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581), a Richard Walter of this family was baptised on at Barbados, so he might be the father of the founder of The Times. 34 states of the 1604 case 'Mary [...] was unquestionably entitled to any Barony in fee possessed by her late father.' and 'Whether or no her claim, and that of her representatives thereto, is legally barred by this, or any other subsequent proceedings of the Crown and the House of Lords, as to such Barony is open to grave doubt.' In other words the Complete Peerage is effectively saying that the heir general of the first barony by writ is still entitled to claim the barony, regardless of the House of Lords ruling on the matter; the same applies to the heirs general of the other baronies.
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