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List of Baronies in the Peerage of England
Baronies - 1264-1707

1264-1300

Baron de Ros 1264 De Ros, Manners, Cecil, MacDonnell, Villiers, FitzGerald-De Ros / Boyle, Dawson, Ross, Maxwell extant
Baron le Despencer 1264 le Despencer Forfeit 1326
Baron Camoys 1264 de Camoys extinct 1372
Baron Mowbray 1283 de Mowbray, Mowbray, Howard, Stourton extant Also Baron Segrave and Baron Stourton
Baron Berkeley 1295 de Berkeley extinct 1418 Created by writ
Baron Bruce 1295 Bruce abeyant 1371 Created for the Earl of Carrick
Baron Daubeny 1295 Daubeny extinct 1548 Created Earl of Bridgewater in 1538
Baron Fauconberg 1295 Fauconberge, Nevill, Lane-Fox, Anderson-Pelham Abeyant 1948 Held together with the Baron Conyers
Baron FitzWalter 1295 FitzWalter, Radcliffe, Mildmay, Plumptre extant
Baron Furnivall 1295 de Furnivall, Nevill, Talbot, Howard, Dent Abeyant 1968
Baron Greystock 1295 Greystock extinct 1306
Baron Hastings 1295 Hastings, Astley extant
Baron Hussey 1295 Hussey abeyant 1470
Baron Hylton 1295 Hylton abeyant 1746
Baron Mohaut 1295 de Mohaut extinct bef. December 1296 Created by writ.
Baron Montfort 1295 de Montfort abeyant bef. January 1370 Created by writ.
Baron Mortimer of Wigmore 1295 de Mortimer status? Created by writ. In 1330, Roger de Mortimer, 1st Earl of March and 2nd Baron Mortimer of Wigmore, was attainted and his titles were forfeited. In 1331, his son Edmund de Mortimer was summoned to Parliament and the title was effectively re-created, as the attainder had not been reversed.
Baron Neville de Raby 1295 Neville forfeit 1571 created Earl of Westmorland (1371)
Baron Segrave 1295 de Segrave extant Held by Baron Mowbray, Segrave and Stourton
Baron Strange 1295 le Strange extinct 1299
Baron Wake of Liddell 1295 Wake abeyant 1408 Held by Earls of Kent (1321 and 1360 creations) and the Duke of Surrey
Baron Mortimer 1296 de Mortimer abeyant created by writ
Baron Grey of Rotherfield 1297 Grey Attainted 1487
Baron Ap-Adam 1299 Ap-Adam Dormant 1310
Baron Braose 1299 de Braose extinct 1399
Baron Clinton 1299 Clinton, Fortescue, Rolle, Walpole, Trefusis extant
Baron de Clifford 1299 Clifford, Sackville, Tufton, Southwell, Russell extant
Baron De La Warr 1299 la Warr, West Abeyant 1554
Baron Ferrers of Chartley 1299 Ferrers, Devereux, Shirley, Compton, Townshend abeyant 1855
Baron Grandison 1299 de Grandison extinct 1305
Baron Grandison 1299 de Grandison Abeyant 1375
Baron Grey of Codnor 1299 Grey, Cornwall-Legh extant Abeyant 1496-1989
Baron Latimer 1299 Latimer, Nevill, Willoughby Abeyant 1551 Also the Baron Willoughby de Broke. Created by writ.
Baron Moels 1299 de Moels Abeyant 1337 Created by writ.
Baron Mohaut (1299) 1299 de Mohaut or de Montalt Extinct 1329 Also known as "Montalt." Created by writ. See also Baron Mohaut (1295).
Baron Mohun 1299 de Mohun, le Strange Abeyant 1594? Created by writ. In 1431, this title became united with Baron Strange.
Baron Montagu 1299 de Montagu status? Created by writ. The Complete Peerage lists several different (some in existence simultaneously) Baronies of Montagu (as well as Baron Montagu of Boughton and Baron Montagu of Kimbolton) and discusses them in Appendix E of volume IX (1936).
Baron Morley 1299 de Morley, Morley, Lovel, Parker Abeyant 1697 Created by writ.
Baron Mortimer of Chirk 1299 de Mortimer Abeyant Created by writ.
Baron Mortimer of Richard's Castle 1299 de Mortimer Abeyant 1304 Created by writ.
Baron Multon of Egremont 1299 de Multon Abeyant bef. November 1344 Created by writ.
Baron Muncy 1299 de Muncy Extinct 1308
Baron Percy 1299 Percy extinct 1517
Baron St John of Basing 1299 St John extinct 1337
Baron Lisle 1299 de Lisle extinct 1337
Baron Stafford 1299 de Stafford, Stafford Forfeit 1521 Created Earl of Stafford in 1351. Created Duke of Buckingham in 1444.
Baron Strange 1299 le Strange, Stanley, Philipps extant Held by the Viscount St Davids
Baron Tuchet 1299 Tuchet extinct
Baron Vavasour 1299 Vavasour abeyant 1826
Baron Ferrers of Groby 1300 Ferrers, Grey attainted 1554

1301-1400

Baron Botetourt 1305 de Botetourt, Burnell; Berkeley; Somerset abeyant 1984 Held by the Duke of Beaufort 1803-1984.
Baron Multon of Gilsland 1307 de Multon status?
Baron Zouche of Haryngworth 1308 la Zouche, Bisshop, Curzon, Frankland extant
Baron Cromwell 1308 de Cromwell extinct 1335 Created by writ
Baron Badlesmere 1309 de Badlesmere abeyant 1338 Created by writ
Baron Beaumont 1309 Beaumont extant Subsidiary title of Duke of Norfolk since 1975
Baron Monthermer 1309 de Monthermer, de Montagu status? Created by writ.
Baron Strange of Blackmere 1309 Strange, Talbot abeyant 1616
Baron Lisle 1311 de Lisle extinct 1399
Baron Cobham 1313 de Cobham, Oldcastle, Brooke, Boothby, Disney, Alexander Abeyant 1951
Baron Audley 1313 Audley, Tuchet, Ticknesse(-Touchet), (Touchet-)Jesson, Souter Abeyant 1997 Created by writ; abeyances before: 1391-1408 and 1872-1937; forfeiture: 1497-1512(restored)
Baron Willoughby de Eresby 1313 Willoughby, Bertie, Drummond-Willoughby, Heathcote-Drummond-Willoughby extant also Earl of Lindsey from 1626 to 1779; also Marquess of Lindsey from 1706 to 1779; also Duke of Ancaster and Kesteven from 1715 to 1779; also Baron Gwydyr from 1828 to 1870; also Baron Aveland from 1888 to 1983; also Earl of Ancaster from 1892 to 1983
Baron Strabolgi 1318 Strathbolgi, Burgh, Kenworthy extant Created for the Earl of Atholl, now independent. Dormant or abeyant until 1916; the Complete Peerage denies its existence before 1916.
Baron Lucy 1320 de Lucy, de Umfraville, Percy Dormant 1398
Baron Dacre 1321 Dacre, Fiennes, Lennard, Barrett-Lennard, Roper, Brand, Trevor extant forfeiture 1541-1558; abeyances 1715-1741 and 1965-1970
Baron FitzHugh 1321 FitzHugh Abeyant 1512/3
Baron Greystock 1321 de Greystock, Dacre Abeyant 1569
Baron Grey de Ruthyn 1324 Butler-Bowdon, Grey, Longueville, Yelverton, Gould, Rawdon, Clifton Abeyant 1963 Created by writ
Baron Harrington of Aldingham 1326 Harrington, Bonville, Grey extant 1554 created by writ
Baron Maltravers 1330 Fitzalan, Maltravers, Howard extant The Barony is united with the Earldom of Arundel and is held by the Duke of Norfolk
Baron Darcy de Knayth 1331 Darcy, Godolphin, Osborne, Lane-Fox, Herbert, Ingrams extant Created by writ. Abeyances 1418-1641 and 1888-1903
Baron Talbot 1331 Talbot Abeyant 1616
Baron Chandos 1337 de Chandos extinct 1353
Baron Courtenay 1337 Courtenay extinct 1835
Baron Monthermer (1337) 1337 de Monthermer Extinct bet. October 1339-February 1340
Baron Poynings 1337 Poynings, Percy extinct 1670
Baron le Despencer 1338 le Despencer extinct 1349
Baron Dudley 1342 de Sutton, Sutton, Ward extant Abeyant between 1757 and 1917
Baron Bourchier 1348 Bourchier, Parr, Devereux Abeyant 1646
Baron Hussey 1348 Hussey extinct 1361
Baron Musgrave 1350 de Musgrave status?
Baron Lisle 1357 de Lisle, de Berkeley, Beauchamp Abeyant 1420
Baron Botreaux 1368 Botreaux Abeyant 1960 The Barony is in abeyance together with the Baronies of Stanley and Hastings
Baron Aldeburgh 1371 Aldeburgh Abeyant 1391
Baron Scrope of Bolton 1371 le Scrope Lapsed 1630
Baron Stafford 1371 Stafford Abeyant 1445
Baron Cromwell 1375 Cromwell, Stanhope, Bewicke-Copley extant Created by writ
Baron le Despencer 1375 le Despencer, Beauchamp, Fane, Dashwood, Stapleton, Boscawen extant Also the Viscount Falmouth.
Baron Clifton 1376 Clifton extinct 1394
Baron Camoys 1383 de Camoys, Stoner extant Created by writ
Baron Lumley 1384 Lumley Attainted 1400
Baron le Despencer 1387 le Despencer extinct 1424
Baron Bergavenny 1392 Beauchamp, Nevill extant created Earl of Abergavenny in 1784, Marquess of Abergavenny in 1876.

1401-1500

Baron West 1402 West, la Warr Abeyant 1554
Baron Tuchet 1403 Tuchet Abeyant 1997
Baron Stafford 1411 Stafford extinct 1420
Baron Berkeley 1421 Berkeley, Milman, Foley, Gueterbock extant Created by writ. Current incumbent Baron Gueterbock.
Baron Hungerford 1426 Hungerford extinct 1463
Baron Latymer 1432 Nevill, Coutts-Nevill, Money-Coutts-Nevill extant Created by writ.
Baron Dudley 1440 Sutton, Ward, Lea, Smith, Hamilton, Wallace extant Created by writ
Baron Lisle 1444 Talbot Abeyant 1470 Created Viscount Lisle in 1451
Baron De Moleyns 1445 De Moleyns, .., Philipps extant The Barony is at present held by the Viscount St Davids
Baron Ferrers of Groby 1446 Grey Attainted 1554 Also Baron Grey of Groby. Created Marquess of Dorset in 1475. Created Duke of Suffolk in 1551.
Baron Beauchamp of Powick 1447 de Beauchamp extinct 1502/1503
Baron Saye and Sele 1447 Fiennes, Twisleton extant
Baron Stourton 1448 Stourton extant The Barony is held by Baron Mowbray, Segrave and Stourton
Baron Grey of Groby 1449 Grey Attainted 1554 Held by the Duke of Suffolk.
Baron Berners 1455 Bourchier, Knyvett, Bokenham, Wilson, Williams, Kirkham extant Created by writ
Baron Stanley 1456 Stanley Abeyant 1960 The Barony is in abeyance together with the Baronies of Bortreaux and Hastings.
Baron Dacre 1459 Dacre Abeyant (or extinct (?)) 1461
Baron Herbert of Chepstow, Raglan and Gower 1461 Herbert extinct 1506
Baron Hastings of Hastings 1461 Hastings Abeyant 1960 The Barony is in abeyance together with the Baronies of Stanley and Bortreaux.
Baron Herbert 1461 Herbert, Somerset, Seyfried extant
Baron Lumley 1461 Lumley Attainted 1545
Baron Mountjoy 1465 Blount Extinct 1606
Baron Howard 1470 Howard Abeyant 1777
Baron Lisle 1475 Grey extinct 1504 Created Viscount Lisle in 1483
Baron Dacre of Gillesland 1482 Dacre, (Hay, (?)), Howard extant Created Earl of Carlisle in 1661.
Baron Grey of Powys 1482 Grey Abeyant 1552
Baron Hungerford 1482 Hungerford extant Created with precedence of 1426. Held by the Viscount St Davids.
Baron Daubeny 1486 Daubeny extinct 1548 Status uncertain, recreation of earlier Baron Daubeny?
Baron Willoughby de Broke 1491 Willoughby, Greville, Verney extant

1501-1600

Baron Herbert of Raglan 1506 Somerset extant Held by the Duke of Beaufort.
Baron Conyers 1509 Conyers, Darcy, D'Arcy, Oxborne, Lane-Fox, Anderson-Pelham Abeyant 1948 The Barony is in abeyance together with the Baron Fauconberg
Baron Herbert of Herbert 1509 Somerset extant Held by the Duke of Beaufort
Baron Darcy de Darcy 1509 Darcy Forfeit 1537
Baron Monteagle 1514 Stanley, Parker Abeyant 1697
Baron Sandys of the Vine 1523 Vaux, Mostyn, Gilbey extant
Baron Vaux of Harrowden 1523 Vaux, Mostyn, Gilbey extant
Baron Braye 1529 Braye, Otway-Cave, Wyatt-Edgell, Verney-Cave, Aubrey-Fletcher extant Created by writ
Baron Hussey 1529 Hussey forfeit 1537
Baron Windsor 1529 Windsor, Hickman, Windsor-Clive extant Held by the Earl of Plymouth
Baron Wentworth 1529 Wentworth, Bulwer-Lytton extant Also Earl of Lytton. Created by writ.
Baron Burgh 1529 Burgh, Leith extant
Baron Mordaunt 1532 Mordaunt, Gordon Abeyant 1836
Baron St John of Basing 1539 Paulet extant The Barony is held by the Marquess of Winchester
Baron Russell of Cheneys 1539 Russell extant The Barony is held by the Duke of Bedford
Baron Eure 1544 Eure (or Evres) extinct 1690
Baron Parr of Horton 1543 Parr extinct 1547
Baron Wharton 1544 Wharton, Kemys-Tynte, Vintcent, Robertson extant
Baron Seymour 1546 Seymour extant Held by the Duke of Somerset
Baron Lumley 1547 Lumley extinct 1609
Baron Seymour of Sudeley 1547 Seymour Attainted 1549
Baron Sheffield of Butterwike 1547 Sheffield extinct 1735 Created Earl of Mulgrave in 1626
Baron Stafford 1547 Stafford extinct 1640
Baron Rich 1547 Rich extinct 1759 Created Earl of Warwick in 1618
Baron Willoughby of Parham 1547 Willoughby ???
Baron Darcy 1548 Darcy extinct 1635 created in tail male for the son of the Baron Darcy of Darcy (1509)
Baron Paget 1552 Paget extant Created by writ
Baron Herbert of Cardiff 1551 Herbert extant Subsidiary title of the Earl of Pembroke and Montgomery
Baron Chandos 1554 Brydges dormant 1789 created Earl of Carnarvon in 1714. Created Duke of Chandos in 1719.
Baron North 1554 North Abeyant 1942
Baron Howard of Effingham 1554 Howard extant Created Earl of Nottingham in 1596. Created Earl of Effingham (GB) in 1731. Created Earl of Effingham (UK) in 1837.
Baron Percy 1557 Percy extinct 1670
Baron Hunsdon of Hunsdon 1559 Carey extinct 1765 also Earl of Dover from 1628 to 1677
Baron Saint John of Bletso 1559 St John extant
Baron Beauchamp of Hache 1559 Seymour extinct 1750
Baron Lisle 1561 Dudley extinct 1590
Baron Buckhurst 1567 Sackville extinct 1843 created Earl of Dorset in 1604; Duke of Dorset in 1720.
Baron Burghley 1571 Cecil extant Created Earl of Exeter in 1605. Created Marquess of Exeter in 1801.
Baron Compton 1571 Compton, Townshend abeyant
Baron De La Warr 1572 West extant Created Earl De La Warr in 1761.
Baron Norreys of Rycote 1572 Norreys, Bertie extant Created Earl of Abingdon in 1682. Also Earl of Lindsey.
Baron Howard de Walden 1597 Howard, Scott-Ellis, Czernin extant Title created by writ.

1601-1700

Baron Cecil of Essendon 1603 Cecil extant Created Earl of Salisbury in 1605. Created Marquess of Salisbury in 1789.
Baron Ellesmere 1603 Egerton extinct 1829 created Viscount Brackley in 1616;Earl of Bridgewater in 1617.
Baron Grey of Groby 1603 Grey extinct 1976 Created Earl of Stamford in 1628.
Baron Petre 1603 Petre extant
Baron Russell of Thornhaugh 1603 Russell extant Held by the Duke of Bedford
Baron Spencer of Wormleighton 1603 Spencer extant Created Earl of Sunderland in 1643. Became Duke of Marlborough in 1733.
Baron Wotton 1603 Wotton extinct
Baron Denny 1604 Denny extinct 1660 Created by writ. Created Earl of Norwich in 1626.
Baron Howard of Marnhull 1604 Howard extinct 1614 Subsidiary title of the Earl of Northampton.
Baron Arundell of Wardour 1605 Arundel extinct 1944
Baron Carew 1605 Carew extinct 1629 Created Earl of Totnes in 1626.
Baron Cavendish of Hardwick 1605 Cavendish extant Created Earl of Devonshire in 1618. Created Duke of Devonshire in 1694.
Baron Herbert of Shurland 1605 Herbert extant The Barony belongs to the Earl of Montgomery and is held by the Earl of Pembroke and Montgomery.
Baron Stanhope of Harrington 1605 Stanhope extinct 1675
Baron Knyvet 1607 Knyvet extinct 1622
Baron Clifton 1608 Bligh extant Created by writ. Held by the Earl of Darnley.
Baron Settrington 1613 Stuart extinct 1672
Baron Dormer 1615 Dormer extant
Baron Stanhope of Shelford 1616 Stanhope extinct 1967 Created Earl of Chesterfield in 1628.
Baron Teynham 1616 Roper extant
Baron Noel of Ridlington 1617 Noel extinct 1798 Succeeded as Viscount Campden in 1629.
Baron Whaddon 1619 Villiers extinct 1687 subsidiary of Viscount Villiers, later created Earl, Marquess and Duke of Buckingham, and Earl of Coventry
Baron of Innerdale 1619 Hamilton extinct 1651 subsidiary of Earl of Cambridge
Baron Montagu of Kimbolton 1620 Montagu extant Subsidiary title of the Viscount Mandeville. Created Earl of ManchesterDuke of Manchester in 1719. in 1626. Created
Baron Feilding 1620 Feilding extant Subsidiary title of the Viscount Feilding. Created Earl of Desmond in 1622. Created Earl of Denbigh in 1622.
Baron Ogle 1620 Ogle, Cavendish extinct 1691 Subsidiary title of Viscount Mansfield
Baron Brooke 1621 Greville extant Created Earl Brooke in 1746 and Earl of Warwick in 1759.
Baron Carey of Leppington 1622 Carey extinct 1661 Created Earl of Monmouth in 1626.
Baron Howard of Charlton 1622 Howard extant The Barony belongs to the Viscountcy of Andover and is held by the Earl of Suffolk.
Baron Burghersh 1624 Fane extant Subsidiary title of the Earl of Westmorland.
Baron Conway 1624 Conway extinct 1683 Created Viscount Conway in 1627. Created Earl of Conway in 1679.
Baron Grey of Chillingham 1624 Grey extinct 1706
Baron Craven 1626 Craven extant Created Earl of Craven in 1801.
Baron Fauconberg 1627 Belasyse extinct 1815 Created Viscount Fauconberg in 1643.
Baron FitzAlan 1627 Beaumont, FitzAlan-Howard extant The Barony is united with the Earldom of Arundel and is held by the Duke of Norfolk.
Baron Mountjoy of Thurveston 1627 Blount Extinct 1679 Also Baron Mountjoy of Mountjoy Fort in the Peerage of Ireland.
Baron Brudenell 1628 Brudenell extant Created Earl of Cardigan in 1661. Created Marquess of Ailesbury in 1821.
Baron Clifford 1628 Clifford, Boyle, Cavendish Abeyant 1858
Baron Hervey 1628 Hervey extinct 1642 also Baron Hervey of Ross.
Baron Howard of Escrick 1628 Howard extinct 1715
Baron Mohun of Okehampton 1628 Mohun Extinct 1712
Baron Strange 1628 Stanley, Drummond of Megginch Abeyant 1982 Created by writ.
Baron Hicks of Ilmington 1628 Hicks, Noel extinct 1798 Subsidiary title of Viscount Campden.
Baron Herbert of Chirbury 1629 Herbert extinct 1691
Baron Cavendish of Bolsover 1628 Cavendish extinct 1691 Held by Viscount Mansfield. Created Marquess of Newcastle in 1643. Created Duke of Newcastle in 1664.
Baron Wentworth of Wentworth-Woodhouse 1628 Wentworth extinct 1695
Baron Bayning of Horkesley 1628 Bayning extinct 1638 subsidiary title of the Viscount Bayning of Sudbury
Baron Powis 1629 Herbert extinct 1748 Created Earl of Powis in 1674. Created Marquess of Powis in 1687.
Baron Finch of Fordwich 1640 Finch extinct 1660
Baron Stafford 1640 Howard, Jerningham, FitzHerbert extant
Baron Bruce of Skelton 1641 Bruce extinct 1747 Subsidiary title of the Earl of Ailesbury. Also the Earl of Elgin.
Baron Capel 1641 Capel extant Subsidiary title of the Earl of Essex
Baron Byron 1643 Byron extant
Baron Craven of Ryton 1643 Craven extinct 1650
Baron Astley of Reading 1644 Astley extinct 1688
Baron Clifford of Lanesborough 1644 Boyle extinct 1750 Joined with the Earldom of Burlington.
Baron Ward 1644 Ward extant created Earl of Dudley in 1860.
Baron Cholmondeley 1645 Cholmondeley extinct 1659 Created for the Earl of Leinster.
Baron Cobham 1645 Brooke extinct 1660
Baron Lexinton 1645 Sutton extinct 1723
Baron Wotton 1650 Kirkhoven extinct 1683
Baron Berkeley of Stratton 1658 Berkeley extinct 1773
Baron Crofts 1658 Crofts extinct 1677
Baron Monck 1660 Monck extinct 1688 subsidiary title of the Duke of Albemarle
Baron Montagu of St Neots 1660 Montagu extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Sandwich.
Baron FitzHerbert 1660 Finch extinct 1729
Baron Ashley 1661 Ashley-Cooper extant Created Earl of Shaftesbury in 1672.
Baron Crew 1661 Crew extinct 1721
Baron Delamer 1661 Booth extinct created Earl of Warrington in 1694
Baron Townshend 1661 Townshend extant Created Viscount Townshend in 1682. Created Marquess of Townshend in 1787.
Baron Scott of Tynedale 1663 Montagu, Douglas, Scott extant Subsidiary title of the Earl of Doncaster. Held by the Duke of Buccleuch.
Baron Lucas of Crudwell 1663 Lucas extant Also Lord Dingwall.
Baron Arundell of Trerice 1664 Arundell extinct 1768
Baron St Liz 1664 Feilding extant The Barony is held by the Earl of Denbigh, who is also the Earl of Desmond.
Baron Arlington 1665 Bennet-Fitzroy extant Created Earl of Arlington in 1672. All titles abeyant 1936-99, when the abeyance of the barony was terminated.
Baron Craven 1665 Craven extant Created for the Earl of Craven, but separated on the latter title's extinction. Created Earl of Craven in 1801.
Baron Frescheville 1665 Frescheville extinct
Baron Butler 1666 Butler, Cowper abeyant
Baron Howard 1669 Howard extinct 1777 Created Earl of Norwich in 1672.
Baron Clifford of Chudleigh 1672 Clifford extant
Baron Cooper 1672 Ashley-Cooper extant Subsidiary title of the Earl of Shaftesbury.
Baron Sudbury 1672 Fitzroy extant Subsidiary title of the Earl of Euston. Created Duke of Grafton in 1675.
Baron Grey of Rolleston 1673 North extinct 1734
Baron Finch 1674 Finch extant The Barony is held by the Earl of Nottingham, who is now also Earl of Winchilsea.
Baron Settrington 1675 Gordon-Lennox extant The Barony belongs to the Dukedom of Richmond and is held by the Duke of Richmond and Lennox.
Baron Heddington 1676 Beauclerk extant Subsidiary title of the Earl of Burford. Created Duke of St Albans in 1684.
Baron Manners of Haddon 1679 Manners extant Created for the Earl of Rutland. Created Duke of Rutland in 1703.
Baron Noel of Titchfield 1681 Noel extinct 1798 Succeeded as Viscount Campden in 1682. Created Earl of Gainsborough in 1682.
Baron Lumley 1681 Lumley extant Created Earl of Scarborough in 1690.
Baron Alington of Wymondley 1682 Alington extinct 1691 also Baron Alington of Killard in the Peerage of Ireland.
Baron Thynne 1682 Thynne extant Subsidiary title of the Viscount Weymouth. Created Marquess of Bath in 1789.
Baron Guilford 1683 North extant Created Earl of Guilford in 1752.
Baron Stawell 1683 Stawell extinct
Baron Churchill of Sundridge 1685 Churchill extant Created Earl of Marlborough in 1689 and Duke of Marlborough in 1702.
Baron Waldegrave 1686 Waldegrave extant Created Earl Waldegrave in 1729.
Baron Cirencester 1689 Bentinck extinct 1990 Subsidiary title of the Earl of Portland. Created Duke of Portland in 1716.
Baron Cholmondeley of Namptwich 1689 Cholmondeley extant Created Earl of Cholmondeley in 1706. Created Marquess of Cholmondeley in 1815.
Baron Wokingham 1689 Oldenburg extinct 1708 Subsidiary title of the Duke of Cumberland
Baron Torbay 1689 Herbert extinct 1716 Subsidiary title of the Earl of Torrington.
Baron Villiers 1691 Villiers extant Subsidiary title of the Viscount Villiers. created Earl of Jersey in 1697.
Baron Capel of Tewkesbury 1692 Capel extinct 1696
Baron Portarlington 1692 de Ruvigny extinct 1720 Subsidiary title of the Viscount Galway. Created Earl of Galway in 1697.
Baron Herbert of Chirbury 1694 Herbert extinct 1738
Baron Howland 1695 Russell extant Held by the Duke of Bedford
Baron Ashford 1697 van Keppel extant Subsidiary title of the Earl of Albermarle.
Baron Shingay 1697 Russell extinct 1727
Baron Barnard 1698 Vane extant
Baron Alford 1698 de Nassau d'Auverquerque extinct 1754 Subsidiary title of the Earl of Grantham.
Baron Halifax 1700 Montagu extinct 1772

1701-1707

Baron Guernsey 1703 Finch-Knightly extant Created the Earl of Aylesford in 1714.
Baron Gower 1703 Leveson-Gower extant Created the Earl Gower in 1746. Created the Marquess of Stafford in 1786. Created the Duke of Sutherland in 1833.
Baron Conway of Ragley 1703 Seymour extant Created Earl of Hertford in 1750. Created Marquess of Hertford in 1793.
Baron Hervey of Ickworth 1703 Hervey extant Created Earl of Bristol in 1714. Created Marquess of Bristol in 1826.
Baron Tewkesbury 1706 - merged in the crown 1727 Subsidiary title of the Duke of Cambridge.
Baron Cowper 1706 Cowper extinct 1905 Created Earl Cowper in 1718.
Baron Chesterford 1706 Howard extinct 1722 Subsidiary title of the Earl of Bindon

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List of Lordships of Parliament
Lordships of Parliament, 1233-1707

until 1300

Lord Abernethy 1233 Abernethy extinct 1325
Lord Strathnaver 1235 de Moravia extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Sutherland

1301-1400

Lord Garioch 1320 of Mar extant also Earl of Mar
Lord Lindsay of Crawford 1398 Lindsay extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Crawford

1401-1500

Lord Erskine 1429 Erskine extant also Earl of Mar (first creation) from 1438 until 1866 and Earl of Mar (seventh creation) and Earl of Kellie since 1866
Lord Hay 1429 Hay extant created Earl of Erroll in 1453
Lord Somerville c.1435 Somerville dormant 1870
Lord Balveny 1437 Douglas forfeit 1455 subsidiary title of the Earl of Avondale, also Earl of Douglas from 1440
Lord Lorne 1439 Stewart Resigned 1626 Created Earl of Atholl in 1596
Lord Cathcart 1442 Cathcart extant created Viscount Cathcart in the United Kingdom in 1807 and Earl Cathcart in the United Kingdom in 1814
Lord Forbes 1442 Forbes extant
Lord Crichton 1443 Crichton forfeit 1484
Lord Hamilton 1445 Hamilton forfeit 1585 created Earl of Arran in 1503, lost by insanity of the 3rd earl
Lord Maxwell 1445 Maxwell forfeit 1716 created Earl of Nithsdale in 1620
Lord Glamis 1445 Lyon extant created Earl of Kinghorne in 1606, which title changed to Earl of Strathmore and Kinghorne in 1677
Lord Graham 1445 Graham extant created Earl of Montrose in 1505, Marquess of Montrose in 1644 and Duke of Montrose in 1707
Lord Leslie and Ballinbreich 1445 Leslie extant created Earl of Rothes in 1458
Lord Lindsay of the Byres 1445 Lindsay extant created Earl of Lindsay in 1633
Lord Saltoun 1445 Abernethy extant
Lord Campbell 1445 Campbell extant created Earl of Argyll in 1457 and Duke of Argyll in 1701
Lord Gray 1445 Gray extant
Lord Montgomerie 1449 Montgomerie extant created Earl of Eglinton in 1508
Lord Sinclair 1449 Sinclair extant
Lord Fleming 1451 Fleming extinct 1747 created Earl of Wigtown in 1606
Lord Seton 1451 Seton forfeit 1716 created Earl of Winton in 1600
Lord Slains 1452 Hay extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Erroll
Lord Borthwick 1452 Borthwickl extant
Lord Boyd 1454 Boyd forfeit 1746 created Earl of Arran in 1467 which title forfeit 1469, created Earl of Kilmarnock in 1661
Lord Oliphant 1455 Oliphant extinct 1748
Lord Kennedy 1457 Kennedy extant created Earl of Cassillis in 1509 and Marquess of Ailsa in 1831
Lord Livingston 1458 Livingston forfeit 1716 created Earl of Linlithgow in 1600
Lord Darnley 1460 Stewart merged in the Crown 1571 created Earl of Lennox in 1488
Lord Lovat 1464 Fraser extant
Lord Innermeath 1469 Stewart extinct 1625 created Earl of Atholl in 1596
Lord Auchterhouse 1469 Stewart extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Buchan
Lord Berriedale 1469 Sinclair extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Caithness
Lord Lorne 1470 Campbell extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Argyll, created Duke of Argyll in 1701
Lord Carlyle of Torthorwald 1473 Carlyle surrendered 1638
Lord Home 1473 Home extant created Earl of Home in 1605
Lord Bothwell 1485 Ramsay forfeit 1488
Lord Brechin and Navar 1488 Stewart extinct 1504 subsidiary title of the Duke of Ross
Lord Ruthven 1488 Ruthven forfeit 1600 created Earl of Gowrie in 1581
Lord Crichton of Sanquhar 1488 Crichton extant created Viscount of Ayr in 1622, Earl of Dumfries in 1633 and Marquess of ButeUnited Kingdom in 1804 in the
Lord Drummond 1488 Drummond extant created Earl of Perth in 1605
Lord Hay of Yester 1488 Hay extant created Earl of Tweeddale in 1646 and Marquess of Tweeddale in 1694
Lord Sempill 1489 Sempill extant
Lord Herries of Terregles 1490 Herries extant
Lord Ogilvy of Airlie 1491 Ogilvy extant created Earl of Airlie in 1639
Lord Ross of Halkhead 1499 Ross extinct 1754

1501-1600

Lord Elphinstone 1510 Elphinstone extant
Lord Ochiltree 1543 Stewart extinct 1675
Lord Abernethy and Strathearn 1562 Stewart extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Moray
Lord Torphichen 1564 Sandilands extant
Lord Ardmannoch 1565 Stewart merged in the Crown 1567 subsidiary title of the Duke of Albany
Lord Darnley 1572 Stuart extinct 1576 subsidiary title of the Earl of Lennox
Lord Darnley 1578 Stuart resigned 1580 subsidiary title of the Earl of Lennox
Lord Darnley, Aubigny and Dalkeith 1580 Stuart extinct 1672 subsidiary title of the Earl of Lennox, created Duke of Lennox in 1581
Lord Dunbar 1580 Stuart extinct 1586 subsidiary title of the Earl of March
Lord Aubigny, Dalkeith, Torboltoun and Aberdour 1581 Stuart extinct 1672 subsidiary title of the Duke of Lennox
Lord Doune 1581 Stewart extant also Earl of Moray since 1590
Lord Dingwall 1584 Keith extinct 1600
Lord Paisley 1587 Hamilton extant also Earl of Abercorn since 1621, created Marquess of Abercorn in Great Britain in 1790 and Duke of Abercorn in Ireland in 1868
Lord Spynie 1590 Lindsay extinct 1671
Lord Maitland 1590 Maitland extant created Viscount Lauderdale in 1616, Earl of Lauderdale in 1624 and Duke of Lauderdale in 1672, which title extinct 1682
Lord Aven 1591 Hamilton extinct 1651 subsidiary title of the Marquess of Hamilton, created Duke of Hamilton in 1643
Lord Newbottle 1591 Kerr extant also Earl of Lothian since 1631, created Marquess of Lothian in 1701
Lord Fyvie 1598 Seton forfeit 1690 created Earl of Dunfermline in 1605
Lord Gordon of Badenoch 1599 Gordon extant subsidiary title of the Marquess of Huntly
Lord Ardmannoch 1600 Stewart merged in the Crown 1625 subsidiary title of the Duke of Albany
Lord Livingston and Callendar 1600 Livingston forfeit 1716 subsidiary title of the Earl of Linlithgow
Lord Roxburghe 1600 Ker extant created Earl of Roxburghe in 1616 and Duke of Roxburghe in 1707

1601-1700

Lord Campbell of Loudoun 1601 Campbell extant created Earl of Loudoun in 1633
Lord Kinloss 1602 Bruce extant
Lord Abercorn 1603 Hamilton extant created Earl of Abercorn in 1606, Marquess of Abercorn in Great Britain in 1790 and Duke of Abercorn in Peerage of Ireland in 1868
Lord Erskine of Dirleton 1603 Erskine extant created Viscount of Fentoun in 1606 and Earl of Kellie in 1619, also Earl of Mar (second creation) since 1875
Lord Colville of Culross 1604 Colville extant created Viscount Colville of Culross in the United Kingdom in 1902
Lord Murray of Tullibardine 1604 Murray extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Tullibardine, also Earl of Atholl since 1670, created Marquess of Atholl in 1676 and Duke of Atholl in 1703
Lord Scone 1605 Murray extant created Viscount of Stormont in 1621, also Earl of Mansfield in Great Britain since 1793
Lord Dunglass 1605 Home extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Home
Lord Balmerinoch 1606 Elphinstone forfeit 1746
Lord Blantyre 1606 Stuart extinct 1900
Lord Fleming and Cumbernauld 1606 Fleming extinct 1747 subsidiary title of the Earl of Wigtown
Lord Lindores 1606 Leslie dormant 1813
Lord Ramsay of Barns 1606 Ramsay extinct 1626 subsidiary title of the Viscount of Haddington, created Earl of Holderness in England in 1621
Lord Dirleton 1606 Erskine extant subsidiary title of the Viscount of Fentoun, created Earl of Kellie in 1619, also Earl of Mar (second creation) since 1875
Lord Paisley, Hamilton, Mountcastell and Kilpatrick 1606 Hamilton extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Abercorn, Marquess of Abercorn in Great Britain in 1790 and Duke of Abercorn in Peerage of Ireland in 1868
Lord Scott of Buccleuch 1606 Scott extant created Earl of Buccleuch in 1619 and Duchess of Buccleuch in 1663, also Duke of Queensberry from 1810
Lord Coupar 1607 Elphinstone forfeit 1746
Lord Holyroodhouse 1607 Bothwell dormant 1638
Lord Garlies 1607 Stewart extant created Earl of Galloway in 1623
Lord Balfour of Burleigh 1607 Balfour extant
Lord Bruce of Kinloss 1608 Bruce extant also Lord Kinloss until 1747, created Earl of Elgin in 1633, also Earl of Kincardine since 1747
Lord Cranstoun 1609 Cramstoun extinct 1869
Lord Mackenzie of Kintail 1609 Mackenzie forfeit 1716 created Earl of Seaforth in 1623
Lord Pittenweem 1609 Stewart extinct 1625
Lord Maderty 1609 Drummond extant created Viscount of Strathallan in 1686, also Earl of Perth since 1902
Lord Dingwall 1609 Preston extant
Lord Cardross 1610 Erskine extant also Earl of Buchan since 1695
Lord St Colme 1611 Stewart extant also Earl of Moray since 1620
Lord Binning and Byres 1613 Hamilton extant created Earl of Melrose in 1619, which title changed to Earl of Haddington in 1627
Lord Ramsay of Melrose 1615 Ramsay surrendered 1618 also Viscount of Haddington
Lord Ogilvy of Deskford 1616 Ogilvy dormant 1811 created Earl of Findlater in 1638
Lord Carnegie 1616 Carnegie extant created Earl of Southesk in 1633, also Duke of Fife in the United Kingdom since 1992
Lord Ker of Cessford and Cavertoun 1616 Ker extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Roxburghe, created Duke of Roxburghe in 1707
Lord Melville of Monymaill 1616 Melville extant created Earl of Melville in 1690, also Earl of Leven since 1707
Lord Ramsay of Dalhousie 1618 Ramsay extant created Earl of Dalhousie in 1633
Lord Byres and Binning 1619 Hamilton extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Melrose, which title changed to Earl of Haddington in 1627
Lord Scott of Whitchester and Eskdaill 1619 Scott extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Buccleuch, created Duchess of Buccleuch in 1663, also Duke of Queensberry from 1810
Lord Constable 1620 Constable extinct 1718 subsidiary title of the Viscount of Dunbar
Lord Maxwell, Eskdake and Carleill 1620 Maxwell forfeit 1716 subsidiary title of the Earl of Nithsdale
Lord Cary 1620 Cary extant subsidiary title of the Viscount of Falkland
Lord Murray of Lochmaben 1622 Murray extinct 1658 subsidiary title of the Viscount of Annan, created Earl of Annandale in 1625
Lord Sanquhar 1622 Stuart extant subsidiary title of the Viscount of Ayr, created Earl of Dumfries in 1633 and Marquess of Bute in the United Kingdom in 1804
Lord Jedburgh 1622 Kerr extant also Marquess of Lothian since 1703
Lord Thirlestane and Boltoun 1624 Maitland extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Lauderdale, created Duke of Lauderdale in 1672, which title extinct 1682
Lord Murray of Tyninghame 1625 Murray extinct 1658 subsidiary title of the Earl of Annandale
Lord Kintyre 1626 Campbell extant created Earl of Irvine in 1642, which title extinct 1645, also Marquess of Argyll from 1645, created Duke of Argyll in 1701
Lord Aston of Forfar 1627 Aston dormant 1751
Lord Barrett 1627 Barrett extinct 1645
Lord Hay of Kinfauns 1627 Hay extant subsidiary title of the Viscount of Dupplin, created Earl of Kinnoull in 1633
Lord Fairfax of Cameron 1627 Fairfax extant
Lord Napier 1627 Napier extant
Lord Reay 1628 Mackay Extant
Lord Cramond 1628 Richardson Extinct 1735
Lord Abernethy and Jedburgh Forest 1633 Douglas extant subsidiary title of the Marquess of Douglas.
Lord Bruce of Kinloss 1633 Bruce Extant Subsidiary title of the Earl of Elgin.
Lord Crichton of Cumnock 1633 Crichton-Stuart Extant Subsidiary title of the Earl of Dumfries. Held by the Marquess of Bute.
Lord Forbes of Pitsligo 1633 Forbes Attainted 1745
Lord Forrester 1633 Forrester, Grimston Extant Held by the Earl of Verulam.
Lord Tarrinzean and Mauchline 1633 Campbell extant associated with the Earl of Loudoun.
Lord Ogilvy of Alith and Lintrathen 1639 Ogilvy extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Airlie (1639); attainted 1717-1826
Lord Ruthven 1639 Ruthven extinct 1651
Lord Elibank 1643 Erskine-Murray extant
Lord Daer and Shortcleuch 1646 Douglas extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Selkirk
Lord Abercrombie 1647 Sandilands extinct 1681
Lord Belhaven and Stenton 1647 Hamilton Extant
Lord Bruce of Torry 1647 Bruce extant Subsidiary title of the Earl of Kincardine.
Lord Duffus 1650 Sutherland, Dunbar extinct 1875
Lord Rollo 1651 Rollo extant created Baron Dunning in 1869.
Lord Ruthven of Freeland 1651 Hore-Ruthven Extant Held by the Earl of Carlisle.
Lord Gordon of Strathaven and Glenlivet 1660 Gordon extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Aboyne; merged with Marquess of Huntly in 1836
Lord Bellenden 1661 Bellenden dormant 1805 also Duke of Roxburghe from 1804 to 1805
Lord Douglas of Ettrick 1675 Douglas extinct 1749 subsidiary title of the Earl of Dumbarton.
Lord St Clair 1677 Campbell Extinct 1995 Subsidiary title of the Earl of Caithness. Earldom of Caithness resigned 1681. Created Earl of Breadalbane and Holland in 1681. Created Marquess of Breadalbane in 1831 (extinct 1862). Created Marquess of Breadalbane in 1885 (extinct 1922).
Lord Glenurchy, Benederaloch, Ormelie and Weick 1681 Campbell Extinct 1995 Subsidiary title of the Earl of Breadalbane and Holland.
Lord Graham of Esk 1681 Graham Extinct 1739 subsidiary title of [[Viscount Preston
Lord Nairne 1681 Narine, Petty-FitzMaurice Extant Held by the Viscount Mersey.
Lord Haddo, Methlic, Tarves, and Kellie 1682 Gordon extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Aberdeen.
Lord Kinnaird 1682 Kinnaird extinct 1997 created Baron Rossie in 1831 (extinct 1878) and Baron Kinnaird in 1860.
Lord Dudhope 1686 Graham Extinct 1688
Lord Graham of Claverhouse 1688 Graham Attainted 1746 Subsidiary title of the Viscount of Dundee
Lord Polwarth 1690 Hepburne-Scott Extant
Lord Dechmont 1696 Hamilton Extant Subsidiary title of Earl of Orkney
Lord Hillhouse 1697 Douglas Extinct 1810 Subsidiary title of the Earl of Ruglen, also Earl of Selkirk from 1739 to 1744, Earl of March from 1748 and Duke of Queensberry from 1778
Lord Polwarth of Polwarth, Redbraes and Greenlaw 1697 Hume Dormant 1794 Subsidiary title of the Earl of Marchmont.

1701-1707

Lord Inverary, Mull, Mover and Tiry 1701 Campbell Extant Subsidiary title of the Duke of Argyll.
Lord Hope 1703 Hope extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Hopetoun; created Marquess of Linlithgow (1902) in the United Kingdom
Lord Douglas of Bonkill, Prestoun and Robertoun 1703 Douglas extinct 1761 subsidiary of the Duke of Douglas
Lord Mount Stuart, Cumbrae and Inchmarnock 1703 Crichton-Stuart Extant Subsidiary title of the Earl of Bute. Held by the Marquess of Bute.
Lord Arase 1706 Campbell Extinct 1761 Subsidiary title of the Earl of Ilay.
Lord Dunoon 1706 Campbell Extinct 1761 Subsidiary title of the Earl of Ilay.
Lord Aberruthven, Mugdock, and Fintrie 1707 Graham Extant Subsidiary title of the Duke of Montrose.

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List of Baronies in the Peerage of Great Britain

Baronies, 1707-1801

1707-1725

Baron Rippon 1708 Douglas Extinct 1778 created Marquess of Beverley and Duke of Dover at the same time, which titles also became extinct in 1778; also Duke of Queensberry in the Peerage of Scotland, which title is still extant and now held by the Duke of Buccleuch
Baron Middleton 1711 Willoughby Extant
Baron Boyle of Marston 1711 Boyle Extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Orrery in the Peerage of Ireland; also Earl of Cork in the Peerage of Ireland since 1753
Baron Burton 1711 Paget Extinct 1769 created Earl of Uxbridge in 1714, which title also became extinct in 1769; also Baron Paget de Beaudesert from 1712 to 1769, which title is still extant and now held by the Marquess of Anglesey
Baron Dutton 1711 Hamilton, Hamilton-Douglas Extant created Duke of Brandon at the same time; also Duke of Hamilton in the Peerage of Scotland
Baron Harcourt 1711 Harcourt Extinct 1830 created Viscount Harcourt in 1721 and Earl Harcourt in 1749
Baron Hay of Penwardine 1711 Hay Extant Subsidiary title of the Earl of Kinnoull in the Peerage of Scotland.
Baron Foley 1712 Foley Extinct 1766
Baron Lansdowne 1712 Granville Extinct 1735
Baron Mansell 1712 Mansell Extinct 1750
Baron Mountjoy 1712 Windsor Extinct 1758 subsidiary title of the Viscount Windsor of Blackcastle in Peerage of Ireland
Baron St John of Lydiard Tregoze 1712 St John Extant created Viscount Bolingbroke at the same time; also Baron St John of Battersea and Viscount St John since 1751
Baron Trevor 1712 Trevor Extinct 1824 created Viscount Hampden in 1776
Baron Bingley 1713 Benson Extinct 1731
Baron Carleton 1714 Boyle Extinct 1725
Baron Cobham 1714 Temple Extinct 1749 created Baron Cobham and Viscount Cobham in 1718, which titles are still extant
Baron Throwley 1714 Watson Extinct 1746 created Earl of Rockingham at the same time
Baron Coningsby 1715 Coningsby Extinct 1729 also Baron Coningsby of Clanbrassil in the Peerage of Ireland, which title became extinct in 1729; created Earl Coningsby in 1719, which title became extinct in 1761
Baron Cadogan of Reading 1716 Cadogan Extinct 1726 created Baron Cadogan of Oakley in 1817, which title is still extant and now held by the Earl Cadogan (1800 creation); created Earl Cadogan in 1718, which title also became extinct in 1726
Baroness Coningsby 1716 Newton Extinct 1761 created Viscountess Coningsby at the same time; also Countess Coningsby from 1729 to 1761
Baron Newburgh 1716 Cholmondeley Extant also Baron Newborough (created 1715) in the Peerage of Ireland; also Earl of Cholmondeley from 1725; created Marquess of Cholmondeley in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1815
Baron Onslow 1716 Onslow Extant created Earl of Onslow in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1801
Baron Parker of Macclesfield 1716 Parker Extant created Earl of Macclesfield in 1721
Baron Romney 1716 Romney Extant created Earl of Romney in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1801
Baron St John of Battersea 1716 St John Extant created Viscount St John at the same time; also Baron St John of Lydiard Tregoze and Viscount Bolingbroke since 1751
Baron Torrington 1716 Newport extinct 1719
Baron Pawlett of Basing 1717 Paulet Extinct 1754 also Baron St John of Basing, Earl of Wiltshire and Marquess of Winchester in the Peerage of England from 1722 to 1754, which titles are still extant; also Duke of Bolton in the Peerage of England from 1722 to 1754, which title became extinct in 1794
Baron Stanhope of Elvaston 1717 Stanhope Extant created Viscount Stanhope at the same time and Earl Stanhope in 1718, the latter title which became extinct in 1967; Barony and Viscountcy held by the Earl of Harrington since 1967
Baron Cobham 1718 Temple, Grenville, Grenville-Temple, Nugent-Temple-Grenville, Temple-Nugent-Brydges-Chandos-Grenville, Lyttelton Extant created Viscount Cobham at the same time; created Countess Temple in 1750 and Marquess of Buckingham in 1784, which titles became extinct in 1889; created Earl Temple of Stowe in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1822, which title is still extant; created Marquess of Chandos and Duke of Buckingham and Chandos in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1822, which titles became extinct in 1889; also Earl Nugent in the Peerage of Ireland from 1788 to 1889; also Lord Kinloss in the Peerage of Scotland from 1868 to 1889; also Baron Westcote in the Peerage of Ireland and Baron Lyttelton in the Peerage of Great Britain since 1889
Baron Boscawen-Rose 1720 Boscawen Extant created Viscount Falmouth at the same time; created Earl of Falmouth in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1821, which title became extinct in 1852
Baron Wallop 1720 Wallop Extant Subsidiary title of the Viscount Lymington, created Earl of Portsmouth in 1743.
Baron Byng 1721 Byng Extant created Viscount Torrington at the same time
Baron Lechmere 1721 Lechmere Extinct 1727
Baroness Aldborough 1722 von der Schulenberg Extinct 1778 created Countess of Aldborough at the same time
Baroness Brentford 1722 von Platen-Hallermund Extinct 1725 created Countess of Darlington at the same time
Baron Graham of Belford 1722 Graham Extant created Earl Graham at the same time; also Duke of Montrose in the Peerage of Scotland since 1742
Baron Ker of Wakefield 1722 Ker, Innes-Ker Extinct 1804 created Earl Ker at the same time; also Duke of Roxburgh from 1741 to 1804
Baron Percy 1722 Seymour, Percy, Stewart-Murray Extant also Duke of Somerset in the Peerage of England from 1748 to 1750; also Duke of Northumberland in the Peerage of Great Britain from 1776 to 1865 and since 1957; also Duke of Atholl in the Peerage of Scotland from 1865 to 1957
Baron Falconer of Glenfarquhar 1723 Falconer Extinct 1727
Baron Walpole 1723 Walpole Extant also Viscount Walpole and Earl of Orford from 1745 to 1797; also Baron Clinton from 1781 to 1791; also Baron Walpole of Wolterton since 1797; also Earl of Orford from 1806 to 1931
Baron King 1725 King, Noel-King Extant created Earl of Lovelace in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1838; also Baron Wentworth from 1893 to 1906

1726-1750

Baron Snowdon 1726 - Merged in crown 1760 created Duke of Edinburgh at the same time
Baron Alderney 1726 - Extinct 1765 created Duke of Cumberland at the same time
Baron Lovel 1728 Coke Extinct 1759 created Earl of Leicester in 1744
Baron Malton 1728 Watson, Watson-Wentworth Extinct 1782 created Baron Harrowden, Baron Wath, Viscount Higham and Earl of Malton in 1734; also Baron Rockingham in the Peerage of England from 1746; created Marquess of Rockingham in 1746; also Baron Malton and Earl Malton in the Peerage of Ireland from 1750
Baron Monson 1728 Monson Extant created Viscount Oxenbridge in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1886, which title became extinct in 1898
Baron Harrington 1730 Stanhope Extant created Earl of Harrington in 1742
Baron Raymond 1731 Raymond Extinct 1753
Baron Hardwicke 1733 Yorke Extant created Earl of Hardwicke in 1754
Baron Talbot of Hensol 1733 Talbot, Chetwynd-Talbot Extant created Earl Talbot in 1761, which title became extinct in 1782; created Baron Dynevor in 1780, which title separated from the barony in 1782; created Earl Talbot in 1784; also Earl of Shrewsbury and Earl of Waterford from 1856
Baron Godolphin 1735 Godolphin Extinct 1785 also Baron Godolphin, Viscount Rialton and Earl of Godolphin until 1766, when these titles became extinct
Baroness Yarmouth 1740 de Walmoden Extinct 1765 created Countess of Yarmouth at the same time; life peerages
Baron Chedworth 1741 Howe Extinct 1804
Baron Herbert of Chirbury and Ludlow 1743 Herbert Extinct 1801 created Earl of Powis in 1748
Baron Ilchester 1741 Fox-Strangways Extant created Baron Ilchester and Stavordale in 1847 and Earl of Ilchester in 1756
Baron Edgcumbe of Mount Edgcumbe 1742 Edgcumbe Extant created Viscount Mount Edgcumbe and Valletort in 1781 and Earl of Mount Edgcumbe in 1789
Baron Fitzwilliam of Milton 1742 Fitzwilliam, Wentworth-Fitzwilliam Extinct 1979 also Baron Fitzwilliam, Viscount Milton and Earl Fitzwilliam in the Peerage of Ireland; created Earl Fitzwilliam of Norborough in the Peerage of Great Britain in 1746
Baron Hedon 1742 Pulteney Extinct 1764 created Earl of Bath at the same time
Baron Sandys 1743 Sandys Extinct 1797
Baron Bruce of Tottenham 1746 Bruce, Brudenell-Bruce Extant also Baron Bruce of Skelton, Baron Bruce of Whorlton, Viscount Bruce of Ampthill and Earl of Ailesbury in Peerage of England from 1746 to 1747, when these titles became extinct; also Lord Bruce of Kinloss, Lord Kinloss and Earl of Elgin in Peerage of Scotland from 1746 to 1747; created Earl of Ailesbury in Peerage of Great Britain in 1776 and Marquess of Ailesbury in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1821
Baron Fortescue 1746 Fortescue Extant created Earl Clinton at the same time, which title became extinct in 1751; created Earl Fortescue in 1789
Baron Anson 1747 Anson Extinct 1762
Baron Archer 1747 Archer Extinct 1778
Baron Feversham 1747 Duncombe Extinct 1763
Baron Ilchester and Stavordale 1747 Fox-Strangways Extant created Earl of Ilchester in 1756
Baron Longford 1747 Bouverie, Pleydell-Bouverie Extant created Viscount Folkestone at the same time; created Earl of Radnor in 1765
Baron Ravensworth 1747 Liddell Extinct 1784
Baron Powis 1748 Herbert Extinct 1802 created Earl of Powis at the same time
Baron Rolle 1748 Rolle Extinct 1750
Baron Cockermouth 1749 Seymour, Wyndham Extinct 1845 created Earl of Egremont at the same time; also Duke of Somerset from 1749 to 1750
Baron Herbert of Chirbury and Ludlow 1749 Herbert Extinct 1802 also Earl of Powis
Baron Ponsonby of Sysonby 1749 Ponsonby Extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Bessborough in the Peerage of Ireland
Baron Warkworth 1749 Seymour, Percy, Percy-Seymour Extant created Earl of Northumberland at the same time; created Duke of Northumberland in 1766; also Duke of Somerset from 1749 to 1750
Baron Vere of Hanworth 1750 Beauclerk Extant also Duke of St Albans since 1787

1751-1775

Baron Harwich 1756 Hill Extant subsidiary title of the Marquess of Downshire in the Peerage of Ireland
Baron Lyttelton 1756 Lyttelton Extinct 1779
Baron Mansfield 1756 Murray Extinct 1793 created Earl of Mansfield in 1776 and 1792, which titles are still extant
Baron Walpole of Wolterton 1756 Walpole Extant also Baron Walpole since 1797; also Earl of Orford from 1806 to 1931
Baron Henley 1760 Henley Extinct 1786 created Earl of Northington in 1764
Baron Sondes 1760 Watson, Milles, Milles-Lade Extinct 1996 created Earl Sondes in 1880
Baroness Stawell 1760 Bilson-Legge Extinct 1820
Baron Wycombe 1760 Petty, Petty-Fitzmaurice Extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Shelburne in the Peerage of the United Kingdom; created Marquess of Lansdowne in 1784; also Baron Kerry and Earl of Kerry in the Peerage of Ireland since 1818
Baron Boston 1761 Irby Extant
Baron Grantham 1761 Robinson, de Grey Extinct 1923 also Earl de Grey in the Peerage of the United Kingdom from 1833 to 1923; also Baron Lucas of Crudwell in the Peerage of England from 1833 to 1859; also Viscount Goderich and Earl of Ripon in the Peerage of the United Kingdom from 1859 to 1923; created Marquess of Ripon in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1871
Baron Grosvenor 1761 Grosvenor Extant created Earl Grosvenor in 1784; created Marquess of Westminster in 1831 and Duke of WestminsterPeerage of the United Kingdom in 1874, both in the
Baron Melcombe 1761 Bubb Dodington Extinct 1762
Baroness Mount Stuart 1761 Montagu, Crichton-Stuart Extant also Earl of Bute in the Peerage of Scotland from 1794; created Marquess of Bute in 1796
Baron Scarsdale 1761 Curzon Extant created Viscount Scarsdale in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1911; created Baron Ravensdale in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1911, which title is still extant and now a separate peerage; created Baron Curzon of Kedleston in the Peerage of Ireland in 1898 and Earl Curzon of Kedleston in 1911 and Earl of Kedleston and Marquess Curzon of Kedleston in 1921 in the Peerage of the United Kingdom, which titles became extinct in 1925
Baron Spencer 1761 Spencer Extant created Earl Spencer in 1765
Baron Beaulieu 1762 Hussey-Montagu Extinct 1802 created Earl of Beaulieu in 1784
Baron Bingley 1762 Fox-Lane Extinct 1773
Baron Lovel and Holland 1762 Perceval Extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Egmont in the Peerage of Ireland
Baron Montagu 1762 Montagu Extinct 1770
Baron Pelham of Stanmer 1762 Pelham-Holles, Pelham Extant also Duke of Newcastle-upon-Tyne from 1762 to 1768, when this title became extinct; also Duke of Newcastle-under-Lyne from 1762 to 1768, when the two peerages separated (the Dukedom became extinct in 1988); created Earl of Chichester in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1801
Baron Vernon 1762 Venables-Vernon, Vernon-Harcourt Extant
Baron Ducie 1763 Moreton, Reynolds-Moreton Extant created Earl of Ducie in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1837
Baron Milton 1763 Damer Extinct 1808 also Baron Milton in the Peerage of Ireland; created Earl of Dorchester in 1792
Baron Camden 1765 Pratt Extant created Earl Camden in 1786 and Marquess Camden in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1812
Baron Digby 1765 Digby Extant also Baron Digby in the Peerage of Ireland; created Earl Digby in 1790, which title became extinct in 1856
Baron Pleydell-Bouverie 1765 Pleydell-Bouverie Extant created Earl of Radnor at the same time
Baron Sundridge 1766 Campbell Extant also Duke of Argyll in the Peerage of Scotland from 1770
Baroness Greenwich 1767 Townshend Extinct 1797

1776-1800

Baron Amherst 1776 Amherst Extinct 1797 also created Baron Amherst in 1788, which title became extinct in 1993
Baron Brownlow 1776 Cust, Egerton-Cust Extant created Earl Brownlow in the Peerage of the United Kingdom 1815, which title became extinct in 1921
Baron Cardiff 1776 Crichton-Stuart Extant also Earl of Bute in the Peerage of Scotland from 1792; created Marquess of Bute in 1796
Baron Cranley 1776 Onslow Extant also Baron Onslow from 1776; created Earl of Onslow in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1801
Baron Foley 1776 Foley Extant
Baroness Hamilton of Hameldon 1776 Campbell, Hamilton Extant also Duke of Hamilton in the Peerage of Scotland from 1793 to 1799; also Duke of Argyll in the Peerage of Scotland since 1806
Baron Hawke 1776 Hawke, Harvey-Hawke Extant
Baron Harrowby 1776 Ryder Extant created Earl of Harrowby in 1809 in the Peerage of the United Kingdom
Baron Hume of Berwick 1776 Hume-Campbell Extinct 1781
Baron Rivers 1776 Pitt, Pitt-Rivers Extinct 1828 also created Baron Rivers in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1802, which title became extinct in 1880
Baron Thurlow 1778 Thurlow Extinct 1806 also created Baron Thurlow in 1792, which title is still extant
Baron Bagot 1780 Bagot Extant
Baron Brudenell of Deene 1780 Brudenell, Brudenell-Bruce Extant also Earl of Cardigan in the Peerage of England since 1790; also Marquess of Ailesbury in the Peerage of the United Kingdom since 1868
Baron Dynevor 1780 Talbot, de Cardonnel, Rice, Rice-Trevor, Rhys Extant also Baron Talbot and Earl Talbot from 1780 to 1782, which titles are now held by the Earl of Shrewsbury and Waterford
Baron Gage 1780 Gage Extinct 1791 subsidiary title of the Viscount Gage in the Peerage of Ireland; also created Baron Gage in 1790, which title is still extant
Baron Loughborough 1780 Wedderburn, St Clair-Erskine Extinct 1805 created Baron Loughborough in the Peerage of Great Britain in 1795 and Earl of Rosslyn in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1801, which titles are still extant
Baron Southampton 1780 FitzRoy Extant
Baron Walsingham 1780 de Grey Extant
Baron Montagu of Boughton 1781 Montagu Extinct 1845
Baron Ashburton 1782 Dunning Extinct 1823
Baron Grantley 1782 Norton Extant
Baron Rodney 1782 Rodney Extant
Baron Rawdon 1783 Rawdon, Rawdon-Hastings Extinct 1868 subsidiary title of the Earl of Moira in the Peerage of Ireland; created Marquess of HastingsPeerage of the United Kingdom in 1816 in the
Baron Sydney 1783 Townshend Extinct 1890 created Viscount Sydney in 1789 and Earl Sydney in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1874
Baron Berwick 1784 Hill, Noel-Hill Extinct 1953
Baron Boringdon 1784 Parker Extant created Earl of Morley in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1815
Baron Bulkeley 1784 Bulkeley Extinct 1822 also Viscount Bulkeley in Peerage of Ireland
Baron Camelford 1784 Pitt Extinct 1804
Baron Carteret of Hawnes 1784 Carteret, Thynne Extinct 1849
Baron Eliot of St Germans 1784 Eliot Extant created Earl of St Germans in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1815|
Baron Harwich 1784 Gordon Extinct 1836 created Earl of Norwich at the same time; also Marquess of Huntly in the Peerage of Scotland from 1784 to 1836, which title is still extant; also Duke of Gordon in the Peerage of Scotland from 1784 to 1836, when this title also became extinct
Baron Lovaine 1784 Percy, Percy-Seymour Extant created Earl of Beverley in 1790; also Duke of Northumberland from 1784 to 1786 and since 1865
Baron Lowther 1784 Lowther Extinct 1802 created Viscount Lonsdale in 1784 and Earl of Lonsdale in 1785, which titles also became extinct in 1802; created Baron Lowther and Viscount Lowther in 1797, which titles are still extant and now held by the Earl of Lonsdale (1807 creation)
Baron Sherborne 1784 Dutton Extinct 1985
Baron Somers 1784 Cocks, Somers-Cocks Extant created Earl Somers in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1821, which title became extinct in 1883
Baron Carleton 1786 Boyle Extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Shannon in the Peerage of Ireland
Baron Delaval 1786 Delaval Extinct 1808 also Baron Delaval in the Peerage of Ireland
Baron Dorchester 1786 Carleton Extinct 1897
Baron Douglas of Amesbury 1786 Douglas Extinct 1810
Baron Hawkesbury 1786 Jenkinson Extinct 1851 created Earl of Liverpool in 1796
Baron Montagu 1786 Extinct 1845 also Earl of Cardigan in the Peerage of England from 1786 to 1790, which title is still extant and now held by the Marquess of Ailesbury; also Duke of Montagu from 1786 to 1790, when this title became extinct
Baron Murray of Stanley 1786 Murray, Stewart Murray Extinct 1957 created Earl Strange at the same time; subsidiary titles of the Duke of Atholl in the Peerage of Scotland
Baron Suffield 1786 Harbord, Harbord-Hamond Extant
Baron Tyrone of Haverfordwest 1786 Beresford Extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Tyrone in the Peerage of Ireland; created Marquess of Waterford in the Peerage of Ireland in 1789
Baron Heathfield 1787 Heathfield Extinct 1813
Baron Kenyon 1788 Kenyon, Tyrell-Kenyon Extant
Baron Amherst 1788 Amherst Extinct 1993 also Baron Amherst (created 1776), which title became extinct in 1797; created Earl Amherst in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1826
Baron Braybrooke 1788 Griffin, Neville Extant
Baron Dover 1788 Yorke Extinct 1792
Baron Howe 1788 Howe, Curzon, Curzon-Howe Extant also Baron Glenawley and Viscount Howe in the Peerage of Ireland from 1788 to 1799; also Earl Howe in the Peerage of Great Britain from 1788 to 1799, when this title became extinct; also Baron Curzon of Penn in the Peerage of Great Britain and Viscount Curzon and Earl Howe in the Peerage of the United Kingdom from 1835
Baron Malmesbury 1788 Harris Extant created Earl of Malmesbury in 1800
Baron Douglas of Douglas Castle 1790 Douglas Extinct 1857
Baron Fife 1790 Duff Extinct 1809 subsidiary title of the Earl Fife in the Peerage of Ireland, which title became extinct or dormant in 1912
Baron Fisherwick 1790 Chichester Extant subsidiary title of the Marquess of Donegall in the Peerage of Ireland
Baron Gage of High Meadow 1790 Gage, Hall Extant subsidiary title of the Viscount Gage in the Peerage of Ireland
Baron Grenville 1790 Grenville Extinct 1834
Baron Harewood 1790 Lascelles Extinct 1795
Baron Mulgrave 1790 Phipps extinct 1794 also Baron Mulgrave in Peerage of Ireland, which title is still extant and now held by the Marquess of Normanby
Baron Verulam 1790 Grimston Extant also Viscount Grimston in the Peerage of Ireland; created Earl of Verulam in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1815
Baron Douglas of Lochleven 1791 Douglas Extinct 1827 subsidiary title of the Earl of Morton in the Peerage of Scotland
Baroness Bath 1792 Murray-Pulteney Extinct 1808 created Countess of Bath in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1803
Baron Thurlow 1792 Thurlow, Hovell-Thurlow, Hovell-Thurlow-Cumming-Bruce Extant
Baron Auckland 1793 Eden Extant also Baron Auckland in the Peerage of Ireland; created Earl of Auckland in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1839, which title became extinct in 1849
Baron Bradford 1794 Bridgeman Extant created Earl of Bradford in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1815
Baron Clive of Walcot 1794 Clive, Herbert Extant also Baron Clive of Plassey in Peerage of Ireland; created Earl of Powis in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1804
Baron Curzon of Penn 1794 Howe, Curzon, Curzon-Howe Extant created Viscount Curzon in 1802 and Earl Howe in 1821 in the Peerage of the United Kingdom, also Baron Howe in the Peerage of Great Britain from 1835
Baron Dundas 1794 Dundas Extant created Earl of Zetland in 1838 and Marquess of Zetland in 1892, both in the Peerage of the United Kingdom
Baron Lyttelton 1794 Lyttelton Extant also Baron Westcote in the Peerage of Ireland; also Baron Cobham and Viscount Cobham since 1889
Baron Mendip 1794 Ellis, Extant also Baron Clifden and Viscount Clifden in Peerage of Ireland from 1802 to 1974, when these titles became extinct; also Baron Dover in the Peerage of the United Kingdom from 1836 to 1899, when this title became extinct; also Baron Robartes in the Peerage of the United Kingdom from 1899 to 1974, when this title became extinct; title held by the Earl of Normanton since 1974
Baron Mulgrave 1794 Phipps Extant created Earl of Mulgrave in 1812 and Marquess of Normanby in 1838, both in the Peerage of the United Kingdom
Baron Selsey 1794 Peachey Extinct 1838
Baron Upper Ossory 1794 Fitzpatrick Extinct 1818 subsidiary title of the Earl of Upper Ossory in the Peerage of Ireland
Baron Yarborough 1794 Anderson-Pelham, Pelham Extant created Earl of Yarborough in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1837
Baroness Hood 1795 Hood Extant also Viscount Hood in the Peerage of Great Britain from 1816
Baron Loughborough 1795 Wedderburn, St Clair-Erskin Extant created Earl of Rosslyn in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1801
Baron Bridport 1796 Hood Extinct 1814 created Viscount Bridport in 1814, which title also became extinct in 1814; also Baron Bridport (created 1794) in Peerage of Ireland, which title is still extant and is now held by the Viscount Bridport (1868 creation)
Baron Brodrick 1796 Brodrick Extant also Viscount Midleton in the Peerage of Ireland; created Earl of Midleton in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1920, which title became extinct in 1979
Baron Calthorpe 1796 Gough-Calthorpe, Gough Extinct 1997
Baron Dawnay 1796 Dawnay Extinct 1832 subsidiary title of the Viscount Downe in the Peerage of Ireland
Baron Delamer 1796 Grey extinct 1883 created Earl of Warrington at the same time; also Baron Grey of Groby and Earl of Stamford from 1796 to 1883
Baron Gwydyr 1796 Burrell, Drummond-Burrell, Drummond-Willoughby Extinct 1915 also Baron Willoughby de Eresby from 1828 to 1870
Baron Harewood 1796 Lascelles Extant created Earl of Harewood in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1812
Baron Macartney 1796 Macartney Extinct 1806 also Earl Macartney in the Peerage of Ireland
Baron Pierrepont 1796 Pierrepont Extinct 1955 created Viscount Newark at the same time and Earl Manvers in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1806
Baron Rolle 1796 Rolle Extinct 1842
Baron Rous 1796 Rous Extant created Earl of Stradbroke in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1821
Baron Stewart of Garlies 1796 Stewart Extant Subsidiary titel of the Earl of Galloway in the Peerage of Scotland
Baron Stuart of Castle Stuart 1796 Stuart Extant Subsidiary title of the Earl of Moray in the Peerage of Scotland
Baron Basset 1797 Basset Extinct 1855 also Baron de Dunstanville, which title became extinct in 1835
Baron Bayning of Foxley 1797 Townshend Extinct 1866
Baron Bolton 1797 Orde-Powlett Extant
Baron Carrington 1797 Smith, Carrington, Wynn-Carington, Carington Extant also Baron Carrington in the Peerage of Ireland; created Earl Carrington in 1895 and Marquess of Lincolnshire in 1912, both in the Peerage of the United Kingdom, which titles became extinct in 1928; created Baron Carington of Upton for life in 1999 in the Peerage of the United Kingdom
Baron Cawdor 1796 Campbell Extant created Earl Cawdor in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1827
Baron Drummond of Stobhall 1797 Drummond Extinct 1800
Baron Duncan of Lundie 1797 Haldane-Duncan Extinct 1933 created Viscount Duncan of Camperdown at the same time; created Earl of Camperdown in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1831
Baron Glastonbury 1797 Grenville Extinct 1825
Baron Jervis 1797 Jervis Extinct 1823 created Earl St Vincent at the same time, which title also became extinct in 1823; created Viscount St Vincent in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1801, which title is still extant
Baron Lilford 1797 Powys Extant
Baron Lowther 1797 Lowther Extant also Viscount Lonsdale (created 1784) and Earl of Lonsdale (created 1785), which titles became extinct in 1802; created Viscount Lowther in the Peerage of Great Britain in 1797 and Earl of Lonsdale in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1807
Baron Minto 1797 Elliot-Murray-Kynynmound Extant created Earl of Minto in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1813
Baron Northwick 1797 Rushout Extinct 1887
Baron Perth 1797 Drummond Extinct 1800 created for the de jure 11th Earl of Perth
Baron Ribblesdale 1797 Lister Extinct 1925
Baron Seaforth 1797 Mackenzie Extinct 1815
Baron Wellesley 1797 Wellesley Extinct 1842 subsidiary title of the Earl of Mornington in the Peerage of Ireland, which title is still extant and held by the Duke of Wellington since 1863; created Marquess Wellesley in 1799
Baron Wodehouse 1797 Wodehouse Extant created Earl of Kimberley in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1866
Baron Nelson 1798 Nelson Extinct 1805 created Viscount Nelson in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1801, which title also became extinct in 1805; created Baron Nelson in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1801, which title is still extant, and held by the Earl Nelson since 1805
Baron Eldon 1799 Scott Extant created Earl of Eldon in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1821
Baron Fitzgibbon of Sidbury 1799 Fitzgibbon Extinct 1864 subsidiary title of the Earl of Clare in the Peerage of Irela

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List of Baronies in the Peerage of Ireland

before 1500

Baron Athenry circa 1280 Bermingham dormant 1799 also Earl of Louth from 1759 to 1799, when this title became extinct
Baron Kingsale 1340? de Courcy extant
Baron Kerry 1223 Fitzmaurice extant also Earl of Kerry from 1723 and Marquess of Lansdowne in Great Britain from 1818
Baron Barry 1261 Barry extinct 1823 also Viscount Buttevant from 1461 and Earl of Barrymore from 1628
Baron Dunboyne 1324 Butler, Clifford-Butler extant confirmed by letters patent in 1541
Baron Gormanston c. 1370 Preston extant also Viscount Gormanston from 1478 and Baron Gormanston in the United Kingdom from 1868
Baron Slane c. 1370 Fleming forfeit 1691
Baron Howth 1430 St Lawrence extinct 1909 also Viscount St Lawrence and Earl of Howth from 1767, also Baron Howth in the United Kingdom from 1881
Baron Dunsany 1439? Plunkett extant
Baron Killeen 1449 Plunkett extinct 1984 also Earl of Fingall from 1628, also Baron Fingall in the United Kingdom from 1831
Baron Portlester 1462 Fitzeustace extinct 1496
Baron Trimlestown 1462 Barnewall extant
Baron Loundres 1478 Preston extant subsidiary title of the Viscount Gormanston, also Baron Gormanston in the United Kingdom from 1868
Baron Delvin 1486 Nugent extant also Earl of Westmeath from 1621 and Marquess of Westmeath in the United Kingdom from 1822 to 1871

1501-1600

Baron Kilcullen 1535 Eustace forfeit 1585 subsidiary title of the Viscount Baltinglass
Baron Odorney 1537 Fitzmaurice extinct 1541 subsidiary title of the Viscount Kilmaule, also Baron Kerry, a title now held by the Marquess of Lansdowne
Baron Carbery 1541 de Bermingham extinct c. 1560
Baron Louth 1541 Plunkett extant
Baron Upper Ossory 1541 Fitzpatrick forfeit 1691
Baron Dungannon 1542 O'Neill extinct after 1542
Baron Dunkellin 1543 de Burgh extinct 1916 subsidiary title of the Earl of Clanricarde, also Baron Somerhill and Viscount Tunbridge in EnglandBaron Imanney, Viscount Galway and Earl of St Albans in England from 1628, also Marquess of Clanricarde in Ireland from 1646 to 1657, from 1789 to 1797 and from 1825, also Earl of Clanricarde in Ireland from 1800 (a title which is still extant and now held by the Marquess of Sligo), also Baron Somerhill in the United Kingdom from 1826 from 1624 and
Baron Ibrackan 1543 O'Brien forfeit 1741 also Earl of Thomond from 1551, also Viscount Tadcaster in Great Britain from 1714
Baron Inchiquin 1543 O'Brien extant also Earl of Inchiquin from 1654 to 1855 and Marquess of Thomond from 1800 to 1855
Baron of Kells 1550 Butler extant subsidiary Feudal Barony title of the Viscount Mountgarret, also Earl of Kilkenny from 1793 to 1846, also Baron Mountgarret in the United Kingdom from 1911
Baron Ely O'Carroll 1552 O'Carroll extinct after 1552 the patent or record of the patent has never been found, and there is therefore some uncertainty as to whether this peerage was ever created
Baron of Ballyane 1554 Kavanagh extinct 1555 Life peerage
Baron Valentia 1556 McCarthy resigned 1597 subsidiary title of the Earl of Clancare
Baron of Ballyane 1558 Kavanagh extinct after 1558 Life peerage
Baron Dromana 1569 Fitzgerald extinct 1572 subsidiary title of the Viscount Decies
Baron Clogher 1578 O'Neill extinct 1595 subsidiary title of the Earl of Clanconnel
Baron of Ardenerie 1580 Bourke dormant 1591
Baron Bourke of Castleconnell 1580 Bourke forfeit 1691
Baron Caher 1583 Butler extinct 1858 also Viscount Caher and Earl of Glengall from 1816
Baron Leitrim 1583 de Burgh (or Burke) Forfeit 1600
Baron Dungannon 1587 O'Neill forfeit 1612
Baron Inchiquin 1600 Fitzgerald extinct 1601 subsidiary title of the Earl of Desmond

1601-1700

Baron Chichester of Belfast 1613 Chichester extinct 1625
Baron Ardee 1616 Brabazon extant also Earl of Meath from 1627 and Baron Chaworth in the United Kingdom from 1831
Baron Audley of Hely 1616 Tuchet extinct 1777 subsidiary title of the Earl of Castlehaven, also Baron Audley (created 1312) and Baron Audley of Orier in England, the latter title which was forfeited in 1633
Baron Boyle of Youghal 1616 Boyle extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Cork; also Baron Bandon Bridge and Viscount Boyle of KinalmeakyBaron Clifford of Lanesborough in England from 1644 to 1753; also Earl of Burlington in England from 1664 to 1753; also Baron Clifford in England from 1691 to 1753; also Baron Boyle of Broghill and Earl of Orrery in Ireland and Baron Boyle of Marston in Great Britain from 1753 from 1643; also
Baron Moore 1616 Moore extant also Viscount Moore from 1621, Earl of Drogheda from 1661, Marquess of Drogheda from 1791 to 1892 and Baron Moore of Cobham in the United Kingdom from 1954
Baron Ridgeway of Gallen-Ridgeway 1616 Ridgeway extinct 1714 subsidiary title of the Earl of Londonderry
Baron Hamilton of Strabane 1617 Hamilton extant also Earl of Abercorn in Scotland from c. 1680, Viscount Strabane in Ireland from 1701, Viscount Hamilton in Great Britain from 1786, Marquess of Abercorn in Great Britain from 1790, Marquess of Hamilton in the United Kingdom and Duke of Abercorn in Ireland from 1868
Baron Bourke of Brittas 1618 Bourke forfeit 1691
Baron Lambart of Cavan 1618 Lambart extant also Viscount Kilcoursie and Earl of Cavan from 1647
Baron Mountjoy 1618 Blount extinct 1681 also Baron Mountjoy from 1627 and Earl of Newport from 1628 in England
Baron Balfour of Glenawley 1619 Balfour extinct 1636
Baron Dillon 1619 Dillon dormant 1850 subsidiary title of the Earl of Roscommon
Baron Dunboyne 1619 Grimston extant subsidiary title of the Viscount Grimston; also Baron Verulam in Great Britain from 1790; also Viscount Grimston and Earl of Verulam in the United Kingdom from 1815; also Lord Forrester of Corstorphine in Scotland from 1808
Baron Dunmore 1619 Preston extinct 1628 subsidiary title of the Earl of Desmond, also Lord Dingwall in Scotland, which title is still extant
Baron Offaly 1620 Fitzgerald extant also Earl of Kildare from 1658, Marquess of Kildare from 1761 and Duke of Leinster from 1766, Baron Kildare in the United Kingdom from 1870
Baron Caulfeild 1620 Caulfeild extant also Viscount Charlemont in Ireland from 1665; also Earl of Charlemont in Ireland from 1763 to 1892; also Baron Charlemont in the United Kingdom from 1837 to 1892
Baron Digby 1620 Digby extant also Baron Digby in Great Britain from 1765; also Viscount Coleshill and Earl Digby in Great Britain from 1790 to 1856
Baron FitzWilliam 1620 FitzWilliam, Wentworth-FitzWilliam extinct 1979 also Viscount Milton and Earl FitzWilliam from 1716, also Baron FitzWilliam of Milton in Great Britain from 1742, also Viscount Milton and Earl FitzWilliam in Great Britain from 1746
Baron Folliott 1620 Folliott extinct 1716
Baron Gorges of Dundalk 1620 Gorges extinct 1712
Baron Hervey 1620 Hervey extinct 1642 also Baron Hervey in England from 1628
Baron Maynard 1620 Maynard extinct 1775 also Viscount Maynard from 1766 (a title which became extinct in 1865), also Baron Maynard in England from 1628 to 1775
Baron Aungier 1621 Aungier extinct 1706 also Viscount Aungier from 1665 and Earl of Longford from 1677
Baron Blayney 1621 Blayney extinct 1874
Baron Boyle of Broghill 1621 Boyle extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Orrery; also Baron Boyle of Marston in Great Britain from 1711; also Baron Boyle of Youghal, Baron Bandon Bridge, Viscount Boyle of Kinalmeaky, Viscount Dungarvan and Earl of Cork in Ireland from 1753
Baron Castle Stewart 1621 Stewart, Stuart, Stuart-Richardson extant dormant from 1685 to 1774; also Viscount Castle Stewart from 1793 and Earl Castle Stewart from 1800
Baron Dockwra 1621 Dockwra extinct 1647
Baron Vaughan of Mullengar 1621 Vaughan extinct 1713 subsidiary title of the Earl of Carbery, also Baron Vaughan of Emlyn in England from 1643
Baron Esmonde 1622 Esmonde extinct 1646
Baron Feilding 1622 Feilding extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Desmond; also Earl of Denbigh in England from 1675
Baron Glean-O'Mallun 1622 O'Mallun extinct after 1622
Baron Baltimore 1624 Calvert extinct 1771
Baron Brereton 1624 Brereton extinct 1722
Baron Herbert of Castle Island 1624 Herbert extinct 1791 also Baron Herbert of Chirbury in England from 1629
Baron Chichester of Belfast 1625 Chichester extant subsidiary title of the Viscount Chichester of Carrickfergus, also Earl of Donegall from 1647, Baron Fisherwick in Great Britain from 1790 and Marquess of Donegall in Ireland from 1791
Baron Coleraine 1625 Hare extinct 1749
Baron Bantry 1627 Roper extinct 1672 subsidiary title of the Viscount Baltinglass
Baron Saunderson 1627 Saunderson extinct 1723 subsidiary title of the Viscount Castleton, also Baron Saunderson from 1714, Viscount CarletonEarl of Castleton from 1720, the latter three titles which were all in the Peerage of Great Britain from 1716 and
Baron Sherard 1627 Sherard extinct 1931 also Baron Harborough and Earl of Harborough in Great Britain from 1732 to 1859
Baron Ballymote 1628 Taaffe suspended 1919 subsidiary title of the Viscount Taaffe, also Earl of Carlingford from 1661 to 1738
Baron Bandon Bridge 1628 Boyle extant subsidiary title of the Viscount Boyle of Kinalmeaky; also Baron Boyle of Youghal, Viscount Dungarvan and Earl of Cork in Ireland from 1643; also Baron Boyle of Broghill and Earl of OrreryIreland from 1753; also Baron Boyle of Marston in Peerage of Great Britain from 1753 in
Baron Chaworth 1628 Chaworth extinct 1693 subsidiary title of the Viscount Chaworth
Baron Dromore 1628 Scudamore extinct 1716 subsidiary title of the Viscount Scudamore
Baron Jones of Navan 1628 Jones extinct 1885 subsidiary title of the Viscount Ranelagh, also Earl of Ranelagh from 1674 to 1712; Barony and Viscountcy dormant from 1712 to 1759
Baron Maguire 1628 Maguire forfeit 1644
Baron Mountnorris 1628 Annesley extant subsidiary title of the Viscount Valentia, also Baron Annesley and Earl of Anglesey in EnglandEarl of Mountnorris in Ireland from 1793 to 1844, also Baron Altham from 1661 to 1761, also from 1737 to 1844
Baron Pope 1628 Pope extinct 1668 subsidiary title of the Earl of Downe
Baron Wenman 1628 Wenman extinct 1800 subsidiary title of the Viscount Wenman
Baron FitzWilliam of Thorncastle 1629 FitzWilliam extinct 1833 subsidiary title of the Viscount FitzWilliam of Meryon, also Earl of Tyrconnel from 1663 to 1667
Baron Philippstown 1631 O'Dempsey extinct 1691 subsidiary title of the Viscount Clanmalier
Baron Alington 1642 Alington extinct 1723 also Baron Alington in England from 1682
Baron Cullen 1642 Cokayne extinct 1810 subsidiary title of the Viscount Cullen
Baron Tracy 1643 Tracy extinct 1797 subsidiary title of the Viscount Tracy
Baron Bard of Dromboy 1645 Bard extinct 1656 subsidiary title of the Viscount Bellomont
Baron Brouncker 1645 Brouncker extinct 1688 subsidiary title of the Viscount Brouncker
Baron Hawley 1646 Hawley extinct 1790
Baron Turvey 1646 Barnewall extinct 1834 subsidiary title of the Viscount Barnewall
Baron O'Brien 1754 O'Brien extinct 1855 subsidiary title of the Earl of Inchiquin, also Baron Inchiquin (which title is still extant), also Marquess of Thomond from 1800, also Baron Thomond from 1801 to 1808 and Baron TadcasterUnited Kingdom from 1826 to 1846 in the
Baron Boyle 1660 Boyle extinct 1699 subsidiary title of the Viscount Shannon
Baron Coote of Coloony 1660 Coote extinct 1800 created Earl of Bellomont in 1689 (extinct 1766) and Earl of Bellamont in 1767 (extinct 1800).
Baron Kingston 1660 King extinct 1761
Baron Loughneagh 1660 Clotworthy, Skeffington extant subsidiary title of the Viscount Massereene, also Earl of Massereene in Ireland from 1756 to 1816, also Viscount Ferrard and Baron Oriel in Ireland and Baron Oriel in the United Kingdom from 1843
Baron Barry of Santry 1661 Barry extinct 1751
Baron Palmer 1661 Palmer extinct 1705 subsidiary title of the Earl of Castlemaine
Baron Butler of Cloughrenan 1662 Butler extinct 1686 subsidiary title of the Earl of Arran, also Baron Butler of Weston in Ireland from 1673
Baron Moyarta 1662 O'Brien forfeit 1691 subsidiary title of the Viscount Clare
Baron Trevor 1662 Trevor extinct 1706 subsidiary title of the Viscount Dungannon
Baron Berkeley of Rathdowne 1663 Berkeley extinct 1712 subsidiary title of the Viscount Fitzhardinge, also Baron Botetourt of Langport and Earl of Falmouth in England from 1664 to 1665
Baron Boyle 1673 Boyle extinct 1732 subsidiary title of the Viscount Blessington
Baron Butler of Weston 1673 Butler extinct 1686 subsidiary title of the Earl of Arran (1662 creation)
Baron Clanehugh 1675 Forbes extant subsidiary title of the Viscount Granard, also Earl of Granard from 1684 and Baron Granard in the United Kingdom from 1806
Baron Cloney 1675 Ducie extinct 1679 subsidiary title of the Viscount Downe
Baron Aghrim 1676 Butler extinct 1677 subsidiary title of the Earl of Gowran
Baron Altham 1681 Annesley extinct 1844 also Earl of Anglesey in England from 1737 to 1761; created Earl of Mountnorris (1793) in Ireland
Baron Oxmantown 1681 Parsons extinct 1764 subsidiary title of the Viscount Rosse, also Earl of Rosse from 1718
Baron Stewart of Ramalton 1683 Stewart extinct 1769 subsidiary title of the Viscount Mountjoy, also Earl of Blessington from 1745
Baron Rathfarnham 1685 Loftus extinct 1691 subsidiary title of the Viscount Loftus
Baron Talbotstown 1685 Talbot forfeit 1691 subsidiary title of the Duke of Tyrconnel
Baron Bellew of Duleek 1686 Bellew extinct 1770
Baron Tyaquin 1687 Bourke extinct 1691 subsidiary title of the Viscount Galway
Baron Shelburne 1688 Petty extinct 1696
Baroness Shelburne 1688 Petty extinct 1708
Baron Jamestown 1689 Hewett extinct 1689 subsidiary title of the Viscount Hewett
Baron Cutts of Gowran 1690 Cutts extinct 1707
Baron Tara 1691 Schomberg extinct 1719 subsidiary title of the Duke of Leinster, also Baron Teyes, Earl of Brentford and Duke of Schomberg in England from 1693
Baron Aghrim 1692 de Ginkell extinct 1844 subsidiary title of the Earl of Athlone
Baron Coningsby 1692 Coningsby extinct 1761 also Baron Coningsby in Great Britain from 1715 to 1729, also Earl Coningsby in Great BritainBaron Coningsby of Hampton Court and Viscount Coningsby in Great Britain from 1719, also from 1729
Baron Cloughrenan 1693 Butler extinct 1758 subsidiary title of the Earl of Arran, also Baron Butler, Viscount Thurles, Earl of Ossory, Earl of Ormonde, Marquess of Ormonde and Duke of Ormonde from 1745
Baron Fethard 1695 Vaughan extant subsidiary title of the Viscount Lisburne; created Earl of Lisburne in Ireland in 1776
Baron Shelburne 1699 Petty extinct 1751 subsidiary title of the Earl of Shelburn

1701-1800

Baron Glenawley 1701 Howe extinct 1814 subsidiary title of the Viscount Howe, also Viscount Howe in Great Britain from 1782 to 1799, also Baron Howe and Earl Howe in Great Britain from 1788 to 1799; the title of Baron Howe is still extant and is now a subsidiary title of the Earl Howe (created in Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1821)
Baron Mountcastle 1701 Hamilton extant subsidiary title of the Viscount Strabane, also Earl of Abercorn in Scotland, Viscount Hamilton in Great Britain from 1786, Marquess of Abercorn in Great Britain from 1790, Marquess of Hamilton in the United Kingdom and Duke of Abercorn in Ireland from 1868
Baron Pierrepont 1702 Pierrepont extinct 1715 also Baron Pierrepont in Great Britain from 1714
Baron Kilmayden 1703 St Leger extinct 1767 subsidiary title of the Viscount Doneraile
Baron Verney 1703 Verney extinct 1791 subsidiary title of the Viscount Fermanagh, also Earl Verney from 1742
Baron Mount Cashell 1706 Davys extinct 1736 subsidiary title of the Viscount Mount Cashell
Baron Tyrawley 1706 O'Hara extinct 1773 also Baron Kilmaine in Ireland from 1724
Baron Wandesford 1706 Wandesford extinct 1784 subsidiary title of the Viscount Castlecomer, also Earl Wandesford in Great Britain from 1758
Baron Conway of Killultagh 1713 Seymour-Conway extant subsidiary title of the Marquess of Headfort
Baron Brodrick 1715 Brodrick extant subsidiary title of the Viscount Midleton; also Baron Brodrick in the Great Britain from 1796; also Viscount Dunsford and Earl of Midleton in the United Kingdom from 1920 to 1979
Baron Carbery 1715 Evans, Evans-Freke extant
Baron Ferrard of Beaulieu 1715 Tichborne extinct 1731
Baron Gowran 1715 Fitzpatrick extinct 1818 also Earl of Upper Ossory from 1751, also Baron Upper Ossory in Great Britain from 1794
Baron Hamilton of Stackallan 1715 Hamilton extant subsidiary title of the Viscount Boyne; also Baron Brancepeth in the United Kingdom from 1866
Baron Moore of Tullamoore 1715 Moore extinct 1764 also Earl of Charleville from 1758
Baron Newtown-Butler 1715 Butler extinct 1998 also Viscount Lanesborough from 1728 and Earl of Lanesborough from 1756
Baron Perceval 1715 Perceval extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Egmont; also Baron Lovel and Holland in Peerage of Great BritainBaron Arden in the Peerage of the United Kingdom from 1841 from 1762; also
Baron Ranelagh 1715 Cole extinct 1754
Baron Saint George 1715 Saint-George extinct 1735
Baron Trim 1715 Wharton extinct 1728 subsidiary title of the Marquess of Catherlough, also Baron Wharton in England (which title is still extant), also Viscount Winchendon and Earl of Wharton in England, also Earl of Rathfarnham from 1715, also Marquess of Wharton and Marquess of Malmesbury in Great Britain from 1715, also Duke of Wharton in Great Britain from 1718
Baroness Dundalk 1716 von der Schulenburg extinct 1743 subsidiary title of the Duchess of Munster, also Duchess of Kendal in Great Britain from 1719
Baron Newborough 1716 Cholmondeley Extant Subsidiary title of the Marquess of Cholmondeley
Baron Philipstown 1716 Molesworth Extant Subsidiary title of the Viscount Molesworth
Baron Allen 1717 Allen extinct 1845 subsidiary title of the Viscount Allen
Baron Rathdown 1717 Chetwynd extant subsidiary title of the Viscount Chetwynd
Baron Southwell 1717 Southwell extant also Viscount Southwell from 1776
Baron Hill of Kilwarlin 1717 Hill extant subsidiary title of the Viscount Hillsborough, also Earl of Hillsborough from 1751, Baron HarwichGreat Britain from 1756, Earl of Hillsborough in Great Britain from 1772 and Marquess of Downshire in Ireland from 1789 in
Baron Aylmer 1718 Aylmer, Whitworth-Aylmer extant
Baron Charleville 1718 Brownlow extinct 1754 subsidiary title of the Viscount Tyrconnel
Baron Loughuyre 1718 Fane extinct 1766 subsidiary title of the Viscount Fane
Baron Newtown 1718 Child, Tylney extinct 1784 subsidiary title of the Earl Tylney of Castlemaine
Baron Carpenter 1719 Carpenter extinct 1853 also Viscount Carlingford and Earl of Tyrconnel from 1751
Baron Claneboye 1719 Hamilton extinct 1798 subsidiary title of the Viscount Limerick, also Earl of Clanbrassil from 1756
Baron Londonderry 1719 Pitt extinct 1765 subsidiary title of the Earl of Londonderry
Baron Barrington 1720 Barrington extinct 1990 subsidiary title of the Viscount Barrington, also Baron Shute in the United Kingdom from 1880
Baron Beresford 1720 Beresford extant subsidiary title of the Viscount Tyrone, also Earl of Tyrone from 1746, Baron Tyrone in Great Britain from 1786, and Marquess of Waterford in Ireland from 1789
Baron Gage 1720 Gage extant subsidiary title of the Viscount Gage; also Baron Gage in Great Britain from 1780 to 1791; also Baron Gage in Great Britain from 1790
Baron Edenderry 1720 Blundell extinct 1756 subsidiary title of the Viscount Blundell
Baron Vane of Dungannon 1720 Vane extinct 1789 subsidiary title of the Viscount Vane
Baron Bessborough 1721 Ponsonby extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Bessborough; also Baron Ponsonby of Sysonby in Great Britain from 1749; also Baron Duncannon in the United Kingdom from 1844; also Earl of Bessborough in the United Kingdom from 1937 to 1993
Baron Clifton 1721 Bligh extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Darnley; also Baron Clifton in England from 1728 to 1900 and from 1937
Baron Darcy of Navan 1721 Darcy extinct 1733
Baron Whitworth 1721 Whitworth extinct 1725
Baron Kilmaine 1722 O'Hara extinct 1722 also Baron Tyrawley in Ireland from 1724
Baron Temple of Mount Temple 1723 Temple extinct 1865 subsidiary title of the Viscount Palmerston
Baron Micklethwaite 1724 Micklethwaite extinct 1734 first Baron created Viscount Micklethwaite in 1727
Baron Culmore 1725 Bateman extinct 1802 subsidiary title of the Viscount Bateman
Baron Killard 1727 Monckton, Monckton-Arundell extant subsidiary title of the Viscount Galway; also Baron Monckton of Serlby in the United Kingdom from 1887 to 1971
Baron Wyndham 1731 Wyndham extinct 1745
Baron Castle Durrow 1733 Flower extant created Viscount Ashbrook in Ireland in 1751
Baron Catherlough 1733 Fane extinct 1762 also Baron Burghersh, Baron Le Despencer and Earl of Westmorland in England from 1736 to 1762
Baron Desart 1733 Cuffe extinct 1934 also Viscount Desart from 1781, also Viscount Castlecuffe and Earl of Desart from 1793, also Baron Desart in the United Kingdom from 1909
Baron Sundon 1735 Clayton extinct 1752
Baron Belfield 1738 Rochfort extinct 1814 subsidiary title of the Earl of Belvidere
Baron Montfort of Horseheath 1741 Bromley extinct 1851
Baron Newport 1743 Jocelyn extant subsidiary title of the Viscount Jocelyn; also Earl of Roden from 1771; also Baron Clanbrassil in the United Kingdom from 1821 from 1897
Baron Wingfield 1743 Wingfield extant subsidiary title of the Viscount Powerscourt, also Baron Powerscourt in the United Kingdom from 1885
Baron Fortescue of Credan 1746 Fortescue-Aland extinct 1781
Baron Luxborough 1746 Knight extinct 1772 subsidiary title of the Earl of Catherlough
Baron Mornington 1746 Wesley, Wellesley extant also Earl of Mornington from 1760, Marquess Wellesley from 1799 to 1842 and Duke of Wellington in the United Kingdom from 1863
Baron Kingsborough 1748 King extinct 1755
Baron Knapton 1750 Vesey extant created Viscount de Vesci in 1776, also Baron de Vesci in the United Kingdom from 1884 to 1903
Baron Malton 1750 Watson-Wentworth extinct 1782 subsidiary title of the Earl Malton (created September 1750), also Baron Rockingham in EnglandBaron Wath, Baron Malton, Baron Rockingham, Viscount Higham, Earl of Malton and Marquess of Rockingham in Great Britain from December 1750 from December 1750), also
Baron Rawdon 1750 Rawdon extinct 1868 subsidiary title of the Earl of Moira, also Baron Rawdon in Great Britain from 1783, also Baron Botreaux, Baron Hungerford and Baron de Moleyns in England from 1808, also Viscount Loudoun, Earl Rawdon and Marquess of Hastings in the United Kingdom from 1816, also Lord Tarrinzean and Mauchline, Lord Campbell of Loudoun and Earl of Loudoun in Scotland from 1840 (which titles are still extant - see the Earl of Loudoun), also Baron Grey de Ruthyn in England from 1858
Baron Dunkeron 1751 Petty-Fitzmaurice extant subsidiary title of the Viscount Fitzmaurice, also Earl of Shelburne from 1753; Baron Wycombe of Chipping Wycombe from 1760 and Marquess of Lansdowne from 1784 in Great Britain
Baron Loftus 1751 Loftus, Hume-Loftus extinct 1783 also Viscount Loftus from 1756, also Earl of Ely from 1766 to 1769 and from 1771 to 1783
Baron Carysfort 1752 Proby extinct 1909 also Earl of Carysfort from 1789, also Baron Carysfort in the United Kingdom from 1801
Baron Conyngham 1753 Conyngham extant also Viscount Conyngham from 1756 to 1781, Earl Conyngham from 1780 to 1781, Viscount Conyngham from 1789, Earl Conyngham from 1797, Marquess Conyngham from 1816, Baron Minster in the United Kingdom from 1821
Baron Milton 1753 Damer extinct 1808 also Baron Milton in Great Britain from 1763, also Viscount Milton and Earl of Dorchester in Great Britain from 1792
Baron Pollington 1753 Savile extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Mexborough
Baron Ludlow 1755 Ludlow extinct 1842 subsidiary title of the Earl Ludlow, also Baron Ludlow in the United Kingdom from 1831
Baron Blakeney 1756 Blakeney extinct 1756
Baron Farnham 1756 Maxwell extant also Viscount Farnham from 1760 to 1779 and from 1781 to 1823 and Earl of Farnham from 1763 to 1779 and from 1785 to 1823
Baron Longford 1756 Pakenham extant also Earl of Longford in Ireland from 1794, also Baron Silchester in the United Kingdom from 1821, also Baron Pakenham from 1961, also Baron Pakenham of Cowley (life peerage) from 1999 to 2001
Baron Mountmorres 1756 Morres, de Montmorency extinct 1951 subsidiary title of the Viscount Mountmorres
Baron Castle Martyr 1756 Boyle extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Shannon, also Baron Carleton in Great Britain from 1786
Baron Ibrackan 1756 Wyndham-O'Brien extinct 1774 subsidiary title of the Earl of Thomond
Baron Russborough 1756 Leeson extinct 1891 subsidiary title of the Earl of Milltown
Baron Bowes 1758 Bowes extinct 1767
Baron Brandon 1758 Crosbie extinct 1832 also Viscount Crosbie from 1771 to 1815 and Earl of Glandore from 1776 to 1815
Baron Saunders 1758 Gore extant subsidiary title of the Viscount Sudley, also Earl of Arran from 1762 and Baron Sudley in the United Kingdom from 1884
Baron Lisle of Mountnorth 1758 Lysaght extant
Baron Courtown 1758 Stopford extant also Earl of Courtown from 1762 and Baron Saltersford in Great Britain from 1796
Baron Annesley of Castlewellan 1758 Annesley extant also Viscount Glerawly from 1766 and Earl Annesley from 1789
Baron Lisle of Mountnorth 1758 Lysaght extant
Baron Mount Eagle of Westport 1760 Browne extant also Viscount Westport from 1768, Earl of Altamont from 1771 and Marquess of Sligo from 1800, Baron Monteagle in the United Kingdom from 1806
Baron Headfort 1760 Taylour extant also Viscount Headfort from 1762, Earl of Bective from 1766 and Marquess of Headfort from 1800, Baron Kenlis in the United Kingdom from 1831
Baron Holmes 1760 Holmes extinct 1764
Baron Mountflorence 1760 Cole extant also Viscount Enniskillen from 1776, Earl of Enniskillen from 1789 and Baron Grinstead in the United Kingdom from 1815
Baron Winterton 1761 Turnour extant subsidiary title of the Earl Winterton; also Baron Turnour in the United Kingdom from 1952 to 1962
Baron Clive of Plassey 1762 Clive extant also Baron Clive of Walcot in Great Britain from 1794 and Earl of Powis in the United Kingdom from 1804
Baron Coleraine 1762 Hanger extinct 1824
Baron Orwell 1762 Vernon extinct 1823 subsidiary title of the Earl of Shipbrooke
Baron Waltham 1762 Olmius extinct 1787
Baron Baltinglass 1763 Stratford extinct 1875 created Viscount Aldborough (1776) and Earl of Aldborough (1777) in Ireland
Baron Saint George 1763 Saint-George extinct 1775
Baron Gore 1764 Gore extinct 1802 subsidiary title of the Earl of Ross
Baron Kilworth 1764 Moore extinct 1915 subsidiary title of the Viscount Mount Cashell, also Earl of Mount Cashell from 1781
Baron Kingston 1764 King, King-Tenison extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Kingston; also Baron Kingston in the United Kingdom from 1821 to 1869; also Baron Erris and Viscount Lorton in the Ireland from 1869
Baron Hill 1765 Hill-Trevor extinct 1862 subsidiary title of the Viscount Dungannon
Baron Annaly 1766 Gore extinct 1784
Baron Ardelve 1766 Mackenzie extinct 1781 subsidiary title of the Earl of Seaforth
Baron Doneraile 1766 St Leger extant created Viscount Doneraile in Ireland in 1785
Baron Gillford 1766 Meade extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Clanwilliam; also Baron Clanwilliam in the United Kingdom from 1828
Baron Pigot 1766 Pigot extinct 1777
Baron Mulgrave 1767 Phipps extant also Baron Mulgrave in the United Kingdom from 1790 to 1792; also Baron Mulgrave in the United Kingdom from 1794, Viscount Normanby and Earl of Mulgrave in the United Kingdom from 1812; also Marquess of Normanby in the United Kingdom from 1838
Baron Nugent 1767 Nugent extinct 1788 subsidiary title of the Earl Nugent (extinct 1889), the latter title which merged with the title of Marquess of Buckingham in 1788, also Duke of Buckingham and Chandos from 1822
Baron Erne 1768 Creighton, Crichton extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Erne; also Baron Fermanagh in the United Kingdom from 1876
Baron Eyre 1768 Eyre extinct 1781
Baron Irnham 1768 Luttrell extinct 1829 subsidiary title of the Earl of Carhampton
Baron Lifford 1768 Hewitt extant also Viscount Lifford from 1781
Baron Sydney 1768 Cosby extinct 1774
Baron Arden 1770 Perceval extant also Baron Arden in the United Kingdom from 1802; also Earl of Egmont from 1841
Baron Bangor 1770 Ward extant subsidiary title of the Viscount Bangor
Baron Clermont 1770 Fortescue extinct 1806 also Baron Clermont and Viscount Clermont in Ireland from 1776 and Earl of Clermont in Ireland from 1777
Baron Dartrey 1770 Dawson extinct 1813 subsidiary title of the Viscount Cremorne, also Baron Cremorne from 1797
Baron Dawson 1770 Dawson, Dawson-Damer extant subsidiary title of the Viscount Carlow; created Earl of Portarlington in Ireland in 1785
Baron Melbourne 1770 Lamb extinct 1853 subsidiary title of the Viscount Melbourne, also Baron Melbourne in the United Kingdom from 1815, also Baron Beauvale in the United Kingdom from 1848
Baron Clermont 1776 Fortescue extinct 1829 subsidiary title of the Earl of Clermont
Baron Clifden 1776 Agar, Agar-Ellis extinct 1974 also Viscount Clifden from 1781, also Baron Mendip in Great Britain from 1802 and Baron DoverUnited Kingdom from 1836 in the
Baron Clonmore 1776 Howard, Forward-Howard extinct 1978 subsidiary title of the Viscount Wicklow, also Countess of Wicklow from 1793
Baron de Montalt 1776 Maude extinct 1777
Baron Gosford 1776 Acheson extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Gosford; also Baron Worlingham in the United Kingdom from 1835; also Baron Acheson in the United Kingdom from 1849
Baron Kensington 1776 Edwardes extant also Baron Kensington in the United Kingdom from 1886
Baron Lucan 1776 Bingham extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Lucan; also Baron Bingham in the United Kingdom from 1934
Baron Macartney 1776 Macartney extinct 1806 subsidiary title of the Earl Macartney, also Baron Macartney in Great Britain from 1796
Baron Macdonald of Slate 1776 Macdonald extant
Baron Massy 1776 Massy extant
Baron Milford 1776 Philipps extinct 1823
Baron Naas 1776 Bourke extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Mayo
Baron Newborough 1776 Wynn extant
Baron Newhaven 1776 Mayne extinct 1794
Baron Ongley 1776 Henley-Ongley extinct 1877
Baron Shuldham 1776 Shuldham extinct 1798
Baron Templetown 1776 Upton extinct 1981 also Viscount Templetown from 1806
Baron Westcote 1776 Lyttelton extant also Baron Lyttelton of Frankley in Great Britain from 1794; also Baron Cobham and Viscount Cobham in Great Britain from 1889
Baron Rokeby 1777 Robinson extinct 1883
Baron Sheffield 1780 Baker-Holroyd extinct 1909 subsidiary title of the Earl of Sheffield, also Baron Sheffield in the United Kingdom from 1802, also Baron Sheffield in Ireland from 1783, a title which is still extant and since 1909 merged with the titles of Baron Stanley of Alderley and Baron Eddisbury in the United Kingdom
Baron Belmore 1781 Lowry-Corry extant subsidiary title of the Earl Belmore
Baron Muskerry 1781 Deane extant
Baron Tracton 1781 Dennis extinct 1782
Baron Welles 1781 Knox extant also Viscount Northland from 1791 and Earl of Ranfurly from 1831; also Baron Ranfurly in the United Kingdom from 1826
Baron Hood 1782 Hood extant also Viscount Hood in Great Britain from 1796; also Baron Hood in Great Britain from 1816
Baron Delaval 1783 Delaval extinct 1808 also Baron Delaval in Great Britain from 1786
Baron Donoughmore 1783 Hely-Hutchinson extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Donoughmore; also Viscount Hutchinson since 1821 and Baron Hutchinson in the United Kingdom from 1825 to 1832
Baron Harberton 1783 Pomeroy extant also Viscount Harberton from 1791
Baron Leitrim 1783 Clements extinct 9 June 1952 also Viscount Leitrim from 1793 and Earl of Leitrim from 1795, also Baron Clements in the United Kingdom from 1831
Baron Llandaff 1783 Mathew extinct 1833 subsidiary title of the Earl of Llandaff
Baron Penrhyn 1783 Pennant extinct 1808
Baron Sheffield of Roscommon 1783 Baker-Holroyd, Holroyd, Stanley extant also Baron Sheffield in Peerage of Ireland until 1909; also Baron Sheffield in the United KingdomViscount Pevensey and Earl of Sheffield in the United Kingdom from 1816 to 1909; also Baron Stanley of Alderley and Baron Eddisbury in the United Kingdom from 1909 from 1802 to 1909; also
Baron Muncaster 1783 Pennington extinct 1917 also Baron Muncaster in the United Kingdom from 1898
Baron Riversdale 1783 Tonson extinct 1861
Baron Earlsfort 1784 Scott extinct 1935 subsidiary title of the Earl of Clonmell
Baron de Montalt 1785 Maude extant subsidiary title of the Viscount Hawarden; also Earl de Montalt in the United Kingdom from 1886 to 1905
Baron Lismore 1785 O'Callaghan extinct 1898 also Viscount Lismore from 1806, also Baron Lismore in the United Kingdom from 1838
Baron Loftus 1785 Loftus extant also Viscount Loftus from 1789, Earl of Ely from 1794 and Marquess of Ely from 1801, Baron Loftus in the United Kingdom from 1801
Baron Sunderlin 1785 Malone extinct 1816 created Baron Sunderlin also in 1797, which title also became extinct in 1816
Baron Kilmaine 1786 Browne extant
Baron Annaly 1789 Gore extinct 1793
Baron Auckland 1789 Eden extant also Baron Auckland in the Great Britain from 1793, also Baron Eden and Earl of Auckland in the United Kingdom from 1839 to 1849
Baron Carleton of Amner 1789 Carleton extinct 1825 subsidiary title of the Viscount Carleton of Clare
Baron Cloncurry 1789 Lawless extinct 1929 also Baron Cloncurry in the United Kingdom from 1831
Baron Eardley 1789 Eardley extinct 1824
Baron Fitzgibbon 1789 Fitzgibbon extinct 1864 subsidiary title of the Earl of Clare, also Baron Fitzgibbon in Great Britain from 1799
Baron Londonderry 1789 Stewart extant also Viscount Castlereagh from 1795, Earl of Londonderry from 1796 and Marquess of Londonderry from 1816; Baron Stewart of Stewart's Court from 1822 and Earl Vane from 1823 in the United Kingdom
Baron Mountjoy 1789 Gardiner extinct 1829 subsidiary title of the Viscount Mountjoy, also Earl of Blessington from 1816
Baron Caledon 1790 Alexander extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Caledon
Baron Callan 1790 Agar extinct 1815
Baron Clonbrock 1790 Dillon extinct 1926
Baron Glentworth 1790 Pery extant also Earl of Limerick in Ireland from 1803; also Baron Foxford in the United Kingdom from 1815
Baron Oriel 1790 Foster, Skeffington extant also Viscount Ferrard in Ireland from 1797, Baron Oriel in the United Kingdom from 1828 and Viscount Massereene and Baron Loughneagh in Ireland from 1843
Baron St Helens 1791 Fitzherbert extinct 1839 also Baron St Helens in the United Kingdom from 1801
Baroness Fermanagh 1792 Verney extinct 1810
Baron Oxmantown 1792 Parsons extant also Viscount Oxmantown from 1795 to 1807 and Earl of Rosse from 1806
Baron Waterpark 1792 Cavendish extant
Baron Bandon 1793 Bernard extinct 1979 subsidiary title of the Earl of Bandon
Baron O'Neill 1793 O'Neill extinct 1855 subsidiary title of the Viscount O'Neill, also Viscount Raymond and Earl O'Neill from 1800 to 1841
Baron Bridport 1794 Hood extant also Baron Bridport in Great Britain from 1796 to 1814; also Viscount Bridport in Great BritainViscount Bridport in the United Kingdom from 1868 from 1800 to 1814; also
Baron Graves 1794 Graves extant
Baron Avonmore 1795 Yelverton dormant 1910 subsidiary title of the Viscount Avonmore
Baroness Kilwarden 1795 Wolfe extinct 1830 also Baron Kilwarden (created 1798) and Viscount Kilwarden from 1804
Baron Lavington 1795 Payne extinct 1807
Baron Longueville 1795 Longfield extinct 1811 subsidiary title of the Viscount Longueville
Baron Rancliffe 1795 Parkyns extinct 1850
Baron Somerton 1795 Agar extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Normanton; also Baron Somerton in the United Kingdom from 1873 and Baron Mendip in Great Britain from 1974
Baron Carrington 1796 Smith, Carrington, Wynn-Carington, Carington extant also Baron Carrington from 1797 in Great Britain; Earl Carrington from 1895 to 1928, Marquess of Lincolnshire from 1912 to 1928 and Baron Carington of Upton from 1999, in the United Kingdom
Baron Huntingfield 1796 Vanneck extant
Baron Rossmore 1796 Cuninghame, Westenra extant also Baron Rossmore in the United Kingdom from 1838
Baron Bantry 1797 White-Hedges-White extinct 1891 subsidiary title of the Earl of Bantry
Baron Crofton 1797 Crofton extant
Baron Cremorne 1797 Dawson extinct 1933 also Baron Dartrey and Viscount Cremorne (which titles became extinct in 1813), also Baron Dartrey from 1847 and Earl of Dartrey from 1866 in the United Kingdom
Baron Headley 1797 Allanson-Winn extinct 1994
Baron Holmes 1797 Holmes extinct 1804
Baron Hotham 1797 Hotham extant
Baron Keith 1797 Elphinstone, Keith extinct 1867 also Viscount Keith from 1814 to 1823, also Baron Keith in Great Britain from 1801, also Lady Nairne in Scotland from 1837
Baron Kilconnel 1797 Trench extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Clancarty; also Baron Trench and Viscount Clancarty in the United Kingdom from 1815 and 1823 respectively
Baron Monck 1797 Monck extant also Viscount Monck from 1801 and Baron Monck in the United Kingdom from 1866; also Earl of Rathdowne in the Peerage of Ireland from 1822 to 1848
Baron Keith 1797 Elphinstone extinct 1867 also Baron Keith from 1801 and Viscount Keith from 1814 to 1823, in the United Kingdom; Lord Nairne in Scotland from 1824
Baroness Norwood 1797 Toler, Graham-Toler extant also Baron Norbury in Ireland from 1822; also Viscount Glandine and Earl of Norbury in Peerage of Ireland from 1832
Baron Sunderlin 1797 Sunderlin extinct 1816 had been created Baron Sunderlin already in 1785, which title also became extinct in 1816
Baron Tullamore 1797 Bury extinct 1875 subsidiary title of the Earl of Charleville
Baron Tyrawley 1797 Cuffe extinct 1821
Baron Castlerosse 1798 Browne extinct 1952 subsidiary title of the Earl of Kenmare, also Baron Kenmare in the United Kingdom from 1841 to 1853 and from 1856
Baron ffrench 1798 ffrench extant
Baron Kilwarden 1798 Wolfe extinct 1830 subsidiary title of the Viscount Kilwarden, also Baron Kilwarden (created 1795) from 1804
Baron Teignmouth 1798 Shore extinct 1981
Baron Henley 1799 Eden, Henley extant also Baron Northington in the United Kingdom from 1885
Baron Adare 1800 Quin extant created Earl of Dunraven and Mount-Earl (1822) in Ireland; also Baron Kenry in the United Kingdom from 1826 to 1926
Baron Ashtown 1800 Trench extant
Baron Castle Coote 1800 Coote extinct 1827 also Earl of Mountrath from 1800 to 1802
Baron Clanmorris 1800 Bingham extant
Baron Clarina 1800 Massey extinct 1952
Baron de Blaquiere 1800 de Blaquiere extinct 1920
Baron Dufferin and Claneboye 1800 Blackwood, Hamilton-Temple-Blackwood extant created Baron Clandeboye on 22 January 1850, Earl of Dufferin and Viscount Clandeboye on 13 November 1871 and Marquess of Dufferin and Ava and Earl of Ava on 17 November 1888, which titles all became extinct 29 May 1988
Baron Dunalley 1800 Prittie extant
Baron Ennismore 1800 Hare extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Listowel; also Baron Hare in the United Kingdom from 1869
Baron Erris 1800 King, King-Tenison extant subsidiary title of the Viscount Lorton; also Baron Kingston, Viscount Kingston and Earl of Kingston in Ireland from 1869
Baron Frankfort de Montmorency 1800 de Montmorency extinct 1917 subsidiary title of the Viscount Frankfort de Montmorency
Baron Gardner 1800 Gardner dormant 1883 also Baron Gardner in the United Kingdom from 1806
Baron Glenbervie 1800 Douglas extinct 1823
Baron Hartland 1800 Mahon extinct 1845
Baron Henniker 1800 Henniker, Henniker-Major extant also Baron Hartismere in the United Kingdom from 1866
Baron Langford 1800 Rowley, Rowley-Conwy extant
Baron Lecale 1800 FitzGerald extinct 1810
Baron Mount Sandford 1800 Sandford extinct 1846
Baron Newcomen 1800 Gleadowe-Newcomen extinct 1825 first Baron created Viscount Newcomen in 1803
Baron Norbury 1800 Toler, Graham-Toler extant also Baron Norwood in Ireland from 1822; also Viscount Glandine and Earl of Norbury in Ireland from 1831
Baroness Nugent 1800 Nugent-Temple-Grenville, Nugent-Grenville extinct 1850
Baron Radstock 1800 Waldegrave extinct 1953
Baron Tara 1800 Preston extinct 1821
Baron Ventry 1800 Mullins extant
Baron Wallscourt 1800 Blake extinct 1920 Suspended from 1803 to 1806
Baron Whitworth 1800 Whitworth extinct 1825 also Viscount Whitworth from 1813 and Earl Whitworth from 1815 in the United Kingdom

After Act of Union 1801

Baron Rendlesham 1806 Thellusson extant
Baron Kiltarton 1810 Prendergast-Smyth, Vereker extant subsidiary title of the Viscount Gort
Baron Decies 1812 Beresford, Horsley-Beresford extant
Baron Castlemaine 1812 Handcock extant
Baron Howden 1819 Howden extinct 1873 also Baron Howden in the United Kingdom from 1831
Baron Maryborough 1821 Wellesley extinct 1863
Baron Downes 1822 Downes, de Burgh extinct 1863
Baron Bloomfield 1825 Bloomfield extinct 1879 also Baron Bloomfield in the United Kingdom from 1871
Baroness Fitzgerald and Vesey 1826 Fitzgerald extinct 1860 also Baron Fitzgerald in the United Kingdom from 1835 to 1843
Baron O'Grady 1831 O'Grady extinct 1955 subsidiary title of the Viscount Guillamore
Baron Talbot of Malahide 1831 Talbot, Arundell extant also Baron Furnival in the United Kingdom from 1839 to 1849; also Baron Talbot de Malahide in the United Kingdom from 1856 to 1973
Baron Carew 1834 Carew, Conolly-Carew extant also Baron Carew in the United Kingdom from 1838
Baron Oranmore and Browne 1836 Browne extant also Baron Mereworth in the United Kingdom from 1926
Baron Dunsandle and Clanconal 1845 Daly extinct 1911
Baron Bellew 1848 Bellew extant
Baron Clermont 1852 Fortescue, Parkinson-Fortescue extinct 1898 also Baron Clermont in the United Kingdom from 1866 to 1887 and Baron Carlingford in the United Kingdom from 1887
Baron Fermoy 1856 Roche extant
Baron Athlumney 1863 Somerville extinct 1929 also Baron Meredyth in the United Kingdom from 1866
Baron Rathdonnell 1868 McClintock, McClintock-Bunbury extant
Baron Curzon of Kedleston 1898 Curzon extinct 1925 also Earl Curzon of Kedleston from 1911 and Marquess Curzon of Kedleston United Kingdom from 1921.

 

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