Thomas Stourton, 14th Baron Stourton

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Thomas Stourton, 14th Baron Stourton (1667–1744) was a younger son of William Stourton.

Thomas succeeded his brother Edward in 1720. As Thomas died without children, he was succeeded by his nephew Charles in 1744.

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    Peerage of England
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    1720–1744
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