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The Children of Violet Manners, Duchess of Rutland

Violet Manners, Duchess of Rutland was born Marion Margaret Violet Lindsay to the Hon. Charles Hugh Lindsay and Emilia Anne Browne. She married Henry Manners, 8th Duke of Rutland.
Their children were:

Marjorie Harriet Paget, called "Victoria", later "Marjorie Paget, Marchioness of Anglesey"

Robert Charles John Manners, Lord Hadden (he died young)

John Henry Montagu Manners, later "John Manners, 9th Duke of Rutland"

Violet Catherine Manners

Diana Olivia Winifred Maud Manners, later "Lady Diana Cooper, Viscountess Norwich" (Diana's true father was English politician Henry Cust)

Names for Daring Girls


These names are inspired by edgy, assertive girls that throw caution to the wind, strive to be the best, but aren't afraid of failure. They are daring, inspiring, and heroic.
Jobs for these ladies: Aviatrix, lion tamer, journalist, Egyptologist, and nurse.

Sisko
Delta
Anouk
Ines
Audley
Vesper
Justine
Margot
Ingrid
Meryl
Harriet
Juno
Ruth
Greta
Maeve
Phoebe
Dagny
Georgia
Thora
Velma
Malka
Piper
Hero
Una or Oona
Tamsin
Meredith
Zelda
Juniper
Abbott
Rosario
Thekla
Matilda or Tilda
Nell
Lila
Riva
Kit or Kitty
Nova
Aster
Cleo or Clio
Bronte
Flannery

Real Life Heroines:

Freya Stark - British explorer and writer (1893-1993)
Junko Tabei - Japanese mountain climber and the first woman to climb Mount Everest (1939-)
Alexandrine "Alexine"
Tinné - Dutch explorer (1835-1869)
Merieme Chadid - Moroccan astronomer and researcher (1969-)
Aloha Wanderwell (born Idris Galcia Hall) - Canadian explorer and filmmaker (1906-1996)
Wasfia Nazreen - Bangladeshi mountaineer, writer, and activist (1982-)
Belva Ann Lockwood - American; one of the first female lawyers and the first female attorney to go before the Supreme Court (1830-1917)

Mae Jemison - The first black woman in space (1956-)
Osa Johnson - American woman who explored with her husband (1894-1953)
Amelia Earhart - American; The first woman to fly across the Atlantic (1897- disappeared 1937)
Manon Rhéaume
- Canadian; The first woman to play in a NHL game (1972-)

Comments

  1. Lovely list! My daughter's full name is on here, as well as basically my whole shortlist for #2!

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