Charles Stourton, 19th Baron Stourton

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Charles Stourton, 19th Baron Stourton (1802–1872) was the son of William Stourton, 18th Baron Stourton and Catherine Weld.

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    Peerage of England
    Preceded by
    William Stourton
    Baron Stourton
    1846–1872
    Succeeded by
    Alfred Joseph Stourton