HL Deb 09 March 1914 vol 15 cc409-10

1. That the. Barony of Fitzwaryn is an ancient Barony in fee;

2. That Sir William Bouchier was summoned to Parliament as a Peer of the Realm in 33 Henry VI (1455) as Lord Fitzwaryn and sat as such in his own right, and was entitled to a Barony by Writ descendible to the heirs general of his body;

3. That on the death of Edward, fourth Earl of Bath and Lord Fitzwaryn, in 1637, the Barony fell into abeyance between his three daughters, Lady Elizabeth (who died without issue), Lady Dorothy and Lady Anne;

4. That the co-heirs of Lady Dorothy are now (a) Henry Rainald Viscount Gage, (b) Colonel Hugo Montgomery-Campbell, and (c) the heir or heirs, if any, of Mary Mackworth (who was living unmarried in 1681), and that the sole heir of Lady Anne is Reginald Joseph Weld;

5. That the Barony of Fitzwaryn is in abeyance and at His Majesty's disposal: