Graham Bonham-Carter is accused of assisting Russian billionaire Oleg Deripaska in the removal of his artwork from the United States, as well as providing payments to preserve Deripaska’s US homes.
Graham Bonham Carter is a British businessman and property manager. The NCA has suspended his accounts as they investigate a potential link between the monies in the account and Russian businessman and Vladimir Putin supporter Oleg Deripaska.
According to The Guardian, the agency said on Friday that it had acquired two account freezing orders against Graham Bonham-five Carter’s bank accounts. The agency has refused to comment more on the matter since it is still under investigation.
Who is Graham Bonham Carter’s Wife?
Graham Bonham-Carter is Helena Bonham-second Carter’s cousin.
Graham’s mother was previously married to his father, Robin Desmond Bonham-Carter, and they had three children together, one of them is Graham.
She then married her second husband, Francis Lyle Kirkwood, who died in a vehicle accident while on a jungle tour after just six years of marriage. Graham and his wife Kay, as well as their nephew Marcus, were killed in the disaster.
Helena Bonham Carter was born to Raymond and Elena Bonham Carter. The actress and her mother called Graham after the horrific accident to check on him.
Graham and his dad are not mentioned on the Bonham-Carter family’s Wikipedia page. The family is descended from British Member of Parliament and attorney John Bonham-Carter and his wife Joanna Maria Smith.
Graham Bonham Carter Age
As of 2022, Graham Bonham-Carter age is 62 years old.
Graham Bonham Carter Biography
John Bonham-Carter (1788–1838), the first person to adopt the double-barreled surname, is the ancestor of the Bonham-Carter family. He was Sir John Carter’s son (born before 20 December 1741 – 18 May 1808, sometime Mayor of Portsmouth, himself a son of John Carter, a merchant). When he acquired his cousin Thomas Bonham’s properties, he added the surname Bonham by Royal Licence. The majority of the Bonham-Carters have attended Unitarian congregations.
John Bonham-Carter (1788–1838), a British Member of Parliament and attorney, was the first to adopt the name. His wife Joanna Maria Smith was the daughter of abolitionist MP William Smith; Florence Nightingale was Florence’s mother; Barbara Bodichon was Barbara Bodichon, and Benjamin Leigh Smith was Benjamin’s father.
Joanna Hilary Bonham-Carter, a daughter of John and Joanna who died in 1865, was an artist and a friend of political journalist Harriet Martineau. The National Portrait Gallery is home to Hilary’s pictures of her relative Florence Nightingale.
Fourth generation John (1817–1844), a son of John and Joanna, was also an MP. In 1866, this John Bonham-Carter had a short stint as a Lord of the Treasury.
Arthur Thomas Bonham-Carter, KC (1869–1916), was his third child by his second wife, The Hon. Mary Baring (a descendant of The First Baron Northbrook), and he attended Winchester College and Trinity College, Cambridge. A.T. Bonham-Carter was a soldier and a lawyer who later held the position of Justice of the bench in the Mombasa-based His Majesty’s High Court of East Africa. When the First World War started in 1914, Mr. Justice Bonham-Carter was still a sitting judge on this court. Later, he left his position as a colonial judge in British East Africa and joined The 1st Battalion, The Hampshire Regiment as an officer. He finally rose to the rank of captain. He died while fighting with this unit on July 1, 1916, the opening day of the Battle of the Somme. He was eventually laid to rest at the Serre Road Military Cemetery No. 2 in the vicinity of Beaumont-Hamel, in northern France. At the Nairobi Muthaiga Country Club’s war monument, Captain Bonham-name Carter may be seen.
The only case to date where three generations have received Life Peerages under the Life Peerages Act 1958 is the Bonham Carter family, descended from Sir Maurice Bonham Carter and The Baroness Asquith of Yarnbury: Violet, Baroness Asquith of Yarnbury, her son Mark Raymond Bonham Carter, and her granddaughter Jane Bonham Carter were all individually made life peers of Yarnbury in the County of Wiltshire.
Hollywood actress Helena Bonham Carter, a two-time Academy Award contender, and British Academy Film Award winner, is one of the most well-known members of the Bonham Carter family