John   Bouch
1770-1830 Moved from Cumberland to London. Buried in St Magnus Martyr, Lower Thames St.
  Nicholas   Lowther
1780-1833 THE LOWTHERS OF GT ORTON AN EARLY 19TH CENTURY PORTRAIT OF NICHOLAS LOWTHER (1780-1833) oils, from an original portrait by Andrew Geddes ARA (1783-1844). 91.5cm x 71.5cm. A 19TH CENTURY PORTRAIT OF MARGARET LOWTHER, sister to Nicholas, oils, painted by Andrew Geddes, 76cm x 63cm. (2) *** Margaret married John Bouch and both portraits have come by family descent to the present owner. Sold at auction for £420 on 21/3/2007
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            Jane   Jefferson
Mary   Liddell
1783-1859 of St James, Piccadilly. Prob. the Mary Liddell christened 28 Jan 1783 Saint Giles, Great Orton, dau of Joseph & Margaret Liddell (IGI)

  m.     m.     m.   John   Bouch
b. 30 MAR 1811
d. 29 MAR 1895 of Coombe Lea, Bickley. Head of firm of 'Manchester merchants' in 7-8 Bread St., City of London. Belonged to Fishmongers Guild. Groomy says d. in 1893.
m. Margaret   Lowther
b. 27 SEP 1814
d. 31 MAR 1860 Auction catalogue said she was Nicholas's sister
  m.   Morrell, Dr Sir   MacKenzie
b. 7 JUL 1837 742 High Road, Leytonstone, Essex!742 High Road, Leytonstone, Essex
d. 3 FEB 1892 Marylebone, London Marylebone, London Son of Dr. Stephen Mackenzie (1803-51), who was the elder (or eldest) son of the Rev. John Mackenzie. Heritage plaque at his birthplace, 742 High Road, Leytonstone. Lived i> n Wimpole St and then 19 Harley St. Bur. Wargrave, Berkshire.
m. Margaret   Bouch
b. 10 APR 1839 St Pancras (IGI) St Pancras (IGI)
d. 13 FEB 1909 St. Andrews Place, Regent's Park St. Andrews Place, Regent's Park drank too much. After Morell died she moved to The Little House, Wargrave, which he had bought some years before. After 1916 lived with either Ethel or Olga.
wife &

Theodore McKenna
b. 1853 Bedminster, Bristol Bedminster, Bristol
d. 10 APR 1937 Marylebone, London Marylebone, London
Solicitor, ran a detective agency Christening, 15 OCT 1853 , St Marys Redcliffe, Bristol (IGI)? 1881: with parents William C. and Emma and younger sister Mary and brothers Gerald & Ernest, in Ravensbourne Park, Lewisham. £Widower with one daughter, Violet, by 1st marriage. Lived in York Place, Regent's Park. Eldest brother, Leopold's son was the novelist Stephen McKenna (1888-1967).
G2, ID=3399
Ethel Margaret Morrell MacKenzie
b. 1869 Marylebone, London Marylebone, London
d. 9 SEP 1929 Etretat, Normandy, France Etretat, Normandy, France
engaged previously to Theodore's brother Reginald (1863-1943), who became an MP and Chancellor of the Exchequer Died of cancer. Obit. The Times 11 Sep 1929.
G2, ID=3398
Henry Harvey Morell 1864-1916 Harrow School. Drank too heavily. Had leg amputated after accident in a dogcart. Thereafter lived at Wargrave.
Kenneth Morrel, Dr 1867-1915 lived in Morland, Cumbria in 1906. Drank too much.
Hilda Marian Morell 1871-1916 Lived at Scatwell, the house built by her father in the grounds of The Little House at Wargrave. Died of drink shortly after her brothers.
Olga Muriel Morrell 1873-1953 m. at 19; Groomy was a bridesmaid. Lived at Ousely's, Wargrave and St Andrew's Place, Regent's Park. Bought an Elizabethan house 'Great Surreys' near East Grinstead.
Gerald Morrell
b. 1891
d. ABT 1949 childless childless in Navy in WW1
Living Relative
b. 1894 Marylebone Marylebone badly wounded in WW1. Marriage broke up after a few years.
Living Relative
b. 1896 1st qtr, Marylebone 1st qtr, Marylebone
d. OCT 1917 shot down flying in WW1 shot down flying in WW1

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