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Egerton of Tatton, Baron (UK, 1859 - 1958)

 

Creation: let.pat. 15 Apr 1859

 

Extinct: 30 Jan 1958

 

Family name: Egerton

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Arms:

See Earl Egerton of Tatton

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William Tatton [Egerton], 1st Baron Egerton of Tatton

1st son and heir of Lt Col Wilbraham Egerton MP, of Tatton Park, co. Chester (by his wife and cousin Elizabeth Sykes, 2nd dau. of Sir Christopher Sykes, 2nd Bt. MP, of Sledmere House, co. York), 1st surv. son and heir of William Tatton later Egerton MP, of Tatton Park and Wythenshawe Hall, co. Chester (by his second wife Mary Wilbraham-Bootle, 2nd dau. of Richard Wilbraham later Wilbraham-Bootle MP, of Rode Hall, co. Chester), only son and heir of William Tatton, of Wythenshawe Hall, co. Chester, by his second wife Hester Egerton, sister and sole hrss. of Samuel Egerton MP, of Tatton Park, co. Chester, and only dau. of John Egerton, of Tatton Park, co. Chester (by his wife Elizabeth Barbour, dau. of Samuel Barbour), 1st son and heir of Hon Thomas Egerton, of Tatton Park, co. Chester (by his wife Hester Busby, dau. of Sir John Busby, of Addington, co. Buckingham), 3rd son of John [Egerton], 2nd Earl of Bridgewater

born

30 Dec 1806

mar.

18 Dec 1830 Lady Charlotte Elizabeth Loftus (b. 22 Apr 1811; d. 11 Sep 1878), 1st dau. of John [Loftus], 2nd Marquess of Ely, by his wife Hon Anna Maria Dashwood, a Maid of Honour to Queen Charlotte and a Lady of the Bedchamber to Queen Adelaide, 1st dau. of Sir Henry Watkin Dashwood, 3rd Bt. MP, of Kirtlington Park, co. Oxford

children

1. Hon Wilbraham Egerton, later 2nd Baron Egerton of Tatton later 1st Earl Egerton of Tatton

2. Loftus Edward Egerton (b. 25 Jul 1833; dvp. 20 Dec 1833)

3. Hon Alan de Tatton Egerton, later 3rd Baron Egerton of Tatton

3. Hon Loftus Charles Egerton (b. 13 Nov 1849; dvp. 12 Oct 1871)

1. Hon Elizabeth Anna Maria Barbara Egerton (b. c. 1840; d. 25 Jun 1893)

2. Hon Alice Mary Egerton (d. 27 Nov 1868), mar. 17 Oct 1867 Maj Reginald Cholmondeley, of Condover Hall, co. Salop (b. 20 Aug 1826; d. 10 Feb 1896), 3rd son of Rev Charles Cowper Cholmondeley, Rector of Hodnet, co. Salop, by his wife Mary Heber, and had issue

3. Hon Emily Marianne Egerton, Woman of the Bedchamber to HRH the Duchess of Cambridge (dsp. 5 Dec 1918), mar. 14 Apr 1863 Percy Mitford, barrister, of Mitford House, Lennox Gardens, London SW (b. 12 Jul 1833; dsp. 24 Jun 1884), elder brother of Algernon Bertram [Mitford later Freeman-Mitford], 1st Baron Redesdale, and 1st son and heir of Henry Reveley Mitford, of Exbury House, co. Hampshire, and Newton Park, co. Northumberland, by his wife Lady Georgiana Jemima Ashburnham, 3rd dau. by his second wife of George [Ashburnham], 3rd Earl of Ashburnham

4. Hon Beatrix Lucia Catherine Egerton (dsp. 24 Dec 1926), mar. 25 Jan 1870 Hon Lionel Arthur Tollemache (b. 28 May 1838; dsp. 29 Jan 1919), 2nd son of John [Tollemache], 1st Baron Tollemache, by his first wife and cousin Georgina Louisa Best, dau. of Thomas Best, by his wife Lady Emily Stratford, 3rd dau. and cohrss. of John [Stratford], 3rd Earl of Aldborough

died

21 Feb 1883

created

15 Apr 1859 Baron Egerton of Tatton, of Tatton in the County of Chester

suc. by

son

note

Member of Parliament (Conservative) for Lymington 1830-31 and for North Cheshire 1832-58; Lord Lieutenant of Cheshire 1868-83

 

Wilbraham [Egerton], 2nd Baron Egerton of Tatton later 1st Earl Egerton of Tatton

created

22 Jul 1897 Viscount Salford, of Salford in the County of Lancaster, and Earl Egerton of Tatton, of Tatton in the County of Chester

 

The Barony of Egerton of Tatton was held by the 1st Earl Egerton of Tatton from 22 Jul 1897 until his death on 16 May 1909, when the Earldom of Egerton of Tatton and the Viscountcy of Salford became extinct and the Barony of Egerton of Tatton passed to his younger brother,

 

Alan de Tatton [Egerton], 3rd Baron Egerton of Tatton

born

19 Mar 1845

mar.

13 Jun 1867 Anna Louisa Taylor (d. 22 Dec 1933), dau. of Simon Watson Taylor, of Erlestoke Park, co. Wiltshire

children

1. William Allan de Tatton Egerton (b. 11 Jun 1868; dvp. 20 Nov 1870)

2. Cecil Egerton (b. 14 Jun 1871; dvp. 30 Jul 1888)

3. Hon Maurice Egerton, later 4th Baron Egerton of Tatton

died

9 Sep 1920

suc. by

son

note

Member of Parliament for Mid-Cheshire 1883-85 and for Knutsford 1885-1906

 

Maurice [Egerton], 4th Baron Egerton of Tatton

born

4 Aug 1874

died

30 Jan 1958

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On the death of the 4th Baron Egerton of Tatton the Barony of Egerton of Tatton became extinct.

 

 First written 7 Apr 2005

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