ARBUTHNOTT / Hebbar marriage

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Richard R

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Jul 26, 2021, 1:21:35 AMJul 26
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Aldo Gerard Luke b 1997 s of Nicholas Charles ARBUTHNOTT b 1958 (3xgt gs of 8th Viscount of ARBUTHNOTT 1778-1860 & & Margaret d 1870 dau of 8th Earl of AIRLIE 1733-1819) and his 2nd (& former) w Susan Fenella (Fanny) DUBES

From the Times of 24 July 2021:
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Navi Hebbar, 24, a digital content manager for Zinc Network, a communications agency, and Aldo Arbuthnott, 23, who is qualifying to be a personal trainer, were married on May 21, 2021, at Hammersmith and Fulham register office, southwest London...
...On November 29, 2019, two years to the day from their first date, Aldo proposed...
...Aldo, who is British-Guatemalan, has two siblings, while Navi is one of two from a Hindu family in Bangalore. She had been expected to accept an arranged marriage and so the announcement of her wedding to Aldo came as a surprise to some. Eventually dates were set for June last year and when, due to the pandemic, that was cancelled the couple settled on December, which was also cancelled. Navi moved from London during the lockdowns to live with Aldo’s family and worked from home as a social media manager. Last August they moved to a studio flat in West Kensington, London, and were able to set a date for May this year at the Hammersmith and Fulham register office... They were allowed ten guests, including Aldo’s brother Carlos and his mother, Fanny...
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Mark Jennings

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Jul 26, 2021, 6:59:55 AMJul 26
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According to Burke's,  neither brother is currently in remainder to the Viscountcy, although their father is; they were probably adopted into the family.

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Jul 26, 2021, 8:28:55 AMJul 26
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My version of Burke's Landed Gentry of Scotland-the Kingdom of Scotland(2001) state otherwise;and both Carlos and Aldo are asterisked,alongside their father as legitimate lineal cadets.  

Mark Jennings

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Jul 26, 2021, 3:30:26 PMJul 26
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Burke's Landed Gentry of Scotland appears to be incorrect; here is an article from the Guardian in 1999 which refers to the adopted status of the Arbuthnotts' children:

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