I mention this on the m,ain 1983 talk page, too. Andrew Morrison was 30 years old in 1983 and probably was not following Dad around. In fact, based on what I could Google, Andrew's two younger brothers and one younger sister were all from the Viscount's ex- wife. I'd think that they were probably all be with Mum, wherever she was. The Viscount had married a second wife in 1969, meaning the two daughters they had were teens or younger in 1983 and were probably in Bermuda. I can't find their names anywhere. Benkarnell 20:53, 9 June 2009 (UTC)

Andrew would definitely not be king of Bermuda. According to this bio he was most likely in Chicago in 1983, which was nuked. I'm starting to lean toward's John's wife as queen if we can't find the name of the daughters and where they were. I hate to do this...but we could say that the daughters died, a nuclear war would be rough on the young and the old. Mitro 01:58, 10 June 2009 (UTC)
Wow, that's... amazing research. That's one interesting, unforseen aspect of this TL: stalking semi-private citizens to determine their whereabouts 26 years ago. If you found him, I'm sure the sisters Morris will turn up somewhere. Perhaps a letter: Dear Lord Morris, could you share the names of your half sisters with us? We're doing a bit of a fiction project in which one of them ends up as queen of Bermuda. Sincerely yours, Several Creepy Internet Guys. Benkarnell 04:42, 10 June 2009 (UTC)
I actually burst out laughing when I finished reading your message and got several strange looks at work, I tip my hat to you sir. But on a more serious note, what do you think of just making the second wife Queen for the time being? Mitro 13:21, 10 June 2009 (UTC)

FOUND THEM after five months!! [1] - They're in a Google Book, meaning it might not be online later, so here is the info on the family:

His Lordship m. 2ndly 1969 • Diana Mary Cunliffe, dau. of C.M. Vise and has further issue,

2a • Joanna Catherine [London address ommitted], b. 25 April 1971.
3a • Mary Allison [Bogota address ommitted], b. 12 Dec. 1972.

This is from Burke's Landed Gentry of Great Britain, 19th Edition (2001), Burke's Landed Gentry LLC, Wilmington, DE. And yes, the original does in fact provide the ladies' addresses, but copying them here would have felt just a little too "creepy Internet guy" ;-).

This does mean that if you want to modify the article to conform to normal inheritance practices, Joanna or possibly Mary can be the current Queen. [EDIT] I just noticed that they're also on ThePeerage, but that site fails to note that Lord Dunrossil had a second wife: [2]. Benkarnell 05:34, November 4, 2009 (UTC)

Wow great job Ben, I forgot all about the Royal Family of Bermuda. So how does the normal inheritance practice work. Joanna would be 12 when Doomsday happened, what does she become of age to take the throne? Mitro 15:06, November 4, 2009 (UTC)
Wait a second what am I talking about. Joanna would be 28 when her father died. She should be eligible to take the throne. Mitro 15:17, November 4, 2009 (UTC)

Yep. And no doubt married to a nice Bermudan boy for a Prince Consort. I think Gamb should decide, though - Bermuda is his, and maybe he'd prefer Diana to take over for her husband. Benkarnell 22:45, November 4, 2009 (UTC)

I left a message on Gamd's talk page, but he hasn't edited the wiki in over a month. If he doesn't respond I say we should just go ahead and make the changes. Mitro 15:20, November 5, 2009 (UTC)
Wow! Thanks a lot there :) Can't believe you found something on it, I will change the hereditary styles, thanks again Ben =] And yeah sorry about not editting for a while, just started college, holiday etc. But yeah cheers again :) --Gamb1993 21:01, November 5, 2009 (UTC)
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