Author talk:Mary von Bothmer

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  • 1891 England

Name: Mary Countess Von Bothmer
Gender: Female
Age: 48
Relationship: Head
Birth Year: 1843
Child: Alfred F F V Bothmer
Birth Place: London, Middlesex, England
Civil Parish: Kensington
Ecclesiastical parish: St Peters Onslow Gardens
Residence Place: Kensington, London, England
Registration district: Kensington
Sub registration district: Brompton
ED, Institution or Vessel: 17
Piece: 32
Folio: 70
Household Members:
Name Age
Mary Countess Von Bothmer 48
Alfred F F V Bothmer 32
Mary C V Bothmer 32
William Norenp 26
Marian Sharpe 26
Emily J Ketchell 19
Jane Collier 40
Amelia Gardner 29
Frances Hicks 23
Elizabeth Cattell 22

  • 1881 England

Name: Countess Von Bothner
Age: 39
Estimated birth year: abt 1842
Relationship to Head: Daughter
Father: John Young
Gender: Female
Where born: London, London, Middlesex, England
Civil Parish: Paddington
County/Island: London
Country: England
Street address: No 18 Tavistock Rd
Marital status: Widow
Employment status:
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Registration district: Kensington
Sub registration district: St Mary Paddington
ED, institution, or vessel: 32
Piece: 12
Folio: 52
Page Number: 4
Household Members:
Name Age
John Young 75
Countess Von Bothner 39
Mabel Von Bothner 20
Elizabeth North 24
Martha Childs 22


marriage of

  • Hessisches Hauptstaatsarchiv; Wiesbaden, Deutschland; Signatur: 9463

Name: Alfred Felix Felix Graf von Bothmer
Gender: männlich (Male)
Age: 28
Birth Date: 22 Jan 1859
Marriage Date: 28 Dez 1887 (28 Dec 1887)
Marriage Place: Fechenheim-und-Seckbach, Hessen (Hesse), Deutschland (Germany)
Civil Registration Office: Fechenheim-Und-Seckbach
Father: Victor Alexander Graf von Bothmer
Mother: Marÿ von Bothmer
Spouse: Marÿ Collingwood Taylor
Certificate Number: 1599

baptism of

  • London Metropolitan Archives; London, England; Reference Number: p94/mts/001

Name: Alfred Felix Felix Von Bothmor
Gender: Male
Record Type: Baptism
Baptism Date: 27 Mar 1859
Baptism Place: Stoke Newington St Matthias, Hackney, England
Father: Hippolate Victor Alexander Von Bothmor
Mother: Mary Von Bothmor
Register Type: Parish Registers


  • FreeBMD

Name: Mary Von Bothmer
Registration Year: 1901 Mar. Q.
Age at Death: 63
Registration district: Kensington
Volume: 1a
Page: 137


  • Calendar of the Grants ...

Name: Countess Minnie Von Bothmer
[Mary Von Bothmer]
Death Date: 14 Mar 1901
Death Place: South Kensington, Middlesex, England
Probate Date: 21 May 1901
Probate Registry: London, England


  • London Metropolitan Archives; London, England; Reference Number: p87/js/034 > Westminster; St James, Paddington; 1851-1857

Name: Mary Otherwrie Minnie Young
[Mary Otherwise Minnie Young]
Gender: Female
Age: minor
Record Type: Marriage
Marriage Date: 24 May 1856
Marriage Place: St James, Paddington, Westminster, England
Father: John Young, merchant
Spouse: Hippdale Victor Harminder Count Von Bothmer, major in the British German Legion; his father shown as Count, ambassador
Register Type: Parish Register

Collective Biographies of Women[edit]

Countess A. von Bothmer
Alternate Names:
M. Bothmer
Mary Bothmer
Marie Countess A. von Bothmer
M. von Bothmer
Mary Young
Gender: Female
Life Dates: 1842 - 1921
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Note: Full legal name: Countess Mary von Bothmer (nee Young). This woman was the daughter of London merchant John Young, and the wife of Major Count Hippolite von Bothmer, a German diplomat and one-time consul at Marseilles. She was also an epistolary correspondent of the British author Anthony Trollope. Not to be confused with Countess Marie von Bothmer (nee von Fehleisen), the Russian wife of the German Count Maximilian Apollonius Julius Heinrich von Bothmer, as the two women were almost direct contemporaries. Editions of Anthony Trollope's correspondence has previously erroneously assigned the legal name, birth and death dates of the Russo-German Countess Marie von Bothmer to the English Countess Mary von Bothmer, while listing the literary works and correspondence of the English Mary von Bothmer. Some of this confusion arises from the fact that, during her time in France, she may have published work under the French version of her first name, Marie, thereby making her name identical to the Russo-German Countess Marie von Bothmer.