William Byron, 3rd Baron Byron
William Byron, Lord Byron
|Member of the House of Lords|
4 October 1679 – 13 November 1695
|Preceded by||Richard Byron, 2nd Baron Byron|
|Succeeded by||William Byron, 4th Baron Byron|
|Died||13 November 1695 (aged 59)|
|Spouse(s)||Hon. Elizabeth Chaworth|
|Father||Richard Byron, 2nd Baron Byron|
William Byron, 3rd Baron Byron (1636 – 13 November 1695) was an English nobleman, peer, politician, and unskilled poet.
Lord Byron died on 13 November 1695, and was succeeded by his fifth (but only surviving) son William Byron, 4th Baron Byron (born 1669/70).
Lord Byron married the Hon. Elizabeth Chaworth, daughter of John Chaworth, 2nd Viscount Chaworth of Armagh and Hon. Elizabeth Noel, in 1660. They had five sons, but the first four died in infancy:
- Hon. William Byron (born before 1670)
- Hon. Richard Byron (born before 1670)
- Hon. John Byron (born before 1670)
- Hon. Ernestus Byron (born before 1670)
- William Byron, 4th Baron Byron (1669/70–1736)
Lord Byron married Elizabeth Stonhouse, daughter of Sir George Stonhouse, 3rd Bt. and Margaret Lovelace, on 25 June 1685.
A daughter (from which of the two marriages is unclear), Hon. Catherine Byron, died in 1746.
- William Byron, 3rd Baron Byron, at thepeerage.com (accessed 26 November 2009)
|Peerage of England|
| Baron Byron