Name: Gwendolyn Mary Field
Given Name: Gwendolyn Mary
Change Date: 22 APR 2006
Birth: 1901 in of Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, United States
Sir Archibald, 16th of Duntreath and 6th Bt., who was always known as Charlie, was educated at Wellington and the R.M.C. A lieutenant in the 9th Lancers, he served during the First World War. He then became A.D.C. to The Marquess of Willingdon, Governor of Madras.
Renowned as an outstanding horseman, he was Joint Master of the Fernie Hunt from 1928-34. The family at that time lived during the winter months at Highfield House, Husbands Bosworth, near Market Harborough. Also an amateur jockey, he owned several race horses, and with his mare Ocean Wave, he won the "Race for Amateur Riders" at the Western Meeting at Ayr in 1935.
At Duntreath he planted many of the woods, some designed as pheasant coverts, which are features of the present day.
He married Gwendolyn Mary, daughter of Marshall Field II of Chicago, in 1923. His father Sir Archibald, then made over the estate of Duntreath to him. Surviving his father a bare two months, he died in June 1954.
Father: Marshall Field b: 21 APR 1868
Mother: Albertine Huck b: 16 MAY 1872 in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, United States
Charlie (Archibald) Edmonstone b: 1898
- Archibald Bruce Charles Edmonstone b: 1934
- Angus Ian Marchall Edmonstone b: 1936
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