Photographers

James Stack Lauder, known as Lafayette because that was the name of his firm, was invited by the Duke of Devonshire to set up a temporary studio in the garden and take portrait photographs of the guests in their costumes at the ball.

While Lafayette is in many ways the most important photographer documenting the costumes for this event because he was present at the ball, with the imprimatur of the Duke of Devonshire, other photographers also took part in documenting this event. We see their work in the Diamond Jubilee Fancy Dress Ball album of 286 photogravure portraits made of ones taken a week later by Lafayette as well as ones made by other photographers were collected as a hostess gift for the Duchess and given to her in 1899. A copy of this album is in the National Portrait Gallery and has been digitized.[8]

Painters

The "fashionable miniaturist" Amelie Küssner painted the Prince of Wales in his costume.[9]

According to the Western Daily Press, H. A. Stock, a "much-admired" west-of-England painter, "represented one or two of the personages taking part in the Devonshire House fancy dress ball."[10] At the 32nd Exhibition of the Royal Institute of Painters in Water-Colours that opened 12 March 1898, Mr. Stocks exhibited a "portrait of a well-known society lady in the costume she wore at the Devonshire House fancy dress ball."[11]

At least one of the portraits in the Diamond Jubilee Fancy Dress Ball album is a painting rather than a photograph.

Sculptors

The Marchioness of Granby, who at this time was Violet Manners, commissioned a bust by George Frampton.[12]

Musicians[edit | edit source]

Two ensembles were present and providing music, Lacon and Ollier's Blue Hungarian Band and, early the next morning, the White Hungarian Band. One was called an orchestra and the other a band: according to the Guernsey Star, "The orchestra was placed in close proximity to the ballroom, and another band played a programme in the garden."[13]:p. 1, Col. 2C

The evidence about the Blue Hungarian Band comes from an advertisement run in the Morning Post:

Lacon and Ollier's Blue Hungarian Band.

Cymbalos, Berkes Geza and Miska.

has arrived in town for the Season. — Engagements for balls, receptions, &c., to be made to 163A, New Bond-street, W.

This band was specially engaged for the Duchess of Devonshire's ball on Friday last.[14]

According to a letter to the editor of the Pall Mall Gazette by "One Who Was There," the White Hungarian Band was present at the very end.[15]

Costumiers, Perruquiers, and Jewelers[edit | edit source]

Besides people who made the costumes (costumiers) and wigs (perruquiers), modistes, embroiderers and jewelers are mentioned although not named in most of the newspaper accounts. General, contextualizing descriptions of the costumes can be found in the Anthology. After naming costumiers, the Gentlewoman specifically mentions the Parisian Company for its jewelry and Mr. Norman of Bond Street for the shoes he made:

Among other firms [than the costumiers] who lent their aid to make the great ball a huge success was the Parisian Company, whose sparkling gems and jewels, and whose ropes of pearls and precious stones, enhanced the charms of many a fair dame in her dainty old-world costume, and the firm of Mr . Norman, 69, New Bond-street, who designed and made the shoes for the Princess of Wales, the Duchess of Buccleuch, &c., &c.[16]:42, Col. 3c

Costumiers

According to the Gentlewoman, Covent Garden costumier M. Comelli designed the looks that were constructed by Alias of Soho Square.[16]:42, Col. 3b Among those who helped construct the costumes and wigs include the following:

  • Mr. Alias, of Soho Square
  • Mr. W. Clarkson, of Wellington Street
  • Messrs. Simmons and Sons, of the Haymarket
  • Nathan, of Coventry Street
  • Simmons, of King Street, Covent Garden
  • Madame Frederic, of Lower Grosvenor Place
  • Mrs. Mason, of New Burlington Street
  • Mr. Willie Clarkson, the "Royal Perruquier"
  • Doucet
  • The House of Worth
  • Mr. Caryl Craven

The Gentlewoman covered this topic explicitly:

Very great credit is due to the taste and artistic powers of the designers of these dresses, and particular mention must be made of M. Comelli, of Covent Garden Theatre, whose facile pen designed most of the superb toilettes so ably carried out by Messrs. Alias, of Soho-square. Other theatrical costumiers who brought all their special talents to bear on the historical and fancy costumes required for this function were Messrs. Nathan (artist, Mr. Karl), of Coventry-street; Messrs. John Simmons & Sons, Haymarket; Mme. Auguste, of Wellington-street; Harrison's, Ltd., 31, Bow-street; Simmons, 7 and 8, King-street; Mr. Clarkson, 44, Wellington-street; Mme. Fisher, 26, Bedford-street; and many others. A great number of well-known modistes in London were also called upon to supply dresses. Amongst these we chronicle M. Mason, New Burlington-street; M. Machinka, Conduit-street; Paquin, of Dover-street; Jays, Ltd., Regent-street; Messrs. Durrant, 116, Bond-street (who made Lady Londonderry's magnificent gown), and numerous others.[16]:42, Col. 3b

The Morning Post also addressed the costumiers. It named Mr. Alias in association with the royals, as well as mentioning several other costumiers by name:

The costumes worn by the Prince of Wales, the Duke of York, and the Duchess of Connaught, as well as many others were supplied by Mr. Alias, of Soho-square. Those worn by the Grand Duke Michael of Russia, the Duke of Manchester, Princess Victor of Hohenlohe, and others were made by Mr. W. Clarkson, of Wellington-street, who also supplied the wigs and headdresses for the Royal Family. Messrs. Simmons and Sons, of the Haymarket, made a large number of costumes, including those of the Duke of Somerset, the Marquis of Winchester, Earls Beauchamp, Carrington, Ellesmere, and Essex. Nathan, of Coventry-street, and Simmons, of King-street, Covent-garden; Madame Frederic, of Lower Grosvenor-place, and Mrs. Mason, of New Burlington-street, also made some of the principal costumes.

Messrs. Simmons and Sons, of the Haymarket, made a large number of costumes, including those of the Duke of Somerset, the Marquis of Winchester, Earls Beauchamp, Carrington, Ellesmere, and Essex.

Nathan, of Coventry-street, and Simmons, of King-street, Covent-garden; Madame Frederic, of Lower Grosvenor-place, and Mrs. Mason, of New Burlington-street, also made some of the principal costumes.[17]:p. 8, Col. 2A

According to the Derbyshire Times and Chesterfield Herald, citing the Daily Mail,

Lady de Grey is going as Zenobia, and is getting her dress from Doucet, I hear, while Worth also is making a great many costumes; but the greatest number are being made in England. The Duchess of Portland, the Duchess of Hamilton, Lady Mar and Kellie, and Miss Muriel Wilson are all going to the costumier in Soho-square, and Alias has also been summoned to Marlborough House for a consultation. Mr. Caryl Craven, who is so clever in such matters, is helping the Duchess of Leeds with her dress; in fact, everyone seems pressed into the service, and the result will be one of the most brilliant sights that ever was seen.[18]

Which costumier was this? "A well-known West End dressmaker booked for the Duchess of Devonshire's fancy dress ball orders representing £27000."[19]

Perruquiers

Mr. W. Clarkson "supplied the wigs and headdresses for the Royal Family."[17]:p. 8, Col. 2A

At the Duchess of Devonshire's ball, on the 2d inst., the Prince of Wales looked as if he had stepped out of a masterpiece by one of the old painters. His wig, which completed a correct make-up as Knight of Malta, was specially made and fitted by that favoured "Royal Perruquier" Mr Willie Clarkson, who also had the honour of making and fitting the wigs worn by Prince Charles of Denmark, the Duke of York, and the Duke and Duchess of Connaught, and of dressing the hair of the Duchess of York and the Princess Victoria of Schleswig-Holstein. Mr Clarkson also supplied a number of the costumes, including those worn by the Grand Duke Michael of Russia, Princess Louise, and the Duke of Manchester. It would not be safe to say how many crowned heads have literally "passed through the hands" of Mr Clarkson. The art of the perruquier is a very difficult one, requiring historical knowledge, patient research, and great taste. It is most essential to the success of any theatrical performance or of an historical ball.[20]

Clarkson also provided costumes and wigs for the amateur theatricals that the royals took part in to entertain themselves.

Jewelers

According to the Westminster Gazette, "One very great lady indeed had been lent, by a jeweller, diamonds worth about £13,000."[21]:Col. 2c

Anthology of Reports[edit | edit source]

A collection of excerpts of descriptions from the newspaper and magazine reports, called here an anthology, gives a sense of what people read about the event.

Reporting on this event began months before it, as soon I think as rumors that it would take place began to circulate, and continued for many months after; it occasionally shows up in a newspaper report years later.

People Present[edit | edit source]

Missing from the List: Indian Dignitaries[edit | edit source]

Missing from this list are the dignitaries from India, who were said to have been present. According to the Dundee Evening Telegraph dated 2 July 1897, the day of the party, "The Duchess [of Devonshire] has secured the attendance of many of the Indian Rajahs, who have merely to present themselves in the gorgeous dresses with which they have decorated London drawing-rooms during the past fortnight. ... — London Correspondent."[22] In a letter to the Editor of the Pall Mall Gazette on 6 July 1897, "One Who Was There" is lamenting about how, now that the ball was over, people would not see the beautiful costumes again. Unlike most of the people who attended, however, "The Indian princes were happy in their lot — no hired possessions theirs, but treasure trove, and they could play at dressing up whenever they pleased."[23] Describing wearing Indian late-19th-century native dress as "play[ing] at dressing up" reveals perhaps that part of the attraction of inviting these people, who were likely in London for Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee celebrations, were their colorful and exotic clothing.

We know that "the Maharajah of Kapurthala" was present (at 195 in the list below) and at Table 10 in the first supper seating.

No other newspapers stories talked about the presence of many Indian Rajahs, but perhaps the reporters didn't see them arrive or depart and didn't know who they were. These dignitaries are likely to have been in London to celebrate Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee; perhaps their names can be guessed from those named at other events from about this time.

Duleep Singh (at 605) was not a dignitary from India: he was living in London at this time.

A list of people whom it would seem likely would have been at the ball but are not mentioned in the press are below, in the section People Absent.

Possible Errors[edit | edit source]

  • Number 636 is empty.
  • Mr. S. Cavendish (at 656) may be an error; he may be Mr. R. Cavendish, who is already in the list (at 107)
  • The National Portrait Gallery letterpress on her portrait says that Lady Helen Stewart is Lady Mary Stewart, Helen Mary Theresa Vane-Tempest-Stewart (at 43, right after her mother in this list). Helen Stewart-Murray, daughter of the Duke of Atholl (at 657) was probably a misidentification.
  • Lord J. Blackwood (at 718) and Lady J. Blackwood (at 719) are difficult to identify given the honorifics. Possibly the J. is a typo for T. in the Times report?
  • Lady Cardrop is mentioned in the report in the Times, but I find no trace of a Cardrop; Lady Cardross is at 276.
  • The Ladies Villiers were in a quadrille with the Ladies Ker: The Ladies Ker are at 23, two women. If each woman had one sash, then there were 2 ladies Villiers and 2 ladies Ker. Lady Edith Villiers (at 282) was definitely in the Cosway quadrille; Lady M. Villiers (at 433) is probably Lady Margaret Villiers, so that might be both the Ladies Villiers. (Mr. E. Villiers is at 326.)
  • The Times article[24] lists both Mrs. George Curzon and then later Mr. and Mrs. Curzon; was George there? or was this another couple? Several people are treated this way, mentioned earlier in the Times article and then apparently showing up later, with fewer honorifics, especially if they are Hon.'s. Also, there may be duplicates because of variant spellings of the names.

List of People Who Attended[edit | edit source]

  1. Albert Edward, Prince of Wales
  2. Alexandra, Princess of Wales
  3. The Prince George of Wales, Duke of York, at this point heir to the throne. He and the Duchess of York were attended by
    1. Lady Mary Lygon (at 547)
    2. Sir Charles Cust (at 152)
  4. Mary, Duchess of York, who was Mary of Teck, in attendance on Alexandra. She and George, Duke of York were attended by
    1. Lady Mary Lygon (at 547)
    2. Sir Charles Cust (at 152)
  5. Alfred Hereditary Prince of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha (son of "Affie," Alfred, Duke of Edinburgh)
  6. Prince Christian of Schleswig-Holstein
  7. Helena Augusta Victoria, Princess Christian of Schleswig-Holstein
  8. The Grand Duke Michael of Russia
  9. Princess Louise, Duchess of Connaught and Strathearn (Princess Louise Margaret Alexandra Victoria Agnes of Prussia) (Prince Arthur, Duke of Connaught is at 369)
  10. Princess Victoria of Schleswig-Holstein (her parents, Prince and Princess Christian of Schleswig-Holstein are at 6 and 7)
  11. Francis, Duke of Teck
  12. Princess Mary Adelaide, Duchess of Teck
  13. Prince Alexander of Teck
  14. Prince Francis of Teck
  15. The Duke of Fife (the Duchess of Fife is at 177)
  16. Princess (Laura Williamina Seymour) Victor of Hohenlohe Langenburg
  17. Countess Helena Gleichen
  18. Luise Cavendish, the Duchess of Devonshire.
  19. Spencer Cavendish, Duke of Devonshire.
  20. Duke of Buccleuch, (the Duchess of Bucchleuch is at 24; the Duke and Duchess of Buccleuch attended with the "Ladies Scot": Lady Katharine Scott is at 25, Lady Constance Scott is at 26; Lady Sophie Scott, at 57, was not related)
  21. William Angus Drogo Montagu, 9th Duke of Manchester (Consuelo, Duchess of Manchester is at 175)
  22. The Duchess of Roxburghe (the Duke of Roxburghe, her son, is at 49; Lady Margaret Innes-Ker is at 23, and Lady Victoria Innes-Ker is at 668).
  23. Lady Margaret Innes-Ker (the Duchess of Roxburghe is at 22; the Duke of Roxburghe is at 49; Lady Victoria Innes-Ker is at 668).
  24. Louisa Jane Montagu Douglas Scott, Duchess of Buccleuch (the Duke of Buccleuch is at 20; the Duke and Duchess of Buccleuch attended with the "Ladies Scot"[25]; Lady Katharine Scott is at 25 and Lady Constance Scott is at 26.)
  25. Lady Katharine Scott
  26. Lady Constance Scott
  27. Algernon St. Maur, Duke of Somerset (Susan St. Maur, Duchess of Somerset at 209)
  28. William Cavendish-Bentinck, 6th Duke of Portland (Duchess of Portland at 29; Mildred Grenfell at 30)
  29. Winifred Anna Dallas-Yorke Cavendish-Bentinck, the Duchess of Portland (Duke of Portland at 28; accompanied by Mildred Grenfell, at 30)
  30. Mildred Grenfell
  31. Rachel, Countess of Dudley (William, Earl of Dudley is at 63; the Hon. Gerald Ward is at 271)
  32. The Duke of Alva— probably Carlos María Fitz-James Stuart y Palafox, 16th Duke of Alba (possibly his son, Lord Alva, is at 405)
  33. Millicent Fanny St. Clair-Erskine Leveson-Gower, Duchess of Sutherland (the Duke of Sutherland is at 624).
  34. Katherine Cavendish Grosvenor, the Duchess of Westminster (the Duke is at 173)
  35. Katherine Frances Lambton Osborne, the Duchess of Leeds, as the fictional character Lalla Rookh (the duke is at 455)
  36. Constance Villiers Stanley, Countess of Derby (the Earl of Derby is at 210)
  37. Lady Angela St. Clair-Erskine Forbes (Mr. James Stewart Forbes is at 273)
  38. Daisy (Mary Theresa) Cornwallis-West, Princess Henry of Pless (Prince Henry of Pless is at 40)
  39. The Hon. George Keppel (Alice Keppel is at 231)
  40. Prince Henry of Pless ("Daisy" Mary Theresa Cornwallis-West, Princess Henry of Pless, is at 38; "Shelagh" Constance Edwina (Miss) Cornwallis-West is at 383)
  41. Evelyn, Lady Alington (Humphrey Sturt is at 120)
  42. Theresa Chetwynd-Talbot Vane-Tempest-Stewart, Marchioness of Londonderry (the Marquess of Londonderry is at 558)
  43. Lady Mary Stewart, Helen Mary Theresa Vane-Tempest-Stewart (Helen Stewart-Murray at 657 may be a misidentification, perhaps does not belong)
  44. Lady Beatrix Petty-Fitzmaurice, daughter of the Marquess and Marchioness of Lansdowne, in attendance on the Marchioness of Londonderry (at 42). (The Marchioness of Lansdowne is at 51; the Marquess of Lansdowne is at 52; Lord Edmond Fitzmaurice is at 627; Lady C. Fitzmaurice is at 365.)
  45. Lady Beatrice Butler (Elizabeth Grosvenor Butler, the Marchioness of Ormonde, is at 373; Constance Butler is at 374)
  46. Lady Alexandra Hamilton (daughter of James Hamilton, 2nd Duke of Abercorn) (uncles Frederick Hamilton and Roland Hamilton are at 84 and 105)
  47. Miss Stirling (possibly Evelyn Mary Caroline Lilah Stirling)
  48. The Marchioness of Zetland (The Marquis of Zetland is at 59; son, Earl of Ronaldshay, is at 529)
  49. The Duke of Roxburghe (The Duchess of Roxburghe, his mother, is at 22)
  50. The Marquis of Winchester
  51. Maud Hamilton Petty-Fitzmaurice, Marchioness of Lansdowne (Beatrix Petty-FitzMauirice is at 51; the Marquess of Lansdowne is at 52; Lord Edmond Fitzmaurice is at 627; Lady C. Fitzmaurice is at 365)
  52. Henry Petty-Fitzmaurice, Marquis of Lansdowne (Beatrix Petty-FitzMauirice is at 44; the Marchioness of Lansdowne is at 51; Lord Edmond Fitzmaurice is at 627; Lady C. Fitzmaurice is at 365)
  53. Daisy, Countess of Warwick (the Earl of Warwick is at 622)
  54. Marcia Anderson-Pelham, Countess of Yarborough (the Earl is at 61)
  55. Beatrix Jane Craven, Countess Cadogan (Earl Cadogan is at 176)
  56. Lady Emily Lurgan (Lord Lurgan is at 165)
  57. Lady Sophie Scott (Sir Samuel Scott, Bart., is at 99)
  58. The Earl of Mar and Kellie (the Countess of Mar and Kellie is at 160)
  59. The Marquis of Zetland (The Marchioness of Zetland is at 48; son, Earl of Ronaldshay, is at 529)
  60. William Lygon, 7th Earl Beauchamp (Lady Mary Lygon, his sister, is at 547)
  61. Charles Anderson-Pelham, 4th Earl of Yarborough (The Countess of Yarborough is at 54)
  62. Henry Lascelles, 5th Earl Harewood (Lady Harewood is at 524)
  63. William Humble Ward, 2nd Earl of Dudley (Rachel, Countess of Dudley is at 31; the Hon. Gerald Ward is at 271)
  64. George Capell, 7th Earl Essex (the Adele Grant Cappell, Countess of Essex is at 194)
  65. Edward Villiers, 5th Earl Clarendon
  66. Count Franz Deym (Countess Deym is at 67)
  67. Countess Isabel Deym (Count Deym is at 66)
  68. Francis Egerton, 3rd Earl of Ellesmere (his daughter Lady Mabel Egerton is at 544)
  69. Charles Robert Wynn-Carington, Earl Carrington
  70. William Waldegrave Palmer, 2nd Earl of Selborne (Beatrix Palmer, Lady Selborne is at 557)
  71. Edward Montagu, 8th Earl of Sandwich
  72. Henry William Edmund Petty-FitzMaurice, Earl Kerry
  73. Charles Stewart Henry Vane-Tempest-Stewart, Viscount Castlereagh
  74. Arthur Wellesley Peel, 1st Viscount Peel (Other family members are on the same page: Miss Peel at 537, Julia Peel Maguire at 240, the Hon. George Peel at 302. Captain R. Peel at 614 is not in this immediate family.)
  75. Grace, Viscountess Raincliffe (William, Viscount Raincliffe is at 76; Lady Mildred Denison is at 283)
  76. William, Viscount Raincliffe (Grace, Viscountess Raincliffe is at 75; Lady Mildred Denison is at 283)
  77. Oliver Russell, Lord Ampthill (Margaret Russell, Lady Ampthill is at 419; Emily, Lady Ampthill is at 420; Miss Constance Russell is at 418)
  78. Giles Fox-Strangways, Lord Stavordale (Muriel Fox-Strangways is at 403)
  79. Frederick Glyn, Lord Wolverton (Edith, Lady Wolverton is at 130)
  80. Lord Rodney (Lady Rodney is at 472)
  81. Hon. R. Grosvenor (possibly Robert Victor Grosvenor, 3rd Baron Ebury; Lady Lettice Grosvenor is at 304; Lady C. Grosvenor is at 229; Lord Gerald Grosvenor is at 618; Lord Arthur Grosvenor is at 619)
  82. Seymour Henry Bathurst, 7th Earl Bathurst
  83. Hon. Grosvenor Hood
  84. Lord Frederick Hamilton (Lady Alexandra Hamilton is at 46; Lord Ronald Hamilton is at 105)
  85. Fanny Marjoribanks, Lady Tweedmouth (Edward Marjoribanks, Baron Tweedmouth is at 109; son Dudley Marjoribanks is at 319; his cousin, Duke of Roxburghe is at 49)
  86. Arthur Balfour, the Right Hon. A. J. Balfour (Miss Balfour is at 486)
  87. Algernon Borthwick, Baron Glenesk (Lady Glenesk is at 88; Oliver Borthwick is at 89; Seymour Bathurst, 7th Earl Bathurst, is at 82)
  88. Alice Borthwick, Lady Glenesk (Baron Glenesk is at 87; Oliver Borthwick is at 89; Seymour Bathurst, 7th Earl Bathurst, is at 82)
  89. Hon. Oliver Borthwick (Baron Glenesk is at 87; Lady Glenesk is at 88; Seymour Bathurst, 7th Earl Bathurst, is at 82)
  90. Minnie (Mary) Paget, Mrs. Arthur Paget (Arthur Paget is at 91)
  91. Colonel Arthur Paget (Minnie Paget is at 90)
  92. Mrs. Fanny Ronalds
  93. The Right Hon. Joseph Chamberlain (Mrs. Mary Chamberlain is at 491; Miss Chamberlain is at 492)
  94. Lady Elizabeth Harcourt (Sir William Harcourt is at 128; Lewis Harcourt is at 678)
  95. Mr. F. B. (Francis Bingham) Mildmay
  96. Captain Gordon Wilson
  97. Sir John Lister Kaye, Bart. (Lady Maria Lister Kaye is at 499)
  98. Colonel William Chaine (Maria Chaine is at 490)
  99. Sir Samuel Scott, Bart. (Lady Sophie Scott, his wife, is at 57)
  100. Mr. Gerald Loder, M.P.
  101. Charles Chetwynd-Talbot, Earl of Shrewsbury
  102. Lady Edward Cecil (Lord E. Cecil is at 411; Lord R. Cecil is at 126; Lady R. Cecil is at 450; Gwendolen Cecil is at 404)
  103. Addison Francis Baker-Cresswell (Mr. A. F. B. Cresswell)
  104. Schomberg McDonnell (Mr. Schomberg M'Donnell)
  105. Mr. Ronald Hamilton (possibly Ronald James Hamilton, nephew of the 1st Duke of Abercorn) (Lady Alexandra Hamilton is at 46; Lord Frederick Hamilton is at 84)
  106. Weston (Mr. A. W.) Jarvis
  107. Mr. R. (possibly Lord Richard) Cavendish (the Hon. Victor Cavendish is at 121; Lady E. Cavendish is at 164; Lady Edward Cavendish is at 393; Lady Moyra Cavendish is at 366)
  108. Mr. Nicolas Gourko
  109. Edward Marjoribanks, Baron Tweedmouth, as the Earl of Leicester (Fanny Marjoribanks, Lady Tweedmouth is at 85; son Dudley Marjoribanks is at 319; his cousin, Duke of Roxburghe is at 49)
  110. Cyril Flower, Lord Battersea, as Lord Hunsdon (Constance de Rothschild Flower, Lady Battersea, is at 328)
  111. Sir Charles Hartopp (Millicent, Lady Hartopp is at 488)
  112. Emma Louise von Rothschild, Lady Rothschild (Nathan Mayer de Rothschild, Lord Rothschild is at 216)
  113. Mr. Cavendish-Bentinck (Mrs. Cavendish Bentinck is 264)
  114. Sir Donald Mackenzie Wallace
  115. Mr. Montague Guest (Ivor Bertie Guest, at 295; Frederick Guest, at 345)
  116. Sir Henry Meysey-Thompson (Lady Meysey Thompson is at 391)
  117. Walter Hume Long, the Right Hon. W. H. Long, M.P. (Lady Doreen Long is at 484)
  118. Mr. Arthur Wilson
  119. Lady Edith Wilbraham (Edward Bootle-Wilbraham, Earl Lathom, is at 125; Alice Bootle-Wilbraham, Countess Lathom, is at 213)
  120. The Hon. Humphrey Sturt, M.P. (Lady Alington is at 41)
  121. The Hon. Victor Cavendish (Lady E. Cavendish is at 164; Mr. R Cavendish is at 107; Lady Edward Cavendish is at 393; Lady Moyra Cavendish is at 366)
  122. Lord James of Hereford (his niece, Miss James, is at 396)
  123. Lord Edmund Talbot
  124. Colonel Sir Charles Wyndham Murray, "Mr. C. Wyndham, M.P."
  125. Edward Bootle-Wilbraham, the Earl of Lathom (The Countess of Lathom is at 213; Lady Edith Wilbraham is at 119)
  126. Lord Robert Cecil (Lady Edward Cecil is at 102; Lord E. Cecil is at 411; Lady Robert Cecil [Eleanor Lambton Gascoyne-Cecil] is at 450; Gwendolen Cecil is at 404).
  127. Sir Charles Hall, Q.C, M.P.
  128. Sir William Harcourt (Lady Elizabeth Harcourt is at 94; Lewis Harcourt is at 678)
  129. Herbert Gardner, Lord Burghclere, as a Puritan (Lady Burghclere is at 437)
  130. Edith Glyn, Lady Wolverton (Lord Wolverton is at 79)
  131. Princess Louise Marchioness of Lorne (the Marquis of Lorne is at 631; Elspeth Campbell is at 632)
  132. Lady Randolph Churchill (her son Winston Churchill, is at 179; Jack Churchill is at 688)
  133. Alphonse Chodron de Courcel (Madame de Courcel is at 182; Mademoiselle Henriette de Courcel is at 371; Mademoiselle de Courcel is at 498)
  134. Ernest Louis, the Grand Duke of Hesse (Princess Victoria, the Grand Duchess of Hesse, is at 138).
  135. M. de Soveral
  136. Gwladys Robinson, Countess de Grey (Frederick Oliver Robinson, Earl de Grey is at 679)
    1. Ethiopian or Nubian attendant
  137. Georges de Staal
  138. Princess Victoria, the Grand Duchess of Hesse (the Grand Duke of Hesse is at 134).
  139. Archibald Primrose, 5th Earl of Rosebery.
  140. Louisa Acheson, Lady Gosford (the Earl of Gosford is at 143)
  141. John Lambton, 3rd Earl of Durham
  142. Charles Richard John "Sunny" Spencer-Churchill, the Duke of Marlborough (the Duchess of Marlborough is at 174)
  143. Archibald Acheson, 4th Earl of Gosford (Lady Gosford is at 140)
  144. Prince Charles of Denmark (Princess Charles of Denmark is at 159). The Prince and Princess Charles of Denmark were attended by
    1. Lady Suffield (at 536)
    2. Miss Charlotte Knollys (at 689)
    3. Major-General Ellis (at 709)
  145. John Spencer, Earl Spencer (Charlotte, Countess Spencer is at 192)
  146. Beatrix Herbert, the Countess of Pembroke (Sidney Herbert, Earl Pembroke is at 181; Lady Beatrix Frances Gertrude Herbert is at 658)
  147. Hardinge Stanley Giffard, Lord Halsbury (Lady Halsbury is at 515)
  148. Ana, Countess de Casa Valencia (the Count is at 183)
  149. Prince Adolphus of Teck
  150. Kathleen Pelham-Clinton, the Duchess of Newcastle (the Duke of Newcastle is at 564)
  151. Margaret "Daisy" Stuyvesant Rutherford White (Henry White is at 310)
  152. Sir Charles Cust , who accompanied the Duke and Duchess of York with Lady Mary Lygon
  153. William Court Gully Selby (Mrs. Gully is at 441; Miss Gully at 442)
  154. Clara Stone Hay (John Milton Hay is at 187; Miss Helen Hay at 508)
  155. Alice Anne Graham-Montgomery Temple-Nugent-Brydges-Chandos-Grenville Edgerton, Duchess of Buckingham (Lord Wilbraham Egerton of Tatton is at 591; Lady Gore-Langton is at 592)
  156. Princess Edward of Saxe-Weimar
  157. Lady Alice Maude Olivia Montagu Stanley (her husband Lord Edward George Villiers Stanley is at 188; Lady J. Stanley is at 250; Lady W. Stanley is at 251; an E. Stanley is at 248)
  158. Edwyn Scudamore-Stanhope, the Earl of Chesterfield
  159. Princess Charles of Denmark (Princess Maud of Wales) (Prince Charles of Denmark is at 144). The Prince and Princess Charles of Denmark were attended by
    1. Lady Suffield (at 536)
    2. Miss Charlotte Knollys (at 689)
    3. Major-General Ellis (at 709)
  160. Lady Violet (Susan Violet) Erskine, Countess of Mar and Kellie (the Earl of Mar and Kellie is at 58)
  161. Lord Charles Montagu, Charles William Augustus Montagu
  162. Mildred Cadogan, Viscountess Chelsea
  163. Henry Arthur Cadogan, Viscount Chelsea
  164. Lady E., probably Lady Evelyn, Cavendish (the Hon. Victor Cavendish is at 121; Mr. R. Cavendish is at 107; Lady Edward Cavendish is at 393; Lady Moyra Cavendish is at 366)
  165. Lord William Lurgan (Lady Lurgan is at 56)
  166. Mary Louise Douglas-Hamilton, Duchess of Hamilton
  167. Lord Kenyon, Baron Lloyd Tyrell-Kenyon.
  168. Georgiana Elizabeth Spencer-Churchill Curzon, Viscountess Curzon (Viscount Curzon is at 197)
  169. Robert Crewe-Milnes, Earl of Crewe
  170. The Duke of Montrose (the Duchess of Montrose is at 186)
  171. Viscount Garnet Wolseley (Lady Wolseley is at 541; Miss Wolseley is at 542)
  172. Evelyn Edward Thomas Boscawen, 7th Viscount Falmouth (Lady Falmouth is at 471)
  173. Hugh Grosvenor, Duke of Westminster (the Duchess of Westminster is at 34)
  174. Consuelo Vanderbilt Spencer-Churchill, Duchess of Marlborough (The Duke of Marlborough is at 142)
  175. Consuelo, Duchess of Manchester (William, Duke of Manchester is at 21)
  176. Earl Cadogan (Countess Cadogan is 55).
  177. Princess Royal, Louise, Duchess of Fife (the Duke of Fife is at 15)
  178. M. de Souza Correa (João Arthur Souza Corrêa)
  179. Winston Churchill (his mother, Lady Randolph Churchill, is at 132; his brother, Jack Churchill, is at 688)
  180. Albert, Count Mensdorff
  181. Sidney Herbert, 14th Earl of Pembroke (Beatrix Countess of Pembroke is at 146; Lady Beatrix Frances Gertrude Herbert is at 658)
  182. Madame de Courcel (Alphonse Chodron de Courcel is at 133; Mademoiselle Henriette de Courcel is at 371; Mademoiselle de Courcel is at 498)
  183. Count Casa de Valencia (the Countess is at 148)
  184. Sophia Nicholaievna, Countess Torbi or Torby
  185. Lord Ribblesdale: Thomas Lister, 4th Baron Ribblesdale (Lady Ribblesdale is at 206)
  186. The Duchess of Montrose (the Duke of Montrose is at 170)
  187. John Milton Hay (Clara Stone Hay is at 154; Helen Hay at 508)
  188. Lord Edward George Villiers Stanley (Lady A. Stanley [Lady Alice Maude Olivia Montagu Stanley] was also seated at supper, is at 157)
  189. Lord Rowton (Montagu William Lowry-Corry, 1st Baron Rowton).
  190. Lady H. Lennox sat at Table 9 [still unidentified but prominent enough to be in the first supper seating. Look for another Lennox in that seating?].
  191. Countess Clary: Thérèse, Countess Clary-Aldringen (Count Siegfried Clary is at 205; Count Charles Kinsky is at 575; Countess Josephine Kinsky is at 394)
  192. Charlotte, Countess Spencer (John, Earl Spencer is at 145)
  193. Lily, Duchess of Marlborough (William Beresford is at 581)
  194. Adele Grant Cappell, Countess Essex (George Capell, Earl of Essex is at 64)
  195. The Maharajah of Kapurthala
  196. Cicely Gascoyne-Cecil, Viscountess Cranborne (Lord Cranborne is at 610)
  197. Richard George Penn, Viscount Curzon (Georgiana, Viscountess Curzon is at 168; Countess Howe is at 489)
  198. Georgina, Lady Dudley (Rachel, Countess of Dudley is at 31; William, Earl of Dudley is at 63; the Hon. Gerald Ward is at 271)
  199. Windham, Earl of Dunraven (Florence, Countess of Dunraven is at 606)
  200. Ettie (Mrs. W. H.) Grenfell (Mr. W. H. Grenfell is at 222; Miss Mildred Grenfell is at 30)
  201. Hugo Charteris, Lord Elcho (Mary Charteris, Lady Elcho is at 224)
  202. Louise (Mrs. Arthur) Sassoon (Mr. Arthur Sassoon is at 601; Evelyn de Rothschild, at 669, and Anthony de Rothschild, at 670
  203. Henry, Earl of Suffolk (Lady Suffolk is at 538)
  204. Lady Hastings : Elizabeth Evelyn Harbord Astley (Lord Hastings is at 425)
  205. Count Clary, Siegfried Graf von Clary und Aldringen (Countess Thérèse Clary is at 191; Count Charles Kinsky is at 575; Countess Josephine Kinsky is at 394)
  206. Lady Ribblesdale: Charlotte, Baroness Ribblesdale (Lord Ribblesdale is at 185)
  207. Nellie, Countess of Kilmorey
  208. Lowry Egerton Cole, 4th Earl of Enniskillen (Charlotte, Countess of Enniskillen is at 597; Lady Florence Cole is at 239)
  209. Susan St. Maur, Duchess of Somerset (Algernon St. Maur, Duke of Somerset is at 27)
  210. Frederick Arthur Stanley, 16th Earl of Derby (Constance, Countess of Derby is at 36)
  211. Grace, Countess of Lonsdale (Hugh Cecil Lowther, Earl of Lonsdale is at 225)
  212. Mr. Goschen : George Joachim Goschen (Mrs. Lucy Goschen is at 423; Miss Goschen is at 424)
  213. Lady Alice Villiers Bootle-Wilbraham, the Countess of Lathom (Edward Bootle-Wilbraham, Earl Lathom is at 125; Lady Edith Wilbraham is at 119).
  214. The Hon. Reginald Lister
  215. Lady Helen Venetia Duncombe Vincent (Sir Edgar Vincent is at 226)
  216. Nathan Mayer de Rothschild, Lord Rothschild, as a Swiss Burgher (Cyril Flower, Lord Battersea is at 110; Emma Louise von Rothschild, Lady Rothschild is at 112; Constance de Rothschild Flower, Lady Battersea, is at 328; Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild is at 330; Mr. Leopold de Rothschild, is at 567; Mrs. L. (Marie Perugia) Rothschild, is at 568; Alfred Rothschild is at 633; Louisa Montefiore, Lady de Rothschild is at 674)
  217. Margot Asquith (Herbert Henry Asquith is at 381)
  218. Colonel Laurence Oliphant
  219. Sybil Fane, Countess of Westmorland (Anthony Mildmay Fane, Earl of Westmorland is at 257)
  220. Lady Cynthia Graham of Netherby (Sir Richard Graham is at 464)
  221. Mr. George Wyndham
  222. Mr. William Henry Grenfell (Ethel Grenfell is at 200; Miss Mildred Grenfell is at 30)
  223. Jack Churchill (his mother, Lady Randolph Churchill, is at 132; his brother, Winston Churchill, is at 179)
  224. Mary Charteris, Lady Elcho (Hugo Charteris, Lord Elcho is at 201)
  225. Hugh Cecil Lowther, 5th Earl of Lonsdale (Grace, Countess of Lonsdale is at 211)
  226. Sir Edgar Vincent (Lady Helen Vincent is at 215)
  227. Miss West was among the Suite of Ladies in the Oriental procession (MornPost Fancy 1897-07-03, Times 1897-07-03). Cornwallis-West? She's listed with Mary Goelet, Lady C. Grosvenor, Miss Oppenheim; did they know each other? Would this lead to identifying her?
  228. Mary Goelet, Miss Ogden Göelet (Mr. Ogden Göelet is at 502; Mrs. May Göelet is at 503)
  229. Lady C. Grosvenor (Lady Lettice Grosvenor is at 304; a Hon. R. Grosvenor is at 81; Lord Gerald Grosvenor is at 618; Lord Arthur Grosvenor is at 619)
  230. Miss Rosalinda Oppenheim (Henry Oppenheim is at 397; Mrs. Isabel Oppenheim is at 408)
  231. Alice Keppel (George Keppel is at 39).
  232. Wilfred Wilson
  233. Arthur B. Portman
  234. Gordon Wood
  235. The Hon. Algernon Bourke (Guendoline Bourke is at 236)
  236. Hon. Mrs. A. (Guendoline) Bourke (Algernon Bourke is at 235)
  237. Gerald Paget Paget (Mrs. Arthur Paget is at 90; Arthur Paget is at 91)
  238. Lady Violet de Trafford
  239. Lady Florence Cole (Lowry, Earl of Inneskillen is at 208; Charlotte, Countess Inneskillen is at 597)
  240. Hon. Mrs. Julia Peel Maguire. (Mr. Rochfort Maguire is at 241; Arthur Wellesley Peel, 1st Viscount Peel is at 74; Miss Peel at 537; the Hon. George Peel is at 302; Captain R. Peel is at 614)
  241. Mr. Rochfield Maguire
  242. Miss Muriel Wilson
  243. Helena Violet Alice Fraser ("Miss Keith Fraser") (Captain Keith Fraser is at 244)
  244. Keith Alexander Fraser ("Captain Fraser") (Helena Violet Alice Fraser is at 243)
  245. Marie Hope-Vere.
  246. Alexandra Harriet Paget, Lady Colebrooke.
  247. Mrs. Leo was in the Duchess procession.
  248. E. Stanley
  249. Right Hon. George Frederick Stanley
  250. Lady J. Stanley
  251. Hon. F. C. Stanley (Ferdinand Charles Stanley)
  252. L. Brassey
  253. Mr. Harold Brassey
  254. Lady A. Acheson (Lady Alexandra Louise Elizabeth Acheson)
  255. Lord Acheson (Archibald Charles Montagu Brabazon Acheson)
  256. Lady Mary Milner Gerard
  257. Anthony Mildmay Julian Fane, 13th Earl of Westmorland (Sybil Fane, Countess of Westmorland is at 219)
  258. Mrs. Talbot
  259. Miss de Brienen (Baron Brienen is at 465; Baroness Brienen is at 466)
  260. Mrs. Leonie Leslie (Col. John Leslie is at 261)
  261. Colonel John Leslie (Leonie Leslie is at 260)
  262. Lord Henry Cavendish Bentinck (Lady Olivia Cavendish Bentinck is at 263; Lady Ottoline Cavendish-Bentinck is at 543)
  263. Lady Olivia Cavendish Bentinck (Lord Henry Cavendish Bentinck is at 262; Lady Ottoline Cavendish-Bentinck (is at 543)
  264. Mrs. Cavendish Bentinck (Mr. Cavendish Bentinck is at 113)
  265. Count Heeren
  266. Mrs. H. T. Barclay
  267. Mr. H. T. Barclay
  268. Mr. A. M. Biddulph, possibly Algernon Myddleton Biddulph
  269. Lord Romilly, probably John Gaspard le Marchant Romilly, 3rd Baron Romilly
  270. Captain Cook
  271. The Hon. Gerald Ward (the Countess of Dudley is at 31; William, Earl of Dudley is at 63; Georgina Lady Dudley is at 198)
  272. The Hon. Cecil Campbell
  273. Mr. James Stewart Forbes (Lady Angela Forbes is at 37)
  274. Mr. C. H. Wellesley Wilson
  275. Lord Shipley Cardross (Lady Rosalie Cardross is at 276; the Hon. Muriel Erskine is at 278)
  276. Lady Rosalie Cardross (Lord Shipley Cardross is at 276; the Hon. Muriel Erskine is at 278)
  277. Mr. Herbert Marmaduke Joseph Stourton
  278. The Hon. Muriel Erskine (Lord Shipley Cardross is at 275; Lady Rosalie Cardross is at 276)
  279. Mr. Elliot (the Right Hon. Sir Henry Elliot) (Lady Minto is at 544)
  280. M. Boulatzell
  281. Lady Margaret Spicer (Captain John Spicer is at 410)
  282. Lady Edith Villiers (more at 397; Earl Clarendon is at 65; Lord Hyde is at 294)
  283. Lady Mildred Denison (Grace, Viscountess Raincliffe is at 75; William, Viscount Raincliffe is at 76)
  284. Lady St. Oswald (Lord St. Oswald is at 650)
  285. Miss Blanche Forbes (Mr. James Stewart Forbes is at 273; Lady Angela Forbes is at 37)
  286. Mr. Schreiber, Charles Shuldham Schreiber
  287. Mrs. Higgins
  288. Mr. Higgins
  289. Mrs. Mary Von André (Herr Adolf Von André is at 386)
  290. Walter Murray Guthrie (Olive Guthrie is at 291)
  291. Mrs. Olive Guthrie (Walter Murray Guthrie is at 290)
  292. Lady Alice Eleanor Louise Montagu (escorted by Lord Stavordale, at 78)
  293. Miss Enid Wilson
  294. George Herbert Hyde Villiers, Lord Hyde (Earl Clarendon is at 65; Lady Edith Villiers is at 282)
  295. Hon. Ivor Guest (Montague Guest, at 115; Frederick Guest, at 345)
  296. The Hon. Seymour Fortescue
  297. The Hon. Sidney Greville
  298. The Hon. Margaret (Mrs. Ronald) Greville (where was Ronald Greville?)
  299. The Hon. Mrs. Greville (probably not 298?)
  300. Mr. Clarence Wilson
  301. The Hon. Mrs. George Curzon (The Hon. George Curzon is at 495)
  302. The Hon. George Peel (Arthur Wellesley Peel, 1st Viscount Peel is at 74; other family members are on the same page: Miss Peel at 537, Julia Peel Maguire at 240, a Captain R. Peel at 614 is not in this immediate family.)
  303. The Hon. Evan Charteris.
  304. Lady Lettice Grosvenor (Lady C. Grosvenor is at 229; a Hon. R. Grosvenor is at 81; Lord Gerald Grosvenor is at 618; Lord Arthur Grosvenor is at 619)
  305. Lord Alexander Thynne
  306. Possibly Hon. Francis Cecil Brownlow, the Hon. Cecil Brownlow
  307. Mr. Herbert Wilson
  308. Mrs. Marion Leigh (Captain Gerard Leigh is at 570; Lady Rose Leigh is at 337; John Blundell Leigh is at 602)
  309. Katherine Mary Drummond
  310. Mr. Henry White (Margaret "Daisy" Stuyvesant Rutherford White is at 151)
  311. Mr. Norton (MornPost Fancy 1897-07-03) or Mr. Morton (Times 1897-07-03) was dressed as Guyman di Silva in the 17th-century procession.
  312. Mr. Jean Béraud
  313. Mr. Ernest William Beckett (Mr. Gervase Beckett is at 483; Mabel Beckett is at 359; Mr. Rupert Beckett is at 481; Muriel Beckett is at 482)
  314. Mr. H. Warrender, probably Hugh Valdave Warrender (Captain Warrender, probably George John Scott Warrender, is at 519; Lady Maud Warrender is at 520)
  315. Sir Francis Jeune attended with (Lady Susan Jeune is at 551; Miss Madeline Stanley is at 552)
  316. Violet Countess of Powis
  317. George Earl of Powis
  318. Mrs. Arthur (Mary Venetia) James (Mr. Arthur James is at 480)
  319. Hon. D. Marjoribanks (Fanny Lady Tweedmouth is at 85; Baron Tweedmouth is at 109; Henry Duke of Roxburghe is at 49; two "brother officers" are at 637 and 638)
  320. Mr. Ephrussi
  321. Captain Mann Thomson
  322. Mr. Rose
  323. Sir A. Edmonstone
  324. Lady Edmonstone
  325. Mr. Henry Holden
  326. Mr. E. Villiers
  327. Arthur Earl of Arran
  328. Constance de Rothschild Flower, Lady Battersea (Cyril Flower, Lord Battersea is at 110)
  329. Rosamond Fellowes, Lady de Ramsey
  330. Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild (Marie Perugia [Mrs. Leopold] Rothschild is at 568)
  331. Mr. Godfrey Webb
  332. The Hon. S. (George William Spencer) Lyttelton
  333. Lady Blanche Gordon-Lennox (Lord Algernon Gordon Lennox is at 623)
  334. Lady Harriet Burton (Nellie Baillie is at 675; Hamar Bass is at 438; Louisa Bass is at 439)
  335. Lord Michael Burton (Nellie Baillie is at 675; Hamar Bass is at 438; Louisa Bass is at 439)
  336. Florence Canning, Lady Garvagh
  337. Lady Rose Leigh (John Blundell Leigh is at 602; Mrs. Marion Leigh is at 308; Captain Gerard Leigh is at 570)
  338. Mrs. Zoë Farquharson (Alexander Farquharson is at 458)
  339. Miss Naylor
  340. The Hon. Mrs. Sackville West
  341. Lord Camden: John Pratt, 4th Marquess Camden
  342. Lord Annaly: Luke White, Baron Annaly
  343. John George Stewart-Murray, Marquess of Tullibardine
  344. Lord George Stewart-Murray
  345. Hon. Frederick Edward Guest
  346. Captain the Hon. W. Lambton
  347. Captain Gilbert Elliot
  348. Mr. Frank Dugdale (Lady Eva Dugdale is at 409)
  349. Mr. Clive Wilson
  350. Mr. W. M. Lowe
  351. Mr. Arnold Morley
  352. Mr. Francis Gathorne-Hardy
  353. Charles William Reginald Duncombe, Viscount Helmsley
  354. Muriel Duncombe Owen, Viscountess Helmsley
  355. Evelyn McGarel-Hogg, Lady Magheramorne
  356. Lady Aline Beaumont (Mr. Wentworth Beaumont is at 468)
  357. Earl of Ava: Archibald Hamilton-Temple-Blackwood
  358. Mr. C. Willoughby
  359. Mrs. G. Beckett: Mrs. Mabel Beckett (Mr. Gervase Beckett is at 483)
  360. Miss Emilia Yznaga
  361. Count Hadik
  362. Lady Hilda Brodrick (St. John Brodrick is at 368)
  363. Mr. Jack Graham Menzies
  364. Evelyn Elizabeth Forbes James
  365. Lady C. FitzMaurice (Lord Edmond Fitzmaurice is at 627)
  366. Lady Moyra Cavendish (Mr. R. Cavendish: Richard Frederick Cavendish is at 107)
  367. James Somerville, 2nd Baron Athlumney
  368. Mr. Brodrick: St. John Brodrick (Lady H. Brodrick is at 362)
  369. Prince Arthur, Duke of Connaught (Princess Louise, Duchess of Connaught is at 9)
  370. Princess Victoria of Wales
  371. Mademoiselle Henriette de Courcel (Alphonse de Courcel is at 133; Marie-Elisabeth de Courcel is at 182; Mademoiselle de Courcel is at 498)
  372. Lady May Julia Child-Villiers
  373. Elizabeth Grosvenor Butler, the Marchioness of Ormonde (Beatrice Butler is at 45; Constance Butler is at 374)
  374. Constance Butler (Beatrice Butler is at 45; the Marchioness of Ormonde is at 373)
  375. Mabel, Lady Ashburton (Francis, Baron Ashburton is at 376)
  376. Francis, Baron Ashburton (Mabel, Lady Ashburton is at 375)
  377. Lady Archibald Campbell
  378. Mrs. Susannah Wilson Graham Menzies (Jack Graham Menzies is at 363)
  379. Mr. Henry Chaplin (Hon. Edith Helen Chaplin is at 407; Eric Chaplin is at 616)
  380. Sir Horace Farquhar, Bart. (Lady Emilie Farquhar is at 648)
  381. The Right Hon. H. H. (Herbert Henry) Asquith (Margot Asquith is at 217)
  382. Edward Cecil Guiness, Lord Iveagh (Adelaide Guiness, Lady Iveagh is at 440)
  383. Shelagh (Constance Edwina) Cornwallis-West
  384. Mr. Alfred Beit
  385. Captain George Holford
  386. Herr Adolf Von André (Mrs. Mary Von André is at 289)
  387. Pierre Louis Leopold d'Hautpoul, Marquis d'Hautpoul
  388. Julia Caroline Stonor d'Hautpoul, the Marquise d'Hautpoul
  389. Hon. Harry Julian Stonor
  390. Mrs. Adair
  391. Lady Ethel Meysey Thompson (Sir Henry Meysey-Thompson is at 116)
  392. Lady Sarah Wilson
  393. Lady Edward Cavendish
  394. Countess Josephine Kinsky (Countess Thérèse Clary is at 191; Count Siegfried Clary is at 205; Count Charles Kinsky is at 575)
  395. Mary (Mrs. Arthur) Wilson
  396. Miss James (Lord James of Hereford is at 122)
  397. Henry Maurice William Oppenheim (Mrs. Oppenheim is at 408; Miss Rosalina Oppenheim is at 230)
  398. The Hon. Bridget Harbord (Lord Suffield is at 535; Lady Suffield is at 536)
  399. Candida Hay, Marchioness of Tweeddale (the Marquis of Tweeddale is at 400), accompanied by two sons dressed as pages:
    1. Lord William George Montagu Hay
    2. Lord Arthur Vincent Hay
  400. William Montagu Hay, the Marquis of Tweeddale (The Marchioness of Tweeddale is at 399)
  401. Lady Evelyn Ewart (Sir Henry Ewart is at 430)
  402. Lady Hilda FitzRoy, Baroness Southampton (Baron Southampton is at 569)
  403. Lady Muriel Fox Strangways (Giles Fox-Strangways, Lord Stavordale is at 78)
  404. Lady Gwendolen Cecil
  405. Lord Alva: Jacobo Fitz-James Stuart y Falcó (Carlos Duke Alba is at 32)
  406. Miss Seymour
  407. Miss Chaplin, probably Hon. Edith Helen Chaplin (Henry Chaplin is at 379; Eric Chaplin is at 616)
  408. Mrs. Openheim: Mrs. Isabella Oppenheim (Mr. Henry Oppenheim is at 397; Miss Rosalina Oppenheim is at 230)
  409. Lady Eva Dugdale (Mr. Frank Dugdale is at 348)
  410. Captain John Spicer (Lady Margaret Spicer is at 281)
  411. Lord Edward Cecil (Edward Herbert Gascoyne-Cecil) (Lady Edward Cecil is at 102; Lord R. Cecil is at 126).
  412. Mr. C. Wilson: Charles Henry Wilson
  413. Mrs. C. Wilson: Florence Wilson
  414. Sir Henry Irving
  415. Colonel Charles Edward Swaine
  416. Lord Rosslyn: James, 5th Earl of Rosslyn
  417. Lady Rosslyn: Violet, Countess of Rosslyn
  418. Miss Constance Russell (Lord Ampthill is at 77; Margaret Russell, Lady Ampthill is at 419; Emily, Lady Ampthill is at 420)
  419. Margaret Russell, Lady Ampthill (Lord Ampthill is at 77)
  420. Emily, Lady Ampthill (Lord Ampthill is at 77)
  421. Mr. Anstruther
  422. Mrs. Anstruther
  423. Mrs. Goschen: Lucy Goschen (G. J. Goschen is at 212\)
  424. Miss Goschen (G. J. Goschen is at 212)
  425. Lord Hastings: George Manners Astley, 20th Baron Hastings (Lady Hastings is at 204)
  426. Florence Chetwynd, Marchioness of Hastings
  427. Miss Chetwynd
  428. Mr. Henri Louis Bischoffsheim
  429. Mrs. Clarissa Bischoffsheim
  430. Sir Henry Ewart (Lady Evelyn Ewart is at at 401)
  431. Lord Jersey: Victor Child-Villiers, 7th Earl of Jersey
  432. Lady Jersey: Margaret Child-Villiers, Countess of Jersey
  433. Lady Margaret Villiers
  434. Lord Alwyne Frederick Compton
  435. Lady Mary Compton
  436. Sir Bartle Frere
  437. Winifred Gardner, Lady Burghclere (Lord Burghclere is at at 129)
  438. Mr. Hamar Bass (Lady Harriet Burton is at 334; Lord Michael Burton is at 335; Nellie Baillie is at 675)
  439. Mrs. Hamar Bass (Lady Harriet Burton is at 334; Lord Michael Burton is at 335; Nellie Baillie is at 675)
  440. Adelaide Guiness, Lady Iveagh (Edward Cecil Guiness, Lord Iveagh is at 382)
  441. Elizabeth Selby Gully (William Court Gully is at 153)
  442. Elizabeth Kate Shelley Gully (William Court Gully is at 153)
  443. Lord Feversham: William Ernest Duncombe, 1st Earl of Feversham
  444. Lady Feversham: Mabel Duncombe, Countess Feversham
  445. Mr. Tadeschi
  446. James McGarel-Hogg, Lord Magheramorne (Lady Magheramorne is at 355)
  447. Lord Granby: Henry John Brinsley Manners
  448. Lady Granby: Violet Manners
  449. Sir Allen Young
  450. Lady Robert Cecil (Eleanor Lambton Gascoyne-Cecil) (Lord Robert Cecil is at 126; Lord E. Cecil is at 411; Lady E. Cecil is at 102; Lady Gwendolen Cecil is at 404).
  451. General Reginald Talbot: General Reginald Chetwynd-Talbot (Mrs. Talbot, Margaret Jane Stuart-Wortley Chetwynd-Talbot is at 485; many Talbots attended; these are Chetwynd-Talbots)
  452. Mr. Ludwig Neumann.
  453. Lady Alicia Duncombe
  454. Mr. Alfred Duncombe (Lady Florence Duncombe is at 456)
  455. George Godolphin Osborne, the 10th Duke of Leeds (the duchess is at 35).
  456. Lady Florence Duncombe (Alfred Duncombe is at 454)
  457. Mrs. Owen Williams
  458. Mr. Alexander Farquharson (Zoë Farquharson is at 338)
  459. Lord Dalkeith (John Charles Montagu Douglas Scott, Earl of Dalkeith).
  460. Lady Dalkeith (Margaret Montagu-Douglas-Scott, Countess of Dalkeith).
  461. The Earl of Euston
  462. Mr. Ernest Joseph Cassel
  463. Lady Cromer
  464. Sir R. Graham. The Times article lists Sir R. and Lady C. Graham (Times 1897-07-03); Lady Cynthia Graham is at 220.
  465. Baron Brienen (Miss Brienen is at 259)
  466. Baroness Brienen (Miss Brienen is at 259)
  467. Lady Esther Gore Smith
  468. Mr. Beaumont: Wentworth Canning Blackett Beaumont (Lady Aline Beaumont is at 356)
  469. Lady M. Greville
  470. Mr. Greville (listed in the Times as Mr. and Lady M. Greville)
  471. Kathleen Douglas-Pennant Boscawen, Viscountess Falmouth (Viscount Falmouth is at 172)
  472. Lady Rodney: Corisande Rodney (Lord Rodney is at 80)
  473. Lord Landsdowne
  474. Lady Landsdowne
  475. Mr. C. Sykes
  476. Sir M. Hicks-Beach
  477. Lady Lucy Hicks-Beach
  478. Lord Leconfield
  479. Lady Leconfield
  480. Mr. Arthur James (Mrs. [Mary Venetia] Arthur James is at 318)
  481. Mr. Rupert Beckett (Muriel (Mrs. R.) Beckett is at 482; Mr. Gervase Beckett is at 483; Mabel (Mrs. G.) Beckett is at 359; Mr. Ernest William Beckett is at 313).
  482. Muriel (Mrs. R.) Beckett (Mr. Rupert Beckett is at 481; Mr. Gervase Beckett is at 483; Mabel (Mrs. G.) Beckett is at 359; Mr. Ernest William Beckett is at 313).
  483. Mr. Gervase Beckett (Mabel [Mrs. G.] Beckett is at 359; Muriel (Mrs. R.) Beckett is at 482; Mr. Rupert Beckett is at 481; Mr. Ernest William Beckett is at 313).
  484. Lady Doreen Long (Walter Hume Long is at 117)
  485. Mrs. Talbot: Margaret Jane Stuart-Wortley Chetwynd-Talbot (General Reginald Talbot is at 451; many Talbots attended; these are Chetwynd-Talbots)
  486. Miss Balfour (Arthur Balfour is at 86)
  487. Mr. Lu Rack
  488. Millicent, Lady Hartopp (Sir Charles Hartopp is at 111)
  489. Lady Howe (Isabella Maria Katherine Anson Curzon-Howe, Countess Howe) (Viscount Curzon is at 197).
  490. Maria Chaine (Colonel William Chaine is at 98).
  491. Mrs. Mary Chamberlain (Joseph Chamberlain is at 93; Miss Chamberlain is at 492)
  492. Miss Beatrice (?) Chamberlain (Joseph Chamberlain is at 93; Mrs. Chamberlain is at 491).
  493. Mr. R. Spencer (Charles Robert Spencer)
  494. Mrs. R. Spencer (Margaret Baring Spencer)
  495. Mr. George Curzon (The Hon. Mrs. George Curzon is at 301)
  496. Lord Farrar Herschell.
  497. Lady Agnes Herschell.
  498. Mademoiselle de Courcel (Alphonse de Courcel is at 133; Marie-Elisabeth de Courcel is at 182; Mademoiselle Henriette de Courcel is at 371)
  499. Lady "Natica" Maria Lister Kaye (Sir John Lister Kaye is at 97).
  500. Lord Milton (Viscount Billy" Charles de Meuron Wentworth-Fitzwilliam)
  501. Lady Milton (Maud Frederica Elizabeth Dundas Wentworth-Fitzwilliam)
  502. Mr. Ogden Göelet (Mrs. May Göelet is at 503; Mary Goelet, Miss Ogden Göelet is at 228)
  503. Mrs. May Göelet (Mr. Ogden Göelet is at 502; Mary Goelet, Miss Ogden Göelet is at 228)
  504. Mr. W. Boyle
  505. Mrs. Hartman: possibly Mrs. Eliza Hartmann
  506. Mr. Louis Flower
  507. Major Drummond: Laurence Drummond
  508. Helen Hay (Clara Stone Hay is at 154; John Milton Hay is at 187)
  509. Hon. Mr. Algernon Grosvenor.
  510. Mrs. Algernon (Catherine) Grosvenor.
  511. Mr. Bourke (see the Hon. A. Bourke at 235?)
  512. Mrs. Bourke (see the Hon. Mrs. A. Bourke at 236?)
  513. Mr. Broderick
  514. Lady Hilda Broderick
  515. Wilhelmina Giffard, Lady Halsbury (Lord Halsbury is at 147)
  516. The Countess of Leicester, Georgina Cavendish Coke
  517. Lord Carnarvon
  518. Lady Carnarvon
  519. Captain Warrender, George John Scott Warrender (Lady Maud Warrender is at 520; Mr. H. Warrender, probably Hugh Valdave Warrender is at 314).
  520. Lady Maud Warrender (Captain Warrender, George John Scott Warrender is at 519; Mr. H. Warrender, probably Hugh Valdave Warrender is at 314).
  521. Major Vesey Dawson.
  522. Mr. Arthur Walsh
  523. Lady Clementine Walsh
  524. Lady Harewood (the Earl of Harewood is at 62).
  525. Lord George Stewart-Murray
  526. Lord George Scott
  527. Captain Hugh Frazer
  528. Miss Frazer
  529. Lawrence John Lumley Dundas, Earl of Ronaldshay (his father, Marquess of Zetland is at 59, and his mother, Marchioness of Zetland is at 48).
  530. Mr. Brassey, Henry Leonard Campbell Brassey
  531. Lady Violet Brassey
  532. Mr. Grey Duberlay
  533. Mr. Barclay (but not H. T. Barclay? If yes, then they're listed twice in the Times, once in a procession and once as having attended.)
  534. Mrs. Barclay (but not Mrs. H. T. Barclay? If yes, then they're listed twice in the Times, once in a procession and once as having attended.)
  535. Charles, Lord Suffield
  536. Cecilia, Lady Suffield
  537. Miss Peel (Arthur Wellesley Peel, 1st Viscount Peel is at 74; other family members are on the same page: Julia Peel Maguire at 240, the Hon. George Peel at 302. Captain R. Peel at 614 is not in this immediate family.)
  538. Lady Suffolk: Mary, Countess of Suffolk (Henry, Earl of Suffolk is at 203)
  539. The Hon. Harriet Phipps
  540. The Earl of Scarbrough
  541. Lady Louisa Wolseley (Viscount Garnet Wolseley is at 171; Miss Frances Wolseley is at 542)
  542. Miss Wolseley, Frances Wolseley (Viscount Wolseley is at 171; Lady Louisa Wolseley is at 541)
  543. Lady Ottoline Cavendish-Bentinck (Lord Henry Cavendish Bentinck is at 262; Lady Olivia Cavendish Bentinck is at 263)
  544. Mary Caroline Grey Elliot-Murray-Kynynmound, Countess Minto
  545. Lord Balcarres
  546. Sir Edward Poynter. "Notable" was <quote>Sir Edward Poynter as Titian</quote> (Times 1897-07-03; Carlisle Patriot 1897-07-09).
  547. Lady Mary Lygon (with Charles Cust, at 152, attended the Duke and Duchess of York, at 3 and 4l her brother William Lygon, Earl Beauchamp, is at 60).
  548. Mr. B. Bathurst
  549. Mr. William Portal
  550. Mrs. Florence Portal
  551. Lady Susan Mary Elizabeth ( Stanley) Jeune (Sir Francis Jeune is at 315; Miss Stanley is at 552)
  552. Madeline Cecilia Carlyle Stanley (Sir Francis Jeune is at 315; Lady Susan Mary Elizabeth Stanley Jeune is at 551)
  553. The Marquis of Tallibardine
  554. Lady Mabel Egerton (with her father, the Earl of Ellesmere, at 68)
  555. Sir W. Hart Dyke
  556. Lady Emily Hart Dyke
  557. Beatrix Palmer, Lady Selborne (the Earl of Selborne is at 70).
  558. Charles Vane-Tempest-Stewart, the Marquis of Londonderry (the Marchioness of Londonderry is at 42)
  559. Henry Strutt, Baron Belper (Margaret, Lady Belper is at 560; the Hon. Miss Strutt is at 561).
  560. Margaret, Lady Belper (Henry Strutt, Baron Belper is at 559; the Hon. Miss Strutt is at 561).
  561. Hon. Miss Strutt, probably Norah Strutt (Margaret, Lady Belper is at 560; Henry Strutt, Baron Belper is at 559).
  562. Mr. Somerset Hughes-Onslow
  563. Sir George Arthur
  564. Henry Pelham-Clinton, the Duke of Newcastle (the Duchess is at 150)
  565. The Hon. Claude Hay
  566. Mrs. Claude Hay, attending with the Hon. Claude Hay
  567. Mr. Leopold Rothschild (Mrs. L. Rothschild, Marie Perugia Rothschild, is at 568)
  568. Mrs. L. (Marie Perugia) Rothschild (sons Evelyn Achille de Rothschild, at 669, and Anthony Gustav de Rothschild, at 670; Mr. Leopold de Rothschild, is at 567).
  569. Charles FitzRoy, Baron Southampton (Hilda FitzRoy, Lady Southampton is at 402)
  570. Captain Gerard Leigh (Mrs. Marion Leigh is at 308)
  571. (Mr. R.) Reuben David Sassoon
  572. Miss Sassoon
  573. François, Marquis de Jancourt
  574. Victoria Lina, Marchioness de Jancourt
  575. Count Charles Kinsky (Count Siegfried Clary is at 205; Countess Thérèse Clary is at 191; Countess Josephine Kinsky is at 394)
  576. Captain Philip Green
  577. Mrs. Philip Green
  578. Marquis Paulac Montagliari
  579. Mr. Alfred Lyttelton
  580. Mrs. Edith Sophy Balfour Lyttelton
  581. Lord William Beresford (Lily, Duchess of Marlborough is at 193)
  582. Lord Basil Blackwood
  583. Mr. Hall Walker.
  584. Mrs. Sophie Walker.
  585. Lord George Charles Bingham (Lady Violet Bingham is at 586).
  586. Lady Violet Bingham (Lord George Charles Bingham is at 586).
  587. Mr. Almeric FitzRoy
  588. Mrs. Almeric FitzRoy
  589. Colonel Talbot (many Talbots attended; these are Chetwynd-Talbots)
  590. Mrs. Talbot (attending with Colonel Talbot)
  591. Lord Wilbraham Egerton of Tatton (Alice Anne Graham-Montgomery Temple-Nugent-Brydges-Chandos-Grenville Edgerton, Duchess of Buckingham is at 155); Lady Gore-Langton is at 592).
  592. Lady Caroline Jemima Elizabeth Gore-Langton (Alice Anne Graham-Montgomery Temple-Nugent-Brydges-Chandos-Grenville Edgerton, Duchess of Buckingham is at 155); Lord Wilbraham Egerton of Tatton is at 591).
  593. Sir Ralph Blois.
  594. Lord Hillingdon: Charles Henry Mills, 1st Baron Hillingdon of Hillingdon
  595. Lady Hillingdon: Lady Louisa Isabella Lascelles Mills, Baroness Hillingdon
  596. Miss Mills: the Hon. Violet Mills
  597. Charlotte, Countess of Enniskillen (Lowry, Earl of Enniskillen is at 208; Lady Florence Cole is at 239)
  598. Sir Maurice FitzGerald.
  599. Lady Amelia FitzGerald.
  600. Mr. Meyer Watson (identification highly uncertain)
  601. Mr. Arthur Sassoon (Louise [Mrs. Arthur] Sassoon is at 202)
  602. John Blundell Leigh (Lady Rose Leigh is at 337; Mrs. Marion Leigh is at 308; Captain Gerard Leigh is at 570)
  603. Hon. Mr. Reginald Baliol Brett
  604. Hon. Mrs. Eleanor Brett
  605. Prince Victor Duleep Singh.
  606. Florence, Countess of Dunraven (Windham, Earl of Dunraven is at 199)
  607. Algernon Keith-Falconer, 9th Earl of Kintore (Sydney, Countess Kintore is at 608; Lady Hilda Madeleine Keith-Falconer is at 677).
  608. Sydney, Countess Kintore (Algernon Keith-Falconer, 9th Earl of Kintore is at 607; Lady Hilda Madeleine Keith-Falconer is at 677).
  609. Mr. Arthur Salmon
  610. Lord Cranborne: James Edward Hubert Gascoyne-Cecil, Viscount Cranborne (Lady Cranborne is at 196)
  611. Earl Connington was dressed <quote>in a Louis Seize costume of terra-cotta satin embroidered in gold</quote> (Times 1897-07-03).
  612. Mr. H. Milner: Harry (Marcus Henry) Milner
  613. Mr. Arthur Strong
  614. Captain R. Peel (Arthur Wellesley Peel, 1st Viscount Peel is at 74; other family members are on the same page: Miss Peel at 537, Julia Peel Maguire at 240, the Hon. George Peel at 302. Captain R. Peel is not a member of this immediate family.)
  615. Mr. Tilney was dressed as Sir Galahad in the Queen Guinevere and the Knights of the Round Table of King Arthur procession (Times 1897-07-03).
  616. Mr. Eric Chaplin (Henry Chaplin is at 379; Hon. Edith Helen Chaplin is at 407)
  617. Captain G. Milner: Captain George Francis Milner
  618. Lord Gerald Grosvenor (Lady Lettice Grosvenor is at 304; Lady C. Grosvenor is at 229; a Hon. R. Grosvenor is at 81; Lord Arthur Grosvenor is at 619)
  619. Lord Arthur Grosvenor (Lady Lettice Grosvenor is at 304; Lady C. Grosvenor is at 229; a Hon. R. Grosvenor is at 81; Lord Gerald Grosvenor is at 618)
  620. Lord William Bagot
  621. Lady Mildred Dennison is among the Ladies and Gentlemen of the Court of Catherine II of Russia procession (Times 1897-07-03).
  622. Francis, Earl of Warwick (Daisy, Countess of Warwick is at 53).
  623. Lord Algernon Gordon Lennox (Lady Blanche Gordon Lennox is at 333).
  624. The Duke of Sutherland (Chelmsford Chronicle 1897-07-09) (the Duchess of Sutherland is at 33)
  625. Colonel Alan Gardner (said by the Chelmsford Chronicle to be attending [Chelmsford Chronicle 1897-07-02]).
  626. Mrs. Alan Gardner (said by the Chelmsford Chronicle to be attending [Chelmsford Chronicle 1897-07-02]).
  627. Edmond Fitzmaurice (brother of Henry Petty-Fitzmaurice, Marquess of Lansdowne) was dressed as a Courtier of the Empress Marie Thérèse (Beatrix Petty-FitzMaurice is at 44; the Marchioness of Lansdowne is at 51; the Marquess of Lansdowne is at 52; Lady C. Fitzmaurice is at 365).
  628. The Hon. Cecil Lambton
  629. Lady Clementine Hay (William Hay, Marquis of Tweeddale is at 400; Candida Hay, Marchioness of Tweeddale is at 400)
  630. According to the Pall Mall Gazette, <quote>The Duchess of Teck ... was attended by Miss Tufnell, who made a delightful lady-in-waiting, in a gown of white satin and gold</quote> (Pall Mall Gazette 1897-07-03).
  631. John Campbell, Marquis of Lorne, as a Tudor (Princess Louise, Marchioness of Lorne, is at 131; Elspeth Campbell is at 632).
  632. Elspeth Campbell.
  633. Alfred Rothschild (Cyril Flower, Lord Battersea is at 110; Emma Louise von Rothschild, Lady Rothschild is at 112; Nathan Mayer de Rothschild, Lord Rothschild is at 216; Constance de Rothschild Flower, Lady Battersea, is at 328; Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild is at 330; Mr. L. Rothschild, possibly Leopold de Rothschild, is at 567; Mrs. L. Rothschild, possibly Marie Perugia Rothschild, is at 568); Louisa Montefiore, Lady de Rothschild, at 674.
  634. Lilian Maud Spencer-Churchill.
  635. Norah Beatrice Henriette Spencer-Churchill.
  636. [empty now]
  637. A "brother officer" of the Duke of Roxburghe in the Royal Horse Guards (see Fanny Marjoribanks, Lady Tweedmouth, at 85; the Duke of Roxburghe is at 49).
  638. A second "brother officer" of the Duke of Roxburghe in the Royal Horse Guards (see Fanny Marjoribanks, Lady Tweedmouth, at 85; the Duke of Roxburghe is at 49).
  639. Monsieur Xavier Baudon de Mony (Madame Baudon de Mony is at 640).
  640. Madame de Courcel Baudon de Mony (Mons. Baudon de Mony is at 639).
  641. Mademoiselle de Alcalo Galiano.
  642. Mademoiselle Consuelo de Alcalo Galiano.
  643. Jesusa Murrieta del Campo Mello y Urritio (née Bellido), Marquisa de Santurce
  644. Edith Isabella Georgina Wentworth Fitzwilliam (The Hon. Mrs. Reginald Fitzwilliam).
  645. The Hon. Reginald Wentworth Fitzwilliam.
  646. Lady Florence Hamilton-Temple-Blackwood
  647. Lord Terence Hamilton-Temple-Blackwood
  648. Lady Emilie Farquhar (Sir Horace Farquhar, Bart., is at 380)
  649. Geraldine (Sybil Aimée Geraldine) Magniac
  650. Lord St. Oswald (Lady St. Oswald is at 284)
  651. The Hon. Maud Julia Winn (with Lord and Lady St. Oswald, her at 284)
  652. Alice Emily White Coke, Viscountess Coke
  653. Lord Churchill
  654. Lord W. Stanley: Lord Frederick William Stanley (Lady W. Stanley is at 252)
  655. Lady Isobel Constance Mary Stanley
  656. Mr. S. Cavendish
  657. [empty now]
  658. Lady Beatrix Frances Gertrude Herbert (Beatrix Countess Pembroke is at 146; Sidney Herbert, Earl Pembroke is at 181)
  659. Lt.-Col. John Dunville Dunville (Violet Dunville is at 660)
  660. Violet Dunville (John Dunville is at 659)
  661. Lady Aileen May Wyndham-Quin.
  662. Windham Thomas Wyndham-Quin, 4th Earl of Dunraven and Mount-Earl.
  663. Blanche, Countess of Coventry (Lady Anne Coventry is at 664; Lady Dorothy Coventry is at 665).
  664. Lady Anne Coventry (Blanche, Countess of Coventry, is at 663; Lady Dorothy Coventry is at 665).
  665. Lady Dorothy Coventry (Blanche, Countess of Coventry, is at 663; Lady Anne Coventry is at 664).
  666. Lucy Charlewood Cole-Hamilton (Claud George Cole-Hamilton is at 667)
  667. Claud George Cole-Hamilton (Lucy Cole-Hamilton is at 666)
  668. Lady Victoria Innes-Ker (the Duchess of Roxburghe is at 22; the Duke of Roxburghe is at 49; Lady Margaret Innes-Ker is at 23).
  669. Evelyn Achille de Rothschild (Marie de Rothschild, his mother, at 568; Anthony Gustav de Rothschild, his brother, at 670).
  670. Anthony Gustav de Rothschild (Marie de Rothschild, his mother, at 568; Evelyn Achille de Rothschild,his brother, at 669).
  671. Mr. Stephen Frederick Wombwell
  672. The Hon. Mrs. Gwendoline Lowther
  673. Col. Duncan or Douglas Dawson.
  674. Louisa Montefiore, Lady de Rothschild.
  675. Nellie Bass Baillie, Hon. Mrs. Baillie (Lady Harriet Burton is at 334; Lord Michael Burton is at 335; Hamar Bass is at 438; Louisa Bass is at 439)
  676. Hon. Alexander McDonnell
  677. Lady Hilda Madeleine Keith-Falconer (Algernon Keith-Falconer, 9th Earl of Kintore is at 607; Sydney, Countess Kintore is at 608).
  678. Lewis Harcourt (Lady Elizabeth Harcourt is at 94; Sir William Harcourt is at 128).
  679. Frederick Oliver Robinson, Earl de Grey (Gwladys Robinson, Countess de Grey is at 136).
  680. Rose Towneley-Bertie, Lady Norreys.
  681. Major John Seymour Wynne-Finch.
  682. Agnes Blanche Marie Hay-Drummond.
  683. Sir Edward Walter Hamilton.
  684. Daisy (Marguerite Hyde) Leiter
  685. Joseph Harry Lukach.
  686. William Dodge James (Evelyn Forbes James is at 364)
  687. "George" William George Cavendish-Bentinck.
  688. Mrs. Habington (mentioned as part of Queen Elizabeth's court by the Gentlewoman.[16]:32, Col. 3c
  689. Hon. Mrs. Cadogan
  690. Hon. Maurice Baring
  691. Carlo Ermes Visconti, Marquis of San Vito
  692. Mr. Ian Malcolm, M.P.
  693. James Albert Edward Hamilton, Marquis of Hamilton
  694. The Marchioness of Blandford (Albertha Spencer-Churchill)
  695. Miss Alexandra Ellis
  696. Miss Charlotte Knollys (attending Prince and Princess Charles of Denmark, at 159 and 144)
  697. Miss Anne Lambton
  698. Colonel James Evan Bruce Baillie of Dochfour
  699. The Hon. William Erskine
  700. The Hon. K. Campbell
  701. Lord Crichton: Henry William Crichton, Viscount Crichton
  702. Mr. W. R. Chaine
  703. Hon. W. G. Peel
  704. Lady Mabel Coke
  705. Hon. John Baring
  706. Captain Hedworth Lambton
  707. Mrs. Sneyd: Mary Evelyn Ellis Sneyd
  708. Mr. F. Murrieta
  709. General Ellis: Gen. Sir Arthur Edward Augustus Ellis
  710. Mr. J. Carter (identification highly uncertain)
  711. Mr. E. Crawley
  712. Miss Jane Thornewill (or Miss Jane Thornville)
  713. Mr. Foley
  714. Mr. W. W. Ashley
  715. Mr. Herbert Creighton
  716. Mrs. Graham Murray
  717. Mr. P. A. Longhurst
  718. Lord J. Blackwood
  719. Lady J. Blackwood

Attendants of the People Who Were Present[edit | edit source]

A number of people present at the ball were not invited in their own right and were there as attendants.

Listed in the descriptions of the people at the ball and their costumes are some people who were clearly there as attendants:

  1. "Black attendants" followed the Court in the Empress Catherine II of Russia procession, preceding the Italian procession.[17][24]
  2. There were unnamed Imperial Trumpeters in the Court in the Empress Catherine II of Russia procession. They had to really be able to play the trumpet so perhaps were hired musicians?
  3. Heralds led the Queen Elizabeth Procession, but they are not named, so they were probably not invited guests but servants or attendants of some kind?
  4. According to the Leamington Spa Courier, the Countess of Warwick's "four pages shared in the compliments."[26] According to the Guernsey Star, Lady Warwick "was accompanied by four boys dressed in white satin, with three-cornered hats to match."[27]
  5. The Marchioness of Tweeddale also had two pages: "The Marchioness of Tweeddale was Joséphine, wife of Napoleon, in white satin, wrought with gold and a deep rose-coloured train, trimmed with ermine, and borne by two pages in mauve velvet, embroidered with gold."[27]
  6. Princess Henry of Pless had black and white pages: "As the Queen of Sheba, Princess Henry of Pless was attended by five black pages and five white, in gorgeous dresses, who carried her train."[27]

In the large list of people who were present for the ball, above, attendants are listed with the people for whom they worked; typically royals had attendants with them.

Attendants of Color[edit | edit source]

Clearly, some of these attendants were black people (especially at 1 and 6). The vocabulary the newspapers used ranged from "Black" to "Negro" to the actual n-word (for American Minnie Paget?). The Aberdeen Journal of 4 August 1897 ran a story, "Black Boys for London Ladies," that refers to the black attendants at the Duchess of Devonshire's ball:

Titian’s pictures (says London correspondent) have made us familiar with black boys forming part of the train of certain great ladies. The Prince of Wales brought a Nubian boy home, and for a time he was in the Marlborough House and Sandringham households. The Duchess of Marlborough is very often accompanied by a black boy in Oriental scarlet and gold, who seems but live to obey her grace’s behests; for his dark, piercing eyes follow her every movement, giving him a weird look, which is increased by the curious incision in his cheeks. At the Devonshire House fancy ball the glory of the great Oriental procession was much increased by the Nubian boys, who carried palm-leaves over some of the queenly heads.[28]

We need to know more about these children.

People Absent[edit | edit source]

The London Daily News and the Times reported as attending Lady Hindlip, who was not able to attend, according to the Morning Post, suggesting that they may have gotten a list of people attending from something other than onsite reportage.

Of the people who were not present but seem missing because their immediate family, for example, was present, some are women, the wives of the people named. So perhaps they did not court newspaper attention? Of the men who might have been there, logically, perhaps they did not dress in costume and thus did not receive mention? (We know some men attended the ball and were not in fancy dress.)

  1. Lady Hindlip, because Lord Hindlip was ill, according to the Morning Post, in "Arrangements for This Day," the article immediately preceding their big article on the ball.[29] According to the London Daily News, she was there, but perhaps its report was assembled before the event or without knowing that she ended up not going: Lady Hindlip was to have been in the Queen Elizabeth procession as "Maid of Honour, in yellow satin and brocade."[30]:p. 5, Col. 7A According to the Times article, both Lord and Lady Hindlip were among the guests, though perhaps its reporter got a list of people invited.[24]
  2. Colonel Brabazon "unavoidably prevented" from attending.[31]
  3. Mrs. Hwfa Williams, because she was in mourning.[32] She was to appear as Caterina Cornaro (Regina di Cipri).
  4. Mr. Hwfa Williams was to appear as Cardinale Giovanni Bembo.
  5. Fanny Ronalds was there, but Arthur Sullivan's name is not listed; was he there but not in an interesting costume? Or not present?
  6. Lady Violet de Trafford was there (at 238, above), but her husband? or son?, Sir Humphrey Francis de Trafford, 3rd Baronet, is not listed.
  7. Mrs. Henry White isn't listed as present, but Mr. Henry White is at 310, and Margaret "Daisy" Stuyvesant Rutherford White is now at 151. I believe she was present because both Whites were photographed in costume and that photograph is in the album at the NPG.
  8. Even though Henry Maurice William Oppenheim and his daughter, Rosalinda Oppenheim were present, Mrs. Isabel Georgina Oppenheim (who does not appear to have been Rosalinda's mother) is not listed anywhere as being present.
  9. Jesusa Murrieta del Campo Mello y Urritio (née Bellido), Marquisa de Santurce attended the Duchess of Devonshire's fancy-dress ball at Devonshire House. Possibly her husband, José Murrieta y del Campo Downey, 1st Marques de Santurce, was also present. Mr. F. Murrieta (at 708) was present, but who was he?
  10. Baron William Cansfield Gerard, Lady Mary Gerard's husband: she was present (at 256) and represented in the album, but he's not mentioned. Was he there?
  11. The Hon. Mrs. Gwendoline Lowther (at 672), was present, but her husband, whose brother was Hugh Cecil Lowther, 5th Earl of Lonsdale and who would be later in his own right, was not?
  12. Rosamond Fellowes, Lady de Ramsey (at 329) was present, but William Fellowes, Baron de Ramsey was not?
  13. Florence Canning, Lady Garvagh (at 336) attended the ball. Where was Charles Canning, Lord Garvagh? Did he just not get mentioned?
  14. Nellie, Countess of Kilmorey (at 207) attended the ball, but Francis Needham, Earl of Kilmorey did not?
  15. Prince Leopold's wife, Helena, Duchess of Albany wasn't there?
  16. Princess Beatrice didn't go?
  17. Lilias Bathurst is not listed has having attended the Duchess of Devonshire's ball, although her husband Henry Bathurst, 7th Earl of Bathurst, her parents Algernon Borthwick, Lord Glenesk and Alice, Lady Glenesk and her brother Oliver Borthwick were there. A child was not born to her in 1897 as far as I can tell, although we may not be able to know about a miscarriage. Perhaps she was present and not reported on.
  18. Mrs. Louise Loder is not listed among the attendees at the ball; was she there and just not reported on? No child was born that year, but she was bearing children during this time. Gerald Loder is at 100.
  19. Was Lady Mary Bertie Talbot at the ball? She is not mentioned. She isn't likely to be Mrs. Talbot because her father was an Earl? She would have been Lady Talbot?
  20. Was James Charles Hope-Vere present at the ball and just not mentioned? Marie Hope-Vere was not mentioned in the press, so without the Album of portraits of people in their costumes in the National Portrait Gallery, we might not know about her.
  21. Did Edward Arthur Colebrook attend the ball?
  22. Was Countess Arthur de Heeren at the ball and not reported on?
  23. Mrs. Margaret Greville (298) was there; was Ronald Greville but not mentioned in reports?
  24. The wife of M. Ephrussi, whichever one attended, is not mentioned as having been present; perhaps she was there but not recognized or described?
  25. "The little daughter of Sir Francis and Lady Knollys"[16]:32, Col. 2a attended, as did her aunt, Hon. Charlotte Knollys, but were her parents not there? Francis Knollys was the Prince of Wales's private secretary at this point, as well as holding a number of other courtier positions in the Household at the same time.
  26. Carlo Ermes Visconti, Marquis of San Vito (at 691) was present; was his wife?
  27. If the Lord Churchill (at 653) is Lord Edward Spencer-Churchill, did his wife Lady Augusta Spencer-Churchill also attend?
  28. Neither the Earl of Leicester nor Viscount Coke are listed as having attended the ball, but did they?
  29. Mary Evelyn Ellis Sneyd was present at the ball; where was Ralph de Tunstall Sneyd?
  30. Mary Graham Murray was present at the ball: where was Andrew Graham Murray?
  31. Mr. Arthur Strong was at the ball; was Eugénie Sellers, whom he married less than 6 months later?
  32. Miss Mary Naylor's sister, Mettie Lady Rossmore, is not listed as having attended the ball; where was she?
  33. Was Juliette Gordon Low, wife of Mr. W. M. Low, present and just not mentioned?
  34. Was Maria del Rosario Falcó y Osorio, wife of Carlos Duke of Alba, present but not mentioned?

Notes and Questions[edit | edit source]

  1. According to the Western Gazette, three men dressed as Lorenzaccio, whom Sarah Bernhardt was performing at the Adelphi, appeared at the ball.[33]:p. 2, Col. 7C
  2. Possibly another group of young women similarly dressed occurs here: "three young girls were noticeable as Reynolds's "Three Ladies Waldegrave"[34]:11, 4a The 1780–81 Joshua Reynolds' The Ladies Walgrave shows 3 young women, probably in "Oriental cream satin," but no "coloured silk sashes" are apparent: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Ladies_Waldegrave#/media/File:Sir_Joshua_Reynolds_-_The_Ladies_Waldegrave_-_Google_Art_Project.jpg. Cosway is not Reynolds, so unless one of the reports made a mistake, so these are not Villiers daughters or the Innes-Ker daughters.
  3. Who was "Madame Rose" in the 25 June 1897 Northampton Mercury story[35] on the ball? A Mr. Rose was present at the ball as one of the yeomen in the Queen Elizabeth procession, but she was a businesswoman and he must have been an oligarch or patrician. Madame Rose wrote a fashion column called "For Wives and Daughters" that was published in regional newspapers like the Sussex Express, Surrey Standard, Weald of Kent Mail, Hands and County Advertiser; Northampton Mercury; the Burnley Gazette; and so on, as well as the story on the ball in the 25 June 1897 Northampton Mercury.[35] (1893–1897). In 1905, the column is called "Home and Fashion. A Letter for Mothers and Daughters," in similar papers as well as the Tottenham and Edmonton Herald.[36] A Madame Rose also advertised in the newspapers. For example, "Madame Rose, Court Dressmaker & Ladies' Taylor. Personally Superintends all orders and guarantees perfection in fit and elegance. Speciality in Evening Gowns. Mme. Rose, 30, Shaftesbury Avenue, Piccadilly, one door from Trocadore Restaurant, and 56, two doors from Wardocr-street [sic?]. Tel. 7341 Gerrard."[37]
  4. The report from the Western Gazette says some women were dressed as abbesses[33]; who were they?
  5. The Westminster Gazette says that "There were two or three Napoleons."[21]:Col. 1
  6. Several women came dressed as Princess Lamballe, one of Napoleon's sisters: Lady Blanche (Algernon) Gordon-Lennox (at 333); Emily, Lady Ampthill (at 420); Countess Isabel Deym (at 67); Clara Hay (at 153).
  7. The Yeomen in the Queen Elizabeth procession are mostly not notable at this point in their lives though they were present at this event: Henry John Innes-Ker, 8th Duke of Roxburghe, Hon. D. (Dudley) Marjoribanks, Captain Mann Thomson, Mr. Rose. According to the Gentlewoman Mr. E. Villiers, Mr. Harold Brassey were heralds.[16]:32, Col. 3c
  8. The "eight officers of the Imperial Guard attending Catherine of Russia" were the following: "Lord Raincliffe, Lord Romilly, Mr. H. T. Barclay, Mr. J. Forbes, Mr. C. H. Wellesley Wilson, Captain E. B. Cook, the Hon. Gerald Ward, the Hon. Cecil Campbell."[16]:36, Col. 3b
  9. According to the Morning Post and the Gentlewoman, the Knights of the Round Table were George, Baron Rodney; Hon. R. Grosvenor; Seymour Henry Bathurst, 7th Earl Bathurst; and Hon. Grosvenor Hood.[17]:8, Col. 1b [16]:40, Col. 1c According to the Daily News, the Knights of the Table Round were "Lord Ashburton, Lord Rodney, Lord Bathurst, Lord Ampthill, and Lord Beauchamp."[30]:5, Col. 7a George, Baron Rodney was 40 years old at the time of the ball; Seymour Henry Bathurst, 7th Earl Bathurst was nearly 33; Hon. Grosvenor Hood was 29;  Lord Francis Ashburton was nearly 31; Lord Ampthill was 28; Lord Beauchamp was 25.

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