Sunday, December 09, 2012


Jeanne Stourton, Lady Camoys.

Jeanne Stourton (1913-1987), was bisexual and loved the Nazis.

Her mother was Frances Stourton a British army major's wife.

Her father was a Spanish diplomat named Don Pedro de Zulueta.

Jeanne seduced the Woolworth heiress Barbara Hutton and slept with Joachim von Ribbentrop.

She entertained British and European royalty and various celebrities including Benjamin Britten, John Betjeman and Graham Greene.

Source: Sherman’s Wife by Julia Camoys Stonor.

Jeanne Stourton

Jeanne blackmailed Cecil Beaton's younger brother Reggie, an RAF officer who was gay. 

She threatened to reveal his homosexuality unless he agreed to hand over a large sum money.

Reggie killed himself.

Sherman and Jeanne.

In 1938, Jeanne married Sherman Stonor, 6th Baron Camoys

She slept with Sherman Stonor's father, and had relationships with the conductor Sir Malcolm Sargent and the drinks tycoon Enrico Cinzano.

Source: Sherman’s Wife by Julia Camoys Stonor.

Julia Camoys Stoner is the daughter of Sherman Stoner.

Julia Camoys Stonor

Julia, the daughter of Jeanne Stourton, Lady Camoys.

Jeanne apparently murdered her husband Lord Camoys (who died in 1976), according to Julia.

Julia has also claimed and that Jeanne was apparently murdered by her younger son the Honourable Robert Camoys (died 1994).[3]

Julia has claimed that she is the only legitimate child of her parents; her mother's other four children, including the present Lord Camoys (7th Baron Camoys), being illegitimate and biologically unrelated to Sherman Stonor.

Thus, she has argued that she is the rightful heir to the Camoys barony.[4]

Julia Camoys Stonor - Wikipedia

Julia Camoys Stonor

"By her daughter’s account, the dark-haired, volatile Jeanne, with her rapacious appetite for money and sex, her complete disregard for convention, her alarming mendacity and her streak of cruelty, exhibited all the faults the English like to associate with the Spanish...

"Julia Stonor’s account of upper- class fascism is unrestrained. 

"Her mother’s friends and connections were mostly ragingly right-wing, anti-Semitic and pro-Franco, as upper-class Catholics tended to be, and pillars of the Right Club and the Anglo-German federation."

Chishom, Anne. “Rampant fascism near Henley,” The Spectator. 12 July 2006.

Sherman and his mother, in Newport, Rhode Island. Julia Camoys Stonor

Jeanne Stoner and her children. Julia Camoys Stonor

Julia with Prince William of Gloucester. Julia Camoys Stonor