No evidence for him being a lord...
He isn't a Lord, unfortunately he is a fraud. He claims it is a courtesy title "Lord of Kensington" from the Earldom of Norbury by claiming a relationship to Richard James Graham-Toler who is the present Earl of Norbury... All very convincing you might imagine..
Until you do a little research. Here unfortunately he has made a slip. The Earldom of Norbury is part of the peerage of Ireland, and Kensington is in England, thus it is a title in the Peerage of England. He is not listed as a legitimate heir to any title, or a holder of any title by either the peerage of England, Scotland or Ireland. In short, complete fake, although I suspect he may have changed his first name to "Lord" to keep up the charade.
Lastly, he claims to being a "Lord" but is very unspecific about his particular title (Lord is not a title in itself, but a mode of address, so he would have to be of at least the Rank of Baron to call himself Lord).
- I am a History Student with the ability to browse almost all academic journals/publications regarding the peerage of various countries. There is not one mention of this man that I can find in any academic source linking him to any title of nobility. Atredies 13:04, March 15, 2011 (UTC)