Tertius Murray Obituary, Death- More details have come to light regarding the unexpected passing that occurred last week of Stuart Wyndham Murray Threipland, the owner of Dunbeath Castle and estate. On Monday, June 12, Mr. Murray Threipland, also known as Tertius, was discovered with a fatal gunshot wound to the head on the grounds of Wilton Estate in Wiltshire, as reported by the Salisbury Journal.
According to the Wiltshire Police, “Officers were called to an address in Wilton at 1.10 pm on June 12 following a report of a sudden death of a man in his 70s.”A file will be created on behalf of Her Majesty’s Coroner for Wiltshire even though it is thought that there were no suspicious circumstances. The body of the 76-year-old landowner and businessman was discovered next to his vehicle, and authorities do not believe that there were any suspicious circumstances or the involvement of a third party. An investigation was initiated on June 22 at the Wiltshire and Swindon Coroner’s Office in Salisbury. However, it was postponed until August so that the coroner could reach a conclusive decision.
William Herbert, the Earl of Pembroke, resides in Wilton House, which is located on the Wiltshire estate. Mr. Murray Threipland was William Herbert’s stepfather. He passed away on the same day that it was reported by property agency Savills that his estate and the 13-bedroom castle located in Dunbeath had been put up for sale and that offers greater than £25 million were being sought. His loved ones have expressed that he will be “hugely missed,” and his colleagues and friends in the business world have paid respect to him on the social networking platform LinkedIn.
It was with great regret that a machinery manufacturing business called Kitagawa Europe Ltd, of which he was chairman, led the tributes with the following remark that was posted last week: “It is with great sadness we announce the death of our Chairman, Stuart Wyndham Murray Threipland – who we all knew as Tertius. “He was a well-known and respected member of the engineering community all around the world, and he will be sorely missed by all of his peers.
In all of his interactions, whether they were professional or personal, he exuded his own unique sense of style, humor, and charm, and he was driven and determined enough to make whatever he attempted a success. “Never one to let the grass grow under his feet, retirement was not an option for him, and his enthusiasm for his companies continued to the end, ensuring their growth and success.” “You will be greatly missed by all of us.”