The will (dated Aug. 6, 1881) of Lady Margaret Harriet Cavendish Scott Bentinck, late of No. 5, Brook-street, Grosvenor-square, who died on April 9 last at Naples, was proved on the 20th ult. by Edward Bailey and Edward Horsman Bailey, the executors, the value of the personal estate in the United Kingdom amounting to upwards of £141,000. There are special bequests to her nieces, the Hon. Charlotte Isabella Ellis and the Duchess of Sermoneta, and for the benefit of her nephew, Lord Howard de Walden, and his wife, Blanche, Lady Howard de Walden; and legacies also to her grandson, executors, maid, and butler. As to the residue of her real and personal estate, the testatrix leaves it, in the event of Lord Howard de Walden having a son living at her death, between her sister, Lady Ossington, her niece, the Duchess of Sermoneta, and her nephew, the Hon. and Rev. William Charles Ellis; but if he has no son, then between her said sister and niece only.
Source: The Illustrated London News, July 1, 1882, p.28