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  • ID: I27760
  • Name: John Ulick Knatchbull, 7th Lord Brabourne
  • Prefix: Capt.
  • Given Name: John Ulick Knatchbull, 7th Lord
  • Surname: Brabourne
  • Sex: M
  • Change Date: 16 Nov 2005
  • Note:


    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
  • Birth: 9 NOV 1924 in London, Middlesex County, England
  • Death: 23 SEP 2005 in Ashford, Kent, England
  • Event: 16th Baronet (Title)



    Marriage 1 Patricia Edwina Victoria Mountbatten b: 14 FEB 1924 in London, Middlesex County, England
    • Married: 26 OCT 1946 in Romsey Abbey, Hampshire England
    • Note:
      Wedding of Patricia Mountbatten



    Children
    1. Has Children Norton Louis Philip Knatchbull, 8th Lord Brabourne b: 8 OCT 1947 in London, Middlesex County, England
    2. Has Children Michael John Ulick Knatchbull b: 24 MAY 1950 in London, Middlesex County, England
    3. Has No Children Anthony Knatchbull b: 6 APR 1952
    4. Has Children Joanna Edwina Doreen Knatchbull b: 5 MAR 1955 in London, Middlesex County, England
    5. Has Children Amanda Patricia Victoria Knatchbull b: 26 JUN 1957 in London, Middlesex County, England
    6. Has Children Philip Wyndham Ashley Knatchbull b: 2 DEC 1961 in London, Middlesex County, England
    7. Has No Children Nicholas Timothy Charles Knatchbull b: 18 NOV 1964 in London, Middlesex County, England
    8. Has Children Timothy Nicholas Sean Knatchbull b: 18 NOV 1964 in London, Middlesex County, England

    Sources:
    1. Abbrev: Family Search
      Title: Family Search: http://www.familysearch.org
    2. Abbrev: Internet
      Title: Internet
      Text: http://pages.prodigy.net/ptheroff/gotha/hesse.html
    3. Abbrev: Queen Victoria's Descendants
      Title: Queen Victoria's Descendants by Marlene A. Eilers.
    4. Abbrev: Death Notice
      Title: Death Notice
      Page: 23 Sep 2005
      Text: The 7th Baron Brabourne, CBE, film and television producer., Director
      of Thames Television, 1975-93 (Chairman 1990-93), died at his home in
      Kent, Friday 23 September, 2005. He was aged 80.

      Lord Brabourne was a son-in-law of Earl Mountbatten of Burma, and a
      survivor of the IRA bomb which killed Mountbatten, and Brabourne's
      mother and son, and others, at Mullaghmore, Ireland, in August, 1979.

      John Ulick Knatchbull was born 9 November, 1924, son of the 5th Baron
      Brabourne (1895-1939) by his wife Lady Doreen Geraldine Browne (Order
      of the Crown of India; DStJ), daughter of the 6th Marquess of Sligo,
      and was educated at Eton and Oxford.

      He succeeded to the barony (UK 1880) and the Baronetcy (England 1641),
      on the demise of his elder brother, the 6th peer, 15 September, 1943.
      The elder brother, Norton, was shot by the Nazis after he had escaped
      from a prison train in Italy and was recaputred.

      He married 26 Oct, 1946, Lady Patricia Edwina Victoria Mountbatten,
      elder daughter of Admiral of the Fleet the 1st Earl Mountbatten of
      Burma, KG, PC, OM, GCB, GCSI, GCIE, GCVO, DSO. His wife succeeded to
      her father's peerages under the terms of the special remainder, 27 Aug,
      1979.

      Films produced: Harry Blackl (1958); Sink the Bismarck! (1959); HMS
      Defiant (1961); Othello (1965); The Mikado (1966); Romeo and Juliet: Up
      the Junction (1967); Dance of DEath (1968); Tales of Beatrix Potter
      (1971); Murder on the Orient Express (1974); Death on the Nile (1978);
      Stories from the Flying Trunk (1979); The Mirror Crack'd (1979); Evil
      Under the Sun (1982); A Passage to India (1984); Little Dorrit (1987),
      &c.

      Lord Brabourne is survived by his wife, Countess Mountbatten, and by
      four sons and two daughters. The fourth of his five sons, Nicholas,
      died in the IRA outrage, 1979.

      He is succeeded in the peerage and baronetcy by his eldest son, Norton
      Louis Philip Knatchbull (a godson of the Duke of Edinburgh and Queen
      Louise of Sweden), who has been styled Baron Romsey since 1979. He was
      b. 8 Oct, 1947.

      Source: BBC News

      email from Michael Rhodes 23 Sep 2005
    5. Abbrev: Death Notice
      Title: Death Notice
      Page: 23 Sep 2005
      Text: Death on the Nile producer dies


      Lord Brabourne, producer of such films as Murder on the Orient Express, Death on the Nile and A Passage to India, has died at the age of 80.

      He passed away peacefully at his Kent home with his wife Countess Mountbatten of Burma and their six children at his side, according to a spokeswoman.

      Lord Brabourne began his film career as production manager on such movies as 1956's The Battle of the River Plate.

      His other films as producer include Sink the Bismarck! and Little Dorrit.

      As son-in-law of Lord Mountbatten, the Queen's cousin, he was able to use his family connections to obtain Royal Navy assistance for some of his productions.

      Nomination

      In the 1960s he produced two celebrated Shakespeare adaptations: the 1965 film of Othello starring Laurence Olivier and Franco Zeffirelli's 1968 Romeo and Juliet.

      The latter received an Academy Award nomination for best picture, as did A Passage to India in 1985.

      A director of Thames Television, Euston Films and Thorn EMI, he was made a fellow of the British Film Institute in 1979.

      Born John Ulick Knatchbull in 1924, the seventh Baron Brabourne married Patricia Mountbatten in 1946 and they had seven children.

      The baron was among the seven-strong boat party which was blown up by the IRA at County Sligo, Republic of Ireland, in 1979.

      His 14-year-old son Nicholas and mother the Dowager Lady Brabourne were killed alongside his father-in-law Lord Mountbatten.

      Lord Brabourne, his wife and Nicholas' twin brother Timothy survived after being thrown clear, but suffered serious injuries.

      A local boat boy, Paul Maxwell, also died and the survivors all suffered serious injuries in the explosion on Lord Mountbatten's boat.

      http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/entertainment/film/4275336.stm
    6. Abbrev: Internet
      Title: Internet
      Page: http://www.royals-portal.de/forum/index.php?showtopic=10478&st=0&#entry19426
    7. Abbrev: email
      Title: email
      Page: Funeral info
      Text: Deaths

      BRABOURNE

      BRABOURNE.-Lord, John Ulick Knatchbull, died peacefully on Thursday, September 22nd 2005 at home surrounded by his beloved wife Patricia and 6 loving children.

      Funeral, 3 p.m., Friday, September 30th at Mersham Parish Church, near Ashford, Kent. Car parking by 2 p.m. at Mersham-le-Hatch for minibus shuttle to church, and back for reception.

      Parking at church for elderly and disabled only. Details from The Secretary 01233 503636 or b@knatchbull.com or www.lordbrabourne.com .

      Donations, in lieu of flowers, to The Caldecott Foundation, Mersham, Kent TN25 6SP. Service of Thanksgiving in London to be announced.

      Michael Rhodes, 26 Sep 2005
    8. Abbrev: Internet
      Title: Internet
      Page: Memorial Service
      Text: The Times November 16, 2005


      Memorial service

      Lord Brabourne


      The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh were present at a service of thanksgiving for the life of Lord Brabourne, held yesterday at the Guards’ Chapel.

      The Rev Patrick Irwin, chaplain to the Household Division, officiated.

      Lady Joanna Zuckerman and Lady Amanda Ellingworth, (daughters), and Canon John Tipping, rector of St John the Baptist, Mersham, read the prayers. The Countess Mountbatten of Burma, DL, (widow), and the Hon Timothy Knatchbull, (son), gave readings. Lord Brabourne, (son), read from Robert L. Stevenson, Miss India Hicks, (niece), read from the Sanskrit text, Invocation to the Dawn and the Hon Michael-John Knatchbull, (son), read a Gaelic blessing.

      The Prince of Wales, Lord Puttnam and the Hon Philip Knatchbull, (son), gave addresses.

      The Duchess of Cornwall, the Earl andCountess of Wessex, the Princess Royal, Rear-Admiral Timothy Laurence, the Duke of Kent, Prince Michael of Kent, Lady Sarah Chatto, Mr Daniel Chatto, the Earl and Countess of St Andrews, Lady Helen Taylor, Mr Timothy Taylor, Lady Saltoun, Princess Margarita of Baden, Prince Ludwig of Baden, Princess Ludwig of Baden.

      Lady Brabourne, the Hon Nicholas Knatchbull, the Hon Alexandra Knatchbull, Miss Kelly Knatchbull, Miss Eleuthera du Breuil, Luke Ellingworth, Joseph Ellingworth, Louis Ellingworth, Miss Daisy Knatchbull, Miss Phoebe Knatchbull, Miss Kelly Knatchbull, (grandchildren), Mr Azriel Zuckerman, Mr Charles Ellingworth (sons-in-law), Mrs Penny Knatchbull, Mrs Wendy Knatchbull, Mrs Isabella Knatchbull, (daughters-in-law), Lady Pamela Hicks, Mr Ashley Hicks, Mrs Allegra Hicks, Mr David Flint Wood, Mr Tom Vereker, Mr Edward Henderson, Mrs Melissa Knatchbull, Marquess and Marchioness of Milford Haven, Lord and Lady Ivar Mountbatten.

      Among others present were: the Duchess of Abercorn, the Duke and Duchess of Grafton, the Marquis and Marchoness of Sligo, the Marquess of Camden, Countess Miranda Iveagh, Countess Sondes, the Earl of Airlie, Viscount and Viscountess Slim, Lord Carter, Lord and Lady Crathorne, Lord and Lady Kingsdown, Lady Puttnam, Lady Soames, Baroness Rawlings, Baroness Shreela Flather, Sir James Cayzer, Sir David and Lady Butter, Sir Colin and Lady Imray, Sir John and Lady Owen, Sir John and Lady Swire, Sir Sydney and Lady Samuelson, Sir Brian McGrath, Sir John Read, Sir Paul Fox, Major General Sir Simon Cooper, Lady Cecil Cameron, Lady Boothby, Lady Moyra Campbell, Lady Virginia Hill, Lady Kennard, Lady Anne MacKenzie, Lady Margaret Tennant, Lady Penelope Tickell, Lady Arbuthnott, Lady Bayliss.

      Mrs Elizabeth Tipping, Mr Henry Agoh, Mr Tony Alcock, Mr Bernard Aldrich, Mrs Marie Aldrich, Mr Leonard Amborski, Miss Jan Anderson, Miss Mabel Anderson, Mr Robert Angell, Mr Justin Archdale, Mrs M. A. Arden, Mr and Mrs Andrew Argyle, Mr Ronnie Armist, Mrs Jessica Ashdown, Mr Philip Ashdown, Mr David Ashman, Mr Peter Bailey, Mr Charlie Baker, Mr Victor Banerjee, Mr Alexander Barraki, Mrs Diana Barran, Mr John Barry, Miss Shelley Baxter, Mr Andrew Beeson, Mrs Carrie Beeson, Mrs Frances Beeton, Mr and Mrs D. V. Bendall, Mrs K Bennett, Mr Nigel Bennett, Dr and Mrs Paul Beresford Hill, the Hon Mrs Berkeley Stafford, Ms Amanda Berry, Lieutenant Colonel Richard Besly, Mr D. M. Bevan, Mr Peter Beverley, Mrs Jill Bird, Mr Malcolm Bone, Mrs Carey Botting, Dr Jonathan Botting, Mr Graham Boulden, Mrs Susan Boulden, Mrs Eileen Boutet, Miss Edwina Boyd-Gibbins, Mrs Gerry Boyd-Gibbins, Miss Christine Bradley, Mr Jim Brennan, Mr Julian Bridger, Mrs Victoria Broackes, Mr Graham Broad, Mr H. Brown, Mr James Brown, Mrs Joyce Brown, Mr Keith Brown, Mr Michael Brown, Mr Alastair Bruce, Mrs Edwina Brudenell, Mr Jeremy Brudenell, Mr Michael J. Bryenton, Ms Christine Burnett, Mrs Fiona Burnett, Mr Dale Burrluck, Mr M. Butler, Mr Charles Butter, Dr Hamish Cameron, Mrs Alan Campbell-Johnson, Mr Rupert Carr, Mrs Sophie Carr, Mr Andrew Carter, Mrs Elizabeth Charles, Mr Michael Charles, Mr and Mrs E. S. Childs, Mr V. Chisholme, Mr Sven Christensen, Miss Barbara Ann Clark, Mr and Mrs J. Clark, Mr and Mrs Cedric Coates, Ms August Cohn-Thomas, Mr Reginal Thomas Collins, Mr Gerald Cooper, Mrs Sydney Cooper, Mr Clive Coote, Mrs Rose Coote, Mr Christopher Corbett, Mrs W. R. Corbould, Mr Ralph Crathorne, Canon Neil Crawford-Jones, Mrs Marita Crawley, Mr Geoffrey Cretin, Major E. M. Crofton, Mrs Charlotte Cunningham, Mr Mark Cunningham, Miss Fiona Cunningham-Reid, Mrs Noel Cunningham-Reid, Mr Noel Cunningham-Reid, Mr Paul Curtis, Ms Andrea Cutts, Mrs Daborn, Mr Andrew Dagnall, Mrs Anna Dagnall, Mrs Erica Davies, Mr and Mrs J. de Bosdari, Mr S. de Ferranti, Mrs Elizabeth Deen-Sly, Mr John Dennis, Mr Denis Doble, Mrs Patricia Doble, Mr Mike Doughty, Mr Alasdair Douglas, Baron du Breuil, Baronne du Breuil, the Hon Charlotte Dugdale, the Hon Katharine Dugdale, the Hon Thomas Dugdale, Mrs Marian Eastwood, Miss Olga Edridge, Mrs Ian Edwards, Mr John Edwards, Mr Earl Eichin Jnr., Mr David Ellingworth, Mr Robert Ellingworth, Mr Steven Ellingworth, Mr and Mrs W. V. Ellingworth, Miss Annabel Elwes, Mr William Evans, Miss Zara Evans, Captain and Mrs Christopher Fagan, Miss Laura Fergusson, Mr Robin Field, Mrs Charlotte Figg, Mr Christopher Figg, Mr Stanley Fishman, Mr Ross Fitzsimons, the Rev and Mrs Nick Flood, Mr Joseph Flynn, Mr and Mrs Mark Foster-Brown, Mrs Elizabeth Foster-Melliar, Mrs Annette Foulds, Mr Stephen Foulds, Mr William Fox, Mr Richard Fraser, Mr Derek Friend, Mrs Marjorie Friend, Miss Melanie Frieson, Mr Robert Frowde, Mr Alexander Galitzine, Mrs Rohays Galitzine, Miss Alexandra Gibbs, Mrs Caryl Gibbs, Mr John Gilbert, Mr Lewis Gilbert, Mrs Penny Glaister, Mrs Jean Glover, Mr John Glover, Mr James Godden, Mrs Rochelle Godden, Mr Robert Golden, Mrs Roni Goodman-Lawn, Mr Jason Goodwin, Mr Richard Goodwin, Ms Sabine Goodwin, Mr and Mrs Basil Goulandris,Mrs Jane Graham, Mr Richard Graham, Mr I. A. Grant, Mrs Marie Grealis, Mr Anthony Haas, Mrs Brigitte Haas, Captain Anthony Hallett, Mrs Faith Hallett, Miss Ruth Halliday, Mr John Harbord-Hamond, Ms Angela Harkness, Mr David Harrison, Mrs Libby Harrison, Mr Anthony Harvey, Mrs Vanessa Harvey, Miss Sahar Hashemi, Mr Luke Hawksbury, Mr A.Heeschen, Mrs C. Heeschen, Mr Geoffrey Helman, Miss Jennifer Hennessey, Ms Avril Hill, Mrs Bette Hill, Mrand Mrs Damon Hill, Mr Brian Hoey, Mr Roger Hogbin, Mr Roger Holmes, Mr Peter Hore, Mr Michael Howard, QC MP, and Mrs Howard, Mrs Anthea Hughes, Mr William Hughes, Mrs Elaine Hull, Mr Paul Hull, Mrs Jill Humphreys, Mrs Victoria Hunt, Mrs Mary-Lou Hyne, Mr Keith Ingram, Mr and Mrs Peter Ivanovic, Mr Albert Jackman, Mrs Eve Jackson, Ms Linda James, Ms Andrea Jameson, Mrs Cynthia Jeffrey, Surgeon Vice-Admiral I. L. Jenkins, Mrs Joanna E. Johnston, Mr Daniel Jones, Mr Simon Jones, Mr Sam Josefowitz, Mrs Hilary Joules, Mr Peter Joules, Mr Robert Joules, Major James Kelly, Mrs Lynn Kemp, Mr William Kemp, Mr Kenneth Kendal, Mr Duncan Kenworthy, Mr Bob Kindness, Dr Graham Knox, Mr and Mrs Bernard Lambilliotte, Mr Nicholas Leach, Mrs Siobhan Leach, Ms Diane Leader, Mrs Victoria Legge-Bourke, the Hon J. Leigh-Pemberton, Mrs Leigh-Pemberton, Mr Bertrand Lipworth, Mr Joe Little, Dr Rosie Llewellyn-Jones, Mrs Jo Loder, Mr Robert Loder, Mr Roderick Loder-Symonds, Mrs Jane Loudon, Mrs Keith Loughnan, Miss Emma Lowther, Mr W Luffman, Mr Derek Lutyens, Mrs Jane Lutyens, Mr Thomas Lynch, Mr Shaun Macdonald, Mr Andrew Manley, Mr Harry Manley, Mrs Monica Mann, Mr and Mrs Fred Mannix, Mr Peter Mantle, Mr John Marsh, Mr Timothy Marsh, Mr Alan Martin, Mr and Mrs David Martin, Mr Stanley Martin, Mrs Alex McArthur, Mr Piers McGillycuddy, Dr Heather McGregor, Mr Rowan McGregor, Mr Aidan McKelvey, Professor David Melville, Lietenant General S. L. Menezes, Mr R. Michaelson, Mr John Miles-Berry, Mrs Vanessa Miles-Berry, Mr Ben Moorhead, Mr and Mrs Bobby Moorhead, Mr Henry Moorhead, Mr Sam Moorhead, Mr Seamus Moorhead, Mr Peter Morley,Mrs William Morrison, Mr John Moss, Mr Paul Mrazek, Mr Thomas Murray, Mr Hugo Nathan, Professor Malcolm Neville Naylor, Mr Robert Newell.

      Mr David Norman, Miss Davina Norman, Mrs Diana Norman, Mr Jonathon Norman, Mrs Olivia Norman, Mrs G. M. Oates, Mr William John Oates, Mrs June O’Brien, Miss Laura Ochoa, Mr Will Ochoa, Mrs Andrea O’Donnell, Mr and Mrs Charles O’Donnell, Mr Columbus O’Donnell, Mr Tim O’Donovan, Mrs Claire Oldridge, Mr Michael Osborne, Mr Roger Osborne, Miss G. Osbourne, Mr Tony Palmer, Mr Charles Palmer-Tomkinson, Mrs Patricia Palmer-Tomkinson, Dr F. H. Panton, Captain P. N. Parashar, Mr Nilesh Parekh, Mr and Mrs B. Passey, Mrs Peter Pejacsevich, Miss Amanda Jane Perkins, Mr David Perkins, Mrs Wendy Perkins, Mrs Helen Phelps, Mr and Mrs John Phillips, Mrs Jane Pickett, Mr Mark Pickthall, Mrs Winkie Pickthall, Mrs D. E. Piper, Mr Nick Pisani, Mr Gavin Poolman, Mrs Rioli Porterfield, Mr Kevin Price, Mr Richard Price, Mr R. A. Pullin, Mr Mark Pyper, Mr Alastair Ralston-Saul, Mrs W. J. Ralston-Saul, Mrs Chaya Ray, Mr A. Reeves, Dr Janet Reibstein, Mr Simon Relph, Mrs Maureen Rice, Mr Robert Rice, Mr Peter Ridout, Mr Jeremy Roberts, Mr Simon Rodway, Mr Carl C. Roe, Princess Olga Romanoff, the Hon Henrietta Roper-Curzon, the Hon Holly Roper-Curzon, Mr Tim Rose Price, Mrs Caroline Ross, Mrs M. W. Rowland, Mrs Marilyn Saddler, Mr Geoffrey Sebag-Montefiore, Mrs Santa Sebag-Montefiore, Mr and Mrs B. Seymour, Mr Anthony Sharp, Mr Tim Shaw, Mr and Mrs John Shipton, Mrs Diana Simpson, Mr H. Southorn, Mr John Speller, Mrs Margaret Sterling, Mr Angus Stewart, Mr Kenneth Stokes, Mr Kenneth Stone, Mrs Anne Strachan, Miss Joanne Strange, Mr Nick Sweeney, Ms Thelma Talbot, Mr Stanley Taylor, Mrs James Teacher, Mr Henry Thomas, Ms Rosanne Thomas, Mrs Sally Thomas, Mr Guy Thornton, Mrs Antonia Till, Mr Barry Till, Miss Barbara Tolhurst, Mr Peter Troughton, Mrs Sarah Troughton, Mr and Mrs Simon Troughton, Mr Keith Truett, Mrs Molly Tuby, Mrs Sybilla van Praag, Mr Manuel Villar, Mrs Rosemary Villar, Captain and Mrs Paddy Vincent, Mr Alan von Hohenberg-Balladur, Miss Julie Waghorn, Mrs Jacqueline Wanstall, Mr Richard Wanstall, Mr Robert Wanstall, Mr Cyril Warne, Mrs Linda Warne, Mr William Webb, Mrs Gillian Weettern, Mr Simon White, Mrs Beryl Whitmarsh, Mr Michael Wilder, Mrs Michael Wilson, Mr Michael Wilson, Mr Paul Wilson, Mrs Jennifer Wingate, Mr Roger Wingate, Mr Tony Wingate, Mrs Belinda Wingfield-Digby, Mrs Terrie Wixon Gibbs, Mr Chris Wood, Miss Elizabeth Woodthorpe, Mr John Woodward, Mr David Wright, Mr Iain Wright, Mrs Olga Yeates, Mr Philip Ziegler, Mrs Clare Ziegler, the Hon Paul Zuckerman with many other friends and former colleagues

      http://www.timesonline.co.uk/article/0,,61-1873694,00.html

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