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Encyclopedia > Lord Hastings

The title Baron Hastings is an ancient one in the Peerage of England. It was created in 1295 by writ. The third Baron was created Earl of Pembroke, but the earldom became extinct in 1389, when there were no heirs of the first Earl surviving. At the death of the fifteenth baron in 1542, the barony went into abeyance for over 299 years, until the abeyance was terminated in favour of Jacob Astley in 1841.


Barons Hastings (1295)

  • John Hastings, 1st Baron Hastings (1262-1313)
  • John Hastings, 2nd Baron Hastings (1287-1325)
  • Lawrence Hastings, 1st Earl of Pembroke (1318-1348)
  • John Hastings, 2nd Earl of Pembroke (1347-1375)
  • John Hastings, 3rd Earl of Pembroke (1372-1389)
  • John Hastings, 6th Baron Hastings (1326-1393)
  • Hugh Hastings, 7th Baron Hastings (1377-1396)
  • Edward Hastings, 8th Baron Hastings (1382-1438)
  • John Hastings, 9th Baron Hastings (1411-1477)
  • Hugh Hastings, 10th Baron Hastings (1447-1488)
  • John Hastings, 11th Baron Hastings (1466-1504)
  • George Hastings, 12th Baron Hastings (1474-1512)
  • John Hastings, 13th Baron Hastings (1498-1514)
  • Hugh Hastings, 14th Baron Hastings (1515-1540)
  • John Hastings, 15th Baron Hastings (1531-1542) (abeyant 1542)
  • Jacob Astley, 16th Baron Hastings (1797-1859) (abeyance terminated 1841)
  • Jacob Henry Delaval Astley, 17th Baron Hastings (1822-1871)
  • Delaval Loftus Astley, 18th Baron Hastings (1825-1872)
  • Bernard Edward Delaval Astley, 19th Baron Hastings (1855-1875)
  • George Manners Astley, 20th Baron Hastings (1857-1904)
  • Albert Edward Delaval Astley, 21st Baron Hastings (1882-1956)
  • Edward Delaval Henry Astley, 22nd Baron Hastings (b. 1912)

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Hastings was mightily curious as to the brigand who'd done it, though there had been evidence that Lord Blakeney had a nasty temper, he couldn't image the lord doing such damage to his own kin.
Hastings winced at the arrow Emilie shot at Percy, he wished that the other boy would stop allowing himself to be shot down, but then again Hastings sensed there were some underlying tones in Emilie's remark.
Hastings scooped up the book and handed it to Emilie, "Your refinement, dear lady, was very apparent when I entered and in the most gracious way you received me. Evidently your grasp of the value of such tomes shines through." He smirked as Emilie snatched the book away.
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