Originally posted by Rollo:
Emily Maloney Stokes
Date of Birth: 1897
Date of Death: 14 October 1930.
Md (1903) Major Spencer Fullerton Weaver (December 1979-1 January 1939) Divorced by 1929
A native of Philadelphia, she is best known under her married name. She was twice winner of the US National Doubles 1914 and 1918)
Had a daughter, Lillian H. Weaver, and two sons, S. Fullerton Weaver, Jr. (b May 1911) and Clifton S. Weaver (b January 1917)
Her husband designed the Waldorf-Astoria, the Hotel Pierre in New York City, and the Breakers in Palm Beach. Mrs Weaver was a great beauty. The family owned an estate in East Hampton, Long Island that was called "Spencecliff." The death date comes from the New York Times.
By all accounts Mutch-Molesworth's nickname was "Mall", not "Mal".
Lady Blanche Gladys Roundway (1879-1969) was married to Edward Colston, Lord Roundway on 28 April 1904. Lord Roundway was a member of Parliament and died 29, March, 1944. Their only child, a daughter named Lydia (1910-1924), died tragically from a fall at their manor house. Lady Roundway was the daughter of George Duddell of Queen's Park, Brighton, and Hong Kong.
All very respectable on the surface. In fact her father got wealthy by cornering the opium makret in Hong Kong. He returned to Enlgand to live rather openly with more than one mistress at once.
Our Lady Roundway is equal to Blanche Duddell Colston. She became Lady Roundway on the death of her father-in-law on 17 June, 1925
Sylvia Jung. Born 2 July, 1904. Died in 1970. She was the daughter of Frederic Jung and Caroline Vulliamy. Sylvia wed Raoul Lafaurie (1890-1960) in 1922. They had a son named Jacques, born in 1925. She later Fernand Henrotin and then Bernie Weldon.