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  1. Sir Geoffrey Adam Shakerley, 6th Baronet (9 December 1932 – 3 December 2012) was an English aristocrat and society photographer. Biography. Elder son and heir of Sir Cyril Holland Shakerley, 5th Baronet, by Elizabeth Averil, née Eardley-Wilmot, he was educated at Harrow School and Trinity College, Oxford.

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  2. 27 de dic. de 2012 · Sir Geoffrey Shakerley, 6th Bt, who has died aged 79, was a fine art and society photographer much favoured by the Royal family.

  3. Lady Elizabeth Georgiana Shakerley CVO (née Anson; 7 June 1941 – 1 November 2020) was a British party planner and socialite from the Anson family. She was a first cousin once removed of Queen Elizabeth II and sister of Patrick Anson, 5th Earl of Lichfield.

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    • Thomas Anson, Viscount Anson (father), Anne Bowes-Lyon (mother)
  4. 1 de nov. de 2020 · The Queen’s cousin Lady Elizabeth Shakerley has died at the age of 79. More widely known as Lady Elizabeth Anson, she was the monarch's first cousin once removed and a close friend of the Queen,...

  5. Shakerley’s ancestors had held the Lancashire manor from which they took their name since the 13th century but had no record of parliamentary service. Shakerley fought for the King in the Civil War, principally in North Wales, and compounded for his delinquency in 1646 with a fine of £784.

  6. › wiki › ShakerleyShakerley - Wikipedia

    Shakerley is a suburb of Tyldesley in the Metropolitan Borough of Wigan, Greater Manchester, England. It was anciently a hamlet in the northwest of the township of Tyldesley cum Shakerley, in the ancient parish of Leigh. The boundary between Shakerley and Hindsford is the Hindsford Brook.

  7. Wedding of Geoffrey P. Shakerley known May 1932 Geoffrey P. Shakerley married Barbara S. Howard in the Spring Quarter of 1932 in St Georges, Hanover Square, London