Thomas Stourton, 14th Baron Stourton (1667–1744) was a younger son of William Stourton.
William Stourton, 12th Baron Stourton was the grandson and successor of William Stourton. He was the son of Edward Stourton and Mary Petre, daughter of the 3rd Baron Petre
Thomas succeeded his brother Edward in 1720. As Thomas died without children, he was succeeded by his nephew Charles in 1744.
Edward Stourton, 13th Baron Stourton (1665–1720) was the eldest son of William Stourton.
Charles Stourton, 15th Baron Stourton was the son of Charles Stourton (1669–1739), himself the third son of William Stourton, 12th Baron Stourton. Charles' mother was Katherine Frompton. Charles was the eldest of five children, with one brother and sisters; Mary (1706–1764), Jane (1708–1769) and Katherine (1710–1777).
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Baron Mowbray is a title in the Peerage of England. It was created by writ for Roger de Mowbray in 1283. It was held for a long time by the Mowbray and Howard Dukes of Norfolk. The title was united with the Barony of Segrave in 1368, when John Mowbray, 1st Earl of Nottingham and 5th Baron Mowbray succeeded to that title. Then, it became united with the Dukedom of Norfolk. The two titles were frequently separated due to the attainders of the dukes of Norfolk, and were later reunited upon the dukes' restorations. The final separation occurred with the death of the ninth duke, when the barony of Mowbray fell into abeyance. Thereafter, it was united with the Barony of Stourton after it, and the barony of Segrave, were brought out of abeyance in the nineteenth century in favour of the twentieth Baron Stourton. The baronies of Mowbray and Segrave were shortly separated, as the barony of Segrave was called out of abeyance about two weeks after the barony of Mowbray. The Mowbray barons become premier barons of England when the only older title, that of the Barony of de Ros, is held by a woman.
Baron Stourton is a title in the Peerage of England, It was created by writ in 1448 for John Stourton. In 1878, the ancient barony of Mowbray was called out of abeyance in favour of the twentieth Baron Stourton. About two weeks later, the barony of Segrave was also called out of abeyance in his favour. Thereafter, the three baronies have remained united. The formal title is Baron Mowbray, Segrave and Stourton.
There have been five baronetcies created for persons with the surname Vavasour, three in the Baronetage of England and two in the Baronetage of the United Kingdom. As of 2008 four of the creations are extinct while one is extant.
Ralph Robert Watts Sherman Stonor, 6th Baron Camoys, DL, JP was an English aristocrat and Justice of the Peace.
John Stourton, 3rd Baron Stourton was the eldest son and successor of the second Baron Stourton, and his wife Margaret Chidiock.
Francis Stourton, 4th Baron Stourton (1485–1487) was the son and successor of the third Baron Stourton.
William Stourton, 5th Baron Stourton was a younger son of the second Baron Stourton.
Edward Stourton, 6th Baron Stourton (1463–1535) was a younger son of William, the second Baron Stourton and Margaret Chidiock, daughter of Sir John Chidiock, sometimes called Lord FitzPayne.
William Stourton, 7th Baron Stourton was the eldest son of Edward Stourton, 6th Baron Stourton, and his wife Agnes Fauntleroy, daughter of John Fauntleroy of Dorset.
Charles Stourton, 8th Baron Stourton was an English peer, who was executed for murder.
John Stourton, 9th Baron Stourton (1553–1588) was the elder son of Charles Stourton, 8th Baron Stourton by his wife Anne Stanley, a daughter of Edward Stanley, 3rd Earl of Derby. His father was executed for murder when he was a small child, but the property passed to the son.
Edward Stourton, 10th Baron Stourton was a younger son of Charles Stourton, 8th Baron Stourton and Lady Anne Stanley, daughter of Edward Stanley, 3rd Earl of Derby. His father was executed for murder in 1557. He succeeded his brother John in 1588.
William Stourton, 11th Baron Stourton was the son of Edward Stourton and Frances Tresham. He married Frances Moore, daughter of Sir Edward More. William and Frances had five children;
William Stourton, 16th Baron Stourton (1704–1781) was a British peer. By his marriage to a co-heiress of the 8th and 9th Dukes of Norfolk, his descendant Alfred Stourton, 20th Baron Stourton (1829–1893) inherited in 1877 the ancient abeyant titles Baron Mowbray and Baron Segrave, with many others, created by writ and thus able to descend via female heirs.
Charles Philip Stourton, 17th Baron Stourton (1752–1816) was the son of William Stourton and Winifred Howard, a great granddaughter of the 6th Duke of Norfolk and a leading Roman Catholic.
William Stourton, 18th Baron Stourton (1776–1846) was a Roman Catholic English peer. He is chiefly remembered for the private memoirs of his relative Maria Fitzherbert, the secret wife of King George IV, which she dictated to him, and which formed the basis for her first biography, published by his brother Charles Langdale in 1856.
Catherine Stourton, Baroness Stourton, was a rich Lancastrian heiress.
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