Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Mary Montagu McClure, telling Wendy Buford Montagu and Laura Montagu that the Wedding between Alexander the 13th Duke of Manchester and Marion Stoner Never happened.We Still have not seen a Marriage document they have said they would send it.

---- From: Mary Montagu <m.montagu Date: Mon, Aug 30, 2010 at 5:37 PM Subject: Re: Signing of Divorce Documents-1996 To: Wendy.Montagu Cc: duchesslauramontagu Wendy and Laura,   I have a very limited recollection of the events... certainly it is my belief that Alexander signed the documents and I can not see any other way it could have happened.   I was blackmailed by this Marion and I have not had any details of her since I handed over the cash and the documents.   I can categorically state that at no time (again to the best of my knowledge) did Alexander ever live with this woman.. nor do I know of any time at all that he may have spent with her.   At the time (of the alleged event) it was as a gag pretend marriage in a backyard... it is my belief she was living with someone else (and perhaps even a child was involved) and the whole "ceremony" was a gag... that is how it was presented at the time and I have no reason to suspect otherwise... I believe it was a scam to extract money by the woman and also that at no stage did Alexander think he was in a legal marriage with this woman and I would dispute that it was ever consumated in any way.   I would have absolutely know way of knowing where she lived or whether she was dead or alive... however if she died Alexander may well have been told by Sonia, who knew of the trick involved.  I also have no knowledge of Sonia nor her wherabouts... I am at a loss to know why this is coming up now.... It is my belief - and has always been that this was not a marriage but a scam and one, that for once, was perpetrated on Alexander not initiated by him ----- Original Message ----- From: Wendy.Montagu To: m.montagu Sent: Tuesday, August 31, 2010 7:26 AM Subject: Signing of Divorce Documents-1996         I understand that Laura sent a email to you this morning asking for help with this matter.  I’ve never officially asked you just what happened in 1996.  It appears that you accepted service of do


READ BELOW HOW MAD MARY MCCLURE WAS CALLED CRAZY BECAUSE IN HER GOSSIP COLUMN SHE TOLD LIES!!!



LADY MARY MCCLURE CHEERING THE 11TH DUKE OF MANCHESTER'S DEATH WITH HER SON KIMBOL MONTAGU AND HER DAUGHTER.


by Lex Lopez
AUSTRALIA'S newest and only duchess – Mary, the Duchess of Manchester (formerly Lady Mary Montagu) – was sipping champagne last night.

“It has taken me 30 years to educate taxi drivers that I'm really Lady Montagu....now they are going to think I'm a pub.” she said.
The duchess has just learned she had become the 12th Duchess of Manchester, following the death from a heart attack of the 11th duke in the U.S.
“Because the 11th duke was childless, my ex-husband (Lord Angus Montagu) has inherited the title as the 12th duke,” the duchess said.
“So now my children, as his only heirs, will inherit from him.”
The inheritance involves estates in Britain, the U.S. And Africa and is estimated to be woth several million dollars.
“For me it's a funny feeling,” the duchess said. “For my children, it will mean they are going to have more than Susan Sangster got from her husband. When the 11th duke was in Australia a few years ago he was quoted as saying that he was down to his last four castles.”
The former Lady Mary has inherited the title of duchess through her marriage to Lord Angus Montagu.
In 1961, the marriage of the daughter of a Geelong second-hand car dealer with the British blueblood was the social event of the season.
But the couple were divorced in 1970 after a five year separation.
As heirs to the 12th duke – whose motto is “By changing me, not disposing of me” - the duchess's three children will also have claims to titles.
The eldest, Alexander, 22, becomes a Viscount; Kimble, 21, a peer; and daughter Emma, 20, a lady.
The duchess said the Manchester dukedom with its seat, Kimbolton Castle in East Anglia, was one of the oldest in Britain – predating the Doomsday Book.
Under the British protocol system, the new Duchess of Manchester will outrank the Governor General. Sir Ninian Stephen - “When the Queen is in Australia.” The inheritance also involved 20 other titles, the Duchess said.
“To me it can't make much difference,” she said. “There was a day when it was exciting to be 23 and have a title – and to flaunt it.”
“Now I feel that I have earned it, even if only as a debt from the duke's family for raising my three little aristrocrats.”
The duchess said two of her children, Lord Kimble and Lady Emma, will go to the late
The original is unreadable when placed online but is below this rekeyed reproduction.
In the article below Lady Mary Montagu claims to have succeeded to the title of duchess, absurd since she was divorced from the  her husband, who did succeed to the title of duke at the death of his brother, the 11th duke.
Most civilized people do not celebrate when close relatives die, or if they do their toasts are at least kept private. 
The quotes from Lady Mary should be closely considered along with the scarce mention of her eldest son, Alexander, who was next in line to the dukedom. 
  
Now Lady Mary is our first duchess
Sunday June 5, 1985

by Lex Lopez
AUSTRALIA'S newest and only duchess – Mary, the Duchess of Manchester (formerly Lady Mary Montagu) – was sipping champagne last night.

“It has taken me 30 years to educate taxi drivers that I'm really Lady Montagu....now they are going to think I'm a pub.” she said.
The duchess has just learned she had become the 12th Duchess of Manchester, following the death from a heart attack of the 11th duke in the U.S.
“Because the 11th duke was childless, my ex-husband (Lord Angus Montagu) has inherited the title as the 12th duke,” the duchess said.
“So now my children, as his only heirs, will inherit from him.”
The inheritance involves estates in Britain, the U.S. And Africa and is estimated to be woth several million dollars.
“For me it's a funny feeling,” the duchess said. “For my children, it will mean they are going to have more than Susan Sangster got from her husband. When the 11th duke was in Australia a few years ago he was quoted as saying that he was down to his last four castles.”
The former Lady Mary has inherited the title of duchess through her marriage to Lord Angus Montagu.
In 1961, the marriage of the daughter of a Geelong second-hand car dealer with the British blueblood was the social event of the season.
But the couple were divorced in 1970 after a five year separation.
As heirs to the 12th duke – whose motto is “By changing me, not disposing of me” - the duchess's three children will also have claims to titles.
The eldest, Alexander, 22, becomes a Viscount; Kimble, 21, a peer; and daughter Emma, 20, a lady.
The duchess said the Manchester dukedom with its seat, Kimbolton Castle in East Anglia, was one of the oldest in Britain – predating the Doomsday Book.
Under the British protocol system, the new Duchess of Manchester will outrank the Governor General. Sir Ninian Stephen - “When the Queen is in Australia.” The inheritance also involved 20 other titles, the Duchess said.
“To me it can't make much difference,” she said. “There was a day when it was exciting to be 23 and have a title – and to flaunt it.”
“Now I feel that I have earned it, even if only as a debt from the duke's family for raising my three little aristrocrats.”
The duchess said two of her children, Lord Kimble and Lady Emma, will go to the late Duke of Manchesters funeral.