My kinship to Ian Fleming via Elizabeth Rosemond Taylor, has taken on a very real import. You who oppose Trump have got to look at those who depict the EU as the home of the Antichrist. Look for motive. Use your mind.
Evelyn St. Croix Fleming
Evelyn Rose was the daughter of George Alfred Sainte Croix Rose (31 January 1854 – 14 February 1926), a Captain in the service of the Royal Buckinghamshire Militia (King’s Own) and Justice of the Peace (J.P.) for Berkshire, son of the 1st Baronet Rose, of Rayners, by his marriage on 8 April 1880 to Beatrice Quain (1857 – 4 January 1911), the daughter of Sir Richard Quain, 1st Baronet, graduated with a Doctor of Medicine (M.D.). On 15 February 1906 she married Valentine Fleming (1882–1917), and by that marriage was the mother of four sons: Peter Fleming, Ian Fleming – the novelist who wrote the James Bond books, Richard Fleming and Michael Fleming. She was known for her flamboyant beauty.
After her husband’s death in action in the Great War in May 1917, Evelyn Fleming inherited his large estate in trust, making her very wealthy. However, the conditions of the money in trust transferred it to others should she ever re-marry. She became the mistress of painter Augustus John, with whom she had a daughter, the cellist Amaryllis Fleming.
She died only two weeks before the death of her son Ian on 12 August 1964.
There have been four baronetcies created for persons with the surname Rose, all in the Baronetage of the United Kingdom. Three of the creations are extant as of 2010.
The Rose Baronetcy, of Montreal in the Dominion of Canada, was created in the Baronetage of the United Kingdom on 9 September 1872 for the Canadian politician John Rose. On the death of the fourth Baronet in 1979 the title was passed on to Sir Julian Rose, 4th Baronet, of Hardwick House (see below).
The Rose Baronetcy, of Rayners in the County of Buckingham, was created in the Baronetage of the United Kingdom on 14 May 1874 for Philip Rose, founder of the Brompton Hospital for Consumption and legal adviser to the Conservative Party.
The Rose Baronetcy, of Hardwick House in Whitchurch in the County of Oxford, was created in the Baronetage of the United Kingdom on 19 July 1909 for the businessman and Liberal politician Charles Rose. He was the second son of the first Baronet of the 1872 creation. The fourth Baronet also inherited the Rose Baronetcy on Montreal in 1979 (see above).
The Rose Baronetcy, of Leith in the County of the City of Edinburgh, was created in the Baronetage of the United Kingdom on 2 July 1935 for the Scottish public servant Arthur Rose, Commissioner for Special Areas for Scotland under the Special Areas Act 1934. The title became extinct on the death of the second Baronet in 1976.
Rose baronets, of Montreal (1872)
- Sir John Rose, 1st Baronet (1820–1888)
- Sir William Rose, 2nd Baronet (1846–1902)
- Sir Cyril Stanley Rose, 3rd Baronet (1874–1915)
- Sir Francis Cyril Rose, 4th Baronet (1909–1979)
- Sir Julian Day Rose, 5th Baronet (born 1947) (had already succeeded as fourth Baronet of Hardwick House; see below)
The Heir Apparent to both the Rose Baronetcy of Montreal and the Rose Baronetcy of Hardwick House is Lawrence Michael Rose (born 1986), only son of the current baronet.
Rose baronets, of Rayners (1874)
- Sir Philip Rose, 1st Baronet (1816–1883)
- Sir Philip Frederick Rose, 2nd Baronet (1843–1919)
- Sir Philip Humphrey Vivian Rose, 3rd Baronet (1903–1982)
- Sir David Lancaster Rose, 4th Baronet (born 1934)
Rose baronets, of Hardwick House (1909)
- Sir Charles Day Rose, 1st Baronet (1847–1913)
- Sir Frank Stanley Rose, 2nd Baronet (1877–1914)
- Sir Charles Henry Rose, 3rd Baronet (1912–1966)
- Sir Julian Day Rose, 4th Baronet (born 1947) (also succeeded as fifth Baronet of Montreal in 1979; see above)
The Heir Apparent to both the Rose Baronetcy of Montreal and the Rose Baronetcy of Hardwick House is Lawrence Michael Rose (born 1986), only son of the current Baronet.
Rose baronets, of Leith (1935)
- Sir (Hugh) Arthur Rose, 1st Baronet (1875–1937)
- Sir Hugh Rose, 2nd Baronet (1907–1976)