This is a quote from that website, but it is confusing to me. What does me mean that doubt is cast regarding the birth/death of the baby?
I'm sorry about any confusion.
I don't have my original notes which led to me inserting the comments against the stillborn birth.
David Duff's Hessian Tapestry Book (page 352) mentions the body of an eight-months child, born in the crash was found at the scene.
Although I've carried out some searches today I can't find my original source which cast cast doubt on Duff's statement. My recollection is somewhat of an haze but I can remember a discussion on one of the mailing lists/boards which mentioned there was no supporting evidence a baby's body was found. Also if my memory serves me, the buriel site of the family has no reference to the baby.
Marlene Eilers Queen Victoria's Descendants book mentions the crash but I couldn't locate any mention of finding a baby's body although the The Genealogy section of the book includes the stillborn child (day of crash).
An article from "Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia", mentions "An autopsy revealed Cecilie was pregnant with her fourth child at the time of the crash", possibly suggesting the child was not stillborn.
If anyone can share any further information regarding David Duff's statement I would be more than happy to clarify the comments on my Web Page?