Family tree of William Jardine (1784-1843)

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This is the family tree of William Jardine (1784–1843), co-founder of the Far Eastern conglomerate, Jardine Matheson Holdings.

Andrew Jardine
David Jardine
Rachel Johnstone
Jean Jardine
David Johnstone
William Jardine
Andrew Jardine
David Jardine
Nancy Jardine
Robert Paterson
Joseph Jardine
Robert Jardine
Margaret Hamilton
Andrew Johnstone
Margaret Johnstone
Thomas Keswick
James Jardine-Paterson
Robert William Buchanan-Jardine
William Keswick
J.J.J. Keswick
James Johnstone Keswick
Robert Jardine-Paterson
John William Buchanan-Jardine
Henry Keswick
Margaret Alice Keswick
Helen Keswick
David Jardine Patterson
(b. 1912)
Robert Jardine-Patterson
Arthur Jardine-Patterson
(b. 1918)
John Jardine Paterson
Priscilla Mignon
Andrew Robert John Buchanan-Jardine
William Johnstone "Tony" Keswick
John "The Younger" Keswick
Three sons, one daughter
John Christopher Rupert Buchanan-Jardine
Amelia Keswick
(b. 1929)
Anthony M. Weatherall
(b. 1924)
Henry Keswick
(b. 1938)
Chippendale "Chips" Keswick
(b. 1940)
Sarah Mary Ramsay
(b. 1945)
Simon Lindley Keswick
(b. 1942)
Emma Chetwode
(b. 1950)
Jamie Rupert Buchanan-Jardine
(b. 1994)
Catherine Weatherall
Edward "Percy" Weatherall
(b. 1957)
Clara Mary Johnstone
(b. 1960)
Isobel Weatherall
(b. 1962)
Benjamin Weatherall
(b. 1966)
David Keswick
Tobias Keswick
(b. 1968)
Adam Keswick
(b. 1973)
Clare Davidson
Benjamin William Keswick
(b. 1972)
Poppy Teresa Keswick
(b. 1978)
Archibald David Keswick
(b. 1980)
Willa Mary China Keswick
(b. 1985)
Bertram Weatherall
(b. 1989)
Stella Weatherall
(b. 1991)
Ruby Weatherall
(b. 1994)
Honor Weatherall
(b. 1997)
Eda Rose Keswick
(b. 2008)
Irene Keswick
(b. 2010)
Ross Keswick
(b. 2010)


  • Keswick, Maggie; Weatherall, Clara (2008). The thistle and the jade:a celebration of 175 years of Jardine Matheson. Francis Lincoln Publishing. ISBN 978-0-7112-2830-6.  Online version at Google books
  • LeFevour, Edward (1974). Western Enterprise in Late Ch'ing China: A Selective Survey of Jardine, Matheson & Company's Operations, 1842–1895 in Harvard East Asian Monographs 26. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press. ISBN 978-0-674-95010-8. 


  1. ^ Margaret Hamilton was heiress of John Hamilton-Buchanan, Chief of Clan Buchanan so to avoid extinction of the surname, the name became double-barrelled.
  2. ^ J.J.J. Keswick was a partner in the firm of Jardine, Skinner and Company (later Jardine, Henderson) in Calcutta.