Frederick Ramon De Bertodano (1871 - 1955)

Born: 1871 | Died: 1955 | Grave: I 104 | Category: Military

8th Marquis del Moral, born in New South Wales and served with the Notts Yeomanry. Bertodanos were one of the ancient families of Spain; the gold chain on their crest commemorated the ancestors who fought the Moors in 1212 and broke their chain defences. The family became anglicised after the 5th Marquis married an Englishwoman and became Governor of the Bank of England 1835-36.

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  1. January 23, 2014, 3:33 am

    I have written about Frederick’s father, the Australian equine pioneer Ramon Edward de Bertodano Lopez in “Horsemen of the First Frontier (1788-1900).ISBN 0 646 44865 X

  2. December 5, 2014, 10:12 pm

    I do not understand what this website is about. frederick ramon de bertodano died and is buried in Salisbury southern Rhodesia (now Harare, Zimbabwe)

    • sheena
      July 29, 2015, 2:21 pm

      I will have a look and see if there are any clues on the gravestone or our records and update the website if I find out anything. Thanks for your post

  3. July 28, 2015, 6:07 pm

    has anyone studied the gravestone? Frederick Ramon de Bertodano was buried in Salisbury, Rhodesia. I suspect the gravestone is of his son Andrew 1912-1957.

  4. Martin
    February 7, 2016, 7:33 pm

    Ramon Roman de Bertodano y Lopez married Henrietta Pattison in 1837. Her Father James Pattison was Governor of the Bank of England
    and Member of Parliament for the City of London.
    R.E deB was their son, and his son was F.R deB who died on 25th Feb 1955 in Salisbury [now Harare] where he is buried. His son Andrew died in
    1957 in Cambridge England where he is buried.

  5. Bertodano
    May 10, 2016, 4:54 pm

    The 5th Marques 1805-1865]married an Henrietta [1813 – 1869] daughter of James Pattison [1786-1849.] who was governor of the Bank & M.P. for the City of London.The family grave in Hampstead contains the body of the first wife [Ida born Dalzell [1876-1924] of the 8th Marques; also interred there are the body of their eldest daughter Monica [1909-1966, and the ashes of their youngest daughter Mary [1911-2009]
    Their other children are commemorated [but not interred] there.

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