Alan de Tatton Egerton, 3rd Baron Egerton of Tatton, by Sir (John) Benjamin Stone, 1899 - NPG x15802 - © National Portrait Gallery, London

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Alan de Tatton Egerton, 3rd Baron Egerton of Tatton

by Sir (John) Benjamin Stone
platinum print, 1899
7 7/8 in. x 6 in. (200 mm x 151 mm) image size
Given by House of Commons Library, 1974
NPG x15802

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Geoffrey Hebdon

29 August 2017, 22:47

Alan de Tatton Egerton (19 March 1845 - 9 September 1920) brother of Wilbraham became 3rd Lord Egerton in 1909 upon the death of his brother. Allan married Anna Louisa Taylor in 1870 and they had 3 sons, (1) William (died as a child) (2) Cecil (died as a child) and (3) Maurice (1874 - 1958)

Maurice Egerton (4 August 1874 - 30 January 1958) youngest and only living son of Alan de Tatton Egerton inherited the title Baron Egerton and became Maurice 4th Baron Egerton in 1920 upon the death of his father, he also inherited Tatton Park. Maurice never married and died without heir in 1958 while living in Kenya, and the title Baron Egerton became extinct.

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