Nancy Elizabeth Capel Cure, who died 10 January, 2006, aged 95, was the widow of (George) Nigel Capel Cure, TD, JP, DL, High Sheriff of Essex, 1951-2, and Vice-Lord Lieutenant of Essex, 1958-78, (b. 28 Sept, 1908; died 8 August, 2004).
Her husband - they wed in 1935- was descended from Thomas Cure, of Southwark, Surrey, saddler to King Edward VI, Queen Mary I, and Queen Elizabeth I, who was granted arms in 1588.
She was Nancy Elizabeth, daughter of William James Barry (who died in 1952), of Great Witchingham Hall, Norwich,and she was the mother of two sons and one daughter.
Funeral at St Germains, Bobbingworth on Friday 20 January, 2006.
Source: Daily Telegraph 16 January, 2006