Lord George Alastair Innes-Ker (b. 20 November 1996) The Duke lived at Floors Castle, Kelso, Roxburghshire. In December 2009, he was diagnosed with oesophageal cancer and received treatment for the condition in London. Death The Duke died at Floors Castle on 29 August 2019, following a lengthy illness. References
Guy David Innes-Ker, 10th Duke of Roxburghe (18 November 1954 – 29 August 2019), styled Marquess of Bowmont and Cessford until 1974, was a British aristocrat. He was a Liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Fishmongers and a Freeman of the City of London. He was the Duke of Roxburghe from 1974 until his death.
09/06/2020 · He has been a non-executive Director of Kelso Races Limited since 1977. The owner of Floors Stud, he has owned and bred racehorses for thirty years, and is the owner breeder of Attraction, the winner of five Group 1 races. Presently, he has horses in training with John Gosden, Michael Bell, Roger Charlton and Luca Cumani.
- November 18, 1954
- 10th Duke of Roxburghe
- Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
05/09/2019 · Guy Innes-Ker, 10th Duke of Roxburghe, businessman, racehorse breeder and conservationist. Born: 18 November 1954. Died: 29 August 2019, aged 64 By The Newsroom Thursday, 5th September 2019, 8:00...
Der Duke war seit 1992 mit Virginia Mary Wynn-Williams verheiratet; er hatte einen Sohn und eine Tochter mit ihr. Als er 2019 starb, erbte sein ältester Sohn aus erster Ehe, Charles, seine Adelstitel. Weblinks. Website von Floors Castle; Genealogics; Guy David Innes-Ker, 10th Duke of Roxburghe auf thepeerage.com
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- 18. November 1954
- Innes-Ker, Guy, 10. Duke of Roxburghe
29/08/2019 · The 10th Duke of Roxburghe has died at the age of 64 following a lengthy battle with cancer, his family has announced. Guy Innes Ker died peacefully at his ancestral home, Floors Castle, near...
29/08/2019 · Guy Innes Ker, the 10th Duke of Roxburghe, inherited the title in 1974 at the age of just 19 while serving in the British Army with the Blues and Royals in Cyprus. He had won the Sword of Honour months earlier as the top officer cadet of his intake at the Sandhurst and was regarded by his peers as a high achiever and such a brilliant sportsman that some thought he might turn professional.