We have also to record the deaths of—
Mr. George Stanger-Leathes, of Thirlmere House, Leamington, last surviving son of Mr. Thomas Leathes Stanger-Leathes, of Dalehead Hall, Cumberland, and Elm Bank, Lillington, Warwickshire, on the 19th ult., at Lausanne.
Mr. Charles Carne Lewis, the coroner for South Essex, on the 26th ult., at his residence at Brentwood, aged 74 years. The deceased gentleman had held the office of coroner for about fifty years.
Eliza Anne, Lady Cormack, widow of Sir John Rose Cormack, M.D., of Paris, and daughter of Mr. William Hine, of the Island of Jamaica, survived her husband a few months only. Her death is just announced.
Mary Anne, Lady Cust, widow of General the Hon. Sir Edward Cust, Bart., K.C.H. and only daughter and heiress of Mr. Lewis William Boode, on the 19th ult., at Leasowe Castle. Cheshire, aged eighty-two. She was at one time Woman of the Bedchamber to H.R.H the Duchess of Kent.
Major Augustus Astley George Dashwood, late of the 108th Regiment, nephew of the late Sir George Dashwood, forth Bart., of Kirtlington Park, Oxfordshire, on the 20th ult., at Boulogne-sur-Mer. He served in the Indian Mutiny, and was placed on the retired list in 1881.
Mr. John Stirling, of Kippendavie, Perthshire, Chairman of the Scottish North-Eastern Railway Company, and of the North British Railway Company, for some time Deputy Chairman of the Royal Bank of Scotland, and latterly one of the directors, on the 27th ult., at his residence, near Dunblane, aged seventy-one.
Source: The Illustrated London News, No.2257—Vol. LXXXI, Saturday, August 5, 1882, p.150