William Angus Drogo Ignaza Montagu, 9th Duke of Manchester (1877-1947), was a politician, soldier, Styled Lord Kimboltonfrom 1877 to 1890, Viscount Mandeville; a title he held until 1892 when he inherited the Dukedom aged fifteen. Educated at Eton and Trinity College Cambridge, the 9th Duke took the Liberal Whip in the House of Lords and eventually became Deputy Chief Whip. He was also Captain of the Lancashire Fusiliers.
The 7th Duke and his Duchess Louise (named the double duchess because she subsequently married the love of her life the Duke of Devonshire) were in the Prince of Wales’s Marlborough House set and decimated for the future King Edward VII at his country seat Kimbolton Castle. Though the 8th Duke married Cuban-American heiress Consuelo, she did not bring the expected dowryk and fell foul of the Prince of Wales having briefly served as his mistress.
 A further family seat Tandragee ,Kimbolton Castle and its contents including masterpieces by Holbein, Titian, Rubens, Van Dyke and Reynolds were preserved.
The Duke wrote My Candid Recollections in 1932 many trips to America met and married Kathleen Dawes in 1937 having divorced his first duchess in 1931. It was in America that the 9th Duke bought the Hamilton v Drogo case to court in order to establish a trust to benefit his heirs and protect the inheritance of Kimbolton Castle and its contents from his creditors. In 1946 he moved his family – including the future 10th Duke – to Kenya’s Happy Valley where he farmed a 25,000 acre estate.
The 9th Duke died in Seaford, Sussex, in 1947 aged 69. His son spent the rest of his life in Kenya
Once again unless you have seen our trust account original trust documents or the tax man. And what we pay our trustees and there wife's and all the thousands of estates, landownership, buildings we own than shut up. Unless you can show something deeds, ownership etc...100 year leases are standard on the land and we have the documents.