John Brabazon, The 15th Earl of Meath’s 80th Birthday and John and Xenia Brabazon, The 15th Earl and Countess of Meath’s 48th wedding Anniversary

Response from The Right Honourable The 15th Earl of Meath on the occasion of his 80th birthday and 48th wedding anniversary.

Born John Anthony on 11th May 1941 to The Right Honourable Major Anthony and Elizabeth, The 14th Earl and Countess of Meath.

Born Xenia on 14th June 1946 to Paul and Sheila Goudime-Levkovitsch.

The couple married on 12th May 1973 and they have three children; Hon Corinna married Julian Holloway; Anthony, Lord Ardee married Fionnuala, Lady Ardee; and Hon Serena married Andrew Legge.

The Earldom of Meath created in The Peerage of Ireland in 1627 for The Brabazon Family. They had been raised to The Peerage of Ireland as Baron Ardee in 1616 and The 2nd Baron was created The Earl of Meath.

The Earldom of Meath created in The Peerage of Ireland in 1627 by Charles I. The subsidiary titles are Lord Brabazon, Baron Ardee in the County of Louth in The Peerage of Ireland in 1616 by James I (James VI of Scotland) and Baron Chaworth of Eaton Hall in the County of Hereford in The Peerage of The United Kingdom by William IV.

The Earls of Meath have called Killruddery House home for over 400 Years.

Killruddery House was recently the setting for Alfea School in the Netflix show Fate: The Winx Saga.

The reply is in the form of a postcard which features a statue of Ganymeade with Zeus in the form of an eagle, one of the statues in the Orangery at Killruddery House and Gardens.

Postcard Front; Ganymeade with Zeus in the form of an Eagle

Postcard Reverse

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