Lady Herbert Montagu Douglas Scott

Lady Herbert Montagu Douglas Scott

Marie Josephine Agnes Edwards (19 December 1882 - 15 February 1965) was the daughter of James Andrew Edwards and Kate Marion Agnes MacNamara.

Through her marriage to Lieutenant-Colonel Lord Herbert Andrew Montagu Douglas Scott, Marie became a paternal aunt to HRH Princess Alice, Duchess of Gloucester, and thereby a maternal grandaunt to HRH Prince William of Gloucester and HRH Prince Richard, Duke of Gloucester. She was the paternal great-grandmother of Sarah, Duchess of York, and the maternal second great-grandmother of HRH Princess Beatrice of York and HRH Princess Eugenie of York.

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