- Walter Aston, 7th Lord Aston of Forfar
Walter Aston, 7th Lord Aston of Forfar, succeeded his brother
Philip Aston, 6th Lord Aston of Forfar, as Lord Aston of Forfarin the peerage of Scotlandin 1755.
He died without a direct heir in
1763, and thus his title passed to his cousin, Walter Aston, 8th Lord Aston of Forfar.
* Burke's Dormant & Extinct Peerages, originally published in London in 1883, reprinted by Genealogical Publishing Company, Baltimore, 1996. Pages 13 & 14.έ
Lord Aston of Forfar
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Walter Aston, 8th Lord Aston of Forfar — (October 10, 1732 ndash;July 29, 1805 [Courthope, William (editor). (1836.) [http://books.google.com/books?id=UNQDAAAAQAAJ pg=RA5 PA400 dq=%22Lord+Aston+of+Forfar%22+1732+1804 Debrett s Complete Peerage of The United Kingdom of Great Britain and… … Wikipedia
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 May 1611. The baronetcy became extinct on the death of … Wikipedia
Philip Aston, 6th Lord Aston of Forfar — Philip Aston, 6th Lord Aston of Forfar, was probably born at his ancestral seat of Millwich in Staffordshire, England.In 1751, he succeeded his distant cousin James Aston, 5th Lord Aston of Forfar, as Lord Aston of Forfar in the peerage of… … Wikipedia