Walter Aston

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Lord Aston Of Forfar
... Lord Aston of Forfar was a title in the Peerage of Scotland that was created on 28 November 1627 for Sir Walter Aston, Bt, who had been a baronet of Tixall Hall, Staffordshire (in the Baronetage of England) on 22 ... the 5th Lord on 24 August 1751, while the lordship passed theoretically to William Aston, a descendant of an uncle of the 1st Lord ... After the death of the 6th lord, the lordship passed to Walter Aston, a descendant of another uncle of the 1st Lord ...
Walter Aston, 9th Lord Aston Of Forfar
... Walter Aston, 9th Lord Aston of Forfar (September 15, 1769 – January 21, 1845) was a son of Walter Aston, 8th Lord Aston of Forfar, and Anne Hutchinson ... In 1805, he succeeded his father as Lord Aston of Forfar in the peerage of Scotland ... While he assumed and bore the title of Lord Aston of Forfar, and it was recorded by the County of Worcester, he presented a petition in 1819 to be officially declared Baron Aston of Forfar, for ...

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