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The 75-year-old mistress of vast, gloomy, allegedly haunted Glamis (pronounced Glarms) Castle in Scotland, legendary scene of Macbeth's murder of Duncan, died of heart disease last week in London. She was the hardworking, domestic, society-shunning Countess of Strathmore and Kinghorne, wife of the 83-year-old 14th Earl of Strathmore and Kinghorne. Descendant of England's famed Cavendish and Bentinck families, the daughter of a clergyman grandson of the. third Duke of Portland, the Countess was the mother of ten children, six of them still living. By far her most noted child is England's Queen...

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