Sherman Stonor, 6th Baron Camoys

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The Lord Camoys
Born Ralph Robert Watts Sherman Stonor
(1913-07-05)5 July 1913
Died 9 March 1976(1976-03-09) (aged 62)
Title 6th Baron Camoys
Tenure 1968-1976
Offices Deputy Lieutenant of Oxfordshire
Predecessor 6th Baron Camoys
Successor 7th Baron Camoys
Spouse(s) Mary Jeanne née Stourton
Issue 5
Parents Ralph Stonor, 5th Baron Camoys

Ralph Robert Watts Sherman Stonor, 6th Baron Camoys, DL, JP (5 July 1913 – 9 March 1976)[1] was an English aristocrat and Justice of the Peace.[2]


He was born in 1913, the only son of Ralph Francis Julian Stonor, 5th Baron Camoys and Mildred Sherman. As well as becoming a magistrate, he was a member of Oxfordshire County Council.

In 1938, Sherman Stonor married (Mary) Jeanne Stourton (1913-1987), the third and youngest daughter of Captain Herbert Marmaduke Joseph Stourton, OBE (grandson of the 19th Baron Stourton), and his wife, Frances (daughter of the 4th Viscount Southwell). The couple had the following issue:

  • The Honorable Julia Maria Cristina Mildred Stonor, now The Honourable Julia Camoys Stonor (b. 1939) married Donald Saunders in 1963 (div 1977, annulled 1978, he died 1996), and has issue.
  • Ralph Thomas Campion George Sherman Stonor, 7th Baron Camoys (b. 16 April 1940), married Elisabeth Hyde Parker in 1966 and has issue. Succeeded his father to the barony in 1976.
  • The Honorable Georgina Mary Hope Stonor (b. 1941), unmarried
  • The Honorable Harriet Pauline Sophia Stonor (b. 1943) married Julian Cotterell in 1965, and has issue.
  • The Honourable John Edmund Robert Stonor (1946—1994), who died unmarried


  • Kidd, Charles and David Williamson. "Camoys, Baron (Stonor)(Baron E 1383)." Debrett's Peerage & Baronetage 1995. London: Debrett's Peerage Limited, 1995. p. 208.


  1. ^ "Lord Camoys". The Times. London, England. 10 March 1976. p. 16 – via The Times Digital Archive 1785–2008. 
  2. ^ 6th Baron Camoys at
Peerage of England
Preceded by
Ralph Stonor
Baron Camoys
Succeeded by
Ralph Stonor