Clipped From The Guardian
PEER'S DAUGHTER DROWNED. FIVE MONTHS' MYSTERY PARTLY CLEARED UP. The mystery of the disappearance of the Hon. Gwyneth Morgan, daughter of Lord Tredegar, was partly cleared up yesterday by the recovery of hei body from the Thames, at Itotherhithe. The body, which was fou id lying in fir feet of water, was in an advanced slags of decomposition. It was clothed in a brown costume. The marks on ?ome of the clothing, clothing, ". E. M." and " G. E. Morgan," afforded the first clue, and last evening th biidy was officially identified. An inqucsl will.be held to-day to-day to-day at Rotherhitlic. Miss Morgan disappeared from a house in Wimbledon, where she was staying, on Dc cember 11 last. She was widely travelled, and it was uhile abroad early last year that she. had had a serious illness, from which she had not recovered at, the time of hei disappearance. She lived with a medical companion in the house at Wimbledon, which her father had provided, and remained almost continually at home. Early in the mornini? of fttMnbr 11 day on which London experienced one of th worst iogs 01 me year a maid at the houst heard the door opened and closed. Latej MiS3 Morcan wan miened. Mm u-ai u-ai u-ai helluvaI to have taken a suit case and a large uin ol money. From that moment all trace of hei was lost, in spite of the activities of Scotland Yard and the Continental police. -mas -mas .uorgan was m. .-ne .-ne .-ne was decriDed ai " an unconventional girl, who had no tasM for sport." be was interested in litirafurA ami w. fond of Cue theatre.