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    Mary Soames, Baroness Soames, LG, DBE, FRSL was a British author. The youngest of the five children of Winston Churchill and his wife, Clementine, she worked for multiple public organisations including the Red Cross and the Women's Voluntary Service from 1939 to 1941, and joined the Auxiliary Territorial Service in 1941. She was the wife of Conservative politician Christopher Soames.

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    • 31 May 2014 (aged 91), London, England
  2. Talk:Mary Soames - Wikipedia › wiki › Talk:Mary_Soames
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    I think this should be Lady Soames, not Baroness Soames, as so far as I'm aware she is not a peer herself. The title Baroness is not used for the wives of Barons, only for ladies who are appointed peers in their own right (ie. Baroness Thatcher). She should therefore be known as Lady Soames. Can someone verify that she holds no peerage? lawsonrob19 January 2006, 11:38 1. See WP:PEER. Proteus (Talk)20:41, 21 January 2007 (UTC) From the United Kingdom's Parliament website and the authoritative Dod's Companion, it would appear that Lady Soames has not, to date, been granted a peerage. She is addressed as Lady Soames by virtue of the fact that she is the widow of the late Lord Soames. In any case, the wife of a baron is never addressed as "Baroness'; simply as Lady X (husband's surname).- Daniel Oh 1. 1.1. The BBC refer to her as Lady not Baroness in this article Racklever (talk) 15:43, 1 June 2014 (UTC) 1. 1.1. 1.1.1. I think there is a difference between what title is used socially an...

    I doubt it. — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 22:43, 26 November 2012 (UTC)

    What happened in May 1965 to make her The Hon? -- Jack of Oz [Talk]00:25, 15 July 2013 (UTC) 1. Her mother Clementine Churchill was created Baroness Spencer-Churchill.Dr. D.E. Mophon (talk) 01:35, 15 July 2013 (UTC) 1. 1.1. Thanks. -- Jack of Oz [Talk]02:10, 15 July 2013 (UTC)

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    Mary Spencer-Churchill was born and brought up at Chartwell, and ed­u­cated at the Manor House at Limps­field. She worked for the Red Cross and the Women's Vol­un­tary Ser­vice from 1939 to 1941, and joined the Aux­il­iary Ter­ri­to­r­ial Ser­vice in 1941 with which she served in Lon­don, Bel­gium and Ger­many in mixed anti-air­craft bat­ter­ies, ris­ing to the rank of Ju­nior Com­man­der (equiv­a­lent to Cap­tain). She also ac­com­pa­nied her fa­ther as aide-de-camp on sev­eral of his over­seas jour­neys, in­clud­ing his post-VE trip to Pots­dam, where he met with Harry S. Tru­man and Joseph Stalin. In 1945, she was ap­pointed a Mem­ber of the Order of the British Em­pire(MBE), in recog­ni­tion of mer­i­to­ri­ous mil­i­tary services. She served many pub­lic or­gan­i­sa­tions, such as the In­ter­na­tional Churchill So­ci­ety, as a Pa­tron; Church Army and Churchill Houses; and chaired the Royal Na­tional The­atre Board of Trustees be­tween 1989 and 1995. She was Pa­tron of the Na­ti...

    On 31 May 2014, Lady Soames died at her home in Lon­don at the age of 91 fol­low­ing a short illness. Her ashes are buried next to those of her hus­band within the Churchill plot at St Mar­tin's Church, Bladon, near Wood­stock, Ox­ford­shire. Since 24 Sep­tem­ber 1982, with the death of her sis­ter Sarah, she had been the last sur­viv­ing child of Win­ston Churchill. Six months after her death, on 17 De­cem­ber 2014, Sotheby'sLon­don auc­tioned 255 items out of her col­lec­tion on be­half of her heirs, in­clud­ing paint­ings by and mem­o­ra­bilia at­tached to her fa­ther, Win­ston S. Churchill. Ac­cord­ing to Sotheby's, the sale "re­alised an out­stand­ing total of £15,441,822, well above pre-sale ex­pec­ta­tions of £3.6-5.5 million."

    Mary Soames mar­ried the Con­ser­v­a­tive politi­cian Christo­pher Soames (later cre­ated Baron Soames) in 1947 and they had five children:[citation needed]

    Books writ­ten by Mary Soames (ti­tles may vary be­tween UK and US edi­tions): 1. Clementine Churchill: The Biography of a Marriage(1979) 2. Family Album: A Personal Selection from Four Generations of Churchills(1982) 3. The Profligate Duke: George Spencer Churchill, Fifth Duke of Marlborough, and His Duchess(1987) 4. Winston Churchill: His Life as a Painter(1990) 5. Speaking For Themselves: The Private Letters of Sir Winston and Lady Churchill(1999) 6. Clementine Churchill: The Revised and Updated Biography(2005) 7. A Daughter's Tale: The Memoir of Winston and Clementine Churchill's Youngest Child(2012)

    Mary Soames at IMDb
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    A film clip ALLIES TAKE KISKA ETC. (1943) is available at the Internet Archive
  5. Nicholas Soames - Wikipedia › wiki › Nicholas_Soames

    Soames was born in 1948 in Croydon, Surrey, the eldest son of Christopher Soames and Mary (née Spencer-Churchill). He is a grandson of the British Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill , and a grandnephew of the founders of the Scout movement , Lord Baden-Powell and his sister, Agnes Baden-Powell .

  6. Descendants of Winston Churchill - Wikipedia › wiki › Descendants_of_Winston

    Gemma Mary Soames b. 1979, 2. Flora Caroline Soames b. 1982, 3. Archie Christopher Winston Soames b. 1988 The Hon. Charlotte Peel, Countess Peel (née Soames) 17 July 1954: m. Richard Alexander Hambro 1973–1982: 1. Clementine Silvia Hambro b. 1976; m. William James Robert Peel, 3rd Earl Peel, 1989: 2. Lady Antonia Mary Catherine Peel b. 1991 ...

  7. Remembering Her Ladyship: Mary Soames | HuffPost › entry › mary-soames-remembering

    Jun 12, 2014 · Remembering Her Ladyship: Mary Soames. 06/12/2014 03:50 pm ET Updated Dec 06, 2017. The loss of Lady Mary Soames, Winston Churchill’s youngest daughter and last surviving child, who died on May 31 at the age of 91, deprives the world of its finest direct Churchillian link. For me, it also draws to a close a very sweet friendship.

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Mary Soames, Baroness Soames, LG, DBE, FRSL (née Spencer-Churchill; 15 September 1922 – 31 May 2014) was a British author. Biography Mary Spencer-Churchill was born and brought up at Chartwell,...

  9. Christopher Soames - Wikipedia › wiki › Soames,_Christopher

    Christopher Soames. Arthur Christopher John Soames, Baron Soames, GCMG, GCVO, CH, CBE, PC (12 October 1920 – 16 September 1987) was a British Conservative politician who served as a European Commissioner and the last Governor of Southern Rhodesia. He was previously Member of Parliament (MP) for Bedford from 1950 to 1966.

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    Jun 12, 2014 · Remembering Her Ladyship: Mary Soames 06/12/2014 03:50 pm ET Updated Dec 06, 2017 The loss of Lady Mary Soames, Winston Churchill's youngest daughter and last surviving child, who died on May 31 at the age of 91, deprives the world of its finest direct Churchillian link.

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