Birth: 14 March 1906

Place or Registered Place of Birth: Harewood, Yorkshire

Baptism: Not Known

Place of Baptism: Not Known

Death: 1975 - June Quarter

Place or Registered Place of Death: Shrewsbury, Shropshire

Father: Leopold Cecil Paget

Mother: Christina Jessie MacKenzie

Spouse(s): George Nevill Deas

Date of Marriage: 13 October 1927

Place or Registered Place of Marriage: St. Andrew's, Bishopthorpe, York

Children:

Elizabeth Anne Deas (1931-)
Rosemary Rachel Deas (1936-)

Notes:

The Times - November 20, 1926
Forthcoming Marriages
MR. G. N. Deas AND Miss R. Paget. An engagement is announced between George Nevill Deas, 8th King's Royal Irish Hussars, only son of the late Mr. George Deas and Mrs. Deas, of Edinburgh, and Rachael younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leopold Paget, of Middlethorpe Hall, York.

The Times - October 14, 1927
Marriages
Mr. G.N. Deas and Miss Paget.
The marriage took place yesterday at St. Andrew's, Bishopthorpe, York, of Mr. George Nevill Deas, son of the late Mr. George Deas and Mrs. Deas, of Edinburgh, and Miss Rachel Paget, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leopold C. Paget, of Middlethorpe Hall, York. The Archbishop of York officiated, assisted by the Rev. A. S. Crawley and Canon F. L. Perkins.

The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a gown of ivory satin draped at the hip and held with a buckle of diamanté and emeralds. Her long tulle veil was held by an orange blossom wreath, and she carried a bouquet of lilies-of-the-valley. Her train which was lined with green velvet and embroidered with a Louis XVI. bow and sprigs of heather, was carried by Master Rupert Berkeley Kettle and Master James Burn. There were four bridesmaids, Miss Janet Crawley, Miss Victoria Villiers, Miss Douglas Wilson, and Miss Elizabeth Crawley, who wore dresses of green taffeta with under-skirts of gold lace trimmed with small gold bows, and wreaths of gold and green leaves. They carried bouquets of bronze chrysanthemums.

The best man was Mr. D. S. Cripps, 8th King's Royal Irish Hussars, and a reception was held afterwards at Middlethorpe Hall. The bride and bridegroom afterwards left for a honeymoon in Corsica, Mrs. Deas wearing a dress of moss green satin, with a close- fitting felt hat to match.

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1911 Census:

Middlethorpe Hall, York
Leopold Cecil Paget - Head - 40 - Married 13 years - 4 children, all surviving - Seed Crusher & Land Agent - Employer - Bradford, Yorkshire
Christina Jessie Paget - Wife - 40 - London
Evelyn Mary Paget - Daughter - 10 - Babington, Somerset
Edward Catesby Paget - Son - 8 - Harewood, Yorkshire
Rachel Paget - Daughter - 5 - Harewood, Yorkshire

Rachel Paget