Person    | Female  Born 9/9/1929  Died 21/10/2016

Raine, Lady Dartmouth, Countess Spencer

Born as Raine McCorquodale. Mother Barbara Cartland. Worked for the preservation of ancient buildings. Her second, of three, marriages made her stepmother to Diana, soon to be, Princess of Wales.

She died, aged 87 years, on 21 October 2016. Her Wikipedia page and her obituary in The Guardian newspaper give much information about this lady.

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Raine, Lady Dartmouth, Countess Spencer

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Black Friar pub

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