John Christian Curwen Boyd grave monument in Passy Cemetery, Paris, Paris, France
John Christian Curwen Boyd grave monument: legible names and details
John Christian Curwen Boyd
|1882||70||1812||first name on monument||This inscription is upside down on the back of the gravestone. Boyd was born in Penninghame; Wigtown; Scotland and emigrated to New South Wales in Australia where he was a successful merchant. He inherited Merton Hall in Wigtownshire; and also had fashionable addresses in London and in Paris at 33; avenue des Champs-Elysées. He married his wife Margaret in the British Embassy in Florence in 1841.|
Edith Marion Coquelin nee Boyd
|1917||daughter of John Christian Curwen Boyd||Edith was the second daughter of John Boyd. She married Gustave Coquelin; the brother of the famous French actor Benoît Coquelin; who was rumoured to be the father of her nephew Henry Paget; the future Marquess of Anglesey. When her sister died; Edith raised the future Marquess; adding to the rumours surrounding his father. The 5th Marquess turned out to be one of the most flamboyant aristocrats of his period.|
|1977||84||1893||relationship not given of John Christian Curwen Boyd||Wife of Jean Coquelin|
Louis Gustave Coquelin
|1933||89||1844||son-in-law of John Christian Curwen Boyd||Brother of the actor Benoît Coquelin.|
Margaret Roberta "Jane" Boyd nee Campbell
|1890||71||1819||wife of John Christian Curwen Boyd||Jane; as she was known; was born to a successful Scottish merchant family who emigrated to New South Wales from Greenock in Scotland. She was known for being socially ambitious; and appears in the diary of her neighbour and friend Marie Bashkirtseff who is also buried in this cemetery. Several of her children made distinguished marriages. One son married a great granddaughter of King William IV of England; and a daughter married the future 4th Marquess of Anglesey.|
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