Friday, May 2, 2014

Sarah Cecconi is a step daughter who met a trustee.! Lucky girl!! The Duchess of Manchester owns the Hotel Capriani she has a suite there as of today! And several homes in Pebble Beach California. Don't mess with the county records again! Sarah Cecconi told her lawyers she tracked with The Duke of Manchester her Stepfather, to all his property's After the Duchess divorced Mr. Coleman, the Duchess married William Crocker and, after Mr. Crocker died, the Duchess married the Duke of Manchester. During most of the 1960s, and until Sarah married Enzo, Sarah traveled with the Duchess and lived in several places during *93 the year. Sarah spent approximately four months a year in Pebble Beach, two or three months in New York City, three months in London, and some time in Kenya where the Duke of Manchester had property's

Elizabeth Montagu — Mrs. Montagu is Sarah's step mother from marrying the duke of manchester who was married to Nell Vere Stead the Duke and Duchess of Manchester Nell Vere Stead had many property's in Pebble beach California had several estates the Dowager Duchess of Manchester ("Duchess").had married three time inheriting also the Duke of Manchester's many Estates in Pebble beach California. 


Sarah Cecconi was born in Miami, Oklahoma to George and Elizabeth Coleman. Sarah comes from a very wealthy family — her father was on the board of directors for Pennzoil — and she has lived an unusual life. During Sarah's childhood, she spent the summers in Pebble Beach, California and the winters in Florida. Sarah started attending boarding school in Wellesley, Massachusetts around eleven years of age and spent the first three years of high school in Middleburg, Virginia. During these years, Sarah spent the summers in Pebble Beach. Sarah spent her senior year of high school in Pebble Beach and graduated from a private high school in Monterey. Sarah developed an affinity for Pebble Beach during her childhood.

Sarah's parents divorced in 1957 or 1958 and, after that time, Sarah's mother, the Duchess, resided in Pebble Beach and Mr. Coleman resided in Palm Beach, Florida. Around this time, Sarah moved to Los Angeles and worked at two different jobs for a total of approximately one year — her only employment in her life. Mr. Coleman paid the rent on Sarah's apartments in Los Angeles.
After the Duchess divorced Mr. Coleman, the Duchess married William Crocker and, after Mr. Crocker died, the Duchess married the Duke of Manchester. During most of the 1960s, and until Sarah married Enzo, Sarah traveled with the Duchess and lived in several places during *93 the year. Sarah spent approximately four months a year in Pebble Beach, two or three months in New York City, three months in London, and some time in Kenya where the Duke of Manchester had property.
At this point in her life, Sarah did not have much income and received only a small monthly allowance. Sarah did own a townhouse in Sun Valley, Idaho ("Sun Valley Property") for approximately five years in the late 1960s and early 1970s. When Sarah owned the Sun Valley Property, she spent approximately five months a year in Sun Valley. To purchase the Sun Valley Property, Sarah borrowed $60,000 from a trust set up by Mr. Coleman's mother and father ("Trust"). The Trust was comprised of a wealthy stock portfolio and oil royalties. Mr. Coleman was trustee for and managed the Trust for his mother. The funds Sarah borrowed were repaid to the Trust when the Sun Valley Property was sold.
Enzo and Sarah
Enzo first met Sarah at the Cipriani in 1973 when Sarah stayed at the hotel with the Duke and Duchess of Manchester. Enzo and Sarah married in May 1974. At the time he married, Enzo owned a car, was the general manager of the Cipriani, and had a small house in the country for his parents. When Sarah married Enzo, Mr. Coleman cut off Sarah's monthly allowance. The Cecconis lived at the Cipriani during their first year of marriage since part of Enzo's salary included an apartment inside the hotel. For the next three years, the Cecconis leased the apartment next door to the hotel, with the Cipriani paying the rent and all expenses of that apartment.