Adam Nicolson British baron and writer
Adam Nicolson is a 65 years old British baron and writer from Bransgore. He was born on September 12, 1957 in Bransgore.
Adam Nicolson 5th Baron Carnock FRSL FSA is a British author who writes about English history landscape and the sea. He is noted for his books Sea Room ; God's Secretaries: the making of the King James Bible; Men of Honour ; Earls of Paradise ; The Smell of Summer Grass ; and Sissinghurst: an Unfinished History.
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Yes, Adam Nicolson is still alive Last check: 1 year ago
His mother is Philippa Janet Tennyson-d'Eyncourt and his father is Nigel Nicolson. His mother died at the age of (Adam was 29 years old). When Adam born she was 28 years old. and Nigel Nicolson was 40 years old when Adam born.
Adam Nicolson had three marriages.
Olivia Mary Rokeby Fane
He married with Olivia Mary Rokeby Fane on Saturday, September 11th, 1982. Adam Nicolson was 24 and Olivia Mary Rokeby Fane was 22 years old. Married for 40 years, 6 months.
Sarah Clare Raven
Nicolson married with Sarah Clare Raven in 1993. Adam was 35 years old. Married for 30 years, 2 months.
He married with Olivia Fane on Saturday, September 11th, 1982. Adam Nicolson was 24 years old. Married for 40 years, 6 months.
He has six children, Thomas , Rosie , William (72, Irish bishop) , Benedict (63, British art historian) , Rose (30) and Molly (27) .
Adam Nicolson has 1 sibling. Rebecca (5 years younger)
Awarded Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature , awarded Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries ,
He graduated from Eton College, Magdalene College and Summer Fields SchoolWhat is Adam's zodiac sign?
Adam Nicolson zodiac sign is virgo.
When is Nicolson's next birthday?
Adam Nicolson was born on the , which was a Thursday. He will be turning 66 in only 175 days from today (21 March, 2023).
Other facts about Adam Nicolson
|Member of||Society Of Antiquaries Of London|
|Place of birth||Bransgore|
|Country of citizenship||United Kingdom|
|Family name||Nicolson. Show people with the surname Nicolson|
|Languages spoken, written or signed||English|