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== MacClare relatives ==
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== MacClare Relatives ==
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=== Lady Agatha ===
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'''Lady Agatha''', born at Duneagle, is the elder sister of [[Hugh MacClare, Marquess of Flintshire]]<ref>Robert confirms this in the 2012 Christmas Special</ref>, the younger sister of [[Lady Louisa MacClare|Lady Louisa]], the sister-in-law of [[Susan MacClare, Marchioness of Flintshire]], the granddaughter of the Countess of Newtonmore, the aunt of James MacClare, Lord Newtonmore, Lady Annabelle and [[Lady Rose MacClare|Rose]] and the aunt-in-law of Lady Annabelle's Husband.
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In Autumn 1920, [[Violet Crawley]] informed Rose that she would go up to [[Duneagle Castle]] and spend the rest of her vacation with Agatha; this information horrified Rose, who threatened to run away. Violet managed to reign Rose in by saying that until she was older, she was under their command. Rose later claimed that Agatha was "a monster"<ref>Episode 3.08</ref>. In 1920, Agatha was residing at [[Duneagle Castle]] but she was only there to care for Rose, and had left by September 1921.
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'''Appearances'''
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*[[Episode 3.08]] {{Mention}}
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*[[2012 Christmas Special]] {{Mention}}
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'''Mentions'''
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{{Quote|I know. Lady Agatha isn't much of a party person, I admit.|[[Violet Crawley, Dowager Countess of Grantham]].|Episode 3.08}}
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{{Quote|I'm being sent North tomorrow with a monster for a jailer!|Rose on Agatha at the Cricket Match.|Episode 3.08}}
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{{Quote|Alone in Scotland with Aunt Agatha!?|Rose's horror at being sent to Duneagle under the watchful eye of her aunt.|Episode 3.08}}
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{{Quote|It was nursery game: Louisa was a lobster, Agatha was a shark - which is easy to believe - and I suppose Shrimpie was a shrimp.|Robert on Louisa, Agatha and Shrimpie.|2012 Christmas Special}}
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'''Notes '''
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Agatha's surname may be MacClare, for we do not know if she has ever been married. Her current whereabouts are unknown.
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=== Lady Annabelle ===
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'''Lady Annabelle (nee MacClare)''' is the eldest daughter of [[Hugh MacClare, Marquess of Flintshire]] and [[Susan MacClare, Marchioness of Flintshire]], the elder sister of [[Lady Rose MacClare]], the sibling of James MacClare, Lord Newtonmore, granddaughter or great-niece of Roberta and great-niece of [[Violet Crawley]]. Sometime before September 1921, Annabelle was married, though her married name is unknown.
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'''Appearances'''
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*[[2012 Christmas Special]] {{mention}}
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*[[Episode 5.04]] {{mention}}
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'''Mention'''
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{{Quote|First James left, and then Annabelle got married. We started to learn just how little we had in common.|[[Hugh MacClare, Marquess of Flintshire]] on Annabelle and James.|2012 Christmas Special}}
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=== Lady Annabelle's Husband ===
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'''Lady Annabelle's husband''' is the son-in-law of [[Hugh MacClare, Marquess of Flintshire|Hugh]] and [[Susan MacClare, Marchioness of Flintshire|Susan MacClare]], and the brother-in-law of Rose and James MacClare.
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'''Appearances'''
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*[[2012 Christmas Special]] {{mention}}
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===James MacClare===
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'''James MacClare''', Earl of Newtonmore is the son and heir of [[Hugh MacClare, Marquess of Flintshire]] and [[Susan MacClare, Marchioness of Flintshire]], the brother of Lady Annabelle, the elder brother of [[Lady Rose MacClare]]. By September 1921, he had "left" home.
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'''Appearances'''
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*[[2012 Christmas Special]] {{Mention}}
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'''Mention'''
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{{Quote|First James left, and then Annabelle got married. We started to learn just how little we had in common.|[[Hugh, Marquess of Flintshire]] about James and Annabelle.|2012 Christmas Special}}
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===Lady Louisa MacClare===
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'''Lady Louisa, '''born at Duneagle,''' '''is the eldest sister of [[Hugh MacClare, Marquess of Flintshire]] and Lady Agatha, the sister-in-law of [[Susan MacClare, Marchioness of Flintshire]], the granddaughter of the Countess of Newtonmore, the aunt of [[James MacClare, Lord Newtonmore]], [[Lady Annabelle]] and [[Lady Rose MacClare]] and the aunt-in-law of [[Lady Annabelle's Husband|Annabelle's Husband]].
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'''Notes'''
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Louise's surname may be MacClare, for we do not know if she has ever been married. Her current whereabouts are unknown: she may be married and away from Duneagle, or she may be deceased.
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'''Appearances'''
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*[[2012 Christmas Special]] {{Mention}}
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'''Mention'''
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{{Dialogue a-b-a-b|Matthew|Why are the Flintshire's based in Scotland, when the title's Welsh?|Robert|Oh, Shrimpie's Grandmother was Countess of Newtonmore in her own right - it's now their courtesy title.|Dare one ask why he's called Shrimpie?|It was nursery game: Louisa was a lobster, Agatha was a shark - which is easy to believe - and I suppose Shrimpie was a shrimp.|Robert and Matthew in September 1921|2012 Christmas Special}}
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===Countess of Newtonmore===
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The '''Countess of Newtonmore''' was the Scottish paternal grandmother of [[Hugh MacClare, Marquess of Flintshire|Hugh 'Shrimpire' MacClare]], Marquess of Flintshire. She was countess in her own right and title is now the courtesy title of the Marquess of Flintshire currently being used by Shrimpie's son, James. She was the heiress of [[Duneagle Castle]].
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'''Appearances'''
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*[[2012 Christmas Special]] {{Mention}}
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'''Mention'''
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{{Dialogue a-b|[[Matthew Crawley|Matthew]]|Why are the Flintshires based in Scotland, when the title's Welsh?|[[Robert Crawley, Earl of Grantham|Robert]]|Oh, Shrimpie's Grandmother was Countess of Newtonmore in her own right - it's now their courtesy title.|Robert and Matthew in September 1921|2012 Christmas Special}}
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'''Behind the Scenes'''
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*[[wikipedia:Newtonmore|Newtonmore, Scotland]] was the real life filming location for the BBC TV series ''[[wikipedia:Monarch of the Glen (TV series)|Monarch of the Glen]]'' in which ''Downton Abbey'' creator Julian Fellowes starred as [[wikipedia:Kilwillie|Lord Kilwillie]], a fictional Scottish nobleman.<ref>http://www.newtonmore.com/things-to-do/immediate-vicinity/monarch-of-the-glen.html</ref>
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