By Max Beer
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With the demise of her fabulously filthy rich coal mogul father while she was once simply 11, Mary Eleanor Bowes grew to become the richest heiress in Britain. An ancestor of Queen Elizabeth II, Mary grew to become a hugely proficient younger lady, successful acclaim as a playwright and botanist. Courted by way of a bevy of keen suitors, at eighteen she married the good-looking yet aloof 9th Earl of Strathmore in a celebrated, if finally afflicted, fit that cast the Bowes Lyon identify.
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