Julian Lennon

Lennon in 2016, photo by kathclick/Bigstock.com

Birth Name: John Charles Julian Lennon

Place of Birth: Liverpool South, Lancashire, England, U.K.

Date of Birth: 8 April, 1963

Ethnicity: English, Irish, Welsh

Julian Lennon is a British singer, songwriter, photographer, filmmaker, author, and philanthropist. He is the son of Cynthia (Powell) and musician John Lennon. His half-brother is musician Sean Lennon.

Julian’s paternal grandfather was Alfred Lennon (the son of John Lennon and Mary “Polly” Maguire). Alfred was born in Liverpool, Lancashire, England. John was born in County Down, Ireland, the son of James Lennon and Jane McConville. Mary was born in Liverpool, likely also of Irish ancestry, and was the daughter of James Maguire.

Julian’s paternal grandmother was Julia Elizabeth Stanley (the daughter of George Ernest Stanley and Annie Jane Millward). Julia was born in Liverpool, Lancashire, England. George was the son of William Henry Stanley, whose father was an English immigrant to Australia, and whose mother was an Australian of English descent; and of Eliza Jane Gildea, who was born in Omagh, Co. Tyrone, Ireland. Julian’s great-grandmother Annie was born in Chester, Cheshire, England, to Welsh parents, John Dumbry Millward and Mary Elizabeth Morris, from Bridgend, Wales.

Julian’s maternal grandfather was Charles Edwin Powell (the son of Thomas Davies Powell and Elizabeth Alice Seddon). Charles was born in Chorlton, Lancashire, England. Elizabeth was the daughter of Henry Seddon and Ann I.

Julian’s maternal grandmother was Lillian/Lilian Anne/Annie Roby (the daughter of Frederick Roby and Elizabeth Ann Lomax). Lillian was born in West Derby, Lancashire. Frederick was the son of Frederick Roby and Emily Scragg. Elizabeth was the daughter of John Lomax and Ellen Chavin, who may have been born in the East Indies.

Sources: Genealogies of Julian Lennon – https://www.geni.com

2 Responses

  1. andrew says:

    Citation: the popular song “Hey Jude” by The Beatles his after him.

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