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The youngest sister of the present Lord Shaftesbury, and the wife of that popular baronet, Rear-admiral Sir George J. Scott Warrender, whom she married in 1894, Lady Maud Warrender has proved herself an ideal hostess, and one of the cleverest amateur actresses and singers in the country. She has a voice of rare power and charm - a gift which she shares with her brother, Lord Shaftesbury, who also has an exceptionally fine voice. Lady Warrender is never happier than when giving her services on behalf of deserving charities, and there is no doubt that, had she been born and bred in another sphere than her own, she would have become a serious rival of our leading operatic singers. Perhaps Lady Warrender's greatest success was when she sang in St. Paul's Cathedral, before a specially invited audience, several selections, including " There is a Green Hill Far Away," and Gounod's " Ave Maria." On another occasion she sang with Madame Melba in a duet. Lady Warrender, who numbers among her sisters the beautiful Countess of Mar and Kellie and Lady Evelyn Baring, has two sons, and lives for the greater part of the year at Rye, Sussex.
Lady Maud Warrender Langfier