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  1. Thomas Patrick John Anson, 5th Earl of Lichfield (25 April 1939 – 11 November 2005) was an English photographer from the Anson family. He inherited the Earldom of Lichfield in 1960 from his paternal grandfather.

    • 25 April 1939
    • Photographer
  2. Thomas Patrick John Anson, 5. Earl of Lichfield (kurz: Patrick Lichfield oder Lord Lichfield; * 25. April 1939 in Staffordshire, England; † 11. November 2005 in Oxford ), war einer der bekanntesten britischen Fotografen.

    • 25. April 1939
    • Anson, Patrick, 5. Earl of Lichfield
    • britischer Photograph
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    Thomas Patrick John Anson was born 25 April 1939. He was the only son of Lieu­tenant-Colonel Thomas William Arnold Anson, Vis­count Anson (1913–1958), the el­dest son and heir ap­par­ent of Thomas Ed­ward Anson, 4th Earl of Lich­field (1883–1960). His mother was born Anne Bowes-Lyon (1917–1980), a niece of Queen Eliz­a­beth The Queen Mother. His par­ents di­vorced in 1948, and his mother sub­se­quently be­came Princess Anne of Den­mark after her re­mar­riage to Prince George Valde­mar of Den­mark in 1950. He had one sis­ter, Eliz­a­beth Geor­giana (1941–2020), who mar­ried Sir Ge­of­frey Adam Shak­er­ley, 6th Baronet Shak­er­ley. Lich­field was ed­u­cated at two board­ing in­de­pen­dent schools: at Welles­ley House School, in the coastal town of Broad­stairs in Kent, and at Har­row School, in Har­row on the Hill in North West Lon­don, fol­lowed by the Royal Mil­i­tary Acad­emy Sand­hurst. His fa­ther died in 1958, leav­ing Thomas to suc­ceed as 5th Earl of Lich­field when his grand­...

    On 8 March 1975 Lich­field mar­ried Lady Leonora Grosvenor, elder daugh­ter of Robert Grosvenor, 5th Duke of West­min­ster and Viola Grosvenor, Duchess of West­min­ster. They were di­vorced in 1986. The Count­ess of Lich­field has not re­mar­ried and has re­tained her title. They had one son and two daugh­ters together: 1. Lady Rose Meriel Margaret Anson (born 27 July 1976), a goddaughter of Princess Margaret 2. Thomas William Robert Hugh Anson, 6th Earl of Lichfield (born 19 July 1978); he married Lady Henrietta Conyngham, daughter of Henry Conyngham, 8th Marquess Conyngham, in December 2009. They have two sons. 3. Lady Eloise Anne Elizabeth Anson (born 1981); she married Louis Alexander Philip Waymouthon 7 September 2013. They have two children. Lich­field's most re­cent part­ner was the bi­og­ra­pher Lady An­nun­zi­ata Asquith, daugh­ter of Ju­lian Asquith, 2nd Earl of Ox­ford and Asquith.

    On 10 No­vem­ber 2005, Lich­field suf­fered a major stroke and died the fol­low­ing day (Re­mem­brance Day) at the John Rad­cliffe Hos­pi­tal in Ox­ford, aged 66. Lich­field's fu­neral was held on 21 No­vem­ber at St. Michael and All An­gels Church, Col­wich, Stafford­shire, where he was buried in the fam­ily vault. Since 2011, the pri­vate apart­ments at Shug­bor­ough have housed an ex­hi­bi­tion of Lich­field's work. His cam­eras and light­ing gear have been set up in a re-cre­ation of his stu­dio, and there is a gallery of some of his most fa­mous pho­to­graphic subjects.

    Not the Whole Truth(Autobiography – Constable UK) 1986
    Lichfield on Travel Photography(Constable UK)
    Hotfoot to Zabriskie Point(With Jilly Cooper – Constable UK)
    Lichfield: The Early Years 1962–1982 exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery, 2003
  3. 26/04/2021 · Thomas Patrick John Anson, 5th Earl of Lichfield (25 April 1939 – 11 November 2005) was an English photographer from the Anson family. He inherited the Earldom of Lichfield in 1960 from his paternal grandfather. In his professional practice he was known as Patrick Lichfield.

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    Earl of Lichfield is a title that has been created three times, twice in the Peerage of England and once in the Peerage of the United Kingdom. The third creation is extant and is held by a member of the Anson family.

    The first creation, in the Peerage of England, was in December 1645 by King Charles I for his 4th cousin Charles Stewart, whose youngest uncle Lord Bernard Stewart, had been due to be created Earl of Lichfield by Charles I for his actions at the battles of Newbury and Naseby but

    The second creation, in the Peerage of England, came in 1674 when King Charles II bestowed the titles of Baron Spelsbury, Viscount Quarendon and Earl of Lichfield upon Sir Edward Lee, 5th Baronet, of Quarendon in anticipation of his marriage to the king's illegitimate daughter Ch

    The third creation, in the Peerage of the United Kingdom, came in William IV's coronation honours of 1831 in favour of Thomas Anson, 2nd Viscount Anson, a landowner and Whig politician from the Anson family who served as Master of the Buckhounds from 1830 to 1834 and as Postmaste

    The heir apparent is the present holder's son, Thomas Ossian Patrick Wolfe Anson, Viscount Anson.

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    Thomas Patrick John Anson est né le 25 avril 1939. Il est le fils unique du lieutenant-colonel Thomas William Arnold Anson, vicomte Anson (1913–1958), le fils aîné et héritier de Thomas Edward Anson, 4e comte de Lichfield (1883–1960). Sa mère est Anne Bowes-Lyon (1917-1980), nièce de la reine Elizabeth la reine mère. Ses parents divorcent en 1948, et sa mère devient par la suite princesse Anne du Danemark après son remariage avec le prince George Valdemar de Danemark en 1950. Il a une sœur, Elizabeth Georgiana (1941-2020), qui épouse Sir Geoffrey Shakerley (en), 6ebaronnet Shakerley. Il fait ses études dans deux pensionnats indépendants : à la Wellesley House School, dans la ville côtière de Broadstairs dans le Kent et à Harrow School, puis à l'Académie royale militaire de Sandhurst. Son père est décédé en 1958, et Thomas devient 5e comte de Lichfield lorsque son grand-père meurt en 1960. Il rejoint les Grenadier Guards en 1959. En quittant l'armée en 1962, il commence à travailler...

    Le 8 mars 1975, Lichfield épouse Lady Leonora Grosvenor, fille aînée de Robert Grosvenor (5e duc de Westminster) et de Viola, duchesse de Westminster. Ils divorcent en 1986. La comtesse de Lichfield ne s'est pas remariée et conserve son titre. Ils ont un fils et deux filles ensemble: [1] 1. Lady Rose Meriel Margaret Anson (27 juillet 1976), filleule de la princesse Margaret [2] 2. Thomas Anson, 6e comte de Lichfield (19 juillet 1978); il épouse Lady Henrietta Conyngham, fille de Henry Conyngham, 8e marquis Conyngham, en décembre 2009. Ils ont deux fils: 2.1. Thomas Ossian Patrick Wolfe Anson, vicomte Anson (20 mai 2011) 2.2. Hon. Finnian Robert Leo Julien Anson (12 août 2014) [3] 3. Lady Eloise Anne Elizabeth Anson (1981); elle épouse Louis Alexander Philip Waymouth le 7 septembre 2013. Ils ont deux enfants: 3.1. Iris Waymouth (2015) 3.2. Cosmo Waymouth (2017) La compagne la plus récente de Lichfield est la biographe Lady Annunziata Asquith, [4] fille de Julian Asquith (2e comte d'O...

    Pas toute la vérité(Autobiographie - Constable UK) 1986
    Lichfield sur la photographie de voyage(Constable UK)
    Hotfoot à Zabriskie Point(avec Jilly Cooper - Constable UK)

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