Major George Frederick Myddleton Cornwallis-West (B. 1874-D.1951) was Williams only son. He was a British officer of the Scots Guards. He was the second husband of Lady Randolph Churchill (Jennie Jerome), mother of Winston Churchill. She was born in Brooklyn, New York (B.1854-D.1921) and was 20 years older. He and Lady Randolph Churchill were married on 28 July 1900. They separated in 1912 and divorced in 1913. In 1914 he married his second wife, Mrs Patrick Campbell, the celebrated actress. His third wife was Mrs Georgette Hirsch. His sister Constance Cornwallis-West became the first wife of Hugh Grosvenor, 2nd Duke of Westminster, his other sister, Mary Theresa married HSH Hans Heinrich XV, Prince of Pless to become Daisy, Princess of Pless. During his first marriage, George lived extravagantly and went bankrupt in 1913. After Colonel William Cornwallis-West's death in 1917, he sold the Ruthin estate (North Wales) in 1919 and Newlands Manor Estate (Mliford on Sea) in 1920. George Cornwallis-West died In 1951 (after having been afflicted for many years with Parkinson's disease), he died by his own hand, leaving no legitimate children. The House was then sold again in 1948, and converted into private homes. Memorials to the Cornwallis-West family can be found in the local All Saints Church.