OrnaVerum
v 6.30.00
28 Jan 2022
updated 28 Jan 2022
It's fascinating to trace the connection from

Laetitia Florence Findlay
thepeerage.com/p31336.htm#i313352

to her husband

Sir Hugh Vere Huntly Duff Munro-Lucas-Tooth
thepeerage.com/p8087.htm#i80866

to their daughter

Laetitia Helen Lucas-Tooth
thepeerage.com/p31333.htm#i313321

to her husband

Sir Michael Bernard Grenville Oppenheimer
thepeerage.com/p31336.htm#i313355

to their daughter

Xanthe Jennifer Grenville Oppenheimer
thepeerage.com/p39236.htm#i392358

to her husband

Hon. Ivo Adam Rex Mosley
thepeerage.com/p5356.htm#i53553

to his father

Nicholas Mosley, 3rd baron Ravensdale
thepeerage.com/p5184.htm#i51835

to his aunt

Irene Curzon, 2nd baroness Ravensdale
thepeerage.com/p14314.htm#i143135

to her god-daughter, my wife,

Sonia Kaulback!
ornaverum.org/family/friends/irene-curzon.html

But we should never forget the rallying cry of the Peasants' Revolt, "When Adam delved and Eve span, who was then the gentleman?"

The earliest Findlay ancestor of whom anything is known was a gardener in Arbroath, the earliest Oppenheimer was a German cigar merchant, the earliest Mosley was a failed hatter in Manchester. The earliest known Kaulback ancestors were German emigrants to Nova Scotia. The only forebear of those listed above who appears to have "come over with the Conqueror" was a Curzon, and his line is now extinct anyway.