Lady Elizabeth Marshall Drummond

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Lady Elizabeth Marshall Drummond (Lamson)

Birthplace: New York, USA
Death: Died in Paris, France
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Charles Lamson and Elizabeth Robertson Lamson
Wife of Sir Victor Arthur Wellington Drummond
Sister of Fidelia Marshall Hoffman; Charles Marshall Lamson; Katherine W Lamson; Caroline Lane Brown; Charlotte Lane Appleton and 4 others

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About Lady Elizabeth Marshall Drummond

Obituary From the New York Times [no date] :-


Former Miss Elizabeth M Lamson of New York Dies at her home in Paris.

"Lady Drummond, the widow of Sir-Victor Arthur Wellington Drummond of Cadlands, England, died on Monday, in Paris, according to cable dispatches received by her family in this country yesterday. Before her marriage Lady Drummond was Elizabeth Marshal Lamson of New York. She was the daughter of the late Charles Lamson and Elizabeth Marshall, whose ' home in this city was at 11 West Twenty-first Street.

The wedding took place in New York about thirty years ago, Mr. Drummond having met Miss Lamson when he was attached to the British Embassy at Washington. He was knighted later in his diplomatic career.

At the time of her husband's death four years ago. Lady Drummond moved her home from Munich to Paris, and at the time of her death was living on the Avenue Victor Hugo. She Is survived by six sisters, Mrs. Richard Hoffman of New York, Mrs. John M. Brown of Boston, Mrs. Robert C. Cornell of New York, Mrs. Pedro de Florez of Paris, Mrs. E. D. Appleton of New York, and Mrs. Charles F. Guthrie of New York. She had been ill for several months and her death was not unexpected. Three of her sisters were with her, Mrs. De Florez, whose home is in Paris, and Mrs. Brown and Mrs. Appleton, who had gone there when it became evident that Lady Drummond's illness was serious. Mrs. Cornell, who is the wife of Magistrate Cornell, is on the ocean, bound for Paris. She sailed on Saturday. The burial will be at Cadlands."

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