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|Sir Joseph ALSTON 4th Bart. 
Sir Joseph ALSTON 4th Bart. 
- Christened: 15 Sep 1691, Long Ditton SRY
- Marriage (1): Lucy THURSBY 
- Died: 1718 aged 27
Sir Joseph succeeded to 4th Baronet but died soon after leaving no issue.
Kew PROB 5/4924 Sir Joseph died Milton Ernest BDF 1718.
Joseph Alston - Fellow commoner from King's Michaelmas 1724 etc. died s.p. (Burk, Ext. Bart.)
Letters of Administration
Sir Joseph Alston Knight and 4th Baronet of Chelsea and Long Ditton
Were granted 3 December 1718 to the Hon. Edward Montague lawful guardian of Lady Lucy Alston widow of the deceased she being a minor.
Admon. December 1718
A marginal note says these Letters of Administration expired and were
re-granted in July 1737.
Page 132 Alstoniana
Derbyshire Record Office: Wilmot-Horton of Osmaston and Catton
[D3155/C1 - D3155/C2349]
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FILE [no title] - ref. D3155/C62 - date: 27 Oct 1714
Twyford. Dorothy Harpur to Mr Wilmot at Mrs Marow's house in Golden Sq, Daughter Anne married to Mr Francis yesterday, no need to enquire further about Sir Joseph Alston's estate
FILE [no title] - ref. D3155/C65 - date: 17 Dec 1714
Joseph Alston to Robert Wilmot, Anne Harpur's marriage
Ref A2A - placement uncertain
Joseph married Lucy THURSBY  [MRIN: 1103], daughter of Richard THURSBY Esq of Abington & Hanslope  and Elizabeth . (Lucy THURSBY  was buried on 29 Jun 1734 in Chipping Warden NTH.)
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