NameLady Constance Mackenzie SUTHERLAND-LEVESON-GOWER , F
Birth19 January 1881, Newhall
Death24 November 1932
FatherFrancis Mackenzie SUTHERLAND-LEVESON-GOWER , M (1852-1893)
MotherHon. Lilian Janet BOSVILLE-MACDONALD , F (1856-1905)
Spouses
Birth24 July 1872, Pencaitland, Haddingonshire, Scotland
Death28 November 1914, From Wounds Received In Action, World War I
BurialIn Vault Under Church, St Madoe’s Parish Church, United Kingdom
Marriage19 April 1904, Pitfour, Perthshire, Scotland
ChildrenIan Rorie Hay , M (1904-1969)
 Torquil Cathel Hugh , M (1909-1961)
2Dennis Luckie MATTHEW, M
Death26 September 1935
FatherHerbert Denison MATTHEW , M
Marriage4 August 1921
Notes for Lady Constance Mackenzie SUTHERLAND-LEVESON-GOWER
There is an article about Lady Constance in the “New York Times” newspaper on 20th December 1908, Section: The Marconi Transatlantic Wireless Dispatches, column 2.

There is an article about Lady Constance in the “New York Times” newspaper on 10th February 1913, page 4.
Notes for Edward Austin (Spouse 1)
15th Baronet.22

Name: STEWART-RICHARDSON, Sir EDWARD AUSTIN
Initials: E A
Nationality: United Kingdom
Rank: Captain
Regiment/Service: Black Watch (Royal Highlanders)
Unit Text: 3rd Bn. attd. 1st Bn.
Age: 42
Date of Death: 28/11/1914
Additional information: 15th Bart. Son of Sir James T. Stewart-Richardson, 14th Bart., and Alice Cochrane, Lady Stewart-Richardson; husband of Lady Constance Stewart-Richardson (nee Mackenzie, now Lady Constance Matthew). Served in the South African Campaign.
Casualty Type: Commonwealth War Dead
Grave/Memorial Reference: In vault under Church.
Cemetery: ST. MADOE'S PARISH CHURCHYARD
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