Accountant could be baronet
An accountant from High Wycombe could become the next baronet of Stichill if a DNA test proves he has aristocratic entitlement. The case revolves around the legality of the claim to the title by the 10th baronet, Sir Steuart Robert Pringle. His title is disputed between his son, Simon Robert Pringle, and a second cousin, Norman Murray Pringle. If the judicial committee of the privy council decides to admit the DNA evidence, then Norman Murray Pringle, an accountant living in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, is likely to inherit the title. DNA evidence has not previously been used to resolve disagreements over hereditary titles.