NamnAugust Edward Jessup
  • DateringLevnadstid: 1861-1925, USA - Italien, Philadelphia - Leghorn
Biografi
Relaterade föremål

Son till Alfred du Pont Jessup.

Gift med:
1. Lady Mildred Marion Bowes Lyon (d.1897), gift 1/7 1890.
2. Hyacinth Cavendish-Bentinck (1864-1916), gift 1901.
3. Jenny Jubilee Shaw, gift 1922.

Barn med 1:
1.Alfred Claude, gift 1918 med Madeleine Moulet. Boende i England. Tjänstgjorde som kapten vid Kungl. Ingenjörstrupperna under 1:a världskriget.
2.Alexander Marion (d. 1931), gift med Carmen de Mirondo.

Barn med 2:
1.Mary Violet, gift med A. W. Acland Hood, USA.
2.Olive Clara Louise, gift med A. B. B. Howell, London

Jessups inhandlare av antika föremål var Johann Karl Bosshard (1846-1914) och dennes svärson Josef Zemp (1869-1942), samma handlare som försåg Wilhelmina von Hallwyl med föremål.

Ägare av Lenzburg 1893-1911

Lady Mildred skrev musik, bl.a. ”Ethelinda”

The New York Times 11/6 1897
”London, June 10. – Lady Mildred Jessup, wife of A. E. Jessup of Philadelphia, Penn., died in France yesterday. She was a daughter of the Earl of Strathmore and Kinghorne, and was married to Mr. Jessup in 1890.

From The Times, July 2, 1890, p. 9, col. E (Court Circular):
"Lady Mildred Bowes Lyon, second daughter of Lord Strathmore, was yesterday married to Mr. A. E. Jessup, of Torquay, at Glamis Castle. The marriage was private, only relations of the bride and bridegroom being present. The Hon. Walter Maxwell was groomsman, and bridesmaids were Lady Constance and Lady Maud Bowes Lyon, sisters of the bride, and the Hon. Violet May and Muriel Bowes Lyon, nieces of the bride, who was also attended by two little pages, the Master of Glamis and the Hon. Hubert Bowes Lyon. A garden party followed the ceremony, and was largely attended by country gentry."

From The Times, June 11, 1897, p. 6, col. E (Obituary):
"The death occurred on Wednesday at Valescure, France, of LADY MILDRED JESSUP, second daughter of the Earl and Countess of Strathmore. The deceased lady was married at Glamis Castle, in July, 1890, to Mr. Jessup, of Schloss, Lenzburg, near Luzerne, and has since resided abroad, with the exception of occasional visits to this country. This is the second bereavement sustained by the Strathmore family within a very brief period, the Hon. Herbert Bowes Lyon having died at Bordighera, Italy, only eight weeks ago."