Marriage of John Leslie, son of Lady Rothes

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A Yorkshire Woman’s Notes.

Coral Pinckard

Miss Coral Pinckard.
By Joyce Mather,)

LEEDS, Thursday,


JOHN LESLIE, whose marriage to Miss Coral Pinckard takes place early in July, is Lord Rothes’s younger brother. Lord Rothes and his wife, who was Miss Beryl Dugdaie, the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Dugdale, of Crathorne Hall, Yorkshire, have received many congratulations on the advent of their son and heir, who was christened in London the other day. He received the names of Ian Lionel Malcolm. Lord and Lady Rothes have two little girls, the elder of whom. Lady Jean Leslie, was heir to the earldom until the birth of her brother, because the Rothes peerage is one of the few titles which may descend in the female line.

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Lady of the Manor.

MR. JOHN LESLIE is 22 and his fiancee, who is one of the most charming young people in Society, recently celebrated her 21st birthday. There was a touching little ceremony on that occasion, when the tenants and employees of her father’s estate, Combe Court, Chiddingfold, presented Miss Coral Pinckhard [sic] with an illuminated address, silver candlesticks, and a silver inkstand, which also served to mark her coming marriage. They are delighted, I hear, to know that Miss Pinckard will eventually become Lady of the Manor.

Mr. George Pinckard, who inherited the estate, which is entailed, from his great-uncle, recently purchased the reversion from the heir-presumptive, and so the estate will go to his daughter. Coral.

Mr. Leslie will also inherit from his mother, Noel Lady Rothes, now Mrs. Claud Macfie, a share of the large fortune left her by her father. Mrs. Macfie was one of the fortunate ones saved front the Titanic.

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