Norman family

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The Norman family became prominent in British banking circles from about 1820 to 1950. The most prominent member of the family was Montagu Norman. the powerful Governor of the Bank of England 1920 to 1944.

The banking Normans are not descended from the Dukes of Rutland,[4] but are related to the Bonham-Carter family.[5]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Gille comments on the intermarriages between banking families, long-established and newcomers (Gille 1985).
  2. ^ Williamson, Philip. "Norman, Montagu Collet". Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (online ed.). Oxford University Press. doi:10.1093/ref:odnb/35252. (Subscription or UK public library membership required.)
  3. ^ Montagu was the eldest child (Clay 1957, p. 495).
  4. ^ One Richard Norman married Lady Elizabeth Isabella Manners, daughter of the 4th Duke of Rutland in 1798 (Lundy 2012, p. 1598 § 15975). Their son the Reverend F.J. Norman (d. 1888), Rector of Bottesford, Lincolnshire, married his cousin Lady Adeliza Manners, daughter of John Manners, 5th Duke of Rutland in 1835 (Lundy 2009, p. 1599 § 15981). Their daughter Elizabeth Cecile Norman married into the Drummond banking family, related to the earls of Perth.
  5. ^ Sir Maurice Bonham Carter (grandfather of actress Helena Bonham Carter) was grandson of George Warde Norman, and nephew to Frederick Norman

References[edit]

  • Clay, Henry (1957), Lord Norman, St. Martin's Press, p. 495
  • Gille, Bertrand (1985), Travaux de droit, d'économie, de sociologie et de sciences politiques (in French), Librarie Droz, pp. 107, 135 |access-date= requires |url= (help)
  • Lundy, Darryl (27 December 2009), p. 1599 § 15981, The Peerage[unreliable source]
  • Lundy, Darryl (11 September 2012), p. 1598 § 15975, The Peerage[unreliable source].

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