Talk:Baron Latymer

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I noticed that this page is linked to Baron Latimer -- Exactly what is the difference between Latymer and Latimer? If they are the same, why are there two different pages? Also, that would out the people whom are being claimed as the current de jure Barons on the Baron Latimer page (David Verney, 21st Baron Willoughby de Broke is being called the current de jure Baron) as the barony remained in abeyance after John Neville, the 4th Baron Latimer had no male heirs, until 1913, when the abeyance was terminated in favour of Francis Money-Coutts, who became the fifth Baron. He was the only son of the Reverend James Drummond Money and his wife Clara Maria Burdett, fourth daughter of Sir Francis Burdett, 5th Baronet, and claimed the peerage as a descendant of Frances, eldest daughter of the Hon. Lucy Neville, third daughter of the fourth Baron Latymer/Latimer. As of 2009, the title is held by the fifth Baron's great-great-grandson, the 9th Baron who succeeded his father in 2003. -- Lady Meg (talk) 04:49, 31 January 2011 (UTC)

Unless somebody objects, I will be merging this page into Baron Latimer and recasting. This is the same surname, and all four peerages in that family can be spelt either way - and probably some others. Septentrionalis PMAnderson 18:50, 5 February 2011 (UTC)