The Kings Candlesticks - Family Trees
Dr de St. FELIX [1489]
Miss OSBORNE of Upshire Hall Waltham ESS [1490]
de St. FELIX [1487]


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1. Mary OSBORNE [1488]

de St. FELIX [1487]

  • Marriage (1): Mary OSBORNE [1488]

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Julius Jottings June 1901 No 5.
Extract of later from Miss Jane Dare.
"Dr. de St. Felix was attached to the Court of Louis XVI., and fled from France at the breaking out of the Revolution.
He accumulated large property in Demerara, and married a Miss Osborne, of Upshire Hall, near Waltham, Essex. Two of their sons into the army, one in the 27th Regiment, the other, Anthony, an a Guards.
The former married his cousin, a Mary Osborne, born in 1800, and had three children, Louis, a daughter who married a Mr Campbell, and Louise Antoinette, who has inherited a little of the property of her grandfather, Mr Osborne.
Mr St Felix, of the 27th Regiment, was very intimate with Prince Louis, afterwards King of Sardinia, who took much interest in and provided for Louis St. Felix, who could only speak Italian and French. Louis St Felix paid a long visit to England in 1857, and died at Chamberry in 1859. Louise Antoinette St Felix was born in July 1821, and in July 1840, married Mr John Julius Dare. Her mother, Mary St Felix nee Osborne, died at Turin, in 1832. The Dare's Swiss property comes through Dean Abbott, who was related to the Osborne's.


de married Mary OSBORNE [1488] [MRIN: 472]. (Mary OSBORNE [1488] was born in 1800 and died in 1832 in Turin.)

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