Monson, Frederick John, 5th Baron Monson, of Burton (1809 -1841)

Frederick John Monson, 5th Baron Monson of Bolton, was born 3 February 1809, the only son of John George, 4th Baron Monson, and Sarah Elizabeth Savile, eldest daughter of the 2nd Earl of Mexborough. He succeeded his father, 14 November 1809, when only nine months old. He was educated at Christ Church, Oxford, where he matriculated 31 March 1827, age 18. He married, 21 June 1832, Theodosia, youngest daughter of Latham Blacker of Newent in Gloucestershire. He was created a D.C.L. of Oxford 1834. He died 7 October 1841 without issue, when the title passed to his cousin William John Monson. The 5th Baron was an amateur artist, and the lithographer Louis Haghe drew the illustrations of Views in the Department of the Isere and the High Alps (London, 1840), from his sketches.

Seat / Residence(s): Burton House, Lincolnshire
Stamp(s) Stamp Information
Monson, Frederick John, 5th Baron Monson, of Burton (1809 - 1841) (Stamp 1) Motto: Prest pour mon pays
Arms: Or two chevrons gules
Coronet: Baron
Heraldic Charges: chevrons (2)