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Adjust Text Size: A A- RUDY BUCHOLZ Peacefully on Thursday, October 19, following 98 years of a happy and fruitful life.He is survived by his beloved son Bob (Pat); beloved grandchildren, Jon (Holly), Lisa (Dwayne), Jessica (Brant) and his step- great-grandsons, Luke and Hayden. He was predeceased by his wife Marie and four siblings.Sadly - but perhaps inevitably given the current realities of scholarly publishing - that intention proved to be impractical.As published, Officials of the Royal Household lists only holders of offices suitable to be held by peers and most offices suitable to be held by those of gentle birth - less than half of the positions in the household.Rudy served in the Second World War, served in the Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders and the Winnipeg Grenadiers.Rudy always supported his grandchildren in their sporting events and taught all three to hunt and fish.“I’ve seen her resting her head on his shoulder and in his lap in the back of his chauffeur-driven car.“I’ve seen them taking walks on Fifth Avenue and in Central Park – just as he used to do with Jackie.” Kim is one of her generation’s Best and Brightest – a high-flying, Ivy League-educated beauty with an MBA from Harvard and a degree in Russian and Slavic language and literature from Princeton.

The DCO extends, corrects and completes the data on the royal household first set forth in Officials of the Royal Household 1660-1837, compiled by Sir John Sainty, KCB and Robert Bucholz, 2 vols., published by the Institute of Historical Research, London in 1997-98, as volumes eleven and twelve of the on-going series "Officeholders in Modern Britain" (available on the Institute's online bookshop at The last lover of Jackie Onassis, super-rich international diamond merchant Maurice Tempelsman, has a new love – 39 years his junior.Tempelsman, Jackie’s constant companion for the last 15 years of her life, celebrates his 71st birthday in three weeks.Out of the opportunity afforded by the unused lists, the frustration borne of their disuse, and the conviction that only by knowing all of the officers and servants of the household can the full life of the institution be understood in all its variety, has grown the Database of Court Officers.

For purposes of the DCO, the royal household consists of officers in the monarch's household under the supervision, direct or indirect, of the lord chamberlain (including those in the Bedchamber, Chapel Royal, Great Wardrobe, Jewel Office, Robes, and, prior to 1685, the Tents and Toils; the gentlemen pensioners and yeomen of the guard; keeper of the Privy Purse; lord almoner and sub-almoner), lord steward or master of the horse which involved swearing-in and a regular form of remuneration, such as wages, boardwages or diet.

He taught everyone to be skilled cribbage and rummy players.