Jeffrey M. Kern
Just a quick note: Miss Cherry was only the first cousin in law to the Countess of Rothes (which I thankfully learned from some relatives, who do not wish their names to be addressed). Gladys was the daughter of Frederick James, Lord Cherry and his wife, Emily Louisa Haworth (Aunt of Norman Evelyn, Lord Leslie, 19th Earl of Rothes, and Baron of Ballinbreich). Gladys was the youngest of three children, and, as mentioned, she married George Octavius Shaw Pringle (some time after April 1928, in her late forties, thus having no children with Mr Pringle, a military officer). She (as also mentioned in her biography) died on 4 May 1965 at Mount Alvernia, Godalming, in Surrey South Western, England. Just thought to share the name of Miss Cherry's parents, as well Miss Cherry's being only the cousin in law of the Countess of Rothes, as opposed to her being the exact cousin. Hope this helps anyone else who had got confused.