Anne Strange

Brief Life History of Anne

When Anne Strange was christened on 22 February 1831, in Boulogne-sur-Mer, Pas-de-Calais, France, her father, Chief Justice Sir Thomas Andrew Lumisden Strange, was 74 and her mother, Louisa Burroughes, was 42.

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Family Time Line

Chief Justice Sir Thomas Andrew Lumisden Strange
1756–1841
Louisa Burroughes
1789–1862
Thomas Lumisden Strange
1808–1884
William Robert Strange
1809–1889
Louisa Strange
1811–1898
Comm. James Newburgh Strange
1812–1894
Alexander George Strange
1814–
Mary Strange
1815–
Isabella Strange
1816–1878
Lt-Col Alexander Strange
1818–1876
Lettitia Strange
1820–1839
Robert Strange
1821–
Charles John Strange
1824–1863
Anne Strange
1831–

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  • Anne Strange, "France, Births and Baptisms, 1546-1896"

World Events (8)

1836 · Arc de Triomphe

The Arc de Triomphe was made specifically right before Napoleon I victory in Austerlitz in 1806 and took 30 years to build. Sadly Napoleon I would not live to see the creation finished. It’s name means triumphal arch. Assassination attempts were made on both Charles De Gaulle and Jacques Chirac from this location. Even though its name means triumph it has seen many times where Germans triumphally marched under it after winning battles.

1848

Revolution. Second Republic. First laws on labor, the press and education.

1864 · Champs-Élysées  Avenue

Champs-Élysées is over 6,000 feet long and over 200 feet wide. The name is French for Elysian Fields were in Greek mythology was the paradise for the dead heroes. It is one of the oldest avenues in France and is also the location of the Arc de Triomphe. 

Name Meaning

English (Wiltshire and Gloucestershire): nickname for a newcomer to a district, from Middle English strange ‘foreign’ (Old French estrange, Latin extraneus, from extra ‘outside’).

Irish (Antrim): this name is also common in Ireland, where, in addition to its English etymology, it may represent an Anglicized form of any of several Irish names containing the element gall ‘stranger’, e.g. Doyle , Gallagher .

Dictionary of American Family Names © Patrick Hanks 2003, 2006.

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