The 10th Duke of Atholl, 64, one of Scotland's richest...

DEATHS ELSEWHERE

February 29, 1996

The 10th Duke of Atholl, 64, one of Scotland's richest landowners and the head of the only private army in Britain, died of a stroke Tuesday in London. Born George Iain Murray, he succeeded to the title in 1957. He had served as president of the Scottish Landowners Federation, president of the National Trust for Scotland, chairman of the Royal National Lifeboat Institution and captain of the House of Lords bridge team.

Bernice McMurry Scott, 91, mother of Coretta Scott King and mother-in-law of Martin Luther King Jr., died Monday in Atlanta.

Joseph W. Barr, 78, a former Treasury secretary, congressman and bank executive, died of a heart attack Friday in Playa del Carmen, Mexico, where he was vacationing. He lived in Hume, Va.

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