Charlotte Rampling

by follers on February 14, 2015

65th Annual Berlinale International Film Festival - Closing Ceremony - Arrivals

Birth Name: Tessa Charlotte Rampling

Place of Birth: Halstead, Essex, England, U.K.

Date of Birth: 5 February, 1946

Ethnicity: English

Charlotte Rampling is an English actress, model, and chanteuse. She is the daughter of Isabel Anne (Gurteen), a painter, and Godfrey Rampling (Godfrey Lionel Rampling), an Olympic athlete and soldier. Her mother is descended from Daniel Gurteen, who founded the Gurteen & Sons clothing company, in 1784.

Charlotte’s paternal grandfather was Horace Johnson Rampling (the son of James Bacon Rampling and Alice Johnson). James was the son of Thomas B. Ramplin and Elizabeth Steggel. Alice was the daughter of Sarah.

Charlotte’s paternal grandmother was Gertrude Anne/Annie Taylor (the daughter of Frederick George Taylor and Jane Roberts Morris). Gertrude was born in Ayrshire, Scotland, to English parents.

Charlotte’s maternal grandfather was Frank William Gurteen (the son of Jabez Gurteen and Angelina Ann Sharp). Jabez was the son of Daniel Gurteen and Caroline Basham.

Charlotte’s maternal grandmother was Mabel Winifred Vinter (the daughter of James Odell Vinter and Emma Skelsey). James was the son of Charles Vinter and Anne Odell. Emma was the daughter of John Skelsey and Ellen Lumb.

The “Gurteen” family may have a remote (1600s) French Huguenot origin.

Source: Genealogy of Charlotte Rampling – http://www.geni.com

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andrew July 6, 2016 at 3:09 pm

the unusual “Gurteen” surname if of Huguenot origin. Charlotte’s mother is the heiress of the Gurteen clothing company.

http://www.gurteen.co.uk/our-story/

andrew July 6, 2016 at 3:11 pm
follers July 6, 2016 at 4:35 pm

Charlotte’s last traceable “Gurteen” ancestors that I can find was John Gurteen, who was born around 1684, and his wife Mary Alders. I can find no indication that John was a French Huguenot.

andrew July 7, 2016 at 3:27 am

You could add: the surname “Gurteen” is said to be of (French) Huguenot descent. In late 1600s, 200.000 Huguenots were kicked out of France and moved to North America and other European countries.

andrew July 7, 2016 at 5:25 am

yeah, “English” is enough for her ancestry. You could add that part in the text. “Gurteen” is a rare surname.

andrew July 7, 2016 at 5:34 am

I forgot to say, a lot of Huguenots also immigrated to South Africa. Many of the most common Afrikaner surnames are Huguenots.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Huguenots_in_South_Africa

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